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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     JULY   17,   lOOO.
No. t?.9
BRITAIN'S
StA POWtR.
Largost
Naval   Fleet
Assembled.
Evei
num bo
lc war
over o
Import
noted
most <
classes
Outstanding feature ol British
manoeuvres    this your is the
i' oi ships engaged in the mlm-
and    the   cnotmous Increase
thor recent assombiages ot Hit
ul navy, Tho lacroase is to be
in    nil classes of ships and
if ull iii tho Important fighting
and in the floet us a whole it
amounts tn considerable more thnn
i no per cont, .over the Bhowtng of tht
two great reviews of 1897 nnd 11102,
Thus, of big battleships there wort
In Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee
review in 1297, only 21, and in King
Kd ward's coronntlou review iu 1902,
tho stinie number, while at present
there arc lio fewer than forty. Ol
those powerful armored cruisers which
are practically battleships there wen
In 1897 only 4 and in 1902 only ti.
while now there ure 27. Of those de
rttroyors which Mr. Kipling bus cele
hrntod ns the deadliest of nil craft,
"the choosers ol the slain," then
were thirty in 1897 und thirty-two in
IH02, und now there ure 117. Torpedt
boats have Increased from twenty in
1897 nnd fifty-six in 1902, to 79 whilt
submarines which were non-existent
in the two reviews, now number 26.
The totals are 16.1 in 1897, 12.1 in
1902 nnd 350 in 1909.
In connection with thin tremendous
showing it muy be remembered that
In 1897 and 1992 about half of the
battleships were more thnn ten years
old, and some were more than twenty years old, of tho forty this yeui
all but eight are less than ten years
old, und practically all the armored
cruisers, destroyers, torpedo boats
and submarines are within that limit
ago. That, is to say, within ten year-
Great Britain has put into commis
sion 32 battleships, 20 armored cruis
ers, scores of destroyers and torpodi
hunts and more than two dozen sub
murines.
The present fleet is not only there
fore the greatest in numbers that hai
ever been assembled, but also thi
newest and most up-to-date and mosl
efficient, In the face of such a show
lng Britannia may certainly havi
some degree of confidence that shi
will continue to rule tbe waves.
"PAGIFIG"      ISUBMflRINE,    CHINESE.       IGOVERNMENT  OF KEEN HAVE MORE
GflNflDflJ IN COLLISION.   IMMIGRATION.! EXPENDITURE.
Fhe    Development     of     the Fifteen  Sailors  and  Officers!Government has let Down the
West. ! Drowned. Basis for Orientals   OnlyiQ
—o— Laborers Pay Head Tax.
Uranbrook Union Mission Band.
At the Baptist church Inst Sundaj
afternoon there was organised tin
above new christian force in the com
munity. The uresident is B. A. Toz
er ; vice 'pies.. H. Campbell ; Sec.
trcus., J. F. Broughton. These to
nether with the ministers constitute
the executive. The very worthy uin
of this band is to carry the gospe
in as interesting a way as possible
to the several lumber mills am
camps within reasonable reach of th.
tuty, conduct open air services and ii
other words put the shouldier to thi
wheel of the christian chariot, t anc
incidentally to exercise the mora
muscle of the workers in our church
es. Everyone who would like to hell
in this work to reach our isolated
brothers will be cordially welcome*
to membership. There is no fee, m>
restrictions, only spontaneous zeal
Last evening the entire band went ti
conduct their first meeting at tht
Standard mill.
The magazines ol Ihe United States
are devoting a great deal of Space to
die railroad development of that section of tin' Dominion which they
.erm "Pacific" Canada. This is the
letinition they give to that rich empire of which llritish Columbia is the
entre. The rapid progress rnilioads
of tbe Dominion are making In that
tectton nnd the valuable land, mines
.tad timber being brought to public
notice through these transportation
facilities has unquestionably aroused
i" he cupidity of tbe United r-'u tes'
'captains of industry." They dislike
to see such u prize captured and held
ny those men who cannot be brought
under the "community of interest"
management hy which the opulent
industries of the States are today
-on trolled.
Foi this reason some big projects
lirected toward the control of "Pacific" Canada are today maturing on
vhe other side. The fight for the
sontrol of the transportation facilities may develop into one of the his-
cork industrial hatt.es. It Is no serin that vast areas of timber nave
ieen purchased lately through Llritish Columbia by American companies.
Syndicates have secured many valu-
ible mining claims und the invested
capital will make the transportation
lacllitles valuable. From the tun* of
che press in the western states it is
ipl'iiiept ti -it these contests for the
development of the Pacific province
of the Dominion are by no means re-
.note. The tenacious competition of
Seattle for transportation business
co Prince Rupert suggests that foreign companies will exhaust every device of trade to control this rich coni-
nerce, naturally tributary to eastern
'anudu  via the prairie provinces.
If there is one aspect of this situation that appeals to every Canadian
as necessary it is that the great Pacific coast empire of the Dominion
must reach eastern markets through
ill-Canadian sources. Anything less
would not be tolerated for an instant
by the sane business men of Canada
For this reason it is not surprising
chut Vancouver is displaying unusual
interest in the contest for the (level
opment of British Columbia.
The prairie provinces have a warm
''riend in British Columbia, whose
jeople recognise the community of
interest bond which bind these    two
ich sections of the Dominion together. Just at present the press of Vancouver is unanimously favoring the
Selkirk Centennial Exposition as one
.if the j-reatest projects binding    to-
•ether the remote     parts of the Do-
ninion.    It    is this identical feeling
hat today is resisting the plans of
:he capitalists from the south to en-
:er the British Columbia field with
the purpose of diverting this huain-
ibb via foreign lines to eastern markets.
Londy, July l"> The British submarine Ull is reported sunk in collision with 017 oil Lowestoft, on tho
east const today. The lieutenant and
fifteen members ol the crew were
drowned. Lieut, Brodle is the officer
missing. Submarine ('17 is badly
damaged,
Later Lieut. Itrodie and Wutkius
were rescued, also one suilor. as they
were in tho conning tower at the
time. With the exception of the three
mentioned, the crew did not have the
time or opportunity to .save them
selves.
The cruiser hoiinventure with a flotilla of cii-ht submarines were proceeding in a southerly direction when
the steamer Kddystone ran In among
the vessels, colliding with Oil. The
submarine was badly stove iu, and
lies in fifteen fathoms of water.
Wire hawsers have already been
passed under her, and it is hoped she
can be raised at once.
b- C Indian Trouble.
Hazelton, B. C, July 14—-Commissioner Stewart of Ottawa, with judge
Howell of Winnipeg, arrived yester
day to arrange a settlement of the
Indian trouble. A big gathering of
indiuns was held this afternoon, but
from it the whites were vigorously
excluded.
Conserve Public Resources.
Interesting information with regard to the American campaign for
the conservation of public resources
has been received. The secretary .of
the interior Mr. Ballingcr, recently
thro open to settlement all but one
hundred and fifty-four thousand of
the l,4!)0,inio acres of public land in
Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana,
Idaho and Oregon, which under the
last administration, were withdrawn
from entry as containing possible
water power sites. This action at
first caused some comment as appearing to be a reversal of Mr. Roosevelt's policy. However, it appears
thnt the geographical survey has
been conducting a detailed examination of the land in question, and as
a result Mr. Ballinger is able-.to protect all the power sites withdrawn
hy the former secretary of the interior, and others besides, while reserving only a fraction of the area orig
inally affected. President Taft iu a:
firm a believer in the conservation of
natural resourses as is Mr, Roosevelt
hut being equipped with later information is enabled to improve upon
the latcr's methods.
The president intends to urge congress in his first message next December to enact legislation reserving
water power sites on' the public domain from acquisition by individuals
or corporations. In the meantime,
in a letter to the editor of System
he has made it known that he insists
on "the necessity for a comprehensive and systematic improvement of
our waterways, the preservation of
our soil and of our forests, the securing from monopolistic private appropriations of the power of navigable streams, and the retention of
the undisposed coal lands of the gov
eminent from complete alienation."
Thus the American government is
going a long way ahead in the policy of conservation.
Acting upon the request of the Chin
ese of Vancouver, the Dominion government has, by order iu council approved May 4, removed many of the
restrictions Imposed on Chinese Im
migration according to advices re
COlVed today from Ottawa. The .scope
of the exempt class, that is those
Chinese who are not culled upon to
pay head tax of five hundred dollars
has been greatly widened. Immediate
the order was approved its terms
were forwarded to all Canadian Immigration and custom authorities,
hut so quietly that the public until
today never received any intimation
of the change in the regulations.
ln a word the new order so widens the scope of the Chinese immi
gratlon act of 1!M)6 with the amend
ment of 1908 in regard to the privil
eged class of Chinese, that it practically leaves only the Chinese laborers
to pay the head tax, with the insane,
pauper and infectious still prohibited,
The new law puts even "students ol
manners and customs" iu the student
and merchant classes exempted from
the payment of head tax.
No Graft There.
Montreal, July 15—After three duy.*
of consecutive sitting nnd one of Uu
biggest fights in the history oi Mon
treat, the city council decided, by tht
narrow majority of one, to stand bj
the principle of accepting the lowest
tenders for paving work, and rejected
that much criticised reports of chair
man GlroUX of the streets committee
These reports recommended the let
ting of contracts for paving and side
Walks to the extent of $400,(1(10 ; it.
ninny Instances the contracts were re
commended to firms charging ns much
ns a dollar a yard more than tin
same work cost in the states, and
some fifty cents u yard lower than
other paving contractors offered.
Conservatives Meet.
A meeting of the executive committee of the Cranbrook Conservative
Association was held in Mighton's
Hall on Thursday evening for the
purpose of making the necessary arrangements for the calling of the
regular yearly meeting of the association and the election of officers- for
the ensuing year.
The annual meeting will take place
July 29th.
Assistance Refused G. T. IV
Chicago, July 15—Officials of American railroads operating west of
Chicago have flatly declined to enter
into any scheme that would help populate Canada or any foreign cotin
try. Some time ago the G.T.R. asked the general passenger agents ol
the Chicago-St,Paul roads to cooperate in making a low rate from Que
bee to western Canada, by way of
Chicago. The G.T.'s plan was to
meet the fares of its competitors the
Canadian Pacific.
The C.P.K. having its own road between the Atlantic and Pacific has
heen quoting very low fares to Fair
opeans to settle in western Canada,
and also, through its new Chicago
line, has been seeking colonizers from
this district. At a meeting of the
general passenger agents of the Chi
cago-St. Paul and the Chicago-north
Pacific coast lines yesterday, tho Ci.
T.R. asked the American lines tc
make a rate or join in a fare from
Quebec to western Canada that woulh
net the American roads about Jc per
mile. ' It was not the low net revenue to the United States systems thai
caused the agents to decline the re
quest, but the building up of another
country nt the expense of the United
Statea.
Body Found in Stable-
—•—
Deloraine. Man., July 14--John Gri
filth, a farmer, who lived about fifteen miles west of here, was found
dead in an old unused stable on his
farm last night. He had used a ra
zor to cut his throat. His mind. It
is thought, hud become weakened un
der weeks of illness, and while his
wife was asleep in the afternoon he
slipped out'of the house unobserved.
He was well known in Deloraine,
having resided a couple of miles out
for a number of years.'
Appropriations    for    British
Columbia Not Favorable,
lu odd event of the session winch
has dosed was the fate which befell
tin attempt which Mr. G. II. Hum
tint, M.I'., made to obtain Informa
n with regard to certain clause-
government expenditure. Mr Bar
mud set out to ascertain the am
mints expended since 1906, lu the
Maritime provinces on one hand and
in llritish Columbia on the other.
Very early in the session lie asked a
question on the subject, He was told
that the answer Would be so voliimiu
oils thut he must move for a return
He moved accordingly on Fchruarj
17th. He inquired from time to timi
us to its progress, and was assured
that it was being prepared as rapid
ly as possible, hut although tin te
turn covered only two years and al
though the department had almost
the whole length of the session in
which to work as rapidly as posslbli
it did not work rapidly enough to
net the work ready by prorogation
time. The point of the question ol
course, is the lavish manner in which
these works have heen built iu favor
ed constituencies along the coast of
Novu Scotia and New Brunswick,
while the appropriations for llritish
Columbia are anything but satlsfoct
ory. For example, Mr. Fielding's
constituency of Queen's and Shel
burne has had spent upon it since
1896 between one hundred and lifts
and two hundred thousand dollars in
small coast protection works; whih
the adjoining county of Lunenberg,
with an extensive coast line and a
great fishing industry, apparentl)
needed only five thousand dollar*
during the eight years from 18% to
1904, during which it was represented
by a Conservative.
Additional Locals.
INTEREST.       TROUBLE.
Kootenay    Exhibits
Spectators.
Holding Strike in Crow's   Nest   Pass
is Revived.
Winnipeg
gathered m
il nt tin
plied the
tltude
July    1.1   .
und   till'    Km
Winnipeg tan
tuff in charge
questions.
iu
, big tin
itenay exhih
today     am
with  ii   mul
Interest   wm
centred iu the strawberries which nl
though picked last Friday were -til
in excellent condition nnd appoarei
almost as fresh as when firs! opone
up,
Today was citizens day and tin
fair grounds was thronged, Practical
ly all the business houses ol  the   n
closed   in   the       nftci nonii   In   lei   ti,.-"
employees attend tin- fall mid win i
:i   rainstorm    commenced about  i h
middle   of     the nftorn i and broki
over the grounds, there wen- ncitiij
as many in attendance as yea tenia}
or .somewhere tn the neighborhood oi
twenty thousand. The visitors wun
irlvon to the buildings for shelte
and hundreds pressed eagerly anoii
the corner allotcd to Kootenay
The ore specimens, particularly tin
one from Sheep Creek, attracted
great doal of attention ami provokci
many questions, Kootonay's name h
mi the tongues of hundreds and in.ni;
complimentary remarks are pnssi ■
upon the excellence of its general dh
piny although regret is freely ex
pressed over tho failure of the Brit
Ish Columbia government to enter .
general  provincial  exhibit.
