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VOLlllINE     20.
CBANBROOK,    B.
SATIIBII A Y
tlOBNIK (1 A 1' lt I 1,     llth,     1914.
The  Leading Newspaper
in<~-fae
r    "      Koot .nays
The
"Prospector"
$2.00 Per Year
No. 15
Council Meeting
City Engineer's Report
A meeting ot tlio city council was wooden pipe, 8 yearB ago, wblch has
held on Monday evening in the coun- nearly all heon replaced hy Bteel pipe
ell chambers. There were present The City ot Lethbridge has also in
Mayor Taylor, and Aldermen Horie,   stalled a quantity ot the same Bteel
give you excerpt trom
Leask and llickeii Gotham.
The minutes oi last regular and
special meetings were read and on
motion, adopted as read.
Tbe hnauce committee presented
their regular monthly report, and
recommended that accounts to the a-
mount of (3,497.23 be paid.
On motion of Aldermen Leask and
Hickenbotham, the accounts as presented by the tiuance committee were
ordered to be paid.
A telephone will be placed at the
residence of the Chief of Police.
Tenders for the cleaning up of tbe
city were opened, aad read as follows:—
J. Boss Mark   $1,200 per yr.
Cranjbrook   Cartage  C0...4I8OO  year
R. H.  McNeil $6.00 per day
W. B. Worden $800 per year
R, H. McNeil $900 per year
W. G. Selby $840 per year
On motion of Aldermen Hickenbotham and Horie, the contract was
awarded to Mr.  VV. _, Worden.
The city engineer, Mr. J. Glenday,
presented the following report:
Cranbrook, B. C,
April 6th, 1914.
To the Mayor and Aldermen,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Gentlemen:
In the Ibsiicb ol the Cranbrook
Herald aud Tlic Prospector under
dates of March 19th, and 21st, respectively, and subsequent issues, Mr
H. Y. Parker had a series ol article
on the Water Supply SyBtem ol this
city relative to tire protection and
Ithe coBts nnd merits of woodstave
pipe as compa.-d with steel pipe.
Mr. Parker lu his lirst article
shows how the lirst cost of wood
Btave pipe is much lower than ateel
pipe, hut regarding these prices, per
mit ine to draw your attention to
the fact that they are oot correct
The price of 44! cents rer foot tor
10 in. Wood Pipe is f.o.b. New Westminster and then adding freight rate
this pipe would cost about 65 cents
per loot f.o.b. cars here. Lhe price
for Bteel pipe varies according to the
maker and I am submitting herewith comparative stntement showing
prices f.o.b. Cranbrook of wood pipe
and three makes of steel pipe lor
sizes ranging Irom 6 to 24 Inches,
statement being compiled from this
year's quotations.
Stewart
Mannes
Math-
&
SUe
Wood
man
leson
Lloyds
6
$0.94
$0.63
$0.58
$0.58
8
0.43
0.99
0.90
0.90
10
0.,'i7
1.50
1.25
1.25
12
0.731
2.19
1.60
1.60
14
11.85]
2.46
2.00
2.00
16
1.12S
2.90
2.30
2.30
18
1.46!
2.65
2 65
20
1.76
3.65
3.25
3.15
24
2.23
4.63
4.75
4.75
Note:—The   hgures   under  Mnthleson
and Stewart 4 Ployds columns are
approximate only.
All ot theae steel plpeB ore dipped
while hot In Dr. Angus Smith's solution, and thea wrapped while wet,
wltb Jute Hessian which hna heen
previously dipped In the same solution. This hns been lound 0 successful preventative against corr slon.
Mr. l'nrk'r also states In the same
article that thc life of wood pipe dc-
1 >endB enttrely on the material witn
which it la banded, this statement I
would say Is hardly correct, whereas
tbe lollowlng Information will help
to show: In January, 1901, the Scut
tie, Wash., Water Department put in
commission n 42 Inch contlnuoUB
wood stave pipe line. After tblrte.n
years the steel bands do not seem to
he corroded very seriously, the
staves, however, or to he more correct, Individual staves here and
there showed Blgns ot serious decay
after only 7 yenrs use and after 13
years use have liad to bo replaced
by new staves, the old steel bands
however, Idling used over again. The
coBt ot tills work was $1.78 per foot.
This information is taken Irom Engineering nnd Contrasting for March
18, 1914, nnd wus compiled trom Information furnished by Mr. L, B.
Youngs, Slipt. Seattle Wnter Dept.
Thc ' City ot Victoria Installed
Mannesman steel lubes about two
yeara ago. 1 have a letter from Mr.
0, 1-1. nuatf city I'lngi.i.iir tl Victoria and give the lollowlng eicerpt
from his letter. "We hake been being It (Mannesman Steel Tube) for
live yenrs, and pipes that, have been
out show no signs of Tnberculntlon.
We have hnd no iiinltit.eniinee chnrgra
so lar.    We laid soinc 10,0011 leet ol
pipe   and   I
letter which I have received trom Mr
A. M. Grace, Commissioner ot Public Works for Lethbrldge. "I may
say that we Intend laying our new
high pressure system entirely ol stell
pipe; and as finances allow, we wlll
lift our wooden mains and replace
them with steel."
We will now take the experience of
our own City with a wood pipe system of mains and laterals. Tbe
City bought the present water supply about the month of October 1909
and between that time and the end
of the last fiscal year has speat the
sum of $28,408,16, which represents
interest at 6 per cent on a capital
outlay of $473,280.00. Approximately eight or ten thousand dollars ($8,
000.00 or $10,000.00) of the above
charge is directly due to leaks ln
the mains. The balance is chargeable to broken services and mains,
lowering services and mains, maintenance in general and repairs to
dam
I must also call your attention to
Mr. Parker's paragraph on tuberculatum of steel pipe and give you the
following information which I have
at hand. Tuberculatum of steel and
iron pipe does not occur In live
maina, i.e., there will he no such occurence in mains where the water is
constantly flowing. The tuberculatum Is chiefly due to the presence
of carbonic acid In the water and
the corrosion or tuberculatum will
only take place when the water
standa in the mains for long periods
so that the acid gets a chance to
act upon the pipe wall. If, however,
the water Ib In constant motion, ns
in tbe case of Municipal Water systems, there is no danger of tuberculatum even if the water should carry
a certain amount of free carbonic
acid. Mr. Parker quotes from Ryder
that a 12 inch steel pipe will be necessary to carry the same quantity of
water aa a 10 inch iron or wood
pipe, hut if you will refer back to
excerpt from letter received from the
City Engineer of Victoria you will
see that atter five years uee there is
no tuberculation whatever.
In Dundee, Scotland, there is a
mild steel pipe 8 inch thick laid a-
croas the Tay Viaduct which hae
been working since 1887, 27 years.
This pipe Is laid in a wooden box
which affords it a measure ol protection from the elements, but the
pipe Is practically exposed to an atmosphere laden wltb salt water
moisture which as you know is very
hnrd on steel. This 8 inch pipe supplies water to a population of 10,000
covering an area of approximately
11 Bquaro miles and Is good for some
time yet.
At the construction ot tho new
Metbil Docks, in Scotland, Mannesman steel pipe was used tor the hydraulic pressure pipe, this pipe works
under a pressure of 700 pounds to
the square inch, six days a week, 24
hours each day and as yet ther? is
no report of a failure. Information
taken from the proceedings of Institute ot Civil  Engineers, 1913.
Itegarding loss of head by trie'.ion.
I give you herewith a tew examples
of what size pipe would be required
to discharge approximately 2,000
gallons per minute under different
heads:
If the fall Is on a 5 per cent grade
a 10 in. main discharges 2,000 gals
per minute.    ..
If the tall is on a 2 per a. it grade
a 12iii. main discharges 2,080 gallons per minute.
If the fall Is ou a 1 per cent grade
a 14 In. main discharges 2,080 gals
per minute.
If tbe fall ls on a 0,5 per cent glade
a 16 in. main dlachnr,«_ 2,000 gals
per minute.
These figures are based on lap-
welded steel pipes, ashphalted, which
have a very smooth surface. Cast
Iron or wooden pipes have a somewhat rougher surface ami the friction is about 5 per cent more then
in steel pipes, therefore, in order to
get. the same Ilow ol water Irom
Cast iron or wood pipes 11. would be
neit'Binry that the Inside diameter
be 5 per cent grenter than that of
the nteel pipes, Mr. Parker In his
remarks that wood pine carries 10
per cent, more wnter then steel pipe
evidently retors to rlvetted steel pipe
It Is quite patent that rivet heads
diminish the cnrryln. capacity snd
any Engineer will   corroborate   this
statement.
Mr. Parker In bis second article
quotes Gillette on thc life of different materials need in water works
construction but the article says nothing regarding tile length ot life of
steel pipe. He alBo quotes Traut-
wino on the use of Bored Oak and
Pine logs, which ware laid ip Philadelphia 50 to 60 yenrs ago.
In his third article he mentions a
number of cities which have liad
wooden water mains for long periods
but on account of uot being large 6-
nough to supply the demand made
upon them, were replaced by iron
pipe. ___
If tbe superiority of wooden pipe
is so nianifeBt and so much cheaper
than either iron or steel pipe, why
should th._e citieB not have used
larger wooden pipes.
Regarding question of water hammer caused by shutting od hydrants
quickly; this would be a negligible
factor in a properly designed water
system. The valves on the hydrants
being so constructed that the flow of
water through the hydrants is eased
off when closing the valve. Mr Parker's example of sbutt ng off a stop
and waste cock, which is quick acting, cannot be compared with the
closing oil of a hydrant which is
ease. off.
Refering to leaks at joints caused
by heaving or Biibsidence of the
ground, I would point out to you
that the elastic limit of steel pipe
Is great enough so that the pipe will
conform Itself to the bottom of the
trench, whereas the article shows
that the wood pipe pulls out of the
collar through thc heaving nnd settling and so causes leaks.
Steel pipes come in longer lengths
than either cast iron or wood pipe;
the average length of wood pipe being about 16 feet nnd cast iron having a standard length of 12 feet,
whereas the steel comes in 24 feet
lengths, over 12 inches diameter and
under 12 inches diameter, about 33
to 40 foot lengths. This has nn add
ed advantage over either of the other
pipes, there being fewer joints at
which possible leakage might occur.
Another advantage of if-el pipe in
that it is lighter than cast iron,
easier handled, and transportation
cheaper and being unbreakable no
pipes will be broken or erncked as in
the caae of cast Iron Pipe. It is but
little heavier than wood, 6 Inch
wood pipe weighs 11.5 pounds per
toot, and ateel pipe 12.8 pounds,
while 24" wood pipe weighs 66 IbB.
per foot and 24 inch steel pipe
weighs 82.8 pounds.
In this report I have tried to show
you the advantages of steel pipe,
wliercas you were before shown its
probable disadvantages and I think
you will agree with me thnt there is
a pr. ponderance of evidence favorable to the advantages.
If there is any further information
which you may wish, kindly let mc
know and I will place it before you.
,1. C. Glenday,
City Engineer.
Annual Meeting of
Shareholders
Boundary Mining and Exploration
Co., Limited
At the Annunl Meeting hold In the
Matheson Hnll, Cranbrook, on the G
of April, iust, the following officers
were elected:—
A. Carney, Kaslo, president.
Jas. Finch, Medicine Hut, 1st vice-
president.
T, D. Caven, M.P.P., Oranbrook,
2nd  vice-president.
Bdward* Watts, Wattsburg, managing director.
A. E, Watts, Wattsburg, secretary-
treasurer and director
Antl the following gentlemen were
elected Directors:
A.  MacNeil,  barrister,  Kernie.
A.   .1.  Wilson,  Opportunity,  Wash.
R. H. Ilohart, Wardner,
Geo. S. Hougham, Crnnbrook.
W. D. MaePa*ano, Cranbrook.
A. A. McKinnon, Crnnbt'ook.
The Allen-Smith Co. of Nelson
were re-elected Auditors.
In presenting his report Mr. A. l'l.
