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Array THE CRANBROOK HERALD.
VOLUME   T.
OUANBBOOK,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   Tltl'USDAY,   SEPT,   s.   1904.
NUMBER   24
Wanted Immediately !
AGENTS
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tHift ran utfci lhem    Voplj mm hn Icrtna
PI'l.llAM NURSGRN CO   roroato, um
N H Will make ar rum
ut tor Hie i »-
.il lu
J.M.DERR,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done,
Footwear lo Measure a Specialty
B.C. LIVERY
and FEHD STABLE
Now rigs, good driving
uml amlilli- horses nt
reasonable rnte. I Inr
ainijwill bo to give gootl
care t" nil horses stabled witli us.
N. C. McKINSTRY, Prop.
Drink Home Beet
It is Pure
it is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
John W. Wolf
Boot, Shoe and
Harness Maker
Old shoes made new.   All kinds
ol repairing.   Qlve me a call.
McVittie & Laidlaw,
.*.
Mining Engineers
uiul Surveyors,
CRANBOOK, B, C
THUS. T. McVlTTIE, P.I -S.
J. i. LAIOLAW, M, E.
I). J. JOHNSON
CARPENTER
CHURCH DIRECTORY
Cranbrook Methodist Church.
oruer ol lllOIOI K>e*ut and Lusls Streel
-iio-luv   Si-rviee-
DUine Worsblii         It* v
PuHtor, rt .1 Thompson
Cranhrook tiiptl.t Church,
i.lt.oviim m a Imt  nl Ihc aarvlTM held
i lln* Ilu
ii ml in
11  a in and 7 -10 p
 :i p. ui.
H p. ui. Tii'-mliiy
..S p. ui. Wedut-ediiy
nliall.T   invited lo  ullriul
Pastor, .1.1- sloat.
Cranbrook Presbyter.in Church.
hrtstlau l.iulea
1 l a. in. and 7
ul nil.le class	
ort*Tueaday	
.niliiiily invited  t
■III p. ui.
„ _ p. BI.
...8 p. ta.
■ ait cud
. \V. (I, W. Kortuue ti. i.
Crescent: Lodge No. 88
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B. C.
Meets timi and 4th Tuesday al 8 p. in. in
i n. I-', hull.
J. A. Ati_oi.li, K. U.S.
X. Hn.i.,l'.r.
IUiir Brethren cordially Invited i<» attend.
Cranbrook Local Inloo 1241 ol ibe Hailed
Brotherhood of Carpenters aid Joiners
of America.
This l l meets every Friday eYenlm al
l p. iu.
.I.A.I
ul. 1.. I
i Bretlu
IlKi *Si
hull.
n Cordially Invited.
J. li. Mcl)o>Ai.n.
PHKBlUtMT
I.O.O.F. Key City Udgc
No ... Meet! every Mon-
1 day night at tbelr linll on
linker street, ftojourlnic
dd Fellows cordially invited.
S ,1    \l rrnv, W. B. McFarlane.
N.   It. nee'..
Lranbrook Lad|e, No. 34
K. F. ft A. M.
U.-r-ului   lueetluf* 00   t t*
third Thursday or  t
in. in ti,
\i_mng licet ren welcomed,
M, A. Kkais. Secy,
*
CRANBROOK  .RANCH OF
TUB  A. I- IJ.   NO __
j Vllltlni -_lli*ea 4uiOI.ll. ln> lied tl Bl.eee*
W.R.BEATTY
UNDERTAKING
and
EMBALMING
CRANBROOK
TELEPHONE   89.
iiiiiu- removed tu store buiidloi aeii
K-.ii llulel alter   _U|ast tat.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
KAILWAY
Nelson Exhibition
Sept. 2_ and »
SINGLE FARE. -- RETURN
.run all »!»•■>. knlllleke «
..rait.  I.cladlai all  »,..-*."
World's Fare Rates
October ,i,  ,.   5
STUDENTS' RATES, EAST
Un sale until Sept. ao
LOW S_TTL.KS' KATES. WESIIW1H.
Suld dally, Sept. IS to Oct. IS
For lllll |.|ll lirilllll«.|.|.ly Inlu
■ul aneiil-
U. Hlllitr, Ajeol, CrMbrw.1..
J.S,CARTER, E. J.COYl.E
D.P.A., Nelson  A.n.l'.A. Vancouver
Dezall Brothers
Blacksmiths
Horse Shoeing
Carriage Repairing aad
Qeneral Jobbing....
Qnltl-lc Orteri Pra.i.l;
Aliened le.
5,, ,,, ,,,„8
East Kootenay
Bottling Co.
Aerated Waters
Of all kinds
Syrups,   Champagnes, Ciders
Ginger Ales, Etc.
Soda water in siphons.   The most
economical way to handle it.
THE
STRATHCONA
Formerly lintel Ph. Ir
NELSON, B. C.
B. T0I.PKIN5, Manager
riiiK iiuii'i is ..in-
liriiish Columbia
in over) rt*B|i,'»t
sample rooms,
ot   111,'   Im-I   i
lll.l   llp-to-llll
Well   li-.l.li-
0. P. TISDALE,
Craprletoi <>r tti«
Cranbrook
Candy Kitchen
Carrlei a complete Hook of
Candies,'Iruils, Nuts,
Biscuits, Pipes and
Tobaccos. ww «•> -<n
BOOTS SHOES
Having innvlinsf.1 tin- Btwk of
JUittlB uml Shows of  tlic Kim ly
estate, I sun now prepared to give
my customers Borne
CHEAP * BARGAINS
Anyone rteBlring ttnytlitrig in
this line wilt Bave money by cull*
iny un.l investigating tor tliem*
ft'I VPS.
LEROY SAGE
,********-*®
Have Vou Aoy Palatini lo be D>ae?
Uo Aoy ol Vour Rooms Need Paperlni?
IF SO SEE
W. N. CLARKE.
Estimates given on large con-
tracts. We don't wnnt the
1'nrtli. We want tn please
ymi with the work i.iul receive
re_80.i_l.le pay.
Royal liolel, Craebrook
®******
H.C. RHODE
THE—
Harness Maker,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Br
dloa, Smlillcs
llni-si- Slippl
Harness ;
i-s in stork
AND
9*
builder UNDERTAKING
1 EMBALMING
IOBBING   ATTENDED   H)
OFFICE ANU SHOP
OLD IttKALU BUILDING j
SIMPLE
STRONC
511DIT Omii^imMBus?tm
Purchase Price $3.00 a month
Allowance made for old machine
BE.
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
CRANBROOK.
A Ur-fi* Stock in Caikets and
Rota,   j*   9*
Phone night and day 77
MACCONNELL FURNITURE
CO'Y.
CRANHROOK, ». C.
..Repairing uf all Kinds..
Each month.
l m
brook
have i
wurk.   S.
pfitimnteB
• more work in Cran*
The people evidently
itiiliMuv in nn' nml my
■m-i* tne for nlans and
plans
James Greer
itraotor iiml Builder
Prest Photo Co.
studios:
Cranbrook, Fernie, Moyie
...British Columbia...
OVER THE PROVINCE,
Moyie Ims started n rni.l i
l.-ru.
