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THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  8.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   I IU'l?si>,_ V,   ,ir\i:   i     11105
NUMBER   10
%   Irish Elegance
_>f rn
..** RlfORMlM
%«8& ?     I 'or Spring Wear
Famous Donegal Homespuns' -
.'lull Tweeds us even Fit-Reform lias
never been able to show before—and
genuine Irish Serges.
Vou i.m just imagine what elegant
SllitS tlie l''il-l\i'l',,rui tailors have liLide.
oui ul these beautiful Irish fabrics.
ll" you cau't—the Sllils are here for
ynu I., see ami admire—and buy, We
have your exact ft in all lhe newest
and handsomest patterns,
HB Only one Fit-Reform Wardiobe in this cily— HW
KEID& COMPANY .   . CRANBROOK
ADDITIONAL   LOCALS
Read the advertisement  in this is-
  ;ne ..I ih.- Herald  telling aboui    the
n ;, _  r, .      ,    ,     ,    ,,    ,    ,      loundry anh machine simps of MclCln-
Reid -A Co s. great sale. Read .nl       ^ &- j^J    ^ ^^ aa,
Mis. L. f. Uishop lias ■■•on- to Ma-   m-stclass mechanics and are lit shape
Tin' Canadian Hank ol Commerce
lus put in a machine that is a won-
il.i     With     liu;tiies.      It will   add    np
a column nl figures that would reach
Irom Cranbrook to Moylo by simply I
, turning a crank, ami it Is alway cor-
————o—	
FOOTBALL
Town Tonm, I; 0   I'   II   Shops, I  !
A record i rnwd wiln 'ss, .1 Ihe ■ I   ,,
ii,,,,!, [.l.iMil . n Tuesday evening I.,
Ila ill .»','  It'.ilim       \s   'll '.   lla'M
.. .,  ,1. sa   il,,-   rivalry Is ,,,■< Inn
l.a.'iu'i a,,,I every oltorl Is belnjr, nadc |
•lu ,,'i„r,' ,!,.' rovcled trophies.     The
,'!'..„„ i,,.,s wore ravorfles heforc the
I in.,iel, anl ih,"- rllsplayrd heller !'„■',. |
„ tin- |.la,   tail W'rljrht was invin i '
al,- Iii lhe Shops ,;.,..! ,,„.l slopped Ihe
usilad ■ ..l slmu iuiii.nl against l.im
Rotlt goals  were srornl  ,',,.,„  penal-
; lies, otherwise    !!„■ „„,...' was    'al, '
clean.
Tlia leanis lined up ns followsi
1   Town   Toniii-tlo.ll, M    miens I
S   Baldwin,   Edniiinilson;  hall hneits
I Lewis,   Worlldge,   fnptain II   Hold
| »i,.; forwards,    tyrguson,  Uial,',   He
. l„„,'i,  O'Neill, Tnrnliull.
i   i'.   1'.    li    Shops-tloal,   Wrlglu;
i backs, S.,,,,11. Hliehi'll: hall line*.
.Shnnkland, Long (Iraves; lurwaiils,
Caldwell, Brooks, Thompson, Al,!,...,.
Se, ilia.
NOTES  I1F  TIIK  G 4MK.
ll,. 1, teams played jionil combination
..n.l ih, i'i'f.,ri' pitsrnted an Interns,ina
■iii,,.' io lhe spfotators.
With ,i liitle more practire '.ha
Shops will hold anv nf Ihem.
■lohnny Ferguson at outside right
s as good as any in lhe htis;n ss.
The work put up by Captain Shank-
land i..r ilie Shops and Ed Turnbull
iii.l Fiaii', Lewis for ih,- Town was
iJI|.i,'U,',l
Tha Fire Rrigade and l'. I' It. Offi-
ees w'11 clash nexl Tuesday evening.
Spectator.
C P. R. STATION DISASTER
ilu all kinds ol work in their line
■ville. to   join   hei   husband,   Di
Bisll0P; |    The Kernie  football   team  gave  the
ft. 11. T. Qahn, barrister ami su- cranbrook team a had defeat lasl
lienor, of ChUUwack, lias taken the|Wei;k *riie scol.„ WaS geven l0
position as assistant to W. V. 'Ju.,1. auihin-_. The field was a mass ol
Thure will he a meeting at the Pap-: mud and slime and although the Cran-
tist church Sunday afternoon at -1 15 brook hoys could not keep their feet
at which Rev. Patterson will speak, on the slippery stuff it seemed as il
A cordial Invitation is extended    t«>  the Pernio hoys had no trouble.
the public.
Ifyou'are thinking ol putting in
Waterworks,a sink, bath, lavatory or
closet it will pay you to call and se.
our display of plumbing fixtures and
net prices,
Patmore Bros.
The Ladies Aid uf the Methodist
Church will receive tenders lot painting and decorating tin.1 church, and a
meeting will he held at the church
Friday evening, June 2, ioi this impose.
M. Mclnnls came down from Calga
ry this week to receive the benelits of
ll.e Cranbrook climate and at the
same linil' look aftei some business
Mr. Melnnla has heen quite sick Ioi
some nine but is m>w improving
11 Cameron, ol Moyie, -aos in lown
this week looking afti i ilu- shipment
ol a bunch ut milk cows he purchased
Irom U Louusburj .Mi Cameron is
getting in shape t.> opi rate ow of the
largest dan les In the Kooti na) h
tin' Pi.'st Studio have )um lusull
ed ,i large lamp bo ih.it In the Iu i
the) will l,e able lo take ui print i u
lures .ii  night, on a cloud)  dny, >•■
.no   nl,I   Hint'     ll   is tht-  .mli    ll ,    111
ttritUh t'oliimhln    It   U  luuuy   bow
('UUhlool.   leads   at   all   llllil'h
s   .1 Mighion    ha*-   purehti i I  Hi
building i.n     Uuisiroug avi u ie »ei u
,,,,! in Oi,' prospci 'oi   olllce.     Ml
Mlgblon m."I.- ih*' deal aa an invi
Hi,'hi.  ,r.  In'   bollgtll   I'   al   a   Vll)   Ua
Boiiable   I'M..-   and will make uiunu)
on il..- |.f..|.ositi...
net shoes al ball
ll    )UU   Wlllll
price, slior*   that   "'" *«■'■'  '"hl  ul
lute pal
lhu
at
,,,   ;,,      SfOll)  '    di  \i
met, .,i.i hun.1.   li.'   la-
1 *.i
im
[it     111     Ol,'     "''"'i'l
1   H.i.l    .i    i     I
vvntei   powei    I
i.-ii
ih
Krii oton
W i i.s . .!•> i
vice pn" i li i'1 H
iu|H>riiihml.iil    i
in.i't ry,    ■>   i
ili.ini.,   and s,ip.-iiii
made nli uluelul  trip ovei   tlie L'r.»w
tin- week
i: i. KlJdoni has gun.' to Mon*
jaw whore be has purchased a large
hardware business, lbe Herald regrets ihe departure of Mr. Slddons
and Family Iiom Cranbrook, but tan
congratulate Mooscjaw on the acquisition ol such worthy people as cltl*
u us,
l'i '.■ A. Klwi'll will move the first
of t... .t'k Into the rooms now occupied by the Imperial bank. The
bank will be moved Saturday into
iia new quarters in. the former postollice building. Arnold A Holierts will
move into the rooms now occupied
by Beale A Elwell.
Messrs. Mighion A Kelsall, tho enterprising tobacco merchants, have
gotten up a scheme to give some one
a free ride to Portland and return
this fall. The scheme is a simple cue.
Coupons go with every purchase at
Hi-eir store and the one who holds the
lucky coupon at the end of the contest gets the ticket'. You can read
the full particulars in this issue of
tht Herald.
A. J. Harris, ol Whitewater, in the
Slocan, has been visiting his properties up tlie St. Marys lhe past -veek.
He is very much disappointed that
there has been nothing done In tbe
way of building a road up the valley and said he would not come laek
until he could gel supplies into his
propert].
ii. E, Haywood, who has been accountant at the North Star mill, left
today for Mansville, Saskatchewan,
where he will engage in the general
merchandise business with V, C.
Lung, formerly with C, l*-. Hud a
Co. Wallet McKay, ol Uian.lun, takes
Mr, Haywood s place at the milt.
On Sunday, .tune lib Rev. P. ft
Pallets.m, oi Calgary, will preach
morn.qg and e\enmg in ihe Baptist
jiuirii Ile will also lectutc th.- Mon
da) evening following .u 8 IS o'clock,
lhe subjeel ol im1 lei lure bi in..: Sell
Made Cripples." Ail ,iiv cordially In-
4 ii, ,1 io at i. nd these sen lees.
Tlie IV. C. I' U. will hold a moth
,i _ meeting, l hutwla) afternoon,
June Mb. at lorn o'clock, in the hall
ovei Pa Un on Bros slore Vn titter-
, sting program will be given ineliid
ing a paper on ' lln,-din,     lulluwed
nj   a dlscusioii    All   w en  inlerest
rd in home lite aud ehil I li nil
eoidinll)   Im id 'i  to  be pieseiil,    I'he
n ill    . lose pioinptl)   .ii   live
Di   t   u   i.i,,,. k.[i this .in,-  i,
foi Slillwatt i    Minn , when  he   "Hi
tie   mull-.!   in   l : i.i;'.    to    Ml--,   StD
pli -, ,l,.',.l,i,i ii di and Mi i i u-
St miles   on    the HHh ol  the month
lhe bride and  - in  will  n inn.  lo
Cranhrook   - ■ lime in Jul)      Cn
Honda) eu'iiin \U us Bralo nnd
i tut" i' on .;,t', ,, iliniu i ui l,uit'.i i.i
,1." ,lu tor, and lasi evening his pail
nu. in   King, did the so i e
L j members ol 'hr Melhodlm
church will ghe a larcwcll reception
to Ri i Thompson al the church in \
Mon ia1* evening Ai rongemi nta havi
ii.-. n made lo give the pas toi ami hi
wn,' ilns reception so that all ma)
ha\e the opportunity to meet them
and say good bye. Rev. Thompson
and family will leave for then new
home in Victoria nexl Tuesday.
The big musical comedy, "The Hot
test Coon In Dixie," comes to the
Cranbrook opera house for a two
night engagement beginning Friday
June Hth. The company is a 'urge
one ol over thirty people, travel in
their own private cars and carry a
special band and orchestra- The performance given is bright, clean and
up to date, the singers have talent,
the comedians are funny and the chorus handsome, well trained and splendidly costumed. A remarkable feature with the attraction i.s .1. K.
