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THE CRAJN BROOK HERALD.
VOLUME  S.
ORANBROOK,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,   TIIllls!)AV,   DECEMBEB   81,   I90B
NUMBEB  39
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SANTA   CLAUS   HEADQUARTERS
Never before have we had such a large stock of Xmas Goods, and never before have we been able to give such low prices. The middle
man's profits have all been cut out this year, and our Customers are getting the benefit. Don't wait too long. Come now while you
can get a varied choice of the finest Stock ever brought into the Kootenays. You will be able to find a Present for Man, Woman or
Child, and just what you want, and what will please them.   Money goes a long way when you buy at our Store.
Where
To   Deal
L,Pays==BEATTIE & ATCHISON==Wh£ L,Pays
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OKI-ICE, TORONTO
l:  E. WALKER, r.nm.ai Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst, lien I Manager
THE COLUMBIA RINK
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED A1  THE FOLLOWING RATES I
$3 nml under   ,      3 cents
Over  $5 an.l not exceeding $10      6 cents
"    $10        •' " $30      10 cents
"    s-.io       " " $50 15 cents
I        Order* ire Payable ut Piirnl tmy office in CnnaUnofft Chartered Rink
(YuUon excepted), ■''"' '-■ th" principal banking points in the United States.
TIIU CANADIAN HANK Ol  I OMMEK< 1'. LONDON, INC,
Tliey form un excellent method i»f remitting small sums uf money
W iih hul  i*.  iiuii .it -until cost.
The Prince Of
Xmas Gifts
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I'li'wr.HiiOK BRANCH
F.C. MALPAS MRr.
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linPERIAL BANK j
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CRANBROOK, B.C. J
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SAVINQS   DEPARTMENT !
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Deposits of $1 .mi upwards received and interest al- *
lowed from dale of deposit at highest  current rates and I
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Is still the Gold watch. We are ,vg
showing beautiful selections of solid 3§
gold and high grade gold filled cases in all sizes not $_
a stale pattern among them, every one the special pre- jjjjl
duct of the manufacturer for the holiday season of j_j|
I °0i -6. Our filled cases are as beautiful as solid gold $f
and are guaranteed for 25 years any movement you w§
like for $10 to $30. j|
JEWELER AND   §j
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The new Columbia down near the
>ot 11 Hanson avenue is proving a
ourco ol great amusement and
oalthful ri creation for the young
eople of the chy. They are
iii-king there every evening, and the
umbers have been doubled since thc
wo arc lights were installed.    They
make thc place as bright as day,
I giving plenty of light for either
hockey games or h ckev practice.
The rink is 130 feet by 66, a s.iace
which permits of lots of movement.
Nothing has been attempted yet In
the curling line. This is being considered by lovers of the roaring
game. A saw dust foundation was
first laid down    perfectly and    over
this was run the water. The ice is
in fine c.ndition at present, and
makes about ten inches In depth.
Anyone who "stars" the ice hy heavy
falling will be rewarded. Friday
nights are devoted to hockey exclusively, on other nights the game
is played only for a sh .-rt time. The
rink is cpen 'to the pu! lie from 7.30
to 10 p. ni. each evening.
IW. H. WILSON,
CRANBROOK BRANCH
I. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.
Big Sale In Oriental Novelties
This is A Ureal Opportunity to get Xmas Novelties
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Wong Fong, who has a store on Armstrong
Ave., says that his stock is too big. He has
just returned (rom China where he bought a
big stock ol oriental novelties, silk goods, brass
ornaments, etc., and he must sell, no matter
how low, to raise the cash. He will have
some great bargains the next two weeks
Remember the place, opposite Imperial Hotel,
Armstrong Avenuet
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"WILGA" PRIVATE HOTEL
The most comfortable house and the best
table in the Kootenays
Apply for terms Mrs. Holford, Ganbrook
Siting is Belietoing
Have you seen the Xmas liifts \
are offering our customers'! Anyone
spending ONE DOLLAR CASH in
our store during thc Xmas week will
get one guess as to HOW LONG THE
EIGHT-DAY CLOCK in our window
will run. This clock was wound, set
and scaled by ALDERMAN FINK on
Saturday, December 10, 1005, at 2:30
p. m.
Wm. F. Tate & Son,   graduate opticians
Official Watch Inapeoton, Grows Neat   Pass  Diviaion, C. P. lt.
Ale and Stout
Cranbrook Beer
Cranbrook Porter
Schlitz Beer
O'Brien's & Burke's Irish
Dewar's, Dawson's,
Sanderson's, and D.C.L.
Scotch Whiskies.
Walker's, Oooderhnra's,
and Seagram's
Rye Whiskies
A. L. flcDERMOT
Send in Your
XMAS   ORDERS
at once by
Mail, Telephone,
or Telegraph
WHOLESALE
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
CRANBROOK   -   -   B. C. 	
A Large Assortment
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Brandies, Tom Gins,
Holland dins.
The Finest Stock of
Ports, Sherries,
Sauterne, Clarets,
And Other Wines
I am going out of
the Cigar Trade and
am selling my Stock
of Cigars at Cost.
Write for Prices today. "Don't Delay" THE   CRANBROOK   HERALD
CRANBROOK  HERALD
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Edltoi and Manage!
CHRISTMAS Tint:.
The time draws neai   tbe   birth    ol
Christ;
The moon is hid, the night is still
A single church below lhe bill
Is pealing folded m lbe mist.
Tlie man who toils tot jit toys
Welcomes the seventh us ~n friend
who, breaking the chains ol Jus
labor gives him resl and an oppot
tunity to lire his shoulders from thi
galling load -if the cares ol Ute.
lioublv welcomed is Christmas when
•very man helps to IW»l«» ll,p l,ur
den nl bis nelghboui bj »|iw>
ing h.s h^rl to 'i„- iwttet
Influences and Instincts oi iho.
it js the one season ol the
year when one Is pennlttod to maki
a business ol pleasure, ami if nn
happily lie should lall In thai bus!
uees then he Is bankrupt, nol in
money oi credit, hul ul the uurolnml
ntuUga ol the heart and ol th
brightness which wakpns lhe llghl '
the ey.-s nf tlmse around us,
Wt* rail Cranlwonh oui h , and
lair ami lovely home ll is, bui evei
man ami   woman nt us   had anotho
home,   in   other   scenes.      To    that
home    ami    to     the    Iriends    Lhu
we loved   in   Hie uld days, many
heart   will    turn,    and  tl gli    on
physical eyes 'mny weep uo tears
our mental eyes will grow 'lun   an
misty   In   the  recollect! f     thp
death in liie, the days llial aro n
more. Who knows, perhaps in th
mystic cycle ol   God's thought     we
may live  those days again,   ami  look
into     the     eyes   ol     thoso    ivli
songs aro   hushed in the silence
the (frcal,    Unknown,   il gli      they
live in our hearts.
Wc cannot call back all llioso wt
called our tr fends, nor those wi
loved j but wo can do ihe iif.vi lies-
thing, and that i.s to make ihi:
Christmas a golden milestone in lln
lives of those aboui us, somotbiii|
whicli they (the Utile children cs
peeially) will look hack upon as wt
who are older look back upon In sui
foundings far removed from the sigh
ol the Rockies.
We should not forget tliat our line
are laid in pleasant places. We   haw
none of the appalling poverty which,
seen in crowded cities, make many
man wish to sell all he has and g
to     the     poor.       We     have       i
amongst   us   the Httlo hungry chi
ren, nor Hie half clothed men     and
women   lhe    very   sight   of    whom
freezes the laugh on our lips and tlu
wine in   our glasses, or should, God
knows,   if we   had    but  brains    /.ml
heart to think and truly sympathiz
Kor this we should he grateful    and
most humbly thankful fo the God   of
our destiny whicli led us where, it we
have all our cares and anxieties, wt1
have   more than   most, of lhe mean:
of the joy of life.
The Herald takes this occasion to
wish, not only all iis readers, but
all the people ol Cranbrook and East
Kootenay, yea, mine than thai, lhe
world if you please, a happy, cheerful and merry Christinas,
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POLITICAL COMMENT,
This week lias heen a greal week
for the Conservative part) ot Cranbrook and this riding. Tiiu pn-iniei
of the province, I in: lion. Kiehanl
McBride, has sojourned aiming them
for twenty-lout hums, ami there
was   something   doing iu that   briel
period. lli fact It IS sale to sa)
that there were moro polities float
Ing around Monday and Tuesday than
Cranhrook has experienced loi many,
many months. Il mighl. he added
hi passing that the lion. Kiehanl
iVlcllride, who is al the head of Lhe
Conservative government of Urltlsh
Columbia, is one ol the hest politicians that Canada ever .saw. He is
smooth, be lias a remarkable memory
for names ami laces, he ti tun. et-
fus-ive in his greetings, hut just
friendly enough to make the most
favorable impression, nml lie can
shake hands In a manner ih.it would
impress his worst enemy that all
was fogiven. There Wore a lot of
the faithful in attendance and to sec
tlie diplomatic manner in which Uio
Honorable Richard handled Lho different elements and factions would
have turned a Tammany expert green
with envy.
There were a few breakers for the
political craft while cruising In
Cranbrook waters. Applicants for
office always have their supporters,
aud in this case Ihere were iwo candidates for the office of police magistrate for the new eiij oi Cranbrook. J. P. Armstrong, tire government agent, bad the support of J.
A. Harvey, who i.s supposed to bo
the hig tyec in Conservative
circles in this districi, (;, ]|. Thompson, the secretary of the Conservative association, and many of the
leading Conservatives in Uie town.
But Mr. Anderson, who was a strong
supporter of Tom Cavin in the election two years ago, was a candidate,
and he had Cavin's support, Cavin
gave it out cold and flat that Anderson had stood by him" and he would
stand by Anderson. Victor Rollins,
ono. of the smooth politicians of tho
dis'trict, backed hy Walter Edwards,
who is just second to Rollins, said
that Cavin was right and (hat Anderson should be named. II was a
pretty con-test, but there were no
fireworks, no bombarding, no noiso
of any kind. At Ihe end, however,
Cavin,    Rollins,   et. al., won in   a
walk, and it will loon he .Judge Anderson.
And by the way, Mr, Cavin is the
only man who has received what
might lie termed governmental sane
tion oi his candidacy for the house
al  the   next election.     Mr. McBride
gave him a glorious sciulnfl ami rinsed hy expressing the hope that he
would be more successful in bis next
campaign. It was a simple remark
but it was noticed by many in tbo
hall that night and would indicate
that Mr. Cavin's star is lu the ascendency.
And one man has suggested that
there was an omen in the arrange*
infills u[ the seats ai lhe meeting
since Harvey sat on the lefl of tho
premier and Cavin on thc right.
lt is understood that another mattei   has   been settled and  thai    John
Hutchison wilt lie under sherlR toi
r-asi Kooteuay. Well, Johu is entitled to political revoguitiuii (rom
me Mi Urine governmeul. Ho has
always been lo),ii io mo party,    a
u.uu wuihel anil llOVel a qiinu'i.   I'm
men wiiu ..oik should In- uu- men lu
reap me reward,
And now   u lumni duals m    trum
t'riliie lu.a lij" lii.iI* Wa) liu) iuii'
Hie   J,Ira   Uial.   .Wl.    .U'lUakl'Ullg   is   i',o
mg io resign ami aireauy it is   biun
Uial Licviibu liispecioi Ui Al,,lllll I
mil   lii.l       lunl   .iml   -ill .   .ll Uimh.ii,,   ,
.uues. iiuii- !.-> no reason tu i &
pcvl Uial  mi.  Aiiuslioiig is going io
lUStgtl,       lie  is   L.uiuil   lljiuli  US I'Ui-- i'l
Uiu ui'si govcniiiiL'iii agcius in uiu
jiiuwitii- and un- Hon. in mu othce
slauus lu-uaj wi) iii„.i. in- has a
lilslrclass absihlatil in Mr, Nelson,
wuo uas been in Uiu tt'Ul'h nu St'Vl'U
years uud in Uus tta) is »ui.- io give
.wi. Armstrong valuable assistance.
Mr. Harvey   h
,) a great many peujn
Juiisrrvative camiuiaU
■iueial House in this ri
.anl ny    many Uiat
i.ui a try   at it,   bad
,1)   s    slippol
been Im iked   upon
L'Ujili .is UlU l.c.U
i.Ue mi :..■■ piu
b riding,     Il was
L     All.   CttVill   ii.nl
.1   .Wl.   ll.il
iiii im-,-, ii was .ui.
Harvey s unu. Uui tilings begin in
iimi. uiiieieiii uow ami ii is within
.ill the pioimbiiiiies that Mr. lawn
mil niiei himself again as a candidate.
Whal the Mberals will do is not,
1.UU..U. There has been no aciiou
taken as yet, It, is pretij generally
conceded thai in. King, tne presenl
iiiemher, will in- ibe standard bearer
.ibaiii. i p in ihc present time no
une else has been mcutiouod except
• i. f. Unlivery, ol Muyle, but lie
states positively that he is not a
candidate tor the bouse, but when the
number of senators is increased he
might he a candidate lor senatorial
honors.
VNNUAL    110 AUU     OF
Mh.fc.TINCl.
TRADE
The animal meeting of Hie Cran-
hrooK hoard ol tradu was held last
i« riiia) evening at Weniwoitii ban.
ihe atlciidaiico was very large ami
con side ta bio interest w.is manifested
in Uiu proceedings. Mayor itogers,
president oi ibe ooard, was in tiiu
chair, and Secret a n Roberts took
care oi the minutes. Mr. Rogers
said thai Hie principal object ol tne
meeting was Lire rewuing ui the le-
imils and the election ol ollieers lot
me ensuing year. Air, Rogers briei-
l)   mil Ilium    lhe      Work nl   llie     past
year, shotting what had been accomplished b) lho boaid, and thaiiK-
ed the people for their support, air.
Roberts read the report oi Treasurer Ureer showing a small balance
ou hand.
y. B, Simpson nominated II. K.
lieat'lie Iui president tor tho coming
year, after saying a few words oi
praise ol what had been done hy lire
reining president dining his .service
for two years as president. The
nomination of .Mr. ucattio was ably
seconded by Victor Rollins, Whu
said some very nice things about An.
Deattlo as au old citizen of Cran
brook, and also gave deserved praise
lo Mr. Rogers for lbe good work he
had done, As tliere were no othei
nominations, Mr. Ucattio was made
the unanimous choice of the meeting.
I). K. Murphy was made first vice
prosident, and F, J, Bradley second
vice-president. 'I'. AI. Roberts was
unanimously chosen secretary-treasurer, Messrs. A. Alothit was named
by W. Edwards as incmlier ot tho
executive committee, J. (I. McCallum
hy V. Rollins, DeVeie Hunt hy I), iv
Murphy, b\ ti. Simpson by A. Mollat, .1. A. Harvey by V. ti. Simpson ami hi, II. Small hy James
(Heer. As the numbei nominated
made one more than necessary, Mr.
Simpson asked to have his name
withdrawn, thus preventing the necessity of a ballot. This was done
and tire oth.'is iiatiii-d weie declared
the executive committee for Hie coining year.
As lbe Associated Hoards uf Trade
will meet, iii Crnnbrook this year,
ibe second week in January, the following reception committee wns
appointed: F. E. Simpson, chairman;
Victor Rollins and W. F. Cm,I. This
closed the business of the meeting,
and after reading a let ler from the
president of Ilu- Associated Hoards,
Cl, 0. Huclianan, the meeting adjourned,
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
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"Spaniel) Blossom"
union mabe cigars
They stand on a firm
foundation
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY RATES.