Watts stated that 117.000 votes by
proxy lind been sent to him in support 'of the proposed resolutions as
published. Mr. James Pinch of Medicine Hut wns thc hol'ler of a large
number from the Eastern shareholders, and Mr. A. J. Wilson from
Washington represented American
shareholders, while Mr. Ceo. . .
Hougham aud A. Carney represented
vnsious districts, and with the large
number of shareholders present nearly 400,000 votes could be cast.
A. S. Black, barrister of Greenwood, represented some of tire ex*
dlroetors and addressed the meeting
on their behalf, Mr. Wickwire of
Vancouver and Mr. Bunting of Vie
toria, told the early history of the
Company and Mr. A. E. Watts, complimented them on the fact tlmt they
were not of the same tin's ii m*n
whom he had alto ''-d nud tbnt the
Company certainly oweo . ■ n debt
of gratitude for the useful worn they
had done; lie would ask the Ladies
and Gentlemen present to patiently
bear both sides of the case nnd then
give: their verdict. After a discussion of three hours it wns unanimously resolved tbnt the Directors
be instructed to cnncell all shares
which were illegally alloted during
past yenrs, it, was explained tbat'
this means Hint shares of (lie ensh
value of $40,000.00 would be returned
to the Treasury of the Company.
Mr. Watts congratulated tbe Company on having so muny eminent
membera of the legal fraternity with
them, five lawyers, an es Judgo, four
magistrates nnd two editors, be
tween them the new President should
be sale-guarded againBt the legal
snares and pitfalls which encircle thc
office he has assumed. He must not
forget that he ls responsible for tho
offences by commission or omission
oi every man employed at the mine,
und if an accident occurs nnd the
President docs nol personally report
It    within     twenty-four    hours,
it
makes no difference whether he is in
Iceland or the other place, he can be
U'ied in his absence, condemned, arrested and ordered lo be sent to jail
ns he had been and refused to go.
It is not generally known that a
hole in the ground comes under the
legal definition of a mine, the law
enables Inspectors to InslBt upon exact plans of the bole and to have
barometers thermometers, oxygen
helmets, nnibulnnces nnd certided
miners, and if they enforce the law
ns interpreted by themselves prospecting would become an impossibility nnil 11 thing ot the pant.
Diamond Drill is now boring on
the property day and night testing
the ground for a suitable place for
permanent shafts, from whence it is
. .imnted the Company can successfully tap several veins oi coal underlaying eacb other.
Diagrams nnd plans with specimens
of the coal measure passed through
were on exhibition. The knowledge
obtained by drilling cnn be made extremely valuable to manipulators for
their special benefit, explained Mr.
Wntts, but in this case shareh ldcrs
1 be informed from time to time
ns to thc nature and quality oi the
seams  passed  through.
Cuts Freight Rates
The Dominion railway commission
ium handed down the following decision in regard to western freight
rates'—
"Manitoba maximum scale,which
is the lowest scale in . the west,
will apply to Britisli Columbia
lake section."
"Special distributing tariffs
which apply to all cities which do
a distributing business are put into force, tiie reduction being lfi per
cent of the standing scale."
"Under this change the lirst class
rate from Vancoliver to Cranhrook
is reduced lo per cent per 100 lbs
and the rate   from   Vancouver   to
Heveletoke is reduced 25 cents."
Reductions  in   through  rates  from
the great  lakes are made,  the first
cin_.a   ruLo   to   Nelson   is   cut   from
.$3.03 to $2,51; the second cIbsb rate
from $2.53  to $2.0(J;    the tilth class
rato    from   $1.50  to $1.40;  and  the
tenth class rate from 73 cents to 61
cents.     Othor cuts are proportionate
both  as  to  class  ratw.   from   $1.40
to $1.15 consignments.
"Westbound rates on flour and the
grain products are cut from 20 to
30 per cent,
"Coal rates from Alberta mines
are reduced. Tbe rate from 1'eiiti-
totl to Nelson is cut from $4.10 to
^i.115 per ton.
"Carload sugar rates to Cranbrook
are reduo.d from 42 to 38 cents.
"Reduction in through rates trom
Eaat to West to Cranbrook have also heen made.
tariff will  come  into effect on   Scp-
The  decision   involved   in  thc  new
tember 1st, 1914.
LNIiLliiH AHMY OFFICERS AND SCENE IN ULSTER SITUATION.
Death of Mrs. (Rev.)
R. Hughes
News has just come fo hand re tho
passing away **l one of our friends
iu the person of Mrs. (Rev.) it.
Hughes, late of Craabrook. Mrs.
Hughes passed away at Kerriueale,
Vancouver, on Friday, April 10th.
The message came in the form of
a wire to Mrs. G. B. Powell, ami'
reads hs follows: "My dear wife passed away this afternoon at _ o'clock
Kindly inform our friends in Cranhrook. She ever took n deep Inter*
st in tlic place an.l pet.jib' where
and among whom she lived for four
years. She now really lives, lier suf
fering ended, Vancouver, April 10th,
Hubert   Hughes."
Mrs. Hughes friends in Cranbrook
will ever remember her kindly Bplnt
aH she moved in their midst ami the
many generous actions she. was wont
to perform. A light she constantly
carried which could not tie hid. Her
journey through life marked a path
with deeds of ■fflndneas and cheer.
Flowers not thorns, sunshine not
shadow, did she scatter everywhere.
Truth was the inspiration of her life
and by kindness she exemplified its
great worth.
"Then fell  upon  the house a sudden
gloom,
A shadow on those features fair ami
thin;
And softly,   from   that   hushed   nnd
darkened room,
Two   angels   issued   where   hut   one
went in."
LltUTtNANT   OOLONf.L CENEBAl-   SIR-  JOHN T__m..H GENLBAl
J. E. •»    JEELY
Whole-sal* resignations of thu officer*, of noted Irish regiments, nnd even a reported mutiny uf some of Uj
troops when ordered fo Ulster lo suppress the Impending revolt o. the Orahgumeu against home rule showed tin- HriUaU
government Lho danger ot u crisis In the army.
Field Marshal Sir John French Is In Dublin to Investigate the res gmitlons of officers.
King George la constantly consulting Oolonel Scoloy, British Secretary ol Mute for War, concerning Ue crtttcw
■itiMihin n    " r ^ ^     ^ ^^ uuhiu. mto Ulster and batteries of artillery ure ikwUk! about Belfast,
The "Ulster Volunteers" ure ready to mobilise at u moment's notice, nltliougb Hir Iwlward Oowon Is *!««■»
W0UVH^x -Utliur Paget, co-uumiider lu-chtef in Ireland, lu directing Ihe dhtpusitluu uf Um Uwej» l»
Menace to Civilization
A Trip Through Chinatown
On Tuesday evening tho police com
missioners of Cranbrook, consisting
of Mayor Taylor, Aldermen Hickenbotham and Frank Dezell, accompanied hy Alderman Horie. Fire Chief
J. Foster, and Chief of Police Adams
and representatives from the Prospector and Herald, visited Chinatown, to look over the conditions
now existing, in pursuance to a suggestion from the City Council as to
the sanitary condition.-* of this portion of the city.
Passing up Van Horne street the
first house entered was located on
nn alley, which extended east nnd to
west from the said stre.t, as the
municipal delegation passed into the
house three Chigamcii were econ, one
watched what was going on, the
other two rushed throng)) the alleys
notifying the resident "Chinks" of
the arrival of the police nnd visit.,! a
In a short time the entire population of the ChiaeHe quarters were on
the lookout to se.- what was on.
From a sanitary point of view the
quarters are beyond description, Ior
they are bail, If not worse thnn the
infamous "Black Hide of Calcutta."
The hack yards are fenced with small
openings, which I.'ads to in numerable small shacks, yards and sharks
helng piled two and three feet high
with refuse of every description.
Cesspools totally un protected, over-
Rowing, their contents (lowing in almost every direction, chicken coops
tiUcd with fowl, yet in u most filthy
condition.
Wash houses, stores nnd restaurants, all connected, with every Indication of the most filthy conditions
Btnelllng of dirty wash-water nnd o-
piUin were found, and a description
of one place will apply to all.
It is beyond comprehension how
that human beings on live in such
dirty, filthy, and totally unsanitary
conditions which exist in Chinat .wn.
These quarters are without a shadow of doubt a serious menace to thc
health of the City, aud the most
stringent methods should he applied
by the health committee towaid the
cleaning tip of this portion of tbs
city.
Chinatown c< insists of a mas. of
old and rotten buildings and shacks,
all connected with blind alloy ways
and passages; there is no semblance
■ if cloanliness, it is IndcBcrlhlo in its
filth, and Ih rank with the odor of
decayed meat, dirty wash water and
Pithy Cesspools.
( hlnntown is al.o a veritable tire
trap. A fliv in that protlon of tin*
municipality would Imperil tho entire
rity.     Almost   every   llOUSfl  is n   bum
These laundries bnve two and
huge wash hot If* rfl htltll on a
foundation with, in fanny a
some twenty or thirty fool "f
resting on wooden boxes, ex
lending to chimneys thai nro In such
conditions, that ono wonders why
there ate not mole UroH lhal >\w ro
COt'dod. Danger from lire hi recorded
on Hit' wills of every hufhljin. in tho
Chinatown.
We bave no hesitation In saying
tlmt II Is up to the Health commit
tee id the City to see lhat these con
dltions    are    changed    immedlat'ly.
The owners of the different property
und tenants, should be forced to
comply with the statutes, made and
provided, by the province, as well as
the   Municipality.     The   many   Bmall
hacks and out-houses should be demolished, yards cleaned up and in
future kept clean, and every precaution taken by the fire and police com
mittee to prevent fires.
A "Chink" is no better, or worse,
than other citizens in the eyes of tne
law; let them he treated as other
property owners are treated; cumpel
them to obey the law, both sanitary
ami with regard to tire protection;
thereby preserving the City from an
epidemic that would be dangerous to
all; and a conflagration that might
lestroy every house in Crnnhrook.
Poultry Association
The usual monthly meeting anh
oxhll|ltion of the ('ranbrook poultry
Association was held last Friday
evening in the Old Gymnasium when
there wus a good attendance. Two
very interesting paper, on artificial
incubation were read hy Messrs. Shep
pha rd and Saunderson, and were
very much appreciated. Both papers
showed that the readers had a masterly practicul knowledge of the subject and were full of valuable information to the pottltryman. The hirdB
on show were Leghorns, and Mr. R.
T. Williams won both first and sec-
t nd prizes with a very nice white
mala bird ami a female of beautiful
lype and full of quality. The question of locally produced strictly fresh
egga having to compete with imported eggs of doubtful age was diBcuss-
ed hut no definite line of action on
the part of the Asaociation has yet
been decided  upon.
'Iry.
'three
Intone
I ense,
i Pipe,
Water Test for Fire
Protection
The citizens of ('ranbrook have
been getting H lot or Information
during tbe past few weekB regarding
the water system of the city, and
may, in the near future be called
upon to siy wLich iB beBt, iron or
wooden pipes; if a new reBervolr is
ntcessnry; ami what other Improvements are needed to bring the water
system of  Cranbrook   up-to-date.
On Wednesday, the fire brigade, un
der the direction of the City engineer
an.l tire chief .1. Foster, made a teBt
of the pressure at hydrant, and friction on hose up to 4r.t) feet in length
The following is the results found:
The tests were made for various
lengths of hose [or loss of head by
friction:
Hydrant at the corner of Kdward
street and Norbury avenue was selected, and test No. 1 wns made with
450 feet of ho so and it was found to
be that the pressure at tbe hydrant
with the nozzle closed was 73 lbs.
hut with it open it was only C2; the
pressure at the nozzle being 32. The
lona in friction on this length of pipe
-ISO feet of rubber lined hose was 41
pounds,
The second test was made with 400
feet of hose when the pressure at the
hydrant with nozzl. closed was then
72 pounds; nozzle open 02 pounds;
and at the noz.le 34 pounds.
