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VOLUMH 18.
CRANBKOOK, B.C.
SATURDAY MORNING
NOVEMBER 16th.
No. 46
Hard Knocks at C.P.R.
A. E. Watts Digs Up Cold Facts
Wattsburg, B. C.
November 11th., l'J12
A. D. Cartwright, Esq.,
Secretary of the Hoard ol
Railway Commissioners
utiuwa, Ontario.
Dear Sir-
In    addition to the application al
ready   submitted   I beg to give no
tlce that I shall ask your Board for
*a order to compel the CanadlnnPa
clfic    Railway   Company   to restore
the    Steamer     Uinding    known    as
'Watts   Landing,'   Kooteuny   Luke,
which they have destroyed.
The Landing In question was built
lor tbe use ot the ranchers, fruit
growers, preserve works, saw mills,
planer mill and Wood Pipe Factory
nil being situated near to the suld
Landing, which was constructed
wtth roads and approaches in 1907
at a cost exceeding Two Thousand
Dollars, Buildings were erected ou
the floating portion of the Landing
lor the storage of fruit and other
products tor shipment, and the
wbole cost wns borne by the Appll
cant, and tree use ot tho same wns
granted to the people. The C.P.R
Steamers knocked down the piles
and dolphins, smashed the buildings
and turned loose a large boat house
which was attached to the Landing.
And although tho Landing wns rocog
nleed on the official time tables and
maps ot the C. P. Railway, and used
by them for over lour yenrs, after
they had destroyed the same a peremptory order was Issued that t.ie
Landing be cut out as n stopping
place without even consulting any
person or persons interested or affect
ed.
During the last year, owing to
the destruction of the Landing in
question grent losses have been sustained by the fuct that the principal
users have had to send teams to deliver produce and bring supplies
back a distance ol over one and a
half miles from the mills to and
from another Landing.
The Landing was constructed at the
point in question after due consultation with the officials of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and
the said company having recognized
and used the said Landing free of
charge for a period of over four
years established the right to have
it restored and maintained as a
station or stopping place.
I also give notice that I shall ask
the Board of Railway Commissioners
whether their jurisdiction extends over the steamboat traffic ot transportation Companies operating on Inland Waters, as the general publ c
impression seems to be that the Water traffic is beyond tbe jurisdiction
of your board.
As destructive agents Railway
companies appear to consider that
they are entitled to the right to be
supreme, and to render no recompense tor the damage and loss they
may cause either to individuals or
the genergl public. It would be Interesting to know whether the
Board boa anv jurisdiction ln a matter of the following kind:—
My firm engaged the services of one
of the most powerful tug boats
owned by the C.P.R. Company to
tow over one million feet of logs
from Kootenny Landing to the Proctor Mill. The logs were brought
•ately to the mill which is near tbe
O.P.R. loading station or wharf.
The Captain of the steam tug on arrival tied up at the C.P.R. wharf
claiming that he waB short of coal.
The ship's tow rope was still attached   to the stanchions when the Cap
tain made Inst b s steamer to tbo
wharf. The boom of logs wus nearly
two thousand feet long and the tnll
end of the boom reached to mid
stream whoro the current was strong
Without nny warning tlio Captain
gave orders to throw loose the tow
rupo from the tug. In cunseiueme
tho boom begun to move down the
river. My son, who wns on board
one of our small steamers, Bounded
the distress call, seeing that the
boom wns rapidly going wi.li the
current. Tho Captain who hud turned the boom loose pnld uo attention whatever to tho call. Several
C.P.R. uteiniiers were lying near by
nnd hnd tlnlshed their day's work;
consequently steam was low on all
tho boats except the one which
brought the boom to tbe Lunditig.
Captain Orr, the commander of 'one
of the boats, rapidly got up steam
and answered the distress signals,
but it was too late to save the boom
from partial destruction, although
his gallant effort* In catching up
with the boom held It bnck bo as to
avoid a total destruction on the
rocks which lie on both sides ot tho
Bwlft running nnrrown near Proctor;
nnd hod it not been for the efforts
of Captain Orr the Ipso would hnve
heen very much grenter. Ab it was
the forward part ol tho boom caught
on the rocks, smashed the chains
and boom sticks, nnd a groat portion
of tho logs escaped and wont with
the rapid current toward Nelson,
■some wore swept ncross the boun-
■iry line Into the United States,
"aptaln   Orr stood hy and rendered
11    possible   nssistanee but In spite
f nil hecould do tho loss waa vory
•reot, nnd the Proctor mill had to
close down owing to n shortage of
logB, which cost my firm a loss of
several thousand donors. Furthermore, the logs could not be towed
''nek sgnln to the mill for several
-nonths owing to the high water nnd
'he mighty current in the Narrows
Meanwhile everything wns nt a
tandstlll nt the mill, workmen with
Urge families not oaring their usual
wages, urgent orders awaiting fill
'Mlment. consequently, loss of trade
".nd loss of income to all concerned,
-ncluding merchants and everyone de
-ondent nnr.n the Industry cirrled on
at that point.
Whilst I critic's" the autocratic
-ind cruel policy generally adoptel
->y these powerful corporations in
their treatment of sufferers I wish to
express my admirntion ot the character of many ol the subordinate officials, prominent amongst whom is
Captain Gore, General Superintendent of the Lake and R ver Service,
who at once informed me that he
wouldplace all the C.P.R. Steamers
at my disposal to save what logs we
could. At the same time he hns no
power to recompense us for tbe Ioes
sustained by the more than cruel
neglect of some of his officers who
deliberately turned thnt boom ot
logs referred to loose at the mercy of
the mighty current of the Kootenay
outlet which flows through the Narrows.
During the construction of t' e
Crow's Nest Pass line between Gont-
fell nnd Creston, the Railway Compnny destroyed the old public rond
which traversed n portion ot the
country exceedingly precipitous nnd
densely covered with timber nnd underbrush, consequently it wns im
possible for teams with vehicles, or
even pnek horses to make the journey from Crnst-»n to GoatfeH without iiBlng a pnrt nf the O.P.R. road
bed for some yenrs past,    Last ye ir
WedditiK Bells
A quiet but very pretty wedding
took placo at Christ Church on Monday when tho Rev. E. P. Flowelllng
united lu mnrriggo Mr. Frederick 0.
Cory to Miss Annie (I Gill. Miss
Viva GUI waa bridesmaid and J.
Fletcher groomsman.
The bride was dressed it, a white
satin gown, with marquisette over
satin, trimmed with luce and peirls,
and wearing an embroidered bridal
veil. The bridesmaid wns gowned in
a pretty marquesette dres, wtth a
black picture hat.
After the ceremony the happy couple and guests were received at the
bom* of Mr. and Mrs. T. 8.Gill, and
partook ot n sumptuous wedding
breakfast. The breakfast room was
decorated with roses, pinks nnd carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Cory left on the
east bound train for points ln Alberta snd will return to their future home in Vancouver in about
two weeks.
Veteran  Association
A meeting ot the above was held
In the Royal hotel parlors on Monday last. Lt.-Col. Mackay, ot Fernle, was In the chair.
Messrs T. H. Short and F. Swain
were the speakers ot the evening
Snd pointed out the advantages ot
associations citing the lack of provision ' In Canada for soldiers who
fell out on account of 111 health, etc.
T. Oaven, M.P.P. and Col. Mackay   and   B. Sainsbury wart elected
Hon.-Pros, and Ut nnd 2nd Vice Pres
respectively, on npcount. nl viiluablo
services rendered in organizing the
association jn Ottonhrook,
A letter was «ont to E. Hnlnshury
In nnnrecintinn nf tho able manner
in which ho ciinducted the Veterans'
Parade.
The follow.lrifx otllcees were eloctel
tor the coming term:—
Hon. Pres.—T. D. Oaven
Hon. Vice Pres—Col Mackay and
E. SaliiBhury.
1st Vice Pre*.-Ed Elwell
2nd Vice Prea.—8, Bloomer
Sec.-Alb. H. Webb
Tro'is.—A. B. Short
Act. Adj.-B. H. Short
Color Sergt.—J. Wood
Regular meetings to he held tfne 1st
flaturh'iy  in the month.
The thanks of the meeting' were
extended to Mr. Rollins for tho use
of the room.
Meeting adjourned.
Shower
A miscellaneous shower wait tendered to Miss Nellie Driimtnonii on
Monday night nt the residence of
Mrs. C. O. Oonnollv. There were a
large number of gueBti In attendance
and tho gifts, which included cut
glass sllverwnro, etc.. were numerous nnd cnBtlv, Wn lonrn tbnt the
wedding of MIbs Drumninn'd to Mr
Fred Dennloon, of lllnlrmore, will
take place on' Wednosilnv, Nnveiifber
20th at tho St. Eugene Oliupol. Mr.
Dennlson in well nnd favorably
known In Crnnhcook ns manager tor
the P. Burns Oo.
Conservative Meeting
Strong Resolution to Minister of Labor asking for
Conciliation Board in Interest of Labor
Association Elects Officers
The Annual Meeting of the Cran
brook District Conservative Aasocln
tlon wns held In MnthcBon's Hnll on
Thursday evening. There was a
largo attendance, every precinct In
the  district  helng  represented.
The meeting wns called to ordor
by T. T. McVittie ol Fort Steele,
chairman, who s.ild that the annual
meeting was called to elect officers
for the ensuing yonr
Records ol the last regular meeting
was road and on motion woro passed.
A resolution wus presented roqueting that the Lcmleux Act, us being
useless for the purposes for which It
wus intended, the settlement of Labor disputes nnd strike, be repealed.
After some discussion the resolution wiib laid on the table.
Mr. G. Houghnm, secretary of the
Canadian Brotherhood of Railway om
idoyers; then iwldressed the meeting,
in the following terms:
At n well attended nnd representative meeting of the Crnnbrook District Conservative Association, fie
question , of tbe present dispute between tho i.'unudi'in Brotherhood of
Railroad Employees nnd the C.P.R.
enme up for discus-ion in view of
the serious dislocation of traffic in
und out of Crnnbrook, und the Impossibility of uot.tng anything approaching efficient service from the
Company in their freixht depart
meat at the present time.
Mr. George Houghnm, the local
Secretary of the Employees waB sent
for by the'Conservative Association
nnd asked to state the position of
the strikers.
Mr. Hougham described the negotiations that had been carried on1
for five months prior to the commencement of the strike, and from
his remarks it iB apparent thnt the
Employees have exhausted every
honourable moans of effecting an a-
inicable settlement of the dispute
herore reliictii-itlly taking up the weapon of the strike.
The Brotherhood Is intended to
embrace every clnss of employeo not
lrendy Included in nn organization,
and for this reason, the Company
llatm it is impossible to deal with it
ub a whole.
In his remarks, Mr. Hougham
pointed out tbnt Mr. McNicoll has
contemptouBly referred to the Brotherhood ns nn impossible organization, but it can hardly be an lm-
noBsible organization when it has a
Dominion Charter under date of
June 1909. nnd hnB a working agreement with thc I.C.R. since that time
The extension of the Brotherhood
to the lines of the C.P.R. began last
vear, nnd to the western lines of the
Company in the spring of this yeir.
The officials of the organization
presented the proposals of the men
covering Increases In salary, betterment nf condttlotis, etc., tn the Com-
nnny In June of this year, but the
communications were tgnorod. The
officers thereupon wont to the Deputy
Minister of Labor nnd naked him to
use hia influence with the management ot lhe Gompunv with a view to
"orsuade them to meet a representative committee ot the men to dis-
i*i>8-f the grievances and tbe ret.dy
received by the Hon. the Minister
of Labor was to the effect that the
■ititut on thnt was being carried on
wns en-lneered by out-ide parties
who were not employees of the Com-
niinv and therefore could not sub-
-tnntlnte tholr clulm tn represent
the men.
The Deputy Minister of ljibor then
• lv sed rilling together et a conference ot nil Iho Divisions included ln
Ihe Brotherhood and this wns done.
Thia conference resulted In tho selections of two men, MessrB. Temple-
'nn and North (both of whom were
employees of tho Company nnd working in tho nttawn freight -sheds, to
iwnlt upon Mr. McNicholl In Mont-
trcal with n view to getting him to
meet n representative committee of
■dl the men tn discuss tholr griev-
'•nces. This, Mr. McNicholl, also re-
*'ised to do nnd he told theso men
thnt the only wny In whlchthe Ontn-
wns for the mon to follow the mlll-
pany could discuss the matter at all
tiry prnceednre and placo nil their
"ropostls before the Divisionnl officers In order nf their seniority.
MessrB. Tompleton and North roturnod to the conference with this
mess'igo nnd tho Instruct ons given
hy Mr. McNicholl wore faithfully
carried nut. and thn proposals nf tbo
men wore submitted tn ouch Divisional Superintendent on September
21rd. m-M-iir him to moot a local
committee, to discuss tho propnsnla.
Tho nnlv replv rnr-| ol from tho
nivlslonnl Riinerlntondents wns a
here sc'inowl-dge'tient nf tho receipt
nf thp obrmuunicntton, nnd the acknowledgement   wns   couched in such
II,HIS   U9AS   inil   o*   S,t     SUMS)     pMIIJOJ
whether tlio Rll'lorlntOniletlt wnull ho
prepared to meet auch n committee
nr not. It li'ifl since transpired
that   Mr.    McNicholl state,: that ht
never gave such advice to the deputation tbat waited on him and he
demanded that they should retract
their statement or ietue. tho Company's employ. Thoy choose tho
latter alternative.
It now became apparent to the
officials of the Brotherhood thut it
wns the determination of tho Company to smash the organization In
its infancy, so that it should never
grow to mich proportions aB to ho
able to command respect, and, lu
view of this, thoy npplloil at onco to
the Honorable the Minister of Labor
to establish a Conciliation Hoard
under the Lemelux Act. This the
Minister, point blink, refused to do;
nni! he hus never given anv reasons
for his refusals. The ruisons that
appear over his nnmo are simply the
precise reasons given by the Company nnd are altogether beside the
mark. Tho only alternative which
whs then left tn the men wus to
quit work ns n protest against the
Minlnter ol Lnhor quite its much ns
ngninat the C.P.R. The Brotherhood
claims that they have been denied
the rights conceded to every class in
employment on thc Railway, the
right of Organisation; and, likewise,
their rights as Canadian citizens
under the law. The question of
whether the Organization embrace i
too many grades ot help, together
with the increases of saiury, etc.,
are all matters that could be decided by a Conciliation Board, but this
the Compnny refuses to consider,
which shows the brutality ot their
position. They do not want to negotiate except with a club in their
hands.    Applause.
The report of Delagates who attended the Convention of the Provln-
read and on motion adopted.
The report ol the Executive of the
District Association, re action taken
by them In regard to the strike of
the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees, also the sending ot
telegrams to the Prauler Hon. R. L-
Borden, and the Minister of Labor,
was read, and tho actions of the
committse were fully endorsed by the
Association.
The tolfowing reply Iron, the Deputy Mln ster ot Labor to wire fi om
the Executive, lu reply to wire Irom
the Executive wns rend.
Ottawa,  Ont.  8-9 Nov.
W. B. MncFnrlane,
Crnnbrook, B,C,
I am to acknowledge your moBiage
seventh to Minister regarding C.P.R.
strike and to state the Minister is
gfv ng whole subject close consider-
tion and trusts difficulties mny be
shortly concluded
L. A. Ackland,
Deputy Minister of Labor.
A committee was appointed to
draft a resolution, re tho strike of
the C. B. of R. E, which consisted ot
the following gentlemen: P. DeVere
Hunt, J. Rynn, E. R. McMnnn, F. W
Swain and A. Balrcent. The committee then retired to drntt said resolution.
The following is the resolution ns
prepared by tne Committee, which
was fully endorsed and nccepted by
the Association, a copy of same to
he forwarded to the Hon. R. L. Borden, the Minister of Labor, nnd every
British Columbia member of the
House ot Commons.
