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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   FBBRUARY   18,   1909.
Tafls   lnaug-"AT   HOME"
UiatlOll. The   Knight   Templars
Receive a large number
The Most  Imposing in    of thc Craft in the
Uie        IStOrj    01       1C Auditorium. Tho Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman, who     Charier,    M, Alexander, tho musical
I 11 it I'll   States —"— icomes from    Hichnmnd, Vu., to con- director ol the llev. J. Wilbur Chap-
worn „i iiiiiii,, ,m , duct tho simultaneous Interdenomlna* man's evangelistic campaign,  [s   -12
 — "   p. r£B g() |9Q9 tt
Six Weeks Campaign in    Private    Bilk The     Earmei
the Kootenays -
REV. J. WILBUR CHAPMAN      CHARLES M. ALEXANDER
Affecting    thc    Mining James  Anthony,  M. A.
Industry arc Voted        0f   Waturdown,   on
Down our Public  Works
\.i't..n.,    1.1
muuiroi .'tail
furnished     the  foatun
■ lollll   Kntis   - ■        I   :   Pi]   1
when |)1< mlint   '■•■■  the education     ,if
Tliursdai evening tu u lama number  ol' tlonul    evangelistic campaign, in    a years old, umi a Tonuessean by birth. ,„,,,,,,,      ,,,,,      M    .   , . ,               the y„i th     oi    So, iron'   •■   (  CVer\
The Inauguration of     William    il.  thn rrnfi nnd their indies,                      (member of    the Prebyterian General Ho in likened t„ the late im D, San- nrt,VVHt»*r   viherni ichnlai  in the land mi  ni  tometh ne
Taft us president ot the I'm ted Stat-     with Uio tuwombly cull ui iho knights,   assembly and has been heard in la fit-j key us a leader, nnd iu personality. ,1](, llvM |)(   ,nmVu     *, for tin   Mihlhl .                     . i wealth
,'s is to surpass in pomp and tnngnl-   nmi  the receiving  ui  Invited kuuhu, tho   Ich since Btarting his work under the      His mother    was a deeply religious t         (1      '  ,        , '    '   ' .                    xhnl   he    pn      thr   tl   tl   nr   thought
e
tude     (if tlie pageant   and ceremony ,
that accorded any previous chief mag- tun u
Istrate, declare tlie men who are    In copto
charge of the decorations. kniicii
Tw()  hundred   thoUBand   people    arc Hon
expected to watch  the vast army    of Columbia.
civic and military marchers sweep up A very   Interesting dance  progrum  lol*
historic Pennsylvania avenue, escort- imvcd,    and  nt m   p.m.. supper, which
ing  the newly  sworn   president   fr0tn wan  provided  lii   Mr.   Uluko uf thn C ran -
the Capitol to the White h0uso,     re- brook restaurant, was partaken uf.
quiring five or six hours to pass    In r1"' fallowing is a part iul list of   tho
review before him.                                   ! knights and visiting friends:
One hundred th0usnnd dollars    has Hlffll.L(, l':"',i,"jn,.1,Si.r ,   Knlffhl A   "
been     raised by popular subscription <,r,in'1  I rutlmriu     rlur 1
to defray the preliminary expenses, a u,rl,";l
sum of money vastly in excess of that 1:l"i"l"^Sh' K,ll"ht ''■ K ArrastronR,
obtained for any similar occasion and ' r0HUlll|K    receptor,
it is    confidently predicted that tho Sir kmLr,lt  ,ltm"* H,,my' (-""sl111'1"
spectacle will bo daW-llng In   all     its S,r  K,,1Khl   A*   McCmvn»'   Marshall,
various displays. ^   ™«M   ■*■   «■     t'""'>"ll>--   »»«»«
THOUSANDS    OF    SOLDIERS
10  p.m.   The form-   direction of the latter body
calving of Kiiiinent He- ■    His plan of campaign covers     the
pleasing   sight.     The j entire     United     States,     though hifl
lircHflitiod an attrac- i work in   this country may be inter*
u this part  ,,f nrltlsh   rupted for a trip to Australia,
woman and read the bible stories   tn (l
her children by the loir fire ol     their tm, ^Vlt'
Tennessee cabin before they Knew the t!li, l(jl|
alphabet.   The  lather  hud   a   remark- ivi.|„i,
able predilection lor mtlBlc and was a ,,,.   .,../,
British  Col-
Dr. Chapman is a native of Indiana i leader     for all the country round h
and is GO years old.   He matriculated home.   On Sunday afternoons he gave   ",*"JunTV.V' 1 m^n<• \"»
in the classics at Obcrlin college and services of song at his humble home,
The liberal response of Washington
to the cull for subscriptions is greatly credited to the personalities of the ;
twn men who have the financial end '
in charge.   They are Milt,,n K. Alios.
the     head 0f the finance committee,
who was formerly assistant secretary |
of the   treasury, and K. .). Stelwag*
en,     chairman     of the inauguration
committee     and     one of the lending
bankers of the national capital.
General Bell, chict of staff of the!
United States army, who is in charge
of the inaugural parade, is one of
the closest friends of president-elect ■
Taft, and he bus spared Uq effort to i
have the military and naval show!
eclipse anything of the kind hereto-1
fore seen nn this continent
ghl   W.   A.   Vte
■_riit   It.    Hunts
nl.
. Chaplin.
Captain     of
Sir Knlffhl   IV. II. Wilson
Sir Knight   r. It.   Miles.
Sir Knight -l. SleHweyu.
Sir Knight   W. s. Holt.
Sir Knight   II. C.  ivuit.
Sir Knight   J. H. Scott.
Sir Knight   M. A. Ilcalo.
s,r Knigiit   I'I, til well.
Si,- Knighl   li, II. Moore.
Sir Knight    A.   n,   Ki'invirk.
Sir Knlffhl ,). II. tlotidorson.
sir   Knight   Ii.   A.   McUurnny,
Knlffhl   .1.   Scott.
Sir  Knlffhl   l».  Hurt.m.
Sir Knight  10. I.. Wrlffglosworth.
Sir Knlffhl .John  K.  Hrook of Cyrano
Pnmiimndory.   Knlispoll,   M„nt.
sir    Knighl    It.     McNahb of lthodei
Two circumstances  have  greatly fa- h'roooptnry.  \'nn   Arthur,  Out.
cllltated  this  project,    The   withdraw- IHsti-it-l    Deputy   Crutt'd   Master   A.   P.
al uf the American troops from CubaU   \.\i.. Omnbronk.
and their debarkation  in  the United!    \ i„rm,    number nl ihe craft from alt
States at Newport News, Va., renders pnrts of thn district worn In attendance,
it     Possible     to summon  this great      \  very  pleuslug evening was spent   by
body of     the soldiery  intact t0 the all.   The  in-  wns |}rst class, and the
capital.   Secondly the completion   at h„ 11 imnilsoaifilj   iieroruted with emblems
Hampton Roads oo Feb. tl     ol   the oi \u>. order.
world famous    round-the-world cruise      rtie   following   prognuu  of   music  was
of Uncle Sam's battleship ilert     will remleml,   11
make it possible tt> have in Washing- <-■. (.;, cnrri
ton for the     Inauguration thousands Walt/ 	
of the globe girdling bluejackets. Uuuws
It is expected  that there will     be ivo Step
3000 trooPB from Cuba in the cnrtege waltz
that will follow Taft up Pennsylvun- schotttsehe
ia avenue and     upward of 1000 nrtil ih,,,,. step
lerymen from the f0rts along the At- Waltz 	
lantic const,     making a total of 400u |U11 step.,
regulars. .lersey 	
THE rUESIDENT ESCORT. lVlllu
Si'holllsehe
The naval contingent   will comprise rwn step .
from 2500 to ^000 bluejackets from the, tainctirs
principle battleships, representing the Wultz...Won
pick of the men-o'war's men, two Step
The-    regular soldiers will be over-1 Wulta ......
shadowed in point of numbers by the   sehottishe
Guard, representing the great major- -|j,n„, step
ty of the States of the union,     each  Wultz 	
state contingent being headed by the Tvo steji
governor of the commonwealth     and ,jom.j 	
his staff on horseback. Walt/1.   ...
Home of the states will have re- schntllsche
Cord breaking representations 0t citi- ■(•„■„ step.,
sen soldiers. K()r instance it is expected that Massachusetts will have \V„ii/
tw0 and possibly three regiments In
lino; Pennsylvania, will be represent-\u\nn Frfwarri arriuAft at Rarlin
ed by a brigade of three regiments, M"9 tQWarO &ITIVeS ai DBHin
and     Ohio will  send two regiments. —"
The latter will be in addition to   thc     1,t,|,Iln' l'"h- ^-lhti spoclal train boar-
presence frum Cleveland. O.,     of the   [«« K,l^,'ill|iul "f   ''"K111"1' t"" "nd« °*
famous     troop  A,   the crack  cavalry   hmiwmr W rm and his wie. arrived at
organisation of tho middle west which   Jhe Uheter s atlon .,   II u clack   Thoro
will    act     ,,s the personal escnrt to    '«';.'"»*"»' ,1"«l "' mo"   the king, Emporor
President Taft. 1Vlll,,im- ,,,L' WuWn !lr nc"' bl8, u ,1,,Ht ""*'
'tier princes oi ihe royal nuuse   in-
,.'l„nly
Ion   in'   hniulmostor
 "Knchiintmont,"
"Oood Old Tiaios"
wing of ihenutim"
 "Love-Laud."
Watermelon Hoys"
  "Rm«Htnla."
 "Woiidorlund"
 "Old Faithful"
 "Ooorffla"
i  Waiting for Me."
..."tiovo's  KoidunDrcam."
 "Socluty Swing"
 ,  "Lotmox Club"
on  cuine out  to my house.
 "Two   Hhie  Eyes."
 ..."Bream Thoughts"
     -The Hoyal Uosu"
..   "Flowers and Smiles"
 "Sweetheart  Days."
 "Southern Heauties"
He  My  Little Teddy Hear"
"Are   You   Sincere."
 "Sweet   Vows."
I'd   Hulher  Two Step
 Than  Waltz mil."
 "Home Swet Home"
is a graduate at the Lake Forest On-
iversity a d of the Lane Theolnglcal
Seminary.
His first charge was the reformed
church at Sehuylerville, N. Y., and
his secnnd the First Reformed church
of Albany, N. Y.
In 1899 he became pastor of Bethany church, Philadelphia, with which
John Wanamuker is closely affiliated,
and in less than three years added
1100 members to the f0ld, while the
Sunday school incrensed its member
ship to 5000.
After three years' absence be was
recalled to Bethany church, and from
their was invited to the Fourth Presbyterian church of New York city.
It was while serving that congregation that he was elected to membership in the evangelical committee and
has singe devoted himself conclusively
to the conduct of the campaign in
the interests of aRRTtssive evangelism.
Dr. Chapman is a magnetic man,
with a commanding presence, speaks
fluently, uses choice w0rds, has engaging manners, employs few gestures
while speaking, and these are always
graceful. H1h strength nnd influence
are in his intense earnestness and
heartfelt sincerity.
Council Meeting
A special nieottttjf of tho city council
wiih lioid on Thursday afternoon at 't.Hfi
p.m.
There worn present His Worship Mayor
Fink, and Aldormrm Haktir, Himderson,
Kvitii. Johnson ami Jackson.
Moved by aldermen Maker nnd Henderson that uuivo he granted to introduce
bylaw. Said bylaw wits than read .i llrst ,v]lj,.j, ,, nl
law. Said bylaw was then read » first
and second lime, then passorl the commit toe,   and   third   reading.
Moved by Aldyriuuu Ityun end Johnson
that leave he grunted to introduce bylaw No, i". being cited us the City ol
Cranbrook Loan Debenture bylaw So. I.
Suit! by-law was then rend ti lir.il ami
second time, then passed the committees
of the whole, nnd was then reed a third
lime.
Moved by aldormon Ryan end Johnson
that the votes of the electors on bylaw
No. 57 bu taken between the hours of 0
a.m., (10 o'c.oek, local limti,) In tie-
morning, and 7 p.m.. (H o'clock local
lime.) in the evening on the 1th day of
March. l'.UHl. at the municipal buildings,
and that T. M. Itohorts I.e. appointor!
returning officer tor taking iho votes of
the electors, with power to appoint a
poll clerk. That u copy of bylaw No.
57 be Inserted in tho Cranbrook lferald
between this date and thi' data of election.
Moved by aldormon ttynn and Maker
thai the following open loiter he insort-
ud in the Cranbrook Herald together with
the notice of bylaw No. .r>7. "Notwithstanding the met thai no detailed estimate uf the expenditures required on the
new   public   school  Ims   been  submitted to
Mrlmi
and the neighbors drove for miles   to
hear him sing gospel hymns.
Charles M.  Alexander is the oldest  to um t the  \letn
of f0ur     children, 0ne of whom is in   Hint     miners
the     ministry, another is a pastor's [ shafts end   ipmrr
wife, and a third is in the government | ogc of tin. elghi i
service in Tennessee. P0«l*d by the goi
At 16 Mr. Alexander    first    heard  ,,n( t|>j ,„', tit,. nd
Sankey    sing, and it was this great jIUjHS'lrs  , ,!, ,,„,
co-worker 0f Moody who decided him     i£rtWihnrnthwait
upon his own future course. Nnnntmn   in snea
Mr. Alexander's Hist work was attacked the com
teaching a country school, at the Muring llmi thej
same time conducting singing classes, j called to order :.•
He was then 17. Subsequently been- The Kluthemi v,
tererl a musical college and after     a passed,  us was
few months Instruction was appointed   bill to > ml Hn
musical    direction nf the institution,   \rhitrntioii net.
He also organised a brass tmnd   and     Debate on thc '
taught the members. tt'as posiponerl ut
Nearly UU his life bus been devoted  ,H,tilUon'
to music,   and he is known   through-       '  ,h" l"'ivntn
out the country as the most effective : ",v m,"j,,H  ""'
singing of sacred music in the service    ''.'' "slj"'1  ">'  lh"
of the church today.   He bus worked    ,   ,.   '""" r'"".1
in conjunction with Mr. Chapman for w     !   Sl"'"' ""
several months, and contributed very ■ JJ" <|""' 7!" n'.,.,!
largely to the success of the evangel
ical campaign that the latter bus con
ducted    in various   cities throughout. "K '
this country. nimH
irking   li
s   could    1,1
iik   i'i
A Growing Friendship
IP S. Hcfnrler ,n H.-velsi
r the npplieuats mid s."
pen|de  are   making   Hit-
In Convention
I'VI).
las
..!:■
t 1
rttic
•   Henry  of  I'nwsia, tho em-
1
'ol ll
ir,   Cliancnllor   Von   Rueluw.
