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Array "1 In-. Am.
Vol. ir>.
CRANBROOK,   ll.C,   SATURDAY,   .1A XI r.\ l\'Y   HO    w'Oi)
•V<>>. i
AFTERCOAL
Four   American   Uoads
Would Enter Flathead
Country
Kniii' lobbies, I'oproacntlnK railway
interests which will book entrance t«.
the INnthOftd river vnlloy, nro n ,w
organising at tho hotel Vnncoiivei
preparatory to waging Btromiuua of
lorta    tor   socurlng the tav0r of tho
legislature at tho present bohm   Tho
lines represented nro tho Qrent North
ciii, tlu> Hnrrimnn roads, Corn In in
connection with the C. V, R., anil tho
Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul railway. The nominal applicants afo
lirltlsh subjects but they are merely
acting for American transcontinental
lines,
A charter covering tho route hum
the international boundary through
the Plathoad vnlloy to n point on tho
Crow's Nest branch of tho U.P.li. Is
already la existence, having boon
granted to the Southoast Kootonny
railway. It Is understood that this
company will put up a vigorous Rghl
ngalnBt nil applications, Tho promo-
tors of this lino are nearly till Canadians who say they are now about
completing financial arrangements tor
the stnrting of construction of tho
r0ad during tho coming summer nnd
have turned down scvoral odors from
American transcontinental people.
.James J, Hill plans to build n
branch line ninth from Delti n, a
station ia the main line in .Montana
to enter British Columbia vlu the
Flathead river valley, crossing the I
frontier at n point nearly tine lain i
ilreil miles east of Gateway where his \
existing line into tho Crow's Nest district crosses the boundary. Besides
tapping the coal and lumber regions
throughout this district ho will make
coun9ctions with his northern termiiv
als at Pernio and Michel. The proposed line would effect u saving ol
10U miles in the haul of coal and e„ke
to Battc, as prepared with tho pre
sent branch via Qatoway.
I). C. ('oihin plans to extend the
lino he has already built from Michel
to McGlllivray In a southeast dlrcc
tloti to Butte. This work was entered upon to obtain a markot for th
product of the coal claims ho has at
Michel. Holding seventeen claims he
plans the expenditure of a milUi n
dollars on their development and
seeks an easy entrance to the Butte
market for his dml and coke
Mr. (*nrbin is also heavily interested in coal nnd oil lands near the
boundary which would bu tapped by
the new line. His connection with tin
C.P.R. would also mean that his road
w0uld be a connecting link between
the Canadian Pacific system and con
trnl Montana, enabling the latter to
square up with the Great Northern,
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul rnnd seeks to build from its
main line at a point west of Missoula, Mont., before striking the international boundary it will traverse a
rich and undeveloped portion of ter
ritory including tho Flathead Indian
reserve. The proposed llnki from tin
main line t„ the British Columbia
border Would be about 100 miles In
length. This route would als,, afford
a shorter haul to the Montana smelters than that nMw enjoyed by the
Great N,,rthern with Fornio nnd Michel. The officials of the Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul have latorly
been Investigating a number of Im
Portant coal propositions in tho Flat
head country at prices varying from
$500,000 to $1,01)0,000. The management is credited with tho intention of
securing a supply of coal for its new
transcontinental system, efforts to
purchase satisfactory Coal lands in
Wyoming and other adjacent utntoe
having proved unsuccessful. A high
official of the Chicago, Milwaukco fi
St. Paul, Who was here this week
from Seattle, stated that, every Am
erleaa transcontinental line, as :i
moosure of self protection, will soon
be dependent <n lUnst Kontrnay for
its coul supply. The American Coal
produced in tho west was far inferior
in steaming <|Uoltttes, while British
Columbia coke was Indlspensablo to
the \meriean smelters west of Mis
BOIlH liver. Interests (dose to the
managomont of tho Chtcngo, MUwati
Ireo and Ht. Paul have also son! trust
off agents to the Flathead liver vul
ley to report on tho area or conl
lands with a view to engaging In
cool mining as a private enterprise.
J. B. Farrell, K. H. Hnrtmnn's
lieutenant, is said to have an Idea oi
building Into southciiBt Kootrnay
The project is t , extend the Utah
Northern, a Hnrrimnn roud, from rtil
ver Uow junction, near Butto through
Montana to tho intornntlonal hound
ary, a distance of about 2X0 miles
and tin nee into the coal fields. If
the Hill interests are unsuccessful In
securing a charter and Hnrrinn n wins
out at Victoria, the Utah Northern
eittnsion will give him a shorter
haul by 150 miles than that afforded
by the present Hill line from Crow's
Nest district t0 tho Great Northern
limin line. The Harrimen rond n iv
extends from Salt Lake ('By to Mil
ver BoW Junction and wnuld cross fi
other transcontinental roads before
Striking Canadian territory. Survey
(>rs have already been oVOf the r«ute
and, it is said, that tho location of
Btirvcys will be rushed to crmplotton
early this Bprlng in order that con
Htnictimi work may be undertaken
without a moment's delay.
Mr. Hnrrimnn prefers t, build
through southoast Kootonav tin lot
his own charter. With characteristic
astuteness he is said to have foreseen every possibility in his fight with
.1   .T. Hill and to have taken the pre
caution to    arrange for the purchase
,,i another charter should nocessarlly
City Council
Meeting
At ;i conforonco .»r tho New West \
minster board ol trade and <"ity
L'uuuril   this  uinl'uinr.  D.   D.   Mann   nl
tho   Rnnnilltin Northorn Bnld tlmt u«i   A rtisiilnr monthly mootlnii ol   tho
..„n  iiH   ho    returned from ii nst city council wns hold In tho   council
ho    would roi'ommeiid nluolnt tculn chamber on Wodnoadny ovonlnit,
oeiH nt work llnitlly loontlnu n lino to Thoro    wore    proson!   hut worship
tho  soiint,    Ho Bitld tho lino    would Mayor     I'hik, nnd   Aldormon Hunt,
probably tmvorso tho rloh Prnsor vnl ' Homlcrson, Rynn nnd Bnkor.
ley    crowing    tho rlvor nti tho New     Rooords   ,,(    lnsi   regular n ting
WobI stor brldgo,  Whon tho oom- wore    to«il    and on moll0n ol aMor
pnii)    rommtnenl building ho hunod men    Hynn nnd Hcndor«0n approved
to nmlntnln the company's record ol "ltd adopted no read
,1 mile u dny,  Ho Bnld that provlouo The following communication Itoni
iv    tho   Cntintllnn Northorn hud re the iocrotnry ol tho lire brigade, w.
colvod no financial nsulBtnnini lor any M. Morrla, wuh read
linns In this provlnco, inn nil nsaur- Tho city Oounoll,
.line ol    aid lii the iii'ur future bud Crnnbronk, II. ('.,
linn given liv tho promlom both    ol "cur Kirs:    I am Inotruotod by tho
tho Dominion mid ol Hrltluh Oolum- Oranbrook Fire Department to    aok
hin, ' y.iii to hove a bylaw regarding gaso-
line tanks,    and tho storing ol gnso-
lino mid othor oxploslvcs within the
The  Hov'* Hriuntle ri,y llmtta' ""''"s' oniorcod, lor tho
I lie   Ullj >»  mi^.iut.        protootlo dromon who may have
-  "   * tn   ontor    tin' building during a lire
Tin' following    company order Ims Trusting  this   mattoi     will   rocolvo
boon iBsucd,    all mombors ol tho bri- your careful attention,
godn nro requested to tako noto nnd i remain y.,11■ truly,
govorn   thcAnsolvcs  accordingly;   The w. M. Morris, Secy.
Hist Crnnbrook Brigade will aBsomblo it    w„s moved by aldermen Rynn
n imin'li  uiilei' on Saturday, Pobru- nnd Henderson that tlr cblel ,,r pol-
nry lilli at one p.m. sharp, nt    tho ice bo    Instructed to wee that provi
gyinnuBium.   Tho corpornla under tho sin'is    nl snld   bylaw be carried out,
direction     ol sergeant I)   Wilson will and Ihnt copies ol said bylaw be deserve their respective squads from the ltvered   to    all dealers nnd users oi
equipment, lockers n. few minutes pre- gasoline   end     oils and other explo-
vious    to tho time of assembly.      All s'ives.    Carried.
clotlies   to    lie    brushed   and boots The Following communication    was
cleaned.   Hoys who were permitted to received    from     tho provincial secre*
take     their     uniforms homo ucc ro- tnry.
quested   to bring them lor this occn- city Olerk,
si,,n.   'I'h ipnny     will    march Oronbrool\
'.liidiicli tho city, nnd will altorwnrds | have tho honor to state for   Hie
be photographed at Blnnlng's studio. lnlormati°n of Ids worship the May
After the photograph lins been tnken,,,r    and   council tli.it Messrs. .la-nes
tho     company will return in parade Hcndorson  (oidorninn) and  .lames II.
i.rdei  to the gymnnsltmt where     the CnBlako,   have  been  appointed   nienv
cqtilpmcnt     will be returned to     the bets or the board .,f lisccnalag    com-
lockors; boys   are therefore requested mlsslcnci'B,     and that Messrs. James
nut to tot'got to bring tlielr ordinary Ryan (Alderman)     nnd     Daniel     J.
hats or     caps with thorn when   they | Johnston    have been nppoltul   niein-
assoinble. bers    of tho board of commissioners
C. o. Main, Captain. ,,f Police for the city of Oranbr0ok.
R, Hushes, Sub Captain: 1 am sir.
.  Your obedient servant,
H.   13,   YOUNG.
Married Provincial Secretary.
Moved by Aldermen llunl and Baker that, the comlnllliicat k n lie rocolv-
Al     the Methodist parsonage     en ed and filed.
Monday morning Inst, James Walling- ',-,,,.   'flnaiico   committee     reported
ton Kerr, and Mnrgnrot L. Cay worO||,(lla t|l thp umo,mt o( 12,570,71), and
anile,l in holy matrimony by the Rev. rcCon-,mcn(|Gt) that the same bo paid.
11. Hughes.   The    ceremony was wit- rt,    wnB    moved bv aldermen Hunt
nesseil by 11 few intlinnte friillds. |inll  |,.lhrl. tnat m.(.0„nt  r]( p>tn*.t Mer
  ca-.ti'n lie paid, May,,r Kink not vot-
ln tho Metliodist. church on Monday ins.
ifteriiooii at  Ilircc thirty Albert    Jo- Moved by Aldermen Hunt nnd Baker
soph     Groa,   formerly of Crnnbrook, that    tho    accounts as presented by
now    residing     ut Fort Steele    and the finance committee nut   otherwise
Miss   Jane  Uylo,   also Snniuol Cud dealt with be paid.   Carried,
icux nnd     I'lniily Lylo   of Wasn were The question of a new public school
united     In   holy mntrimnny by     the was discussed, and city, solicitor   in
pastor of the chitrch.   The indies are formed tho council that be had inter-
sisters,    and are from Cardiff, Wales, viewed the trustees, and was inform-
iiid nt tills double wedding they each cd that the plan of the Pernio school
signed tho others marriage certificate would probably be used,
•is witnesses.    Mr.  and Mrs. (Irez will It     was moved  by aldermen  Baker
reside at Pott Steele, nnd Mr.     nnd and  liyan that:  "Whereas the school
Mrs. Cndiotix at Wasa, board has requested tho council     to
   '— pincc n bylaw     before the ratepayers
t„ raise $50,000 for the erection of a
Our New Post Office, when? new   schooih0uu, ami whereas   the
Council are Informed and believe that
—" the provincial     government  arc    prc-
Whon in     Crnnbrook Hon. William pared to make a giant ,,l $12,500   as
remplemnn said that plans were be- their    share in   the said sum. Thoro-
'11s     made   f,,i'   n new postolllce for loro members of the c0uncll dOBlro   to
Crnnbrook.   Our   (lilt friends   might' place themselves on  record as ready
is'-' the    government as to the cause and willing to submit to tho rntopay-
it the delay in culling for tenders for ors a bylaw to raise $37,500 for   the
the long promised postolllce. erection of a new school house,   and
that they arc  willing to hold special
meetings    for said put pose, and   th.-
m.i...  11 D.Hn.i,,.i council regret that the members    ol
Make It Perpetual tho „,.,,,„! boar„, though invited, re-
 ,1  ; fuse to attend the meetings of coun
PROPOSAL   TO HOLD MARATHON ell 0r     to lay any detailed estimate
    .....,.,, , .. before the council as required by the
RACK IN KNCI.AM) ANNUALLY. School Act.
—o— Moved by aldermen Hunt an 1 Bnk-
To establish     an nn liial Marathon or that leave be granted to introduce
race, over the    Olympic cnurse, from bylaw No, 50 being cited us the tcm-
Windsor castlo t0 the Stadium. : pornry loan bylaw of 1909.
To  make  the event perpetual     and Moved by  Aldermen  Hunt and  Ha1'
open to the world. or that bylaw- No. .ru> be read a first
To give as a  prize 11  trophy Valued , timi.    Moved      that  bylaw  No.  "ill be
at (2,600, rend a second time.
This, briefly,     is the proposal out- The council then  resolved  int,,     a
lined by J.  M. Andrew, an executive [committee,     of the whole with     the
member of the   Polytechnic Harriers, Mayor in the chair tn consider    by
London.     Knglnnd, in a recint letter law No. 5G clause by clause.
to  J.  Howard Crocker, of Muntrcnl, On rising Aldermen Hunt and Hidi
who was manager    ol tho Canadian [or m0ved that it being necessary   to
Olympic team. expedite  the   passase  of  bylaw   N'o.51,
His majesty   King Edward already that,   leave    be granted to introduce
Ims sanctioned the start of the race said bylaw for Its thiid loading,
from     Windsor Park, and Ounndinns Bylaw No. 50 was then real a third
are     1 specially invited to sen I rcpre- time,
scntativcs to compote. Moved    by    Aldormon    Baker nnd
Mr. Andrew's     letter nlso contains Hunt that bylaw  No. :.",. be,n:   tho
the kindest possible reference to   tho early    closing bylaw, lie roennsidored
Canadians    wnn visited Bngland   lor and finally pnasod and adopted,
the world  famous games with cspec M,,vcd by Aldermen Baker end Hunt
inl  mention  of  Archibald,  and  Ken, that tho city clerk In   instructed     to
and     als,,     tlie most outspoken nnd publish bylaw No. "'.I us required   by
damaging opinion of the conduct    of tho Shops Regulation Act.
the     "unprincipled nun" composing Moved by Aldeinn 11 ityuii and Ibi'-'
the managers nnd members of tho nth- or that    tho c.nrt of revision ,,! the
letic    team   sent over by the United corporation of tho city ol Crnnbrook
States. bo held on tho               dny ol March.
It Is a matter of great moment to 1909, ut 1.0.80 o'clock (local tinici   at
Canadians that Mr. Crocker and   th'j the council chambers,  Oranbrook,  B,
young nun representing our B0mlnlcn ('., „nd that notice of tho same    bo
at the Olympic games wore able     to published, in the ll. c. ll.iZit.te     and
make     sink  a  remarkably  favorable tho Crnnbrook     Herald    Thai     tho
impression oil  their British hosts. Court of     revision c ,11.list of tllo fnl-
The (net  that they were Canadians lowing mombors     tho Mayor, Alder
had vory little to do with tho making men     Hunt,  lb ndcra a, Ryrti     nnd
of so enviable a reputation. But Hint Jackson.
fact     does make such 11 Btati  ol nl- Moved by  Aldermen Hunt uiul Ball
fairs even more haPPy and desirable, nr thai  the Arc an I police committee
Proverbs,     plays and literary works be inatructtd     to make nri'nngetn nl
inn I'nblo have been wiitlin to «x-   to secure a public p d
enquiry tho met  that "11 good n line The clerk     was Innttiicted t,, write
is     rather     to bo chosen thai great t„ ||.  >\|,  Biirrtll "I   Vancouver,   the
riches,"     and that honor is the 0nly I government, and to Cnlgnty ro secur
thing in life worth striving for. ins the services ,,f a competent civil
Tho Canadian team have proved engineer to Inspect aid report the
Oils lieloi'e the world, and Canada is waterworks syatcm and the best me
now reaping golden opln'ons because i.|i,,(| 0| placing n soworngo system In
of the actions of her sons.   Tho     re- Crnnbrook.
suiting good cannot be over-estlinnt-1   On motion of Aldermen Rynn    and
ed. ' Raker, the council adjourned at 10.45.
SENSATION
Promised
Says tiung Operates In
Western (iiinuilst
Wil Inn a row iluyH t lie nn n l-ullHPCl
in tho munlor ■•! Mihh Hnjj.i »i IClk
horn,    will    l»o put  en trhil,   K\t
SlUCO thO iTitin- 111" \'\<<\ ill I til |)()llC0
havr  lid 11   Wot'klllK   1111   tin   1 a 11       an !
tin Ii :. Caiman u imctl  Kl'iileonKu,
htivo ,\\ last g„t 1 ti tho trail "i tho
miii'dorow, Kt'nfeon o wnn q tnombei
of a Buns thnl cunimlticd tlepv il i
tlun« of nil Minis throuichnut vroitern
('uiia'ln but wuh n.j nl Klkhorti nt
t.lu< thno nl th1-1 111111 dor. lie is now
1I1 an.i'. tlmo iii the Mnnltnhu I"' ilton
tinrv uiul Ims confoaaotl tho wllolo nf
fall'.
Tin1 nun implicated in tiio murdoi
aii' now Horvinji short torma tor inin
,,r crimen mil, it is uHokoiI tlio nam
on uf tlie guilty parties nro I'owoll,
Blako nnd Hnna0u, mid II is bolieved
tlie former tired the fntnl shot One
ul' thOBO iiii'ii is now in LethbrldRO
Police bnerncks, atiitbr is id Kenjrn
while tin1 third is in Winnipeg.
To thoso crooks arc traced many
crimes, IncliuMng a $2U0O fur robbery
at Kiinii'a, safo-broaking nt St, ni*
ami ReutiseJolr, hottso brenklng at
Winnipeg and many minor crimes.
Tho I'nnVssi, n (,f KrnfocnVo is lln
bio tn reopen tho Lennox murder case
us tho police claim to huvn im 'ot'tanl
new evidence, cspeclnlli rognrdlni! tho
rev,ilver which killed Lo 100X end
which Kruteonko swore to givfn* to
Rogers. Sensational dcvelu imonts In
theso    two    cases will In- announced
What    Trustees    Have
Done
From the reports ol the city conn
cil meeting hold nit Wednesday even
)i\K it Would seem ns if the trustees
were soniowhat lax In Informing tin
council nf what was being di no In the
matter ,,f the new school building
But  we tire informed that this i* nol
the case    The trustees have I n   in
communlc it ion wii ii the provincinl
govermmnt, and while Informed thai
it grant w(lnlil in- given, nothing pof
itively olhcinl was received unti Pri
day. In it ■<• no |i()Sii ivc loforniotion
could hav been given d, the council
<H Its losi nii'i I Ul::. 'i lr l.-.a.,,-,.lf;
letter is self nxplauatory
ti. T. Uogers,  ISsq.,
Secretary   Scli.,,,1   Itnanl.
Crnnbrook,   It   C,
Sir, Willi reference to cosl of pre
posed new rchool bulldiny nt Crnn
brook, 1 1 eg to Inform you tlmt tin
depnrtmi n will mnke a gr nl of
$15,01111 1 Kin ecu thousand) towards
the biiil-l n . Tho estimated cost ,,l
luiildiii: fi r wituii this grant is niudi
being ?-60,flO0, The government grant
is nboul HO per cent., ul' the total
cost.
I have tin hi n ir to be,  Sir,
Y,,ur obedient  servant,
AI HXANDK !   U013INHON,
Piipcrlntrndent of IDducntlne
Prom tlie abovi letter it would
sepia a-4 'f tin trustees had been •iitltt
busy, nnd very fortunate in gctti if
such a laree grant fr m tho provin
clal government, nnd are to bo con
gratnlnted. We trust th it tho by
law will now be placed before the pen
pic. at 1 n-'.   for  their approval.
Honor for Mr. Taft
HIi: Wild, UK MADE     A KUKK MA
SON   AT  SI CUT
t'incinn it i, Fob. 'I The grand mas
tor of Ohio Masons, Charles S. t-los
kin3on of Znnesville, has tendered ti
William Howard Taft, president elect
of the t nltcd States, the rare Bn
high It,<noi oi being a mascn at Bight.