RESOLUTIONS
WHEREAS nt the regulnr Annunl
Meeting ol the Crnnbrook Diatrict
Conservative Association in Session
duly assembled this 14 day of Novem
ber, 1912, it hod been made to appear:—
1. That there Is a strike in existence amongst the members of the
Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad
Employees, which strike Is most
seriously affecting the business interests of Crnnbrook and the s ir-
r,,unding distil ts owing to t e Impossibility ol either shipping or receiving freight over the Canadian
Pacific Railway.
2. That the Canndlnn Brotherhood
of Railway Employoeo la duly incorporated as a labor organization
under the tertr.B of a charter of the
Dominion of Canada Issued In June,
1909.
3. That the members nf the Canadian Brotherhnod of Railroad Employees hnvlng during the yenr 1911
and the prcBcut yenr exhausted all
honourable moiins of gaining recognition for t'liilr organization by tho
Cnnadlan Pacific Railway Company
(such recognition having len con
coded by tho Intercolonial Railway)
and hnvlng their grievances reme
dlel hy tho Canadian Pacific Rail
wny Company, then, by their pro
por nfllcors duly upprnaehod tho
llonhle. the Deputy Minlst r of La
bor and the llonhle. the Minister of
Labor and, In accordance with the
law, roquestoil lho appointment of n
llonrd of Conciliation ns provide! by
the Conciliation nnd Labor Act, but
were   for    reason us yet unexplained
by either Minister, refused sal 1
Board of Conciliation leaving tho
members ol snld orgnnUiitlun no al
toriintlve but to quit tholr employ
ment as u protest against whut appeared to them, nnd appears to us,
to bo a denial of their rights us
Canadian citi.'ons under the laws ol
the Dominion.
4.   Thnt    the members of the Brotherhood  ol Canadian Railroad Employees huve since quitting their employment     behaved    themselves    as
peaceful     and   law-abiding    citizens
and   nre   worthy   ol   ull    thc moral
support which public opinion can afford them.
NOW IT IS RESOLVED thut we
the   members   ot the Cranhrook
District     Conservative     Association   hereby   place   on public record    our   conviction   that    the
members   ol   tho   Oanndlun Brotherhood   of Railroad Employe's
should   be  granted  tbe Board of
Conciliation   sought ol tho Hon.
tho Minister ol Labor to the ond
thnt    the   exieting   strike   shall
cense   nnd   the   business   ot thlB
community    be   no longer paralysed   to   the most serious prejudice  not   alone ot the public but
also    ot    the   Canndlan    Pacific
Rnilwny Company itscli.
And BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED thnt wc endorse tho action ol our Executive Commutes
in their recent action in thla
matter and again call on the
Hon. the Minister of Ijftbor to
grant thc Board of Conciliation
asked tor hy the members of the
Brotherhood of Railroad Employees.
ELECTION  OK  OFFICERS  FOR
THE   ENSUING TERM
The elect on of oflicoro was then
proceeded with.
The Premier, Hon R. L. Borden
nnd Sir Ricnnrd McBride, Premier of
British Columbia wero olected as Hon
or-iry PreBldeits.
T. T. McVlttee, W. A. Roll ns, A.
E. Wntts nnd H. D. Drew's names
were placed in for nomination tor
President. Messrs. Rollins, Wntts,
Drew withdrawing their names Mr.
McVittie was unanimously declared
president for the enauing year.
A vote of thanks was tenderel to
Mr. McVittie for services rendered
during the pnot yenr. Mr. McVittie
responded in a short hut very appro-
priate  speech.
Dr. Rutlddge was then nominated
and elected no Vice-President.
Thero were two nominees for Socro
tary.    Mr.  J. P. Fink being elected.
It was moved tbnt n meeting ot
thc dlBtrict nssocintion be held at
least onco In every three month.
Speeches were mnde by Messis. P.
DeVere Hunt, A. K. Watts, Ira Mann
Ing, Thcs. Caven. M.P.P. und W, II.
McFnrlano-
Avote of thanks wos given tn Mr.
P. Matheson lor the free use of the
Hail.
Seed Grain and Potatoes
Government to Furnish Eree
OviiN *:*s Club
On Tuesday nh.it last about sixty members of tbe above club si-ent
a very pleasant evening in .lancing.
The arrangements wore lu the
cupable hands ot Mrs. 10. T. Brake
and Messrs IS. T. Brake and J. Beaton.
Mrs. Lester, violinist anil Mr. R.
W. Ketterlnghnm, plauist provided
the music.
It is hoped that all members will
male all effort to at.eud the next
general meeting on Tuesday, November 2Eth at 8 p.m.
Want  Fixed Damages
Ottawa -Ileprcsciitittii'tts have been
made by lnhor orgaut'-ations to the
Dominion government, us inn th.it
the proposed amendments under consideration in tli'1 railway net Ue
made by which railways will De-
come liable to pay fixed sunn, (or
accidents to employees.
It Is suggested tii.it llxe.i dam-ige
be paid to widows wIiom- husbands
have been killed while still in the
performance of duty; that lixed damages als- shall le pi id fur pat tl 1'
and complete disability.
Hm pointed out that while constl
tuttng a fixed protection (or the men
the provision-, would also do away
with much needless and expensive lltl
Ration so far as the companies are
concerned. '
Bryce Resigns
Wn Hln ni'. ton, D.C. -Ut. lion. James
Hryce, Hrit'Sl- ani'i.iHS nlor fit t 10
United Htiites, has tendered his rrslg
nation and will return to I-.ngli.nl.
There bas been no olllclal announce
■ neat of IiIh resignation, the ambassador has made no statement, but It
te learned tonight from high authority that Mr. Hryc\ inf. rmfld Provident Tnft nf i-i- action at the White
j House this week. , , ,
By instructions of the Hun. Minis
ter of Agriculture a distribution of
superior sorts o( gr.ilu nnd potatoes
will he made during the coming winter and spriug to Canadian fanners.
The Bumples for general distribution
will consist of spring wheat (. bs),
white Oats <4 Ua), barley (6 IbB),
Mid tield peas (6 ll-sj. These will be
,ent out from Ottawa, A dlst ibu-
i on uf potatoes (In il lb samples-;
wlil be carried on from uevur. 1 of
the experimental firms, tin: Ceu.ral
.-'arm nt Ottawa supplying uiily tbe
provinces uf Ontario ant Liuohec.
All samples will be sent free, by
mail.
Applicants must give particulars
in regard to the soil on their firms,
and some account of their experience with such Muds of grain (or
potatoes) ns they have grown, 8.
that a promising sort for their conditions may tie selected.
Bach application must, be si'iierate
and must lie signed by the applicant,
'inly one sample of grain and one ot
potatoes can he sent to each (arm.
Applications on any kind ot printed
orm cannot be accepted,    if two or
more   samples    are ug'-ted for ln the
same    letter    only  one  will  be sent.
Ab the supply of seed ls limited,
larmers are advised tu apply early;
tut the applications will not necessarily be tilled in tbe exact order tn
which they are rerelved. preference
will always be given tu tho most
thOUfthtful anil explic t rejiiests. Applications received after the end of
.January will  probably be too late.
All applications for grain (and ap-
plleatlona from the provinces of Ou-
tarlo and Quebec tor pofitues*
Bhould lie uddresa<-d to the DumlniOQ
Cerenllst, Central .experimental
Farm i Ottawa. Huch application
requires nu postage. If utberwlse
addressed delay and disappointment
may occur.
Applications, for potatoes, from
farmers in any other province should
be addressed (postage prepaid) tu the
Superintendent of the nearest nearest Brand Kxperlmental Farm In
that province.
J. H   OIUHDALB
Director
Dominion  Experimental Farms
Fruit Packing School
The Department of Agriculture, in
ccordance with its policy of the
:>;tBt three years, will continue the
rult packing schuolB during the coming winter. The packing spools
proved even mure po.ulir in 1912
than previously tind we expect, from
n, that there will be a great growth
in tho work this winter. It Is hoped
the number of applications already
thntthiB ye:ir siiools will be placed
in every fruit district of the Province, where n sufficient number oi
.■uplts can be secured.
Thecluss of instruction furnished
liy the experts emjloyed liy the De
iturtment in previous years hns dem-
.natrated Its elllc ency in meeting
the competition of Oregon and Washington In fruit packing. The experience and standing of the instructors
ecured and the confidence reposed In
them by the Department, guarantee
o the fru)t-grower.**i the lilgheBt class
of instruction.
As   In previous years the loent ad-
lilnistrattun   of    the pacing schools
ill tie placed In the bunds of a responsible local body, such un the Farmer's   Institute,    the Fruit Growers'
Association or the Board of Trade.
The Department nf  \   liciiltur.' pro-
ides the in-Jtructor and pays his ev
lenses.     The   Department   will also
ear   the   cost of the packing paper,
the fruit and all i-ther legitimate ex-
lenHe*-:,   except    tiat   of    Secretarial
•vork,    which it has been found most
satisfactory    to   leave    to    local arrangement.
The responsible organization ia
■ich ct.BA will be required to guarantee a m nitnum ,)[ twelve pupils; but
not more thnn fit teen, with tho proper qualifications, at a fee of tbree
lollilrs each, to take the twelve lessons of two and one-half hours a
lesson, the school extending over one
week. In a limit d number of dis-
ricts a double packing school can
be arranged for, in winch the mint-
aura guarantee will be twenty-four
pupils, but not more than thirty,
for the same number of lessons, The
guaranteeing organization will also
rrange for and bear the expenses ut
vv oman's Institute
The itinerary uf the tall meeting in
ounce tion witii tiie Women's Insti-
i iite is ju<->t at hand. Mrs. C. T.
.onvmey, oi Vancouver, and Miss A.
itijlur, uf .sew west-muster, are tne
livo latltfc* up.iuiut-/d to tra.ei thru'
t.iis ai-itrict. Mrs. rownley •■> a
.lomineiu ollicer ui Bhe Daughters of
ine .'.input- and has made a special
otudy oi uuiirtuiutt history and development, Sue is well Miown us a
■peant-r and wor-.tr in tne woiiiuii'b
..rgani/.ations in tne i runiuce. Her
lecture to tiie ludi ins.ttuie will be
■ ai tne hues. -
1. Home teaching and National
jpirit.
6,   UUr    Flag    and  Wbat it Stands
For.
...   Practical  Patriotism
4.    Women  as an   Umpire   Builder.
Miss Taylor will n\e demonstrations in Drer-emaKliig. As a pi acti
eal dressmiiMtr oi niaity years ex,<er-
,unce sne will he able to give expert
advice uu dressm-alting problems.
The work dewonaifflted win include.
1. The  Proper  use  of  Patterns.
2. Modern Dressmaking Appliances and Sewing Machine attachments.
'A. (Jutting out and Kitting.
*). AI tori ng and Mnuiir, over.
This    demonstration   and   lecture
will take place in the Uytu Thursday
and Friday, the 2Kth and 29th nf
November.
Although meetings are iu connection Willi the■ Women's Institutes and
members are particularly requcBled
to make an effort to be present, ,t Is
hoped that as many ladles of Cranhrook as can make it possible to be
present will be there fur all are
Welcome.     The   Institutes are doing
the hnll, its heating and lighting.
The hall for fifteen people must be
at least 30ft by 15ft., and woll lighted. It must be heated sufflcienUy to
prevent chilling of the fingers uf ths
packers, und to prevent tre-eatng of
the fruit at night.
The Department will aB far as possible, use local fruit. At the time
uf making application fur the packing school, you are reijueBtwl to re
^erve fruit at the rate of 2ft to I
boxes per pupil. The hardier varle-
iea, such as Ben Davis, are preferred.
Fruit must be in good condition,
hut need not be graded and none
should run under 2$ inches in diameter. The Department will pay the
legitimate market price tor this
truit. lf local fruit cannot be Becur
ed, tbe Department should M expressly notified and will undertake
to secure same.
The instructor will bring with him
tbe necessary pocking tables and
fruit paper. The Department expect*
that he will be met on his arrival
hy some responsible person, who
should provide him with all necessary information, so as to get the
school under way without loss of
time.
It seeme harly necessary to present to you the important advantages tu be gained from the packing
school, particularly In the way of
practical and thorough Instruction iu
actual commercial packing.
Pupils will learn in addition, t
good deal about the methods and •
■tuipment used by the most progressive associations, will sIbo lenrn
a good deal of the interpretation of
the Fruit Marks Act, und will learn
a great deal of value about eihibition packing by attending the packing school for instruct on.
Pupils who gain a score of 75 per
cent, for efficiency in the packing
school, aud who put up a creditable
pack for the department prizes ths
following year, may secure a diploma
certifying the same from the Department.
WM. R. SCOTT
Deputy Minister
rt good work in the different cities
of the Province and the Dominion to
educate the mothers and the daughters in the principles of good citizenship nnd the duties which truly belong to the homes of each.
Now you try, you ladies of Cranbrook to be present at these meeting
and you will be well repaid.
Ancient Order Foresters
The memhers .-,f Court Cranbrook
held n very successful meeting In
Carmen's hall on the Mth tnst. A
l:\rge attendance being present and
i-ntbiHiast c discussions were the order of the evening. Six candidates
were initiated and i-everal more were
•.imposed. The officers and members
of the Court are not Idle and are
ball a-rolling and are putting tbeir
shoulder||e?the wheel to make 1912 a
banner -feur for Ancient Forestry In
Cranbrook.
Rro. Tngg, organizer for the Oo-
llimhla dlstrlrt, wns the guest of ths
itvenlng nnd spoke with enthusiasm
'<f the work done by the order in ths
Knntenays.
Tbe winter is now with us and ws
■rn looking forward for spend n*
■-■ood ttmrs at our meetings and the
officers of the Court do not believe
In half-measures, they desire n full
bouse at nil meetings. The order
Sis enlarged it. membership, dons
well and are prospering as they Journey along and believe that the future Is brighter than ever and li
freighted with many opportunities
which the officers of Court Oranbrook purpose seizing ns tbey come
along. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C.
Provincial Elections' Act
CRANBROOK    ELECTORAL
DISTRICT
TAKK NOTICB thnt 1 have received objsctlons iu writing to tlu re
tention ot the following name- on the Register ot Voter! tor the Crun-
Beook Electoral Diatrict on the grounds aa stated below.
AND luke notice thnt nt a Court of Revision to be helil OU the into
day of November, 1912 at the Court House in Cranbrook at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, I shull hear and determine the snid objections, and un-
lsas Biich named persons or some other Provincial Voter on their behalf
eutisnes me that such objection* are not well founded I shall strike such
names otT the said Register.
A. 0. NELSON.
Registrar ot Voters,
Dated this .1st day of Octoher, iiii
The following persons are reported absent from the district
NAME
l'l.ACK
44.
SS.
61.
77.
83.
107.
124,
143.
162.
no.
174.
176
.06.
226.
241.
260.
318.
323.
328.
329.
335.
365.
377.
443.
485.
526.
563.
564.
597.
674.
687.
689,
697.
698.
699.
700.
713.
714.
719.
742.
756.
774.
775.
778.
791.
802.
817.
813.
830.
852.
874.
878.
879.
884.
891.
892.
898.
918.
920.
921.
928.
929.
933.
935.
945.
947,
955.
958.
959.
968,
975
179
985.
993.
994.
1000.
1M2.
1023.
1060.
1061.
1067.
1087.
1088.
1101.
1181,
1260.
1266.
1274
1282.
1285.
1296.
1213.
1171,
1382.
1437
1450.
1466.
1471.
149C.
1541.