K,,r Uu- Christmas Holidays liu-
I'liii.iiliiiii I'lK'Hir Railway will issuo
li.ltt.ts In ninl Irom nil stations,
Poll. Arthur In ViiliL-.mv.-l-, ilii-liiilit.il.
branch linos (ami Kootenay steamer
lines) ut rate tare antl otie-llilril re-
iniii. These excursion tickets will
In on sale December -2ml, 33r.I,
2'ltli 2fil.li .mil Di'i'i'iiiliri 2Hl.ll. aOtlt,
.lis! ami .I.m. 1st, good to return
till January Unl, 10(111. Eur rates,
etc., amily to any C. I'. It. agent, or
write .1. s. Carter, D.I'.A., Nelson,
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OPENING  OP NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
tm Sunday, January 27U1, llie new
I'li'slijicriiin clttiii'li will Im ononctl
liy "Ralph Connor," (Rev. C. IV.
tiniiliiii) nl Winnipeg. At lho mcot
ing oil Mnliiliiy nigli! Mr. tlinilmi
will road scli'i'tInns iinm his own
writings, A treat is in store l„i
Lho pcoplo <>! Cranbrbok, us Mr. Gordon Is sent fat nud in-ill lot his ii',ii!-
ne.s in which lit' excels, St. Paul,
Chicago and othor cities vicing In
paying him honors. Tho collection
nn the iluy ol opening wlil go to tho
building filuil. S|tci'iiil music lius
been prepared for the Christmas services in the Presbyterian church next
Sunday. In the morning two aiitlt-
-ins will be rendered by tlie choit
uud an offertory si-iiieiii-c. In the
livening Miss Rlioda Lcltch will sing
the solo "The Birth Day oi tin
King."     The church will tender liv,
tithems and two offertory sentences
THE CITY OP CRANBROOK,
Take notice thai all Trade Licenses
due lo the Corporal ion ol the City
o! Crnnbrook are payable al llie oflloc
I lhc Cilv Clerk, Leask Building,
Baker Sheet, on or before the SOtii
day nf Proemlicr, 1(1113.
ilalisl    the  2lllh day   ot December,
1005, Cranlirnok, B. C.
0. H. Prest, Cily Clerk.
TIMBER NOTICE,
Nolleo is hereby given llm! tlie
Elko Tlmher St Tlu Company will,
311 days   Iinm   date, apply    to Hie
I'liiel ' I'm I'm  i   iif   Lnmls     anil
Works lot* ii special license to cul
tlmher  ai !i i.l tin- loilowing parcels ,,l   I I   rn,iiii ol Klmberley it,
S I,  l>.i  Koolenay, viz.:
Nn.   I    i'i,nn icing   nt     a   posl
planted al t 83 chaina norlli and 3
chains easl ol Hie norlh-easl corner
nl b'l 311118; Uienco west Hi chains,
iiniili -in chains, wesl lit chains.
mil'lli III eliains, easl III eliains,
norlli In chains, east tn cliaius nml
south 130   chains to place ol begin-
No 2 Commencing ut a post
plnliteil uiiniil lit eliains norlh and
3 chains enal ,,l Iho iiorlli-cusi cornel* ot loi 30118; thenco nnith in
ehains, east in cliains, north kii
chains, ensl in elinlns, smith 1211
eliains and wesl 80 chains to nlaco
nf beginning.
No. ■'! Commencing where it pnsl
hns been planted about in ehains
nortii ol the south-wesl corner ,,f
Ambrose Staples' timlier license;
thenco lid chains norlli, thence Sll
chains ensl, tltonco ■'!!! chains norlh.
thenco 102 ehuius wesl, Ihence MO
eliains south, tbence 22 ,'linins east
In place of beginning, being a tractions! claim.
No. '1. Commencing al a point
2IIK cliains north and s.'l chains ens!
of lhe noilli-cnst corner nl lot 3008;
tlii-uee'oiie mile norlli, a milo east,
a mile south and a mile wesl. lo
place of beginning.
Hilled Hits 12th day nf December,
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Ibouses oi flftat^s*
VlUc   fl|3C Smelter Clt»...
Marysville has come
into her own. The
lawn now tins a permanent payroll mid In
the gateway of lhc St.
Marys valley. ,«t Tbe
Herald can heartily
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business houses:
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I Central Hotel
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lhc place lo slop when visiling the Smeller Cilj £5
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ti Hie i)'-'i hotels in the disiriet.   Headquarters for ti
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Firsl class lii^s. s;ifc nml etyliali tonms, DriverB
ami   pi'irk  liorsi'8  Inr nny imint in   tho (lislHut,
Blacksmith and Woodwork Shop
Siiini'iilil stunt! oppositu Blulion
DEZALL   BROTHERS
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We carry ti complete slock of everything in lhc ft
Drug and Stationery line. No need to send awaj £5
for your goods,
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/ / NOTICE 11
JAMES   KERRIGAN
begs to notify the residents of Bast Kootenay that he has
added a MINERAL WATER FACTORY to his establishment and would cordially solicil any resident or traveler to oall or send for a sample order (particularly by the
trade) and guarantees his Roods superior to any in the district. The public arc respect fully requested to visit us and
sample the goods at the factory.
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i clothing  that is  "Gilt Edge" in name, ♦
; "Gilt Edge" in material, "Gilt Edge" in !
♦ mike call and see the new stock ol Ready t
♦ made clothing just received.    All Union j
I Labor. ♦
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HUGO  HINK
THE si:ro\ii ll wn MAN
COME ami SEE HIM
Days lho Hlghesl Price fm* Gnnds and
Carries the lies!  Bargains.
Opposite Cranbrook Bakery
Max Maennich
BOOT, SHOE  AND HARNESS
MAKER,
The Boat nf Work at  All Times
Hive Mc a Trial
Opposite Cranbrouk Bakery titi. CRAXnnooK   ii ;:;: \t.i>
RSBS-jwpn--: <.'TT!.-^rr«c=».* *• '^irmrxtti-,—
Maple Leaf Rubbers^
BEST BY TEST
j. Leckie Co., Lid,
SELLING  AGENTS   FOR   THE   WEST
VANCOUVER B. C.
CHRISTMASJ/VINDOWS
If tho   store *"*  pul
D fttiii   gal
would Christ]
ll)   lli,!,:ir' *!
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serve well
can bale tltcil
lo  I ■      lot
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ami m. :i. •  . '    *
Those wl -,  cai not buj
choice pi
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len     ul a   largci
flock ol   mall j le u   ■
rn     , about whal
uiini  ml!  bo tlielri   ■*.
entiles bum       HV all hart :
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Bovril on the
Dinner Table
Any meal i*. ilf
better liu* tin- use of
.1 Iml.- DOVRIL. li
mills si, mueh In the
flavor ,nnl nutriment of
sn many dishes ihat ii should be in every kitchen,
The nitre mini* of lUIVKII. creates appetite, and it
contains tin: nourishing element of prime beef that
strengthens and builds up thf system.
Here is ;t BOVRIL-helped dinner dish:
'■   Tl ■   iviiiilnii    at Kinl   ,   i    ■ ■      I,
nr   i  , li,, mm*      One I
.   'l'i i.m "i   .(.ii 'se    r ma       That
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wll..t   IIiIm
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illipi i        '. mi       m
I.i       'I  ere  .,,.    . me  i.1    ,,. i
I nil, in a warn very li
nun     *.  ■ ! i i mun Dei   .    ,    ,
I.in.I.  ivhli li   e   spt-i ialli       *    i
There i     *    *
v, ish.-il     I    les     i,I    ,.p l.-seelil  I
ivbiil im.     . , ,   .. ,,. .* ■  nre
I,.in ii il      Thu  ,,,,   M,.      .     ,.
ii in- spit ii of tli.- .lap        i,      [tal
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,1    lll'l'OlllU    M.I ml   ,'..|    Ii*
irjilf e mpelltl I   will   i ■ .
IM'   I '   l\',i 1,1   ll   I,MM,,1   ll,   ,  > |    ,■;,,  ;, , i. .
'i'ii I"'  long.     The v. In luu   i-   n
ei 'in  I,, whoevi i  dressiil it.   In the
wimlnii ,,i  i id i     -
line li ( gentlemen's di'sirnl les
Eight pounds of prime beef is concentrated in
four ounces of BOVRIL.
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Bovril is prtpaied only by
lull llll. UHITED, LONDON, UNO., uml MONTREAL, CANADA
,'-!'..,-'v   * \ Ly .**,-i..l .y,.„i.,l,,.,*,.l «
*>• eEfei-"» Purveyors to His Majesty King Edward VII.
Suve Coupon over nock ol Colli, and _.t Il.uuilful Premium Picture.
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l??JBM.$£i>
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ll   Is   s„i!   Uml   ;,   ,|,.  |   ,,[   ,,.,  ,    ,,
I'nny's  Sums special g Is wenl   in
(be railway smash down near Wardner tlie other day, If tho window
display Indicates anything tb st
good hit nol much miss,sl Enough
Is shown In ni.ilie nue measuro lne
length nf bis pinse agalnsl tin- price
of forty iiiiii.is in evidence. Siiin!;-
iiifi jackets nie In lh,, lefl ,,s vnu face
tbe windows. s me nu n favor
smoking jackets ol garish nn,! bizarre design anil nl colors louder than
the blast nf   n trumpet.       No mui|K
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Then '    no question    bout Fit-Ref
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standard t : .  ie I iiii   n ,
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UTS   of   PYTHIAS
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la  i  Ith Tuesday at 8 p.m.
ii, ion:    ball
J. A. Arnold. K K S.
J, tt. Bremner, CC.
ii., I iren   cordially invited
nd. 	
;   l.'il ol tlie tailed
. irpeotera am! Juincrs
-rita.
every Thursday evening at
I   O.O. T. ball, ovei i'atmore Bros.'
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brelhn n cordially Invited.
l*i,<l   \ toward Koute,
i.     ■:■   i. President.
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l.ll cl.      KC) Cil> Lndfe
At   ivl limn
,ii  drawing [or an i . .
It,    big as   a hah]
Fit-Reform  I ivcrco . ,   ■ 12.
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cu lliink am! lie in
I slllii things.
A! Iteitl's those sbnwn ale reposeful, JJlss *''1.'1*' "'
catming as a good pipe, cozy ami "le ehll.ircn.
tending In contemplation.   Tliey aro M1'e"1'''   "   :
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BEALE & ELWELL
HAVE FOR SALE
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2 acres of l,"nd which cannot be equalle ■ us a hu;ld-
ing site inr a warehouse,
ice hotisc, factory or other
larne huilding.
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tastelul, tint is whal is the m
There ate by them anv amou i „i
ties, el res, handkerchiefs ami so i«
In el 'ililen tbe man's heart. Th t
wlmlDw shows what tin* Fit-Reform
l'i--pli- mean by their propogonda.
Thoy can lit ibe pul,lie inste nt any
nil.'.     Rltrhtlv    tin-   ■ tliei   window's
gesleil.     Happy   will b.
maid  nlm   will be lucky i             lo . §
ti in her.     'I  *      icn liainl   i in- „s~
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AUCTIONEER
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JOHN HUTCHISON
"HUTCH"
Will take mi Auctioneer's Licence as soon as one
can be prDcured from the Municipality.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Phone 11 ~> P.O. Box 76
.  I   * „   Ii. Meets every
.   I ...i.ia;     eight    at
lheir mi i    Sojourn.
II illy invited.
I       Charles Suuih,
iN   0. Sel y.
... bn i.l rie.ik I i,il|;c. No. 1,
i. 1.4/. «..
tlegulat meetings' on
.    be :: .1.1    Thursday
I imm.   llinulh.
[COI    ..
i:. Hati : ."ii. Sec'y.
 I.... Nil. 'Jti?
r.    U.    L.
1st i ■..! 3rd Ftiilays   at    .
p. :n., in tlie Watts building.
Visiting   brethren   aie iniiied    to
itti ..
.!.    Edgar  Davis,  Vi.  I'.
A. St. Black, W. Set'v.
CRANBROOK LODQE, S.13,
\NCIl-NI ORDliRoi lOKIiSTKRS
CRANBROOK, U.C.
,   .:  i .tin!  lib Tuestlay in
"Good Templars Ilall."
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
A. McCowan, (.'It.      J. .Suns, Sec'y.
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L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS 1
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The Wentworth
Clapp & Rollins
The New Managers.
tcries, luu   be knows whal  is    nice, i an I onlj
Those are   more Hinn merely    nice   ■     ■ ■   i   ■        I
01 c ursc t lui I* are rIovi s, bell   and| ci
all ilie other trapping which ,„ vr„
evening ilitss.       Alongside , :■      lhe i
furs.     Sinn,'   marten  seal,     Ireland! manicui .    ■
lamb,  and    o\h I    i. i i n- |*. ■.    ;onil      Then there
destroj  one's pe ce ol mind      What j calii
.1 ies it profit one to tell ahoul Ihem   M     *     - n
(in and took at them—awl imv them
Reid  A    Co 's   w in.luw -  , ■ of l
lheir duty ! v thi  t -'  ; ;, tlicjrj I
decorate.       Thej  i  II  Ihc    wanderer  pale blue and  wlil ■   Smj —
home and pul   •'•   finis! ne  touch to  Is     U*aul [ulh   iti i>.  W*   .      „_  ,..,.,,-.-,-,-._„.«..-«„..___. - "  &'
!;i;;AA ■:'::':'""" "'" ""■ '■■'■'•.. Z iSli!^^!i^lii!Mg!gS^Mi;^iii!^l^    ;,
lhe iiii.i i, i * —
families    uf    dolls,
lis
I to    ■: ni     lhc"lnslde"i    "i      s1' •   '
-sin-.- competition;     Tlie clock I- l''!    '■
re .ill wound nn nnd -t.-.i.lilv    . • .,.*..,:
rk.       Can yon In! on tli"    Itout
ante and second ii ml! run ii w* * '' *   '   *	
ynu can, go up .m.i make ,i setei
lion   ol any    ol Ihe   . Id watel ■
,  :,.,   iBKOOK      LODOli
O.  G.  T.
Meets every Friday night above Hat
i ■ i   . Store.
C ■ ie aud join the Happy Band.
CRANBROOK
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. IS71
M ■ ts every 2nd Wednesday and 4fh
Saturday at a   u'lIix* in Oddfellow!
t.   .
Visiting brothers always welcome.
W. F. QURD,
Ba.ri:ter, Solicitor, Etc
CRANBROOK,BRITISH   COLUMBIA
T .TE A* SON
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ra Drop in ami see us anj lime.   We arc on deck 2.S hours *jj
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\ 111 h tve one ol those old time
dinnerson hrlstraasand New
Years. Old timers will reniem.
1 •: them. New comers will
al ■ remember them.