II
iuis
or   \ on   Silmen  and a nmn-
Ml
her
uuiuhui'H of the cabinet  ami
mc
tils
, \i
if the Court.    A  sipiiidmn of
•torui  regimonl   of dragoons
lie
I'lv
K n
dill   o
g   IMwnrd   is  honorary  col-
tun   up   within   the   Station.
nd ol'  Mi- rogl nt   heralded
the Hpecliil  train with inu-
The gayly uniformed troop A served in a similar capacity for Prosidont
Hayes, Garneld  and   McKlnloy     and  |"'1"'
other    PresldentB of Buckeye birth     {*m
and Ool. Webb ('.  Hayes (son or the!1""'
president)     who is making arrange-1 big
ments fur this  year's escort   service lm>
by the troop, expects     to have     150  '"
trnoiiers in line, each mounted upon\"M.
n jet black boi'se.   The innlllitB have   "",l
recently  been   purchased  in  Kentucky \ll1
especially for the occasion. \    r\
Tllffl INAIUM'UAli OHRBMONY     L«hiIwI one
The Inaugural ceremony proper,  iin'"'"'11 ",h,'r
the Hteps of the Capitol, will 1)0 dig■ i "u"'''   '
nltied     and     Impressive and will bel"1" i1"1""
viewed hy fully an.nun spectators. The' l"1"1 Ul" '
official     committee  0n  arrangeinents  'J "ll,,'
for the ceremonies consisting of 3 \vlllinin in
members ol thp Benate and n Blmilar o-vnurirn m
number of cngressmen, hHs been , v l,,,"n" "
busy tor weeks past .consulting prece- ln/j '" " h''
dents and perfecting tho details of ""' ''•l""'
the function tlmt is to take place llnn(l w,lh
under tho shadow 0f the great white »'nit Ing 1
dome. Hy nn odd coincidence senator hvouther wi
Knot, who is to be secretary of state ; ""' I'00!'1
in the Taft cabinet, is chairman of"1" i,nw
this special rommittoe. guests,
The president-elect will lie oseorted     WIH'i" tbu llrailonlmrR gate t|10 Mayor
to the     capital on  Inauguration day   """■     Klrurhner,     and tho 1 rmoii of
b0 the committee of arrangements l**»rHn. tvelcomed iho visiting royaltfen.
and will enter tho senate wing by the Tho mayor delivered » imnriy nddrmw nf
bronze do„r. He will g0 directly to, rr-eiiug to which iting Kdwanl replied
the prealdont's room, were ho will, Hm mayor's dauglttor ihnn prosontnd
remain until the same commltteo (inomt Aloxandrn with » houquot. lh»
waits on him and escorts him to the   I'nrhmr  I'lal/  whom the grootlngs     wnra
senate chamber.   Ho will then occupy nxchnngod    was   oh ratal}    d atod
the seat resemd for him In front    of  »'"' ',V"'*K'' h and garlnnds o   art nclai
the vice prosidcnt'B rlesk. llowors    riio city  was also gml.v  decor
The     procedure  in the ease „f the  nl 1  honor of ihe visitors nnil largo
newly elected vice president will     be crowds gathorod  in  the bolhigged slroots
similar to     that just downrlbcd with  '" « '•', ""■ l»rm Mon to thn pniaco.
the exception nf the fact that ho will j  —	
of course be escorted t() the Vice pro* nilnwa, Pelj. R' Tho nppllcatinn of It,
sldent's room, thero to await the np m, Kdwnrds ol the Calgnr} lOyeojioner to
enlng of the proceedings in the BCUato |ulvc that publication ro-iulmltted to Uio
chamber. tnallii  hits, nftor Hovernl days cnnslilora*
Just before the adjournment. ()f the ntitm,     heon  rofimed liy tho pustmastor-
Contlnued on page 7 g<w»n.i.
Milwaukort, Keh. 10—.*iiilmssadi
Hryce, of Ureal Hritait,. was Ihe guest
of honor and the principal speaker ai
the annual bumpjut of iho morchuuis and
manufuetururs   of   Milwaukee   tonight.
The ambassador paid a glowing tribute
to tho Uudgur stuto for tho iissiHiaucu ii
I',nl nxtonded t" tho stale university,
w1 wonderfully doveloiierl Ihe
agricultural InloroSlS nf Ihe wesl, He
referred in lorms of praise to the t!or-
manic olumont of 1 ho population, 1 (inching upon their loyalty to ihelr adopted
country In lime of war. and to their ov
cellunco   as    citizens in     t linos "i pence,
Finally ho spoke  with  sutisfucti 1   iho
successful treaties between (Ireal ilrllaln
and tho Cnitod stales, which lend m 11-
move any possible friction tiolweon Ihe
two countries.
"II   is n pleasure to mo," he sold ■and
I am sure it ought to be so to all Americans   nnd   lo   all   Canadians,   that       I In-
friendship   lie I. ween   you   nnd   the   | pie of
Canada Ims steadily grown, and Unit
your government and ours have Inlet}
boon aide to t elude three treaties designed to remove possible causes ol dispute between Uio two peoples. Hue of
these provides for the oxuet ileiiinitallnn
of the boundaries between the iwe countries and  another  for salvage operations,
II third for the regulating and developing
of llshorios ill tho great lakes fills hist
is a mutter of the utmost importance i"
all who dwell on the shores nf those inland seas. With proper regulations and
proper methods of fish hatching, not only may iho Industt'} be made much more
prosperous, but   the supply  of cheap and
lo—l.um'i
Including
iho trade, will be
M,.n is the ouicon,
011   1 111'  pari   of  the
reached
IrftlnuH   food   for   Ihe   1 pi"   01 th            uiKieai  < <>„, ■„-,,..„   ,
the      council      as required  by   Ihe  Hchool I H[U,,M  ,„■  ,[„.  |„k,.s  nmv  ]„• nnoriuotlsU   j,,. ' general   and   labnrlng    me
Act,  tho council have determined   to sub-   Pri,nHt,d.    I   |ia\e  also* concluded  a   i'-eil\    w"'"   o'"teriall.\   beneill.
mil      the   bylaw at  the  curliest   possible   nf Rrent  importance for  the  fri-ndly    ar-!     'hl' '",1"'1      l'un' "'  ""'
moment,   namely,   March   4th.   Thn  coun-1 iiltrti*ion      of  all   oticsUoiis   which      mu\ ! ""'   *"'''   ' " ''eciilotl  upoi
oil   trust   the   ratepayers   will   see      tholr   |lProitfter arise  between  the   I'nlted State's   during thn 110M   thn-	
way   clour   to   vntu   In   favor   of   Ihe  bylaw."
On motion of aldormon  llynu and lleo- |H)„i,< and I  have Binned  two oilier treat-   '"''
demon, tho council adjourned until  ll a | \na   „„„ ,-,„. ,1, i,,i,.„,i,„, .,,■  uti,i,i«tl undoubtodl}
in.. Saturday the Kith, nt t> p.m.
I and   the   Hrltisll   uinpil'o.     \ml   n ilhlt
{ Inst   fnu    wcokB sour   late   secretary
' state   ami   I   have Big I   two   oilier   I
1 |os,  onu for  ihe arbitration  of ones
I'd and Kuipcror U'lllium
oilier by repeatedly kissing
the Cheek.    These  greetings
I'ocesHlon  for ihe march  in
1-   at   once   fori I.    At    the
si|uailioii of dragoons and
ng Rilwurd ami Emperor
ii- carriage, with Queen Al-
thn Kinprom and Princess
Kinpuror's daughter, follow-
id  carriage.
if march in the pntare wn*
irgo  crowds   that   had   heon
a l least two hours. The
cold end nipping hut still
stood patiently to witness
;     of     the emperor  and  his
relating to the north Atlantic flshorlc
I ami the oilier regulating the use of wn
tors on the l 011 nrlary  between ihe 1 nlie
: Stales  and      Canada.    The     latter   Is
Under two iiugH that fly over the fore*  matter     of     great   consequence  heenuti
most   nations,   James   Kerwln   is  convlnc-   questions loft   unsettled  oil  this  Ijnundar
Under Two Flags
oil     thai   there is no justice  for him.   A    might   easily   gl
jury   in   .fudge   lluneko's court   yesterday   troverslos and  ■
returnod u verdict finding Hint hu is on-   1 1 made to it
titteil to recover nothing from Foley llro*   feell.v     fair    to
thers, Larson a Co., for work done by   could bo more
him us a subcontractor on the construe*  than to have tl
tlon of Ihe Grand Trunk Pacific railroad
In Hritish Columbia In lOnn,
In roomer to a quoutloii put to httn
by attorney F, (', Hobertsoit ,,s 10 wh>
ho did not sue the defendants in tho Canadian Courts, Korwfn said lie knew h<
could not got justice there. The fitrj
was only out 16 minutes, Kerwln charged that Foley Brother*, Larson A I'n
owed   him  811100,   -Spokesman   Hevlnw,
iry   possllile offo
'"■<>t   I"'
N'olhli
PRESBYTEPI4N   CHURCH
I'THIH'AHY   1 I
Services will bo held as usual at it a
in. and 7,flit, will< special aiilhem In lh,
QVOIling,    S.       10,   Head   nl   ('lesion      wil
preach  at   both mrvlc   tho  priHtor lta\
ing  gone  tn  Creslnn   lo  dfspenHn     com
munlon   there.
rin Wednesday avnnlng a itiouiorlnl iw
vice in honor of Miss Francos Iv tt'lllan
will he held in tllO church at h o'clock
Spoelnl music will be given and a brio
adilrosB of upprecliiiioii by tlie pantnr.
Tberotiferenre   of   local   wnrkors   to
iddor   preparations   for   i1"  comluB   '"•'"■
getiHitc campaign will 1 '  itl  the closr
of    Ihe    lib,IV"       nieeting    in    Kmn    church
All   who  are   willing   to  co-operate   iu   c\
cry church In the city nr 'god lo coun
when  committees will   bo  nppoli '  1""
tk( work  dWutfvftl.
Interest Yourself
If you know of an Item or piece ,,f
news tell us about it. That's what
we want, Hut a newspaper man
Hometimes oxporlencoB more difficulty
in gathering news than one w,,uM
imagin;1. This was the case when n
reporter in a neighboring town, who,
a few' d^ys ago was sent to write a
tire In a residence, doing to the door
he enquired for the lady of tin- hotinc,
Thi? maid suirl she w»h out. "Are
any of the family at home?" Inqulr
ed the scribe. "No, they are nil out,"
was the n*jdy. "Well, wasn't thoro a
tire here last evening?' "Yen," mild
the hired girl, "hut that'll olll  too-"
Neil McCrank
Neil       Med-iink,       Mho   died   at   llavi"-
Lake wnii hoinmnrhage nl Iho lungs was
H0 It I   east   lo   he.   Ion,,,.,    home     IMlllllOgllll
et, Wednesday, Feb,  ton,    \..ii  nmi been
in      and       iimuiltl   Crnnbrool,    Mine       Hie
early      davi      and   alwuys   slayerl   a I    "">
Cannrl   holol    The  ProHpector  ami   ""
host  of frlcmlM  here  wer wry   to  hear
of ihe tlon lh      of  one  nispoeteil  so   much
tiV   (ill
mi then leave v '"l I"''-"" »'li deny     T    thnsr  ,,t us,
I'ho g.nornmoni  ihs    ed       ■   therefore,   who  believe  tbnt    Canada,
ot i,o .is., ih  11,. 1,, a, ivill eoini   tu her own -in as her lar
M   lulrodlieeil,   ,, i il   c nil r     ,,(-'    tlttl'd    1' :     till     ll ghl Bt    etti
HrmvHters    idea     was  ti   oiency  ,n their callin     both .,■  agrl
ii i'\ptoiii>rs to deposii ni        M   t*nUn1    nnd a    citizens,  the quoa
,■„.,,!   ,',,,   m„      ,},       1b.li   "f   the   public    It'hools   I-   .lie       ol
supreme and perennial  Interest.
,|1  'l'''-   ■■■ ■ ' ' v.'beu we recall (be fact  thai lot   *e
!1"!l-v "'''    «ht   ven I -s .a the day, Im  five duyB In
'feriuis  \iii:'-.   \ci -.'   ,(,,' week !,,i' ten niuntlk in tne yeai
out boya and girls are undei  tin- dom
'    .n,it.in:  Inimence "i   tne schools,    we
11   L'nnnol but  he < ■ iti\ Incr tl i h ii a;-   our
''   ^<-h.,-ils arc todaj    in   boya     and
mil, will i.e in the duwn of their
11 ' iiinnhood and w,,m ,nliuu,i i pon tn -
| ideals ol "in tour heiH n,,v. will de
" pend in no Binull nieasurc the prlncl
11 pies ,,i action oi ,, ir Canndlan youtb
" I ten years hence Hitherto we ' have
'• | looked to our schools t,, unlork the
myBterics ,,i chemistry, nf engineer
us ing, ol medicine, ni theology or Jur
'" ! isprudtncc    'lhal   .■ -■ have not looKed
■ ,n vain is proven by the fact that thc
ranks ol 0ur  profesBora an- crowded
■■ \ co overflowing.   Have we ih.t, in view
: ((f the Importance ..I  agriculture     in
, our democracy, a right t,, l0ok to our
''    schools l<d  an Inculcation ol the pun
i   i clplcs ih,,:      .Mil  point  out  the lines
"'along  winch the solution of our ng
i'   riculturnl   problems     may   he looked
k    for?   We deplore the (lux ot our rural
- I populatir n  to  ih.-   larger  ie,wns and
i    cities.   Is  it  possible  that   our coun
try  schools     with  proper equipmrn:
may dn    a men! deal to arousi     i'i
their pupils such an enthusiasm     for
all  iispeets of country  life that      iis
advantages will be seized upon    ;,u I
its doli^his aPPieciated
This in.iy be doii ■ nrst of it 11 Indlr
ectly by opening what Wordsworth
culls th.' pupils inner eye.   Too many
'   ' of   lis   have  eyes,   but   "BCC   Hot.'      The
■ appealing tenderness of dowers goes
i" unheeded, the speech uttered by day
1 remains unheard, an'1 the knowledge
"' j of the nlghl goes undiscovered. 'Ihe
iu tcachor who i.nows his craft cun
" , correct a greal dcul ol this by draw
•" I ing the attmitlon of his pupils tu
'" | what is going on around them. Our
""( literature is rich In the story of what
"' | wise nun hnve seen in country life,
he j Burns --aw romance and tragedy even
in tho wee timorous mouse, the most
insignificant of thc creatures around
is. lie f-'li a strange kinship with
the daisy, and with all phases ,,f veg
otnble and nnlmnl and human life.
All our great p0ets have round in
oiiiitry environment their companion
ship and insplrntl n, Om literature
I abounds in nature stories that go a
long   distnnce   towards   ope  Ing       the
| minds ,,f all   wh ,  rc-ad  th, tu  t(, the
j infinite   Variety   all I   ilt'lidl!    of   runil
life.  All this is a vast treasure upon
' which   a   wise  teacher   may  dl'aW,   and
I ihe judicious use ol which cannot but
|have a wholesome influence upon the
developing mind ol' the pupils. Such
literature, well printed and well illustrated, toget her with stoi'les of
youths an I nun who have adopted
country life in preference to any other till', will have ihe inevitable effect
of bringing th' claims of farm life to
the attention ,,f every scholar
Further the pu >lic school has the
opportunity of d monstrating some
nf the principles which In- at the very
rout of successful farming, it is true
of     course    that   farming  cannot   be
' learned in a day. but it is equally
true 'hit     in agriculture tli1 farmei
I wh,, regards his work us a science is
the ,,iio who  will  escape the niost of
j the heartbreak and reap the fullest
reward of liis lab >r Simple experiments may be carried on in nnr
schools i,. illustrate the effect of sunlight, heal and n o'sture '! h" physical analysis ol soili i- within the
capacity ol the average teachet ant'
will prove a delight to ihe average
pupil Few farnu n nre aware of the
.n. i::, ■,- amount of moisture ui the
sol Still :•■ <■: ,,:, owarr ol the
ami unt - evaj oi at< ■'■ \ ■■ ei > simple
nppm .-ia- 'a ill lllusti ate thc differ
ni',' in rapidlt) ■■: i vnpoi'atlon be
'■.'..!, :i- tIghl 1} compacted and
oil d ■-'■led mitb .ir, adequate earth
mulch Similar experiments will
make cleui the effect m drn'n ige.