Lethbridge, July i:t Trouble be
tween the miners and coal operators
\n nol over yet. According to the
agreement recently signed matters in
dispute regarding differentials In pillar work at tbe Htllcrest mine were
to be settled hy arbitration Btepe
ft-ere immediately taken to have the
trouble adjusted. The miners nomin
..ted l:. v H I: Grant ol Fernie, the
h.miii.hi ol the conciliation hoard of
the big strike The operators accept
d i in- nomination Mr Grant made
his investigation and gave a decision
thnt upheld the contention of the
rom puny rather more than tt did
thai "i tho men. Although the agree-
uenl states thnt each party is bound
o accept the award of the arhltrat-
a, the liistrict hoard of district No
18, ni'-t at Frank yesterday and re
used to accept the award given by
li    Grant    The trouble in  Hlllcreat
therefore as bud as ever ami as
lie act of the board fni the itunen
- a violation of the agreement re
enih signed, it may be that the
chole agreement may be set aside.
Man  Hunt Abandoned.
A Youthful Advertiser
proud i'i
which   o
kepi
,.l
A.  It.  Meyers and  A. W. Thompson
of Vancouver were in town Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. MoTavisit ol Moyh
were in town Thursday.
Wm. Carl in and
of  Fort  Steele  wei
It. T.  Richardson
l in town Friday.
Celebration at Marysville-
A large number of visitors from
Cranbrook, Fort Steele, Kimberley
and neighboring towns in the district
were in attendance at the Marysville
celebration on Monday last. The pro
gram included horse racing, foot rac
es and other Caledonian sports. The
celebration wns the most successful
in the history of the smelter city.
Diaz and Tafc
Mexico City, July 15- President
Diaz has announced that he will ask
permission to meet president Taft at
El Paso, Texas, in October, and no
doubt his request will be granted.
New ii:-e fir the Oraiiiaphone.
It has been left to the managing
board of the Moscow, Wind all & Ity
hlnskey railway to turn the gramo
phone to practical use, for the hoard
has announced its Intention to set
up a large gramophone at the Moscow station of the line, so that the
arrival nnd departure of every train
can be announced clearly so the travelling public, says a Petersburg dis
patch to the London Globe. At the
same time the gramophone will sound
the bell thrice, as is usual, before a
train starts on its journey. As more
than seventy per cent, of the people
of European Russia are unable to
read or write, the ordinary time tables are not of the smallest use to
them, and the gramophone referred
to has a splendid future before it, if
only it can he made to speak clearly
and  loudly enough.
Sultan's Brother Dead.
Constantinople, July 14—The brother of the Sultan of Turkey, Prince
Suleyman, died here today suddenly
nf heart failure.
For Steady Silver.
- John Hays Hammond is authority
frr tlie statement of the probability
in the near luture of an international conference of representatives of
those countries Interested in silver to
prevent further depreciation in the
price of that metal. A movement la
now on foot to that end, instigated,
not by tbe mine owners, but by the
merchants of this and several Kurop
nan countries, most Interested In oriental trade. The fact Is becoming
recognised, says Mr. Hammond, by
traders with those counties, whose
currency is silver, that, under present
existing prices of silver and low rates of exchange it Is almost Impossible
for oriental countries to trade wl,th
or make purchases in the markets of
countries whose busts of currency Is
gold.
Japanese Diplomats.
Tokio, July 14-It is confidentially
whispered here In well informed circles that Ambassador Takahira will
not return to his post in Washington.
He probably will be succeeded by K.
Uchlda, at present representing the
Japanese government In Vienna. It
Is reported thnt Uchlda is commanding the exceptional confidence of the
authorities, both here and ln Vienna.
The remarkable consideration which
has been shown him by Vienna tiuth
orities during the Halkean complications proved the cause of the simpleton culminating in the false report
of the Japan-Austrian rnppronch-
ment.
Parmer Burned Out.
Totield, Alta.t July 13-l.ast Thursday the Anderson family, living ten
miles north of the town, was almost
completely burned out. The entire
family was absent from the place. It
is thought thnt the fire was of incendiary origin, as an unknown man
was seen loitering around the place
during the afternoon. A subscription
list is being circulated iu the town
and neighborhood and has heen sue
cessful in raising a fund for the ben
etlt of the sufferers. Mr. Anderson
has heen totally blind for a number
of years, and the farm has been run
hy  Mrs.  Anderson.
Constable 11.  C.  Adney  of  Wardnei
was in the city  Friday.
W.  L.  Lucas of Moyie was in town
Wednesday.
C.  J. Archlhi
of Nelson were 	
F. R. Ross and son of Detroit were
guests  at  the  Crnnbrook   Wednesday.
Constable  -I.  Walsh
wns in town Thursday
hi and     tl.  Thurniaii
in town Wednesday.
of Fort  Steelt
Big Purse for Short Bout.
New York, July 15—An offer of
purse of twenty-five thousand dollars
has been made by Jack McGuigan and
Harry Edwards, the fistic promoters,
for a six round bout between Stanley
Ketchell and Sam Langford, in Philadelphia, sometime In September.
The promoters plan to have the bout
take place In the open air at the
grounds of the Philadelphia league
club. Joe Woodman, manager of
Langford, says he will accept the offer unless the Ely promoters guarantee him ten thousand dollars for
Lam-ford's end and live hundred dollars for training expenses.
Three New Stations.
METEOROLOGICAL RECORDS TO
BE KEPT AT KOOTENAY POINT.
Victoria, July 14—The establishment of three new meteorological
stations is the result of the tour of
the Kootenays just completed by
Sttpt. Bnynes Reed of the Dominion
meteorological service, who visited
In all 2,1 points and found the work
progressing well. The new bureaus
will be at Needles, on Arrow lake ;
Athelmlr, on the Upper Columbia ami
Cranbrook. The+te extensions are not
expected to materially Improve the
department's facilities for forecasting
throughout the northwest, the system
being provided more for the benefit
of the districts for which they will
serve as centres.
Attempted Huieidt at Chatham.
Chatham, Ont., July 13—Thomas
Wallis, an Englishman, attempted to
suicide this afternoon by swallowing
parts green. He was discovered in
time to save bis life. He was despondent over the loss of eighty dollars which he Intended to use in taking a trip to the old country.
New pictures at. the Edison theatre
tonight.
Cecil Pidgepn was down from Per
ry Creek Thursday.
E. A. Watts of Wattsburg was in
town Thursday.
Mr. Pugsley, minister of public
works, is expected to reach the coast
early next week.
Horn At Cranbrook, Friday Jul}
16, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steward, a
daughter.
Owners of automobiles were busy
this week taking out the necessary
provincial licenses.
The tire brigade were out Thursday
evening taking their usual weekly
practice.
The encouraging outlook for tin
lumber industry means considerable
prosperity for the Kootenay lake section.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVittte ol
Fort Steele, were Cranbrook visitor:-
Thursday.
P. DeVere Hunt bus gone to New
York to attend a meeting of the Prudential Insurance Co.
Mrs. Aikens of Hrockville,
rived this week, and will n
home with her son Mr.  It. J
Willie Drown was ill
prietor of a small hen
day hiid an egg. It
small that Willie was g:
pointed. His father, wll
of curios in the house, I
specimens of the ostrich egg, one .
which was found to he missing. Wl
lie was taxed with the theft, of th
t'KK and asked where he had put  ii.
The boy pleaded guilty and led In
father to the house of the hen li
side, opposite the nest, the fnlhi
was astonished to Hnd the mlssln
ostrich egg,  with  the following   m
lice posted  over it :   "Dear little hoi
Keep  your eye      on  tills and  do      tl
best you can."
That
hot
lecker
he den
desper.nl
I       killed
A she roft wi
rain robhei
who i
pei ial
Hi
ai  June .f*
constable
brother of
ney,     who
uni Just been shot by the constable,
-. it (net established hy detectives
vh.. ,ue still pushing along the trait
eft     by  the bandits.   The  man  hunt
his  i n     ubnndoned  but   detectives
ill over ilu- country are running
lowti tin- records of the Huney broth
■is and it is confidently expected that
n time the oaenped murderers will he
•nughl
l'r«sl,ytenaji Ohurch.
n t
The Cranbrook junior buset:
put it all over the junior Moyie mu
ui Wednesday evening, the score he
.ng 22 to VI.  in favor of Cranbrook
Rocky Mountain chapter R A. M
n Id a regular monthly con vocal loi
in the chapter room oi the Mason!
eniple on Tuesday evening.
Members of the local branch ol th
'anudiati Order of Chosen friends ar
I'emiuded that lodge meets Wednes
day eveulng next in Carmen's Hall
it 8.:i0, sharp.
lu all probability there will he .
provincial election before the end o
tbc year, and when it is brought on
we suppose that we will do wftnt Wi
can to elect  our political  friends.
inportanl
ive Assoi
listrlct oi
id other •
The British Navy.
Lord Charles Reresford estimates
that three hundred million dollars
will be needed to put on the Royal
navy to place it on a proper footing.
This Is a vast sum of money to he
spent on machines of war, which may
be out of date before the last of
them Is ready to go Into commission.
lint there seems to be no help for It.
Head Completely Severed.
Ministers Siltnt.
The federal ministers maintain silence about the cause of Engineer
Lumsden's resignation. Hut it is
practically admitted that over classification and over payment on Transcontinental contracts Is the cause
of the trouble. How far Mr. Lums
den may be blamed for this, and how
far he has protested against it will
probably not he known until the pap
ers are brought down in parliament.
When the bouse meets explanations
must he given; until then, the gov
eminent can keep the matter quiet.
It ia certain that the estimate, of
$t>2,000 per mile, given by the min
later of railways in the last session
is far below the cost of the road.
though the figure is a large advance
on the promise of 11103 that the road
would cost ?2K,uini per mile.
The charge is climbing rapidly t
one hundred thousand dollar;; per
mite. Hut suppose It should be no
more tnun seventy-live thousand tbe
company will be under contract to
pay a fixed rental of $2,2aO per mile
for the whole, line. Compare tills
with the fixed charge of one thousand
dollars per mile on competing rail
waff.
It wilt be understood what this
means when it Is remembered that,
one thousand dollars per mile is
more thnn sufficient, to pay the whole
C.P.R. dividends on common stock.
Cranbrook,
Mr.  and  Mrs.
(int.. ar
ake her
. Aikens.
on   Friday,
A.   H.  Nes
Horn- At
July «, to
bitt,  a son
At the Winnipeg ami Calgary
bitions the principal attractions
the Kootenay fruit exhibits.
C. W. Smith of Fernie i
kin of Vancouver were g
Cranbrook Wednesday.
There   will   he      ;u
lng  of  the  Consetv
of    the     Cruuhrool
29th.   All members       ^^m^m^^
vatives are requested to attend,
F. J. Craves of Montreal, T. V
Davidson of Calgary, W. c. Meyer
of Chicago and E, .1. Cann nf Cul
gary were guests a t t he < 'rnnbri m il
Thursday.
A large grove of sheep pussc<
through Cranbrook Thursday. Tie;.
consisted of a portion of a flock o
live hundred recently purchased b;
P. Hums & Co., from Macdonald .».
.McLaren,  of  St.  Mary's  prairie
Though advertised, the Weldmai
circus did not show at Cranbrook. .-'
considerable number of people froti
neighboring towns were here, hut ow
ing to the non appearance of the cii
eus,  were disappointed.
The picture show at the Edisoi
theatre has been improved this wee'
by the arrival of new machinery am
from now on will be the most up ti
dute moving picture show in Kootcti
ay.
SUNDAY, JULY  18
The
no mint
nvltod
nl
'es    will  he  held
and evening to which all are
Thought   will  he had  for the
Uinmer   heat      nnd   the  services   dill)
utrtalled  to nvold discomfort.
Guild  meets on Tuesday  at B.   Sub
ect,   Polnto  Aux Trembles  Schools
\lis-- .1    Deevar, leader.
The K    <i   C'a ol the Presbyterian
butch have made u name lor them
rives   us  entertainers   ami   hostesses,
ntend giving n Twilight Party, on
Friday evening of next week, .Inly 211
m the spacious lawn of Mr. J, 0,
vlcCallum. A varied musical pro
jram will In* prepared, both vocal
md instruinentii. Tea, coffee, sandwiches and cake will be served    with
mi charge. Ice cream will he foi
will offering will be re-
gate.   Come and  he so
ale
A  l
d at
till
•fable
B.
Khvcl
1, i
.1 Boi
nt t:
he  rn.
ISt
this
business.
Mr
. nnil
Mrs. H
illKS
were
vis
it in,;
ilay.
Itall
nt  Uu
was
pnn)
Wesley ('line.
brook Fishing
n try at the u
Several local
pany him, jt
lime fish Mori'
lay next.
president
Assoclath
of the ('in
n.   will ha
see   tllfl
sprung
Port Arthur. July 15 — A man
named J. Lowery bad bis head com
pletely severed from his body by a
C.N.It. shunting engine in the yard
late this evening. Deceased was lying on the truck asleep, and neither
the driver or fireman noticed him un ,,,,,,
til too late to stop. An Inuucwt    will I returned Friday from a business trip
bo held. i to Moyie
Government Agont J. F. Armstrong
F. Long of iiatt
in  the city Thins
F. J. McGrohail o[ Nelson. II. Mas
on of Nainpn, nnd 0, T. Durland ol
Spokane, were registered at thr
Cranbrook   Friday.
The time is not far distant when
the railway companies can't afford to
Ignore the scenic attractions ot this
portion of llritish Columbia,
McDrldos wituh
iiirrotindod    by
window
singing bit
w, on Friday, wi
ii tlnong of Indie
tilled by a  lot      i
(Is.
