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■-       MAR 1'3 1909
Vol. in
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   MARCH jjfc   1909.        W, ./No.H)
M E E T I N G1 Thousand lost
— °— On Canton   River
What the City Dads are| ——
doing for thi welfare r'^H^rJirpr
ut the City ISMKI,
s
EMPHATIC DEFENDED
! WI'.lMiuK       IVll.l.     HA\ I        \       M U |      Muiiul.tl
MllhKKN   St'lUllH.   m ||.|,|\
w .
Vlrlor
ii. v..    March ;)--
ue.nnvil   un   the   I'.,
ii..' Int* nl ciuiHidionhty
.    followlllH    II verlnr
Tho municipal rouneit mid   in the coun
cil chamber on Wednesday ev'ninn. There- jt*.»antei
were    |,r,-.-„i     his Hoi'Hhlp Mayor Flak, Involvlii
and       Aldermen    Kyuil,    Hunt      llendeisun   j ]    il
Raker nnd .liu-ksun. ■' l-''""  '-""I1 on -'  Unwnr
Ilocunlk uf lust   nwelliiH  were nun) and  ,hl'  learner   \kliim Mnru   v\
on     Lion  of aldermen  M lerson  and 111"1'1 tmiiirlit wiih nl lltnifl K
Itvuii wen- adopted m road, '•   'n""  """'   burnwl in  tliu  n
Tlie  rollimiiiK  niinnmnieiiiliin from   tlie   ,l"' "•"""s   ivaehln«  i ,is   .
eit\   suli.-iiui   ivafl   reail: uiitllnu  no ea
T,   M     lli.1i.Mt s.   I'ity   Clerk. «"'   WIOVllIK   lh.
Dear  Sir—With     reference to tliu uucs-   mn uloiia an
tlon uf lorms of ollire of the uciiool trui
teea,  I  have heen  Instructed by  the Hun.      More  than   lOno   i|
eriutemieiii   ,.f  Education   tlmi   an
::::;:: Oath  Administered  Indoors
.:   for First Time Since Andrew Jackson's Second
Term.
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uni'ln-s   vvllii'h  fulliui illllirulty  ill  goltll
.ii'.u.l... Um I'minril  m I'unlii'  Inslrui'lloll I"™'' tl"' i'unlliii.'1'uli
uatli'l' K.-lii-iini-.v 12th, Ifu.H. uml.'!' wcilon   """"' >"■'"■
5,  suosactlnil  of thn   l-lllllle   Si'liunls  Art,!    A   strolla   vviiul   vi
declaring tlmi  tin- lliree n-usiis-s now hi j Inrm- Heat   • "' llnvviu' bonis  inn  moored
Reference in  Inaugural Address  to Roosevelt
Applauded   hy  Great   Gathering
l"'  ""; Sherman Also Sworn In.
oUlco   shrill   continue,   Menses.   Harvey and
Ropery   rotirlmj   in   .lanuary   1010,      and
Mr.  McCnllum rntirItiL[ in It'll. The elections thereafter  in  be proceeded
cordance  with   section  .'tl   nf  ilu
Jolly   n'irls j
...muled I
,iu      I
,111.1        iatiuh-        1)1      Chin.
nbove   the   wind     Stnldi
shrieks,    v   Uhineat"  jrlrl
h(„,i ! river   will,   llaillillu  elollilHH   nmi   ill-'   innii , ini.is      ll.,!-.-,!     ui-,      II,.for...      H„-   |,je;   Heel
11,   ll.  THOMPSON.        could  bmik  looae ii   «\.i- .".ideal   the llo-
I'ttv Solicitor. ■*'""     ",|s   donniod.   These  boats   which
t.'i'iiiiniinn'iitiuiis fi-um if.  I-:. S|)oaksinan
uf Paltfnry, and  Poimld Cameron of Vancouver     te     sewerage, and water system
for  I'rutl brook   was   read,  and  on   mot ion
of   Aldermen   Itynn   and   HonderHon,   were
filed,     ami     th,- dork  Instructed  to acknowledge Uie receipt of samp.