Adney, Hugh Charles Owen        Wardner
\kerllnd, olaf August      Cranbrook
Allen, Walter I.onzo      ""*•"
Allies,   Harry      Cranbrook
Armstrong, Richard Ernest     Cranbrook
Atkins,  Levy Henry       Cranbrook
Babbitt,    Charles Samuel      Cranbrook
Balrd.   Robert   Douglas      Cranbrook
Barclay,    William          Wardner
Barnes,   Adam         Marysville
Baylla,   Herbert        Marysville
Bell,  Albert Carmen       Cranbrook
Bertram,  John     Cranbrook
Bingham,   Benjamin       Cranbrook
Black,    Daniel        Cranbrook
Blayney, Oharlea     cranbrook
. Blondeau, Joseph        Cranbrook
Bray,   Vivian Morcom     Cranbrook
Brooks,    Oeorge Muller      Cranbrook
Brown, Ronald Laurie      Cranbrook
Burdett, Norman William     Moyti
Carlson, Charles Magnus       Wardner
Carr,  William James         Marys-ill.
Carruthers,   Kenneth Burpee      Moyle
Carruthers, Peter        Cranbrook
Carter, Beverley Arthur    Cranbrook
Charbonneau,  Joseph  Frederick    Cranbrook
Clark. Andrew    Cranbrook
Crackles, William    Cranbrook
Cush, John     Cranbrook
Dickson, James Edgar     ,   Cranbrook
Drlsde.ll, David  -    Cranbrook
Drummond, Thomas Lewis       Cranbrook
English, Arniond James        Cranbrook
Franklsh, Albert     Cranbrook
Fullerton. Muthew       Wardner
Fulton. John (leaner     Cranhrook
'.'anong, Augustus John        Cranbrook
Ourd, John     Cranbrook
Harden, Oeorge Dawson     Moyle
Garden,  John        Cranbrook
(ii'siml. William        Cranbrook
Gibbons, John Shaw    Cranbrook
Gilchrist, James G-arrison       Cranbrook
Godiirt, Benjamin    :    Cranbrook
Grace, Lawrence Thornwaite    Cranbrook
Grieg, William     Cranbrook
Qrevett, Frederic George       Cranbrook
Gntlln,  John William     Cranbrook
Husa,  John Alphonna     Cranbrook
Hall, Watson Mmythe     Cranbrook
Hanson, John p .-    Cranbrook
Harrison, Alei. Crawford     Cranbrook
Hurt, Frank       Cranbrook
Henley, James      Cranbrook
Herrlett, Alfred Kdward  !    Cranbrook
Hlckey, Frank         Marysville
Hicks,   Fred       Cranbrook
Hllller, George     Cranbrook
Hogarth,  Alexander     Cranbrook
Hogberg,    John       Cranbrook
Holmes, Kit-hard     Cranbrook
Hoyle. Arnold       Cranbrook
Hughes, Charles     Cranbrook
Hughes, James      Klmherley
Hurley, Harry Wurman     Cranhrook
Hurteaii. Thomas       Cranhrook
Hymlnian. David William     Cranbrook
Ingram. Oeorge Daniel        Cranhrook
.liuiiipson, Charles Graham    Cranbrook
Jarvls. Victor Reginald     Cranbrook
Jobllng.   Isaac     Cranhrook
Jobn, William Robert    Cranbrook
John. Thomas Arkless        Cranbrook
Johnson, Oharlea Qunnar    Cranbrook
Johnston,  David       Cranbrook
Jolly, Arthur John       Cranbrook
Jones   William W    Cranbrook
Kay, James Frederick     Cranbrook
Keaney, Patrick    , Kingsgate
Kelly. Hamilton David    ,     Moyl-
Ksrr. Joseph Herlen     Oranbrook
Kerr. Roland     Cranbrook
Lane, Charles Edward     Cranbrook
Lane. Frederick John    Cranbrook
Lank,  Harlan  Smith       Cranbrook
Lebaatare, -Jean  Louis     Wattsburg
Leheau.   j„aeph       Cranbrook
LeViscomte. Percy  '     Cranbrook
Long,   William  Francis        Cranbrook
Mills. Robert     „oyi.
Mot, Archibald Mul-        Cranhrook
Moore, Draaton Lelth     Cranbrook
Moran,  Martin	
Morfltt,  Charles  Ernest  	
Mono,   John 	
Munro*, Charles   	
Macdonald,  Harry clement 	
Macdonald,   Malcolm   Archibald	
McKee, John Walter 	
 ■  Cranhrook
  Oranbrook
  Cranhrook
  Cranbrook
 •     Moyle
  Cranbrook
  Cranbrook
M,:K1 • "'•""l" Al"     Cranhrook
McKlnstry, Kdward Care,     Cranhrook
McLean,   James      „_    .
  Cranbrook
McNabb,   Richard       „
 ■  Cranbrook
Nicholson. Walter     ,,.   .      t
  Craabrook
1561. Ormston, Charles Mowbray   Cranhrook
1661. O'Nell, Freeman     Cranbrook
1604. Patton, Frederick D  Cranbrook
16-19. Perry, Francis John Fred   Cranbrook
1862. Pugb. Benlamin    '.  Craubrook
1650. Potvln, Charles     Cranbrook
1681. Read, Charles Henry      Cranbrook
174S. Roynl, Napoleon   Cranbrook
1774. Sawyer, William George  Cranbrook
1814. Sinclair, Fraser     Craubrook
1817. Sinclair,  Robert   Cranbrook
1821. Sjoberg. John      Fort Steele  Junction
1842. Smith, George Thomas  Cranbrook
1850. Smith, William  Cranbrook
1868. Spurting, l*vl   Cranhrook
1896. Steward. Horace   Craubrook
1900. Stewart, Goldwin    Moylo
1905. Stone. Edward   Craubrook
1917. St. Clair. Byron Campbell     Cranbrook
1932. Sutherland, Roscoe Graham     Oranbrook
1972. Thompson, Mobsuiii Boyd  Cranbrook
1973. Thompson.   Robert  Edward    Cranbrook
1979. Thomson,   John     Cranbrook
2001. Tuohey.   William   David     Cranhrook
2070. Weisbrod.  Paul  Frederick   Cranbrook
2U7I. Welch,  George     Cranbrook
2084   White-bread, Kenneth K  Craubrook
210*. Williamson,   Charles      Oranbrook
2120. Wilson.  Thomas     Craubrook
2137. Woods, Frank Craig   Cranbrook
The following persons are reported as deceased
474. Culham.  Will,am     linker
747   Goldie.  George     Fort Steele
861 Henderson,  Andrew Green   Cranbrook
862 Henderson. Claude   Oranbrook
897. Holm.  Uie             Vunllici
1374.  McDonald,   John Moyie
1737. Rosendahl. Peter   Klmherley
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Central   Meat
Market
SPECIAL
Dairy Butter 30 cents
per pound
PHONE 175
A. Jolliffe, Frop.
I I I I Mill I IH I I-1 III*'
Norbury Ave.     '.'■
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LEADERS
RYES
Gooderuam _ Worts, special
B,  0.  Distillery Co., special reserve
Corby's Special select
WINKS
Sparkling Burgundy     Pomniery dec.
Minimi's Ultra Dry     White Seal
SCOTCH
Dawson's Old Currln
Dawson's Rare Liqueur
Dawson's Special
Dewar'a Bpeclal
King George IV
Black k White
Kilmarnock
Talisker
Caledonian
White Horse Liqueur
White Horse Cellar
Regalia
(lien Arthur
Spey Royal
Rotbmore
Distillers liqueur
++
CALIFORNIA   WINES
Claret
Hock
Chablla
Tlppo Chiaute
Italian Grappa
Creata Blanca
Vermouth
Family Orders Promptly Filled
A  Full Line uf other Choice Brands  ot Wines, Spirits ami Liqueurs.   Cigars and Bar Glasses.
A. C. BOWNESS
Phone Mn — Wholesale Wines and Spirits—Box 8
Cranbrook- K.C.
■HIM H If i in in im ****** .-HI III IIII ****
WATHR NOTICK
For a licence to take  and use water.
NOTICE is hereby given that Harry    Rdwarde   of   Wyclllle, B.O., will
. apply   for a licence to take and use
' 270    acre leet of waler out of Perry
; Creek, which tlows In a north easterly    direction   through various lands
| and    empties Into  St.  Mary's Kiver.
' The    water    will  be diverted at  800
i yards   from the mouth of creek and
will    he used lor irrigation purposes
\ on tbe land described as Lot 3619.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 7th day ol Uctober,
1912. The application will he tiled
In the office ol the Water Recorder at
Cranhrook, B.C.
Objections may he bled with snld
Water Recorder or with thc Comptroller of Waler Rights, Parliament
Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.
HARRY EDWARDB
,1-St Applicant.
A Rare Opportunity
Through the foresight and enter
prise of local parties, our citizen,.
nnd many from the adjoining towns
will neit Saturday night. Nov. 16th,
have the rare treat ol witnessing S
ot the age's greatest marvels- Wire
less Telegraphy, Radium and Lique
lied Air, with numerous interesting
experiments with each wonder, clearly eiplalned by an adept demonstrator, Prof. Wm II. Patty. The enter
t.ninment Is not only heartily endorsed by schools, churches, press and
public, but Is absolutely guaranteed
as advertised, or money refunded. A
Urge house Is ulreidy assured, but
to get desirable seats, immediate
call should he made ut lleuttie-Mur-
phy Oo, Tickets on Sale Monday,
November nth.
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenny
TAKK NOTICK that I, ll Powers,
of Calgary, Alberta, liitciid to apply
lor tbe purchase ot the following
described lands. Commencing at a
post planted at the aoutliwest col
ner ol lot 6621, tlience rust 80 chuins
thence north 80 chains, thence weat
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
tke point ol commencement.
R   1'OWKRH, Locator
.1   Laurie, Agent
Dated October 21, 1912. 46-9t
CltANRItOOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlct of Eust Kootenay
takk notice tlmt l, Reginald J.
' Lydratt,   ot   Calgnry,    Alberta,   Intend to apply for the purchase of the
following described lauds.    Comment'
j Ing   at   n post planted ut the north
j west   corner ol   lot 6622 thence run
j nlng  east   80   chains,    thence south
j 78.80      chnins,   thence     west.    60.76
chains,    tlience    north    26     chains,
thence    west    31.25    chains,    thence
I north   54.80   t„   the   point ol  com-
inenceiiient.
REGINALD J. LYDRATT
Lucator.
| J. Laurie, Agent
I Dated Uctober 28, 1612. 46-91
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
COAL CREEK SCHOOL
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender (or Coal Creek School," will be
received by the Honorable the Minister ot Public Works up to noon ol
Monday, the 25th day of November,
1912, lor the erection und completion
ol an additional frame class-room between and connecting the two existing BChoolB, with furnace-room, base
ment, new entrance and vestibule at
Coal Creek, about Ave miles (rom
City ot Fernie, In the Fernle Electoral Dlatrlct.
Plans, apecitlcations, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 4th day of November, 1912,
at the office of J. S. T. Alexander,
Es|., Government Agent, Fernle; H.
£. Miard, Esq., Secretary ol School
Board, Coal Creek, B.C.; and the De
partment ot Public Works, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Bach proposal must he accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certificate ot deposit on a chartered
bank ot Canada, made Payable to the
Honourable the Minister ot Public
Works, for a sum equal to 10 per
cent, ot their tender, which shall be
(orfeited if the party tendering decline so enter into contract when called upon to do so, or if he fail to
complete the work contracted for.
The cheques or certificates of deposit
ot unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the execution of
the contract.
Tenders will not he considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necess
niily accepted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., October 30th, 1912
45-3t.
McClarys
Mnde Bpeolully io  Burn U. 0.
Coal, Bio,
Sold  by PATMORE  BROS.
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m^mawKarwe*-*—^.
DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND
DEFENCE
New Drill Hall at Fernie, B.C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS     .!
SBALBD THNDBBS marked on envelop*) "Temiurs fnr OoUBtt'Uctlon Of
q new Drill Hull, pernio, B.O.,"
luul iiiMi't-HHt'il tn tho Director of
Contracts, Department ot Miitti-. antl
Defence, Ottawa, will bo received un-
til noon■ November 11st, proximo,
fur the construction uf a New Drill
Hull at Kernie,  11.i\
Specifications mny be h«uh und fun
particulars obtained ut the niuco uf
the 0tllcer Commanding the Military
District Nn. tl, Vlotorltt, B.O,, and
the Olty Qlork, Penile, D,0, und tht
Director of Kiu'lneor Bor Vices, Houd
quarters, Ottawa.
Tenders mimi he made un th« form
supplied i<y the Department uud accompanied hy uu uccoptod cheque oa
,i .'uiiu-iitui Chartered Dunk, for Un
per eenl Hi* p.c) ol thn amount of
the tender, payable to the order of
iho Honourable Uie Minister of Mint
in umi Defense which nmouul w U he
forfeited if the party tendering dt
cllnet tu enter tutu nr fails tn complete the contract in accordance with
Ins tender.
The Department does uut hind itself to accept the lowest or nny tender
B.UQBNB. PISHT, Colonel,
Deputy Minister.
Department of Mtlltln aud Defence,
Ottawa, Octoher 17, 1912.
Newspapers will not ho paid if this
nd ver tlse ment ih Inserted without authority from the Department.
H.U. U-171-1 .—29999 44-2t
Professional   Curbs
ant-
ilob^c   Hotice:
McVlTTlH   A   PARKER
P.L.8.    *   C.B.
ORANBROOK,     ...     B.O.
W.    V.   U U It U
Ban-Inter, Solicitor, etc.
I'HANBItUUK,     ...     B.C.
IIAIIVKV, McCARTBR, MACDONALD
allil  NISD1.T
Barristers, Solicitors anil Notarise
Money to Lohii
Imperial Bank Building
i'ltANIili-H>K,    -    Brltleh Columbia
J.   T.   LAIDLAW.
Mining Engineer anil B.C.
Land Surveyor,
l'.U. Box 226
CRANBROOK.
Phone 222
...    B.O.
Ure.   KINO   &   ORBUN
Physicians and Surgeons
Otlice at Residence,  Armatrong Ave.
Oltlce Hours —
Forenoons ■ - 9.00 to 10 ill)
Attsrnoons - - 2.00 tu 4.00
Evenings - - - 7.30 to 3.30
Sundays 11.30 to 4.30
Cranbrook,
B.O.
Br.    F.    B.    MILKS
Dsntiat
Ottlcs In Hanson Block
CRANBROOK,     ...     B.O.
F. M. MacPherson
UNDERTAKER
Norbury Avenue N.st to City Hall
Open D.y and Nisht Phon. 113
W. R.   BEATTY
Undertaker,
Kmlialnier,
Funeral Director,
CRANBKOOK. B.C
PHONE H4H
Cranbrook
Cottage Hospital
ARMSTRONG AVE.
Matron:    Mrs. A. Salmon
Terms on Application
Phone -SO P   (>. Box H45
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I sin Interested In llmtl-
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me lull iii'oi-mittloii aboul
your i 'ullage, and i-.pm'iiilly
about lho subject* checked
below:
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ANCIENT OHDI.it OF FORi.STi.RS.
Court Cranhrook No. 3.43.
Meet iu Carmen's Hall, on   3ml and
4th Thursday ol each month.
W. HENDERSON, 0. R.
Louis Pearson, Sec, P.O. Boi oil.
Visiting Brothers Cordially Welcomed
OVERSEAS    CLUB
(Oranbrook Branch)
Meets   In   the   Carmen's   Hall ind
and Uii Tuesdays In every month, at
8 p.m.   Membership open  to British
Citltsus.
N.   A.   Vi'iilliiiger,   Pres
w   0, Crebbln, Sec'y.
P.O.  Boi 425.
Visiting member" cordially welcome
ORANBROOK    LODUE    No.  It
A, F. ft A. M.
Regular   meetings   on   the
third   Thursday   ot   every
month.
Visiting brethren welcome.
. J. McSweyn, Wnr8lilplul Mastsr
J.  S. Peck, Secretary
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER
No. 12S, R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday lo
each month at eight o'clock.
Sojourning    Companions   are   cordially Invited.
Ei. Comp.—A. C. Suankland, B.
Cranbrook, B.C.
KNIOHTS     OF    PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.C.
Crescent Lodgs, No. 31
Meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
at Fraternity Hall.