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zr-DRINK:
Made from thc best malt and the pure;t water, it is unexcelled for quality. ** Ask for
Cranbrook Beer and insist on having it. j***
The Cranbrook Brewing and
Malting   Company,   Limited
Alsu iiuiiiufnctui.rs ol nil kliul. ol Aerntcd Wnlers
rings, bracelets ami -,, Iorth,    which
lie ni-1,1,'   Iho ribbon by    tho i
ll is ,i   capital idea, and tho    best
Ihltij  m n can do is lo go up ami find
out now tho competition is arrnt
rttcre d  * diamond tings, mum.     .
ili.iinnml rings, gold ehnii -
suitable presents for people ol    thc  '*'•  effort in   tl nu m
Rockefeller way ol Ihinking In    Iho  ™ratinn  ol then*  wttido, ino
windows      r ,* trouble Is Iban lots  x'"'" !l*"!"*   s0 '■"■ ■"    l,'*lsl*     *u
ol us ean think In millions   bill    iin*   lho same tunc one cannot p
Ihou * ts arc might)  po i      llateral.!1 '"   wonderti     al   ivhal   the    while,
Ask your bankei '"   '" I   l(1"kinK ,   '*" '  ■■
is   illn;,,',I    over   silks     nf   r   se   c .1 -r
and palo iiimii     On ono ry I     u    d
BEATTIE A*  ATCHISON. | „ni  i„ bo embroidered - il
ll  looks as if Santa Clatts    must of lho    hint  given   i*i   *. I ■■■
li.ue niini'il over liis jnti ',, lle.iiii" dressing ono can conslri
,v   .Utiiisr.n, having     lit*,:  Inietl    .1   Inallott, ,i costu  fot
traction en-.ine or Iwo in haul    'I Imires, ami :1m.I: In .*.
sleigh loads ol loyn and lire resl  nl  """''' '"
I  in the sime      No relndi :ould  I""   '
es^ 3NMNNM8 MMINNNNINNNM " * : 5»8»
I   See The Big Hog at
j  HARRIS    BROTHERS j
g We are going to give a fine ChrLstmas Turkey •
a to the person who guesses nearest his weight. «
S Come and Guess, it cos's nothing.
1    HARRIS   BROS.    I
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hns In
,   iho full exlinl   .,!  lln
.„    llie beautiful sleek I.
iln il, mil forty seine nf Hie
tho gall nt Santa considered
gol .i (.ni  pair ,.! partners a...
I   in business with them,     Any   nl llin   s ""'   """' aK°-
llie young     pcoplo enn see blm    bv »' Cranliroolt keenly re
night,    and   tclilttg iliein   be is   al ,",n s   "'''"" ,'     "'
limno lliero       Ho   looks il        Tho llllsl.    '': enabti  bim
iviml ins are great,    They were spec- drain Dl cnntinnnii
tally dressed loi  il icaslon by Hr. lnBU,1« '" ,,,,ri' n	
i:   II   Small, nn arllsl in ibis' very People me ( II
.1,11ic-.ilI work-for window decorallon the Inel th.tt wondcrtn
i   .rn ,,ii and i  appreciated.     '" '"' ll'1'1 l:|,,v*        ' '■
window  la in lhe general tone white l"llMK "'• ;'1"1  "'■>' '"
,1 silver, relieinil by green.      Tho «»•     "i'l"'" "'g *
X we have your overcoat and suit.  WE 3Ezt„i EVE •!•
oi x i'la''' w'" please you, that you will like its cat, its grace 1
;■'!', -j- and fabric, and, withal, we're confident you'll be pleased j;
Mr.  !|! with iis price. Jt        ■.< ■:'• >* ..-'• .< •:•
13.^ rV'\f A I       THE   LEAD-   ?
VVtL   V   N,   INGTAILOR  I
l.itti-
olor gives lho eonlranl wbieb
black
helps i.iii tbo other colors.     Hero is "' which will run ...   low .    Dt
a true Christmas tree, laden wllh all •'•/■   "l,!l" m ,',,', " ''       I" '    ";i
lis tradltlohal weallh ol trulls, .nnl •■"' '   net, n like , run
I-vs. nml lights.     ( I people, vnu '" J1V:'*     " '" "s loautitul
who Innk mi il  tlunik Ooil iii    iimi as   stun which dn tins are    mrdo
hearts Ihal  Ibero nre no youne   pot '"      IIcre '""  ■ *!l '■
,'ttv    Blricl  hungry eyed children '"-"'i''1' ll''l:l'1' '"'"■ ■'■ '
to look nn its glories hero In Cran '" '■"""■"1 ll"1 s Vl,; '
brook   nml    In niiil   Ils   pleasures ravages.     Lines of tllvei I
and   treasures.      All   will  buve    n -111    l'1'■  "'  V"11 '•"' "ll*     '''.   Ihl1
Sinn*,., nml n hig share ..1 tho |oy of '"'' <" ■<''<■ *m "'       !
liie. nml thero will bo no lears, noi ^ IM    ■'"    '      , ' '' "
hunger, nnr cold.      It   wns line t<, see rhey lire   linn*.   I   .
ii lut nl young eliiis, each with    n •'■•' ,'"!l*.    ' '■''  '
limil. iif candy on lie end of n slick lv0™ "' high   rt.     I       .
Between sacharlno suets nf deep  v '" h°ses of Japanese Ini pi t
teiiliiieiil   ilnv   speculaleil on    what iir
Ihev would havo ol tlm glories    he
,'lh   el"
Thoy Im
other   l.-eiiuir
boxes, lie
fm*,. Ihem.     None doubted thai  lln.
I ivniitil  have locomotive engines,    or
'Pullman    ears   or   sleds.       Their arc^never out of fa
young ininiritinliniis run riot In    tho Co. s stock   Is en!
light mid beauty of Ibe window.    It modern fash   n.  ^ I*                   n le
w.is as guild   as a pantomime    liu* downstairs is    the   i .    *          Ccn-
lliem. The other window is a scheme ""7 clothing,     llm cab.nel ■ ol Uns
nf crimson mu! silver and mnsi   of- make are worthy of inspection wheth-
fcctlvcly lighied.     Here are   shown ''■'    >'""    need to buy or   not.    01
cnnmellcil glass wilh hurnishod    gold ,,'"l,l!'l''s>' >',"", sl"'"1 nssnred  In    tho
designs, oxqulsilc Uclrek ware, Irrld- J111 ostahlishmc I, not alone     rom
eseeiil.    as a   sea   shell's   interior, "ie   proprietor    himself, bi i    from
bevelled gloss mirrors In unit! Flor- "'">'   member ol Ins mosl  oaliglng
eiitlne fratttes, plaques for wall    dc- 'm-'I1-
corations,  thoso oxtraord'lnary slut- 	
itelles    in   (litme   effects, Bohemian HARRIS BROS,
glass, Wcdgewood china anil a   host Harris Bros, wanl  lo know if ynu
of   smaller articles    on a revolving and even*  one ciso are gi tui ,u cs-
sliint!   whicli   turns   mosl, tiiiiefully tlmatfng the weight of n dead   ling.
haviiig a musical atlachiiicnt in    ils	
basement storey.    Wc heard that   it (Continued on page six.)
Before you make arrangements for
jour fall
FAINTING and
PAPERING
see us for ideas, designs and stock.
It may be mutually profitable
HARVEY & McCARTER,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Hazell Block Cranbrook, B. C.
,****-*******.*.****■*.***.*****
C, H, DUNBAR       |
i    Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary    *
t Public, Etc J
J   Cranbrook,    -    -    B. C.   S
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DRS. M.NO & GREEN,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ofiice at  Resilience,  Armstrong Ave.
OFFICE HOURS :
Forenoons  9...I) to   11
Afternoons - - . . 1.30 to 3.30
Evenings 7:jo io 8.3(1
CRANBROOK :: ::    ::    B. C.
.,   ..v   1.M .     •    -i,   * , * I 4
Dr. Connolly,     +
Physician and Surgeon   ?
Oiiice on Armstrong Avenue J
Hours :—0  to  11  am ,  2 to 4   T
p.m., 7 to 8 p.m.   '1'bniie 105.   T
UR. K U. KINQ
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS :
9 In 12 ,i in.
1  lo    II  f In.
7  lo   8 pin.
Omcc ami residence on Armstrong are
CKA.NIIKOUK, 11. C.
F.J. Bradley & Co. |
Artistic   Painters  and   Decorators    $
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DR, i:. li. AllLKS
DENTIST
OFFll E HOURS :
9 tn il a.m.
1 in li p.m.
7 tn   ho in.
Office in new Heid block
CRANBROOK, B. 13.
J. ivl. DERR,
UUI IT AND SHOE MAKER.
Repairing Promptly Done.
Footwear to Measure a Specialty
People who want job work doae
cannol afford In pay fm* poor work.
That is why it pays to get work
done al tin: Herald office. No complaint is inaile nl lhe work turiiod out
hi re Inr lbe rensnii that it Is up to
date anil the work ol ur to date
printers. That makes a differencf
with any Individual,
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:■*<■«* e««:-<- we*****--'. «-t-e«t*frt;**s*c*r
NOTICE.
NEWS OF  THE
DISTRICT    **      **
Taken
From
East
Kootenay
Papers.
NOTICE.
Nnt in
\iOTD»Wi»MiMW^^a'M*MawinManMaaaaa^ee8eft^*'B*a^
■ shed will he   moved several hundred
MO. IE ! yards north nt n» present location,
  ls.illy  yt'sU'iil.ij   tiiniiiilig  .lltillissey
.Mines  was Ute seello nl  a disaslrouti
lillllll    ileslltliil    lho    .Mllli'ls
i. hereby given tb.it 30 days
llie
(From   the .Mnyie
11.111
hotel,
week.
1'.  V
Leader.)
'rom   mc •"")"• ,' . ., mi-     ulmii   dosiioyeil   me   .union.
McDonald,   ol   ,lu'-   ,"'„,, hotel  and   Mlllei s laundi)   biuldiug.
Cr&nbcouk, was iu Moyie |ily Illt.   *jiohL. „ui j,ii„niy alter   -
.as wrap
was Insi
1 o'clock aud  luu
loliiistnit   and C. -1. Ann-  pod   In     llamos helot
..   ,„   L'taiibiunk the U'si noticed In   luu men working al lbe
.uiing were   m   >. , ^ oVB£_    TlH]s0 m0||   tus|10(|    ltl
0| i|,e weeh. sici'lc, the town ball a Utile distant,, and
.Miss   Nldioson,   o» r u*k4   the   sleeping     i ibiiatus,
wll siii-ieiil Miss BniaWM , bul *,,  uml iiiui* ail hope ni saving
lu the Moyie school. uiiniir of the auovo metiuoued builu-
Mrs. II.   Cameron and banyw« Wc||   sUi(rd   cluM   ,„,,,.„„.,,
visiting   with   Iriends   In CranbrooB  ^ ^      .(m, walM   ma  llmu,,
the tilsr nl the week. ' 0|l( umi d mt\i  was ttespalctiud    Willi
Miss atwood is employed in iho au |UISU. u, tho unties, a mile uis-
Druz and Stationer) Btoro during the UIllp lu uuu ,i on. The IVcstorit
holiday nub. | liu-iel, loo leet distant, had u    nor-
ni   '\t ..,„ ii,i,l Fellows inlewl giv- row escape, sn groat was tbe    con-
.', ',,,,,„ i   lull alwul   Friday  llagrattou,     ttaier ami wet ulanaots
mR ti,,.,, annual   bail s (u Ma
evening, ■■•'"•"'   '-'',...,.      (>t' l.ue,.- hotel wis saved,     i'he .diners'
Oeo, Powell has ">-^i}'*RR,"l *,„& „,,,  built i.i   I   Morion ibroo
years ago.     11 was nne ,,l tuo   hest
UUlldillgs     III   lhe   lullll.     lis   lllll.,.ls       'i
being exceplioiially largo and   strong du
.nnl' well   pui together,     it was nu Cn
, x   su .nnl tin.   storeys high.     The lot
I building cosl   t.iei   mu,imii. .nnl     the till
•I    .   notice thai  thirty day., alter
i    i;:::,:ii1:::;::'*fJX^ **, ...«.»,„nt,
lor i license ti   eui   md   carry awaylHott,   Chief  Commissionei   "i   Lands
tii Irom the   t"ll"wuig dcscrlbcil I and Works   lot a license lo prospeel
lamls lu Kasl  Knotonay: [or coal   and polrotcum on the   lol-
i tencing at a post about three- towing      j,,^.,,*,,.,,     |,imls     situat0
l,il,,neis ul  .1   nil!.*   west  nl  .Sk,„ikllln-i b '
freel thetiee inniiiii" in chaius aliniil seven miles iiiulii ul
.,,,„, .it chains west, tbence Uie international Boundary line ami
.-,, chains snub, Ihenee to chains anuul tbreo ami one hati uiiles east
west, thence 1:" , minis north, thenco
.0 chains e.isi, i., place ni commencement.
Snlnel    .lellell,
Agenl, It, Little.
Lucated Uus nth dui ni December,
1005.
famous gasoline lighting plants
In MacEachern ,v Maedonalu s slou.
Ernest Cnmoton, brothel "i
"Sandy" ami tt'ilticil Cameron, is in
the Cranbrook hospiitil Willi a sovcio
attack nl pneumonia
NOTICE.
Take iiullco that thirty days after
.I.iit- I lulenil rn  appi)  i,, the   I'lnei
Commissi, i   in'   Lnmls nml   Works
iui* a license t" i ill .'in! ...ny away
Umbel from iin* lollowlng described
lands in Easl  Kooteuay:
Commencing ,u Un- iiutlh-wesl cornel nt Null..-, .1.11,.! s license, thenco
l,,u chains south, Ihrni'c in chains
wesi, Ihence leu eliains north, lllelicu
In chains easl, In piaee ,,i commencement.
Located Ihis ."nli 'I.n  .'I llccemher,
In   Itobell   Little.
II)   I"
simp,  is
ami is Hi
j.i.uiil).      The
I building ami
$5,500,   111
IMI,*       111,1111
coloring in.'
The
epi
In
s.laj
j.Western   In.Iel.
I make eel l.llli all.
I
Um
Agel
,,l,i    lhe.
. i:   l.ii
III llill*
If
.1    Hel
Igbl   In   ailjusl    I
'Hie  night   ,,l   lhe  llle   llle  M
eis   lintel wns vacant, -Ins. Call, t
,iitt  was   I,,unci   li-naul,  hail   veil   mn     l
■lne day    bel  ami   .tlessis.   T. Wbelan  111
„,l bus-land iltaiit    liuwiiing, wlm bail    jnsi I —
I signed   a     II     lent   base   ol      the
hotel, w.iii    I,, Morrissey Mines    mi
Wetlnesdii) ami ivero sleeping al   ihe1    lake noilce Ilia!  Ihlrly .Inv.
l*hei   iiiii-ndi.il     -i"* I n"''1"1 '" -'i'i'1?  '    '
.in,ns I,, ih,, i s„  (' iiissiiniei   ol   Lands
I
Wallet 1! Lame,
chased I*.. .1. BaKOI
blunting UP a good
.Mnyie in remain.
.Mis.  Crouin     I.u   ,T *''■'>     [uc|Mr, A. II. i ,.
Rossland ami Spo„ai,c.    sue mten-s   \,   \. Itiebard
bringing the   cnilaren, who are   ab-1 city  i.wunr
lonuillg   school,   limil.*   i"i   linis.ut...s
Lust   Salllldaj   wa.,   payd..)   ill   lbe
St .   l-.ugenc   liniie
distributed amuiigs
lOWn  Wils I,inly .M
mess bus been brisk ev. i Mitce.