A   [HMiiiui,    f
Tliunula)
.„.l   iiu-i
did   rut   tli.
int..   the   111'.
forced  back
rend,   nuking   fur   linniirial   assist a nee.   W
11    Wilsun   null   C.   STofTuI   were   introduc- |
ed   and   gave  a   brief  description   of what
tllo hand had done in the past, and what '
assistance  was  needed.
Washington. March  I—The    first     chief
to   tho i«xocutlvo   in   take   tin-   uflth   ,,i   olltee   in
the    chamher uf  ih.- aenate  is  711 years
old.  William   Howard   Tuft,   became pro-
sldenl of the United  States tndiiy,
Accompanied   to   tl upilol   through   a
swirl ui' blinding know lj> I'l'eshlenl
Ituosevelt and a ffUlird ol honor, Mr.
[Tail returned to the White lloiiae jual
; us ihe sin, Iwgnn to force iis wny out
I'MU.ir   WOHKS   KKI'oUT through the cloudH.
 _0  A  sudden    blizzard   ^vveufllng    in       from
Th.-  work carried on  in  the Cranbrook   tht! north went lust  night  set   nwrj      the
district   diirinu     Hi-    lineal yoar oudiog pveathur   bureau's  optlmlatle  promise  ,..
l„. city bund was | im Juue aoth,  vJua la described iu the | ™v «l,,d somowhat cooler. cau«etl an nb-
public   works  roport   as  follows i
All   roads.   Hails,   bridges   mid   culverts
were     cleared,      repaired,   holes   flllud   up,
fallen  timber  romoved, and generally lai-
^^^^_^^^^^^__^_ provttl  when-  iieii-ssaiy.
Tli.'     finance   committee then presenn>d      Humps   end   wash.mis   cleaned   and   ri.-
their   report,   nnd   re.urnineiided   that     ac-    paired.     1 ,HU(I    ieel    uf    new    roads    made.
eounta  tu   ihe   nmount   of   S'J.HVJ.iil>      he , -j'e„ luii(>s „f n,.w n,llt| lmi([,. i,, Uumetery
l>aid ;,md  Hospitnl  Creek.
On motion of Aldermen Hunt and .lack- '    llouip built   a,80U   feet   loan   b)   '.'   fool
Hon   tlmt   the   accounts   ,,f   tin-   rink   Mer-   wide.   One new  Howe miss bridge ticrosa
unntil.i t'o.. hn pnid. the mayor not   voi-llJull   River,    One   Howe   truss   spun,   IUU
Ing.—Carried, I feet, with Kit font  troatle approach.
Moved bv   Aldermen   Html   and   .IncUaon]    Th«w   now   bridges   built,   from   UU   feet
1 i ,„"  ami from   la  feet   in  in "mil     w
lindotiuieiil ol 111, ^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Ilie famous oust front of iin- Capitol,
much iu Mr. Tail's chagrin, and threatened fur a time [.> stop the brilliant
pugeiint of ilu- afternoon.
However, a passageway was cleared
along thn centre uf I'ennhylvanin uvenue
and fur nearly Ihree hours I'residen!
Tuft and vice president Sherman received
n passing coutmn which vins replete with
martini splendor and plctiiresipie with
civic display.
DECORATIONH  WKUE  KLAHOItATE.
The decorations, of this great rotirt
Inborato,   grant   cure  having
exercised    to
that     the  accounts  of   the   Water   Supply,!10  ~"  "',M    '"""   """   "'"'"
Electric     Idghl    and      Telephone      Co. be It,H'1   w'dc- ,       .