N. S. Houston, C. O.
F. A. Strlds, K. R. ft S.
E. A. Hill, M. F.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F.,   KEY   CITY   LODOB
Uo. 42
Meets every Monday nlgbt
at  Eew   Fraternity   Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially invited.
H. E. Stephens W. M. Harris
N. O. Sec'y
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
No. 1049
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
ln   Royal   Black   Knights   Hall.
R. 3. Oarrstt, See.
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ORANBROOK, B.C., NOVEMBER 16th.
No. 46
The Herald, last week, was shouting Its head oil In un appeal for tbe
enforcement of the Lemleus Act,
having forgotten that for yeara
sines its enactment, the labor Congratses ot the country have failed
to obtain any benellctal results
therefrom. From the following resolution ws think the Heriili! has
another "yell" coming.
"Another resolution asks for the
repeal of the Lemleui act. lt was
stated that, 'while believing In tbe
principles ol investigation and concilia*, on and while realizing the bene
tits that have accrued to certain
bodies of workmen under the act,
yet, in view ot decisions and rulings
and delays of the department ot labor ln connection with the administration ot thc act and in conse
ctuence ot the judicial decisions
such ns that of Judge Townsend of
Nova Scotia, declaring that to feed
a starving mnn on strike is an offense under the act, we usk for the
repeal of the act
The above is bow the labor men ol
Canada view the celebrated lemleui
Act.
•  •   .   •
Fifteen      thousand   population   in
1920,   has   a swing to it that spells
success to Crnnbrook.
....
Australia has voted a bonus ol 125
lor every baby born ln the Commonwealth.    This  Ib  much   better than
the bonusing of immi-.-rants.
....
Bulgaria   and   the   Allied   powers
having   tasted the fruits of victory,
are  now   likely to share the Turkey
wltb    Austria   and    Italy, especially
with   tbe   moral   support   of Oreat
Britlan, France and Russia.
....
In about two weeks parliament will
opes, then possibly Mr. Borden will
announce his naval policy regardless of Its ofleit on Quebec, and
there is no doubt but tbat it win receive the endorsement of every loyal
Canadian.
«...
German officers trained the Turkish arm)-, and generals who learned
their strategy In German military
schools are directing the Turkish array. The Turks have always been
famous a* fighting men, but the Bulgarians made short work of them.
The crashing overthrow ol the Turkish army is something of a mortification to tbe German masters of the
art of war. The world begins to
wonder whether the German great
army would Itself prove invincible
....
Ob   the   whole   it »;eme desirable
that all Canadian labor should receive recognition from the national
government. Labor organizations
are sick and tired of the Lemleui
Act, and favor a repeal of the same,
and desire that a coram salon, stmll-
and d'llre that a comnvbslon, similiar   to   the   "Railway Commission
Jointly,  Is more thnn  1,000,000 over
the Democratic vote.
In the Elertoral College Wilson
will have 433 votes: Roosevelt 90
und Taft 8.
The popular vote indicates that
Wilson did not get ae many votes In
the recent election ns did Bryan in
1908. That the Progressive party
rece ved 55 per cent of the Republl
ran vote and about 30 per cent oftbe
Democratic vote.
The Progressives have taken second place aa a party tn tbe United
States, and will receive recognition
In Federal patronage, and on alt
bonrd and committees, which are all
apportioned between the two leading
parties.
The strength shown by the Progres
elves   is   remarkable,    and indicates
that    In   future   elections the party
must   be   recognized   aa   a possible
dominant party.
....
Council Meeting
A meeting of the city council was
held ln the council chambers on Monday afternoon. There were present
Mayor Bowness and Aldermen
Campbell, Clapp nnd Atchison.
Minutes ot tbe last regular meeting were read and on motion adopted aa read.
Tbe Finance Cammlttee pressnted
their monthly report and recommended their accounts to the amount
of $9,524.82 be paid.
The   following    accounts were presented for payment.
School Board Orders 81822.14
Beattie-Murphy Co.  Ltd. 13.85
Bell, Dr. J. H. M. 2.00
Central Meat Market,  Jolllfte      3.90
City Engineer (Pay-roll) 549.80
City Clerk Sundries ~ 62.00
Cranbrook Trading Co. Ltd       36.75
City Transfer (Worden, 455.12
Cranhrook Drug ft Book Co.
Canadian Brass Co., Ltd.
City Livery (J. A. McDonald)
Cranbrook Cartage (Parker)
Cranbrook F'd'y (MacKinnon)
Cranbrook Bash ft Door
Concrete Sidewalks (Pay-roll)
City Officials (Pay-roll)
Cranbrook Elec. Lt. Co.
School Board Order (freight)
Davis Bros. Else. Co.
Enst Koot'y Merc. (Murray)
Fink Merc. Co. Ltd.
Fire Dept. (Pay-roll)
Kootenay Tele. Lines
Lsjoie Medley, (blacksmith)
Municipal Construction Co.
J. D. McBrlde
J. O. McCallum ft Co.
R. S. McNeill
E. McManus
Parkee, H. Y.
Police (Pay-roll)-
Prospector Pub. Oo.
Parka F. ft Co.
supply ' of water uvuiluble, and that
bis linn were willing to make all
neceBsary arrangements with tbe city
to secure the same.
It wnB moved by Aldermen Clapp
and Campbell that the Mayor and
the City Clerk be authorized to
enter an ugreement on hehnlf of tbe
Olty and Christian ft Jones with regard to the extension ot the water
system to Block 142.
It wns moved by Alderman Clapp
nml Erickson thut a charge of (20 per
day be made (or the use of ths
concrete mixer, the city to supply
one man to run the machine and a
cash deposit to he made in advance,
calculated on the ostimated number
of duys that the machine will be ln
use. The coflt of gasoline and oil to
be borne by the UHers.
On motion of Aldermen Cumpheii
and Cameron tlmt the writ secured
hy Mrs. Short against tbe city bs
referred to the City Solicitor and
City Engineer.
The city Clerk was authorized to
olitaiii ouotutiona tor a carload of
hay.
It was moved by Aldermen Camp-
hell and Clnpp that the statements
ot the cost of the cement sidewnlks,
as presented by the assistant City
Engineer oe accepted and that tbe
accounts for this same be submitted
to the property owners interested at
once for all extra work, Buch accounts to bear interest at tbe rate of
8 per cent, trom the 15th day of
November, 1912.
Council adjourned.
lain','■■'• *"     *i-' !: ■■ ■ ■ :ii:'!:.;I!::: Vwi'»i-i     i'' llll
»■ l. ,   	
PS
IT
We have hud the moving pictures
for a numbor of yearn. The next in
line will be the talking machines.
N
umbers of the men you see
and admire on  the street
for their well dressed appearance
are wearing
ft ____.'lie AMPBELLS CLOTHINGjl ____) It
■■*       VU      ••»•-■ -.teste, t. a»#     Vw.....„.	
he appointed, to consider aad rem*  P*1*"*0™ Bro---
! ,.—.at    nt     .
dy labor disputes between employers
Parrett. T. A.
and employees.
•      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The Fnir and Eihibition season is
over, and from it many Isssons have
I Printers ft Stationers
, Qiiniu   Electric   Co.
'Rutledge J. W.
I Hteam Laundry
been learned. Taken altogether, the: Wm>|) . Harrla
Improvement In the fairs generally,
hu been moBt marked. When the
looked for day arrives, and it cannot come too soon to ua from an ag
rleultural pnlnt of view, when land
values become stable, the eternal
booming and sub dividing will cease,
agriculture, hurt culture and stock
raising will then receive the attention by the many, that the few, Judging Iron, tbe various exhibits at
tb* lairs, have given those subject*.
Tb* character and quality of much
that waa displayed wa* excellent,
tnd proves that much of our province I* a vertlble garden ol
Ine* i* a veritable Garden ol Eden.
Unfortunately the serpent of today,
th* real titate fever, a* forcibly
t*mpts today, and denudes our beau-
tlful land of Its legitimate occupiers
al bhe reptile did so seductively at
tb*   beginning   of   tbe earth's *».-
Agricultural Journal.
.   *  •  .
Tb* elections in the United States
ar* over with the Democrat* In Drat
place; the Progressive party in sec-
2.40
50.40
8.00
7.75
85.35
16.8(1
817.50
340.00
201.34
95.67
1.50
12.84
3.00
250.00
15.50
1.75
41.75
64.23
6.70
4.00
7.50
24.50
380.00
12.00
887.09
2.10
it .00
39.75
2C.50
111 50
1.15
11.33
16,088.18
SEWEHAI1E
City Trans. Co.
Crnnbrook   Cart, ft Teans.
Cranbrook Hrlck Oo.
City l.lveey (MacBonaldi
McBrlde, J. D.
Parks F. ft Co.
Wnllenger, N. A.
Sewerage (Pay roll i
Wash. D. L. ft S.P
Co
S.  Co
7471
24.20
19.60
35.60
65.00
188.28
73.30
2207.50
452.55
3,140.64
City Engineer (McLlntock)        801.60
Total 69,524.82
Council udjourntd at 2.26.
Wednisday Matting
There were present Mayor Bowness
nnd Aldermen Campbell, Clapp, Erlck
son and Cameron.
Mr. Jones of Christum* Jon** br
ing   present   wns granted permission
ond   position;   with tb*  Rspuhllcan to address the council,
party gsttiug small consolation as a|    Mr. Jones then addressed the coun-
tblrd party. ! ell at some length In nv.iii'ds to ths
The election furnished mnny sur-' extension of the water system along
prise* among which la that ol th*, Kootenay si rent, that there were a
popular vote which went to the Pro-1 number of residences that were una
fready*    and    Hepubl can   nartiea^bl*  to   be rented unlets there waa a
Hard knocks at the
CJMt.
Continued from page I
a young man while transferring some
teams from one logging camp to another passed over u portion of .the
C.P.R. roan bed and was arrested
for trespass and fined hy a Magistrate in Creston. I advised the boy
not to pay the fine; he was then
threatened with imprisonment tor
contempt of Court and I was notified
that the same would be inforced
against him if the fine was not paid
forthwith. I notified the Solicitor of
the C.P.R. that if the company dared
to prosecute the boy any further
for trespass, that I would lay an information against the Chief's of the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
for trespass, the snid Company he
ing the original trespassers, hav ng
stolen the public roads, converted
them to their own use, nnd provided
people. Atter that notification the
no other roads for the use of the
persecution of the boy censed.
Although the Government has expended hugh sums of money in constructing a wagon road which parallels the C.P.R. track from Creston
to the boundary of Allien.:, the
most difficult part of the road Is unfinished (or a distance of several
miles at the point alluded to, consequently the vnst expenditure made
by the Oovermucnt has been practically nullified and made almost useless as a through road by the destruction of the old public road referred to. I shall ask the Bonrd to
Issue an order for the restoration of
tbls portion of the road forthwith.
The Company did not comply with
the- order of the Bonrd nor did it
fulfill its own promises In the mutter
ol properly fencing their line of railway In the settled districts through
which thc railway passes. In many
places where crossings should he put
In fnr the convenience nf the public,
gntea are simply erected which are
continually helng left open hy the
users, hence large numbers of cattle
get on to the r ght-of-way through
these nates, which they could uot do
it a proper crossing and cattle
guard,, were put on these crossings.
I hnve repeatedly called tbe attention of the C.P.R. officials to some
exceedingly dangerous points where
many- cattle get upon the track and
where large numbers have been killed
On one occasion the Spokane Flyer
had a narrow escape of helng wrecked, nnd on another occasion the engine of a passenger train waa thrown
ofl the track by coming ln contact
with a hull. The stretch of railway
referred to reaches from the summit
between Crnnbrook und Moyle Lake,
a pnrt ol the track helng a very
steep gradient, and It the compnny
Is not compelled tn take the precaution as ndvlKed, some duy a very serious accident likely to happen. I
shall ask the Board to Issue an order compelling the Railway Company
to attend to this mutter.
A lew year* since, the O.P.R. Oo,
started a series of tires along their
railway at points where they had not
compiled   with   the   law in clearing
The sound way in which it is
made  gives   it  the really good
appearance that appeals to business men.
Quality
the inflamable rubbish off ths right-
of-way. On one occasion I iesueil a
writ for 156,000.00 damages for loss
sustained by fires started by the
Railway Company's locomotives.
To conclusively prove the case, lt
was necessary to obtain evidence
from a group of Italians working us
section men. I summoned these men
to give evidence hut they suddenly
disappeared and I was Informed that
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company hnd kindly given these Italians
free transportation to Italy. I shall
ask the Board's opinion and advise
on this matter and whether It Ib pos
sihle for the Board to Issue an order
compelling tbe Railway Company to
produce the wltnessss referred to.
It would he very Interesting information for the public tf they could
be_intormed what its chances nrs to
obtain redress and protection from
the overbearing and autocratic actions of these mighty corporal >ns
who are generally believed to be the
real rulers of the Dominion of Canada, having power to obtain untold
mill ons ot capital from investors ln
nil parts of ehe world owing principally to the fact that they enjoy the
prestige of helng the real and only
rulers of Canada by virtue of the lllty lucre they control.
Whilst we flatter ourselves that we
are far superior to our Cousins In
the South in the mutter of prote-t-
ing the Interests ot the people
against sharks and manipulators
controlling monopolies, trust, corpor
ations, combines nnd other parasitical concerns, It Ib about time that
we pause to consider whether we are
Infilled to assume with arrogance
our right tn claim superiority over
nur Cousins. Pur Judicial system
has so far proved Its Inferiority even
to the one condemned by us ns practised in the United States. The
sooner the true facts are indelibly
Impressed upon the minds of the people in this great Dominion the snonsr
will we obtain redress lor the gross
wrongs perpetrated upon the tollere
nnd Che producers solely for the bene
fit of the huge corporations who today appear tn rule In every department.
The people of Canada have to pay
huge sums to provide the interest
nnd dividends on the terrible amount
of wntered stocks which are approprl
nted hy the manipulators of the
stocks and shares with which they
gull the European public. Thore will
have to be an end to this kind of
deception which hns so far placed
some men of medlorre ability In a
position of eminence tn which they
nro not entitled by their work nnr
their ability, they havini: simply obtained that eitrnordliiary eminence
by virtue of the wonderful amount of
gall they possess.
I am forwarding copies ol the foregoing to tho Railway Company and
to the Press so that the Railway
Company cannot plead that they
have not bad due notice, which tbey
did on the Inst occasion when I prevented  matters   of great importance
to your board for consideration.
Yours very truly,
A. E. WATTS
I Free!
Corporation of the City
of Cranbrook
COURT OF REVISION
PUBLIC     NOTICE     IS    HEREBY i
OIVEN   that   the Court of Revision ,
for the purpose of correcting and re-
vising the voters' list of the City of |
Cranbrook, and to determine any application   to strike out the name of
any person which tins heen impro-ier.
ly    placed   thereon,   and tn place on
such list the name nl any person improperly omitted from such list, will
Hit   on   the   10th    day    of December.
1912, at   thehour   of 11 o'clock a.m.
(local   time)    in   tbe Council Chambers In tho City of Cranbrook.
T. M.  ROBERTS,
46-3t C.M.C.
Fine Engraving !
in Sepia of the ■
Borden Cabinet for Readers
I   of  the   "News-Advertiser.'
E* Vi.ltYONE wants a picture ol the members of the Oovern-
' ment nf Canada. The "News Advertiser" has had prepared
for the exclusive use of its renders in this proviuce a large en-
graved Pluie of Rt. lion. R. L. Burden nml his Ministers.
The group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the
eighteen MiniBt-re, who compose the ndvisers of Ins Royal Highness the ('ovcrnor-tieneral. it Is printed In sepia on heavy
board ready for framing, and will be of the greatest .durational
value in the home, the school and the library.
The Prime Miii.st.-r, HON'. R. L. BORDEN, occupies a central position, and Is shown standing at the bead of the council
table.     Seated about him are his colleagues.
