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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     MAY   15,   1909.
No. '2 ()
GUGGE.NHEIMS PLAN FOR THE
SULLIVAN MINE.
BELIEVED THAT BIO MINING OPERATORS INTEND TO TAKE
OVER WILL-KNOWN MINIM PROPERTY.
MORRISJINS. "Kn06lH»UuDr0D"flanL0llflfllrTrlD PUGSLEY IS EUCHERED OUT OE
fl DEFENCE.
Bonds To Be Fonoloud—Stockholders Deolare That
Agreement of Bondholders Has Been Repudiated
Now York, May in Tlmt the glnnt
balloon  in  which  Professor H.  Clay
j tun of Hn.simm. proposes to cross the
Atlantic this Btimmor will be cuii
stmctod in this city, and that Lim
Stevons, ho and Professor Clayton on
.the   voyage,   wns learned today. Ac*
.   5,. - - ,.    ...     .   ..   .      ". cording to Stevens, ho and Professor
out ol the allatr with a badly bruised 0,ayto«  ,     mont|ls |mV(. Wm ,,,„.
An apparent decision by the Que
genheims to take over the big lead
property owned by the Sullivan
Group Minim; Company near Marys
vllle, 11. 0., is made public by the re-
Insal ot the bondholders to accept the
hull cent assessment decided upon a
year ago and to grant the stockholders a longer period ol time (or pay-
ins od thc indebtedness. Notice to
thut effect has been given to the
ictockholders.
The mine has always been considered one of the big lead properties in
Drttiah Golumbiu. Some years ago
money was advanced to build a smelter hy the Guggenheims, through C.
Sweeney nnd the Federal Mining and
Smelting and Refining Company, its
local representatives, and, to protect
the Interests ot the Guggenheims control of the mine and smelter was
taken over by Sweeney. Bruce Clend-
enning wus made superintendent. Under careful supervision and working
It paid thc management enough to
satisfy immediate claims and lt was
turned back to the stockholders.
MINE NOT PROFITABLE LATELY.
The mine has never been profitable
since that time. It is alleged that
mismanagement is responsible lor the
$400,000 worth of bonds which are
now held hy the Guggenheim Interests in Spokane. Some time ago
zinc was encountered on the property
making trouble in smelting the ore
nnd this is claimed to have further
decreased the profits.
Stockholders were given notice by
the bondholders that II the stock
were deposited in escrow in the Trader's National hank of Spokane and a
voluntary hall cent assessment put
up by thc holders of the stock, which
is non-assessable, 12 months more
would be given the stockholders to
operate the property. The half cent,
assessment was to constitute a bond
to that extent in favor of the stock
holders putting it up.
According to the stockholders the
agreement _ has   been   repudiated   by
ders to proceed under their mortgage.
While the bondholders claim priority
over ordinary creditors, they aro disposed to make provision In a plan of
reorganisation, for all creditors both
secured and unsecured. Alter consultation between the solicitors for the
bondholders and for the Crow's Nest
Pass Coal Company, which was one
ol the dissenting creditors, and whicli
has secured judgment on its claim
and levied upon all property ol the
company, it has been suggested that
the bondholders and the creditors cooperate in tde execution ot the following plan, substantially, as follows :
A new company Is to be organised
which will issue first preferred stock,
bearing 7 per cent, dividend annually
to the amount of bon indebtedness,
including interest.
This new company will also Issue
second preferred stock to the amount
ol the claims outside ot the bonds,
including all interests and costs, estimated to be (60,000.00. The second
preferred stock will bear the same
rate of dividend as tne flrst. The only
difference between the two classes ot
preferred stock is that the company
will have the right at any time to retire -the . second preferred stock by
paying for tho same at par.
The company will also Issue common stock in an amount equal to the
first preferred stock, which will bc
divided among the holders of the first
prelerred stock.
The officers of the new company will
be largely as suggested by the Federal
Mining & Smelting Company,   which ! ti~n
fnee and minus about $75
Declaring thut he saw Suruch fix
up several mixed drinks, which By
ington drank and Immediately became   helplessly drunk, Joe Blschat, I""" """',,|,r'i!',r,.«t,,Ti'Vi,»nV''  """ ""'""     A remarkable Incident occurred
begun cm thc witness stand his story ion«*'"''' '""",',,,', a.v such „ thf   commons    during, tho dobat	
ol how the Canadian was robbed .He L, n ™{ 8°"?Jrawiied as .asllv as th« Ncw Brunswick Royal (' ,lss|, „
said that Sarach came from behind, ]XlZnvoyage To,-New York city &?. ttttaln''t     """   *'"   p'"""c»
: iuiii: the (rip that will establish air
j line communication betwoon thin
country and Europe, hut thc matter
; has boon kept a secret for fear some
[one would forestall them.
"It may sound wild to say such a'
Stevens.
"Profoa
CONSERVATIVE   GOVERNMENT A   FERNIE   MAN   R0BRED  IN BOSTON MEN ARE DETERMINED
IN NEWFOUNDLAND-BOND'S  \ SPOKANE SALOON. TO CROSS ATLANTIC IN
DEFEAT DECISIVE. —»— BAL00N.
—„— Finding that he had resorted to tic- i —„—
st   John   Mav ll   PraoHmll. onm 'tion     in     B" attempt tu laston his
Pteta nSSlfSL«,   voti'ng' „ Sa£ ' •l'™ ££_* 'L_ , M'T
inlay's election show that the party' ',     *    ™? yesterday decided
I headed by   Sir Edward Morris    has  '"Joc'     8^   tv"!,    fl V''"
won an overwhelming victory and he H?°n    »»  ."L*1 ^    >   Rvme
will have 26    members c,t the leglsla- , t""ty, £L ,km ,K,S8 ,0";,   ?; ,ll!"n,i~
ture as against id supporters ot Sir 12?,?' *K.J' ^L?" ''. "'" 1,"lHre ""
Robert Bond, the former head of the F"dtt!r »"**•  Th,!     Canadian cume
government.   In the voting last November each side elected 18 members,
| a sitiintion which resulted ln Satur-
I day's I,iillniing
Following Ik a list of the. successful
candidates :
Fogo—H. J. Earle, opposition.
Bonnvistu--D. Morrison, S. Bland-
ford, W. Windsor, government.
Trinity—R. Watson, R. SquireB, E.
Grant, government.
Buy de Verde-J. Crosble. J, Whitney, government.      (ii
Carbonear—.1. Goodison, government.
Harbor Grace—A. Plccott, E. Parsons, A. Seymour, government
Harbor Main-W. Woodford, J. M.
Murphy, government.
WeBt St. John's returned three government members, including Sir Edward Morris, while east St. John's
has returned three members ot the
opposition. Hlr Robert Bond and
two colleagues have carried Twillln-
gate.
Tho returns are not quite complete
but thc lollowlng are probably elected :
Barhee—H. Mott, government.
Twillingatc—Sir Robt. Bond. Hon.
J. A. Clitt, G. Roberts, opposition.
St. John's west—Sir E. Morris, J.
Bennett, M. Kennedy, government.
Ferryland—M. Caalin, P. Moore,
government.
Placentin—W. Howley, F. Norris,
R. Devereaux, government.
St. John's east—J. Dwyer, W J.
Ellis, H. E. Cowan, opposition.
Burin—H. Gear, E. H. Bay. opposition.
Fortune-Dr.  W.  F.   Lloyd,  opposi-
MAJ0RITY   OF  TWENTY SEVEN  SUSTAIN HIM   HIS SOLICTOR
CARVEL, PRIMED. WITh A SPECIAL   BRIEF,   WAS  AFRAID
TO LET FOSTER FOLLOW HIM.
Suddenly Found Himself Out of Tlm (fame   Crocket
Talked Five Hours. Used Strong Language.
Charles    Sweeney,   Senator    George Usaignment ■ • of your claim and send
Turner and the Federal company. The
statement was made last week by
Senator Turner that the bonds will
be foreclosed, but he would Bay nothing as to the further course ol the
Guggenheim interests in the matter.
Tho following communication was
received at the Prospector office on
Monday :
Reorganisation committee ol the Sullivan Mining Company.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 3, 1909
Gentlemen :—As you are aware, the
Sullivan Group Mining Company, ol
which you are a creditor, Is hopeless
ly insolvent. It has bonds outstand
ing to the par value, exclusive ol In-
has had .more experience In this particular class of mining than any one
of the other creditors.
The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company has consented to tbe foregoing
plan of reorganisation, and it is believed that it offers to all parties interested, substantially, all that could
be gained by long continued and expensive litigation.
If you consent to tbe foregoing plan
will you please execute the enclosed
Burgeo—R. Moulton, government.
St. George's-Downey   government. 18iance77uVtice"'Manrsald,lonvTnced
Total-Government, 2b ^opposition, | hlm that it WB8 aaruch.s nat    that
10.   The government of   Sir Edward
Morris is Conservative.
same to the Traders Bank of Spok
nne. which will hold the assignment
ln escrow until it becomes apparent
that tbe plan ot reorganisation can
be successfully carried through, at
which time it shall be exchanged for
your proper amount of the second
preferred stock.
The stock will be issued after thc
new company acquires title to the
property now held by the Sullivan
Mining Company. The legal matters
In connection with the acquirements
ol that property being lett in tho
hands of Messrs. Harvey, McCarter
and Macdonald ol Cranbrook, and H.
W. Herchmer ol Fernie, B. C.
With reference to the common stock
terest, of J400.000.   It also owes    on | we'i0uid say thai it is issued to re
claims, secured and unsecured, the additional sum ol approximately sixty
thousand dollars. An effort was made
to resuscitate the old company by
getting the creditors to postpone the
claims till January 1, 1910, and by
having the stockholders submit to an
assessment sufficient to pay expenses
of reorganisation, and to put the
company on its feet again. But this
effort failed because only about two-
thirds of the stockholders were willing to come in, and also because of
tho unwillingness of some ol the creditors to agree to the plan. The effort
has necessarily been abandoned and
nothing remains but for the bondhol
imburse the bondholders, who will be
assessed for the amount necessary to
carry on the reorganisation expense,
pay taxes, insurance, watchman, and
so forth, which have nccummulated,
and to pump out the mine, the total
amount necessary being ess,mated at
approximately $20,000.00. It this full
amount is not utilised any balance
remaining will be placed ln the treasury of the new company.
Yours truly,
EBWIN PACKARD
M08K OPPENHGIMER
REYNOLDS D. BROWN
—Reorganisation Committee.
WARM PRAISE FOR 0. P. R.
Sensation in
FORMER MINISTER   CHARGES   A
MEMBER  WITH  TAKING  MONEY ILLEGALLY.
Quebec, May 12—There was a sensa-
t.iobal scene tn the Quebec legislature
tonight when Hon. Jean Frevost, the
former administrator of colonisation
in the Gouin government charged
John Hall Kelly, member for Bona-
venture, who is regarded as an aspirant for the portfolio when the present minister, Hon. Charles Devlin,
retires, with having taken money for
the securing the withdrawal of bogus
Settlers from timber limits purchased
by the W. C. Edwards company. Mr.
Kelly demanded that the charge be
put, in writing and this Mr. frevost
consented to do but requested time
for the proposition.
Snow in Paiouse Country.
__o_—
SU inches of wet snow fell in
Washington, between Pullman and
thc Snake river on Wednesday morning. There were four inches on the
river rocks overlooking Wawawai.
The snow soon melted after the sun
came up, and it put a lot of moisture
on the ground
felted the Canadian and he fined the
defendant one hundred dollars and
costs.
Want to get nd of Shah.
Loudan, May 12 -A despatch to the
Times for Tehnran says that the Shah
has been weakened by the action of
tbe powers and has granted all of
their demands. The socialists and
revolutionists are still dissatisfied
and threaten attack, with the obvious desire of getting rid of him altogether.
yet begun work nn tlie balloon, 1 feel
certain that within a few weeks it
will be under way.
"It will be thc largest balloon ever
made, :unl will take nearly ninety
days to make. The stnrt. will probably be made from Governor's Island
and the passage win take three to
four days according to the weather
the bar and after knocking Bylngton
down, put his hand in his pocket and
took out his purse.   Byington picked..        . .      .
up a couple of dollars in silver which   mve °ccn P1"""'"^' the voyage for a
, had rolled out of his pocket and de-1lonK tlme' Ulltl """igb w« !»iw«    not
I manded  that  Saruch give him back
I his money.   Sarach drew a revolver
i and drove Byington out of the place.
; TELLS  STORY OF  POKER GAME.
\    In his own behalf Sarach took the
■ stand and declared that Blschat robbed thc Canadian. He said Blschut
inveigled Byington, who was drunk,
into a game of poker and after stealing a hand of four kings, against
which he vainly tried to get Byington
to bet, he hit the Canadian in the
nose with the handle of a big clasp
knife, knocking him to the floor. Sarach declared thnt Bischat then ran
his hand into Byington's pocket, took
the purse and fled thc place.
Byington wns unable to give anything like a straight account of what
occurred and as between the witnesses, Bischat and Sarach, who were the
only ones present in the place with
tho victim, Judge Mann decided that
Sarach's defense was a fabrication.
Sarach was arrested on a warrant
sworn to by Alphonso Roberto, proprietor of the place. When Snracli
was arrested and brought before justice Mann the next day after the occurrence ho had his right hand wrapped in a bandage on account of badly     skinned   knuckles.   That circum
cn.,.,* .,    -i i' motion was nut by
Clayton and I|BOVernmont iuetalnei
J | came to an abrupt termination , tl;
tin; chitir ami   tin
 llllki^t«ki'   ci
public works by 27, the smallest  mn
jority since 1896.
The story of the Incident Is Inter
esting. When Crocket of Frodcrlctoi
concluded a tive hour reply to Mr
Pugsley, it was anticipated thai Mr
Carvell would speak, next and
Mr. Foster would follow him foi
■ Conservatives. Not feel iuu very on
' thusiastic about having Mr. FofltCJ
| come after him, Mr. Carvell arrangod
Pugaloy
New    Brunswick members, were also
■ int .if their places
A it hi > tin- government has endorsed
.Mi   Pugsley,    in    face of the coovio
tlon b> the New Brunswick court, the
minister's troubles are not yet over.