M..mssi'> Mines is f
*er new sidewalks.
•I'l,,-  church of Ki
iiii.I n now iiliti
Trilea-Wootl compauy.of I-
it rebuild until nexl yeur.
'I'lu- average  school  nil,-iiilliin*
it fernie during August wus tfiO
,'lillU
iglmul is i<
Ki-i-iii,-.
,-r	
wi
il-*
■ Italians nf Fertile will cole.
(Iiiriilmlili   ilay.  September
Th
lirut,
20th
Beaton wub nearly destroyed l.y
Iin* mi tin- evoulng ..f Auiiiist
2llth.
An Italian, >.f Pernle, wus tound
guilty nf dynamiting lish nml
BnedllS,
.luliii Smith, uu old .-iti'/.™ t.F
Fernie, wns found dead in .».i out
hiii.81' in thai town Inst week,
Dr. IC. I!. Arthur, ol Nelson, wus
injured lust wi-t-k liy falling down
a rooky declivity, Fortunately liis
injuries were not nf n Borious
nature,
*,Thu Nelson News says that .1.8.
Carter uf the C, P. lt. went sli.-ut-
iii(. un the lirut. hi- saw oue f«_
lien on u treo ami tin-il seven shots
nt it and then t,. make sure nf liiu
quarry In* hit it on the In-ml with a
stick. Hi- said if it hml not been
so wild he would linve gut it tlic
tirst sliut.
The provincial appointments for
the newly Incorporated town of
Fcruie nre us follows: \V. H.
Whiinster, city police magistrate!
Alderman, A, H, Cree and A. W.
Biensdell, city ix.li.-n commissioners; Alileru.n'ii P. K. Lundle and
.1 A. Broley city license coinmls-
sioners, Mayor Stork is an es-
offioio member of the lleonso and
police commissions.
A music teacher in Roveletoke
named -luim-s Taylor, got struck
on the slot machines in that town.
One machine a titty cent one ■
seemed to get the 1k-bI of him. uml
In- wanted to piny even. He took
nn Imlf u ilollur. i'or a pattern, mmle
| a mould of plaster of I.iris, pour-
led in lend and produced n coin in
I tin- rough. These he covered with
tin foil nnd went titter the mnchine,
He pulled out *18 la-fore the pro-
prietor got. next. Judge Kuril.
sentenced him to the Nelson jail.
EARL GREY GOVERNOR.
Sept. 1. KiuH Edwan
■■I tin* appointment o
_. governor .general  o
iuiri-tjsinii   to the  K:u
Loudon,
haa approv
•arMiivy;
Canada in
ttMlulo,
iTln- tu'xt covernor-general i>t"
Caiiii.ln  will  be    Albert   M«'iin
(•mm-, curl (Jn-y.
Tin- furl who Is the fourth wear-
- uf tln> titlf is deseeuded fmm
(general Qroy, n hritisli eoutuuuid*
iiiLr officer in tin- American rt*volu*
tlonary war. and creoted au earl
in 180ft, having been baron Grey
Binee \H)\ anil vIbcouiiI HowIck
180ft,
The preaent earl was bom on the
28th of November, 1851, wns* edu.
eated al Harrow nnd Trinity college, Cambridge, graduating with
honours In history and law in l^T-'i.
In 1SH0 he wasoleeted to the house
ot commons for Suutli Northumberland In tbe liberal Interest and
uuiiiii in l^."» fur the Tyneside
division nf thr same county.
He married in 1x77. Alice, third
daughter of Robert Staynor Hoi-
fun! M. P. His eldest son and
heir, Charles Robert, viscount
Howlck wns iHirti in 1870, and lias
Berved as second lieutenant in the
First 1-iifi' (1 minis.
lu INM 07 earl Urey was administrator of Rhodesia. Since 1808
lie lias lieen a director of the Britisli South Africa company. In
ISiKl In- wns appointed lordlieuten-
tint of Northumberland. In the
same yenr he published "Hubert
Hervoy, a memoir."
Although a liberal aud a loyal
follower of Mr. Gladstone, Karl
Grey Ims belonged lo tin- little
group of lilwrnl imperialists of
whom lord Rosebery is the leader.
His tiaini' has always been associated with those who stand f* r
Greater Britain and strong foreign
policy, while adhering to the liberal policy nf reform at home.
(iruwing School.
The attendance at the
for August was ns follows;
ichooh
Timber Notice.
Talc*notic* tbUfe Uliitj .:».<,» utter tiaiW, 1
l.e Qodvrtigtitd, lutein] to Bpplj iu iki ektm\>
uiiniiiBii.ut. r nt IudiUadiI workft. Ti_t«ri>
It. C Im  ti (.[..iiui In . k. .  i,t .m md *mci*
uili.r lu,m ih. tallowing •!*»i Html l»n*li *»
tnutli Rwt K.M.iHim.v UiHtrirt
' • lllllll*-!.. i 1,C Hi  It |.,.-t l.l.ilitf.l Kt    li •"■_*>
hm rornvr nt lui -ji'-, ili.u.K norlh ■•
tinnm. ll.. n. . >.-„l KU i Linn-. t.mirt *-.*\Wi
10 i_il.li.. tli-lt.i- .iipI  RO   illliill*   tu   (■.'••.■•I
lMlr.| .1  Un
i.iii*_ litu ni i
art ei i«
ti   , *•"*
Notice ol Dissolution*
nli liutt.1 i-i
I buHltit-u
i.v i_.• v•-j. ilmi Hi- partn«rtbl|
nui. l__t»< -ilifltan l < iavp
...lV.*il l._.  Hull lllll . ultnt-Ut       I.
limn*   i Iltcl   tLi-   Wrul
illlHU nn.I | - ru nil l.ili* .*iij[ttiu»t
IIII.I   .nlli'i't   (ill   HirtillllU   J_.
>nk    It <
-1 III V
*   KHGLTI
I. t UPK
11*04
Timber Notice.
int. alt'
-• f I mi. ii.i t..ii|.|.l>
iif lumls
ii-l
nr ii n|.i-.*inl li.i*ii«f i<- . tn
itul-T li'ini tin- fiillu--in-,
iiiiiiii- in South Knit K.i.ii
i'iiinuii*iii'iii_: nt m |.n-' i-l
KHlii.lmy n| llitii ll.me. p
he south kokI
tiralwi Ii.i-um-.
ast sn chalui
,mt mu i-Linii*
1'nt-Hl tln.M
. r illtt
iii,-iiili-f rotnnt*'
.. Viriurta,  H C,
nut   i-ttrr.v   tt»it>
llftorilNHl    lltlllti
.  H
timer nl U".
in*e in rtli
i thf north
  ntnl nt
ROi liiiinn.llieiii
■ I I..-i:iiimii<
imiit 10O4,
IIIIIM-UMIIIIIIIttllMM
m WRIQHT &
t
NULLWARD'S •
ORCHESTRA
Musi' iurni-heJ fur \Kt\H, Panic*.
T»o lo seven pie-.ee.
The Two Factors
nt a pleasant drive ure tnrnl_l-.il hy iheliorwi
Hii,l carriage.