.Indue Taft hns accepted nnd wil!
return to Cincinnati on 'fbursday
Feb. is when the grand master will
convene a distinguished company o
Masons In the Scottish rite cntlied
ml and cxcrclsi the high prct'oRntivi
which belongs only to a grand mastoi
(if masons. The lion r Is so rarolj
conferred     that  there is but a s'n/W
, instance of      it   i tl record in tin       101
years of the history of masonry In
Ohio, when in 1S021 Asa Bushmill 0
Springflolc, was made n mat on ;.t
sight. Pomo months ogo, In fuel bi
[|,re .Indue Tuft's nomination for the
presidency, a deairo to bec0me ti mn
sob was oxprorised by him to past
grand master William B Mellsh and
sLTietnry Jacob T Brownell, wbi
with past grand innstor Levi C
(loodnte united in a petition to grand
master II,is1 ins. n  t,,     honor   Judge
Tail       by   mnkfng   hiia   a   Mas  n      -,,■
sight.
Earl Grey I'oi  India
< Ottawa. .Inn -" I) ' stated lien
that the visit ul Karl Moi'loy, brotli
or In law oi Kail lire/, who arrived
here to day, 1 in ci nnoctlnn with the
probable tran*fci of Kail Gray to th
vlcornyshlp ,,)' Indin,  Lord  Mhito ile
lll'lng  to retire 0wlng   t,,  III   health.
London, ■Ian 'in Kail Grev, it 1
I'liinorod, Is 1-0.ar in lad 1. a. vac
rny. Kail Moilry, his brother in law
has boon hi nt to 'it lawn to c, mmiM
him.   K.ri Mint . Ih retiring owing t<
< ill bonltb.Loi'd Northcote will Hueccn'
Karl Grey,
WILL  MKKT  AT SMATTLK
Kansas city, Fob 3 Seattle will b
, tho scene of the fourth .innual con
vontlon of the National Ifitllloilal "■
Isoclntion en July 19.
Koolcnav
Presbyter}
im     Tliomlny  nost  nl   I  p.Ill      Hi
ITi-i-l,, It-ry ,,1 Kniil, n ,\ Will uonvi u
III   III.'      s. Ii,„,l   r.mlll   ,,(   Knnl  rllllirl,
n    tn   K-i iitnr si'inl nliniiiil   ii tini".
I' l| I  i   ,,l    l i-.i'lllj    liillll-.li.rs    mi i
null nis lire expected tn bo prom lit
nun, nil xvi-r Kooti ii i> county I,
■i.i.l11      i,, tin. |0cii| ii„ ii.  ii v   i,
i   VVilHoti,     Kupcrintanilent  t.l hume
nn-. * fur ll  r , In   .1, Ii, ,Mn -..in
pi'lnclpnl ,,[ Wostmlruter im 1, V in
cuttver; unil In ,1 (1. Bh urot', chnli
man ,,i the Muriil nnil Sn lltl Kef in,
iiillillllll I   tIn-   I'li'SliMillnll cliu.ch
..i I'nimln. nro ulso cxpocttd i,,    nl
1,11,1
< nr ,,l   tho      in,,i-l   im niltnllt     unit
tori to In' ootiHiilereil is the ilctnlloi
iiiinii-ii'iiii'iii;. t,, lie inmlo t,,i ill ov
niiut'iistif cumpui^n umlor the luidor
Bllip "I in. ,1. Wilbur I h.,| 111. II nn
Mr. i linrli's M. Alcxnn ler 'I Ims
inimiiis eviingollste, wllh t\ bund o
prcucti in: in the li'iiilnii; ci ntrea ,,
limn -,i wot'i-.i rs. will b|i, nd f, in wee .
tho Kii,,t,iiny. 'Ihla wurh is to li,
followed up hy n enmpuien In nil tin
other nn its In tin- prcnbytory in
Which mill Ini'lll lllilllstl'l- will In
holped by another who Ii is m.ccln
a, lllty nnd oxperb nee. in i liapinau'i
catnpuign is nn Intoidenom n itiona
,,im ;iutl ii is hoped other chitrchei
will plan n Blnillur lollow up cum
Pniun in their respective churches
The people of Kootou ly nn n ,t nsl;
nl for niiy special monoy c, ntt'lhu
in n for the work, A Few wonltli!
niul KcneroiiB men mi- linancinij It,
li ,n^li of coarse tin,so who benefl
will no expected to do whnt  thoy an
I'lie niorninK nnd nftom mi bcbbioii
will be devoted lo routine Work n-
[iiirts of cotuniittees, &c. t n Tllesdnj
evening tin Presbytery will meet i,
comtnlttccs, On Wctliusdny evening i
panlfc mcetln i will be held in tli
church i„ bo addressed by [lev. ii. A
Wilson, A. Kinuiiiri' and probably
llr. Shearer. Tho oIofc nf Hie nicot
Ing, the presbytery will be entertain
id by tin- I,Mill's ,,( Hi,' cotigregntioi
in Hi- si-li,,, Irooin.
'iiocnix   l-olice Nab  Desper
adocs
MAY Al.Sn IIK CHAHCIBD WITI
Mi'i'liHU (,!.' I'll \K1.KS T1IUMI,;
AT  MIIUVZV.
I'hui'iiix. II. ('., I'M. 1 A st'llsn
ti, n il capture uf tin- IliidcBviile lmn
ilits was made yesterday wlten Mil
and ('love Newuinn nn I II' n Hnr
wore Inndod behind the Inns. 'lln-.
.viii- nii'si'd by iliii'l coiiatabie bun
bury nnd constable Dockstoader o
t-hoonlx, nssiutcd by tho doputy slim
i in ,,i Oka 'itgan   county, Wn-li.,     nl
Ol'oVillO,   Unsli.,   n   t,,wn   Close   III til.
boundary lino 7u niilcs west ,,f iure
111,, in,, .-iir clinrnctcrs ,,f bad rccon
ninl in ih,'it- arrosl tin- police beiievi
that thoy huvc nol only Iho Mriih ,
.ill„ bandits landed, but tin' desper
nl ,es win, hold up Charles Thomot'
liutel nt Midway and inurdorcd lln
|,r,,|irii'ti.i' Aiil'iisI 2.'., lilllS, .- ml Hi
perpetrators ,,f n scries ,,( holdup
ilong ill" bound iiy lino wosl of liori
during 'In- Insl yonr.
Tin- Cnnndian police nnind,d th
bandits   up    nt   Oreville, but nn nc
- it ,,[ linin: mi American torntor.
were i liable t,, nrrest. Hy n clovei
ruse, however, tin' ci nstablcs go
lat't i-ceing in the direction ul tht
'ntiudinn boundary uiul one acr0st
b- line quickly mutle n captare, bu
nut wit In,in nn exciting passage o
nn.-, Marl lie iil' armed with nn au
tomntic revolver, und defying cap
eure. The Newman brothers were tnk
,n nt (in,villo hy the Okanagan coun
>v deputy sheriff, one In in a ti
double ncth n gun nnd the other     i
il.rt wns brought to Grecnwooi
nil and has since tinned kind's evl
lmn'. (onfcsslng t" cunstahles Hun
' mry ."iul Doc':stcnder liis guilt ,,f tin
'ipdi'sville holdup, nnd iinplicutini
tho two Newman's, The trio nniWe
the description ,-i the Midway hand
Hs, Constable D„ckstcadcr but to
ilny n, nrni ige for tile cxtrnditii n o
the Nowmnns.
Jnn mry   2. Bridesville, an Isolntee"
iamb I  , n 'In- boundary lln • win vi
ted   l V   li ui.wn.ti.t'i   niul   Hie      Hi. ,
Northein mil I o.te ii , n I tin iton
icepei were held up, th ■ Qrcnl North
■ in company oiler ti ■ n big rowan
,i- tin- , nptiire ol Hi - li ildtip im ti ' ui
ho n ibt ol .v.ii-ii.-t 2;.. Tl ct's li i
i-l   Wa«   It   W   up,   Hi"   pr,,,.rirt,,l   lul.nl
v wmiiii I d ..ml . hortlj bef  mi Mi
icondn hotel »., held up Tllo pollc
hclii vo ih -y hnvo a desperate in,,
Monto Cristo
Till'; BMINIONT ACTDU KIIKIIHII
H 1%  I I.AIIKK In MUNTIO iTHSTn
til -■ ii--.- ..nn n„ ipl.n 'nl rcc„rd ol
Mr   f. ,1 licit r;„i',' who will  ippru
i Hi i.'ieri li -n ' n M "'li, 12 will
his oxci'llenl  company    fine Venrsp-
-mil'. ,ui- mi'll I,, nnI,,.n Inl n Mai
, ll    ,     I'nllllll!   lllnll   -II   Hi     "Hell   ,,1   ,-
Scan Inl," I .v., years uppoi I 'ti" Tin,;,
u Koene, Hi- irronl tragedian in
"Bhnkcspcro lloportolre;" ono year
ih loudlny tnnlt supporliitH McKo
liaii'iln nnd Nnuco O'Nell    tlirco v.-.r
 i, ii ni   I'Toieuco   Si   ii-   tin-    »'"ll
known    iictrosB   ,,i the In-  sin-i
i',, playing between Minneapolis nnd
■i I'mii m iinesotn, din n Hi
whole    cngagcmenl nl the Motropoll
.    ,, ,n   ,■ ■•   m   I'.,n'      ii l Hi- m (r.
jliuliiaii and Lyceum thoatro, Minncu
'apollB.
A WRECK
on the  Road
What a collision means
to the man on the
road
"I jn-t droppc' in i,, toll v.,n Hi ,i
he coi'i nor's Jury hu ox n in toil in i
nun ,,11 blame fm th- wret The)
nr going i,, h,,l,l tlm block towi i
until "
I h ■ ,,',1 .n.-in.-i-i      turned  In-    pnin
Irnw i in.-.- toward      A  white cap
..-.I nurse gently brushed buck tho
iilil h ors It.nn bis (orehcad
"Til, n .   y,,u,' iniss,"   lie  said,   "n „l
'on, t  -tr, [,,i   tin- - ,, ,i news      1
•now thoy     cotili'n't  i l,,in,- it , n me
i"-.ilis,. il   wns villi,- ,,t   Mentnl    I'ool
'.ii.iv.  lu-'il  toll  >,,ii     t,,,,.  if    in-
in- ulive. 'All wliii,-'' |„- -h mted
•■lr it we came round tin- curve, i ml I
:nve him Iho answer, 'All whitol' and
Hilled hoi wide opi n Then we -ttiu-i,
li" empties , u  iln- -i,line nnd   well.
v.iii kn,,w tho rest." llr wiped n
"ini'l in.' bund across li s eyes ns   u
trylnc t,i blot ,,ui  Kome li ,rrlhlc    vl
Binn.
His i-yt's begun I,, spurklc and ., Int
■f color Unshed Into ins pale rheoks,
'I suppose y, it li'll, w.- think I npcn
'd  ilor up nnd  went   Ipto Hi iSC li ,Xes
hist lor fun." A smile iitt,,i overh'a
IPs. mid thru In- grew sorinltH. "Snv
'id ii ever c mo tn vour in ml that
n     ' ng ii't'i*     might   11- as anxious
ilinilt   his own lib' ns b ■  i. „: mil   11,
Ives nl th iBO     »h . nn mini;  In hind
liin "   My wit,,   i ml   utl 1 10   ,| .n't
■•mi suppose my life counts foi s n
liine witli tlmni '•
"Hi I yon over stop to Hi n't     whal
i' illislon iil-- Hint nt Minlor means
'ii   the    , nginccr?   .lust try to llgure
ourself hi his place. II, rldos in four
qunro    (n't ,,f enb r n, sitrrot ninl
ly it muss nt levers, rods nnil.the like
Alien,1 ol him is nb,nit three miles u
boiler pipe, carrying 200 pounds ,,i
Btcnm presBiiro nnd enough hot wntoi
i, cook Hn- moot ,,II liis li, n -s
n n lilfy Clntli line nl his Imck is
.," nu null,,ns ,,( water niul 2G.000
inu-iils ,,f nnil. I'll ler bitn is 200,000
pounds ni engine, nnd behind there i ■
nn,nun pound "I train. Utogethor he
s     running     along ahead nf .situ,nun
lounds nf steel, hnrdw I t nil bmss
mid in in eighty pound mil I y three
iiinr,,.|s of nn Inch of wheei flange.
"Why, when , no ,,l thoBe big Hits
inn battleships tired n br0ndslde ul
Im .lupuiicso tho whole thin- um
Hinted uiily tn 2-1.000 p,,umls. -,, tlm
'npits -nv. Ami thai 2I.UHI' pounds
ravelling ci In miles n minute would
I fill' ,-i Jnpnncso ship eight miles
way  with .nt impact  , nlv , tie tenth
if the Inn-      wo llll   tlm empties      nl
Mentor.
"til i ae I was tl n-i r   and
hoy ,l-i Inl , n um.   Thin, is     nl
fays n lot ol ti if lull, nboul engin
I'm Imviii; tltf lives nl scvcrnl lmn
In -I people in their hands. Thnt'f nil
cry 11 tin. but you <li n't wnn'. t,,
overlook the fuct tlmt th- engineer's
:ife is right there along with the oth
us. We nil take chances, tile train
trow ns well ns the passengers, only
iiir chances are slimmer. I hod < n
hniicc in -'11111 nt being killed, or onj
ii twenty live nl eettiim right wh.rc
inn now, Inn ;i passenger on the
Inin Ini'l mil' ilinn-v in ali,,ut 3,000,
■'"' ,,[ being killed and one in 130.00U
,1 being hurt.
"I    see th.it n bu ,,t people    were
ilb'd and n whole Int more hurt. I
li,n't want tn lie u grumbler, but it
tppt'iirs tn mo that you fellows kiner
overlook thr fact that b0th lega arc
-niie. uf course Hint might not mean
much t., you, but if you renlised ns I
in, Hint for the rest nf my lib' it is
u'i,ing tn lie my lob to h ,bblo ,,111 in
n tlm middle nf snine country road
tin! wave n tl.ie ns some train goes
iv if y,iii run realise what that
ni'nns t,, nn engineer t,, hear the
nocli ii; toot o' the whistle ns she
"tties up tn Um crossing uml ' , s i-
lm syn.,<nHi tn- salute ,,f the engtniei
ml liri'innti ns they go flying by. 1
i-ll you. my hoy, there are smim
hings worse ih-ni physical pun
Ills eyes lilted wi li tntr.- Tin'
nirse gently wiped them nwny ninl
oftly sin,' .-d back tin- hair
"1 wouldn't     talk any more n ,w."
in- said
" Ml right, niiss." li,- replied, putt
ng ,,iii In- hind    '.       "I nlwuv
iboy order, " H ll Winslow in Nrw
Vork Tribune
Danced with the King
OTTAWA    vV"M VN wnn HAD 1I"N
ul; niKH AT fllPK AO10
Ottawa   K-i.   il   There passed nwny
n u,,' city n vcnornblc lady In    the
 ^,,l1 ,,t  Mi-   i:i-,,iit Taylor,     who
mil the honoi  ol dnn In ■ wllh   Km
Kdwiiid VII    when n- I iin.-.' ,,l Wal
he   \ i-.ui .1 Ikii-.i ,  In 1800      II r
maiden nuine  wns  Mniy  llmwoll and
liiiichtir    ,.t    Hi.-   I.,i.> Judge il   M
; I Ins well  ol  Cob 'g  an I   tlm  hall    nl
, which    she    dnuecd with in- pi n -
marked in. nlng "i Hi" Cnbourg
1 town hull    It  was ni pniTant ov
i -ni in    Mrs, Taylor'i   in.' fi t ll wn
I,'I   Ul.'t   I,nil  ninl   Hi-       |,no  nt     v. In- ll
the took lu'i  position ns ., y,,utu girl
1 in tlie social world    Tho roval vl n
or   wns   nl   tin-   tlniO   n,'.',,ltUil'UU''l       by
Im duke ,,f Ncwcnsth mi I r n nil
llrttco,
'■ Tlm Inin Mrs Tnvlm was Hm will'
, .f Mr Taylor, I rt. O., clerk ..I the
JKimlish Journals .•! tin lintiso ,.f com
'mints. Till'!   PROSPECTOR   UltANUUOOK,    ll-   C,    fKKUl'Alii    '•    	
Columbia   Valley
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4, ♦        I i.Jli:.'   iiiiitliwal.i   Mi >n 1   I lw    < 'niw'-.
♦ *   S'esl     brunch of the (.'iinudlnn Pacific
♦ ruilwu),   the   I olumblii   vnlle>   Ih  en
J   teml ;ii din tl Pints. The si-enii beau
„     —>  '  wi» v -w -—' •- ' «- ' — —.-— ♦   ties niul fertility  ol  thld tuuttnltlcenl
♦ , t   valley  1 utile d scription      Hi nun ittul
♦ ♦   "ii Hit- eusl  by  the Itockj  tuul     weal
by the Sell irk muuntiitns, the iliven
ml    i. mleur ol hi ene frum every
:■■ ■ nt     ol  \ u *   [g Fall lj   hew iklerlm
\  The tnsporl
♦ b)     -i .
\    iml Kurt  Steele to Wil    ,ml Wind
♦ 111   \\ .ml.
J               md Colden,  on tin   1  madlnti
+ in- \ ei
mt 0
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AinnttMir    phiilnjri'apli.     >   tuilliiti        il
' ,11     « lllMl     I'Vl'l'J lllillS      ■'■   H'l.S :     I     tuul
results urn tls • •»..■■
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'I'll,'      ■■'   !1      nn      ,,-      ■■     --   .;■
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METHODIST  CHURCH
FF.DRI Ut\  i'l'll
.'li Idrcn's  ion i   11    lln!
cli Is especially  ln> Ited
■'■111,1   School nnd  bible ,' ■        il
■ im,
\i  the evening     ■ er\ ice il lib}
will  be "The I'm.,I,In nl  tin   Irec t
Brlghl     singiui        itithcm by     lite   ♦
choll     Ml      ire iveli'oinod wl  tu   f
no ■■tin-  church *
Monday    111   ("howu will    ; t
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Wednesday   Sunday     (ti-himl   hniiril   ♦
ai ,-i n      nt   eight   on. trtei ly ,,ill,in   ^
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t The UP=TO-DATE   DRUGGISTS*
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ABATTOIR AND COLO STORAGE
CALGARY, ALTA
W c  h;i\ t' the finest
Cooked HAM
\ou ever tried,     For Lunches,
Picnics, (Jumping etc., il i> delicious.
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
Hond Orllce,
Calgary, AiiM<rtn
rvTiiin Office for East Kooteuny,
Crnnbrook, B. c.
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J ut thi
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z the i';in
♦ Mr.    J. F
♦ rent     .it
■!■ pari
There    Is
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■    ■     ■ ■ •      ■    .   ■ ■ .
■   a itei      for
■  the ■■ .i
■ ■ tble foi  ngri
. ■   ■       I have sent ni tnj   in ten lin«
see thesi    but  I hej   have
. sat -:.■ ' .'. y.  and 1  would
I them ti     :.'.body."
'-'■ th '     ■   .' hcasi  Kootenny
Mi    ■!   K   1 i: ■'■•.    e  ■ •■: nmi nt agent
•  -1    lei    reports      'There la no ng
iltural     land left, exi eptlny ah itit
res . p. S     .; cree . n .rthwesl
■ \\   . .- ■ "    This land Is liRhtlj tira
lered     and requires irrigatli n.     All
thi  other racanl land, says Mr. Griffith, Is practically useless except    for
pasture, as water cannot be got to it.
According to the estimate of another
government  official, there arc   about
10,000 acres ot provincial lun Is     between     Horse     Thief Creek and  th«
southern     boundary of tin- Dominion
railway     belt,     two-thirds of which
might be brought    under cultivation
by irrigation.
East Kootenay
H
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BUILDERS
AND
East Kootenay forma the southeastern portion of British Columbia,
and Is famed for tin1 immense coul
t measures through which the Crow's
Nest railway tuns f0r many miles in
both Alberta und British Columbia.