The otticial year I k isMie.i hy tl,
'anadiau government has 1 u Issue
nnd contains a large nuinbei ol atai
isties concerniiil' tin- Dominion i
1908, and showing Ms rapid progrei
during the past few years,
Moral and Social Reform.
A lari;e and enthusiastic meetint*
if the Cranbrook Moral and Social
teform Council was held on Wednes
ay evening in the Presbyterian
cht»diixan. Final repiirts of the
ommittee appointed to canvass the
utile list of ratepayers were given
tnd the meeting was overjoyed to
tud that practically two hundred pro
ierty owners had availed themselves
d this opportunity to express theii
lesire ini the suppression of the in
anions colony of vice, "vox populf
ox Uei." Next Wednesday evening is
he regular monthly meeting and in
he interval the committee will check
ill the signatures from the voters'
1st in order to make it sure that
very person has had an opportunity
o [place himself or herself on record
is tolerating or condemning this aw
ul evil It is hoped that the large
lumber who have signed nitty lend
backbone to the fearful ones and that
icvcral names may yet he added,
Arrangements will" he made at the
iext meetint; for the presentation of
he petition to the commissioners,
several new important matters will
ilao he before the council for consideration.
Bert
n  the
Farrell
y Friday
of   Vancouver  was
W    i;    Colwin nml  C
J,  Davidson
Itors Friday.
.Macdonald     has
visit     He  will be
leusoii  or
other circus
fancy   Cran
Ity the way. ll
tion of that tie.
which that coin
Lrentmcnt iu Cn
clde with the
levotlon to the
do
tin
icgotl
hni
nment
sh prod
Repeat it-'-nhllol/B Cure will   al
ways cure my coughs and colds."
1    George Laurie
i town'Friday.
Of Creston was
in
RKAD THK PROSFKOTOR
I>. S. Ayrcs, manager of the North
Star Lumber Co., of Flko, was in
town Wednesday     oil Company htisln
ess.
.1. C, Drowry of Cowley, was in
town Wednesday Mr Drrwry is un
old timei' in the Kootenays where he
hus a host of friends.
V. Hyde linker left on Thursday
evening for Windermere. He was accompanied hy K Small und R. F
Seattle
A movement is on fool to drive oul
ill chinks from Cobnll camp Thn
mist ultimately become the   ole itnl
■il mu of tbe Chinese and .lapniieM
problom as far as llrilir.li I'olniuhii
is concerned. Oil and wntei will not
mix any more than Ihe oriental with
the Occidental,
Tho Kp worth Long tie spent n very
pleasant evening Tuesday It was op
ened iu the usunl form with Mini
Connolly in the chair A very inter
estlng and instructive paper was triv
en by II. S. (.nrrct.t on the 'Hlfltorj
und Art of Printing,1 to whom i
hearty vote of thanks was extended
A Vocal duet was given by Miss ('on
noliy and Mrs. Chapman, which war
much appreciated. A hearty In vita
tion is extended to nil to attend tin
; League tueetlnga.
Horn
lulj  16th, t<
i daughter
The mayor
50 girls the
o   make  soc
Crnnbrook
o Mr   and  Mr;
n    Friday.
W. Logan
ot Boston Wfti
other day.   It
allsta of the  i
kissed by
is enough
est   of  US.
nth-mil
eriil ii
l>   McKennu and Jas
e this afternoon
v   will he away
for
for
The
I'i ado.
Kile I
he   lie
city      COlinctl   has   passed   the
License Uylnw.   There ia but
iiiin-c  In.in  the old  bylaw,  by
A general meeting of the Conservn
lives of llie electoral district of
Crnnbrook wll| he held tn Mighton's
Mall on .Inly 2'.) for tbe purpose of
'lection of officers and other business
The Kaiser declares that he la fot
peace, He Is like the chairman of an
eastern gathering, who anid he. was
going to ' go down from the chuh
"nnd  lick the whole hum-h."
A general meeting ol the Conservn*
tlves will be held In Mighton's Hall
on Thursday, Juiy 2.*, at eight p.m.,
(or purpose of election of officers and
other business, gtg j.
TUB HntlHPBOTOR,    ORANBltOOK,
SATIIKllAY,   HI.V   17. 1001.
X oranbrooK.!
!    Livery    x
i
We ask you to call and try
our new Consignment of new
and Up tn date rigs for
Wluter   and   Summer,    Jusl
received Topplr and Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Give them a nail i\nd be
convinced
IMii.ii. 47 Cr,oil.ro..k. If C.
A. B. 6rdCf,
I'lliLisiIKi;   ami   BDITOK.
NEWPORT
It you want n delicious
Chocnl it- try ill.i~,-
Newport* .u Ilu- I'altn.
We have just received
.i   larye   stock   :i i n I    are,
Sole  Ant-ills for
Cranlirook,
THE   PALM
frank Dezall
iil'.XKKAI. HLACKSMI I I!
and
WOODWORKER
Ititliliar  Tir.s  Applied
To Bus?y Wheels
IC1USNT8   r'OR   OANADUN I'YCI.B
ANU  MOTOR CO'S BICYCLES
Repairing < Spei i Ity.
I'll..nc   CO       •••       p. 0.   n.il   S1.I.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
\  w, Cline :
♦ ♦
♦ 4>
lie f.iiin.l iti Hie
UANTPOHA HOTEL
li'li'Hl i'ia-v  Work  In
nil   bmniiliBK  ol  Die
Tonsorial   Art*
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Indigestion
Stomach trouble Is hut a s-m plain of, ntnl not
hi itM'tt a tni'i (liseasn. Wo think of Dywi'tiit.
Tleartbuni, kin! [n'ligfstion m rn>»l dl(e»808, ft
.hey are symptoms only of * eeruin (pacific
tJi-rvn ileknen—nothlni <■.■.*!■
ft was thiii fact that first correctly led fir. shoop
In thn creation ot that now very lingular Stonim-a
Ri'tiiedy—I>r. Hhooi>'fi KMtoratlvo, Going tltroct
U) thi! Ktomach i.nrven, aliui" Iirmijtlit Hint BtlCCBM
ami favor to Dr. Nhoou ainl his RoitoratlVfi, Wlih-
uut that original and lilglily vital principle*, no
■urli UKtlng arcoinplishiiii'iit* wont iivnr to In* hud.
For -tonmeh alltrtJU, hloating, blliouintUS, biul
breath ami sallow complexion, try Dr. SltOOp'l
Ri'MoratiTi*—Tablets or blqultl—and sun for ymir-
fll what ll can and will do. Wa tell and eheer
fully rouiuiuiniid
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
BE.»TTIE *  ATCHISON.
ST£A.DY EMPLOYMENT
Km j reliable local tm1ct,man re
i-reMii. 'ii: Cuniidn'H Oldeftl mid
ii'fi.'i. i Nnrserlen In f'rnnbi'oolt and
■ djolnint: ■ ounLrj
■ill- i fipiilarity ol out si ■■■.. which
h   nr. vii on limc.-toii' imi I, making
..ni     ti   and     hilKltPB hurdler and
longer-lived thnn const grown stock,
i-i nrl tinwlcdged by experienced frull
.•low ere.
W»» nia'te u specialty of growing
sii-el; for Hritish C'olumbln nnd ship
ti riit'lotid 'n thai  province.
\ ppi-ittanenl situation to right
in.Mi   with territory rcs»n rd,
I'av weekly ; free ..litlil Write for
; a\ i i' ul.trs.
Stone & W ;
::l  I   1
F0NTHIL1
.  NlinSBRIES
ONTO	
 ONT
.Irrnsed  l.y   II.   C
GoTernment i
InS
ummer
—lets funfl is needed than
in winter, But it is essential
thut summer food be palatable,
and nutritious. 1 hat is why
the best ol all summer foods is
BOVRIL
Every month 200,0U0 ounces of the
Kootenay silver is shipped to China.
Hi itain,      Fiance     and the  United
States joined  in the colehrntlon     at
; historic  Luke  Chumplulu.
,\ cigarette tlend in Spokane rocent
■ ij ...ii i that he would give his Last
i quarter it  lie could  only  smoHo   his
: i-iiil.it nails  in pc.u-e."
Crops an   In excellent condition lu
the v rannrook dlstrh t, and    ittli tent
moisture has fallen to ensure a bump
' "i crop
• ■ • *
l.i!im • - fi nil growers, cattle men
nnd milters in the t ppei Columbia
nnd Koutennj valleys are anxiously
awaiting the construction 0! the
Kootenay ' entral railroad
McClll unh'i rslty now confers thi
ol    BueheUu  ol  Agriculture.
lie ddesl ol the ai ts has been tin
longest In coming tu honors in oui
universities
F in    tlii' numerous stream
,-....       is now ut its In it     1 hi
■  bstded   and  I lu
1 .■   ■■ •   rising tu ' he lis. als> ■ tak
-,•■".. 1  ;   mbei  ol ox
ellenl ■    ■■.   rteil
1 Iranbrook   Junl eteatei
lj  evening
Thai   was  prett)   c od    but the
mi- are hunting
senioi 11 ib, and Ll t tie .  n ■■•
not win, it will 1        ■   lecause
it oi
jay i n
!.•■ ,*er striki ame place
. . ■ 1 ■ ...
-.■■•■■ ;
■ ■ ■ ■        my minutea e pi
■
ini
Expert
ihat   lai-•■   ■-■<■■■ i   of lead
■■'.-..   i   .  ■ ■   ■   ■
im   ti ii ■■   which
foi      ome   timi
This will  probably re
.-.■: am 1   in the pi Ice during the next
na.nth
'i'h-- Chinese population ol the Unit
-■ii Statea 1- est Imated at Bl.53-3 Thi
relatively small number ol
would appear to facilitate
nii- ni the Individual Chink wante I
by the police ol Mew York The t, ic
cess with which Leon has evaded de
tection shows remai kable clovernest
in hiding,
•   •   •
A report from B. t! says that thi
chase aftet the train robbers has
been abandoned Perhaps it has but
11 the robhers wish to keep out ol
Lhe pen, they wll, lake tins tip and
He low, oi they will be In the qunr
tern recently  vacated  by     W.  Miner,
whose   late      address   was   New   West
minstei     Calgary   Herald
Living al low cast is n matter ol
Individual choice. Tho opportunity h
universal, bill ll does nol mean liv
mil: <>ii tendorloln of beef, turkoy, tor
rnpln nub other luxuries, Tho pooph
ure    ..   mrrelled   with   cheap,   whole
ome 1 Is thai they fall to correctlj
estlniato the blosslng, just as they di
nol appreciate pure air and pure wa
■it. It, seems as if familiarity bred
'ontei    ,
If I'clei Plpei picked n pile of poo
pie's pnekots, then whore's the pile ol
 pie   wln.se    pockets    Peter  Plpei
lucked "J You'll Hnd 'etn mostly In
lhe liberal party, for only as they
stand staunchly by the principles ol
liberalism can be preserved that sacred grafting in virtue id which Peter
Piper is provided with pockets from
vhich in pick his pile.
It is not loo soon for the farmers
and cattlemen of the Kootenay val
ley. t«, begin  preparations for     the
'ml:   Crnnbrook   Kail   Pair.   The   lilalia
gora 01 the Agricultural Association
are doing 11 lot of hard work, and il
they.gel tho support and assistance,
which they have every reason to bus
poet, 1 ranbrook's    tirst   Agricultural
The hoard of railway commission
th have h.>ard the application of the
\     V    &   K    railway   to amend   the 'o
cation ol Its branch line at Sapper
on in the Kra..ei River [.utnbei Co
.:■ , in New Westminster; and alsi
villi regard to the crossing  by it  ol
hi   C P.K        true:-.    The   application
va    granted  and   in  addith n the  V
eminent.  At tho advice ol tho sen •:•%••;•*;«>*>•>•>-;■•>■;•-;••;•*;••;«
lor olttcer in the vicinity he went to ♦•♦     „ „ ,
»onte ex ise  ...     procuring  medical V     PrOIGSSlOnal      .*.   }  h|V   K     \\'
attendance,  and   when  tho bill   was y .;.  Z ■Ml   ■"   "
rendered     departmental     dlfflcultlos ♦^•^♦♦^♦•>*>»>^*>»X«»;**;";";»»>»;«>  ♦      PHYSl
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nrost' ii^ in recouping bun lor the ox
ln-lisi-   to   Which   III'   llinl   llft'll   Jill!     Ilu
iiitIvIiik 111 Ottnwn, huwevcr, Mi A.
s, Gooilevc, within whoHe constttuen
r\ tin- ..rruli'iii occurred, lunk the
mutter up wiih the Minister al Mill
tin mi vigorously, nnd presonted in.-.
constituent's clnim ivitii such olject,
ill.11 Sn Predetich Borden Issued Instructions to his clepartmonl to have
the clnim udmlttetl mi.I ilu- man re
linbursod i..i tho expense t.. which he
hud been pul li will be observed
thai to do this little piece "I work,
which Is only ti sample brlok out   ..I
Mi   C! love's record tor the session,
it wns nol necei sat \ i..i ' be monibei
to be a tmppoi let ol tho Kovernmenl
HARVliV.    Ma AK'II'.K'.
A\n   MACDONALD,
Barristei'h ivml Solicitors,
CRANUlvOOK,  li.r.
I'anadian Low.
The I'anadian Associated Press u
Informed     that   Messrs   rlothschllds,
,11 Wednesday, Julj 18, wore under
writ in.- ll    [ (l.T.I1.,   throe
poi coul b mils, gitnranteod by th.-
Dominion covet timonl lor Issue at
12 i it. , .1 - nt the underwrltinu
i'i h lore,]     extt aordlnarlly
ow ,ti mu
Appo ntment-i
Th,-  (oltowii been  nppolnteil
foi  id,- '....iu-        , ts under thi
election net In the t'runbrook elector
el .lam.-,   II        I'huma
.i"i ■    i k,-iiu.-,i;,    Prank
Oicksoti,      Vudrev, Mct'ownu,   lames
len ■             trth fliuu liin     nnd
-,     Hull
W.  I'. GUK'D.
Bfti'i'lslor. Siiiiollur, olo .
