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 WlnelM  LlgtsUtlv* Assembly
We Test Eyes
Grind Our Own Leuses and
Guarantee .You a Fit
WILSON
JEWELS!.
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Koor<;i*ays  	
The
"Prospector"
$2.00 Per Vear
VOLUME 19.
CRANBRUOK, B.C.
SATURDAY  MORNING
MARCH 22nd.
NUMBER 12
British Columbia  Minerals
BV    li.   JACOBS
'llie provincial department ol iMaw ccived both placer and lode gold will
b b i-joucu a "rtiLuu-ary uiba.i.m>. . be fo a I to have bi e.i un .o.istmmt
of uie ..(.».■.hi i rodtKti.u, Ijm,   tfe-jiU, Lhouf-,b not   to   u   large uraount.
p*.red »y ttiu yroviuuioi ui.u-.ru oa.. t,
iur. Wi.l.um i*let*t Uo. e. it.ua. m^
tului   \uluo  ul   tae  plOuUC'Lo is    ea-
tK.iiiuii.*.d nt ;.>_,,j(i!..,ui-o ad coutpared
wiwii .|do,tjy,U.z in Uii and *ii_,-
ii.tu. hue viva t..i
Until tne liuul tigiiie-i _batl be received it wiil uut bu well to make
uny posit i.e. statement aa to tbe re-i-
:Oi .or gold being le.*, th.n I hai i-t-
perted to tind it,  but it appear, to
Mtf..t:.-t oa roco-d me, (though   the inlonnaticn 1 bave
o.; a., y-auio in ihe h**>uM'j o. u.iamg]received  is   incompuiu),   that   there
was a miihcieat iiicte.st: In tbe output tf ore from t..a or three mine,
in JlosBlaud camp to. account (or tbj
lower production of lode go.d tban 1
expected. Not that there Is a shjrt-
u_e of ore in the mines 1 tia.e in
in.uii, but thnt, for eoxo reascn I am
not yet aware of, tn ir output was
less thim In 1911, In the last annum
re, o t oi the Ccojolidaled M.nn; &,
tin,e ting Company in impro e.nLint
in i o b quant ty of ore d:.velo*.ed and
grale was mint oned, ao that it
teemed quite ie.. oiiab.e to loo., fo
un lie ease in both tenntge unl gold
conUn . However, if th re shall not
be any add! io. to the tig. r.s included In the estimate, there is this Bat-
'lading t.ieu, the V.) hi figure...^ an J af.cL.on—n oily two pre.ious yia.*s
c.iainia..L.oa of the accompanying has there le.n a higher production.
ni.Ui Wih .ho.v ihu in I.U..U qu-nt.-j nimely 2'>5,,.82 ounces in 1908, and
ty und value tncr. was au n.c.t.a.e .n 1267,701 ounces in 1910. S.lvcr and
all mine.a..*; cm-C'l gold ami cu.a aud1 .eal ha._ both been I r< diced in much
co e. it wiii oe n .t. e.i thut .U.-. \ r.er quantity in earlier years, the
vals shown tor coao in lar&tr in maximum output, of silver having
I.U Ui..n WlU, bUc ih.ri is n.o.e th.nibein 5,472,971 ounces in 1897, with a
to iijn.n--.n-* d fo | by tae i*i_„«.r qu„u- close second In 1901— 5,151,333 ounces,
Utj oi ioul i.i tie meter year tnjwhl.e !ead rutted .ti ua.imum in
. h.h .h. g obj o.H,Mit. oi coai wus l'JGQ with C3-3rj*-»G21 pounds. It ie
about   ju.i.i'u .n.i,,  io..e ^r_itL«--r than  prol able, tho.igh, tl at n.t these high
«n ur.t sh uoluuuin.     .u. fJaiu.-..e*
utvie-uj in xjiu, .ii.-eto..,   u-.i,   #**,-
U.t,,.i,_,   i.s   COuip-»rjU   »1*,U   tjii.S.iia
)v,tn,Q,vQ*   W.tU    IJLO.
tfU.it! t..c.c in a .uii.h 1 .rger »er-
cin a^c o. lUcitus- u.ad« in uu{_i>«r«-
t.on >.» h uii iu. n i..i.. utui'l,, oj
_*et ce.iL ..a a..- in.,, uuuti. i'i per cut
wltu iw.li— tb-* t,u...,iai.si.n w.ta luo
l..-t ...eauionuu year U a f_.rer i.u ,
iOi .hi -t-aoii. ib.t, in ,uc H1..UI, c..n.
duun. vsc.e ru'...e. normal luuu m
tali. ..h.u a Kin.ml _t--.reuc>e of uii
ij.etai.ic iii.n.ra.s uxcwp.-uiji placer
gold, ana co~.l a>-d co-vc us-l-cu irOui
ib. ,ouh co.it, n...:,i fairi^e oi -.he
m.ue i:»ui».Oje.8 oi ttm no.,8
d.stnct.
LO-il
i.ejt
in rii2.
J id,
_-.*u,
,l.er,  o^.
i.u nt tei were of the assay contents
1910. 1912 iEst.) Changes.
$       27,000 $       2.,i,l}0 • %         a.uOO
2>;7,.U1 24U.0U0 •          2V,.0L
294,7 OL
2t5,u_U
ZJ.701
Silver, oz ^    2,450,241        2,900,000    I.      449,759
Leaa,  lb 3*l,ii;»l.,j4i        38.000,000    1.    3,341,254
Copper, lb 38,243,934      5i,u.iiv,uu   I. I_(i6b,wu6
Zinc,  lb    4,184,1.2        8,3i,0,0^0    1.   4,315,808
Co-l,  tons  (gross) , .    3,139,235 3,050,000    • 89,235
*—Dtcreasel    I—in reaie.
it .a evidttt. thit scleral increusas of .h. metals in ih. oris, not, as now
.n -lui.n.ity iur more* tban o.S'.t .h.  ihjwn, of \h_ actual reio/eries.   As
ue r.a.ts, lor, taking  vuiue into ac- to copper, in 1908 a produc.loa cf 47,-
*.*> .n*., .he .n.ieuBj in copper ..i*»ne is 2.4,014   poundB   waa   retorued,   but
ih.n t...Cj rtS mud ns th.. t..nnl  ih t, too, w..s the copper cun^eitcf
n.or. 	
ot I .ai u. a.l tne de^riat.ses.
iu.nn_ nu.v to vulae—me UgurjJ
lor .he two y-.ar8 under review -t_
as under:—
uoid placer
Gold, loaa .
tbe ore mined, ns .ho.-n by a.Bav,
not ih. metal teco.'eied. On the contrary, th?. e.tun.i e for 1912 gives
th.! quantity of copper le.overed—the
1910. 1912 iEst.) Changes,
$     540,000      f     tUU.t-UJ     * I       4U...00
5,5.3.-80 4,900,-1)0     •        572,580
Total gold I 6,073,380
Silver  .   1,245,016
Lead     1,380,350
topper        4,8/1,512
Zinc       192,4/3
Total  metallic 513,708,731
Coal           9,800,161
Co-ie     l.i-QJ.iOO
AwtC-i aneous products       1,500,000
Tutul value 	
f 5,U0,8I)U
1,6.6,201)
1,!..U,U(I0
8,„a,-u0
501,560
I.
I.
I.
I.
1 612,580
431,184
13.1,1,50
3,46u,ab8
303,1.21
i 17,497,000
7,275,000
1,281,000
4,250,000
I.
•
I.
13,728,2..
(25,161
275,-2.
2,750 OUO
»25,377,066     132,606,000    I. 16,228,934
•—Dccrcu»el   I—In rea».
As   wll   be it*.,   Increase*   wer* co.iper cjnt*nt o. th- ore smelted in
n.adj us in uuu,...iti.J .n ull uut sulJ.  tbat  ye-r   wn*   proba.ljr   10,000,00o
a.iU tne- ,o.i.i .i.cu   .a u- u. cu..l ani
I a indj more tbun credit- ls tanon lor
I.i ho cs.l.nute miller notice. The
Bguna lor zinc ai* liighir tlian thiB
1 teit .usUi.eil In iisIiir an istlii.aic
1> mnde a month ago lor publication
but then 1 liail no In.orniaxlon relnt-
i>« lo thn out.ut nl the !.uciy J i.u
tn.n -, which was pro ally tho largest
end mil, journal; incus, .t so.Id   producer ol this me.*:, but I cU not
be rjiuv.iiuire.1 tlmt in uii...'.n^ cu.cu-   uie ude it.
Iu.Ijub tor tiie !„* ohii; vuluu la.ljsl    in ntniiutillic mlncra's   there   ls
there liu.i' l.een ..eduction., nia.e, as little ri om lo- doubt na to the est!
cu..e. It ■ ui ,n e.u.t .o coiu,ar-
n.c.a.e ^u-ct. ..I i. on u.e ul. wuer-
there ure la.ct .mi n. i.i ,. u.y ye.r,
iiainclj, til.n, ..ml. cup,*.' ..i.d.u ,
Iflgutt* n |.ur-nt.,.sc* .. o .hoc .o.
19.u, ii.ii otu.Tj are cbt.ii.atd for
1-12. ...1 are WOW* .Or* (i.nuine-rln^
is ciiht.-iiiiiiy -j per cent, o.i ,or aU-
vcr, to .er cent, on (tr !-ud, and 15
per cent, oil  lur .Ine:   nil .ir  to.85c
Hint., (or to I aid coke ulr.g provel
a renona lo one. l.a!icr iim ciltic.
at the m.n a ol the Cnn .dian Collier
(53.48c); 1 m, 4.45c .4.4-c); copper ies (Di nnmiilr) l.imitul. on Van
16.35c (12.iu8c,; z.nc u.94c (6.680), couver Island), during ihe lu.t guar
The .liiii'i.'inci In avciuj* pi,ciav.n ter if Ihe ye r caused a decre.iscd
lavor ol lui2 wus 7.3; cent* an oz.Undue Ion Irom those mines, but ub
l.r ill cr, 8,01 .eils „ lb, (or .o.iper, (heir totul o t ut wus co y about
and 1.42 ant.-u lb. lor .Inc. 1107,000 tons Ies* thnn In   1911 out ol
As an OXlirofll on tit my own views -ro h output (or the whole tro'lncc
cone ruin , the o ...lal pieliiinuiy m ol moM Hum 3,000,000 tons, It wlll
llm ,t ii 1 mny itnto that, us re ;i»ds I a recognized tlmt the efTeet was com
told, l mn ..till hopeful Hut avhou tho paruthely unlmpirait ai regard,
various  iniiir, a shull lav*  I em  rei (Continued on Pag* 4/
Special for District
Preliminary Announcement of another
Great Work of Art
The "Prospector" stands a lways for Progress
The repented onqu'il.a we nre re*
eciv ng .or u copy of tuu "Pros.eCtci
Ctron -Lion   Ho iven r '   puu.l i ed   in 01
wards of 100 pages pr'nted upon the  thf-ae are being arranged us fast as
finest of paper and houuJ in the beRt   wo possibly can,
.,..1
June, Ull, his (.reed u on us the
couviLti.ui ih.n i.n-.t er bloj pu-Uca-
Ln, liioiL lu up to dut-', is a distinct n.'id ijy cn.uliing lavtftora ln-
icrested lite coidL.ois as thupre*
^u.ln^ In (-.an ro_k and fcouth-i,.s-
Kooteaay today,
We hi.'i i.n inquiry on y ihi-; labt
wee.i .r_.n Oalgary; t..o we.ks a.,o
ir 'in U ro s AiLK.ti, a litt.e w.i le
back from Lis Angeles ind ino.h.r
from v hm a a d sclli wo coa.d go
c.n gl ngi'.a.ei all o ar tie continent, win:..; we ha.e sent co. 1 s -cry
recently. L
In vIjw of the above wo ha e de
ill.! d to ng in tse our eu,rgi s, ou.
.oBources, and our s.lll in the print-
u g art, iu tha i uolic's Interest, on n
far greater p o.'osilicn than ev_r at
empted n t.ie Ki ot na s. in pub
lishn,' oar last "Bou.cn.r" we aft-cr-
waidi dis o/ered te/e.al faults In
connection therc.vi.h; tho s .e wai
mich   to    large    fer    r.ady    rcf r-
ncj; Federal Iterg ot ge.t import' rn. were imdvcrteatly o,-
e loir.ed; tie sio,e outlined was
.not large enough to give the le.uit'ei
nf:.rmatrn to the fir-away pubic
.\-:.o desiel Information ns to wnat
urround d   Cranboo;   ns   \,el   as
b t It co.it; 1 nd. These f.ults, (if
,iich they be), we me mica oring,
>y caeul f, c Iio iiji.t, to remedy i.i
o ir djw venture,
In C3:isiderins our fre:h piece of art
ve thnt it rd is .hi.-  to    n.o.d tbi'
bo e in a ci er not In i, r tli, n
LlxH_  inches, this wlll ma e it easy
pi
.;; in
in next wesk's Issue of tie Pros ec
for we s al fui, hr oiitl ne the ■. t-n
fuscly illv.H'Mtcd, lecau-sc we ar
.n tLa belUf of the tr..ih "Keei'ig is eral scheme we have proposed to unbelieving,1' and, as we hefore fully 11- d;ita!ie,  ini  will uho mor* cl a ly
lus.ratei, we p ac i-e'that whien we - scribe the general contents we pur-
jr ah .so far as ever it lays in our   iioie to Insert.
I ever. "The Prospector" has always bad
Tbe Reld we Intcr.d to cover w'ti1 great fath In tie posslbll ties nnd
future of Cranbroo't nnl wlll undent
ably portray sore of tie truth, ies
pectlng the city und district of which
we are so proud.
th s "Wonflelu Art l lO'ucti m of
thu ProB.ector Oifice," will be from j
Brie'sin to .le west (of ib; Wardner
t.i the east of ub; md mirth as far
as ih- 42th Dara'hl, >\h'cb will ta e
in Oanal Pi its; always havin_ ln
mind tbe pnanount imrort;no
whei Crnn'iroo". rlays in the welfare
(■rd inter sta of ths whde. Oranbrook as aha Is today, forms ths hub
of thc district, e/erything cente s in
Crrnbrc, n'l di trlMitlon is from
Cranb.oo'r, all ront-s eal to t'ran-
1 roo . n' 1 s', but ro. 'est, arron;
ot'er 'hin?8, CiaVTio'c has tbe po?a-
1' ilite*' in and nround her, wh'cb no
t e- citv 'n Pout'en British Columbia poss'Sxjs to'ay.
There wi'l be tio.=e wl o will be only too rendy to say this is much tco
tl,' a s(henv* for tie "TroTe tor" *o
fulfill. Ton't believe them. Wlm
i rs1; we mooted the i «a ol a Cer >n-
■ tl n Bouv nr Kun'e* fn 1011,there
vera h se who lm g et at rs ard
proclaimed t i>n impcsfibi'i'y— but it
• roved an I ■■•m n".-. success and thi
res-ls -t oli*nin^*d ranro' today u.
measur d, thiy were no far rea'. in?.
T'o nre et venture Is mrCi t'e ra-e
as th la't, on'y wtth f U dlVenc?
—it is on n, much larger Rcale i nl
wi 1 eover a much larger fill.    The
, rerourccs of our oTlco Is quite cap-
o handle,   much  eashr f r ma.ln_  ftbl8 of hir,d,!rg th8   work ftnd we
nrprw, ml the b?._ will be fl cm-  h,vrj ,he rerl .ntJ ra.-tiriaI, to ea-rv
•ml nt one to la; en t! e hi e   ar.l j it t_ fl (.r , p,er g,ICCc8a th. n e..or>
or small stand,   vhch a orns your  We sh {] ro.u]re thp ^0irflBarted co
home.    Tt'will u'bo give p iillla ad- 0 G a:on  ,( „]\  CrTVoi-
attivrn 'et'er scope wber in to P-'t aetrlct   'o-   th's   wer;   in
wa b   vrhf h w 1   be f rt* er
BR A BOOSTER.
Do yon I now there's lots of people
Sittin' round in every town,
Growl in' like a broody chicken
Knocking every good thin;: down?
Don't you be that kind o' grouch,
'Cause they ain't no use on eurth,
You just bo a booster rooster,
Crow   and   boost   for   all   you're
worth.
If your town need? toostln', boost
'er.
Don't hold back and wait to see
If some otber fellow's willin'—
Sail right in, tbs country's fre?,
No cne's pot a moitraro on it,
Jt's just your's ns much as his,
If your town ls fhy on booaterB,
You get in, the boost in' biz.
If things just di n't seem to suit you,
And tbe world seems kinder wrong
What's the matter w.th a bojsuu'
dust to help the thing along.
'Cause if things should sto.i a goin'
We'd he in a sorry plight,
oil just keep tbat born a-blowin'—
noost'er up with ail your mlch:l
t eir s 1 s hefore tie pub 1:.
Bn-rd up*n a calculation of th^ ii-
e t t ei in o ir 'Soreiir" of
mil, und upon te tontii.u.ngly .n*
sreafl n? uu nber ot en .ulries of the
lofil lilt es or Orantroot and dis-
tiict,  we   an l.ipate  printing 25,000
opies,   each   co.iy  will   contain  up-
nd the Mf you know some fellow's fallin'B
varois I    JuSt lorget, cni, 'caiiRc you kr.ow
The   same   feller's   got   som:   good
points,
Them's the ones you want to phow
"Cast your loaves out on the waters
They'll come bac't," a sayitt' true,
they'll come bnck ! Utter-
1 cri tied In orr ne*t w-eVa 'ssue. We nre
alrondy tf nglm o- 'h^ b to
graphs nnd the engraving; nlso for
rO'ie of the artie'es which will be
conta'ri'd therein. With a work of Mebbe, too:
ibis kird ttrre nre Dimerous pre'ln-j ed'
Inury Etire? to be gon? through   nl     Wben some feller boosts for you
that thc v.a on ioid js a forerunner
of the railroad und- thnt at en early
date a" all rail route will be provided to tide-water and to tbe east.
Easter   Services   will   le observed
throughout the day.
"ReBsurrcction Power."
'The Ros.-mrrectlon of a Roman Cen-
turhn."
Sptcial Raster music will be order
of the day.
District Mining
Summarlzlrg li s   stutement of t ie
nln-rol. production  o.' th- year 1912,
I.'. A. Etarkey, pichU n   oi ihe A*8.i-
1 .ted   Boar a ol ir.ide  ol   Bt* am
r.t.ij   (J< liimij.a,   sliu id   h i it.
1,12 prcd:ctl n, valued ct }8a,60a,0.0
.van S9,'ali.,i'.24   above   that   if    th
,iitlois y ar;   that  East  nnd   W.Ht
.o-t niy nud HoiiniUir.., wiih ;, pro-
Iin- Ion .a mi cf *li,ull,8.3 .or' 19.2,
hmvi'il an in.reas* of $3,329,618, Bri-
iti   C'ulunilila   pi o .net.on   ■   ,-lmv, n
-o-v.bei'0   in   thin ifsue.    The di. d
n a I-, ill d r o    t o jeur wee:
t.nd.rd, ut Wl, r.on  . . . ,$41',0Oa
ledley ut Hcdley   300,000
I, C. Co.ipsr, at Qrecnv.ood 177,250
on.ol d .lid at Tr ll .... 22i.il)l
e Hoi No. 2, at llo; laul . . 30,-OJ
11. ('. C'oi|:e' also ikca«l $8.i,lii.ri
hch wuh land in 1912; l.r.i.iuy
aile a prolit of a'oit 11,250,000; the
0 er Lode anl ibe.i uroek made
.of ts of 155,000;   the I niiil.ler Carl-
1. o mul  \'un 1 o   * it uld racii   pay
I    den'a tli*    « r   nnd tie   Qui*.
1 in, i h li h s en iinylng f r the
o.crty   (om sill,menta  ind   mill
roilnct,  wll  ion  'a [ s Ing  dlvl-
■ nla.
(I an'iy—Tntal   ore   smcl'eil rturlr*.        _____________—___—_______
o'lruury aijrogntld 97,857 lona, ui.d ordinary    reia.dtulatlr.n    o!   licenBe
j ruin, tt a   of   Witter   copper    wn lee, tr. mf.r . hirers, pmaltiis, rcn
tion ot the wnn on road from Tula- Inasmuch nB purchase are In all ens-
meen to l.cadville camp the luinc-i in es maile einlitionnl ti: o.i iniiiieilluti
the vicinity antl. on Kelly creek wilt j cutting, so that in the evmt of the
increase the development forces wl h lands of any of the tracts lulng buIi-
a view to shipment.    It is bclicv.d able (or agricultural utlllza'.lo.., thoy
New Policy Adopted
That tho new policy of protecting
nnd administering tbe Provincial forest asset, under expert anl pructlcul
business trr.tl.o.lH, Is vastly to the
alvantngc of Britith Columbia tun
to the credit of the responsible min
iflter, Hon. Mr. Rons, is attested by
figures, more eloquent md con he
in.( than uords. constituting the sta
tint.cul record of timber revenues lor
January nnd February.  Those in the
F. Simpson visits here Doctor invited to treat
Printers
Mr. Kred. tflmp.-mti of Vtc.oria, was
in town thia week, for the purpose of
for,i,all,- open n llr- Youn ; Men ■
il.h nnd n:iint 11/ loo in; up a
f w o h B i nl ri nds. 'Freu' wa^
the m n who or finally nimcd i i n
boot and dlat let "lhe Panun
B It" in oonveritatir.fi with our re,.ro-
smtitlve be aald: th it It •*!■' lo i el
gool to him .u a jft* of ihe fact thnt
we are Irving a Ultle Iftdefflfint wea
thtr. "Fred" la one of tho o d-tim
crB of t'ie o'ty, ha nn co'rte here n
the coni'tri'ttion da'ii of the C.P.".
and Inclde tly fo n In: ths C:nn
broo'i Herald which hi afterward
disposed of to F. J. Dcana the pre
d"nt rroprjetnr. HIh f lends . ro a 1
glad *o ni hn la look'iiK fo veil * nd
also to henr 'h t Mrn. fl'nfa n who
'-d n 'a c "'r-'e o' frl'-ndfl In th
city, |a "dlfltreHHlnly healthy." Dav
til Iflfllpo l.'cVlng (ID fine and hai tbo
rra,'ln*?s of n flno frllow- Mr Plmn-
ai.n In n"W eng^irod In *be Peal Ks
UU businiH uad making good.
Oalgary,—Cal ary typographical «n
ion which is b c ol a movant nt to
b ing the 1H4 c n tntion of Ub In
urn..tlonal Typographic il union >o
this cay today wired PrcBldcn,
Lynch mu gating that he In Ite Dr.
K i dm nn io Oolcrndo Springs
where the print, rn' hon.c is located,
with the idea o; treating tubercular
printers with his scrum for the cure
of    tuberculosis,,*    Accompany ng iho
ti Brent ion wai an ofcr of UOl to
.■nr.]H & fund to vhlch It Is proposed
ill the tynngrai lil'nl i nlons n th)
Pnltad* Rtat-ra tnd Conada rhall con-
till.lite, n the event of Dr. Fried
inanu's accoptnnru,
Arroniemrnts t?or <nt"itainng tht
school children in Fm*'lro Ray are
* ow rndr ron-it deration by a In
committer of the overseas Club ond
the Veteran's Drlgada,
179,212 rounds.
16 Rd  No. 2— £ tatiment   for   th-
mr mln-. tie t   30 l.mt Hbo.vid   a
io lu ton of -10 112 mm raited, i.,
:5V torn (f which were ■ li pped, a Off-
lug nn average ton \al e ol $20.1 C
nd  l.iifiS irviH of ci.ii ■inliai.iH   h.w-
B rn nveia a va'Ufl o' $28.78,
Report C*i thi Van Roi for the Ha re
orlo.l produced £4.115 tons of mil
n; ore,   from   which 2,.i.o   tons of
ad    ir.n   n nitcs    were    produced,
nving i value of n'J.'fi ounces al.
■r,   CO.2 per cent lead ml ll.i per
ent zinc, nnd  2,5 0 zinc io temtratea
a'.nnying CO.8 o ucea silver,  15.1 per
n' BiltQ nnd 3.7 per en', lead.
Vol.t (Jump—It now teens 11 cly
hnt the B. 0, Ooppor company, will
ako over the Volgt as well uu other
iioperllcn ml that cxtmako de.cl-
Himcnt will ho Started nnrly.
Paulsen—At tha In and initio tbi
mill bas been cosed during tho winter on account o! waler ihortiigc,
developm (It hns horn io:ng ou utead-
ily with ore slightly higher grade
bin formerly, running between lis
i n 1 $20 pr ton. Twenty men urn
employed. The ore io of Ideal aninl*
ginWoi anl coiecntra'Ion chpract-
,r, w't'i 1"fb t1 ai HM per t(n going Into the tall'nis.
Upper Tulamecn—Upon lhe comple-
tuls, etc., uuio nt for the two
im u Its |ust closed) to upwardft o[
nal a million dollarB~500,8U:>,03 to
be exact. There bt to be added to
this hnndanme to al, however, th*.'
proceeds o( the sales by tendei* of
odd' remnants or i o ate small stands
of timber whi.h took place on tlu-
21th ulttno, and uhich n ore Ihan re
deemed even the moat optlmistl::
hopes concerning thom.
