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Fort Steele Brewing Company : Drink home beer as it is healthy, pure and the best.
Fort Steele Brewing Company
V. Hyde Baker and Bullet : Stray bullet goes through walls of V. Hyde Baker house and narrowly missed the nurse and his little
V. Hyde Baker and Bullet
James Ryan Interview : Newspaper interview with one of the best known men in Cranbrook, a pioneer of the town and for sever
James Ryan Interview
R.E. Beattie Interview : Cranbrooks first and present postmaster and owner of Beattie & Atcheson drug store.
R.E. Beattie Interview
Jake Fink Interview : Newspaper interview after working in Kaslo, Ainsworth, Wardner and Fort Steele, Jake Fink took over
Jake Fink Interview
Eneas Small Interview : Newspaper interview Eneas Small left PEI to move to British Columbia to see the place where men were
Eneas Small Interview
Cranbrook Growth : Cranbrook never stopped growing in the ten years of her existence, with names and descriptions of th
Cranbrook Growth
3rd Contingent Departure : 3,000 Cranbrook citizens gather to bid farewell to the 47 members of the Cranbrook and district men
3rd Contingent Departure
A.T. Underhill Dies : Sergeant Underhill from Cranbrooks first contingent dies, bringing the war closer to home for many o
A.T. Underhill Dies
Mounted Infantry Leave : Twenty-two Cranbrook men leaving to join the Mounted Infantry, now only a few single men in the city
Mounted Infantry Leave
107th Regiment Members : 107th Regiment men from Cranbrook and area taking the officers' course return home.
107th Regiment Members
L.S. Mackersy : Former Cranbrook family return to Scotland to fight for their home country.
L.S. Mackersy
John Brigland Twamley, KIA : A volunteer with first contigent from Cranbrook, and fourth man from area, killed.
John Brigland Twamley, KIA
Peter Carruthers : Funeral of Peter Carruthers held in Lethbridge, with many Cranbrook residents travelling there to at
Peter Carruthers
Sam Kellock : Yahk residents proud parents of twin boys, father able to come home from war to be present for the b
Sam Kellock
Sinking of Ship : First hand account of new resident of Cranbrook of her experience on the Hesperian liner which was t
Sinking of Ship
First Bonspiel : Preparations moving forward rapidly for the first annual bonspiel of British Columbia Curling Assoc
First Bonspiel
W.H. Wilson : Cranbrook jeweller whose business is partly devoted to putting clocks and watches right.
W.H. Wilson
Accident Report : Reporting on railway accident near Wardner which injured the Engineer and Conductor but killed the B
Accident Report
Charles Smith : Cranbrook laundry employee moving to Nelson to take a position at their Kootenay laundry.
Charles Smith
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