In addition i" thoae, our uuim. tiuvemui'b
moraatyla, than talonnd In the iwubI livery
fin-
The Hendley Livery Stables
mn tnnn. li Biiitiihle mn tlth im any |>ur|>iuM>
nr occasion,
i mttliH (or ffeddliigB. 1 nis, etc., at in
.rat. charge.. ,ul. llANnl,Kv.
DRS. KINQ & MILES,
DENTISTS
0P1CK HOURS
'J tu Iff a. tu.
I lo ll p. ni.
" .u a u. iii.
CKANBHOOK, H.C
Cranbrook
Livery 3
GEARY & DOYLE
Proprietors
HARVKY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Until Blank Crtobr-wk, B C.
.SAVE TIME.
ALL THE TIME
HY U.!. II
ITEMS FROM MOYIE
-rum III. Mnvl* Lemter
Mrs. A. (.'. C'uok anil daughter ot
Cranbrook wero here this week tin-
miests »( Mr. un.l Mrs. It. Campbell.
M. A. I'liiil.-ii. nt Greenwood,
arrived arrived lii-r.- this w.-.-k mid
linn tnkmi the priiieiiHtlship ot the
Moyie school succeeding Mr. Sutherland.
The most of the building material tor lioth the Catholic and Methodist churches is on ll.e grout.il
anil D.J.Johnson, the contractor
will la-gin work on tlii-ni  in a few
ilnys.
Florence Hur.»er left on Monday
fur Calgary to attend school, -luck
Cronin. .inni.-s Hurp.-r. Norberl
Mini, rstnlit will n-turii to (ioiiziign
college In Spokane m-xt week.
Two large maps have been r.--
,-i-iv. .1 from the Department of the
Interior at Ottawa tor the Moyie
school. The request for thom was
lunil.- l.y W. A. Galllhor, the member, for'this district.
Fell Sixty .Ml.
l,i.t_TiriilgcT September
a. H. THOHPSON.
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public.
Cranbrook, B. C
Palate aid Touriit Sleeper*. Bullet. Library
Cera, Mwlera Day Cuacbea, l.iniiif Car..
■Meal, a la Carle.
Teatua ami ilrivera fumlabeil for auy
point in Hie illatrlct,
A. U0Y1.B, Miuitr.
DRS. KING & (WEEN,
Physicians and Surgeons
Olllee al ReiMeice, Arnitraif Ave.
OFFICE HOUKSi
Fare.Mii,   *   *   *   *  Wt l» II
Alterami,   ■   ■   ■   ■   HMMMt
Hr»la|.   •   *   *   *    lltUWt
CRANHKOOK,   : I   ».
SEATTLE. TACOriA
ANI, Al.l. I'Al'irll- COAST 1*01X18
St. Paul, ChkuRii, New York
ASH Al.l.   I'lHSTS RABT
BEST riEAl-S ON WHEELS
"%  FAST TRAINS  7
L East and West Dally **
Speelal euuraloi rale, to World'! Fair, St.
Lout*.     Your choice of route.
Knr n.ti-a, dilileis ami lull Information
regarding trips, call '"i "< «<l.l«ss
A
_..il accidenl happened to n party
ni work u engaged In painting
UioBlnnd plpo ol Iko waterworks
Bystem al pr.-s.-ut under construe
timi. George Moore, ol London.
England, bill for tho past uv
years a resident of Lethbridge:
Walter Itnidi. of Chicago! iiiiiI I'*.
L. Lombard, of  Los Angeles, were
in a suspended scaffold about 00
feet from the ground when the
rope Wring the pulli-vs parl.-d
and they fell to thejoottom, Lombard BUtforetl severe dislocation ol
tho limbs and also internal injuries
from wliich he died an hour afterwards at Gait hospital. Moore had
liis left arm and leg broken und
suffered a bud gash on tho inside
of the arm whicli severed the main
artery and from whicli he bled
profusely. The arm was after*
arils amputated by Dr. \V. V.
Mevvburn. It is feared that lie
has suffered internal injuries and
1 a critical condition. Rauh
luni Initli legs broken badly and
also his jaw and is suffering from
bad bruises alxmt tho body, mil
will probably recover.
. lli.il.- Al
1 if,.M
ll HA.B2
III 38.7-i
IV H8.0_
There are enrolled in the divisions,
tlivi.iuu Pupil. fioy.       Dirt.
I HI 11 22
II 12 21 21
111 I."i HO to
IV 7H----..-1H HU
Total      IHI 108
The attendance in the primary
division has increased so rnpiilly
the department lias authorized the
trustees to open up a fifth division,
This division will, it is expected
la-ready by the tirst of lletola-r.
Even then, a number ot the rooms
will have more pupils than the
teachers can do justice lo. and it is
only a matter of n short time be-
fore a sixth teacher will he appointed,
Court ol Ascieat Order ol Foresters.
Court 8948 of Ancient < Irder of
Foresters was organized at Crnnbrook by l'.C.H. A. MoCowan of
8846, -iiriiliiim. tju.-.. on Monday.
Aug. 29th, 1904. Tin- following
officers were Initiated and installed:
C.R., A. McCownir. Sub. C.R.,
F, M.-Keiiiia; See.. VV, Abeinethy;
Trees.. C, A. Abbott; S.W...I. Mc
Donald: J.W., 3. MoLaughlin;
SB., li. W. Ablaut: .1.11.. W.J.
Sheplierd: Trustees. .). Sims. J,
Laurie..I. Howe-, Auditors. VV. P.
McDonald. W. D.Twohey- Organist..I. Wright.
Tliis is tlie hrst lodge under the
Subsidiary High Court of Canada,
in British Columbin,   There were1
28 members on il lu.rter with
live nominations for the next open-
Ingot tin- court. The momuers of
tlie A.O.F. Intend lo lie second to
none in tin- Kootenays. Notifications ot all meetings will Ih- fouud
iii the Herald.
* Cranbrook.    -    *     -     h. C
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. *************************
J       C, H. DUNBAR       5
4    Barrister. Solicitor,  Notary   *
J Public, Etc. I
2    Cranbrook.     -     •     B
***************'
******
CIUN'BROOK I."I..1K. *91:'.,
ANCIENT ORDER ui FORESTERS
i RAXBKOOK, B.C.
\l--ei- 1-t ami Snl Ti lav every moiuli
ill Al.l.ill-.lnl...
Vi-iiinj bretlu ordlally Invited
A. _•' ..-4 1- I   II      IV-,. Aihiim:tbi.__*'.r
WONG FONG
Peali-r   ill    al
Japanese Fani
nur li.,*- i.i Cll
Japrnic>e T_i!
kin.l. ol Chinese ai_i
.' - >.--!-.   Call Biui ,m
...... - ilka, t'!,itit--4- aud
:.|., Novellies, Mc.
Store on Armstronj; Avenue.