Marshall, a vocalist who has control
of two separate and distinct ,'oices
and can change them at will. Jones
and Raymond do a musical turn never equalled in this territory and 'Jrun
dy and Wcatherby, as comedy singers
and dancers would he a feature everywhere. The company give astreet pa
rade every day at mjou.
vol   HAVE A GUESS.
The Co-operative Stores are giving
away a big, fine trunk ibis week.
You may he the one lo get it.'See
them for particulars and then make a
guess.
A Sign'ficant
Trade   Hark.
TRADE
MARK
lii.lelil.ly branded on the -..'.- ..I
all "LBCM8 minis" li .lands
,,,, "better fooiweai foi lhe .„„„>
money."   Ilo t   western loot-
„.'.,,, made I.v western people for
»•->.',, le. I'l..', nre all leather „„.l I.,,tli foi nervli-e, ,,i,l,,.,n
-'"M'iai,aaa|.| mice     A.k vour
aaaa •   "LECKIB   Hill)I.S,"  a,a!
louk !..,■ il.e iil.i.vt- trade u,„,k on
lhe sole
«i4l I tCTURUD 111
.1. Leckie Co., lm
VANCOUVER,     -     B.   C.
BEF011E THE ACCIDENT
THE ACCIDENT
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Cranbrook Opera House, one night only, June 3. 1905
RESERVED SEATS, 50 CENTS
Plan of hall at Reiil's Orug Store
WENTWORTH HALL
Two Nights Commencing
Friday, June glh.
Ernest Willis Presents
"tbe fiOtlttteoOtl
Tn Dixie"
A   Jingling Musical Comedy
34 Colored Artists 34
The largest company ever seen
in Western Canada.
5 Big Vaudeville Acts5
—«—
New and catchy music, Large chorus of pretty octoroons, handsomely
costumed, Complete scenic and
!iurliiiiig effects, Special augmented
orchestra.
See tbe Parade at noon
Souls on sulo ut P, O. Drug Store
ffl THE REAL THING TO INVEST IN NOW IS |
Ireal estate 1
1 m
•^ You arc not nuking a chance specula- j&
____! tion \»/iicn vnu lini/  _B_
1
tion when you buy .'
rs SOUTH OF
but are simply entering into a business
| LOTS SOUTH OF CRANBROOK |
1
«,( «...  M.fc   aui.y. j   ...Uinit     UUU    ..     a........,, gg
ffl proposiiion thai will net you LOTS OF ijjt
ffl MONEY in lhe not very distant future M
ffl ffi
ffl Make Your Money Earn You Money ,&
ffl by investing it in lots south of Cranbrook yg
| JOHN   HUTCHISON I
1 Sole Agent 1
S5 Masonic Block ranbrook ^
mmwmmmmmmMwmmmmm
When you visit Cranbrook stop at Ihe
| ROYAL HOTEL|
None lletler In the District
Rates Si and up.   5hort Orders and Oysters
served in any style from 8 p. m. to 0 a. m.
I
w
9
I *m~m*^—.^^—mn—
9 Tlie table is thi best, the ro™ are unsurpassed (or clean  ~
9 Hness and comfort and the b.ir.is supplied with the best brand fff
9 °t liquors and tip.us. (
^ L. B. VANDEt-AR, Prop.        ,
itfpam^ra-^ijim'a
NOW OPENING I
rigtimeut ..f
J Spanish Wines
j      Port and
ii      5herry...
I       A 1.. McDGRMOT
'Ibulcalc W|i.c«. l.i.|u..r. and Cl.ar.
CRWBK.IOK, II  C,
.     \\iii:.\ VOL' want A.wriiiM; l.\ THE LINE OF    ♦
t Portland Cement I
] Fire Brick and Clay |
I Window Glass, Oils and Paints |
I   Screen Doors and Windows   |
(in TO
j McCallum & Co.'s Hardware }
'$ When Vou Buy Liquor |
I Buy the Be^t |
^f I'-ry.    tt is pure, haa the age, and from a mediciual point is '__
^r jusl tliu thing.    We soil everything iu the liqujr and  cigar nc
I A. C. B0WNES3
% Wholesale Dealer in Liquors aad Cigars
"Who's Your Tailor ?"
If you buy a suit at a bargain price, it will be made in bar_;,-iin style.
The principal cost of a aim of clothes i= the "workmanship "
Thero nre poor tailors and good tailors cheap tailors and high priced
tailors.    They are paid by the piece, by the day or by the work,
"Where little is given, there is little required," anl when you buy
clothe., ynu usually u'el aboui what you pay lor.
If you are loosing for good clothes, ior very little money, you will ue-
ver fliid them, If you want to wear clothes that are made for you by
good tailors. 80 that you will heat well dressed as any man you may
lueut and are willing io pay |2_ to |35 iVn a suit or overcoat, call and eee
HcSweyn,   The   Leading Tailor
JCranbrook
I Hotel S s
lluc-i.- Umfurl i Specialty
Quod Statilinx lo ConnectioD
ii
Nearest to rRllmad an.l ,li-|...i.     Haa s.ri'riininodr*.-
Huiih   for   Uir  public  tu.r.jiinil.-i!   lu   Craubrouk.
Mot and Cold Uallm
. •
Hoggarth & Rollins j}
 Proprietors      tj
••/•*.:_ i ♦•*♦♦••—♦
mmfflmmmfflB$mmwm^mmf3g
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The New Managers.
Drop in and sec us any time.   We are on deck 25 hours
oul ol the 2-1
MARYSVILLE LEADING DRY GOODS STORE    |
I have at present a full line of
MEN'S AND LADIES' GOODS     t
* *
■ and intend to carry everything in tliis line, along with PATENT '»
MEDICINE, STATIONERY and  FANCY  WARE.   Give me a«'
\ cull and be convinced that it is not necessary to send to Eaton's
\ or Cranbrook for anything in the Dry Goods line.
SPROULE,
i-H-H-H-H
Marysville I THE   CRANBROOK   nKBALD
^    pacific
RAILWAY
liaii4 till May 15th
nmnnnnmwmmmnmwnm
1 Job printing ie an Uvtsss
w .u.—m~m—m—m*yr—mmmmt^^*m
n
i
\m
Low  Settlers   Rates j|
Westbound
iu, iii
Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec,
Maritime Provinces,
New England,
United States Points
. Ti i
■KOOTENAYS and PACIFIC
COASI
Suul (or  your  lr',.,,1-  ivliil,   low
rates nro ill etfi'i-l
Prepaid Tickets tli'livorwl by  ranil
or telegmpb ivithoiit tul.lulon.il
,',,.sl
WESTBOUND TOURIST
CARS
leave Montreal Sundoj • and rimrsdnys
U«ve Toronto rnesilnya anil Saturdays
lean' St. Paul Dail)
Kor rules, lioknl a  tourist  slo, per
Iiurtiis mul  eomiili'li,  iiifririimtioii
apply i" loenl ntti'iits or write
IL Hillier, Agent, Ctnnbrnnk.
.... s. <'AUlf.lt. I. J.COYI.R
H.l',.4... Nelson    A.U.l'.A.  Vuilculll'CI
is»»»®»s38t*s»a»»m»»s®isss^a
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The Herald Practices the art.    You can get only one kind of *_$
Printing in this office.    That is the best. *|
10
SOCIETY AND
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
("Ktsi EST [jODQB No. Ull
WHAT
FIRST l'i.ASS .lull OF
Hi'i: MEANS.
To the uninitiated il is difficult I"
appreciate tho meaning ..I a first 'Lis"
Inb olliee. In a town lho siio of
Cranbrook ii is possible ,.. have an
oil,..- Ihal would muslci undei ordinary clreuniBlaliees, but when lhe mi
prome test comes man) ,.nuvs ,„
towns ..I two .., three thousand i""-
|,lo Lul i" raeel lho emergency, .since
Monday evening tho Herald hns lurn-
,-i ,„ii ilu.-.- largo posters Ihal ie
quire an linmeiiso amuuut ol material
artistic construction ,,,,.1 niniiy hours
„[ ii,,,,' ii, coinpositlon, nn.l turned
ili.-n, ,.ni ,,i il,,' ,",,,' promised and ,"
a manner eminently sattslactory t"
Uie people vil," ordered il„',„. I„ addition u, this there lus heen lho usual large, run ol lob ivork, Increased
advertisements have heen sel lor llie
paper, lho regulat mattoi lor the
news columns sot , and the lli'iald
printed on time. It »„s a hard lost
lor 11,,' lorco and tho equipment, il
ivoulil have been a hard lesl lor olli-
,.,.. aa,,,, largo, than tl„' Herald, "rut
lho work was done, ivhlch is ample
evidence >!„,' tl'" Herald ulliec ii onr
„l the best equipped plants in tl'.'
inn-.ii„-a. This n„'ii„s a good deal i,,
lho business men "i this dislriel .,„..-.■
it means Ihal Ihey have „ prlminc.
i-sU-ihlishiiieiil lhat win i„,','l lheir .ir
' UllUlds promptly.
RAILWAY NOUS
I
run received word
Istel was dangor-
,.,, Saturday   tor
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
FtSteeU'^^VrnvrCo
\ III,; DEAL.
1'. hums .a  ('"■ have purchased, all
,,. Calgary Cal-Uo company's '„'•"'
I',
,,.
' una
al
Cra
nbiooic
Livery S
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
Tenuis ami drivers furnished for an,
point In the district,
A. DOYLE, ManiiKer.
in' lie
I    P,
Second
Hand Store
We carry a complete
stock   oi   household
goods, and have a lot
of SNAPS
Shoes at your own price
Jas. JWcArthur
Sages Old Stand
Don't Pay Rent
Build a House
But before' doing so sen .Tames
llr.'i'r. tho contractor, Huwill
lie nl,!,, I.i, lil.-)- you .villi sum.