There    le yet to be brought up the
charge that ho took the funds, of the
province of New     Brunswick for his
owo list-    Mi    Pugsley was not in the
house today
in  the evening Hon   Wm. Pugslej
that! entered the house, from which he bad
the remained away during tho debate and
on-1 was given an ovation by his follow
It Is possible tlmt. I may accompany     ,^ %£ L|b     ,  w|        .,
1^'™a?r..f,!,.ly.t™:.  ! other speaker take his placo. Accord
Instead of a regular passenger basket, we have planned a combination
boat and basket. This will be made
of aluminum and canvas, so thnt if
the balloon gives out we will have a
vessel to resort to. In .the basket
will bc water tanks, We will use the
water ns ballast, and when the water
is drawn off the tanks will be airtight compartments, enabling our car
to float, even though the qeaS break
over it and till it. The hag of the
balloon will be very large with a cap
acity of about 150,000 to lfiO.000 cui
ingly tlie government put up Mr. Tur
geon of Gloucester,  who "indc     tie I know tli
situation one of   complete v.tfnw^-^»| ment to
for his friends by  warmly eulogising
Judge Landry, chairman ol tho com
mission.   Of course he had kind words
too for Mr. Pugsley.
WAITED TOO LONG
This being no reply to Crocket's,
criticism, the opposition awaited Car
veil. But Mr. l'ugsley's solicitor to
whom the minister Iiml left several
I important matters in the commission
ic feet, to carry about four tons   of
'* | er's report to be dealt, with, lost his
head, and  kept nodditm aero
ballast, besides     a large amount of I onam'ber to Mr. F
tin
provisions.   To build and start
balloon will cost about $10,000."
the
rater. Hut the mem |
Appointment.
A report from Fernie received this
week, is to the effect that J. S. T.
Alexander will be made government
agent at Fernie.
REGINA IS CONFIDENT.
Prairie Aggregation of Pioked ups
Hope to Lift Cap.
Quakes in Ecuador.
Four earthquake shocks were felt
In Guayaquil, Ecuador, on Wednesday
Two were slight and ol brlel duration. The others occurred near daylight nnd cau>icd great alarm though
no damage was done.
TRAINMEN MEETING.
Australian   Pressman  Loud   in
Praise of Great Road.    I	
Reginn,     May 12- Tho    Australian j    Reginn,    May    12-The Capital la
press delegates experienced their first' croaso team leaves lor New Westmln-  Momrmrahin   in    llrr/anirfllinn    ia
rain    storm    in Canada today and ster to try to lilt the Minto cup on t m6mll8r8111P   ln   organization   IS
while It materially lnterlerred    with Sunday morning next.  There will bej   now Over  Hundred Thousand.
their enjoyment ol festivities, the fact fllteen players    In  tho party ns lol- ■
that It wus warmly welcomed by the ' lows :     Stevenson,   Munro, Gorman,! °
Kettlcra reconciled them to the moist . Shea, Allen, Warwick, Trayner, Mc-! Columbus, Ohio, May ia -Thc ninth
conditions. There was large attend-. Oregor, Clarke, McDougall, Lalonde,; biennial convention of the National
mice at thc    luncheon tendered them Ross, McLean and Davidson. ; Brotherhood     of    Hallway Trainmen
by the civic authorities and board of | The lineup lor the flrHt game will' opened In Memorial Hull today. The
trade, and this evening they leave lor j not be given out until the morning of Grand Muster W. (I. Lee of Cleveland
Winnipeg, which will be reached early ' the game. Reginn has named Joe I called the 800 delcggtcs to order,
tomorrow morning. Their trip so lar j Lally ol Cornwall lor relerec and will j Announcement ol various commlt-
they liken to a royal progress so en- j not agree to the three men named by, tees wbb made, and adjournment was
thusiastic have been their welcomes ; New Westminster. The Capitals are | taken to this afternoon,
throughout the overland journey. Mr. having two fast workouts each day i There has been n gain ol about two
Mark Cohen of the Dunedid Evening i and will be in the pink of condition; thousand members during the Inst 2
Star, New Zealand, asked to state (or their games with the cupholders. j years The membership Is now 101 -
his Impressions ol the country They have every confidence ol bring 000. The moBt Important utiestion's
through which the party have Jour- ing back the silverware to Regina. to come up nt thc convention ure the
neyod, said : The party will consist of the players,  proposed Increauc  ol  insurance rates
"We desire to place on record   our, the executive and several prominent; umi minM. changes     in the cunstltii-
admlratlon of    the C. P. R. and we business    men and supporters of tlie  ,i,nl
hnve no     hesitation in testifying to team in a     private car attached to
the completeness of its vast organis- train No. 97.
ation,    to the smoothness and com-
Loans Britain an Aeroplane.
London, May 12 -Finding that it
would be unable to obtain a quick
delivery ol a Wright aeroplane, the
war office has accepted an offer of the
Hon. Charles Stuart Rolls to loan
one which he purchased for his own
use. Tests will be made with the acr
oplnne nt Aldershot.
AN ORIENTAL BRUTE.
Commits Assult on a Child four
Years old-
A report received from the Windermere distriet on Friday, is to the ef
feet that it chinaman named Wing,
who hud been employed by Wm.
nimmberlain, has been arrested by
pravincial constable Cameron for
committing an indecent assault an
the youngest child of Mr. Chamberlain, who is only four years old.
It is fortunate that the "Chink."
was arrested and in jail before the
matter wus known, or their would
have been an increase nt one in the
"Celestial's" heaven, or    - —.
Hon. Pulton has Married.
Victoria, May Id—Hon. F. J. Fulton, minister of public works, was
today married to Miss Winifred Dav
le.
her from North Toronto was too old
a campaigner for tlint, ami rested
easily, in a characteristic attitude,
with his chin on bis riulit Mm.id
Iu the painful silence. wliieJi. prevailed someone called "question,"
and the speaker put the question to
the house. Amid the uproarious
laughter of the opposition, Mr. I ar
veil half rose tu apeak, but realising
that in jockeying for position he had
allowed the government, tn he Weatcu.
he sank iu it disconsolate heap intc
his chair.
The debute     liail  t.lie4'i*iw»*^*H^tv	
itself      into  this,   tlmikMiv^,fi.fAV.^*..W.V\
After the incident was over there
was H reference to tlie past debate.
Mr, Foster in reply to a remark of
Mr Fielding, said he was glad to
thc answer nt the govern
ie attack of Mr. Crocket
was to he found in the speech of Mr
Turgeou.
CHOCKETS PLAIN WollDH
"He made a statement thnt was
false anil knew at the time that it
was false," was q comment made by
Mr. Crocket this afternoon in reference to Mr. Pugsley*H statement to
the Now Brunswick legislature that
$180,000 had been paid for the Central
Railway.
Referring to the evidence of George
McAvity, Mr. Crocket rend the statement that there was not a meeting
<>f directors since he became president.
Mr. PugBley had managed the whole
business.
Frdm Mr, Pugsley'a evidence before
tho commission,  Mr.  Crocket quoted
a remark regarding Hon, L, J. Twee-
die,  wnn luul  refused  to pass a  lump '
Bt}m for salary     It   was "He  (Tweert-
le) was extremely    careful ; he    was
heartbreaking at times."
Most serious of all ch'aiges. said
Crqgket, was tlmt     $30,000 had been
riiM&pproprlatod out of tbo $lno,000,
■^ICTr^tite. province was to pay for the
FIRE AT  MAY0OK.
Pour  Million  Feet, of   Lumber
Destroyed.
Additional Locals.
Today ls payday at the C.P.H.
Pete    Matheson     received his new
Ford runabout this week.
Geo. Laurie, the Creston lumberman
was in town Friday.
E. C. Smith was down from his 9t
Mary's ranch on Friday.
A. McDougal and F. C. DeBois    ol
Fernie, were in town Friday.
R. C. Floyd and John Belknnp   of
Seattle were in the city Friday.
W. E. Hale of New Westminster was
in the city Friday.
Chief of Police    Dow was at Werd
nor Friday on official business.
J.  A.  Harvey, K.C., returned Fri
day from attending court at Nelson
A report was received at Cranbrook
early Thursday morning announcing
that all the lumber in the yard of the
Mayook Lumber Co., at Mayook,
was entirely destroyed  by fire.
It is estimated that four million
feet was piled in the yard ready for
shipment, valued at $60,000, whicli
was insured for about $30,000, Arnold
& Roberts, Cranbrook agents, held
$14,000, the balance, .$16,000, being
held by a New York insurance Co.
It is suspected that the tire was the
dastardly act of an incendiary.
No damage was done to the mill or
surrounding buildings, tbe flames be
ing confined to the lumber in the
yard.
No Sunday Baseball.
and Mr. Cooket for the opposition
had made their impeachment, while
not a single member on the govern
ment side had said a real word in de
.once of the minister iu the stocks.
The premier ruse in the chtimber
and seriously surveyed the benches
behind him. There were many empty
places. The whips stayed in the lobbies their allotted time anil the serg
ennt-at-arms went after them. They
tiled in, and the count wns taken. It
showed; for the motion, 90 ; for the
amendment, till.
BEST SHOWING SINCE '90
When the majority of 'l~ for the gov
eminent was announced, which is tbe
hest the conservatives have done
since 1896, their cheers were loud and
long.
While the vote was being taken Mr
Etbier sang a solo, but it fell Hat,
when Mr. Foster called out : "is that
the government's reply ?"
Four ministers were absent : Hon.
Sydney Fisher, Sir Frederick Borden,
Hon. Charles Murphy and Hon. -lac
ques Bureau.
Mr.  Emmcrson and Mr, Todd, two
charge
to which .there  is
absolutely no answer." This charge,
said Crocket, if established, should
be sufficient to put Mr, Pugsley out
of the government.
"1 ask you if any more serious
charge could he made against a pub
lie man? It charges misapproprin-
tnoney " Crocket went for
i to tbe record of l'ugsley's
Baying, "if the commission
all.  it   was on the side     of
oncluded liis speech
tion ot
his proo
evidence,
erred at
leniency."
Mr    Crockot
at   1..UI o'clock.   	
PUGSLEY  BOMB PROOF;
Mr, Turgeou of Glodcester emphasised the respect in which he held
Judgo Landry, but felt compelled to
dissent from the findings of the commission, lie said there has been two
attacks this session by the opposition upon Mr Pugsley, but it was
impossible to damage the reputation
of the minister of public Works, who
was held in high esteem all over the
country.   The vote was then taken.
The evening session was occupied
by tho estimates of the department
of agriculture,
TAKE KEYS PROM ABDUL
BOARD OF ARBITRATION.
Turkish Officers Force Ex Sultan Labor Department acts   in   the
to Disgorge Coal Strike.
Loncion, Muy 12-A special ilespntcli Ottawa,   May   12—Steps  have  been
from Salonika says that Taluet Bey, taken by the department of labor on
vice president of tlie chamber ol dep- tne application ol the workmen   eon
utics, wus sent to arrange with  Al, reined     for the establishment of:   a
dul llainid for the transference of Ins board of    conciliation and investiira-
fortnnc to thc government, succeeded tlon to Inquire i,iu> matters in     dis-
in obtaining the signature of the for pute    between   the    members of the
mer    sultan     for tho withdrawal ,,( Western   Coal Operators associntlo*,
funds from foreign     banks, but  that controlling mines at Tuber. Bellevue,
Now Westminster, May 13—In nns
wer to a deputation which waited on
him in this city yoBtorday promtoi
Mcllride cleclnreil that Sunday base
aot bo toll ^^
Abdul Humid resolutely rotused t.,
deliver up the kevs to two rooms in
the Ylldiz. which hud resisted all ,i
forts at forcible entry.
After Talbot Boy's departure, thc
despatch suys, oftfoora of tho guards,
furious at thc ex-sultan's refusal to
comply with tlm domand, rushed upon
tort of its road and to the urbanity
ol tho officials and employees."
Will Bunt in Rookies.
The Canadlun Pacific railway company received a communication on
Wednesday Ironi Count Bonl de Cast-
elinnc, lormer husband ol Anna Gould
asking thnt arrangements be made
lor guides, etc., lor a hunting trip
after big game in the Rocky mountains the end ol July.
Raise Awnings.
Tho Chicago city council has removed the limit on the height ol women's hitta. They have passed an ordinance to the eflect that all awnings
must he eight leet all Inches abort
sidewalks, bo as to enable women to
wear hate ot any thape or atat that
pleases their lancy.
CUANBROOK RACE MEET.
Luok Continues,
—o	
ball   would     not be toloratou in tins  cumiiij, ,vm, a„u „»„,»„.,, ... 	
The Chicago Ladies Baseball team province.   All other Sunday sports ol  him and lorced him t„ ourrondor   tli
want to play a game in Nelson. Thcy  u commercial nature will bo stopped,  keys without further parley.
might try Crnnbrook .The premier was urgod t,, adopt the	
  Lord's  Day  Observance   Art   but      ll,' | Thara'a   fl   Wnm.n   nn   thc     Rout
Government agent .1. P. Armstrong|decided not to make any promise  t,,1 lttere 8 a  WOman  on m    lieiU
whh at Moyie Friday on official busi- ^^^^^
ness.
this eflect.   Reoont attempts t.<> Intro
lliuii! Sunday baseball in  Nort.li Van
 ' Icouvcr are    responsible lor tho pro
Provincial    constable H. O. Adney nouncomont hy tho premier,
returned Friday from New Westminster.
Chief provincial constable .1. H
McMullen is at Fernie this week attending- court.
1'. Lund of Wardner, (1. (1. .lewell
^^^^^^^^^^^^—^        of llanbtiry, lumbermen, were In the
Entries ure pouring in lor the    big j city Friday,
raco meeting und it Is now un iiBsur
Peace in Newfoundland.
Chicago, May 12 Chicago s in
lire woman is Miss Jessie Su
She Ih a "special" ami has ;
powers,   privileges   and   duties
regular.   Her bent is lm d t
State street dcpurt.nii'lit stores.
Her principle duty will he to
.shoplifters. Miss Sullivan is pr
Htur.      whistb' ami  a
at.
BASEBALL
nnd captured the animal's two cubs
A buffalo and two giraffes have heon
captured by thc eipcdition. Tho party Is still ln camp near Marhaker.
No lurthor cases nf smallpox have developed among tho porters of thc expedition.
No Amerioan Prisoners.
—o—
Paris, May 12—A despatch received
here Irom the American minister to
Morocco says he hus been advisod by
the United States consul at Mogador
that the report that a party ol American tourists had been taken prisoner! by natives near Agidar In the
tooth ol Morocco Is without lounda-
RODBY QUITE) SAFE
St. Johns, May Ml   Results unllollll : w(t|,
reel I,, date   give 211 scuts to Morris g0y,
and 0 l.o Bond. 	