I'RANHUOOK,  lit
(..   II    niOMl'SON,
IliirrisU'i-, Soliciiii', uml
Xi>t;u■ \   I'iiIiIh-
iillu-,-     lii'lil   liinldlll.-.--.
CH VNMKOOK, ll r
Mi \ II I ll   .\  I'AK'KI \<
IM..S   A  iK
i'i; VMIKIH IK,  ur
|.   I.   L.-MDI   W\
Mining  I'ju.ini'ri   uul
III'.   I iiinil   Sin voyoi.
I'ii \Xlll{tiOK, III'
i' ii   Un I I  ■-.:
c.
  .Mill.    Ill    ■■
i(iraiiiiiiii'iiiHi Mi'iiuiini iii Mi'i;iui|i\ i
ii'i'linin ['iilb'ifi', i lili'iiuo, III . ni III
iiImii
i l DA'
Ol I III    -\l    Ml K.N'. I N't S   I tvt ut   u;
vti \\iii;niiK. it
\X. CRAIG
MASONRY
.1.    Itnllnra   mill I ii'iiii.'.- V\ "i
S|.,-,.|iill\.
Cosl uml SlocN I'.slliniilits
l''lll'lllsln'il  U|ll)ll .\I>I■ Ii, iI
Calgary  Cattle  Co.
Fresh   and Salted Meats,
Fish and  Poultry  in  season.
LOTS     OF     FINE     YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
(hiinw by Moil wf//'nrrirr f>tvmf>( ailenliou.
Order by  Phone, 45,
Hull
line;   pi
ppl
• 'Iin r . an Mnbee ol the railway
• ■ ■ i ■ - il .ni import
mi B. i nidi m nl in Rli I v Oreal
Northern C P file! ol Rykert, B,
dtipped rnllwn i tea In m Bykei t
o Portage la Prairie, Man The
route takei ■ pe i I ! nitc I 3tal
■■- territory and  ' he '•   N    R   abol
I freight rate an .
d Rli    the full Iocs    rate    i       -;.'
way    Mi   Mai  laid down the prtn
■ iple thai ■ ■•■   cannot   be al
olfahed  with   il   thi    mtablj ihment   ol
i new one which ini'olvea ao appeal
in< ■■   ii   ■ ■■ thi       ■ ard    ■'. ith re ar
to  the '■■i-'1 at  :  •-.■•  iii- ordered  the
i refund   I ■ ■   Kiel  I he i
harmed     him over thr     ini
,t ii.
ate
from ''• i : Ington indl
the nature ol Canada' -
Itoi ial   |url did ■■:.  i vei
M Wlllfh     till'     Ai!i-lK,Mi
lescrlbe   af     "admittedly  the Hne I
j known halibut   RahinE  ground m the
j world " li appeni ■ that th. Paeon tentton  i    thai   in  [»' tneiplc     t he
Methodist Church
simi.W. .iri.v is
•lervici I nl Sunduj
und     bible classes ni   three
i    ■     m ..   ■     en will tin    ■
" ;  help ul. ■
pUewhen    an
tubjeci
p will bi      .''i
'      ;.    ' ' .i'i
•  immediate
the Resti
a ••   •■■
■ ■    ■
I a pi .1.1"-
mnei     vestry
.
k'url      ■ i.   •■. mission
vork of H. M.
-■ ■     -       -    '.   Messi-   Ryck
■ .        ■ -  ■
age    .i a n    open
:bat at 7 p tn
1    .  ■   ■. ■ ■:■■. ti i   at   eight
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THE GVMKAS1UM
CRANBROOK   At-k'IF
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREAfiLES
M.-rt ni'i'i   I nd;i\  ul s |).lll
\ Uitlntj   HiiitinM-s   i"nrdiul!>    Invited
k    w    Reves,   W. presided
wm.    Anderson,    Secretary,
\erle IMt^Udun, I'. O. Wos 38.
ANCIENT ORDER 'FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, S»4;l
P.O. Box 834.
\\.  K.   HEATTY
Undnrtaker,
KltltltllUHM-,
l-'uiii't-iil Hi tor
OliANHROOK,  B.C.
M*«ts tn I'unntas H»ll !aii aid  Illi   ^„„„„„„„„„„.„„„„„V„„„^„„„^
Thursday ol each tii.intti ut t p.m.      ■
BBarp.
k    McCowai, Calel   Rantar.  | jjo.  j-jr,.   |{. a. M
r. A. Atibott, Seoratar;
I Rocky Mountain Clinpter i
5 VII     I OK     I!     J    M 5;
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X
NORTH     STAR
HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.
f
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
B.C.
Tir.itint Brethren tnudf welronie.
The trustees
■: ■■-        T iesdaj
last
1    ■     ed I
■IT the >ni;:
11 out
■   -
n ci inncction
vrltl
thi
illlt'I'l
ability
nppc
■.[  build
k,   when'
v great.   Until then,
that their duty was
ipply tn the best of
Ithy   recreation    for
of the city.   A cotn-
nted tn make the
ttocessary arrangements fi»r the coming winter season.
THK BOYS' BRIGADE CAMP
All members of the Buys' Brigade
who wish tn re ti) camp arc request*
'd hi send In their names to Captain
Main. Sub Captain Hughes, or Servant Wilson, with a fee of fifty cents
ni nr befcre Wednesday, July 21.
rite Brigade will leave on Monday
afternoon July 2(> at two, from the
gymnasium, and ret urn to town on
Friday, duly 30 at live. Full pnrtlcu
lara will in- announced in next, week's
taper, No other boys but members
if the Brigade need apply. The camp
will be held about two miles from
town.
Baptist Churoli.
It will he Hymn Lovor's dny in the
Baptist church this Sunday. The
most popular hymn in tbc congrega
Muii and in Christendom respectively,
iccordlng to vote, will furnish the
'heme for the two sermons. The pas
tor, Charles W. King, assisted by the
choir, will conduct n service of song
at both 11 a.m., and l.'.W p.m.
Sunday School nt three p. m, class's for everybody. You are cordially
invited to attend.
Last Friday the yodng people of
this congregation enjoyed an evening
of music, games, and sociability at
the parsonage an the guests of Pastor
find Mrs. King and .Miss Stark, their
ulster. The pinno, and the new game
if Ro! o. chiefly the latter, received
tbe  bulk   of  the  young  people's   at
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cially interest people who reside in natural
gas district.*!. The gat ring1 takes the place
of the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making
ii possible to burn gas In your furnace without
Inconvenience. Such is not possible in a
furnace where the ordinary gas log ii* inserted;
for, should the gas give out, a coal or wood
lhe could not be started until the gas pipes
were disconnected.
To provide against sweating in the summer
time, Sunshine Furnace is equipped with a
nickelled sleel radiator and dome. All
holts and rivets are nickelled, all rods
coppeivplated, This special treatment, beside* meaning quicker and greater radiation
from Hie radiator and dome than cold chill
iron could possibly give, ads as protection
for the bolls, rivets and rods from inroads of
gas. When cast iron comes in contact with
our nickelled steel it is coaled with our special
Anti-Rust treatment, which prevents the
slightest possibility of rust commencing
anywhere in Sunshine Furnace.
Found!
On Baker Sttcet, one door west
ol Messrs. Hill iS: Co,, the only
pluce in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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produced a razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING aids CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel. All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING
or GRINDING during a lifetime in private use) they are all tempered alike, every part of their blades being subjected to
the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days* trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit I You will save
$5000 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving"—This booklet illustrates the
correct razor position for shaving every part oi the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN PROM LIFE)—It also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY) should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, Hakers,
 459-461 Broadway. N. V.	
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ut Kust Kootenai'
 o—
Take, notice that 1. Mrs. McKurlune
ol t'runbrook, occupution married
woman, intend to upply lor perroi-i-
sion    to   puiTha.se the following des
lied lund-i : Commencing ut u post
plunted ut the north eust corner ot
Cooper's pre-emption, thence west li
chnins, thence north 20 chains, thenct
eu»t to Moyie river, thence following
down stfeatti to place of commence
ment.
Mrs.  Sadie J. McFuiluue
H.  Melton,   Agent
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 11
DRUG a: D HOOK STORKS
JRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District nf Kootenay
Tnl.*1 notice that i, George J. Huu-
it'i of I'intliei' Creek. Alhcrtn, occupation banker, intend tu upply for
permission to purchase the following
described lunds, commencing at a
post planted about three 'and u half
miles north of tbe International
boundary line and about one und a
half miles nortli east of lot 7841 und
adjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry K. Hyde's and Henty Riviere'*
application, being the northwest corner adjacent to the south west coiner of Arthur 0. Kemmis' .application, tbence east 80 chains, thence
south 8u chains, thence west HO
chains, tbence north 80 chains, to the
point of commencement and containing *)4u acres more or less.
George J. Hunter, Locator,
George \V. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 30tb. 1909. Ifi
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenuy.
Take notice that 1, l.uunuelot K.
Bolster of Sturgeon Kails, Ontario,
occupat imi doctor, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the folly wing described lunds, commencing
at a post plauted nbout three milts
north of tbe International bound'O'V
line nnd about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 und adjacent to the northwest corner of
Henry 13. Hyde's application, theuce
south v.) chains, tbence west 80 chains
theuce north Sh chains, tbence east
no chains to the point of commencement, containing 040 acres more   or
less.
Launcelot Id. Holster, Locator.
George YV. Kerr, Agent.
Locnted March 29th, 1909. Ifi
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, Henry Krnesi.
Hyde of Pincher ('reek. Albertn, OC*
(Ulpation banker, intend to upply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at a
post planted uboitt il miles north of
the International boundary Hue und
about ope mile north of the northern
boundary ot lot 7HI1 and about a
quarter of a mile east of the eust
hank of Sage Greek, in the Flathead
valley, being the northwest corner
thence east 80 chains, thence south
so chains, thence west 80 chnins, und
thence north 80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing
1140 acres more or less.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Henry Ernest Hyde, Locator.
Located March 29tll, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay
Take notice thut I, Eva Wood Cane
of Newmarket, Ontario, married woman, intend to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lands : Commencing at a post planted 8o chains south of the southeast
corner of lot 424, group 1, Kootenay
District, thence north 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
10 chains, tbence east 40 chains to
point of commencement containing
160 acres more or less.
Eva Wood Cane, Locator
Harry Melton, Agent
Dated April 16th, 1909. 18
cribed lands, commencing ut a post
planted about four miles north of the
international boundary line and about
2 miles north ot lot 7841 and adjacent
to the northwest corner of Henry Re-
v lore's application, being the south
west corner, tbence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, tbence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and con-
{tuining ill" acres more or lesB.
Frederick Forritt, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
!    Located March 29th, 1909. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DIBTRIOT
District of East Kootenay.
—-t——
Tuke notice that I, John Angus
Fergusson of Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, Intend to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted at the S.W. corner
of lot No. 1113, thence west 20 chains
theuce north 80 chains, thence east
..o chuins, thence south 80 chuins to
place of commencement, containing
i60 ucres more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator.
Dated  July 9th, 1909.
I      CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Eawt Kuutenay.
—-o	
Take notice that John Cannon of
Oranbrook, B. C, occupation checker, intends to upply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at u post planted at N.E. corner of lot 8535, thence
east to S. B. corner of lot 4142,
tbence south to north boundary of
Ut 123, thence west to S.E, corner of
lot 853,1, thence north to point of
commencement.
John Cannon, Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated April li., 1903 19
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
Take notice that I, David Warnock
of Pincher Creek, Albertn, veterinary
surgeon, intend to apply for permission to purchaso tho following des-
cribed lands, commonclng ut a ptist
planted about 4 miles north of the
International boundary and about t
miles north of lot 7841, und adjacent
to the northeast corner of George I).
Bolster's application, being the south
cast, GOrnot', thence west. 80 chain*,
tbence north So chnlnR, tbence east
(to clinins, thenco south Ho chains to
the point of commencement and con
taiuing 640 acres more or less,
David Warnock, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 89th. 19OT 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
—o—
Tuke notice, that I, Alexander W.
Smith, of Rossland, B. 0., occupation Hotelkeeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at u
post plunted about one mile west of
the Flutheud river and one mile north
of the International boundary liue,
anil west of lot 7339, being the south
eust corner, thence north 80 chains ;
(hence west 80 chains, thence south 80
.bains, tbence east 80 chains to
point of commencement aad containing 640 acres more or less.
Alexander W, Smith, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located this 28th day of March,
1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
, o——
Take notice that Henry Hector Lin-
nell of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation
checker, intends to upply for permission to purchase tbe following described lunds : Commencing at a post
planted at tbe N.E. cornet' of lot
4142, thence east 40 chains, theno*
south 30 chuins, tbence west 40 chains
thence north 30 chains to point of
commencement.
Henry Hector Linuell, Locntor.
James William Moore, Agent
Duted April Iii, 190!) 19
pation horse dealer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
uorth of the lnternationul boundary
line und about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 und adjacent to tbe north west corner of
Henry E. Hyde's location, being the
south east corner, tbence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, and then south 8C
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 ucres
more or less.
George B. Bolster, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent
Locnted March 29th. 1909. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Thomas William
Leask, occupation, mill owner, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
one hundred and sixty acres of land,
bounded as follow* :
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Lot 8435, and
thence west 40 chains, thence south
•10 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains.
Thos. W. Leask, Locator
H. Melton, Agent
Dated April 2nd, 1409
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION   OF   AN  EXTRA-PROVIN
CIAL COMPANY.