(ji.'stions llinl   will prove vul-
brook.   Vest Illn)  .1. .1.  Young, I'
ide.it,   It.   •'■ Iliilehiiis, slockluilil
nnd Cloolgo Webster, lilanug
Calgary   I'allli,   Coinpiiny,
Hums ' „,,,!     Mr.   Salchy, ol lhc !'■
Hums cniiiimuy, arrived in low,,   lo
make    the deal with the Ciniibruok
ami ul Un business.   The purchase in-
,1,1.1, s a lino ranch propcrl); adjoining
Calgary, the business block In    llial
town and    tho plants at fcrnlo snd
Cranbrook, anil lhe ileal was on the
basis ol over $125,000 valuation. The
Calgary   Cattle    < ipany   was   a
new company but had acquired a
a large business through the energy
ol its manager, Mr. Webster, and lhe
wonderful growth of the territory
which it operated. The V. Burns
company is the largest meat buslncsi
in Canada, and the purchase ol tho
Calgary Cattle Company's business
Is simply along iis wen known policy
ul expansion. With unlimited capital
wilii a Hold extending from Ontario
i„ tho Pacific, and Irom the Yukon
to the Boundary line, and even beyond into the Slates, the business
done by tins company is wondertqlly
large.
HYDRAULIC WORKS IN OI'EUA-
TION ON PERRY CREEK.
Alter two years ol hard work and
the expenditure ol a laigc sum „i
money the hydraulic works on Perry
creek are now in ,,paint ion. Last Friday the water was turned on ami
Un, destruction ol lhe hank ol gravel
where lies the hidden gold is under
headway. E. T. liojnton, ul Lacrosse, Wis., one ol the large stockholders in llie company, has been l-ct'o
tho past month waiting lor lbe .tart,
lie left for home Ibis weak perfectly
sntislied with the outlook, and look
will, him a bottle filled wiih as line
gold as was ever taken out ol tho
nioilicr earth, about $100 in value,
lho result of a cleanup from a little
patch of old ground lhat had been
worked before, Mr. Trow, the trsi-
.■(lut manager, is feeling good over
the result and says thai work w
go ahead steadily ibis season.
llial,
by wire that lit
,,,1-ly ill and a-,
Winnipeg.
r. Malcolm, audll ' U"> median-
al accounts, Calgary, vv,,a here 'don-
day anl Tinwda) , rrlng will, Mr,
Oeo. Jollares on altalrs relating '"
tho stores department,
Bridge .,„ I Imilding r-'oiemei, J. Mc-
Keo .,„,! ll Sim-lull', vlalled Cran.
brook .„. lho Mil. Imt. to sco Mr
comrades nl lhe hospital alio weic
Injured In lhc recenl acehleul al  ItH
SlUllull.
J.   P,   .I,.I,,,.'",',  was   the  I'liili'uUMik
iiiniutciiniico ..I way eiiiployes held at
representative .,, ,1„' meeting oltho
Fernie .■„ Sunday, the 28th ,„si
A. i3al.no.il, in.iiiii,.a,,, has oblain-
ed llirco months I.aie „i absi-uee. lie
will visit Ueaverton, Out., and will
return to Crnnbrook accompanied hy
his bride,
Condnctor Q. F, Manahan is anoih-
er railroad man presently to desert
lhe ranks ..1 the bachelors. Ho will
be married ,„ Bellovllle, Ont., on
June 16th lu Miss .Muriel ltobliu m
Cranhrook.
TO Till'. CHANBKOOK PEOPLE.
li Is with .. near I  lilled Willi happiness ,u„l giaiitiulo that I ask   Mi.
Simpson, t-ilii t lhe Herald, 'or a
iiiai-u in his taiiu,una ill which lo
maul, ion all ,.., the exlremo I'lter-
v„i, have always manifested in
behalf. I have lived in Cranhrook
ui-arl)' lour years and 1 hale novel
,, a cloud Llut was nol followed bi
■in sunshine during my resilience
hero. I haio lived in many places
bui I have neve, a,.,.,, a comuiiiiiit)
where ihe people wore so generous as
tbey arc in Cranhrook. in tact 1 dun 1
think in „H lhc world there can be
(omul so „.,„,) good hearted people
a town ul this size. -Mv guuj luiui.ls,
and 1 sav ti'lcnds, lur "a friend in
n.'id is a Irlend Indeed," il was quite
a am prise to bave M28 given
lot I never expected such a sum. In
return let mc oiler you all the griill
iii.li- ol a heart thai earnestly wlshc
thai Ho.l's richest blessings will lull
upun you and llial ,u„ will enjoy
many, ninn) years lu health, wealth,
and happiness ,.- in) earnest hope. 1
want to thank the ladies ami g.nile-
n.i'ii who worked so herd to get up
this ball and those wl.u su liberally
patronized It. 1 also wish lo thank
the public lor lhe ninny kind acts
shown me Irom time lo lime, and tlie
Herald ediloi Ioi his i.ii.,1 leinarks as
ile has never lorgotttn lo p„, lb a
sympathetic word loi mc, I Icel as il
I'did ,.„, iks,,',,- ,.,, ", lhe kindness
shown mc, as 1 hav, Iv duiio   inv
duty su i.n ua I m.i,.   'I hanking   J'i.u
all, I remain,
Trull  Yokis.'
Mis.  A.  A   Tl ipson
STOt'K I'l'iiTA'ITiiXS
Kuriiislnil liy Hi'iil, & Blwidl. brokers. Crnnbrook,
Ni.rll, Star. 3o,
Siilliviiii, '.^r.
Bt. t*U_Blll), lie.
ItioiiliU'r-CiirilsK,. l.V.
Western nil uju.Cout.aUc.
liilt'i'imtioniil t'oul nn.l I'lik,', 26c,
Sales   St.   I'ji_i'ii.'. UUOj Sorlli
St,,r, dUUi Siilliviiii, imm.
MINERAL ACT.
CERTIFICATE    OF   l.VU'ltllX E-
MENTS.
NOTICE.
SEALEU TENDERS •Adrenal to
the  ui,ili',Mgu,-,l,   anl  endorsed  "'lender (ol  Post lltli.e al   4 al„ i.uver,, B.
C." will be received ai this ultlce until Friday,   June 23, l'.ui''. Inclusive,
lor     the'   erection   ol a I'ust 'lillcc   |_M<_iHT<    nf    PVTHIAS
building at Vancouver, B. C, ncoort-   M**41Uni>   OI    FT I niM
ing to plans and BpeciflcatioM   tole1 Cranbrook, li. c.
seen ill   the     lli'iiailiiki.t ol    Public  nHtl ..,„,| „„,| 4,1, t,,„j„, m 1 ,.  ,u
Works, Ottawa, tint, and at the .an-  j o,O.F l,.„i.
couver Armory, Vancouver, B. p. .1. .4. akm,,.„. K h. s
Tenders will not bo considered   uu- 4. p. lii.v., ,'
1,-ss mad,' on lhe printed lorn, suppli-  vi.itiiie Hr.tb.vn rordlal. luvlted ,...,,.,J
led, and -,..,..,1 with th. actual sigiu-. .	
lures ol tenderers. uant.n.,,1.  I.oul Unliin 12.1 el Uu UI..4
I    4u ncccpled cheque „„ a chartered.     _I0thtt|,0Wi „l t.rptnitr. and Jal.tr.
'bank, payable  I,,  the. llnuuiabli',   lha| »| *mtrl.i.
j TISDALE I
4
4
} We have moved to the {
4        old Morrow &        j
$    TlcFarlane stand.    {
\    NEW CANDIES    }
\ and FRESH FRUIT }
' TISDALE j
heq,
,1 ,1,.' |,.t, ,v tendei
Mm,   01    tail   I"
sal, li, 11
I    Illi'    I.I.I
Emilia   Fiaeiiun" mineral cl»lm, I lenilor.   Thi
situate iu the Foil Steele Mining 1)1
vision ot Easl Koolenay DUtrlcV     I'onUuctl
Where located: Sullivan llill liu case 1
Take notice that 1, William J. Lang I   The   D
ley, live luiner's certificate 117111111,
acting lur mysell and agent loi Jud 1
sou 11. Langley, Iron mind's cecllf.-
cale lilllll, Andrew .1. Devlin, ir.c u,,
miner's   eeiliiieaie   117:1 Ul,  Charles
0. Km roll,  tree   minor's  certluoato
HtUia7S, Waller 0, llutihett, Ireo „„
ner's   eertilicali'   117:111,1,    Edwin  C,
Smith, iiee miner's certlOcate n,:inn
and Unbelt L. T. Cialblailli, In,' ml
hit's certiiuale Nu. 117:1131, Intend
sixly days Iron, date bereol, to i.p
ply 10 the luui,,.,'. recorder tor a cer-
tincale ol Improvements, for ihe purpose of obtaining a crown gianl ul
each of the above claims.
And lurtber take notice that acli.'n
under section 37 must be commenced
before tbe issuance ut such certificate
nf Improvements,
Dated this 27 th day ot Fehiuaiv
A.  I). 1905,
49-iit W, .1   Langley.
... the Honorable   the
Minister'ol Public Works, equal   to
1 ol lhe amount     "BA* '"''"' .""T.'". ".'i'l ' n,l"-v ''v"'""« *'
accompany each ."l1-
will   be  lullelled      41
\ li n per ei ut (lu
I Cranbrook   Foun-1
dry and        i
iMachine Shopf
\ McKinnon & Johnston f
X Proprietors •_
Wo ulu prepared to
ilo till kiniU ol repair work li.'iivv uml
li_!it. niiiko oustinj.'s.
1,1111 Hllllfts, UtC.
' Scientific    Horseshoeing   n;
1 Specialty
,..«.. .........
ITITtTITnTITr
it.,, decline ilu- con
complete ibe work
I „,il be returned
,,, it acceptance .-l tender.
ulii.i'iil  dues  ia.l  bind ils
pt ilu- lowest   or  any ivn-
|lj order,
Fred Orllnas, Se
i .,i I'.it.in  work.
Via,    U,   11)03
MINI RAL ACT.
(Form I'M
CERT1F1CA II. Of  IMPROVEMENTS,
'. l..f ball,
up 1'a. Ilaaa I,,ij.allj l„,
V   I ,
.1   II. 41,0,
IO,
■lelnry.
'.I It
MAMMOTH   MINI UAL CLAIM
Sltual
DISSOLUTION.
Nulice Is hereby given thai we lhe
undersigned, have ,liss,,l,,'.i Uu partnership ln'1'i'i..f..u' enrried ..n ,., us In
Cranbrook as hrlckinakci's and ,,n.-k-
lavers Ulltlet lliil Iiiu, ,,.,,,„• and 'lv!,-
,,f' Tarlor and Davis, .is and Irom lite
ilOtb dav nl May, A. I).  IU05.
.411 accounts .!„.■ lhe l'„',„ shall he
pavable t„ ■'. E. Davis.
Dated at Cranbrook th,- 20lh lay ul
May, urns. lo-lt
fl, n. ,'.  Tailor,
J. E. Davis.
Div
irlct.
n  ll,,- Fori  Steele Miuil.t
llle    Ensl  Kootenay I'l.