The present  election has killed  for |
ever     the    collleileiutloll srure  which     t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
bus been USOll hy domugogilos for the "
past    forty     years.   It. has nlnii de       \ meeting of     tho C.rnnb
stroyed the last vestige of sectarian   hall club wus hold at tho Crunbr
ism. the    Btrongosl Orange districts hotel Inst, week niul tl„- lollowlng
Wcs. Cllne,    president of the locallhavtng welcomed    n Roman Catholic ncorn elected
A few changes aro expected ,    Hon. Ires   v. A. Rollins
A. U.   Macdonald     of Harvey, Mc- .
Curler  &  Mnedonuld   was at  Fernie I past
Fri,luy on lognl business.
„k I,
llsliing club, wns    busy Friduy over-1 promior
nuuling his tackle and tlclng lenders, lln the oxocutlvo,
lie wil, go llnhlng Sunday next, thou  bably meet ncxl
-III  be  pas
: we shall hoar u lish story.
Purls, May 18 There is no truth in
thc report that Hobby Wulthour, tho I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
American bicyclist, has heon Injured Government agent J. F. Armstrong
In nn accident, Walthour Is in Paris W„H nl fernie Wednesday on official
training for liis forthcoming raco hniBlnesfl. He reports heavy rain
with Darrugon. - storms at Michel and Hosmer. A lien ]
,  : vy wind at Fernie carried away     a '■
Davliltht Saving. [portion of the King Edward hotel.    I
—o— j   The Cameron Bros, ol Mayook who
Montreal, May 13- Vice president wore grrestcd on Thursday on suspi-
McNlcoll of thc C.P.R. considers that I oion of having set on lire lumber in
tho Lewis bill before pnrlinmcnt at > thc Mayook Lumber Co's yard will
Ottawa for haylight saving Is a good ' have a preliminary hearing before
thing. "It's all very simple and It I magistrate Whlmster at Fernie to
should work well," he said. 'day.
The  house will pro
Monday when super,!.
Visiting Pencil Pushers.
Pros -K   II. Small
Vice Pros.   li. .1. McSwoyn
Soc. Treiis   Wm. Matthews.
Ex.    Colli    -las.      Mates.   II.   .1     Mc
Swoyn. w. A. Rollins ami captain ,,l
ench hull team,
Scorer   A. McOowan
Bonnors Ferry will semi a lean,   lo
Winnipeg, May     13   The Australian  try conclusions    with the Cranbrook
unci Now Zealand     (loloiiat.es    to the  tennis on May 24th nnd 2:>t.h.
imperial press conloronce readied the 	
city tliis morning ami will remain in     ., . „ ,  ..   ,.a,.i, ,..    ,,, ,„ ,   ,,     ,
Winnipeg till ll vonlng,   The dele-     ""I*"1  ,l     Slnl"' s '" ,"'   ,        wi
gates  were  taken  lor nn  automobile  «'uva cure my coughs^ and colds.
ride around tho city. Contractor W. E. Worden wns busy -
——  this week excavating the basement of. P
I the proposed new, public school,
I,ill,., Hankheail. Canmore, Coleman
Alta., and Hosmer, H.C. uml their
employees ,,f tho United Mine Workers
,.f America, in, tl„- recommendation'
,,l tlio operators Colin McLood ol Mc-
!,<■",t. Mi , , has boon appointed u
member ,,l the board, F. H. Sherman
,,f Tabor, Alta., bus been nominated
by ih,- employees.
The I,,,aid 1,. investigate differences
betweon tin- Winnipeg Electric Railway nmi its employees lues been cora-
plotod by tlio appointment ,,I Rev. 0.
W. II,,i,l,,n (Rnlph Connor,i Winnipeg
,,n,l W. .1 I'hnstio of Winnipeg represents tin- company ami J. fi. t/-
I oghuc ,,f Ton,in,, the men.
Bullion Competition.
\,lams.  May   12   111  what    is
a point i<> point race lor u
-,l by A   Holland Forbes iho
Qrnylock   ami   North   Adams
■ill,led  lion, there today. The
it   Inn,Hug  nearest   to the  post
iu   Iho   town      soleetod   hy   him
Saved hy the Bel!.
Baltimore,  May  12   In the lust few
omuls ,,l tlio ilnui round of   he 1.1
.uiul imhi I,,for,- the iSurokn Athlet-
club    tonight,   young Corbett '.of
knocked down Harry Scroggs
City  hut   the latter was saved
bell
iled
l',,l
North
known .
cup olio
halloo 111
No, 1 1,
ISO
aoronnu
office 11
ink
1MI1S    til
Donvoi
ol   till,
by th.
Repeal  it   "Bhlloh't Cure will   ul
ays   euro   my   roughs   and   colds."
MS»I> THE PHOBPBCTOR.
I. S (lusty ,,f Fernie. auditor for
... Burns Co., was in town on com-
,pauy business Friday. Pact  2.
TIIK PROSPECTOR,    CRANBROOK,    ll.    c,   SATURDAY,   may  ir,,   iiiiiii.
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G.T.R0GERS
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$5.00
Boots
FOR
Men
♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Are better in value than any
other $ 5-00 boot and equal in
value to any $6.00 boot.
G.  T.   ROGERS
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
jj. Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection w1
Nearest to railroad depot,   Has accotnnio,
/. datlons   for   the   public   unequalled   in "i\\
Oranbrook.
p HOGGARTH & ROLLINS {)
Hut mid Cold Haths Proprietors
Keep   Your live on this Space for l.aiyniny,
in Real Estate
BUY A FEW SHARES IN
GOLDEN ZONE MINING Co., Ltd.
(CAPITAL  $500,000)
Divided Into 2,000,000 Shares at Par Value of 25 Cents
Non-Assessable
FOR SALE AT
Fred. A. Russell
ROYAL HOTEL,       CRANBROOK
SOLE
AGENT
Tri yr.'-v-.s-.."
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EAST   KOOTENAY
(DISTRICT  LOCAL  NEWS)
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DISTRICT  LKDttEK.
riauH fur th* new M« tho dint cliurch
ttr* piihwed at 11 \aw it ltd ontlius
ia«Tf<" buflinest) meeting held on Tiioh-
4*y fveniuR.
11. W. Hwchmer rea.Bi.eil Mio poal
ti'ju ol solicitor lor the Crow'H Neat
I'asB Coal *'". anil W. It. Ilosa M.I',
V., tins b«!n appointed tu till the po«
tuition.
\ football «uni« between Bellevue
and Fernie will be held on the groumln*
ut the Kernie club ul (1.30 this even
iris*. Show your .appreciation of tho
buys by turning nut to the Kiime und
boosting.
There iippeurs to bo u decided trtiimt
nude by the coul company at Corbin
•against nil union in inert., n« the Cor<
r.in Coal und Coke Co. are liiying ofi
all the leaders uf the union men and
lia*f even gone So fa 1 as to ordoi
some of them from the company*.
J101u.es premptorily This U n vcrj
fw*;litsb move, ami only tends t<
bring thc company Into tllacredil and
ill repute with all Union men und wi
*[■•• much surprised that the manage
ment of the company would under
tut. such methods.
MOYIE LEADER
Moyie needs a new .school building,
»i the nn'1 now in use bus outlived
it..- usefulness, it i.- entirely ton
itn.ill to accommodate the children,
nnd besides it is becoming filthy und
i.Hs.mitarv. Attend tlie meeting next
Wednesday     and     agltnte for n new
building.
The early closing movement is giv
in- good satisfaction. All stores in
town now rinse at f! o'clock, with the
exception <>. paydays, Saturdays nnd
evenings before holidays.
The members of the local Masonic
lodge held n socinl session after their
meeting lust Wednesday evening A
luncheon was served, and the wive?
■■if many ol the members were present,
•I, K. Armstrong, government agent
-,|>ent two busy hours in Moyie lust
Von day. He wus here to see about
tfu. starting of the government road
to be built to Kitchener, thc establishing of a nuisance ground for the
town, and to look over the flume
from Campbell creek with a view to
having it continued down Queen's av-
erne,
Antbony Cllrardl, an rtnllan, while
working at tlie concentrator yesterday morning, got caught in some
machinery ami had his forearm frnc
tared   Just    above the wrist     There
were no other injuries
Itev. I'bilip O, Hayman nf the ''res
too English church, wan in Moyie on
Tuesday malting arrangements for
holding weekly meetings here Ho has
t#tn offered und nccepted the use of
tbe Presbyterian church, and will
bold services there every Monday
morning nt h o'clock.
The distance  record   In   wireless tol
/■frupby was established when n stn
tint, in Newfoundland picked up "
tuesm.ee which originated in Austral*
is, 15,000 miles away.
MICHEL REPORTER.
The Coal company bus granted    a
ittisnncc mound to New Michel.   .
New  Michel now appears as u sta-
Uill nil  the new tlltlCCat'd of Lhe C.|'.
It.
A meeting wus held in the Trltcs
Vood Co. store on Sunday, when a
Intuit, inn club wns formed, with the
olio wing ofllcers: linn, president J.
1. Kurd; president, T. B. linker; vice
president, A. .1 McCool; secretary
treasurer, G, H, McKay : executive
niimiittee, Messrs. ft ted nmn, Stewart
ind Must. It. is proposed tn bnld o
olebratloit here on Dominion duy.
Tliere will be a bit wrestling mutch
n Martin's hull on tbe evening of
be 1 Tlh between Olcson nnd Cyclone
\u\.
The Athletic Association grounds
will be put Into shape un Sunday.
All those with weak minds und
itrong     bucks ure invited to attend
nd help on the good work.
The many friends of A. C. Murray
vill be glad ta lertrn that he is ro
uming the milk business on the 15th,
dr. Murray bus been u resident, lienor tho past ten years nnd under-
tnnds tbe wants of tbe public. We
lespeuk for him a larjje share of thc
AMONG THE CRAFT
Rocky Mountain Chapter R.A.M.
held u regular monthly convocation
in the chapter room of the Masonic
Temple on Tuesday evening. There
were a Inrge number of visiting companions from Mnyie and Fort Steele
| tu attendance,
Crnnbrook Lodge A.K. <* A.M. held
uu emergent communication on Tuesday evening in the Masonic temple,
tho Oram! Muster W. K. Houston of
Victoria paid the lodge his regularly
yearly visit. A largo number of the
Craft were present, After the business
of the evening was concluded, the
brethren sat down to a sumptuous
banquet which wns heartily enjoyed
by all.
0 LET UP IN RAILWAY WAR
INKS AUK BKIN<; RUSHED TO
WARD CANADIAN BOUNDARY ■
SINK MILK PROBABLE ROUTE
Columbus  Kails.   May   11    Joe   Rog
is. who is working fifty puck horses
or   tho   rival   lulll mils  nn   the    upper
lathead, was down yesterday nnd
aid there is no sign of any letup by
•ither parly to the contest
He says the roads nre in a fright
ful condition, owing tu the heavy
traffic while the snows are melting.
The mud in many places is a greatet
obstacle than the deep snow on tbe
ridges In addition to. about 200
puck horses many heavy teams are
employed,   while  each   company   has  a
small fleet of boats serving the camp
-m the rivers.
chief engineer Barttett yesterday
recorded plats for 15 miles of loco
tion nloog tho most difficult parts ol
the river for the Milwaukee Thl
company bus a new of engineers on
•very rive mile section between Columbia Palls and the boundary line.
\s soon as one crew finishes it.' sec
in.ii at  this end ot the line it  is push
.1 forward to help the crews ftt dlffl
cult   places.
Tbe Milwaukee Ims 250 men on the
rlvor from the boundary hue south
If) miles and the (licit Northern has
about 300 men on tbe same ice tlon
-it   the  river.
It is understood that McCoy's crew,
Milwaukee men, have been ordered to
survey  a   line  tlirnilB.ll  Nine  Mile I'fiSH
Thin puss is about six miles north of
Kadi-nek canyon, and if satisfactory
nudes can be found will shorten tbe
Milwaukee's line from 12 lu IT, miles
mid L'ive it the only good bridge site
on tbe Flathead rivet between Had
rock canyon anh Klutbeud lake, If
this route is adopted the Milwaukee
probably Will cross the Klutbeud at,
Lulldenberg's point, between the Montana State Roldler's home and Columbia Palls.
METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY, MAY 16.
Services will be held in the Methodist church Sunday next as follows :
In the morning nt 11. The League
will take charge und will take up the
life nnd work of John Wesley.
In the afternoon Sunday School
nnd Bible Classes at .'i.
In the evening a sunt;; service at
7.30.
Tbe League will meet on Tuesday
evening at eight, All are cordially
invited to attend any and all of these
services.
BAPTIST CHURCH
On Sunday, May 16, services will
,e  held   as follows :
In tho morning at 11.
Sabbath School at 3 p.m.
Evening service at 7.30,
Tbe Ordinance nf Believers Baptism
.vill be administered at tbe evening
icrvlce.
Everyone  welcome
ST. IVES AND SHRUBB
Montreal, May 11—Henri St. Ipcs,
he man now regarded as tlie world's
rreatest distance ntnoer, will run in
' 'iiiin,In next Sunday for the first
ime, when his opponent will be Aired Slirultli. the world's champion at
15 miles.
FERNIE'S BRIGADE TESTED.
FIRE DEPARTMENT'S GOOD WORK
SAVED MANY BUILDINGS
,    Fernie. May 11   Tho tire department
-.„.- called out nt 2 o'clock :liis atter-
, toon to extinguish o blaze in a shack
n the rear ,,f P. Burns & Co.'s stall's ,,,i Victorfa nvenue,   The run wns
long one but  tile new teuiu of tiois
attached t,, the hose wagon made
uch L'o,„i tin,,, that the brigade arrived     in time to suv,. th,. building
• ml those adjacent to It, though  thc
nterlor of the structure in which the
■in-    originated wus badly damagod.
i   i> the intention of the city coun-
il to erect a substation in tills portion     oi the town and thc buililingB
being     principally w-,,,,,1, m-a     tlio
lungci ,,| i, lerlous ,•onfliiRiiition
nust bc provided ngalnsl
Tho gencrnl committee ol tho Forn-
,- District Kn,. Hello! fund whicli was
',. have in,'! last nlglil to discuss the
■,-i„,ri of the sub committee on claims
failed to materialise owing to the
number ol othei mcotlngs which were
icing held
C P.R- Mechanics All Get Work
Winnipeg, May 12 It Is stated on
■ollnblc autlintlty thai Iho dlfncuU
ies botween thc V, I' u mnl tholr mo
chnnlcs hn been satisfactorily net
tied All n„- Btrikors will l„- roin
latod, and the old wage schedule ro
'"tr,! nmi practically nil the old
■ on,lit ion,; arc reverted to, 0. II.