Approximately $130,1)65.43 la the
immediate ron*.ri!iut;on to tho genet
nl provminl revenue through thi
sale of theso odds nnd ends of timber (a considerable portion of it Are
killed n id destined to be a tottl
waste imli'Hf, inini d'ntcly cut mtd ut
fllzed) bosldos wnlch royalty: la to ue.
pnld on overy tree ond pole cut, thus
ovcntunlly br'nglng to tbo Treasury
a further sum, tho magnitude of
which mav ho broid'y a-.pnclat.'d,
it in rflmemborod tVat thi preeent
royalty Is at thc rate of TO contl per
M. nnd thu tracts dlipce d of nro
roughly cruised no containing 89,004,-
000 foot of tlmhor, in ad lit Ion to
polefl, railway tlo'B, otc, all of wh c'.i
^	
Aside from the mon'taT phnsfl of Sn II nn 	
the nuest'oit, too, th" newly Innugur- Othor Minos
n+pil competitive Bale poltoy Ih pecul-
larly advantugcoui   to the country,    Total   	
will be available for the pre ontptoi
na eoon as logged off—and pre-empt
ore arc certain to come to IJr.t.sh
Columbia in industrioua battalions,
now that "free lands for acttlera"
baa been adopted as a po.lcy In this
branch of thc Lund Department.
Yet still (another accruing benefit
is found in minimization of Ilu gen
oral forest fire risk by tbo eiped.t
lona rcn.o.al of timber which otherwise would in numerous cun-_ cinui
tute an unavoidable and very serioui
menace. As to the ndvm ages in en
abl ng loggers In the Interested Bee
tions to complete their operation.)
thoroughly a ad without w-tsce ol uud
hits oi inferior timber bordering tint
reapective holJlng;, aug.neuting the
general provincial o ttput, and giving
profitable employment to many good
men of the wool.;, ; toss ure too ad.
uvtdint public benefits to call (oi
comment. They u ay l<c classed as
by-profits of thn transaction,
Leaving tha matter of these special
bates for I *ter Considorotii n, the g<'ii
eral timber bran h revenues of the
prov in e for January nnl February,
aro found to reach the record total
of «C00,8O.').O3.
Tho special Hales of February, the
o'i niplououi euceeas of which from ev«
ery viewpoint lave been referred to
above, are the lirst timber Bales by
lender bold in this Province and nf
fordod the tlrst opportunity ol ! Ufl
chase of tlml.ci- from tbe Crown s n'1
the reservation was docla*od on nil
Crown lnnds by ordor-ln-councl) of
December 24, 11107, which debarred invasion of now timber territory by
virtually nil savo hand-loggers. The
Bales,  Which   were made on  February
24, are thoroughly appreciated by th:;
loL'Rcia and1 Lumbermen, ns th. y will
enable them to olonn up territory in
which ihey invti pi-ns established,
where 1 imbOr otherwise would be
wast.nl InntmilCb us it would, If left
niniid.n\ augmont thi lire haeard,
Trout Fishing, East & West
WHY   DISCRIMINAT
Trout fishing opened In Bt it ish Col !
i.bl i,  wost of the   121st meridian,
on  -March    15th,    East   of the PJlst
Meridian in Bast  Kootenay tho sea- j
KOn will not open until May   1st,
This division of the trout waters uf
the Province ;n'o two ' oaea with dlf-
'orent regulations was sovcr 1 year!
tt'O adopted n accord .nee wl b tbe
recommendation of a en-n-.r salon
wh eh pur urd Its lm*o tlgatlng i i
i 0"-7. Brl'lsh Colunrtla if- r troul
ib'ng pttrpo es), being then di nl d
tiito two districts, ion*-'t '-rd inter
lor, with the t21st meridian aa the
ivldlng hir.
To   the  • n-^f.  i I   this  i, e.v d nn    h^ ;
loscd season co'itin'KH from Kovem
her ir, until   April ;:u. bolh days Illusive.
West oJ tills loni'a-v, ih* c'.oa d
■season extended from November 15 b
o March 2"th.
Now the povers tlmt le, ;n their
nfinito wisdom, havo (.eon lit to op
on the Reason, west of tba 121st mer-
idi n on March 15th, ten days ear
tier than previois yeara.
Thc .'eh ri:s of tha province arc
r.ow controlled by the provinclnl l*g-
islnture, at tho time of the adoption
of the present law, the Dominion
g ■ nm nt was in control. Now Hon.
Mr. Bowser, mrn ntres thnt the Bfla-
ion for (trout (ishinx) weat if the
';.i';t met dian will op u on March
15.
Thfs would 1 ok an if the'government, was about to rivcrt to the old
■ :. dates, which were in force
In e n I" 'lay;, throu Iio it i be i rov*
inci
' 'len Lo lb ■ 'at of t'e 121st
ii.'! ' '; are ot present oommenctng
oi   th ■     .a   ihe d te which
b n.Utu lhe v ei t, and praventa thu
ang'ers f th- east to observe a
i lo m d .': a on fen .i. ther 45 -.ays.
flay 'I h r lore tl o ■ ■ stern on 'l rs
are of the opinion, that there is do
f >
dlscri n n itlng   between
the  si
tbe bi
nr il   tl
or ! oi tlon
W.iy dlscri
ol the Prov-
tbe west is
Bt The flsh-
nd weat fro n
0 u* a n , und
are Idonl eal,
iin conn c'tlon,
ninntlon?"
Incendiary Acts of
Suffragettes
l ondon.—"Arson B'luads'1 of ml'it
int sulTrngiitfos succeeded In destroy
Ing flOJ.OOO worth of property earlj
today. Ona squad 1 unud down the
country residence of Lady .Amy White
at Engleficld, near Thames- The oth
er EQuad f red tho buildings ol tbo
golf club at Weston-Supor-Mare, a
r shion-hie summer water In.-; place in
(omersetshlrc.
l.ady Wh te is tiie widow uf Vv 1'
Marshal Sir Qoorge White, the hero
of Lady smith in the Tr n.vual wnr.
!er boase was n big man Ion Btand-
t.g In a aclous grounds. The flames
were discovered at, I o clue. tins
morning, and at. that time had such
i atart tbat .he oflorts ol tba Qre
rlgado were homeless. Traces of oil
n i Inflammable materials were
olind scattered al out lho bons ,
vviiile aroi nl tha grounds were pa *
■rs lisci'I ed k,Stop torturlag o i
.oiiiiadoK in prison," "Votes for Wo
nen," "By kind pormitslon of Chat
is HobhoiBC," the Inst l eing a re
i rence to the recent taunt of than
b Hor Ho bho ase that "women lac
.lie real revo.utionary spirit of men
..hn burn and **m:\ iu Btippoit of
heir cause."
Two women on bicycles were situ
n the nslghboihood half an hour le
ore the lire was d sectored. Tii
house was unoccupied, The ine ol n-*
m iC the go'f pavilion also oscaped,
rhere are many sufiiag-it b now In
hat vicinity, owing to tho m ottng
jf the Naiiount Teachers' cont r nco
it which Vjbco nt Haldano >» sched
ill d to deliver an i ddrtsu.
GLORIHID IN  MOTOUIBTY
London—Mias   Olive   ll* c en,   th
militant suffragette   who   is char cd
■>.ih tiring the pavlllcn of tht H1
impton Qoll Club,  was put on tri 1
oday. Mis Hoc'tcn appeared to I ry
n the not r ety she hns ecble. d.
■he stOon  In   thc   doj't   wearing   n
right sasbi ond smiled contentedly
»h the go.crnncnt lawyers detailed
hr aotivtttce In lhe Held of arson In
be destri c1 'on I m rl.
A*nnng Mi".p Ho'.on's ofTects
[ound a lett?r from MrB. Pattkhurst
tpenV IncItinT hcr following to
> lawls-ness and outrage. At th
*tos« of the otrn'ng oddros-, tho mng
. ir.le *:d ourne.l tbe c bo f.)r i
week.
Ore Shipments
Oro  Rhlpnicntfl  Irom   ihIhoh  I*  llm
Ornn'iroo'i DUtrlOt for tlm past )'«'
I'llll   WI'I'H,   ll)  llllll'.   Wll'd  im (nil.wn
 I.'H   7,*1.
  till
Allen Players' visit
Despite thn Inclement   weather   ■r"
'ia e  b- n   having    during   'ho    pur
,■..!. the Allen Players have been en
i.ying their usual crowded rouees.
The reportolre for   h* week   were
'he College Widow; a Btr&ntor io
rjifiga Lund; Madume X; The Wi '
.»v Prom   Tok o;  lhe   Kmiu-t Wav
nd the Girl In the t..xi.    It ietti
I mosl n ood less to tay that tho cor
iany   fulfilled   tb*   oxpectatione  o
rtnbrook'B Theatre goers with Ml .;
i'Vlton taking   lho   part  o1   lcodin
ole, backed by a company uh[c •»,n
doubtcdly possoss exeePent tnlont,
their itudifires have been unstinted
vfth tneir appl.iuno,
Tho reportolre which the Alien
diyers hav.* fbo.-n tills WCflk area t
uie farclal eoinodlos or dramas a
'h-i ense mav bo, tbey urn Indeed ed
neat una I and Instructive and tb
'failIt ol many of ihelr tench n R linvo
hi < n driven homo In a vory forceful
in iniu i to a large mimboi'l of theli
tiidtrnces, Madnine X, which wa
played on Wednesday Io n drama vory
a plhahlo to the pros'nt day condi
ttohs ns was also faiday'H bill, Th
Rjasy Way; thoy clonrly ihow lho inn
li rial Is tic dri'tin h of (ha pnpulnco
•ml the business man, clearly Indlci
mi;  in- forgotfuln fss  ol homo on I
loved<nee in lho absorbing desire to
* i       ■  obtain the dollar.
.A'A  h.isj     Tbo Allen flayers are always wel
com:1 to visit Cranbrook and can always be sura ni having appreciative
audiences.
St Eugene School the
B£st in Province
The school for In Hans nt St. Eug-
n *, wbl h i- <■ iducted by lhe Oblate fa b i'.: and a sterB uf tbo coo
.at at ih.t' place i-; Lho bdst Endlab
school in tha province, is the opinion of J. T. Cummlskey of Vernon,
nspector of Indian nancies for the
at the Btrathoon-
bis way  to  Hast
Interior, who
o  lasl   night,  on
■it ■ nay
About 7" child*i a are In attend-
..n"" al th? school and the girls are
ta i bt domestic sd mc i In a very
.■ay ub fui and practical manner,
raid Mr. Cummliskey, Bchool is he'd
ia a $50,000 bulld'ng constructed  by
o f <l sral govern ncnt.
11   WUS  Mr.  l  -niri'i ■'■■ ;y  whO  WHS TO*
' nsible fnr the nrreBt of Vots Paul
and Pa1 ! ;- n l n, two fndlans who
are now be'orc n maaistrate tor preliminary hcaiing on 'i charge of mar
dorlng n man named Wiii:,* near Clinton In 1911. Tho two mrn Inter, it
Is alleged, killed a Chinaman a'ter
they escnpod from Ihe fall at Clinton
;ii: also shol dm la Ie Kindnesj oa
May 3 last. Por months they wero
pursued by posses, *>u men hunting
hem at one time, said Mr. Cuminis-
key.
Oxford is winnsr
Putney, Rng.- The dark blue of O-.-
lord flashed ursti past thc finish line
i>i the annual Oxt rd ('a nVrid e
eight-oared boat i'a-e on the Thames
10 lay. 1 he wiuni rs1 t mo wna 20
minutes, 53 fo:cnds for the 41 mllo
course on which the int:.-university
ia   *; huve i.« m rowed fi r 70 ye irs.
Ihe Cam ridge crew appeared to
hive the race at its mercy until tha
*..; t quarter milt, and the finish was
n louht untlk tho lasl few btrokes,
wh n Oxford, by a desperate Bpurt,
i h ivod I h i prow of ther fihell a quarter length in front o: thoir 1 ght nluj
tivals. Oambridge was im ii 1 ■ to
:-t li ofl the last desperate rush of t_c
h ■■> ier .* d bettor <-on.Iiii-.ncd oxford oarsm n.
CAMBRIDGE   HAS  Bl DREY  SIUE.
Cambridge won tbe t'se ;nd chase
he surrey side of the river, wh:re
the Water was almost without a ripple.
At the st tri Oai b !'*c caught tho
watei first nnd miintaining a siro'-te
of ** tho n In te umi < d ball a
Inch  in  tbe  le d  in  the tirst   hnll
, . The Oxford stroke wi a kept at
.vi for the flrsi    mllo,   when Stro e
11 ral .u a lied lor a 8] urt tbat re-
uced tb ■ llg' ' blue 1* a i Io" a time*
Roun Ing Chin wick   Mall, however,
Cnmbrldg?, hiving the sh rt r turn,
iroaped thi Ir stro e to 8-1 and put
:a i ht between tbo stun of their
si ell i nd ilu* Oxford bow.
TKlUt'i'tr PACE AT FINISH,
\t Barnes Corn r, less than hall a
mill from the finish, Stroke tJorifall
moved tbe Oxford stroke*up to •*;,
ind, gottlng n tremcndoila pace on
b ■ o t, Oxford o o dov n tho ( a n-
bruit o * ml I *■ Uy lo t nn 1 wuh a
, mt 1 nil oil ■ ■ " *i ti. r prow in
:oii 'i be Ughl bitten, who had i nn
0 npi l ' *i o e r \ •'-' •> U il tr.lined
.im ,n ihi' oni hi tan io of thfl Illness
nf moinhoi ol iu n crow, wen- UU
• nm I to the lost spurt wbl h v u i il
ia d meant victory, Tbo oibeiai
i.u t o 11, • [j, q (vora!
one mile, a 12; Hammersmith
llrldge, 7.40; Cblswlck Mall, U..il;
flornoi Urnl. e. 1711; finish, 2.M.
Prqiidctit Wll coo, on Mm lay, is-
sued ' n - form i pcoctnraatlon com-
monoid/ a special meoilng oi Con*
.-•roBs at noon on April 7th. THE  PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK,  B. C.
<*M"H"H"H'."H"l"f'H,lH11,
Professional   *£arfcs
alio
iobq>e    Notices
aaCVlTTlS   J.    FARKl.it
*.l..H    *   C.B.
CRiilWlOOK,    ...    B.O.
IV.  P.  avstu
UttllAtlar,  Solicitor, *U.
CRANBROOK,     ...     B.O.
HARVBT. _cC'AI,T*.R, MACDONALD
aud .NI8BET
Barrl«t*ra,  Solicitor* and Noutw
Uouey  to l.uai.
liuiierlal  fiu.uk  Uuildius
ORA.NBROOK. lli.ti»t. CoiumhU ,
H-H-1-H-H.+ H-H-f+l]
ANCIENT ORDER OF PORBSTBRB.
Court C'rautirook No. 3943.
Meet In Oarmen's Hall, mi   2nd and
iih Thursdny ol each month.
J.  McLACHLUN.   O.R.
Louis Pearson, Sec. P.O. Boi 'IS.
Visiting Brothers Cordially Welcomed
OVERSEAS     CLUB
(Oranbroolt briinih)
Meets   in   the   Cnreien's   lull 2nd
and tth Tuesdays in every month, at
8  p.m.   Membership open  tn  Urtush
citizens.
B. V. Braku, Pre*.
I.   Pearros,  Becretary
Boi 618
Visiting members eoruintly welcome
^
A
m(
OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATORS
AOT
Nutiet. is hereby given inert, on the
17th duy of Februitry. 1913.
IT WAS ORDHRE.D HY HU Honor
George H Thompson, Esq., Judge of
tho County Court of Bust Kooteuny,
that .hitm_ A.AructUl.Oinclni Adjninlu
trator for that portion of the County
of Kootenay Ihcludod in the Electoral Dlstr et of Crnnbrook. be Administrator of nil ami singular the
estate of William Goodridge, deceased
Intestate.
Kvery person Indebted to thtt said
ileceutjed is required to make payment forthwith to the undersigned.
livery porfloti having in posseHBlou
eflects belonging to the deceased lb
required forthwith to notify the
undersigned.
Every creditor or other person
having any claim upon or interest
in thu distribution of the estate of
the said deceased Is required to send
before the 31st. duy ol Mutch, WIS
next, by registered mail aJdret-Med
to the undersignod, bin name and
u.hltebs uud the full put ticuUrn of
his claim or intercut, and a statement of his account umi tbe nature
of the security  Uf anyj  held by bim.
Alter ihe aald lust mentioned tiato
the Administrator will proceed witb
the distribution of tne estate having
regard to those claims only ol Whloh
be shall have had notice.
Dated nt Cranbrook this 17th day
ol February L9I3.
J. A   ARNOLD,
Ml Offlcial Administrator
address and thc full particulars of
his claim ur interest, und a statement of bis account nnd the nature
oi the security (if any;* held by him
After the suid huu mentioned date
tbe Administrator will proceed witb
the distribution of the estate having
regnrd to those claims only of which
lie ahull have bud notice.
Dnted nt Cranbrook this 17th day
of February 1913.
J.  A.   ARNOLD,
9-41 Official  Administrator
j,   T.   LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and B.O.
Land Surveyor,
P.O. Box 236 Phone 2_J
ORANBROOK,    ...    B.O.
Dm.   KING   A   il II ii i; s
Physician* and Burgeons
Office at Residence,   Armstrong  Ave.
Office Hours:—
Forenoon.. - - 9.GO to 10.00
Afternoon* -
Kveoingi    -
Sundays  - -
Oranbrook,
■ 2.00 to    4.00
. 7.30 to   3.30
■ 3.30 to   4.30
B.O.
ORA*UJRUOK    LODGE    No.   84
A. F.  A  A,  M.
Regular   meetings   on   tiie
third   Thursday    ot    every
montb.
Visiting brethren welcome.
P. IJ. Miles, Worshipful Master.
J   Lee Cranston, Acting  Sec.
ROCKY    MOUNTAIN    CHAPTER
No.  125,  R.   A.  M.
Regular  meetings:—2nd Tuesday  in
i eacb inontb at eight o'clock.
Sojourning    Companions    are    cor-
' i-Ually invited.
Ex.  Comp.—a   0.   Shttukland,   E-
Cranbrook, B.C.
OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATORS
ACT
Notice Is hereby given that on the
17th day of February, 1913.
IT WAS ORDERED hy lllu Honor
George H. Thompson, Ejpq., Judge of
the County Court of Knist Kootenay,
tlmt James A.Araold.OJlldol Admlnls
trator for that portion ol tha County
ol Kootenny included iu the Elec
total Dlstr ct of Crnnbrook be Administrator of all nud singular the
estate of Jobn I'- Larson, deceitned
Intestate,
Every person indebted to the gald
deceased Is required to make payment forthwith to the undersigned.
Every person having in possession
effects belonging to the deceased is
required forthwith to notify tho
undersigued.
Every creditor or other person
bftvln„ any claim upon or interest
iu the distribution of the estate ol
the said deceased is required .to send
before tbe 3Ut. day of March, 1913
noil, by registered mail addressed
to the undersigned, his name uud
addr«_s und tlic full particulars of
his claim or interest, aud a statement of his account nud the nature
ot the security  ill auy> held by him.
After  thu  said  lust   mentioned date
tbe  Administrator  will  proceed  with
the distribution of  the estate having
oal mimue rignts of the Dominion j regurd to those claims only of which
SYNOPSIS    OF   COAL    MINING
REGULATIONS
T.    M.    R I X E N
Auditor and Accountant
P.O.  Bos 878
NSLBON, B.O.      «-3m' |
F. M. MacPherson
UNDKKTAKEft
Norbury Avenue Neet te Clly Hell
Qp*o Uey end Nlfbt Pbeee Ui
W. R.  BEATTY
liudtruak*..
Kuiluttinar,
Fuuerel l»li'*ot..i'.
ORANBROOK. B.C.
■•HONK Mil
I
KNIOHTM     OF    PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.O.
Orescent Lodge, N'o. 33
Meet* *very Tuesday at S p.m.
at Friil.:i n.ty Hall.
A. Hurrie, C. C.
P, M. Chrlsfhin. K ,,i R, ft H.
B. A. Hill, ft.. V.
Vi*ltlog brethren qorJIMlj Invited
to attnt.il.
Cranbrook
Cottage Hospital
ARMSTRONG AVE.
Matron:    Mrs. A. Salmon
Terms oa Application
I.O.O.F.,   KBY  CITY  LODOH
Co.  4a
llHt. avery Mouiluy nlghl
•t Bew   Fraternity   Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
H. K. Htephen* W. M.  llnrrlp
N. O. Sec'y
Phone lit
tf. a. Bon MS
Frank Dezall
Agent for
Deeriux &■ McCormick
Mowers & Rigs
Bicycles for Sale.
All Kcpairs Done at Reasoa-
abl« Coil.
Work*:      Opposite Depot
Catholic Church
sluudaya—Low mate at . 5't «.u...
tilfb nu.**, 10 In u.m.. Hun.Uy ecbool
Irom . to 3 p.m., Howry „.i Ben.
ni'tlob at 7 80 p.m.
Monday* and boly daya t obligation—Maee at a uu.
Waaa daya -Man* a. > a.... at tb*
bespit at
I' riamaM*.    O Ml
l> R 1 D B    OF    ORANBROOK
Circle No.   153
Companion* ot the Forest
Meet* lu Carmeu'a Hall, Second and
Fourth Thursday ot eucb Mouth at
3:0.1 p.m., abarp.
Mr*. L. WUIttnker, O. O.
Mi"   1. Heigh, Sec.
Visiting   Companions   cordltitly   wel
■ come. 36M
.'ranbrook      Lodge
No. 1049
Meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
in Royal Black
Knight's Hall on
!.....« Street
Hwoln, dictator
R. S. Garrett,  Sec'y
INDEPENDENT    ORDBR    OF
FORESTERS
.Meets in Royal Block Knlghta Hall
Dakar Htrfft
Meets e.'cry  2nd  nud 4th  Thursday
'.1 each mont'l at ^ p.m. sharp.
Mr..  I,,  Ilayward, Ree.Sec.
Ce... I.a'lds, chief rnngir
V.ftitinir  bretlirei,  madi* welcome
in Manitoba, StiskutcbswaL and Al'
Serta, the Yukon Territory, the North
west Territories and in a portion ol
the Province ol British Columbia,
may be leased lor a term at twenty-
jne yenrs it _ ituiiual rental ot $1
an acre Not more than 2.560 acre*
will be leased to one applicant.
Application lor a lease inu*t b*
mad* by the applicant ln pereon to
the A^eGt or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights appli*d tor
ar- situated.
In surveyed territory the land rnu*t
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions ot sections, and in unsur
veyed territory the tract applied tor
.hall he staked out by tbe applicant
himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $F, which will be
refunded if the rinhts applied for ar*
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty sbnll be paid on tba merchantable output of the mln* at the
rate of nve cents per ton.
Tbe person operating tbe mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn return*
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coul mined and pay the
roynl ty thereon. II the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns Bhould be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but thc lessee may
bs permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for tbe working of
the mine nt the rate of (14.00 an acre
For (ull Information application
should be made to tbe Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion l.nnds.
W.   W.   CORY,
Deputy Minister ol the Interior
N.D.—Unauthorized publication ol j
this advertisement will not hfl paid
for. Jan. 4th-tl
WATER AOT
NOTICK   IS   HEREBY  OIVEN ot
the intention ol tho undersigned to,
apply in thc Lieutenant Governor in
Council tor approval ot their proposed undertaking" and works ln con
miction with Water License No. 10S3,
liatod the 21st dny of June, 1910, tor
nne cubic foot of water per Becoud
. trom Silver Spring Lake, and ln connection with Wnter License No. 1534,
dutcil the 21st dny of Juno, 1910, tor
two cubic feet of water per second
Irom Silver Spring Lake. The maps
and plans of tho proposed under-
taking*   and    works nre now on file
he shull have hud notice.
Dated at Cranbrook  this 17th day
ol February 1913.
J. A.  ARNOLD,
IMt official Administrator
the following described lands in the
District of South East kooieuay:—
COMMENCINU nt a post ploc*d at
or neal 3 miles eaBt ot the C.P.R.
survey line at tbe 32-mile pott,
Bloc* 4593, Kootenay District thence
80 chain* west; thence 80 chulns
north; tbence 80 chaius enst, th'iicc
8h chains south to place ol commencement.
Located Feb.   28, 1913.
Dated tbis 15th .lay ot March, 1918.
FRED  lllUDC.BT,
12-Bt J. Llvlngton, Agent.
COAL AND PlaTI.Ol.EUM NOTICB.
TAKE NOTICE thut thirty days
atter date, 1 intend lo apply to the
Minl.tiir of lnnds for a licence ti
lii. e-t for coal and petro.euiil on
lhe following described/ lands in the
District <f South East Kootenay:—
OOMMHNOINO at a post placed at
or near one mllo cant ot, the S. E.
corner ol Lot 10084, Block 4093,
Kootenay Dlslrlcl; thenco 80 S'lalus
enst; thence 80 chains north, thonce
80 chain* west; thenc* 80 chain* south
to placo ol coiniinulcemont.
Located Feb. 2'.'n I.   1913.
Dated this 15th day ol March, 191*.
T. LIVINGSTON,
12 Bt J. Livingston, Agent.
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Minuter ol lnnds for u licence tj
I ri-s. .'t for conl und petro.euiu ou
tho lollowlng d'Hciitiid lauds lu the
District of Soutb Eust Kootonny:—
COMMENCING at a post placed at
or ir'ur one mile east of, the S. E.
coiner ot Lot 10084, Block 1593,
Kootenay District; thtnee 80 tiain*
south; th uo 80 chulns eart; thence
80 chains north; thrice 80 chains wesi
to placo of comn-encement.
l.o at. d Feb. 2.ul, 1913.
Dated thi*   15th day ol Va-cb, 1913.
J. LIVINGSTON,
12-5t
£__T
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
NOTICE IS HERK1JY GIVEN:
That tht? List of Voters of the CRANBROOK ELECTORAL
DISTUU T hus boun cancelled ami that applications to be placed
on the Voters List will be ivceive.l at my office ut the Govern-
ment Buildings at Oranbrook where printed forms of affidavit to
lie used in support of uu application to vow will be supplied.