DR. A   I). MORQAN
PHYSICIAN .nil 'l-HiEO\
lm. i -Ann.-1-4.i.i;  Av-mi-.  npi-oafre M.-
I ..i.l.-II . iilri:i->l4'  *tO_"
-K'T-,.444,'    '.. to 111 alti-r
44  4114    ,.4V|,it
4'
11,4 4   ,1-
I    II	
...      Ill
j anu,
, BIDLAKB, M. H. C. V,
VETERINARV SUROEON
■ Dent isl ry n
a Speeia
l.iillietiess
Tel. No. 7..
i.K .SHKOOt.. B.C.
S, fi. YERKKS,
II, BRANDT
II. W. 1', 4,
r. 1*. 4 T. A
Si-utlte
7111 Wt Hiv-4-iaiile Ave
W»«li,
. pokaoe, Waah.
To tbe Public.
Commencing September (Ith our
slore will la- olicn for business six
nights in thu week. Wuhopo Hint
in future parties circulating petitions for early closing will 1»- bock-
wl up by authority to enforce It.
Morrow <_ McFnrlone.
Movie Leaden During the month
of August 1800 tons of concent rates
re shipped from the St Kugene.
The mine will lie closed down nexl
Moiuluy und Tuesday. The mill
is running steadily on a light f
unit there now set
gt-r of a shutdown
shortage
i lo In- in
i account
,1
dan-
of 111
of wat.-r.
SMOKE
THE   FAMOUS
El Presidente
CIGAR
A. C. BOWNESS
DISTRIBUTOR
ARE—r- YOUR   _
CCOUNTS in T
RREARS ? ? ? ? ?   •
A GOOD TIME
To Subscribe for the
HERALD IS NOW
Sob ol Robert Mitber. Drowoed.
The sixteen-year-old son of
Robert Mathers was drowned last
Monday while riding n horseaeross
the St Marys near it's mouth. The
body was 'recovered later in tho
K.H.tenuy river.
RE—r-YOUR
CCOUNT.   in
Lrrears ? ? ? ■ ? •
I If the rush of business j
.; prevents YOU finding
time to write   up your ;
; books, or having your
bills and accounts regu-
larly rendered and collected, apply to
JOSEPH RYAN;
f. I). Ho. 217
i CRANBROOK, jl  jlB.  THK   CRANBROOK   HERALD
When the
Bell Rings
pil-.i-p.it go tin- little f.*ot- hurrying to their Bent, in tin- scIhk.1-
iiiiiin. Happy childhood ' How
Inil. ihey .Ir.-mu how much Ihey
nml iheir educntion costs.
School Shoes
ure au imnortunl item in llio coal.   Cheap shoes are the dearest   poor
leaky liimls llml go to pieci s quickly,   VVul feel mean colds and fevers.
Pay a little iv nml gel siniii. weather proof footwear,  We an-selling
agents for "VViiirw.-II" Sclimil lloolsfnr Boj-b; "Irol.oltul" School Shoes
REID & CO.
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J Jardineres ....
9 Mini) i.,,i*'4. ,*..!..i". iiiiiI denigiiB ul prices trout .".Oe toHl.50
Odd Cups and Saucers
Limoges, Mn.' willow mul ulher odd fashi il patterns
jX Berry Howls, Celery Dishes, Cake Dishes, Etc.
Sin K..I.ilt lilnr.   Cut (.1 Inss Tumblers, Finger Bowls, Gob-
lets, VVIiii-llliisai-i.
G. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple Groceries and Crockery
CRANBROOK. B. C.
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School Opening!
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And we are prepared for it by having in stock everything that a student requires ,*,* dt ****** **
G E* Reid & Co.
Registered pharmacists-
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Sg THIS IS TRUE OF CLOTHING
% THIS IS TRUE OF UNDERWEAR
% THIS IS TRUE OF FURNISHINGS
*"<_, Our Spring and Summer Styles arr now nuking _ strong ap- S) -
§@j peal to you. while our reasonable prices make an equally @2
®jz strong appeal to your purse.   We are w*.iiting to serve you       ^
I  RilU Co., CranbrooK's 6r«t«t Stow g
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When vmi arc ilown  town call   and see   our
Yoho Proper Bath Heater
IUH   W \ll_ IS ONE MINUTE
Don'l tail to see it in operation in our .tore.
We are Sole Agents For this district * *• *f
McCALLUM & CO.
IIU'hW \_i:
Dollars
Cents
Should nol almie bo your guide when
mtrplinsliifl i I. QUALITY (llio should
lif loiiHili-n-il. Wi* know thnt the
quality uf inir feed in un. iinni. ht-il, ami
mu ptii'i". nit- imi anv higher thun ynu
tire* pmhnhly paying for poor feed. It
will   pny ymi in give your home tli
Harris & .lolliffe's Meat Market.
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THE HACCONNELL
FURNITURE  CO.
Cranbrook Cottage Hospital,
Corner Anm-triing nvenue nntl l.t-win St.
Fur (nil particular, upply tu
Diss Mum, - Matron,
Graduate ot St Luke's Hospital, Van
cottvor, B. 0,
MISS ADOLPH,
Teacher of pianotorle and organ.
For terms, etc. apply between hours
of thru and five o'clock on Wednesday and Friday at residence of
Mrs. W. H. Griffith.
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About the City  by Aakin*
Questions ol Miay People.
Ke1.1l 1 .itinori- Bros, wiil.
Miss Daisy Hillk-r iu visiting
frii'iuls iu Moj-ic.
Newest Btyles ot ladies' ready to
wenr hats ut Reid & Co's.
Miss Cameron, of Moyie. visitetl
Cranbrook friends this week.
For Bale—A first eluss talking
parrot.   Mrs. W. .1. Lounsbury.
Mrs. K. 1). Johnston is seriously
ill with typhoid fever at her home.
Dr. E. W. Connolly, of Chilli-
waek, has been in town for several
duys.
Ladies, see our immense rungo
of ladies' ready to wenr lints. Reid
<_ Co.
Mrs. lt. Dudley, of Pernio, spent
sort-nil days iu town tliis week
visiting friends.
Miss Tiiiiliaust-r. of the -xist-
oftice, spent th.' pnst week visiting
friends in Moyie.
Mr. Goldle of tin- government
office, spent his holidays this week
at Kort Steele.
Situation wanted  ns
niniil to hotel.    Apply
iffice.
School Supplies
iflre necessary
NELSON FAIR
Second Annual Exhibition of Ihe
Nelson Agricultural and
Industrial Association
SEPTEMBER 28 £ 29
New Buildings,   Pine Grounds,   Big; Premium List
Novel Open Air Attractions
Write lor Prliell.l	
J. R. ANNABLfi, Sec, Nelson, B, C.
chamber-
to  Herald
i'.l-H
Mr. nml Mrs. B. _. Taylor, anil
Miss Hunt, of Moyii-. visit.il
friends in town this week.
John C, Hayes lately with John
Murphy. Moyie. lias accepted n
position with A. I.. McDermot,
Where can I get the la-st value
in a i'i-.-! suit ami it pair of shoes?
Why   at Morrow A*   Mi-Kiirlane's.
The Bervices nt tlie Methodist
church next Sunday al the usual
hours.   The  Bubject   for evening
11 lie "Causes of Poverty."
Harold Darling lefl Inst Tuesday
for Nelsnn nnd Spokane. He is
not ill piotl health nml will take u
few weeks vacation to recuperate.