These mines are estimated to be cap
1,%VfTY      \*W       M^t^' I uvov    tiiiin i1    il1*     r.-M iintin h     m    in    hi^
,     jmW m m ...A i^flMTBArTnOQ       ''''''   yielding lo.OM.OOO tons    ,,
mtW   -*'«i» . A'1;,« L-UI\  I  HALy I  UHa       cool „ v«    i,,r ~. yearn.. Severn:
/a-.  ')'.■•        "'   ■'■,,^«^L.'i/fW,. l'li''M' ill                         I'.ti, llitN sn.*i mlnltiK companicu nt-e devoloplni! pro
I Nuns, Spocificnlions
and lislimates
pertles, and thuso that have reached
the producing stage are turning out
close t0 LOO0OO0 tons annually. There
arc also extensive deposits ol petrol
cum in titis section of tho district,
but these have ii"t as yet reached
E   FURNISHED   ON APPLICATION     the commercial   stage.   Entering    tho
province n> the Crow's     N'ist     Pass
mm   ■%■% t     n -m « L 91JJ X "1      InllWnV    Wlllclt     CI'OBSeS till' Itllt'liy
All   kinds    of    building    material „,,„„„„. ,,,,.,,Ul_.h ,,,, ,•,,,„..„ N,,„
OOTlstantly    On    hand. I'n.-. ,,n-    ileacondB Into tho nmgnlll
cent  Kootenay vnlley, wutcred by lln-
Kootenny nnd I'Hh, rlvern nnd novornl
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♦ ♦    this route nnd in tho vnlley Is Indos
crlbably plctnreaqus. Sholtcrod to
the north nnd cast by tho Hucky
 :,it,,tii- .,11,1 open t<> tin' BoUth nmi
♦ iveat,     the    cllmato is oxcoptlonnlly
J   mild    ,,ii,i    I., niitiinl ....Tlie    bottom
Wi'     4   lunds mil prodiico nil  kinds ol crops
T    i, perfection, but tho uplands rot|ttlro
♦ rrli atlon,     trhlcli     niny In- obtained
♦ ■   in in.- Kik rivor ami othor trtrcams
»    i', ni  trees plnntod   int.- In tin1   lull
tnntl   in.     winter nmi tltrlvo In sol
I Ham and Bacon!
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P.Woods & (a).\
ere    to i     fm     nursery Block,) and
■■    ,i       ,,l,llnl,l       lln'.'-   I II  OBtnh
i, hen     thoy   nii- ,li,mi' well    Condi
ti,,n»     iniy  s .what   wnn  locality
♦ ♦   .   erywhere,     more     oapoclally    111 a
♦ PHONE 57 P.O.  BOX 154 ♦    ,„„     ,. „ly, ,„„ 8„DnKlnil
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liilrei  .'alloy  In Hiitnh Onliimhla mi,I
none !,,■!■ .     int..I i.,i  Ronoral furin
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Heating   and    Plumbing t ti
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I'roin  Kootontiy  NiuiiIIiih
I,,  I Im   Alli.'l'ln   li,,11 it,I;,I .
the country Is  ro     ,,i
I,,i     t,, .,,,11,■ 1111ni,-. in,i
lr . -;, irihnrlv l.'i'lil.'. nnil
i        ■    ■      Iio  inn,I I'mHi   licit   by
Engineers ,      .      .      . ♦ " ■ "■•''"■"   Ml»'i i'« i»>i'i '»«!»-•"
 —         -     ♦    nnd I,,Hill".     II    Innlllllul    pul'li   III'-   ■
null    AIM    I 4     i,,ii    ideal   Im   Btocll   l
'       '       " '  ' " ♦  nn ■  Industry  :,,.  thoro  In n     itood
Hi.'  I.'linl   ■       ■ mil   ul   IiiIiiii
, |,.lil      in,   ,i ,, ii in i,i , ■ || in    In
nllii'll      ll..'       .■■Hi, ■■ if,     in.lull
il    ll.iilin-   ltii.|.|   111. | nt.   nxiii i
■    ,,i    llotit, tvlialilt' "I'l'ninl ■ i ■■ ■.
■ • lie fill H I i ; ti iillhfului -
it,', inlti'i inaltu'lal foaturi' or tl ,f l„
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h,,IKCK, nil 11.',In
Ctilgury   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   ami   Salted   Meats.
Fish tind Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF     FINE     YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
• I Mail ii'/// ra,i;-t- />i"w/</ attention.
Order by  Phone,  4.=>.
I       |U>\     in       t'hnwli    Hi,   (rm »
y ol the  I'etnpi i itn ,■   iiul Viol
■   Hi,    Methu
i '.in ,,!.'   ivlll  (iv.        in
il   \i..ml,i evenlns nl    s
\ ■ ,    ni,".-■ ted  .I, in.     (rent .
tempi i ,n,,  .,ti,i ,.i the en I
i'ii'   .ii,,      in,,v   upon    ,,nl 4.
■ 0.111'Stl'tl   I.,      .il t ^
tend    Mi n «»«««*«**4>*40**«0««»**44*««««««««*«*«4««>*«««
:.    ; ,,'.,i  option  .'I'tii i"ii    ,,i
which ii-- assisted     '■■ presonl  to tho ■
he will also tell ,,t tin' gen * a
umut i., abolish tlif saloon «
..,-,1    tlm   Holllllli,,n.   'I'lli'  ,l„ J
i,,r In ii I.,,.,! speaker, and knows   ,,' 4
tin, iiintti'i   in hand, mil nil who are ♦
not quite .-in.' ol  themselves in r. In a
:   tin-   world  wuic movement, ♦
mil ,1,, well t.. come  to the mcetin i 5
next   Monday night n'   'irln.   An   ..1 ♦
fi: in ■ iii .mi „i tin- 1.  ... will in- tak Z
NORTH     STAR     HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.   B.C.
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H.    W.    DaEW,    Proprietor.
The men     of the Muii...liKi church •
mi- in Inl- a ci-t'iit .-n'lii'in.'.   They  are ^         	
saylnK nothing about 11 and thai    is j                                                                                                                     X
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the more.   Tin Indies have been working   very     faithfully lorn tang time -- ' 	
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iomethinfi all by thoir little l0nclys.
Tli" fair department >>i ilx* church
nre rnthor inclined tu think that the
males nre n,,t ublc to cut imirh ,,f a
figure anyway, nnd trying to thlnh
h0\v a man, it mere man c°uld dn
iiiyth tiit worth while. The stalwarts ^
lowevtr, are determined tn do or dlo ♦
and ai'c casting about tor a scheme J
that will in- thought upon fnr ever, ♦
Purthor announcements will appear Z
later. The event is tn tnlto 4
'hnrsday, the 2fith. ♦
Pound!
plnci
Tlm Blue nnd Rod tenuis ,,( tlm Ind- ♦
les Basket Hull Association will piny J
a match on Thursday tlm llth, there 4
will   lie n boys gitiiu' nisi, thnt even J
inc.   A good     pt'ogrnm wil! lie    nr ^
rangod.    AdmlBsipn     25c,   Children's ♦
15 nuts.   This is a Bpoclnl event  nmi ^
tin- ordinary momborshlp ticket  will ♦
not. avail fur this particular evening, J
()n   Baker Street, one door west
,1! Mi'ssis. Hill .\: Co.. tli.' only
place in town tlmt run make
litr worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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BAPTIST CHURCH
FEBRUARY
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The services 0n Sunday will hen.11   ♦
ducted   nt thi'    usiijii hours, motning   T
irvico nt II. Sunday School nl r, ninl   «
ovoning service at 7.Hit.
Anlhi'in by the cliolr cntltlod "oh
Situ; Aloud.'j
The newly formed Bnt'aCa class lor
young nu'ti in tho church nt ;i pm.
If you attend n,, other plnco nt thnl
tinii'i tlie Bnracas will ninko y,.u wel-
come.
Ke]iairiii^
and
Press
ng-        Dyeing:   ami   Cleaning'.
C.
FARRANT
SUL'OO
sor to L. Cohu
Cran
brook's
Up-to-date Toiler,
ARMSTRONG
AVE.
CRANBROOK,    B.C.
Monthly School Report      J
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Fred it. Anderson. Teacher
Number in attoodnnco  lie      £ v
Avorngo   SO 12
PHRPBCT ATTBNBANOB
Mni-tlui     lii'iiimii.   .1 im Kennedy,
I'lni'l Htovonson.
DIVISION II
Miss   t'nl.lwi'll.    Toaehot
Nttmbor In nttondniieo ,., ,..., ill
Avernui     24.25
I'l'llll''!':'."!' ATTBNDANl.'l«
Hnrolii Bridges, Wilfrid Dnllai, and
lioitis Jnhnson. i /
DIVISION   III V 1 ■-*
Miss  'I'n.vl'.l'.   'I'l'ii'lmt . „_„^m..._„
Nntiili.'i- 111 ntti'ii Inneo        ...       ,. ,B0
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I'l'lltKIOO'l' ATTIflNDANOE
John   LEASK
The most fashionable unci
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR,
Cranbrook b.c
♦ ,i* 'Wiyn'rnitiii'i 11 *b
♦ lllHll'll 'I'llll llHI III I-    Niiitilu'i   111 nttendniu'i
♦ f*1.LflJihl 1 LL.'ilH 1111 !f    Me,',,,:,'  	
Archie    Chlsholm,  0,,1'd, 11 Kowler,
ilini'li' l-irggins,  Roll,, .1,,inn...11. Lot
ty l.i'itsk, MuiiAiii.'l  Stone,
DIVISION IV
Minn Rons, 'I' her.
Number in uttonduncG 62
Avorngo       :it nr,
I'HIII.'l.lt"!' ATTUNRANt'H
Daisy Kninmi    Morrill   Lonslt
IIIVISI11N  V
Miss Hull, Toiu'lior
Number in nttendunce . .    ,
Avon   S8.22  j
I'KIII.'F.IT ATTUNDANUM ♦
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DIVISION VI
Miss Kllloll, 'I'nnclicr
     -IH
PHRFNOT a'I"|'|.:mi\mi.:
Nunc.
nl
Rubber  Dollar   Store
f. W. VanWOHMUR, I'lllll'HIK'l'UK
HANSON AV13NDE      • CRANBROOK, B.C.
We Buy Everything
IIOKSKK. STOVES, now niul  s ul   hand   h'UUNI-
TURK,   OROCKKRY   anil   W1BARINCI    APPAREL
Wli SELL whin wo Inivo in stuck nl. pi'loos that
will Mirprisi' ynn. A visit In tho Dollar- StOI'G will convince .von nmi wo have llin gootls, and can savo you
iiliy per conl on any gooilH piircliitHud,
We Buy and Sell lor Cash
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GUPTELLS
American
Oxfords
for Ladies
COLLAR'S
American
Oxfords
for Ladies
CINDERALLA   BOOTS .FOR   LADIES
Spring and  Summer Styles just  in.
No  old  stock here.
CRANBROOK,   B  C
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A Turkey Story.
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Turkey ! 'I'lm ningti
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.
•tk      ♦   cnlls golden sunsets .,u Hi
^     I , ulmn   twittering     lufl-.i-yn
I T   I 	
"QUALITY"
"QJJALITY''
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
I   1 ll., I       re
he ,,1,1 farm
nn- triii
4 | ping     down     tlie     green li   land
J I Mi;  turkoy cocks with erlinsoii cra\
X  ats, golden bronze    illumes, sweeping
♦ I wines and round swinging tails strai
X j ted nmi Robbled on Hi'1 moon.
♦ i    Ami     uls.i     tho  Beetle  when holly
X   bungs  in tho window;   mlstiotoo fr	
♦ I Um chnndclicr, where lovers coo   nmi
X  kiss;     tin-    ilozzliim  Christnius tree,
♦ where    children     whisper    nf Saiitii
Um bright happy In
twlior
Clan
+ . the     festive lioard nmi the gionnilng
♦ lliliii'e     si'nl'i'liine  ollt  tin- juicy  joints
t*   and     i-lmini:    down     tin- rich sweel
I bronst raoat.
J |    (Hi, wlini amotions when your turn
I  comes,
♦ |    (Hi, whul  BOiisntloiis!  Wlini  tui llnt
' nl     tlm    pillule ns th.. turkey ol the
tioi'sols
■il Intio, paying bull nil in.
t
tot    tlm    pulnto ns th.. t
green Iniio pusses in dclic
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♦ i w;(y!
J j    Win. oi'lglnnted tlm turkey '.'
»      Clod mull,' il nmi     Christopher C,l
X nimbus    dlscovorod both A flea and
:, turkey oil tlm snmo dny.
Columbus    niul tlm Cnhots cnrrlod
4   turkoys us sauventrs to  Spain     and
♦ Kimlnml.
J     Before   tlmt oven.Turk iy ill.I     nol
f   know lull'.-), tl git the lingllsh gnve
J   i>  Um     mum' li..in n fnnciotl rosomli
♦ Inncc I., n Turl i.-h guinoii fowl,
f      Hut  "What's in i, nn ""
X      It's tho i.i-i,  111.11...  i.ni.'i ii is.
J  . 'I'lm i itrkey is  Vtn trlca's '.■,, t  nnl
i i,   ,1   .in  1    |, nl     'IP    I,,       tilt
:» '■
J       Before Hint   tlm r,■nit,-,: ,,: Ii ol
♦ i,Itv    Win   Um   Inl   ,.!!■      .'i   , id   .,.     •
:*  nnil   the guilder In .■,,,, r i-1.■. >   liul
lln-   turkey Is n0w  tlie national ami
J   I,i,,mm n   King  I il I) true rep
dilution ..i  tl..'  wild  iiiiivy    ih,.i
■.•    covered     \morlcii	
mli'.l ti,,iii ,, northern    ■■1,1,1-   nnd
♦ iul ■nn     fatlieri     i il only i,, plueli
X  ,,i.' 00,0011, i people nmi only  7,1""
J   I tl..'    .".ii   raised ,. Iiaallj
♦ May Ih'■    liidastry  Ivuticr III tl
♦ the   I    ,'., ill'..:.'  i i	
I., tin      iiopulal  tlmt  on u Instul
II  v say, "Wo enjoyed ti fal
uirkoy today "
Cranbrook Cigar Store
J.   D,   CAMERON,  PROPRIETOR.
Barber Shop,  Pool and  Billiard Room
The place to spend your winter evenings
The best Stock of Cigars, and Tobaccos,
Pipes and Smokers Sundries   in town
LOOK   FOR THE DRAWING NEXT
WEEK
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PrtOSPKCTOH.    IT is ALWAYS        DATE IN ITS .lull WORK. OIVE
rill'llltKSSINll. |-s  A TRIAL
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illllIlM     THE    I'lMISI'KITllll    THI'
I'lllNHI'lIt   I'AI'I'lll   UK   I0AHT
KOOTENAY.
AM)
Uvinch Counter
Slaght & Brogan, Prop's
Meals   At   All   Mours,   Day   and   Night
We Serve The  Best Tr)e Market
Can Produce
GIVE   US   A   TRIfIL
THE   ONLY
WHITE   RESTAURANT
in   Cranbrook
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T!IK    I'll" .KPKCTOU,    CUAXHUOOK,    R    C,    PKHRUAUY
liifi!
,:..;..;..;..;..:,.:..:..:..:..:.^^.:..:..:..x«.:»:«:. The Farmer's Wife
__        — . «      »!• r Is very careful  uboui hot churn,   sh<*
FrOtOSSlOnai      •:•   ~.aJ.i- it ihoroimhb aft<*i UMiijr, nnd l-iws
 ";'   It ft sun i'.ni, i" -Atvhn n.   She kuowa
»;«»>»;»<»*>»;*<«»>^»>VWS*VV%**.,VVV   t|,at ,f h.-r ,'!iurr> .- n"irii will taint the
butter that:- it:.Mi- in it. The stomach is
■a I'lmni. in thr >totmu'h and ili^otivrt
and nulrtilvu tracia urn pt»rformet] pro-
■ .'.'ssps whteli are ulraost i-xaetlj' like the
churning nf hntti-r. Is it not apparent
then iii;it if this siontach-i'huru Is foul It
makes foul .lit w li 'li i> pui into It?
The evil of ;i fmtl stomach is not alone
the bad taste in the in >. h ami the foal
breath caused ■■ '. but the corruption ol
tin- (Hire current M blt> --i nnd Uie dissem-
h li  ■■; of di- Lhi     i     it 1 he K*ly.
It. V ■ r "'- li      n Mi diva)  Discovery
n   the sour stomach sweet.
It does for i thi washing
,1-ui sun    ttlul ■■;.!-..
I removes everj taiutms or corrupt ng ele-
IAKVKV,    Mi-CAK'l 'EK
\m.   \l Ml " IN VI.D.
Itui'i'islcrs ttlul Soliriloi's,
ii;.\.\i'.i:iuii<.  li.U.
(ir4)c llrwiiectov.
I.st AHI.i-.nkli    Witt
A. 13. Grace,
I'l'lil.lSIIKU    AMI    KDITOR,
.■:.J.:..n
1\ i,l KM),
HlU'l'isll'f.    Si
llil'ilCH'.    I'll'
,     .,.....- ■ .■ .        i , ■,,,,  ,,^ trio*
i'i;.\M'.i;iiOK, li il iu ...
pi   pies, eruption -   ....    tigs,
Th,,-,'  s| dies ol t'owun and  Hur-
i ii] must hnve had ti strange sound
t.. tli,' governmont, coining from Brl1
n.in.. in. int..'!-. lint tlm plain
until about tins province m [urge
- (thill Luiiriei s! I badlj
need
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
Rich ami satisfying,
l he lug Miik plug.
Stewart's
The Leading Fruit Store
OKANOGAN   AI'I'I.I'.S
\ The Palm I
X       Have YOU tried their      ♦
j delicious X
\,.l,TII|.'.i;\   SL>, |HOME   MADE   CANDIES*
i;n|,HKN    KlISSET * H "ol        Why not?        X
* THE   PALH
Phono 141
\KU P()\VN    I -..TIN
ll \l.m\l\        WAGNER
Female  mtti
II.  1)1 SHAW,
UlU' -'•■!■.   Snliriliil
Nniur.v ViM'w.
CKANHIHHiK,  III
(',.   II.    I IIOMI'SOX,
|tin i isii*r.  Sulirttir.
Nuinr.v Public
. --..... or   oi'i'ii   ■        ■   ■      :-   and  all
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t you ,irt'
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L'"-iioi». :\-u ■ ndant
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llli.-r    ll.'i.l   lln   -.  • .-
■i;.\ni;i:'uik. n.c
Uiicuuxil That this Is nbsoluteiy true
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    will u r  . .faction
rd request
to Dr. B X. v..    - ,,
free coi -.. ■> from
tho -• u
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^^^^^^^B .... Ralph Smith lultllliui'iil ,,i   , pr, el
ervatip.      It'. tnoJ Ulin '       i,l"i " ' ' lll,!'•    '       'HI nl '"
I     ipiKise the return   oi '   "    '"'    '"'' '   " "!   ''
',\            l',,;i|,iiiii,,n       Mi     T.'ii,;,Lilian ....
t the recent i n in eported that b llv,     tu
:   ii   .i   :   ■ havell                           il          cics lire In     inn,,
il   Ml    SI,,mi ti    ■ i lit ii Seat th     It I .u.l    t
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Hon    w lilialll  'I'.'tiil'l.'iu.ii.    ill.-      nun '
.ill,. ... .1 ..iiiim the recent   nonunion
elect nil   betti i  ternm  ivere     .is
is I .,, mi ■  ■
,'.ii,,,\ Ailm ,1,, limn   duty
Mi     i,n, li n,.,ii     \. ill Indeed  !>.■     as
' ilius , .i.-s.u      ;■ iliticall).
■ in   •   , ni    ol polling
laj .   Sews
lltueral    resolirees  ol   Itnlisli
'■■   allj   ihow ii .,i Seal
tie
■   Itoss   e.i Ml     im   \ ale i'.ii
Hi,.,, dropped  int,, tin-   I!   i     loglslu
i ne Um     othoi  ,lu\   in time t.. hear
llowsi i  ..ii  Im i,i,s n dead one   Hun
,,n prohubly li is     hud mi Inkling ,,(
h'OM \N    liK.UTY
s l'i; WVUKBItY   IMI'l'IN
STEWART'S   KINK
CHOCOLATES
Hugh Stewart
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Edison Theatre
Frnser iV Hutchison
SUI.K  I'lIlil'lilK'I'llUS.
PHONE
PHONE   75.1    MOVING    PICTURES
mid
!ILLUSTRATED SONGS
The Most  Up- to - date
I'KANHKonK. I''1'
J.   I'.  LAIDLAW,
Mininu Kiif-'iiioci  tn d
lit'   l.iiinl  Siii'voynr.