"Companies Act, 1897"
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Arthur C. Kern*
mis of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation Barrister, intend to apply to
purchase tbe following described
lands, commencing at a post plunted
about \\\ miles north of the Interna
tional boundary line and about 1J
miles north east of lot 7841 and udjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry Riviere and Frederick Porritl 's
applications, being the southwest corner, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chnins, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Arthur C. Kemmis, Locator,
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909, 16
CRANBROOK   LANH   DISTRICT.
District, of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Thomas Edward
Murphy of Fort Steele Junction, occupation station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase tho
following described lands : Commencing at u post planted at the south
east corner of Wm, Tupper's pre-emption, No. 1074, thenco'north 40 chains
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the river, thence following the said
Moyie river down stream tti the plactt
of commencement containing 80 acres
more or less.
Thomas EiWnrd Murphy,  Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated June 3rd,   1009. 23
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the
"Selppel Timber Company" has this
day been registered as an extra-pro
* vincial company under the "Companies Act 1897" to carry out or to affect all or any of the objects of the
Company to which the legislature of
British Columbia extends.
The head office of the company is
situate at Stillwater, Minnesota.
Tbe amount of the capital of tbe
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each
The head office of the company in
this province is situate at the city of
Cranbrook, and Alexander B. Macdonald, Barrister-lit law, whose ad
dress is Crnnbrook, B.C., is tbe attorney for the company. Not ein
powered to issue nnd transfer stock.
The time of the existence of the
company is thirty years from the
27th day of August, 1906.
The Company is limited
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Frederick Por*
ritt of Barrle, Ontario, occupation
gentleman, Intend to apply for per
mleslan to purchase thi following des-
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
 o	
District of Kootenay.
Take, notice that 1, Henry Riviere
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation
rancher, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase lhe following described lands, commencing at a post.
planted about three miles north of
tbe International boundary Una and
about one mile north of lot 7H4I and
udjacent. to the northwest corner of
Henry I*.. Hyde's application, being
the southwest, corner, thence north 8ft
chains, thence oast 80 chains, thenee
South 80 Chains, theuce west. 80 chains
to the point uf commencement, ami
containing 640 ncreH more or less.
Henry  Riviere,  Locator.
i George W.  Kerr. Agent.
!    Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAN! DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Walter Bruce
McFarlaue of Cranbrook, occupation
merchant, intend to upply for permission to purchase the following dtt*
cribed lands : Commencing at a post
planted at tbe southeast corner si
lot 843a, tbence south 70 chuins,
thence east 20 chains, thence north 31
chains, thence east 21 chains, thenct
north 40 chains, thence west 40 chalna
to place of commencement.
Walter Bruce McFailunt.
Dated April Srd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay.
Take nutlet thai I, Harry Mcintosh
of Halcyon, B. C, occupation Hotel
keeper, intend to upply for permit
sion to purchase the following des
cribed lands : Commencing ut a post
planted ut about one mile west oi
the Flathead river and one mile north
of tbe International boundary line,
and west of lot 7336, being tbe north
east corner, thence south 80 chains,
theuce west 80 chaius, thence m>*-th
80 chains, (hence east 80 chains to
die point of commencement aud con
taining 640 ucres more or less.
Harry Mcintosh, Locatoi
George W, Kerr, Ag.'nt
Located March 28th. 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LA NII DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Tuke notice thut 1, Thomas Ed
ward Murphy, occupution station
agent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing ut a post plant
ed on the north hunk of the Moyie
river, opposite the N. E. corner of
lot Nik 8745, thence north 40 cnains,
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the Moyie river, thence following tbe
meandering of the Moyie river to
place of beginning, containing 80
acres more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy
H. Melton, Agent
Dated April 21st, 1909. 17
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
1. Notice is hereby given thut thirty days after date 1 iutend to apply
to tbe Honourable Chief Commission'
er of Lunds und Works for a license
to prospect for coal und petroleum on
the following described lunds, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umhia, block 4f>93, commencing at a
post planted at or near 1 mile east
of the present C. P. K. survey line at
33 mile post and being tbe northeust
corner of the M. A. Macdonald claim,
tbence west 80 chains, tbence south
80 chains, thence eust 80 chuins, and
thence north 80 chains to the point
of commencement, making 1)40 ucres
more or less.
M.  A. Macdonald, Locator
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located  April 23th,   1909. 24-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
2. Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, block 4593, commencing at u
post planted ut or near 4 miles east
of the present O, P. R. survey Hue ut
29 mile post, and being the southent
corner of the Lewis Hilton claim,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
86 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Lewis Hilton, Locutor
John Livingstone, Agent
Locnted April 6th, 1909. 24 r
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
3. Notice is hereby given thut thir
ty days after date I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, block 4593, commencing at a
post planted at or nenr 1 mile eust
of the present C. P. R. survey line at
27 mile post and being the northeast
corner of Thomas Leusk's claim,
tbence west 80 chuins, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains to the point
of commencement, mnking 640 acres
more or less.
Thomas Leask, Locator.
.luhn Livingstone, Agent.
Located April 7th, 1909. 24 5.
pusi planted at or neat 1 mile e.t**
of the present C H R survey line n!
>' mile post and being the southwest
cornel ol the Thoman Lee claim,
thence north s0 chains, thence east
chaius, tbence south nil chains,
tbence west 80 chains t" tbe potni
of commencement, muking 640 acre.-*
mure ur less.
Thomas Lee,  Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agenl
Located  April  Ttb.   1909. -. ■"■
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
6. Nutice s hereby given that thii
ty days alter date I Intend to appl)
to tbe Honourable Chiel Commission
er of Lauds and Works foi a license
i* prospect for coul and petroleum on
tbe following described lands, situati
in Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbla, block 4593, commencing nt a
post planted ut or near l mile eitsi
uf tbe present 0. P. It. survey line ul
il mile posi and being the uorthwesi
•ruer of Harry GraceBon's claim,
ihence south so chains, thence easi Si
.-hains, thence north 80 .limn
tbence west So chains to tbe pulni
of commencement, mnking 640 ncre*
mart or less.
Hurry  Gtaceson,   Locatoi
John Livingstone.  Agcul
Located April 7th,  1909, -l 8
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
7. Notice Is hereby given thai tliil
ty duys after date I Intend to upplj
to the Honourable chief Commission
er uf Luuds and Works foi a llccnsi
co prospect fur coal ami petroleum oi.
the following described lands,  (fit Hilt*
in Southeast Kooteuay, British Col
umbla, block 4693, commencing at i
post planted at ur near 2 miles Pasl
of tbe present c. P, H. survey line ul
il mile pust aud being tlie north we*
'•rner of the F. H. Deznll claim
thence eust 30 chains, thenco south
10 chuins, thence west 8ii chains, nni
ihence north 80 chains to the puiu
of commencement, making C-in mre
mure ur less.
F.  H.  Dozall,   Lucnlii
John Livingstone, Agent
Located April 7th.  1909. 24 5
iTIt V-
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Bast Kootenay; Southern
Division
Take notice that l. Oliver Harvey
Barber ol Vancouver, B.C., occupation real estate agent, intend to up
pi-, foi permission to purchase the
following described lands    Comtnenc*
ing   id   B   pOSt        plauted   at   tin    n.Jltll
east corner ol timber license 3236 be-
Ing on the south bank ol the St.
Mary's river, thence west SO chains.
tbence north 6U chains mure or less ;
thence down stream of suit! river to
{place ui commencement and contain
H 320 ncres mure or less
OLIVER HARVEY  BARBER
May 1st. WW. 8a-9
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District ui Kunt Kootenay.
Take notice ili-u Percy Charles Cos
of Cranbrook, B.C . occupation shad
foreman, intends to apply tor permis
• ion to purchase the following des
irlbeil lands Commencing at u post
a United in chains N ol S.E corner ol
iot 1112, tbence eust 40 chains, thence
math 30 chuins, theuce wesl -lu chuins
hence north 30 chains, to point of
lommencement
Percy Charles Coe,  Locatoi
.lames William Moore, Agent
Hated April 15, 1909 la
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM
8. Notice is hereby given thai 111
.y days after date j intend to up|
a> the Honourable chief Commissi!
■:r of Lauds and Works for n llcci
o prospect for conl and petroleum
the following described lauds, situ i
in Southeast Kootenay, British Ci
iiatiiu, block 4598, commencing nt
.Kist .planted at or near 2 miles ci
of the present C. P, R, survey line
U mile post and being the southe.i
■orner Of .). L. King's dull
chence north 80 chains, thence en
so chains, thence south Nii chains, a
thence west 80 chains to the pot
of commencement, making ti-10 act
more or less.
J.  L. King, Local
John Livingstone, Agei
Located April 7th,  1909. 24
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
9. Notice is hereby given that thir
ty days after date 1 intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission
.r of Lunds and Works for a liceusi
io prospect for coal ami petroleum on
the following described lauds, situate
in Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbla, block 4593, commencing at a
-.lost planted at or near 4 miles east
of the present C. P. 11. survey line nt
:9th mile post und being the north
east corner of Robert Buckout's clni.n
:hence west 80 chains, thence south
;• chuins, thence east 80 chains, and
ihence north 80 chains to tho pluct
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Robert Buckout,  Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agent
Located  April  7th,   1909. 24 ■'..
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
10 Notice Is hereby given that thir
ty days after date 1 intend to npply
to the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands and Works for a liceti: i
to prospect for coal nnd petroleum on
tbe following described lands, sittiute
ii Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, block 4503, commencing at n
post planted at ur near 3 mites east
of the present C. P. R. survey line nl
i.8 mile post, und being the southwest
corner of the David Moore claim,
thence east 80 chains, theuce north
SO chains, tbence west 80 chain.,
thence south 80 chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
David  Moore,   Locntot
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located April 7th, 1909. 24 5.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenuy.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
Take notice that I. George B. Bolster of Pincher Greek, Alberta, occu-
Glven under my bund and seal of
office at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this 31st day of March,
one thousand nine hundred and nine.
(L.S.)    3. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies
The object for which this company
bus been established   and   registered
art:—
To do all kinds of mnnufacturjib:
and trading business; to purchase,
own, bold and dispose of timber and
all the products of timber; to curry
on and conduct a general logging,
lumbering and manufacturing busin
ess; to erect, buy and sell sawmills,
shlnglc-mills, planing mills, and nil
other mills and factories; to estnh
llsh, operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, hold, manufacture, sell und deal In any nnd nil
kinds of goods nnd wares, merchant!
ise und personal property of every
character und description; to own,
buy, sell, lease und improve binds
t wherever situate; to build, equip,
j and manage water Humes for tbe
j transportation of wood, lumber, tim-
i tier and timber products, and to do
I al) such business as may be incident ■
.'tl thereto. 11-4
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
4. Notice is hereby given that thirty duys after date I Intend to apply
to the Honourable chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
tbe following described lunds, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col*
umbla, block 4593, commencing nt a
post plunted at or near 1 mile east
uf the present C P. R. survey line at
27 mile post and being the southeast
corner of Harry II Hughes claim,
thence north HI) chuins. thence west
K0 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence east HO chains to the point
or commencement, muking 64(1 acres
more or less.	
KOTICfl TO CONTRACTORS
Coui t House, Pernie,
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten
dei for Court House, Pernio, B. C,"
vitl be received by the Hun. the Minister ol Public Works up to noon oi
Wednesday, the 9tb day of June 1909,
[or the erection and completion ol a
Cone rote and Briok Court House at
fernie, if   c.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms ol tender may be seen on uint
after the intb day of May, 1909, at
ilu- oiticcs ol the government agent ni
Pernio; the government agent at Ne.l
son; and at the public Works deparl
ment, Victoria, B. C,
Each proposal must be uccompun
nil by an accepted bunk cheque oi
•ertiiicate of deposit on u chartered
bank ol Camilla, made payable to the
lion the Minister of Public Works,
for a sum equivalent to ten percent.
uf the amount of the tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tender
ing decline to enter Into contract
when called upon to do so, ur if Im
fall to complete the work contracted
for. Tbe cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
he returned to them upon the execu
Ion of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered un
ess made out on the forms supplied,
dgned with the actual signature of
lie tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not neces
-arilv accepted.
P. 0, GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer,
'ubllc Work-. Department,
Victoria. B.C.,  Mu* 4th. 1909.       22
NOTICE
— -o	
Take notice that 1 intend to apply
iu the superintendent of provincial
lolico after thirty (30) days from the
iret nppearnnce of this notice for the
ransfcr from ourselves to William J.
Mien and A. I. Crowley of the li-
ense to sell intoxicating liquors at
lie    Falls   View   Hotel   in   Marysville,
iritish Columbia.
CHARLES E. PINCH
Dated  April 30th,  A.D.,  1909. 21
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I liuve
•■ft    my   out st ami ing accounts  with
M. A. Mncdonald, ol Harvey, McCor
ter &. Macdonald. for collection.
19 JOHN DE/ALL.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kuutenay.
Take notice that I, Harry W. Mel
Iuii of Cranbrook, B. 0., occupation
prospector, intend to upply to the
commissioner of lunds uud works for
permission to purchase the following
described lands ; Commencing at a
pust planted 80 chuins west of the N.
W corner of lot No. 6425, thence south
30 chuins, theuce east 80 chains,
ihence north 80 chains, thence west 80
•hains to place of beginning containing (.40 acres more or less.
Harry     William  Melton.
Duted   June   10th,   1909. 24-
fOH  SALE
Cows, Calves, Pure Hred Berkuhtrt
t'lgs, Eggs for Setting, Pun,* I'lyiuoutl
liock     Apply,   Watts,   Wnttshurg.
Take notice that I, George Welch
of Cranbrook, occupation railway
conductor, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de
crlbed lands : Commencing at a poi t
planted at the N. E. corner of tot
8527, thence east 40 chains, thence
south   05     chains,    thence     west 40
chains, theuce north 65 chains to 11 _^.^.^_^._^.^_^.^.^_^_
point of commencement, containing! LWe Ro0ky Mountain Coats an
two hundred and sixty acres more oi j ,ftnted for Zoological purposes. Per
WANTED.