Al  llie lliei'l lift I'i ll"* I"';'"1 Jj'JjfjJ
ease commissioners bell	
yesterday all "t 'In' '"
Moyie wme reiiowed. .,. • . "'""•' •  ,, ._, ,|.,,, prcparalury I,
application   was   lumen   tluvoi,     in   .       ,^ ^ a„„t.a|.1.(| ,,,'ha
having   unl  soculi-,1  a  slilln■l.-iil   lllllll I I l.ullali,
her ol signatures o   lho lesldenls   I  ()(   ||k,      ^   (|| |||r ,ul
il.e lown.     He will agiiiii ui"'"* •'('   snvw|,     aii acetylene plan!
plication  mi   lleeeniliel   .I0IU, lillslalll,    vnlueil    al   $1.1111,   w
.1.  I*:, t'lnwe Inst a horse one   day   ,|__lroyod. Mr.     Miller's
Uns   week while   taking  oul mining building wns a un> stnrey
lllllliel   llll   Ihe  wesl  Side "I   lho    lal.c I vnlluil   III   lllllllll    Jl .Llllll.    " I
The bi.l.sc  was bitched   I" u   slick  nl',,,,   hislltance.
timber which was being dragged (<>
the edge nl Um chute lo the lake.
Tbe Ing g"l started ilnwn the chlllu
ami the borso Inst bis louliug and
was dragged lo lho bottom. Uo w
injured Internally and dropped
shortly  allei wauls.
Wm. Tope met  with another
fortune this week.    While working
A.  Klingcnsmith, who has
Mil ICE.
appi)
L.tn
the    Inlln
I    Is 'II.I
days ait,
the    I'll!
ami   Wnll
I'l
lltl'll 1,1
Iel      III
ll   111   llll
easl ul Side
mei,  lhe	
Ill  ehains
suuth, Uiciiii
pnsl   nbil
I   .lellell':
llill  elm 111
,-t       I I,MU
III   I It.llll
ll
ill
jl &uge. L
I'UK
8.  I.,  nuuu-l
iy. "^
l ulUlUL'UCltlg
•it   A   pOtil   I'l.l
1 cd    „
lie iml ui
fti--*
CUlUtl,  tHUu£
II1L-   U.U
al  llUbl,
AUitl
L'OilL      LU   Ult'   11
Ulil .-.,.■
ui uci     i-
Wired lUoiuub
ii.tli,
UIVIIIL'      IU
lllll
i;       bOUlll     MI
in.u...
lllilKC   CIS
I du     L'liaui.-.,  tin I
ii-   imi i
iii uiams,
Hit.
int.' west fiu ii
ainti    i
j.uie ui
uiiiliHlui'iiii'iil   UUU
coutan
U£   llll)   ill
les.
Located
lln
Dili daj ol
Uctobei
IUU5,
A. iSuii'iiMin,
Locatoi
38-51
J.     I'IMl.'i,
.1.,i-nl.
NUT1UK.
Nol [cu
day;, alii
u   ll
il.i
•ieu>  givou th
i   iiiii;
-'i'l'ij i
LAM) NOTICK.
Notice is hereby Riven that fin da>s
iinm dale I intend tn apply io the;
('luff Commissioner of Lands and
Works to piinlasi' tbe following des-
scribed lands, situate in Uie district
ol South Easl Kootenay.
Commecning at tlie north rust corner ol lot 6237, group 1. Kootenay
division, tbence north -H* chains.
tbence west -1** chains, tbenCD south
10 chains, thence eaet tn ehains to
the place ol commencement.
AUred Jolltlte.
Located   the 1 ih    dav   of October,
1905.
M-!U Cranhrook. B. 0
ilie Cliiel Cuiumissioiici ol Lamis an
Wurks 'und tu Uie Assistaiti i un
missiuiiei ci Lauds alio Ui.n.
im     iin'    district      ul  luisl    Kui
irua) , lul ;i UCCHSC to plusped dl
Coal   and   prl lulriiln   Uii   mi-   lulluWIII
i-asi  .Uulii-i Creok, alioul  live    mil.
lillllll   ul   Hu'     i .in..ill,ill   !'.,<   Iir   i,,i|
ni.nl, and lying wesl < I llm Alelnnc
liiuiip, and nm Hi ni im- t row - i\e
I'.iv, Cui L'uiiipauj h I,.mi,
I Cranbrook
Hold
I.   Col •ii.ii.s   at a
mil' linle nnllll ,,l ., pi
easl nl lite [lllt'l'SCI llllll
side   line  nl   tin-   .in inn,
llie luiiili    sub-  1  nl
Nesi Pass Coal Colnpill
pnsl Inilil,'   llle  initial  |
LoFrenz's claim, ami i
Lc.'lt'li/.'.s    Inuiheasl   01
»-i_.hl \   chains     wesl,
ills     snlllll,   Ulelll'O  e
insi   pl.t
I   lin
.l oi i*:. ii
rkod  I.   ll
NOTICE,
I'liie:
I   Work,
11-
i nn
lands
er   It*,
the  following describe
Easl K'liiie
lilncy .ielle
iv:
lll
II est,   llll
III chnlns
dead
IKANK
Fli/zell.
,  H,  l.ll tic.
Ib  dny  nf  lb
NOTICE.
(From The Frank Paper.)
The new   siding for the dining   oar     ,,.,.,,     t|co Ihal  Ihlrly days aft.,
bus been completed and the car   will    ,  .    .  ■  .     , ,    :,, .,      nuci
g as Zjn?"" ''" ''"'' al "' CJ""'"'""    alI Commissioner   ot  "Lands aid   Worki
a muck.-, in the   No. 8 Lako   Shore|   c   A   Kli„K,-„si„iii., who has   had Omber'Trom'te'fouitlng'dracrltail
tn",    ,!   i,   i iIiik   r,liirt1, "' ""' ('"h'ma" ll""'1' ""IK"11'  lands III Easl  Kootenay:
wall lell on   luu, hiMikii*. Is    iLb.i0( t|K, ]m   wlJ,   , Ucccniber 15     Commencing al  the norlh-easl cor-
He was taken ... the Cra brook Im.- r,„.  ,..„.     w,       h   |lM ,    „,    ium ^ ,
pita   Thursday.    Mr.   lope las "H Eiko hotel.    S. Manahan is now    in   'hence lull chains-  *ilt,  thonce    41
ainly bo-en ou   p lu        W i bit t le ss ,„„ Q,fa      at „,,, t,<lU,|n,uu , ,, , „ ',  ,__      th
"':i' S.X,™    i is   b,    ieine    broken I   "'"''"" 1'°»'1'1)'. a vctomn "[   ""'  "'"»''''   M chains west  to place    ol
misfnriiincs,   bis  log   being    broken  _ fc    J. with commencement,
twice,  and   at a ,,U ■ he     ro-1   ,    brolhJr.ta_, w   j pat*      ,ltj Si,|,H.v ,,,.„,,,,,  N*„. 2.
ivivisl a si'M'.e and ilangeinus till on  fl,a „„„„,   (|„.  {]', m{   mont||    'i(,(  , Ai,(.|1,*   R   Li|||(,
",c 100'- Ibis week fur bis home in England.        Located this 5th da)  oi December
Tbe   members   ol    Mnyie   Minors     John Collar, an employee at    the 1005. 88-51
union, No. 71, can leel juslly pliiuil | l-'rauk miue, at nunn to-day was
nl lbe success achieved al their li'llt caught between Iwu ininc curs and;
annual ball, which was given In had bis leg broken, lie was laken
Eagle ball on Deceinbei 12 and lho to tho hospital where the Iraolure
president nud secretary and comntll- was reduced and be is now resting
tec are entitled to all kinds of crcdil. | easily.
Nearly iDti people participated   *""i - - — -- ■
there was nnt a complaint  [iiiiii any TRANSFER OF LICENSE i
quarter. The hall presented a protly ] Notico is hereby given llial we In-1
appearance, On nne s.de were Um lend iii apply in ibe Board nl Lie-
winds, Organl7.aliun, Education, In- casing Commissioners for lho City ot
dependence, and on the other wero Craubrook at tbo lirst mooting hell
the winds Mnvie Minns Union, No.'thirty davs after tho lirst appear
71, W. F. nl M. On. tho singe a unci- of ihis notice tor a transfer ol
luiiiiel was arranged and placarded our license for lhe Queens hotel
"Lake Shore No, 1." In tbo tunnel linker .street, Cranhrook, to Qeorgi
a "chippy" machine wns set up Gougeon.
ready Inr wmk      The tunnel    was     Haled lllsl December, 1005.
lUgcon St    Nctterlleld,
Gurd, their Agenl.
po
W    I'
30-11
lighted wilh caudles and had a veiy   (
realistic appearance.     An exception-'
ally  giind   slipper was served at  lhc
Hotel Koolenay and uver 150 persons ',«_,,,,,,.	
sat. down lo the In s.     Musi,* was W-M-I-M"I"I"M»M"I"I"M»W-
furnished by Prof. Wilson and F. J.  '* r,        < .       j-,
Smyth,  violins;  Prof. Owens, piaini,■.. L-ranbrOOK     rOUtl- '.
and  E.  O.   Kanutt,   eornei.     W.     li.
Lang   nllieiiiti-tl   as    floor manager,
Moyie    Miners   iiliiini is nne nf    the -r>
strongest  In the province, ii  having
a membership uf nearly :tini in   good
standing.      As mi example nl    the
good work   it   is   lining,    tor    the
qoarter between   .lull   1st nml September .'in il paid oul t-'istt iu    sick
bettelils.     W. .1.    I'Vllhain is prcsid-l-
ent ami Tims. 10. Kelly lbe financial
secretary.
FERNIE.
dry and
Machine Shop
McKinnon & Johnston
Proprietors
Wu an. [.repiirert to
(In nil kiiuls ul' ro.
pair work heavy and
lilllit. in.'iki' custiliK_,
turn shafts, etc.
; Scientific    Horseshoeing   n |
Specialty
• -I"H-I"1"1"I"|.'|'.|..|„|..|.1-1-H--I»m4
S Clean Clothes s
JtH'1
;ii
(From the Fernie Freo Press.)
Mr. and Mis. 0. 1'. llill. nf llill
crest, were in the eily on Wednesday. The new townsite ol Hilleresl
will be opened tip shortly.
The annual mooting nf lbe dlroc-
lors nt thc Furl Sleele Brewing Co.,
Ltd., was held on Tuesday. The al-
l.iirs nt lhe company are in excellent
condition under the able management
r,t A. Mull-, ami W. S. Fiiirlielil. The
company now owns property valued
at. 11,10,000. It T. L. (iiilliraith, nl
Fort Steele, who is one ol lho directors, was present,
Thomas Hnpe, n v ig man   from
Elkmouth,  was    brought    in Fer
last, week  suflelilig  from n   rifle sl
received through flic nt m       Ho I
it dressed ami be returned home lhe
same  day       The accidetil   wns     Ibo
result nf carelessness in bundling lho
gun.     He caught hold of il Ity    the
muzzle and dragged ii nver lho edge
of the boat ami lite aeciih-ii!  ivas lhe
natural sequence.
At the meeting nf the Kootenay
Presbytery held in Knox church on
Wednesday evening the resignation nt
Rev. Alex. Dunn, B. I)., was accepted. A committee appointed by llle
congregation strongly represented to
the Presbytery the excellent wmk
done by Mr.'Ilium during the pasl
year and their sincere regret caused
by bis resignation. Mr. Dunn severs
his connection at the end uf tho
year. ; t
an-   J The Leading Stnrr For
■ if,,,   J CHOICECONFECTIONERY
I I     is   ,','ISV    ll,  llll Vi. I'll'llll
"tins. wlimi' thorn is n lirsi
tiiulry in   town,    Vmi
can't nll'iii'i! in [inlronizn chi
liosn wlimi ymi nun trrt  your
work iloiio Ly white | |,ir in
n whitn way anil nl prici's Unit
will   :i|i|»':il   In   i,ny,    win,
wants* umiil work
Crows Nest
Steam Laundry I
m Cranbrook, li. ('. f»
ts»,_\MsJMs|vV. ITsJ_s.«- .4
exeelleul
miillmi  I'm
Illy   build
I  STEWART'S J
4
4
....      4
, FRESH NUTS *
II   is   reported   ,n
thority   that   the
Raiiwav Co.   will tn  , .
new   station     al   Fernie    next   vein, * FRESH FRUITS       {
bul also at Coleman, Frank, Cowley { l'«ncv Winter urapes .li ,1c;   llnnnns J
and Tabor.    These building will   all { ,|„P OrsngesCallfornls N.val Oranges 4
be frame  buildings    on   solid stone J „.,„„, „„„... c  „„ ,
loundations.       The     Fernie"s'laVion"   t  M'1'"' ""I"' S"lyr"" fl>* 4
whicli   will   he large   and in keeping   ,     ,.„„ __ _     _
with tbe growth nf the city, will be 4 J*HUGH STEWART.* {
located between the present depot f phoncno ts Armstrong *ve J
•lid tlie  freight   shed.     The  Irelglit>%*%»»%%%%%%%%%%%%»^<a
,st,   Ihenee
place nl liegiun
iiiui
IB,
la
Im   II.   Ll'Fl'CI
.1.   II.    Hellipl
Unl November
/.. Lt
ill,   A
miii,
rn
ut
I"
i  planted
in   E,  11
he
ilai
PICKING A  HORSE
it particular purpose is easy   Ioi
Because we bave them inr till
kinds of use. Naturally our
LIVERY SERVICE
is f.n superior to that of the horse
whieh has In cull cnal during the
week and cany liis i wner to a funeral
on Sunday. If Santa Clutis saw our
horses be would pension oil his    old
reindeers, eh ip
hiie n rig from
same when vmi
a horse and cn:
Espcciall) as
makes il  really
up bis nlil sleigh and
is. Vnu should dn lhu
lho services ol
n* any purpose.
•ale nl charges
i ruiis.it.
ciillll
cheap
The   Hundley     Livery Stables
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
Excursion  Rates
EAST
$63.50
Round Irip
Three Month's Limit
Toronto, Montreal
iimi ptindpnl puinl*;
Ontario and Quebec
Correspond'ng   rates (n all
Points in Mariiime  Provinces
N I'll'  YOi.'K   AND
NUW   KM; I.AM)
On Sale Daily
December -1 to 31
For detailed information, first-class
or tourist sleeper reservations, apply
to local agent or write
J. S. CARTER,       E   ,)   COYLE,
HI'A..   Nelson.   A.O.P.A.   Vtneniiv.,.
0. Ifillhr, Agenl, Cranbrouk.
moncing
al the   northeast     ,
LeFreiiz's claim,  tlio
initial  pnsl  nl    .1.   I     I'm
and marked .1. T,  Peiin's
thenco' eighty chains south, Ihenee
eighty chains wesi, thenco elghly
chains north to place nf beginning,
containing about  cm aires.
.1. T. I'eiui. Loealor.
.1. II. Ileiiipliill. Agent.
Located November 13th,  11105.
■'i. Commencing at a posl plantetl
at ,1. T. Penn's norlhwcsl comer,
said pnsl being tbe initial linsl nf
E. A. Martin's claim nud marked E.
A. Martin's southeast corner, Iheiico
eighty eliains east, Iheiiee eighty
chaius north, thence eighty chains
west, thence eighty chains south lo
place nf beginning, containing about
MO acres.
E. A. Martin. Loeator.
•i. II. Hemphill, Agent.
Located November 12ih, 1005.
i. Commencing at a post planieil
at E. A. Martin's southwest corner,
the saint- being the iniliitl post nl
C. L. But Icefield's claim anil marked
O. I, IliillelTield's snulheasl corner,
Ihence eighty cbains west, thenee
eighlv chains north, Uienco eighty
chains ensl, thenco eighty chains
snulli to place oi beginning, containing .iiimii mm acres.'
('. L. Iliiociiield, Loeator.
-I. II. Hemphill   Agenl.
Located November l.th, 1805.
5. Commencing at a pnsl planted
nno mile nortii ol C. L. Buttorileld's
northeast corner, said pnsl being the
Initial post ol Martha Comer's ciaim
and marked Martha Cornor's north-
oast enrner, thence eighty chains
west, tbence eightv chains' south,
thence eightv chains cast, thenco
eight chains north to place ol beginning, containing about 040 acres.