I'K'ANIii.'t II ik'.  Ill'
IMi   llos L'llh. 1 honi' :"j::
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| Dr. I'. \V. Connolly ♦
♦      I'livsli ns  vnii
i.ill,.,.: Arnn.tr
oiiii'i. in.',.   i;.-i.i.'im.' I"" ♦
THE MEN WHO KNOW
THE SUPERIOR   _-
QUALIFIES   OF   M^
SLICKERS. SUITS
AND HATS   '
are the men who have |   j
put them to the hard
est tests in the roughest weather J,
Get the original f
Towers Fish Brand
made since ia36
CATAlOC FFtt FOR mi ASA/MC
13 dtij - b< t ween nut«
,.,.-   ii tiif   big
.••■.:.,''   ,t It.-\        of
v  \ in wimli ,t  bye-eleetton
...lit    ■ suit ol the
f Mi   \\     tun Sloan     to
Hoi    ft'il   mi Temple
• ■ ■ -      ■ . since     a
«as ;,-'.; Eq K .-I' n..\   in
ail tid thai  -i   dujs
- ■ - ■ --.■' >     bet wi - n nomination
:.,. & in   ii .■ ■  •.. comply
■   in 1 he ::.'"' ■   ■'. gel ting
[isti etc    The
t the i latter     is
;"    ■   \ ered  in
■ • ■.•   ■.::.. ■ tn te
lo cover Cumux At
r.M'l      -UK,'    l;l>t     I'iUl
li i- .mil lUnced that the Loudo i
Is tu devote murc space to
Canadian news in future, li ii tines
not use better Judgment and show
more insight into tl'*' affairs of the
Dominion thau It showed during tho
recent elections, the Thuuderer had
better keep its finger out ol the Can
adian pic entirel).
Pile best in Cranbrook
Rigs in Cranbrook     I Liu|e   pJJt^   Par]o(.
that runs continuously
HANDLEY
STABLES
fi. BELANGUK. Proprietor. $5^0    CASH
Under the caption "Bargain Dny at t
Ottawa,"  the Muil ••:• Empire dificus- " AN"
induced t,,''   retire from tlm nji'tliein   TeiimS   and   drives   flir-  ^3.00aMONTH
li. C. constituency in order that
Montreal, just to he up-to-date, has
series ol earthquake shucks.
t  might I
lister ..I i
Ham Temple
i.itiul for tin- defeated
nished for every point
in  the   District
The Toronto News
Paper asserts ttiat  the     bargain was
. ^     ,      . i Um result ol long continued negotin-
ere r,ot registered     at   t[   s    ,„,,„.,.,.„     sir WlUrlil Lnurier, —"—
■r i,,-,, .,,-,,r,,i,,,,i,,.   M] .,,„„ miinnml   Ml„s,oim. Mr. Hay and oats for Sale
Might  have       n ., anocs !i..m mi , ^.|,.in    ,,   tc  .;„j,i    u-.,^  .,,   „,^.   i,,.ii^-           J
i   .   :        ;. parti tent at i ittawn, o:
 i ., dredge ,,n th
SI    1.     '   i   ■
Good Discount l-'nr Cash
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CRANBROOK  AF.RIE967!
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
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ANCIENT ORDER   FORESTERS
oil'UT i'I',\M',.:iii,K,   .ill
Vlt etH in 1 iirmen     Kail  i-'ml  and   II li
Thiimliiv "i ench in,,ntli ,,i < ;, 1,
.hiirp
\    MrCoW ,11    rii,,'i    ll  11 -■
1     A   Ahliutt, Secretary.
Visititm Brethren made welt
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 hill     A lull..11,
11 ,   ,.*' 1 '. >, ,.," I 11* - i.nnMP.i.y UTTtHOSD Tl
OFPICt    AT    MCKIN6TRV8    LIVERY   I14RN
I'll ANill.'IMlK      111',
Indigestion
BtomftPh troilblo i« tuitu «vm,.rorn nf. ami nnt
Inii-i-lf a trim dlseftfc.', Wu thin!. .»( Dyipepgla,
Hi'itrtijiirn. ami Indigestion as real dlMHises, yet
tli.-y nn* syinutomi only "f a certain (peclflo
NervoBloki -notlilng vW
li w.i-111 ifttPttlml nr-i i'orn»ctly 1odDr.Shoop
in ih" creation of tlmt now very i«»puiar stumm-h
H.'iti.'dv-hr >l •.■- !!".i.tnitlvo,   Hnlnit direct
t.. Hi.- itomnch nervM, alonn hronuht tlmt si -*
•nil (avorto Or. Phoopai.il lilu U« itoratlvc With-
out tlmt original ut,<l hfjttily vital pricclple, no
itii-li lii-iiiiKin i'liniil'-livt' "it* wri'tivortO be had.
Korstornarh distn ■, bloatliiR,Mllouintu, bad
bruttth Bud uillow coinnti'sinti, try I ir Bhoop'i
It—tonitiv—i..' and (or your-
■•■if what :t can and will do. Wu Mil utul rimer-
luiiy recotnmftnd
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
BEATTIE  &  ATCHISON.
Get a  copy ot
the
I'm ,.:   V,    1   l.il     A    iiinni'c
Company's
PAMPHLET
Ai'TI'Al. IlKrtl.'I.TH  Tn  lJnl.ll '.
iini.imii
1 i.'i'.n w. i\\ ,in
in 1 in- 'i i.M'.' -I
i'i,ml,I,,,,;    II   ,       . Ariimiiiiti    \.,
Si",,n.   it   Is  mil,I,   wns  at  tii'sl   Indis
poaed to    tnirrender the position     tot
which     the     people had elected him.
Mm     the     govemincnt proponed  ti    I'luitii. '.1(1.    I'mII us nl utiy  time
ci^in'^ntn^Sir^lr^r1^
tl      l»   the "nnnals of the Brltls    M.;-   •■■ ™    ;;I    °«     «'     " ^    '„
may be noticed     that   & eat Ul it aIn     * 'n^„     t,,„,      „.,„     BI!niltor«hlp8
"    ?     "ir "'■' r i„.f 1 ' 1 history 's"""'1'1 '"' '•''"""■''   ""' tlml Mr' Slni'"
\   vn I, ,      "it.       «       IH'IS  ""'   l"'lM   f'"'   "mk"K   W,'y   ''"i*"''
!         :■'      ,„„   ,     1 vi , \    11 Teinph'iiinn     should get one ol them,
li1 under the commnni  of Slct At n li ,   ,,,,- t- xAtli„
„   S|,     Manas I  ,,!«.   an. n.   ted resigned null there     will
',''         "T"   ,"      ■;   „   the n hvark '»' "ti election up north in Maul..
V '', '"'";   »" '"■><■■ '.' ,,s  ■     i,,i     Commenting „n the .1  the Mail ft
London,     Mngnllcont,    Majests    and. SilV,. •"! his is Um s.ui     of
Victorious.   During    Im recent     yen „" llmt''u,„,B „„ „, ottllW„ „„der
Itfxihle   which the n,v xperts 0   »>tJ =o.n.Ption. bj*» »"_   -
"",''""'"'"  fi      -li,    nn   „•   Id     »°th  ""IS" "'"I   vil lull 1.1.' positions ulld
:'"   ' "' °      i      ,'   went     u     I   ,.i "'veu with    the honors Unit are sup
or vessels, and last   wook tho      .„i t. it     , ,, W|,
Nelson re leved   ho MagnMmt. lenv-   ™^lc«t   „,„„,, n"ln „„,„,,„„,.,
A n,\ds,r,crT,.S SStld \l ■ >h™^',,.at,oi, ,,l tim,,,,,	
Hoot will be further strengthened    hy pnrllument, wo send to iull."
tho   Dreadnought   battleships Tuner-     s"    (l11'  ns tho oloctots of L'omox
iiiii'. It, .li'i'.ipli.ni mid Superb." AHin '"'i' cancornod, the election    .,1
Tho    i.tii.llaii  Northern have, lilod Hon.    Mr. Tomplonmn has yot to he  \\'(, |),.;,| j„ p.vervthini' I'Vom
plan-,  for  building   Into    Vancouver enrrlod „ut ami alrondy    thoro    aro • »
from Tote Jnuno Onchc. "fronn   protests ngnliiBt ullowlng the      ;l \'eedli' tu a Locomotive
( . t election to go hy dofuiilt.   rim liber. ^H^^
li.mt  forgol     tlmt tho ProBpoctor ul     pnpera urge that Mr. Toniploiiiaii -..„--
docs i,,li work us nlody nnd ut.     us sh0uld not I"' opposed In order that       lACFDH     H       Mr>IFlllU m 1* r*
reasonable prices „s „ny prlntery   Inhrltlsh    Columbia may hnvo enl.inot       111^111     II.     (VICLtAlN    '    Tjrfl.dlJYlfi'    Cifl.
Fas,  Kuotinay roprcsontntlon in the Unttrler govern * X MU1IX&     Vw*
.... tni'iil.    and     It hits been pointed out DKALER   IN riionr. lliiv
ALSO SRCOND   HAND MA0HINB8
POIl SA1.K   CHEAP AND TO
HUNT.
GEO. P. POWELL, Agent
Arm strong Avenue.
Phono UM. Cninbt'iiok. It.»'.
Cranbrook
Prohibitionists    may ciunpuign us  Unit   Mr. Toniplomnn should 11,,i     m>
they like, hill  they'll novor stop   lln   opposed In order 1 lint  llrllisli I'uluin All liimis uf Siu'iiiul lliiiul (liuiils
.Mi.iiii.iliii mercury taking a drop    or bin  nmy iiavo cnblnol  reprosontutloti       l,",,.ni.,,.-,,  .,   ciphT'l ai 'I'V
two.   Wmnipog Tribune.                      In tho goveromont, niul It bus   boon       '"'"n»n   ,1  "i i.i,i.\ui 1
pointed out tlmt Um liberals did nol ^^■B^^B
Tin- iltatiil Trunk Pnclllc Is borrow I oppose the election of Hi in. Thomii
,„.. j-,,0(10,000 more In London and Taylor nt Revolstoko for tho provln
ih,. fani.lii.n gnvernmont Is borrow-1e|nl house when tlmt gontloinnn    ai
lUYF-R OK PURS
We are still bundling
LOOOINO TKUOK8
Kl.lllllt ami FHICll
VKIIlt'l.I'lS, IMPLKMHNTW
rig $;,Vi','iiiiu,'uiiii.~ it's a uifiii tiling ti'jpeiili'ii in his I'.itisUiuiiits upon being. Sntrr's Old   Siiinil. Ilaiii.1111 Ave       Audits for the
tnnd   n w'itli a nice honovolcnt gon-1 appolntod provinelnl nilnlstoi' of pub |
lli-ttlall       11 Ui
Star
ll.
—^ -BBC   ^___
.1,11111 Pull Montreal nc \v0rks, Thr personality and roc
ord of Mr, Tcinplemnn is roforrod   in
,' ,   ' iilsn us at least a sentItni'iitul ronaon
"' ""'.' '"*'"",}U'*]V1  why tho minister should lie oloctod by
I MAYERS STOCK FOODS
ol unusually oven
Here is what  I
unto ho is spoakl
ucclumntlon. ,
s„ far ns    tho llovolBtoko election |
Opposition is Assured
 i-i" ii'4t» :s;';:;;;:i;e;,i,;;,rr,tl:;,;,%as::;wn.i..AM manson ■,•„ mmmr\
■imiiy inttt into thi  lid   ,„,. ;|)|:::si„i- M;,   1 ;,i„,-, riturn,   In
I'll.MltX A'I'LIN,
,,l „ I'.i.inli ■ printer  shook us to the  ,.,„„;- m" ,,,„,,„ ,'        ,   , „
" 'aU..u    In" W""l"-   «" Inive     B„tLtK0.    , „„„      ,      ,,„,„.
!l '   " ''"-v l'".1'' '"s,'  '     ""   thoro t  Hun, the men. winning   ,„■
re .mi cross ..ut henr   Unit, w« novai   ,   ,„     , Ul      „,,,„„,„      Th   n,.,,
' ",!"    ''".•;'   '■ il,|l"'l,"l: ".''   «    IhIi I'liluinliinns win, lnitglil   I   w„„
ii.,,..       ntrango   inn  true.'    Noson  ,„    .,,., „,       ,.,,„„ ,,,,,,.  v  ,,.„., ^___	
"'                                                   Ins.,       V   li' f,        ,         ,i   I        0 ",; \m" m,[  '"     rm W""1"  "<">• W"
at the last gen   ■    ,'i,,'     ,, ,     "'""  '''""'I'1''™""'   The    Island r '0
orostod    In  w   ni n,    1    ' ,'!„ x \i    1',sl'"'"l,,n ''"',|,"'l"l ,l""  *vmt lliwml
""   '"'     "'   "IIMm"    "'  ( """lX A,l""isliii'lii.n existed     , ig the  llheiul
Frank Dezall
I   Mill,.'  Ul.
..Illl
en" who   pro
tin- prosonl
At  an  I'lillnlsliislie  ting llelii    ill ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Van via   Mumlay afternoon tho o*.  r'l.'ML'l.'\ 1    I'l   ,M'I,'«MITII
ocutlvo of tho iniii'iiifini consorvntlvoi^r'NIiKAL I.I.At.KSrVll I 11
association    cndot'Bod the enndtdaoy nnd
1    Ml01 '   Manson lor the Comox-1 VVOODVVORKKR
llnhher Tires Applied
;ne,nlii'|.,|r!!n,''llr!lllM!;,ln!nhi'rimv!' '"'M'l''ch i.'ii'l" i'v" k.T doing "in dem(1u i J\Z' T(,!;snnmney,7,n,am,ni.l","f°'u™' To n"m Wmi»
,1, u     1 le tin inselves lieui.l     In"11'"'''     'u     Iho Ottawa govern ul j m„|,|„,|. William Shiiin had trailed fur '    —"—
Piirlluiiie  the  slun which opolt    ' ,l'l,Vi.J "0, "tiu^Sid It liiu "ia'ku, ,,n  hli"  .I'0.™"""1    'i"1'.'1''',"1,   ""' ."''"''.i toAO10NTS   Flilt   CANADIAN CVdLK
,.1 ,., 1     ,'.,.'1,   Wo Uiul that uiessrs. '?,nr ....!.....,.„..','!.,.„   .„.".„ Si""! wlHch_lio tvnfl olcctal by neclnmntlon.|     AND MOTOR CO'S BICYdtiBS
Wen      T'!viiir"''iiu'u'.l.'n'" I'lTinani "" Importnnl  inntlers, in,,it pat'tleii.
ml    il I hav'o all takon' 1     In   Inrlyns clearly shown  In the defer
 I   have   I'lvi'll   1,,.1'ilih    I'l'd 1'lei'll.ins here iillil in Sale!,,HI,,,,,
to 11 1 its nl tins  who™ ""ell " I tlciil tiirniivor took
u...'t.,i    .,..<   Iiltico uiulei    exceedingly iinliii.ii'al.li'
Hi nstnncoB.     II.   In     to he hqpeil
till,   del,,
11 ,|       ^___
,,l v.'.'ll     The ilhipuii'li
nlerestH   ,111.1 weiiitri!    't'lio uispHieit   -■■■-, „-■
state Hi,I  the pre 1 listened   I'"'1 » "«''•■. n'"1 ",''' '"'■, w'» '•'
« ..-,. intern t tn 1 ponchos   ..I !""■ "I> '" "'■•   ,,1""'""" ''"«■;"""''"'»•
, 1 1..,i ml.   1',.1 1,1,, hy llle I'litini'l'Viitlven llaVltlg  lite  imtly
,n 11. c. under Id
News
w   ir  i;i' \ 1 n
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I iiiliiilini.i',
I 1111,'i'i "•'..'
CUANHUOUK',  H.C
\V. CRAIG
MASONRY
ileum  lln leu ,1     I'.u -     ' in .  ..
t'usl uiul Sliirlt I'lslimtiloh
I'lll'lllsllril   I    |„,||   .\|,|ihl-il
KM
'.0. IJui B34.
il..- iniimhei    1   Mulish I'ulunil
ah.I 11  1. nut  improbable tl lie)
-, ','.    !„'   .,1,1''   I,,   ,1..   ,1    I I    Wnl'll
fm Hi.' priiv ' Hm   yiiir dospltii lln
I,,. I   thai    liii-ll     .-nl '   1,1,   II |i
im i<  henclii.     Mi,  lliiiiill nppeiirs
'"   ''I""     ul ..i,i-i. made an nxeiillenl      T||l.  ,       , ,       ,,   , (|
"I    tlie  nihel'S ..I   , 1 1 .'„ , n„,  vll      , .,
nl hit   prolest, In w.nll cl:           "            -           '
I    Nulsnn
Provincial Finances
Repairing n Specialty.
Phone i.n      •   •   '      P. 11.  Ilux  213.
Mr. Malisuti was present nnd declared I
the iiittluuli wns promising tor sue-1
cess.
'I'lm nrgiiiilHutl.tii deelded ,,n as
thorough cuiivub Mf Hie dlstrlot us
possible niul will provide speakers for
nil points. Mr. Minis,,11 left, fur Victoria this iifliuiiuuii.   He will go   on	
In tllo upper end ul tho islnnil leaving     lor Prince Itupcit on Thursday
I for llnttlilliillull.
I    Hemming olllcor Morris, who I'iihu-| T^    T    T<^TTATGI/*MVr
utl Uii'i.itgli Uie ell.y today said     lln   XJ. 0 . O VJX11N Ov/IN
Poll      wi.nld he held  on  I'Vlirimry 20,: ,. . .,.... .......,,      ..,.,
III!  ilnvn nller  Urn  nnllllliulluli. *   AM'I'.N I I'.lv      AM)
KNTKIITAINKI, „V KINO, BUILDEM
h"1' ''. •."'! bit    ,  In  well ''In. |)|lH't  n.,,,,1  ya|ll, „.„, ts,!i7i|,of|.|,t|(i „,,,) ''."" ' >	
1I1   I I'l ill      1 ir, 1 Hi   I   I lii'   1111 It llili'   1 if   I lie 1.1...   I   1    1   ,, vn.,1,.11111 t'n     I   i'i t'.ki    t I'i < is' "
 -,„ t   „uil.,,.,„l,l I   A.ila.m n™„l,?«    hn'liu. Is,■ n,. sttnti,,«       Sa       Tl"'  'l"1''1'"1""  '"  "'"  *'"•■'»"""» INTRAOTS HOUOITM),
,,„„,, „   „ 1,1,.,. iv  Helen sl  lo ''.."'    ,'.   "■■•itlHtinn s ,,1  U, | „ v    ,. ,,  w , n , ,       ,
Vnle-l-nrl    .1 1,0    ,  lietmn,. nmi   royall  unioiintlng  l„ I!,m, UllMm     '   i^tlottB.   Thoy will   ho "'™'
,,.„g.,,i,,   ,,,. „ „,,„ nl iicillBltlon I,, ,100.72   „« Incr  ,,l over ,1 ml linn ,,.,.„„,„,  ,        v„ „,,„,„>, t ; —
 I"bnt nn   Hlinmll.  ul   the   llntuin 0ver the. prevliillu yen.' n level fluln „„. ,)y Kll„,      „:,hv„,.,, „,   MtieltUmhun, i( ^CO& \\ Ofkslll,|l      l.t'WIS St.
 *  the Htiine s„ulie. plllaCO, Pboue No. 111.
,1,11 liullliiinent.    Vein..11 News. THE   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBROOK,    R,   C    FEBRUARY   ll,    11100.
Page
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
February 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   tli,-   InmiU ,,l   tin. ■    INTFRNATIflMAI
INTERNATIONAL
Assignment & Collection Co.
With instructions to sell n nut at sin-li 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 on us with regard to prit 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 of your purchase in dollars equals the number of miles you have come.      Buy a coupon return ticket, present   thr  return  coupon   at
the Cashier's desk when you make your purchases and your fare will be returned to 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 nt any time (lilting the
sale ' or if for any reason whatever you are not satisfied with your purchase Return The Goods Ami We Will Refund The Money.
These prices are for First-Class goods not damaged by Fire.
Ladies' Shoes
1 73 SHOKS FOR ONLY A KKW DAYS...
2 00 SHOKS FOR ONLY A FEW DAYS
2 50 SHOES FOR ONLY A FEW DAYS
3.00 SHOES FOR ONLY A FEW DAYS
3 50 SHOES FOR ONLY A FEW DAYS...
1.110 SHOES FOR ONLY A FEW DAYS...
Mens Hats
1 70 HATS AS LONG AS THEY LAST....
2.00 HATS AS LONG AS THEY LAST..
2.50 HATS AS LONG AS THEY LAST....
3.00 HATS AS LONG AS THEY LAST..
11.50 HATS AS LONG AS THEY LAST.
5,110 nnil M.llO STETSON HATS WHILE
Ladies Waists
REDUCED TO 	
REDUCED TO 	
REDUCED TO	
REDUCED TO 	
REDUCED TO	
THEY LAST.