Villi,
T. I..
led uu Lul"- Creek,
notice   il,.,,  I. Thos. T.
Im M. ,'.  11731 in.
VI.
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CRANBROOK ,41.llll: Nu  1101
l:.   t).   15.
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11',
llalM
,1.1V a Hull,
lhe Mitiili'j
uf   I:,
action
I-'   vi   ,
Im
i UANHltuliK l.,,|,i,l'.', SIH3,
ANCIENT OKDI.l! nl I'OHLSi l:KS
t'll.tMllloOK, 11.,'.
Heels a,.-., lind    I   l.l.   1'uenhi)   In
' !..'....!  I'.-,„|,I.,M Ilall.'
Vihlllllg la.'llu.'i,  ii.illy inviieil
I   Mm livv.vs,r, li. .1    S,.„y.S«.'j'
Da
,1 ihi
Sill  d.iv
Thus
\lav.  llllCi.
1'. M'eYiUlc,
HE APPRECIATES PROMPT ,'A\-
MENT,
Ryan, 11. ('., May 31   1005
Messrs a Id A Roberts, Cranbrook:
Deal Sirs—i am in receipt ol your
lavor of the 3l,th enclosing cheque loi
Mb In full discharge of my claim tut
Indemnity under policy ol the Dominion of ('ana.I.i Guarantee and Accident Insurance compaoy fur my lain
sickness ,,l appendicitis.
Please accepl my thanks for the
prompt an.l businesslike manner lius
has been handled, ns it is only four
vv'1'el.s since I wus discharged Irom the
hospital and llirco weeks since I le-
silincl iny tlnlies. That was certainly ono ul the wisest Investments ever
I mad,' when 1 tuul, oul that policy
four tn..nt lis ago.
Yours Truly,
Archie Smith.
James Greer
tVjntxai;tor and Builder
.
[ Dezall Brothers
I   Blacksmiths;
j     Horse Shoeing  j
Carriage Repairing and
General Jobbing....
Oiimlilc Orden i'mmpily *
Att'-mJcd io. 1
WOTtK ON TIIK NOKT11 STAK.
N'.il   RIcLeod    Outran, inmiiiscr of
Mu-   x..iih   Star properly, returned
lust Krirlay ami WOtil   to  lho nil 110 on
tnnl.iy io art'iinge lor tlu- resumi^
i' j tion ol work oi, [lint proporty ami al-
'   so tin- Midnight, Stomwinttci" uml i*n-
i.iiio   claims    that urc on tlio sum.
inli .is  ilif North .Slur.  .Mr. Currim
Bald   lli.it  lu* would put 'rn a .mull
foicfl     ami thoroughly prospect    Um
property witli    the view nt locating
Ut.' ore body in thr Star ami develop
iii--    titlii!     properties.       This   Is
pood ROWS 1" tlie people of 'hi' dislriel, and llie lu-'l tli.il Mr. Curi.ui
uill havr charge "f tho work is an as-
Biirnncc thai it will be systematically
done ami with the beM results.
OLOSED DOWN TKMl'OUAKILY.
Tin1 woil' of prospecting on Um Upper Moyie thai has been carried on
this M?;iKfin hy Messrs. Baker, Edwards nnd McKittie has boon dosed
d.iwn temporarily owing to a lack of
water.
**.*%•*•%*%%•%•%*%*»%*% %0
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Livery Barn Under
New Management
***• * ♦*« *, •   :
 :    BENEFIT BALI. A .SUCCESS.
The benefit ball Riven on Wcdnnsday
evening of lasl week by the C. P. R.
tjuadrillc club was a great success,
financially anil socially. There was a
large attendance and the next day lhc
managers paid ofi ihe mortgage on
We desire to announce lo tlie the home of Mrs. Thompson and L*avc
public that we bnvo purchased the \ M8 in cash to that lady and .48 to
McKinsireylivc-ry barn with horai-s ! Mn' Tmy' whose husband has Dcen
and riband will hnvo charge of ijjck in the hospital for the past year.
' " ' .     ,    ,. ,     7„ ,     It is such acls as these that   manes
the same in tho future.    11 will be  tll(, woll(1 w,)tU, llving in
our nlm to Rive the people of tho  0	
district tho very 1,,-sl in this li,,.' at: ALL DOINO V1KLL.
naionalili! prices. We want your! The victims ol the station accident
patronage and wi- propose to merit | aro a" ,.',oi"8 ^1!:;a'"l..h,oa.1 "' tllcl"
it by the best ,,f service,
I   A. \V. McVittie
*
} Dominion and Pi*oviti> {
4 cinl   Land  Surveyor. {
I    H. H. McVittie   {
j (ieneral Ajjcnl {
i TIMBER, MINES and |
j LANDS {
{ CRANBROOK,   H.   C. {
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are un the road to recovery.
DEZALL BROS.
CRANBROOK
FOIl SALE. ,
Twu flrstclass fresh cows.   Apply at
house. N.  B, Siddous.    I
I
DRAYING
Wl, have 1 ti in
aei-,.,,,1 vers nn.l o
craisliut, That slu
ISPACTinv.   vv.- Im
lhe I,.,-',,,.-* f.l,
I. llllslllCM. I. ill*
ivaa 4VK UIVK SAT-
Iha Lust
„,s   ll
ii. r.
„i <
a,lend
m),llpl
strictly io business.
ABOUT THAT PIANO
When von vviint it moved see us.
\4'e iiiiiki, il a speclslty nn.l have a
plnno mover an.l enn ,1„ .lie work
without risk. Also household furniture,
Perry & Fitzgerald
PROl'BIUTOnB oV THK
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer Co.
Olllce apposite C. H. K. 'HtlONI: W
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds of thiirih work in
way of di»'rH. windows, transoms, etc. Kiln dried luniU-r
fur iuuide work. Our work is
minriiuti'i.Hl nnd uur prii'i*¥ are
Biitiyfaotury.    Screen    doors
Rough and Dressed Lumber
For Sale
Sl* •-•-* •-• .......... .♦■♦-»-. . ...IS
W. R. BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
TELEPHONE 89
LAND I'l lll'llASH.
Take noilce ihal two months alter
ail dale wc Intend making application tu
9-4t
Harvey & McCarter,
of Cranbrook,
Solicitors for Executor.
FOR SALE.
TlMHI.ll NOTICK.
Nineteen shares of the East Koote-     -lakl. N„u,.,, lllat Unity days allei
nay  Lmnher eouipaiiy.   Sec  J.  Evcr
ime I intend i„ apiil)' tor a  special
ett     Fenwiek      near    Uanbrook   or „ ,   „„, .1||(, t.arl'v avvay ,lln|„,t
vvnie Ui. J. 11. Ryan, Suasw, N. II., |u,m ,hl. tollo4»lng described lauds in
Panada. Kolll|, East Kootonayi
C*omni0lic)ng at a Pusl planted al
tin- noiTheast cornet ol J. II. Spcncea
timber license, No. 3109, Croup I,
thence 1„ chains suuih; thence 413.18
chains easl, thenco north alung the
west boundary   ol R. It. Jamlesoii'
Notice Is hereby .iveii that Iwo
months alter the lirst publication ol
ibis notice 1 intend to apply lo   lhc
1. O. G,
Me
, V, IV
l'lllll
I.   i'.   l.lalll;
1.1,10.-1   an.l ,laa   \.
a.',:,,!, intend sixty
he ,1a,a llcrcul to appi)   l„
Kicoid. r for a Certllfcatf
oveiiionls   lot the purpose ot|citAMlllOOK
. a Crown (lum. ot ibe above'
„„l  lurlher   take  noilce  thai
a,,a, Section -'~. musl l.e com-
helore the   issuance ..i   such
NOTICE 'I'll (TIKIIITOIIS.
Take noilce ibat   all cv.li,..,-
Uio estate of lbe late I.eroy S.)
Cranhrook, arc rcuuli'ed on ,"  I
lhe ilith day oi June,   1005, In
to tlie     undersiinid a slat an
their account containing full p.,
lats, verltled hy allldavTt, and ■,
ui security, if anv. held hv tha,
And take notice that alter th.  ..
Mth davul June, 1005, the executors the Chlel Commissioner ol Lands ami
hall proceed to distribute the es- Works lot permission io purchase the
talc, having rogard only to the following described land in bouib
claims ol which thev then have mtlce East Koolenay District:
and shall nol be liable Ipr tlm estate Commencing al ihe northwest ,',.,-
..r any part thereof t„ any person ot nor ,.f Lot 5211. O. 1, K. D-, running
whose claim thoy shall nOI have no- thenco H> chains west, thelice 41,
lice before the time ol distribution. | chains north, thence 80 chains cast,
Dated at Cranbiook this 85th dav I thence -10 chains south to the puinl
of Hay,  1905. „l coiiiiiiiiiceiiicnt.
  The Wattsburg Lumber Co., Ltd.,
!Mlt A. E. Watts, Agent
Wattsburg, May 9, 19U5.
i.odoi:
T.
Kriilny   niitlit  iil,u4e
ore's 'Store
Collie mul j..in  lhe   lluppy   liiu.it
MUSIC
MRS fflSLOf, Tcicher ot U\s Plaiioforr*
Special    alien tion    to   touch,   technique, phrasing and grading ot stiidjes.
Apply at tesid.nce on Burwell ivc.
w. F. QURO,
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
CRANBROOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Commissioner ol Lands and Was [_,8ns6 us.it chains, to the north
lot permission to purchase the follow- boundary ul lhc lauds Included'ill said
uie described land: , license:  thence east   along the    said
Commencing at a post planted at „„,._, boundaty oi said license 10
lhc southeast con,,-, of John .Mutts ehaius, lu the southwest comer ul
purchase, Lot 700K, neai I'.lku, 11. '., L|]l 31152. <!,„„,, j; thence north
thoncc north 40 chains, thence cast 80 j,:1 i|,j chains; ihence west 103.18
chains, llience soulh 40 chains, lllcllOO clm'|ns lu the east boundary ol pre-
vve.sl along the north line ol Lul •'ii einutton Nu. Ull, Ihence soulh 2.11
and Lut 3051 and railway to point uf
commencement,
Dated April 18, 1905.
4-0t Rcglna Molt.
!4,-a.«wi»s>i>.a«a»*».*»-i«.*i>-s*J!