Wail, represented thc machinists and
II. II. Vnuglian iii,. company, While
no mention Is made, It is understood
thnt tho men will not be returned to
tholr previous standing on the pen
sion roll
CrUNBROJK DISTRICT.
Cranbrook distriet. is tbe land of
opportunity, und we have but to
point nut the numerous fruit farms
which have been planted during the
past few years.
Homeseekers and Investors are coming In, und when shown these areas
of agricultural land either take up
or purchase them.
There is not a foot of land in the
Kootenay which is not worth more
money than is asked for it.
Thc character nf the soil varies ac-
ciording to location, but it is all good
fnr agricultural or fruit farming.
Now is the best time to look over
the district. Come direct to Oranbrook und you will be shown uk good
if not better farm lands than you
will Hnd in any other section of the
province.
KNIGHTS OP C0LUMBU3
A council of tlie Knights of Colum-
bns was established iu Cranbrook on
Tuesday, A large number of visiting
knights from Spokane, Nelson, Vancouver and eastern points were In the
,-ity participating in the forming of
the council. The affairs terminated
with ii banquet, at the Oranbrook
hotel.
lhe   Kootenay Central   Railway
A mutter of greatest Importance to
the upper Columbia nnd Kootenny
valleys is tlmt of railway construction.
A chartor for the building of this
road lias been in existence for many
years. It is said that tbe 'XP.R.
want to build the road, as u freight
line, that the line when c on,iti lifted
would ennble the company to bundle
full trains of henvy freight, und save
tlie slow and tedious haul over the
mountains ut Field. If this Is true,
why don't thoy build at once.
This Is the only route that, can rc-
 vo the congestion of freight, on tlie
main line. II. will also give tlie C,
I'.il. un outlet to tlie const for their
lliismer eon].
II. begins to look as If the government should have t,, lake bold of the
matter und force tbo company to
build or give up their charter.
PUGSLEY AN HONEST MAN
ItlJSOLUTIONS   IlKFKATICII    BY    A
STRAIGHT I'.UITY VHTF.
JACK   JOHNSON  WHIPPED
Ran Up Against a Press Gang Who
Done Him Up.
Without purse or side bet, minus
seconds nnd shy a referee, witli not n
single sporting editor looking on
mil no money on thc issue among the
sporting fraternity, "Mistah" Johnson, champion prize fighter of the
world, was beaten to a pulp last
Sunday afternoon by two Italian
newsboys at William and Dllane sts.,
ind no person heard if the affair until yesterday.
"Mistah" .Johnson bad been down
to William R. Hearst's office getting
liis picture taken. Mr. Heurst erupts
■ns newspaper from the bowels of the
Ithinclnndcr building, nt William and
lluanc streets. He was aniious to
get Mr. Johnson in numerous poses-
lighting poses- for use in his sporting
pages.
Johnson, with a friend, dropped in
on the Hearst Journal photographers
Sunday afternoon nnd had himself
-hot a number of times. He showed
how he stopped Tommy Burns nnd
how he proposed to stop Jim Jeft-
j lies. He showed numerous poses and
I he photographer was busy for an
hour or more.
; Then Mr. Johnson went down the
1 elevator and stood on the crossing of
! William street admiring himself and
waiting lor bis friend, who bad been
delayed. He occupied more space on
tile crossing and made no effort to
move.
One of the stereotypers of tfie Journal came along and tried to get by
him. In doing so he humped against
him and the negro champion took offence.
The stereotype!- did not know thc
champion. He only knew thnt tills
wus a white man's country and ho
talked buck. The argument began to
grow interesting when two husky Italian newsboys Clinic, along unci joined In. They did not like negroes,
either, and drew no color line.
Johnson made some ugly remarks
to one of Ihe Italian boys and received a blow on the stomach that surprised Iilm, Tlmt young street urchin is not a prize fighter but ho has
learned to take care of himself in cm-
emergencies, and he hit bard and
promptly. At the sume instant the
other boy handed Mr. Johnson one
on tho jaw and In staggering hack
the champion tripped nnd fell buck-
ward.
A third newsy in the Newsboys'
Home raised a window and dropped a
flower pot on the bead of the champion, which cut a nasty gash abut/a
his eye. The two who were with him
on tlie ground kicked him two or
three times and ran just as reinforcements in the shape of the champion's
friend who had been detained upstairs
arrived upon the scene,
Johnson left for Pittsburg that
night, nnd be is appearing in vaudeville there this week, lint Ile is wearing u patch of court plaster over one
eye. Somewhere down on tin, cast,
side tliere nre two Italian hoys and
thoy do nol. know that, they whipped
Jack Johnson, the great black heavy
weli.ht pugilist..
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VINEYARD  HORSE-POWER SrRAMOTOR ^jn—.?
"■"I!*, Oram 4 natlM* V • Ma, IW It* pwaa. -—,^242
TREE SPRAYINO
This shows the H. P. Spramotor nt
work spraying trees. Horse does ull
the work but holding the pole. 4 nozzles at 125 lbs. pressure practically
smoke the tree with spray. All automatic. By horse or hand, operated
and controlled. Number of nozzles
can be arranged to suit size of trees.
The largest tree may be sprayed, for
one or two horses same price. Also
arranged lor vineyards, row crops,
strawberries, graincrops. Nozzles will
not clog. This ad will not upper
again, therelore do it now.
W. O. HEARD
969 King St., London, Ont.
April 7th, 1909.
Repeal   it   "Sliiloh's Cure will   always   cure   my   roughs   and   colds."
The debute on III
Landry commission
of New Brunswick <
whicli serious relli
ou the Ilnn. Win.
,,f public works, tor
afternoon. A dlvl
showed Iin Ltbernls
Mr. Pugsloy ns un 1
Itles, while till i.-i
against such n deei
ment majority wns
■ llndings of the
ns to tlie affairs
ontrnl Railway In
I'tluiiH were made
Pugsloy, minister
minuted Thursday
sion of the house
voted to sustain
onest man iu pol-
nsi-rvatives voted
iinu. The govern-
27
WANTED.
LIVE   ROOKY    MOUNTAIN GOATS
Live Rocky Mountain Goats are
/anted for Zoological purposes, Per-
nits to catch und export these anl-
iiuls will lie IsHiied by the Provincial
utliorlt.les.     address:—
1)11. CECIL FRENCH,
Naturalist.
Washington, D.C.
Are you feeling languid and all run down—is if hard
for you to pull yourself together, and does everything seem too much trouble for you? Are yo j feeling irritable and bad tempered? No wonder if you are.
The months of winter have tried you sorely anil robbed
you of more vitality than your system has been able to replenish. You are in need of a good tonic wheh will revive you
and bring back that old-time vim and energy. PSYCHINEwilldothis.
Mr. James Stoliker, ol Rldgelown, s«ys:-"THERE IS LIFE IN EVERY DOSE.
I cannot speak too highly o( PSYCHINE, tor it Is the greatest medicine I ever used.
I was |ust about 'All in' when I began the treatment, and In 3 months I was as well
is ever. It is a great tonic lor weak and rundown people. There seems to be new
lite in every dose." You cannot do without PSYCHINE at this time ol the year. It
U a necessity and will banish that run-down feeling, languor, etc., nnd give you new
life. Send to DR. T. A. SI.OCUM, Limited, Spadina Ave, Toronto,! lor a sample
in-day, < or purchase a bottle from your m gYgg sjEpga rfTi
ocsl Druggists or Dealer. ■ PJClEroSSW "kFIbIbV^I
PSYCHI NE Is sold everywhere st 50c.  UC5JLB
and $1.00 per bottle. ( THt 6Rf.ATEST OF tl
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Enst Kootenay.
Take notice that Percy Charles Coe
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation shed
foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted 10 chains N ol S.E. corner ol
lot 4142, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence north 30 chains, to point of
commencement.
Tercy Charles Coo, Locator
James William Moore, Agont
Dated April IS, 1909 19
Stock Quotations
As Furnished by
BEALE & 13LWELL, Crallbroo
April 19th
Bid
j Aurora  Consolidated smelters
B. C. Amalgamated Coal .041
FOR SALE
1 BAY MARE AND COLT.
2 DAY MARBM, 2 nnd 4 years old
I CRAY MARE, 5 years old.
These horses are     all     thoroughly
broke.
Wagon nnd harness. One Bog antl
Rush Plow, and n largo number ol
other fanning utensils.
Will sell the whole in one lot lor
WOO.OO.   Apply to
D. BURTON,
Cranbrook, H.C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
left    my   outstanding accounts with
M. A. Macdonald, ul Harvey, McCar-
ter * Macdonald, lor collection.
19 JOHN DEZALL.
B. C. Copper
Canadian Marconi
Canadian Coldficl'ds
Canadian Northwest Oil
Consolidated Smelters
Cranbrook fire Illicit
Diamond Coal
Diamond Veils Oonl
Dominion Copper
International  Coal
Nicola Oonl Minos Ltd
Nipissiug
Nugget Cold Mines
North Star
McGillivriiy Crook Coal
Rambler Cariboo
Royal   Collieries
Society Girl
Sullivan
Woutorn Oil (ord.)
item (Ml 0,„.f|
Vetornn War Scrip
S.75
l.M
.114
.30
77.00
.12,
.66
.04
10,76
.70
.118}
,k, D.C
11109.
Asred
.2,1
.06
0.25
1.76
.05
.35
83.00
1.10
.00
.161
,S6
.67
.041
11.25
1.00
.12
.14
.33
450.011
• 141
.35
.25
.001
1.76
4.on
060.00
Knit  SAM
Cows, Cnlves, Pure tired Borkshlrq
Pigs, Kicks for Sotting, Piirn Plymouth
Hack    Apply, Wells,  Wattsburg.
THE     PROSPECTOR     IS     IIP-TO
DATE IN ITS JOB WORK. GIVE
OS A TRIAL.
m Fagfl   •■_
llll';  fKn.-il'Ki. Tnll.     ru.\Nm;iiiU\,
SATURD VV,    MAY IS
FOR   BALE!   AT THI'
DRUG AMD BOOK STORES
COAL   ANI>   1'K'l'ItOLKIIiM NOTIOK.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Haet Kootenay
Tnko notice tlmt I, Eva Wood Cm nr
of Newmarket, Ontario, married wo-
mnn, Intend tu apply fnr perratsalon
tn purchase tho following described
inuili.: Commencing at a poet planted 80 chains smith of thc southeast
corner ol lot 484, group 1. Kootenny
District, thence north 'to chains,
thence west 4() chains, thenco south
40 chains',    thence east   40 rh/iilis      to
point  of    commencement containing
Kill acres more or lend.
Hva Wood Cane, Locator
Harry Melton, Agent
Dated April 16th, 1M». 18
NOTICE!
Take notice that we intend  lo apply
to the .Superintendent     ot Provincial
dice after thirty dnyH from tlie llrst
CHANiUtOOK;uppoarancu     of this notice, for a re
newal of our licence to sell intoxicating tlquora at the Falls view Hotel,
MarytaVille, II. C.
Dnted May 1st. A.D., 1909. 1S-4
ALLAN & CROWLEY
.\otice is hereby glVOU Hint thirty
t:)ii) days after the first, publication
of this notice 1 intend to apply to
Lhc Ohio! OomtntSStoner ol  Lands and
Works for the district of East Koot-
teuay [of a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described hinds ; Situated cast of and
adjoining J. W. Blakeley's location,
being the northwest corner of G. A.
Walther's location, thence oust 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 8U ehnins, thence north 80
chains to the place of bogtnnlng containing 640 acres more or less.
(J, A. Wnlthors, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that thirty
,<80) days after thc tirst publication
of this notice 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenay for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands : Situated south of
and adjoining Ed. Hurtz'a location,
commencing at a post planted at thc
northeast corner, being Caroline J.
Cunning's northeast corner post,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east SO chains to the place of
beginning containing 640 acres more
or loss.
Caroline  J. Cunning, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay
Take notice that I, George J. Hunter of Pincher Creek. Alberta, occupation banker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing nt a
post planted about three and a hulf
miles north of the International
boundary line and about one and n,
hull miles north east of lot 7841 and
adjacent on tbe eastern boundary to
Henry E. Hyde's and Henry Riviere's
application, being the northwest corner ndjacent to thc south west corner of Arthur O. Kemmis' application, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, to the
point of commencement and containing 040 acres more or less.
George J. Hunter, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 30th. 1909. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John Angus
Fergusson of Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, intend to apply
for permission to purchase tbe following described lands : Commencing
at a post planted nt the S.W. corner
of lot No. Ilia, thence west 20 ehnins
thence north 80 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence south 80 chains to
place of commencement, containing
1.60 acres more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 27th, 1909.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice    that I, Lnuncelot
Bolster of Sturgeon
occupation    doctor
for   permission
E.
Falls, Ontario,
Intend to apply
to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of the International boundui'v
line and about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 and adjacent to the northwest corner of
Henry E. Hyde's application, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
thonce north 80 chains, thence enst
80 chains to tbe point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Launcelot E. Bolster, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located  March 29th, 1909. 16
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that thirty
(30) dnys after tbe llrst publication
of this notice I Intend to apply to
thc Chief Commissioner ol Lands ami
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenny for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated on Akamina
Brook, west nf ami adjoining the
southeast B. C. Land and Oil Co.'s
lands, block 4593 Southeast Kootenny, Commencing nt a post planted
near tbe trail near the forks of Akamina brook ami Vans creek, being the
southeast corner of Ed. Kurtz location, thence west 8(1 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the plnce
of beginning, containing fi-JO ncres,
mote or less.
Ed. Kurtz, Locator.
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dnted April 1st, 1909. 18
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice, that I, Alexander W.
Smith, of Rossland, B. C„ occupation Hotelkeeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at a
post planted about one mile west of
che Flathead river and one mile north
of the International boundary line,
and west of lot 7339, being tbe south
east corner, thence north 80 chains ;
thence west 80 ehnins, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement nnd containing 640 acres more or less.
Alexander W. Smith, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located this 28th day of March,
1909. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Henry Ernest
Hyde of Pincher Creek. Alberta, OC
aupatton hanker, intend to apply foi
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at a
post planted about 3 miles north of
the International boundary line and
about one mile north of the northern
boundary of lot 7841 and about a
quarter of a mile east of the east
bank of Sage Creek, in the Flathead
valley, being the northwest corner
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains to the point
nf commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Henry Ernest Hyde, Locator.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay.
Take notice that T, David Warnock
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, veterinary
surgeon, intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following des
crlbed lands, commencing at a post
planted about 4 miles north of the
International boundary nnd about 2
miles north of lot 7841, nnd adjacent
tn thc northeast corner of George B.