■ lotnpaiul I -1} fi « have evei taken
i he pain ■ tn ii; • til ite 'be exti nt ot
I■. :.ii.' \ tern •■'. om \arii n dom
estlc grain and *""( crops Vet it
is upon i ii-- m Vt\i ■ a- systems ' ha'
plant -     live, and upon a iu iw
rtual indusfr
oh   ha.-
11i<-
ll!l
Hie
sinml
Ihe    I
r vortln ■
llllllbermeii   nf   i be   in
oi   Ihe   I' h   i-oiisi
A Correction
.  ■> i  •""   mlve il i' :-  mui
•t..,i   will]   II,.•     ,il,'   fill    ibe   i      ,
■ Uvo    Um
vlleci   mi   lb.'   ni-'ii
'  ndjiistn    ill
ih,'     I'm   i i
i,   in   thai    nn
rue   a<    a   vii
nsiirniice     lofi
tni,     ii i I      t.i        ledge of how   t,, promote their Inch
'.i.i.i,.,.-     i'. i   -■! elllrfen \ depend)  the farmer's sue
we   Wish   i ■■ i [ GOBI    in   then    cilltlim     That   such       a
■ din   nu Um i    i oi ih,..- ledge may be obtainc I hns bem
i" i ,y ihat     ihr» demonstrated     ovei   and ./.or again
in ilnii 1.1..,.i -.'ti ... The     b(j)   with Bninc Bclentillc 'now
•nnHldor.itinn or     11..- ledge oi how  plnnts grow  v^ill  be al
unbr    t'otiperaii i an     Immrnso advantage when he ho
li     I -.   :.'.    i   ■      gill)    Iii   laiai  i.ii   !:!■   .'.ui   account
'''"";'"'"'   ■","',,i" i > -ii,,,, ii,,.,,, ih the furthei  necessary
l' [Ml Ul ',', ,,.. ,,',,'    knowledge to i i turned nn t,.   tli ■
ii'iii   ..     .., i, ,■■.,.-■, be; i mcth, di  ..I re h tin    tho destrue-
■■ '<•   ■ ■ " ■" rive procosscs going on mi the farm..
11 Fences and buildings and Implements
,.,,'   |,    iM,     ale r-oiil inuall>   weaniir out   oi   docny
on.-.'. .a  nnj   oi   iiw   mr      Fi wreally  iiii-lerstand  tin- cans
■   I- of Hn      prot'OHH    The boys Bh0uld
be i ncouragod to Btudy the grains ot
dlfforenl woods, and lend to see their
capacity     for     holding ,,r absorbing
Continued on puge 7
m IrHj
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ft    I'nch 'I UK   I'KOSWSCTOR   ORANBROOK,   B,   (..   FEBRUARY   I;
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Special Sale of Books
at the Cranbrook Drug and  Book
Company,     Limited,     the
Next Seven Days.
METHODIST CHURCH
FKIIIII'AIIV   111 I
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♦ Today,   all    through  the  province,
X   "ill be eihaerved ax  Jubilee   Suneleiv
♦ ol llritleh Columbia  Methodism,     50
years ago ihis month the hrsi mis
• u.ii.iilea under thc auspice* ,,i tins
eluirch, arrived In tins province, >,n,-
ul whom is still living, Uov, Hi   bib
CANADA'S   GREA1
1>V\(.IK
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The I Inmilton Spectator drawn    ,
tentioa to ,,!,,■ ,,i  the ilnlmfiH     tliul *
meutece Canada    Whsu    ihe     .,,,,1,1 ♦
mnkci   ,,,.,,,|„',i   mil   the  alaU ,,i   Hi, *
pai'tlcuhei   i'i.in,,    ii     ,\  ,  .,,,,! i|ii>« ♦
J enezci   Hobson    The     atoiy will     be I tho   illusion  line*  which  "m
* told bj  thc pastor on Suiiiluj  ninlil    ...,1,1. tu   1,1111 the bo ni'li
{ !l"»   H arlj  pioneers planted     thc  tioiis   anil   ,1  down lln   diet,
* Kospel 111 thle Ian.I. ,,11,1 .,1 ih,  Inn,I   each    11.1,1,,11     .v..,. in    i,.|, upon 11
♦ lllps     which the)  encouutercel      Ulel    ■, , . cvclucnl    ll
,. Mothoilisl   hymn     ivill   appiopilntoly   ccrj   ovielcnt Ihui I    1   1 ... ,
♦ be        ,,!    I'lonecra and veterans    11,    I mcel fnl      I       1  11  ninl
J , ,i  , bai  lmn 11
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CRANBROOK    DRUG
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HOOK    CO.,   LTD.
LOTS     OF     FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
Orders  '1 Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by  Phone, 45.
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J                         tin   Mi V'enlci                             liovetumcul has worn                                                                                            '             	
♦ ti. be ui i    iicmi
X   :.," -                I.,  which     n.iii.ii,.-.
* VI,             :  tl,,   tl '    Mit,,  .ir,' ,,,i,::. t,.i  litii-e  been  parnelcel    he   X
J   wish                i i                             \ii.l .ii; ,,,  this is t,.   ♦
* ■■>•■'•   >,,' ' i'i                           national advantage   The   X
♦ .end  theii Mi    dangei     place has been marked ,,ui    ♦
Fresh   nnd Salted Meats,
Fish  niul   Poultry   in  season.
r Mr.   tl an ■ . Id
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t The UP=TO-DATE   DRUGGISTS!       baptist church
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ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE
CALGARY, ALTA
We  have the line-l
IL
Cooked HAM
you ever tried.     Tor Lunches,
Picnics, Camping etc., it is delicious.
SI   • :- i -    ai    ' .
evening -• i   i
-■ ■       Vn    answ<;   t,- the ques-
n  When        ' ■-..■■
.      ... ..    !    .
The     Baraca    class [or young men
the   PhUathea  class  tor  ynunt:
•■omen meets     in thi  ch iron at :i p.
\.. young men an 1 women   who
n '   ittend any other class at tlmt
.:   ,,.'<'    heartily Invited    \isitors
- :  -     sc  who have  recently arrived
:    ■   ■     .-;.       :,.;'.\  find   :n  the  H;ir.tc.i>
: .   ;  . latheas tin ml.-  who will     do
hem good.   Come to all our services
.ml have the jny "f lookinc back up-
i hlst0ry burn the
n... And we, c0m
im; tut,, oui ii tt ii'ii.ti existi net' now,
ana profitinn bj tho mistakes ol our
predecessors, have tin- chance of be
bbath coming the nation paramount In ex-
■   pellence of private mn^ls and    public
Kovernment
Hut the temptation is not less ^rc-nt
than the chance. Nothing is more
needed in On- siiceessfu! utilisation of
our great chance than tho absolute
unity ui Canadian interest. Division
i'i all sort is deadly. Solidarity can
alone bring success. The work
be done only by our walking tog
and thinking together as the united
units whose sum total is failed fan ,
ada.   Unity   is  the  essential  element   X
NORTH     STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
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H.    W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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•It en n •
together ?
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P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
Head Otttca,
Culu'iiry, Alberto
Muin Ottice for East. Kootenay,
Oranbrook, B. C.
The
nity   is  the   essential  element
without which nothing worth the do ♦
ing can possibly be dune. X
bbath   well and profitably 1    A uliint.f, ;lt Uu> geography „•■ Cnnn. 4
■da reveals the danger to every clear J
eyed citizen.   Our country, so far as ♦
its population is concerned, is a long i
f the Baptist thurch |nhd   narrow  strip,   with  the  various X
pr0vincea separated by space and sen ♦
I Pound!
The Philathea Class
CONTRACTORS
■lh INK 111 IM)  HON SO."
I 'bins, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
have organised a Philathea Class to
correspond with the Baraca class form
ed by thc gentlemen. This cVnss is
mil a denominational one, so nil ladies of  thc City   iespeci.,lly   those    who
do not  attend any Sttoday     Schooll
are invited to Collie to uiir Sahhath
afternoon class at three o'clock In
the Baptist church, our desire is to
gel ;. i many members as possible to
join us in the diligent search oi the
scriptures.
Into our work we will introduce a
social element. We will unite with
our "brother class" and give a social
evening frequently, when wo will endeavor to give you all a hearty hand
shale, a hearty welcome anil a dainty repast.
In order that all may understand
the nature of the class, we invite you
to meet with us Sabbath afternoon
at i o'clock In the church; also on
Tuesday evening, February 23rd, at
S o'clock, to which we. will invite u8
many as possible by special InVltn-
Uoii.
Yn'its in  behalf  of the class,
K. TAYLOR,
President.
Special News of Bovril Ltd.
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# #    Kngluud, that  Bovril,  Ltd., the larg-
* -w-w — «—*. t est and most widely known manufacturers oi concentrated beef propnrn
tions in tin   world has acquired con-
4    tinl .,i iurge esiates iii the Argentine
♦    Republic
1 Ham and Bacon!
I hi I'  mimkl-'ll   llledll «   lll'l -    '   • -i,    -'■ ■'           \V,
ill'.'  sure   thill                          I ■ '       unci    S'i'il    '       iltri'e'i
-       ii I .■  • i • i •    llitvi -. ,i   uiul    luti^
'.:    mi ■ ,' - ...       . ;il,.i,
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'I'll,, ri'11,,1'1 further Btivtoa tlinl 11
company bus been lormcd under the
iii.ni,' ,,i "The Argentine Kstatos   ul
|P.Woods6cCo.|
♦ PHONE 57 P.O. BOX 154 ♦
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* li,,Mil, IM.." with <i cnpltnl ul }3,-
* 105,000. (700,000 pounds Htcrllnjr.J The.
* proepcctiiti Informe us thnt  tin1 com-
pniiv is    uiuitnisi',1 iii order to eiiini-
tPATMORE   BROS
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♦ I-
ii unleilllnK Boiirco nmi to on-
i ample Btippty ,i( highly bred
or use in tin- manufacture uf
ell    liiitwn hi'i'l  preparation :
um    un good authority thnt
inii',. nn- timongBt tin- llni-nt
itrounda  lo  tho World,   com-
1118,082     acres with  100,000
iiuiin-,1 rnttli-, and two largo
llttnil   with  nil   lln   l;,l,".l   ,|i
lui  ih,, preparation of the
ii-iml used  in tin- limn.ifiii'liirr
Heating   and   Plumbing t
Engineers ,      . ♦
OUR    AIM    I.  iu  -u,
nl     lull   uilh   Ihe   I,'
K VMIlll.   Ill    III.-   It'll
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I'lll'J ill'" ll„',lli,',,'l I. .11.-1,1.,-    .,,.,    ■      , III,   lmn	
nn ii,li i uliiii, .I,,,- more fur ii,,   'lii'i'i >■ il   .'iliiifiiln,
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,,1   llovrll
li i, hull,,'! .inii'tl ihni Hie parent
company llleivrll, Ltd.,) linn engaged
iu inl i', .ii. ti minimum i|iiuntlty ltd,
  Iiend ,.i entile annually   This    in
i,,  Hi''   l"H: ipiilloB
r Hum  Un' linn I   ,,,|
- -,|   Hint   tin:,   iiillii
itci  will he i'tfni iv  incronflod a   ilie
ri-sunitrs ,,l  the new i uiii|ina\  are do*
vol ',1
This notation promises to I nr ul
the lilunt BacccBBful pi'iiliinlliilit. ui the
! ;::::"v
tlmt-nt. We arc a long line, stretch +
ing from Atlantic to Pacific, and at ♦
many points we are not, yet within T
speaking distance ot the next man. ♦
The hrovinces vary widely io their T
characteristics, which do not tend t.> ♦
grow less pronounced ns the time i>as ^
ses. Thc influx at thc present time 4
of many Americans from thc states ♦
into the western provinces will devel -
op even more this tendency.
The result of this scattering of po
pulatioii is very manifesto There \a
little bond of union between the Nnva
Scotlan and thc Ontario citizen, To
the average man in Ottawa England
seems not more distant than Halifax +
or Vnncoiiver. The distant provinces ♦
are cloaked with an unreality that J
conceals their re.,1 character and prevents much real sentiment of fellow-
feeling. To the average Mnnitoban
farmer, hailing from Minnesota 01
southern Ontario, Quebec seems to he
a bit of the old French world, dropped down in Canada and still living
the old life in the ,,M way. And British Columbia might be engulfed by
a tidal wave without the fact making 1 ^
any definite change iu the actual con '
sriousneHK of eastern Canada.
Hence tlie temptation towards iso
lation must  he fought  In the utmost
fought as nan light tin drowsiness
of dentil in the paralyzing chill of the
western winter. We musl make our
selves familiar with the lull lad.-, and
derive from thorn ll degree 0f synipu
thotlc feeling thai will eunhle us to
stand together. Prejudice, arising
from any cause whatsoever, must be
regarded as nothing short ,,] (reason.
We must think west and oaHt, and he
bounded on either Bide hy nothing
short of salt   water. We ,,t     Canada
ale  ,,Ue,   all 1   ,,n   that   day   when      We
forget it ihe great chance will have
passed in our yielding to groni temp
talitiu,
News of Great Value
It does not pay to advertise say
some merchants who have clolio but
little ui it and that without keeping
il. up. The incident ot the h,,y Hm1
pump illustrates the matter very woll
The hoy Was seal after a pail of wa
tor. Me poured in ihe priming and
Poured oui as much as Iu poured m.
Then he stopped to rem m\ the
priming ran down Alter notlin tunc
ut alternate pumping and resl lug he
concluded M did nol pay in pump and
quit in (lingual Tin mni'cliniil
doOH not believe in advertising     d
it   111(0   the  hi,y   "ll"  did  the ptlinpiiii',
He  adveflined   a   tew   wecl^t  then  slop     4
pe.l a     while and allowed tlio people ♦
to lot'v.cl  him Mini  his business hefore J
lie advertlsiil  again nnd then colicllld ♦
ed advertising didn't pay.
()n Baker Street, one door west
of Alessrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Repairing  and  Piess'ut:        Dyeing lend  Cleaning.
C.   FARRANT
Successor to L. Cohn
CranbrooK's Up-to-date Toiler,
ARMSTRONG   AVE. CRANBROOK,   B.C.
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John   LEASK
The most fushionuble and
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR,
Cranbrook b.c
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mi     T
Rubber Dollar   Store
C, W. VanWOKMKR, I'lloi'iMBTOU
HANSON AVENUE      •      •      CHANBKOOK. H.C.
Wc Buy Everything
IIOIi.SES, STOVES, now unci second tiiiml FUBNI-
TURI8,   CUOCKFiRY   and   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what wei have In stock at prices that
will surpi'lsu yon, A visit to iho Dulliii' storo will con.
\i in-., you that wo havo the goods, and can save you
IH'l.y per cout on any goods pui'chasod.
Wc Buy and Sell For Cash
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CINDERALLA   BOOTS   FOR   LADIES
Spring and  Summer Styles just  in.
No old stock here.
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HILL & COMPANY
Cranbrook's        Greatest        Store.
The well dressed man wears 20th Century Clothing;.
We are the Agents for this Celebrated Brand of Clothing.
We can supply you with a suit from $18.00 to $35.00.
We have the very latest styles in Overcoats from $18.00 to $35.00
"QUALITY
"QJJALITY"
Close time extended
NO TROUT PISHING   UNTIL   MAY
1ST THIS  YKAK
As a result of the chnnpea made in
the rupulntioiiK by tlie Dominion government last year, the season for
trout Hahlng in the waters of Oknnn
gaa and Kootenay districts does not
open until Mny I this year instead nf
March 25 as in former years. This is
something that will bo well for Hn'
disciples 0f Isaac Walton to remem
her that there is n heavy fine provided for infractions or this law. There
art; also other clmnges which it will
be well tn bear in mind. Among
these are the provisions that no
trout weighing Less than three pounds
may be offered for sale and thnt n i
trout under eight in::hes in length
may be captured.