The List of Voters claiming to vole will be suspended from and
alter the Seventh (luy of April, 1918, mnl a Court of Revision will
be held on ihe Nineteenth day of May, and notice of objections to
i Iio insertion of uny name on the Registor of Voters must be given
io me thirty clear days before .the holding of the Court of
Revision.
Daied this 4th day of Match, 1913.
A. C. NELSON,
io.* Registrar of Voters for the Cranbrool- Electoral District
PLEASE   NOTICB
Owing to schedule change* in the legal rate ut Victoria and con**'
i.utnt change* In th* various paper* throughout the Province th* "Prod
pector" announces tbat beginning witb January 1st, the following rnarget
will be made lor advertising all legal notices:
Application for liquor license, (6.00; liquor license transfer |B,60,
land purchase 17.00; land lease $7.00; certificate of Improvement
10 cents per line first insertion and 6 cents each subsequent ln**r-
tion; delinquent co-ownership notice 10 cents and 6 cent*; duplicate certificate 10 cents and 5 cent*: water notice 10 cent* and <
ctnta;   coal and p*trol*um notlse 16.00
l-l ill*******
<£__>
TIMBER SALE No. X10.
SEALED TENDERS will be received
by tbe Minister ot Lands not later
than noon on tbe 3rd dny ot March
1913, for the purchase of Licence No.
X10 to cut 12,130,000 feet B.M.,
93,000 railway ties, 16,000 cedar pole*
on Lot No. 274, Group 1, Kootenay
DiBtrlct, near Creston.
Particulars   of Chief Forester. Victoria, B.C. «-13t
TIMBER SALB No. Xll.
SEALED TENDERS will ba received
hy tbo Minister of Land* not later
than noon on the 3rd day ot March
1913, to- the purchase ot Licence No.
Xll to cut 2,520,000 leet B.M.,
45,000 railway-ties, 4,600 cedar pot**
on Lots 3877, 3*878, Group 1, Kootenay District, near Crcston.
Particulars   ot Chief Forester, Victoria, B.C. tt-Ut
TIMBER SALE No. X12
SEALED TENDERS will b* received
hy the Minister ot Land* not later
than noon on the 3rd day ol March
1913, for the purchase of Licence No.
X12 to cut 6,440,000 (eet B.M.,
10,600 railway-ties, 8,500 cedar poll*
on Lot 491, Group 1, Kootanay
District, near Creston.
Particulars   of Chief For»*t*r, Victoria, B.O. 49-l»t
TIMBER SALB No.  X13
SEALED TENDERS will be received
hy tbe Minister ot Lands not later
than noon on the 3rd dny of March
1913, for the purchuse of Licence No.
Xia to cut 4,160,000 feet B.M., and
C5II cedar poles on Lot 281, Group 1,
Kootenay Diatrict, nenr Creston.
Particulars   of Chlel Forester, Victoria, II.C. 49-Ut
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT.
(Section 48)
NOTICB 18 HEREBY GIVBN that,
.mil open for public inspection nt tbo | ou the  1Mb day of April neit, appll
olllce of the Wnter Commissioners at|cotion will be mado to the Superln
Sto 8-tantotrfc
MONTREAt.
THE standard U th** National
Wc-uki)*   Nowipopor of  Lho  Dominion
of  CufitirJu.       it   In   nttlOnol   lit   .th   Um
aim*.
It man tlm mr-jit (■xp<-rv.*tvt- inffrav-
iiix*., procuring tin. photogr*phi from
nil ovor tlio worl..
li-* nrtloloi are otrofully saUoted umi
lii tentorial polloy in thoroughly
Indopendonti
a Rtibforlplion io Tha Standard
ooiia $2-00 ptr yf-ir to nny iddroi In
Canada or Qr«nl liriiuin.
TRY IT FOR 1912!
Msntr*al   Stand-.d   Putili.bi.iu  Co,
lalmnad,  P"binhe.e.
THK ORANBROOK  POULTRY  AND
I'BT HTUI.'K ASSOCIATION
President—0.   1<    Sheppunl
Meet., regularly on the Klret Friday
evening ol ennh month.
Information on Poultry mutters
supplied,
...ldrean the Secretary—A'. U. Smith
P.O. Uoi in, Oranbrook, U.C.
East Kootenay
* Mercantile
House
A Full and Complete
Line of Harness
Saddles, Etc
Everything Up-to-date
Repairing  it  Spccialty
the Government Building in the City
of Oranbroolt nml at the office of the
'omptroll.r of Water Rights at th*
Parliament Building* in Victoria,
and objoctlons to thc approval of the
Bald propose! iimlertnkinw and work
may be illoil nt the office of tbe Provincial Becrfltary in Victoria within
t.venty ilnys alter the Maid dat* ot
illluiK.
Dated thi. mil day of Eehruury,
1913.
The Elko Water, l.u.ht *. Power
10-fit Company, Limited.
OFFICIAL  ADMINISTRATORS
ACT
Notice >s hereby Riven that on the
17th day of February, 1918.
IT WAS ORDERED BY His Honor
Qaorg* ll. Thompson, D**,-*., Judjcu ol
the County Court ol 10.' st Kootenay.
tlmt -Inin.'» A.Arnold,Olllclal Admlnls
trator for thnt portion ol tbe County
of Kootenay Inoluded in the Blec-
tornl Dlstr ct of Crnnbrook lie Ad-
'iilniHtriit.ir oi nil nml lingular thn
estate of Ttiomni Denntson, deceaaed
Illtl'Stlitl;.
Bvery person ImlOhted to the mini
Iiii'iiiihi'iI iii required to make payment f.iithwitii to iiii) undorsigned.
Bvery penon havim; in pimseHHiott
(fleets belonging to tho deceoeed is
required foithwith to notify the
iiiiiliiri.lKiioil,
Kvery crodltol ni other poiaolt
having nny claim Upon or lntere.it
In ihu distribution of the .state of
tlm »i.t.i iieceiiscil is required to seinl
liefore the allot, ilny of Mnrch, 1913
next, by rerlstereil mail iut.lren.wd
to the undersigned,    Inn name    and
tendent of Provincial Police tor the
transfer ot the licence for the sale
of liquor by retnil in and upon the
premises known us the "Tourist Hotel." situate nt Dull River, British
Columbia, Irom Jnmes Bates of Bull
Itlver, British Columbia, to John
McTavlsh ol Crnnbrook, British Columbia.
DATBD this   Uth   duy of March,
1918.
JAB. RATBH,
Holder of Licence,
JOHN McTAVISH,
Applicant for Tranter.
CRANBROOK I.AND DIBTRICT.
Dletrlct ot Houth east Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Thos. Chris
tlnn, contractor ol Cranbrook, B.C.,
Intend thirty days after iluti to apply to the Minister ol Lands for permission to purchase the following
dracrlhed lamia: Commencing at a
post planted at tb* Houth oust corner ol Lot 10I0A, thcncii lliast 40
chain*, thencs Houth 40 chains,
thtnee Wis 40 chair*, thenc*
North 30 chi.hu. to Moyle River, thenco 10 chain* ilium- siiil river
to point of commencement; contain
Ing 100 acre* more or Its*.
Dated March "til, 1913.
TIIOB. CHRISTIAN,
A. II. tirnce, Agent.
11-91.
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTIOB
TAKB NOTIOB Ibat thirty day*
alt™ dut.* 1 Intend to apply to the
Minister of lumln lor a licence to
prospect lor coal und petroleum on
8BALBD TENDERS aldrea.ed to
the undersigned and eudo.-sed "Ten
d*r lor Wharf at Wil ow Point, B.
C," will ba received at this office
until 4.00 P.M., on Monday, Aprl
Ma 1913, for the construction of a
Wharf at Willow Point, District ot
Kooten .y, B.C.
Plans, specification* and forms of
contract can be seen and forms ol
tender obtained at thla Departmen
and at the offices of C. G. Worafo'.d,
Esq., District Enginer, New Westminster, B.C.; J. P. Forde, Esq.,
District Engineer, Revelstoke, B.C
nnd on application to tbe Poetmatt
er at Willow Point, B.C.
Persons tendering are n,tiffed that
tenders will not be considered unless
made* en the printed forms supplied
and *lgnd with their actual algna-
tures, stating their occupaion* anl
places ol residence. In the case of
firms, tbe actual signature, the nature ol the occupat on, and place o'
resldenco ol each member ot tbe firm
must be given.
Bach t 'ne'er must be accompanied
by iin nccipt d cheitto on a ihvt;r
ed bnnk, payable to the order ot the
Honourable the Minister ol Public
Works, equal to ten per cent tlOp.c.)
ol tbe amount ol tbe t.oier,
which will be forfeited if tbe
person tendering decline* to tn
ter Into a contract wben called upon to do so, or lull to complete the work contracted lor. Ill
the tender be not accepted tbe
chaiue will be returned.
Tbe Department does not bind it-
nlf to accept the" lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DBBROCHBRB,
Secretary.
Department of' Public Work*,
Ottawa, March 14,  1913.
New»pai*:'s wtll not bt paid lor
tbi* advertisement 11 tbey insert it
wll bout authority from tbe Depart-
mont.-3C»47. IMt
TIMBBR HALK X34.
HEALED TRNDBRB will I* received by the Minister of Lan. • not inter
tluiniioo.i en the 13th day ol May,
1913, lor the ptiichuse ot Licence No.
X34 to cut 7,198,217 teet ol timber,
180,897 nillway-tl*s, 448,(91 mine-
props, B6C e.dar j olra, nnd t,7il
posts in Inn Is within Lot 4591,
Group 1, Kootenay, neur Moyle I.ak*.
Three years wlll he allowed lor tbe
removal of this timber. Particular*
ol thief Forester, Victoria, B.C.
It-It
| LEADERS j
RYBS
Gooderham A Wort*, special
B. C. Distillery Co., special r.aeri.
Corby'* Special select
WINBB
Sparkling Burgunuy   Pommery See.
Mumm* Extra Dry    Whit* Seal
CALIFORNIA   WINES
Claret
Hock
Obablls
/ Tlppo Gblante
Italian Orappa
Create Blanca
Vermouth
Family Order* Promptly Filled
A Full Lln* ol ottwr Cholc* Brand* of Wine*, Spirits and LI-
SCOTCH
Dawson'* Old Currio
Dawson's Rare Liqueur
Duw*on's Special
Dewar'* Special
King George IV
Black & Wblte
Kilmarnock
Tallaker
Caledonian
White Horse Liqueur
White Horse Cellar
Regalia
Glen Arthur
Spey Royal
Rotbmor*
Distillers Llqunur
queurs.   Cigar* and Bar Glasses.
A. C. BOWNESS |
Phone 95—Wholesale Wines and Spirits—Box 8    _
Cranbrook* B.C.
iW»l«l»l«l«lalkl*lal.l.l*WI«lMl.ll._BIir|
PATENT    APPLIED
 FOR	
PHONE 340 FOR PARTICULARS
|    If yuu want yuur mill connected wilh a
perfect Blower System by men who
huve expert experience,
apply to the
Cranbrook Plumbing, Tinsmithing, and
Heating Company
W. P. Johnson. & Co., P.O. box 004
WORKS-Edward Strcot      •    ■      Cranbrook, B.C.
We guarantee to take off any hack
pressure »»n any system already installed.     •
BOTB-MBl
TIMBBR SALB X38.
HBALKD TKNDKRH will bt received hy the Minister ol Lnnds not later
thm noon on the 13th day of May,
1913, lor tbe purchase ol tht timber
In a Hume 9,C40 feet In length, situate on I n Is within Lot' 4591, Group
1, Kooten'iy, n ar Moyle Lake. Three
years wlll be n Towed lor removing j
thin timber. Particulars ot Chlel For
enter, Viclorln, U. O. U-»t
I n I'll TTTIT1"ITI™ I TITItTTTT ITI l"l"t"l I'TTT'I l'l .
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
CRANBROOK-WASA
Automobile   will  he run   weekly   on
TUESDAYS
between Cranbrook and Wasa connecting with incoming and outgoing
trains. Good Passenger Accomodation.
j N. Hanson
*+-. a a I*. .M-i .      ********************
LIQUOR    TRANHKBR.
NOTICK IH HBRBBY OIVBN that'
uppllcatlon will he made ti the Lle-
enri. Oommla'onera (of the City ol
Cranbroolt, ut lb lr r*tt meeting,
belli thirty days h(rentier, lor *
transfer ot tbe bote! Hence held by
A. I). Cameron lor tht Cosmo1 o'lti'n
Hotel, situate on lul 20, anl tbi
wrtt fourteen l«'t of let 3'. '» D1°''**
110, l'l 11 6M, Cninh'OO'-, B. O., t)
.to.eib r". Campbell nnd Jtbn Armour ol Cranbrook, II. O.
Dated nt Cranbroolt, B.C., tbi*
.nib day ol March,   1913.
A. D. CAMBRON.
| A.  WALLER  j
• MASONRY 1
i
MASONRY
X    Steam   Hniliir,   FuNIIMH'i
x      and SoptlC Tunli worl.
• H'leoiatlly
Coat and hIiu'Ii «>h!tni.il>*'-
x   furnmlu'd on it|.|.li. mli'ii
Makes Short Work of
RHEUMATISM
pMp*Mit. il «ixl ftfipnrcntlr honltM teaen et
li, mi i. a, i.iitiii.nKo. flout, Nf-urthna and all cl.i
fiirma of Kli-u timi iim yield tl one* to Abbott Ilu •
IllH'iitiiMh.* Jli \f.   Like an wiital of nwttv ll
hiir-pivpiiliminni r«<ll(ti timlMp-forHk«niufr«rt*ri,
IIII.-.I il faun IhiIi of wony and for !U yur*
hin MM nn ii.;< men, womnn and chlldrait for
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mi . j ur palni Rl »«<■■• *urt your cur* today.
Hint | r«pMlrl by Ablietl Din., 711 (I. Ilntrb<iii<Hl.t
On 'iv *. HI . If ytair drU|«Ut doaa i.ut Wt* li
*     Sold By thi
Cranbrook Drug 1 Book Co. THE  PROSPECTOR.  CRAXBROOK,  B. C.
Vhat Wbrffrx Wj\NT
or- FXTnra Timet
This Is Likely to Be
a Most Momentou.
Year, in the Opinion
of Leading Suffrage
Workers, and Their
Sex May Get Most
of Its Rights
1'Xf HAT do women .cant of Father
#/Xr Time, in the new year of 1913.A
* * Please   don't all  speak   at
once; aud don't say, "Fates and money."
[There is room enough, on this broad platform
of New Year wishes* to put itl bids for plenty
of other items, from true love to perpetual
youth, together with tils mailer waist measure,
a perfect complexion, a better husband than
the woman next door, a small family, a higher
education, four new dresses, no mothers-
in-law and the lash word.
Think of yourself, not as the only
woman in the world, but as only a woman
in the world; and then you'll think like a
large number of others who, right now, arc
wishing so hard that yon can almost hear
them, and working so hard that the world
must hear them, for several supreme gifts
that Time alone can bring to all, and Time
seems pretty certain to bring after a while.
177/6' real question is whether 1013 is to be
thc year.
Will it be thc year, as Rev, Caroline
Harriett Crane hopes, when the ten states that'
have given woman votes shall prove sufficient
lamps lighting the way to universal suffrage
for the sex? Will it be thc year, as Mrs.
Lucy B. Johnson, wife of Kansas' chief
justice, hopes, when woman shall everywhere
fake an octree interest in affairs outside the
home, now that thc men have left her so little
to care for in the home? Wiil it be thc year,
as we all hope, when woman can enter the
labor market on terms of equality with men?
Thc year is here. Those who ask may
receive.
THE Rev. Dr. Crane, of Kalamazoo. Mich., Is
one of the most prominent feminine minister.*
ln America, and is known from one end of tlio
country to tin? other for hcr sanitary inspections and civic housocleanings. She believes that 1013
Will eo down in history as tho turning point In the
campaign for women's rights. Sho contend that.
American women will show, to a far greater extent
than ever before, their abilities ns civic housekeepers,
lawmakers and voters, and that tbelr Influence cannot
lielp but bave Its effect on tlic entire nation.
Doctor Crane's careful study of lho subject has
convinced her that a brighter era for hcr sex Will
dawn on Now Year's day.
''This cannot help but be the banner year for tho
modern and progressive women of the United States,"
she says. "Think of tho thousands and thousands of
women who have Just been given tho rights of tho
franchise In Michigan, Kansas, Oregon and Arizona,
thus adding four states to the half dozen that wero
already ln the ranks of equal suffrage,
"This In Itself speaks volumes for the New Year.
Tho women of these ten dales will be given opportunities far greater than ever before In lho history of oup
country to show wbat a valuable asset tbey really
are. There Is not a doubt that thoy will lako advantage of these uew-fouml privileges' Their Influence
cannot but spread to lho oilier states and show that
llie woman citizen Is no longer a Joke—that sho is
aa necessary In the larger housekeeping of the community ns she is In ber own homo,
•■iinl it te particularly In the newly enfranchised
states Uiat wonderful Miidcs of advancement will bo
made by womankind, for the entire complexion of tho
thought of Iho women lu those section* wlll undergo
material changes, Thla evolution Is a matter ot
growth (Holdout to all such victories.
"CURING CHARITY" DOOMED
"Another thlm* that promises much for the women
or the future is the growing tendency among »■» to
iivcicbmo tlm so-called 'curing' charity. Wo nre getting down |o tlm true basis of philanthropic work.
This is particularly ovldont In matters of civic nml
cum nut nlty improvoinont. Preventive work Is now the
keynote. Women arc no longer eoniciit to patch up
In llie rollofs and reforms they undertake; they have
how loomed to gol at iho root of the ovllo.
"There 'Is not a shadow nf a doubt thut, In tha
coming year, women wtll broauou noticeably their o«-
tiviti'H iti iii"  vurious professions; and,
hidiit-. to Inaugural •■■"
thi-ir value us 'uomm
of women for th« bill
rl(, tin
with  their
  Will   StlOW
housokoopori.'   Tho fitness
t will iio demonstrated In overy
umi • in ""- Union within tbo nest twelve inontlis;
1)10 foundation work for new victories will be laid
In Home of these states, it in Imimsslbto lu Mop ihli
iiii.* of demouracyt M is resistless."
Mrs. Johnston doesn't wish, at this singe of woman's
Affairs   in   polities,    Hliu   eXpe-OtS.    And   iho  t'Uitht   to
know what to expect, for she was president of tlm
Kansas woman's Suffrage Association, tlio leader of
11n* nu. .vi..'Mil fltthl in Hi" r.iiiiiiiiH-ii In which hoi'
husband won ro-oleolod lo servo Ills twenty-ninth yonr
on Ihe r.tain supremo bflnoll* Here is Dm woman |>"li-
tii Inu talking, learned by iu..rrJ,i|j.) and practical hy
experlouooi
"Tim victory in our siatn was not remarkable, it
was only what we oxpeotod. It was lust a natural
pioiiiollou.  I'or wn  hftVO lind school Hiiflriigo fur llfly
years and municipal suffrage for twenty*five years,
nml wo had prohibition sentiment buck of us. Ho tho
battle was not a Inird-fouKht one.
"It seems to nm that wa nro pretty well pact thn
Wishing Stage. We nro nt thft level now of aonndSiit
ricpimtatloii. I believe tho new year In hound to mntk
a change lu tbe statu-, of women throughout tho country, for, with women voters in ten states, tho Influence of llm sex cnunot but bo felt. Women wlll no
longer have to educate tho men ns to their necessities,
nr beg for men's Indorsement for needed bills, Tho
men wlll come to them, All parties wlll want .heir
help now. Tbo educational campaign Is over. Thin
same influence in going to hurry tho otber states Inlo
ih" CMunl-Kiiffrnge fold. roll.leal parties wlll bo glad
to Indorse the women to teet tbeir HUpnort.
"Men have recognized thut tho placing of this Intellectual burden on womon Is n good thlm; for the
sex und tho race, and that the inglnlalui-o-i, and ovory-
'""' to our laws, will be more dignified
-£.   . In ttio lawmaking power.
Men, when they legislate, think nothing of l.im- -king
ono anothor down If things don't ko lo suit them.
They would not dream of doing such a thing lf soma
of their follow*lcglslntors were women.
"It In only natural that women in this modern ago
should tako an Interest In lho affairs of tlio community nnd tbo state, for tho men have taken their old-
time Industries, such as sowing, weaving, spinning anfl
preserving, nut. of (ho homo uitd tinned them Into su
many Industrial fields.
,     "An Immense amount of good to Christianity cnii-
tbiug appertaining to our laws,
for woman's participation   n
Men, when they legislate, tbln
not help but result from the change. Whether a
woman wants the power of suffrage or not, it will
compel hcr to give more activity to her Intellectual
self. She will have to keep pace with tho times and
Informed on political Issues. That will tend to make
her a better comrade for her hUsbatid, for tbey will
have a mutual Interest in the outside World os well
as In the home. And It will make bar :i better mother,
for she will be more capable of training her children
to citizenship,"
There, you see, is one woman at least who Is asking of Father Time a whole Jot of things for hor »-*x
lu addition to votes-an education so high that tho
colleges  can't  Klvo   ll;   n  husband   who   in,.11   ho   her
companion in truo Intellectuality, if sh« bas to raise
lier pwn level to reach him. and children who shall bo
better citizens because. In tho time to como, she shall
be ;i belter mother.
A woman of that 1.1ml, Who In her own person has
nl ready proved what Mrs. Johnston expects, is Mrs.
Huntley Russell, of Grand impios, one of the wealthiest women In Michigan. Her husband was land com-
r.i:-.loner; be lost  his election t'> COIlgl'CSS, people said,
because hla wife was a suffragist, nud ho lost by only
ion votes. Mrs. nussall concluded that, if only 106 votes
stood between his popularity and that of suffrage, sho
ought io bo ablo to turn'tho scale iu any fair light.
.-•he was tbo daughter nnd an holress or former Congressman Comstock, and politics was her home atmosphere, sho went right out In the rocent campaign
nnd fought for suffrago from end to end of her state.
slip -won tbe stiilo fight for women's rights, and «h«
learned what she regards as tho brightest augurloa
for woman's happiness, due to be largely fulfilled
during the coining- year.
"Women." alio says, ■■are becoming moro broad-
led and moro active In civic ond community
affairs. The new year must bo a bright ono for the
entire eex. Tho state, as we know it today, ls only
:i larger home, and the man's tablo of values is bal-
ancOd by the woman's point of view. Men and women
are working together for tho benefit of tiie community, nnd this Is becoming moro general every dny.
Men no longer ask women ridiculous questions as* to
what they know nbout boys' play, or why they want
to meddle with tho education of tho children. They
have ceased telling her that a mothei':, place Is ln the
home, not lu the school house. Today tho men aro
beginning to realise that a mother should have some
say, nnd plenty of It, ln tho education of her children.
"Men nro realising keenly lho Injustice of tho old
stale of affairs, A woman's opinion was never considered, Nobody cared what she thought Men talked
impressively about tho blessed influence of women;
but now, in ten stales nnyway, lt will no longer be
talk. The women will show tbelr Influence with their
votes. Thoy aro tired of being on tbo repair squadj
they want to get on tbo regular Job."
FROM  VERMONT TO  OREGON
The president of the Oregon Eq.ua! Suffrage Association. Mrs. Jackson Hidden, Is a veteran of tbo war,
Sho organised tbo movement in Vermont thirty years
ago, and she has boon fighting ever slnco. To her,
mound Lhe great central right of suffrage, there cluster innumerable needs, wants, hopes ami wishes of
hor sex, which lhe coming year promises to bring
cither Into realisation or so much nearer to it that
their fuluro presence can he f<it. Timo, when It shall
havo given women nil that Mrs. Hidden discerns
among its hontaous, will leave fow troubles whloh the
laws of tho land cnn remedy, she seemed so hopeful
of   1'iither  Time'.*,   obliging  disposition   that   she   was
asked whether i.*i.". Is gomg to bo a "woman's year."
"That nuestion," she replied, "is probably heat answered by tho slogan wo had In Oregon during the
lust   campaign.    We   had   a   map   (-mowing   California
nm) Washington, the suffrago states, with a man und
tt woman standing togcthor; but our own state, lying
lu between, hnd only h uuin mi It. I'nder this wn hud
tbe caption, 'Man cannot llvo without a woman.' It
won tho point. 'J'ho men of Oregon roallxed that they
needed tho women to help ihem in legislative affairs,
nml tliey  were nol-to bu outduno 1".   tho men of tbo
adjoining slates.
"That slogan Is truo throughout tho country lu
almost every walk of life.   Men are reallnlllB that they
need the help of the women not only In the home, hut
In the management of Clvlo affairs and in the professions. Tha women know far better than the men the
needs of thc girls In tho factories and mills; they
Itnow bettor who Is responsible for unhealthy conditions in tenement houses; the mothers nro the best
judges of the schools and the playgrounds.
"I do not think tbat there Is a doubt that the
fluenco of women will begin tu be fe.t from this
time forward. Not that tbo women are more capable
now than they ever were, but It has taken them ell
theso years to educate the men as to their usefulness.
And tbe men have found that they need the women
just us much in the housekeeping of the city and
M-itc as in tbe housekeeping of the home where their
■ hlldren aro reared."
MORE PROMISING THAN EVER
All LhcBo wishes, which look so much llko longings
for tho extension or suffrage on their surface, but
\ally mean the remedying Of the evils Mrs. Hidden
perceives underneath, liavo » better chance of ...inlng
truo in 1913 than evor before. Tbey are the sequels
of suffrago, aa they were also Its forbears. As for
suffrago, that means to nil theso ends, It remains »
matter of separate, yard gains toward Lho goal. How
one of those struggles onward Is looked to for tha
coming year may be scon in tbe words of Mrs. Charles
Frederick Firth, the BUffraglst leader f Covington,
ICy, .She Is confident that tbe new tear will be the
real year for the new woman. .She Intends lo lest htr
belief by Instituting an equal-suffrago fight In Kentucky this year, assisting Miss Clay, tho state president, who Is a daughter of Casslus Clay, the war-tiroo
ambassador to Russia.