Marl lia Corner, Locator.
J. II. Hemphill, Agent.
Located November 12th, 1(105.
fi. Commencing at a post planted
at Martini Coiner's northeast corner,
the .same being the Initial posl ol IV.
,1. Dcinutest's northwest corner
thenco eighty cliains cast, llience
eigbly chains south, thence eighty
chains west, thence eighlv chains
north tn place of beginning, containing about lilll acres.
W. .1. Dcmorest, Locator.
•1. II. Hemphill. Agent.
Located November 12!li,  1005,
1. Commencing al a post planted
at W. .1. Domorost's northwosl curncr, said post being tho Initial pnsl
nf T. .1. Domorost's cialm and marked T. .1. Demo rest's southwest curlier, Ihenee eighty chains east, llience
eigbly  chains      north,   tl o  elghly
cliains west, thenco eigbly ciiains
snulli to place uf beginning, containing abiiiil, (iin acres.
T. J. Dcmorest, Locator.
.). II. Hemphill, Agent,
Located November 12th,  IU05,
S.   Cumin -ing   at a pna| planieil
at T. .1. Domorost's southwest curncr, the samo being lhe inilial pnsl
nt Emily Corner's claim and marked
Emily Comer's southeast comer,
thenco eigbly chains west, thoncc
eigbly cliains north, Ihenee eigbly
chains cast, I hence eigbly chains
snulli tn place iii beginning, contain
ing about ti'lll acres.
Emily Comer, Locator.
J.  II.   Hemphill,   Agent.
Located November 12th, 1005.
0. Commencing at a pnsl. planted
nne mile   north nf   Emily Corner-
niirlbwesl, curlier, the same being ll
Initial pust uf .!, ll. Hemphill's
claim and marked ,!. II. Hemphill's
northwest corner, thenco eighty
cbains cast, thenci' eightv chains
soulh, thence eightv chnitts west.
Ihence eighty chains north to placi
of beginning, containing about 8.0
acres.
J. II. Hemphill, Locator.
Located November 12th,  1H05.
IN THE COUNTY t'OI'HT OF Mb)
TEN AY,
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF GUY II. KIRKPAT
RICK, UNDER SECTION it OF
THE COAI, MINES ACT.
Notico is hereby given that Iht
aii,ne mentioned parly has hied .<
petition, daled the 2nd day ul Oelu
(• i, I'm.,,   amending lus lormor pen
 laid the full dav ol Noveinbei
IMil,  hi* showing   thai  the lamls   m
(cried in therein ate un Alumina
Kishtii iiuii creek, running Irom    tin
Itniill lull*   line    In      nliinit   Iiiiii-  Iiiiii"
iiiii ill iif ii, ami mil iiimii on m . i
link,  anil  Ills  Htm , J||||g0 Mils'.li
in "i.l r daled ihe lllli da) ol Nn.
 n. 1005,    has ordered   thai lh!
advertisement   In-    published in  gn
noilce ,,l the saul amendment.
Hal,d November lllli.  1005,
.1.  Im  Alinsl g,
35 ll Rogistral
NOTICE,
in* is hereby given Hint :iu ilayi
mi,*   I lulenil in applv i.i   tin
Cbiel   Ci.ii.iiiii.sii.il. i   of   Lumi.
A'orks   tor a license tn prospeel
oni     nml   pell.ileum  nil   Ihe    Inl
ig      described     lands,    sltuati
seven miles       tlolTIl        u
ml,*!ii.,11.,im, 1 Boundary line   nm
L     lhree     miles   ensl     ot   Silgi
,, s. I.   Knololtay, It. O.
iimeneing at a post planted    n
mil li west comer, being the ll.ll
osl adjacent     I" tin rth-wes
■r ot A. Snrensnn's claim, Ihenci
ing uurili SO ehains, llieme in-
dolus, ihenee snuih sii chains
•e west Ml , In,ins lo place II
ili-liet'l I     ami     cotllnillillg    l'i
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Guest,- Cnmlerl 8 Specialty
liuiiil .stohl'nji n Conaectloo
* m 11:!, ad and depot.    Has H.vimimt >tn
t*    public  unequalled In Crnulironk.
Hot an I   *.!.' i'ailis
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Commencing at a pnsl, planted
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TIMBER NOTICE.
Thirty days after date we inteml
lo apply to tie I'liiel Commissionei'
ol Lands ami Works, Victoria, for a
Special I leense to cut and carry
away limber fiom the following described lands situated in Soulh Easl
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted 1.
miles, more nr less, north of the northern boundary line ot Lot 7:ii:i,
thenco running west su chains, thence
nuitli SO chains, Ihence rast 80
chains, thrnce soutli 80 chains, to
pninl of commencement, containiii
(Hit acres, more or loss.
Thr King Luiiiber Mills, Ltd.
Dated November 8, 1005.      3l-.'il
NOTICE.
Nnl ire is hereby given that 30 days
ifler date 1 intend to apply to the
Unu. Chlel Commissioner nf Lauds
aud Murks for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on tho lollowlng described lands, situate
between seven and eighl miles oullll ol
the International Boundary line und
about three miles east uf Sage
Creek, S. E. Kootenay, 11. ('.
Commencing at a post planted at
tho south-west corner adjoining O. ,1.
Long's claim on the nortli-west,
thence running unit It 80 chains,
Ihenee cast Sll chains, llience smith Sh
cbains, llience west 80 cliains to place
nl commencement and containing 040
acres.
Located Ibis Olh day ol October
1905.
Fred. E. Empev, Locator,
no-fit .1.   Fisher,  Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lamls and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner ol Lands and Works [or
East Kootenay for a license to pins-
peel Inr cnal and petroleum on the
lollowlng described land: Situate and
adjacent on tlio easl lo tho C. P. It.
boundary lino as surveyed and abmtl
ilnee-lniirths   of a    milo    from   the
 lh of thc s h   fork of the Flal-
bi-ail Kiver, South East Koolenay, 11
Commencing at a post planted nt
Uio south-wost corner, being ihe initial post adjacent to the north-west
cmner ol .lames Fisher's claim and
lying west nl the Kilty Thompson
elaim, Ihenee running north 811 chains,
Ihenee east 811 chains, tl'ciiec soulh
80 chains, Uience west so cbains, t,
plaee of commencement, and contain
ing lilll acres.
Located Ihis 28ih day ul Soptcm-
bor, A. 1). 1905.
Nettie It. Plait, Liicalc.
.las. Fisher, Agent,     33 51
MINERAL  ACT.
(Form F.)
CERTIFICATE     OF
MENTS.
IMPROVE
MAliNET   MINERAL CLAIM.
SITUATE IN THE FORT STEELE
MINING DIVISION OF EASI'
KOOTENAY DISTRICT,
WHERE LOOATED-ON w.l.i
CREEK ABOVE ST. MA li VILA KE.
TAKE NOTICE tint I, IV. A. McL.
Meachen, F. M. C, No. 1173052, agent
Inr Win. Carlin, F. M. C, No. U73753
am! VV. A. McL. Meachen,. Free Min-
ot J. II. Hemphill's northwest cor- er's   Certificate   No. B73952, intend,
ner, tho same being the Initial post sixiy days from date hereof, to apply
of II. O. Beldon's claim, and marked to lhe Mining Recorder lor a Cortl-
It.    G. Bclden's     southwest corner, finale of Improvemenis, for the   pur-
t hence   eighty     cliains east,    tbence Poso of obtaining a Crown Grant   of
eighty chains   mirth,  thenco    eighty the above claim,
chains   west,     thence   eigbly chains And further lake notice that action,
snuth, to place of beginning, contain- under section 37, must be commenced
ing MO acres. belorc tho issuance ol such Ccrtillcatc
R. G. Beldcn, Locator. of Improvements.
J. H. Hemphill, Agent.          |   Dated this 28th   day of November,
Lucated November 12th, 1905. A. D. 1905.
38-5t" 30-0t             W. A. McL. Moachen.
Robiiisoii*AfcKenzie Lumber Co.,
Saw and Planing Mills
All Kind. Of
Rough and Dressed Lumber
SOMETHING DOING AT THESECOND HAND STORE
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03, oii\, t,i go iii  real  bargain prici
Employment Agency in Connection.
las. McArthur. the Second Hand Man :i:
MASON & RSSCH  PIAN05
Out* we (em manager, Mr.,. C. Whlteacre .will
be with the local agent, Mr.'Rots Tate, for one
week during December and will offer
Special Christmas Prices   and   Easy    Terms
To anyone desiring to pr chase a Piano. Send
your name and address to Mr. Tate. DO IT NOW
MASON & RISCH PIANOS are used from
he Atlantic ti the Pacific. Tn:ir splendid tone
volume, their artistic case designs, combined
with their great durability, have won for them
this great popularity.
MASON & RISCH PIANO CO. Ltd.
WESTERN BRANCH, -IS,ID I   B ,C. TOitONTO   O i r
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MEAT
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Presh nnd Cured Meats    '.'i]
Presh    Pish,   (Initio   nnd    •'.'
Poultry. M
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trodi' Is solicited
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Markets in nil the principal luun.
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GREAT NORTHERN TRAINS
Th: quick, city comfortable way to
Spokane, Seattle, Vancouver an il all points
cast a nd west.
For doUiiloil Information  address
F. I. Whitney, Passenger Traffic Mgr, St. Paul Minn.
S. (i. Vcrkcs, A. Q. |>. A.. Seattle, Wash.
R. S. ''Daknta'-snlh'KiinaonlttetiirthonHonli   March 19,1»
». S  lllnniuoti   .alls from Hoattlo for tbo OHnnt fob. 1,1 u.u TIIE (.'T.AXP.TtOOK nr.l; U.I)
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Evening
Dress Suits
Have you got one for the
j I.O.O.F. Ball Jan. 1st. We
have a lot of Dress Suits of
the finest broadcloth material,
made by Campbell, in the very
latest   styles.    Price  per  suit
$22 and $27
Cranbrook Cooperative Store
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A  GIFT  FROM
Would be thc exact term, should you visit our  it; t/tit ' .  .ind select any of the  many
beautiful tilings there in the Furniture Line as a Christmas Gift for your re'aMves or friends. All
will agree lhat no present is as much appreciated as one that can be used in every day lite. Read the
list below. We are sure you will see something that will just suit you as a Gift to your Father,
Mother, Brother, Sister, or Friend.
Beds   priced  fron  $1.75  to $6.50,
over 30 styles.
Springs Irom $3.50   to $6.50, all
makes.
Mattresses from $3.50 to $17.00, all
sizes.
Dressers and Stands from  $1
$45, elm, ash, oak & m&fa
Chairs, common, from 90c to $2
Rockets* wood, Irom $2.50 ti
Rockers, leather,   lowest   on   the
market.
Settees, plain wood, from $11
Settees,  upholstered, Irom  $20  to
$35.
Musi: Stands from $9 to $18, fln<
Xmas Gift.
China Closets irom $20 to $30.
Chefflners from $25 to $30.
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In our _:or_, imv!, and
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Ainas Groceries.
When you want jjood
■ sCook-
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Ictcplioi-c,
The offer This Week the Best Cooking Apples on the Market at $1,65 Per Box
OUR COUPON
I redeem them lliis week under
lie I .m.      .iiinilis;
til person, over r> years nhl must tie
II all nl,,ui our ml. Ibis week.
eltveen  ll) ami 1,1 mnsi
.mi   iv father, mother
nil I hie to give us a
' , of ii bat it,* are advertising
*    u ler liiiini-t bring father,
iun ii iiii iiiem.
lust !!.' Presented ttiihin One
ler lli. Issue ol this Paper.
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suspenders.
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j$ chief boxes,   belts,  fancy
Xs> collars,
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f| "m, shoos,
t> An ilim.'iiit line of art
*4 tables,    ,lii[i,*im*si'    music
tt racks, book   shelves,   fire
I* screens, etc, etc.
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Fancy
mufflers.
Silk,'iiul liiii'iiliunilknr-
cluofs in fancy boxes,
Umbrellas,
Fanoy hosiery inboxes.
The lini'st lino of
neckwear ever brought to
Crnnbrook.
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buvlnfl tbe paet \>eat\ anb es-
pcciall\> buvtng Christmas
week, also wish \>ott a Merry.
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Stock Now Complet-
est and Largest
We Have Ever Had
Simon's Cross Cut Saws, Atkin'sand
Maple Leaf Cross Cut Saws
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iBOOKS BOOKS
Christmas would mil bo t'lu-i-i-
ol poems or Action.
! j   Ymi will Iimi our assortment in
[{this lino the hest in the district.
J J   Home of our host linos in Fancy
Morocco,   Burnt Leather,  Limp
Leather antl Birch Wood binding!
Beattie * Jftcbison
Wberc it pays to ileal.
See our drug ad. on 1st page.
Com lable  tlorri   ,  ,  ■
thi poll tax
.Inlll       llnll'iill,       lisi     I    l'i I ll.e
yesterday.
J t    (mli  n  loll  ,1,1     I
i without booke. q  loi  youi  Xmns
l|   You cannot buy a more Suitable 9       In   \i.m   good     ol rocery
present than a nicely bound book X   lil"l. I!   T. fl. can
Roy Clotltier, ,1 ,Ioj e. in
town lhe first ol lho week.
Equip a doll's house -   1 ipl to f 1
thc liiile girls.—Ileal li * .    Urliison,
Mrs, Whltohonil   u 1 ilau 1 ti r,    ul
Mi,Vie,   Wel'O   Mil,,|,pin      in     t'l
this week.
Two front offices, eeconrl floor Watts
lilnel,-, fur rent. Apply lo Heale ft
Elwell. 7-u
Tuckett's Marguerite. A most
oxccllent ctgnr. $3.50 .1 imv al
Mlghlon's.
iteiul Tui.- St Sons ad. it will Interest you. Two \in.i*. boxes given
away,
(lei lhat ilni; lax In working order. Cranbrook is oui ul with ,1 Iol
ol useless canines.
Equip an entire Inv raili mil system lor tho children. .',1 Hemic
& Atchison's.
For lteiit-l'-iinii-heil I,., m, 1 1 0;
suitable inr iwo gentlemen. Apply
at  Ilernlil olliee.
Charley Brcmner arrived from
Calgary to-day to spend hit liool
vacation al home.
Finch's, Hanson avenue; home
niiilc nullum, cake; exquisite.
Finch's, Hanson avi nue.
Jacob's banquet i*.il.e is a b tt iui '
ill itself.     Ah,uuui „■,;       ,,., 1   hi  ul ..
wedding cake—(1. T. It.
Let nn   1.ne   buihi r about making
plum pudding. (:, T 0 !, is 11
ready Im* lho pol —t:   T. It
Mr. and Mrs     .   r    * ol
Fi rl Steele, were    *    •   . ruesdai
A new   t-artelj     , :   *       .
while  1:1  feather
last 1    inr  lent,      tuo  111
I near business center,
1 m.i..il rooms
Apply Herald
LOCAL NOTES
Picked Up About tbe City   by  Asking
Questions of Many People.
oflice,
iiul wants situation as general
servant. Wages Jis.ou tu .-" '■"
Applj  II ,x 317, P. u.
Kor Sale.—House an.l lot on tho
main street oi Marysville. Apply in
Herald. ._u-ti
Accountanl wishes evening employment making up books .um aiiumii^.