ABOVE ALL OTHERS
I jflor be ffiabama i
I     ..Cioars..      I
^ Thy tyinuino always buar the sijj M
j?, naiiin*. Jot». CflflflC, 011 lhu box 55
% Insist Oil glHtiiiK tliogepuliiu. Vor ft
§ MtlHlllllll hoitl:-.   " J
ti. WHOLESALE jjj£
1 A.C. BOWNESS I
f_ Cranbrook, H.  C. |
*i,'j:ii,-tta»i;-.fii.*»4iv.<.„ivf'e;-ei*t-e.'6^r
THE
STRATHC0NA
Fornierly Hotel Phair
NELSON, B. C.
B. TOril'KINS, ManaRer.
I'l,is hotel is (Uie ol tile la'st ill
llritish Columbia nml iip-to-ihite
in iivurj rospoot. Well ti_l)M
sample rooms.
J. G. CUMMINIIS
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
FERNIE
chains to the north side of tl. K.
March's license; thenco cist 20 chains
to tlie northeast coiner of the said U.
K. March's license; llience south 411
chains along lhc east boundary ul the
said 0. 14.' March's license; thcuce
cast no chains; thenco suuth 8(1
chains; thence west 40 chains to the
place of beginning, containing 64U
acres ut land more or less.
Dated  April Uilli,   1005,
0-51 A. Hogarth.
FOR SALE.
A new Victor snlc; weight about
500 or BOO pounds; combination outside door, key inside door; outside
measurement 27x22 inches wide; inside measurement 19 inches high, . 11
inches wide. Also almost new cash
register, worth $100 new. For lhc
luw price of tlill cash for holti. Inquire at Herald office. 6-tl
TIMBER NOTICE. aim date i will apply io, tho Ohio!
Take notice llial  thirty davs after (.oninilssionei ut Lands an.l Works li.r
date 1 Intend to apply tor a  special permission i» puichaso lho 'ollo'vlng
license lo cut and carry aivay timber described laud ,,, .Soulh East Kno .■■
Irom the lull,nving described lands iu "a):
Soulh East Kootenay; I   <-omnionchig   at   n  post    planted
ill Commencing at n puinl 10 vvhcre the cast boundary ot Lot .111
chains south nnd 80 chains east „f '',".sa,'s ihe southern bounder) „l the
the southwest corner nl Lul 831, Crows Nesi Pass railway, thence
Group 1. Knulcuy district: thence south -In chains, more or less, lu 'ba
south    Mi   chains',   thence   west   sn Moyio  river;   thence northerly  -iloig
chains; thoncc  ih sn chains; thence' the Moylo river lo the righl of way
ensl, 80  chains   to the point ol coin- 0! tho said railway; llience.along lbe
mciicomcnt, containing nl„ acres more,said righl ..( vyaj
or less. dlrccll  lho
12)   I'onuneni ing    al   .1 polnl    1" motit.
chains cast nnd ll) drains south ol lho     I8II1 April. 1005,
southeast cornel ot 11. Arnold's  pio-l   ■', !|t '-
cup,ion, I.„l 0318, flruiip I. then,'
snuil, sn chains; thence cast 8,, chains
the,,,',!  norlh   80  chains;   UullICO   wesl;   .   _ .
Mi chains lo the point „! c, Hence-: NOTICE
immt,  containing  nm  acres   of land     	
mole or less. Notice Is brieliy given that
Dated ibis Isl iin) ol May, 1005,      days alter till
li-H John l.eaal,.      Chlol    Coinmlsi
Works, Victorl
NOTICE.
Nolleo i.s hereby given lhat Oil Iai
limine lib
1 a iiotlbwesl Ml.
i.e  ul
<'„>•'
II.  II. McVlllllI,
xty
I   will  apply   lo  tlm
moi    nf Lauds    and
loi  poi'inlsslon   I
LAND NOTICE,
Nolleo is hereby giicn Uml, 00 day
(run, dale, I will apply lo lhc Hm
niable ihe Clue! Commissioner 1
Lands aud Wul'ks lul pel miss,on I
purchase about W, acres ol laud ''0,1
mcnclng at the uorthrasl corner ol lut' nnd. sliil east    ,',„,„ snld enrner
purchase tbe inllowing described land
In Soulh  Easl   Koolenay dlstlict:
s.   Commonclng al a post planted   on
.tho easl  luiiili ol  the  Kool ly river,
,'nt tlie nortliwi.st corner of llum-
,l phrey's claim in Lot 15, thence east
' 311 chains t„ Hn' northeast cor-
-Iner ol said Humphrey's claim,
40
2011, group one, Koolcnay div
thence north 211 %hains, thoiico vvcsf
40 chains, thence soulh 211 chains,
thence east to point ol eoiiiniiii.e-
ment.
9-9t Clyde V. Downing.
Dated this 25th day ol May, 1905.
John W. Wolf
.  .. nr.ri.r-t Boot, Shocand
J. M. DERR,
boot and shoe maker.       Harness Maker
Repairing Promptly Done.       j Old StlOCS made new.    All kind;
Footwear toMetwwe a Specialty [of repairing.   Oive mc a call.
chains, thcuce north 40 chains, thenco
west to the Koolcnay river 20 chains
mure or less, thcuce southwesterly
following lbe course ot the Kootenay
river to the point ol commencement,
containing 120 acres more or less!
Dated this 21st day of March, 1005.
2-ut John J. Qrady.
LAND NOTICE.
Take notice Hint sixty days .liter
date I intend to apply to the Ohlet
Commissioner of Lauds and Works
permission to purchase the following
described land:
Beginning at tho northeast corner
ol Lot 1211:1, (I. 1, Kootenay district,
thence north 211 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence soulh 20 chains;
thenco cast sn chains to place ol be
ginning, containing 1(10 acres.
Dated May 11 Ih, 1905.
8-Bt J. E. 11. Laidlaw.
3. H. THOriPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C.
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hindi Block Cranbrook, B. C
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C. H. DUNBAR      !
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary   f
Public, Etc. I
Cranbrook,     -     -    B. C.   1
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IMS. KINO & OREEN,
Physicians ami Surgeons,
Olllce it k'ciilenir, 4iiiimii.uk *tV».
oil Iti: HOURS:
Poreniiont.   ....   «;j{i in 11
Altcrnoun.   ....   l:jll lolale
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Dr. Connolly,     ••
"   f'liy.sici.in and Surgeon   .
(" Olliee on Armstrong Avenue
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DENTIST
OFI-'UT. liol US:
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(Illieein oil 1 o.| olliee block
I'KANHUIKIK, H. I!
THE.   HOKSC'S   PHA
U,, t.,11 urge mu not,
Ouwn bill, r,.t tin, not,
On til. |,lala Bj,.,,',. ,„,, not.
And ui CIHM of Sllkl.ah. eull up
DP    CROSS    VBTERIIARy   SUKIIfllN
UK.   \,KVB3,   1|d H()||sli BE,n8r
CKAMBKOOIi. B. C Than. 11
McVittie & Laidlaw,
Mining; Engineers
and Surveyors,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
THOS. I. HcVITTIB, P. L, S.
J. 1. LAIDLAW, «. E. '
TIIK   ORANBHOOK   II tit A 1.11
it
FOUL PLAY!"    "JURY DISAGREED!!"
or some such remark i* heard daily w itli reference to the
proceedings in criminal courts
LOTS OF APPLES
Did you rellil in our ml. Inst week
thnt Apples were selling nt
$1.65
A BOX
"Wc know tliat hundreds of p< <>
pit* rend it. by tlio waKoti iomls
of thi'dt'ili'lu-ituis ItiiliUvins llml
Imvo left our storo,
TELEPHONE   NO.  9
CREDIT GOOD
FURNITURE
"Mv credit goal?" you ask.
Ven. sir! yes, main I Wtt hnve
oni apace to explain the iiu -ai
plan that wo have evulv***!
whiii'liy you tan funnel) your
home complete with very littlu
niiiiiry. I live u*t a c«U, leal li
mtr prices ami our plans, t let
acquainted with us; it will lu- i><
your advantage aouu* time
\V.' .'xiM-«*i soon t'> in* up before the " Supreme Opart*' of Cnnbrook'B must devoted deoipleeof ihe
high priced irattiniiy. for iolriiigiiii) i n lheir copyrighted cede ol one hundred pet cent profit or no sale
1'—ip|H>sition. of course, will be tli** prosecutori ami the only witneasts, who will testify to assault with
'   '   ' *---    Hut there will ba uo disagreement of the jury, aa
sition. of octane, will be tli** pr
......it tu kill, willful indiscretion, or perhaps foul play
the public, whose interests we study uml whose Barren
have nothing tu fear. It baa heen our aim
ilu- lirst association with us ami the goods~, «....    	
giug for your return with them under your arm should tliey
ness to know that we an* suUing you th   K"c* - ***•**•""
with them.
are. will act as jurymen. From the public we
I ways toso treat "nr customers that implicit confidence will be
Instead of guaranteeing tu you uur goods and beg-
,  ... ,. not prove satisfactory, we make it our busi*
best and thin yon shall have no occasion to return tu uur stun-
=The Big Co-operative Stores=j
Ynur Every Want Supplied
l»i,l il ever occur to you thnt you
can buy onything y,„, waul nt
our stores. This is <-, great nd-
vantage.   We sell
DRi  000Ds
iri.'MTi'iii:
I IJ i'l III Nli
a wn tiRiEs
11 LASS WARE
BOOTS AND SHOES
tin*, thing \uu nail!
TAKE NOTICE
That the BIG SALE is still
,,„ We hav,' no intention of
calling it oil unlil everything is
sold. I'l,,- bmidieda of people
thnt come to our Btore ench day
mul get bnrgniiiB is nil the .-vi-
delict, we wuul tlml the people
upprecititen L.<>o,i thing .',,,.1 ..,'»■
e.iiiiiolv helping us to push ii
nlong.
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FRESH CRliAM!:RY BUTTER
To Assure the- Quality being First (
and .ivoid the lotin delay In transit,
..re Ri-llin_ our butter by express,
costs us .i lew cents .i pound more t
w.iy, but ii gives our customer .in ab
lutely fresh butter for tabic use
PKICE 35 CENTS     *      .-*■
.ISS
we
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BLEW  IN   THIS MORNING
The Marysville Smelter Is Now In
Operation.
lirciit sale Read ad
A    Leiteh nave n :„",,
Tuesday waning.