".."« will havo tho first opportunity this year of
giving our men an object lesson in voting, and we will
show them how capably women can exercise tbo franchise, for wo wero given school suffrage at ihu last
election, Wn are going tho atop further In asking for
our full rights. This Is a fight In which < rery woman
In the Union should bo Interested, for Kentucky, back
in j838, waa tho flrst to grant tho right or suffrage
tb  women.    It   was a BChool  suffrage,   but,  ftrnmra  ta
say, It only gave tho ballot to wldo
dron nt sehool.   That was a curious
probability, tho other mothers protosl
was  repealed.    Later, another  schoo
granted;  but lt woh repealed, nnd l.<
final  law.    It bas nn  educational clause  ■
thoroughly   approve,   and   gives   lhe   V I
those women only who can rend and wrlti
"The women of dear old Kentucky ■ re
and v.-n expect to glvo our support to the
the other states who, like ourselves, will
lllUSlnStn   tn   tlio   needs   ami   tho
ring Hi" coming yeur I  thlt.t*
chilli all
Lilt     IO
will not be
iim  ol  [ran*
.-ling cam-
In tribute
only u Ber!
apllvo  Alia
Mlnotau
'Cowet-rVere Stylish 4oooYzars A_io
YJ-.S, snya good, I'tiivfnl, oomolonlloui, brutal
Dootor, witli tho awful authority of iclonoo
in his tone.*', aoriot- nre it comparatively
ltiodtii. invoiitioiii bolng tlic Intn outcome
ot women, idiotic vanity uuil man's fiendl
ingenuity.
Wo liftvo abandoned Lho primitive Blmpllolly
at ihe beautiful Greeks; wo liavo laced lo scorn
iim amplo and healthy outline., of Ilia Voiiub al
Mllo j wo havo arrogated ii> oursolvcs Ilio Blonder.
Horponllno wisdom which Uio Bavagn daughters ot
Evo uro still too wlso to acquire; wo nre the monu*
mental fools ol' tho ages which, until medieval
torturca gnvo tliu llrsi excruciating hints nu tlm
subject, Imd loo muoh sonso lo iry to bot I la up
ft twciiir-Htx-ini'Ii lot of vital organs In an olghtoou*
inch iliupliruuui.
Doctor i« very strong on lilstory. Ho otixt otto
lhe B_ool*iron corsols ilmi mada n womart look liko
a cruiser prow of HM- during lho period of QilQOU
Kli/.nbelh; lie can (loscrlto the cartoons of Uio
Georgian om, when ladies' mnidi woto hired for the
brawn thoy eould put on stay luces us well hh Uio
bltill ihoy epuld displny on Ino hair,
Kvery timo Doctor fuhninaleB, poor woman
Blands aghast at ber Imponding ftilo, mul malcofl u
Holoron vow Unit. bIio'b going lo go without corsols
altogether} ami bIiq kcops .', too • somo times as
n hour nnd n Quarter,
noxl lime Dootor Lips nnd Biiorts, nml
iik aboul the tortures of tlm InmilsiUon,
Hinit; don't, trom bio.    ifust nsk him ono
ii,   itomnrki negligently:
how about- ilia womon of anolont
T 111*3 archoologlits haven't nulla so Uled it yoi,
hut LllO m litest l)iey*Vfl gOl down to lh" dute/',
Ihoffl women <>f ancloht Crots worn woailng
corsets, and looking line in ihem
rosri ago,   Ths Creoles wore
TllO  OrOolfS   hml   in   hi'Kll
fhs. flnes| flower of   '
st maidens
  tono
iiim   I.i-hIiIi-.   ihi'in.
Cretans left off,
    .     Mi>tiMii(i|iv iiiid tin roois
mo 1.-.1 in ni- vanished ltinKd»ui nr Cretoi ttn raided
Imro on fi-iiu-H wllli the Croups; im fui
thn
wore givon over to thon
labyrinth  mav havo be n
lore run ti> iiuallfy the i
with their new overlord*,  .._      ..,   -
been elicited by their nrst experience with the Cretan
comet.
Jt taken only halt a kIiiuco tu iiienlifc tho illicit
r>f tho corset under tbo c.uventionai attire oi tint
women wlio laughed and flirted nml loved i*;.i many
thousands of yearn ago that now imt a word ot the
written recorda they left, ian be Interpreted,
They wore their corsets for vanity's sake, ton, just
liho tholr sister-sufferers of today. The climate was
ail right: ninl their flguros wero all right, 'iin- men
of iho kingdom woro strictly utilitarian In ihelr costume.; a llttlo pair of swimming pants and a l'ghl heart
wore all tbey asked, or needed, .tut the women wero
resplendent In skirts that woro alternately inclined
to tho ho«p and the hobble, in waists tlmt pinched
tholr figures Into rivalry with lho wasp's, and lu
dooolloto rivaled  only   by  that  of   tbo  men    In    front
view, but equaling tho late, respected Queen 131 Ira-
be th and ber run" as t» tbo back.
pr. Kdith H. Mall, who has done some notable delv*
Ins among tho ruins of ancient Crete, soya that tho
ovTdencQ of oorsotSi un shown in many ngurlnoi de
signed then and recently tounu, together with outline drawings nml other remains, in boyontl dispute.
"Porcelain figures, in colors, which havo heen un-
earthed In Crete," rhe said, "klve ample proof that
tho women of tho anclont kingdom of Crete wore corsets ami dresses which, savo for some details, were
lho samo as the fashions modorn women Indulge in,
ami that was 2000 it. c, n, whole millennium betoro the
GreekB aniuunted to enough to play ihelr part tn civilisation.
"Here Ih onn of u number found at Pctsofa, a
rocky citadel of ilio old kingdom. It Is of excellent
porcelain, about ei^ht Inches in height, and is iinlahed
In colors    whito .itiii»e:i on iv nround of  brlcklsh  red.
Notn the Robespierre collar and tho contour of tho
waist under the extremely largo girdle, l pimuid not
think tlm rii'ii"i. worn by tim womon of lhe iim«
wero anytmng no huge, or that tho skirts were so
voluminous. The girdle, an it uppears here, Is probably nn exaggeration, conventional t<> tiie art of tho
period: and iho skirt ban u peculiarity of shape which
Indicates that tlio potter may have b.'« n a designer
of vases. -Ko those two Items or tlm Cretan woman's
dress must he taken with many grains of allowance,
although they woro undoubtedly realities, only on a
mora conservative plane,
"in  this  other figure,  n   piece twolve  Inches  in
height,  the colors are a light  brown on a ll;tht   lino
ground, Tim similarity to many features of modern
dress for women i» remarkable. The figure wears a
relatively tight skirt and over It a small mnl (piito
pretty apron. The bodice is extremely low, ami if over
a jaoKOI was typically bolero, h*rs is one. One of tho
French arohoologlsts who were working in Crete exclaimed,  when hi- raw ihe limit-;
"'Why, those women are true Psrlslennes!'
"The Cretan dross had  reached u-Ih stags of It*.
evolution  about   1600  li.  ('..  ami  tin-  fftCM,  Dn you  can
see, are very well modeled. This particular piece was
found under the floor of » small room "f the print
Cnossus palace, bidden in a f**** r< t treasure i heht.
That   tall   tiaras   were   In   fashion   thui,   v. Ith   piwyai
for trimming, ran be seen from the towering IWBn-
dress. It seams likely that this i-.au the (.nit>><in uf
tbe godd.es symbolised In the il.ure,
THEIR CUTE  LITTLE CURLS
'•Hei e nre two photographs of frc»cos lu the
Cnossu palace, The bit; knot st the back <>f the ii..*k,
on om- Ugure, seems a son of very high sash, or bow.
Crude an Is tho drawing, th« face Is far mom into
thnt of a mSi-l one would t >p- ■ t t-> meet in the t'nltcd
Btatos loday than like the ISgyptlan typos so familiar
from other frosoos, and the stray curl over tho biow
is just such as a Kin miMiit imi ni km in nowadavi The
other picture Ib thoucht to show n girl In lnt pi <■»
of a stow, graceful posture dance; ber oxtended nuns
nud lier tljliiK tri'SHe*. (jive ri'mnd for the iissiim|.t|',n.
jibe, too, wears a bolero Jacket, with tliiht, hhort
sleeves und well-doflned bodies,
-•Thoso similarities are not accident nl or over-
stralned.   The Annual of tho British Bchool at Athons
has   made   OXtenslVQ   lompai lsoi,n   with   modirri   lash-
ions,   iu tho Cnossus polaoe there Ih » series of free-
cos  In   mfiilatiire,   whh h  show   tlio   Women   Of  ftri-bnt
Crete iu groups, In front of iInti- homes nml gordons—
liiiiiio-.'i vory mm h lib,, ours, ibreo sloilen \OnU. with
casement wlntlffWfl above tbo first floor, Which WOro
built   "I'   BOlidly     The   general   effn 1   of  these  groups
is to Impress the spectator with the existence <>f _
biifbiv orannlsed society, vory mu-h Him ours In tho
Hi.lie   of  It <  floVOlopmont,   Stllliini'lv  liho   OUTfl  III  ' om-
nansan with um llowlns draperies of ihe Oreeks win*
11 v.i '1000 S ears af t> rwm d '-
"Im. you iiiuilc ibat means we'll hove m wrestls
with  ■ fashions for anolhot   i»f'" ■•"", kef  ws
Mniiio on ib« heauUful simplicity of ihu Qrc«ks7" mus
11,ill   v. as unit oil.
"I'm afraid lo ihliih anylhtflR abMit  It at  a
rejoined,    emphatically.       "Who eon    lell
fashion7"
Ho wo con neither hope nor despair,   Du
„ld I tor. If bs wnntM to lm nasty whon > ou nil hliu
nbout iiioso buxom oreaturoi who squosied thoir
waists tn <ooo years ago, can answer, with a gooa
ileal of trUlhl
"Well, iirei.'t  Ihoy all dead;'
iiim
bout
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mli YEAR
ORANBROOK, B.C MARCH Uftd.
No. 12
Now that Raster Is here tbu question naturally arises in our minds as
to bov ■'■■■ should ■...ind the da/ nnd
.ii .< li it a..nit. ffhat does it meat,
to us and foi us? Ij. .Ur ih a pre
pttuati'.u ol the uld Jewish PaBfOVer,
and the name Is derived from "East
■ i," the Anglo Saxon goddess ol
Spring. While we, as Christians, t n
tlmt day commemorate tha ressurec*
>n . cl r Bt from this grave, yet
the name1 is much oldor than that o.
the Christian ' h"'reh so t.ip Ilea of:
:elebratlon n; n t instituted t>\
Christ
Friday being tha day altei the cru
tuion of our   Saviour   und    Bund a]
that  ol  th.* restriction, thesa  twt
days have to many, been kept sacred,
>r as fasl and worBhlp d.iys ol each
v\eek nud in a larger Bense Oood Krl
day and   Easter    Sunday ure to tht
year whnt ordinarily Friday nnd Sun
daj   ure  to   tne   week.     Then:  Is  no
trace of thu celubration uf EaUer.t.
u Christian festival la the New 'Ic-
tament or In the writings of the ap
o&tolic fathers.    The s nctlty of spec
lal times or place wna nn .de.! quitt
foreign   (rom   th ■   early   Cbrlstli n
mind.ibctng too much abaorled in tin
events themselves to think of thi, ex
ternal   accident.    Tbey rather looked
unto   all   time   he   a   festival   unto
Christians   ine   so of tho   excel encj
ol good thin--, which hai been given.
The    Christian   who    dwells   in    the
truths of Christ as our own Passover  Is evcr,j   day   keeping un   Eascei
least.     The apostles had no thoughi
of appointing fast (lays,  but   -I ur.
iny   upon  a  life  of    purity   nnd  holiness, but   the. ( brietians bcin^' descended from tht- Jowlsh church, naturally continued to observe the -leu
ish  festhals arttl  thUB  we h\e our
Enster.    Coning  then, . s* a relic o
ancient iin'-'.., wc hnve to meet it nm.
ape it.    Parents have an opportunity
ol explaining  u ■■    Jewish   Patsosci
und   the   succeed ua   hist »ry   of tht
Jewish nation ■■ rl the eultuin iiion oi
ail in the death and resaurrectlon bt
Christ,    it Is a time for arising oul
of oui old blives Into newness ol Uf;
and activity      It is a call to bftt-t
living and thus make lile, death and
the   va it  forovei    ime  grand   swrot
song.
»   •   *   •
Tho deadlock in the House of Com
mons o/cr the naval hill, for,, naval
aid tu tin- Empire, continued into ith
eleventh duy i n Saturday last, ihe
critical stage in the light, which! U,
.ui the second cIuusj ol tbe bill, pro
..diriK $35,01-10,000 appiopii.ilii a, wn
precipitated on Friday night when
thc government moved tot limit the
dlscuBston lo t ic clnuso under consld-
ntmu anl allow o.MO'lition member i
to disease the principles o! tho lill,
Robert Rogct-H, thu raembon who In
'rodured this motion, announced that
it was th determination o! tlu- government Lo tress this hill through
pni i ami nl
it ih emphatically significant both
oi thu magnitude ind ol tho rapidity
ol   ri I way   const ncUoii   progrOBB    In
British Columbln, tbat, according-, to
the India ii tab'e reports of the Kot-
estry Rntib field oUclah, then; nrt
al present nu fewer than l^iiti miles ol
railway building within llntUb Columbia, all but about CM miles being
under   provincial   jurisdiction exclus
ively. As for tbe new uatiou.il roads
now under construction through Brit
ish Columbia—the Grand Trunk Pad
tic and tbe Kootenay Central—it is a
satisfactory condition that Insofar as
forest protection is ' concerned, the
constructive activities ol ths build r
ate, by mutual arrangement, brought
■is completely under pro*.nc.al regul
a tion aa are those ut thc
strictly i rovinelul hues, i'him If
broit-ht about through lv.. ... thai
tb" ral way companies ai*:ui • ■'.■' a.
[illed tu tbe Crown, as .•-.■'.■■.•■■ ed tn
and by the provit-c al yo arnmcu.
f-ip ritrht to cut crown timber toi
construction purposes, and when tbi
itjiht wua given it waa made condlt
i« nal upon the companies sutB:rlbini
to and complying with .11 ' e spe*i
regulations governing * • ■ oi'Bii '
ton and operation of railways la Bi
tiph Columbia insofar as forest pro
ccctlon ii. affected.
Just at present   -he' Fores   Brand
■i  particularly  active in  supervislnj
the operation ol the ■& iway I did '-
every mile of tbe work tn hand ba.
'ng  been  gone' o.er   during the past
few weeks .inu repo   b   or*  rded *
headfuarters a- to condition o I I
Ing m  the various districts.     Tbe:.
a-e four stasis m constructive open.
tions along the  railways over wbi u
close supervision te exercised by tb
Forect Br.mh officials.    The Qrst
at  the putting in of the camps an ,
roads.      Then   come3   tbe   stage
right-of-way    elea.iii£,   foi owed    b
th (t   of  cutting  construction  tlmbe
..nd disposing of fh- shush.     In   tl;
aprlng, with the disappearance of th
snow, Inst ; e »r clearings, unless pre
perly attended to at the outs t, ar
likely io constitute a veritable tlm
er bed.    Conditions in Vote r-ig.-rd ai
particularly dangerous in BUch loca1;
tlt3 as th<t district tributary to Tate
.fauns Cache,' where,  with tbi- early
disappearance oi tiie snow about  th
Unit, cf April, the debris naturally nt:
cumulating    alt*..*   the   col Btrt cti' ii
I'nc Ih liable at any time to be fired
liy, the opfia Ions ol primitive rami
cooks, the eureka- throwing of cigar
'tt c*. or    matches,    or   other situila
causes.     As railway  lines at a  full
follow the valleys, nnd na fire te."eu
es, lhe natural law or water and in
evttably rune up Instead of down th
hills tis, Miii- menac.s to the) stand
ng forest  is one of gigantic pro;or
tions, an.l hence It is that this yen
ihe very strictest Buporvialon is licit.
exercised over o I railway construct
ion opcratli n ,, and    more cspeclallj
in the Mount Itolsou I'ark d strict.
Cotl t Par tors thero and nil along thi
line arc  lejulred le'-'rs the Ilrst o
April   to   have   their   rlghts-of-wn,
cleared of all last year's accumulat
ed  dobrls aad  tbe  latter burned,  s<
that the advent of the new grass,nn
general vcgetaUon   may bo haste cu
and ofler nn Impediment to lire oil;
nitlc.n.   Whore tlmhor 1. cut to; con
atructlon purposes—Inclusive of tks
ou Crown hands, thc Department li
row  Insisting tbat nil debrlB ou oi
adjacent to tb . ruht of-way mu-tt b«
immediately limbed oil and plld, to
b" mil st den tly dlspoBod ot by burn
Ing or otherwise an the ofllcers on th
ground mav decide,    Th'o season a1
Hlasb  caused  by   tb ■   taklne crt ot
corb*ruction timber must be cleared
away, accouHn? to con.lit.on-*. ln th
several  locilltlcs,  before  April 1  ui
* fHE type of men who
* wear Fit-Reform
garmento, an- the men who
have ideas about dress and
other things.
They are "the coming men"
and the men who "have
arrived."
We'd like to show you aome
of the new spring styles in
Fit-Reform Suits  and
Overcoats.
fif*,S t
nJv\*
l'\ nr- its
uwnmW
McCreery Bros.
Cranbrook, B. C.
earliest or April 15th at lat.'Bt, and
places wliere thc right-of-way passes
through the companies' own cleur-
:ngs, ire dan^trs must be removed
from three hundred feet on cither Bide
ai* wtll ub on the right-of-way itself,
i 700-foot strip altogether.
These regulations have been rigid y
nfoiced all thi.s past winter along
the G.T.r. to the west of Mile r>3
.inds-lt is intended that a systematic
•utrol shall be inaugurated at the
jnd of tie present month in every lo
:allty where conditions warrant this
innovation.
The department-fully reoagnizes tbe
Important   contributions   to revenue
ibat are received from the forest aa*
.■cl  and  tho   imperative   duty  which
rests upen the Government of thoroughly and adequately protecting tbe
standing   forests,   in    the   Interest
equally of the lumbermen and of the
provincial community generally.    At
,i    rongii    ca'culatlon    tbe    timber
men   cont Ibute    dollar    t >r    doll -r
with the government   toward  torest
protection  to  the  gross    amount of
160,000  per  annum.    Thoy  naturally
leslre to nee   what Ihey aro gettln
or tbe r n • ney.    rue ol  the  mosl
Important fe tures ot the protection
plan is that safeguarding th- wood
from   urea   ori Ina Ing   ihrou b   th
ttiUways    i'i i  .vliil   in construction
tt lu thi it  opera! on     This is ban.
attended to by the Te artm nt wi h
a  vlgoi   and  .i   ''et srralnati m   tba
ii ml 1 .ki..ii; the Um.benu. Interest
U  tbe same   time it entails hoivv
n trges upon t   , rallv ays, and their
iraent ttiona   . ■■    'ih loud and bit
ii .
Dut th tlrabermeu who* cannot se
that tbe Qovernmenf is getting re
-ults for him >".: o! Its Forest Pol
Ecy end hla own coitribution thereto
muat be blind Indeed.
The care th ,t   is   exercised aa   t
c instt uctlon and oP»t -i ■ i  ;-
,ut   i lustrali e  ■ 1  the  thoroui hn a
■;  cbara sr   [ng  tbe lore*t
a   work   la   it*-  various  de
[a
't.et results" e the watchword of
he - i ui th.- acr.>)se is "gett
Ug   :  B   -' *
British Columbia, 1912
(Continued From I a-e One)
he output! of the   pro.Ince.     Stilli
iad a similar output to tbat of 191-
ieen mada by th j e mines, it woub
tave brought the 1S12 ti^ures up to .
g! e    aggregate than  that of 1910
ind so made th. yejr a record one in
oal also.   Btth the FidUick Colliery
au:o:ner  Island,   a:id   that  ol  th
io'.a   Vale/ toal  i.nd   Coke  Com
iany, in Kicola Va ley, showed a dc
reased i>roducticu ;a compared witli
1911; tbe latter has been handicap,>fd
■y  high ttelght    charges,   which ad
erFel,) affected sales o* coal by niak
n- its 'O t at des [nation too big!
(or successful competition with eoab-
lot ho burdet e 1.
Space   limits   niu'te   it   rniesirabl
thit much be. added in review of th
ros^ecta for the year 1913, ?o con
eluding comment will be brief.     Unit tbe winter .<-h.il hive passed nn
t. be known whether or not the sea
o's   mow fall has hem sufficient t
lomisc ade uatc watnr for next Bfi.i
rin's I'lavtl-wu.'h'n'r   operations,   n<
opinion is wat ran el concerning t
mtloo't fo- placer-fo'd mining in 1913
lolt* jro'd production should be we
maintained,   and   Indeed   Increased
vlth   K os Blind,   Nelson,    Boun'ary.
tledley nnl coast mines being bet'e
on the wbote than ln 1^*12. Silver ami
lead   should,   he   produced   in larger
■unntity, but tbe iio.ssi.ullty of thee
b«in§ no lead-bounty aid   aft r  neit
June is unsettling. Tbe Blocan shoul
have the benefit U graater product io
18 a result  of  ill! Canadian   l»ncifi.
Hallway es eiston from Three Fo.'ks
-o Whitewater,   nlilc'i, tontiary   ti
iorne opinion * already p.ibliBbed, did
lot   favor bly   elect   product on   in
1912,  su\e only  in   the case   of the
bucky dim /hie nln.*, for no   oh-t
iroperties made shipments worthy of
.ient;o i   o.er   lh,   now   branc > ii u
last year.    It    should,  and  probablj
will, asi.st the Rain-blflf-CarIbo 3 very
materially this year, and in small-r
lepree several other mines, hut hardly to th? e\t -nt lb.it bus been SUgg-
st d,    Rossland'a pro pe ts are ton
or as large n pre due tion, if not larg
r, tban In   1912, while the b g cop
no mines of Boundary diatrict ma)
ie expected to   keep   up their lar,-,-
mtput so long as the price of coppci
lull  make it  worth  while doing B •.
I he   il il ey  (iol!  Minln:  Company
having added materially to its avail
hit   ore  re mm ves,  is likely  to man
n even  larger production  this year
t,un  la it.    On the lower coast tbi
r It inn ifl ie. win: preparod forac n
dim' lo  Insreosi In output,  ro  o*
his nn    tb te   ma;   he   t"o*'ed   for.
rexada   lab nd  Should   Bdd,ilH  own.
\ r .nr nratlvely small alditlon In m
i^w irin h 'n BVe.nn and   Portland
'nn .1 districts it, ll'il-, but it seems
too nine., to expect the Ornnby Com-
any <o bo in a po Ition during fe
current yeai to utilize nny c nslder
iblo proportion of tho big bodies o!
ore it ban developed   near Ohsorva
lory Inlet,
Coal production will ho dotormined
largely bv tho market for the prol-
acta of tha vi'iintii colliorlos, There
li much acti' Ity in propnring f r nn
inbtrced production    ihe question of
d 'ii'Mid nefl ns to be Piih iihimiitnj:
thnn that ol supply. At Lhe rale orcc
t. on of hiiibliii'M, cnnstructlon of
roads and coment-roncroto sldowalkn,
nnd other worklt ara lx I tig cat lie I
out, the output o' structural mntor*
mln liould not milter nn/ diminution
ti h ve'ir A)', or a hrr then, it may
he said without, hesitation, that, civil a rontlnui»no_ of slm'hr forago
prices for metalllo minerals, nn «ii-
sencc or lahor trouhlPB, nnl i Miliary condlt lore' in otber rcspOCtfl, there
seems to he i en nan to look for a ntlU
further nd- a'ice in prosperity for thc
min'ng industry o' Britiah Columbia
:n 1913. And if profit earning continue, nnl a largsr total ot dividends
be distribtitad—that for 1912 was in
eioeas of 11,200,000 fiom the metal
mines, which wai a decided change
for the bettir-it nay be reratded
ua eet tain tbat progress lu 1913 will
be unite as satisfactory as in 1912,
anl possibly more so.--Nirth West
.vlltiin^ Ncwb.
Canada Praised for
A. Stefanson
London,—The actbm of Premier
Borden uud his loi leagues ia inning
prov Islon for the expeditiou undor
-.i.hjalmar  Stefnti.-isoii  to tho winter
I .ui of Canada la being most favor
ably commented on iu hcuu.uIc cu
cles, not only in L.u.lnnd, but on tne
continent ns we»l. Tho itoyal GeO
graphical Bocety has already express
,d Us appreciation) in lntroducln,
ihe explorer to his audience whin ai
ivas to lecture before the learned
t o ly, the chairman   gave what wa
he "carefully considered, view ot th»
itoyal tieograi hical KOQloty" by say
rng "they owed a debt ol gratttud
co Premier l.'ordeu i ad bis colleagues
or then largo outlook in taking tn.
responsibility uf government tu f rth
■.'ring,  to  the i    utmost   power,  tht
work of scientific exploration I*4
"Views of this kind," went ou tlu
balr man, "soldom had iu the lutuii
,.i loss."
'lhe Canadian Associated Press Ib
Informed tbat the council of th
society, contrary to the u.u.lcua
.um, will uso probably take t.trihjt
ictlon at the next meeting,
titcfansson today received an invit
atiou   to   leet uie    before    the   Uuya.
eogra^hlcal eocltty of Denmark. He
has   also   been   in. ited   to   Nor*,*.ay
ranee and Iio ue, but the las
named place is the only  one he ha--
o tar accepted.