.   hl    ,,,[,.,.      |,V|m  |im|   |mKul. „0t vol-      provincial   buildings  at   Crnnbrook com-111*11"11   nurmotii   among nil   the eh'iuein
ino 'nnrriMi      "       ' plotod and grotmds sown and fonced.       t Hunting formed a canopy of arch aero
Kopalra were  made     to    the   following   u,° ,,iuir'' width and  length of lh.- com
Moved  by  Aldermen  Hunt  and Jackaon | brklgC8_Uu||     u'iVm. ,irj(iff0i  Popl  Blwhl j lim by jW.i feet.
i,\    was   its   n
dignitaries
imifui-iuoil   ai
Hi
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,-ln
Ul,
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ul
\i    U.iiNiki    K.'.u'li   uui'k   li.,-   .i.i, .. Ij   lull     ii.i I i i ion   Uul ks   u Iiii I.    ., ...    he
ipiipp.il   w iti,   i w..   (4 im i,   mil's, ,,,      , i,,,
.,,,■.l    |„,H,-|'ful    l,\|„        Vi.'".     ill    IIH
iv   iii   pi uie   Hn- city   uf   Honolulu   will be
,1   ,,,
ih-
I... k
Mas drowned in llu> rheeri
ri.lui's which followwl Hn
uiva into the crdwditl elm
sid.-nl and Mr. Tall walk,
down    lh,<   aisle   iu   chair-
lately
Supreme Court
in
Kv>
Hie
isil nnd reuuiiued slam
I'at'l ami Mr. Uooaevnll wi
Hi.- floor of Hi,- chamber u
nomuors of tho illploinatic
•s i^i ihe miprome court, n
nuuse nnd s (te.  the  ndii
Ihe
all
li!    Mr
-.1.    ni
.era ..f Hm
ol Hie
Ihe   nrni)
i'i-   .11 Iu.ukvi   Hhl.l \ l.lii:h  lh   Mil   .'I S
''''        TH t:   MnllltlSHN   IN   M  I ll)\S 1 lllllll
,,       AT  TIIK   VSSI'/KS   11 Kl.H   IS   i I! VN
I1IIOOK.
M..
id
ofllc
Mel'hf
I hern  la
mulshed   visitors,
SHKIi.MAN  AM) 'I'AK'I'  T \ K K OATH.
held il,
i and J7l
.I      I'     Illi
it\   Kiirin
-    ,1,-Iim.te,l
.ok    on    lie
kit
when vice
well uddr,
a  apontaa
Idenl   Ki
which i.
id
us,.-, declared   ihe IHUli  vunuit
id,   '1'urnlag   then   lo   Mr,   HI
t   lights  and ' who   had   I i   escorted   in   .,   pic
I,-   him.   he  iidmlnlHtoreil   lo   los
.r   the  oillh  of ofllee  ami   I timed
Bridge  over   the   Kootenny  river,      Woll     Tl,'s  vaulted  canopy   was composed   of
Creek, Loivls Crock, Hurnt Urldgo Creek,   » "orlei. of panels, and the biinliiiH
ave
Mr. Shorninn, i
.rder   in   specinl
tross, made a Iir
''■ the  ullvgii
I'' ed   in  the
«"' defendant.'
nl Mcl'hei-
"' I Icons,-  ai
c* .,ci i Hi
* fit  of  ihe
in .,„
I it]
of    Hi.-    isl I    .'
I Will        Ull.lMl     Hm
Mcl'he.'    to   n-    el1cctne!.\    even
,],-■ I.u.i  It, i.i    he "ii. .-..■,!
C'otii.-rs   l.umher   i nmpunv.      ''',1"   '''-    "'
troopt
i-  o|   held   uriilicrj
llnrk   .<i   lliinnliilii
I'ltf   nmi    t mu
''"'■"I        i     pl„
nnd   I	
!■    ■ '        L'.lSI       I  -V >.-.-
prppai'ed
III,.    -   ..-I., ,.■!...
id    ii-|   ratliiH     i lie
Co.isl   ..I   the   i-lan.i
.III'
i.;
t n
\lc
siak-
The
Th.- license was is
f ih.' plnintill ami
to recover Sioon 0(1
that the accounts us presented by     the
Onnnce     commit Hi-,    not otherwise dealt
with  be   paid.~Carr.ed. I Mast  Fork'c. k   over  Si.   Mnr.v's rlvm% I «a disposed  as  t ■otluce  Ihe   choc!   of I of  which lies	
A  eoromittoe from   the   Lundbivek  Cool I ai80 Ilt„ni   fork   Ht.   Mury's river. sunken   panels.   The   color   scheme   was  ul    "Two  decades
lieparum-nt" was^'^eied oTmoUoif to I ",,A|T l,Kl'AIMH
the Tire and Police committee with pow-1 Road—Cherry  Coatro-Wn"
•sioit of
er to act.