,n ll.o
ngnja-
Talc's
Reid .v Co's
Ml    aial Mis
i'i,i,.,ai,l,' part;
A reduction .,i IB pel eonl
wedding , ,„k il J'ou buy jour
in, ul lU.il at
r.
ti>,
i this
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G. T. ROGERS
FANCY AMI S
41'I.H GROCERIES
CRANBROOK, 11. 4
ANN CROCKERY
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J DR100ISTS              'Phone 71            STATIONIikS J
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Richmond &   Drummond
Fire Insurance Company
Authorized Capital $500,000^
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS
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•1, will law
fire priKiiecl
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Levis.
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Tlie lone looked   fi,
Marysvillu siueli, r. t.i.k ,
lO I Ilia ilislli.'t llllll tliis |)i
ii..a I., llie people gemirully.
MR   BUCHANAN'S DESCRIPTION. i tei
(I. (i  Buchanan, ,vl„, has charge ol rak
the payment ot tho bonus tu tin, lead
, list lie
I    Tin
will 1
of tl,
.it den
inlisfai
Mi. and Mia IV, Im (inid entertained a nuiiiln-i ul llii'iids last evcalllg.
in you building a bome'f 't so
,..., want a furnace. Wo handle Iho
"Sunshine' [urnaco. lilies perte-ct
Ballsfactian, I'aluioro Hros
\\  t 'fai.- has li.-cn confined lo lho
k.
Free Return Ticket to
Lewis ®. Clarke Exposition at Portland, Ore.
">
era! Un
Mi
in town
lysville,
I lull
11 swirling
| around *
i'illit r s\
Monday   c
where tin Stilli
an sni'liiT is located.   On lus retuu
i  Ni'lsnii,  iu an Interview-,  Mr.    Bu- I ^       wl|H,j
chanan made lhe following stntoiuunt j
io the Daily Nuwa!
"The roasting process is now po-1
ceeding regularly and about lOHO ions I
of oie at least are ready for the
stack. Fire is burning in No, 1 itack,
but slowly. On account of the thickness of ifk* brickwork and ihe freshness of the mortar generally it is
thought desirable to dry out the Irtor-
tjir before blowing in. This will be
done within tbe present week. Work
is progressing rapidly on the second
stack and thir management expect to
be treating 300 tons daily of shafge
within a month or six weeks from
date, claiming lhat thoy have in the
mine almost an unlimited suppjy of
silver ore. The two HuTitington-He-
berlt in ovens, which are being install-
ed by M. Hebe'rleln himself, under contract with lhe Sullivan company, are
working regularly and giving good
satisfaction. 'Ihey are making an
output of 30 io 45 tons a day each,
attendance ol one man looking
the blast nf hoth ovens is sulli-
is lorced lo travel by means   i
b srt in thf disc.   At one sldo
,,il oven with a hoi blast which
ivl   across     tlif   disc and return
Tbe
afn
iimi This may be compared wiih
the two men required for each oi the
hand roasters, four ol which are required to make an output equal to
one oi the new ovens."
Going further into detail Mr. Hu-
ehanan explained that the ore was
brought down in the ordinary way
from the mine ami put through .rush-
in    a   fiery,   yellow   flame
lu* sides to tin' apertures on
le ol the eiiivumv ftf the hot
oil above. Here
much of the sulphides in lbe ores are
vaporized and ihe product lulls iu a
heap at the side of the oven where a
small stream of water cools it oft to
a certain extent.
Thence it is carried into a hoppel
about twelve Ion puis, lu the bottom ot' one ol  these pots one lou    of
granulated oro is placed, red hot, as
it leaves the oven. This heat is mi Indent, without any tire being placed
under lbe pot, to rotgnitu any sulphur
which may be left in It. Immediately other and cooled ore is placed ov-
,er the surface so as to prevent lire
breaking through. This is continued
until tho pot is full, a process requiring three or four hours. Then the
iron pot, moved ou trunnions, is untied violently over a slag pot, on the
cone of which lhe hot, (used contents
break into several pieces, showing red
hot on the Iractuud surfaces. A hose
is played on the mass which explodes
breaking into yet smaller iragmonts
and men with sledge hammers then
attack the 'pile breaking it into the
sue of coke as usually handled.
The (used ore is then ready for Ibe
furnace with the .sulphur burned out.
Mr. Ilebeflfin claims that the ore
is then iu such a condition, no matter
what its original constituents were,
that little or uo flux is required and
but little futl. Hence the economy
and hence the statement that two luu
ers and rolls,  where It  was reduced  t"on stacks "can put through" charges of
to a fluness corresponding to the size 15u tonS ea,h daily.
Hand roasting is going on at the
same time and the adoption of the
lleberlein process has still to be accepted by the smelter people. While
the assayer, K. Dledplphe, will say
'. nothing as to lhe amount of sulphur
K'ft by the process, he admits lhat it
ol corn. Tht nee il went n> the automatic sampler wimh further finely
crushed it and was then delivered to
the lleliitlcin oven. This is a huge
brick structure, the essential part of
which is a slowly revolving iron disc,
over 20 leet In diameter, slightly
idle    This disc  re-
Nl
lbe
volvcs about one
The crushed ore is
aperture In lhe ri
center ol the disc,
center is r spiral
is likely  to be adopted by the  mall'
■  m  four  minutes
delivered through agement.
iol,  exactly  in  the      '■ adopted lliis process would seem
Starting from the to indicate a revolution in lead snudt-
groove,  1500   feet  »ng in Canada, as the costs are evi-
nlty  to the
bide
ibe
ed i
demur
vailing.
far below those now pic
Ci
great s
l    gave
many
this week    by   ill-]
I
il.   |
ale
Read .
at ten
lady |
house se
ness.
Hold i!
Mis l'i
Wednesday
friends.
If yon want a furnace real bad,
you want it real good. This is tho
•'Sunshine" furnace. Hurns hard ot
sofl coal, cuke or wood.
Patmore Bros.
.lolin Kink relumed lasl week from
his trip to lbe coast, lie reports a
line time.
Cecil Prest was in Marysville last
Saturday taking some views ol lhe
smeller buildings for the Herald
Held A Co's. great sale   Head ad.
Mr. Wright has returned from Sirdar where be has been stationed the
past few weeks.
E, I,. Cliudlcigh,   chief despatch.!*,
been sulleriiig with a sprained an-
Iti.lii
II   lllll
all ho
ii i-o.i.i
mull-, i
I...M. ,s
ll„   I"
tu  show
ni i,s tn
i", oi im
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0
main .-
um   risk
... 'In, l.l
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hm -li.,i,!i..l ler
.■in c to the
ivei   Mi,- whole ul
..nl In ill-   waj
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LOCAL NOUS
I Picked Up About the City h) Asking
Question*) nf Miny   People.
great sale. Read ad.
tie and wife, ol    Kort
a town on Tuesday.
of Mi.vie,  was  in  lown
I,    it si   profits foi  iin
t hel
iban
losa  on   the uu'
...nee i.,.,ii.   in the rale* all
l,lss   nnd  lo make provision
,i thi 11
lot   ■
.i   ■
,,   \\ jH   i ..ii  ,    a   Liiiiiliii   nt  ei.nip,titles
, but as ib. I has In i n ii Ilea* J n 1
ii i. .ti in oidi i to provide loi thi ■
Initial   losses   whieh mn)  occui
iiiiiiii', it will bv an advantage to a new eoinpaii)
cut of iin- advanced rati
The i.ni ol such a large lo ■ lm< ing lakeh pli
• draw the .illililii.ii ..I lhe public    io    Un
il. ui)   Ui
I .il it
luiiili-
Ids   sill
alia la
ope
.ml
tclusive
inhlitilii
Coliip.n
protection to
conflagration!
These rii
Dominion ol i
nsk ul the ca|
In  persons ol
III    till*    OlltH*ll»l    	
The att.niioit of Investors
t.,1 is to be onlv $B2,&00.1)0 W
u.eivas.d to .100,01 ii dui iik
as it enables ihe Company lo
uut I the volume of business li
Companv to |uy dividends fro
small amount ol pum- on im
ra»M 1.   U will he Been ibat
His, ih rcby l
which will get the I
ie   Will also  have   a
necessity ol belter
cuing lhe dangoi uf
tint the fire insurance business
lui a sound basis, and thai thero li
being lost  if lhe business is oporr
\pnmiee,   such   as   it   is   lho   Intttll
fenfire
urge
f th.
the
mlled to the fact thai
ibe Company starts bush
■ noXt  llirco vents.   Tins
opt rated   un a   relative!
paid-up i'npi
is, and to bean advantage
small capital
AD UKlli A CO'S   Al>
u-  Mm seen  llie  silver   eahi
Norlands,
unk llolel,
■mate foi :
itcily wiih the
gone to Calgary
■ time.
s. groat sal,
iy,    bridge
Marys,  visited  town
Head ad.
ud   building
Keid A Co'
T. T   McV
Steele,   Wele
Hi.   I lame
Sunday.
Kor Sale—One of the best homes on
Maker hill, large house; all mu-L-ni
conveniences.   See "Hutch."
W. Langley, oi Kort Steele, was in
town Tuesday.
For Sale—3iil) acres 1 \ miles from
Cranbrook, $2 an acre, snap. See
"Hutch."
There is talk uf a baseball club be-
organized in Cranhrook,
kle the past WOCk.
To Rent—House on Kain street,
lot 36, block 24; 5 rooms, electric
light, waterpipe in kitchen, newly papered and painted; rent $15. Apply
to J. K. Armstrong.
Fiuk Bros, have a magnificent stole
front. It is of plate glass and ihere
is nothing liner iu lhe district.
Reid A Co's. great sale. Read ad.
A. P. Chenette has sold out his interest lu the hotel at Kurt Steele
Junction to bis partner, Mr. McCool,
Mrs. Hubert Haines, of Trchern,
Man., arrived this week for a prolonged visit with her sister, Mrs. A.
C. Nelson,
R. II. llohart, of Wardner, sold his
ranch across the river from that place
to a man named Hudson, wliu recently came frum  bnglaiid.
I. II. Wilson, of Wardner, has been
appointed agent for the C. P. 1..
townsite at J affray. Read his ad. In
this issue of the Herald. It will pay
you.
Reid A Co's. great sale. Read ad.
How much you know depends ou
your teacher. Call in and let ns tell
you about our .silverware. livery
piece guaranteed.
Wm. F. Tate A Son.
Commencing next" Monday the C. P.
R. will run a daily train to Kimberley from Cranhrook, Sunday excepted, S. Haruhai'dt tvill have charge ol
the train.
Reid A Co's. great sale. Read ad.