.IVE   ROCKY    MOUNTAIN   QOAT8
George Welrli, Locntor
June 4th, mull. 24
ORANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT
DltitrL't ot Bast Kootenny.
Tuve notice Hint I, Helen A   Hi-
•os, married woman, <,f Port Perry,
Ontario, intend tc, upply lor penni ■
slon to purcltuKe the following tie
nilieil lunds : Commencing nl u posl
planted nt the Ho'.th west corner ol
lot llfif,2, thenee south 50 chnlnti,
thence enet 111 chains, thence north BO
chulllH, thenee west 111 chains, to   th -
point of commencement,    contntnlnR
200 acres more or less.
Helen A. Htscoa,       MS	
.1. C, l'umniini:s, I.ocntor j mi chiiin
May inth, lllllll. il
nits to catch aB'l export these ani-
uals will be issued by the Provincial
nthorltles.     address:—
DR. OBOIL FHEN'i'H.
Naturallat.
Washington, D.O.
CHANHHOOK  LAND  DISTRICT
liistrict ol Eust Kootenay
Take notice that I. Harvey HoUgh'
land, nf Crnnbrook, ll. C, occupation
Rancher, Intend to apply (or permUi
-.ion to purchase the rollowtog des
orlbed lands Commencing at a post
planteil 211 chains west ol she south
riiHt corner ol lol 6247; thenco west
'it) chains. tbence south HI) chains,
I thence   east   20   chains,   thenee   north
Harvey   Hoilchlnnd.
Hilled  July  15th,  1909,
CHANHHOOK   HAND  DISTRICT
DlHtrli't nt Kootenuy.
Harry H. I'uches,  Locator
.lohn Livlnimlone, Agent.
Located April 7th, 1909, .4'5.
COAL   AND   1'HTItOLKIIM NOTICK.
r, Notice Is hereby given that thirty days after date I liilend to apply
to Ihe Honourable Ohio! Commissioner o( Lands und Works lor a liceiwe
to prospect for coul nnd petroleum on
tbe following described lands, ultuate
ln Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, block 4593, commencing at «,
CHANHHOOK LAND DISTRICT
o
Kusl  Kootenay, Southern Ulvlalon
Tuke   notice   Hint     I,     Andrew II.
Orace of Oranbrook, occupation Join
nnllst      Intend to apply l»i  permis Take  notice that   I,  Robert   BurnB
■Ion to   purchase the following  do* Benedict  ol Mayook, occupation lum
crlbed lands : Commencing al n pout hennaii,  Intend  to apply lor permis
Blunted    at    the N.W. corner nf lot elm urqbasc   the following des
(425     thence wesl  80 chulns. thonce crlbed lunds    Commencing nt a post
south 80 chains, thence nortli 80 chain plunted nl n point no chnins west ol
to place ol commencement, eontnlnlng the N.W. corner ol Dot   No,    64»6,
r.u acre*, more or less llionco 80 chuins    south, thenee eust
u" B"M "      A   1,. o,,„,.. Locntot no chnins,     thenee north 80 chuins.
iinia.l Anril lilst    1909.                    20 thenee west HU ehuiiis to the point of
paten qprii                    commencement, containing mu acres
BOOM    THB   PROSPECTOR - THK   more or less.
PWNEKR PAPRR OF KAST       I Robert Burns BenedicC
KOOTENAY. l)nM M">' 8,h' 1909' 24'9 I   •»».!
THK I'RiiSPKCTolt.    CRANBROOK,
SATURDAY. JULY 17, nun.
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Stock
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of Furniture Dumped on
Cranbrook Market at
Cost Prices.
OUR REASON IS
Too  Heavy a  Stock  for  Midsummer, and the extreme dull trade in  Furniture  for the last two months.
For Staple  Goods our  Stock   is the largest and  best assorted in the district.     We have recently added three large
—   carloads to our stock,  and are in position to fill any orders. ^^=======^^
At Former Sales
Our   Prices   have   done   the   talking, so in this case, we   give   below   prices   in    convincing    terms,   that   must   if
you are in  need of any article mentioned  below cause you to feel That now is the Time to Buy.
CHAIRS  AND  DINERS.
. —xxx	
COMMON CHAIUS. SINGLE STRETCHER   M
common CHAIUS, DOUBLE STRETCHER         l:i
common CHAIRS,   DOUBLE   STRETCHER, DOVE
TAILED UNBREAKABLE SEAT          55
DINERS, ALL WOOD, SPINDLE HACK   Illi
DINERS, ALL WOOD, HOUND HACK      I   111
DINERS,  ALL Win ill.  PANEL HACK        I   Is
DINERS,    ALL   WOOD,  S. OAK.  SET OF SIX,    IN
OLUUING  ARM  CHAIR    II   'IS
DINERS, ALL Wood, sol ID OAK E fi, SET OF SIX
INCLUDING ARM CHAIR     In su
DINERS,  ALL WOOD,  SOLID OAK, ll. 0. QUARTERED, SET OP SIX, Including nrm clialr     21 5a
DINERS,     LEATHER     SKAT.    SOLID   OAK,   0.   0.
QUARTERED, set ol six Including arm chair...   IS  60
DINERS, LEATHER    SKAT.    SOLID    OAK.    0. 0.
QUARTERED, set of six including nrm chair...   S3 38
iilNEHS,  LEATHER  HoX  SKAT.  SOLID OAK, O. 0.
QUARTERED, set oi six Including nrm chuir ...   31  1)8
DINERS,  LEATHER  BOX  SKAT AND HACK,  SOLID
OAK, CI, O, Qtiurtcrctl, set of 6 with nrm choir   32  Is
DINERS, LEATHER SKAT. S OAK, E   E    23   i.n
DINERS, LEATHER HnX, S nAK. E K. 0. 0. QUART
KIlKli OAK, set, of six, including nrm chuir...   21   Ss
ROCKERS.
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ROCKER, ALL WOOD, NURSE     1)8
ROCKERS, ALL WOOD, NURSE, BRACE ARM   ..... 1 li.
HOOKER,   ALL  WOOD      MUSK.   BRACE   ARM   AND
HIOII   HACK  1 4s
HOOKER, ALL WOOD, BOSTON   2 ns
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM 2 .11
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, with \HM . 2 li,
ROCKER, ALL WOOD, WITH ARM, COBLBR SKAT. 2 :>l
PARLOR ROCKERS.
 xxx	
II DIFFERENT STYLES OF PARLOR ROOKERS WITH
CRICKS FROM $6.00 TO JU.UO. ALL WILL CiO AT COST.
LEATHER, WICKER AND UPHOLSTERED HOODS TO
MEET THE SAME FATE, IN MANY CASES COST OF
THESE (iooDS WILL BE DISREGARDED, IN FACT A
NUMBER OF PIECES ARE MARKED AT .HIST HALF
PRICE.
IF YOUR PARLOR OR DEN NEEDS AN EXTRA PIECE
OF FURNITURE. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
PARLOR CENTRE TABLES.
 xxx	
YOUR FRIENDS ARE ENTERTAINED IN YOUR
PARLOR. AND A NICE CENTRE TABLE ALWAYS SETS OFF A ROOM-HERE IS A BAH
CAIN OUR BEST SELLER IN SOLID QUAD
TBRED   OAK    TOP,    SIZE 21x24,   REGULAR
PRICE, $6,011,  NOW       II  99
THIS  IS NOT ALL- -EVERY CENTRE TABLE IN THE
STORE MUST BE SOLD, AND THE PRICE WILL BE THE
MOVING   FORCE.
EXTENSION TABLES.
LOUNGES.
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IN SOLID LEATHER, AMERICAN LEATHER,
VALOUR AND VARONA COVERS.
LADIES WRITING DESKS.
NO.  711    IS  OUH    BEST     BARGAIN,    SOLID    OAK
FRAME, COVERED IN AMERICAN LEATHER,
.DIMOND TUFTED, REG. $35.00, NOW     22  98
NO.    2SII,    GREEN VARONA COVER,  VERY LARGE,
SPRING  EDGE, REG. J31.50, NOW     20  88
MANY LINES TO CHOOSE FROM, PRICES RANGING
FROM $7.00 TO 145.00—ALL REAL 0. C, S. BARGAINS.
COMBINATION BOOK
CASE AND SECRETARY.
YOUR BEDROOM OR SITTING ROOM IS NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT A NEAT WRITING DESK. WE HAVE
THEM IN S OAK, QUARTERED OAK, EARLY ENGLISH
AND GOLDEN FINISH. ALL MUST GO AT EXACT COST.
NO. 410 IS A SNAP; RED. PRICE »10.75.  NCW       tl  32
BUFFETS AND SIDEBOARDS.
MOST USEFUL  ORNAMENTAL PIECE
FURNITURE THAT ANY HOME
CAN SECURE.
OF
No. 1848 BUFFET, REG. »55.0II, NOW     40  Oil
THIS IH A HANDSOME PIECE OF FURNITURE,
QUARTER CUT, POLISHED, LARGE MIRROR. YOU USE
YOUR DINING ROOM THREE TIMES EVERY DAY, HAVE
THE SURROUNDINGS NEAT AND WELL FURNISHED.
THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE TIME IS NOW, TO Do
THIS AT LITTLE COST.
LARGE ELM SIDEBOARD $111.48
YOUR    ATTENTION     IS    PARTICULARLY
CALLED TO OUR TREMENDOUS LINE
OF DRESSERS AND STANDS.
 X X X	
Nii. 41, ELM. 5 LEG,  0 FT.  EXTENSION        f,  58
NO. •'.. ELM, li LEG, C FT.  EXTENSION       7  '.18
NO.   130, ELM. .'.  LEG, 5 FT.  EXTENSION    10  08
NO 42": QUARTER CUT OAK, 8 FT. EXTENSION... 21 111
OUR DISPLAY OF EARLY ENGLISH AND OOLDEN
FINISHED QUARTER CUT EXTENSION TABLES IS THE
BEST IN TOWN. AND THK PRICE AT THIS GREAT
SALE IS SURE TO RESULT IN THIS LINE OF GOODS
OOINC THE FIRST DAY OF THE SALE So COME
EARLY.
-XIX-
No. 375, GREATEST VALUE IN THB STORK, HAS
THREE DRAWERS, LARGE BOOK ACCOMMODATION, WITH GLASS DOOR ; MAGAZINE OR
MUSIC   CUPBOARD   AND WRITING TABLE,
REG.  PRICE (20.00,  SALE PRICE 	
WE HAVE SEVEN ONLY OF COMBINATION SECRETARIES, ALL DIFFERENT DESIGNS, VALUE IN EVERY
PIECE EQUAL To THE ONE DESCRIBED ABOVE.
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NO. 700 DRESSER AND STAND, ELM WOOD, THREE
DRAWERS, MEDIUM SIZE, BRITISH BEVEL
MIRROR, 24x14  	
NO. 0567, QUARTER CUT OAK, TWO PIECES, REG.
PRICE J46.II0,  DOING  AT     27  511
WE CAN  SHOW YOU 17 DIFFERENT    DESIGNS    IN
DRESSERS,  IN ALL     KINDS OF WOOD  EXCEPT E   E.
SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT US TO DESCRIBE THEM ALL
IN   EVBBY   LINE   THB COST TO US WILL BE THK
SELLING PRICE TO YOU.
GREATEST   OF   ALL
Entire Bedroom Furnished for $24.98
S24.98
1 No. Imi BRASS TRIMED RED, 3-6, ONLY     In nu
I NO. :, GUARANTEED NOT TO SAG SPRING       -I   fill
I  No.  Is COTTON FELT MATTRESS. (EQUAL TO AN
OSTBRMOOR)     II  nn
1  Nn   2081  DRESSEP. AND STAND,  S OAK, 11 DRAW
ERS. BEVEL MIRROR, 26x15     16 nu
Don't Miss this Money Saving, Complete
Bedroom Outfit, Regular Price, $40.50
S24.98
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Watch for Subsequent
Bills
THERE ARE MANY LINES WHICH SPACE WILL NOT
PERMIT US TO GIVE YOU DETAILED PRICES ON, BUT
BE    CONVINCED    THAT EVBRYTHINO IN OUR STORE
CLASSED AS FURNITURE     WILL HAVE A PRICE    TO
CORRESPOND    WITH    THB GOODS THAT HAVE BEEN
PRICED ON THIS SHEET.
WATCH FOR SUBSEQUENT HILLS FOB PRICES ON
STOVES, CARPETS, RUGS, BLANKETS, CROCKERY,
HIGH CHAIRS. COMMODE CHAIRS, SECTIONAL   BOOK
CASES,  CHIFFONIERS  AND BUREAUS,  WHICH OOODS
ARE NOW ON SALE.
Cranbrook Co-operative Stores Ltd.
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Procurable only at
"Always The Same'
Milled from the very best wheat,
with every advantage given Ly intelligent use of modern equipment.
Anchor
Brand Flour
is "always the same," of uniform   excellence, the highest
standard of flour quality.
Manfd. by Leitch Brothers Flour Mills.
Oak Lake,  Manitoba. Canada i«
CAMPBELL & MANNING
sole: agents.
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A HEALTHY LIFE
A   HAPPY   HOME
To be had on a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM
in the British Columbia Southern; Columbia and
Kootenay and Columbia and Western Railway
Companies' Land Grants. Farm Lands eminently
suited for the raisitig of
FRUIT,   GRAIN   OR   STOCK
may be purchased in these Grants at low figures for
cash, or on EASY TERMS, from
THE
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
Timber Lands of the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered tor sale in blocks of from
640 acres upward.
GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES SCENERY UNSURPASSED
For Maps,   Application  Fornis,   Regulations and
Literature apply to
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. to 2nd Vice Pw/sident,
Calgary, Alberta.