Dimly in tip background the features of Sir John Macdonald
look   down upon his suce,Biors.
Methodist Church
Rsv
Pastor—
W, Bison Dunham
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Evening Service 7.30 p.m.
Pipe organ and vocal selections at
every service.    All are Welcome.
Baptist Church
Pastor:—
Rev. 0. E.  KENDALL
Morning worship, IIIHI o'clock.
The topic ot the morning meditations will  be ■'Freedom  Indeed".
Evening Worship 7:30 o'clock.
In the evening the discourse will he
on the topic "R vera of Living Waler." The privilege* of our sanctuary are cordially extended tn all.
The momhers mid friends nf the In-,
eal Raptlat church assembled Wednee-
dny   evening   In    the church fnr the
purpose   nf   celebrating    the    recent
discharge nf all linanrlal obligations
rest ng   upon   thnt body.    For soms
weeks a quiet canvas ol the coiistlt
uency   has   hecnl conducted with the
above results.    'I'he evening  was giv
en   over   to good fellowship, a short
literary   and    mtiHlcal    program was
provided, and refreshments were served to n happy company.
Presbyterian Church
Pastor-
Rev.  W.  Kelmun Thomson
Morning  Service nl. II   A,   M
Mnrnlng   subject-''Temptation.''
Sunday   School  and   II,ble I'lane at
:: p.m.
Kvenlng Service at 7:3(1 p.m.
Evening subject—''Tlmelessness.''
Catholic Church
Sundays l/iw mans at 3:30 a.m.,
high mass, 10:90 a.m., Sunday school
from 2 to 3 p.m., Rosary and Bene-
llctlon at 7:30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days of obllga
tlon—Muss at 8 a.m.
Week days—Mass at   t, a.m. at ths
hospital.
P.Plamondon, C.M.I
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prepared, will be sent
FREE OF CHARGE
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•jcriptiour. (or one year ($3.00).
For out ot tii.vn nubBcribari the picture will be laired ami
I>ohUk« preimill.
Non-HUbacriberu niny obtain copieM nn payment of 50 .••nt*.
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Applications mid remittance*. (chaIi mimt accompttny orderi
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Canadian Pacific Railway
ANNUAL   EASTERN
EXCURSIONS     ::       ::
Cranbrook to Toronto and Return $72.IS
Cranhrook to Montreal and Return S>77.1'5
Corresponding low rates to point* in Ontario, Quebec ami Maratim* pre
res.
Tickets on  Sale December  1st to 31st.. Inclusive
ilood to return within three months.
LIBERAL    KXTKNStON    PRIVILKOKS
Tickets issued In connection with Trans-Atlantic   tripe   on sale Nov. Tt
io [im-. Slat., Ini-lnslve. and limited to Ove   months   from  date  of lastu
with privilege* <>: eitenslon.
Finest hVilllpment, st ndiird and Tourist Sleeping   l'nrs.    Dining Car* a
all through trains,   Oompnrtmflnt-Llbrnry (ihservntion ('are on
"IMPERIAL LlMtTBD" and "TOItONTO EXPRESS''
Special llirongh Tourist  Car Servlre In connection wltll these Hicursloa
Kor dates of departure and rs.erviiljinns apply to Local Agent
TICKETS    via  ALL TRANS ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP UNHH
For Tickets and further Information of the above apply to
J. VV, Spence, ticket -went, Cranbrook; <«*
R. G. Mi-Neillif, ilistrict passenger a-icnt. Calgary, Alta.
Advertise  in  "Prospector' THE  PROSPECTOR,  CRANBROOK,   B. C.
naa*»1(aaMtaHHaMaBai.*-**K*as-s*a*a*BnMaaaa*B-MaBa^
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TO THE B I ti SALE AND GET ^
VOUR SHARE Of THE BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER
KNOWN IN BOOTS AND SHOES AND RUBBERS POR
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. MEN'S FURNISHINGS
UNDERWEAR, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, MITTS, SWEAT
TEHS, SHIRTS, TROUSERS. BLANKETS, MACKINAW
COATS    AND   PANTS. HOSIERY   FOR   MEN.    WOMEN
AND  CHILDREN
D
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I KNOW OF NO BETTER WAY IN FURTHERANCE OF MY
CONTEMPLATED PLANS FOR THE FUTURE TO CONVEY MY SINCERE APPRECIATION TO THOSE WHOSE
PATRONAGE I HAVE ENJOYED SINCE THE BEGINS
INC, OF MY BUSINESS, AND TO MY FELLOW TOWNS
MEN WHOSE MORAL SUPPORT I HAVE ALWAYS
LOOKED UPON AS A VALUABLE ASSET, THAN TO PRE
SENT EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU WITH AN
OPPORTUNITY UNPARALLED IN THE HISTORY OF
MERCHANDISING IN CRANBROOK TO SECURE YOUR
COLD WEATHER AND ALL-THE-YEAR ROUND NEEDS
/T GENUINE SAVING, THAT IN THE AGGREGATE
MEANS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS CUT FROM PROFITS
Look For The
BIG   RED   FRONT
CLOSING
OUR   ENTIRE   STOCK   OF   READY-TO-WEAR   CLOTHING
AND  MENS  FURNISHINGS   FOR   GOOD. WE    WANT
THE  STORE CLEAR OF THESE  LINES BY THB FIRST
OF    TIIE    YEAR.       TIME    AND    SPACE    FORBID    THE
MENTIONING OF  A   LONG   LIST OF  PRICES
EVERYTHING    IN    THE    ENTIRE    STOCK    GREATLY
REDUCED.        NOTHING  HELD BACK.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO REDUCE YOUR LIVING
EXPENSES. ITS UP TO YOU TO QUIT PAYING BIG
PRICES REMEMBER - THE DOLLAR IS YOUR BEST
FRIEND. YOU'LL SPEND YOUR MONEY WISELY IF
YOU SPEND IT AT THIS SALE. IN FACT, YOUR
MONEY WILL WORK OVERTIME FOR YOU AT THIS
SALE
Mercantile Evert!
NO MERCY WILL BE SHOWN IN CUTTING PRICES.
THE ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE PLACED ON SALE ALL
FORMER SELLING RECORDS WILL BE OUT-CLASSED
ALL CONSIDERATIONS OF VALUE AND COST WILL BE
IGNORED. MERE     WORDS     AND    PRICK     FIGURES
WOULD GIVE YOU BUT A SLIGHT IDEA OF THB
MAGNITUDE AND SCOPE OF THE ECONOMICAL IMPORTANCE OF THE SALE TO ALL THOSE WHO WEAR
BOOTS, SHOES. STOCKINGS, SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR.
BWBATTBRS, HATS, CAPS. GLOVES, RUBBERS,
BLANKETS    AND    MAOKINAWS TRUNKS.    VALISES
AND    SUITCASES,    WILL   SHARK   THE    SAME    FATE
NOTHING    WILL   ESCAPE   THE   KNIFE   DURING    THE
WHOLESALE AND RECKLESS PRICE-CU'ITING EVENT
SELL THE GOODS"   IS TIIE ADVISE THAT MUST  BE
OBEYED 0 D T     V 0 U II     s 11 A It B.
Railroad Fair Paid
To   Cranbrook   and   Home   Again.    If
You Trade $20.00 or over,    lt will pay
•you to come many a mile, if need be, to
attend this Gigantic Winding L'p Sale.
A
SALE
Absolutely
Without
Parallel
Excellence of Quality
and
Lowness of Prices
These are the patent
factors that will make this
occasion one that will live
long in the pleasant memories of the people of
Cranbrook and Vicinity.
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Furnishings,
To be offered to the Public at the lowest cut-slash
Cost and Profits will be forgotten.      The sole obje
Entire Stock of Ready-to-wear Clothing and Men's Furnishings.
Boot and Shoe Store.   Everything in hand new and up-to-date, and
coming as it does at this time of the year will make it an easy m
Boots and Shoes, at prices that will make buyii
and continues with vim and vigo
Terms-Strictly Cash
Positively No Goods Sold
on   Credit   or  Approval.
The FIRST FIVE WOMEN
entering the store Saturday
Morning will be presented with
a pair of Cloth or Felt House
Slippers.—Be on hand EARLY
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the
Big
Red Front
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Railroad Fare Paid
To Cranbrook and Home Again, lf
You Trade $20.00 or over. It will pay
you to come many a mile, if need be, to
attend this Gigantic Winding Up Sale.
loots & Shoes
ps ever witnessed in the annals of Merchandising.
If this Sale is to raise money quick and clear out  our
hr this Sale is completed this store will be conducted as an exclusive
lities are the Best that can be procured. The WINDING-UP SALE
[for all to supply themselves with Winter Clothing, Men's Furnishings,
pleasure for all those who grasp the opportunity.
IT HV. I IT I IK
feil the STOCK is CLOSED OUT.
Hurry
Out!
Is the Mighty
Slogan of this
Great Sale
Crowded with Splendid
Money Saving Opportunities
Thousands of Dollars
Worth of Merchandise to
be Hurried Out.
No Shams,   No Dissap-
poi n tin ents
Bargains
and Nothing hut Bargains
for
All
To the FIRST FIVE MEN
entering the Store Saturday
Morning will be presented with
a pair of House Slippers.—
BE ONE   OF THE  FIRST
Terms--Strictly Cash
Positively No Goods Sold
on   Credit  or  Approval.
Look For
the
Big
Red Front
UK ONE OF THK FIRST AT THK DOOR ON THE
OPBN1NO DAY. KXTHA SPECIAL BARGAINS IN INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THOSE COMING KARI.Y.
DON'T WAIT. BUT HURRY AND GET IN AHEAD OF
THB  CROWDS  AND  HAVE FIRST  CHOICE,
Remen ber the Opening Day
The Time—The Place
IN ORDER THAT THK P.NTIRK TIME AND ATTENTION
(IF MYSELF AND ASSOCIATES MAY HE DKVDTBD KX
CLUBIVBLY TO STILL FURTHER  THK  POPULARISING
OF PYE'S  BOOTS   AND  SHOES,  THIS   STORE  WILL ON
•
COMPLETION OF THE SALE, UK CONDUCTED AS AN
EXCLUSIVE STORE FOR HOOTS AND SHOES, TRUNKS,
AND VALI8KS, AND CUSTOM TAILORING.
WHICH FOR QUALITY, DEPENDABILITY, STYLE AND
VALUE, WILL BE ON A PAR WITH THK REPUTATION
OF THIS STORE, WHICH IS SO WELL KNOWN TO
EVERY    MAN,    WOMAN,    AND   CHILD  IN  CRANBROOK.
wms—m rmh
Look For The
BIG   RED   SIGNS
QUALITY I
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THE HIGH CHARACTER OF MKRCHAND1SE HANDLED
AT THIS STORE MAKES IT UNNECESSARY TO DWELL
AT LENGTH ON THE SUBJECT. SUFFICE TO STATE
THAT OUR ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION
WILL GO WITH EVERY PURCHASE. THK SQUARE
DEAL POLICY HAS BUILT UP OUR REPUTATION KOR
THIS STORE, WHILE OUR PRICES WILL BE THK
VERY LOWEST, YOU WILL FIND THE QUALITY THERE
IN KVERY INSTANCE. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT
WE HAVE NO OLI) OR SHOP WORN GOODS TO SELL.
AS EVERYTHING IN THE STORE IS CLEAN, FRESH,
AND DESIRABLE. ANY STORK CAN SELL TRASH
AT LOW PRICES, BUT WE HAVE NONE TO OFFER AT
ANY PRICB. IF YOU WANT THK BEST FOOTWEAR
AND FURNISHINGS AT LESS THAN INFERIOR GOODS
WOULD COST ELSEWHERE, THEN YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE WONDERFUL POSSIBILITIES FOR REAL
ECONOMY OFFERED AT THIS SALE
HUM ILK
OIIR BARGAIN TABLES WILL BE LOADED WITH HUNDREDS OF I'AIBS OF MEN'S, WOMKNS' AND CHILDREN
BOOTS.        MEN'S        FURNISHINGS. EVERYTHING
MARKED ON   A  RED TICKET TO  MAKE  THK  BUYING
KAST AND E\SY        RKMKUIIRR THIS WILL POSITIVE-
|,Y   RE   YOUR   LAST   CHANCE   TO   BUY    SUCH   MER
CIIANIIINK AT THIC PRICKS.
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Have You Ever
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Fit-Reform ?
Ever tried on a
Pit-Reform Suit or
Overcoat ?
liver examined the
quality of the fabrics
and trimmings ?
liver noted Fit-
Reform values ?
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almosl certain that
you now wear 1* it-
Reform Clothing.
If you have not, you
are missing something. Come in now
and investigate Fit-
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| FIT- .,
\i REFORM^
Report of Rev. Felix Beck
Principle of the Kootenay Inductrial School, St.
Eugene Mission, for the year ending
March 21st, 1912
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McCREERY BROS.
Crnnhrook. B. C.
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AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
CRANBROOK-WASA
Automobile   will   be  run   weekly   on
TUESDAYS
between Cranbrook and Wasa con
ii.-i ting witli incoming and outgoing
trains. Good PasBengei Accomodation.
N. Hanson
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Advertising in The
"Prospector" brings returns
Accommodation. —The beautiful,
iieu building will provide accomnio-'
datloiia for 80 children tind h staff uf j
ll member...
The parents are so Anxious to have !
their   children    attend   school,!  that!
several on applying hud to be refused
owing   to   the   want   of room In the
old buildings.
Attendance.—Although the grant
allowed is for only 60 children, there
wuh an average attendance of 70.
With permission of the Department
ten of the juipii-* were discharged und
ten Others admitted,
Oloss-rooni Work.—The School
hours for the boys are from 8.30 to
11.16 u.m., witn a half un hour of
titudy in the evening and another
bulf hour in the murning before
Bchool,
The   aeliool   hour for the girls ure
fn.m   i t"   ^   p.m.,   w tb  un bours
! Htudy in the evening
The programme ol studies autbor-
| ucd by the department tins been
1 rliisely followed.
I The subjects tnllght were reading,
writing, spelling, graimiiri, history,
arithmetic, geography, hygiene, cute
CblStn,   bible-history,   mid  BXerClMB   i"
calisthenics.
'I'he children are attentive, apply
themselves and tbey have made satis
factory progress.
Lessons were given In music, both
vocal and Instrumental. Tbe boyB.'
brass band and the girls' string band
are both under the training of It.
w Russell of Oranbrook. They such
receive a two hours lesson every
week, and the selection rendered on
several different ocoaslons speak to
their credit,
Thn children are classified an follows -
Pupils
Standard f     16
II   11
III   13
IV       17
V      4
Total   60
Karm und Garden. - There are .10
seres in Connection with this institution, besides which  Hm acres belong
ing to the Sisters of Charity are cultivated, In order to give the boys a
thorough training In farming. The
tlrst piece is partly laid out in an
orchard which was bo laden with
fruit lust year that many of tbe
branches had to he propped up to
prevent them breaking,
There is also a garden which produced an abundant supply of vegetables for kitchen use and for stock.
Industries Taught.— Under the supervision of the foreman, the boyB received instruction in fanning, gar Ion
iug, carpentering, curing for the cuttle, in fact everything renulsite to
keep a farm iu good order and in
good condition.
They are trained in the art of seed
ing, cultivating slid harvesting by
the use af the different kinds of agricultural implements.
They learn to put in practice lessons taught thom in carpentry, by
keeping the fences, walks, and outbuildings in repair.
Home have learned shoe making
and mend all the children's shoes
and also the harness used on the
fnrm.
The girls are trained lu all kinds
of work that appertains to good
house-keeping, such as laundryiug,
house-cleaning, cooking, baking,
dairying and sewing. They make
and mend all their clothes. Rome
are quite proficient In dressmaking.
The children take a great Interest ln
their work.
Moral and Religious Training—
I'.ach day the children assist at Holy
Mass and say their morning prayers
in common, on Sundays and Holy!
days they attend the public services
In the church.