Specialty ut storekeeper's uooks. Ap
ply A. c. A,, Herald mini-.       JU a
liuh art calendars. Hand painted
pholographs o( lovely iialuro bu< m s.
livery sketch a work ul art, and
uvi ij .-.1 in* ,t gein. U. lv Keid
drug store.
William Forsyth, Harry Dn
James  Uartol, ol    Kimbt rle
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of your Christmas dinner depends much on the S
good things you have on your table, and the X
ilin", rem. dishes you display tliese good things   X
llie
leeltng   ni   the license cotnml-
Have vnu registe
Tale ft Suns.
•il ynur guei
Vi. II. Pratt, nt Marysville, is in
lown enjoying a few days rest.
Have ynu seen the tiffany glass at
C. E. Reid .1 Co.'s.    Ask for It.
P. Chenette, of lire Royal hotel al
Marysville, wns iu town yesterday,
The      geese  of    lll.l   Miilher   (liinsc
herself, nt Harris Bros. Big us
swans.
Hone razors, priini shears, Work
guaranteed. Pete's barber simp,
Wentworth hotel.
Tllclns  cigar;
Cuban   made
.11   thins;   Sir
eleai
Havana;  the
Mlghlon's.
Br. Bishop has returned frum his
trip In Sp k.'.iie where he bail Ins
eyes treated.
Ask In sec the toilet trays tor
brushes In ebony and silver at C E
llit.l .\ Co's drug store.
.1. F   Huchcrolt camo down    Irom
Mat ysi llle   lhe   first   nf   the  week   toi
II few days slay.
U.u,* Elmer, the Moyie rustler,
was among the Moylo leu,lets at tbe
Mi'Biiilc meeting.
Finch's, Uniisnii uveiiue, mince pic
luini' made, both meat and pie!
Finch's, 11,1ns,,11 avenue.
A A. Ward, tho Marysvlllo constable, broughl Iwo prisoners down
Monday Iol trial here
• I. F. Pringlo, .'I Yahk, spent several days in lown tins week doing
some Christmas shopping.
Genuine llellu dry puinl  portraits
III Ciileniliu form, Musl rare anil ex
qufslte -0. I-:. Reid St Co.
See lln- (Hani's hockey sugar stick
al lhe Sugar Hunl, Aiiiistii.ua
avenue.    Buck's Sugar Bowl.
Clmrlcy Armstrong, one of tho
rustling hotel men ol Moylo came in
Monday to hem  the Promlei  talk.
Nol   "Heller    Thin,   the  Best,"   but
"Bottoi Than the Rest." Tho Sunshine Furnace al I'ai more lims.
\ a- Uesiiiilniei, ol lhe Central
hotel, ol Movie, miis Bhaklirg hands
wnh Ciaiihi,ml, filonds lasl Monday
and Tuesday.
.'.iiiml-.sirnyoil at Marysville a
boiler, one year old; red; branded on
fif-hi hip. For Information applv tn
A. A. Wanl, Marysvlllo.
There are very pretty Ivorlno llg
nre subjects al C. E. Held & Co
Admirable Xmas glfis ami really ur
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Fre.l Ila7.cn was in town Tuesday,
He reports thnl tile claims he Is 111-
teleslivl In nil Alki creek are looking
heller liuin ever.
McClary's Fai s "Kootenay" and
"Pandora" ranges give tin, lies I nl
service uml satifslaclloii l„ onr customers.—Palmoro Bins.
• I. A.   (inupiii,   of ilie Manhattan
lintel, nl Mnyie, uml nne „t lhe inuni
Inr Inilil men of llml lown, was a
Crnnbrook visitor this week.
Frank McMahon, ol Hie Kootenay
hotel, nf Mnyie, ciiine up 1111 Monday
In see his will- wlm is Mill confined
to the St. Eugene hospital.
Flunk Johnston, „l lho Moyie
holel, Mnyie, was In town Ibis week,
Mr. Johnslon reports business In
Mnyie nn the increase.
"Dick" Webster, of tbe Sullivan,
leaves for a trip to Muni real oil
Thursday. Ho will be back again
when the robins arc wilh us.
E.  A.  Hill,  Uie wrll  known  Moyie
merchant, was in town last Friday
as a license commissioner, and again
on   Monday to    atleail tho McBridepHanson avenue
meeting.
M. J. Vlgneux w
going up   si.uis.—ii,.,*,..,.
sun.
Ask Ior out line ol .mui
They will make you and
respondents laugh.—Beal Iii
son.
Ynu ought in have an ,
the automobiles al Tisdi ]
toys tor the kiddli lo
Will carry the doll.—Tisda
See Blair's English I real
sets al  (J. T. R.'s.     Tlrci
lo p.iee an
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Post card folios, pipe 1
painted pillow covers bi
All in leather:   art     leal
Heid .V. Co,
A. S.  Nii'ln,
lell   last   Sutu
homes In the i-ust 1,, ,p
Christmas hi.lid.iys.
Gallagher's  famous  tobacco
Chateau, Tu,, Flakes,  1  K
lush lt,,li. ihe latter i.s 1
nine article uml is sold hy ll
at Mlghlon's.
Mrs. w. I*:. Phelps
from Denver, Colorat
tended vlsil wilh hot
yard
I  I,, day
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(Ham
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and  rings    , i
hesl      Rill   .,
ont,      See  WHsoll,   lhe  1,
.Misses Lou anil Ella
turned Irom Calgary 1,
tbey are attending coil
their Cbrlslmas vacation
Every kind nl camlii
nit-Is hand made, homo
made in all quantities i
Howl, Buck's Sii^nr How
Max Moonnlch, opposllo Cranbrook
bakery—boot, shoe and harness maker. -All kinds nl repairing. First-
class tradesman from inn old country.
Tliere i.s nothing like leather aboui
ihc leather Uraubruuk souvenir Xmas
Rills at U. E. Ileid A t:„.'s drug
store, They arc elegant, edcctivu,
durable, usciul.
H. I*). Taylor, secretary of llie
Kimberley Miners union, sp, ni Tuesday in town nning some Ubrislmas
buying nml looking after some nusi-
:,,*■•. matters.
"It's a fact" tlie heller lhe quality oi the goods, the bettor iuc quality nt the customer, Our bnect
.iiei.il Work is ol a grade Unit draws
ine best customers.—Patmore Hros.
The second-hand man, Hugo llluk,
opposite Cranbrook bakery, pays
highest prices Ior second-hand goous.
Pete's barber shop guarantees sal-
isiactloll ill hair-cutting ami sh.iiuigl
.a IVentworth hotel.
Jacob's Banquot and [Mum Cake
.ml relieve yuu of nil necessity . lo ■
worry    about    whelboi     t,,ui   cako
WE CAN HELP YOU
35c
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35c
.'.
50c
k
S5c
15:
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25c
%
35:
50:
X
50:
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Ill
ell
Hundreds   lunl litem    cxacllj   wnal
u„y  wanl, ul (i. T.   R.'s.
Mrs. Kiiugonsinilh cunie down Irom
Coleman t..c Insi ol lho week to do
sume shopping. Mr. Klingensmilii
has   given up lho   dining room    at
l i,l.'ln.lli    llll.l    leasui   liie   Elk  In,'. I,
ui Elko.
Don't take our word tor ihe quality
ol uur work, Ue aro Intoresieu,
Don'l take lhc word ul a competitor,
lie is prejudiced. (in to the user—
tlie customer—and nsk him what ho
thinks ut It.—Patmore Bros., Tinners
auu Plumbers.
.Mr. A. A. Macncll, 6.A., goc:
Thursday lo Winnipeg lor the •?
Christmas vacation. His high school '/.
class will have gone through their ,*,
entrance examinations hemic he .j.
leaves, but the results will nul then .-.
lie known. I   •!•
Now don'l forgot that Tisdale dues ji'
nut halo plugs, nut he cms theni ,%
lui   yuu free uf charge.     He   sells    .*..;.
plugs  at   iiuiii    111   lu   ,ill   cents     pel
plug, and thole aro nn liner plug:..— !	
make that success. It is our business to cater jtj
to your needs in tliis particular and knowing jij
you demand tlu bust, we buy only that quality   ji;
Bevans Layer Raisins, per box   	
Bevani Fancy Clusters, I ib. box
Pelican Vi.il.ie.as, I IK box
Segalcrvs. Malagas, 2 lb. box   	
GoUcn Dites, 1 lb. pkt
7 Crown i;i^s, per !'o
14 oz, Washed Figs in Glass
13 o_. W.r.'i.i Fiji with Cherriesin glass
Io oj. Washed Figs with Nutsin glass
X
Cadbury's Chocolate bon buns, in handsome S
boxes suitable for Xma. gifts.   Photo boxes .|.
picture buxas, handkerchief boxes, glove box- 'S
us.   Tin's selected chocolates; chocolate creams t
and milk chocolate; Malaga grapes, California |
oranges; Jap oranges; Apples; fresh walnuts; $
almonds, filberts, brazils; Jacob's short bread !%
ami fruit cakes. j«j
In Our China Department       |
We have much that willappeal to the lover of ?
good china; Koyal Crown Derby, Royal Won $
cester, Limoges, Wedgewood, Coalport, Ailer |
Vale,  lYlinton.    In  iess expensive, yet   good •!•
English china we have teas and plates in white |
anil blue, thistle and daisy pattern; teas and |
plates, priiuess  pattern, crown derby colors,
teas and plates, Worcester colors, white with
blue border.
G. T. ROGERS
FANCY ANL) STAPLE OKOCEKIliS AND CROCKERY       X
Ann
"I'll
Tisda.
Harry Vi. Drew, ul the North
hotel,   Klmberley, came down
evening and   was registered at
Crnnbrook.     lie only   sta*s
between  li ains  lu get  sunn- hu
iiuiii:.
.loliu Brcmner arrived Irom r-
Oil-gun to spend a lew wet
homo. .luini has been hol-.ni
musi responsible position In in..
a. an electrician and bus lllel
0l„lllJ lilg   SlleCeSS.
The
"'-   work  i
ct   ill   I In
I had
Mince meal ready fo
Harris Bros. Xmas i
without youi mince pie
ilm mince. Try it, ami
diet £ive according to tin
iis true excellence,
loved him in lifts,   nn.l in death
will separate liim."
"Christina
topic in the
nexl SuiHlaj
will   bo     i
"  will   In
H.ljill.s!
imi
French trade this year Inr C. E. it
Itoiil A Co,, and will he pleasrd to' in
.see his friends.
with his company.
Toy locomotives acl troin good
motives, Wind them np oucu .1 week
ami they gn fur a fortnight. Tracks
fur them ami all kind .,1 fliliiws.-.
Tisilale's.
■ 1. ll.inliiiiv ami hti sun, W. !•'.
Hanbury. were in town sevn .1 days
lliis week. Mr. Hanbury 1 lhu owner ur iiu- N.H-iii star in.ii: .ti t ranbrook ami Kllwi.
If there is anything nn 1 artistic
Hi.m  ihr IrideRccnl    it. in niian   .1.. -
we have nol seen it. li.t\t you Strangers, wsit rs an.i 11
seen il nl Beattie A Aichison's?. receive a hearty welcome.
That, is the quest-ion. |    Xl.Vj,. „mw cum|)arlson
Wowl vvas received mi liipsdny iha ils many tickets as you please fo!
the mother ol Edward time died Milton's IjIk drawlttg. It is v
that morning at St. Bonitac   lionpt- drawing card.     A chanEc tor pipes.
tal, Winnipeg.    Air. (  w ,, there  cigars,      smokers'   supplies     cigar
at tht' Ulm'- [holders, worth fn.ni Sl.fni to $35 00
•Inlin K. Smilh has returned   from  for lifty cents.      A chance of a life-
Victoria wilh his bride,     ll<' is   re- time—Mlghton,
ccivlng   lhe   plad hand in all direc-|   Shirley    Keeling,   nf     Marysville
tions.    The    Herald   extumls hearty   look iu   lhe    city on    liis way    to
congratulations. [Kaslo, where he will spend the lioli-
Flnch's, Hinisini avenue. English days. Mr. Keellng's many tricntls
ninllins and crumpets, Home made, will he Barry lo hear lhat ho his
lint mullins and crumpets, every imt been so well ot late as they
Wednesday mnl Saturday at  Finch's,  would wish him.     lie hopes his trl[
j wili put him nn the well list again.
I   Constable   Dow lus been transfer-!   Last Friday nighl     ihere was    r
Inokaffer tht|red frum Wardner to Elko and    will  dance at  .1.' McBonald's hotel     w
soon bo the place v. .- re thc
' ni th-r east     will have i" h
iin;    at   theii   lumber supply.
i   Xmas     _u-,,   (;lls    Ericksi n   will
f    havo   ..1, jgb 1 [tie     in   a crowd ol 1
rue m-i-   j,,-j-;i-]iuw.    .limmi   Ke 111   ;\ i   bus)
dfiico -.f   putting   the touchi s on   the
i.i--, 1 tcrin    ■!   tin   ...   foi   Lhe
Sco Harris   Bios,     little pel  hog   cursion.     ihc lil h  | uple uill have
that tliey shot  hi tin- eye.     11 vou  ■'   "-11  L!l1        '■'■■     ' ■ '
t-aii   ^m-s.s     Ills weight    you pi'  a   '"   ■ is i-,r|1 graceful and   --..   ■ abl
nrlzo.        See tin*   dodgers.     Harris     .1.   A.  Elmslle, -■!   MaH'svillc,     i-
Bros,     Armstrong   avenue.      "They   ^dng Uu  ,1 vi il  lo
thej Un Iiliiini i ihii, \-w York, i'n Iii-
:- ;-,';■ v. I , ■ up win at raising
, j ■ mi . ,.1 c P 1: land In
ut|) , A ... 1 !■ belli vi a in thlh
.. ' j real « ■■ ;;. Ian !. 1 i.l though New
1, \    V lii I- rn, In  mu]    l U 1      .i'
ii" gathering time. The pastor will re-
tln late a ttory describing the search f,,r
;-' '  'The Chrisl  ol To-day."     Ail    are
1  ■    ■    .    ■   '     D :.:■■   lo  ihis  home  gath-
F. I1. Leavick has returned from
' .0 St. Mary's valley, having left a
tircc i-i ini;ii on White Fish creek tu
■ work ii.i' (.loud Hope group during
1      winter,     Mr.   Leavick expressed
fl the liveliest appreciation of the kind-
i an i con . i'-rainm extended to
nun and his imn while gumg up the
valley by those in charge ol the
Bi ■ ■■.,,'..: Wge in: I.und camps and
many others also.
;, :.    came
■    i ..
, y (V c I
1. his vein-;
is pleasing
■: a  n\,A
ills of
mas-
In
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c,
11   in
drug
ill be
Mel
■Joe  Yoiin^liL-art,    the best dressed
travelling man on ihe road, and one
ni the most successful, was in   town
iii is week,        Mr.  Youngheart is    a
Mn.n.i Hermann in the art  of [wig*
and has promised to glte   a
!.i;ii'iii entertainment tor the hospital
v- hi:,   In-   vi-iis     Cranbrook   a,_:ain.
,;.  Vounglfeart gives a benefit
ii  is a benefit and not a cloak     to
.;i foi himself.
Tin' officers ami teachers of the
1I1 tliodisl Sunday school are making
pxti n iv.- preparations for their
Christmas tree and entertainment
which will In* held in the church
nexl rt'ednesday evening. A varied
ai       will   he rentlerr-d    and
: large tree will be laden with
pit sents from tbe school. Parents
ami Iriends are Invited and will be
allowed to place presents on the tree
tor their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Northey and family,
■ if Bayard, have been in the city for
.1   day   or  two. Tbey  are  about
starting back to Minnesota where
they will spend a part nf the winter.