The third test was made with 300
feet of hose when with nozzlo closed
the pressure at hydrant was ~\ tbe;
with nozzle open CO lbs; and at the
nozzle 38 lbs.
The tests made indicnte a fair efb-
"iensy in the pressure on the mains,
alsu ihe pri'sBure at the nozzle, aa\
with new pipes and reservoir Cranbrook can haw a water system that
cannot  he equalled   in  the province.
Good Roads for the
Farmer
In this week's issue of the Herald
is an article which iB headed as fol-
lowo: "Oood Roads Impress the Farms r".
We agree with Herald In saying
tbnt tho demand fur better roads is
the cry of the farm population and
the cities needing farm products, also for the most direct means of in-
■ leasing the population   of   the   dis
trict,
Kvery progressive country in tbe
wm id is devoting it. energies to Improving its mothods of agriculture,
nml to nlil this our best efforts
should he devoted to tbe improvement of highways and their proper
maintenance s hilt was Introduced
in the Dominion House hy tbe Government, which passed the house hy
o largo majority, hut wan defeated
1.> n l.lheral Senate. The Herald
mlghl refer its article on "good
roads" to Ihe senate, and urge upon
them the necessity nf having good
roads ull over the Dominion. THB  PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C,
©he proepeetor, ©ranbrook, $♦ ©.
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20th YEAR
CRANBROOK,   B.C APRIL llth,  1914
Our law maker.-; at Ottawa are now
enjoying a hot time.
• ■   •   •
There is no competition in patriotic howling, but there Is In competitive railway service.
• s)       SJ       *
Now iB the time to clean up your j
bock yards and alleys, you cun do it
now with advantage.
We can do no better, at this time,
we believe, tban to remind our citizens tbat the best interests of Cranbrook is in their hands, and that if
united, our efforts tu raise Cranbrook to the proud position of being
the commercial, mining and lumbering centre will be a success.
• •   •   •
A recent report from Vancouver is
to the effect that the Premier Sir
Richard McBride bas. been offered th'.'
position of high commissioner tor
Canada in London, made vacant by
the death of Lord Strathcona. and
will accept. It is said that the appointment will be made in May.
• _   •   •
No town ever grew without the assistance of its newspaper. Nor can
a paper grow and build up itn local
ity without the assistants of the
town. BusineFs men should realize
this and remember in giving support
to a newspaper thnt they are not
only building up their own business.
hut are helping to support tbat
which is working steadily for the
benefit of the whole community.
■   •   •   •
In no uncertain way, and one that
denoted courage, did the Hon. R.  L.
Borden flx the responsibility and
work out the solution of the Transcontinental   situation ;—
"The  responsibility for the  present conditions rests on the Liberal
party,    hut   the   responsibility    for
the  solution   of   the   problem   rests
upon the present government which
protested  against  the policy   which
created this problem."
•   ■   •   •
The Kootenay  Valley   is   an   agricultural district   with large areas  o.
arable   lands  of   great   fertility,   and
callable   of    producing    much    more
than is required by its present population.    Lumbering   operations   have
so completely occupied the attention
of its inhabitants that but Httle attention has   been   paid   to   farming.
Southeast Kootenay though   rich   in
i minerals,   coal-oil  and    timber,    has
' sufficient    agricultural la. ds  t i   pro
■ duce enough to feed its own inhahit-
! ants and supply  the various  mining
I and lumbering camps in this district
When the Senate was largely Conservative Sir Wilfrid Laurier was in
favor of having it abolished. During the Liberal regime. Sir Wilfrid
declared it to be one of the legislative councils of the Dominion, and
that it should be retained. The time
is not far distant when he will again
be in favor of Ub abolishment. Sir
Wilfrid is ambitious. He was premier
of Canada, and has been found capable of revising his political opinions as ofter as circumstances neces
sitate a change.
The Water System
What Pipe mav be used to increase Fire Protection
By H. Y. Parker
Before goim-. tarthor, please note
the coBt pur mile for maintenance "I
cast Iron pipe in tho ('ity nl Ohlrago
ago. Thin table given tho year, tho
total mileage nf pipe, T. M. P., nml
the averngo coitt of maintenance per
annum per mile A. M. por M.
Vear
1895
18911
1897
1898
189$
19011
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
Compare
(III!
T. ,M. I'
H'l_
11191
1730
1801
IHU.
1H72
1890
191S
l.l'.l
1978
2038
2117 3
nalntonnnci
pnst three yoara with that
ago.
Vear T. M. P.
1911 10,41
1912 11.10
1913 11.44
It w.U he noted that Cltl
A.|M. per
J217.09
149.28
183.118
240.89
22r,.or,
144.01
132.50
144.27
151.58
141.78
123.88
117.37
tor   thc
of Ohlc-
A. M. per
j 3r,.im
31'OH
184.00
ago'B nv-
ol the system hy tgo Water Co.f
that every leak on the 8inch main
wan quickly repaired to stop all poh-
Hihln waste. AKHuniing these conill-
tlons .o.i the fact that thr large
main wuh installed in l.O'.i, we may
he pardoned if wc tnke the tnnititi'ii
anri* charge for 1.1:1 and divide it hy
four to give na the average yearly
maintenance for tho four years since
I tin, during which time there was
about $42.29 spent, on the 8 inch
iniijn outside tlis1 city. Including the
142.20 spent In !9!2, we get the following:
Average...
$ per year
$ 68.00
148.00
Minn
ernge per year per mile is $17t;.44
tor eaBt iron pipe; while our heiiki
est year, fnr no good wooden pipe,
much of which is laid under extremo
adverse conditions, iH but .20 In excess of thc Ohlcago average; while it
Is ISO.*, under one |ear tor Chicago.
Just compare our figures for 1911- i
with Chicago.
Vie will now look at nur malnten
ance from another view imint. We
will consider the distributor-1 imrt
of the system, which Includes all
pipes but the intake mums from the
City limits on thfl Kast to 'lie reservoir. Since tbe intake mains eon-
tain 2.74 miles ol pipe, which figure
haa remained ci natant fnr tbe three
years under consideration, the tig-
urea tor my second taiilc re Cran
brook iliatributniy HYHtem will lie na
follows:
T. M. P. I
8.88
S.:ir,
Year
1911
1912
1913
8.70
AM. per al
| 47.89
127.10
Be
Well-Dressed
THE best dressed
man is the one
who dresses in
good taste, yet who
attracts no special
attention because
everything he has on
is in perfect
harmony.
We'd like to show you
some spring Suits that
certain!, come Into the
" well dressed  class ".
$15. to $35.
i nT.J|
McCreery Bros.
Ciranbrook, B. C.
^;^?i_:-;_.':,~
OCTts
-.;.'
tli
!_3____ _>
11 .i.i*  bearing the      r~*-v
Penman trademark snuggle   "*\;i
likea second skin to every curve
of foot and limb: They do not   '8
r tear because there is not ;i  *&
seam  about   them.    And  they're   v*t
made for men, women and children    ij'
fton,   cashmere, silk   anil  lisle—       &
in any weight and all popular colors.      \\
Hosiery
If
IP
mm
•4*
and look for the trademark!
Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada
Hosiery      Sweaters     Underwear
f.
a_v
ut.'
ThoHc figures Bhow an average <>i
.f70.00 per year for the maintenance
of wooden pipe ae against jjifi-.oo
for iron plpo in Chicago. I bake
taken Ohlcago for mv comparieoni
nn I h_.v_ data applying to na other
rlty.
Let uh segregate Lho Intake pipe
min of 3.7-. mil.'M Tho old j. Inch
mntAinN 1.7 mltofl 'if pipe, and the
new or largo main, of umi ih inch
pipe, Ih 1,04 miles in length. During
the yrtir of 1918 Lhnre was oipetldod
on tho intake pipes H ,00108, iih follows!
Total •'
MiIch
1.70
1,04
It.
. i-'-i Mill-
820.80
.sr..vj
Loll. v.    Mint,
I.1-.U.
rottflonahl.
owing to tho Hcnrcity of water, dur
iny, tho lunl. two yonrs o| ownership
Miles
1.70 S
1.04 1      ^^^^^
This shows that tho average cost
of maintenance per mile for thp dla-
trlhutary system during three years
huu been $70.00; while that on thft 8
[neb Intake main has heen $f.8._0 per
mile, in tins not a very satisfactory
average?
At tho tunc of laying the 12-ls In
main, when the wat?r waa lirst turn
e<i into the pipes, the leakage was
sufficient, being on a hill-side, to
cniis. a rreeam of w.it'-r to run down
thc ditch, which Kiillied it in places
causing the pipes to settle and separate allowing a heavier flow of
water which did tnurh damage.
Before relaying this pipe, which
was n'-ersHnry, the gullies caused by
the rushing water were tilled from
the cast up from the trench. This
earth was not properly tamped to
make it tlrm. The weight of the
water in thin lnrRe pipe together
with tbe weight "f the water on top
of it, caused the pipe to settle to a
[•firm foundation which sprung many
of thfl joints, causing leak*.. TMl
fact la borne out, by virtue of most
iif the leaks being on the underside
of the pipe; bonce the extremely high
average charge for this piece ol work
The Bame facts apnly to Norbury
Ave, south from, the creek. On Dur-
ick Ave., the water was but slightly
turned on, "just to swell the pipe"
Wliirh was plugged at the end, but
not blocked. The water filled the
pine", the pressure Incresed until
"Zip" went many of the joints. Just
sprung apart slightly. Then the man
who had disobeyed instructions Bhut
.iff the water, b it Bald nothing to
mo, The damage hnd been done, and
It was not until a year later that I
heard a couple Qf the men dlSCUBS
ini; Ihe occurence, and learned the
truth about the nXiYflllve leaks on
llniick. You HOO that there are reus
onn
During the past, four yenrs there
has been Inid 7.1? mil0B Ol w<v»<. pipe
for the tVy of Oranbrook, on which
there hns been four lenkH during
three yenrH nt an average co.f r,f
Tr..2(i nr a total of .21,_4; or an av
oraga annual   maintenance  ot   $_,._
Rjjt**"'v    .'■■ v
Bfe»'4P
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*_i.   \/    K<
I                  __V  ?   ___' _"•!** ______________
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^P^o| ljF?3»'""'" '^W
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IL.... *i t^|Fl
IUv %        m'l\
W'  _M
1        s4    4
fl. _^_\
•■'■'_m
WITH   THK  OLTVTUR   BOKHARDT   BTOOK COMPANY AT THE) OPHRA
HOUSB,   FRIDAY  and   HATURDAY, APRIL 17th and IHth
per  mile.
Please note; I fere in one tenth of
tiif entire system thnt in cos'.ing but
K-.GH per year per mile for maintcn
unco, nml l sn) ihnt tlm rosl if prop
er]y made and laid, Would hnlte given the samo satisfnctlon.
Bowling Match
Om- ol Lho HiiohI howling iiuiii'hi'ii
rlint wnn ovor pliiyril in ClrnnlirooK
can ll last  Wodiiosilay nlKlit In tlio
V    M    r    A.   lldl.WOOIl   tllll   MnrlillliHl.il
iii.'i Dollar Makers "I Uio lucnl 0. I',
it. simps.
The ll'iili'i MiiUciri lmvo Lho lm- n'l
porlor team, tho Mnchlnl 11 imt.ins*
in consistency,
I'liililllily,   lit   somo   mm   iiiiii'.   tho
Machinists, with n llttlo praotloo,
will ho alilo in make II Interesting
liw   the   Imllor    makers,   hut   with
tholr prosent strongtli it would he
iihi'Ii'hh to compete with tho "steel-
hondors".
Tho ti'iniis were:
Min'liiniHtH:—0, Tyli'r, Q.   Plant,   J.
iii'imi'U, it. Smith, ,i. Draper, Res-
orvo, W, Klnwors.
iiiiili'r   Mnl<i<rii   A.   HhnWUland,    .1.
Lowiir, 0, MiMllInn,   H.   Undor by,
I''.    WlllillH.