FORMER EXPLORER'S VIEWS
Sir Ernest Shackleton, who is a
i.emter of th) so.iety, -.tated todu,
hit it bts given great EattBfactlon
n England to know that Premie.
Borden h is tu'.tn up such a patriot*
c uttitt.de.
"We   explorers   in   particular,"   hi
Biid, "feel that tbe action of Canadi
v.ll have fnr re; c ing results, und i
a   splendid  example  to every  oth r
.otintry,    in:lud.ng  ourivn.     lt  i
n'y   right   that   the   hinterland   ol
anad.i should he explored by an e\
edition carrjln? tbe Brltihh flag. 1
have spoken to Premier Borden ovei
. olar explorations, and when I heard
e wrs prepared to rend out this ex-
ledttion it cllnciei my already form
:d opinion of his' troad attitude ii
•-mil mutters,
"It ls also pleasant to feel that the
two American bo idles who were a
roach d na to the enterprise at the
et;lnn:np h ive been so generous am
road-minded     about    the     who
theme.     It  ls  a rill;   that  • ienc.
Hows no country, and these lustitu
lens across the border who wir
working for th? Bc'entilic side of thi
matter will reap the benefit.
"The sentiment of the 'flog' or
men wn expedition, is important t(
i'.nada, nnl I thn; this Is an earn
ist of the feeling existing between thi
two countrie-t."
Poultry News
b...'«iil    lnur.ft.i_il-     Ki^-laylug
laOBtvSt,     ll   Ul       Llla.r        ;UiK...aloll    il
Provincial lJei>arcuiuut of Agriculture
..t tlio l-'ibiliitlun (irounda Vlctoriu.
To.al I'tYB laid Irom. uecemuer 'i,
1918, to March anil, 1918:
JLAtiS I-Non-wtifc'lit Sarlctiea, Sli
Hinls to A Pen.
No. ol
Pen   Dreed. I"«i;».
1.   Ancrn.B    215
a.  White  Leghorr.i    231
3.       "        '•     212
..        " "     274
i.        '• ••     mo
U.        " "     20«
7.        " "     212
-18.   Hindi Minorca*!        7
it.   Ai.toni'i    HI
10. Uhlte Leiihorna     ll>»
11. Ilro,ui I.fs'liornH'     130
12. s. h. Hamburja   an
1.1. White LcKliorns   232
11. " "   2.'.0
15. " "   322
lii. " "   279
17. " "   321
18. " "   2M
19. " "   l«»
o.  iiiiii ughorni  209
:'I,AHH    Il-Wiiiht    Vnrktei, HI.
III'iIh To A  Pen.
91,   llnrre.l Itoc':p  118
■>'i.  Whitr- Wyandot tn    227
23. Barrett Po-im  IU
24. Hlae't Orplngtom  156
85.  White Wyand -tU'H   2211
it,.   Hull oriln t- ni  II
27. W. Wy: nilott.!-.   2ir.
28, W.  Cor. (lame   104
vn.   S, 0,  lied-   224
10.   Ool.  Wvand dice   176
".I.   White Wyamlltt'll   HO
32. Hull Cr liiKtoni.    "24
33. Darrod Rocka   i«'
34. It.  (!.  Rod)     173
3n.  Batrad linrtn  211
80.    Illnrh    (iriiin|{t..li<.         41
37.    H.   ('.   Itfi'lH.     20!l
88,  w. Orptnijlo-ii)      .'"
39,   H. ('. HeilH     234
•in.  w. Orplngtom     74
Average prloo of oggs, 8R0 por do/
i-n. Pon lwniicrniiin.il, hlghenl. it
.lei^iTe-i; lowOflt, 24 dogrcOB) ireim j
t?..r, d gronn, Pain fell nn »l» rt.y*.,
only. Hi'»w on two ilftvn. Front wa.;
m..|"|cr A nn seventeen ilm«, a-ul
Hiinehlno wnn nhnent en' five diyH.
Taking Into ooiEldcratlnn, the var-:
lety of tircdi. ami ntrnlni competing, |
thn oki^h iirmlprlloi for the month
nun born very entmlactory. 'ih-' yield
avaragea 11 litt'.e better thnn fifty per
c. nt for tbe v hole forty pens.
The outstanding feature of tbe
month has le:n the iiorformnnce of
12, (Hull Orpingtons). It Is true
th it Hi-viral records have been hrok-
,n this month, but tholr yield olj 140
8gts In 28 i!ays certainly deserves
.peclnl mention. Appended Is their
daily r cord tor the month:—
5-4-6-5-8-6-6 i5-S.-8-5-*-0-tJ-3-4-8.C-4-6-6-5-
3-4-U-5.4-S. Tolal, I4U oggs. ln addition (o this, it might be mentioned
th.it' oily the two oth.r peiw In
L'luss II, are laying linger eggs than
Pen 32. 'lbs oggs nvcBiigo 26, ounces to th'. ilo'i-u from tbls pen. In
iho Ilrst contest, the highest monthly
yield lu cither Class wiih 118 oggH for
,11 days.
In t'lnss I, pen It. have ousted* p.n
17 (rom tbe leadership by ono egg.
I'm 1. wllb n splendid  yield of 123
•ggs. Pen 4, wilh a splendid yield of
111:; ecus, jumped up two phi-en. pen
4 iumiliciec.1 laying ou  tbe 2Utb.
The load n* six pens In Class I are:
10,   17,   li'..   1,   18. and   14.
The f.Mowing pens In I'lnss 1 were
he heiiv 0 t pro heirs (or hut month:
ens I   (IM), 15-1111), lli-UOC), 18
md an   (101 cu h),  8—(101),  nnd 17
I no) egga,
in olaaa 11, an  mentioned above,
■en 3a especially dlatlngula'iod them-
i'lv.s,   ami   in   d dug   so,   move   up
ium firth position to first. Pen 39
ino el   up   Irom   i-eventh   to  B-cond
»lacc, having a. record if 122 eggs tor
e'li-mry. I'm ar. moves up one
i'ls.e Thc leading six pens are as
lollowa: Pons 32, 39, 22, 29, 15
and 35.
IToPowlng  pens  were heaviest rro-
lucera: 88—(140), 39-H22), 37-U13),
.'     nn?),   an ul   p,n  ZS—(102).    Th-i
a.t-mcnt rne. pen, VVh'ts Com sb
'Intra, soon got Into tbeir stride, as
be first egg was laid on February
1st.
At the first experimental weighing
oi e,gs, it wrs fot-nl th it all pin
ivtr* producing eggs well  abovq tbe
uinlmum  weight  pr^tcril ed,  22 o-a
■or d-w.    Pen 37 hem's the list with
*7? oza. rev .'o'.en.
Th' followini Pens In diss I, la
he heaviest eegs:   7, 9, en. 17 (26
"is. 1, 2 -nl 3  (25J ozs.), 1 and 14
25 o's.)
Amend Game Protec-
tion Laws
The following excerpts aro taken
rom ntnendn'.entB to tbe "Game Pro-
ectlon Act," which apply directly to
runters and trappers ln this district:
Sec. 11. lt shall be unlawful for
any person at any time, to hunt for,
or kill, or puraae any game bird or
uny deer, or member of the deer
family between one hour after aunset
and one hour nfter sunrise.
Sec. 12. It shall be unlawful for
uny pees m to catch, kill, deatroy,
hunt for, trap or attempt to trap,
or Pursue any of thc animula or
game birds mentioned in schedule B
to this Act during tbe close seasons
fixed thereby, or to have ln hla poas-
easlon any or any part of such animals or game birds.
Sea. 13. It a'mil he unlawful for
any person to use or have ln his
possession a pump or ropeatlng shot
gun of nny kind witb a magaz n:
capable of holding more than one
cartridge or an automatic shot gun
of uny kind. Any such automatic,
pump or repeating shot-run unlawfully found In the pojse.Bicn of any
person shall te seized and confla-at-
el by any Onme Warden, Constable,
or Pence Officer.
21 B. It shall be unlawful (or any
KB'dcnt of this province to hunt lor,
take, or kill nny animal or bird, or
to oarry fireirms of any description,
or air-guns or traps or other devices
for the purpose of capturing any animal or bird, without lirat taking
out a license In thnt behalf.
(2) Knch license shall be granted
only by B'lOh persons aa muy bo'auth-
ori/ed hv tbe Department, and ahull
be lu foroi from the date of issue until thc   31st of March next following.
(3) Such llcrnso sbnll be produced
at the re meet of uny Came Warden,
Constable, or Penca Otllccr rnd ln
addition a budge must he worn In a
I'onsplcumiH place, showing tho numbor of tho license and tbe year of Issue,
(4) Mrctiers shull not be truna'er-
itble, and should uny purson use nny
other person's licence or badgo or allow bis licence or badge to be used
by any other person, both tho ow.icr
and the lersou using such licence or
badge, shall he guilty ol nn ..genre
against tbis Act, nnd liable to tho
penalty hereinafter provided.
(5) Any person convicted ngutmt
tills suction or uny regulations made
thereunder, may huve his licence cun-
eolli'il by the Minister, und may bo
refused n new liccns* thereafter.
(6) Licences shall not be Issued to
I.ire under slxt-en yeirB of age, except at the written raiuoat of the
par nts nr guardians, who shall also
undertil'o that aich bo,a shall always when cirrylng firearms, bo un-
Irr tbelr s iperv sinn or that of some
rcu-onalbli' holder of a licence.
(7) Kor badge and ordlniry licence
to curry I'renrius und hunt bin's and
deer, other than mooso, wnplti and
caribou, two dollars nnd lllty cents.
Kor using another pcram's llconco
or badge, or allowing tbe name to bo
used, not less than lllty, nr more
than two hundred dollar., fine, or a
term of Imprisonment not exceeding
three months.
Pure Seed
Tb n is tbe aeason when fnrmers
are securing tb'ilr aeod supply tor the
coming spring. Tho Importance of
using iced of high vitality and free
from weed seeds cannot be tno
strongly emphasised, Very often In
tho past, tniinrrii, through Ignorance
of tbe quality of the seed they ware
FOR
SPRING
<lfWe handle 6 ft.-9 in.,
and 12 ft. widths, in various designs and qualities.
<fOur Floorette, in 6 ft.
width, at 37_c. per sq. yd.
is worthy of your careful consideration.
<f We are showing it in
many very pretty colors.
It is light and wears well,
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
NERVOUS, LIFELESS
DEBILITATED MEN
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YOUNG MEN AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN;
thovlotiitiaof'-ar!;.* i.Kliscn'.ii.ris «n«l Inter •._>
cosses, wlio ara frtlluroa tn llfn—you uv. tho
onii-tut) can restore to m.'tiiliootl mid revive
thospnrleof energy and vitality, it-n't tttee
upintlcsir.lrb*!C;n.*_ you havo treated with
other (lo.to:_, used aloe rlo belts aud tried
vaiiauii drug store t.o*...■•;.._.?.
Our New Method Treatment hn-t onatched
hundreds fn im tlio lv:.M ot uesualr, hiu re*
fiiored hapj-hicsi to h'.r.d;- r1.. uf ):»mes and
lifts m.k!o fciu'ecssfu. nn ;i of ihobo who were
•'down and out." wo proaorlbo Bpi-eifle rem*
cdiisifortfucli indlviilual c.i-oaccort.ii _ to tho
symptoms and comnlloattons— wa huvn uo
patent mcdlclnen. '1 lm Is one of the swrtta of
our wonderful siicces-.au orr treatment can*
not foil, fur wn preacrllw. remedies adanted to
each individual case Only curnhle cases ao*
c-fptfd, Wa hava •'on, busintM Uu-ouikowt
Caaada for over SO Yaan.
CURABLE CASES GUARANTEED
OR NO PAY
DCinCO Are you ft *ii'tfm?  Have you I
nCflUtrll uvel am jo,- " •     	
Hus your wood been din*
  i you intending to manyf
syourblu-Jii been diK*_M.df Have you any
wual.ui.ssf Our New Method Tr.-atm.nt will
cure you, Whut it hat done for otheii ft will
do (or you. Consultation Fro*. No matter
who has treated you, write for an honest
opinion Free of Chine. Books Free—
"liuyliiwvi, Mntiiinod. FuUierbooU." (Illustrated j ou diseases of Ueo.
NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRtTTHN CONSENT.  Nn names en betes er envoi.
op... EvemhUMfCMfideatbL Quastion Lot aad Cast alTreatawd FREE FOR HOME
DrsKENNEDY&KENNEDY
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St., Detroit, Mich.
NOTICE
All letters from Cnimrl.i muat be addressed
to our Can-id in ii Cnn espoiuience Depart-
^_^_^_^_—. meut in Windsor! Ont.   If you desire to
see us person.illy call at our Mclicil Institute in Detroit ns we Dccntid treat
me patients iu our Windsor oflices which nre (or Correspondence and
laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address nil letters as follows:
DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat
Writ, for our prlvBli. wMr.'...
ii.lni- ur tor anino other raiiaun, hava
auwn we'd acoila.
Iiiinm; tha lunl few yenru the Dominion Heail Urmi'h Iiiih hron cmlcavor-
Iiii: to elTcct iinin'.iv.iiiiniit In the Breil
trade liy eilucntionnl work wltb lar
mere nnd need de.ilara, aujiptemantoil
by the cnfnrcenett nl tbe Seed Oon-
trol Act. Thla Act define, the Com-
mercinl grndeH of .jeda, All Timothy, red clover, nlui:.. and ullnlli.
hm'<1 offered for ..lo uv elt.ier wholi-
auler or retnil merchant mu.t lie
.•rnilel mul marked F.xti'a No. 1, No,
1, No. 2, or No. 3, ircin.llni: to quullty. Seed that will nut tirade No. 8
cannot ..gaily he .old except for ei-
port or for cleanlni:. Thi. lnttorj
clauao uppll'J. to farmer, r. well a. '
ne >d deulera. Farmer, eelllng seed
that I. below crude No. 8 to their
iH'If-hlioi'H, for iwedtnc, or to dealer,
on the iinili'i'htivn.litiK Mint It I. to be,
■'.tnllwl far needing without reclenn |
iiiK, are liable to prnociitlon, nnd
every effort wlll be mnde to upply
the Act tu farmer., iih mrlctly ub to
Hand Merehunta.
Paper pucketa of vcgctible
nnd flower need iinmt he marked,
■bowing the yonr In whlob they are
filled, and farmer, and otber. pur-!
chnelnit auch hcdiI ahould .ae thnt »"'
packet, are murked before purcbaii I
Ing. I li
Heed grain, clover and cm.. Ned,
a. well a. rout and vegetablt Meila,
whether ln Mealed pne'.rt; or ln bulk,
mu.it be cupul.le of Kermlnatlng ln
the proport on of ut l"n«: two t.ilrd.
of t io legal atnndnrd for good laid ol
the kind. i-'oimI tbnt wlll not germinate in ihln proport'on muat be
plainly mnrlted, iiowlng th. actual
perct ge o( aeed. cipnlla ol germinating. Farmer! havinj, or pur-
chn.lng aeed, the vlt .Ilty ol which
they have reaeon to *m act, ghould
have a germinating teat made ol •
.ample ol it.
Heed grain, flat, white clover,
grnee*. und nil otber forage plant
aeed. muat be free from noilou. weed
aeed., or to be labelled, .-lowing th.
name, of the noxious weed aeed. pre-
aent. The above are the outet.ndlng
feature, of the Heed Control Act ol
Canada, and, lf peraona purehaalilg
aeed Inal.t on the nl .ervanea of th.
ubove rules, tbey will not only obtain u seed of superior quality, but
wlll do much to ward nil an Infests-
tlon of their furins by noili.ua wctda.
All peraonH ao wl.hlng lt, may have
their ...da tented free of coat at th*
Heed Laboratory, Oalgary, Alta,
A. D. OAMPDBLL,
fnapector for Alberta asid Drltlab
Columbia. THE  PROSPECTOR,  CRANBROOK.  B. C.
OVERSTOCKED SALE
wmnaneMtmnmmtemtssmtm_^tsm—■■■■■^■i
We Are Putting On Sale at Cost the Lines Here Listed
Prices are for Cash With Order, Only
The goods can be seen at any time in the* upper storey of our store and in our warehouse
I
Buggies, Democrats, Surreys, Deliveries, &c.
1.   BUGGY WITH SHAFTS    PRICB WAS I 94.00 SELL AT COST S 78.00
1.   BUGGY WITH  SHAFTS      PRICB WAS    98.00 SELL AT COST    82.00
1.   BUOUY,  SOLID RUBBER TIRES, SHAFTS  PRICB WAS 130.00 SELL AT COST 110.00
1.    BUGGY, TOP AND SHAFTS    PRI™ WAS  104.00 BELL AT COST    89.00
1.   BUGGY, HEAVY WITH SHAFTS     PRICE WAS  108.00 BELL AT COST    98.00
1.   BUGGY, TOP AND SHAFTS     PRICB WAS 121.00 SELL AT COST  107.00
1.   BUGGY, OPEN WITH SHAFTS      PRICE WA8    90.00 SELL AT COST    78.00
1.   BUGGY, OPEN WITH SHAFTS     PRICE WA8    92.00 SELL AT COST    80.00
1.   SURREY, 2 SEATS, OPEN WITH POLK     PRICB WA8  135.00 SELL AT COST 112.00
1.   SURREY, TWO SEATS, TOP AND POLE    PRICE WAS 235.00 SELL AT COST  208.00
1.   DELIVERY, HEAVY WITH SHAFTS  .„.   PRICB WAS  128.00 8BLL AT COST  111.00
1.   DELIVERY, WITH SHAFTS      PRICB WAS    95.00 SELL AT COST    76.00
1.   DEMOCRAT,   2 SEAT WITH POLE     PRICB WAS 133.00 8ELL AT C08T 115.00
1.   DEMOCRAT, 2 SEAT WITH POLE  .m.   PRICB WAS  115.00 8ELL AT COST    97.00
1.   DEMOCRAT, HEAVY, rOLE AND BRAKE      PRICB WAS  175.00 SELL AT COST  150.C0
1.   DEMOCRAT, POLE AND BRAKE     PRICB WAS  110.00 SELL AT COST    90.00
1.   DEMOCRAT, HEAVY, POLE AND BRAKE    PRICE WAS  170.00 BELL AT COST 145.00
1.   ROAD CART, WITH SHAFTS     PRICE WAS    30.00 BELL AT C08T    25.80
WAGONS-Studebaker Make
Harness
2.. GEARS, 3f INCH STEEL 8KFIV, 2} INCH TIRE	
3.   GEARS, 4 INCH STEEL 8KBIN, 3 INCH TIRE 	
1.   GEAR, S) INCH STEEL SKEIN, 3 INCH TIRE	
3.   GEARS,  3| INCH STEEL SKEIN, 8 INCH TIRE	
1.   COMPLETE, WITH BOX, 3) I ch Etwl 8 .in, 3 Inch Tire
PRICE WAS 146,00
PRICB WAS 200.00
PRICE WAS 130.00
PRICB WAS 125.00
PRICB WAS 145.00
SELL AT C08T. 110.00
SELL AT COST  100.00
8B ,L AT COST  100.00
SELL AT COST    9' 00
SELL AT COST 115.00
Adams Make
GEAR, 3 INCH STEEL SKEIN, 2 INCH TIRE	
COMPLETE with box 3 in., STEEL SKEIN, 2ln. TIRE
GEARS, H INCH STEEL SKEIN, 3 INCH TIRE 	
GEAR, 3} INCH STEEL SKEIN, 3 INCH TIRE 	
PRICB WAS    70.00
PRICB WAS  100.00
PRICE WAS 115.00
PRICB WAS  100.00
Also sleighs, cutters, robes, sleigh bells and all winter
SELL AT COST.  55.00
SELL AT COST  83.00
SELL AT COST.  95.00
SELL AT COST  85.00
goods at cost
Implements
PLOWS, 8 INCH STUBBLE, COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 10 INCH STUBBLE. COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 12 INCH L.TUBBLE, COMPLETE 	
PLOft,... ..   .TU.-B_B, COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 12 INCH BREAKER, WOOD BEAM 	
PLOWS, 14 INCH BREAKER, WOOD BEAM 	
PLOWS, 14 INCH, BRUSH BRBAKER, WOOD BEAM,
HEAVY 	
PLOWS ( INCH STUBBLE, ONB HORSE	
PLOWS, 2 FURROW DISC PLOWS, 4 HORSE BVENER
PLOW, 2 FURROW GANG PLOWS, 4 HORSE BVENER
HARROWS, OUT-THROW DISC, 8 HORSE BVENER ...
HARROW, IN-THROW DISC. 3 HORSE EVBNER 	
SETS   HARROWS,   DIAMOND   POINT,   3   SECTIONS,
WITH   DRAWBAR 	
SSI'S HARltOW8;LEVBH, 2 SECTION, Wllb DRAWBAR
SETS HARROWS, SPRING TOOTH, 18 TEETH 	
WHEELBARROWS 	
CYLINDER PULPER AND 8LIOBR 	
POTATO DIGGER   	
HOR8E HOB AND CULTIVATORS 	
DIAMOND POINT CULTIVATOR	
RUBY TOINT CULTIVATOR 	
SPIKE TOOTH CULTIVATOR 	
SINGLE WHEEL GARDEN CULTIVATORS 	
FOUNTAIN SPRAYERS 	
OARDBN H0B8   	
OPEN HOBS 	
N0R0R08S HAND CULTIVATORS 	
POTATO PLANTBR8, HAND	
CYCLONE SBBDBRS 	
ADJUSTABLE HOBS 	
DUTCH HOBS 	
SPRAYERS 	
PRICE WAS  19.00
PRICB WAS  20.00
PRICE WAS  21.00
PRICB WAS  13.00
PRICB WAS  15.00
PRICB WAS  17.00
PRICB WAS  35..0
PRUE WAS  17.00
PRICE WAS  16.00
1RICB WAS  88.C0
PRICB WAS  43.00
PRICB WA8  42.00
SELL AT COST  16.00
SBLL AT C08T  17.00
SELL AT COST  18.00
SELL AT COST  20.00
SBLL AT COST  21.00
SELL AT COST  18.00
8BLL AT COST  30.00
BELL AT COST  13.90
SBLL AT COST  76.90
SBLL AT COST  78.00
SELL AT COST  31.00
SBLL AT COBT  17.00
PRICB
PRICB
PRICE
PRICE
PRICE
PRICE
PRICE
PRICE
PRICB
PRICB
PRICB
PRICB
PRICB
PRICB
PRICB
PRICE
PRICB
PRICE
PRICE
PRICB
WAB.
WAS.
WA8    19.00
WAB      COO
WA8	
WA8	
WAS	
WAS	
WAB	
WAB	
WAS	
WAB	
WAB	
WAS	
WA8	
WAS	
WAS	
WAS	
WAS	
WAS	
19.00
23.00
19.00
17.00
HOO
16.00
15.00
14.00
8.00
8.00
.50
.1*0
1.15
1,711
1.50
.60
.65
.71
SELL AT
SBLL AT
SBLL AT
SBLL AT
SBLL AT
BELL AT
SELL AT
SELL AT
SBLL AT
8BLL AT
SBLL AT
BELL AT
BELL AT
BELL AT
SBLL AT
8BLL AT
SELL AT
SALB AT
SBLL AT
SALB AT
COST    15.50
COST    19.26
COST    16.50
COST      6.00
COBT.    15.75
COST    14.00
COST     8.75
COST    13.00
COST    12.00
COST    11.50
COST     6,40
COST.     6.76
COST 41
COST 61
COST      1.00
COST     1.21
COST     1.60
COST...
COST..
COST...
.63
,61
.61
Suitcases
14.   SUITCASES   PRICB WAS  1.00
10.   SUITCASES   PRICE WAB  2.60
9. 8U1T0A8BS      PR,  _ WAS  1.C0
20.   SUITCASES   VUlt'K WAS  4.00
16.   Bl'ITOABAH   PIIIOE WAB  MO
8.   SUITCASES   Pmt,B WA8  <.,„„
10. SUITCASES   PRICE WAS  11.50
ALSO OLUB BAGS AND TELKSCOPBS.
BBLL AT COST..,
BELL AT COST..
BBLL AT COST,..
SBLL AT COBT..
SBLL AT COST.,
SBLL AT COST..