[Mr, Northey has stored all his furniture, as it is liis intention to return
lo the (.'ranbrook section in the
spring. The very numerous frieitds
of himself ami family wish he will
have a pleasant vacation, and lhat
he will return wilh an enhanced
opinion of our cily and coumry.
innvr there at once.    Wardner will Bayard, ns a sort of farewell io Mr Sl pl
lhe future he   under the supcrvl- McDonald, who left il.e nexl dav for     Si
sion of Constable Morris. his boyhood    home in Ontario,' nut li.-l.l
0.   A.   Ctaskill,     manager of    the'    Satin buttercups, the pnpular Lady having   been     there   for twenty-four Sunday      Tie choir has prepared an
Klmberley Milling Co., was iu     the1 Caramel,     Chocolate   Fudge   Cam years.     There   was a lar^c    crowd exeelleul   mu le 1   pro ramme     Tin
city between trains this week.     He | mels,   Shelled    Walnuts nnd Turkish present   from   Marysville and  Kim- service will lie opened with a fifteen
slales   that things   are    flourishing  Nougat at the Sugar Bowl,    Buck's '-Hey    and   everybody had a    good minute    song service,   of   good    old,
"1    '  [Sugar Bowl uu Armstrong avuuuc.   ,tnuc. 1 s_uugs,     making  it   a  grand   home-) und Mrs. J. Brumau, a daughter
B0UN,
On Tuesday, Dec. 19, 1905, to Mr.
M THE  CBAKBBOOK   HEWAI.D
^«^-»«*«fc*>_.•»%«-%'**<•'»«.«.*«-vr
! TISDALE j
i j
Headquarters fur l' ,
i1 confectionery nud fruit.   Wi' 4
aie the agents hero tor the [u-
;
,i mous ll. II. Chocolnl *. so ,
. well known by nil lovt rs of ,
]   good   sweets.    Shiptnoi I
CHRISTMAS_WINDOWS
(Contit     :   page three.)
. , ,, priiti   ivortb carrying : way . I
The point Is this  II I
■*.    Bros,   had n hog out al    t uii
1..H   Mel*   1'   IHO   , I   -I    *    Oil ll      *    ■!   '
III      ...   ., :l* i* pott ■! hint
PREISER  M'BRIDE.
|,o Hm ' 1,1 ile As. Mr.
■ i . the m ■:..■!■■ ol t!. so
I j .. •    md cakes can  teach
iv to pal '    Im   in:      ADDRESSES      A    LARGE
JIEETl.N'a  AT WENTWORTH
hall.
ry i :.* nu il * up
,    pie I   *..*. :■. i'■■■■'   you
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ll      ..   ii ij i
T:.t   11 norablo   Itlcairrt   McBride,
,  m ,-,i   liti'tinn.   o llry pettril hint .       ; Jacob     t*■■'     , premier cl British Columbia, arrived
and lie troiliM ro'i-:l like a   pupny . *.    . ■.-.      '"  .       ,.     M   d     ,     „    ,„„,,„„. „,
'  '-';/..:;•   tlolivrring n ,.. idiot I . .Mr.,. al   lbe
4
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!   made so ns to h&ve uo hitig t
i   but fresh stunk. ,
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of him.
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BEAIITE
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BARBER SH
j is now local a i'i it' c • ■ .
9 able antl attractive
-■'■?   ly ordciel    from   Spc
■ ..    .     :■   : i m u y   i.i   I
ters in the
bi' "*•■'.
IThis inst t ition i' , I ua-to-
dateand i-. ,oi m \ .qubpfd
t to do just the bes ■• rk xj all \
9 branche.*; ot thc ton.-orul art. \
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a
Burning your smoke is   ib
GOOD        !
T.uv l:n '" ll.ll,' i, lying h
tbrre n v..' nntl
h :e wll i pay Ut ir i * o.li
In 1 ,* etll gn.-ss Ilu v.ei ::
, i* im • arlld pil if ll*.e I,:.:- 1
i ;i w ill '.' ti m: c in,' lo bo I
iflcr i*' e.i.*.l-.iiil v it will iv.I in
*,. Al Ihe i:ack cl lbe sion
,li Bradl y iV fo. .1 ne i
,,!.-: ■ i is iv.'ili it w rk if nrl
|| is In lo fr.-.m.'.l ill smil :. special
il i
littb ;,
■ t , nlv v. lijl . •• i. thill", tl1
live,:* 1 ■■■■ . i..I 1,0110 pou di. Tlul
Is neai i h to l.-.l;' ! iu I u: i t
.. :., i.e. ii',     lllll'iis,    i III    ii .
,. . ,... , i itet t, Isb .:n: 11! in n
i, i . .j; Us i ere are lln *.t. it
I pounds i; lb. kti-.r. T!t iu b
i n lure Willi a su, o;, ,.n I lh p.opl
ol Uranbrook show liny c-.it ap nc
;,- .i good tiling . r ."..I .Inn,:*
when they see ii.ciit Ibclr fani)
turns 'ti*i now to top ti s .in.
rounds .''I tbo yellow fnlteil beef am.
lho oth rs ni tit rs which mako tot
lho solid coml il of Christmas time.
tl. P, TISDALE,
S, p, Tlsdalo is somen mil reserved
iu Uie matter of winnow aispUy, nut
no certainly has a.s choice a setcc-
iioii ot nulls, candies, chocolates,
..uiiuuns, anil lojs as y.u could wish
10   see.     Mole     Ulan those, lias II..S
uaiitl-palnlid Bisque china, t_iass, a,.a
...a,,i clegaul objects In cuoiio "Vale
*
Burning a smokeless cnal to
is *
BETTER      |
Burning a smokeless hard '§
coal froniBankhcad Banff §
BEST        *
T hnvo the solo ngency fur §
Craubrook Dislriel nnd del- |
Ivor it to for 58.75 per ton 1
O.O. I) Weight guaranteed I
on my own public scales, tjt
Tabor Soft Coal $11,73 .1.1- |
ivered 0. 0. I >. j.
Expressage and Drayine a
W. E. WORDEN 1
Phone 86 g
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ibo ; v.i.'. *.*   [nvitati n   cl tho ii ll lot Con ert
■    ■*   ,'   : '■ :'   tivo   Ai si ii.*.:i ill • I    lho   Cranbrook
. ,     u   ui.ii:.       There   v; ;.- Conservatives
*, ut   li i.i     Wardner,   Movie,   Marysville
i:i        * i ■  a::.! Klmbril.y   \i. , it, and tbe hall
i   urs inilil ir1 v.-..,,   nil I    in ils   fullest capacity,
,'     ..:]' '.'; linri  ladles being present.     .1.    II.
'/..'im*. iilcnritfe. presldcnl nl tho local    as
j :■ ii i tl ion, 111< i it, 1 . s chairman, nml
i silting cn Um plait irtn weie Mayor
oi his   :,. i' ft igci-E, Thomas Cavin,  E,  Hill,   ol
;: Moylo, .Ionics Ryan,  N. Hanson, ol
I Wasa; a   II   Tin mpson, J.   \   Hal
, . i
:. *    uo
:    :   11..*   ,
As a test
r uy lo li.-.l out
:;
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It  is now time to select your |
presents for Xmas. V
up-to-date thing in  ties,  ■   . es [
shirts, collars, handkei ;;      mufflers,   arm   bands, and
hosiery.
vi v 11 il t:.   Waleoit, ol .'oil Sleile, |
Mi. McBird-,    lho  eli.niii  ,,n,i -I
'.i ■ m - 'ling wll i a lew apprnprlato
remarks an I c II il upon Mayor Rog
irs, w'o ixl ndt-il to lhe pn liilel
:' o Ir , li in ' f tin* city .m.i cxpres. .1
i il,* arucio  ll'e pleasure be r.-li in lem- able to
i ,:i   j
il , <   ii
ilu 1.. .ling it '  , ' • ■■*    ■  '•■  l"l'-':-
,i s   .,    ., n.l ib* article
,..„ call i. i'i ii m i il.|i.i,.l mt    u   weir mo tbe distinguished « mien.-,,
Uml ii, i ..   . li   i   nol .p li iniiili  to Crnnbrook.    Ilo iel I In    t
when ..ll is .nitl -i * il i;     Ttti lin-i-  lact  tb t tiro governmeul    .1  tu
.Ait l„r
iu pipes, ii|i
iiiei i the net
ot I
All
TiMlui,
il lobuceos be
most llnlcny
,u   n
W. R. BEATTY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
CRANBROOK.  II.  t'.
TELEPHONE 89
9M3U9BZXXT-
Drink Home Beei
It is Pure
It is Healthy
It is the Best
Ft. Steele Brewing Co.
We Will Do
Your Draying
1 We Will tin |
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iii ,-i maimer llml insures sntisfnclion
That is our lntsi-
ni'Bs. Wi* want tc
please, We are wil.
ling to Inliiir liaril to
acoouiplish that nli- V
jei't. That isiviivinir 9
_        f   business prospers : : '*
4   PERRY & FITZGERALD I
*.          Authorized movers ol lite ?
*           Mason & Risch Pianos  J
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THE RAGE
this   season for   Xmas   gifts 1
are potraits in sepia platinum with a very artistic mounting:,
which is entirely
new '■'
Prest Photo Cos
OC'O
ii ihal Hit- children's wants have not
been overlooked. There are toyt,
.mil ilnils and Santa Claus sioeklngi
alreaily full lu the top of all kinm.
ni sweets. What one wonders at ti
how Uu- mischief will the kidales es
eapo the penalties of over-indulgence
.a the quantities of candles and so
forth provided for tlieir use aim
benefit. In this store alone over n
Lou of candles wero laid in Lo moel
ilu* demands uf the season's trade in
those wares, not to speak of apples
by the car load lot, with other fruits
in proportion.
P. Ul UNS A CO.
Burns   A     Co. Iill up   their store
.ilium twice   .1 day    and empty    H
igain io try Lo meet the public  demand for    Xmas.  Look     in   In Llie
.,i ruing anil yuu will find that every
uouk is lull.       Look in a few hours
later ami Hie    place looks -as it    11
itussiau iinm hao looted it,     We are
.-iill a week from Xmas Uay, so  one
.:i y i .im   aa idea uf   whal il    will
be i.u a.Ai   Saturday when ilu* hulk
i     Lho   seas m's household   supj lies
i\ill ! e laid m to cover Sunday uuu
Lhe 25th.    Already a car load uf 'At
tons or ..:ii chickens have come and
. ne—hj  chickens one means lut'hevi
,::i     bcsQ    antl   all     thai   knul u
anltry.      Mr. Ulxon    staLcs    Lh i
:..- ii,.iie is very hrlslt, hut that   In
as ...i i.u.cis ui loimhiR an upmiui,
as i.i whether     this year's business
.vill exceed lhat i f I si vcvr or ti i,
t.i lu* was    not heie nL   Uiat time,
mr wi?re any of Uie present empluy-
es In in.' ;.i it-.    I lu agrees, ..i tin
..in- lime,     Uiat um  u.ii ml    a,.,.
mpiy il..* stoic i.i n.i ri order, aiu
hat  i'. lhu main thing for i.u    u.
THE C l-OHEUATIVE STORES."
The chi:( features cf lhe Co-opera-
live Sl nes arc t! e inllllni ry an,
nens1 furnishings departments on thi
front nisi Lhe erocerv i'ep rtm:ut lying at ihc liiik if the foimer, luu i.
-i In f them. In ihe f .im.r u..il
was m'j.sL active, especially in lln
L-lolliIng of llie Iamu..s Camp':!!
brand. In lhe firocery sl re a considerable amount of "difltcully was
eixMuntored while converting what
wns f rmerly a w.irehouse into tb ■
veiy elegant premises where this
senion tf ihe company's business i:-
nuw transacted. To still fuiti.n
complicate lhe difficulty the actual
business nf ibis sett iun'had lo be
kept. Ruing while the uid premise;
were being altered. The result,
however, bas been a splendid .success.
Tbe plaee is bright and cheerful, and
lbe line of ponds would he hard In
surpass. The variety embraces
everything in the grocery way and a
most select stock is carried. This
was evident from the orders being
made up fur the lea-ding pcoplo iii
Uie city. The china here is of a
specially wrll selected pattern. One
should ask to sec the dinner services
in gold, while and green, and those
in gold, white and pink. Alsu
Ihose in something like thu old willow pattern should lie enquired fur.
Furniture is a very strung line with
Uie (inn, and it may he said thai
this is lhe only hnii.se' iu lhe cltj
where furniture is stocked. Measured with even old country prices and
there things are cheap as compared
wilh tbe Wesl, il may be stated fer
a fact thai, Uie (!. C. S. offers genuine bargains in lhe furniture line. As
,ui    instance nf  this,   reference  mlglll
in* made to an oak sideboard with
bevelled glass hack, and verv heavy
carvings, wardrobe wilh fuil lengtl
mirror, lhe library table nnd especially a halt seat in teak. There ale
dressing cabinets in rosewood, music
cabinets,    china   cabinets,   nnd  it   is
| haul to   say wbieb is Uie better nr
11
STOCK BROKERS
AND DEALERS IN
MINING^ SHARES ,
We Buy and Sell on  Commission, i 1
WANTEDs—Western Oil and!
Diamond Vale Shares, I'
..' C.  ('.   S,  arc llnilli; splondiilly
111  all   lho  iniuili Mli.'tis ol  llu-ii   ilm
I lllll I llll    Slnll'S.
Cl. T. ROOl.tlS,
<i. T Ibm.is frankly admits ho is
t n I.u y to nn in f ir very elaborate
:,lio|i decorations. The grocory luis-
litess, especially in lhc household
lim'. i. lion,' most)) in a number of
.'.innll nnl, is which leave those re-
sponslblo fm* I ho handling nf :in*
goods very little time fot* put-ting up
festoons ninl greenery. The slore is
*i I.i* iiiiiinl "ne in anv case, bright,
I. fly, anil cheerful, 'll has tic distinction nf having   the besl null mli
I, f any store in Cranbrook, nntl    :•.
| low ii llm nl.l lu'i's which cumbered!
tnivtislle in lie >nrlv d is nro;
a Ihi: , ■■ : I un ul v.. i. stai'l-
,i i:. it, ii ,*....-. !.:■ mi the propel'
„ii :i. Iiiu ai .1 ii Is i creasing us
inn;..i. I ,• expo, :.„ miller lbe huiil-
.lllic i,l u   i..  ..       ■■'  :    :    .1 IHO  kltOWS
.ns I,nil.* .m.i customers, -but alien, i; i,, u .m.i iiiem assiduously,
,Iiuiii liu* i- a feature ol the stole.
Vt present there i, n drawing going
,i, i, i pip, . .mil smokers' supplUs
i nerallj, wl i-.li Is attracting no
nit oi al tciili hi- Uni) last night
mr • I'.n v.* nli ivei I 'in tl.is Inter-
islol ...iun* i i" i.i Li li* it .nml,- chain-
.mil pi
II.  in|
Chi
CH Uii
les     A.
Bowl   ,
lli,* i,
Sugn
nl.
Tl
,1,..
nul
 I'   Im
away hall
Thai is I
sine   till
of III
11.
I.ols lose
I lo.se much
liliire     llial
... BUCK.