.\. C, Nelson, tin- government
assessor, lins so fnr recovered from
liis rei-eiit illness ns to Ih.- able to
resume his duties again this week.
ltevti. .Morton Walker of Nelson, will occupy the pulpit of the
Itnptist church next Sunday. Hev.
.1. L. Sloat will occupy the Baptist
pulpit nt Nelson.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist church are giving a doily tea
on the ji.th of September iit the
parsonage All Indies of the town
an- eonlinlly invited,
It. Itn lias nlrendy attracted
favorable iitleiilion by lln- manner
in whirli lie is operating the Saratoga ri-Hliiurniil. He is putting up
good meals uutl sntisfyiug the
public,
Our cash receipts for Inst Saturday and Monday would lend us to
believe that T. Katun's trade is falling off. Our ten por cent off
means Toronto prices and hundreds
thut formally sent their money out
of town an. now bringing it in
person to Morrow _.-   MeFiirlnne's,
J, Hennerberry has charge of
the work of sinking the new shaft
on the old l>ed of Perry Creek
near Old Town. He says that the
work will lie carried on as rapidly
as possibly und that he is ot the
opinion that they will strike good
pay dirt.
Position Wanted—Man of thirty
with energy and executive ability;
have had seven years experience
at head of general insurance agency
iu east; desire position in any
line of business with promising
future; huve good general know.
ledge of all lines of business; personal interview if desired. G. M.
Bewail, K«l Deer, Alia, N.W.T.
♦ ♦♦♦
But in buying parents should consult
their own interests. Wt carry the
most complete stock in the Koolenay
district. Don't forget this when sending tht children for anything in this
line.   Also bear in mind that wc sell
LARGEST SCRIBBLER IN B. C. FOR 5c
Beattie's Bid Drug and
Book store, unwellp_vsiod<_i
New goods arriving each week in the way of
I    HARDWARE
and everything that goes with a first class
stock in a Hardware Store.
ii J. D. McBRIDE
"WILGA"
Private Hotel and Catering Co.
CRANBROOK
Banquets, Balls, Weddings, Picnics, etc., catered for
Thc dining hall can be engaged for private partiee
For terms apply to
MRS. HOADLEY
M. Phillips, of Tobacco l'lains.
was in town Wednesday,
MeClary's famous stoves al Patmore Bros.
William Barclay, nf Wanlner,
spent Sunday and Monday iu town.
MeClary's name on a stove is u
guarantee of quality, Patmore Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Pinkham returned
lust Satuniay from tlu-ir visit to
Calgary.
J, 0. Cummings, tin- surveyor,
came over from Fort Steele on
Wednesday.
J. M. Agnew. manager of the
North Star Lumber company, has
returned from Brandon.
For Sale -Two lots, the ltest
corner on Bnkt-r liiil. Apply to
K. <_, Hazell.
South African war scrip wanted.
Best prices utfi-n-il by Arnold <_
RolH-rts.
.Mr. King, the principal of the
schools, hits rented the Scliolii-ld
liouse furnished.
Miss Cousins, the C.P.K. 'stenographer, has gone to Chatham,
Out., for n visit of il few weeks.
lames li ill has had a severe time
of it with rheumatism lor the past
two weeks but is now recovering.
11. McVittie spent several days
last week iu Creston assisting in
the survey of R, S. Byron's homestead iu that section.
W. F. Robertson, provincial
uiliK-rologist. was in town yesterday on his way to the North Star
il Sullivan district.
Mr. nntl Mre. Mansfield nud D.
Anderson anil his sister, of Marysville, were Crnnbrook and Moyie
visitors the first of the week.
The Vancouver Ten and Coffee
House has improved the appear-
once of the front of its store l.y
putting on a new coat of paint.
J. D. McBrido left last Sunday
for Calgary where he intends lo
remain n week or ton days to recuperate after his severe siege of
sit-knt-ss.
I'lu- Right Reverend Lord Bishop
of New Westminster, accompanied
by Mrs. Dart, visited Craubrook
tills week and held services at
Christ cliurch Tuesilay evening.
He left on Wednesday for Kernie.
Mr. Wilson, the linker, is build-
ing a new oven. Iinkc shop and
salesroom on Hanson avenue, The
oven and bake room will be of
brick with a lirick wall botwoen
these and the salesroom, which
will la- a frame structure.
The stamp photographer iu the
tent next to A. L. McDermot's
wholesale house, will lie in town
only a few days longer. Those
wanting anything in this line
should loBe no time in calling so us
not to lx> disappointed at the last.
Any one desiring to buy tea or
coffee in large quantities for camps
or hotels should not fail to call at
the Vancouver Tea and Coffee
house and sample their stoek.
They can give you a price that will
surprise you and at the same time
a quality that is the liest.
M. Gillis, W. Rose and A.
Mooney, engineers on the C.P.R..
have been transferred to Medicine
Hat and will live there with their
families. The Herald regrettB the
loss of these estimable people but
trusts that they will have as many
friends in their new homes as they
tiutl here,
George Webster, of the Culgnry
Cattle company, was in town
several days this week.
K. 0, Mulpus nud family art
moving into their handsome new
residence tm Baker hill.
Mrs. George Millwnnl tame over
from Nelson lust Satuniay for a
few days visit with her husband
Mr. and Mrs. T.T. McVittie, of
Fort Steele visited friends iu
Crnnbrook several days last, week,
Office room for rent An office
room on the ...nin street in the new
Hernlil block, first floor, for rent.
Size 14x5)0. Apply at Herald office.
E. J. Roberts, general manager
of the smelter construction at
Marysville, paid a visit to the
works this week, returning to
Spokane on Wednesday,
Over three hundred people accepted the invitation to visit Tke
Herald office last Monday and all
were loud in their praise of the
equipment and arrangement.
Mr. Keep Iiiih gone to the Win-
dermen- country to engage in
business, and Mrs. Keep and baby
and Mrs. Fenwick will drive there
this week. A more delightful trip
this time of the year cannot be
imagined.
J. T. Gear, of Marysville, a
veteran of the civil war of the
States, has been granted a pension
by the fnil.il Stated government
with baek pay. The friends of
Atr. Gear will be pleased to hear of
his good fortune,
Mrs. Marion C. McKenzie.
mother of Mr. McKenzie, of the
Hohinsou-McKeime Lumber compuny. died yestenlay morning nged
VI years. The funeral wus held
this afternoon at the mill and was
largely attended. Rev. Fortune
officiated and the remains were
interred in theCranbrook cemetery.
A large number of people visited
the Imperial hotel last Monday
and all expressed themselves as
plenseil with the arrangements of
this new institution. The house
was crowded to its utmost capacity
for three days this week, in fnct
ever since tin- hotel opened it has
lieen doing a fine business.
(ieorge Wales, the Wanlner
philosopher and eccentric delineator »f the follies of human nature,
was in town the first of ll.e week.
Mr. WnlcB is now making a study
of the peculiarities of French.
English. Scotch. Irish nud American humor and will probably com-
pile the result of his observations
into a volllt.10 de luxe for liis
friends.