The clause of the regulations dealing with the close season reads as
follows:
■'The taking nf truiit ,,)' all kinds
is prohibited from the 15th November to 25th March following, excepting in the waters of the interior of
of British Columbia, east ol parallel
120 west longitude, win re the taking
of ti'oUt of all kinds from L6th November till 1st May following is prohibited." ',
The clauses dealing with the sHle i
of trout and the size Hint may bo:
caught, are as follows;
"No trout under eight inches in
length may  be takrn ill  Hn-  waters,,)
British Columbia and if taken shall
be returned to the Water alive."
"No trout under three pounds In
weight shall be bought s0ld of ox
Posed f„r sale jj, tin- province nt hn
tlsli Columbia."
No change in Lemieux Act
HON. LHMIEUX HAYS O.P.R, MIC
THANK'S WKUK ONLY (INKS Tn
ORITIOISB.
Ottawa. I'Vh. li During the discus
aion ()f the labor department est no
atcn today, A. I). Monk asked whoth
er the government hail received any
requests for nn ntv ninienf to the I J1
mioux ncl.
Hon Lcmletm replied thai the only
serious criticism came from tlie r r
It.   machinists,   who desire  tl :l
amended bo Hint if the company dn
sired to enforce a reduction of wages
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We are offering exceptional bargains in the following seasonable goods.
Boys heavy underwear from 70c. per suit.
Boys Sweaters from 65 cents.
A few little Boys' Suits at prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00
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Cranbrook Cigar Store
J.   D.   CAMERON,   PROPRIETOR.
Barber Shop,   Pool and  Billiard Room
The place to spend your winter evenings
The best Stock of Cijrars, and Tobaccos,
Pipes and Smokers Sundries   in town
LOOK  FOR THE DRAWING NEXT
WEEK
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KEEP      Villi:      RYE     nN      THE  THR     PRllSPRCTOR     IS     I'I' TO
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•  PROOREHSINCS, US A TRIAL.
GEM CAFE
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Lunch Counter
Slaght & Brogan, Prop's
Meals   At   All   Hours,   Day   and   Night
We Serve The  Best Tl)e Market
Can Produce
GIVE   US   A   TRIfIL
THE   ONLY
WHITE   RESTAURANT
in   Cranbrook
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THE   PROSPECTOR,   OHANHROOK,   R   C,    PEUUCAU ,*    I.!
*   Professional
I1AKVH>     McCARTEK,
wn   M \i DON \LP.
Uni'i isli'i - iinel Seille'iloi's,
e.'U.\.\'l!l!()OK,   H.C
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Harrisli'i',   Seilicileil.  i>tr .
CUA.VUKOOK,   R.C
C.   II.   I'I S'BAR,
Um sh'r,   Siilieitui
Knlui'v I'lil'lii'.
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lliirrisli'i-. Sulii'tnr, nnil
Solnr.v 1'iihlie
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Mining ICnj-'iiipet' nmi
H.C.  I.ninl  Snrvnyor.
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The Farmer's Wife
Is very careful about her ,'liurn. She
scalds ii iheiruiuilili alter u>inir, and iru,.*
ll ;i .mi lull. In sweeten it. Slip knows
thai if her churn i. sour il will tulitt the
butterthat i- made in ii. .Th,- st uch is
a i-hiirn. in lln* stoniaell anel digestive
ami imiritiv,' tracts nro perleirmed pro-
cesses ttiii.ii are almost exactly like the
churning ol butter. Is it not apparent
then time if thi* suminrh-e'liurn Is foul It
muses foul nil which Is put Into ii ?
The evil t>f :e foul stomach Is not alone
tho hail tasto in the in h and the foul
breath enured by it. but ihe corruption of
the pure current of hi"..I and the dissent.
Inatlon of disease tbrouitli ml the body.
It. Pierce's  Ion Medical  Discovery
makes thesour and foul stomach sweet
[tdoesfort ■ -' ech « hat lie' washing
and sun !.;ith dn for thecl un I - utoij
r moves".. ■ t or    ■ ■  ; ■   .    ■■
tu, ut    In tills   ■ ..   i '   res
pi     ... eru
> ires,   or   op-'li    I'lltlllll    I ||,      ,
 -:..,.,.  r ■    •'- in bad I I,
I IV, ,.'■     ii
. . ir mouth, coated t<
ire we-ak ami essed
■ o uluches,
rati ton
i
r bitter risiiui ,■
i
i     number of Lyon are
,er with .
lyspeeisU ii
<ftl?c |tro*;pectca\
A. H. Oivk e,
IU1HUISII1.I!    ami   r.ni'i i »i;
A coiisidc nihil'     peri'ciutmv    o< "u-
.m i-leu it ii i;ii      Intuit)  in  tin-  K oo ten ft y
Vtlllcj     nenls     n ,     [| rigtll inl      i ' Ufl
bench     land thei e is ub imluni   ■■ nl bi
withiu fetich, bul settlers ir the   fit
jdtys.     Men should
£ii|    l,nk  lor this
vB5 '
^SHOr     Che w i n R
1 obacco.    ll
guarantees ihe high quality ol
Black Watch
The Kiy Black Plug.
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tewart sj :
The Leading Fruit Store f  The   Palm  I
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:( lioii i    I al int; Apples
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SOUTHERN   SP,
liOLDRN    Rl
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IMlOlie    111
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■ ■ ipiI  in Hntni   nl   i hi   n "i'   '■■■ iciil Inl
Mtirj 'u district, wh„ tiiive (avn     Mut
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I    ■    m n      i       ^alt) im
f« ■tl i i       ,
u hi     ute n  mi i v m hartt
■a ithoul     i ten
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STH \\VHKUH>    PIPPIN
ll\ed      (til limit:
\   th   '"■■    I" ivtlORt
[till       ■i.in.    then
.   v ii itlnu  the w i hen   il   m nmh
....-.,                              ■ publii   ni.iii uii I   i
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er    to                                        ■ -," I ■ ■  '                         v  Vtlln   will
i>l   if  tht   urn f time rea '   ,h"11'  ll  ""'    ,m    lluh
ise from the land thc     •   ' ''   ■'   '"''""   l"|l,,M   i»o»tinK   pmjyu
■ .,■,,. ii     b<      accepted  an nil  IndU'nl Ion
*   • rti s        -'' feaonl it   loi tifter   all it
■-'"•J   :■ tl    tu (ample with the
•IKU AIM'S    PINK
t'llOCOLATRS
Uuj;h Stewart
PHONIC   7.".
by  the B   L'   neivommcnl  bu
Edison Theatre
l'i;isri e\  Hutchison
SOI.K  I'Hlll'RlBTOltB.
MOVING   PICTURES
and
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
:.;tit-; nl   a   11 ,v  people
rhat this Is absolutely true
iread ■.:-■-en toyi irsai sfactlon
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to Dr. K. v "   ■                  N   Y„ for a
J :•.    ■ tsff, ;■■
th>- *tai ■•.-'. ng
the I .   ■,-. - ■ j
Into g
-' ■ medical n an
Df the agi ...■:!.
he best in Cranbrook
Rigs in Cranbrook       Utt,e   p'icture   Parlor
that inns continuously
TOWERS FISH BRAND
WATERPROOF
-•V%    OILED
^'GARMENTS
are cut en larqe
/   patterns-designed
to give tne wearer
the utmost comfort
LICriT-DURABU ClUH
C^^RPROOf
seme mtumr wmk
l"Km»       ■ ■■■ ">tr«      There him been  e.utcsl   In com
:,;""1""   " "  "'  ' !" '""■•' .» Atliii I". three termn ,„,i tor thai   Tile   Most   lln - to •• ehitp
thi   K,   tene          troetl   tnerc ulmosi ,.,,,„.„   ,|oW the vorellct ol the elect                 I'lOSI    Up     to •• tUlte
over)                                                   , te vvlll be   iwiili',1 wilii .ii-iMi mh'i
a mi       then   contain enormous char ^t    t[ n.,,| ,lu.ulsh s m(, .,,,.,.    . .,.,
'   "          "      :"  ''■ ;    '                  ,;;" political  ntnnellnB   of thc n iwt'i'ui, n
■  ■         ' iuu      but   possibly t be i n ■ „.,
•■■■'"-■  Klk■ ' Ti,;,t Mi   Uanaon will win is gener    HANDLEY
■     '     ■   neither Ml     [llv   ,.||luvll,,cl     „U(1 its to be hopoel —  ■
■'•   » » Ses< that tl,,  verellct     will be sufflcientlj                       QT A "RT ."RR
■   '      "'""'                   ts   '":"1'11 convincing   so   ns   to   prove  thnt tin                                  "^
"!l"'; '" *J" People of that riettaB are « unit with (|. BELAXGEE. Proprietor. d»K C\r\    nAQTT
rlif people ol live other constituencies
I In   demanding Huin the Ottawa g0v -,,
.    , some* talk of mo  ine      ir    '■,'"""-'"1 '"if tivatmcit in nil mutters
the   appertaining to our wclfnro as a pro-  TearnS   nnc\   c|
South .A n Oranbrook. ;vl"cc    ■""'    as a people    Kumloops|       ,
• • ■ standard. nishecl tor every point
express     mpanies are not • . • ■
..;;-,     , get     a K00TBNAYEA8T AND WEST m    the    District
f fruit fn ::. Seattli
AND
rives fur $3.00aMONTH
Good Discount For Cash
Winnipeg;, j    Kootenny district, or "The Kooten-  ,	
ays" forms the south eastern portion li i   r\   *.      r c*   *   \
oi    British     Oolumbm     west of the HaV   iUKi   0iltS   tor   Stlle.
,.   ,,    , *   •   • ,   I Rocky mountains, nntl is drained   by
Sir Frederick      M(1rilcn favors     the >  , , , ,  ,.
thc     tOltunbi-i and  Kootenay rivers. ... ,  ,,
granting     ol the |und bounty to the   [fiflgt Koot contains a  large   ex- Phone !l0'     0atl  lls ;"  an>'   t,me!
siMPir
STRONG
Imperial   soldiei
iu Canada.
That puts n up tn Frank Ollv
has control of the land.
vho '
tent of    agricultural land, much    of
von need a  rie
which     requires     irrigation, but tlu-
land is well timbered and lumbering
nbrook is a divisional point    of]'8' nex' to    mlnlng. the principal in-:
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the Crow's Nest railway, is pleasantly situated in the fertile valley which
lies between thc Selkirk and Rocky
mountains. It is the principal lum-
bering point In Kasl Kootenay, its
sawmills liiivin.- a capacity of 160,000
dustry.   There are Considerable area
of fertile land in west Kootenay and   ....
,i good ileal of it is being utilised f„r   We Drill 111 Kvrivtliillt; From
fruit growing. The fame of the Kootenay mines is world-wide, the mountains being rich in gold, silver, cop
;i Ni'i'dlr tn ;i Locomotive
CRANBROOK   AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Men I livel',1   Krlllilj III « p.ll,
\i,i'iu'.'   Ilriiuiurs   Ciirelliill)    Invited
|,\   w    iieves,   W. President
Win       Aiuii'i's.'li.      Seerelury.
Aerie, I'llysii'iilll, I'. I). Iln.v -"-.
T       Wo ask yon to cnll nnd try    J
X    niii new Consignment of new   *
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BUVF.K  OF   FURS
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JKi,cl<5 Mountain Chapter | f0'"a/,"^^r;,!?cV7rsSUThcrdeb)israne
^             M,.    ,.,.    .,    .    ., !• expense—no obligation whatever.
.             Mi.   li).   I.. ,\. .M. -. rir. Slioon U conihining Oil of Eucalyptus,
3                                              ;: Thymol. Mcnlliok Oil of Wintergrccn. etc.,
i      l.i'iiiiliir ii ting's:   JIKI J.tics- 5: and is incorporating these ingredients inlo
3   He.v   iii   t'lii'l ill)   ill  clg-hl ■■ i,  pure,  snow-white  cremn-likc   Imnoried
leet   per  day.   The  city  is  very   pros-   Per,  lead and  the eastern valleys un I0SFPH      II        Mf I FAN
per,,us and progressive, and  lias     a dcrlald with coal and petroleum. Depopulation   ol about 3,000, is lighted  tisb Columbia mining lias reached its DFAI.KK   IN
by electricity,    and has an uptodate highest development In Kootenny and   A„ kinds of Secoild-Hailtl Goods
water system.                                        ns     n consequence,  many prosperous        ., Dnuniiime
...                    .     I cities „nd towns have been establish          I'mml lliv   a   SPh( U A LT ■
Tho   sportsmnn will find a greater Ud,   The    development ,,f thc Crow's
variety of lisll ail 1 gnme in Bast Koo-j Nest c0nl liclds and the activity     in
iinay iliaii In any other part of North metalliferous mining has caused a ra-  ,,	
America.   In the Sclkirks nnd Rnckies pia increase in Population, especially  Stl"'t)'s Old   Stand.   Hanson Ave
their arc bigl)0rii sheep, goats, Carl-  in Must     K0otcnny, where it is esti-
lii.ii and deer.   Grizzly hears are   ' t„  mated to have doubled since 1901.
be found in numbers in tin  valleys or,	
,    ,                         ,    „,,                  i      oiiK.vr viiiiTMK IN   inn 11 \
the bead  waters ol tho Elk  river anil 	
its tributaries.   Thc     lisbinc  of Must     V.
Kootenay    is    remarkably good and 1"'11
be found in tin  rivers and streams ol
lew realise the quantities of trout  to
this district.
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Hie   Miiiiltiilm   leg
l\ IN    iu,i.  I.i,
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.   I-Vli    in - 111.-
Mil.
lll'l-
1,1,1
SILENT OmcesBm%meSmSt
ALSO SECOND HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE CHEAP AND TO
RUNT.
GEO. P. POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue.
Phono li',". Crania k. H.C.
,1m
.   Hill   t"  I
il-ll ,,,11 ,"
71.    i'cseertli
I'eehles   pren
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•iliall.v in-, it,-,i.
II    I..   lill'PIIWKI.I.,
S: Catarrh Rci
i lasting reiki
Si   throat. That
Or    Snoop's
of the nose and
: test ii free, these
'' !'"   S:   au'i thus full) demonstrate, beyond doubt,
;5 f   the value of ■';- combination.
:•       Hew   1       ,'IMMlll C II. C.       £    u   Catarrh   has   exKnded   down   In   tlie
-%i.iiiiui..iiii.i.i.in.....ii.................eV^    stomach   or    lowels.   ttecn      i ins
t"......i      o     Restorative mu l   ilso be u ed internally
if  .1   ' omplete   cur,   i-.   "    ' -   <".' i rteil.
 Olherwise    Hie     Dr.     SI    n's    i itarrh
  '    Rcmedv will alone !>(■ entirely sufficient.
Write ! ir, Siioop  R icii ■   Wis   for ...   pie
ANCIENT ORDER .FORESTERS   ,: : ... i.-i,     '   ! "'■
nil'IIT CRANBROOK, !'J4a
Meets In Carmen's Hull 2nd and   Ith
Thursilny ol each month at s p m
sharp
v    M'l'.'Aiii   Chid   Ranger
,    .\   Abbott,   Secretary.
,       I   Xn. li;„r Women
No. 3 Ou Uio K ri   I   Ko, 0 Un liheunutlia.
BEflTTIE &  ATCHISON.
Apart from the railway company's
land there Is considerable government
land ol n desirable quality nf soil tu
be found In Hast Kootenay.
British Columbia fruit, is preferred
above all others in the markets of
thr middle west, nnd in England,
where it communds profitable prices.
The fruit Industry of tho district is
in its Infancy, but the results so far
secured are convincing as to its future Importance. The actual cxper
lence of many fruit growers is highly
satisfactory t«, them and a tempta
tlon to every Intending settler who
visits tho Crnnbrook district.