InveHtlieatc
tho Liberal Condi tions, nml
Low Monthly I'ruinlinn Kali's
'ni tho
A'OCIUKNT iV 8IOKNE8H
I'OlilOIHSol tlm
GUARDIAN CASUALTY &
GUARANTY COMPANY
Polloles Wriiii'ii  nnd Inilomiiltlos
I'aid ill I from this ""l«>
l.'llKI). W. swain, Gen, Agent
AkiiuIh Wwtsrd
To the Shareholders of the
Boundary Mining 8? Exploration
Company, Limited
(Contlnuod Irom laHt week)
April 15th, 1913
"1 hud the pleasure ot looking over your proposition
"at Midway today and mado a thorough eiaminatiou
"oi the vein ol conl you are prnHpoctinK at the present
"time, i imve heen making eiaminations ot the dll-
"foreut ooal fields ol British Oolumbla and I have
"heard In the [ew days ol my travel through that
"section that youi- proporty will he a failure, but I will
"endeavour to try to oxplaln in a tow words that iu
"my oatimatlon you havo ono ol the llnrat coal flelda
"of a tliu' quality that will improve ae you develops
"Ilio proporty, Imt 1 am norry to say that tbe property ih not. dovolopod in tlio proper way aud to any
"advantage. Pardon me for unying ao but I kaow
"how I would llko to know iiiyaolt it 1 was Interested
"m n proposition. 1 will vonture to stay that Inside
"ol ii year, with a fair oapltal tho mine ought to have
"uu output ol at IiiiihI. l.OOn tons por duy. The loca-
"ttnii ol tlu* property is ho miitahlo tor a very large
"output, I mn only too Kind to give you this Httle
"information Imt I uhnll lie* ot you to keep lt strictly
"confidential. Bhould you doBire any further iaforma-
"tiou 1 Hliiiii ho Klad to tiirnieli you witb tbe same."
in reply l thanked Mr. Phillips (or hia generous crtti-
cisms ami aski-il whut course be would advise. Extracts
trom hiH reply road us follows:—
WtlkiTson, Washington,
May 18th, 19U
"Your Ititttir atlilVesBed to Vancouver received, I have
"bt'uu going ovor the British Columbia and Washington coul tit'lilo. You ask for more advice as regards
"the development of your property. As stated in my
"rocent Letter to you tbat your property is one of the
••iil'Ht propositions I have examined in British Colum-
"bia aud Waahington.
"That property wlthlu 12 months with enough capital
"for all development and the building of a amall town
"should yield a nctt income ol (750,000.00 annually.
"1 would certainly stop doing any more work at that
"tunnel as it is only a waste ot time and certainly a
"waste of money. Start, permanent mine workings
"so that two or three veins can be worked from ons
"opening."
Owing to the attacks published by "Saturday Night"
and other damaging reports I have asked Mr. Phillips' permission to use the abosse extracts. He was travelling oa
a tour oi examination of properties as consulting engineer
and was formerly with the Coltross Goal and' Iron Co.,
England, and the above information aud advice was voluntarily given with otters ol assistance in providing capital
for development work, etc.
The foregoing should be conclusive evidence that .Toronto "Saturday Night" is entirely wrong in attempting to
convey the impression that your property ls worthless, and
the innuendo that your Company ia a "Stock Jobbing" concern, ln other words out to mine the pockets of the public
for tb'; benefit of individuale, shows malice, and is a cruel
attempt to destroy the reputation of a small Company
which haa been struggling for over two years to honestly
develop natural resources and foster great industries.
"Innuendo" is the weapon of cowardly aaaaaslna and
it ill becomes a powerful journal to permit ita columns to
ba used to cover attucka made by ignorant and anooymoua
writers.
The writer invites the fullest investigation of the
Company's affairs, and that will show that he has during
his connection with the Company made every endeavor to
protect the interests of bona-fide subscribers and workers,
and he has earned the malice and ill will of ths parasitical
class.
The following speaks for itself:—
Resolutions:—
To be submitted to an Extraordinary Meeting
of Shareholders
Resolution No. 1:
THAT WHEREAS certain ex-directors of the Boundary
Mining & Exploratiou Company, Ltd. during 1110 and
1911 did allot to themselves Three Hundred thousand
(300,000) shares, or thereabouts, of ths Oompauy'a
Btock, ostensibly for the purpose ot purchasing certain
landB for the Company.
AND WHEREAS investigations prove that thia waa not tha
case and that tbo said lands were paid for partly by
tbe sale of the Company's Btock and partly by sums
raised by mortgage on tbe Company's land.
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the past action of
tbe President ln refusing to recognise or tranafer auch
shares without an order ot the Court, or ths consent
of a general meeting of abareholders, la approved and
endorsed by tbe Extraordinary Oeneral Meeting now
assembled.
IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED that the aaid ei-dlrectora
bc called upon to pay into thc Trcaaury ol the Company thc value ot tht shares illegally allotted by them
to thcniHelvos; or return the shares   lor   cancellation,
NOTWITHSTANDING tho foregoing, it is not the intention
nor desire ol this meeting tu wlthold any )uat and
proper remuneration which tho said ex-directors may
lmvo boen entitled to lor Bervlces rendered to the Company, although the samo was not set forth In the Company's hooks nor recorded with the Registrar ol Joint
Stock Companion an required by tho Companlea Act.
THAT tho aald ex-dlrectora who have heen summoned to ba
present at this meeting be heard as to their right and
title to the said Bhares.
THAT a vote by ballot be taken as to the decision oi the
shareboldora in the matter.
Resolution. No.2
A resolution will aim ho submitted asking that lull
particulars ol pnst contracts with the Company, lor optlona
on shares, ho examined Into and passed upon In general
meeting.
Resolution No. 3.
FURTHER CAPITAL will Iio rei|iilre<l for the construction
of largo permanent shafts as advised by Mining Rngin
errs ami lor othor extensive operations, and an oiler
has been mado hy a capitalist to advance money provided the control ol tiie Company's affairs can be handed over.
IT IH IIKIIEIIY RUSOLVBD thnt In thn opinion of this
Meeting il ia advisable to ask all shareholders to
placo tholr nhnrrs In a bank to he decided upon and to
ho hold in escrow lor a stated porlod, and at a stated
price por share lor cash, lur the purpose ol enabling
the Management or a committee elected to make arrangements witb capitalists to pntchase the shares at
a uniform or set price.
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
alter date I Intend to apply to the
MiniBter of Lands for a licence to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum over
the lollowlng lauds situate in the
District ol South-east Kootenay,
British  Columbia,  in  Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South-west corner post
of Lot 11949, and being the Southeast corner post of Ulysses E. Fehr's
claim; thence North along thc West
boundary line of Lot 11949 to tbo
South boundary lino ot Lot 11951 a
distance of 55.54 chains; thonce West
along the South boundary lino of Lot
11951 to the East boundary line ol
Richard Holme's claim a distance
approximating 12 chains; thence
South along the East boundary Hue
ot Richard Helme's claim 55.54 chains
to tbe North boundnry line ol Lot
11948; thence East to the point of
commencement, containing approximately 65 acres.
Located this 14th day of February, 1914.
ULYSSES E.  FBHR, locator
Eathen  W.  Butts, Agont
Wm. H. Brown, Witness 14
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Minister of Lands for a licence to
prospect lor Coal and' Petroleum over
tbe following landa situati' in the
District of South-east Kootenay,
British Columbia, In Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Southwest corner post of
Lot 7445, and being the Northwest
corner post of Oorgc Wykes' claim;
thence South along tho East boundary ol Lot 7842 to thc International
Boundary a distance approximating
55.01 chains; thence Enst along tbe
International Boundary to the South
west corner of Lot 7404 a distance
approximating 53.16 chains; thence
North along the West line of Lot
7404 to the South line of Lot 784.1 a
distance approximating 55.05 chains;
thence West along th; South line of
Lot 7845 to tbe place of commencement a distance approximating 53.12
chains, containing approximately 292
acrea.
Located this 9th day of February,
1914.
OEOROE WYKES, Locator
Eathen W.  Buttn.  Agent
Wm. H. Brown, Witness 14
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby givon that 60 daya
after date I Intend to apply to the
Minister of LandB tor a licence to
prospect tor Coal and Petroleum over
the following lands situati.' in tbe
Diatrict of South-east Kootenay,
British Columbia, in Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Southwest corner ol Lot
11480, and being the Southwest corner post of Mary Denner's claim;
thence Eaat 35.095 chains; thence
North 13.868 chains; thence Baat
44.896 chaina; thence North 22.457
chaina; thence West approximately 80
chaina to the East line of Lot 8587,
thence South approximately 36.32
chaina to the place of commencement
being a part ot the lands heretofore
surveyed as Lot 11480,
Located this 9th day ol February,
1914.
MARY DBNNBR, Locator
Bathen  W. Butts,  Agent
Wm. H. Brown, Witness 14
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice ia hereby given that CO daya
after date I intend to apply to the
Minister ot Lands lor a licence to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum over
the following lands situnf.' iu the
Diatrict ot Southeast Kootenay,
British Columbia,  In Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Southeast cornor poat of
Lot 7130, nnd being the Northwest
corrtsr post ot Ulysses K. Fehr's
claim, tbence Bast along the South
line ol Lot 10074A a distance ot approximately 27.79 chains to the West
line ot Lot 8730; thence Houth along
the West line ol Lot 8730 n distance
of approximately 4,26 chains tn tbe
Southwest cornor ol aaid Lot 8730;
thence Eaat along the South line ol
aaid Lot 8730 a distance ot approximately 36.61 chaina to the Weat line
ol Lot 10070; thence South along the
West line ol Lot 10070 a distance ol
approximately 3.47 chains to the
Northeast corner post ol Lot 10067;
thence West along the North line of
Lot 10067 a dlatance of approximately 64.40 ehalna to the East line ol
Lot 8726; thence North along the
Baat line ol Lot 8726 a distance ot
approximately 7.73 chains to the
llaca of beginning, containing approi
imately S4.17 acreB.
Located this tilth day ot Fobruary,
1914.
ULYBHBH B. FKllIt, Locator
Bathen W. Ilutts, Agont
Wm. If. llrown, Witness 14
MADAM LAVAL'S
Cotton Root Compound Tablet!
A MUABI.K BKIIIII.AHIH
Tlits. I'lll. •■• compounded wuh Un <n-.tmt
esse Ifiiin the liuisl mliil'l" leiiinlitii kii'iwn lo
EUtseei.uch et mi. IwIiis UlSd With much success
f Ih. meet e.liibisteil bhyilChuil kiinwn.
Th.v n. ■ .pectltc In.f hu disti.sstnst illsordsr.
le » .imclnc tniSliu tlistiesstna il
to Which Iha (.mnl. riirmiliitliill Is lUI'lr
l',l"- Ill • bus.    No. a (iinicli slrniiyi ..
etu THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA
. hih inn ii-il mi 111 »|rt H I
Professional   Carbs
■anb-
£ob^e   sHotices
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS
Court Cranhrook No. 8943.
Meet In   Mnplo   Hall,   on   2nd   and'
4th Thursday of each month.
J.  McLAOHLDN,   O.R.
Loula Pearson, Sec, P.O. Box Oil.
Visiting Brothers Cordially Welcomad
OVERSEAS   CLUB
(Oranbrook Branch)
Meets   in   Mnplo   Hall on the 2nd
and 4th Tucsduys in overy month, at
I p.m.   Membership open to British
Citizens.
B. T. Brake, Prea.
L. Pearron, Secretary
Box 618
Visiting members cordially welcome
rH-H-HI M'H-H H"1"I'H llll I l"ll"l»H'..
CRANBROOK-FERNIE FARMERS'
INSTITUTE
CRANBROOK   LODGE   No.   34
A. F. A A. M.
Regular   meetings   on  tha
third   Thursday   of   every
month.
Visiting brethren welcome.
H.   Hlcmenhotham,   W.M.
J. Lee Cranston, Sec.
ROCKY   MOUNTAIN   CHAPTER
No. 125, R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tueaday ln
each montli at eight o'clock.