I      liiul:   converted tb
ml  on   Armstrong  avenue
-nu,' bowel nl beauty.   I
imi, in en ri sense nl ti
.mi    thinks that    lli
■ sii iel looth" is i'i.nli:,e,l
inmill-   lit   'lilll  step    I
Bowl im* a fell inbuilt s
in Inccd thai the men am
ih custi in,is nf tlie csiali-
iiiul huge consumers nf llie
ie is   in lln mix il    candy
■ cot lul thing sei ins lo be
lnt iif nne liiul, a double
if anollti r a d ilit'ti a few
i [ a tliinl variety—and 0,0
l-lli'l'H
Tlie
nlv WC
style. Ladles rocs tor the privacy
_ngar Bi.nl is in.ist
visit these days.
cl over lite cily schools lo the now'
municipal government without mn j
debt, and I.n* tins Uu- spenki i thank
nil Mr. McBride nml Ins govcrninont. |
Mr, Cavin was called up in nexl and .
saitl that lie was pleased to see so
many assembled to grool th Mc
Bride, anil as (hero wore tubers toi
speak be would mn tuko up auj j
time.
Tlie chairman then Introduced llm
speaker nf tin- evening witli sumo
complimentary remarks. Mr, Mi* j
Ilridc   proved   to be an entertaining ]
und plausible speaker il nu*   more
tliiin an Iiuiii* be Inlil Ilu- stur) „(
Un- Mellriilc governmenl from tbo
government standpoint. Tlm pi-inner
is a line huikiiii- man, In- has a pleasing voice, and iiliut is more he has
Hie happy faculty of putting ilu- best
lout forward In recounting lhc acts
of his administration. lb- siinke of
lbe condition nf the province when
his government assumed control, its
Iiiiiiuei.il reputation ami its ne.er.il
pnnr standing in lhe money mails nf
lite world. Tlinl election fur ivhich
he bad I  blamed Im* calling early, became an imperative necessity
nn account ot the demand of tlie
banks Im mi Immediate adjustment
nf llm financial obligations, Ilnv lie
digressed in pay a strong compliment lo Mr. Cavin, and exiito.ss, .1
regret that .Mr. I'avili lind lint been
eleeteil Instawl oi Dr. King, uml Ibat
in all probability if soch ba-il been
Uie case it might Itnie been bell'.'!*
I for this district, as a governmont
member would have bad life car nt
1 llie government to a greater extent
Iban one of the opp, sttion. lie
,",,.,7.,...;',„,,,., thanked Mr. Cavin foi ilm work ho
I,LADING LOOM. | ha,| t[cu ,,„.( ^pressed tho hope
ni Lie recent movo if-, ,|l;li |,0 W0U|,| mi,cl wil|, )„,,,,.,. „uc-
i. ililin^ ol a gymnasium Cess iu bis nexl campaign. Tlie
citiaus nnxi.us io du E|)Bllkor explained tlm: with lhe
' Itol.i Lie y ".t.g men. ama|| majority il was uut possible
.i. , uuui Lieu was [Jt iile government to bring down
..,; iiii'e n year ago, ma„y hills ihat iluy would have
\ i .i lhc vi iv ol giving 11Iced lo have hr ujhl down, lulls
*: '' Cl* n. imi. :.,,.! ii- |jr |U.W roids, nut* bridges, govern-
: to sr-;T..i l..ctr spare mui buihiitgs, ile, iiul hail lu
iu ml Licntsilvcs with mm,. clo-wn Lills llinl ivere in some
'• : '■ tt ilm cay, ile. li'sjieiis cuiii;:rciii:se legislation. Tho
:._c nil ll or if lne governmenl had (ou d it necessary tn
esc lhe uy.nuis and hud done
ly taxing Lie c..i.;,ii*iiliniis lu-.it-
nit-i ler, ivll-d anil farni lands, saw mills,
ijviaciat iravel- t.ic, which was n t ;i popular move
nes i: : rtiivi-.l in will i i* .my govetniuinl. The schunl
in ..e i*:*. t:i a „ will Im quest! n \...s 1.lien up ami the renin .i.y person alter ine .„„ «-hy Lie law iv..s cbaiigcd exilic r uu is well pai ii- plained. Tin- million dollar loan
lie yoin-g miii, nnd it is Wtta relcrrcd to a il llm reason lhat
a gre t need and titling |||C ko.iinm.nt was paying live per
i I, inii.l cummeml tts.ii cciil mi tlul amount. ' Then l'ul-
i.;i tlHnling icrson. In |.Wcd a _Li.iu. p.incgeiic ou the
.li :: wa known nailaor prospcilty ,.1 i,..- province, closing
|,illy, eery ciliztn is uilli l, c slalilne. I that iiilleb ol llie
I ,11 nie Invited to cou- pi'.spciily w. s due i„ the liusiuess
tribute In us sup ui, :-1-.1 have a m.in„ds nloptcd bv Hu- govcru-
voice m ils nbuiis. Tho expenses num. Ti,e uuisiiun iif heller terms
aro nnt heavy, hul we are In need witli the Dominion government was
of ii liiile money io pay for fuel, i.iiully discised and action urged
lightiiti, etc. bomo nf ibo citizens upon Hie people lo keep agitating
.nc contributing fitly cents a monlh this matter until lhe pcoplo wero
others havo donatid liberally. Will fully aiouscd tu Um Importance of
yen not contribute al least fifty tttc quesiicn. Referring to the rail-
'- a month?    Drip in and   leave w.v   nJiey of the   govornmon
On.- range of staples, such as
: .. Stub Proof rubbi :s.
nd Ellises'underwear,
■   laws, H. B. iv. Co.'s
(ilovi ■■.■■(!'.! Hitts and Stetson Hals
is always complete.
JUST   GRAND
is what every lady says of our
display of crockery ami glass*
ware. Don't fail to see our
dinner sets, tea sets, 5 o'clock
tea sets,desert sets, celery dish*
es, bon bons, chocolate pots,
rockery!
.--ae- -r-»" ■ rsis;;-"".:
i:-.^:;:.*'-i..'H;-i"i
salads, cream and sugar, tea=
pot.*, marmalade jars, cups and
saucers, tea plates, cake plates,
moustache cups, shaving cups,
rose jars. Also a full line of
staple table wear and toilet
sets.
Wi
..II 111
p. pi
if li'.e
cigar
La.l-
:l:   GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT 1
If Our Glassware department is complete. There !;:
II are plain and cut table glasses, berry sets, salad ll
If celery, cruets, decanters, water bottles, 4 piece ||
II table sets, syrup jugs, butter dishes, vases, fruit II
: I stands and trays. II
ivulalla
*.l     I.v
.plying
. Lur ill
illgitle
ll   FINK'S GR0C22I2S     iftu^fiS
■I- J ^Vpe'^t,^A*, ,     1   ..   .._
It are noted for puritv and be=l [CW:1%^y'I'1:;| :•
.:: ing the best to be found in' E^^^L IS? ! Ij
::: East Kootenay. Our teas and ^\^^H;& ' 11
If coffees are the very best on SJw^?Ttki  I'
ff the market.
-.^?/*„'^»
.,.,,.. „ ,„o„,„      i'i'*i' 01 u„„   ie.i.1-  iv..y   p ney 01  ine   govornmonl     be     •'*,' *- *
your name an.i  lifty cents with any   said ibat so long ns he was premier    - '    -j»t *r» r*.-4.-T  VAti nr   « 11 r   — IW TT»   r» B> -. T*     f* --v      IT r*.    '. X
tiA vAXA'nATAt ul^Ali^AAj'A %} A WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST GO  TO If
White,    pre
vice-prcsidcnl
tary-treasurci
Mciinivan.
Fran!.*   Dez.ill,   T.   A.
uay   corporation wmiin    go
It. Allies,   big land giants or   hcaiy cash suli-
'.   Manning,    score- si-uies   from lus   government.      The
premier again expressed his pleasure
al being   able   in address a    Cranbrook   audience,   and after thanking
llii'in for their attention, be closed,
al d was loudly cheered.
0. H. Thompson was nexl    called
llll'l lll.l liim    llllll
PAPiu'u .--nop moved.
Wesley Clint- moved his barber shnp
back lo the Manitoba li Iel this week
us s.  .1.  Mighton  wns desirous   of and gave forth Hi
"ithrcing  his  slore and  nccled  lhc   he had   the germ   of political ainlii-
It
<s>;>
room occupi
In* Mr. I'line.
LOGGERS'
BOOTS
Wu priili- ourselves in lhc
lawn's' limils our I'i' I- ry
llll'lia  mil      Thi'V inv ; 1!   Xn
I leather ••iml mn itifueti roil
Ly llieli tvl.i, I.: I.*.*,* mi Btorn
I'oiiililini.:. from having lived
lln* lil'** ol :i v.i sli rnor. Vnu
licvi'i' inntfini il ;: !i ml   i
"PI
li nt, v. :l ti t
On ■ er,
Ibo O. T.
il". own i
i ni
!   line
IL   le.
I I.
It
fit
Wagb
iorn, Gwynne &:!;'
Company. A
VANCOUVER, B. C. p,'
lolm. mil llm cttsli m,
pur's imv tlm express,!
vile p-rtirs ■ nlrr il
i!-. nl Lie lime. II,
lis mnsi I'M'H'i ill* b ■
■•"ils ine ci.'.' big a u.u
vca even at   tliis tlinl: i
ll*' Dllltll
lllll I::
BOD',8,
I '
* lilll
Kill
our
Leckie Co., Lid.
'.-:;l; uvee d. c.
 J.
lion growing in bis brcasl uml thcro-
fnr he might some day he a candidate nnd he wanted the voln of Ute
Indies When   thai   lime eame.      .1.   A.
Harvey followed  tvlth  sol :ompli-
mentary remarks aboui the premier
and his administration, and lhe eon.
ditlons in the province, after ivhlch
the meeting adjourned. I
Ql'ADItll.l.i': Cl.l II IIWI'll.
There is another biiccosh I,, |„- re-
I'lirill-il   f If   lbe   I'ellliinli   nl   Ilu-   C    P.
It. Quadrille club al Hie Wcnlworth
ball nn Wi-diiesiluy evening. It was
a (lite gathering, snine 75 nr sn couples inking pari iu about fnur hours
i"'<„! dancing In nxccllenl music provided bv llm Crnnbrook oreliesir.il
bntiil. iitnler lhe leadership of Mr.
Iitifi*,*"!,*'. Dancing htvan abonl s.:«t
.*'"d finish d n while after iniilni. lit.
Those events wbieb nre arranged In
Like plni-e every fortnighi nie growing sleinlilv 'in Ihe public favor.
Till* rrc excellently well managed
i-i every way, nnd fill n distinct wanl
i'l   |l*e    IV y    nf    s; ,-iiil   I* lire ills
fn* llm vo'titi; people. The dances
deserve Hi" very cordial support
tbey arc receiving.
N't) ItECItEATlON BOOM,
A: the r:Iii:iii*ne:l mass meeting held
in Hm Molhodisl church lisl Friday
lliglll the commllloo rp '■ inled In
canvas lbe lown, in eanneeti in with
rccrmllcn rooms ami ; its, reported
i'i rII SBILOO. Tlm cosl nf lots ami
le ii.:„y would hnvo horn ever .jlnlio.
After a prrtlv Ml discussion it was
moved ly Vi. t\. M irlnn nnd duly
seconlnl, Iiii'i H.e ermmilitoo lie
Li lit ed f-r ttieit- falt'ifulnrss, and
Ibe i*.iiirr be ilriipi'.l. Moved in
if * 'I'lit i v P v. !■' i: nu,. nnil seconded I V ItcV. f:-."' I ,, llinl Hie
enlnnil'l-f I'e app i'-'e-.l ns a perman-
iii' cani'nltlee v.ii'i autnori-ty In
i *i.*e i*eii"ii wh-, Ht'-y deemed it
wise in lln so. Till' niiietrdtllenl was
list end ibo nuci'Unti ,,[ recreation
r.cuis is droppid i^r tbo present.
/. / »
7^/^'->' H* h&f^-'x
if... :.i..i4 ii-i-i.i i<5.,i4-i.t i-i i i.i. . . .
,,,^.,..f....M..i...y(.f..,i..,...(,„.,.,., . . ,
... . ..: i<i^i&&$>®®M&$<i
IIEHALD  \\-.l\I.s Knit SALE,  DISSOLUTION tn-' PAIITNEHSIIII' Ihence running norlli -10 chains, II o
CAU    \T  Till*'  lil'HM.D  OFFICE      Noliee is   hereby     'iun  lin.l     Hie ivosl  Sll     chains,     Ihenee   snulll   KU
lilt iillDKIt    BY MAIL.     :!."'<* PER  Partner relof re existing     bo- chnlns, ilu*n.*e east su chains, Uienco
,.,.,,,- iw,-en   the undersigned in conducting uniili  In ehuius in punii ,,( common-
| Hie  l s  „1    !„■  e tncllltg  bus eclnenl.
  ! lliis    il.n   I., ,ii  iih    lil       I   e liu i Tlio King Luiiiber Mills, Lid.
_,.......»•    n ''• " ' '""*'"    ' *' *'" Ma  ,l'1)'     "«l«l N'ovomboi :i. 10115       :u r.i
,*&»<!&k**l**t*4&***.**l*tfli:  II        l„ii    ivl imi, n 	
* —  -■ -     — >tb  dcblctl ,,-ii. im, il: ie  NOTICE   OF    DISSOLUTION    til,'
f   nml   In I'.luiin     nil  liillii ilu,,  Ilie liim PARTNERSHIP.
ute payable. Public notice is hereby given   that
ilugll I.nmonl, tlie partnership   heroin, nc   existing
Robert Wright. | botwoon   Thomas   II. Mickey antl A,
Diileil this    lilh dny   nf December,   P. flu iml m,* hoth of Marysvlllo, was
11)05. :iK-:U    , dissolved on llm day of Hie date holo-
— i    No further debts shall be contrnctcd
TIMBER  NOTICE
< FINCHES »
i   ——  -J«
J2| Aro im) limy Uii'   wee" Ljt
Jt) to writo nils, mnkinp; 'f
t^ HOME MADE BREAD \f
Jti M//VOEP/ES, MUFFINS \-f
Jt)    AND CRUMPETS. !*|t
J   FINCHES  (J
j» Huine Hade Bread Shop ji
°2(   Hanson Ave., -Crnnbrook     Sj
7   "T*—J -. j P, 1^—1—- r—■"* ^i^    limvn,   ,     :,        ,,j    I i-s'..   II.uili   ol       llle
WyyyVVWWyX nirlhem  boundary line   ol Lot 7312,
In  tbo name nf lhc firm of Hickey ft
...     .       , , ,    ...   um  ii.line in   ine linn  in   llieiu'l   iv
Thirty days alter date wo intend tj|lenoii0,
tn apply to il*.* Chief Cnmmlssionori A|, (]0ijts ,iuo i,,, (iio said firm nf
nf Lands .., i IVnrks, Victoria, for a Hiclmv i- Chcnottn will be discharged
S'liecinl License to eui ami carry |,y „„, Sllil| Thomas Hi ui(,k(,y hl0
away timber from thc following tics-  wi,,,„, „n accounts due to lhc    said
 ,       ,1        ',,,',,11    ,,,,    ,,,,*,,null,    line    l
nnds situated in .Soulh   Last   firm uill also be payable,
crlbisl liiuiis siiuaieu ia ,-mhiiii   I'-iisi   iirni yvni nlso he n-iy
Kootenay: |   Wltnoss our I
Commencing at a pnsl  planlcrt   21   December, 11105.
miles, moro    or less, norlh ol    the i Thomas W. Hickey
Witnoss our hand this 7lh day  ol
37-at
A. P. Cbcnotto.

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