Bolster's application, being tbe south
east corner, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenco east
80 chains, thence south 80 chains tn
the point of commoncemont and containing 640 ncres more or less.
David Warnock, Locator
Oonrgn W. Kerr, Agent
Located March 29th, 1'JOO. 1"
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that sixty days
after date I, George Loyd, civil engineer, Cranbrook, intend making application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner nf Lands ad Works,
('or permission to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at
the N. W. corner of Lot 1591 on the
Bast Hank uf the Kootenay River,
chence east 13 chains more or less,
following the Northern boundary of
Lot 15 to a corner post of Lot 8103,
thence north 20 chains, more or less,
following the west l-oundory of Lot
4102 to bank of Kootenay River;
■hence following Kootenay River in
a South-Westerly direction to place
of beginning, containing 20 acres
more or less.
GEORGE LOYD.
Mated February  19th, 1909. 12
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Enst Kootenny.
Take notice Glut John Cannon of
Cranbrook, It. 0., occupation checker, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post plant
ed nt N.E, corner of lot 8535, thence
east to S. E. coiner of lol 1112,
thence south to north hoiindary of
lot 123, thence west to S.E. corner of
lot 8685, thence north to point of
commencement.
John Caution, Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated  April  15,  1909 19
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Hector Lin-
nell of Oranbrook, B.O., occupation
checker, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following dus
(Tthed lands ; Commencing at a post
planted at tbe N.E. corner of lot
1142, thonco east 10 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence north 30 chains to point of
commencement.
Henry  Hector Linnell,  Locator.
.lames William Moore, Agent
Dated April  15,   1909 19
COAL   AND    PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
(80) days alter the tirst publication
of this notlco 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lauds and
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenny for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands: Situated on Akaminn
brook, east of and adjoining the
Southeast B. C. Land and Oil Co.'s
lands, block 4593 Southeast Kooten
ny : Commencing at a post planted
near the Wagon, and about one half
mile east of said brook, being thc
northeast corner of J. \V. Hlakeney's
location, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence enst 80 chains to
the place of beginning, containing 640
acres more or less.
J, W. Blakonoy, Locator
John^Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
ORANBROOK   LAND  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 the
following described lands : Commencing at a post planted at the south
eust corner of Wm. Tuppcr's pre-emption, No. 1074, thence north 40 ehnins
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the river, thenco following the snid
Moyie river down stream to the place
of commencement containing 80 acres
more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy, Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 22nd, 1909. 18
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Henry Riviere
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation
rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing at a post
planted about three miles north of
the International boundary line and
about one mile north of lot 7841 and
adjacent to the northwest corner of
Henry E. Hyde's application, being
the southwest corner, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the point of commencement, aud
containing 640 ncres more or less.
Henry Riviere, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1.1119. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Distriet of Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, George B. Bolster of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation horse dealer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of the International boundary
line und about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 nnd ndjacent to the north west corner of
Henry E. Hyde's location, being the
south eust corner, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
enst 80 chains, and then south 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
George B. Bolster, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CERTIFICATE OP THE REGISTRATION   OF   AN  EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANY
"Companies Act, 1897"
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the
"Selppel Timber Company" has this
day been registered as an cxtrn-pro-
vlncial 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.
Tlie head office of the company is
situate at Stillwater, .Minnesota.
Thr amount of the capital of tbe
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each,
Tbe bead ofllee of the company in
this province Is situate at the city of
Cranbrook, nnd Alexander IV Macdonald, Darrister-at law, whose address is Oranbrook, B.C, is tho nt
torney for the company. Not em
powered to issue and transfer stork.
The tlmo of the existence of the
Company is thirty years from the
27th day of August, 1906.
The Company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal     ol
ofllee at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia,     this    81st day of March,
one thousand nine hundred and nine,
(L.S.I     S.   Y.   WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint stock Companies,
The object for which this company
bus been established   and   registered
are :—
To do all kinds ot    manufacturing
and trading business; to purchase,
own, hold and dispose of timber and
all tho products ol timber; to carry
on and conduct a general logging,
lumbering and manufacturing busln
ess; to erect, buy and sell saw-mills,
shingle-mills, planing mills, and nil
other mills and factories; to establish, operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, hold, manufacture, sell and deal fn any and all
kinds of goods aud wares, merchandise and personal property of every
character and description; to own,
buy, sell, lease and Improve lands
wherever situate; to build, equip,
and manage water Humes for tbe
transportation of wood, lumber, timber and timber products, and lo do
all such business as may be incidental thereto. 18-4
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.  CRANBROOK LANB DISTRICT
Notlco is hereby niven that 30
I days after date. 1 intend to apply to
I the Honourable, the Chief Commls
Sioner of Lands and Works, fur a lie
ence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described binds
Starting at a post planted at or near
the northeast eornor ol the iiutise
Lameroux claim, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west HO ehnins, thence north BO chains
to the place id commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
0. E. Kuusch, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dateil April Utl),   1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that l, Arthur C. Kern-
mis of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation Barrister, intend to apply to
purchase the following described
lands, commencing at a post planted
.bout 3i miles north of the International boundary line und about 1J
miles north enst of lot 7841 nnd adjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry Riviero and Frederick Porriti's
applications, being the southwest corner, thence north 80 chains, thence
rast 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 ehnins, to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Arthur C. Kemmis, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th. 1909. Jfi
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Mrs. MeFarlane
nf Crnnbrook, occupation married
woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted at the north east corner of
Cooper's pre-emption, thence west 10
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
east to Moyie river, thence following
down stream tn place of commencement.
Mrs.  Sadie J. MeFarlane.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OP KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, George A. Jam-
iesan, of Cranbrook, B, 0„ occupation, undertaker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the N. W. corner ol
lot No. 6424, thence east 40 chains ;
thence north 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains to
place of commencement, containing
80 acres.
George Alexander Jamieson.
Ma.rrh.16, !*»• 12
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
1 Notice Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for conl and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted 200 feet
north of thc southeast corner of lot
1663, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, to thc place of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
S. J. Cotton, Lncntor
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness
Dated April 5th, 1904. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice thnt I, Thomas William
Leask, occupation, mill owner, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
one hundred and sixty acres ol land,
bounded as follows :
Commencing ut a post planted at
thc southoast corner of Lot 843f>, and
theme west 40 chains, thenco south
40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thenco north 40 ehnins.
Thos. W. Leask, Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 2nd, 1409
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
2 Notice Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, fnr a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted one mile
west of John Anderson's northwest
corner post, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence enst 80
bains, thence south 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, mot'p or less.
C. A. Barton, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 7th, 1909. 17
TinOM     THE   PROSPECTOR—THE
PIONEER PAPER OF EAST
KOOTENAY.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay.
Take notlco that I, Frederick Por
rltt of Barrio, Ontario, occupation
gentleman, intend to apply for per
missinn to purchase the following des
crlbed lands, commencing at n post
planted about four miles north of tbe
intornational boundary lino nnd about
2 miles north of lot 7811 and adjacent
tn tho northwest comer of Henry Review's application, being thc south
west corner, thence north 80 chains,
thonce cast 80 ehnins, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 ehnins to
thc point of commencement, nnd containing 640 acres more or less.
Frederick Porritt, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
i  Located March 19th, 1909. K»
NOTICE.
Take notice that l intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, after thirty days from the
tirst appearance of this notice, for n
renewal of my license to sell Intoxicating liquors, under the provisions
of the statutes In that behalf, in the
premises described »s the Wattsburg
hotel, at Wattsburg, B.C.
F. W. KELSALL.
Dated April 28th,  1009. 1*
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
District nf Kootenay.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice   is hereby    given that   30
days after  date 1  intend  to apply   to
tbe Honourable, the Chief Commls
sioner of Lands ami Works, for a 11c-
enco to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described binds
Starting at a post planted at Of
near' the northeast corner of the Neil
McQuarrlo claim, thonce north 80
ehnins, thence east 80 chains, thence
south Nil chains, thence west n« chains
to the place of commencement, containing 040 acres, more or less.
Susan Hows, Locator
John Anderson. Agent
Sntn McAlister.  Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 80
days after date I Intend to apply to
he Honourable, tho chief Commls-
ilonor of Lauds nnd Works, for a lie
ence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following doscrlbod lauds
Starting1 at a poBt planted at the
southeast ciirnei <>f the M. A. Mac
donald claim, thence south KO chains,
thence west so chains, thence north
chains, thence east 80 chains to
the place ol commoncemont, contain
"ng 640 acres more or less.
Elizabeth  McKachlne, Locator.
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
8 Notice is hereby given that 30
dnys after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a He
ence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted one mile
east     of   lrvin Anderson's  northeast
orner post, thence north Ho chains,
ihenee west SO chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ing 040 acres, more or less.
M. A, Macdonald,  Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam  McAlister,  Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
9 Notice Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands.
Starting at a post planted at the
southeast corner o( the M. A. Mac
donald claim, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thenco west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ing 040 acres, more or loss.
Johanna Anderson   Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
10 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date f intend to apply to
the Honourable, the ( hief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, for a. licence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post, planted at or near
one mile east, of the northeast corner
post on tbe lrvin Anderson claim,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Mary Ann Good. Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
District ol Em t K
ttenn.
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;.
Bruce I po
tin
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
11 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted at or
near the northeast corner of the El
iza Good claim, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the place of commencement, containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Sntn McAlister, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Charles PhllllppB, Witness.
Dated March 21th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
II Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a lie
enco to prospect for coal and petrol
cum on the following described lands:
Starting ut a post planted at or near
tbe southeast corner of Mrs. Living
stone's claim, thonco east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ing 640 acres, more or less.
William Anderson, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAlister, Witness.
Dated, April 8th, 1909. 17
Take notice that I.    Wall
MeFarlane of  Cranbrook,  occupation  appearan
merchant, Intend to apply for permis   newn
sion  to    purchase the following des
crlbed lands: Commencing at -• posl
planted   at     the southeast  eornor ol
lot   843.",,     thence     south 7" chains,
thence oust 20 chains,  thence north 30
chains,  thence east 80 chains,  thence
north 4o chains, thence west 40 chains
to placo of commencement.
Walter Bruce MeFarlane.
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 17
.it.'i thirti dam
ffka\ Incial
an ihe llrst
thl*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRIC
District, of  East  Kootenay
Take notici th.
f Halcyon.  B. <
keeper,  intend
Sion to     pui'cha
i, Many Mcintosh
, occupation Hotel
i apply lor p* rims
the following dei
crlbed lands: Commencing at n  post
planted at. about one mile west nl
the Flathead river and one nub' north
of tho International boundary hue,
aud west of lot 7336, helm: the north
east corner, thence south 80 chains,
thence went 80 chains, theuee north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains ti
the point of commencement and mn
talnlng 640 acres more or less
Hurry Mcintosh. Locatoi
George W. Kerr. Al"iii
Located  March 28th.   1909 1"
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
Distriet Ol East Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Thomas Ed
ward Murphy, occupation station
agent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post plant
ed on the north bank ol the IVfoyle
river, opposite the N. K coiner ol
lot No. 8745, thence north 40 cnains,
thence east 20 chains mote or less to
the Moyie river, thence billowing the
meandering of the Moyie river 111
plnce of beginning, containing 8o
acres more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy
II.  Melton. Agont
Dated April 21st,  1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice Is hereby glvon that 80
days from date hereof I intend to ap
ply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Worku
for the District of East Kootenny for
a licence to prospect for coal nnd pet
roleum on the following described
lands on KIsh-e-nnh nn Creek In thi
Flathead Valley: Commencing at n
post planted at the northeast come
being the initial post, adjacent to the
northwest corner of Graham Cruick
-ihank's location, thence south 8d
chains, thence west. 80 chains, thonce
north HO chains, thence east 80 chains
to the point of commencement, con
tuining 6lo acres mon- or less.
James Buchanan,  Locator
James Fisher, Agent
Located  March 27th,   1909,
1'
.ence to sell Intoxlcat
mil' liqift'i'.-* andet* M^ftrotoni of
the -tallies in- tWht^WwUff in the
premises doscrihed as   the * imperta'
Hotel.   Fori   Sleele.   U.   C.    ''*
BEN  VY.^.IiliKS"
iVprll  28.   1909- '..'        18-4
Dated
I'i*
NOTICE       j J
■'•
fuko notice that  I  intend -to apply
the  Superintendent   ofj^rovinciaf*
.iter thirty days frAut tin* tirst
itlceSBr s
ippear
icwal
nee <>l this ii'imi'i
t my license Lo self tfitoxlcaft
Ing liquors, under tho pr,,io*ions nf
tho si.,tiiii-s in that ix'tidls. in the
premises tloscHhsd *.- tin- R.fa/itl hotel
Miyym-llle, It   c\   v '•
II    l.*.-?AWYKH.
IM
li„t,.,l
Anrl^'fltel),;
,'■• '•
Take
u the
I'ollco,
I rat
"• MOTJOK,
tlCO    ti,.,t     I
Huperintencler
ultei thirty
lijicnrnnce ol th
powul ,,t uiv license
ting liquors at the
>, utl,-. It i'
Dutetl April .ind, A 1
wil.1.1 Mil II
NOTICE!.
■,c,.«»i»t.
lajfjr,
. nejtfco,
tujceii
Wyijijlo
i apply
,V IllC'lici
ill,   the.
lor  if
item'
inwiiKiiitp.
f *
!(
Saftvj,'
t$Ht\tt)X*\ '•Vjjfiiil*!,, appi
~.-fiil»<-'iinCoiTdVnt oPrrovlncliI
alter Unity days Irom the pull- . J
i ni this notice i<>r .„ renewal \H
license to sell intoilcutlng li!f'<-.|j
by retctll on the premises ■:,;
u> thc Wlndaoi   Hotel,     ForttVj
( ' i;
uto'l K,,rt  Steeh
II.
Mu:
S   MATHER. '
1st. 1909,   Vtv,
'1
cckc
111,
Po
lie
Ice
cti,
.,1
ray
NOTICE.
otlco that I  intend to apply [
■iuperhitcndent  of   Provincial
ter thirty days from the puli-
ol   this  notice   for  a  renewal
cense to soil Intoxicating li-
v    retail     on    the premises,
s   the   Wasa   Hotel,   Wasa,   H.
NILS  HANSON'.'
Wasa,  May   1st,   1909 tJ.