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!      EAST   KOOTENAY     !
t (DISTRICT  LOCAL  NEWS) |
TO KENT.
5  roomed  Cottauo, clone to     tbe
new school.   Kleetric light, water uml
'phone.   Apply
LOUIS  HILTON.
North tend Van Home Ave.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
\ Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection m
Ni'iifi'si lo raili'ihkI depot,    fins nccomino- y(l<
ilal ions   I'm    llir   public   inietpialleil   in 3)1
Ci'unbroolf,
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HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
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Hot and Colli Baths
Proprietors
nuurieiurs y.
FERNIE.
DISTRICT liBDGER.
What about our city band ? Has
it died so soon ?
Mr. Win. Dicken bus received the
contract for the extension of the
uchool .sewerage system.
It is said that Sampson kilted
thousands with the jaw bone of an
ass, but the Jaw bone of the ass that
wags so much on our base ball
ground does not kill anything but
time.      '
The bank of Hamilton hope to
make a start very soon on their new
building, likewise the Imperial bank.
Both structures will be handsome
blocks and uptodate in every respect.
CRESTON REVIEW
Desk 13
Town Lots for Sale in Cranbrook
mmm
fe$ Are you feeling languid and all run down • -is 1. .*r.'
for you to pull yourself together, and d'«s every
thing seem loo much trouble for you? Are you feeling irritable and bad tampered? No wonder if you are.
1 he months of winter have trie.1 yoa sorely and robiied
you of more vitality ilmn your system has been able to re-
plenlsn. ™" fe in need of a f;ood fi.tic whisli wll! revivt you
'.mi bring back that old-time vim nnd energy. PSYCHINBwllldo-thls,
Mr. James Stollker, of Rldgetown, suys:- "THERE IS LIFE IN EVERY OOSli.
MDiiottspeak too highly ol PSYCHINti.forlt lathe greatest medicine I ever mod.
, ., !    1.1 " W"." ' b'•'l!'", ",a <•"»«"«•.■ «nd in 3 montiis 1 was ns -xvctl
llta h, «u.r„ ,1 fi." v°"1C for ww,k""" ""'•''own people.   There .<icc.ru to be i.ew
I,. na!.    !       ,'  Ai Z" .a,"",0'd0 ""■""" pSYCHINE at this Iin- of she year.   II
Timber Commission.
The Kovnrnment hn« nclcctccl for
the forestry comminHlon the lulluw-
inK gentlemen : Hon. R .1. Fulton,
minister ol litnclti; A. S. Ooodeve,
M. P. '.for Kootenny; uml A. 0.
Pltimcrfelt oi Victoria, The duty of
the cnminiKHton will he to Investigate
thoroughly the timber question In
this province.
TO HUNT.
PERNIE FREE PRESS.
Maurice Quuin wns down from the
city of Cranbrook on Tuesdgy.
The H31k river is now clearing up
and fishermen are already bringing in
some good creels of finny beauties.
Judge Wilson held county court on
Wednesday, disposing of some speedy
trial cases.
Some people arc never satisfied,
Lust, winter it was too cold, last
week ft was too hot and last Tuesday It was too wet. If old props is
sensitive he must be a .stranger to
peace of mind.
Wilfred Hridgcr, a driver in No. 9
mine, met with a serious accident
during Wednesday afternoon. He was
sitting on the front of the first ear
of a trip when he was tipped off unexpectedly. Fortunately the oars did
not run over him but threw him to
one side. When found he was conscious but unable to walk. He waH
removed to the doctor's surgery
where the examination proved no
bones broken. He was taken to his
boarding house and after a few days
test tie will be around again.
On Oranbrook street., nenr Hyde
street, a two room ctittugo partially
fnrnhdied.   Apply on tbe premises.
MOYIE LEADER
The fact that Moyie needs a new
school building should nut be lost
sight of.   *
The junior baseball team of Moyie
hereby Issues a challenge to any local team, aside from tbc seniors.
The seniors of Moyie and Pernio
arc arranging for a game at the latter place one work from Sunday .Itly
18th,
A new sidewalk is being laid along
the west Hide of Tavistock street uud
north of Queen's avo. A flume will
also be' hui iIt, to carry tlie water down
Campbell Greek. It will follow the
course of the creek bed,
0, t. McGrogor. while in Vancouver
went undei a successful operation (or
stomach trouble of long standing
Dr. Hall ol Victoria performed the
operation, and it, is Said to be very
successful. Mr. McGregor is still in
the hospltaj in that, city, but. expects
to be home within a short, time.
Ice Cream from the Hpoknne ttakory
Co., the finest ami lust eTer brought I
into Cranbrook. Hold by the pint or
quart or dish at- Wong Feng's.
BIS
The government road gang are now
working on the new road to Duck
Creek.
Tom Cole had the misfortune to
fall off the roof of u cottage he is
building on Hamilton's ranch, last
Saturday, severely bruising h.mself
and breaking u rib.
Frank Bast lost a very valuable
brood mare on Sunday last. Owing
to one of the railwgy crossing gates
being left open, the animal strayed
upon the truck and was knocked
down by the enstbound passenger
train.
The first bricks to be manufactured
in Creston have been turned out by
Mr. T. Qualfe, from material on his
ranch, T. Qualfe, Jr., doing the work.
This was an experimental burn, six
thousand being turned out. Those
capable of expressing expert opinion
state thut the bricks are of a very
good grade.
The Alice mine, which was bonded
a few weeks ago, will be reopened today. Mr. G. Lowenberg, the owners'
representative, yesterday received notice to this effect from Messrs. Ley
and Douglas, who bonded the property for other capitalists.
Messrs. H. H. Ley, H. Wintield and
A. Thompson arrived today from Nelson and made the necessary arrangements for sending up the first pack
train with provisions.
Common Profanity.
"I'll be deviled!" said tbe ham.
"I'll be switched !" said the train.
"I'll be darned!" said the sock.
"I'll be stumped!"said the tree.
"I'll be blowcd!" said the horn.
"I'll be hanged!" said the picture.
"I'll be damned!" said the stream.
-Exchange,
noi ion
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal nnd petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 4598, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at n post
tllunteil at the northeast corner of
lot H7.il and being the southeast coiner of W. J. Lungley's claim, thence
north X0 chains, thence west 80 chains
thence south HO chains, thence east HO
chains to the point of commencement,
containing (140 acres more or less,
Located  June 29,  19(19. 2<M
W. J. Langley, Locator
NOT! OB.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect, for coal nnd petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a .poet
plnnted at the intersection of the
north line of lot 87.13 with tbe east
line of lot 8781, and being the south
west corner of J. A. Hurvey'H ctnim,
thence north Hll chains, thence east
HO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing filO acres
moro or less.
Located June 29, 1909. 29-4.
J. A. Harvey, Locator.
ANCHORBR1NB FLOUR
NOTICE].
Take notice that thirty days after!
date I intend to apply to the Chief]
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in i
block 4598, district of Southeast
Kootenay: Commencing at a post!
planted three miles west of the north ■
west corner of lot 8729 and being the j
southeast corner of John Devlin'.-- j
claim, thence north 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thonce south 80 chain!* ■
and thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Located, June 28th, 1909. 29-4
John Devlin, Locator.'
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days alter!
date I intend to apply to the   Chief!
Commissioner of Lands for u license!
to prospect  for coal and   petroleum
over   the   following lands sittiute   in
block    4593,   district     of   Southeast
Kootenay :   Commencing   at a   post
planted at or near the northwest corner of lot 8729 and being the   southwest corner of J. D. Lungley's claim.
thence east 80 chains, thence north HO
chains'! theuce west 80 chains, thence;
south Ho chains to the point of cum-:
mencement,     containing   ii40    acres,
more or less.
Locnted   June 28th, 1909. 29-4.
J. Langley, Locator, i
west corner of lot 8729 nnd being tbo
southeast corner of '.oldie People's
claim, thence north Ho chains, tliuncu
west 8ft chains, thence south 8u chains
and thence east. 8H cnains, to the
point of commencement, contninln :
640 acres more or less.
Located, June 28th, 1909. 29 I
(.oldie Peoples, Locator.
NOTICE!,
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a licens.
to prospect for coul and petroleum
over the following binds situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commonclng at a ppa
planted !( miles west uf the nortliwesl
of lot 872!), and being the south
west corner of Wm. Devlin's clnim,
thence north 80 chains, tliencc eust Hi
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains to point of commence
ment, containing 040 acres more   oi
Located,  June 28th,  1909. 29 I
WM,   Devlin,  Locator
0       VISIT OR. KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
The Largest  Anatomical
Museum in the West.
I Mr Kelly Diseases of Men. Twenty
years' experience In tho treatment uf.
weakness, nervous troubles or any'
contracted  ailments.   A   positive cure
Iin every case undertaken. Consultation free and strictly prlvute, Treat
ment personally or by letter.
DR. KELLEY'S MUSEUM
210 Howard St.. Spokane, Wash.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4598, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing at a post
planted one mile north of the northwest corner of lot 8729 and being the
southwest corner ol John Hall's
clnim, thence north 80 chains, thence
east HO chains, thence south HO chains
and thence west 80 chains to point of
commencement,   containing  (140  acres
Located,  June 28th,  1909. 29*4,
more or less,
Located,   June 28th,   1909. 29-41
John Hall,  Locator.
NOTICE).
—tf—
Take notice that  thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the   Chief
Commissioner of Lauds for a license
to prospect for coal and   potroloum
over   the   following lands situate   in'
block    4598,   district     or   Southeast;
Kootenay:   Commencing   at a   post'
planted one mile north of lot 8729 mid
being the .southeast corner oi Arthui
Perry's clnim, thence north 80 chains.
thonce west 50 chains, thenee south 80
chains, thonce east, ho chains to point
of    commencement,    containing   i;tu
acres more or less
Located.  June 28th,  1909. 29-4
Arthur,  Perry,  Locator.
NdTlCK.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 4693, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing nt a post
planted one mile west of the north-!
NOTICK.
Take notice that thirty days aftei
date I intend to apply to the Ohief
Commissioner of Lands for a liceusi
to prospect for coal and petroleum
over the following lands situate in
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay : Commencing nt a poBt
planted at or nenr the northwi st
corner of lot 8729. and being the
northeast of Al. Page's claim, thence
south 80 chains, thence west sn
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chuins, to point of commence
ment, containing fill) acres more ol
less.
Locnted, June 28th,  1909. 23 •'
Al,   Pago,   Locator
NOTICE,
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply tu tbe Chiel
Commissioner of Lands for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum
over the following lands situate In
block 4593, district of Southeast
Kootenay ! Commencing at a pi st
planted at or near tin- northwest
curner of lot 8729 ami being the south
east corner of A J, Devlin's claim,
thenci- north 80 chains, thence wist
80 chains, thence south HO chains
thence east HO chains to point ol
commencement containing mo ncre
more ur less.
Locnted,   June  2Mth,   1909, 2'' >
A    .1.  Devlin, Locator.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
CIUNIIIIIMIK
Til
SICATTMB.
S25.00
Tickets on sale dally May 29th lo
Oct. 14th Final roturp limit IB
days, but not. Inter than Oct   -'II
For complete Information apply tu
agents, or write
j  ni. rnoCToit,
D  P, A., Oalgary.
LAM) REGISTRY ACT.
| Take notice that an application has
been made to register Gertrude It.
.Armstrong as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tai Sale Deed from Al-'
fret) C Nelson, assessor of t^ie dis
trict of Kurt Steele, to Gertrude it.
Armstrong, bearing date the 31st day
of October, A.I)., L904, of all aniL
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land premises situate, lying and
being in the District of Kootenay in
tho province of British ('ulumbia.
mure particularly known and ilescrib-
ed us Lot No. 2070, Croup one. District of Kootenay.
Vuii and each of you arc requited
to contest the claim of the tax pur
chaser within fourteen days from the
date of the service of this nutice upon you, and in default of a caveat
or certificate of lis pendens being Hied
within such period, you will be forcer estopped nnd debarred from setting up any claim to or In respect ol
the said land, and I shall register
Gertrude It, Arms!long as owner
thereof
Dared at  Land Registry olllce. Nel
on,   Province   ol British Columbia?,
this 26th day of March, A. D., 190.).
H,  P. Joraml.   "
District  Registrar.
To Wm   .1   it   Cowoll.
Final insertion 8Ut -Inly. 1909.
Stock Quotations
Am FurDlaliod by
IIUAI.K ,« ki.wki.i,, Oranbroi
,k, B.O
April  mill
,  1909.
HUI
Artk ail
Ann.ni   Cnlimjlllliltoil mii.'Ium :
.25
■'riiiiliinnk |.'iri. Hi irk
1.10
Dominion (Jojuier                    .07
,ffl
Ni. ..I,,  dual  Mini's Mil       .114
.Ml
Niplaalffjl                             10.70
11.25
Sultlran
.00)
II    '       Alli;il|.|iln.ilr.l   1 ..ill    112!
.03
li. 0, Cnppei                   i; mi
7.511
ruiunliiiii ClnliMelila             08|
.115
I'lUIII'lUIII  Mlllrulli                    1 nn
1 75
Cnnnilinn NmiiIiwi'sI  nil      li,
.211
CiiiiHnlltlntr.il Klnoltorn     77.00
90 mi
1 1 Conl                       .67
III
Hi:,in,,,i,l  Vuii.  Conl            ,09
III
Inli'iiiiillnnitl Conl               .71
,7H
Mi'llllliviny Crock I'.iiil        2:.
North Slur                          .081
12
NllKltol  Hiilil Mini's                 Illi
711
Plnrhcr Crook nil Co
1 nn
Rambler ''mil                   II
,M|
Royal Colllorloa                  .27
ii
Socloty HUI
.25
Wa.tnrn Oil (prof)                  'J ur.