Miss Hurley, the millinery nt
W. T. Reid A- Co.'s store will re-
turn from Winnipeg next week,
where she has gone to study the
latest in millinery creations. Reid
A- Co.. lire arranging to have the
largest styles in vogue on display,
Those contemplating buying should
wait to secure their pick from a
stock that will interest every lady
living in this part of the districl.
John Murphy, of Moyie. spent
aliout a week at Perry Greek
recently. Mr. Murphy is an old
time prospector, but quit the hills
for tlie clothing lnisiness some
three years ago. He has great
faith in Perry Creek ns he has
spent considerable time there and
knows the country. He is satis-
fii-d tliat nil that is needed is. capital to work Imth the placer ami
quartz propositions to show up one
of tin- richest districts In this pro-
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%        .IN HIS NEW STORE.
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J A.   C.   BOWNESS. Whole_aledealer in
|   Wines Liquors and Cigars
New Kiitnn- in lhe Aiken Black, Jus. North ui Imperial Bank Comtr
Agent for Calgary Beer and porter
Agent for 1. I.ehel _ Co., Hay and drain.
CRANBROOK, B. C	
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THE GOOD OLD
...SUMMER TIME
is nearly over. You will soon he tliinkinj;
about your stove. Wc have ;i large shipment of McCLARV'S FAMOUS STOV _S jusi
in Irom the factory. These goods are the very
best of their class. Call in: we will he pleased to show them.
I       Patmore Bros.     i
I Plumbing.  Heating. Roofing and Ventilating     I     I
I Engineers |     I
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I      New Business      I
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!     For Cranbrook     !
S   _
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
ami iii ii position to show visitors to our
store the most complete stock of
Wall Papers and
Room Mouldings
in the Kootenays. We respectfully solicit ii share of your patronage, and in*
vjte you to call nnd see our goods and
u'et onr prices,   We make a specialty of
SIGN s WORK
Estimates cheerfully (riven.
I F. ]* Bradley & Co. !
I Armstrong Ave.        CRANBROOK, B. C. 'Phone 52 %\
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LET US FORGET
■nur. errors nnd what might have Wen
reverie- of tlie jiast won't help out what
pertains !•• "in the future."
-ACTION-
Is tho watcltwon. that helps on to buc
i-i**... li implies nui ..uiy lo what we
have to do, hut to what wo have to buy.
If you need  CLOTHING hotter buy
in,mi na Vmi .nii ini-: ii- i" till your
orders'right; oui minds nr.- market J in
plain figures; v.>- have hut one price;
■ mi gtork i- new : foi isli we give 10
l*r "■••ni nit. i iive - a niil. ' fur pIi*uh*
nre i- tn show jrnn oui irrvat sti rk.
Morrow & HcFarlane
(Nothing like Being in Time
Oar FALL aad WINTER HOODS are arriilag eim da*
■o when the cold wave .tribe, the banana li.i imi will
know where lo tome and |el warm Bl.nkei*. I ndtr
dinhlni. (Ilovci and Mini. Overshoe)-In lad every
thine that you need lo keep comfortable. No old stuck.
We don'l keep anylhlai to gel shell wora. Everything
marked a. prices lha. will astonish you. No need lo
send lo T. Eaton's and pay express charncn.
MANNING & SIDDONS j
The Calgary Cattle Company,
(SUCCESSORS TOM. MclNNIS)
DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF HEAT
POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE THE   (IIIAM'.IIIHIK   1IKKAI.D
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Ij,  •   a)   •   -   -
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: the Cosmopolitan Botel
<P RATES $2 PER DAY
A Firstclass HouseCgntralty Located
The bedrooms
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...WE HAVE HOUSES FOR SALE OR RENT -TIMBER LANDS
ff Fine Sample Riioins in Connection,      i ne ot.uu.in. v^
'It Ate airy .md comfortable, and lhe table is the best the U
f_ market affords. fl
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Store on Baker Street for Rent
Store Room on Armstrong Avenue
ARNOLD & ROBERTS
SOI.fi AOENTS POR THIS DISTRICT
FOR SALE OR LEASE
As Ye Sew, So Shall Ye Rip
Which, being' translated, means that those  who wear j
OUR suits, made up in tirst  class style by first class
workmen, well know lhem to be the BEST      .*      9< i
"McSWEYN & GRIFFITH," j
ART TAILORS .J.J
Cranbrook Block Cranbrook, B. C.  H
^^ssasaEsiissms^ESBiafi^iiHa^Mfflffl
JUICY MEATS
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Ilia klllil vi.ll niil lll'l lll'l,'.   flllii''.!
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I  ..Manitoba Hotel...   I
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<. 11 "mlt'i- Now Miiii:iy;i'tiii'nO 2
I I). A. McDONAI.I), rianaj-er |
$ This Hotel is in the center of town. The rooms are *
* comfortable and well furnished, the dining room is first- J
_ class, and the bar is supplied with the best. When you *
f want a good place to stop come to the Manitoba. t
8 Wl! (ilVI: VOU YOUR MONEY'S WORTH |
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Foreign Liquors Galore
Just received the largest consignment of Foreign Liquors ever shipped into the Kootenays.
Direct importations from the distilleries of Scotland, Holland, France
LOCH ACHRAY, the purest and most popular whisky in Scotland today, put up in
octaves and half octaves, Imperial pints and quarts, wine quarts, flasks and
half flasks.
KIDERLEN Holland Gins from the largest Gin Distilleries in the world, put up in
octaves, half and quarter octaves, crystal jars, pints and hall pints.
FROMY. R0GEE & CO.'S Famous Cognacs, " Medical Reserve."
*  By |iur_m_n|* eirtil I luu- saved Ihe Ullddlcaiea'a profit-., lile .h-.-n-.-fll uf -vliitli I uill give lu my cualumera.
SCHLITZ AND FERNIE BEER BASS* ALE GUINNESS' STOUT
Phone 17 A.    L.     MCDERMOT, Phone 17
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Wines.  Liquor*, nnd Clfiars.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company
offer timber lands comprised in British Columbia 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.
„..Z\K Owl Cafe...
C. Hi. jjSgtggi Proprietor.  ■
Oycn E>i.\? ant* Ulitfht.
Tlic Rest of Everylltlng In lhe Hating une
If yon cvme once you uill -.unu- often,    Wt
... aim in please ...
Cranbrook Brick
and  Tile Works
Taylor & Davis, Props.
Ptirnace<_ Boiler Specialists
All ili-si-rii.liun8.it lirick work
iiiiili'i'iiik.'ii.    I*'lii.*s plnslcriil '
liy inw Iiii' |H'i...l' process.
Common brick, pressed lirick, |
lln- lirick nml iil<> mi Imiiil.
Cranbrook Sash
and Door Factory
All kinds nf linish work in
way nl' .li.i.rs. whitlows, Iran-
sums. di*. Kiln dricil linnln-r
I'm* insiili* work.   < lut- work iu
guaranl 1 ami nur prices lire
Biitis factory,
RoiijjIi and Dressed Lumlier
For Sale
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Land Notice
Tula miiiii. iiiiii aleli.v.iluy.aiiflwilnli-1 in.