Take
it   the
irst  appearailC'
[cense   to   scl
hat   1   intend   to  apply.
itendcnt ol  Provincial <
thirty   days   from   tbe
■ of this notice, for   a"
Iqtoxicatine liquors, J
isums of the statutes/.'
m     the premises des-
the pro
it. behalf.
as the Belleview Hotel
lor, H. C. tp commence ot
lav of .lulv, A. D-. 1909.
FRANCIS  E    HANSOM
id  April 22nd,  A.I)..  1909.     1
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COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
CRANBROOK
District of Eu
LAND  DISTRICTS:   $
-,,  L . il
No. 1 Notice it, hereby Rlvon that
days from date hereof I intend to
ply to thn Chief Commissioner ■
Lands and Works and tbe Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District, of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and pet
roleum on the following descrltiod
lands, Commencing at a post planted
about one half mile north of the
western boundary of Henry E. Dodge
location, being the initial post north
west corner, thence south HO ehnins.
thence east 89 chains to the western
boundary of dames Buchanan's location, thence north 80 ehnins, thence
wtirt. M chains to the point of com
mencement, and containing 640 acre-
more or less.
James Sutherland Ohlsholm  Eraser
Locator
Located. April 1st, 1999. 17
George W.  Kerr,  Agent.
Take  notl
Cranbrook,
ductor,
0(sloii to
>   crlbed
f ..planted   at   Uie
lot 7929,   thenc
north  to  tie'
thence      east   -I
■19 chains  to   pi
containing 160
otenay,   fij
deb''
that I, Qe
ok,   occupjution
intend to
purchase
.■md. .Coiufnencing   at  a    pofc, '•
HOjLitheast corner   ipf  \\
%ent  49 chains, trflii j)
pre-emption.
;e Wo
ihvuy
apply for permjiH-.
the following dtth j;
Whitney
chains,
ice of
thence sorit.li
onimememeh
more oi
sorgo Welch,
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m <
nth
«. i'
Dnted April 21. 1909.
less..
Lornior
m
I'tlAI.   AND   PETUOI.KIIM  MiTKlB.  li
Districl of Kust. Kootcnu
:••).
No. 2 Comtncncfnp: at it p,->t planted at the north enst corner, being the
Initial post adjacent to the north
west corner of J. S. (*. Frnser's Incii
tion. thence south so chains, thence
west 80 cluiins, thence north 80 chains Cruickshank's logatl
thence east 80 chains to the point of su chains,    .thence
commencement,     and
acres, more or less.
Normnn S.  Fraser, Locator
George W.  Kerr,  Agent
Located April 1st, 1000.
Notice is. hereby given that * :ta .-'
days from dale, horcol 1 intend to h»'-';
ply t<, thc Ohfel Commissioner [pf'\
Lands and Works and thfl AssistaTnt ■
Commissioner „f Lands and Works"
for tho llisttii-t ,,[ Hast Kootenny for ;
a licence t,, prospect lor coal and pet- j
roleum on the (following described:'•
lands ,,ti Kish-e-neh-ua Creek in ttW'd
Flathead Valley* Commencing at.a ■'•
post planted at the south east cbr.,'-
ner, being the initial post, adjaqjenV;]
to tho northwest', corner of Grafts,"!.:-
n, thence narilT-f
t   80 chains;, ij
containing G40  thence south an chains, thence    essV;
0 ehnins, to point of conimeticemsttt, '■'.
nd containing 640 acres more or lfess. '
.Tames Fisher. Agciijta,'.'
Located March 27th, 1009. Vl?;,'
Henry Edmund Dodge. Lord tor '•':
COAL   AND   PHTROLEUH NOTICE.
District of Kast Kootenny.
I.   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE..
District ol East Kootenay.  '•
COAL   AND
PETROLEUM NOTICE
s hereby
12 Notice is hereby Riven that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a lie
once to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting at a post planted at or near
the northeast, corner of thfl Ellsn
Good claim, thonce south 8ii eliains.
thence east 80 ehnins, thence north 81,
chains, thence west. Kll chains to the
place of commencement, containing
040 ncres morfl or less.
.John Eccles, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent
Charles Phillips, Witness
Dated  Morel, 21l,b,  1909. 17
COAL   AND
District
PETROLEUM NoTU'K
,,f Kast Kootonay
TAKE NOTICE that Frank Watts
nl Wnttahiirg. B.O„ orciipntion lumberman. Intends to apply lor permission tn purchnso tho following described lands:
Commencing ul. u post planted „t
the North  East    corner of Lot 1,244;
thence   South 80 rhni  thence East
20 chains, thenco North 80 chains,
thence west. 20 chains to point, of
commencement, containing 11,0 acres
more or less.
FRANK WATTS.
•Dated March 17th. 1909. 11
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
4 Notice is hereby given thnt :io
days nfler dnte I intend to npply tn
the Honourable], the Chief Commls
sioner nl Lands nnd Works, lor a licence to prospect lor conl nnd petrol
eum on the following described lends
Stuffing at a pnHt planted nenr the
northeast corner ol the Batlsc Lanier
cux clnltn, thonce north 80 ehiilns.
thence enst 80 chains, thence south 80
ehnins, thence west 80 ehnins to the
plnce of commencement, containing
040 ncres, morn or less.
William Good. Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness
Dated April 9th, 1909. IT
Notice Is lieroby given thnl 30
days from dnte hereof I Intend to up
ply lo tin. chlol    Commtsstonor    ol
Lnncls and Works and tbe Assistant
Commissioner ol Lands und Works
lor the District ol Kust Kootenay foi
ii licence to prospect for conl nnd pol
roleum on the I,,Mowing dnscriboil
iincls on Kish e neb nu Creek In tlie
Flnthnad Valley Commencing at n
post planted at I lie south east eoniei
about one fourth oi a mile Oast of the
junction ol Kish e neh-na Creek with
Akamina Creek on the western boundary of Edward Kurtz's locution, bo
Ing the Initial post, thence north 8n
chains, thence west so ehnins, thence
south 80 ehnins, thonco eust 80 chains
tn point nf commoncemont, und con-
t uining r,40 acres, more or Icrr.
Percy  Dunkerley, Locator
.lames Fisher, Agent.
|   Located April 2nd, 1909. 11
Notice is hereby given that 30
days irom elate hereof I intend to apply to the. Chief Commissionei ,,[
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands
for the District of Enst  Iv
licence to prospect for ci
letitn on the followiin
lands on Klsh-e-neb na Or
Flathead Valley : Commencing at c
[lost nt tbe northeast corner, Oeiiu
the initial post adjacent to the soiltl
east corner of Percy Dunkerloy's 'lain
thence south xo chains, thenco wost
no chains to the eastern boundni
Graham Cruickshank's location
thence north 811 chains, thence
40 ehnins to the point nf rninii
menl. containing Mil acres, mor,
n,l Works
itenny for
I ami pet
doscrl I
■k  in    ili,'
nd
Arthur N.
James
April 2nd, I
Skill,
Flshoi
Local,,,
. Agont,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
District of East Kootc
Ilu
, ap
Notice is hereby
days from date hereof I Intend i
ply to the chief Commissioner oi
Lands nnd Works and tho Assistant
Commissi,,ner of Lands and Work,:
for the District of East Ktiotonny foi
a licence to prospect for conl nnd pol
roleum ou I lie following doscrihed
bends on Kish <■ neh nu Creek in' thr
Flathead Valley : Commencing nt i,
post planted on tbe enst. I,anil ol
Tnrnhllll creek, a small creek llowlng
northerly Into Kish e-neh nu creek
Ihout two miles west, ol Edwuril
Kurtz's location, being the Initial
post northwest corner, theuee south
80 chains, thence enst xn chains, and
thence north 80 ehnins, thence west
so chains to point of commencement,
and containing MO ncres mote or less.
Graham Cruickshank, Locator.
James Fisher, Agent
Locatnl March 17th, 1909.
Notice    is    hereby    iriven  that - 30:!
days from date hereof I intend to np-.
ply t,, the chief    Commissioner   -ol
Lnncls    and  Works and  tbe Assistant
OnmmlsBlouflr   ql   Lands   nnd Works-
lor the District  oi Kast  Kootenay. for.
a licence t,, prospect for coal ami peL
roleum   ,,n   thc • following   described'
lands    situated   nn Pass Creek HTat^'
lie;,,I    Valley   South     Kast   Kontemiy'.
at about one and u half miles eatnffilf
lhc point where Pass Creek cnterJTfVjj
I,, Aknminn Creek, being the sbtstM
WOSt comer adjacent to the sjJoMB
cnsl    eoniei-  of N. Whcnlilen's clpinjfl
Initial post.   Th o north 80 chsjiios'.ll
thence cast so chums, thence soiiqF^lo.,
clinlnB, thence west  sa ehnins tiStbi'
point ,,f commencement and conptj,
on- i.in ncros, more or less. (TV
Frod w   t'onway, Lorittm
Ocorge  W    Kerr,   Afeul
Located Apnl 2nd. pioo 5'f
  SU;
COAL   AND   I'KI Klll.lOI.'M  NciTp'fR
li, and  nl  Kast  Kootenay
1^
. hereby given that, 8,1
late hereof I Intend t.jUy"
ehiel    Commissioner, '.fit',
Works nnd  tbo Assistant,
.ncila     A...I    ,t,i..'.i. '.
wKfk»
n Jl foil
i,l
Notice
ays lion,
ply to the
Lands   an
Commissi ■   „f   Lands   And w|
for the District ol Enst  Kootenn
licence |„ prospect for conl andhiet.
U|le;ii.pi.,^ui the following .Icacilbcil!
'mils on (Clsh-o-nob-nn Creek ln,R[«
Flniliea.i 'JVailey : Commencing »t.n
post planted at the south westlfttttV
ner beinij, the initial post, adjpieent
to the northwest corner of DrSftarJ
Crulrkshnsk's location, tlunee north
80'chains,-'thence eust. 8ii chains, -mid
thonco south 80 chains, theuee west
80 rlutins I,, the point of eminence^
menl ancL, containing 640 ueres more
or loss.,'* :. . .'•
Robert Hidden Stewart, LncatoV
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27tb, 1909. rU ^mmimv^mm
THE PHOHt'EUTOU,    CHANURO0K,    D c , aATURDAY,   MAY 15,   19U1
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j4^N N April 1st We decided to take over Hill & Co's stock of
^^ Furniture, Carpets and Rugs. After invoicing the stock we
found it much larger than we anticipated. To reduce the stock
to a satisfactory point we decided to reduce prices, and judging by
the amount of business we have done in this department, we
believe  that OUR prices have been found very satisfactory.
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Mr. Geo. Chapman has charge of this new department, which is located on the second floor formerly occupied by the tailoring department
and stock rooms. He will be glad to meet all his old friends. By courteous attention and thoroughly dependable goods at lowest prices, we
hope to make this department as popular in East Kootenay as are the
other departments in our big store.
If You Require Anything For Your Home, Such as:
Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Iron or Brass Beds, Sideboards,   Buffets,
Lounges, Davenports, China or Music Cabinets, Morris
Chairs,   Rockers,   Easy Chairs, Dining Chairs,
Dining Tables, Writing   Desks, Rattan Goods,
Dressers,   Stands,  Wardrobes,  Carpets
Rugs and Mats.
It Will Pay You Well to Inspect our Stock  Before Buying.
Our stock of Leather Chairs and Lounges is very large and well assorted and
the prices make you feel like buying.
we have   quantity of carpet Remnants and Fringe, from which we can make
mats at very low prices.
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ll you want a delicious
Chocolate try those
Newports ni '.lhe Pnlni,
We have jusl received
a   large   stock   and   ale
Sole Agents for
Cranbrook,
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
GENERALBLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tltm Applied
To Dttggy Whoeli
fiOBNTS   VOU   CANADIAN OYOLB
AND MOTOR GO'S BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
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Livery
We aslt you to call nnd try
our new Consignment of new
and Up-to-date rigs fop
Winter aiid Summer, Jtrnt
received Toppir and Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Give them a trial ii,nti be
convinced.
Phone '17 Oranbrook, B.C.
IOVRII Helps Yon lo Eat
Itecm.se It contains nil the
fttjmuli.ting properties nf
lieef in a concentrated form.
Tills excitei tnftapnetitsStud
nukes you hungry.
BOVRIL Feeds Tou
Heenuse it ronlain* all the
Albumen mnl Fibrin of (he
lieef. These ure the vital
nourishing propetlicn which
make HOVRIL differ so es.
nrtitinlly frotn all oilier pie-
piti alii ins of meat,
Take
BOVRIL
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KSTAItl.tSIIKII    IHW,
A. 13. Grace,
I'I'III.ISIIKK   AND   EDITOR.
Indigestion
. Btomfteh trouble li but a lymptom of, and not
fci iuw.ll a true dilute. We tliiulc of Djlpepiii.
H.*rtburn, and Indigeitlon ai rial dinette.., y«t
(hey aro symptoms only of a cortain specific
Servo sickness—nothing alte.
It was tills fact that Ant correctly lad Dr. Shoop
in tlie creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy-Dr. Shoop'a Restorative. Going direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that attcceu
and favor to Dr. Shoop and hli Restorative, Without that original and highly vital principle, no
luch lasting accomplishment* wen ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr, Shoop'a
Restorative—Tablets or Liquid—and see for vour-
aelf what it can aud will do. Wa tall and cli«r-
lully recommend
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
BEATTIE & ATCHISON.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
Fur a reliable local salesman representing Canada's Oldest and
Greatest Nurseries in Cranbrook and
adjoining; country.
The popularity ol our stock which
is grown on limestone soil, making
our trees and bushes hardier and
lonKcr-livcd than const grown stock,
Is acknowledged by experienced fruit
growers.
We mako a specialty of growing
stock for Hritish Columbia and ship
n carload to that province.
A permanent situation to right
man, with territory reserved.
Pay weekly ; free outfit. Write for
particulars.
Stone & Wellington
KONTHII.I. NIII.HE..IES
TORONTO (INT
(Licensed by 11. 0, Government.)
CITY     LIVERY
and
= EED STABLES
•     II3I.A.NGKB,   PUOPRIETOU
i  those  wanting a swell
turnout give us a call
eve  can please you.
Hay,   Grain,    and   Wood
for Sa'e.
Cranbrook, bc.     Phone !I0
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph 17 Mclean
blUALER IN
All kinds nf Second Hand Goods
Furniture a  SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
age's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
Fhtme am
"Cherry-Blossom."
THR JAPANESE! UIVI! eicicii) liXAMPI.il
It is a proverb of Cherry Blotuora
I.neI   Mint   a   I Illiv Hi,,i,inch in  Hut
basil o| ail strength. Qootl tiuttire is
also ruoognlxed ni ,»f great linportnuoo.