1.00 WAISTS.
1.23 WAISTS,
1.50 WAISTS,
2.1)0 WAISTS
2.5(1 WAISTS
.97
1.28
1.47
1.78
1.98
2.47
.93
1.18
1.17
1.68
1.93
2.47
.78
.93
1.18
1.47
Mens Dress Shirts
1.00 SHIRTS, ARE NOW GOING AT...
1.25 SHIRTS, ARE NOW GOING AT	
1.50 SHIRTS, ARK NOW GOING AT ...
1.75 SHIRTS, ARK NOW GOING AT .
2.00 SHIRTS, ARE NOW GOING AT ...
2.5(1 SHIRTS, ARE NOW GOING AT
3.00 SHIRTS. AUK NOW GOING AT .
Notions
5c HOOKS & EYES TO GO AT ONLY	
10c SHOE LACES, TO GO  AT ONLY	
f>c HAIR I'INS TO GO AT ONLY	
20c.   LADIES  HOSK TO  GO  AT ONLY	
25c.   LADIHS  HOSE TO  GO  AT ONLY	
50c.  LADIES  HOSE  SUPPORTHttS,  GOING  AT.
10c.  SAFETY    I'INS, TO    GO AT ONLY	
10c.   HAIR  l'IN  CABINETS,    TO GO AT ONLY.
25c, HAIR PIN CABINETS, TO GO AT ONLY....
5c.  HAT I'INS, TO GO AT ONLY	
lOc.OOMMON   I'INS, TO GO  AT ONLY  	
Domestics
10c. TOWELS  ARE GOING NOW AT ...
25c. TOWKLS ARK GOING NOW AT	
35c. TABLE OIL CLOTH, NOW AT	
15c GINGHAMS,   GOING  NOW  AT	
20c GINGHAMS,  GOING  NOW AT	
150. DRESS PRINTS, GOING NOW AT
20c. DRESS PRINTS, GOING NOW AT
I5c. VICTORIA LAWNS, GOING NOW
20c,   VICTORIA   LAWNS,   GOING   NOW
15c  COMBS,  TO  GO   AT ONLY   	
25c. VICTORIA  LAWNS, GOING  NOW  ,
20c. YARNS, GOING NOW AT 	
1.25 SHEETS, GOING   NOW  AT 	
1.011 TABLE LINEN, GOING  NOW  AT...
Mens Suits
7.50 SUITS, FOR ONLY TEN DAYS ...
9.00 SUITS, FOR ONLY TF.N  DAYS ...
10.00  SUITS,   FOR ONLY  TEN   DAYS
12,00  SUITS,   FOR ONLY  TEN   DAYS
10.00 SUITS,  FOR ONLY TEN  DAYS...
18.00  SUITS,   FOR ONLY  TEN   DAYS
20.00 SUITS,  FOR ONLY TEN  DAYS...
'.'
.04
.14
:■
.24
.1)7
1 ■
.12
I1'
.118
.11
■
.09
,
.13
;-.
.1)8
.12
,88
l'
.58
1.25 SHOES,
1.50 SHOES,
2.(10 SHOES
2.50 SHOES,
3.1)0  SHOES,
Childs Shoes
WHILE THEY  LAST ....
WHILE THEY LAST	
WHILE THEY LAST .
WHILE THEY LAST „.,
WHILE THEY  LAST  ...
4.27
4.98
5.95
7.15
8.95
11.115
12.85
.113
.87
1.19
1.38
1.77
Mens Sox
15c   SOX,   FOR   A   SHORT  TIME   ....
20c.   SOX,   FOR  A    SHORT  TIME   .
25c,   SOX,  FOR A SHORT TIME	
35c.   SOX,  FOR A SHORT TIMK    ...
50c.   SOX,   FOR  A  SHORT TIME  ....
66c. SOX, FOR A SHORT TIME 	
75(1, SOX, FOR A SHORT TIMK 	
House Furnishings
1.50 LACE CURTAINS, WHILE THEY LAST 	
2.80 LACK CURTAINS, WHILE THEY LAST	
2.50 LACE CURTAINS, WHILE THEY LAST	
3.00 LACK CURTAINS, WHILE THEY LAST 	
1.00 TABLE COVERS, WHILE TI1KY LAST	
1.50 TABLE COVERS, WHILE THEY LAST	
2.00 TABLE COVERS, WHILE THEY LAST	
75c, FLOOR OIL CLOTH, WHILE THEY LAST	
85c. LINOLEUMS WHILE THEY LAST	
1.00 BEDSPREADS, WHILE THEY LAST	
1.50 BLANKETS, WHILE THEY LAST 	
2.50 BLANKETS, WHILE THEY LAST	
4.00 BLANKETS, WHILE THEY LAST	
Ladies Skirts
4.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TEN DAYS	
4.50 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TEN DAYS 	
5.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TEN DAYS 	
11.00 SKIRTS, FOR JUST TEN DAYS 	
Mens Shoes
2.25 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR	
2.50 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARK GONE, FOR	
3.00 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR..
3.50 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARK GONE, FOR....
4,00 MKN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR...
,   A lew only of which we have the space to mention.    Many piec- iSElBltSlsra
es of beautiful furniture only slightly damaged, and which a little fur- ej
niture polish will make good as ever, going at  from quarter to half j{
their former value.
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
The goods themselves arc not damaged at all. but the boxes are bro- j
ken and the goods must go at something less than half price.
Men's Hats     'lie damage on these goods is so slight that
it would take an expert to delect it.    Hut they all goat from   .'5  to !;j
50 per cent of former price1,
Men's Pants '-Some of these  goods got very  wet but |
damage is slight, being confined in most cases to slightly discolored 1
linings, but we are going to shove them out at about one quarter of g
their value.
DAMAGED
FIRE GOODS
Blanket
s. lace curtains, crockery and chinaware,   sheets,   pillow
1. i'ii ■ : 1 ■    ii 1
1.08
1.83
1.117
I.IIS
.04
.11
5.011 MEN'S  SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE,   Foil.
6.00 MEN'S SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE,  FOR .
7.50 MKN'S  SHOES, TILL ALL ARE GONE,  FOR..
S.tlll MEN'S  SHOES, TILL ALL ARK GONE,  FOR
10.00 MEN'S  SHOES. TILL ALL ARE GONE, FOR.
Mens  Furnishings
Hie  ARM  HANDS,   NOW OR NEVER FOR	
73c  PRESIDENT  SUSPENDERS,  NOW OK  NEVER
10c HANDKERCHIEFS, Now oil NEVER FOR..   .
211c  HANDKERCHIEFS,   NOW  OR   NEVER  FOR	
35c  TIES,   NOW  oil   NEVER  Fill!	
50c  TIES.   NOW   OR  NEVER   FOR   	
I.III!  GLOVES,   NOW   OR  NEVER   FOR	
20c COLLARS,   NOW  OR  NEVER  FOR	
LOO BELTS,  NOW lilt    NEVER FOR 	
Mens Pants
1.511 PANTS, CLOSING OUT PRICE
2.(10 PANTS, CLOSING OUT PRICE
2.511 PANTS. CLOSING OUT PRICK ,
3.1111 PANTS, CLOSING OCT PRICE
3.50 PANTS, CLOSING OUT PRICE
4.(111 PANTS, CLOSING OUT PRICE
5.1111 PANTS, CLOSING OUT PRICE ..
,3'J
.44
LIS
1.63
I.SS
.fill
.97
1.2.1
.41
.47
.118
1.113
1.68
2.S7
2.47
2.SS
3.47
3,78
1.37
1.63
1.87
1.98
2.119
Furniture
75c   PLAIN   CHAIRS,   GOING   NOW   AT....
.-..'in MATTRESSES,  GOING  NOW  AT	
■1.00  IRON  BEDS,  GOING  NOW AT 	
11.DO  DRESSERS,  GOING  NOW  AT
3.511 CENTRE TABLES,  GOING   NOW  AT
1.51)  SEWING   CHAIRS,  GOING   NOW   \T
1.1111  SPRINGS,   ALL SI/.ES, GOING  NOW
VT.
Carpets & Room Size Rugs
611c  INGRAIN CARPETS,   MONEY  SAVERS AT
75c INGRAIN CARPETS, MONEY SAVERS AT.
85c INGRAIN CARPETS. .MONEY SAVERS AT.
85c TAPESTRY  CARPETS, MONEY   SAVERS   \T
I.nil TAPESTRY CARPETS. MONEY SAVERS  XT
1.2:, TAPESTRY CARPETS, MONEY  SAVERS  VI'
7.511  ART  SQUARES,  !li7.;  FT	
Ii).nn ART SQUARES, 9x10}  FT .
12.75 TAPESTRY,  7JX9 FT.'	
15.1)11   TAPESTRY.   9x1)   FT	
211.nn TAPESTRY,  '.ixlo;   FT
2.'..im BRUSSELS, 9x9 FT	
.in.nn   IIUCSSELLS,  9x12  FT	
Mens Work Shirts
75c SHIRTS, GET 'EM QUICK AT	
1.1)11 SHIRTS,  GET  'EM  QUICK   AT	
1.25  SHIRTS. GET  'EM QUICK  AT   .
1,60 SHIRTS, GET  'KM QUICK  AT.  ...
2.Oil SHIRTS.  GET 'KM QUICK  AT      .      .     .
5.3n SHIRTS.  GET  'KM QUICK  AT
3.It II
4.47
3 15
6.95
.114
.09
.18
.23
.38
.07
.48
.S3
I 17
1.5s
I 77
1.98
2.113
3.47
4.S','
8.48
9.87
12.48
I5.tr,
PI.95
44
,58
.58
1.23
I 47
cases, men's underwear, travelling bays ami suit cases, men's suits'
towels, bedspreads, quilts and blankets, together with hundreds o
other items; so main in fact thai it would require a dozen sheets the
size of this to enumerate them all, Will be sold al prices that will
cause wonder and comment for veins in rome,
Be on hand at the Opening
Nothing    Misrepresented.
In this entire poster we have nut. 1101 will we misrepresent in
any way, N" prices have been exaggerated, 13cm in mind thai
this is a very later stock and from n can he selected something foi
even member of the family, At the prices we are offering this stcck
it will pay yon L. I.it\ .1 supph i" lasl Im years, .i- n will In- many,
many years before such an opportunity will present itsell again, We
respectfully ask you to bring this postei along foi a comparison ol
prices.
A     WORD     OP     ADVICE:
Don't delay your visit lo this sale.    He here at the opening if possible, as a I I he prices we arc offering this stock, othei merchants ma) Like n .ill the hit il.iv
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. Pill
Tin;   PttOSl'KCToR,   C! It AN'BROOK,   11.   C
KKIIKIAKV
lini'.i
"Always The Same"
Milled from the very be>t wheal,
with every advantage given by intelligent Use of modern equipment.
Anchor
Brand Flour
is "always tlie same," of uniform   excellence,  tit-
standard  of flour quality.
highest
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I      EAST   KOOTENAY     jit
♦ ( DISTRICT  LOCAL   NEWS- t ♦
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I ERNIE.
iFrnm  the Free  I'm*
About sixty 'phones uro now In op The Injured man
emtion In the eltj nmi additions are hospital, when I
being made every duj bj Dr   Oreon
J. ti LanRtun ul Toruntu, audltoi
ii.i the Crow's Nent Phkm t'oal cum
puny   Id ni Hit   cttj  fit official busln
one <>i* tlit- teamsters hauling Inn
From it"- Cntnp to tho land wii
thrown from his «lelgh ntul liutl hi
leg aeverely crashed  bj  a tallnn: l0g !<
was taken i" the ■ «
1»
,11, udrd     to I
M<n ii
\      Mt Di n.. .i i    .t.' . il u ii. ii i.\
in  t i..i..' tin   ...■'
s.iii.   .il.l.iin. ii should  nni " ■'     -.
IslHtlon tu i.'.-.lint.' Hi.   ill i'i' ol  thi
 is* ..i  i I
pe,.       :i  ; tn \\   11 Hi ii, .■
 i. • '.   in   n.'lt.r..     lln-      Sun
Ki,
I'h.'   I.,.,,.I.
'I'll,'      government       nl   OtlUllilll   "ill
■m.    - ti.- ,,i n„. lavi '■ il   tixhtlitl I....I.I
in ■   .i   'li,'   \i., .... \ ut,,.ii I'm nn   r>
Sin.- trot In    ..i the people owe    ..
ncwapupci  no,
y...  hill   lot   iiliul   tl
Ki,,n, i...,   Opera t'o    tfith  lurty   act    (o| uha     u
i.      pltiy in l-'fi in.   .i   .ii early   , ,n , ^ v
''""' . 1,'i'iiu' lights mil lie turned mi
The Ki'iia.' .iul. will bine the most '
ManfcL by Leitch Brothers Flour Mills,
Oak  Lake,   Manitoba,  Canada
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
handsome room n t he ntei 101 when
thi :. -i ni dei'oruth n- nre completed
PI a i HUd 11'iiiU'. .,: e Im ing pan
■ ti eltel   nud   A'lll   ■   i-.iain     oil
. - ot local scenes     J   11   L0ck
PI.     So nsh0e Club held the moat
ii  trip this season on Wednes
duj evening   after which an tmpronip
tu duncf  kept  the members going till
11    irs   I thi  morning    ^on|brooh wen
..-.■.   % nests v oted the Johnsor
. - thi   finest ol hosts
\    tow      I    ccurred at Nn. 7 mint
:. .:     ■■:.  Tuesdaj   last    For
B.H.SH0RT
THE
Painter and
Decorator,
ARMSTRONG AVE.
ncxl  Mcii.lay, Kflun.,i>   Ul   The Worki
ol  installinn i* completed ami evcrj
thing  is in Mjiliiii'V' !,,r turning    on
the   'juice "
The building ol  n  trestle from the
Luke  Shore workings out  over     the
i' V r   trucks to Hit' lake is in pro
grass    'I Ih- waste trotu the mine will
hereafter     be carried out t)vei     tins
trestle nnd dumped in the lake
Mr, Ban Pugh of     Moyic and bran
'elsiui H in si H tin'
week and  was accompanied  by    con
stable "Bnldy"     Munis    Mr. Morris
returned to Crnnbrook  yesterday but
^^^^^^^^^ it will be six months until Mr. Pugh
tie     was injured    S0me|wU1 Qgain be with lls_
■ :•■ in the entry at the time
. It nt  but  thes     were   able
i«ir exit by w«j   of the   fan! HOSMI'R
■re the news of the accident  0	
nerally     known,  Urns spur- iKrom The   Times.!
relatives of the men much ■—o—
nrlety, i'. Burns & Co. have opened a meat
  market at Michel under the manage-
nent of J. Montgomery-
Gee, how y0u can wizz over the ice
it the new rink.   Take a tumble     to
iFrom District Ledger.
There are a  great many  applicants
pi  thi' position of chief of police   of
Wii
around  in snow up U
yourself and have a skate.   Don't for
get tlie hours.
The h0ckey game played between   i
Quern's hotel team and one from   the
We place our paint
on  op.   WHY ?
their     necks   seems t0 be a popular ] Royfti W(ia played last, Sunday on the
(Jee Bros.' open air rink and drew
quite a crowd of spectators. There
was some misunderstanding its to tlie
time tif piny, which led to some difficulty us regard to the score. At the
,,f the first half, which was re
aport with s0me people.   They call it
snowshoeing.
The Central h,,tel was caught sell-
Ing liquors last Sunday and summon
ses issued against them.
The Cr0w's     Nest Pass C0al Com-j end 	
pany are looking ahead  towards do-|ducedto    twenty   minutes, th'
Ing a very large    amount of building j was 3-0 in favor of the Queen's.    In
in the near     future.    Just at present j the second half the score was run up
Notice to Investors
I um iiisirni'li'.l in "IT.'i' fur sale
lln' following valuable property
known ni.
E. C.   Smith's  Ranch
comprising 1.70c acres of the
flni'si land in Uf. with tfiti acres
iiiiiIit cultivation, This ranch is
um ui'ii known lo nootl furllior
uxplaluiiiH PRICE $12 PER ACRE
l :'. Cash,  uultinco ttri'ftiigod.
/'.., fm-lher juuiinilarn o/i/j///
F. A: RUSSELL
Royal   Hotel.   Cranbrook,   B.C.
This is owner's price,   I do a strictly commission
business.
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When Run Down, Try Bovril
HOYKH. yields mine actual nourishment than tiny other
ftiuii—more . i en than Ih el
l;iir. although heel contains the richest kind of nourishment
il must he digested.
When run down the digestive organs are unable to assimilate
this nourishment.
But BOVRIf, contains till the valuable nutritive elements
of beef ready for itutuediiite assimilation into the system.
A diet uf  HOVRII, quickly  rebuilds wasted strength and
gives increased vitality to the body.
YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT FOR YOU
Longboat's Disoovery
Francis Edward
Corrison
llumlmnster Cranbrook City Hand
Choirmaster Knox Prosbytei'laii
Church
TEACHER   OF
things in tins respect are in nn em-
nl   when   bryn state but within a shnrt   time
a   paiiil.   1000 mom coke  ovens  will  lie    built
■^^^, ,, ,      i—H here, nmi other Improvements   made
»l..ii  applied  by nl I!   I'AI N'l I'.liS who  know   how  I '
Hcciiusc  ii   bus  Hie  |iu
MUN.'il   w.lli    |■.'i-1■ •<• 11 v   I
si   while   load  for  its
. hi in I   colors  in  oil   pi
apply   il.   ni'  are   prepared   ti
lar.'inli'i
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Campbell!
that will put FVrnie far away In the
lend of any city in the Kootenny.
The progressive policy pi the management of the ('. N. P. Coal Company
is very commendable and shnws that
they have great faith in Pernio nnd
their mines here.
THE     QUALITY     STORE.
Staple   and   Fancy   Groceries.
I'll, iNK
and
IMH INK
The place to buy your Xmas Goods, New Raiscns,
Currants, and Peels. Choice Table Fig's and fresh
Nuts. A swell line of Fancy Confectionery.
j MANNING
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iy.ii '■7^c5isS?5.-i>.sK>555^gSSiK Ji^vig^^K^S'AScis^^
UCRANBROOK
WARDNER
(From ttur Special Correspondent.)
visited Wardner on Tuesday on business connected with the lumber trade.
Mr. Lund returned from Nelson on
Saturday.
Miss Hazel Bonart visited ('ran
brook Saturday.
Graham Donohoo Was a Oranbrook
visitor on Wednesday.
Mrs oiseii of Hanbury has been
spending a few days with her son-in-
law ni Wardner, returning „n Wednesday.
Mr,   John  Breckenrldge of Calgary
w;ls here on Tuesday t() attend the
annual meeting of the shareholders of
tho CroWa     Nest  Push Coal  Luuiher
Mr
t0 5-2 in favor of the Queen's, but
another twenty minutes play was in
dulged in, when the Royals evened up j
the score, making it stand li-l> in favor of everybody. Tom Pitzpatrlch
made a most satisfactory referee and
kept things regulated to the end.
Richards, who played cover point and
Dr. Weldoii on right wing were stars
on the Hoyal lineup nnd Fred Loftus
and W, Todhuliter gave them good
opposition in the same position in
the Queen's lineup,   doe Filleau kept,
i the Hoyal hotel and Kenneday guard-
; ed the Queen's net.
GOLDEN    ITEMS
(From The Star,)
Travelling over the roads just now
is anything but pleasant, the rnads
being bery heavy. Consequently both
the Cranbrook and Golden stage were
a day late this wcoki,
A negro, who gave his n'.ilno as
Blair was brought frnm Field Inst
week, was seutencod by Mnglslrate
tirilllth to n term of six months at
Kun)loops, fur l» Ing n vug.
A man by the name nf Sluee,
died at Field last week front ttio effects of all accident ho received while
Working at "Hill Mill. The mtialus
were brought to Golde i foi intormont
The Union     Federation of Miners, of
Tate ami  her little niOCf spent
a few  days in town this week,     the
guests ol Mr   and Mrs. !'. I.uiul.
Mis   A       Sbeppard     nnd d„ughter! I)|,,,ver' °»1- wh°m tho ,,1,,,,'llH,,(' Wllfl
Amy s  Tuesday and    WodnoBday n niembor, took charge of the fumu-ai
In Cranbrook visiting fri.nds. arrangomonts.
A brilliant <,,int't, named Mnlley's
cornet, will lift visible 111 the heavens
within the next fi w mouths after   an
The story of Longboat's leap Into
fame is known but to few, and, at a
time when he appears to he the
greatest long distance runner of the
world it may not he out of place.
Two years ago last summer the On- 	
a„daga,   for  Tom   Longboat  belongs  l.aie HandmasUir His Majesty's Roy 1*1
to that tribe of the Iroquois,    which W. Fusiliers
with the other live, under the lender-1
ship of Joseph Brant, came to Canada from New York state, about the Violin, Banjo, Guilar, Mandolin
time of the signing of the treaty of | nmi Standard Instruments.