I.-inl 1.. nin.I.i I.. 111.- I'liii'f OiillinilaBfnaor ..I
liiin.l- nml W,.,-.,-1,i, parniisaltiii In |iuri.|itiaa
il,.-|.illi.ii'ii.K.I.._'iilii'.l 1,444.1- in .Smuli Until
li.iiili.iin.v:
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'In* -Ill limit nl l.nl .'l.'iTll,  Iiii-iii*,, mi-!  I,,
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III." I.lmi. uf li.'Kiiiiiiii-.. iiiiiliiiiiiiiii .'lull n,.|,.H
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J. 0. CUMMINliS
PROVINCIAL LAND SUIMJY0I.
PORT STEELE
W. F. (JUKI),
Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.
I'JIIANIIKOOK,    URITISH   COLUMBIA
R. LOGAN
MERCHANT
TAILOR
A la-aiitil'iil Ihu- uf lluiui..
slums nml Worstntls for
Luil Irs' Tallin- M.nli- Suits,
Salisl'ai'tiiiii guaranteed,
Rooms ua Armstrong Ave.
F. J. F. PERRY
PHOI'iUKTOR DK rIt K
Cranbrook Cartage
and Transfer
Wc an- in lnisiness for lnisiness.
'I'n keep it anil secure inoi-c we
must ilu liusiiii'SS in a lnisiness
like manner. \lre are prtmipl
anil relialile. '1'lml ia lnisiness.
Wo .In nil liimls of ilwyiign mu]
crirlt.gc,    We want ninn-.
Ll'HV.I orders ill uill' nllil-e  ill
Ilu-1 'mul,i<n.li  liolel liim*!:. u-i.
|insile stllliull, ill' ti'lejiliiini! '.Ill;
residence. (IH
For terms, maps
local luml agents:
V. Ily.le linker, Crnnbrook, IJ. ('
I. II. Wilson. Woi-.ln.-r. ll.C.
II. li. Bruce, Wilmer, ll.c.
nl further [inrtimilnra npply lo tlio fo
K. Miilliiii.liii.io,,Tr.,Creston, B.C.
II,V M. I'inl. Nelsnn. ll.C.
Hi' In
J. li. Stephens,
II. I.. Stephens,
M. Rockcndorf
J. Lawsun.
As we predicted several months
months ago. the Flathead country has been thrown open. The
" rush is on." The mines are
running'full blast and everything
is lovely. If you are in our neighborhood come to the Alexandra
Hotel. It is the best hotel In
the district.	
THE ALEXANDRA HOTEL,
Stephen. Ilnm. & Cu., Owner., and Proprietors,
Morrissey Mines, li. t.
H. I.. Stephens
J. _. Stephens
The Great Northern is building
from Morrissey to the east.
Morrissey is headquarters for
contractors, supplies, etc. The
Australian Hotel is the " Hub."
If you wish to find anybody enquire at the Australian, you will
find your man there.	
THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL
THE Bill WHITB HOTEL,
Stephens Bru_. (inner-, aad Proprietors,
Morrissey Junction, B. C.
J. S. DENNIS,
llriiisli Columbia Land Commissioner,
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
Calgary, Alberta
Robinson=McKenzie Lumber Co., Ltd.
Saw and Planing: Mills
All Kinds Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
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il
llii; Rush tu iaiianu,
Dawson, V.T„Aug.!__ Tutiniin
tirrivtils report LUUll people hi the
Tatiami country. This lllllllln-l- is
ri.pitily increasing. Boilers uutl
oilier largo iiiaeliineiv are coming
to Dawson from tlie k'l like did-
I.v t'liroiiielo the new i-iiinp. There
will In- JiOII or iniii-e sleiiin initiits
working on ll.e Tnunnn thiswiuter.
If the output runs inln several
millions, as ennliileiitly expected,
lln- rush nexl spring will doubtless
approximate ilu- Klondike rush of
IH1I7. ll is surely the greutesl 8e-
attle Northern boom since Nome.
A majority of the arrivals say thor
The liaiiie Laws.
ll is lawful to kill grouse (any
vnriely), prairie chit-ken. ptarnii-
l.'an, fool hen. from Sept. 1st In
Dee. Jllsl. inclusive.
Wild thick of all kinds, bittern,
meadow* lark, plover nml Heron,
Sept. 1 In February is.
Caiilioii. waplki. elk. moose and
lui ro, Sept. I tn De.*. l-l, inclusive.
In nne season no one may kill
more than ten door, live caribou,
tln-ee mountain sheep, live mountain goals, two bull elk. two bull
moose nr _*il) ducks.
Cnu* wapiti, eow moose, ewe or
lamb of   mountain   sheep,   fawn.
limiot bo'loo much  grub shipped  B»Klisl1 '^iili oluiftiiicli, hen.
pliensiiut, linnet, skylnrk, ihrusli.
into the Tiiiiaiin this year. Sonn
say there will mil In- enough be-
cause lln- present receipts are
mostly consumed b.v the throng
now there as fust us they arrive,
Vice-President Louis Slnss. nf
the Northern Commercial coiupany, arrived from l-'nii-luiuks tonighl
mid siivs thnl his company will
have enough f 1 for -1,000 all win-
ter.     It    is   ollieiully   eol'l'ollnriltell
tlllll lhe White I'ass or other liriiish vessels from Ilm upper Vukiill
will be allowed tn enrry freight tn
Cheiui this yenr by taking an es-
i-nl't from l_aglc. These vessels
cannot carry passengers, but there
are plenty nf others fnr I lull pur-
■mse. t'our stcnniei-s leave Daw-
son I'm- Tniiiinn Ihis week with full
llniliff Has Sawmill.
K'asl" KiHilenaimi: The saw*
llllll plant at Trout Lake is iu tlio
hands of lhe li,lili|l al the instaiiee
nf lhe debenture llnlilrj,. The
lllll,,11r. 1 fnr which the seizure Wils
iiniili- is CH.OOO. K. L. K' innin11
lins hml writs issued ngiihtsl lhe
eonipniiy fnr .im.unit due nn logs
out and tliuniigoB fnr broach of contract. Mr. Kiiiuiiiii ulso claims lo
have pui'ehased the greater part nl'
the laml nu which the mill stands
mul has notified the owners not to
trespass. Cecil Ward, managing
director, is iu Xelson I'm- Ilu- purpose of making arrangements fnr
money In settle the accrued wages
nuiountilig iu the ueighbot-li I of
SI 0.1 IIJI I.
A Quick Divorce.
robin, .innil, Kllglisll part ridge ami
liuil muy mil be killed nt any time.
ll is unlawful lo use traps, nets,
snares, gins, nr baited lines tn
catch birds.
ll is unlawful tn use butteries,
swivel guns or sunken punts in
tmii-tidjil waters tn take wild duck
and geese.
It is unlawful to export animals
nr birds mentioned in raw state.
11 is unlawful fm- non-residents
In shoot withoul a lieense,
The Fernie Weenie By-Law.
I'mlcr lhe license by-law now
ponding in the Pernio council, tho
following I'lnuscs were presented
anil acted upon as stated:
The saliiiin license clause was
struck out altogether.