Sojourning    Companions   ara   cordially invited.
Ex. Oomp.—A. 0. 8hankland, B
Cranbrook, B.C.
Pres.—A.  B.  Smith
Sec-Albert H. Webb,
Address—Box 605, Cranbrook. B. C.
Meetings are  held   Second   Saturday in each month at 2 p.m. in the
Old Gymnasium.
Women's Institute
Meets in the Carmens' Hall 1st
Tuesday afternoon in every month
at 3 p.m. The fancy work classes
meets on 3rd Friday evening in the
same place at 8 p. in.
Mrs. E. H. Leaman, President
Mrs.  J.  Shaw,  Bec-Treas.
P. 0. Box 442.
All ladies cordially invited.
T.   T.   McV I TT I E
P.L.I. is OM.
ORANBROOK,    ...    B.O.
HARVEY,  McCARTER,  MACDONALD
and NISBET
Barristers, Solicltora and Notarise
Money to Loan
Imperial Bank Building
ORANBROOK,     ■    British Columbia
KNIGHTS   OF   PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.O.
Oroacont Lodge, No. 31
Meats every Tuesday at I p.m.
at Fraternity Hall.
0. Donahue, C. 0.
F. M. Christian, K ot R. * B.
B. A. Hill, M. F.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F.,    KEY   CITY    LODGE
no. ti
Meeta avery Monday night
at Eew   Fraternity   Hall.
Sojourning Oddfellows cordially Invited.
J. Turnley W. M. Harris
M. 0. Sec'y
PRIDE   OF   CRANBROOK
Circle No.   153
Companions of ths Forest
Meets   in    Mapu.*   Hall , First   and
Third   Wednesday   of each mo»th at
1:00 pm., eharp. _
Mrs. A. M. Laurie, 0. C
Mrs. A. E. Shew, Bee.
cordially  wel-
lltl
Visiting
come.
Companions
CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given that a reserve, the notice of which appeared
in the B.C. Qazette on the 27th of
December, 1907, Is cancelled in so far
as lt relates to land covered by expired Timber Licence No. 43070 tor
the purpose ol issuing Pre-emption
Records covering a portion ol same
in lavor of Messrs. Jesse P. Abbott
and Delbcrt Van Abbott. Tho remainder will be open to entry by
pre-emption on Friday, tbe lirst day
ol May, 1914, nt 9 o'clock in the
forenoon; all applications to be made
at the ofllco of the Oovernment A-
gent, Cranhrook.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
Lsnds Department,
Victoria, B.C.
28th January, 1914.
5-3 mths.
CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE
NOTICE ls heroby given that the
reserve established by notice published in the British Columbia Gazette
on the 27th day of December, 1907,
is cancelled in so far as it relates
to Timber Licences Nos. 31481, 33411,
34221, 30358, 36502,
41344, 31201, 31330, 34406,
21907, 37993, 37922, 37994,
33459, 269211, 28183, 22G61,
43176, 32022, 31180, 31184,
37580, 24432, 23116, 28182,
34310 and 11347. That
have   been  surveyed   as
LAIDLAW  &   DE WOLF
ClvU   and Mining Engineers-British
Columbia Land Surveyors
P.O. Box 236
ORANBROOK,
Phons 291
...    B.O.
Drs.    KING    ft    GREEN
Physicians and Surgeona
Office at -Residence, Armatrong Aea.
Office Hours:—
Forenoons - - ».00 to 10.00
Afternoons - - 1.00 to   4.00
Evenings 7.30 to   l.tO
Sundays • - - 1.10 to   4.10
Cranhrook, •■"•
F. M. MacPherson
DNDKBTAKBB
Norbury Annus Neat le Clly Hsll
Opts Dsy aad Nlghl     Phoae Ul
26737,
32711,
33460,
34273,
31185,
39353,
said lands
Lots 2698,
2699, 2700, 2701, 2702, 2703, 2704, 2705
2706, 2707, 2708, 2709, 2710, 8281a,
8278, 8279, 8281, 8283,
10352,  10353, 10354,
10360,
10366,
11490,
11495,
11500,
11505,
11510,
11528,
11533,
11538,
11543,
11548,
11554,
11559,
11574,
11579,
11584.
11589,
11597,
11605,
11610,
11615,
11621,
SYNOPSIS   OF   OOAL   MINING
REGULATIONS
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ai-
berta, the Yukon Territory, the North
west Territories and in a portion ol
the Province ot British Columbia,
may bo leased for a term of twenty-
one years at an annual rental ot $1
an acre. Not more than 2,660 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application tor a lease must b.
mads by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of tbe district ln which the rights applied lor
are situated.
In surveyed territory the Und must
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions ol sections, und in uusur-
veyed territory the tract applied for
shall be staked out by the applicant
himself.
Bach application must be accompanied by a lee ol »5 which will be
refunded if the rights applied tor an
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shull he paid on ths merchantable output ot the mine at tb.
rate ol live cents per ton.
The person operating tho mine shall
turnlBh the Agent with sworn return,
accounting lor the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay th.
royalty thereon. It the coal mining
rights are not being operated, auoh
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The leuse will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rate of J10.0O an acre
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ol
the Department ot the Iutcrlor, Ottawa, or to any Agont or Bub-Agent ol
Dominion Lauds,
W.   W.   CORY,
Deputy Minister ot the Interloi
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement wlll not be paid
lor.—30690. Jan. 3rd-tt,
M. Brier,
CRANBROOK LODGE
No.     1040
Moots every Wednesday at 8 p.m.,
In Royal Black
Knights' Hall on
linker Street.
Dictator.
II. S. Garrett, Sec'y
INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF
FORESTERS
Meeta In Royal lllnck Knlghta Hall
Baker Street
MeetB every 2nd and 4tb Thuriday
of each month at » p.m. aharp.
Mrs. I,. Ilaywnrd, rcc. sec.
W. B. MacFarlane, chlel rauger
Vlaltlng brethren made welcome.
The  Cranbrook  Poultry  and  Pet
Stock Association
Preeident-O. It. Bheppard
Meeta regularly on the First Friday
evening ol each month.
Information on Poultry matters
supplied.
AddroBs the Secretary-A. B. Smith
P.O. Box 852, Cranhrook, B.O.
land .mil at  8 p.it
Welcome,
It. H. Garrett, W. M.
W. Dunstun, Hoe. Sec.
Loyal Orange
Lodge No. 1871
Meets 1st and
3td Thursday In
It n v a I Black
Knights of Ire-
slinrp.   Vlaltors
W. R.  BEATTY
Undertaker,
Embalmer,
Funeral Dlreotor,
CRANBROOK. B.C.
P.O. HOX fi85
PHONE S46
10359,
10365,
11489,
11494,
11499,
11504,
11509,
11513,
11632,
11537,
11542,
11547,
11553,
11558,
11573,
11578,
11583,
11588,
11596,
11604,
11G09,
11614,
11630,
1162!
11787,
11792,
11797,
10331,
10356,
10361,
10367,
11491,
11496,
11501,
11500,
11511,
11529,
11534,
11539,
11544,
11549,
11555,
11560,
11075,
11680,
11585,
11590,
11598,
11606,
11611,
1161G,
11622,
11781,
11788, 11789,
11793, 11794,
01798,  11799,
Cranbrook
Cottage Hospital
GARDEN AVE.
Matron:    Mrs. A. Salmon
Terms on Application
Phone 259 P. O. Box 84S
10358,
10364,
11488,
11493,
11498,
11503,
11608,
11512,
11531,
11536,
11541,
11546,
11552,
11557,
11562,
11577,
11582,
11587,
11595,
11603,
11608,
11613,
11619,
11624,
11786,
11791,
11796,
11801,    11802   and    11803, Kootenay
District, and will be opened to entry by pre-emption on tbe 1st day
ol May, 1914, at 9 o'clock  in    tbo
forenoon.      No   Pre-emption Record
will be issued to include more tban
one surveyed  lot,  and  all   applications must be made at thc olllce ot
the Government Agent, Cranbrook.
R. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Ministor of Lands.
Lands Department,
Vlctorln, B.C.
28th Jnnunry, 1914.
6-3 mths.
10351,
10357,
10362,
10369,
11492,
11497,
11502,
11507,
11511a,
11530,
11535,
11540,
11545,
11550,
11556,
11561,
11576,
11581,
11686,
51594,
11599,
11607,
11612,
11617,
11623,
11785,
11790,
11795,
11800.
COAL   and   PBTROLBUM   NOTIOE
NOTIOE is hereby given thut, with
in Sixty dnys from tbe dnte hereof
I intend to apply to the Milliliter of
Lands for a Licence to prospect for
Conl and Petroleum on the following
described lands in South Enst Koo
tenay, B.C.
Commencing at a post planted at
the South East corner of Lot 7845,
being the North Enpt comer: thence
South about 50 chains, West aliout
50 chains, North about 50 chains,and
East about 50 chains to point of commencement, containing 250 acres,
more or less.
Located this Oth day of February,
1914.
OEO. W.  SYNDER,
Locator
11. JAS. FISHER, Agent
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby givou that 60
days after date I intend to apply to
the MiniBter of Lands for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum
ovter the following lands situate in
the District of Southeast Kootenay
British Columbia,  in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
r near the Northeast corner of Lot
8588, and boiug the NortheaBt corner
post of WALTER J. ABBS' claim;
thenco South along the East line of
Lot 8588 a distance of approximately
3.32 chains to the North line of Lot
7841, thence West along the North
line of Lots 7841 and 7844 a distance
of approximately 80 chains to the
East line of Lot 11949, thence North
along the East line of LotB 11949 and
11950 a distance ol approximately
73.32 chains to the South line ot
Lot 8589, thence East along the
South line ot Lot 8589 to the place
of commencement, containing approximately 586.52 acres, and being the
same land heretofore surveyed aB Lot
8588.
Located tliiB Sth day ot February,
1914.
WALTER J. ABBS, locator
Eathern W. Butts, Agent
Wm. H. Brown, Witness. 11
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that CO
days after date I intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for a licence
to prospect for coal and. petroleum
over the following lands situate in
tbo District of Southeast Kootenay
British Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Northwest corner of Lot
8587, and being tbe Northwest corner
post of Samuel P. Wilson's claim,
thenco Soutb a dlBtance ol approximately 73.32 chains to the north line
ol Lot 7841, thence East along the
North line of Lot 7841 a distance of
approximately 61.92 chains to the
Northeast corner of Lot 7841, thence
South along tho East line ol Lot 7841
a distance of approximately 6.68
chains to the Northwest corner of lot
7845, thence east along the north Une
of Lot 7845 a distano of approximat
ely 18.07 chains, thence north a distance of approximately 80 chains,
thence West a distance of approximately 80 chains; containing approximately 598.61 acres, and being thc
same land heretofore surveyed as lot
8587.
Located   this 8th   day of   February
1914.
SAMUEL P.  WILSON, locator
Eathen W. Butts Agont
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Minister of Lands for a licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
on the following described lands,
Block 4593, Group 1, Kontenay D.B-
trict.
Commencing at a post planted at
the North East corner oi Lot 9499.
thence North eighty chains; thence
Eaat eighty chains; thenco South
eighty chains; thence West eitthty
chains, to point of commencement,
excepting thereout, that part covered by Lots 11980 nnd  11981.
Located this ICth day of February
1914.
John Livingst n, locator
12 O. Vi. Drown, Agent
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICH
Take notice that 1 intend to apply
to the Minister of Lands fur a licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
the following described lands,
Block 459:i, Group 1, Kootenay Diatrict.
Commencing at a post planted at
the North East corner of Lot 9499,
lience North eighty chains; thence
West eighty chains; thence Soutb
eighty chains; tlience East eighty
chainH,  to  point  of  commencement,
xcepting thereout that part covered
hy Lot 11980.
Located this ICth day oi February
1914.