Versailles   in   1873, was in Hamilton j ——
n a marketing   trip with his nuclei   Orchestra   Furnished
ml aunt, who have a small farm in
the  Indian  reservation nb0ut   tiftoen ; Phone 25.1- CRANBROOK, B.C.
miles   from the Ambitios City.     He j	
wns given it couple of hours leisure;
by the uncle, but was ordered to be
ready to make the trip back home at
I o'clock in the afteinonn, and that
mi im account was he to keep them
waiting. Tom went along the streets
of the city looking at the sights and
among them he chanced to see a
number of big prints in a bookstore,
depicting the famous victory of Hilly
Shcrrlng in the Marathon at Athens
in tho spring of 1900, Tom became
wrapped in the picture of historic
contest c„uiing into tho stadium the
recipient nf cheers that ho forgot all
about the passing of the time and
when ho discovered it. was nearly live
o'clock and that he would be an hour ,^^_^^^^^^_^^^^__^_^_
late for the journey h e, he decided  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
to hoof it.
lie brol'Q away and ran all tho distance to tho starting place, only to
linil that his people had tired Qt Waiting ami left him lo got hoinc as best
he could. This latter would not have I 2
caused him any concern only that he   ♦
had so 'bores t«, do thai   would) Z
not      wait      I oi'  darkllVSS,   and   there: ?
would be trouble in store for him at 1 4
the  bands of his irascible undo.   Bo  f ,
there was nothing to it  then lint   to ■ T TonSOPial      Avt X
I'laicnee Martin left on Monday to
loin his brother in Idaho.
Constnhlo Adnoy wont to <Tun
i.i,„hk ,,11 Wednesday on official bust-
H0TE
71
fc ;
M Guests Comfort a Specialty   Hood Staliliritj In Connection !
NlMII'I'Sl
ll.'lli	
In I'lllll'Otltl
I'm    l,hi!
Cli'ti
(ll!|IOl
|)ubllc
iilii'iiul.
lllWII
1 '1
inlli'il
'in Monday evening the cltl'/ons of
Wardnti wore Heated to an enter-
tjiiniiii'iit 01 llie Library hall, the
program being tuinisbed by lotal tal
"tit jihIoi the leadership ot Mr. John
Hmith Those who expected 11 heat
wore nol disappointed as Homo excellent nn|(jctlnns wore rendered, and
thi' largo nnd appreciative uiidlenCQ
was kept in grcnt bum,,!' during    the
E^j .nil v.-amr     This in to be I lie lil'Ht
iJVx ol n   nrle   ol coticai'tH which will ho
wlj looked forward     to with groal inter
on ei t by -ill mimic lovers In Wiii'dimr,
Ml      A    t   ii. .intent tlmt   thf   i,,nr
%) looked  foi   truffle  bridge at   WnnltiBr
absonco of one half a eentiiry. Perhaps the appioachlii" visitor is re
sponsible for the extrnot'dinnry weather we linve been having lately which
(act Is m,,re than probable.
The man McNeil, who was raptured
at lievclstokc last week for forging
a cheque on tin' Lawrence Mardwafi
company, is also wnn ted in Cloldon
on 11 similar charge, l( he Is the
Rumo nmn wh,, Is Wanted bere, as he
no doubt Is. will have to fuee a
charge of forging a cheque un II (I
I'tirsnii, Ltd., for the sum of $52 110
Constnhlo Tonnunt expects to rocolvc
word from ItovolRtoko toduy nnd if
he is the long wanted man, ho will
be brought to (iolden i,l  opoo,
WANTED.
,1VF HOOKY    MOUNTAIN  GOATS.
Live Rooky Mountain Goats are
.-anted for Zoological purposes, per-
nlts to catch and export thoae animals will l»e issued by tlie Provincial
authorities.     address;—
Dr. OHOIL FRENCH,
Naturalist.
Washington, O.C.
W.   CLINE
0
Of the uld MmiftobU Hnrber
Shop oun im.w Ik> round In the
MANITOBA HOTEL
l''lr»l CliisH  Work  In
nil   linini'lii'M  11, tin'
X
run     Uie   illstiiui'i'   j,nil tii'l. l,o,n(l us t
sunn us piissilili'.
A   I0W  Illl'lllli'S   III'   W||H   nut.  In      the i M
country iioltlnn tlio piko nt n twelve
mill' nn li,,in  mil,.   Ami he kont    It hli Indian, tho luttur attlroilln an old
up, f0r Im dotermlnotl, l.y taking    a bathing suit, nppoarod at tire Htiirt-
shni't out, to limit his rolntlvee home, inn llnu.  Tire Inillmi wan a hundred
.j™                                               HOGGARTH & ROLUNS ^^^^^^^^^
1 Hot nnd Cold I'.nllis Proprietors B[|  '
s""/.                                                                                                  tm A imlnlttl ncclilonl (iooiirre.1 mi Weil-
3^^i5;^^^i^;^^3^J^^^-^^^i^^5^i^^a neiday >.....ntm.. when Davltl Francis,,
nt li,... In ln< nn iii-i'iillipli!ilii-<l (not,
lii i,, In honed Hint rilinnr in t.lilH
in lines    nut    prove tn in1 ii inlsi'.   Trail
hotwoon Trull and Mujrle liae    Ik
MA'I'DH IH I'llHTI'llNKIi
h,   .|   The h"t'lii'v iiuiti'li
poetponod on nccotinl ol Ice liolnu   In
I i' hIiiipo.
unit tlmt Is exactly what he did. He
went striilKlit tn work ut his chores,
niul when u lew minutes Inter Ilia
uncle nrrlveil, imagine Ills surprise lo
see Tnlli llHlil nt work ns If u llfteen
mile run were nothing at nil.
of (',,111'He    yiiuiie. [..nngbottt'e    teat
wnn nnlHeil about    Hie neighbor!) I,
uiul win u ii hull brood runner nuined
linils, wliu had ontorotl In the lluiii-
lltiiu, Ontario "Hornld" Marathon,
wnn ut the ri'Si'i'Vittlnli for u lew
weeks' iituy he lieulil nl the fusl  time
'I',,111 hud iiiailo n  Hamilton to Ills
I     n.ivi-i  Imnii'illiiti'ly   tried    the
young Itcdnkln out, with the t'omill
that he ''new nmi lie had dlBOoVored
ii wonder, Keeping his dlecovory in
liiliisrll, Uie tlulflireud tl'loil Ills now
found pi'odlgy In the llornld 'id'e set
for lliu next TllaiikHglvlttg liny around
llurllngton liny.
tin the dny of the race llnvln    unit
to nne shot, uiul iinvis took advantage nl the price to lay down a few
nn his mull. It is history that Long*
bunt, wnn the rare In such good time
that he ut once wun picked us the
runner of the World. And since then,
with the. exception of his performances In London lust summer, he cer-
tninly IniH proved the contention.
Ottawa I'Yrc Prone.
CANADIANS AUK UKATIUN
Clluegow, Ifob, 3, The Onnadlnn
eiii'lei's worn ilefeated today at ^rnss
iiiyln,,!, by the Uppor Stmlreran nnd
Mi'iillnii'l pliiyers.   The score wiih IHO
In   III!
THI')      I'ltoHI'I'ICTOIt      IH      tli'-TO
IIATK IN ITH JOB WOI1K. (IIVR
UK A THUI.. TUK   L'Kl ISI'KCTI »R,    CUANHKOUK.
KKHKl'AUY   ii,    1!
Puifi
SMALL DEBT'S GOU1VI
Electoral District   ol Oranbrook.
NOTICE in berohy given that Sittings oi tho abovo Court will be held
at tlm Government Building, ('run
brook, lor the disposal ol cases
every Weduesdny, at two o'clock p.
in.; at Moyle every Saturday at tho
Steele and Wardner on such days
and dates us maj lie appointed in
i im proceedings,
uatne Uour;   aud ul   MarysvlUe, Fort
All debts and demands not exceed
ing the sum oi $10l| can be sued for
and recovered in the above men
t. luiiud Court ui) Summons ami
Judgement, Uarnlsheo* (either botoro
or after Judgement) or on lustal
meuc order which run bo euioreed l>>
commitment If necossary,
Instructions  for  proceedings  can In
huutled m   to   the    undermentioned
Clerks of  the Court.,   viz:—
V. li. Morns, Deputy BUoritf,   Cran
brook,
l1. 0, id ni tli,   Provincial   Constable,
Moyie,      or tu
Joseph  Walsh,  Provincial  Constahlo,
Port  Steele.
BY ORDER
Joseph Ryan
Magistrate.
Dated 22nd day of June, lltus.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I, Andrew II.
Grace, of Cranbrook, occupation
Journalist, Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner ol Lauds a,nd
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands In Bast
kootenay: Commencing at a post
planted ut the south east coiner of
block 425, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north Hi) chains to
place of beginning, containing 1140
acres more or less.
ANDREW B. URACE.
Dated Oct.  2t'., BMI8.
The time for the commencement of
he publication in the B.  C.  Unzette
of the above notice has been extended
to the 4th day of December, 1908.
J.  P. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant    Coin miss loner   of Lands
iul Works.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Clement 11.
Pollen of Cranbrook, occupation
agent, intends to apply for permis
siun to purchase tlie following described lands: Commencing nt u post
planted at the S. W. corner J. Menus
Pre-emption, east 110 chains to the
boundary of lot 6033, thence 30
chains south to the boundary of lot
2048, thence 30 chains west, thence 30
chains north to the point of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
CLEMENT II.  POLLEN
Dated, October 30th, IMS. 45
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Francis 11.
Pollen of London, Eng,, occupation a
free miner, intend to apply for permis
uluii to purchase tlie following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted ut the N, 10. corner post of
lot 342, 40 chains north following the
boundary of lot Uti and 338, theme
40 chains west, thence 40 chains
south, thence 40 chains eujst, to the
point of commencement, containing
100 acres more or loss.
CLEMENT H. POLLEN, Agont.
Dated, October 30th, 1008. i'.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Jos. Rynn
of Cranbrook, occupation Journalist,
intends to apply for permission lo
purchase the following described
lands; Commencing ut a post
planted at the S. W. corner of lol
2048, south 30 chains to lot G033,
thence east 30 chains, theme north
30 chains, thence west 30 chains,
to the point of commencement, con
talning L00 acres more or loss.
CLEMENT II.  POLLEN,  Agent.
Dated, October 80th, 1908. 45
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Hugh Stnwarl o(
Cranbrook. occupation merchant, In
tends to apply for permission to pill
chase the following described In lids :
Commencing at a posl planted on
the Kootenay river approximately on
the Hniii.ii boundary id hit Utl, 2u
chains west to the boundary of lot
342, thence 40 chains south following
the east boundary of lot 842 to tho
Kootenay River, thence 40 chains foi
lowing tlie Kootenay river to the
point of commencement, containing
60 acres more or less.
CLEMENT 11. POLLEN, Agont
Dated, October 30th, BiOH. 45
ADMINISTRATOR'S  NOTICE
Notice ,s „,-e„y"e,i,„ .In  the St0Ck   Quotations
,2th ilny in December, Wits, n wns
Hi'cioroil liy I. li, Wilson, Hsu.., Judge
of the County Uoiirl ot IUuhi  koottn As Furnished hy
ny, iImi  James forguson Armstrong, UKALG .v  KI.WKI.I.. (trunbr i, U.I
Uittclal Administrator tor that nor
i ion "i the ' otini > ol Kootenay lu-
uluilod  in Hi.' eloi lorai districts     ..I
t'1'iiului...i.   anil   Pernio,   he  A tola Aurora Cons luted
tntitor of nil ami singula!   the estato Bi ,■   Amalgamated
of William Stanley Mchlwan deceased ^   ,.   Connor
■ Canadian Goldllelds
Foreign Office Denies
inteetute.
Ifivery person Indebted to thi
deceased is required lo muku payment ''""■ N'"rtl1 w,sl "ll
torthwllh tu tho undoruigued. Consolidated Smelters
elvers persou having eiiects belong Crnnbrook   l-'iti-  brick
Ing to iho deceased is required forth .., ...    .
mill i tifj the nndersig I. "       "'"
Kvcrj rrcilitur or nthor person hav Dlomonil Vale Coal
nn; any claim upon nr interest  In tho Dominion Copper
distribution ol the oetato ol tho said international  C0al
decoased     is roeuilrcd tn solid botoro ...    .    ,,    . ...       .,,
.., , ,   . N inn i on   I    ' s   .t't
the 31st tloj .if Hi iiiln'i', I'JO'J, next,
by registered   mull  mlilrosaed   to   tl"' NlplBultiK
undersigned,   Ins     namo ami addross North Star
mil tho lull purtlculara ut liis claim McOUllvray Creoli  Coal
i anndians     born,   and yet unborn,
will rise up nnd call Lord Alverstonc
blessed compared to tho native arch
January 311,  1909.      j itccts ol  ihis great  internationul wn
Did   Asked  '""'ays foolishness.
:>.:>     [Tnele Sain scittnndercd I.i- own pat
.nl        .00 I'initiny     of    power on the   \moricun
'"'       '-^'I side nl Hi" Nlagiirn   Thin li • propns-
in .ii v by which he 'will help re
HOLD    MEETING
.Mountain  Lumbermen
.IV
ettilato t'uniiiln
P.itr
I'nii.iila is to get the barren privl
ego nl' helping il"1 United Stales I,,
egulate American water privileges
pgulatcil   tn
tlm,  have already In
nil*
st, ami a statement ol hi
lilt'   Sl't'UI
H  Unmblor Cnrlbi
account ninl tin- nattiro	
ly in any I.I b)  lmn. ""V"1 ( "' '"'"
Aftoi   tho snid last  mentioned date   Society Qlrl
Jin- Administrator will  procoed  with   Sullivan
Hi,, distribution of tho estate haying Tkl|
regard tu those claims <inh ni wlnrli
Im shall have lnnl notice   ' Western nil lord.)
Dated at Cranbrook  this  It'.th day  Western nil tpref.)
"i Dec her, 1908, Vctornn War Scrip
.1    P.   AU.MSTIiliNti,
il utlirial Ailiuinlstratiir. -
I i.i
i.:,:,
1.40
tin.nil
in.in
.11!
,:ih
.in;
1,06
t.so
CUANHHIUlK LAND IIISTltH'T
liisiru-e ui   lilast  Kootenay.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
thi   ii(1itii  .ii oxtlnctti n
J j i'..,n ii!<i is li. give tho priceless pri-
rllogo '•!' permitting the I'nlteil Stat
is i,, lolntly regiiluto t'uiiiidiaii water
prlvllogos that nro as yet utmost nn
* I touched.
And a country thai imitluccs n
I.nurler t,, propeiso such .in alienation
i.t Canada's property, suih nn nhdi
rain,n ul Canada's sovereignity, is
tin.     ituiiii  nl tin- Binni'l  people who
s red ai   Lord Alvorstone as a stir
I... I  old   Englishman.
Tin- International ivatorw'ays hum.
Iiuir promises to stniul us one nn nn
mental oxnmple of sii Wilfrid Lattr
ler's International smartness, That
I sinui'tni'ss will cost Cnnadn u million
times tllnIT thun tin  value nf nil tin'
presented. Tin- lumber manufactur.
s -.-., re fortunate ill havine a c,.v
nment in Urit'-a I ,.1 imbiu that
ade evi ry rndi avoi to ;.,-t>'i the in
gather in Nelson       il,lstry ","1 rtlch *««'""' ">m"- l"
art iii ii i.in nnil square manner with
them  i,,i  tin ii  In -t advantage.
The memhen ot the M..nntuin l.um      u,-      Unite   concluded hy polntlne
ber Muniiinclurcis' n.s-o"hitton :.. t In'oul 'li.it there were in tin- Ko.ituuys
Nelson i',,r their annual nieeting Sal    s0mc ! i CO nulls representing mil
unlay     Inst    Tin-     following officers n, nj „f dollars „t cupltnl
wore eli'Ctc.i    foi tin yeai   President,      j,  u    Rnh nsoii,  replying for     the
Otto     Uichinund   ol   Vrriiwbcnd; vice  lumberimn. said that the subject     ..I
prosidmt,   mis     Staploi m Wyclitlo     ,|„. p,,.,,,..,   mtere.tH Was a very wide
and W    1    \" tic  .-.,■. re-elected     .is  ,„„. . ,„|     ,..,,,;,| ,„,, i„. ,i,.;,ii  with in
secretary      treasuroi     \     .. -,.i.ni..ii  .,„ .,,,,.,    ,,,„,„.,  ,., ,    Tho business
was passed endorsing the rec nl     nc    „.„   , „,.    ,,,     .tondy work from the
II,,11   ul   111.'   Vani.iiii'.' .ml  ,.!   I ■    ..„  „.  ,,,  th0 , „, ,„,,,.,.  „„.„  ,,,
'"' ""' I"'"""'' ' Ul" ""1    trj ..in ,, ,| ,,. ,  „..,„    |lbmtJ  ,,, ,„ n.,:.„ .,
11     disrusstiii     on nmr'-'i't tondltloiis N(.ar|,     .very branch 0f the Industry
1  I'lm'" ami     committees f,,r     the ,,, ,,  ,,, |„ ,,„.,,,,, ,„ by „  specialist
V'"' i'«     I"1"' l'»t»' uradlnn an.I in ,,. „, lh, r„ttin« down nl tin- trees to
"trance were silertetl the time "Inn the wood was complete
Inirlnii    the evening the lumbermen |y   „, „.,,.„.,,„,.,,      Concluding,     the
"'■'''     entertained to a Bplet I ban- s|)0I1!.e ntloncd     tin-      wonderful
 I    ■"  "'" Hnmc hotel given under , „ , „.,,, wlllch ,;.„| ,„.,.„ nbMrved     In
Hi,,    nusplcos   of the board of trade ,,,,.     |ni|,mt,.y     during the post fow
Prod     A      Star! oy, president i t the Vl ,,.
 '"'     "I trade prcsldi 1 .-, mini       ,.   n      ,(,„.     repiy|n, ,,, the same
her ..I spoeclics wore delivered.     The ton8| |ii,lstmtl.(| ,|„. v.n|uc ,,,- tne |„m
nn  was livi in il  l>y songs     fl' an
her biisini'.is tn lln' eiiimtiy hy unint
"''"' ■'' '■"liil1'1"     I"™1 s,,k's"lil" re; I Islnnds that I'm, sncrlHced by th,
TAKEI NOTICB that Thomas     J.  presenting      Canada«     Oldest   and, . (j   Uv,,,stom,    ,,,
Agar, ni bimcoe, Oiiiano, occupation  Greatest Nurseries in Crnnbrook niul'
intends to apply
I11'1.  adjoining country,
i ronto Telegram.
Laurier Treaty wo.se than
Alverstone blunder
mission     to    purchase the following     „, ,
land, lieiiiR lour isluiuls in the Knot-      ''"' Popularity nl  our sunk   which
may     river     lying opposlto lot lit,   is    grown mi limestone Boll, making
group  t,  described us follows:  Com-  0ur     trees and     hushes hurdler nnd
monclng nt     ,, post planted on tlie  ionger-llved than const grown stock,
west side ni the northerly island   in ,  ,    .  . .       ,
the group anil on the south line    of   ls acknowledged by experienced fruit   NEGOTIATED   WITH  PULL KNOW
lot 338, group I,  Kootenay district;  growers. LEUGE OP OTTAWA
thonco    down   stream following the     we    make    a specialty of growing | —"—
London, Pcb. I The Canadian correspondents'of Hn1 English papers uie
sondtng reports nl Cnnudinn com-
plaints that the terms ,,! tin' wntor-
westerly    side    nt     the island tn the   st(|l,,.   ,   .  ,„.;,;,.,,   Oo|1|mbla   .„„,  sh,p
sniiliii'i ly      einl    tllelenf;      theuee  up ,       '
stream on the easterly side   of   the   '" carload to tlmt province.
islund to the south lino of lot   33S ; ,    A    permanent     situation  in  right
thence   west   tn   place of beglnninj
also the three smaller islands    south
nf the abovo     island, all containing
uhoiit .su acres.
THOMAS J.   AGAH.
Dated October 30th, 1908.
The delay for commencing the puh-
btone & Wellington
PONTHll.l.   NUKSEIUES
 (J
(Liconscd by H. C. Governmont
lii'atiun  nt   the  above  notice  is  ex-j'poRONTO i)NT
tended tn the tilth day of Novcmbor,
19118,
.1.  P.   AUMSTHONG,
Asst. Conun'r. ,_        *   ,
For Sale
convenience oi  purchaser.     Apply u
.).   !•:.    DICKSON.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Kivirt tlmt ;iii n|)
plication will be made to the parliament ot Canada, at its next, session,
by tlie Kootenay Central Railway
Company, for an act to amend its
act of incorporation, beimr I. Edward
VII, Chap. 71. as amended l>v il Edward VII, Chap. 112 and -l Edward
VII, Chap. '.'1, by extending the time 1      ADMlN'ISTIlATOK'a  NOTICIi.
for completion of    said     railway as j 	
limited by said act of Incorporation Notice is hereby given that on the
and amendments, and for other pur- 8th day of January, lilOtt, it was
Poses. ordered   by   P.     K, '  Wilson,   Esq.,
Dated December 5th, 11)08. I Judge of the County  Court of    Mast
man,  with territory  reserved.