Tin, .lupim,..,. ai u people nro ri'iiutik-
•ble (,,r Hicir health, eiiduriuioe, pit-
tlenoe ami skill.
Tint olinrry treo l„ tho tnoit highly
prized ol nil in Jiipi'in. It not only
gives forth u bc-mitltell blonotn bill Iho
wild oberry nee Inrnlihoa n bark whicli
is mosl highly prized In tnediolno.
""Wild Chcr"i7~l ST'K.ySK
(PtunuaVirfiiniana). ■ PENBATOHY,
 :.      1 wliloll   la   nu
authority on mmliclnea, uftya of tho
properties of thi-* lii nek Cnerrybnrkt
"Uniting with ;i tunic power tlio
property of calming irritation mul
alinlnishliiij narvona p suitability,
Adapted i-i the treat-inent <>( diaoasea
in whicli thoro la il-hility <>f Uio stomach or of ilie sv-iciii." Another authority, KiNrt's Ambikoah I'isitvsa-
TOitY saya, "il gives tone and strength
to lhe system, useful in fever, cough,
and found oxcollRiit In consumption."
Xhla ingredient la only one of several
verv important native, medicinal roots
in l>r. Hurce'a Golden Medical Discovery, This is n remedy which tins enjoyed the public approval for nearly
forty years, nothing new or untried
about it, hus ourod thousands of people
of those chronic, weakening diseases
which are accompanied by a cough,
such as bronchitis and incipient consumption, Mora than tlmt, bv reason
of tlio other Ingredients, Hloodroot,
Mandrake, Golden Seal, and Queen's
root, all ci tho medicinal virtues of
which are Boieutiflcally extracted and
combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures of
dyspepsia awl Ftoinach disorders have
been accomplished.
Nearly forty yarn ago, Dr. Pierce
discovered that chemically pure glyo-
erine of proper strength is a better
solvent and preservative o,' the active
medicinal principles residing in most Of
our indigenous or native medicinal
plants than is alcohol. As its use ia
entirely unobjectionable, while alcohol
is well known when used even ia
small portions, for u protracted period,
to do lasting injury to the human system, especially in the case of delicate
women and children, he decided to
mho chemically pure glycerine instead
of the usually employed alcohol in
tho preparation of his medicines.
He found that the glycerine, besides
being entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic mcdicinnl properties of great
value. Its nutritive properties, Or.
Pierce believes, far surpass those of
cod liver oil, entitling it to favorable
consideration iu all cases of incipient
consumption and other wasting diseases*
It is an invigorating, tonic alterative
and owes its virtues lo Nature's vegetable garden. Or. Pierce is only the
j j scientific gar-
Nature s Garden, den or who
I . I knows how to
combine the plants given us by Nature
to cure our diseases. This preparation is of pleasant, taste, agrees perfectly with rebellious and sensitive
stomachs, and is extremely effective in
restoring tone and vigor to the entire
system. It cures inflammatory troubles
of the stomach as well as indigestion
and dyspepsia arising from weak
stomach. One reason why it. restores
the health of run-down, pale and emaciated people is because it first throws
out the poisons from the blood through
the liver and kidneys. It then begins
its reconstructive work in building up
flesh by first making good, rich, red
blood.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" is
made in a large laboratory, thoroughly
equipped with every soientfflo appliance,
at Buffalo, N, Y. Qualified chemists
are in charge of the laboratory, with
nearly a score of skilled physicians and
surgeons employed to scrutinize, determine and presenile these remedies and
other means of cure as seem best suited
to many thousands of cases of chronio
diseases which come before them for
treatment each year. ItcoBteyou nothing to write to Dr, It. V. Pierce—the
head ol this Institution; nt lluf.alo, N,
Y. and get an accurate medical opinion
in your special case und wholly without
tkarge.
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Good Discount For Cash
artiPiE
STRONG
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SILENT ^S^B, SPEEDY
ALSO SECOND   HAND MACHINHS
FOR SALE)   CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
GEO. P POWELL. Agent
Armstrong Avenue.
PllOTH ifio
OrrtbTDok, n. 0.  this pilgrimage.
Uurront Comments,
It wns a case nt Constantinople of
harem scare 'cm.
Tlio prlco oi ptmco is obedlonco to
law, a large army, uml strong navy.
A good fog whistle would be a hotter lire alarm than ilu- cracked boll
which is now iisod.
A (load issue 'riie grave dlggora ol
New York liuvo recently foi mod aim
ion,
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Tne work committoo is now ready
to commonce work in street andsttlo*
walk Improvements.
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Tlie poulatton oi' Canada is placed
nf 7,0lli),0iiu, an increase of 1,600,000
slnco Hie last consus of, 1901,
Italy Ims bOOtl jarred 818 times hy
earthquakes slnocs December smth.
Must have boon h serious case of
shakes,
siiriihi. defeated Longboat at Montreal Saturday last in a 16 mile raco.
The H.ngl.B.1 runner knew ul) the time
that Longboat was in the race.
Ht, Ives at New York on Saturday
last cinched his title un u Marathon
winner, hy defeating a Held ol thlr
teen runners.
Western members in the house of
commons say the people of the west
"want to help the empire." Yes, and
they want to supply il. with Hour.
The mild weather of the past week
has had Its effect and the creeks and
rivers of the district are rising rapidly-
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Sultan Abdul Hamld's aliened buried treasure may as yet be as famous in Peru us Capt. Kidd's Is along
the Atlantic shore.
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Big us is the Hritish deficit and
huge ns is the budget brought In by
the chancellor, there is no increase of
taxes laid on the necessaries of life
After June I Mnntclair bakers must
deliver their bread in "sealed aseptic
bugs" so that no microbes can get
in.
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Some of these days the people of
this continent will wake up nnd take
hold of the Black Hand without
gloves.
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One point the opposition has not
used against the government, is that
no work has been done on the G.T
P. this spring, that none is being
done, and none iu prospect.
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Immigration to the Kootenays
should be appreciated. Welcome every
settler. Give them thc glad hand.
Sell them what they arc seeking for
ut reasonable prices.
The newspapers want to know who
Is responsible for the high price of
wheat. As far as we can figure it
out we are sure that the farmer has
nothing to do with it, us his wheat
was marketed late lost fall.
The public will learn with surprise
as well as approval thut the miners
of the Crow's Nest have asked for a
board of conciliation to investigate
the points of difference between the
operators and miners.
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"What has Holland done?" asked
Mr. Foster, when Sir Wilfrid announced thut "Hug the machine" Preston
had been transferred from Japan to
Holland as a Canadian trade representative.
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Women in China are not demonstrative in their letters to their husbands
They don't send love'by mall, but
keep it to themselves. This is interesting from the fact that very tew
Chinese women can reail or write.
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Sir Richard Curtwrigut explains
that the reason for the proposed loan
of ten million to the Grand Trunk
Pacific is that tho cost of labor and
construction materials have gone u.f
in the past five years. This is an
explanation which does not explain.-
Nelson News.
The Liberal Association of Vancouver have called upon G, II. Cowan,
M.P., to resign and contest "public
opinion." Why don't the New Brunswick Liberals call upon "Slippery
Bill Pugsley" to resign; In the hitter
ense tliere is reason for it, in the former nothing.
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France is threatened with a revolution, in the meantime, notwithstanding thc   excitement and the apparent
approach of a crisis Paris is as guy
ever, the social season being nt
its height and the boulevards arc
filled with pleasure bunting crowds.
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Mr. Borden's pica that as Canada
is paying nim-tentlis of the cost of
construction of the G.T.P., she should
pay the additional tenth und own the
road, Is a ligitlinato business proposition that, should     appeal to every
zealous nnd loyal Canadian.
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Earl Grey and Sir Wilfrid Laurler
are expected to visit British Columbia this summer. Wc trust that the
tour will be arranged su that the distinguished gentlemen will visit ('ran
brook, the metropolis of southeastern
British Columbia.
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Abdul Humid, the deposed Sultan
of Turkey, is reported as having five
million dollars deposited iu a New
York bunk. As a prisoner of state,
ho won't ho allowed to draw out enough money to purchase his eleven
wives new slimmer outfits.
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Aii English judge declares he hap
never used a telephone, nor road a
Sunday paper, watched a horse race,
ridden iu the tube railway, gambled,
entered a place of amusement, ran
into debt, or borrowed money. He is
a remarkable man to hnve pleaded
guilty to all these ofienses.
It would seem that the Liberal par
ty of British Columbia recognise the
necessity of sending pilgrims to Ottawa, to urge upon the Dominion
government a reconsideration of
their policy of noglcci which has been
manifested towards thlo province.
John Oliver, MP,P. for Delta, J. A.
Macdonald, M.P.P., leader of the opposition, and H. C. Bremstcr, M.P.
P. for Albcrni, have been selected tor
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is the power behind the cock; brings smiles and
gives each one the opportunity to 'make good.'
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
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am.    MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,
ORANBROOK, B.C,
Dr. !•:. W. Connolly
I'llVSIelAN AND BUllOHON
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Barrister, Solicitor, otc,
ORANBROOK, B.C.
C. H   THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, and
Notary Public
Olllco   lii'iil Buildings,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I'hem,. Olllco 105,   Hoaltlonco 101) ' '
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Calgary  Cattle   Co.
Fresh  unci Salted Meats,
Fish   and   Poultry   in  season.
LOTS     OF     FINE     YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
Orders  ' i /J/ii/7 ■ ili mr,     . •    m.
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J, VV.  RUTLEDGE,
MM.V..   V.S.
Graduate    ,,f    Omai'lo    Votorlnory
C'ollogu, Toronto, In Iku.s.
Oaduatoanel Medalist nt MoKllllnVot-
oi'lnarj' C'ollogo, Chicago, III.. In ItlilO
I Hoglfetoi'otl     mombof     ol     l.rlllah
Columbia   Association.
ALL  C.LLS  NICHT i DAY PROMPTLY ATTENOEO TO
McVITTIE K PARKER
P.L.S. & O.K.
ORANBROOK, B.O
J, T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C. Land Surveyor,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I'.O   Box 230.
Plume. 2211.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet ovory Friday tit S p.m
visiting  Brothers Cordially   Invited
P.   W.   Rcves,   W. President
Wm.   Anderson,    Secretary,
Aerie Physician, P. O, Box 'JS.
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I Rocky Mountain Chapter |
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s llognlar meetings:-2nd Tucs- a
3 day in each month at eight •
3   o'clock. 3:
Jt Sojourning Companions are t
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ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd and 4th
Thursday ol each month nt 8 p.m.
sharp.
A.  McCowan, Chicl   Rnngcr.
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
OFFICE   AT   MCUINSTRY'S   LIVERY   B*RN
ORANBROOK, B.C,
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Bollors and Furnace Work it
Specialty.
Cosl uud Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.
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H.   -ff.   DREW,    Proprietor.
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BEATTY
Undertaker,
Kmbaliner,
Funeral Director,
CttANBROOK, B.C.
of tlie Kootenay ('outnil; charters
have linen renewed and subsidies been
granted, but no railway constructed.
The railway cotninfssion might with
advantage look into this matter uud
sec that the rights of the people are
protected.
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The railway commission has sounded thc doom oi' the car lamp by .requiring that only compressed oil gas,
ascetylenc gas, or electricity mny he
used in Canada.
Tolman, tbe Winnipeg Shylock, has
issued orders to his offices tlmt money Is not to be loaned to newspaper
men, lawyers or people connected
with thc police or the courts. He
must think that they nrn poor pay.
OIIANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Kast  Kootenay,  Southern Division
Pound!
On Baker Sheet, one door west
ol Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town thai can make
life worth living,
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,    Manager.
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MAPLE IMF REBEKAH LODGE
Meets every second and fourtl)
Wednesday at new Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlng Rebekahs cordially Invited.
Mrs-F. E. Simpson, Noble Grand
Ada M. Hickenbotham, Secretary
Two farmers on Jim Greek killed H
rattlesnakes in one day.   They ought,
to call that stream Jlmjatn creek.
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A man who was on the jury in    a
recent     murder   ense   in tlie United i
States has become insane.   Probably
be twisted his mind trying to take in
of     the   hypothetical questions 1
asked by the counsel for the defence.
It will take all kinds of hammering
and agitations in the house and committees before thc Kootenay Central
constructed.
Mr. Fielding wants to raise $50,-
000,000.    It seems that a l»ig     debt,
von if incurred to assist in building
the Grand Trunk Pacific has no tor-
or for this governmental financier.
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Supplementary estimates provide
miy $7,001) for public buildings in
Hritish Columbia' No mention hi
made for a public building at Cranbrook,
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i\ rhinoceros tried to charge Roosc
It,  and  the official laxidermist    is
now caring for its hide. These hunt
ng reports make    mighty interesting
reading for Harrinmn, Tillman and
titers who    made the same mistake
of that African rhino.   Spokesman,
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Suys thc Toronto News : "Mr. Pugsley sayH that Evans & Blkin got
$180,000 for the Central Railway. Mr.
Evans swore that he got $130,409.03,
Does the minister charge Mr, (Svami
With perjury, or is he the diplomatist.
Rubber  Dollar   Store
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HANSON AVENUE       •      •
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Wc Buy Everything
HORSES, STOVES, new mid second hand  FURNITURE,   CROCKERY   and   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what wg huvu in stock al prices that
will surprise yon. A visit tn ihe Dollar store will convince you that we have the goods, and can save1 you
fifty per coin on any goods purchased.
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Take   notice    that     I,  Andrew B. j
Grace of Oranbrook, occupation jour- M '
nali'st,     intend to apply for permis j J^
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1)42!), thence west 80    chains,     thence j
south     80    chains,     thence north 80
chains     to  place  ot   commencement,
containing (140 acres more or less.
A.   B,   Grace.   Locator.
Dated April 2lst, 1909. 20
How hard it is to vindicate a public right in this country ! The people
of this district have been fighting for
nearly ten years for the construction
TOWERS FISH BRAND
V\\ WATERPHOOr
iSSSsA    OILED
GARMENTS
are cut on larqe
patterns-designed
lo give the wearer
the utmost comfort
UCHT DUttlli CHAN
o^aSRWOor
Towm Camiian Ct •»•»
TORONTO  CAN
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'HONK ni I'.O  BOX 8
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
: FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand.
RIFE   AUTOMATIC   HYDRAULIC   RAM.
water   ,t;; power i'
louble acting rams pump spring water using impure water as power to operate
them, Runs continuously and automatically, Pumping capacity up to 1,060,000
Gallons per clay.    No wearing  pints except  valves.    1. " ■   i   .     !
em  thc  market.     From   60   to   go    per
Unequalled for IRRIGATION   AND  DOMESTIC   purposes
n   use.