BELL AT COST.,
1.00
1.65
2.30
S.M
6.00
6.C0
8.66
BETS HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING    PRICE WAS    12.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING    PRICE WAS    37.00
SET HARNES8, DOUBLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    29.00
BET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVINO     PRICE WAS    46.00
SETS HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING    PRICE WAS    40.00
SETS HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVINO     PRICE WAS    4H.C0
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    38.011
SET HARNES8. DOUBLE DRIVING      PRICE WAS    42.00
BET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    32.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVINO      PRICE WAS    18.00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    18.00
8BT HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO     PRICB WAS    23-00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING      PRICB WAS    26.00
SETS HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO   PRICE WAS    13.60
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    1C.00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO     PRICK WA8    22.00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO     PRICE WAS    22.00
SET HARNE88, SINGLE DRIVING     PRICE WAS    28.00
SET HARNE88, 8INOLB DRIVING     PRICE  WAS    28.00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING      PRICB WA*    18.00
BET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM, COLLARS     PRICE WAS    56.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE FARM, COLLARS     PRICB WAS    57.00
8BT HARNESS. DOUBLE FARM     PRICE WAS    49.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE FARM     PR10K WAS    52.00
8BT HARNE8S, DOUBLB FARM. COLLARS     PRICE WAS    45.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE FARM     PRICE WAB    46.00
BET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM    PRICB WAS    45.00
SET HARNE8S, DOUBLB FARM,      PRICB WAS    40.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE FARM     PRICE WAS    41.00
Blankets
6. BLANKETS, LINED CANVAS   PRICB WAS     8.50
4. BLANKETS. LINED JUTE  „  PRICK WAS      4.00
2. BLANKETS. LINED CANVAS   PRICE WAI
8. BLAGKET8, ALL KBRSBY   PRICB WAS
5. BLANKETS, LINED CANNAS
4.00
3.2.1
PRICK WAS  4.20
I. BLANKETS.  KERSEY     PRICE WAB  3.26
II. SADDLE, BLANKET PADS, HEAXY      PRICK WAS  1.50
10.   8ADDLB, BLANKET PADS, LIOHT     PRICE WAS  1.25
BALR  AT COST     33.00
SALE AT COST     30.85
SALE  AT COST     24.00
BBLL AT COBT    87.00
SELL AT COST    33.C6
SELL AT COST    40.00
SELL AT COST    31.00
SBLL AT COST    34.00
SELL AT COST    27.10
BELL AT COST    39,40
SELL AT COST    15.00
SELL AT COST     19.40
SELL  AT COST    21.40
SELL AT COST    11.00
SELL AT COST     12.60
SELL AT COST    18.00
SKLL AT COST    18.00
SELL AT COST    23.75
SBLL  AT COST    23.50
SELL AT COST    14*0
SKLL AT COST    47.76
SELL AT COST    48.10
SELL AT COST    42.90
BELL AT COBT    45.10
BELL AT COST    38.40
SELL AT COBT    39.00
SKLL AT COBT    38.20
SELL AT COST    33.00
SELL AT COST    84 2f,
SELL AT COST..... 270
HELL AT COST  8.05
BELL AT COST  3.00
SKLL  AT COST  2.40
SELL AT COST  3.25
SKLL  AT COST  2.46
SKLL AT COST  1.25
SELL AT COST  95
Collars
40.   COLLARS. TEAM    PR"-'-* »*»     4'6      BKU' AT C0BT      tM
14.   COLLARS. TEAM    VMCE WAS      5.25      SELL AT COST J.90
COLLARS, TEAM ,. .,    PR""* WAS     *•■«*      SEI**' AT C08T      1M
18
14.   COLLARS, TEAM     PRICE WAS      6.10
SELL AT COST      4.46
Saddles
I.   SADDLE   PRICK WAS  45.00 BELL AT COST  3;.00
1,   SADDLE   PRICE   WAB  38.00 BBLL  AT COST  31.60
1.   SADDLE   PRICB WAS  28.00... BELL AT COST  22.85
1.   8ADDLB   PRICB WAS  63.00 SELL AT COST  42.20
Whips
10.   WHIPS       PRI«K   WAB..
14.   WHIPS     PRICK WAS..
14.   WHIPS     PRICK WAS..
1.25
.10
.35
J6,   WHIPS     PRlc;R WAH     * 0J
14.   WHIPB      PHK» WAS 76
BBLL AT COST..
SELL AT COST..
BBLL AT COST-
SELL AT COBT...
BBLL  AT COST.
85
30
.27
75
50
Trunks
11.  TRUNKS   PMOH *'*«•■
7.   TRUNKS     PMCB WAS..
15.  TRUNKS   PR*"*- WAH„
10.   TRUNKS   PRIC" WA«"
H.   TRUNKS     PRICB *'AM"
8.50 SKLL AT COST  6.20
10.00 SEi.L AT COBT  8.26
4.00 SKLL AT COST  3.80
12.00 HULL  AT COST  9.00
2.50 HKLL AT COST  I.M
Pack Sacks, Chapps, Sweat Fads, Baskets, Canthooks. Load Binders, Axe Handles
14. PACK  BACKS   	
I. PAIR CHAPPS 	
15. DOZEN SWEAT PADS, DOZEN 	
15.   BASKETS, 1 lll'HIIKI., FIELD 	
II. BASKETS,   | DUBHBL, APPLR WITH HANDLES
42.   OANTHOOKB, DUCK DILL, HICKORY 	
6.   LUMIIBR LOAD UINDKRS 	
30.   AXE HANDLBB, LONG, HICKORY 	
PRIOR WAS..
PRIOR WAS..
PRIOR WAS..
PRIOR WAS..
PRIOR WAS.
PRIOR WAS..
PRIOR WAN.
PRICK  WAB
3.60
HKLL
AT COST	
2.65
17.00
SKLL
13.00
9.00
HKLL
AT COST	
7.00
.30
HKLL
AT  COST....
.20
.60
BELL
AT COST....
.011
I.IK
HKLL
AT COST....
1.46
2.60
HKLL
AT OOHT....
1.90
46
HKLL
AT COST,.,
>6
Cranbrook Trading Co.,Ltd. TIIE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C.
BOWSERJS. BUGS
Cleans Up and a Variety of Things
Happen In Consequence.
HE GOES AFTER THE GERMS.
But the Neighbors Threaten and Want
to Know Who Killed the Polecat.
The Microbes Are Exterminated, and
Bowser Goes to Bed.
Bargains In Real Estate
Auto 6 seated touring car In Ural class order and cash for good Improved or unimproved farm haul.
Six roomed modern house on choice 60 foot lot wel! treed, one street
from ear line.   Only $3800.00.
Klnlock Place, Main Street, North, convenient to good car service anl
In line with assured movement, Just adjacent to New Exhibition site.
Main street, to bo asphalted past this property In IMS.
Write for booklet, good agents wanted at all points.
SCOTT, HILL & CO.,
22 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.
A WONDERFUL  INVENTION
or fever.   iou uuu i miyi-CvmUJ uio on- , PREMIER OF GREECE IS NATION'S
cation.   No woman does.   She may be , BISMARCK
By M. QUAD. . BwaIlowIng bacteria by the billion, nud j 	
ICopyrlsht,  1912,  by   Associated  Literary    ye( sb0 wiM g|re a,| |1(,r interest to tt I Founding  of  Balkan  Alliance  Due  to
r'"s'' bargain sale iu toilet soap,    it Is a hi6 Statecraft and   Intrigues
IN the rush for tho street car as   .„., kn0_, l0 .--.-, intelllgGnt person | Was Work of yf.t|m(]
Mr. Bowser started for home ho   .„ ._..,.. tl,at    u    „..„,. o,, ,,c,,a3 ;
was kicked.   lie felt it,, rmd.he   of .a..,., -.-.., „ut j d0 Dot suppose f touodlng 0, _,B BalltR- alllam.e ,. on,
of the moat romantic lu tho history
' N the rush for tho street car as
Mr. Bowser started for homo ho
was kicked. Ue felt It, and he
knew It. He nlso felt indignant
tnd helpless. lie had probably been
kicked by n cross e.veil man. but with .
tho car crowded to tho doors what ;
was he going to do about It? Nothing.
of courso.
Tho   Incident   was   cot   mentioned
when  tho  kicked arrived  home,  but ;
after dinner he sat down to lignro out
bow he could search ont (ho villain ;
and  get  satisfaction.    He  was  busy |
Willi his schemes wheu Mrs. Bowser
ipnko up with:
"The cook complains of cockroaches
lu lho kitchen, anil 1 wish you'd stop
•t the drug store iu the moruiiig and
order some powder."
"By George, but that reminds me!"
be exclaimed ns be threw down his
paper. "I've got the very thing right
here in my overcoat pocket. A mau
was In tho olllce today solliug au exterminator, nnd I bought a bottle."
you ever heard of it. Look at our old ,
feline sitting there uud glaring ot me! <
She has probably been the cuuso of !
drain In a hundred families!"
"Well, you will experiment?" queried !
Mrs. Bowser as thc cut dived nuclei' tho
lounge.
SI.ld.loo For the Vermin!
dlplc
When Eleutherlas VentzolOB became
premier of Greece he was obliged to
cut himself away rrom Ills own dealest wishes, his life's work— tlft union
of Crete with Grace.     lie realized
, that  Orecco  wua  in  no  position  to
i enforce tho claim.   Therefore Greece
*'.\*o, ma'am; I  won't.    I shall ex-   must wait tLl she v.;..-. strong enough
terminate.   Within two hours I shall   to do so.
bave this houso entirely free of bac- ile also realized that Greece alone
tei'la. germs, cockroaches, rats, mice, I could never enforce tho claim, The
water bugs and all otber thlugs, aud key to Crete la) ln Macedonia, and
tomorrow morning you can get up and Macedonia could only be won by
draw  a long breath  w.tuOU    fearing ,«-«.hcr,."&" X'ZZ
tvoeu the Slavs und the QreefeB tu
Montenegro, but juueh blood  of   lho
Sir Hiram Maxim Hai Just Completed
(Device to Prevent Accident!
■t Sea
As  n   result.
ol the   Titanic
disaster, Sir Ill-
ram Maxim, Inventor   ot   tlio
Maxim Kim, his
suggested a
i plan for giving
' ships    a   sixth
sense, that will
enable them to
avoid    Icebergs
ln a fog by tho
samo means by
which    a     bat
llnds fth way a-
bout In the davit.
llo Is now working on a devloo
Which bo claims
will    enablo    a
vessel to dotect
a    floating  ob- ®
several milt-
that you will develop cholera genua bo-
tore nlgbt. Where's that blamed old
cat'.'   I propose to begin on her first!"
"Von let the cat alone. H's ull non-
lense to say that she has any germs iu
ber fur."
"She has 'em by the million, and
llo went to tho hall rack aud got proro.se to kill 'era ofT. lf we bad a
the bottle. It was a pint bottle, care- child and some one's cross eyed eat
fully sealed up. Mrs, Uowser looked came along with the germs of scarlet
at it wllli suspicion. fevcr"-
IV11 Do the Business Sure.
"H's warranted to knock any remedy :|ll to pieces," be said as he bustled
nround. "And I'll give the bugs a
tlcso to make 'era skate. The man
warned mu not to tnko tho cork out
till rcaily lo use and then to pour a
liberal quantity around tbe sink and
baseboard. Ono doso does tho business for six months. It is also nn exterminator ot germs and bacteria, and
A MARVEL
OF HEALING
A Long Pedigree
■Ir William Lever, tlio well-known
j Boa;, manufacturer, who, after surprls-
i ing everybody   by    buying   Stafford
House, lias gono on a business visit
to West Africa, once remarked that
when ho got bis baronetcy, the College
Sal. Rheum of Ten   Year'.   Standing | I'JI^t "8Cl n° dlmcU"y ab0Ut ""'
Healed as If by Magic
Handi Cracked io Could not Work -
Cures Effected by
DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT
All they had to do, he said, was to
I tako away Ihe %' In front of my nam?
I nml the %' at ihe cud and there it
was! Eve!
It'a an III Wind
Tliey were u crowd of small bo's
anil Ihoy woro all eagerly boat on
catohlng u tflluipse of Ihe important
Ciili-llo nuitcli.
A benevolent old gentleman who
looil close by watched them for som
It does not tako long for Dr.
Chase's Ointment to prove ita magic
healing power, A single night Is
often sufficient, to puuluco tile nnst
startling results.
Internal treatment for skin diseases \ jjm- ns tliey took turn nnd turn nbout
Is nearly i.hvnys disappointing. By to lift ouch, oilier up to look over tha
applying Dr. Chases Ointment to tin  fence.
diseased parts rollo' is obtained al- Then suddenly walking up to the
most Immediately, and gradually tho turnstile, lie snld to the man in al-
sores heal np and disappear. Hor. tendance, pointing with an Imperious
an. two letters which    will   lulerost, movement lo the eager youngsters.
,  iyoiV~ r„      „ -.       y°« might count thoso youngsters
to estimate I   Mra, Chas   Gilbert, Haystack, Pla- carefully,
 rho ticket colleotor, thinking he was
least someone in authority, or a
con-
ad counted the
n way
Its slue, shape and distance, aud to ro* |oantia Hay, Nfld., writes:—"I was
cognize Uio character ot u neighbor-isufferer from Rr.lt  Rheum   for   ten ■„,.,.„.■
lug shore, so thai a harbor, for in-.yenrs. and luul about despaired of.I kInd-lmarfe"d'oId°too! ""'mdi'iy'
staiH'e. may  be safely  entered In a ever being cured, so many treatment!   aentoil. nnd when he iiad conntei
flip. All Ihln Is to be dene simply J had tailed, Heading ot llm wonder
by receiving nml recording tohooa fui cures effected by Dr. Chase's Olnt
sent back by the objects to bo detect inent, I commenced using It, nntl was
ed; but the round llmt produces the  entirely  cured  by   eight  boxes,      I
echoes ts not high enpugh In pitch to
be audible. its vibrations nro powerful and slow and are given out by
a huge siren at the ship's bow, Tho
echoes are received ami recorded by
pieces of apparatus that serve us ears
want lo express my gratitude for TV
Ohaso's Ointment, and to recommend
11 to all sufferers."
Mr. Stanley Merrill, Delaware, (int.,
writes:—"For yearo 1 was troubled
wllh my bunds ornculug, often becom-
ous schools in all parte, Irrespective
Hut be didn't get hold of the est. She , oi..,., rec0gui«od spheres ol Ind u a. -
mnde tier escape from the room, and ?.;    Ventae-os d elded to d a] with
iir. Bowser took his bottle of exter es          flrsi         Through   tho
..,,,.. ':'       patrlari         Constantinople he
mlnatorand went down to tho ...c'hen. .                                    Bulgaria!
The cook waa just flaishing her work, ...  Betu|ng   -m,   ouestlon.     The
und as she caught sigbt of the bono ., ■ an diplomats whi            called
shesald: garlen exarch were sur-
"It there's to be an explosl a around at the very reasonabls
here please wait until 1 set premier, bu'
the only support of a widowed mother."
"My dear girl, there will be no explosion," replied Mr. Bowser "I stiall
simply exterminate a few tl . I
cockroaches aud render the house     b
if tbe healthiest in the city.   S*ou know ling at aiT offensive and defenslvs
what exterminate means, don't you?' rhis  delicate  work  wri3
"Ves. sir.    The last girl  hero to'.L tudertaken by   M.   Gryparls.   Greek
me that vou tried to exterminate the minister    at    Constantinople.     But
family   three  different  times  ln  one things did not progress very far iu
way or another, and she never went _,*»***?U*___!„ \_ 'J_^\i.loa ?,"*
to bed without wondering if she'd be
innocent flowed between them.    The
Bulgarian and Serb leaders ft-er   - is
plclous of Greece and the s  i]
w..s reciprocated.
Oue of the great prob a between
Bulgai I and Gre. c i ln Macedon'a
was the question o! the schools   Bach
:-  ;  &JSS-S numeri *
and that aro able to glvo much moro Ing bu sore that 1 eould hardly do any
Information than a real ear could do.  work,     1 got somo   of Dr.   Ohaso's
This latest coHlston preventer Is Ointment, and happily Hnd that one
. adaptation of a phenomenon j or two applications of same to tho
tn the natural world, Sh* Hiram has affected par's make them woll. I
taken hla cue rrom ibo bat, which can have had no troublo since using the
tell tho distance ot objects by the beat ointment for sore hands."
ot its wings j    Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60c. a hot.
In bats the sense organs are highly at nil dealers, or Kdmanson, Bates &
level iped     Wheu a bat t\\va about in]Co., Limited, Toronto,
Intended genuinely
mlses.
'    -   -  way,  little by  Uttie, contl*
.    ..*•■■ .red between tho four
The ne.v. step, takeu
Bonds out a series ot pulsations, or Ho was a very oute man. waa Jim
wares, TheBe waves strike against Makesure, Going into a tobaccon-
all surrouudlug objects and aro reflect- Uat's shop he asked for an ounco of
ed back and received by the sensitive thick twist. It was handed to him,
organ., which form part of tho face of' already cut and wrapped up.
tho bat. Would you mind trusting mo with
The extremely delicate   nature   of: H7 said Jim.
the bat's wings, together with tho sen-1    Certainly aot, said the tobacconist. I
sltivensss bl Its delicate face nervss  *&° not •tnov-' vou' Hiul liave llot se-.n]
enables the bat to judge the distance1 J'011 before.
of any object by the lapse of time
between the sending out nnd tho receiving ot the waves. It Is this exceptional mechanism, and not any
faculty of seeing In tho dark, which
enable* the bat to fly unerringly without the least light to guide lt.
We nil know that if we capture
In that case, then, would yon mind
putting the twist on tho scales, because I do not know you, and have
not seen you before, said Jim Make-
sure.
Mlnard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,—! havo used MINAUD'S
small heads as tho boys passed ono
by one Into iho ground, ho turned ond
Raid:
Twenty-four, sir.
Thanks, old chap, returned Ibo ben-
evoienl old gentleman, ns hfl prepared
for a hasty departure, you have ex-
nelly confirmed my opinion. I thought
l had counted correctly,
Compensation Curiosities
All sorts of funny claims are mado
under thc Workmen's Compensation
Act, nnd nfter making inquiries ot
Bomo of tho leading companies who
Insure under tbo Act, thc following
are some or the droll claims, viz: —
A cow, whisking her tall, cuuses
severe Injury to milkmaid's eye.
A servant receives shock through
seeing a large Teddy Bear whon the
room was dimly lighted.
A manservant strains his leg
through stamping on n cat. ■        *
A cook breaking coal, a pleco went
down hor thruat.
A curate BOglded through stumbling
whilst carrying a tea-urn at a parochial gathering.
A clergyman bitten by a dog whilst
visiting.
A coaching, proceeding from a
stable, struck on the face by his master's slipper, Intended for a singing
cat.
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around is a Tr.ciemir«
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You ought to wear
'5
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reliable merchants have them
in stock
; wild bird and liberate it in a large LINIMENT from time to time for the
, room with closed windows, it makes a past twenty years. It was reco-n-
: wild  and  furious  rush for what  Its Knanded to me hv
I wuu nuu  tui-iuuB  ruBii iur  wmu  us j mended to me by n prominent physic-
senses tell It Is an opening through han  of  Montreal,  who  called  it the
Blko next morning.   I'm through now,
llr, and you can no ahead."
How Familiar It Smelledl
There were cockroaches. They came
out of cracks and crevices and gave
Mr. Bowser welcome. Tbey climbed
water pipes; tbey skated aero;*, tho
floor; they played circus along the baseboards, Ho smiled grimly as be watched them nnd thought of tbe surprise
tn store for tbem. and by nud by he
bcraped lho wax from tbo nock of the
i bottle and drew tbo cork.   Tho srueil
cided to undertake it himself. He
went to Lausanne, and while thero he i
disappeared.
A: the hotel it was stated tbat hj;
was on an excursion. In the mountains, j
It was In the mountains—the Balkan j
mountains. Ho personally visited
Belgrade and Sofia, and placed his!
views heforo the kings of Bulgaria i
and Servla. When he returned to \
Lausanne, be found his absence had \
caused quite a sensation. lie told I
tho scHrpti Greeks] for the Oraoks were ■
nervous of him themselves, that hc|
had made an excursion in the beautiful
mountains, and It had done him good.
Tlio negotiations wero now contin*
■"IBE MAS WA..KKD WE NOT TO TAKE TDK
001.It OUT TILL HUM' TU USB,"
I ought to havo got. it long ago. If
either of us had como down with typhoid fever or smallpox It would liavo
Leon (tor own fault."
that greeted his nostrllls was a fninil- i neil jn Constantinople under the nose
lar one-ono that reminded lilm of his 0( ti10 young Turks.      The general
boyhood daya in tbe country—and he lines of tho convention  were finally
didn't llko It at all.   He reasoned, how- agreed on between M. Venlzelos and
ever (hat there couhl not bo un ester- M.  Oueshoff at a meeting last aut*
mlnntor without a smell, and ho held «nr. at Drakha, on the gulf of Sal-
i     •.     11 • I,, M*, ----* _.iit.n h_ onika.     This meeting was sensational
his handkerchief to his nose while he .   its-eir
poured out liberal doses.   The roaches M   Venlzelos hai'. gone there for a
which It can escape. Its eyes do not
reveal tlio presence of the glass nnd
tbo result Is a broken neck. A bat
liberated under similar circumstances
makes the same dash for freedom.
The fiapplng of its wings, however.
brings Its sixth sensa Into action and
it soon perceives that It is face to
face with a solid wall, and stops short
before lt touches the gloss.
Sir Hlarni proposes to apply tills
Blxth sense tn sea-going vessels. His
apparatus will produce atmospheric
vibrations of about the same frequency as those produced hy the hat,
but of energy nt least 300,000 times S3
great. These will not be audible,
but tbey will travel at least 20 miles
"great Nova Scotia Liniment." It
does tho doctor's work; it Is particularly good in cases of Rheumatism anl
Sprains.
Yours truly,
a. Q. DUSTAN,
Chartered Accountant.
Halifax, -VS.. Sept. 21, 1905.
He Was Barred
He was young, he was a Highlander, and ho was on the police forco.
Some of his friends tried to persuade
him to Join the pipers' band, where he
would have higher duties and bettor
pay.
But I canna read a note o' music, de-
and can bo received and recorded by aj murred he at flrst.
suitable apparatus at that distance. Soon, however, his scruples were
Thev would he able to travel at least] overruled, and he appeared before the
five miles oul ward and return back! musical director, to whom he confided
to the ship a reflected echo that would  reluctantly that he knew very little
rushed to the feast, but ln thirty sec- _ ...sr   ai](1 y    Quenshoff came to
"I don't imagine thnt wo havo run |0nds the Inst ouo was making off as
much risk," observed Mrs, Bowser.       J \f shot from a gun.   Thoro were threo
"What you Imagine or don't Imogluo or fol„. jK,ics used by mlco ns they
lias nothing to do with tlio cqbo," re- I traversed the house, nnd these wore
lortcd Mr. Bowser. "As a matter of I n|S0 attended to, and wben tho bottle
.net ihls bouse ut this moment con- ( was empty there was no doubt iu Mr.
tnlna millions of germs and bacteria. ! Bowsor'B mind that animal aud Insect
Thoy nro tljiug uliout In swnrmfl. , \_9 would bo rendered painful In his
Tliey nro on the colling, on tho carpet, j |1Q)jSe for months to come. Ho had
on the pages Of lho book ln your hund. j„st reached this conclusion when the
IWIth every breath you draw In from i btigement doorbell rang.    Ho opened
be strong enough to be detected
In describing his Invention, Sir Hiram stales that it, might ho considered an artificial ear.     The apparatus
"jis provided with   a largo   dlaphram
-'■'  I    l'..'.,.1,.     .lanmil     nvn- .,     i1....m -I...—-..*
blm, disguised as n commercial traveler. M. Gryparls was thon recalled
to Athens, is minister of foreign affairs, to conduct the negotiations with
Servla and Montenegro. When these
wero completed bo returned as minister to Constantinople to sign the
treaty of n.lance last May.
In April of this year the powers got
wind that an alliance was conclude!
or about to be concluded, between
Bulgaria and Greece, nnd the minis-
20,000 to ti0,000.00ij of them, nud why   tllt, joor (0 flnj n tramp who meant to \ ters accredited to the Greek court via*
.■we lmvo  been spared lo  live  on  Is   ,,st for u bite to eat, Imt after one long   ■'"•-• ■*-*-«  Venlzelos, and asked If thla
•      ■- ' information ware true.     M.  Venlz
elos waa mo-it polite, but would they
call again, ha was so busy Just now.
Tbo same day ho telegraphed to
Qtieaholt to close a h\4 Greek school
al Sotla and imprison tho teachers.
This was dune, and Immediately, whon
the news of the outrage became known
In Athens the Athenian Journals
printed columns of vituperation
BgainBl Bulgaria.
M. Venlzelos bad these poreeds ppnt
to the ministers with tho note: How
do you think I could make an alliance
wltll Bulgaria when that power eo
brutally treats our countrymen In So
fla'.' Tliis Bhould sufficiently answer
your Question And tho ministers
thought It whs answered.
it is absolutely Inaccurate that ths
Pnllan war cansed tho present con*
filet.     II merely precipitated It.
pome thing '-eyonfl mc.'
"l can hardly believe it."
' "No; probably not You can't believe that thero used to be a race or
men fourteen fcot high, but It Is a
fact nevertheless. You yawned then
In so doing you took Intu your system
■ t least 'jr»,000,OO0 germs. It may baii-
pon that none of thoso germs will de-
.velop anything, und tt may happen
that you lmvo swallowed sixteen sorts
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Bincll tbo man lun.eil tnvay with
"'J'tianliH. I've run across 'em before,
and I don't want nny more!"
Mr, Bowser wm locking tbe door und
wondering wbat tlio man could baro
meant, wben Mrs. Bowser called to
blm:
"Wbatnn enrtb bare you been doing
down tliero? Tbls smell Is driving me
out of Ibo house!''
"1-1 don't smell nny particular
smell," he replied as he got upstairs.
"But yon mutt Slerey on me. but
whnt nn nwful thing: Oet the doori
snd wlodowa open I"
The smell prow nnd Increased. Mr.'
Bowser (ought against It for a few
minutes, but It was loo much for blm.
With four windows and two doors wide
open, II mado lis pretence felt from
1.11. hen to aarrct. Even the cook, who
had a broken nose nnd was not supposed lo smell potntocs when they had
boiled dry, camo clattering down from
her room lo demand her wagoi nud
character,
Looi- Ino For a D.vdorli.r.
Mr, Bowser waa on bla way to the
drug store I., find n smell killer When
I- was stopped by u policeman.
••is lhat smell from jrour back yard!"
demanded the otflccr.
"What Muelir'
"Don't monkey with mc, old man!
There's a smell Dootlog ovor th'.s block
Bt to knock a horse over, and Ibe people arc turning ont and threatening tn
hang Iho mau wlo killed the polecat!"
Mr, Bowser got camphor, chlorldo of
lime, violet water, copperni, now mown
hay and e-.erylhing else lhat he could
gather up nt Ibe drug Itore, and afler
an hour's work bc killed the smell and
got the windows and doors shut. Tho
crowd gathered in front of the houso
scattered, but no stones were thrown.