Principles which lend them to love
and respect Qod and those u, author
Ity are impressed upon them dully
and on Thursdays they are particularly Instructed by tho principle him-1
self.
The children are constantly Hiiper j
vised by ono oi oilier of the innm-1
hers of the staff and they observe,
the rules well,
Health and Sanitation.-The children's health bus been good; the only
| exception having been a few ensen ot
I chicken-pox, which were very light.
j    They enjoy  plenty  of open uir ex-
; erctse     and    have     sufficient,    well-'
, cooked, substantial food.
j    The   ventilation is fairly good and I
| the premises well kept.
The   refuse   wuter is carried ofl by )
I means   of   the   sewerage   system and
disinfeottantB   ure used wherever nee-
I essury.
Recretion.—AU games suitable to
the age and Bex of the children are
enjoyed liy them, those varying with
the seasons of the year. The boys
take great pleasure In skating, coast
ing, hookey, horseback riding, base
ball, football, marble-play Dig and
hunting and llshing. The latter tbey
tind very plentiful in St. Mary's river, aud game ih also plentiful in the
vicinity.
The girls aUlUBO themselves by skat
Ing, coasting, skipping, swinging,
playing tag and such games. They
while away the wintei evenings by
round games, story books,  must.- and
singing
K\ pupils Nearlv all of the ei
pupils are living un tbe reserve.
Some ol tbem are married ami keep
themselves and their homes in good
order, everything neat ami dean.
Those who are not married are living at home with their parents. A-
moug the former, those who have
children old enough to attend school
show their appreciation oi education
by placing their children iu school
as soon as they have reached the
proper age.
General Remarks, l cannot close
this report without expressing my up
preclation and heartfelt gratitude to
the officers of the department, for
having done so much towards obtaining for us the erection of the
new building which ls so badly needed. Many more children can he taken and conveniently cared for; the
results from whom are very promising, as the second generation who
nre much brighter than the first, are
beginn ng to come to the school. I
also tender my sincere thanks to Inspector Green aud Agent Unlbraith,
who have both taken such a deep Interest in the welfare of our institution and rendered valuable assist-
tance by their kind encouragement
during their regular visits.
In the closing remarks of his report to the i'lepartment of Indian Affairs, Indian Agent It. L, T. Gal-
braith says:—
The ex-pupils of the Kootenay industrial school continue to do excellent work amongst the different
bands in the agency. The industrious habits tbat they acquired at
school are having a good effect
amongst their people, and I note
with satisfaction the intelligent way
In which they carry out and complete
what they undertake, and with very
few exceptions they show a good example to the Indians as to temperance and morality.
A word to Fruit Growers
Questions relating to the growing
and the marketing of fruit appear to
be the order of tbe day just now. In
view of this the following letter from
Mr. C. W. Baxter, chief fruit inspector for the Dominion government for
the prairie provinces, addressed to
Mr. R- G. Clark, who holds a similar position in British Columbia,
will be read with interest.
Mr. Baxter says:
"I am pleased to see tbat, generally speaking, fruit, especially apples, from British Columbia has
heen coming In fair, nnd holds flrst
place In comparison with its competitors across the boundary. We
lind that aome British Columbia
shippers are sending boxes of apples
in violation of section 320 B.
There appears to he thc word "cooking,' and no variety. I am sending
letters of warning iu these cases,
and, if It continues, tbey will he followed by persecution. While tbls
may appear on the face a minor offence, you will appreciate tho serious
ness of this when I state that I havo
found 'Russets' and 'Ben Davis' in
boxes marked 'cooking' conaeu.ueutly
a great disappointment to the consumer.
"It Is gratillng to know that, generally Speaking) Hritisb Columbia
fruit, especially apples, have heen ar
riving on the prnlrle markets In fair
ly good condition as regards pack*
Ing, etc., hut It is to be regretted
thut, according bo the same authority, there are men engaged in fruitgrowing lu British Columbia, so unprincipled and with ho little regard
for thc future of the Industry In
which they are engaged, that they do
not hesitate to try to llim-ffam, If
the expression may he pardoned, the
consumers un the pra rle. Anything
that Havors of sharp practice In tho
packing and marketing of fruit
should he frowned upon by every per
Hon who has the slightest interest In
the fruit growing Industry of British
Oolumbla. What British Columbia
fruit growers must do If they aro to
secure ami hold the prairie markets,
is to send forward nothing hut tho
very best fruit and thereby compete
with tholr American and Ontario rivals from a uuallty stand-point.
Good fruit, properly packed and Intelligently marketed, will soil and
bring Its prlco on tbe prairies.
This is the leason that each and
every fruit --rower in British Columbia should lenrn and should ..eep t n
stantly hefore bim.
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Tar Paper     Building Paper
Comfort Felt
Ready    Roofing
SKATES IN ALL LEADING LINES
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THE  PROSPECTOR,  CHAN BROOK,   B. C.
Our Columns are The Best for
"The Advertiser"
The "Prospector" is read all over the Kootenays
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CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlct ol Bant Kootenay
TAKK    NOTICE    that    I,    John
L»url«,   ol   Cranbrook,   B.C., Intend
to apply for the purchase of the foi- ;
lowing described lands.     Commencing at a post planted at the South-J
eaat corner of Lot 6620 thence north
80   chains,    thence    west 80   chains, ;
thence south .74.89 chains, thence east '
11.25 chains, theuce south S.18 chains
thence east G8.75 chains to point ot
commencement.
JOHN LAURIE,
Locator.
Dated October 28, 1912. 4S-.t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict of Eaat Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE that I, I. R. Boyd,
of Calgary, Alberta, intend to apply
for the purchase of the following
described lands commencing at a
post planted at the east corner ot
lot 16211, thence running west 68.75
chains, thence south SI.80 chains,
thence eaat 68.75 chnins, thence north
54.80 chains, to the point of commencement.
I. R. BOYD,  Locator
J. Laurie, Agent
Dated October 28, 1912. 45-9t
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Sectiou 41)
NOTICE Is hereby given that, on
the tlrst day of December next, application will lie made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as tbe Central Hotel, situate at
Marysville, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated thla 16th day of October,
1912.
PAUL HANDLEY.
42-4t Applicant.
LiqUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the flrst day of December next, application wilt be made to tbe Super-
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
tbe lirst day of December next, application will be made to bhe Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-
nuwal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail ln the lintel known
aB the Kootenay Hotel, situate at
the Town ol Moylo, lu the Province
of British Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October,
1912.
W. J. BREMNBR,
42-4t Applicant
Kor
WATER NOTICE
liceuce to take and use water
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
on
NOTICE    is hereby given that,
the   first   day of December next, ap-
,   „„ ,...„ „..,.„.    plication will 'he made to tiie Superintendent of Provincial Police tor re-  intendent of Provinclnl Police lor re-
| newal   of   the   hotel   license to sell
retnil in the hotel  known
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE that I, Rev.
Schrog, of Oalgary, Alberta, Intend
to apply lor the purchase of the following described lands. Commencing at A post planted at the northwest corner ot lot 339, thence west
80 chains, thence south 58 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains, thence north
68 chains to the point ot commencement.
REV. SCHROG, locator
J. Laurie, Agent
Dated October 28, 1912. 45-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlct of Eaat Kootenay
TAKK NOTICE that I, H. O. Dlo.v
ot Calgary, Alberta, Intend to apply
for the purchase ot the lollowlng
described lands commencing at a post
planted at the southeast corner ot
Lot 6624, thence running north 40
chains, thence west 160 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence east
160 chains to the point of commencement.
H. G. BLOW, locator
J. Laurie, Agent
Dated October 28, 1912. 45-9t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay
TAKR NOTICE that I, William
Mulholland, ol Oalgary, Alberta, Intend to apply for the purchase ot
tba following described lands commencing "at a post planted at the
southwest corner of lot 6623, thence
eaat 125.67 chains, thence uorth 80
chains, thence west 58 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence weat 16.82
chains, thence south 145 chains,
thence west 50.76 chains thence
south 15 chains to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM MULHOLLAND
' Locator.
J. Laurie, Anent
Dated October 28, 1912. 45-9t
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict ot East Kootenay
TAKK NOTICB that I, 8. J. Mc
Karlane. ol Crnnhrook, B.C., occupation married woman, intends ta
apply to the coininliialoner ol lands
and works for permission to purchase 140 acres ot Innd, bounded aa
follows:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains watt ol the Northwest curlier
of IML No. 1119 tbenca Kaat 70
cbalna, tbence North 20 chains,
tbence West 70 chains, thence South
M chains to point ot commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1912
Sadie Jane McFarlane
IMt' W. B. MrKnrlnna, Agent
newal ot the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Perry Creek Hotel, situate at
Perry Creek, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated   this   16th   day of October,
1912.
ARTHUR BURGE,
42-4t Applicant.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Leask & Johnson ot Blko, B.C., will
apply   for a license to take und use
one inch of water out of Blko Spring
The   water  will be diverted at Elko
and   will be used lor Industrial purposes   on   the land described as Lot
321.
|    This   notice    was   posted   on    the
ground   on the- lltli day of October,
I 1912.     The   application will be tiled
in   the   oltlce ot the Wuter Recorder
I at Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections mny be liled with said
Water Recorder or the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
LEASK &  JOHNSON
Applicant.
Thos. W. Leask
42-5t Agent,
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Southeast Kootenay
TAKE notice that I. John Robertson, of Kingsgate, B.C., occupation
farmer, intend to apply for permission to lease the following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post plunted at
the southeast corner nf P.R. 1275;
thence east, to L10199; thenco north
80 chains; thence west 80 ohnina;
thence south to P.R. 1279; thence
east to the northenst corner ot P.R,
1279; thence south to the point ol
commencement.
JOHN  HIlBKHTSOS
f Name of  Applicant
Dnto September 23rd, 1912. 40-9t
CRANBROOK   LAND    DISTRICT
District of Southeast Kootenay
TAKB notice that Jessie A Walllnger, ot Cranbrook, occupation mar-
lied woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tiie following
described lands —
Commencing at a poat planted 40
chuins north ot the southeast corner
of Lot 9970, thence east 40 chnins,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
10 chains, theace north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
JESSIE A.   WAI,LINGER
Name of  Applicant
Date  September  llth.1912 40-9t
COAL AND fBTROLBUM SOTK'l...
Notice is heieuj yiven that 60 days
alter date I intend lu apply lo the
Minister ol Lands (or a licence to
prospect for coal nud petroleum ovei
the following lands situate in tin
District ol Southeast Kootenay, Bi'li
ish Columbia, in Lot 4693:
Commencing at a post plauted ai
or neur one mile due South of tin
Northeast corner ol l.ot .S.'tS.,, ana
being tiie Northwest cornet post i
(leorge Wykes' claim; thence South
SU cliuins; theuce Kast .0 chuins,
thence North nu chains; theuce Wcsl
nu chains to the point ui commencement, making 6io acres, nioro or less.
Located this 'i'irti day oi July, l'JU
OKIIHdl!:   WYKKS,Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agenl
37-9t Wm.  li.  Brown, Witness
liquor by
as the Moyie Hotel, situate at Moyie
in the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October
1912.
PHILIP F. JOHNSTON,
42-It Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
tbe first day of December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor  by retail in the hotel known
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
tbe first day of December next, application will be made to the Super-!
intendent of Provincial Police tor re-
newal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as   the   Imperial  Hotel,   situate  at
tht International Hotel, situate  Port Steele, in the Province of Brit- j
Moyie,    in the Province of Brit-1 ish Columbia.
at
Ish Columbia.
Dated   this   16th    day ol October,
1912.
MICHAEL  J.  BONNER,
42-4t Applicants
Dated
1912.
LIQUOR AOT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail In the hotel known
aa the Windsor Hotel, situate at
Cort Steele, in the Province ot British Columbia.
Dated   this   16th
1912.
H.  S.  MATHER,
Applicant
this   16th   day of October
B. W. WERDEN,
Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provinclnl Police for renewal ot the hotel license to sell
liquor by retnil In the hotel known
as the Wycllfle Hotel, situate at
Wycllfle, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dnted   this   ICth   day of October
WATER NOTICK
For a licence to take and use water
NOTICB IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
Leask & Johnson of Blko, B.C., will
apply for a license to take and use
one inch of water out ol Klko River
which flows in a southerly direction
through Kast Kootenay and empties
Into Kootenay River. The water
will be diverted at Klko, and will be
used for industrial purposes ou the
land described ns Lot 321.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the Mth**day ol October,
1912. The application will be filed
in the office ot the Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections mny be filed with said
Water Recorder or the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
LEASK &  JOHNSON
Applicant.
Thos. W. Leask
42-5t Agent.
day of October i 1912.
42-4t
42-4t
HARRY EDWARD8
Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICB is hereby given that, on
the first day ol December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police tor renewal ot the hotel license to sellj
liquor by retail In the hotel known;
as the International Hotel, situate
at Kingsgate, in the Province of
British Columbia.
Dated   this   16th    day of Octoher,
1912.
GKOROE P. LONOPRE,
42-4t
Applicants
LIQUOR AOT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE Is hereby given that, on
the flrst dny of December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provinclnl Police for renewal of the hotel license to aell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Central Hotel, situate at
Moyle, In the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October
1912.
V. DBSAULNIBRS
42-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICK    Ib hereby given that, on
the   first   day of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for re-1
newal   of   the   hotel   llcenso to aell
liquor   hy retull In the hotel known \
as the North Star Hotel, Bltuate at
Klmherley,   In the Province of Brit |
ish Columhla.
Dated   this    16th    day ot October
1912.
H. W. DREW,
42-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR AOT. 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICB is hereby given that, on
the lirst day of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police tor renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retnil in the hotel known
ns the Wnsa Hotel, situate at Wasa,
In the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this 16th dny of October,
1912.    '
N. HANSON,
42-4t Applicant.
LIQUOR LICBNSB AOT,
(Hectlon 181
1910
WATBR NOTIOB
For a llcenae to take and uaa water.
NOTIOB IS HBRKBY OIVBN that
Francea Blake of Waaa, B.C., will
apply lor a license to take and uae
100 acre feet of water out of Skookumchuck creek, which flows In
Baaterly direction through 6616 and
emptlea Into Kootenay near Waaa
The water will be diverted at t mile
upstream from foot bridge on the
Bkookumchtick-Oranbrook road and
will be used for Irrigation purpoeee
on the land deecrlbed ae 6616.
Thle notice was poated on tha
ground on tbe 1st day ot November,
1911. The application will be, Med
In the office ot the Water Recorder at
Cranbrook.
Objections   may   lie   tiled with the
aald   Water   Recorder   or   wltb tba
Comptroller of Water Rlghta, Parliament Bulldlnga, Victoria, B.C.
Francea Blake,
Applicant.
by J. A. Arnold, ****
4Mt. ■*•*»*•
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTIOB Is hereby given that, on
the flrst dny of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel llcenae to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
aa the Falls Vlow Hotel, situate nt
Marysville, In the Province of Brlt-
tish Columbia.
Dated this 16th day of October,
1912.
COLBURN ft RUBICHAUDI
42-4t Applicant, i
NOTICK Is hereby given thnt, on
the tlrst day of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of Provinclnl Police lor renewal of the license to sell liquor by
wholesale In and upon the premises
known as the Moyle Brewery, situate
at Moyle, upon the IiiiuIb described
as Lota 4 nnd 5, Block 1 town of
Moyie, In the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this ll'.th day of October,
1912.
MUHLLBR ft HESS,
42 4t Applicants
LIQUOR LICENSE* ACT
(flection I8|
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE Is hereby given that, on
the flrst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police lor renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retnil in tbo hotel known
aa the Yahk Hotel, situate at Ynhk,
ln the Province ot British Columbia. I Ornnbrook, 11. 0.