If you   are intcrestsd  write  to or see  hi.  Y.  Parker.
un   engme
,,iii.     developed    under    repeated    tests.
Over  seven thousand TIIK I'ltos PKOTOIt,    CRANHROOK,    ....  (I.,
SATURDAY,   MAY 15,   180.
f*      ■ The Sum. of Certainty "      »^
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THE
SLATER
SHOES
Oooovka* Via.r ^CtWH
II     II    Iin,,'        'I' lit,,, wns     III
town Kriiltey.
ii,,tvt forgo! to-clean up your pro*
The tin' Imi,lies ht'1,1 tholr regular
weekly practice ou Thursday evening.
i'   Kawley ol    Windermere wns at
I the i e,sim,iinlitem Friday.
j ,i. 15 Macdonald ol the Ornnbrook
Cigar Store was at Nelson this week
e,ti company buslnoss.
Born   At Oranbrook,
and Mr
nu    Hut,ii lay
I.   It   rii,,in|,
It H Yule's ,,i tin
,., „l WycllftO, was
;,I,IV
taples Milieu,'
town on Wed
THERE are several makes of Slater shoes,butp.tob5.
The Slater Shoe we sell is the Shoe   stamped;;,
with the Sign of the Slate.   The firm was established in 1869, and from a small beginning the
factory has risen to the topmost rank in the out- ""';.,	
put of shoes in the Canadian market.
IS this not a sure sign of sterling* worth and
merit?   A shoe that will wear, give satisfaction SS
, _ , J. ll   Mr Br Ule Iiiih received in-   ne«
tmd comfort. Another point and an important::,;
one to the purchaser, a standard price, marked
on the sole of each shoe in the sign of the Slate.
Reason these points over ana we only ask you
to call and see our stock ot:
THE SLATER SHOE
Every class leather every shape of foot
PriCas $5.00. $5.60. $6.00. $6.50. and $7. a pair
BURNS BROS
K K.iinest nnd i U Pattto ol 131
kn worn In i«>wn ilm Ing the onrty
pari ol tbe week
Tho baseball boys were runuluji
around  the diamond  Tbuwdnj   oven
I Fertile win
In town Kritliiv conaulttnu with Game
Warden Bates ol t'ranbrnoli
Mm 8 it Morrj loll Thui uln) foi
Red Deer, Alt.. . where nhe will re
•■hir with in'"' hu .bund
Tho Uoard ol Trade ft II hold Its
julni mon thl > mooting nl tho Cran
hotel »'ii Tiu'»i.i\ evonlni ncxi
J   i\  UcBrldo lum receivotl his ne«
Wintei uuiy not bo iiin-.i'iiir.' In thi
lap ol spring but tho old reprobate
i- threatening thai chilling Unpro
1-1 let \  those nigh tin
Tbo Btock ol the ladleo department
ol tho Mill A Co store was moved
t i the   Armstrong  avenue store tint-'
K   Davidson ol Victoria, it   Jamlo
sou ol   Vancouver and .1 McKnlght
of Nelson,  were quests at the ('ran
, brook Friday
Tho amendment of tho Qamo Law
makes it unlawful tn patch bear tn
traps south of the main lino o! the
C P K
THE STORE OF FASHION
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J \ Gillespie, formerly manager
for P, Uurns & Cu. at Cranbrook,
now ol Loinbridge, was shaking
hands with bin many old tlmo friends
this week
WEDDING   PRESENTS.
A large assortment of silver goods and
cut glass from $1.00 to 30.00 just received;
also many new bargains in engagement
rings in a large variety. Prices from $5.00
to $40000.
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DONT FORGET We are specialists at
Opticial work, and already have a long list
of well satisfied customers in Cranbrook and
surrounding district.
THE RAWORTH BROS.
C. P. R. Watch  Inspectors,
Cranbrook,   B. C.
it. H. Short, tlie painter, has pur-
Keep your   dates f,,r the- 24th and   cheesed the     business of  It.  McPhee,
25th ol this month, open lor th. hie   whn will leeive in ,e few days lor thc
e ranbrook race meet Okanagan to ehgngo in other lntsin-
Grant   Belangee     and family   have    >s _
moved t„ Watrous. Sank., where Mr.      w   H   wll80n   who wa8 llt the st.
Belangee will engage In business. Eugme hos,,,tni i,,st week nnd opor-
Frank DcRosler of Jaflray wns   in ntc(1 "n 'or appendicitis, Is reported
the eity Friday. He has one ol     the   ll" Betting along nicely, nnd was teik-
flnest ranches In Southern Kootenay.  m hmm' Wednesday.
He lias  in a     largo acreage of feell ,   _, , ,     , „ .
WliPll( The attention ol local fishermen   is
railed tn a pre,vision of the net    re-
will al-   Bardlng the catching of trout:    "No
trout under six inches In length   nl
Repent It:—"Shlloh's f'u,.
ways cure my coughs and cold.
P O Box 33
Phone 111
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Nature Glorified
By Art.
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is ilio charm that makes
out' Wall Papers so much
'ought aftoi by those
who love the truly beautiful, uml u Ik, delight in
making thoro homes attractive, Wo muke it a
iminl to have the nowesl
and most novel patterns
Call and See
B. H. SHORT
The Painter "and
Decorator
Armstrong Avenue
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   Xo. 0
NTOHT PHONE No. 2St)
R. H. DWYER.
Funeral    Director   and   Km
balmer,  in charge.
lowed to ho caught."
Keep your eyep     nn tlie Cranbrook
Cigar store.   There are big improve
■ merits    being     made, and when eom-
■ pleted it will be one of the finest billiard pallors in the went,
i Ft. Dewar of Fort Steele was in
town Friday, Mr. Dewer is the owner of the famous "Mystery Mine,"   a
'■ copper property situated on Alki
Creek, a tributary to the Ht." Mary's
I river.
MHOR BRAND FLOUR
'makes GOOD  bread'
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STEWART'S 1
The Leading Fruit Store. f
l.KTTUi'K,    CUOUMBEBS, |
ORKEN ONIONS, SPINACH %
CF.t.KI'.V,  ItHUBARB, f
HAZELWOOD ICECREAM, 1
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STEWAHT'S FINE |
CHOCOLATES f
HUGH STEWART I
Francis Edward
Corrison
Itiuiilmastor Oranbrook City Hand
Choirmaster Knox Prosbvlerian
Cliurdi
Lata llutiiltiiiinter Hts Majesty's Uoyrl
W. FuaiHora
TEACHER   OF
Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin
and     Standard     Instruments.
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone Jg3. CRANHROOK. B.C,
CROUP
i Itnpped fn L1» minute*
uf uiili III, stiii.,).'-
niiip    Iti'int'.ly.   One
i.-i wilt Burcly iirovo,
Nn v.miitinu,  i„, ,li--
. A r-.ifu nii'i plautntfsyritp Wc, DruKglata,
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR]
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LOCAL    NEWS
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Basoball is in tin, air
Saturday    is    bargain day ,n Tho
Palm,
Wm. Eioiii'li, ,,i "the Orange" aiumt
Beveral days in Oranbrook this week.
Watch t,,i Kir    oponlnit ,,f Uio now
otoro boslelo tho auditorium
Miss  tluzi'l  l',„,p,.|      s|ii-nt   |,nit   ol
this ivivle nt Mayook.
J   «   RobliiBon was „i Iinl Doot .-H
the fin Iv part ol thin wook
Wlloro  wa«  Oranl k  on Tuooilay
nik'bt whon tho llRlita wont out ?
Hi   Connolly u. nl     Jaltrny    on
Tii,'s,l,iy on prolomlonnl IiuoIiiohh
\   0   Jo«l 1, ol Moylo vm,^ in town
ft'odn lay
V      V    ttahl   |i|   Sltton   wns   III   town
iu Monday
!■'    I   Cournj  "i  I'Viiii,' waa in tllo
,tv Monday,
U   «    Qrlllln ,,i     II:,milt.,n waa in
the city Mondaj
i    tl   Ploycl and 1'   s   Porry ol To
onto, were In town Moudny
J     11    Hl'Vlli' t,l   Villi,',,H\ i'i   wus      in
town Manila)
C   li   t it mil t, ol Chicago wus in tin,
:lty Wednesday
.Miss K   Dtibkoiiug utie! bci hrothor
,re,,,',! yeatorday Irom Blngland attor
i very pleaaaui royago
sn- Wtllrlel i.uiii'ii'i- says that    tho
touso ,'f cotmnonfl will certainly pro
rogue by May 10.
\   Mm.'., president     ,,t tho P'ornlo-
Fort  Stcote Brewing t',,. wns In   tho
city Monday,
I.
Itepcat. It -"Shlloh's Cure will   always   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
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J Y"ii will Iiml our stock ol I'.iii, \ unci Staple
♦ firoccries complete in t\i-v\  respecl : ;i trinl
J order  will  convince   you we  arc  there  with
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IT I'AYH  TO  DO  YOU   ADVERTISING   IN THE PROSPECTOR.
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sold only |,y
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B.C.
WHITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE  CATALOGUE.
Branch Store   413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C.
George Welch,   Selling  Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all   Eastern    B.C.   Business.
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H, Qllmour ol Vancouver, representing the Watrous Bnginc Oo. was
in town Monday,
w K Houston uf Victoria, and K.
Burd ol Vancouver, worn Crnnbrook
visitors Tuesday.
(}. T. McGregor, It. Strachan and
R. McAllister of Moyie, were In town
Tuesday.
A clock Ims more senso than a man.
When it gets all run down It stops
working
The homo seeker and investor are
visitors whom the Cranbrook Board
ii( Trade will he pleased to entertain.
We wander why those forty Liberals did not vote to sustain Mr. Pugsley ?
No big tish stories have come to
band, but local fishermen are catching fairly good baskets.
Paste it in your bat—Cranbrook
district has a large area of tbe finest
fruit bind in the province.
J. R. Keenan of Montreal and W.
H. Portier of Nelson, were in the
city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Henderson and
Mrs. It. Zerbull of Bull River were
Cranbrook  visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Pincher
Creek, were Cranbrook visitors Sunday last.
II. V, Mott of Fernie, correspondent
for the Spokesman-Review passed
through Cranbrook Tuesday on his
way to the coast.
A. B, Fenwick, and It. T. Richardson of Fort Steele were in town on
Tuesday attending the meeting of
Cranbrook Lodge A.F. & A.M.
Stewart is making a specialty of
Tee Cream this season. Try one of
his Ice Cream Soda's or Ice Cream
Sundaes.
P. J. Nolan, 1). McCormick, J. F.
Kane, 0, P. Reilly. J. A. McPhee,
niul R. F. Regan of Calgary were registered at the Cranbrook Monday.
J. Bolton, F. .1. Dorsey, 15. O'Shea,
ft, K. Lee. F. McWilltams, P. Dunn
ami J. A. Lynch of Spokane were
guests nt the Cranbrook Monday.
A. McLean ol Toronto, W. A. Alls-
tie, of Nelson, and J, F. Henderson
of Toronto, were registered at the
Cranbrook   Wednesday,
A spark from a passing locomotive
set the grass on fire north of town
on Thursday. Tbe fire brigade wore
on band to prevent it spreading.
Tbe lacrosse and baseball clubs
should appoint n committee to tip
off the weather man so that the clubs
can get to work and pluy a game or
two,
A. B), Vance of Lothhrldgo, J. Burnt w of Medicine Hat, C. I*, Roll of
Crcston and G. H. Dflane of Nelson,
were guests at the Cranbrook Mon
day.
W. A. Pnrrott or Victoria, K. J.
Cann of Calgary, C. A. Boll of Mon-
were registered at the Cranbrook on
treal and Wm. Carliu of Fort Steele,
Tuesday.
Our new stock of wheels has arrived, and arc now on exhibition. Call
and see them. I repair old hikes and
make them ns good us new. Frank
Dezall, Blacksmith.
In spite of the fact that '.HI Liberals
voted to sustain Mr. Pugsley, there
are independent mon who are pro
nolincod in saying that be should resign
The O.P.R. will reduce the time of
travel from Montreal to Vancouver
to Olghty live hours. The lime of the
Soo Spokane train over the Crow
tine bus also been reduced.
John P. Larson of Fort Steele was
in tbe city on Monday on buslnctis
connected with tlie taking up of n
water right on the Wild Horse Creek
fur placer mining purposes,
Provincial Constable A. O. Adncy
nf Wardner. passed through Ctan
brook Saturday Ins!, having In bis
QhftrgO  .f.  H.  Williams,  recently com
mttted hv stipendiary Magistrate .1.
F. Armstrong to tho New Westtnln
ster insane asylum.
The public schools were opened in
(be curling rink nnd Presbyterian
Sunday School on Monday. Thr:
school trustees are to he cimgratnlat.
ed on their promptness in providing
accommodation lor the pupils as
quickly ns they hnve.
The   U.   S.   Commissioners  at
Woods Hole once locked some lobsters up
in a box and threw the box into the sea.
Two years later it was recovered some
miles away. The ablest of the lobsters was
still alive and well, and the lock (a genuine Yale & Towne Bsonze Padlock) was as
good as new. We sell Yale Padlocks. Many
manufactures have adopted the Yale principle (pin-tumblers), but the only makers of
genuine Yale Locks are The Yale & Towne
Manufacturing Company.
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware Cranbrook, B. C.
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PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers 	
OUR AIM—Is to give thc coinfort-scicker tho fullest sentee
of comfort with the least sense of apparatus—the most satisfying results at the least expense of fuel and of labor, with
freedom from repairs, and a durability equal to the life of the
buildings    in    whleh    the    heating systems  ure  installed
Our Systems of Heating meet these rctitiireraonts exactly.
They are the efficient, silent, reliable servant of the house owner
—an adjunct which does more for the cheer and healthfulness of
home-llfeth an any other material feature or decoration of home
NATURES FERTILIZER
To get the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
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Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our   Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & rO.
Phone 10
P. O. Box 3.
Ham and Bacon
Our smoked moats are always fresh stock. Wo
aro sure that if you try thorn onco yo.; will agree
with us that they aro the best flavored and most
wholesome smoked meats you have over oaten.
P.Woods & Co.
PHONE 5T
P. 0. BOX 154
& 3. Binning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Hale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
No. M.
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"The Best in Town"
For a Cool, Clean Shave,
or a Hair Cut, go to
Bullock&Webster
Tonsorial   Artists
Cranbrook Street
OUR   IUTH   ROOM   IS STRICTLY
UP-TO-DATE
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