When the oidtetnont was nvrr ho faced Mrs. Bonier and began:
; "Woman, there were cock roaches,
germs, ml. robes nnd bacteria In thll
bonne, mil 1 brought home au e.lcr-
tightly drawn over a drum shaped
cylinder, and so arranged that the atmospheric pressure Is always the
same on both sides, quite Irrespective
of any nlr blast It ls therefore always able to vibrato freely In response to thc waves of the echo, and
Us vibrations are mode lo open an.l
close certain electrical circuits whloh
ring a series of bells of various sizes.
If, for example Ibe object ts very small
music, and nothing at all of Instrument playing.
Well, eald the conductor, tn despair,
can you tell me csactly how many
beats tbere aro In a bar?
No, I canna, sir, replied the musical
Ignoramus, but —eagerly— I can toll
you Just how many bars there are ln
a beat!
$100 Reward, $100.
Tl. rna.ni or tli— eap<r wlll bo plaued to |.
that (lier. I, .. Imt qu dlNded (ll,_o tint art.	
tin. been .bl. to cur. In 111 It. el.«M. .n* tbat I.
Catanh. Hall', ctarrb euro w (be only pojlllve
euro now known lo tb. mtaiial tr.tcrolly.   tot.rrr
being i. conetltutlonal dhieae,
Dr. Hoots. Ihe American Bishop ot
Hankow, says lhat when he Brat went
to China before so tunny of the Chin
os- .ul off Ihelr queues, or pigtails, ho
bad loma difficulty lu remembering
peoplo, llie fa. cs or lhe Chinese seem-
Ing all so very much alike.
I'm getting over in. difficulty now,
he laid one day to a iiiandarln; but
in tho beginning you all looked as like
as two peas.
Two pcis'.' rrpealed thn mandarin,
smiling.     Why not say two .luetics?
Well Meant
Mr. Balfour tells a good slory coa-
corning an EngUin golfer playing on
a French course, who understood no
language but bis own.
IP- made a tlmi approach shot with
hli Iron, ami lucceoaod lu laying 1,1a
ball dead. I'o lurr.cd round lo his
eaddy tor applause, Tho laller saw
wbat was ozpoclo.l of him, nnd did
ills host lo rise to tho occasion.
II" described llie shot iu Iho only
English wordi. whloh ho had beard
habitually asvocifttod wllh any ro-
markahlc luecellflll Blroko In till
gamo. Looking full lu hla omploy.
eia face with hli most winning tind
lympathello smile, ho tillered tlio
woida:
llcisll; Bid a
Mlnard's   Liniment  Curei  Garget
Cowi
coni.itu.ion .nd
 ■• lu floiq. its' worl.  .no prorrrfito.	
bo much f.iih {an. cuistlv. power, that th.r otter
nr at a rrent distance from tbo shin ' terasilr. .ct»» .Urectljr tipon the blood sod mucom
ot at a iieiii, u suiiico iiom tno snip   ^^  0f ,„,  ,njm   ttne(,„  a,.tBy|0.  ,„
a very small bell rings, while a larg-   iouoa.iiop ot il|» iiuim. od «i»ln» the patient
object ot a distance of say two miles   ':"""<*> orbulldlni.up in. *
would ring n large bell, and a very
largo object a still larger bell. The
apparatus gives an audible notice tf
anything ls ahead of thc ship.
Another apparatus produces a diagram of tho disturbances In the air—
that is, when there la no nolBe except
that due to tue action of the ship or
Iho sea waves, a wavy line Is produced on a paper ribbon, but when-
over the vibrations sent out from tho
ship alrilto an object and the delicate
echo waves return the wavy line becomes very much Increased In amplitude. The distance between tlio reflecting object and the ship may bs
measured hy the length of lho paper
or ship between the disturbance
marking the giving off of tho vibrations and that marking Iho receiving
of the echo. The slzo of the object
may be concluded from the amplitude
of the waved lliat return.
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The French Consul at Cettlnjo has
been telling an amusing story of
Prince Ditnilo of Montenegro.
Ono evening, when Prlnco Danilo
was (inlle a llttlo boy, tbo Boyal family wero gathered round tho Are and
tho children were reciting little pieces
of poetry to their parents. When tt
came to Prince Danllo'a turn be seemed to he very much embarrassed.
If you don't know anything else, sail
his mother coaxlngly, you may Just
tell us a llttlo story.
I can't mother, he said; I really
can't.
Please do! said his mother. We
should like It very much.
A very lillle one. then, said the
boy.
Certainly, If you don't know a long
one, a little ono will do.
And you'll give me a kiss afterwards? he bargained.
Of course I shall, his mother replied.     And so will your father.
This seemed to encourage the hoy,
so he stood up boldly and announced: There was once a beautiful
china vase—and I've just broken tt!
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A well-known Judge recently dined
at an hotel In Dublin where the maa
who takes 'charge of the hats is celc
bratcd for hla memory about the ownership of headgear.
How (to you know that this Is my
liai? tbo judge asked, as bis hat was
handed to him,
1 don't know lt, sir, said Pat,
Then why eld you glvo it to me?
replied the Judge.
Becauso you gave it lo me, sir, said
Ibo man, without moving a muscle of
lllB fUCO.
A Reasonable Inference
Thero wns a parochial sehool In a
remote moorland dlslrlnt of u southern Scotch comity, ot which tho attendance bad, from various causes,
nt ono time dwindled down to a single
self reliant boy; and one afternoon
In a lull of school work tho llttlo fellow looked up wllb a reilectjvo air and
said:
Malstor, I think lho schulo'll no bs
lu the Morn.
What pills tbat In your bead, boy?
haughtily Inquired the master, to
which tho lad Immediately replied:
Because I'll no be here!
An amusing iiury Is being lold In
minuter nml"—
|    "You come In bed," she liit-rrupled | (1|     €irelas
ns she led (ho wny npitnlri, and be u A m|„||, newspaper repnrlc.1 n
swallowed nt the lump In bis lliront Upoccil mndo by Mr. Mills 'I'. Powell,
and followed afler. tho editor of thc Klnnnelal Nowe, Tho
_  I name wan gi'. in Inillallnclly. nml wheu
Matlriall. | 111" roporl lipprarcil In prlnl Mr, Pow-
The visitor wns examining the clew. | dl Hgurod ns Mr. h. B, D, Powell.
W.  N.  U.  932
"Can any llltln hoy 1(11 ine whnl a fishnet ll mnde of?"
"A lot of little lio'c tied together
With string.." suld a bay-New Ierk
Amen.*!...
MnitlRlrnlo |.lli.'linri:1ng pilsoncr)—
Now Ihen. I would ad.hie you '.„ grJOp
nwny from bad Opmp*'
Prisoner —TJ;
won''.,,-Tne hero again.
you   «ir,     Vou
Through Indiscretion In eating
green frull In summer mnny chlldm
become subject to cholera morbus
caused by Irritating acids that act violently on tho lining ot the Intestines,
Pains and dangerous purging! onsuo
nnd tho delicate system of the Child
Buffers unilcr lho drain. Jn »uch
ensns the safest and surest medicine
la Dr. J. r>. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It wlll check tlio Inflammation
and savo the childV life.
Itultor—Anything i« your stocking
ciirliilman momliiR?
Buffer—Not 'till I dressed.
Ai'.hma Vlcllmi. Tho man of woman subject to asthma Is Indeed a
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Prom such a condition Dr. 3, D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy hm brought
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An American wns vlslllng lho South
Devon const recently, nnd bo expressed surprise at tho flue flowers nnd
vegetables growing lu a cottager's garden, He leaned over Iho garden gato
and talked matters over wllh tho cottager.
Pino (lowers, those, he exclaimed!
How do vou manage to grow them?
Oil, I suppose lis the climate! was
Ihn reply.
And those cabbages, lhe American
proceeded. What makes tbem grow
so big.
Jusl tlio climate, tho other explained.
M'm said tho American thought-
fully. Now In New York about all
wo eau grow Is akyaorapnri, but wc
grow them preily big and uulck. Only
last yonr a fitly glory building sprang
up and It grew lo quick that It had
no (.talis nor lift.
T1H cottager rI.ii.ii1. I law do you
get lo the top, then? he naked.
Oil, aald tho American, moving on,
climb ll- Just climb Itl
Doubtful
Fenshaw—1 hear you are to wed
Colonel Swinger, Jlrs. Orasse. He's
a noble fellow, every inch a soldier,
born to command.
Widow GrasBe—H'm. We'll seo
about that, llr. Fenshaw; we'll so,
about that.
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Supposing I decide to let you have
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said Spiff kins.
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Ah! ln that case I may think better
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bring blm with you.
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The expression on his faco stiowed
lhat ho wus easily Irritated, and tlio
contractor Into whoso ofllco ho wulk
ed braced himself for troublo.
I wish, sold the Irritable man, lhat
you would do me a favor In connection
wllh the work of my bouse.
Anything that wo can do will be
choerfully attended to,
Thank you.     I wlBh you'd send
new man lo (io the painting.
But the one we havo there ls i
excellent workman,
I don't doubt that. But bo's been
thcru Ihreo days, and he hasn't wills-
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music and an. usually very slow at
picking up it tune, but I'vo learned
that wllh all tho variations, and if
It's Just lhe sumo to yon, I'd like to
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aSti lor over SIXTY YKAKSI.V Mll.l.tnNt. of
MOTIU-.K8 ter IlKir CIIU.lil.HN Willi.*)
TKKTHINO, with 1'I.RI-r.Cr BUCCB8S. B
SOOTHKS the CHILI.. BOFTirXS lhe (.IMS.
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CUKIM WINUCOUO, and
is tht beet remedy (or DIARRHOSA, I. I.lab.
•oliitely harmless, Bo .up. -nil uak lor "Mr*.
Wlnalow'. Soothing Syrup." and lake I
kind.   Twenty-five lcuis a bollk.
a oilier
CANCER
Book Tree. A annul.
Ham. Ire.(men. removed
lump from I hie lady'c br.aaf
Old .ores, ulcer, tad
drowths cured. De.crib.
r..r troukl. j wo will .cad book aad ...llmaatala.
THK CANADA Cancer INSTITure, ian...
ie CHURCHILL AVI.. TORONTO
Nuns as Spies
A Lcmberg, Vlenco, ne.vspnpcr has
recently reported tke discovery o(
three Russian spies by tin olllccr on
tho railway at Komarlno, In the een-
ter ot Austrian Polnml, between Lew.
berg and Savnbor. Tho olllccr, Oo-
comli.R suspicions about three nuns in
n train, had llicm arrested, whereupon It was ascortolnod Hint the mini-
were llusslail spies In dlsgulBO.
She—Just look al tlio trouble niont>7
can get you Inlo.
lie—Yos, but look at tho trouble It
can gel ynu out of.
Householder—By Jove, a real burglar. 1 say, Jusl wait a inluuto, wll
you?
Uurglnr—Wblle yci- call a copper I
I don't think.
Householder—-No, only while I call
my wlfo. Bho'B beard you every
night for twenty years, uud It will lie
a rcul ploasuro for her to sec you at
last
International
StockFood
DON'T let your hones
run down durlnj; tlic
winter midget no Knit tlmt
lliey will lose fleoli badly when
it oil start yo.irwring.DJbwiHg,
if honcn tire uoritorlceu
regularly ilium* tiie winter, ihey ne#d th«
■pltndld tonic .ffac-U cf INTERNATIONAL
STOCK FOOD, ta tone up the di^Mive
iirgans, enablo them lo (ft nil (lie pmd <>»i
of their feed, prevcm Uie liim.'l from1
becoming overheated, nhd thnn win! nil olwaie.
LANOHAU, HASK.| Jnn. ..-tli. i'i"
"I have fed IKTKftNATIpNAT, STOCK I'OOD for many ycdw. I alwaythare
• 25 pound Mil atMidlni In mjr barn. I Imuuht a mlr of thice yenr old cnlin nnd ihry
wet ew worked down tlial my neighbor! said 1 find hern bent. Wben I h-mnlil llm
colln, tbey weighed aw wt, I ploughed »i •crcs nnd iluy welshed jfiw-ihrii I
biirvealed i6t ncren snd threnhed und liauled one oni load to towii.omllei, I weighed
them (iijalii and ihcy weighed |m Snd I unld "They ■Itoll weigh aooq before Miring".
Huve, the N>i«lilHirn want to buy tbem but t line's un .li.meu".      J. (!. HKMl'1.1..
Tor anle by desist! everywhere. Our f ..twn.flft mock uook—ienl free when we
receive your mtnic and mbli e> s.     ItirUNATIUNAI. bt OCK MOD CO. MMlUD, TORONTO.
IHE GUI .ROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.
WINNIPEG, CALGARY
EAECUTIVK
A, Orersr, m. J. Frcem, John Konn«_.. wiHomjMoirat.
8s.kstcli.wsn—Ota.
Alberts—ll.   .1.   Kiel.ni.
OinbCTORATE
M«nltob«-T.   A.   frcrnr   John  Keniirfly,  Will.   Mortal,   It.   MOKonBe,
Csntlav.71   A.  Mnl.nrs   P.   W.  Oreen, I.  Morrison.   Alberts—I'..   .1.
Byoucotulgn youi-Si. to ...1 it will ifoWsS sftor In in. bail pessluio remitter.
To belter the eonolllon el the f.rraer ertlut'out tho eprese* betw^n Uio rraiurcr snd th..
eonsumsr.   ,  1—_.—.—— A THE  PROSPECTOR. CRAN BROOK.  B- C.
OVERSTOCKED
We Are Putting On Sale at Cost the Lines Here Listed
Prices are for Cash With Order, Only
The goods can be seen at any time in the upper storey of our store and in our warehouse
Buggies, Democrats, Surreys, Deliveries, &c.
BCGOY WITH SHAFTS    PRICE WA8 $ 94.00
BUOGY WITH SHAFTS      PRICB WAS    98.00
BUOOY,  SOLID ItUBBKB TIRES,  SHAFTS  PRICB WAS  130.00
BUOOY, TOP AND SHAFTS      PRICE WAS  104.00
BUOOY, HEAVY WITH SHAFTS     PRICB WAS 10..00
BUOOY, TOP AND SHAFTS     PRICB WA8 114.00
BUGGY, OPEN WITH SHAFTS     PRICB WAS    90.00
BUGGY, OPEN WITH SHAFTS     PRICB WA8    92.00
SURREY, 1 SBAT8, OPEN WITH POLE      PRICK WAS U5.00
SURREY, TWO SEATS, TOP AND POLB    PRICE WAS  235.00
DELIVERY, HEAVY WITH SHAFTS     PRICB WAS  128.00
DELIVERY, WITH SHAFTS      PRICB WAS    95.00
DEMOCRAT,   2 SEAT WITH POLE      PRICB WAS  133.00
DEMOCRAT, 2 SEAT WITH POLE      PRICK WAS  115.00
DEMOCRAT, HEAVY, POLB AND BRAKE     PRICB WAS 175.00
DEMOCRAT, POLE AND BRAKE      PRICB WAS  110.00
DEMOCRAT, HEAVY, POLE AND BRAKE     PRICB WAS  170.00
ROAD CART, WITH SHAFTS     PRICB WAS    30.00
SBLL AT COST...
SBLL AT COST....
... 208.00
SELL AT COST....
...   76.00
SELL AT COST....
... 115.00
SBLL AT COST...
... 150.00
SBLL AT COST...
WAGONS-Studebaker Make
2. GEARS, 3} INCH STEEL SKEIN, 2) INCH TIRB	
3. GEARS, 4 INCH STEEL SKBIN, 8 INCH TIRB 	
1. GEAR, 3J INCH STEEL SKBIN, 3 INCH TIRB	
3. GEARS,  31 INCH STEEL SKEIN', 3 INCH TIRB	
1. COMPLETE, WITH BOX, 3) I ch Stiel 8! em, 3 Inch Tire
PRICE WAS  146.00
PRICB WAS 200.00
HRICE WAS 130.00
PRICE WA8  125.00
PRICB WAS  145.00
SBLL AT COST. 110.00
SBLL AT COST 160.00
SB ,L AT COST  100.00
SELL AT COST    9' 00
SELL AT COST 116.00
Adams Make
GEAR, 3 INCH STBBL SKBIN, 2 INCH TIRB	
COMPLETE with box 3 in., STEEL SKEIN, 21n. TIRB
GEARS, H INCH STEEL SKEIN. 3 INCH TIRE	
GBAR, 31 INCH STEEL SKBIN, 3 INCH TIRE	
Also sleighs, cutters, robes, sleigh
PRICE WAS    75.00
PRICE WAS 100.00
PRICE WAS  115.00
PRICB WAS  100.00
bells and all winter
SELL AT COST  65,00
SBLL AT COST  83.00
SBLL AT COST  95.00
SELL AT COST  85.00
goods at cost
Implements
PLOWS, 8 INCH STUBBLB, COMPLETE 	
PLOWS. 10 INCH STUBBLB. COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 12 INCH STUBBLE, COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 1.4   ... H STUBBLB. COMPLETE 	
PLOWS, 12 INCH BREAKER, WOOD BEAM	
PLOWS, 14 INCH BREAKER. WOOD BEAM	
PLOWS, 14 INCH, BRUSH BREAKER, WOOD BEAM.
HEAVY 	
PLOWS 6 INCH STUBBLE, ONE HORSE	
PLOWS, 2 FURROW DISC PLOWS, 4 HORSE BVENER
PLOW, 2 FURROW OANG PLOWS, 4 HORSE BVENER
HARROWS, OUT-THROW DISC, I HORSE EVBNBR ...
HARROW, IN-THROW DISC, 3 HORSE EVBNBR 	
8BT8   HARROWS,   DIAMOND   POINT,   3   SECTIONS,
WITH   DRAWBAR 	
SETS HARROW8;LBVBR, 2 SECTION, With DRAWBAR
8BT8 HARROWS, 8PRINO TOOTH, 18 TEETH 	
WHEELBARROWS 	
CYLINDER PULPER AND SLICER 	
POTATO DIGOBR  	
HOR8B HOB AND CULTIVATORS 	
DIAMOND POINT CDLTIVATOR	
RUBY POINT CULTIVATOR 	
8PIKB TOOTH CULTIVATOR 	
8INOLB WHBBL GARDEN CULTIVATORS 	
FOUNTAIN SPRAYERS 	
GARDEN HOBS   	
OPEN HOBS 	
NOROROB8 HAND CULTIVATORS 	
POTATO PLANTERS, HAND	
CYCLONE 8BBDBR8 	
ADJUSTABLE HOES 	
DUTCH HOBS	
8PRAYER8 	
PRICE WAS  19.00
PRICE WAS  10.00
PRICB WAS  21.00
PRICB WAS  23.00
PRICB WAS  26.00
PRICB WAS  17.00
PRICB WAS  35.00
TRICE WAS  17.00
PRICE WAS  16.00
I RICE WAS  88.00
PRICE WAS  43.00
PRICB WAS  42.00
PRICB WAS    19,00
PRICB WAS    13.00
PRICE WAS    19.00
PRICB WAS      6.00
PRICE WAS    19.00
PRICB WAS    17.00
PRICE WAS    11-00
PRICB WAS    16.00
PRICE WAS    16.00
PRICK WAS    14.00
PRICB WAS      8.00
PRICE WAS      8.00
PRICE WAS 60
PRICB WAS 60
PRICB WAS      1.25
PRICE WAS     1.76
PRICB WAS     2.60
PRICB WAS 60
PRICB WAS 65
PRICB WA8 76
SBLL AT COST  16.00
8BLL AT COST  17.00
SBLL AT COST  18.00
SELL AT COST  20,00
SELL AT COST  21.00
8BLL AT COST  U.0O
SBLL AT COST.  10.00
SBLL AT COST  13.90
SBLL AT COST  76,90
SBLL AT COST  71.00
SELL AT COST  38.00
SELL AT COST  17.00
SELL AT COST  U.M
8BLL AT COST  19.25
SBLL AT COST  16.50
SELL AT COST   6.00
SBLL AT 008T  16.76
SBLL AT COST  14.00
SELL AT COST.   8.76
SELL AT COST    11.00
SELL AT COST    12.00
SKLL AT COST.    11.80
SBLL AT COST      6.40
SELL AT COST     6.76
SBLL AT COST 43
SBLL AT COST, 61
SBLL AT COST      1.00
SELL AT COST     1.16
SBLL AT COST      1.60
SALE AT COBT 58
BBLL AT COST 56
SALB AT COST. 61
Suitcases
11.   SUITCASES  PRICB WAS..
10.   SUITCASES   PRICE WA8	
I.   BUITCASBS     PR. 'IB WAS	
10.   8UITCA8B8   PItlCB WAS	
16.   8UITCA8A8   PRICE WAS	
8.   8UITCA8BS   PRICB WAS	
10,   BUITCASBS   PRICK WAS    I
ALSO CLUB BAOS AND TBLESCOPBS.
1.00      SBLL AT COST  1.50
1.50      SKLL AT COST  1.16
3.00      SELL AT COST  1.10
4.00      HKLL AT COST  1.00
8.01)      SKLL AT COST  6.00
9.00      SELL AT COBT  6.60
11.60      SBLL AT COST  1.66
Harness
42.00
37.00
29.00
45.00
'IJ.U!)
48.00
36.00
42.00
32.00
8BT8 HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING  PRICK WAS.
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVINO  PRICK WAS.
BET HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVING   PRICK WAS.
8BT HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING   PRICE WAS.
SETS HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVINO  PRICK WAS.
SETS HARNB8S, DOUBLB DRIVINO  PRICK WAS.
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVINO   PRICK WAS
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVINO   PRICK WAS,
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB DRIVING   PRICE WAS.
SET HARNESS, DOUBLE DRIVING   PRICE WAS    48.01)
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO    PRICK WAS    18.00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING   PRICE WAS    23-00
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING   PRICK  WAS    26.00
8BT3 HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO   PRICK WAS ...     	
BET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVINO   PFtKB WAS..
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING   PRICK WAS..
8BT HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING  PRICK WAS...
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING   PRICE WAS...
SET HARNESS, BINOLB DRIVINO   PRICE  WAS..
SET HARNESS, SINGLE DRIVING  PRICE WAS..
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM, COLLARS   PRICE WAS..
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM, COLLARS   PRICE WAS..
8ET HARNESS, DOUBLE, FARM  PRICE WAS..
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM  PRICE WAS..
SET HARNESS,  DOUBLE FARM, COM.AHB    PRICB WAS     40.00
SET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM  PRICB WAS    46
8BT HARNE88, DOUBLB FARM  PRICK WAS    46.00
8ET HARNESS, DOUBLB FARM  PRICK WAS    40.00
BET HARNB88, DOUBLB FARM  PRICE WAS,
13.60
16.00
22.00
22.00
28.00
28.00
11.00
66.00
67.01)
49.no
62.00
SALE  AT COST     ...00
SALB AT COST     30.86
9AI.K AT COST    2400
SELL AT COST    87.00
SKLL AT COST    33.66
SKLL AT COST    40.00
BELL AT COST    11.1
HELL AT COST    34".0O
SBLL AT COST    87.10
SELL AT COST    1D.40
SKLL AT COST     18.00
SELL AT COST     19.40
SKLL AT C03T    81.40
SELL  AT COST     U.M
SHLL AT COST     12.60
SKLL AT COST     18.(
SKLL  AT COST     18.00
SHLL AT COST    23.76
SKLL  AT COST     22.50
SKLL  AT COST     1**0
HELL AT COST    47.76
SBLL AT C08T    48.10
HELL  AT COST     42.90
SELL  AT COST     46.10
SELL AT COST     88.40
SELL  AT COST     19.00
HELL AT COST    88.20
3ELL  AT COST    3S.00
SELL AT COST    34.1'
Blankets
BLANKETS, LINED CANVAS   PRICB WAS..
BLANKETS, LINED JUTE   PRICE WAS..
BLANKETS, LINED CANVAS   PRICK WAS..
BLAOKET8. ALL KERSEY   PRICB WAS..
BLANKETS, LINED CANNAS   PRICK WAS...
BLANKETS,  KERSEY   ,  PBIOB WAS..
11.   SADDLE. BLANKET PADS. HBAXY   PRICE WAS..
10.   SADDLE, BLANKET PAD8. UOHT   PRWB WAS..
3.50
1.00
t.o*
3.25
4.26
3.26
1.50
1.26
Collars
M. WHIPS
14. WHIPS
14. WHIPS
26. WHIPS
M
11. TRUNKS .
7. TRUNKS .
IS. TRUNKS .
10. TRUNKS ,
N.   TRUNKS
Pack Sacks. Chapps, Sweat Pads. Baskets,
11. PACK BACKS   	
1.   PAIR CHAPPS 	
15,   DOZEN SWEAT PADS, DOZEN
15.   BASKBTS, 1 1IIIHIIKL, FIKLII
12. BABKKTB,   1 TIIIHHRL, APPLE WITH HANDLES
41.   OANTHOOK8, DUCKBILL, HICKORY  V
6,   LUMBER LOAD HINDERS
30.   AXB HANDLES. LONG, HICKORY
Cranbrook Trading Co.,Ltd.
«. COLLARS, TEAM  PRICE WAH
14. COLLARS. TEAM  PRICK WAS
11. COLLARS, TEAM  PRICE WAH.
14. COLLARS, TEAM   PRICK WAS
Saddles
1.   SADDLE      P,*ICK WMJ
I.   SADDLE     PRICB   *VA8
1,   SADDLE     PR-CE WAS
I.   SADDLE     PRICE WAS
WHIP8      PRICE WAJ* THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, B. C.
ex   Theatre
i-owil Is lu.H.leil ihi- wa)
When Vou Sep the Crowd
There most la "a mi ithinij doing"    When the
H's a Balo juesi th il they're
Coming To This  Picture Show
All ivho conn., are bou d to come again, because we please, as well ae
entertulit. lie for your mooey" to be had In town.