4.on
Woatorn "il (oril i             I 75
2.50
Veteran Wnr Serin        S2S 00
Villi Illi
..Throw away the hammer and boont. Pat*  I
1'Ki'Tiiu,    CRANBROOK,    li
SATI'RDAY, '.TITI.V
1'lWI.
Men's   Summer   Suits ♦ I
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LOCAL   NEWS.
\XTE  have about twenty Summer Suits left ♦ »	
"   over, these we want to clear out.   Now at ♦    „  (   a w     ,, Mnry
the prices we are offering, you do yourself an * „,„.'„ Thiinday! "'
injustice not to wear a cool suit during the hot J
weather.    Remember, these suits are not old, ♦
antiquated goods, but stuff that is right up-to- *    A  ,■  ,,„„.„,
date.     Remember this fact when you read the ♦ Monday.
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I GREAT ♦
(reduction sale!
renders have beon Called t<>i
w   liiipcriiit  hank  building,
was nl  Croati
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SUMMER  SUITS
Ten Dollar Suits
For    -    S8.50
Twelve and a Half
Dollar Suits
$10.00
Thirteen and  a
Half Dollar Suits
$11.50
Fifteen Dollar
Slits for $12.50
We   are  selling
the remainder of
our
FIT REFORM
,1    A   .Mm,• ul Vlctnrli
uii.lny   last.
S     Knox i,I
Tuesday,
1>   Lynch at
m  Monday.
K   K   1'ik,.
it y Snturdai
il Turuntii
laat.
Urondwood     ul Uonnor'
ii Un in,  Monduj
unpbell
Apricot
Manning
York, Bnglnad,
I   SuilllB)   l.i-t
*   sweet   I'ickles  in  bulk   111
il     i'.nap:,.-11   .v   Manning
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OF ML PIPERS!
For the next 30 days I will
offer for sale my entire stock
of Wall Papers at 25 per rent
discount for cash, consisting of
K    K    II,.,lli,
.^i from a business
inn...I     Suturdn)    *
Hip  tu I'lilt-nl \     *
lUtiei  lor ihe faun
mHKWTSR Safety Razors Fit All Faces.
THE
OF THE
mm KmnSAFETY
"ANGLE"
RAZOR
is so exactly proportioned that when the
blade il held against the (ace, the edve
is in the exact position lor a clean
easy cutting of the beard.
WITHOUT HONING
WITHOUT STROPPING
Each KttH KU1UK blade is hardened, tempered and ground
individually, insuring uniformity of temper and excellent culling
qualities. There is no scraping or pulling like you experience
with other Safety Rators.
SILVER "UTFD
IIUCK IUTM H
CASE
GOLD I'l A1FI)
PIGSKIN
CASE
nglish   Velours and Tiles \
uinlt S^S^SSK \ Canadian and American Art |
A Complete MtH KUTfCR ■
SAFETY HAZOR OUTFIT
consist] ol Holder and
12 sharp Norwegian Steal
Blades, packed In a com-
pact neat covered case.
COME A
VOl'   T(
New Blades...
SOLD AND CUARANTEED BY
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware Cranbrook,  B. C.
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WE HOLD TESTIMONIALS
Received from satii.tietl patrons that will
convince the most skeptic that we arc
EXPERT OPTICIANS
If you arc troubled with youi eyes ill .'my
way call ami let us give you advice.
A Reliable Rejiall Shop (or
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
THE RAWORTH BROS.
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors
CRANBROOK
B. C.
quire
Mi
>tl conUit.on
s office.
bargain   Ln
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nut Mrs J. F Stadler of
Cleveland, Ohio, wort? Cranbrook vis
itors Saturday last.
In about two weeks baying will
commence on nearly every farm in
the Crnnbrook district.
E. I' Blackford ni Toronto and E
I., Staples of WycHfle were reeistereil
,ii rlic Cranbrook Saturday Inst.
secure choicest patterns
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PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers        ■  .
Km' a nice
■,.ii tn Wong
Patmore Ur,.
cold ilish nl uc cream
Fune's, next door tn
.. Armstrong Ave.
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
■ih< sulci only by
The Monteiius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441   Hastings Street,
Vaucuiiver,  B.C.
WHITE   KOI!   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOG UK.
Branch Sunt*   413 Josi-plune Stifrt, Nrhon, B.C.
George   Welch,   Selling   Agent, Cranbronk, B C
Manager
H     H.   STANTON,
ur   all    Eastern    B.C.
Business,
L, C, Brown of Vnncouver, J. H.
Williams and   v   Caldow of Toronto,
were guests at tht- Cranbrook Sunday
last.
J. A    Mara and M. Scotsworth   of
Victoria,  wore here this  week,  g^ad-
Ing the several clerks in the govern- \
incut ofllce.
Mr,s.  It.  Benedict     and her mother
Mrs. March, nf Mayook, were in town
Monday,  where they will reside     for!
the present,
<'. K. Kiuisch of ('row's Nest was]
in the city Friday.
Before  many  days  we  hope to see j
a long felt want realised by the taking over hy the city the plant of the
Water   Supply   Co.
Don't forget that the Strawberries will about finish this week. If
you need n few mure rush your order.
Campbell J> Manning-
v      .1.  Walker,  who has been with  the
4 ; Pink      Mercantile     Co.,  for the patt
♦ [year,  has     accepted a position  with
♦ , W. E. Wenlen as bookkeeper.
IB. H. SHORT!
X     Armstrong Avenue Phone ill     XX
OUR   AIM    I-   In
nf I'limlni'i  with tin
lying n'sniis nl tho
,'imir
buildings
whirl,      t||,
Ivo  ill,- conifiirl-si'ekoi' Hi.'  Iuii,-l w..iisi.
li'iisi  m-iim' nt ai'i'.'initiis-  the iiioslsulls-
ousl   1'XlK'llSP  nl  fuel  uml   nl  lulinr. irhli
mil 11 iluriiliilily equal in tin- 1 il,- nl tin.
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lifds! Birds! Ids!
Our Systems nf   Routing nient these  requlrcini
Thsyara theelllelor.i. silent, reliable son-am nf thi
an adjunct ivhieh docs moro for the oheor uml heulthfuluc
home-llietli nn any other material foatnrc nr decoration nf 1
nslnlli'il
exact ly.
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^••■.•(.•^f '«V«\'
♦i IL 1- T. Galbrnith, Indian agent,
T ; nf Knit Steele, and A. Mutz, presi-
X dent of the Fernte-Fort Steele Brew
X   ing Company, were in town Tuesday.
X ■'■ Only of Sirdar, (J. Prictmrd uf
Sandpoint, .1. B. Morris of Montreal
and (I. A. Moore ol Toronto, were
registered at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
LAST   DAY   OF   SALE   AT
McBRIDES HARDWARE
NATURES FERTILIZER j
To net  the best results   from
your fruit  trees you must put f
nourishment  into the ground. X
Dried  Blood   Fertilizer |
Tl'V Our    l.lood and Hone Mixture J>
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Tankage. t
* j Every firewarden in the Oranbrook
T  district is keeping n Vigilant lookout
* j lor forest tires and il nne occurs every
X  effort will lie mnde to distinguish it,
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* ;    After an illness nl three weeks with
• pneumonia Mrs. w. Harding, lute of
♦ Cranbrook, passed away nn July 1st.
:♦ : at     Armstrong,    11. ('.   Her remains
j were interred     tlie following Sunday
» I «t Lnnadowne.
il P. V Pym ,,f Mnntrnil. K. l'rettie
X of Wardncr, A. McKnughton nl Vnn
J  couver,  .1   Kat,m nl     Winnipeg,    It.
♦ Klyr ..( Si   Paul and  11.  W   Kruger
♦ ,.,!   StillwattT   were  guests     at      tbe
This Large Assortim-nt Consisting nl
Magnificent Genuine German Hartx
Mountain Roller Canaries
Fancy Birds Talking Parrots
Paroquetts      Love Birds
Nightingales
Must Be  Sold Today at Any Cost
ALL    SINGERS     GUARANTEED
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Tin' I,anil gave the usual weekly
niir.-rl Mnn,lay evening lust nn the
ie« hand stand, hut owing tn ruin,
in* program announced, which, we
ire Informed, was an uptodnte ono,
aid tn in- curtailed A large number
,1     cltlaenN     were mu  in enjoy the
X Phone  56
I ,HP. QUALITY
5TORE
Gold Standard
Tea*-* and Coffees
; PIHACE mid CONTENTMENT will surely rtijen
X iii the home it you use only
I      ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
X Makes Itest I'.read
:CAMPBELL& MANNING
* Staple and Fancy (irocers
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Alleiulwl
DAY PHONE   Nu. '.'
NllltlT I'lliiNK  Nu. 280
R. H. DWYER.
I'liiionil    Dli'ooloi'   mill   Km
biilmoi',  in nhai'RO.
,CH0R BRAND FLOUR
11/rc    I I IIII Pi     ortc-Art*
Hniininiii  PineappleB
today.
nt   Htcwiirt'ri
he pai'ticulat' .iiniin your heating
nyntom, Wc licul the libmen of parttc-
nine people, Ours is particular work
nnil Riven siiiiRfaction,
lee Cream from t.ln> Spokane Hakevy
Co., the llni'Mi and bent ovor hro:i.?lit
Into Oranhrook. Hold l>y thi" plat, or
ijimrt nr dish at Wong Cnng'fl.
P. BURNS & rO.
P. O.  Mux il.
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Ham and Bacon
Our siiiiiIumI infills in'o nlwnvs I'msli sliirlt. Wi'
lll'D siiii' Ihnl if you hy llii'in ontin yn,. will n^rrn
Willi ns Hun llii'v mc lim liosl lliivoi'nil nnd ninsl
wliiili'siiiiin similiiMl  ini'iiis vim  Inivi' I'vi'i' onion,
P. Woods & Co. i
PHONE ST P. 0. BOX 154    J
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Mi   ..ml Mr»   l,uiilla»  arrived
Inwn     Saliiirlay     lin,t.    Mr   l.aiiiliiw
ll.n.   Ilail   rlililci-   nl       III,'   (llnieiy   lie
partmenl nl the Kink Merciintile Co.,   <?■
anil in very     popular.   Mrs. Ijiiilluw
will be lieartlly     welcomed to ('run
brook
\n indium, prcuclier given it ue liiH
opinion tlmi ulrlH like tn dunce only
lii'inii"■ tbey enn Huih get thomROlves
hugged II,. .,un.|y m miniakeii. Mont |
eirlh could i-i-i themfltilVDH Iniggeil by
iin-i.h flopping iiolilnd tbe door nnd
II 1 gcnernlly unilaritaad tlint bug-
i'iiii: in hiii-Ii a plnre ie much inure
laliiilarl.inii  I,,  ball   purl lee  tban    nut
III Hir middle nl a lighted ball room
in-:
* Itlileelied   I y   I'i,
* ! gar   ill     fllVOI    nl   III
* your Iuiiiki- hy  g,.ni
f 111 HP 1
? I littli.   mm,
w    , 1 ....
Mile'K gilKRTlON ban be»n I •»
by   fill liallll'lll     We   nr- j '■'
he protection     of|4
il   pulnl,   InilieKtly   X.
killed  wnrkmen, cpntH   11   „.
iliiin  the rilKAl'     kind   ,..
Inpped "ti t,v "trump pulnierK" wlm  A>
nine   up      ll„.   ultlllltlon  and   illdge   by
DxliitlnK conditions If ynu ure waiting
Im   i'l |i  .lulu,  I'alnt  ami  I'aliitlng.
We expect (,, remain in liunlness nnd
I'iiiinnt nllnril tn line anything but
tin- best material nr employ other
than Hkilleil workmen nnd when we
iin wnrk we iin It. right-not elienp. —
1). 11. Short.
STEWART'S
The  Leading   Fruit Stole.
IjK'rriJt'K,    1 I't'llMllKlls,
(IIIKKN UNIONS. SI'IN.MII
("iiil.KIIY,  lllMiRAIIII,
IIA/.'.I.WiiiiIi li l.t'llK.VM,
HTHW MIT'S KINK
I'llui'iil.V TKS
HUtil-l ATHWART
WANTItD.
Married   man     tn   wnrk   funu o
shares.   Simp fur Rood man.
Kieil A.  Ilussel & Oo,
I   rinx IH Oranhrook, ll. 1
Francis Edward
Corrison
CROUP
Ml,,anei! In 10 niliaila,
..in,, Willi III. Hl„«,|,»
I rnup Hi'iai'il). Oiiii
ill Min'lr 11	
Nn vii
,1,
4lo und iiliiuilue ,nip- Jan.llruBi.d.l'i
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l\. y -Binning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAM E R
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
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lliitulniiiali'i' t'l'iiiiliroiik I'il.v  It I     I 1
<■ r Kinik K, .ui'i'ia,, iD.J.JOHNSON
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CI Ii
l.nli' Ila111l111a.il. 1  Hie Mii|i'»I,v'h lloj'l'l
W.    I'llsllil'I'S
TEACHER   OF
Violin, Ran jo, flllllfli', Miimliilin
uml      Slmiiliiril      riistl'iinii'iils.
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone »5,i.        CKANimooK. H.c.
Repeat II -"Shlloh'o I'ure will   nl
ways   cure   my   rouebH   uud   cold'i."
CARPENTER   AND
GUILDER
OONTRAOTS SOI.iniTlili.
HOUSES
K,,r   Hule nr Kent nl. Reasonable
Prices.
OlliccA Workshop*—Lewis Si,
«;hone No. 98,
"The Best in Town"
l''nr II  ('mil.  Cloilll Sliuvn.
nr li   ll.'lir t'ul, go In
Bullock&Weba^tei
T01.sori.1l   Artists
Ci'lllilirniil;   SlriM'l
OUR    HATH   ROOM   IH HTIlll'Tl Y
lll'TOIIATK,
NEAR ROYAL, HOTEL

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