I'u.MnX ATI.IN.
.\nii:s  \i"ii:i;  \ c; mik
l.a h*   llmOfi'j
■•   rnuihmok   l.w
n(  ih,. .'iul.     l-'enii.'  ti."- Pn-fl
Mi  IH\ I11KX11  Wil.I.   HI'  I'M
irnlim      Uiey ilpfuutotll
il   ivefe ilefeiite'il   in  Um afler-
llidiiiir pntv1nti< lairlers hy '
It.'Mi   nmtt'lii'.H   were   six   rink
MKAI'KH IMlHTACM
'.■I..    Ill   -A.lilii'ssini,   ih,.   (imi
In  duimlii
111.-   IIUllllHll
ChiiiiiIm.    uhirli    |<i
4l>    wi'iv   tutully
ilie heavy puMl-
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In1
Get a  copy ot
(it,   ■   '.'.    •   Lif,   Assuriini i
Company's
PAMPHLET
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II, iTI'll II  " Hi'  :   "!
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ILL   CULLS  HIOHT A Dl^ PROMPTLY lTT6HOen TC
OFFICE   At    MCKINSTRVS    LIVERY   BARN
I    l: ANi'.l.'l " ll\.    li I '
\l THAI. KESDI.TH TO l''i|.li'V
llul.lil'-.i:.-
I'Klil J  VV.  S\\ \IN
DISTUICT  A.RKST
Crnnbrook, li   ' \tn   Hoi     ivc
w. u. in-.wn
I iiiloi'takeu',
Kinlii -.
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rllANISUOOK,  H.C
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
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CtiKl mid SIikiIi KslimitlRS
Kiiniishcil l Iprm Applit'H
r.O. Box 834,
Wc hear nil aorta ol thineis those
daya nli,ait Oomox Atlin, bill nui,
that tlir campiitffn lias been irueugiir
nteel   eve  should  dlvorl   .,111  intention L , llH
from these minor matters t0   Borne- j niinvits uu,
tlniiL' iii,,ii' practical,
il,,i, Win. Ti'in|ili.|iian is seeking
I..''in tlon nnd In- is opposed by Mich
,n'1 Man  ,( Albornl    Thr bnBlc up
peal ol the irnvcrnment candidate of
lln- Knvernmonl Is thai II the pr,,
viiui' hopes In ri'tain cabinet ropre-
aontntlon thoy must oloot him,     but
their     i id In- a loftlor ideal than
Hint  on  wliii'li  I,, liahi- all appeal.
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known men in '',,mux Atlin He- Is
iiiii-ii.i-l.i     Poptilar    and rocs t,, tli,.
I. lo '.Mill n   iplendld re 'il ns     n
private' citizen
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i, man wh,, iii inn i-ilIy lllli'd to lire
sonl their clnlms.   This Is an iinp,,ii
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Cranbrook
Trading Co.
Phone 183.
We are still handling
LODGING TRUCKS
FLOUR and PEED
VEHICLES, IMPLEMENTS
Agents for tlie Famous
MAYERS STOCK FOODS
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
ltilhber Tires Applied
'I'll  Bllggy  Wheels
Atil'INTH    KOU    CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR GO'S BICYCLES
Repairing ;i Specialty.
Phone i.O      «••      p. i),  b0x 213,
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLIOITHD,
HOUSES
|,\,r   Sale or Rent nt. Reasonable
Prices.
(lllicceN- Workshop—Lewis St.
I 'lu.ni- No. 'IK THE   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBROOK,   B.   C.   FEBRUARY   IS,   I'JOH.
Pugc
FIRE!  FIRE! FIRE!
Februarv 10th  to February 20th
Failing to arrive at a satisfactory settlement of the immense loss caused by the recent fire, J
The   Domestic   Underwriters Association  of Canada   have placed  the entire Stock of the
Cranbrook   Co-operative   Stores
in  lln-  hands ,,l  th„ I    TNTFRNATIOWAI
INTERNATIONAL
Assignment & Collection Co.
With instructions to sell it out at such prices as will cover the Insurance.
We, the International Assignment and Collection Co. have agreed to raise that amount of money from this stock, and as our contract places no restraint nn us with regard to inn e,
we will get the cash if the lowest prices British Columbia ever saw will do it.
Free Excursions on all Railroads
We will pay R. R. fare both ways if the sum ol your purchase in dollars equals the number of miles you have come.      Buy n coupon return ticket, preseni   the  return  coupon  al
the Cashier's desk when you make your purchases and your fare will be returned tn you.
ABSOLUTELY  CASH, AND YOUR MONEY BACK  IF YOUR'E  NOT SATISFIED
As we have contracted to raise the amount of insurance.    We Must Have Cash For Everything That Goes Out ; but we will exchange any ami all Goods at am time during the
sale : or if lor any reason whatever you are not satisfied with your purchase Return The Goods And We Will Refund  The Money.
These prices are for First-Class goods not damaged by Fire.
Ladies' Shoes
1 75 SHOES FOR ONLY A PBW DAYS	
2.00 SHOKS FOR ONLY A FKW DAYS 	
2 50 SHOWS FOE ONLY A FKW DAYS 	
J 00 SHOKS FOR ONLY A FKW DAYS 	
3.60 SHOKS FOR ONLY A FKW DAYS	
4.00 SHOKS FOR ONLY A FKW DAYS	
Mens Hats
175 HATS AS LONG AS THKY LAST	
2.011 HATS AS  LONG AS THKY  LAST	
2.50 HATS AS LONG AS THKY LAST	
3.00 HATS AS LONG AS THKY  LAST	
3.50 HATS AS LONG AS THKY LAST	
5.00 mill $0.00 STETSON HATS WHILE THKY LAST.
Ladies Waists
1.00 WAISTS,  RBDUOBD TO 	
1.25 WAISTS, RBDUOBD TO 	
1.50 WAISTS, REDUCED TO	
2.00 WAISTS,  REDUCED TO 	
2.50  WAISTS.   RBDUOBD TO	
Domestics
10c. TOWELS  ARK GOING NOW AT 	
25c. TOWELS ARE GOING NOW AT	
35c. TABLE OIL CLOTH, NOW AT	
15c GINGHAMS,  GOING NOW  AT	
20c GINGHAMS,  GOING  NOW  AT	
15c. DRESS PRINTS, GOING  NOW  AT	
20c. DRESS  PRINTS,  GOING NOW  AT	
15c.   VICTORIA  LAWNS,  GOING  NOW  AT....
20c.   VICTORIA   LAWNS,  GOING  NOW  AT....
15c  COMBS,  TO  GO  AT ONLY  	
25c. VICTORIA  LAWNS, GOING NOW AT ....
20c. YARNS, GOING NOW AT 	
1.25 SHEETS, GOING NOW  AT 	
1.00 TABLE LINEN, GOING NOW AT	
Mens Suits
7.50 SUITS, FOR ONLY TEN DAYS  ...
9.00 SUITS, FOR ONLY TEN  DAYS ...
10.00  SUITS,  FOR ONLY TEN  DAYS
12.50  SUITS.  FOR ONLY  TKN   DAYS
15.00 SUITS,  FOR ONLY THN   DAYS...
18.00  SUITS.  FOR ONLY TEN  DAYS
ao.00  SUITS,  FOR ONLY TKN DAYS...
Childs Shoes
1.25 SHOKS,  WHILE THKY  LAST 	
1,50 SHOES, WHILE THKY LAST	
2,i0   SHOKS,   WHILE  THKY   LAST   ...
2.50 SHOKS,  WHILE THKY LAST 	
3.00  SHOKS,  WHILE THKY  LAST 	
.97
1.23
1.47
1.78
1.98
2.47
.93
1.18
1.47
1.08
1.93
2.47
.78
.93
1.18
1.47
.04
.14
.24
.07
.12
.08
.11
.09
.13
.08
.17
.12
.83
.58
■1.27
4.98
5.95
7.15
8.95
U.6B
12.85
.03
.87
1.19
1.38
1.77
m
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1.00 SHIRTS,
1.25 SHIRTS,
1.50 SHIRTS,
1.75 SHIRTS,
2.011 SHIRTS,
2.50 SHIRTS,
3.00  SHIRTS,
Mens Dress Shirts
ARE NOW GOING AT...
ARE NOW GOING AT	
ARE NOW GOING AT ...
ARE NOW GOING AT .
ARE NOW GOING AT ...
ARK NOW GOING AT
ARK NOW GOING AT .
Notions
5c HOOKS & BYES TO GO AT ONLY	
10c SHOE LACES, TO GO AT ONLY	
5c HAIR PINS TO GO AT ONLY	
20c. LADIES HOSR TO GO AT ONLY	
25c. LADIES HOSE TO GO AT ONLY	
50c. LADIES HOSE SUPPORTERS, GOING AT..
10c. SAFETY PINS, TO GO AT ONLY	
15c. HAIR PIN CABINETS, TO GO AT ONLY..
25c. HAIR PIN CABINETS, TO GO AT ONLY	
5c. HAT PINS, TO GO AT ONLY	
10c.COMMON PINS, TO GO AT ONLY 	
Mens Sox
15c  SOX,   FOR  A   SHORT TIMK   	
20c.   80X,   FOR   A    SHORT  TIME   	
25c.  SOX,  FOR A SHORT TIMK	
35c.  SOX,  FOR A SHORT TIMK    	
50c.   SOX,  FOR  A  SHORT TIME  	
65c. SOX, FOR A SHOUT TIME 	
75c. SOX, FOR A SHORT TIME 	
House Furnishings
1.50 LACE CURTAINS, WHILE THKY  LAST 	
2.80 LACE CURTAINS, WHILE THKY LAST	
2.50 LACE CURTAINS, WHILE THEY  LAST	
3.00 LACK CURTAINS, WHILE THEY LAST 	
1.00 TABLE COVERS, WHILE THKY  LAST	
1.50 TABLE COVERS, WHILE THEY  LAST	
2.00 TABLE COVERS, WHILE THEY LAST	
75c.  FLOOR OIL CLOTH,  WHILE THEY LAST	
H5c. LINOLEUMS  WHILE THEY LAST	
1.50  BEDSPREADS,   WHILE  THEY   LAST	
1.50 BLANKETS,  WHILE  THKY   LAST 	
2.50 BLANKETS,  WHILE THKY  LAST	
4.00 BLANKETS.  WHILE THKY LAST	
Ladies Skirts
4.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TKN DAYS	
4.50 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TKN DAYS  .'	
5.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TKN DAYS 	
li.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TEN DAYS 	
Mens Shoes
2.25 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR	
2.50 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE. FOR	
3.00 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARK GONE, FOR..
3.5(r MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARK GONE, FOR,...
4.00 MEN'S  SHOKS, TILL ALL ARK GONE, FOR...
A few only of which we have the spaee to mention.    Many piee- lOTEEMlSlHlsiElB
es of beautiful furniture only slightly damaged, and which a little fur- ■
niture polish will make good as ever,
their former value.
going at   from quarter to half |
Man's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes    I
Ihe gooels themselves are not damaged at all. but the boxes are bro- is
ken and the goods must ^o at something less than half price.
Men's Hats — T'le damage on these goods is so slight that &
it would take an expert to detect il. But they all go at from 25 to Rj
50 per cent of former price. |j       __,T        _.
Man^S Pants—Some of these  goods got very  wet but |       H      K   H
damage is slight, being confined in most cases to  slightly  discolored |      i.   11. VJ_J
linings, but we arc going to shove them out at about one  quarter of gi
their value. !m
Blankets, lace curtains, crockery and r.hinaware,   sheets,   pillow IfflSraBHSiaiaiBiatn
DAMAGED
n   .1,1'''
.03
.78
.97
1.08
1.33
1.117
1.98
.02
.12
.14
.-,.1111 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL AUK GONE, FOR...
0.00 MKN'S SHOKS. TILL ALL AUK GONE, FOR „
7.511 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR...
8.00 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR...
10.00 MKN'S  SHOKS. TILL ALL ARE GONK,  Foil
liii
HI,'
Mens  Furnishings
ARM  BANDS,  Now OR NEVER FOR	
PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS,  Now oil NEVER..
HANDKERCHIEFS, NOW oil NEVER FOR	
HANDKERCHIEFS,  NOW  OR NEVER FOR. .
TIES,  NOW oil NEVER Foil	
TIES,  NOW  OH  NEVER  FOR  	
LOO  GLOVES.   Now  OH  NEVER  FOR	
20c COLLARS,   NOW  OH  NEVER  FOR	
1.00  IIKLTS.  NOW lilt    NEVER FOR 	
35c
."iOc
Mens Pants
.11
.01
.02
.12
,14
.19
.28
.39
.44
1.18
1.03
1.88
.113
.97
1.23
.41
.47
.98
1.03
1.118
2.87
2.47
2.88
3.47
3.78
1.03
1.S7
1.9S
2.39
1.511  PANTS,  CLOSING OCT   I'HH'K
2.00  PANTS,   CLOSING OCT  PRICE
2.5(1 PANTS,  CLOSING OUT  PRICE
3.011  PANTS,  CLOSING OCT  PRICE
3.50  PANTS,  CLOSING OCT  PRICE
4.00  PANTS,  CLOSING OCT  PRICE
5.011 PANTS. CLOSING OCT PRICE ..
Furniture
75c  PLAIN   CHAIRS,  GOING   NOW   AT,
5.1111 MATTRESSES, GOING Now AT	
4.00 IRON BEDS,  GOING  NOW AT 	
11.01)  DRESSERS,  GOING   NOW  AT	
3.511 CENTRE TABLES, GOING NOW AT.
1.50 SEWING CHAIRS, GOING NOW AT..
4.nil SPRINGS,   ALL SI/.KS. GOING   NOW
AT.
Carpets & Room Size Rugs
50c INGRAIN CARPETS,  MONEY  SAVERS AT
75c INGRAIN CARPETS, MONEY SAVERS AT.
85c INGRAIN CARPETS, MONEY SAVERS AT..
85c TAPESTRY CARPETS, MONEY  SAVERS
1. I'APKSTRY CARPETS, MONEY SAVERS
1,25 TAPESTRY CARPETS, MONEY SAVERS
7.5H  ART  SQIWIIKS.  9x7j   FT	
10.1111 ART SQUARES, 9x104   FT...,
12.7.', TAPESTRY, 75x9 FT	
15.01)   TAPESTRY,   '1x9   FT	
211.1111 TAPESTRY,  Oxin;   FT	
25.00 BRUSSELS, 9x9 FT	
30.00  HIirsSKLLS.  9x12  FT 	
3.88
4.47
.is
.23
..',S
.117
.48
.83
1.1?
I .:,a
1.77
1.98
2.0:1
3.47
.4.1
.1.14
1.98
11.97
1.93
.2.1
.49
",4
.53
.0.1
.7S
4.87
5.93
8.48
9.8?
12.43
15.85
19.95
Mens Work Shirts
SHIRTS, GET 'EM QUICK AT	
SHIRTS, GET 'KM QUICK   \T
SHIRTS, GET 'EM QUICK AT
SHIRTS, GET 'EM QUICK AT   ,.,
SHIRTS. GET 'EM.QUICK AT ... .
SHIRTS.  GET   KM  QUICK  AT
.44
.98
1.23
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cases, men's underwear, travelling bags and suit cases, men's suits'
towels, bedspreads, quilts and blankets, together with hundreds of
other items: so many in fact thai it would require n dozen sheets the
sisse of this to enumerate them all, Will be*sold al prices that will
cause wonder and comment for years to come.
Be on hand at the Opening
Nothing   Misrepresented.