ALL SING HUH PRAISEI    liVERYBODY  IS DELICHTEDI
Monday and Tuesday s Program.
1, The Cattle King's Daughter.    A j.'reut Western Drama.
2. Ni_-mes:s.   A strong drama with Maurice Costello.
3. An Interrupted Elopement.    Farce-Comedy
4, pathe's Weecly
The weather lin'i been cold throughout South Kootenay tor the past
three dayB.
Spoclnl Easter, services will be held
ir th,.. chur hes on Sunday, with special ii.usicnl programmes.
KILBY     FRAMES     PICTURES
E. I>nttTS< n left on Saturday last,
in rosronse to a wire iitntlni; that
ti s sister. Mrs. Nicoll hud died.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. 0. Abrahams, ol
Nelson were guests at the Cranbrook
Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Ro.en. nnd Mrs. C. Beck,
if Jaffray, were Cranbroolt visitors
Tuesday.
A, is. Humphries ol Lethbrldge,
was a guest at the Cranbrool* Thursday.
If You Have an Engagement in View
nk   brewery   wiU!
1 about  th:^   lf-th!
F''AS.iii IN', t.iati-a:   . ;:■:.■•<: i :\
Alabastine ■**
.- :th cold wati r and a flat e
.n be re-coated without rem  ■ J
,'.,' latine walls bave life, be
....-:. , |j .   . ,- ■
tatinc w [] uol Fade orrul I
is sbow you tbe 2! different tin      _   ' -
mens of Alabastine worls     Alabastiued wa  i
ist le 9 than others, a::-.l las. longer
FREE 5TENC1LS   Vou ean .■■■: cl  ig
Stencils, wurth from ">■ * to $ 1 .(H), free     I.t-t ui
ell jrou aboat this free Stencil offer a-
(P— "An Error on the Whole"
"The I iditrs stopped the little  hoy  whose, legs  were briar
And  marvelled al  the funny  way his fllittle   punts   were
P Itl     !   '.I
'Why did they palch with white'?, ihoy asked, 'and not uso
brown. L:i~l■ -:l-I"'r
Tlio small boy scowled and touched the spot-. 'That ain't no
patch', ho said "   (Mac awl Mac Sunset).
F, Parks <& Co.
Hardware and Mill Supplies
CRANBROOK,
^
B. C.
K   II.  Hollar!., of  Wiirdnor was ir
tbo City Tuesday.
The ("ity Band will bold a dance al
tbo Auditorium on March 81,
Uo to thc Charity Hull  on Monda;
night ami have a good timo.
.iim*-. Carr wan at Blko Tuesday oi
busluoss
Mr. niif, Mrs. .*". RobBon, o! Peruli
wore Cranbrook visitors Tuesday,
A.   Doyto  uf  Kort   Stee'e,   was    li
town Thursday
The  new   Cranbri
commence operatloi
01 April.
A, B, Watts of Wattsburg, was
transacting buatn ish at Oranbroo'
Wednesday.
KILBY     FRAMBS     PICTURES
Miss Bailey, of Vancouver, waa th-.
guest of her'smter, Mrs. John BmXth,
(u« week,
Constable Joe w.i--.,. o! Forf|teeli
wis in town Wednesday on legal bus
Iness.
v   Burdel to,   ol   Uarysville,    wa
d nd In ■    business   at  Cranbroo
Friday.
Bliss   -.lice Hill oi BaineB, ont., le
sltung a1  ' hi  11-  e of her brother,
\. il. Hill, of thla Citj
RN   Ai    ■.. n ■<       oo March Mth
Mr   am    Mrs   Charles R.  Hanna,
: Hoy fa. a son
■rVl.'s   PLACE" for CIGARS
I   POBAOCOS
BORN _1 renbro '*, on Wednejj
ay, March   19tb   to Mr. and Mrs. K
h son.
Sirs   W        I aldlaw w.i! be at home
March    2ftb    and   tb
oirtb  Wednesday thereafter,
I■*• nd Jeff, with a comi-an
' 50 performers will be at the Aud-
tori :■■. oext Thursday.
W R. Ross, M Ulster of Lands.
passed through Cranb-*ook Thursday
«., route to Fernie.
KILBY      FRAMES      P .TL'RES
Mrs. A. -McFarlane of Moyie was
-'-.stered nt the Cosn.opc.itan Fri
•lay
BORN—At Cn n rook Saturday,
rarch 15th,  to Mr. nnl Mrs,  J. F
; ichcro.t—a son.
F, iv Simpson of Victoria came in
n  Friday.     "Fred"   has a host o
friends   in    Cranbrook   that  will  b(
It ased to 6ee him.
Get a do:.rn of triple weight Naval
ranges nt Finks Pure Food Grocery.
During the parly part' ol this week,
ir.ilns over the Crow Line were late,
iw n^ to the heavy enow iall in tht
Tne Veteran Club are holding a
V-ilst Drlvo on Saturday, Apr*. 6th.
Trckets   $1.00. IMt
of Chicago was n
Dr. W. H. Thompson
ol S| Dkane, Wash
DENTAL AND ORAL SURGERY
Will be located in the offices
formerly oci tipied oy Dr. lull
over the Pa I ..i '..ware
Btore, Ap . Ji.i to June 1st,
1913. Cran irook, B. l.
11   W,   Woiidtl.i.
town Wcdneaday
George Powell lelt on Tuesday on ;
business trip rn .-Jpnknne
John Wlrtb, of Fort rft»ole, wai m
ibe City Monday on business,
Fresh radish nnd  Green    onions ui
K n es Pure Food Grocery
Crnnhrook anglers cannot fish untl
I the flrst of May thta ye tr
1    R,  E   !!•■ ttie,
' ti-wn Thursday
C   n. McDou all   .1 Kiinberl ly, wn
ii* tbe City Thursday.
John Ta] oi      Moyle wuh registered   .!  tl •  i n Th tri I .v
Dr.  W.   H.   Thompson,    will open
! open   der tal    parlors   In   Cranbrook
ibout April  5th.    He will o'capy the
rooms lately vacated by. br. Hall.
it. a. Fras r has been appointed
■i.Htrirt Deputy, Grand Supreme Di:
.ator of the Loyal Order of Moose
or Bast Kootenay District,
The executive of the Board o
i'i all* held u meeting on Monday af
ternoon, at which various matters oi
mportance to the district was dit>
uaaed.
KILBY      FRAMBS     PICTURES
Mrs. John l). Gllmour, Burwell Av
roue, will receive for tho first tlm
ifnce her marriage, oa Tuesdaj,
March 25tta, and on the third Tuet*
day in each month.
Mr. W. 0. Crebbin has roslgned hli
"isition  u* timekeeper for tho C.P
I Ca gary. was In   R  ^h0|)8 to ftCCC,,t, another wi h tht
I Provincial Co 'ei nment as clork In tbt
overnment Building, Cranbrook.
Local   News
i'.« t ires, i  ■ Luste, are a
ble ent I      . bt n
the load and I       ten the
Pictures ar" what we are       I   n
ter ■. ted   fn I tlm<
.on wai t ,
ably    i. . . I . ,:    KILBY
Frames Pici   ■■
Harrj   tfatl      na.l   W    Duncan  oi
Kort. Steele,   fa i in town on Friday
il  King) | te w.u
P i  nis       i in i. ■
!•'     II     li
Olty Friday
Mrs   HI . ;,•■,"■ mc
wai ui town i1      i
Pi toi    I    '..  ■ .  .„  .i   ,   his
i berry Cree    rt nch , n Tuesday
Geo   ii   i *n     lefi on   Wed I ly
■ •ii n hu nne  i trip to Bpuknne
l    M    u    .  i
ii town Thursday.
Don t I    ■■' the   ■ barlty Bail * n I
'        '  .     !■   Hit
\   I*.   !' .at. rn m ol Jaffray was in 1
to a Friday
Carnation*3 anl daffo.lilK at Fm i
Pi re Food GroCOl •
M   *'■■ V-. H'ii i    ' treeter ol Fei
rvere m tov n Friday
VctlVfl i- i r-'n" mad
"i ro mo c ii.* er ttona in thi
     • W.'f' Hi tn f'rPfk,
Usi    Taylor   - f   Kin he ley    wa
n ' a/   buHlness    in   Crnnb'tn
idrtj
Goortce Wntnon, ol Fort Steele, wan
i ns icf ii'   hu  a i.u  at   Cranbroo
Thursday
T A, Corey / nd wlfo ol Modi n
ii f wore r ■ im re I »t th ' Cran
hrno'i Friday.
rohn   Dennlnn wns ronf n"d fn his
homo during the nntly tart -l tbls
n   G9   )■ VycliKa   was in town  work with livgrlppo
Friday, ———
■ImiIo Ifyan, who hna boon ftt the
ISnatci  1.1 Ilea nl Finds Pure Food Const, for f.lin last month," returned
Grocery, home mi Tuopday,
Florida grape fruit at Finks Puri
■'ood Grocery.
The Loyal Order of Vooa* held a
cgular   mo tin [  on  Wednerday,  at
hrb consider   !»■ bu inesa wattran
n ted.    i»n at'atlon ol o'icth, will
.   place Wednesday, A; rli 16th.
"BOB'S   PLAOH" for CIOARB
and TOBACCOS
Anglers of Eaat Kootenay have no
>ai Ifl I r s*1i facll n in the fact
rat tbo troul senion In WeHt) Koot-
ay has ho'n advanced ten day,
h eh ih 21_ days earlier thaa trout
t-n be caught in this district.
Base ball onlhuslaati will petition
the city Council to provide recreation grounds eaat ol town. If thi
nocosiary grounds are secured, tho
various athletic clubtuwlll havo thmi
ft. need.
On Monday, Bt. Patrick's Day,
i'l'-cji ties, shamrocks anl othor iav
lonal emblomo woro much in nvldenoo,
Good Friday waa oolobratod in the
ii'ii'il way, I'a"' a ami other public In
Itutionn in in • closod,
KILBY     FRAMBS     PIOTDREB
Tin1 ii  meal  market dollvcry team
inn awny Mund iy,  wl.i«-h rosultod   ti
broken Hhft't. • a Woiln idny Tny-
lor'i ii Ilk (I 'liveiy tram ian ('own
Huker atrret but wai Hlo.pul wi limit damage, riome-iody romar ed
that Cranbrook was _, swift town.
in our direction, WO invite you to
call aud look throuffh our stock of
new and high clnss Jcwchy, neat
in design and perfect in quality.
We make a speciality cf Gem En-
g£gement Rin^s and their succesj-
oi9 Wedding Kings If thinking
of either, we would appreciate a
call and a look ovei our stock. We
.ue wilting to lose a sale if you t an
resist qualities and prices.
RAWORTH
BROS
Jewelers & Opticians
For Sale and Rent
r'OB BALE—Bgga lor tliiti-lun | Irom
elected   Layers,   S.O.R.I.   Reds,   Hal,
r| li gtoui,   White «)-..n loit.s, ri..
h   ■   and    Blown    I.i i^bunia.    $l.rj
i   13 ejga     i ' Gartside,   rl at.
. .<-". 1 ou.try Fan.., Oranbrook,
Phone the Ranch. 10-St
4*10 acres oi lamt fo. sale neat May
nock, price $15. ver acre, tenna 1.
really   payments.     See  llealo &   1*31
Two lots near the Public Sclun
.vith a 1-oise on each, brin^ In $20.0
, nion'h rent, can be boufrht Iron
tlealo & Elwell f.ir SJS50.00 on terms
FOR KAl_—Baby's Bu::gy foi
s 1?, nearly new. Apply Mrs. J. S
Bra'«, Durick Avenue. ll-2t
FOR BALE—Organ, 2 nianuel, jpel-
.1 base, for sale, cheap, ln good condition.     Apply Prospector Olllce.
U-2t
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
Owner ol stx-roomed, modern an
■omfortnble residence on Cardcu Av
nue wishes to sell same, subject t.
delivery on or alter .luno 1st. $503
'own and   $50. per non'h until bal
nee ts pnld; or .$1500. down nnd $2
'.er   month   on   la'aicc;   or $2,0'0
town md   $15. per month upon lal
.nee. Any rea-ronable proposition Fee
ures   the   property.    Pre-ent owns
er  will  guarantee a year's lea-e a'
S40.   per   nirn'h,   pnya'de rtunrtTl
:n advance to purchaser upon either
if the above ero o 1-ions.    Here  is
a chance to a good investment with
uo risk nttached.  AddresB prospector, Drawer 320. 12-tf
Stop! Read this! Drop Head, bes'
finish, Singer Sewing Machines ar
sold lor $50.00. Terms: $5.00 cas'
and $3.00 per month. No interest
SS3.I10 II paid regularly at $5.0(1 pe
month, ot $50.00 ensh. So you sci
they cost very little more than th
cheap machine and you know you
have the best machine on the market
Phone 157 (or a tree trial lor one
week.    This will convince you.
Wants
WANTED—A competent m-.ld for general house work, Apply Mrs. H. A.
McKowan, Norhury Avenue, City.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CIT\
OF CRANBROOK
Appointment of City Engineer
Applicutions nro Invitod (or th.
position ol City Kng noer for t.ie
Corporation of the city ol Cranhrook.
Appli?anta would kindly state ex-
I&rkncn nud Hillary ro niirod. Appli
ration., should l •_■ ahilrcHsod tu thc
uutioratgnud s< us to to rvcolved by
March  29th,   10)8.
T. M. ROBDUTB,
City   Clerk.
Dated nt Crnnbrook, B. O.,
This Uth duy of March, 1913.
12-2t
All next week tho J-diron Theatr
nn; haviliK ronu: oi the hibt motli D
pictures thev havo over shown fn thc
innii. Unr.ng] ol illms ure Ih-1uk
continually mado ro that a por&on
going om? night don t soo thn Bam
pjotiiro another night. Thoy have an
oxcellont orchestra to aaatet and en
Mitnln you with.
A regular weekly me. ting ol the
Cranbroo'rt Conservative District As-
BOCtatlon was held in MathOBOU b
tialb tn Monday evening!  at   whlc'.
jii dera ;lo important bUBinrsB was
"..raDBacted, and a number oi comma-
ices reported progrcB.*..
"BOB'S   PLAOH*' lor OIQARS
and TOBACCOB
Mr. and Mrs. J. McNabb entertaln-
d a large number ol trleudB on Mon-
'ay night, the   event being n Bhftm-
uck BOD lal, under the atlBplcoa ot thi
,L\dios Aid of tins Methodist Church
I ('ho rooms were decorated In BhflUl
'  nek nnd green trailing tlowora.    Wa-
Voehmcnts were   served,   and a verj
! ileasnnt time rn oyod by all.
I   So many persons lmvo appllod  n*
;   liis olllce to be roglsterod an voters,
'.inly to llud  Ihnt thoy  urif not o'i
iblo, that we mention Ihe qualltica
Ions:    To be ml lod  io a uitc   n
inn must be a BrltUh subject of th
nil tign ot v.i years, bus rosldod In
'  ho Pfo lueo   six   mont b, and out
j   onth in Ur doctoral dis riot prior
to the date ol application tu iogi«
, tor.
j The BonoUt Ball to bo held in thi
!  .usltorlum on Tuosdny, March 25th
will ha given by tbo B.ii.c. o a,
!   nd the livers,as Club.    The KdlBOl
irehostra will lurniBh tho music. Tb
i ood reputation aloni of thu Kdis n
j   rchestra f>»i*   turn sblng   tb*   i i.-ti
Ind of music and ol tho best will te
i big drawing card lor the success .i
his tlenoflt Hall.
Kll.HY     PRAMfilS     PICTURES
T. Comml-tkey.i Inspector of ludi n
Vgencies   for   British ColUm la,, wa
n town Mcn;lay.    Ho \ i--ite:i St. Eu-
[ene Miision on Tuesday, vlelting th
dustriiil School, and on Wcdn sd y
lalted R, 1.. T. GaluaUh, Indian
Vgent at Fort Steele Wcdn sdny. On
Thursday he returned to Vlciorh
H. re; orts himself as much plsassd
ith hia visit.
fn liana are gather* ng from al
nrta of tin district1 to ta'ce part n
he Easter festivities at the St. Eug
nu Mission. It will le a great eight
and at the same time a great jov tor
.heir missionaries to see en Easier
Homing, those f.iithful ch idro i o
■vhom tome came from nnrs than
dxty miles away, to appro ch the
Sacrament and mite tbcmael.es to
be One who rcdemed all men.
Eugene Smith passed away o.
Thursday at th? St. Eugene Hospit-
1, Crnnbrook. Mr. Smith hid, previously been working at Bull Rlvei
.nd was brought in to Cranbroo1'' buI
3' ing from pneumonia two week:
a%o. He ia a native of Michigan
oming to this country about two
/ears ago. Fortunately bis broihs
d here and will aasist in hia lasl
Ites. Undertaker R. E. Beattie h tt
hargo of the funeral nrrang-nKn'-a
tervica will be hnld from-th; Salva
len Army barracks on Sunday after
ternoon at two o'clock.
W.   W.   KJI.HY
PRACTICAL    PICTUHK     FRAMEI
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
'.O. Roi Ml Crnnhrook. R C
EVERYBODY SHOULD
GET ON VOTERS' LIST.
AU who are qualified are urged tc
iave their names placed on the vo •
er's list ut the earliest possible mo
.uent. Some misunderstanding aeemt
o prevail as to the need for regb
tatii n. All ths old Provincial to
Jom n on voters' lists have been can-
:eled, ao that all who want to vote
.t forthcoming elections, either Fed
ral of Provincial, must register
mow. Those who fail to do so wiii
iave no voice ln ins iujIIc uff.ilra ol
.he eo:ntry.
Registration forma ecu be secured
nd filled   in at   The "Prospector
mice during my hour of tho buslueai
day, from now until April   7, when
ho lists close.
DEATtlE-MURPHY CO
MAKE A STATEMEN.
Wr iilwawi iiilvlmi (.et.ple who Imvi
utomnoli or Ix.wol trotililo to wo ..
doctor, lint to th.iHO who do not
vvliil. to .lo llili. wo will lay: try tlio
mixture ol rln.iil.. Imcktliorn luul.
(ilyeorin,, otr., hiiown n*. Aillor-l-ki.l
'fills itiiiiplii nnw romfldy h. ho powerful llml. .IIIHT OND liiisll. iiHiift.llv
rollovta «onr Htoniuch, (jnn on tho
Blotnaoh nml conotlpntloti qui(lKl,Y.
I'OOplv who try A.llor-1-kn nro our-
lirlaoil at Ita CJIIICK action, Tha
Ilouttle-Murphy Oo. «-lt
Do you feel all run down-
as if every movement were a nuisance? Are you constantly saying to
yourself "what is the use"?   Take a tonic.   Get
Syrup Hypophosphites, Clowdy
at once. It gives you back the joy of living-
makes you feel thas life is worth while indeed
The price is only $1.00 per bottle, and its value
is priceless.   Send or call for it to-day.
BEATTIE-MURPHY
Company, Limited
"THE REXALL STORE"
•H*<-++++-H-.~l-M-H ***. *******
'.'.      HEAD   OFFICE      ....
.l..._......M.*.H..H..1..w.
CALGARY, Alta       1
OUR BRANDS
On Meats and Lards Guarantee Their Quality-
All our l'rtiducts are Government Inspected
"The Kind That Tasies Good."
1 P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
CRANBROOK, - B.   C.
^aj_^^_|..|..l..|-|..H-*-^H*+*M--l-H'l-l- M-l-M •+ I-W-M-I-H-M4
Meet JHead Cn
On Sunnay morning nlo.it si.
i'clock, between Bt&vely r.nd Clares-
holm, on tho Cn-Kiiry und Masleod
branch ol the O. P, It., two freight
trains runnlni: nt full Bpeed, era b .t
iogothor head-on,   Fireman A. blloz,
.( on * of the train.-, wua liillrd ami
two other trainmen were in tired. The
ruins were no tadly wrecked tlml
he In. Wfi« bloched fill dny Huudity
nnd passenger tra'ni imd to be Bint
over the Aldersydc bn n :h vm Kipp.
Tiie acoidont wna rannad by on. oi
tbo onglneerfl reading hla orders in
correctly,
The Kootenay Telephone
Lines, Limited
General Omccs: Cranbrook, B, C.
Notice to Telephone Subscribers
The following new numbers have been put into service to date,
since the new Directory was issued:
460 Mrs. J. S. Braka R.s.dn.ee
■161 J. D. Gilroour Office
428 J. D. Gllmour Residence
461 Government  Forestry  Seme- .... J. D. Gllmour
462 E. F. Job. son (Plumber) Loop
459 Geo. R. Least Wer:. Shop
72    YouD j Mens' Club	
honestea.l.ng by thc Cun:.tl.an North-
e.n railway tbis year, ln British
Columbia the t'una.llfin Nurtbern are
to go in lor a more extensive immigration campaign than thoy bave yet
attempted. Nut only are they Loo.t-
.*{ their two st.ii.in.hipa, the Koy.il
...corge und the l.oyul hdwaril, to
capacity, but in ...IdiUon are maltin.
ui'iangctncntR with other Hues to aid
them In bring ng British settlers to
tuke up llanndian Northern railway
Mi.ia.li. ln western Onnndn. Ihe num-
unr brought lo Canada hy the toil!
lust year avcrago-l 2,uu0 a m ui.u, or
•.lipioxlmait'ly 2.r.,00u, British Immigrants during the year, but with the
additional transportation facilities
tbey hnve arranged for a greatly ln-
neuscd number to be brought out to
Canada.'
liaptist Chuicli
Rev,
Pastor:—
U.   _   isK.NU.U.,
ROBS-MACDONALD,
Moving Picture Cersor
Appointed
Victoria, B.C.-The provincial government has appointed C. L. Gordon
I Vancouver oensor of moving pie
iiro shows in the province ns provid-
d lor by the legislation ol the punt
.'ssion. His dulies nlil lie to pis
H on nil films shown in British Col
iimbia i,mi to lorhlil the prnductlo.i
of ll.usn which ho regards us harmful.
Ill addition, he will exercise HliperviN-
lon over the Ntriictiir.il upplluiicrB in
theatres where Ih; olnomatogrt.,h' i.
.1 own, tim nre prevention appllmcoB
u I exits ami. lhe suiiltnry nrrungi
nents Mr. Cordon hus for tho past
it years been cni'i gel (,n the oditor
a' stufl ol llm Vnncouver I'ro'ln-c,
latterly us city edllor.
Wild. HiiiNG IMMIORANT8.
Toronto—OBhorno Scott, nsiil.tnnt
gen ral p.iMnnigcr agent ol the ('a't'i
.it; n Nortborn railway ma'ios the
Ktutcinciil that prasllciilly 120,04)0
huiueuteatls   will   bo   opened up lor
A very pretty wedding tool, place
at the residence ol Mr. D. Macdonald
on Wednesday evening, wheu Mr.
Itobert II. Boss, and Miss Kutherino
ill. McDonald wero united in murrluge
hy tho Hev. W. K. Thomp'O.I, I'he
happy couple will mild.. In Cranbrook,
OBENING OF NBW CLUB.
On Fridny evening tho nw YOUOj
Men's Club wa. lormally opened.
Tbe opening address wus given hy
V. 18. Simpson of Vlctoriu, o.bcr lo
eal spraitors foi.Offing; sui,u were
sung by Mrs. A. B. Mncilo.iul.l, Mr».
W. NcBl.lt, nnd Mrs. 10. 1'aler-on, A
recitation hy li. Darling, Bong by ti,
1',  Stovonson nnd  tho Odd  1-'. II .wm
quartette,
The clergy, nnl memhern of thj
Olty Council woro In attend
onco.
During the afternoon tho big swim
inlng. tinli wns tlio nn in of Krout
plcnedre to the boys.
The I'rospcclor will, In Us next I.-
sue give a complito description ol
tbe mi building.
Morning services at 11 a-m.
"Immortality."    1. a man die, shall
be live again.
ha.cuing a r.ices at 7.30 p.m.
"l'erpotual Youth."
Music appro,riaie l.r the Has; r
season. .So.iiH i.ni anlhjius at ..o li
n.o.nng und o.enuig strvice.
An iav t.»tion is co.diul.y extended
to YUU.
Salvation Auny Hall
lliiiis.tii .,,wnue
Captain   W.   J.   CairutliciB
Lieut...,uut W. Cooper
Special sorvices  will  he conducted
on ai.wl.iy all uuy, i.y tbe . oiiiin.,na-
ing olllccrs
Sunday -ler.ic.B—
A special prayer meeting at 7. a.
in., will be hold,
11 a-m.   nnliii.sM Service
3 p.m.—lilble Class
3 p.ui.—Sunday scnool
» P.m.—Salvation -er.ice
The evening Burvlcc will bo Very !■•
oresting, "Thi Sign of tbe Uos,, '
will be portrayed.
TuoB-lay, 'ibmsiluy, and Saturday,
services at 8 p.m.
A special Invitation is extended to
all to attend tiusj .erv.cea.
Col Hul anl, who Is now visit nj
Ci.ua.la In the interests of tho n.l.s-
lon.iy Worn, assisted in the torn*
nuncciiieni ol tliu Army's work lu India thirty years ago. Ho has spent
ovor twenty years in India and Jup-
un and helng Intimately ac ,i.a n .ed
with nil tho lact.i pertaining to ml «•
I ii .ry worn, iils addresses uro ol exceptional li.ten-.it. TllO Colonel wlll
Visit Cranbroo* on 'Ihursday, A, ill
17.    More piirtleuiarn Inter.
Methodist Church
Pastor—
Rev. W. lillson Dunham
Morning worship, 11:00 o'clock,
Bvening Worship 7:10 o'eioek.

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