Dated   this    16th    day ol October, j    Hated   this    IMth
1912. 1»12-
RILEY ft LARSON A. C
Applicant.   42-4t
NOTICK Is horoby given that, on
the Ilrst dny of llociiiber next, up
plication will be made to the Super
Intendent ol Provincial Police tor the
renewal ot n license for the nnle ot
liquor by wholesale In and upon the
premises known as my store, situate
nl Cranbrook upon the lands ilex
crllied    as  Lot  II,  Hlock  93,  Clly  of
day nl October,
llliWNKSH,
Applicant.
For
WATBR NOTICE
licence to take and use water
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Alex. Herbert Smith of Bonners Ferry Ranch, Gateway, B.C., will opply
for a license to take and use 300
Inches (all) of water out of a spring
which flows In a southerly direction
through lot 328 and empties Into
Llnklater Creek on snme lot. The
water will be diverted at the said
spring and will be used for domestic
and irrigation purposes on the land
described aa sub-lots 11 and 12. part
ot lot 328.
This notice wus posted on the
ground on the 7th day of October,
1912. The application will be Bled
tn the ofllce ot tbe Water Recorder
at Cranbrook, B.C.
Objections may be filed with said
Water Recorder or the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Build
ings, Victoria, B.C.
ALEX. H.  SMITH
42-5t Applicant
WATBR NOTICE
For a licence to take and use water
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thut
Alei. Herbert Smith of Bonners Ferry Ranch, Gateway, B.C., will apply
for a license to take and use
4 cubic feet of water out of Llnklater Creek, which flows in a southerly
direction through Lot 328 nnd empties Into Kootenay River near International Boundury. The water will
be diverted at the-north side ot sub-
lot II ol, Lot 328 and will he used
for irrigntion purposes on the land
described ns sub-lot 11 of Lot 328.
Tbls' notice was posted on the
ground on the 7th day ol Octoher,
1912. The application will he filed
at Cranbrook, II.C.
Objections may be tiled with said
Wnter Recorder or the Comptroller
ol Water RlghtB, Parliament Build
ings, Victoria, ll,c.
' ALEX, H. SMITH
42-5t Applicant.
WATBR NOTICK
For a licence to take and use water
NOTICB IS HBRBBY OIVBN that
Alex. Herbert Smith nl Banners Ferry Ranch, Gateway, B.O., will apply
for a license to take and use
one cubic foot ot water, out of Link
laser Oreek, which flows in u souther
ly direction through Lot 328, nnd
empties Into Kootenay River near
International Boundary, The water
will bo diverted ut about 10011 teet
west of the west boundary of sub-lot
8 and will be used tor Irrigntion purposed on tbe land
acres ol huIi lot ,8.
WATER NOTICK
Kor u licence to take and use water
NOTICE is hereby given that Alei
Herbert Smith, of BonnerB Ferry
Ranch, Gateway, B.C., will apply
for a license to take .'.nd ase one and
three-quarters (If) cubic feet of water per second out ot Linklater creek
which Hows in a southerly direction
through lots 326 and 328 and empties
into Kootenay river near International Boundary. The wnter will be
diverted at HOO feet In a westerly
direction from the north-west corner
ol Sub-lot 13 of lot 326 will be used
for Irrigntion purposes on the land
described as sub-lot 4 of lot 326.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 18th day ot October
1912. Tbe application will be tiled
In the ofllce of the Water Recorder
nt Crnnbrook, B. C.
Objections may be llled with the
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller ol Water Rights, Parliament Buildings. Vlctorm. B.C.
ALEX H. SMITH
■14 5t Applicant.
WATER    NOTICE
For a licence to tnke nntl use water.
NOTICE Is hereby given that
H. W. Drew of Kimlier'.ey, B.C.,
will apply for a licence to take and
use one cubic * foot per second of
water out of Kimherley Creek, whlcb
flows in a south easterly direction
through Kimherley townsite and empties into Sullivan Creek near and
enst of Block I. The wnter will be
diverted nt n dam on Sullivan Hill
nnd will be used for Domestic purposes on the land described as Lots
12 ft 13, Block 6. Klrnlie ley t iwnalte
This notice was poflted on the
ground on the 4th day of November
1912. The application will be filed
in the otlice of the Wnter Recorder,at
Cranhrook, B.C.,
Objections mny be filed with the
snid Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victorin, B.C.
HARRY WKBSTKR DREW
45-9t Applicant
WATBR    NOTICE
For a licenco to take nnd use water.
NOTICE Ib hereby given that
Mary A. Soper ot Kiinber ey, B. C,
will apply lor a licence to take and
use six (6) inches of water out ol
Klmherley Creek, which tlows in a
South Easterly direction through
Kimherley townBite and emptlea into
Sullivan Creek nenr nnd Bast of
Block 1.
The water will be diverted ut or
near Lot 5, Hlock 11, and will be
used for Domestic purposes on the
Innd described ns Lots 1 and 2, Hlock
.->, und Lot 5, Hlock 12, Kimherley
townsite.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 4th dny of November
1912. The application will be filed
In the oltlce of the Water Recorder,at
Cranbrook, B.C.,
Objections may he tiled with the
said Water Recorder or wltll t!ie
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Vlctoriu, B.O,
MARY A. SOPKR
Applicant
45-9t H. W   Drew.  Agent
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 41)
NOTICE is hereby given thnt, on
the tlrst day ol December next, np-
plloiition will lie niiiile to the Superintendent ot Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel tlceiiBE, tn Bell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
as tbe Wardner Hotel, situate at
Wardner, in tho Province of British
Oolumbla,
Dated this I Mil day ol October,
| 1912.
It.  II.  DIIIUIIT,
42-4t Applicant.
Tbis notice wus posted nn the
ground on the 7th dny ot October,
1912. The application will be llled
in tbo o.llco ol the Wnter Recordor
at Oranbrook, B.O.
Objections may tie filed with said
Water Recorder or the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
ALBX. H. SMITH
42-5t , Applicant.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlatrlct ul Kast  Kootenay
TAKK    NOTICK   that    I,   Wlllinin
I'ulethoTiie of Kingsgate, III'.. Intend
Inscribed ns 25, to upply to the commissioner ol laud
and works tor permission to purchase
U',11 acres ot land, hnlllulod us follows:
Commencing   at  u post plunted ai
the  south west  corner   ol   IMt.   Re-
cord  IIIH   or  Lot  No. 10317, tbence
west   2fl   chnins,   tlience   north   hu
chnins, tlienre east  211 chains,  thence
south    Kli   ehalni   to   pnlnt nl commencement.
Hated tills I2tll dny of August,  1912
William   Palethorpe
Si-It W. B. McFarlane. Agent
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE
Notice Is hereby gilen that bU days
utter date I Intend to appiy to thi
aMinister of Lands for a licence ti
prospect for coal nud petroleum ou-i
tbe following lunds situate iu till
District ol Southeast Kootenay, llijt
isli Columbia,  iu  Lot   '.V.l.i;
Commencing ut a post planted ut
or near tue Noiiucusi corner <>i Loi
t-S7, ami bujug the Northwest coram
post oi Joseph S. Diinaer b cluiiu.
thence Kast so chains; tlience Soutii
80 chuins; tlience West 80 chains,
thence North so cliuins to the point
of commencement, making 610 acres,
more or less.
Located this 23lil day of July, 191:
JOSEPH  S.  DANNKIl,
Locator
Kathen W.  HuttH,  Agent
37-9t Wm.  H. Brown, Witness
COAL   AMI   PETROLEUM    NOTIOB
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I Intend to apply to the
Minister ol Lands lor a licence to
prospect tor coal and petroleum ovei
the following liiiulK situate tn the
District of Southeast Kootenay, Bnt
ish Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted  at
or near one mile due South of the
Northeast    corner   of  Lot  8585,   and
being  the   Southwest  corner post  ol
George   Wykes'   claim;   tbence   North
80   chnins;   thence   Kast   80   cliuins;
thence South 80 chains; tlience West
80 chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less
Located this 23rd day of July, 1912
GEORGE  WYKKS,Locator
Kathen W.  Butts,  Agent
37-9t Wm. H.  Brown. Witness
SYNOPSIS    OF    COAL    MINING
REGULATIONS
Coal raining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Al-
liertn, tbe Yukon Territory, the North
west Territories and in a portion of
tbe Province of British Columbia,
may lie lensed for a term of twenty-
one years at an annual rental of 11
an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease muBt be
made by tbe applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub Audit of tbe district in which llie rights applied tor
are situated.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-
veyed territory the tract applied for
shall be staked out by the applicant
himself.
Each application must be accompanied l,y a fee of 15 which will be
refunded if the riebis applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the mer-
•hnntnble output of the mine at the
rate of live cent- per ton.
The person operating tbe mine shall
urniah the Agent with sworu returns
iccounting lor tbe full quantity of
nerchantahle coal mined and pay the
loyalty thereon. It tbe conl mining
lights are not beliig operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
'lice a year.
The lease will include tbe coal tnln-
,ng rights only, but the lessee amy
ne permitted to purchase whatever
iviiilable surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of 110.00 an acre
Kor full information application
-lioiil'l be made tn the Secretary ol
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agenl or Sub Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W.    W.    CORY,
Deputy   Minlstei   ol  tbe  Interior
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication   ot
this advertisement  will  not be paid
for, March 25-fiiu.
of Tie WorU
REM PICTURES
INSTEAD
OF TYPE
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM    NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that 60 iluys
after dute 1 intend to apply lo the
Minister of Lands tor a licence to
prospect for conl and petroleum over
the following lands situate in tbe
District ot Southeast KnnUMiiiy, Brit
ish Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at u post planted at
or nenr the Southeast corner of Lot
7284, and being the Southwest corner
poBt of Joseph S. Danner's claim,
tlience North 811 claims; thence Kast
80 cltaias; tlience South Hli chains;
thence West 80 chains to the point ol
commencement, tanking 640 acres,
more or less,
Located this 23rd duy of July, 1912
JOSEPH S. BANNER,
Locator
Ktithcn W.  Butts.  Agent
37-9t Wm. H. Brown, Witness
COAL   AND   PBTROLBUM   NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that 6(1 days
utter date I intend to apply to the
Minister ot Lands (or n licence to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
the following lands situate iu the
District of Southeast Kootenay, British Oolumbla, in Lot 4593:
Commencing nt a post planted on
Iho West boundury ol Lot sr,89 at or
neur three miles North of the International Boundary, and lining the
Southeast corner poet ol Aiinn K.
Webb's claim, tbence West 80 chulns;
thence North 80 chains; thence Kast
Ml chains; thence South 80 chnins to
the point of commencement, milking
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 23rd day of July. 1912
ANNA  K.   WEBB,  Locator
Kathen W. Butts, Agent
37-9t Wm.  H. Brown, Witness
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a Needle to a Locomotive
Notice in hereby civer, tlmt UO daya
after .lute I Intend to upply tu the
Minister of Lnnds for a licence
proapect for conl nnd petroleum over
tha IoIIowIiik lands situate in the: Sd-je's Olil
District ol Southeast Kootenay, Hrjt-
ish Columbia, In Lot 4398: 	
Ootntnenclng at n pout planted on
the West boundary line of l.ot K.-.88
at or nenr two milen North of the
International Boundary, and hcinu
the Hoilthenst corner post of Anna K
Webb's claim, thence Went Hli chains;
thence North sn phalns; tlience Bait
hO chnins; thence -lout.i nil chiiiim to
the point ol commencement, niiikini-
f»40 ncres, more or luhH.
Located thlB .3rd day of July. l'J12
ANNA K. WHDB, Locatoi
KatliiMl W.  Mutts,   Anent
it'll Win. II. llrown, WltneSH
Joseph li. McLean
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Dintrlct of Hunt Kootenay
TAKK NOTIOH that I, Anitia M. i
htlethorpe of KlnRSgnte, B.O,, occupation mnrrieil woman, ii.tmi.li. to
apply to the roininlKHioner of litnttri
and worka for permlm-iion to purchase
50 iicroH of iunil moru or lean, hounded rtK follows;
COmmencInu at a poet planted ut
Ltie Hbutliwest corner ol T Oadwnl
IcIit'm Purchase, thence -'South *.■.
chalne mora or inw to Mm. h. J.
McKnrlftne'fl purotmae, thence Kant to
the Little Moyle River 25 chalnfl
more or lenn, thenun North 20 i-haltm
morn or leaa following Uir river Up j
Hlreiuii tu Houth line ol T. Ciiilwiil-
leiler'n Piuclmrte, theme West 25
ehalna more or leae to point oi com-,
mmicement.      ^  ,
Dnted UiIh  12th dny nf AukuhI,   1912
AiiniK M.   .-ulethrupe
37-at W. B. MoKarUnt, Agent i
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Km. niri.Hi.l bv Abbott Bra*., 711 8. DeerbornSt-e
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Wfesssdtttt THE  PROSPECTOR.  CRANBROOK,  B. C.
WF*
Pictures
Changed  Regularly
Auditorium
All Next Week
Pictures
Changed Regurlarly
Local  News
NOTHING ADDS to the appearance
ol a room more than uood pictures
well framed—Kilby Frames Pictures.
P. K. Simpson of Victoria, was in
town Monday.
Geo. Watson and A. Doyle of Kort
Steele were in town Thursday.
H.I.. Sawyer and Paul Hnndley of
Marysville were in town Thursday.
Beale & Klwell have some comfortable furnished shacks for rent.
Furnished shucke to let by Beale &
Klwell.
j. i.. Williams, of Wycllfle, waa in
town Thursday.
Mrs. T. T McVittie, ol Fort
Steele, wan in town Monday.
Kelowna Fancy Northern Spy Apples at FINK'S PTTRB FOOD GROCERY.
UNANIMOUS   VERDICT
Newspapers publishers and i-itUetiB
generally throughout the Dominion
are unanimous in their opinion that
the picture entitled "Mother's Treasures" given with The Family Herald
an.l Weekly Star ol Montreal, this
season, is a most delightful and
beautiful subject. Here is the opinion of one publisher "Mother's
Treasures," is a marvel of beauty.
The subject j» one that will have a
tendency to strengthen home ties.
We, in the same business wonder
how you can afford to give such value in pictures besides the vast a-
mount of good things in The Family
Herald and Weekly Star." Signed
E. W. Richards. The Mirror, Mill-
brook. No home in Canada should I
be with out this beautiful picture.
One dollar pays a full year's subscription to the Family Herald and
Weekly Star, including the picture,
which is ready for framing, size 23
by 29 inches. It is a big dollar's
worth indeed.
W. B. McFarlane was at St. Eugene Mission on business Tuesday.
C. A. Foote, of Moyie. was in
town Wednesday.
Harry Drew and J. A. Macdonald,
uf Kimherley, were in town Thursday
Mrs. A. Mellor and Miss Hundley,
of Marysville, were shopping in
Cranbrook Thursday.
KILBY FRAMES PICTURES
Auditorium Tonight—Radium, Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy, by
Prof. W. B. Patty.
Mr Mclnms, of Crow'B Nest, a
prominent lumberman was In town
Thursday on business.
The Quain Klectrlc Co. have the
contract for wiring and lighting the
new  Rex Theatre.
Messrs. Beale & Klwell have a 40
horse power Uuick Motor Car to
trade for property tn Cranbroqk.—
Call and see them.
Mr and Mrs. N. Burdette, of
Marys*. iil». were Cranbrook visitors
Wednesday.
Mrs W. Barclay, of Marysville,
was shopping in Cranbrooi Wedne-;
day. 	
Radium. Liquid Air and Wireless
Telegraphy at the Auditorium Tonight—worth seeing.
Mr and Mrs. F. .) Deane will
leave on Monday ior Vancouver and
other co'ist points.
Six Tons Timothy Hay (or Sale
tor $75.00, Hi-;s heen dumai-ed to
some extent—Cranbrook Trading
Company. "f
Mr. and Mrs. Chester o. Staples
and Miss Alice Johnsm, of Wycliffe,
were Cranbrook  visitors Mon lay.
Chas. Farrell, of Moyie, a mining
man, waa in town Wednesday on bus
iness.