In this entire postei ne have not, nor will we misrepresent in
any uay. No prices have been exaggerated, Beai in mind that
1 this is a very large slock and from it can be selected something fur
| every member ol the family. At the pin es we are nITering this slock
•■ it will pay you tn buy a suppl) lo lasl foi years, as 11 will be main.
ii, many years before such an opportuniu Mill present ilsell again. We
il! respectfully ask you lo bring this postei along  Im   a  comparison  ot
"   prices.
A     WORD     OP     ADVICE:
Don't delay your visit to this sale.     Be here, at the opening if possible, as al the prices we are offering this stock, othei men hauls nisi) take it all ihe In 1 da\
This store will be open evenings until 9 o'clock during this sale.   Don't forget the place.
FOLLOW THE CROW to the BIG BLUE SIGN
The International Assignmentand Collection Co. in charge Meaker & Cochran, Managers. I'll ire fi
TIIK    I'i.'HSI'KcTi'l;.    L'RAXURUUK,    11,    C    l-'KI'.KI   \|;V    l...    Ian:
A Good
Resolve
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Anchor
Brand
Flour
Resolve never to be Second Class in
..   \ i matter what you do, try
tt) be .1 King in it. Rt solve to have
nothing to ti inferior,    Do
your best in. ct -deal
Best; re up to 1
B •         v
!
the     •..'..: ANCHOR
BRAND    KU)UR t   thai
use  it.     1        ■ '   b\ •:
they to   choose   the
II. it a
A Good   Resolve
Manfil. by M
Leitch Brothers Flour Mills, Oak Lake.  Manitoba.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
EAST   KOOTENAY     ::
i DISTRICT   LOCAL   NEWS.
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FERNIE. UOSMEK J
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M    K.  ^iiuiii,  sup.'i nit,'ii,I,'in  ,,i lie  ,     .. i    ,■ ,     , ,4
bunril ol trade leu  itiotnbin'Hliiii Iu llm   T
l.ii'nt   Xnrthcrn rntlwiiy  wan in i,,wn   .      ,.,  ,    „ .,.    , ¥
Associate1 Hoards ,,i   ei'iielo ,,i  mitllli    *
•rimr dm
Thr Lie i.i. ul ,"iiiiu,'iv,' opened   tin
,l "s ul the new premtst'ti mi     Mon
in B.  i'    was .,, " pi. i ni  ih.   i'i.ni j ♦
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'    '        ■  ' '   ""   ,nd  evlll remain norinnnem, , ,n ll„     ♦
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, ni I,mu.,ii who ,i,ii  i...i.i  i",. n|,
„V      l""1'     '"       " '  -'   \      „uri   ,ml  make  you  imi   yotii  debtsII
Moti -  reslden, e this wi        rhe  lire
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esand ., .   ♦
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res     I li ■ greatest   ■''       ■   ■'       ili,eii>  - ■
b}   in I !.,•
.   "iin,l nnil roiisctonclou ■ prac    *
"'   ,n ' "     "'"     ' '"   in   .     ui.i will     be irclcumo t„ Hos    i
• UO    Mr. Mott desires to M If
MU III 1
iKioih The  Reporte-i )
'"'j     '        than     • .  ilepn I
■ " uni .'ni'i'tiii
. .    and
hi ■
Thr    ,.    ■.  nre             small hn  In The (""thiill club will uive a mioker
iVe.li   ■             iRht to the '■'  M         ''■•    "" Pob   ■"'
tin Thole. »|U '"' "  masquerade ball In
iiiv Mu',"'i l1-'11 "" ""' l'M> nl Ireland
man) cases lb   dam ""'''' W1" '"' " -""'''''' nieetiitR   0I
.   , Vl.         ...,. - ■ neholders ol thc Blk Vnllej   Brew
aed by «n      n     in   ipt,, '"- ''" ■ Ult ■■ llt the Ml1'1"'1 hotel
Mondiiv, V '
Why pay Rent?
I    Imvi!    SHVlMlll   It.m.l    llOUSeS    I    e-illl   soil
lur small ousli  ],;ivin.'iii ami  butance in
 Illll    itIStllllllBlltS
I HAVE A CASH BUYER for lots mi  Armstrous
A \ fiiiif    \\ii.u Iimvi- vihi in offer. < Kvnors
only
HAVE YOU A GOOD BUSINESS you will exchange
iiT i.iiirit nmi ally |Mti|"'ii\ '- l.'nil on im'
lor purln-iiliii -s
I CAN SELL YOU A TEN ACRE LOT, A 320 ACRE
h'tirtn in in l;ir,.|,i' irucis il ileslrod anil ai
..« niir's |n luos
Farmer's List Your Land with me.
N\>  system is lust a little hit better than the rest.
Fred A.  RUSSELL
Royal  Hotel,  Cranbrook,  B.C.
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prevent
■  ■ .   headway,
sarin   tin su n t h,wit
, Mu
■   . '    ■   ■    c atente
■ :   51 pplj     :   .vati.
the  Free   Press
B.H.SH0RT
.'..
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THE
Painter and
Decorator,
/ ii
■J} .ARMSTRONG
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15th,   Ht   3   p
probable that ;, graded school I
■ one of thc advnutagea     New
will derive from the combined
efforts ni tin1 Trades Committee.
nn March Lst the passeugor train
over thf Greut Northern will rench
here about 12.30 and leave at l p.m.,
j making close connection with the
train from the Cast at Rexfol'd, Pas
stingers leaving her.' al 1 will gel i,,
to Spokane alum!   10 p.m.
Two more Battleships
'"ll*   'tl   liit.l    Ion*   Hi"  (-nimivss  uf
inv)       in   lis   iilaco   ns   Hi,.  .,,■ i   n,r
H'Wi-r   in   the   wiiilil.   Imi    il    linn tl	
Witii  ih- liti.uiciiil   ililllfiilll.'S whirl) ;
ill.'
tli..
nl
We  place our paint
on op.   WHY ?
Hi.,   refusal   nf   Uu-   l-'n-nrh
Iit  imi- it■■>   liir^u  itavnl i-i
liallli'shlps   uf   i ii.-   hiri-c   n
t'liubllL- fnr    pnwnt.
CRESTON.
(From The1    Review.)
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be hdil in Victoria on February 24th. Himl 1
. I.niiriiM'     .,;■     i'o. are now hearing ',iiv' ;
sunn'    1 ruths ii_l),,tit British Columbia h,,^i,
ir      the "Snliil Cons." nt Ottawa. .......-...-
(lui'ss it siiuiuis a wee bit strange to ! "Hi"'!
them; hut 11 few short arm jnlts like I1 '
Kilts    |il'
ICAMPBELLI
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THE    QUALITY     STORE.
Staple   and    Fancy   Groceries.
* the ones elellvercd will help the whole
$   thin;     alone,   It Won't   hurt tjiielwr hm."K Um{
ami it will help ns. run. iin-ir siifi.t.v i',v
The    "i Uii Mu"" ol Crnnbrook has "'.'';'"! "' wnr. unwl
begun to prophesy again su take no- SM inin   Thi','1,1
* tlce, nil yc grits ninl lurirs, "the Pro-   |im.||] i,,,i ,]„.
* vlnclal lio'ise will tllssolvo at tho con- ««"•   l"     1 i-inlirr
* elusion of the present session." Quite s'''"'" '""'■ '" ,l1" ''
* bo, 'praps not, wo ilon't think. Won- lol|,'lv
,^ eiiiiilltllill mill m
miking Mill-. ,„■ Hi,
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Thr place to buy your Xmas Goods, New RaiseMis,
Currants, and Peels. Choice: Table Figs and fresh
Nuts. A swell line of Fancy Confectionery.
I MANNING
♦ a0ine men's upper stnpcs. Or Is it lust
J n case   ,,( the   wish being fnther    to
♦ tin. thought'.' "-ks I"1'"
♦ Dry Suiiiiny  wns    ushered in    with    Iii llim 1
♦ >!■,,wis ninl   ninnj heartburnings    by     ., ,1|,|j,',',|'"l'
♦ thc   "linliitilnls."  anil  it   was nn e'asy j 1'.,1 uuil.i., „ .,,
♦ thing to    ellscorn evlio wore the ones I'lmrinr 1	
♦ who hail bottles cnchoel away   W '''! h''',','' "!"!.!'!!i
1 still     of     thf iiplnliui tlinl n "dry"
♦ town iiinlii's ilrtinkiirils ol nn'll
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Corbin Application
will   II    r.   Legislature  fin
A Diet of Bovril
or HOX'RII. sandwiches, <|iiicklv rebuilds wasted
strengtli, gives increased vitality to the system and
fortifies the body against many ailments,
Because BOVRIL yields more nourishment than
any oilier food.
BOVRIL is an invaluable diet for nursing mothers,
dyspeptics, and all who show any predisposition
towards tubercular affections.
YOUR OEAtEll HAS IT OR CAN QET IT FOR YOU,
mj
Proud of our Farmer Boys  p,    .  i->.    .
Francis Edward
Corrison
liitMilina.-i.T Ci'iinbi'ook Citv Uuiu
\\\ nre not given to boasting     !i':-
 ;'.' j.tnit: uf the farmer boys   ol
litis vicinity. They nre, with wc exceptions, a  healthy,  Intelligent     and
happy  elnss of young  mon.   We  feel
like taking our hat clear off when wc       Choirmaster Knox Presbyterian
meet them upon our streets, ami     nn Church
class is more welcomed to our office. ■   .    ,, ..,      .     ...   ,,..,,     ,
,„                                                 "        'Laic I land in list or bus Mujes-tvs Hovrl
loo many boys leave the farm whore \\\ PiiRillcrs
thoy     would     hnvi made substantial 	
and good citizens, ttnd go to the city TEACHER   OF
where only one in a thousand succeed Violin.   Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin
In life's littles.   There    ;,.-e farmers an(1      Standard       Instruments.
who     fairly    drive their buys Mw;,y ^^_
There Is no excuse for this. The far- /k     .                  ,-.         .   .     .
Orchestra   Furnished
CRANBROOK, B.C.
mer boy is entitled to liis vacations
to several relaxations, his visits     to  Phone 153.
the city, good bonks, magazines   and
his     homo     paper. To the observing 	
one it is plain to bo seen that the old -__   _   _- _ _ _
farm  is the  best   place  in the  world «V A IV T £ Di
for the avcrnge young man and never:
fails to bring a happier and more use
fill life than thc city.     Voung     men,' JVTU ROCKY    MOUNTAIN  GOATS.
you     "In 1 till the Soil and earn your	
bread by thc sweat of your brow, we
nre proud of you; out latchstrlng is Live Rocky Mountain Goats are
always out to you nnd you will al 'anted for Zoological purposes. Per-
ways have a friend in this paper, Call "its to catch and export these ani-
and si.- us and give us tho new.-: from uals will bo Issued by the provincial
your neighborhood. authorities,     address:—
1 Frazer River gets their Fish
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Dr. OBJOHj FRENCH,
Naturalist.
Washington, O.C.
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FEBRUARY   13,   li
SMALL DBBT'S i'olK'1
Electoral District   ol UrantuuuK.
NuTXOhJ id hereby given that Sit
uuys ul tbo above Court will be held
at tUu (Jovurnmeut building, Cran
brook, iui the disposal ui casus
every WuUuesdny, at two o'clock p.
ui.; at Movie every Saturday ul the.
Steele and Wardner un sucb days
and dates as nut) bu appointed iu
i in.* proceedings,
•fliuu bum-,   ami ui   MarysviUe, Kurt
All dubis and demands u'ui uxcuuu
iu£ the sum ul $iuu cuu be sued for
and recovered in Llm above men
tiuned Court <>'i Summons and
Judgement, Garnishee (eitber before
*r after Judge-mem.) or on Instal
uisut Order which can be enforced by
uiuiuiit iin'iit  ii necossary.
luMtiui-ti,mis I'm  proceedings can be
handed iu    tu   the     undermenl uniad
Clerks ui the Court., via.--
V. it. Morris, Deputy Sheriff,   Qran
■rook,
Y. ti. Routh,   Provincial   Constable
lioyie,      or tu
Joseph  Walsh,  Provincial  Constable,
Port  Steele.
liY ORDER
Joseph Ryan
Magistrate.
•atee Mud day uf June, l'JUS.
URANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Edward
Watts of Wattsburg, occupation Lum-
bermau, Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner oi Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the following described lands in Blast Kootenay District. Commencing at a
post planted at the North-west corner of Lot 5459, South 80 chains,
thence West 20 chains, thence North
8U chains, thence Wast 20 chains tu
point of commencement, containing
ltil) acres more or less.
EDWARD    WATTS.
Dated  December,   IRIh    1908. 2
ADMINISTRATOR'S   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on the
8th day of January, 1909, it was
ordered by iJ. K. Wilson, Esq.,
Judge of the County Court of East
Kootenay, that James Ferguson
Armstrong, Official Administrator
for that portion uf the County uf
Kootenay included in the Electoral
Districts 0f Oranbrook and Fornie,
be Administrator of all and singular
the estate of Frederick Douglas Anderson, deceased  intestate.
Every person indebted to the said
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 the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person
having any claim upon or interest
in the distribution uf the estate ol
the said deceased is required to send
before the 17th day of February
next, by registered mall addressed to
the undersigned, liis name and address and tho full particulars of his
claim or interest, and a statement
of his account and the nature of thc
security  Of any) held by him.
After the said last raentioued date
the Administrator will proceed with
the distribution of the estate having regard to those claims only of
which he shall have had notice.
Dated at Cranbrook thin Sth day
of January,  1909.
J. F. Armstrong,
2 Official Administrator.
ADMINISTRATOR'S   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on the
6th day ()f January, 1909, it was
ordered by P. E. Wilson, Esq.,
Judge of the County Court of East
Kootenay, that Jaraos Ferguson
Armstrong, Official Administrator
for that portion of the County uf
Kootenay included iu the Electoral
Districts hf Oranbrook and Fernie,
be Administrator of all and singular
the estate of Hugh Campbell,
deceased intestate.
Every person Indebted to the said
deceased is required to make payment forthwith   to the under signed.
Every person having In possession
effects belonging    to the deceased
Taft's inauguration
Continued from page l
ORANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF  KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, George A. Jam-
iesoU, of Oranbrook, B, 0., occupa
tiou, undertaker, intend to apply fur
permission to purchase the following Bldent by the president of tin senate
described lands: Commencing at a Prn tern. Then after prayer by the
post planted at the N, W. corner of
lot No. 6484, theuee east 40 chains ;
theuee north 30 chains, thence west
■iii chains, thence south uu chains   to
present senate the
he administered tn
the now   vie
will I
pie
place  ol
commencement.
containing
in acres
George Aloxsudei
Jamiesnn.
Jan.   18,
1909.
5
Court of Revision.
Rev. Edward Everett Halo, nnd vice
pmsident Sherman will deliver his in
laugural address and administer   tli"
. ontii uf ottit'e to tlinse senators t-len:
whose terms bejjiu on the Bamo day.