Last Saturday Tom Armstrong,
who has charge of the tlnsmlthing
department at .J. D. Mo-Bride's, had
his band badly burned by his ^as.j-
leiie lamp taking flrj).
r
This ticket to Portland Exposition and return is given
absolutely tree, heing one ui our advertising mediums.
Our stock is strictly first class, comprising Pipes, Cigars, lohiicis and Smokers' Sundries. Prices to suit
nuy kind uf taste or pocket hook. No complications in
this Free Ticket contest; every customer given the
same privilege. With every purchase of25c worth oi
goods we give <i boupon, the duplicate of which ts
placed in a sealed box. On September i*t the box is
opened, the coupons placed in a larger box and thoroughly mixed ; then coupons are drawn, the 15th being
the lucky number and winner of the ticket, the 14th
Second, the 1.. 11■ Ihirel and sunn down, the mi 111 he 1 un
the coupons advertised, and the ticket given to the
winner un receipt ol duplicate coupon. Should the
holder ol the w Inning coupon fail tu notify us un ur before September 12th, then we award the ticket to the
holder of the second coupon, and so on until the w inner
is decided.    Keep your coupon ; it nine be the w inner.
Competition uncier the supervision of a Committee
of Responsible Business Men. The night of the
drawing to be chosen by the Coupon Holders ....
The Winner can have VALUE IN CASH ii preferred
Mighton r&. Kelsell
TOBACCONISTS,
CRANBROOK. B.C.
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Frills)
.,nt „ni,
iiii.l Hum Walls
.„,   Apply  lo Mighton i
; 11
acre lots in South   Cran-
uiu numi; lost.  "Hutch,"
iii time to ,,,,'i-,'.,s.', and uill ,'„,ilil
tho start, u.s it  will only iriiiiii
iiuslunss    to    i„iy a good dividend on  lhe
Ile Capital i-an lit- Invested at once in lam.ls
urltics  an.l ,ull ,■„,„ 4J to 5 por cent without depending
on il..  iiiiiicrwrlTlng profit, which should easily realize as much more .ilicr
11" t'i1.!'""4,','tli,ffi-r',l"V-a'i',iJul Stock"oUlio Company ts $500,0011.00, being
6 000 shares .,1 $100 00 cac.li, of which   $280,000.0(1   will   be sold in any
"'^Ol" hc'wioS'nt sunscrilied 10 pel cent will lie payable on the call ol lhe
Provisional Directors, IH pcr cent on tho allotment ot stock, and 5 per cent
annually lor lhc lollowlng three years. „,,.,.      ,, , „„
Ono. hundred and titty thousand dollars Is now olforcd l„ the public on
the-e conditions, the Company reserving the right to reduce lhc amount ol
any application lor stuck ol more than ten shares.
Subscription blanks or further information may be
obtainetl from
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
District brokers for the Company
Tw
block, mi
Kclsall
liny five
brook; iW
suit, agent.
Mrs. W, A. Willtmore lias gone lo
Pembroke, Ont., to make an extended visit wiih her parents,
A good Imy's wateh at Wilson's
for $1.75,
II you wish a good laugh and enjoy
good music   do   nut miss Campbell's
Campbell's   Comedians   ou Saturday
ni^lu night, June 3.
Head onr ad.   Patmore Bros.
The Fernie Free Press Was considerably on in its report of the depot
disaster in this town.   It was unfortunate in its authority.
Keid A Co's. great sale. Read ad.
Wedding invitations    will be   lying
around this summer so prepare rour-
self hy having   us put away one   of
the many articles that we have   that
make suitable gifts.
Wm. F, Tate & Son.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Mrs. Terry   desires   the Herald to
extend the thanks of herself and husband to the C. P. H. Quadrille club
fur the handsome donation made fiom
__. .tlio proceeds uf the benefit ball given
Phone V9, Cranbrook'last *wk.
A big
wedding
Tate's.
House
Gurd.
slock
rings
ol   engagement   and
always    on  hand  at
it.    Apply    io W   F
.Mike Durlek was down from Marys
villi; Sunday last
T. Roberts and Constable Baron
visited Perry creek la^t Tuesday.
A lot and small hotlSO tu 1)0 sold
cheap fur cash. Owner leaving town
Apply at Herald office 10-2t
A. B, Konwick and Prod Blnmore,
ol Fort Steele,     were in town   lust
Monday.
Wilson, the jeweler, has just received a nice line of silver novelties.
Frank Clapp has opened his hotel at
Yahk and says that business already
is very good.
Last, but not least, wc have satisfied customers, which is the best  advertisement for a nian in business.
Patmore Bros.
Mrs. Sprats, mother of Mrs. Mc-
Cowan, and Miss McCowan, returned
yesterday from a visit to eastern
points.
F. J. Bradley A Co. have been doing some extremely line work the past
month, both in the way of decorating
and papering. This company have in
their employ some fine artists, and
this lact is evidenced by the excellence of the work they do.
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j CLINK'S   POPULAR j
BARBERSHOP
is now Incited in its comlorl-
able and Attractive new qu,ir-
J tcrs in the Watts buildinK. .*
| This institution is just up-to-
* date and is mod.rnly equipped
t to do just the best work in all
• branches ol the tonsorial art.
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THE SUCCESS OF OUR SALE has been more
than we had ever hoped lor. But could it well be
otherwise, with cjoods selling lor less than one half
their actual worth. Imagine 12 Men's Linen Collars $1.00; II pair all all-wool Sox for S1.00; all
up to date all-wool Men's Suits S4.95; a genuine
Box Calf Shoe worth $3.50 tor $1.45, and all
other goods in the same proportion. J* J* J* J* .4
HILL  & CO., Cranbrook's Greatest Store
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Our Latest Car Contains
FIRE CLUY PLASTER PARIS
GARTCRAIG FIRE  BRICKS
SIDE AND END ARCH BRICKS ROCK SALT
VITRIFIED SFWER PIPE PORTLAND CEMENT
J. D. McBRIDE
liu nin Store iimt kcepi everyibloi in me liriru-Aarc line
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goldsiream
fiotel *
J. R. DOWNES,
A Short Drive
From Victoria
M.nul.i'lurerf "I
Rough and drsjuiod
l.l P1BER j.mJ
DirtENSIONS
Also nil   kinds ot
MOULDIN 13
HILLS 41
Jaffray, Kyan and
Cranbrook. B C.
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People of South East Kootenay who visit Victoria should
not fail to visit Goldstream. <**■
It is the tourist's paradise.
LUMBER
Robinson=AkKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
..DRINK..
CRANBROOK BEER.
Made from the best malt and purest water, it is
unexcelled for quality.    AsK for CranbrooK
Deerand insist on Having it.
The Cranbrook Brewing <& MaJiii\$ Co. Ltd.
Also Manufacturers of a.11 kinds of Aerated YV;\ters.
CRANBROOK. *   *   *   British Columbia
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NEWS   OF   THE
DISTRICT
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
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H. L Sleplicns.
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Morrisscy (Mines is still
turning out its usual qudta
of coal. The big Alexandra
hotel is still the best conducted hotel in Hast Kootenay. Your money's worth
at all times.
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THE ALEXANDRA
Stephens lints. & C.,., Owner,; and.Proprlelor,
Morrissey Mines, B. C.
II. I. Stephen.
Morrissey is the place to
take the Great Northern
train for Spokane-the
time is 12 hrs.; 24 hrs.
to Seattle; 32 hrs. to
Vancouver dt *# dt dt
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Blli WHITE HOTEL.
Stephens Bros,, Owner, unit Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
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11, ,i ears of Seed wheat
and Seed Oats unloaded a
fc-w clays ago and are go-
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if you reguire any   :   :   :
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...Manitoba Hotel...
(Under Ne4V Managomont)
1). A. McDONALI), rlanager
Ttv<- Hotel is in the center of town.   The^ rooms are
comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first-
class, and the bar is supplied with the best.   When you
want a good place lo stop come to the Manitoba.
WE OIVE VOU VOUR MONEY'S WORTH
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CHENETTE A NEAL, Proprietors
MARYSVILLE, B. C.   „ Thf >n«* ?ni ft*
equipped   hotel in the
St. Marys valley. ..* Commodious Sample Rooms.
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Changing ylasbes for reading
antl distance la entirely dona
nway -with by using uur
Bifocal lenses—thej may *M
u«d In rimleu eyegluM*.
fOpy are new
1 A 1L-. I    are swei|
The photographic mounts
: Just in  at the PREST PHOTO CO. Studio where every-
«3J thing'  in photography is up
8 to the minute.
|  Prest Photo Co.
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TIMBERLANDS
FOR SALE OR LEASE
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Co-
umbia Southern and Columbia & Kootenay
Railway land grants for sale and to lease on
favorable terms.
These lands contain some of the finest
timber in the Kootenay District.
For' terms, maps and further particulars apply to the following
local laud agents:
V. Hyde Baker, Cranl,rook, B. 0
I, H. Wilson, V. urilnnr. B, C.
R. K. Bruce, Wilmer, II. 0,
J'.. Matlandaine, Jr., Creston,
H, & M. Bird, Nelson, B, C.
B, C.
Or to
J. S. DENNIS,
British Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
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When You
Clean House _
Bring your curtains and
carpets to us (or washing.
Wn itiiiki' n gpi-fiuK)' nf washing (!  I'. K.uvunitis.
No Chinamen   employed
Crows Nest
Sleam Laundry
SLATERS HcPllEE, Proprietors
s_nkbs ■sarxBsBs.r.jrN _^IS **
FERNIE.
(Krom ibe Free Press.)
Five   hotels   wow summoned
week fur tbe Infringement oi tho
day elosiut. act.   They are tlie
IraJ,    Keniic,  Kings,  Kotua anil
Queens. Various adjournments wero
granted this week on applications
from tbo di'U'tidiuiis. Tin- oases cro
now sel (ur next Tuesday.
Al a meeting of Uu* Ki-uii.* eiub a
ft*w evottlngs ago a- fuitbei   lease    ul
ii-*-* present (mart-eta fur twu more
years was agromi upon, Before tlu*
expiration ol that date Hie club will
liht'ly build on the fine site |Orotl the
Stll'l'l.
Dr. Corsan's residence has undergone Severn) Important Improvements
of Ute und lb now one ot ilu- most
Imposing residences in tlie city,
II. Cameron, yardruastci at tin: C.
]'. It., it-it this wi-f. on u leave ol
absouca io spi-ml some liQlitlays lu
Alhiuu. I-:. Dudley is tilling lits
plftCU.