The bottle license clause was
struck mil.
The license clause tn serve beer
uml ale in restaurants wns struck
mil.
A I-lliusc wiih mlI'nilu I  roqulr*
iui.' lintels In liuve ut   least   llfleell
w-eil furnished boil-rooms ami a
first-classtlining room. The license
fee Inr hotels was lixed at $1)00 per
year.
A clause was inserted making it
iinpiiss Mile for the license commis-
sinners to consider applicants for
saliiiin licenses, or I'm- lintels which
have not Compiled with the above
Crawford Creek Iron Mines.
Xelson News: About lOO.poiunls
nf Ilm specular heinutile Iron ore
Iiuiii the  Robinson & .McMillan
Chicago,     Augnst      -li.   Mrs, group  at    Crawford    Uny.
Mary !■'.. Ket/ei- yeslerdoy secured
a divorce frmn John Petzer, managing iver of tho Lbiion Trite-
tion company nnd n prominent
Bnuucier, nu the ground of desertion, and received $H5,000 alimony,
The divorce broke tlu- Cook
county divorce record. The hill
was  liled  iii   -Tudge     lirentaiin's
brought into town yesterday for
the purpose of being exhibited ul
Ilie full fruit fuir. The samples
uie iargq and excellent iu quality
ami will un doubt be of great interest to the visitors. Mr, Me.
Milluii wns seen by n reporter of
The Daily News yestenluy and lie
niil: '-Vou  cnn  sny that ive
nirt nt III o'clock tlds morning, developing stofidily,   We are rim-
Argument wns lingua nl   Ml: 10 tin
evidence eiilu-lllileil   lit   ll):,"*ll  mnl
the degree sig I nl    10:52,     S|„.
received ll cheek for $35,000,
ini.' twn crosscuts on two ledges.
oi|c nf which is twelve feet wide
ninl tllO other tell feel of soliil n|*n.
A ileal is iii progress uud uo doubt
within a very short time we shall '
lie    able    In   tell   y if |he  iron
mines of Crawford bay having been
taken uver by a strong syndicate,''    f)
Died.
Dudley Darling, third son nf
Williain Darling, lale hardware
merchant.if .Montreal.aged twenty-
one years, nf typhoid fever. Friday. September ,'lrd. HUM. at Si.
Kugene hospital, Craubrook.
The deceased came nut Wesl
about a year ago and took a position with lln- Crows X.-st Lumber
company nt Wattlnoi*. He was a
young iiiiiu of many noble qualities with bright promise nf a useful and satisfactory life. Soirjc
three weeks ago he was taken ill
and nfler a few days was brought
to the hospital in this city where
everything that medical aid could
do was done, but the disease held
sway tn the end. uutl at last death
relieved Iiiiii of his sufferings, Twn
of his lirnthers, Hnroltl. nf Wanlner. and Clarence, of Crunbrnnk,
were at his death IhhI to receive
his lasl words nf farewell.
Tl|e ilci'i-iised -vas a member of
Ihe Wanlner Court nf Foresters
nnd a general favorite with all wlm
knew him. The funeral services,
were hold Monday afternoon MjAND
the Presbyterian church, Hev.
Fortune iifiicinting, The remains
were taken to the afternoon train
fm- shipment to Montreal whore
they will be interred in the I'mnilv
plot. Messrs, Win. liiircluy, (i,*,'i.
Willi's. A. McKiicherini ami U.
-Inhiisnii were the pull hearers.
Cliirenee, line uf the li.-iith.-rs, ne-l
i-iiiuplinieil the remains.
The father uud mother mul four
brolliors uud four sisters nre left
to mourn the lirsl death iu the
family, of the brolliors, throe of
them. William. Harold mid Clnr-J
unco, are well known in Ihis district, where Ihey have lived for Ilu
pust few years.
NEW DEPARTURE    ||
We are nuw in shape to furnish all kinds of
MOULDING
BASE and CASE
* t   Orders promptly filled and delivered in tuwn. Fur prices apply
j! King Lumber Mills Co. Limited
**®
**<s
L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins,
The Ncw Managers.
Drop in a nil sec us any time.   Wc are on deck 25 hour
out of thc 24
S_SSiSiil__i_aS]S_i__i3_l_SI!SIS!____l_i^S^I_1l
KOOTENAY HARBLE
id
MONUHENT WORKS
 NIJLSON, 15. C.
Miiiiiil'ii"tnri'rs til'iiiiiI \vliiil<'S,ili> mnl retail ili'iili-rs in
Marble and Marble Work of All Kinds.
Wo own our nun ipuirrios, and lln* ijunlity is couei'ilotl
to In* the licit. Monuments, Headstones, "l.iri.k* Trim,
minus lor Uulldlngs, a specialty. Ily buying from us ynu
gel ihe material al Ilrsl enst.
" LIKE THE OLD FRUIT FAIRS."
UI.IJVKVIII ANNUAL
11..use to let,
ltogers.
Apply tn (1.  T.
I-i *-*)->-l-14->4Ji»'Ft.fftf_F»tt»t
S BUSINESS   COLUMN*-;
_        * ■'  ' ,     I
* Locals in this column will be *
J charged at the rate of 5 cents J
Jj per line each issue. Jj
Mouse for Htilo; IIvu rooms; ptinlry
iiml ri'llitr; twb fcni'i'il lota; atnlito nml
chicken lioitflOJ $'">"<> it' Bold nt once)
tterpsfl creok. Apply in Min.' \v,*tJ.
Welsh, or Uomldolltco.
Timothy mnl uplntul liav, presflod,
liutti-i- mul i-m-s fnr salt'. Wrlto (nr (Mv
Diisii liiind. |. I»c I'Vlir, DklBUuryj Alia.
Look mil fiir Laliur Oay I'lcti'm-n at
I'roaL'aon Sulniilay niylit.
SPOKANE   INTERSTATE   FAIR
Spokane, October 3 to o
wnti Large Displays In till Departments. S2.iil.ll Offered for I'niil and Irull l:\hilili_ Marc
llian S.lll.llllil In Premiums and Prizes, Hive ur Alum lixcltllll Kaics In. I, Day ill.mi III
I'tirai-a. I.t.wn Tnnn Carnival liaili Nt-inl Flflll kcciaicnl Hrl.lah Arllllery Hand. I Vic
High Class Vaudeville Allrailluna Hall) Pine Mininil Ulsplay, IIiik Show, Arl li.liibll, Etc,
Henn:uili*r   Low Hales and Special Bxeurslons on all Railroads.
1 I'l
■ili-iii's (nr Snle IVrllo
lil.r.T. II. I'tlSliliOVK, S01
ir I'ri'tiiiuni l.i.-t uml llflco I'riiirtiiui
otury un.l Mnnnger
4'tr**********-***************.* *****,,*****************!*.
JAFFRAY HOUSE
T. II. WIIALHN _ CO., Proprietors
«    lleadiiunrti-rs I'm-  Ijiiiuberiui-ii.  Prospeotors nnd Sportsmop.
J!   The  linest  limiting mid   Pisliing in  the Province	
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GRANT DOWNING, Manager.

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