John Llvingsti.n, locator
G. W. Brown, Agent
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Tuke notice thnt. I intend to apply-
to the Minister of Lnnds for a licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
on the following described lands,
Block 4593, Qroup 1, Ko.,tenay Ds-
trict.
Commencing nt a post planted at
the North East corner of Lot 11984,
thenco west eighty chains; thence
North eighty chains; thence East
eighty chains; thenco Houth eighty
chnins tn point of commencement.
Located this 17th dny ol February
1914.
John Livingston, locator
12 G. W. Brown, Agent
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICK
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Minister of LandB for a licence
to proBpect for Coal and petroleum
over pnrt of Block 4593 described us
follows:
Commencing nt a post planted at
the North West corner of Lot 11980,
thence South fifty chains; thi nee
West eighty-nine chains, more or toss
to the Eastern boundary of Lot
10981; thence North to tho southerly
boundary of Lot 10979; thonco follow
ing the said boundary and the Westerly and Southerly boundaries of
Lot 11979 to point of commencement
Located this 17th day of February
1914.
Alfred. H. Webster, locator
12 G.  W. Brown. Agent
COAL   and   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given thnt, with
in Sixty dayB from the date hereof,
I intond to apply to the Minister of
Lands for a Licence to prospect for
Coal and Petroleum on tho following
described lands in South Enst Kontenay, B.C.
Commencing at a post planted at
the South Wost corner ol Lot 7285,
bolng tbe South Enst cornor: thonce
North 40 chnins, West nbout 8 chains
Soutb 40 chnins, nnd East aliout 8
chains to point of commencement.
Located this 9th day ot February,
1914.
CHARLES L. PUGH,
Locator
11. JAS. FISHER, Ageut
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Ministor of LandB for a licenoe
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the lollowlng lands situate In
the DiBtrlct ol Southeast Kootenay
British Columbia, In Lot 4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the Southwest cornor ol lot
8586 and bolng the Southwest corner
poat ot George Wykes' claim; thence
north 80 chnins; thonce east 80 chaina
tlience South 80 chains; thenco weat
80 chains to the place ot commencement, containing 640 acres, and being
the samo land heretofore surveyed aB
Lot 8686.
Located this 8th day ol February,
1914.
GEORGE WYKEH,   locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Wm. II. llrown, Witness. 11
Electric Restorer for Mer
Phnanfsnnol sMIores every nets* la tht bod.
rnoapnonos g ,(1 (lf|1H»(,Mi„„, mint*
slm and vitality. Pramalure dectv ond ell seaise!
assknoss averted el once, rtsaaphoaal wll
Bilks yuu ■ new man. Price H s boi. or tssn ini
II. Mailed In any addrasa. The leakel! Brag
Ua.M.VMkarlsiea.aal.
CANCELLATION   OF   RESERVE
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho
reserve established by notice nub-
llshed In tho British Columhla
Gazette- on the 27th day ot Docombor
1907, is cancelled in so tar as It relates to Tlmhor Licences Nos. 41426,
9082 and 4481, and thnt snld lands
having been surveyed nn Lota 11614,
11515, 11518, 11519, 11520, 11521, 11526,
11686 nnd 11689, Kootenny District,
11681,     11681a,   11682,     11683,     11684,
11686 and 11789, Kootonny Dletrlct,
wlll ho opened to entry by pre-emption on tho 1st day of Mny, 1914, at,
9 o'clock in tho forenoon, No. pre
emptlon record wlll he liiiuied to Include iimro thnn ono surveyed lot,
and all applications must bo tnndc
at the nfticc ol tho Government A
gent, Ferula
It   A. RNNWtOK
Deputy  MllllBter ol Lands
Lands Department,
Victoria, ll.C.
28th January, 1914,
5 9 mths
COAL   and   PETROLEUM   NOTICB
NOTICE la hereby given that, witli
in Sixty dayB Irom the date hereof,
I intend to apply to the Minister of
Lnnds for a Licence to prospect (or
Coal aud Petroleum on tho following
described lnnds in South East Kootenay, B.C.
Commencing nt a post planted at
thc North West corner ol Lot 7133,
being the South West comer: thence
North aliout 20 chains, East about
60 chains, North about 60 chains,
East about 20 chains, South 80 chains
nnd West. 80 chnins to point ot commencement.
Located this loth day ol February,
1914.
OLIVER  J.   STEWART,
Locator
11. JAS. FISHER, Agen
Wm. H. Brown, Witness.
11
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
NOTICE in horeby givon tbnt 60
days after date I Intend to apply to
tho Minister of LandB for a licence
to prospect for conl nnd petroleum
over the following lends situate in
the District of Southeast Kootenay
Hritisb Oolumbla, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a poBt planted at
or near the Northeaet corner of Lot
8590, and being thc Northeast corner
post of M. WAYNE TWITCHBLL'S
claim, thence South a distance of approximately 35.98 chains to the
North lino ol Lot 8589, thence Went
along the North line ol Lot 8589 a
distance ol approximately 80 chains
to the EaBt line ot Lot 11953, thence
North along the East lino ol Lots
11953 and 11954 a distance ot approximately 35.98 cha'ns to tbe South
line of Lot 7286. thence EaBt along
the South line of Lota 7286 and 7287
a dlBtance ol approximately 80 chaina
to the place of commencement, containing approximately 287.84 acres,
nnd being th; Bame land heretofore
surveyed as Lot 8590.
Located this 13th day of February,
1914.
M.  WAYNE  TW1TCHELL,
locator
Eathern W. Butts, Agent.
Wm. H, Brown. Witness. 11
COAL  AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60
days after date I intend to apply to
the Ministor of Lands for a licence
to prospect tor coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
the District of Southeast Kooteuny
llritish Columbia, m Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 7.73 chains North ol thc
Southwest cosnor ot Lot 7850, and bolng tho Southeast corner post ol
F. Charles Bassott's claim, theace
a distance ol approximately 80 chains
North along the West lino ol Lots
7850 and 7851 a distance of npproxi
mately 80 chnins to the South boun
dary lino of Lot.8724, thence West tilling   thc   South   line   of   Lot  8724   a
distance of approximately 14.20 chain
to ttio East boundary line ol Lot
7849, thence South along the East
boundary Hue ot Lots 7849 nnd 7846
a distance of apttroxtmatoly 80 chains
to a point directly West, of the plnce |
ot beginning, thonce Enst approximately 14.20 chnins to the point of
commencement, containing approximately 113.6 acrJB.
Located this 10th day ot February,
1914.
F. CHARLES BASSETT,
locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
Win. H. Brown, Witness, 11
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to apply
i the Miniater of Lands for a licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
the following described landa,
Block 4593, Group 1. Kootenay Diatrict.
Commencing ut o post planted at
thc Nortli West corner nf Lot 9499,
thonce North eighty chains; theace
Wost eighty chains; thence South
eighty chnins; thence East eighty
cliuins to point of commencement.
Located this ICth day of February
1914.
John Livingston, locator
2 (',.  W. Brown, Agent
COAI.   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Take notice tbat I intend to apply
to the Minister nf Lands tor u licence
to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
on the following described lands,
Block 4593, Group 1, Kootenny District.
Commencing at a post planted at
the North West corner of Lot 9499,
thence West eighty chains; thence
South eighty chnins; tlr?nce East
eighty chains; thence North eighty
chninH to point of commencement.
Located this 16th day of February
1914.
John Livingston, locator
12 (I. W. Brown, Agent
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that CO
days after dnte I Intend to apply to
tho Minister of Lands for a licence
to prospect lor coal and petroleum
over the following lauds situate in
tiie District ot Southeast Kootenay
Hritisb Columbia, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a poBt planted at
or ivur tho Southeast corner of Lot
8689, and being the Southeast corner
post of JOSEPH S. DANNER'S
claim, thenco North 80 chains; tbence
Wost 80 chains; thence Soutb 80
chains; thonco East 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, and  being thc same land
heretofore surveyed bb Lot 8589.
Located this Sth day of February,
1914.
JOSEPH   S.   DANNER,  locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
Win. II. llrown, Witness. 11
COAL   nnd   PBTROLBUM   NOTIOB
NOTICK lu hereby given thnt, with
In Sixty days from Ilio dute hereof,
I Intond to apply to tho Minister ot
Lunds (nr n Lireuce to  primped fnr
Ooal ami Potroloum mi tin- following
descri bed landa in South Bast Koo
tenay, ll.C.
Oommonolng ni n post planted at.
thl> Bouth East  i i'i  of Lot. 72HI,
lielng ttio Snnlli West corner thence
North 8(1 chains, Kant 80 chains,,
South 80 chuins, Went 80 ('Inline In
point nt i-onitaeiici'llielit, and contain
Ing 640 iicri'K  ro nr Iobh.
I,uniti"l thin Clll day nl I'Vliriiury,
1914.
WALTKIt  ,|.   NH'llol.l.X.
Locator
ll. JAB, FISHER, Agenl
COAL   AND
NOTICE
PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
a raliable Praurli rtstdato/inevcr lulls.  I lirsa
pills am eatasillnitlv |i mmfiil III ti'Kiilitlln. H'S
Selterntlvv p.tt.i.n ,.111,,' leinnle avium. RiluM
all il.r.,|> Imllaliiiiis. Hr, its Toss's ata s„lil si
|l a li,is, nr llissel"! lln. Malladloaiiv mUiIis-i.
Ms* BS.WII lssa« tl.., M. (MkarlMs, Ont
Ifl hereby given that 60
dnys nfter date I intend to apply to
tho Minister of Lands for a llcenco
lo proflport tor conl ond petroleum
ni"r the following binds situate In
the Disirict nl Southeast Kootenny
llrltlsh Columbia, In Lot 4593:
Oommonolng at a post, plnntod at
or near the Northwest corner of Lot
8585, iiiiiI being the Northwest cornor
post of WALTER J. AI1IIS' claim,
thonco South to the Northwest ror
nor of Lot 8586 n distance npproxi
uniting 35.08 chains; thence Enit. a
long the North lino nl Lnt 8586 tn
lhe West lino nt  Loi   8691  a sllatiili'c
approximating hu chains; thonoo
North nlong the Weil    lino   of   Loi
8691      lo     the     South     lllll'     ot   Lot
85U2 ii distance approximating BK.B8
ohnlns; thenco West nlong tho So ith
hiie nt Lots 8592 and 7287 a dlslnn
approximating so ehalni to the place
..I commencement, containing approi
imutoly 287.8 acres, and being tbo
iiimie Innd heretofore surveyed us Lot.
8585.
Located ibis ltth dny nl February,
rill.
WALTER J. AII11S, locator
Kutlieri, W. HntlM. Agenl
Win. II. llmwn. Willis*'
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60
days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for a licence
to prospect for cost and petroleum
over tbe following lands situate in
thc DiBtrlct ot Southeast Kootenay
British Columbia,  in  Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 7.73 chaina North of thu
Southwest corner ot Lot 7850, and
being the Northeast corner pout ol
WALTER .1. AUHS' claim, thence
South along tho West line o' Lot
7860 a dlBtance ot approximately 7.73
chains to tile Southwest corner ol
said Lot, thence East a distance of
approximately 1.24 chains tn tlic
Northwest corner of Lnt 7135, thenco
South along fio West boundary line
ot Lot 7135 n distance ot approximately 72.27 chains to the North
boundary lino of Lot 71:1:1, thence
West along the Ninth boundary lln*
of Lot 7133 n distance of approximately 811 chains to the Bast boun*
dary line ot Loi 9381, tlience North
along the Kast boundary nf Lot 9381
tn the South boundary Hue of Lot
7846, Ihlnro Kant along tho Bouth
boundary   lino  nf   1,01   7840 to ihe
Southeast corner of Hind Lnt 11 illii
lance of approximately 04,86 chnins,
thonco North along ihe East, boun
dary lino of Lot 7846 n dlslnncc nl
approximately   1,1.75   chains   to   a
point   directly   West   ot  the  place  ol
beginning, thenco Kast n dlstanco or
approximately 14.20 ohnlns to the
point nt commoncsmont, containing
approximately 2:111 acres
Located this tOtli day ni February,
nil.