■HI HI J
Reliability
Utility - Economy
Three Strong Points in
Stoves and Ranges
The Production of a Celebrated Canadian
Manufacturer—At Prices
FROM $12.   TO   S75.
A Fine Selection of Heaters
FROM $2.50 TO S25.
Now on View at
J. M. AGNEW
$ Elko, B.C. _
* *****H*********4-***** ******* M-M-H--M I I l-l**
■MM I I I I I 11 t I I I I I ***** ******** I I 111 I I It lll-H-
: The Approved Method jj
They were two newsboys.
"Hay, Harry," asked thc younger one. "what's
the hest way to learn a girl how to swim''"
"Hat's a cinch. First you puts your left arm
around her waist, ami gently takes her left bund—"
"Come off; hIip's me sister "
" \w.  push her ofl de dock "
We arc now approaching the Bktattng season
and of one thing we are mire, tbat if you urn
going to learn your beat girl to «k-ftte it will be
advisable to buy her a PAIR OF BKATS8—
YOU KNOW W    H    E   R   K
F. Parks & Company
HARDWARE & MILL SUPPLIES
Cranbrook
I.-.I..I..I..I..J.   I- Ini,  _    I
B.C.
FOR SALE—ln excellent condition,
Une Kara Organ, 5 stops. Apply 'X'
prospector's otlice. -.*»-*■
Auditorium Tonight—Radium, Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy by
Prof. W. U.  Patty.
Kelowna Fancy Northefc Spy Apples at PINK'S PURE FOOD ORO-
OBRY.
Alex Taylor, of Kimherley, manager ol the Taylor Lumber Co., -vas
ln town Tuesday on business
Kll.HY FRAMBS PIOTURBS
Frank Dickinson, ol Jaflray, was
transacting business at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
Radium,   Liquid    Air   and Wireless
Telegraphy at the Auditorium To
night—worth seeing.
Applets -Don't forget to get OUI
prices on apples und to aee the quality.—Oranbrook  Trading   Company.tf
Q. G, Jewell, of Jaflray, was traus
acting business at Cranhrook Mon
duy
Mi and Mrs \.«\ Taylor and
daughter of Kimherley. were Craubrook visitors Thursday.
K. Mallandain aud Lord and Lady
Frederick Cavendish were guests at
the Cranhrook,  Saturday 1 ist
Father Donnally will lecture In St.
Mary's Church on Sunday night at
18 p.' m The subject of the lecture
j will be  "His Visit to Alaska."
Miss s C. Tait, of Wycllfle, and
Miss Elate Tatt, of New Westminster
were guests ... the Cranbrook Mon
day.
Benle & Elwell's Safety Deposit
Vault will protect your valuables a-
gainst fire and burglary for the
.-imall sum of rive dollars per annuo,
Wanted to Trade—New Sleighs or
Cutters for second-hand ones of any
kind or will sell the new ones at
Bargain Rates.—Cranbrook Trading
Company 44-tf.
N. Hanson, of VVasa, who has been
at Spokane visiting tbe big .Apple
Show, returned on Tuesday to Cranbrook much pleased with his trip.
Miss Galbraltb, who bas been visiting her sister Mrs. Thomas Mc
Vlttle of Fort Steele, leaves for New-
York on the 23rd.
Kelowna Fancy Northern Spy Apples at FINK'S Pl'RE FOOD GROCERY.
Choice Timothy Hay. bunch grass
und Green Oat Hay, Bran Shorts,
Chop, Oats, Oats and Feeding Flour.
Prices right and quality and goods
guaranteed.—Campbell   &   Manning.
Remember it pays to deal at the
Cranbrook Trading Company for
CASH. tf.
.1. McSwenyn, S. A, Santo and Dr.
F. Miles will leave on Monday (or
Vancouver, where they will attend a
convention of ShrinerB.
Mr. and Mrs. James Finlay have
completed arrangements for a holiday trip to the const and will leave
on Monday via Spokane.
KILBY FRAMES PIOTURBS
The C.C.S. furnished the seats for
the new theatre. They are very com
fort able, the best that money could
buy.
Have you seen Beale & Elwell's
new Safety Deposit Vaults? Tt Is
worth a visit and they will be glad
to show you.
WANTBD—Bv two young English
women situations ns cook or cook
house-keepers to bacholers or bouse
helps. Apply K.D. & K.C, care of
Mrs. Mennle, Lumsden Avenue.-Adv
Mrs. Galhraith of Oneidn, N.V.,
who has heen visiting her sister Mrs.
T. T. McVittie of Fort Steele, will
leave for her home on November 2,1.
i Kelowna Fancy King of Tompkin
Apples nt FINK'S PPRE FOOD
GROCERY.
A Court of Revision of tbe Voting
List will be held in the Government
building "ii Monday next A. 0.
Nelson, registrar of Voters.
Clarionet for sale—Key of "C".
BuffM Crampon Paris make, a hlgh-
grade instrument. Price $15.00.
Cost 135.00. only slightly used. Apply  to    Edward Hawkins 45-tff
A. E. Watts of Wattsburg, waa In
town Thursday, taking a prominent
part in the proceedings of the Don*
servative Association Meeting.
Among the interest ng nima at the
Edison tonight wfl! lm the "price of
Peace, a drama; The disputed claim;
also thfl animated weekly.
Feminine Admiration
cnn be easily won for neat and I
attrm th e  ni tides  ui  Jewell >. j
Particulfl ly   Is   tins  so  In  our I
Mor.*, where we art' constantly
showing a  splendid  assortment
of   high  grade   gold   ..ml silver
Jewelry, precious stones, pltite,
etc ,  our  large  v srletj   ol dm
mond engagement   Rings muke
.i constant attructton for young
people  ot  both sexes, becuuse
ol quullt) and prices
RAWORTH
BROS
Jewblers£j&  Opticians
East Kootenay
Mercantile
House
A  Full and Complete
Line of Harness
Saddles, Etc
Everything Up-to-date
Repairing  a  Specialty
Liquor lln bit Cured
in Three Days
No Hy|)0(loi-tnlu Injection.   Send
for  r■**..- honklui
THE NEAL INSTITUTE
Box 325 Cranbrook, B. C
Cor Fenwick Ave. & Kains St.
Housekeeper or  Waitress desires situation ut once.    Write Drawer "M"
DRBSSMAKINU - t'iM per day -
Phone  15,  Miss B.   H.  Kalaon. 46-lt
It you want a reliable and reaaon-
able jot. of plumbing done or sewerage connections made, call up Ed. P.
Johnson, 'phone ab7. 44-tl
FOB    aALK—House on Cranbroo
Street,    4   rooms   and large pantry
apply Christian * Jones,   terniB   to
suit purchaser.
WANTED—Competent help for general housework. Apply to MrB. A.
Leitch. 45-tf.
Furnished Booms to Rent, two mln
utcs Iroin I'ost itflbv, enquire at this
nffire. or write llox "M".
Classes in Drawing
Water Colors, I'asti-ls, oils and
China Painting will be opened the
second week of November. For fur.
i her information intending pupil,
should ml! or write
Miss M. A. Doyln
nt  the   residence   of   Mr.
Donald
l.oliis Mc
East Kootenay
Butcher Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in
Meats, Fish, Game
& Poultry
Phone
CRANBIUiOK
57
Wanted by respectable woman
washing nnd Ironing to do ut home.
Special attention to fancy work.
Apply Mrs. P. Prospector otlice.
Wednesday     by     the Rev.   W.   K.
Hyslop   wore    united In   marriage
Wednesday    i>y     tbe Rovl   W,   K.
Thompson.
Oomo und see our pictures next
week tit the Auditorium, there Is u
treat In store (or everybody.
Mother's Favorite Plour cwt. $3,50;
BOIb *t.7f>; Wlb $.90. Pride of Alter-
to Hour. cwt. I-i.76; Mil" $1.90; 261t»
$1,00, Klve per cent off for cash,
Oranbrook Trading Uompaay,
Two Interesting dramas will be
shown at the Kdison Theatre tonight
outttled Mover \gatu, uud tbe curates
Lovo story, these pictures are well
Booing.
LADIES. Your IntorcBtB are at
stako, Had sowing in your dresses
hurts your prldo, tho children's doth
lug is soon destroyea.—Singers Hew-
iiii! Machines do ONLY GOOD sewing
Phone 167 with questions.—Adv.
November ~n th, tbe Great Kur-
hsh Hand Hell Ringers. Ten people
playing heavy overtures, cello solos,
vocals. At tho Auditorium under
tbe direction of W. H. QIgle, the
10m:.ttili Sousa,
Seal   of   Albertn,   "The Paultleis
Flour"- $4.00  per  sack—J.   Manning.
40-tf
R. Klmpton motored in from Win
deriuer Tuesday, accompanied by Iub
father, who will reside ut Oranbrook
this winter. Mr. Klmpton reports
the roads us being badly cur up on
account of the recent rains.
Singers Sewing Machined do the
best wor'.i and last u life time. They
rost very little more than cheap mac
nines and no more than any high
grade machine made. They are sold
on small monthly payments without
interest. For Sale at the Singer
Store or ynu can phone 157 and ask
Mr. Gomer Jones severs his connect
ion with the Kootenay Telephone Co
tonight. Mr. S. L. Coop, formerly
chief clerk in the C.P.R. Superintendent's office, has accepted the position of General Accountant In the
uosition recently vacated by Mr,
■Jones.
KILBY FRAMBS PICTURBS
We are sorry to have to report
the passing away of Mrs. Elizabeth
/".vans, wife of C. G. Evans, oo
Tuesday morning. The funeral took
place on Thursday, leaving the Presbyterian church at 4 p.m. P. M.
MacPherson bad charge of the funeral arrangements.
Sweet Cider at Campbell and Mann
further particulars.
Ing's.
Dr. H. E. Hall is away to the
Windermere Vnlley in the practice of
his profession. The repeated calls
from the people there for him to
pay them a visit rendered it necess-
aryfor bim to close his office here
for a few weeks. He expects to return to Cranbrook ln about three
weeks to resume practice.
Kelowna Fancy King of Tompkin
Apples at FINK'S PURR FOOD
GROCERY.
The new Rex Thentn* is expected to
ne ready for business by November
..nth. The heating apparatus has
been installed, and the seats will be
put In next week. Manager Johnson Bays that the new tncatre will
be opened with several new Alms
which will be specially selected for
the occasion.
KTLBY FRAMBS PICTURES
Air, when liquefied, looks and
tlows like wnter, but Is absolutely
dry, and is 312 degrees below zero.
It bolls on Ice, melts steel, freezes
alcohol, makes iron nnd rubber brittle, and mercury us bard ns steel.
These and many other startling experiments will be shown tonight at
which time Prof. Wm. ll. Patty will
nlso demonstrate Radium and Wireless Telegraphy.
One reason why you should have a
Singer Is this Our Ai.ei.tn are In
Kvery town to stay and you can always eet. supplies without sending a-
way.—Adv.
Tbe social event of the week wet
tbe reception, in' the Masonic Hall
on Monday night, Ri*. en by Mea*
dames R. T. Brymner, G. H. Thompson and P. K. Wilson, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pope of Victoria.
Mrs. pape is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Armstrong, and a sister
of Mrs. M. A. Ilenle. There was a
large attendance and a very enjoyable time was spent.
Kelowna Fancy King of Tompkin
Apples at FINK'S PURK FOOD
OUOORRY.
Radium, Liquid Air & Wireless Telegraphy
By Professor W. B. Patty 	
Demonstrations
(iiven
At the
Auditorium Theatre Tonight
Demonstrations
Given
]
Local railway employees on strike
in Cranbrook, decline t:-e Uioct oi
tbe movement is being felt all over
the Dominion, und more eHpcuially
iu the weat. The men ure confident
of sum-KH and feel very much assured from reports neat out from headquarter... On Tuesday some 5L men
went out ut Montreal in response to
a cull issued by Mr. Mosher ot the
Brotherhood of Ruilroad Employee-..
Our stock of Crockery und Glassware is very complete, nome dainty
goods for Xmas,—Oampbell and Manning's
"Hop. Skip, uud Jump" staged at
tbe Auditorium on Thursday by local
talent, brought forth a large auditor
ium. Thc entertainment was laugh
provoking tho various parts were wel
played, the nulua well rendered and
the choruses exceptionally fair. A
Kecond performance was given on
Friday night. The affair was a finan
c-ial aticceBS.
Many are laughing ut the story of
a darky waiter's startling exptrlenco
with tbe liquid air demonstrator.
The African certainly did encounter
some big surprises, but not one-
fourth the number that will be seen
tonight by those witnessing Prof.
Patty's demonstrations of Wireless
Telegraphy,   Liquid Air and Radium
There is a rumor being spread
nround town tbnt the clerks of the
C.P.R. have been receiving wages
from $70.00 to $75.00 per month.
This is NOT correct, as a matter of
fact over three parts of the clerks
have only been receiving $G0.O0 whilst
some received as low as $50.00 per
month. One of the clerks hns even
worked 10 months, Sundays and week
days included, for $60.00 per month
We give this information so that
some of those people who are not in
sympathy with the men may kaow
tbe true facts of the case In respect
to   the   wages received at any rate.
W.   W.   KILBY
PRACTICAL    PICTURE    FRAMBR
ARMSTRONG  AVBNUB
P.O. Hox 802 Cranbrook, B.O.
Ordered to Chicago
The Minister of Finance haB directed Judge Ryan to proceed to Chicago immediately and take charge of
the Mineral Exhibit at Chicago's
Great Lane" Fair, held in that city
from Novemner zA t-. December 12th.
With a few additions, the exhibit
will be the snme ns that shown at
Lethbridge; it being considered the
ilneBt exhibition of ores ever shown
In Canada and prohftbfy on the continent. Many thanks are coming
from the cltl/.eus of Cranbrook and
district to Judge Ryan, for the indefatigable work connected with the
gathering of this exhibit; the ultimate good that will accrue to the
city nnd district from this effort Is
impossible to estimate.
BEATTIE-MURPHY CO
MAKE_« STATEMENT
We alwaya advise people who bave
stomach or bowel trouble to ae* a
doctor. But to those who do uot
wish to do this wc will aay: try the
mixture of simple buckthorn bark
glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-kai
This simple new remedy is so powerful that JUST ONK D08B usually
relieves sour stomach,' gas on the
stomach nnd constipation QUICKLY.
People who try Adler-l-ka are surprised nt its UUICK action. The
Beattie-Murphy Co. 4*-4t
i; Leather Goods i
We are now Showing a
Splendid Assortment of New Goods
Hand Bags,   Purses
Music Rolls,    Wallets
Tobacco Pouches
Card Cases
********************** *
ii  SOMETHING NEW  j;
Suit Cases and Bags in the Pig-skin
Finish.   Also a Swell Line of
Bull Sea Lion Goods
See our Window for new styles in
Leather Goods
ii  Beattie-Murphy Co.
Ltd.
THE REXALL STORE
H IIIIIIU 111111 IMI -111 III111 I I I I 111 I I *****
Duty Calls—Do It Now
I.IrlTKN -Old and new subscribers to
the "Prospector" or the "Family
Herald and Weekly Htar" or 11 you
are not already receiving these papers into your home, take advantage of our
COMBINATION   OFKKK
nf the two papers and send Into thi.
oltlce »a.r>u and be entitled to the two
papers and n beautiful picture lit lot
uny palace   A Bargain.
Addreas—
PROBPKCTOR OrTICK
Drawer M. Cranbrook
^-I'.-'l-'l-'i T'i*l"l,T'l"rT-rT"f"l''l"l''ll,»'Tl|ll.ll|"|"|
Is'nt lt The Truth?
Swill's   Premium   Hams  and   liacon
are  a  little  tour than the "Best"   .
Fresh Stock of ull Prime   Meats   always ou hand.
THY OUR
Premium Cooked Ham
Ideal  (or Luncheon
J.1    MARKET COMPANY   A\
~ X Phone 72 T X
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