WILL HE QtlBBTB OF FRIENDS
Alter the organisation ut the senate
is completed th,,se assembled in   the
senate chamber will proceed in care-
- » — , fully prescribed     order through     tbe
KiillT gT«l.E AS8HB8MBNT DI8-  rotunda  „f the cnpltol  to the plat
rKIOT. (orm jn tni, cinlrp portt(<o ol the nap
NOTICE 18 HEREBY (IIVBN that' Hal to the platform bcini; arranged
pursuant to au order uf the Lieuten-, this year to seat 6000 people. When
uiitiloveru.ie iii-c.,,uncil, approved the! nIi ,.,. assembled, the „atli of office
lulli day ol  December,   L908. a court     ,,, .       ,   . , ,,    ,
of revision and appeal, under the pr„-:wl» "' administered to the president
visions of the Assesament Act and <-''<""- by the chief justice, or, in his
amendments, for the assessment ills-1 absence, hy the seninr justice prosent,
tricts ul Nelson. 8locan, Golden and < The president will then deliver bis
Fori  Steele lor the purpose of hear-;, „ ,     ,, .... ,.  ■
ing the appeals made by the British inaUR"ral addr08a- At the conclusion
Columbia Southern Railway Com- ot tne address the president will he
puny against tbe assessment 0f the | driven to the White House, and nftor
said company's Uudw on the »upple-|tt brief Interval for lunch, will take
muntary roll ot 1808, ami the appeals j ..      . . ,    , p
to he made by tbe company against j Dls pmce °a Ul(- 8tmw' Iacme l U1
the assessment 0t Said lands for 1903, j nayivatiia avenue, directly in front of
in said districts, will be held at the, the presidential mansion, to review
court house, Nelson, B. C, on Tburs-j the parade.
day, tbe 86th day of February, A.D.,
rj'.'-i. at the h0ur of 11 o'clock [a the
forenoon, to which time the court of
revision for the Nelson Assessment
District has beeu adjourned.
Dated   at   Nelson,     B. C, this 3rd
day of January, A. D„  1909.
"ROBERT SCOTT LENNIE."
Judge of Court nf Revision and Appeal.
President-elect Taft and the members of his family will arrive in
Washington a few days before March
U, and instead of going to ti hotel,
' will become guests at the spacl0us
: mansion o' Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Board
: man, located in Dup0nt circle in the
i heart of the fashionable section of
Washington. The B0ardsman's are
among the closest friends nf the
i Tafts, and their daughter, Miss Mabel Boardman, was a member 0i sec-
; retary Taft's r0und-the-world party
and has been actively Identified with
! the Taft's in their red cross work.
j The president-elect is an enthuslas-
{tic convert to the use of the aUtomn-
! bile, and in his journeylngs about the
capital incident to the Inauguration
ceremonies he will make use of tbe
luxurious Boardman motor carl which
has been placed tit his disposal f0r
tbe occasion.
Our Hand Spramoter
No. I or No. 2.
Mounted on a cart witli strong,
hardwood frame, 52 inch wooden
wheels with iron hubs, steel axles.
For   one     horse.    All     brass 4 row
sprayer.   Wheels    and nozzles adjust- i presents the pt,rt and harbor of Mar-
able from 26 inch to 36 inch. Vertical:    m lth    th   arriVal   ( Bum nd
adjustment from rack 16 inches. Aut-, 00"iWD \
omatic     vertical    nozzle adjustment,   Dantes, the bearer of Napoleons let-
brass spramotor.   Ball valves, aut0-  ter.
matic compensating plunger. Mechani- Eighteen years lapse between the
cal agitator.   Can be used for orch-1 firgt      d d     Ui   The tlrst scenu
ard, vineyard, mustard and potatoes, > , .      ,    ,
or painting and whitewashing. Sold> P^sents a glamor in the house ol
without cart as well. Prices from S Fernando Count de H0rcerif. Scene
$16.00 to ?50.0(J. Guaranteed for 0ne sec0nd presents tbe prison and cells
year.   Treatise on crop diseases free. I, tne Chatemi DXf.   Scene three the
IMonto Cristo
The     tirst   act of "Monte Chrlsto'
required  forthwith
darslgncd.
Every   crodltor
having any     claln
In the distribution
the said deceased
before     the    17 th
to notify  tbe
or ot her     person
upon   or interest
of tltO   estate      of
j required to **nd
day   ot February
next, by registered mall addressed to
tbe undersigned, liis name mid address and the full particulars of his
claim or interest, and n statement
of his account and the nature of the
security  (if any I  Imld  by  him.
After the said last mentioned date
tbe Administrator will proceed with
the distribution of tho astute having regard to those claims only of
which  be shall  have had notice.
Bated at Cranbrook this Kth day
of January. 1909.
J,  F.  Armstrong,
2 Official Administrator.
FORT BTHELD)
ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the statutes, that provincial revenue tax, nnd all assessed
taxes mid income tax assessed and
levied under the "assessment. Act,"
and amendments, and under the pub
lie schools act, are due and payable
on the 2nd day ol January f,,r the
year 19(b).
All taxes collectible for the Fort
Steele assessment district are due and
payable at my ollie.e situated at the
government offices, Cranbrook, B. 0,
This notice, in terms of law Is equivalent to n porsonnl demand by me
upon nil persons liable fnr taxes.
Dated at Cranlirnok, II, O,, this
22nd duy of January, 1909.
A.   0,   NELSON,
Dupnty Aawwsor ami »!„lli*tor,
t       Kurt, Kteaiu Asuewueut fuutrl*.
W.   O.   HEARD,
957 King St., London, Ont.
Stock Quotations
As Furnished by
BBALE &  ELWELL, Cranbrook, B.C
February Sth,  1909.
Aurora Consolidated
B. C. Amalgamated
13. 0.  Copper
Canadian (ioldttelds
Canadian Northwest Oil
Consolidated Smelters
Oranbrook Fire  Brick
Diamond Coal
Diamond Vale Coal
Dominion Copper
International  Coal
Nicola Coal Miles Ltd
Kipissing
North Star
McQilUvray Creek Goal
Rambler Cariboo
Hoyal Collieries
Society Girl
Sullivan
Temaskinttiag
Western Oil (ord.)
West em Oil (pre!.)
Veteran War Scrip
Bid
.04
7.50
.03
.as
85.00
.50
.IK
.37
.74
.084
9.50
.09
.22
,35
.00*
1.64
1.55
1.40
470.00
sea, the great electric wave and
storm. "The World is Mine." Act
three tbe inn of the Pon du Card; act
fourth will present the Hotel dc Hor-
cerff. Act fifth, or the terminating
scene, presents the forest 0f Vinncen-
nes, introducing tbe duel in the
woods. Strong in cast and complete
In scenic arrangements, the produc
tion under Messrs. Willis & Oosgi'oves
Asked
.25;
^6 | direction will unquestionably offer one
8.00 j of the strongest events 0f the Benson.
■051 This production will appear at   'tho
95*00 opera house m March 12.   tin account
L10  of the length of the performance the
.54 curtain will rise at 8.30
.17
.45
.80
.OS
10.10
.12
.25
.161
.38
.85
.Qlt i   Already there is Considerable man
j-*jjjj j Ufacturing     being done in the west,
AUSTRALIA DOES DUTY.
Melbourne, Feb. 6 -The federal cabinet has ordered tbe immediate purchasers (>f two torpedo destroyers.
Manufacturing must come
but it is going to grow rapidly. The
525.00  Canadian West, will feel in the future,
_ __ : and  every  year  m0re  strongly,    the
j influence of the manufacturer.  Indus-
STEADY   EMPLOYMENT trial as well as agricultural progress
—u—. is going to mark the future history
For ,t reliable     local salesman re-  of the west,  whether through British
presenting       Canndn's     Oldest   and ; or United States capital, or tlu'oiigb
Greatest Nurseries in Cranbrook and ! the eastern manufacturers awakening
adjoining country. ! to the fact that it will pay them   t0
The popularity of our stock   which • establish branch factories in the west.
is   grown on limestone soil, making     There is no need  to say,  let      the
our     tre"s and     bushes hardier and , municipalities   ()f the west be nwnke
longer-lived  than coast grown stock,  to their     opportunities, niauul'uctur
is acknowledged by experienced fruit   ing will follow the growth of     this
Krowers. Part of Canada,  with its new towns
We     make     a specialty of growing  and its railways In the natural course
stock for Hritish Columbia and ship I of events, and     that quickly.   Winni
in carload to that province. peg Commercial.
A    permanent     situation  to  right
man, with territory reserved. fgr   Sale
Pay weekly ; free oiitllt.   Write foi
particulars. ,, ..  	
.   ...   ... Cottage    near
btone & Wellington        iu KOod repair,
FONTHILL NURSERIES j and   cess-pool,
TORONTO ONT fence, furnished or   not to   suit   thc
(Licensed by It. c. Government.)    convenience ot purchaser.     Apply ta
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ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
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The Farmer and our Public
Sohools
Continued from page i
moisture . The effect of air and the
moisture Upon metals should be observed and experiments illustrative ol
the effect of paints and lubricants
gom' through with.
In an article of this kind it is im
possible to give in detail all thai a
rural school teacher may do in the
way of solution of the problems ol
country life.   All that can be done is
; to call attention, to tho fact that our
schools have a part to play In making the fanner's work more and more
n matter of brains, as well as muscle
. and in demonstrating thai the processes to which he gives his time nnd
attention    are ns genuinely scientific
1 as the processes ,,i manufacture or
medicine any day. h is the man who
Knows and  who patiently applies his
i knowledge  who  reaps the largest  re
| wards both in money and In delight.
j The time is opportune for n consideration of thc whole situation of the
relation .of the country schools     to
j country  life.   There is a feeling thai
1 will not subside that our .schools are
Dot tilling the large place in nation
building  thnt   they  should   he   tilling.
I Of recent years there has been an im-
peri0us call of our young people to
engage in almost any work, rather
than in tin teaching profession. Under our present conditions it is extremely difficult for u school teacher
to maintain a home of his own     on
' the salary offered.   Most of our conn
j try scho'Ms struggle along with   the
. most meagre equipment. Now, a
starvation policy is a losing policy,
■■ no matter whether it applies to a
field,     to a herd of cattle, or to     a
; school. A BChool is anything but H
necessary     evil to be paid for under
i the compulsion 01 :i sheriff's mandate.
It should be the farmer's best friend,
and it will prove itself his friend and
ally when its teachers .,re properly
equipped and are enthusiastic regarding country life and where adequate
facilities for work are provided for
them, This cannnt. be brought about
in a day. In this good work tbe university has its share in seeing to it
that every graduate shall have listened, n()t only to the claims upon him
of law or medicine, and theology    oi
■ politics, but of agriculture as well,
Teachers with special aptitudes for
nature study as exhibited in rural dis
tricts should be encouraged and re
warded for Illustrating that know
ledge is the agriculturist's best asset,
Under existing circumstances it will
he necessary for the government to
not only provide the, training lor such
teachers but by an adequate- and im
partial system of Inspection to see U
it that the itcatht;r who does the right
kind of work along these lines receiv
es a hire worthy of the labor expended. Railways and kindred public
works are all very good in their way
but no one of them can he compnred
in   importance with agriculture,
Nitrogen from the air
This is a subject that is demanding
increused attention In all parts ol
the civilised world, Proff das. Liii:
in writing to the London, ten'bind,
Chronicle, says:
Nitrogen has been described as the
most Important of the needs uf life.
It is the most costly constituent ol
aid of which all food, directly or in
our food, as of the manure hy thj
directly, is produced in countries IfKo
our own. Farmers in old countries
are compelled to buy it in the form
of nitrate ol Soda, a mineral deposi
found in Chili, which costs some $Si
a ton, or sulphate of ammonia a by
product in moklng gas- -but while the
latter costs $55 t0 Slid n ton and contains some t'i. per cent, of nitrogen
it cannot under the conditions Df to
day be produced in approximate^
sufficient quantities for the farmers
genous manure, such as guano, which
is believed to he an almost exhaiisti
product, but thc supply of each
use,   'I here  are other
school,   five rooms,
nice Jocatlon,  water
corner    lot,    good
Mu-  tn'],,
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[allnwliw  lion
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUH"
District of East Kootenay.
I     I      il     AliiMM
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plnta
icmuo
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M.  Aiktun,
•»*•. ■•*  -v ft**
itu*  l*b   ft.  UM.
of nltro
small in comparison with whal h
needi'd. If. therefore, nitrogen o
soda falls us, as then are signs thnt
it will ti,, in Ihe lace of the largdj
inert .tsioi! do.nn.nds ol universal coun
tries alone, the nitrogen famine whlcl
was predicted as quite possible In tin
near future by Sir William Crookoi
in his presidential nddrosa a low yeai
ago, would becotno an accompllshoi
fact but for the discovery of fixlm
the nitrogen which forms throe fourth!
of   the   Volume nf  til''  ail.
The new product Calcium cynmi
nide, now known as nitrogen mnrki
a new orn in agricultural life. M hm
cher nnd Mr Mull, director of tho os
countries, and is found by In. Vocl
been tested in Knuland, as in othoi
perimental station at Itnthomstcd,
founded by Sir John Luwhh, Lo nn us
productive un Uio oldn fertlllHtrH
Nittollm      ';; 'in extremely tine black
powder,  italnlng a similar quantl
ty nf ni'trogcti to sulphate ol amnion
ui. it is already on the Oermun nnd
Italian mail'-t, where its price, bus
ed on Its nitrogen percentage, Is low
or lhaii that of nitrate nf aodn ond
sulphate ,,i ammonia In Knglnnd,
NATURK'H FOOD (POR DROPS
The production of nitrogen, unlike
the discovery of nitrate Is an ach
levement which can scarcely becnov-
errnti d i dd countries will be compelled in rely upon the new. as would
practically !»■ the east in the absence
ul sufficient nitrogenootis manure, for
our crops w,,uld be reduced so largely and su rapidly thflt we could no
longer feed sufficient live Btock on the
farm. In this casi tho natural man
which we use would he reduced
well, until, with an Increasing
population, it would be necessary to
resort to emigration or to pay high
jr prices for imported foods,     Then
ire     eiops  stab  as  peas, beans,   clov
?r. vetches, and others of the legum
Inous older, which obtaining their
nitrogen for themselves as they do
through the medium ,,f bacteria which
form little cob nies on their roots
ould he grown in much larger quan
itles, hut these plants Would not suf
lice without the addition of th- cer
■als. roots, ami grasses, and vnrloua
ither crops, which cannot he profit
ably grown unless nitrogen is sup
piled by tho farmer. This fact equally applies to the nurseryman and the
market gardener, who employ man
ure in groat abundance.
It was shown by men of science
years ago, that where atmospheric
nitrogen was passed over carbon an 1
the alkalies, cyan,,gen could be form
ed, and that by further
this material would yield ammonia,
the most inipurtint constituent ol
which is nitrogen. Here great difficulties aroBB until the Invention ol
the dynamo an I subsequently nl the
electric furnace, which enabled Frnnt
and Caro to produce cyanumides and
other nitrogen compounds, while
lilrlolnnd and Eyde, whose method is
adopted in Norway, where electrical
energy is obtained by tho aid ol
abundant water power, employed by
the electric spark in fixing atmospheric nitrogen by converting it into nitrous and nitric acid by the process
of oxidation, the finished product being known as lime nitrate. We are,
however, dealing with nitrolim which
produced in Italy, Austria, France
Germany, Switzerland, and the Knitted States. while works are being
erected Canada which will be harness
ed to Niagara, ISngllsh capital being
also employed in the extension of
the work to other countries, so that
inna few years' time the output will
he large ns compared with the production of today, for according to
Dr. Frank, to whom so much Is owing, the close of 1908 Was calculated
to leave foreign countries with the
power to produce an annual weight of
45,000 tons.
NEW ERA IN FARMING.
Nltrolin is superior to nitrate, in
asmucli as it is not .soluble; the latter is unsuitable [or application on
the lighter soils before or during
heavy rains, owing to its high solubility. It passes into thc subsoil
drainage, and Is lost, unless a vigorous growing plant is able to retain
it. Not so with nitrolim, which, assuming it to fail to feed the crop it
is Intended for, remains t„ feed the
next. Nitrolim will not Work won
dors on sand and soils deprived ol
lime, but in this it resembles both
nitrate and sulphate. It can he
mixed successfully with basic slag,
in which phosphoric add is combined
with lime, for use on ncid soils. Here
agn.n science helped the farmer, for
slag a by produce in the manufacture ot Bessemer steel was once used
to mend the roads.