Walter ,1. Aims, locator
Eathern   W.   Hut I a,   Agent
Wm. II. llinwn, Witness. tl
TIMBER   SALE
SEALED Tenders will be received
Ity tho Minister of Lands not later
than noon on thc 20th dny of April,
1914, for the purchase ol Licence
X 134, tn cut 2,000,000 feet of timber
from that area known as Permit No.
15, Hlock 4591, located near Loco,
East  Kootonny.
One year will be allowed tor the
removal  of the  timber.
Further particulars ot tho Chief
Forester,   Victoria,   B.C. 13-4
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Si.uth-East  Kootenay
TAKE NOTICK that John Henry
Lismcr, of Crnnhrook, D. C, occupa
tlon laborer.intends to apply tor per
mission tn purchase the following
described lands —
Commencing nt a post planted at
Ihe  Soul ll WeBt  corner o(    Lot    9687,
Qroup i, Kootenay District, thenco
west 20 chains, thenco north 40
chains, thonce east 20 chainB, tlience
south 4u chains tn the point oi com"
iiii'iiei'in-nt umi containing HO acres
iiii,re nr loss.
JOHN lll'.NHV LIHMER.
Dated March mil li, 1914. 14
HORRORS
PflOtON-Alwuys ,„i  ilie akin  of sh
frill    What  la  your favnrllr fruill
ruiluiil 'i' '"'""'"i|—''TrysqaJt THE  PROSPECTOR,  CRANBROOK, B. (j.
Chief Minty Promoted
Chief Minty, of the provincial police, has heen promoted to tho ili.-
trict with headquarters at Hazletou,
on the Grand Trunk Pacific, where,
besides the duties of District Chief,
he will be inspector of the district
from Tete J nan on the eaat to Princo
Rupert mi the west. The promotion
carries with it a considerable increase of salary.
Chief Minty has made good while
in thin district hy strict attention to
the business of Ms department. He
made a marked Improvement in the
force shortly after his arrival here,
the type of eonstahle showing marked improvement after he took charge
This diatrict now has as line a body
of provincial police as can be found
in the province,
A. ('. Minty has hml a wide experience in police work in British Col
timbia in the last  14 years.     Prior
tn j*oins on tin' provincial force he
was crack driv -r for the B.X, staue
running from to Ashcroft to Barker.
.ilie. fie holds th.' record for the
fastest trip ever made on that road,
covering the 600 miles from Ashcroft
and hack between Wednesday noon
and Friday night, with 16 relays of
horses each way. He still preserves
tbe big driver's coat in which the
trip was made.
After spending some time on the
provincial force in the Cariboo district he was stationed on the West
Coast and in both locations he had
considerable experience with the
Indians. He is peculiarly fitted tor
the duties of his new position by
reason of his experience with the
Indians and with the country where
he will be located.
S. B. Beyta, at present Provincial
Chief at Tete Jaune' Cache, who succeeds Chief Minty here, is expected
in Fernie about the middle of the
month. He has a record as an efficient officer and a man of excellent
executive ability. Some of hia best
known work is in connection with
bootleggers and blind pig^ers in tbo
construction camps of the G.T.P. On
cue occasion he caught a consignment of real blind pigs, A shipper in
titl montnn killed a bunch of hogs,
removed tbe entrails, nnd filled the
cavities with bottled whisky. The
hogs were sewn up and frozen, then
shipped into B.C. Beyts grabbed the
consignment on its arrival, having
secured ndvunce information of its
route and destination.
*• ■ —— - '     ■■- ■—■ —	
THK CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders are hereby Invited for the
erection of a board fence at. the rear
of tbe City Hall and Fire Hall, plans
and specifications may he obtained at
the City Ofllco.
Tenders will be received by the tin*
dernlgned not Inter thnn the IHth
day of Apr,!,  HML
The lowest or any tender not ticc
essartly accepted.
T. M. ROBERTS.
Dafi'd  nt  Crnnl ik   tbls  7th   day
of  April,   1914,
Salvation Army Mall
Hanson nVenut
Commanding ottlcers
Captain ami  Mrn. Carruthers
3 p.m.—Sunday School and Adult
Bible class.
7.30 p.m.—Open Air service at tho
Crnnbrook Hotel.
8 p.m.—Gospel Meeting in Citadel.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Minister of Landa for a licence to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum over
the following lands situati* in the
District ol South east Ko .tenay,
British  Columbia,  in   Loi   4593.
Commencing at b post planted at
or near the Southwest c mer post ol
Lot 7S4,">, and being the Northwest
corner post of Qjorge Wykes' claim!
tbence South along the Kast boundary of l.ot Thi:: i thi International
Boundary a dlit an. •■ approximating
56,01 chains; thence East along the
International Bon idary t , t;,,. Bouth
west corner of Lot 7404 a distance
Approximating "tl' chains; thenct
North along the Weat line nf Lot
7404 to the South line ot l.ot. 7846 a
distance approximating 56.05 rhains;
tlience West along th? South line of
Lot 7848 tt- the place of commencement a distance approximating 53,12
chains, containing approximately -'-'«
acres.
Located this 'uh day of February,
1914,
OEOROK WYKES,  Locator
Eathen  W   lum,   \gonl
Wtn.  H. Brown, WitncHH II
MADAM LAVAL'*
Cotton Root Compound Tablets
A  RKI.MHI I'   IlItfim.ATOB
Timo PI III iut? cotnii'» n lc»l wllli tin. nn-aient
c«r« iron Hie mail rollntili romrdioi kauwn tu
tdmce; mull Mfitobolng i n I ttltti inuclilUCCOOl
yfl.c iieHl rrleli.Hlod it i.ih kiniwn,
Thar tfra n ipecltii luiflw liMinulnic dlnordin
I', *'.i  I. HmlfrtMli'M.rMiHili Hi 11 Unfile
hon. pnTtUi ijlldftn uon  mail Fi Ths
lAfuliiiug iio,, mi. UatliarlflUj Out,
The
'Rexall Store'
The Store with a Reputation
KOOTENAYS
GREATEST
DRUG
&
BOOK
STORE
The
Beattie - Murphy
Co., Ltd.
"Where It Pays to Deal"
Cranbrook -        H. C.
Break Whisky's Grip on Your
Loved   Ones
Drunkards will tell you with teat's
uf sincerity that tbey au not runt
to drink. The craving co iils Irom
the inflamed membrane;- of ibe *'.*.:■.■
acb drives them to It.
Alcura will Boothe the trembling
nerves and remove tbe crav'ug tnat
is ruining your home and *' *aimg
an otherwise kind husband >-r 'a'he;
from you. It costs only fl.Ofl
box, and if it does not cure - r bei :
Ut after a trial the money will he
refunded.
Alcira N" . 1. Ifl r; isteless and can
be given secretly in Tea. Coffee, or
food. Alcura No. 2, Is taken voluntarily by those willing to help
themselves.
Alcura can now be obtained at our
store. Ask for Free Booklet telling
all about it and give Alcura a trial.
Beattie-Murphy Co., Limited, Druggists,  Cranbrook,   B.C. 42-1
ANYONE
' THEIR CLOTHES
WITH
DY0LA1
LTl.,- Dye that colors ANY KIND^
I      ol' Cloth Porfectly, with tho    *
[ SAME DYE,
§ NoChinr*of MUtifc.^. Clein andSlmpl.-.
■ Aak your nriiDRiit sir Oralrr. Sr nil lor Il--<tk1i>l
" 1'hfJutiiiMjii-kli lisirsU.Hit.u. Liimlr.l.MuuUKal i
BEATTIE-MURPHY CO
MAKE A STATEMENT
Wo always advise people who bave
stomach or howul trouble to see a
doctor. But to those wbo do uot
wish to do this we will suy: try the
ml I ture of simple buckthorn bark
glycerine, etc., knowu as Adler-i-kal
Tbls simple new remedy is so powerful that JUST ONK DOBB usually
relieves sour stomach, gas on the
stomach and constipation QUICKLY.
Peoplo who try Adler-i-ka are surprised at ita QUICK action. The
Beattie-Murphy Co. _Z-it
"MY BACK HAS NEVER
TROUBLED ME
Since Taking 6IN PILLS
Lyons Brook, N.S., Feb. 36th.
"Yon ere perfectly free to une my
name In any way to benefit GIN IMU.S,
for   tbey  deserve   the   nfjzhftlt   praise.
My back hd* uever troubled mc itnca
Uktng f',IN I'll,I.S, und mv wife feeli
much better after taking GIN PII.I.S
for her back. She thinks OIN PILLS
will make a complete cure"
JAMBS L. NAU8S.
OIN PILLS will always relieve Lame
Bnck, Sciatica in Back and Lea,
RheutnaUim, Burning ami Bcaldtng
Urine, Painful Urination, Weak or
Strained Kidney i, end alwayi prevent
taking cold In the kldneyi and bladder,
Every box is sold with a positive
guarantee to give prompt relief or
money refunded. 50c. a box, 6 for
t}.$0, Sam pi r free if you write
National iJriifj ami Chemical Co. of
Canada, Limited, Toronto. I?/
A report   from    Rpokanc   received
this morning was to tho odoct that
IL    I,.   T.   Uulbiaitli   o(   Knit    Steel,-,
had won hm suit against A Devlin
nntl Senator Pago ol Bpnkane. The
judgement <>f tii<- lower Court wuh
Hiirifalued, giving Mi (ialbraltb the
mnn of $125,000, Certain conl lands
in tin' (Hathend Vnlley whlrh were
.■mill to the i'i.i'mii Hyndlcate, mnl Hi"
[iiiyinentH for Fin mo was the vnnue nf
the suit..
Promotions
division c
Promoted to Junior Third
Lily Lancaster, Marion MsKlnnon,
Freda Taylor, Kathleen Snook, Kila
McGoldrlc, Otto Hill, Ethel Dow,
Alma SarviB, Hiiiih Simpson, Jobn
Turner, Viola Sarvis, Charlie Chap
man, Sam Whlttaker, RusBell LeaBk,
Delphlne Bbnnett, .lack Dow, Fanny
Qartstde, Herman Hollander, Charlie
Olapp, Elizabeth Pigott, .loe Swain,
Harry Smith, Eric McKinnon, Mary
Bartlam, Ralph Qreen, Merle Bennett, Hugh Hanna, Mabel Cameron,
Kdith Lewis, Harold Kummer, Keith
Wasson, Christine Corson, Vivian
Fraser, John Brake.
DIVISION 7
Promoted   tO   Thud   Reader
Kathleen Atchison, Norman Beecb,
Alice Brake, Leonard Burton, Faith
Ewin, Lee Chop, Willie Oeorge, Len
me Mil,. Qabrlella Hamilton, Ella
Kendall, Fred Brlggs, Maude Mai
colm, Cyril Selby, Maud Bcott, R03
Roblcbaud,   Ruth   Simpson,   Pud ley
Stone.    Jack    St.*veus,    Uuby    Apple
yard.
ON TR] \l. G rtrude Hopkins, Jo
Bepb Frost, John Moffat, Stanley
Moffat, Ray Scott, Bam Speers, Sam
Watson,  Arthur GUI, Norman Was. 11
DIVISION  9
Promoted to Second Primer
Robert Uoyter. Majorte Dufour,
Henry Daniels, Heme G sorge, Stan
ley Johnston, William Selby, Hilda
Steward, Edward Stone, .lames Taj
loi Kate Watson, Edward Jecks,
Douglas Russell,
Promote,!   to   Senior   Hnd,
Mary   Carson,   Marion   Drummond.
May    Lancastt..    Flossie   Robinsob,
Robert Beaton, Donald Dallas, Harry
MacDonald    Harry   Musser.
ON  TRIAk—Warren   Spence.  Verne
'-1* ■ tdman.
Promoted to First Reader
Ma}( rie Burton, Eva Cadwailedar,
Kdith Clarke, Dorothy Dufour. Don
Ewin, Walter Freek Hector Herni-
men, Ray Hill, Mnrraj McFarlane.