Pay   weekly ;   free  utitllt.    Write  foi   ways treaty betwrt i the United Slat
particulars. es   anil   Canada,   which was recently
signet! at Washington by secretary ol
state Root, and the British amhassu
dor James Bryce, were kept secret
from Canada.
In     rt]ily  to these complaints the
British     foreign   nrneo     has issued a
statement that from beginning to end
ihe whole affair was negotiated  with
Cottage   near~chrJol,    (lve rooms, |tho   ""'   k"owlcllS|! "'"'  aciiuiescence
in good repair,    nice location, water!"1 ""' Cnniidlan govetnment ul ivhose
nnd   cess-pool,       cor -   lot,    good   InBtlgatlon    tli,'    drnlt of the treaty
fenco, furnished or   not to   suit   ,,,, ] wis pivpan ,1.   The   statement     adds
that all amendments wire prepared
by Cuiiadn or referred to Ottawa ami
concurred in hy the Ciimdtun government before being embi died tn the
I realy.
Messrs.      Lupton,     Smith,      li, mild S,,I1H,    „,,„.,.,     rtleh rnn Into many
lln'tt"     '""!    Heillowny.   WllMns n's h ,.,.,N ,,, ral,u „s ,,, llollnl.a     .„„,
m-chestra    veil    suttubh    selcctii n  Snll| Ul.lt ,„. Vi|,  ,,,, |mnqllc,   „ |t
1,urinK ""' bnnquct. , ,„|V for Itscll bill Im Uie spirit which
Prod     Stnrscj     proposed Hie drat |lm| pr,,mptcd it
tnast  ul On' evening  which was that .,   M   Uy   ,„,,„, „.,, Ih„ ,,,„,,     „r
,,i the king,   I. was heartily res nl ..,,„,, ne|Khbollng   ,,,„
ml     tn     111 Hie usual innnncT mi I hy
siueine   the  niltl, 11 il anthem.
The nest     tonsl  wns also by     the
chairman nmi was "Our guests." Mr. whll|, Nl.,H „  „..,s ., Jisti-ibutlng con
Starkcy said     Hint ,,n behalf of   the ,,.,. ,, >1]]nl,1     |ilwnys |;(  ,,,„„„,,„.,,.,,
members nf the bNnrel "1 trndo   Hut   lhll [ts prosperity depended u  the
il     gave     Han, emit pleasure tn he ,,1„,i.„„,, priwperlty nl Hie surr,,i.n,l
able in show any hospitality tn such in„ c111e«
ell I sp,,'e
nt the Bplendld lintlugging western
spilit   which   hail   hem  tile   mean.      nt
ill ir uphulliltng.   IP p in-.a out th ,t
imi.-iil i.-el      holly  ,,!  in
the
Mayor l.iii'ln.ar   <>i  Ktsvclstolec niul
mountain     lumbermen    As   business a   ,,    i,,,,.),;,,,,,,! ,,:   Knsln responded
men     ihe     Nelso
nl
in suitable    terms tn the toust elien
Heavy call for Lumber in
the spring
%4,W
M:
50
*:i'W" f1
Harvey, .McCarter & Madonna!,     Kootenny,      that James      Porgusun   ]£IS!w'*Mffljik>
Solicitors for Applicants.  Armstrong,     OHiclal     Admlnlstrutni'   ajfc^^1 '''.^vaKBI
Wntts of Wnttshlllg cuputton Lmn
bernmn, Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchnso the following described lauds in Mast Kootenny Histrlct. Commencing nt. a
post planted nt, the North-west corner ni Lot .'il.'i'J. South su chains,
thonco West 20 elmins, theuee North
80 ehnins. Ilience LSnst in chains to
point of commencement, containing
Mill acres lllnt'e or less.
P.llWAUD    WATTS.
NOT1CI3
||
for that Portion   'of the County     nf
— I Kootenny   included     in t lie ISlcctorn!
Districts of    Cranbrook   and Pcruic, J     ■y®:'X*?fe$^£SW!''' •MB£?*r
CHANllllOOK l.ANIt DISTRICT.     he Administrator of all nnd snuiilnrl      ^Tif'^fM < We^%\r.'^
—u— i the estate nf   Frederick IL.uglns An j .iW^VV 'F,uMf1-^ *•3SJA^'''"-'•
District ot Kootenay, derson, doeoused intostato. Ws1sJ^!(«S^^bS'■■W^°f-" '
,,,,,.,,    v.i'i.i7M^""Tr .    .     ...       .1    N^'ery person indehteil to the   said     *W"tt*tfJfflmWBB&i"'ii***.. ..
IAKK    N,l|l'l''    that    I,    Pilwai'd   deceased  is     leipiireil    in in,     pa)       ■ •"/»!.Wtf UK   ■**>•' £fc
niont forthwith    to the undersigned.   |   t'*'"V  ito'3a*Ii-:Hlfc.'..      A »
Every person having    in possession     L'Je,
elfeets belonging   to the deceased    is I     \jas
rca.iiirod  forthwith  In  notify  the un- ! *   J      fl||J/.^Vf,e
del-signed. T   f^fi5lFw''rt'      U
Kvery   creditor   i.r   other    person ".. V; YI.   '7,' ,Vn,     *,.
hnvlng any clnlni upon or Interest
in the distribution of tllo estnte of
the snid deceased is roepilred to send
before the 17th dny of February
next, by registered mall addressed to
the undersigned,    his name and    ml-     This,shows ihe   II. I',  Sprayniotor
dress nnd   the full particulars of lib) at work spraying trees.     Urns., dues
Hated Decern   istli   IMS. 2 |claim or   interest,    and a statemcut all tho Work hut     holding the   polo,
nt his account uiul the nntltro of the  * nuzzles at   12.. lbs.,   pressure prnc
security  lif any) held  by him. tlcally smoke tllo     trees with spray.
After the said last mentioned date j AH automatic. Hy horse or hand,
the Administrator will proceed with operated and controlled. Number nl
the   distribution of   the estnte   Imv- nosalos can be arranged to   suit size
ing regard   to   those claims only of!"' tm's-    T'"'   'ai'KOBl   I    may  he
which he shall have lied notice. Bprnyed; for one nr two hureos sutiu
Dated ut.   Crnnbrook    this sth day prlco.    AIbo nrrnagcil  for vineyards.
ul January, mini. '"'>  '-1".'      ! '■"',"'1':'        ■ ""i1
J. P. Armstrong,
2 Official Administrator
Our Hand Spramoter
AIIMINISTHATIilt'S   NOTICP
Nozzles  will nut clog.    This mill, will
tint   appear again,     therefore do it
now.
w. ii.   II 13 A l: li.
:ir..| King Street,   London, Ont.
Take llotlco Hint I, Lizzie liracc nf
Cranbrook, occupation mnrrled woman, Intend lo apply t.< Hn- Chlel
Cotmnlssioncr <>t Lands and Works
tor permission In piirchnsc the follow
ing described liituis in I'iust. Kootenay: Commencing ul n post plantod
ut the south eiisl. enriier nl A, II.
draco's purchase, thence west 80
chains In the r.l'.l!. right of way.
theuee I..11..wing snid right   ol way  in
an     easterly   direction In ihe south'  ,,  ..
boundary nl Inl -I'i'., thonco in.ith in
chulns mure or less in the place    uf j    Nutlet! is hereby given that un   tit
beginning, rtuilnlllltlg  Hill acres morn loth dny of January,    I'JOO,    n     was!    t„|(0 notice that I, Cioorgo A. Jain
or less, ordered    by    I'.     10.     Wils.ui,   ICmij., I io«,,n    ol   Cranbrook,  H   '', occiipn
I.IX.ZIK dHACIS,      Judge of the County r t  nl    limit tlon, nnd. linker. Intend tn npply  foi
A   ll. draco, Agent.  Kootenny,      that Jn s      Ferguson permission tn ptirclum tho followini
linied net. 2iit.h, mils. ! Armstrone,     nllleinl     Administrator dOHCrlbcd     lands   Co nclng nt     i
The   time   for   the  enliiliieueellielll   erf   (or tllllt  pol'll„n      of  the   County      of   post   plained   al   Hie   N'    «     run     o
the iiiil.lieuili.il iii ihe H. O. (lunette   Kootenay   Included    In the Klcctornl   i„i n,,   1,121, thenco    en 1  loch In
CJtANHHOOK   LAND   DISTHICT.
IIISTltH'T HP  Kiiii'I'KN.W.
J Hie above notice Ims boon oxtonded
In the  Ith dny nl Deeelnher,  Hills.
.1.   P.   AIIMM'I'ltllNH.
Assislntil   ('.iiulnissinner    nt     Lnll.ls
and  Works.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTHICT
Dlstiiot of Kootenay.
1, John Tin.mns Sennliin of ('eull
brook, occupation rancher, Intend to
apply tn the chief enmnitssiniier nl
lands and works for permission In
purchase the following described laud
lo Hast. Kootenny district:
Commencing al. a post planted
niboiit 2 chains smith nf the south
west corner nf hit 721K nn the north
boundary lot S812, thence north 25.HI
chains, thence west 211 ehnins, thenco
south 25.Ill ehnins, theuee east along
the northerly boundary .1, led 2212
to the place nf beginning, containing
Mi acres more or less,
JOHN THOMAS HCANI.ON.
•ate* December 2ndl 1908
ORANUROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootenny,
TAKP NII'I'ICK that BlXtJ duys liter dnle I, Oeorgo 1.1..yd, civil ellglll
ei, I'l'iiulirook, intend making appll
cation     tn the II ruble Hie  Chief
H'olnmissiiitier nl I,amis ninl Works
or permission in piirehnsu Iho foi
owing ilesiTibeil lands:
Commencing al u p..si placed ul.
Ihe \. w. corner nl lol Intll mi the
Ku.sl. hank nl Hie     Koolonay  lllvor,
Ihenee   en:,l    III   ellnini.,   ninre   nr   less,
following   lln'  Niiriln Hilary     nf
l.d   1:. i.i 11 corner post  nt lol 8103 .
thonco North 211 chum 1, in   less,
loll..wini,' Hie west Hotindnry nf Inl
8ln:i    to    bank nf Kootoniiy lllvor .
Ihenee toll..Willi:   KoolellnV   UU'CI'  ill II
loath Westerly direction lo place nf
beginning, contulnlng 21) acres morn
nr less.
ClKORQia LLOYD,
inte.l November nth. 1008.
Districts Id   Cranbrook   nnd   Pernio, 1 thence north     211 chains, ihenee west
he Administrator nl nil nnd  ilndihu  40 ehnins, thenco soiilii 2u ch ilna   to
the estnte        of        Hugh       t'um|>hl'll. i place   nl   I'lilllluene. llli'lil.       e, ,n: ailil'ii'
ileeensed   inteslnle. mi  neie.i,
Kvery   person   llldolltcd  t..   Hie    snid i; ,,,.   .\|,,\ ,n.li'i   .liillliesi.il
ileeensed   In      rci|Uil'Cd     In  make    pnv     Jnll    18,   10(10.
Illenl   forthwith     tn   Hie   iileln. nninl     I
Gvory person having   In poHsesslno I
offoots belonging   to the deeansed   Is FORT stkki.k
Hl1™^.'01,1"" "   "'" "" ASHHSSMKNT DISTRK""
Kvery   creditor     nr other    person
having any     claim upon   or Interest
In the illstril.iiti In- osteite     nl
the snid ileeensed is rcipilrnil In semi
Ill-fun' Ihe 1V111 day nf February
next, hy registered mall addressed in
the   lltulcrsjclled,     his   llnlne   and       ml
dress nnd the full purticlllul'fl ..I hi'
claim nt   Interest,   and a ntutemrnl
nf his account and the 1 1  the
Hceurlly   lif any)   held   hy   I
ninl   nil
After  the  said   Inst   nielli oil  dull
Ihe Administrator will proc I   will
Ihe    distribution ol    the rilntr   haling regard    1.0   tlu.se clalu Iv
whirh he shall have lind notice
Dated at    1 milium.li    I Ills Sth ilu)
..I January, 1000,
.1. P. Armstrong,
siiTirp, is h
;,lire       Willi  Hie
einl     revenue
taxes and  in.-..  lux nssess.-.l     an
levied     iiioi.-i  11 iissoss in  Act,1
 I 1 indiuenl-B, niul  I-1  Hi.- pub
li. Im  Is     net, : III.- mid imyiihli
mi tin- 2nd <lay ol  Jnniinry for   He
your IIIO'J
All   laxns eollccliblo  for  Ha    Fort
Stoolo iiS! in. ni ill irni are due and
2
piiynhle nt my nulco hIIiiiiM nl Hn
iiovein neni oftlcos, Crunbi .,,1. H. ('
This notice In I. rins nl law In eipil
i-nl.nl I., a pcrsi llal iliini.nil In' in.
upon  all  poi'Soiia  liable f,.l   Due
Hated      nt   Crallbl'onk,   II,   (!,,    Hn
22iut .lav nt January, 1900.
A   ('   NELSON,
Deputy Assessor uiul Collector,
OUlcllel   A.lininlslriitol   ! ■'.        Port   Steele AsnesBlneiit. Illsl.li.t
Ihe     h< ni i-.l     ni trade were always iii |,„ ^i,.   j,tV
hearty sympathy  with tlm repr. senln '.,.,„, banquet   was continued  well  in
tiies nl ihe lumber Industry niul they l(i ,|)(. ,,.,,-iv (. nrs ,,f the morning
were always     willing to do any!  Ing
in their power tn assist them either
hy   obtiilnine   necessary new legisln
tlon    nr iii any other manner.   They
realised that  the Interests ,f the two From     tnqulrlts nnw hclns     made
bodies      were     closely   allied  anil  as am  a -.   lln-  nulls  al   Van -i.uvi r   it   i-
1 in"- weni mi thoy would become cvm estimated that  next spun- will brine
 ro     nearly     Identlded.   The toast a demnnd for botwocn live and sevin
was received with applause, Hn- tin;    million     feet    nt lumber lr  I'rincj
inn of "For thoy ,,re Jolly good foi Rupert, where Hi., material will large
lows," and thr -I -s. ly enter      int.,   the construct 1
I'.   Lund, ns the retiring president wharves.   Men  win. nre lieurnu     . 11
nf Hie association, rcsiiciiilcil, mid in diking a flier at ihe contract for Ilu
a lew brief w0rils tluiiilied the board wharf    which the governmenl intends
nf trade  for the hospitality  they  had hiiihhn;      nl   the n,,rlh.in  put      are
shown     in Hn- association |-,,r which now   Inquiring  nboul   prices  at     Hi.
he was s,.ealiine and snid that it  was nulls    and   gathering datii regurdlng
far i.-isiir [ni- a lumliei-iiiaii in attack the e,,st     of transpoi'tntlou, s,, thai
a cedar     tree   ..r   a pile ,,i sawdusl they will he aid.  in net their tenders
than a large audience such as lie saw In shnpe Immcdlutel)  Hn- governmenl
before him.   Hnvlng told tw0 exceed- .-alls for bids for the w.nk
Ingly   funny stories which lllustrntcd Owlus     to Iho (net thai prnctlcallj
im  imiiit  Mr.  Lund said that  In- had all timber lyim: 1.. the north ..f Van
always hid a warm jila.-i- iii his henrl coitver Island is sprue, and hemlock
for N'eis, 11   ns   ii  wns ai  Hn.i  place Hn- sprinkling nt tli- being very small
thai    he Ural arrived when he moved it     is declared hy millnicn that the
.ut nt Wiishlngtun 12 years ngn   ami enure supply ..f I.nil.Inn: material t0r
set   up business In Uritish Col him   Prince Rupert   will he   drawn     Ir	
Some of liis children were ul  He- pre    Vancouver,     unless    s      attempt
si III   lime  nl   sel I   ill   Nelson   and   he    si id   he   iii.nl,    hy   -lil.nl   mills   II,rill
often mid them that  If he wished tn I,, cut spruce I'm  Unit trade ami tills
:i\-e up hualnoaa uiul settle down    11   is deol I unlikely.
Wollld   he  111  thai     InWIl.    The  speaker As    SOOtt   ns   I'rilll-e   Rupert   gOtS   nil
concluded by saying thai tin- ban picl its feet H is believed there will he   a
was ..ue nf in; ny similar hospitalities heavy call     from that point for lum
which he had received In the city and her.   'I he hist sale nl governmenl ami
thai  be trusted tlmt tin- relations be- railway     property     in the new town
tweon lumbermen and ti.e'i iiiiienn   ..f will In-    stinted over betoic huildinis
Nelson would always Lo us cordial ns will he started  with a rush mil this
nt present. will mean     business for the sawmills
11.     Lachmiind     responding I.. the of Vancouver.
saiiie     t,,nsi     Bald tliiit  ii  had been
many   years si,,,-, i,e hnd ,„ade   a Montreal wondering
ipoech I,nt  it  did nut  requlr nl el
istic vocabulary in express his great
 relation „f tlicplcnlld bnn ,u«t. THBBB WASjiN_BAnTHQUAKB
ine music and »inghg, the speed, by y^  {                        m
the   chn.rmnn   ami   lastly rh.. speech .                             .,,.,,
. lea of earthquake shocks Inst nittht or
matlc  liv     Mr.   Uiml.   If'' h nl mkimv
, early tins    moinine?     was tin ques-
I'aluct] ficqUHlntatictTs ,n Nelson     itml .      ,   .
til(n itt'iiii; asked tmlnv     lln- selsmn
inn! always 1 i shown many Cjurt- ,      ,
,      ..             ,         .        ,   . graph at  Mr(iili university  f al let]  to
ssios win 11 tlr annual meet Inn <T the ,                      ,
iccoiil anv one ,f     tlir fhii-i1 shecks
issoelatiofi o   \\\u<-\\ In- was a  mem- , ,              ,                ,       , .      ,    ,   .
,.,. fi-lt. out this is explained by th   fact
bfi'  un      been held m ilu* city      Ihe ,       ,                                 ,
thai th" 1 istrument Is an old one .hhI
ipOakei after las \\\ ■ th it h>- h ,d writ
. 10L to be relied upon.
■en 11 sj ih I'.i  the uceasicin l.ut  had _.      ,     ,                                     ,
Tlif hhofks  were not  reglstcrtil    at
osi    It,    iol<l  ■-, 11,>  hum,,I,, is i-tt.i ,<■■■
, 1 ittawu nr     I oronto , n ins-t num n -
.it   absent inin<i< dn  u   . nd i hen m   ed ,    ,                                           ,   ,,
.'.I,.1 li      ire     up i" date ;,ml irhablc
,,    brothel   11.• inin in  in dr.nk   t ,  tlr .,
■ It  hnnrd of trad ,     to N"'-11"'1"    '"^rcilers wore  awn*-
..Phih.i     p„  ,1  l,,-.,n    .1  clt,  ;'"'  "  t  ";"•-  •"'>"""«""
, , In  ..   nl  nke th il nl at, explosion   In
,,        ,,,,.,I,,I ,e,        Willi I       lIl'Olllll
the n. ivspnpci  ..III..- down town   the
"' "'"ll''1                                          ' a ,, ..!„,     „,,,     id,  ami   Ih:   liist
:   H   I en 111'    ■   ni    hi   1 ... 1     n
. , an mn ..I tin- enrt 1111111 to Was     when
he In• 1.11.- mi. 1.  1   of II III h foi ei,      I       ,,
,,„:„ 1  :.  1 it 7'"1—;,ih :" m ,
ailed   to, 1   most imp i'l    "'"  '    Q,m\       hu""«	
' mile  u    nun      ' lireo nub-.   <>t mole
""   "li"1   '"    ,   "' "     ai     I  all,,,,  ,1 ,   level     ol
 l"'' '   '   v"    ihe city,  vl, ■      ,
1 •       "     n„ .',,,  ■     :,  Ml    iconch,
'""•' "' '■' '  "' ,  "",'       lve    do,      ,l„   lack,	
1,1   ll, .11 all      nl 11 I'llllll    I' '     lh
,   ,,,    ,,,.  I      mib.nl    """' ■"""'" "!"