Uus tutus Officer J, I). Gordon, ol
Gateway, Mrs. Gordon nwl iltulr
three children i..uk advantage ui tin*
Bxcurstoii on Wcdjiesda) to visit, with
liifitits in Kt'tiiii'.
An automatlo register lias been added io tin- equipment ol tin* central
tolepliuno olliee ibis week. For tli.
lirst three days tliere* were registered
1,850 calls. During eight hours on
Tuesday there were registered 13-t
calls.
Mr. (;. tl. S. l.in.lsey last week received by express a consignment ui
100 Ontario shade trees, which he is
introducing as an experiment in Fcrnie. A row of these has been planted
in front of the Park house and another row along the east front of lhe
cumpany office site. Many of the
shipment were given to parlies riter-
isttd in the culture uf deciduous shade
trees to plant in their lawns. II the
experiment proves a success Mr. Liud-
sey will" give an order for a larger
shipment next year. The trees received consist uf horse chestnuts, maflles,
locust,   elm,   mountain ash,  ele.
Monday being the anniversary of
the culliety explosion of Coal Creek
the mines were closed down, a com-
imiu*t- uf Messrs. Uiggs, McClim.-nt
mul How brook arranged lor a commemorative servlco to be held in
Stork's Opera house, and ilie mayor
at the request of the cuitimitttec issued a publu. notice asking all the
business houses to close between ihe
hours of 2:00 and -UO p. M. This
was strictly complied with- At 2.1)0
p. in. tlie Italian band headed the Iiul
Inn and Slavonic societies and marched to lite Human Catholic church and
thence to the cemetery. Al 2:30 Knglisli speaking miners and many
frirnds and sympathizers gathered ut
the opera house. Mr. T. Biggs occupied the chair and with him on the
platform were Revs, Hartlelt, Dunn,
Poole and Ewing, and Messrs. W. E.
Jones and F. II. Sherman, of the U.
M. W, of A. The service took the
it.ini of impromptu speaking, sacred;
music, iiible reading, and a sermon hy '
Hev. Hartlelt.
On Tuesday the C. P. R. Depot received a shock which reminded the inmates painfully of the Cranhrook cat-
as tuphe. A train standing un the
linns, track while all tbe trainmen
away to dinner slowly and mysteriously began tu bad; up. The end
nf ihe track was soon tenoned and the
•iiis ploughed through the finder bed.
TllO planks Connecting Un. freight shed
and ihe platform were torn aside nml
the ears continued their onward
march slowly but surely. Finally
tbey backed up lo the steps leading
in the depot, These were utterly demolished and the whole building shook
'lenily. It was discovered tha-1 tho
throttle ol the engine was leaking,
and   thus supplied motor power.
.HiltKIOIK.VT IS RATlFlF.il.
Fcrnlo Free Press: On Monday uf
this week the miners al t'hfl ihree
collieries took a refeiYiidutn vote in a
new agreement submitted to them by
their committee, The vote went toll
io one in lavor of the agreement as
the following figures show:
For   Against   Maj.   For
Fernie    183 24 150
Michel    188        14 172
Carbonado..   109 9 100
isaeted   business
I    to   Mr
Wednesday   i
.ui,i
Tuesday.
K. \. MoBetti
in Cranbrook Monday.
A d.iugbtt'1 was
Mrs William Tope
ing.
Miss Klsie Srbtilt/ was up hum
Cniuluinik during the week.
The C. P, H. have made some beneficial Improvements nu theti grounds
near the Moyie station.
Hev. Louis Thomas returned last
Saturday from Vancouver, where, he
was attending MetbodiBt conference.
Juiui on<- returned in Moylo Sunjlaj
uflel  an  absence of several  weeks    in
Spokane  and    iu      lbe  Coeur  d'A It-lie
country.
A very pleasant OVtning uas spent
i hy those whu al tended the social given in tingle  Hall   ttw
(ladles ol   lbe  CalliolU'
I was laxed to its full
{ ihe   cvetl'ng and  Iho
j alike  eiiji.v. d   il
j K.xcclh til    lUUKll
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INCORPORATION
is what we want and have
FIRST CLASS ACCOMODATION    f
I'ri.l. Wilson,
|iiano, ami Mr. Jai
iict. Tho  ovtmliig's
'I'lm two largo arlditluns lu
i'lugetic litiiler antl caiiiprossoi
iii.^s aro tiuisli,',! anil ri'uil, I
tin' ni'iv iiiAiliiiK'iy when ii
Tlitf Jii-itijll i',)i„|,i„ssui wuii
from Shorbrook, Oni i ilu
is what the people want, and get at the
Cosmopolitan Hotel. Nothing small
but the name.      .*       j»       j*       .*
E. H. SMALL, rlanager
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tlln.lixli- and k'.-lnl,
MEAT
MERCHANTS
:resh und CuredJMeats
I roll    I ish,   (innic   and
Poultry.
supply unh lhe   hi
trade i> sulkilcd
I       \uut
21th.    |
Marken* in all the principal lowni
In Khii.h Columhii
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TRICK  EOESES
are ull
right to watch,
but not  to
drive.
The horses wb
use in our
LIVERY
SERVICE
nro so
lectori for i
jervici
■ tis well us
show.
^ootl
lively road-
slurs
thnl  will
enrry
vim safely
fchoro
uml bnek.
For
u drive or n
ride wo run stipj
ily ynu with ti good
liorsu
tuul u pro)
mr carriage.
FATALITIES AT ROSSLAND.
Kosstaiid, U. C, May 24.—Two men
killed and three injured is the list uf
t usualitics in the Kusslaiid mines during the past 2-1 huurs.
The lirst fatality occurred about
midnight last night, when Hugh Hen-
uett, a young miner, employed in lho
Josie, was coming utli shift. He slip-
pod from the ludder atld fell intu a
timber chute, a distance of 5u leet.
lie died while he was being taken lo
the surface. There were uo external
injuries and the physicians said lhe
cause ol death was a ruptured blood
vessel. Bennett was „1 years old, a
native uf Iceland, and had beeu in
the camp a little over a year.
At 1 o'eluek today U\i llun.leli.ul,,
a shoveler In the l.e Hoi, had lil1'
rout cave in on him where lie wus
working on the Ttill foot level. Ills
left leg was, so badly shattered Hal
it had tu be amputated above the
kiue.
At 4:30 this afternoon un tbe 1050
fuot level of lhe Le Hot, Steve Welsh
was picking behind the machine when
the sharp point of the Implement
struck u stick uf dynamite that had
not exploded when the previous luuu.l
of boles had been fired. Tho dynamite
exploded under the impact of the implement and the result was that Wash
was Instantly killed, his body being
badly mangled,
John Shlmgiteskl, a machine man,
who was nearby, was hurled a considerable distance hy the explosion,
aud his leg broken, while Alex. Me-
Failaiul, another machine man, who
was a little further away, was severely cut about the head and face.
welsh was a native uf Newfoundland, aged 18 years, and has lived
with his father here for the past two
years.
47
431
Totals    478
The vote was taken at different
times but to ensure that it would
record a fair and unbiased expression
of opinion no amfeuncement of results
was made until all the votes were
registered and counted. The vote
Fernie was somewhat smaller than
was expected. This was partly due
to the fact that the Italian and Slu
vonic employes were attending meet
ings of their respective orders on that
morning. It is known that they were
favorable to the settlement almost to
a man.
The agreement whitih is to run until Maroh 81, 1907, was duly signed
by the committee and the coal company yesterday and the collieries
once more enter upon a period of industrial peace and prosperity,
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flOYIE.
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I9Q5     NEW     1905
Tli«- most attractive lim* of
Wall Pevpers
ever
Pressed Goods
rn in Craubrook
Stript* Effects
Varnished Tiles for Bathruums
Mouldings tu Match all Papers
HOUSE AND   SIQN   PAINTING
F.J. Bradley & Co.
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FIVE ACRE TRACTS.
I
The Hand ley Livery Stables
(Fl«B   m-% Uttoi.)
Desallolei was In Cranbrook with self supporting homes.
A NUMBER HAVE HKKN PLACMI) I
ON SALK SOI Til OF
CRANBROOK.
It has been proved conclusively that
the Cranbrook district Is capable   of|
producing   fruit.  The    Robinson-Mo- j
Ken/ie Lumber company, limited, realizing this, have decided to place   a
number uf five acre lots on tlie mar
ket.  Twenty-two of these have been -
sniveled and arc now for sale.     The
distance from Cranbrook postoflice to
these lots   is   one    mile and twenty j
yards and a Rldnwnlk will he built (ur
the whole distance.  Ample provision
has been made for roads mid tho close
proximity of the laud-, tu Cranhrook
.should recommend thorn to those who
desire    tn    engage in frull growing,
funning on a small scale ur poultry
raising.   Kvery bll of these lands can
be Irrigated,    but   Ibis,   for   most
things, is nut a necessity, as a great
ileal uf the    ground  Is sub-lrrlgaU'il
and keeps moist through out Ihe summer months.
These lands will lake very little
clearing as ihey have all been logged
over and a plow can be put iu almosl
anywhere. A branch of agrluullure
whieh has been overlooked tu a great
extent, and fur whicli these lands are
a-lmjrahly adapted, is the culture of
routs for winter use. Turnips, carrots, parsnips and so on bring never
less than a cent a pound, and thoy
arc easy to cultivate and a surevrop,
Apples, p)ums, cherries and straw-
berries tiLways do well.
Some of these lots are already .'■uld
and une Cranhruu man is nuw preparing to put in two acres of straw-
aiid an acre and a half of apples,
plums and pears this summer.
The price of these lands is most reasonable and the terms very easy indeed, and the Kohinson-McKen'.ic
Lumber company supplies lumber at a
reduced rate to those buying these
lands. As soon as the twenty-
two lots nuw surveyed are sold mote
will tie placed on the market.
The Herald looks for a great future
fur the distriel south uf Cranbrook
aird It will not be long before ihe
country   thereabout! will be studded
o. o. c.
A carload of ham and bacon  just receiv-
.<     v<     ed  from   Chicago     ,st     ,*
CALGARY CATTLE CO.
Buy a Lot in Jaffray!
It is a Good Investment
While They Are Cheap
Jaffray is sure to be flic Junction of the Kootenay
Central and the Crows Nest.   Lots will advance
Thu C, P. K. has placed h small pint on su|o nl that  point.
There are not many lots for s.-ilu.   Get in while you haw n
chance.   For particulars and prices write lo
1. H. WILSON,
Sole Agent        Wardner, British Columbia

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