Wilfrid Jolhffe, John Lancaster.
Kleanor Leveceque, Raymond StElol,
Douglas Thompson.
DIVISION   9.
Promoted to Second Reader
James McGtnnis, Alexia Messanger
Candace Henderson, Marion Henderson, Ruby Lister, Vera Lister, Ruby
Scott. Thehua Patmore. Edna Frlek,
Ftorenc Card. Mary Renix, Harold
Dow, Ernest South.
ON* TRIAL—Thehua Stinton, WUma Btevenson.
DIVISION 10
Promoted to First Book
Eunice      Parrett,    James    Taylor,
Lily   Hawkins,     Wont;  Hong,   Ralph
Robinson.
Promoted to Second Primer
Wong  Hum,  OHvc  Simpson, Clyde
McKinnon,   Mona  Gartslde,  Queent-s
Swain,    Marguerite    Sindall,    Delia
Baxter, Elvin Leask, Regglo Parrett.
Promoted   to  Class  A.
Rovenna,  Gladys,   Kvaline,   Mndge,
liertrude,    Mildred,   Hing,   Florence,
Gray.
Promoted  to Class B.
Jack,  Marion,  Meryl, Hilton, Ray,
Loran,  Frank,   Wilhelmine,
Promoted to Second Reader
In order of merit
Roderick Kennedy, Isabel Parker,
Patricia McDermot, Thomas Hogarth
Jack Ward, Murray Henderson,
Christopher Duckerinii, ICimeaa Hogarth, Ida Dunning, Howard Brogan
Lenore Little, Vera Baxter, Elila-
betb Chapman, Maggie Carr, Louise
Keisey, Alfred Jolllffe, CharleB Musser, Faye Dow, Gordon Armstrong,
Kitty Rostndale, Ethel Olapp, James
Oeorge, Stanley Fyles, Jimmy Lo-
enn, Him Hing,  Wilma Park.
Promoted to Senior First
In Order of Merit
Gerald Cllne, Magdalfne Brpwnloo,
Willie Leask, Freda Osborne, Donald
Morrison, Gerald Bartlam, Dorothy
Leaak, Leo Frost. Lena Brogan,
Vivian Kummer, Margaret Leask,
Hugh Wlllnrd, Norvel Caslake.
NOTICE   OF   CANCELLATION   OF
KKHKKVK
Notice is hereby riven that a re-
flervo, not in- of which appeared In
the lie Gazette, on Octobor loth,
1912, is cancelled in
Intofl in Lhe followlni
llcnncofl
Ui\, !)082, 11847,
23110, 24432, 20737
lihIK.'i, BOadft, 81130
51201, 3188U, 31481
88411, 38459, 88400
84310, 3fifi02, 87fi80
■11.111,   4142A   and   4317G.
It,  A.  RKNWICK,
Deputy Milliliter ,,f I.iuiiIh,
Latidn  Department.
Vlctoriu,  B.O,,  March Hist, 1914.
If' 8m,
fill   Ith
It re
IPIM
timber
2I'III7,
2Mi,
2119211,
2SIN2,
.'III HI,
111185,
'.I'ili'i','.,
22711,
34221,
mn,
87DM,
37994,
If you have an Engagement in view
in our direction, we invite you
to ciiil aud look through our
Btock of new and btghclaas
jewelry, neat in design antl per
feet in quality. We make a
specialty ol Gem Engagement
Rlnga and their successors
Wedding RingB, if thinking ol
either, we would appreciate n
call and a look over our Btock.
We are willing to lose a sale
if you can reelBt qualltleB and
prices,
RAWORTH
BROS.
Jewelers & Opticians      >
Cranbrooki -    B. C. ?
Local   News
BORN- To Mr. and Mrs. Sam L.
Coop,  on  Sunday,  April ".th, a sou.
Mr. Adamson left for Fernie on
Tuesday  to attend to some business
KILBY     FRAMES     PIOTURBS
The 24th of May, Victoria Day,
tailing on a Sunday, it will be cele-
brated  on tbe Monday following.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Staples of Wycliffe were Cranbrook visitors Monday.
Mrs. John Shaw will not receive
this month but will be at home on
the 3rd Wednesday in May.
Mrs. 0. W. McLean will not re.
ceive the 3rd Tuesday nnd again this
season.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Le Hoy Harrison
are rejoicing over the arrival of a
young son, on April 1, 1914.
-KILBY FRAMES PICTURES.
Business :s good. Even the municipal "hot squad" is paving thc way
for future prosperity.
All the business bouses were closed
on Good Friday, it being a religious
holiday.
B. Werdcn and A. Doyle came over
from Fort Steele Thursday on business.
Mr. nml Mrs. IL Q, Bauer of Calgary, were Cranhrook visitors Thurs
day.
The public schools closed on Thursday afternoon for the Easter holiday
the kiddies will have ten days vacation, Including two Sundays.
A number of government rond
gangs left the city this week to work
on the various sections throughout
the district.
BRING YOUR OLD PIPE TO BOBS
PLACE   FOR REPAIRS
The green grass growing all a
round doesn't matter half ns much
aa the green weeds growing in the
garden.
Mrs.   W. Halrall,   and   the  Misses
Macdonald and   Darkis,   will   spend
the   Easter holidays  at  the  Halsall
ranch.
On Sunday afternoon tho Cran
brook Olty Band will give their Ilrst
weekly   concert   at   the   band-stand
near tbe Government  Building.
Evidently to the Hiyu Boston man
who wns here ln lHM the fellow who
came here nn recently as IWHt was
nothing, uo Chahko Mika for blm.
KILBY     FRAMES      PICTURES
The Cranhrook Civilian Rifle As
BOOlatlon were arranging this week
to bave a Phone installed on the
Range  for the use of  the  members.
Tbe Ladies Branch Of the Men's
Club expect to have an open evening
Wednesdny April 22. New classes
have been formed nnd nil members
nre urged to tako advantage of tbem
N. HaiiHon romnioni't-d work on bis
new garage this week, tbe foundation will be in reinent, and the build
Ing of brick, to be two Btory In Its
height,
Kwon Ctioni', who runs n Chinese
store in Chinatown was arrested
Thursday, for selling liquors wllb
out a H con no, A large tot. of Itno'/o
was eonliscateil.
KILBY   PRAMHS   PICTURES
Winnie Steward, the little ilmtgli
ter of Mr. uud Mrs. Wm. Steward,
while playing nu Wednesday, fell nn
some concrete steps, cutting a gnuh
In bar chin, which necessitated tllfl
nmilHfniim ol a doctor.
Auditorium clSZ,April 17
Oliver Eckhardt Stock Co.
Pridav 17th,
"Bought and
Paid For"
Tha greatest heart story over written
Saturday 18th;
"The Happy
Family"
An excellent comedy for kids,  kiddies and
grown-ups-
Prices: 75c, 50c. & 25c.
SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY 2.30 p.m.    Adults 25c. Children 10c.
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Wilson return
ed Monday from a holiday trip to
tbe const and Southern California;
tbey report having an excellent time
yet were glad to get hack to Crnnbrook.
Aa the month of May draws near,
many people are won lerlng whether
tbere will he a celebration on the
24th, Empire Pay. We would suggest tbat tbe sports committee get
busy and arrange for a celebration
on that day.
KILBY     FRAMES     PIOTURBS
It is estimated that consumers in
the west will save three million dollars when the new freight tariff goes
Into effect, roughly figured, tbe t\r.-
R. will lose $1,500,000 ami the other
transcontinental roads another
$1,500,000.
BRING YOUR OLD  PIPE TO  BOBS
PLACE   FOR REPAIRS
Madame Qrohe, the dressmaker appointed by the Department of Agriculture at Victoria, to demonstrate
and teach tho monitors of th •
Women's Institute, is In Cranbrook,
and giving free lessons to Members
twice daily In tho old Gym. Any
Lady wishing to join can do so by
applying to the Secretary, Mrs. John
Shnw, Phone 295, or attend the
classes at 2.30 and 7.30  p.m.
KILBY     FRAMES     PIOTURBS
Messrs. R. E. Bcnttio, Dr. .). H.
King, Dr. Rutledge, and Mr. Arch
Leitch left last Sunday for the Windermere district to spend n few-
days visit. On their return they report tbe roads in places to be In a
very bad condition owing to the
snow melting on tbe mountains and
tbe water laying in the hollows of
the roads and forming a miniature
bog hole.
W. W.  KILBY
PRACTICAL     PICTURE     KRAMER
ARMSTRONG   AVENUE
P. O. Box R02 Cranbrook, B.C
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Easter
Holidays
Fare and one third
for round trip all
stations Port Arthur and West.
Going dates Apiil
9th to 12th.
h'or further particulars apply
to nearest agent, nr to
R. DAWSON,
District I'nflneiiKcr Audit,
t.'iilK.trx
F. PARKS & CO.
Hardware and House Furnishings
CRANBROOK,
B. C.
_..,.. ,|..i*.n-n-l-H-H-H"
Kootenay   Grill
OPEN FROM 11.30 UNTIL 2.00 A.M.
Ladies' Tea Parties a specialty at all hours
for a reasonable price
Avoid the rush and engage
a private box or large dining tabic for
Sunday Kvening
SPECIAL KOOTENAY GRILL DINNER,
75 CENTS
I
Cr;
inbrook Orchestra in Attendance from 5.30 till H.M)
p. in.
For Sale Rents Oa.its
I'MIWINII IMINK l.i'l un know wllciv
ynu hit. Wc will cull ninl *'c yuu
uh.,ni It, .ililiwi Mm 'IK. City Ilia
Tlio    UlU  nl  May,   Vlotorln  Uny,
KOIINII Ulllil l.iirkc! Willi plctllro ol
llttlo girl IiihIiIc. owner on lmvo
samo hy npiilyliii: nt thla olfloo mnl
paying lor tbia nilvort,
•H»M'HH»H-H"I
Twcnty-ilvii soconil-liand Sowing
llachlnoa fnr Hale on monthly payment**, somo of tlicm cnhiDcta. All
uvorhaulod nml fn good condition,
•'nun $5.00 lip, Hinder rtturc, phony
157. 4-tl.
KOIt 8ALU, llrnntloi-d Ulcycle, hcc-
iiiiillinnd, clioap fm' t'tinli. Apply
thin olllce.
Koli BALB—Bllvor Oroy Dorklngii,
II iiiill'tH ntid I hen. (2,00 ench. Ilnx
1120. Crnnhrook, B.C.
irOB WALK Til. (lame MggH for Bitting, |2,oo per (logon ol i:i. Choice
fltock of prl'/e wlllllol'H. l'!ni|iiii'c of
David li. M e, Crnnhrook,       12-t
I'Oll HI'INT- Nicely Ini'iiltlioil rooniH,
prlvnto hoard if doalroil, centrally
located,    Phono 4*11. 14 U.
UHMOORAT KOIt SAtiB, strong and
ia good condition,   Can ho Heen at
the Prospector ofllce. Price (tit.wi
FOIl SALE or trade for Cranhrook
property. A 11 In. hy 12 in cylinder traction engine, cnrrlca 145 lbs
of Htoam, nearly new. Would run
a fair stood portable sawmill; what
oilers?    Kd.  Sbackloton, phono 218
-13-4.
rait HAI,K King ItuHpheny plants,
very hardy and prolific, 1(4.(10 por
100. Order promptly lllled. .1. Del-
mer, co llox 7.W Oranbrook   •14-2t
Ladies nnd (ieiitl  having underclothing and Books and slodilags
to mend ,[dense glvo mc tlio work;
terms ronsonilbbi, Mrs. Isabel Hut.
ler, 111 Clnrk Avenue. 14 3t
H. 0, White Leghorn I'lggs tor Hatching; (1,50 tor thirteen, (9,00 por
hundred, It. T, Williams' [tollable
Kyx Farm, Oranbrook, it.i ;it

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