,1 tlm niiiyoi  lo  tlvi   1 1   . ,
|m||     „l  Ihe nn ill    ol   'nl   .11
PEOPLE NOT CERTAIN W11l-'.TI 11''.11
,,l   Ihe   IlllllhOI   lllllll   IIV       lint
'!'',' n "(ii',.     Provincial  Snhool  Report
•■  M01111      'ii„. ,nihllr -,,  : reporl    I, ,vt I Hint
 u   ll1"   the   lllllll  Mil,Jll.i.l.l        n     II   iinllciti
11,1    ' llools  ui  I he  pi,,v,,   e Will        1
ml)      11     Hn-  Kootenii)   lull   In  the -u,  „.,,. , .,.;,,-, ,     ,  ,|,,,,   ,,1
(hole nl     Iho prov     There    wore tho previous     vein    The 1 1     ,,,
nhJ'-el      "'-i1  "- nllel 111 ,, m   ..,    ,,-n        ,.,,1.   n, |r,2      'I he
he    ids  ul   Iho   ll  mil   nt   had'-   lillll ,.,,,,,,1       ,,,,.,|   ,,(l>      allendm,,,-   IIIII le
1      Tho Ural  win  1
hy  pupils 1 ni'ollcd was  I,.',12
" "■     I'n'li   I,-, in-:, no pronti mreoas  G-IG.ori7    Tin   nvrr.iuc act
nil     ol     i11"  ■'■■1'   mid soc 1 thai ,,„| iiniij  ,,ttendnnco wim C'J.tlll,     the'
thej   both  I I towards ihe future hlichcal  ,„     the history nl Iho public
inieieis ..I ihe V, us Interests they schools. Puae
THE   PUOSl'KCTOR,   CHANBHOOK,    U   C,
EXTRA
TROUSERS
\-   ,   itili'  trousers lu,it   the
, oal   iintl   vest    to   .1    finish
llV    Sl'Vl'l
IVthitps .1  pair nl mil   li.tini
-' ill i     ': msi'l
the    ..;-'' twevn
II. IM
I llll     tl   'US   I'S    III
tlie-   l'"il   ketul
US       i   \|>,   I I        Mi,:
and tut.    I'liifs $-4.00, 4 50,
5.00, 5.50 and $t>
How about your working-Trousers?
<Mtit ^itl'i^Ltimrl-^t'          lU'poat it   "Bhlloh'u Cure will   a
•31 III- ^'lOtfl'ClTOl .      ways   en y   coughs   and   colds
Itussell sells lain! al owner k prices
Choice eat nit   apples   al    III."  I'alin
J    M   M,r,„,l ol Fertile, was In lln
:tty   l-'inlay.
.1    II   WulnrlRht,  m   i Ion,  ,<nt
lis iii town Friday
I-': .---li Buttermilki a,  Stewiei t a
Ml    an.t   Mrs    \    Krnppel were    it
own   Sunday   last
Mrs     K     lleai.e   ttnil   child   ol   MoOSt
an.  were  111 the Ml \   Satlll'day  last
linn,- Crape Kinn  .it  rttev    '
Mariniilad
todaV
Vol,
111  111 - - ■
\ i ai ■   • iV.tnt
this
point -, $2.25,
2.50, 2,75 and 3.5o
Burns   Bros.
Kcid  Block, Cranbrook.
, il   it   "Shlloh i Cure' v
ways   nn.-   in.
M    ',    I   end)
■.    t The I
M      Hawk of Moyie wns I
K    Ki. llalJsnll  ,,ii,l   l
Sols, l        n tn Thill  dn)
Mrs    .1    M    Dow   i .   I ■•,■■.;■ ll   » ,-.    in
il    da)
1-'   I'   ti.- ii.: -. :i    u     \:    : real was
,- M
Perrj     n , -   minimi
n towi   Monday
■I   Carle)
S ■ til    . •,   \l nd ,\
McHard)        N
■A. r- « Itts
■   M
f N'elsoi    ■' i the
■■ ■  -
eturned  Monday
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^:>>!„',    ,..,.        ,11
il   :.:.,>
l.isi r real i stati   with Itussell
.   -ale
George G   Jewel]        imber man of
fli  )  » is 'ii ih. city Monday.
in- city Thursday.
•':"1   Small   0f Kingsrtate was    ,n
wn Thursdu)
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REPAIRS      REPAIRS
REPAIRS
Wo miiki.1 tins ili-|,;n iMh'iii ;i specially, unci
iioiiio iiu'clinnics wiih 'lio hi^'liusl ol'
ri'l'i.'i'cnct.'s ciin cope hiitTi'Ksfnll.v with Iho
.-'iiiiploM in iho inn.sl inirii'tilo niuchiinisin.
Khimki you hnvo n ivtitch or clock which
litis nol i.'i\oii sttiisl'ticlioti, Iry ns, wn nru
conlidcnl i»l success, niitl •xutiruulco all work
GRADUATE   OPTICIANS.
RAWORTH    BROS.
C.P.R. W;itc!i Inspectors, Cranbrook, B.C.
♦ c. p. Rciil ,,f Crcaton, vcaa in town
♦ „n Friday.
T A    K. Watts.  of Wnttsbiit'K, wns in
J the city Friday.
2 w.  It   McParland     was at  Spokane
+ Friday on business.
+ Repeat it -"Shlloh's Olire will   al-
♦ ways   euro   my   cougha   and   rolds."
♦ Mis   A. Sheppurd and daughter   of
♦ VVuHluer spent several days this week
T ;it  tho h0mc of Mrs.  Hlckonbotham.
j Tlir     Baraco     union held its    first
+ mcetini!      last  Sunday.    A  very  plea-
^ , ,~aiit time wan spent.
4 Constable Joe Walsh of Kurt Steele
♦ was in the city Wednesday nn official
♦ business.
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John    Fox. brought out the fire brigade nii Tuesday   night.
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^                                                                                                                                        ▲ Eaton of Winnipeg were quests at the
4     ___—™_—__________«_—-__^_     ♦ Oranbrook Friday.
+ '!'   K   Hairy  ,,f Windermere Mnd F.
♦ .1    Morlgeail  of   Atlialmer  were  regis
♦ tert-d at  the Cosmopolitan Friday.
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Wednesday
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i'h are Hothouse  Lettuce ami   Rhu-
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Tnrkey     Fiirs.  Arabian Dates     and
Spanish Grapes at Stewart's.
w   K   Tat.- le(t  0n Thursday even
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ing i(,i Lethbridgc,
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K   1.   Staples of Wu'lilTe was in tlie
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city this week on business.
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Mi    and  Mrs   H. C,  French of Nel
♦
son were Oanbronk vialtol'S Friday.
K .1 It,,heels nl ,-!|,,,,,,,■,,■ iepre-
se"l ni:- ihe r,,il,in - vnilieate wiih in
lln- e-itj  Mnniliij
'I'I,,- K   i'   Smith i:,i„ ,i Is lie   i„ i
.ti- -    I in, 111    in   I!    i ■      ,1    M.'   |H!|    ii ,,.
Call ,,n K   \   l:     ell    i   II i,.l luilel
I     HiHillli'tl       Hi.llKC   l,,   l.el,   K in-.- ..
mill      ii, ,      \\ |ilj    ll    T    Itiatei .
-I ,,i«
HiMi :e     -.inn!,      ,i   i lilraj   ,'   i-'
■ - ul C   I ,,ii,-hiii a
if Ne Um   11 ,i,
hi ■ ,h   Monilas
■I     \l     i I..!..., \.        |      I-,, ,1   KH
lift,     I ,,ii,l   II    I!    I: 	
,1   \ .ill, HIIVl , I    in
I
il  i.i   i   Kitiltm
us- e.i.i .i.
-   P)   well'   in, n
,.i,ii,.n
■   IVoelnemla)
IVn     . ni,.     ,■,,],
necteil     with     the' i' I' 11   linihei  ,i -
M M       I     II    Vaiillecni   hit
ivheie thej
I'liunibiM  ..I e'limmeice
«, ,    iiiiinla.
Ahtloh'a Cure mil   al
■> ,. in)    rough     anil   cuhla
Pile        iiheriai    anil m uu n - Inelua
■ ■ '■ '    ',     n lh.
ill itricl   !,\   en-,,11,line     u
it ,  ., t  fm   farm iirmiiice
\   i >!,     Uowncsa hit  Wed
ni .    ,,,,     They  mil     ac
lie     Spokane Chamber    of
i',,tiinii 111   ..ii  ih, ii   annua)  excursion
, .. ,,in.i
The Unvacei union holeta its meet
tags every Sunday afternoon al three
o'clock All young men who have an
an In,in- i,, spare are cnrellully invited, i.
ui'' INTEREST TO li.Mlil MEN:
Wei' ,n:,,rmed dairymen, once they
investigate the new UK LAVAL
CREAM SEPARATOR will have nothing else ai any price or under any
condition, in one Instance :il' Wis
ei.nsiii dairy farmers were forced to
buy hand separators mi account ol
their branch eroamery closing down,
and :n of them bought l)K I,AVAL
machines, notwithstanding nil would-
be competing makes .if separators
were hoi alter the business. Like Instances en be pointed nut in almost
every section nt ihe country. If y,,u
haven't  bought   Vuiirs.  send tudav fur
mM°Sm "^    ''""""" H"'S ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
F.   II.  Ilnlst.cad „f Winnipeg, C.  II. ♦                                                                                                                           ■    T
Thornton    ,,f Lethbrldge, (i. Gnrbett ♦
of Vancouver nnd H. 1!. Magwood of *
Stratford were registered nl the
br0ok Wednesday.
A High Grade, Well finished
Handsome Alurm Clock
Intermittent, similar   to cut
Price $2.50 worth $3.00
ll  you want something not so expensive
;isk to see over Baby Repeater at $150.
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook,  B.  C.
HARDWARE
an'    t
♦
&. 3- 53itttting
♦
The Big   Commercinl    four, A.     II. 2
Sheiwin and ll. II. Nicholson of Hon- *
trcal. K, Oroen nnd A.  Muriiock     „f ♦
Toronto, were registered ,-it the I'lan ♦
hr.,,,1; un Tuesday, ♦
A. Ritchie o, Toronto,  .1. Campbell J
and II. Nosbltl  of Murysvillc, .1.   A.' i
Lnwsiiii ,,f Wycllffc and  .1.  S.   Smitli 4
nf t'l-esiini wen registered at the i',
nioDolltnii h0tol M„ 11,lay.
The  Herald,  editorially,   says that ♦
lis" vl:rwri,,,v'e,Is;!e,rs,!n,,n'sheeMn ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
town lately,  but   we cannot  say     it 	
they were whother's 0v rams.
PHOTOGRAPHER
AND
PICTURE - FRAM ER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
A  meetiin; nf the Conservative
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nn I'uosi'ii 1 <>i< i>
Mil.     1IO.MI-.     I'M'IK
■,   ■- the 1
\t hich   >' u   ii.   " M.,      .   < 1  1
.. : ,     p      thi '     I ' U       •     '     ■
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I         "  11      I the I
■      :.■   |(1 ■     ■ '       '    :.■
impel     .nvl    ueriml i
tionn
ecutlve eommittee w;is held in Mitrnr- ♦
on'n Hall on Thursday nlpht, .Mutters ♦
of Importance to the Cranbrooh tiis ♦
trlct were discussed. J
There     are     ,,    number of mining *
claims    which     huvc very suod pros ♦
pecta,     nnd given better transportn- ♦
tlon and n fair price for lead and wil ▼
ver, thoir is no doubt as to their    bo- x
ing worked. T
Ropeat it   "Shlloh's Cure will   nl *
ways   cure   my   cougha   and   colds ' ♦
A small Party Consisting of Misses x
Gorty     Wnde,     Jean Bridges, Messrs X
RUfl and  Corbel t  drtlve over to  l-'o't +
Steele l|\st Monday oven'ng.     Suppor 4
iinl   Ihe   drive  ti. me ♦
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ex-   *
♦
♦ i K Smith ol Montreal, pa present I ntr
X v\ B. Dawson ,,t Montreal, was in
J   the city Thursday.
J     rjhas   'lnsii'll. proBidont of the Yei-
tlowhead  Pio-s Lumbep Co.,  has none
I north on company business.
♦ ,
♦ i    Mi   and Mm, .1. W.     Hulliiuier     of
♦ Spokane were Cranbrook visitors   ,,n
♦ I Monday.
■James Joyce, representing the Rock
fieeH Lumber Co., of Mayook, waa
in town Monday
■ I K Ojjdl ti of llrinl'watfT, Sask .
and DairlBtor ll. w. t-iorchmor of
l-'''i nn-  were   in   t,,wn   Monday,
Mi   and Mir,,  s   It. Work and  .Mrs.
'i   Pro il t Pernio wore Oranbrook
vlaltori   Monday
N Darling, roproBontlng a Vancoii
or clgai llrm, waa transacting luisi
iobh ..i Cr»nbrnol'i Monday.
Grenier8z: Steward ^
Cranbrook,  B.C.
, i, i      a I,.,i     j,,,,  pay.
Will    lalll'i
i  n„- marl el    ',,   I     ilu,      l-.-.t
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! :
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ,   M   Church oi cn open,Hon, n.  n .
and l']   .1   Can i of Onlgary were    in
tin  ,ii\ TtHtHiluy
v  n   i,iiwl - oi M0ntroal, A, Mill of
were al Ihe Crap k on Tiuwday
A nieetlnjj ..i Lhn proposed Clinirul
Society win held Ttioadny nvtmlnn \
largo nuinboi ol ladles were ppesenl
in. ,i<* ,,'< I'i oio,"| lor altoH, 'il' o gi'll
tlomen ftn ten .r and buss di'. IbIoiib,
A Bllghl Knowledge of notnUoii Ih un
coasary \nul hei mooting will he
belli in tin- 1'r.eHhytorlnii Hunday
School loom ,,n Sunday next (mined
Intaly nftoi anrvlcn Mr c rris,,ii lie
Biros ii t,. I"' understood thai th'H
meetin" docldos the fortnnilon ot the
Bfttiloty or otliorwise Those w\\r» In
tend hccotiilng momherd ahoiild he
'prOflODt or 'jdione 253.
( ';ni i;il'o    I'jlilllul'N,     All isii
Auniii"   Mnki'i's,  ii nr I
DodliTH   in   Tt-llN
'.- ■ i:i the cimfei Hon >i ha i In itnl
li'd an up to date hoi oda apparatiii
oi'i when hoppln down town mi ;>
mill day stop in i ■ hi itLtriv 'i^1'
Btorn and bo i-rveil ■ illi the hoi linof
lea,   ell.,col;,te,    rntlee   and     tnmalu
Cull  for (|iiu| it Ion.'
'I'otlls
C.'rivniirnol< H\.  nnxl  In llntnlli'.v   ",lln
SlahloH itiv;
w    tho ■■ ilrm of  a  HatI Hod
i in     i    our   best   rccom
Uf ;o<   xelllng   Hie up to
All ti    Hanjsc and having
lied    en .(omen;      pal more
wns pnrtnkcn ol
wns enjoyed
♦
The C.P.R.     commercial  telegraph X
i,flice has been much  improved hy  in ^
atnlllng    a     sound     proof ti leph ne a
booth for handling of their hiiRlnoBB ♦
whii'lt injures abBoluto privacy to nl ♦
buaineas entrimtod to their euro J
Mr. II. Snyder, u   Manitoba  capital ' 1
ast. and an   old friend of 0, T. Rog ' -
era is a guest at the Royal this week.
Mr,   Snyder    is in li. C. lo- the purpose of making land  purch.tRoH  when j '
be fliula what will milt  him      Ho   i>
apondlng a few day* nt   Ci"st,,n
Kebriniry  1st    w,|H an exceptionnlly
tint   day in Cranbl'ook, ninl If     tliere
were any groiindhous thai  cum it
of their winter qiinrtora, their sh id-
owh were seen. The prevailing weather is particularly fine, nnd we call
take chances on tho groundhog, as a
weather prophet, for the next two
months,
tin     Monday   evening last Mr. and
Mm. Rimers   Invited some friends   t
a farowojl nvenlng for Mr. and   Mrs.
1,.   11.      Vatldei'iil      One   ol   I he  mil'KtH
n Mnnltobn frle-nd, rnmombored it was
the twentloth unnivorBury ol Mr. mil
Mrs. Rogers wedding, so hurriedly
nriiingrd a Hlirprlse. Alter supper
wan ,,ver. Mr, I olptmiii presented the
host end Imalr.Hs with a hntiiitiful net
„f ailvoi I t.p'e,, with molher of pearl
handles, with nongruUilntinna nnd
goorl wishes <J their frlendi
Repeal   il   "Shlloh'a Cur
win's  euro  my  oonglm  '"
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
hit sulil only l'v
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439-441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B. C.
WHITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE.
Hiam-li Stoec   413 Josephine' Street, Nelson, B.C.
George  Welch,  SelliiiR Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.   Business.
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The Firemen's Ball Court ot Revision.
Tlm momlioi'8 ul tlm Urn eloimrtmonl  FOOT STI'lUl.U ABSMHSMBNT DI8-
gave ilii'lr nnniinl hull Thurmlny night TRtCT.
nl. tin' nuelltni'lum and thr vorillcl nf —n—
t.liiiHi, in attendance «im Unit It prov- NO't'lOB 18 HUllKliY OlVhlN that
nl a Hiir(iii«ii In e'very wny. The at-. pnrstiunt tn nn order eil thu LiouteD-
tonelance wns largo, dnncing being ai,t*Governoi'*ln-councll, approved the
kept In full nwlng until 2,8t), The I lBth ilay »f Docombor, 11)08, a court
Ci-iinlii-iinli city niThi'stiii, under the 0| rovieiion nnd appeal, undo,' tho pro-
direction   nf   lliinilniiisti'i-    I'ni'rlsiin,, vIhIuii.-i ul tlm AHscsHini'iit     Ae't    nnil
[iiiniihril lh sir whloll proved    to Aiiicnllinont.H, [„i- Um ussossment ilis-
1„, nil l.hnt i-ihiM In- ih'sli'i'il. Ii'lctti nl Ni'limn, Blocnn, li,,l<lin   niul
li'nl'l   BtCClO  inl'  till'  piirpoBO  nf  ln'ni--
TAI'I'I'll) TIIK TILL ,!!,K, th».   "I"'""1" """'" I'/'1'" "',."""
: L'liliiiiiliin     rtniitlmin     Itnllwiiy < iini-
','hei rush    rnglntoi'ol tlm Manitoba Pnny agalimt tlm   iissi'ssniunt   „f tlm
h I   wns tapped mi  M„mlnv    night I "aid Compnny'a lninls nn tho BUpplo-
iinl (ll Bn wnn Inln'ii.   Tin' bierkoopcr montary roll ol liiim, nnil tho nppoalo
wns in'ii'",' ni the tlmo, hut tho ring to bo niiule' hy    tho oompnny agalnat
I    „l lln   hi'll nw,,ln, him. mil Im   innih' llii'im»''i,niii''nt. nf mild binds fm- lllllll,
nlilii" In um Im  Um Ibli'f who wiih Ii'il    in In «"l'l ellBtrlotn, will Im held nt tho
I'i'iiiiii' away, l'"llrl ■■■ •■■.-:<', Ni'lmni, II. ('., nn Tliuis
II   ii   idivi nl.     Iiiiiiih Cnliiuiblii ! ' day, the 2Mh dny ol I'Vbninry, A.D.,
ropronentative    nl    Iho   IHO 1.AVAL    MCI.NTI1IUAL HAS TIIIIIU UUAKB, IDlin, at tho holll'nl 11 o'clock In tho
i'IH'IAM Hlll'AllATOlt (10., wnn lii'i-i-                              ,, - fin'i'ii -nn, to which time tlm court of
tin, lii'i'iiinitii.', nf thr wi-rii cli il nt* hind |    Mniitroal, CJUO.i     Fob. II   Numoroiio I'ovlnien  for tin' Nchinti     Assi'simient
ins.-, wiih their local agrntn, Pietiiiuco  ronortn hnvo boon nwlvid n, nn   ml   District  lmn I n adjourned,
,1l'„«    Tlm     niO    I,AVAL SKI'A'IA'I' ! illllninil  until  tli'llliil'  bi'llli:  fell      In Hilled    nl    Ni'lHnn,     11. <!., tlliH 3rd
UK |„ .mill     in nil cnunli'lcB ,,r     lln   Montronl     nt t o'olodi Ibis ninrniUK. dny of .Innnni-y, A, I),,  1009.
Cllobc ninl is nlwnvn reciignlRCil nf Iho The h!i0cI< whs very sllehl. nnil hrliif. "HODIOOT HOnTT L10NN1M,"
iiliinilm-il    Over n«c million mncl,lnm|tl  Wn« the third shni'li fell horo Oils .liulein nf (' -1. nf llovlnlnn nnil Ap-
nrii now  In um'.                                             week pen).

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