Precisely how the nitrogen of nitrolim is taken up by plants we have
yet to lenrn, but it is something to
have found that it acts as nature
meant it. That it is decomposed in
the soil tin re is no doubt, and that
the soil bacteria assist in its conversion into ammonia and then into nitrate is believed to be correct, but
these are matters into which few farmers will Inquire. Hritish farmers
will for Some time be shy as buyers
they are cautious and they have reason for at this moment spurious man-
mm .us     plants
It
was shown by
Boussingault, the
g i c,
t  chemist many
years      ago,      th
it   i
a  the  basis ol
lengthened ex peril
It ut
from ..ne third
uies are on  the  u
the   Fertilisers   Al
arkot, in spite     oi
t.    Vet   they      were
Ion     cautious wl
en nitrate appeared
many  years ago,
and  lost   heavily  in
consequence.   Tod
ly      WO      have mole
enterprising  men,
who   will   do    well
to read  abotil  it,
and   then  make  ex
pcrlmente  for  tin
luselves.    They   will
he Hell advised t,
consider that  low
i-r price will  in- a
factor in their cal
dilutions,     thai
the consumption ol
sulphate  of   itninn
ma,  i,i   which  only
a small portion b
used in agrlcultun
is much below  Hn
.lillli tolls,  while  ,,ui
nitrate     Imports
wn ily   llS.000
tons   ,,nd     cm;.ii,
31,000 ton a a  ycui
to one half more nitrogen was remov
ed in a crop wnlch grew upon his
farm I hat was received by the soil in
the form <>( manure, Lawes and Oil
bcrtobtained similar results; q legu
minous crop clover, for example
contained four time? tin nitrogen
present In n crop of barley which had
occupied a similar area in the same
held. When the clover was removed
the emp of barley grown on the soil
n had occupied contained nearly
twice as much nitrogen as the tirst
barley cr0p, still leaving behind it
mon- nitrogen than wfts present In
the soil on which the crop was grown
This was the Work of the tiny organ
isms which had established themselves upon the clover roots, and supplied
tholr hosts with nltrDgen In exchange
for fo0d of a carbonaceous type. Thus
if bacteria are sometimes dangerous
to Ul'1 they are absolutely essential
to man's existence.
So much for the productive power
of nitrogen compounds and manure.
Let us conclude with a reference to
Iho wuste to which wo have referred,
I'lofessor (IrnndeaU. the doyen of
agricultural science across the channel, estimates that one sixth ,,f tho
farm mature produced in France is
peratioii wasted by careless management, tlie
ininoniti, loss amounting to 017,000,000. L,
England Dr Bernard Dyer values the
same product at LIU.IIOO.OOO and estimates that the probable loss is equal
to some three millions, or two and a
halt times the retail cost ol the nitrate of soda we import in a siimle
year. This loss would he sufficient,
with tin aid of soil Inoculation and
the enrichment of the land with legumes ploughed In as manure nn the
land with legumes ploughed In as
man iro nii thc plan of Schulz uf Lu
pits! to bring under culture the better
portion of the 12,750,000 acres ol
heath and mountain land iu Great
Britain which today is unproductive
-while men are starving fnr want of
land as a mean-: ,,f producing food
for their families and  themselves.
Americans Entertained
ARE   GUESTS   OF   THE BRITISH
GOVERNOR OF GIBRALTAR.
Gibraltar, Feb. I Admiral Sperry
and tbe division commanders and captain., of the United States fleet were
the guests ,,i general Sir Frederick
Forestier Walker,- the military governor of Gibraltar, at a dinner given
at the government house to-night.
Among the ,,ther guests wen- admiral Goodrich, Sii Frederick Milner,
Sir Henry Hlponscboolos, chief justice
of Gibraltar, Sir Frederick Evans, colonial secretary and A. M. Soil, attorn -y general.      lb
Toasts to King Edward and President Roosevelt were drunk standing,
After tbe dinner the American officers
attended the ball at the assembly
rooms given by the American consul,
Richard Sprague,
CARRIE THOUGHT IT CHEAT
London, Feb. 1 Carrie Nation became acquainted with the Lond0n police Courts this afternoon when she
was lined $7."iii for thrusting her umbrella through a window of a car on
the underground railway upon which
a cigarette advertisement Was post
ed. When the magistrate announced
the amount of the tine, Mrs. Nation
remarked: "Thank y0u, I expected it
would cost more.
LOOKS LIKE SETTLEMENT.
Washington, Feb. 4 According to
official statements the prospects appear to he favoi'able today for teach
ing a complete understun ling soon
between the British foreign office and
che Newfoundland colonial authorities
regarding t he fisheries arbitration
treaty Exchanges were In progress
luring   the day  between  the  British
embassy and the state department,
and ambassador Blyce is to have a
ipccial interview with secretary ol
Stale Bac( n tomorrow
FARMERS AND RANCHERS If
you are Interested In dairying, drop
us n lino nnd tt'c will forward cata
login- and prici list ol the celebrated
UK LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS.
All big buttoi making concerns ev
crywhorc use |)E LAVAL mnchlnjs
exclusively A catalogue upon re-
liioi i     Pati e Urns
Council Meets
AN   INEXHAITIULK  SUPPLY
A   ■qieclal   meeting ol   tin- city   COtin
Arain-t tills wo mHJ plan- tin-    iii I ell  was held  in  Lite council  chamber
loxbaUHtlblo nitrogen ol the air, which on M In)  evening    Then' were pre
according   !«• the ostlmnto ol   Frank,Uenl his worship Mnyoi Flak and aid
ruaohei   31,000 tomt uvoi every ncro ol Urmtn   .lad    John ,   Hunt    and
ILho  dirfiicc oi the globe    This, how    Ryan
.     n,,t   all.   thoro   In  11   WnstO  io|     The  estimates      of   111.-  Bcl I   boilld
im-and bo continuous th:,t, at  ,M'  lho ensuing year, amounting    to
a maiter <<i iigrloulturnl economy, it
should i"' ii >ted, although then-    li
little prospect  ol any diminution
How  largo n quantity of  nitrogen
."'.),DUii      were   received,  sod  oil  motion
of Aldermen Job*noii and Hunt     ro
[nnd to the llunncc com mitten
nn  motion  of   Aldermen  Ryan and
lop can Utilise Is shown by     the   Jackson tin  council adjourned at ID.-
earlier discovery  in  relation to legu U0. TIIK   raoSPECTOR.   ci:aM!I;uiik.    r   rj„    FEBRUARY   HI,   U>0<
Dollars For YOU
flieri'arc dollars waiting foi vou lu-ri'. sii inme in and
get tin-in. We'll cut them oil the prices ol oui i-lothing,
hats, finishings and shoes, Ihe reason.' «h\ its simph .1
business proposition,
ihilt' there is a short past ol the wintei lietote us, we
want tn net rid of the reniaindei "I om stoi k
we'll soon have to lie thinking ol "spring things", «e
will want room, and besides its pool policy to i irrj oui stock
to anotlu r season.
We'll Take  Our  Loss Now
\ es sir, there i lollars waiting for vou here, and vou
will get some of them with i'ver\ purchase vou make. Con
sider these inducements.
MEN'S   SUITS. - md
lit: in• sh idd\ v ■■   " msl  :    '   ■   teii
Sale Price.* $8 0,50 10.50 14.50 10.00 and 18,50
MENS   OVERCOATS.   M*
prices we h   .-  ■
Sail Prices 9,50  10.00 13.00  15.00 and  17.50 each.
MEINTS   SHOES.    * four i>..
b\ and 20th Centur;   Sh ■■ s.     I 'sua! price s5.1.x1       _   al
3,75    a    pair
MEN'S   NEGLIGE   SHIRTS.    1 '   •"
tire -ti 1 i. h ill In- put 011 - tie tl tin        i> prii   -
Sale Prices 75c.  1,00 and  1.25 each.
The man with one dollar in   his   pocket   will  leave   this
store with two dollars 111 his bundle.
Burns   Bros.
The Popular Store, Cranbrook, B.C.
0, T.  McGregoi  ol  Muyie wns     i
iin- city Tnt'silny
Wednesday   was p„ydiiy  nl   the  S
hlugone nun,.
Mr   Hi-«',,li  ,,1  ii,,,,,,,.,  .  porn   w.i
in town Tueadiiy,
J    Wharton  nt  Montreal,   was
town Monday.
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Anyone Who Uses Edged
Tools
"i .my liimi knows how iniiili the labor Is lightened
uiii-n iniiis lira nhiirh Bui 11 good many don't know
iin- uaslosl way to keep edged tools In shii|ie. Come
In 11- .111.1 we will show you, We have a full line of
Carborundum Sharpening Stones
Thoy're the l»'si ever put a keen, smooth edge on
any kind of tool from a razor to an tnse. Carpenters,
machinists   anyone who uses an edged tool should
gel   ucqimi I   wiih   CARBORUNDUM    SHARPENING
STONES.   Thoy save time nnil labor.
j. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook,  B.  C.
HARDWARE
Repeat  it   "Shilnh's Cure will   always   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
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Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Merrill left
by Monday morning's dyer for Oakland. Cal., where they will reside.
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J.Pond of Nelson; A. Chandler of
Seattle, and P. Peters of Winnipeg,
were in town Tuesday.
J. S. P. Jaquith, representing the j
Urown Hros., was transacting business at Oranbrook Wednesd»y.
M. D. Couch of Pincber Creek, the
"Alberta Oil King" was in the city,
Monday.
W. P. BiHsett and W. K. Feather-1
stone of Hamilton were guests at j
the Cranbrook Sunday last
A. McKenzie     of Spokane, M. Mac-
donald    of Coal Creek, H. H. Grant |
of Fernic, und p.  McBridc of Winni
peg were at Oranbrook Tuesday.
K. Leslie of Montreal, J. McKenzie i
of Nels0n and H. K. Davis of London I
were registered at the Cranbrook j
Sunday last.
Repeat It—"Shlloh's Cure will al- j
ways   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
Indian Agent R. L. T. Galbraith
and Constable Joe Walsh of Fort
Steele weie ut Oranbrook Monday on
legal business.
irinii Un- Salvation Aruij   for it nodal  lo
in- in-hi  mm  tlu> Mini.   KmaliPi'  aiinou	
inriitu ii,-m   ivcek
Utii-kj   MniiniiMii  rhiipl"!'  It.   V    M. Iiold
ii     ivgular   n lily   cnuvix'iiiinn   in   Die
chniitnr room  of llm  SIohuiiU' 'IVinpIn   on
.1.  I gal  of  Itlnirinoi'i
il    U.M'llllf      .Ml<l    I,      I'iiu,'
Repeat  it   "Mhlloh's Curt* will   always   cure   my   cuughi   and   CoWfl."
Mr   I'lti'lHi.liin   li-it   iiii  Weill emlnj n <-\
liivHh     for     Toi-o •nn-.--    li   Is
Im I   thai   hn   Mill   nun   Hi Mi'  iiruiy
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■
IX. y Winning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE-FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
********************** **********************
********************** ***************
*
!
,1. Brett of Moyie, .1. W. Smith „f
Halifax, li. II. McKny "f Winnipeg,
and P, W, Chalmers l(f Vancouver
were guests at, the Oranbrook Monday.
An illustrated photograph from
Bpokuoo shows a. c, Bownoss nti
Burt VnnDecnt' riding on tho water
wagon. They must have hinrd "Billy Sunday's' farewell sermon.
til, McDonald of SpoKinu; w. M,
Orlfflth of BaytlOH Lane; J. A. Mc-
Craclten nf Platsburg, N Y.; and w.
Carlio of Fort Bteolo wore registered
Mt the Oranbrook Tuesday.
I.    Culi'i    Spol     I'    II.>!l      .li
lt. B Raymond, Rniisli Columbia
representative ,,f the UK LAVAL
i'HKAM SHJPAUATOH CO , was hero
the beginning of the week doing lilisl
iiish with their local agentii. I'atnioiv
Bloit The l)K LAVAL SKI'AUAT
(>B is sold In nil countries of the
Olobo and Is alwayn recoKnlsofl as tho
standard. Over Mne million maPllllles
are now Iu Ui*.
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sold only l>y
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439-441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B.C.
WHITE   POtl   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE.
Branch Store   413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C.
Georfre  Welch,   Sellinir   Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.   Business.
lir. I'linwn iii'iivi'itii nn Inspiringi
nildrosB mi I.0C11I ii|iiinii in the Moth-
,,ilist I'liiii'i-li uii Monday lust to n
IhTO' uiillii'iiiiii. lln told nl lii« in
tcrviow with tlie ixuvornmcnt, nnil Ih
conllik'til thnt n raeaBUro will be
I........1.I .1..,,.,. 1.. ii,,, ,,„..,. r..t...... nn.
Musical Treat
tlir  ni'iii- future up
iko
lllllllllll    IlllWII    III    im-    ll> IU     lllluii.    u|'
111 HiIh Important inuttov. Ho spoki
highly ul Prince Itupnrt; the people
there declare thoy want no license,
lli-\ .   R,   IlllKlll'H   Will   Visit Wns,,   nil
Mniiiiiiy tho 22nd ol this month and
linlil sorvlco thoro.
Ropont it "Bhlloh'fl Cure will always   euro   my   coughs   and   colds."
Telegraph operators throughout the
pralrlo provinces .,11 nil linos are
signing n monster petition to pnrlln-
moot lor an eight hour law Tho pro
amble declares thnt many wrecks are
.Im-   I,,   Ihe liH't  thai   ,,|ii'i'iii..rs   are
duo   to   lh.  "■
over worked   W
employed nt  11 station, I
cnlly mi duty all tl"' tlmi
only one ninn
IHlli
.1     lln
It 1
Tliu pi.ii|iln    wli.i uiii'iiili'il  Un. musical
 1 Inn   in     tin-  Mi-ilimllsl   i-liiiri-li  given
ii..   m.iii.i   1 Mis. ri.iiii  ni iin- Haiva-
1i1.11   Army,   nil]   mil   si    hi'  liirgottnti,
11 .m.i  tn'1'iinlimn I liml lln' iili'iisiiri-ni
lieai'lng illiltly jnni|ili. say, lt'n ihe tii.si
ever proill I In dniiilirniili.
Tills  is  11,1 1I1111I1I   nil  imi -fiKillW  tiling
itir 1 in- itn'iil i-iii-|ih lii'i-c, which ih sn
...null
't'lii'     1 ItltlR  h\   Mrs.   Plant   was  liuu'li
iipiirecliiloil nmi  tills  was shown tiy the
I11111I   nl'lilii    The   Major   told   ul    tile
1 .\    un  In. Im.I  visited uiul    Hi"
I iliiii-iii.-i .11  tin. liiiTi'ii'tii   nalloas nmi
iin- um in- explained things hrnllglit the
Iii.iisii iiinii, uuii imighior.
•Ilinl.i  llir ■i.iliilri.-s   In,i,i  1 1   vlslleil
.mil lii" lii'inil 1I11I incHSUgl! "I .Ii'iiHS uiul
In-    In."   Im ii'nclnlllletl   In   llii'lii'ii-
llu
lln
1.1
inin
.1    K       Smith and A.  Miiiiiinli     nl
1 Wnnliii'i  wen' iii town Monday.
11 - 1 Im 1  mil lunch Hi" hearts nt 1111111,
1 1 I'liiiiiii'ii nmi bring tiii'in luu'k
in      li.nl  nmi    limn,.11  u'liim  umlilnn etiu-
i' .11     tli".     imi I ■. s  gi'enl   ability,
niul  i. i-iiiil   lluil   H....V   hIiiiII       11
THIS I'llllHI'l.iCTlllt IH Aid. RK1HT
AllVIHI'l YOUR  KHII'INDS  AND
I.KT TIll'lM  I'AUTKHI'ATH.

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