Tho lifBltli committee reported a cose
of scarlet fever In the post house, hut
nothing)   serious.
Thc finance committee reportiHl that
they lind secured a city pound nt u rent- !
al  Of  $8,B0  per  month.
On motion of Aldermen Jeckson nnd I
Henderson thnt tlm pound ami dog tax |
bylaw he enforced from the 'JOtli of
March.
Moved by Aldermen Ryan and Baker
that lonve in- granted to Introduce by- ■
law  No   89,  being  the  obnoxious    w.-od >
15.0U
Cranbrook-Korl   Steele 1.1T8.V8
Crnnbrook-l'nlmar Hat'       Lit.01)
Cranbrook-l'orry Crook... . 571.88
Cninl.rook-Skookuinrhuck. 188. IQ
Fort   Sti-ole-Holdou           12.00
presaeil   me   with   thn   weltfhl   of
dulv   w.-ll
phi
ls.    w,
llll ill;   .1
1     i. iii.l
.    V     II...
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III.
iljiw,   II
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ili
I
leniiuri||
''"!»"'   Si
iilh
111.
philnLi
n    Mcho
am
•ll    Sl.'.llll
uu
IHI-
veil   while
Wl
.lu.lc.
.1     K
w le '" which  lu- claimed  defendnuta ii«iwd     ti
(Hat   con- |1U4       i,],,,,    •(•[,„   .IhVii.Iui.i-   on   Hm   mho
H""' W    hand   aske.l   for  il   derli.r.i l i Illll        till
plalutin  held  th''  lleeitae  fii   tpiCHllon      ai
^^_^^^^_^^_^_^^^^_^^^^_^^_^^^^_^^^^_^   Ihis   c.iiu     tl.lls       ,,„■     ||,,.  [',',.Hi.-rs  l.malier  I'uiii
tieep cieum  or ecru Hut   which   wns uisufTol,     IhoUuli     tint   in   this cl.umbci   '...v.-   ,ln;tv     i     ,   ....i...       it, .uu,    in,
carried   behind   tlm   two  storied   colonnades   which   encircle   I lie  Court,   forming      a
background    to     He- Horn! decoratioim.
This   effect,   tu^-iher   witli   ffl   Mpllt   yel- ^^_^^^^^_^^^^^_^^^^^_^_
low   and   gold   of      He-  arcade,   mud.-  Uie I well   t pibnlae   Hie   furiner   imr   n\iifi
gvnet'nl scheme cream nnd gold and surv-  ifiiraln the luttar   hut  to have both .'v.-r
^—m^^^^^m—m        I'd as n puller foil  for the more hrilllaul I in  mind.
Port St-ueie-Kniispeli     U0..801rolom at each end  in  Hie decoration    of      "I  um  iiwni" tlmi   Ihe ureal   biinli-ii  is
Port   ateulo-Klilnalo Greek.    02.16  tho     preald "a     bo.\  and  of Ihe umatc Ion y ■ ahouhlers.  nol   mini'   I    <i	
Kart   Sleolo-Wanlnor          0.00 Ltnnd. I however, fail lo realist.  Uml   I   have rtul-
Port   Steele-WIld   Morse...   .     I'l.Uu |    Alan,-  ll insic   stand   n   larue  Irophy   lea   lo  perforin which   nipilre   Indiisiry,  a
Kinsffati-iUir/.on        86.06   0f  American      llnga   was  auafiendnl   if clear  mind  nnd   i  controlled   temper       I
Mnin Wild Morse      26.00   the vaulted ceillntf. shall  strive i norm such ilutliw   with
I'ekiu Sleigh      L0 .001    -n,,,   I)IVaIdent 's   box   was   mosi    orimh'I eotirleay.   impart hilit,\   ami   IniruesH.'
Mt.   Mary    1,7d0,UU   am|   „   very   pleiislng:   feature,    ll    was  al       'I'lmn followed  the HWenrlin<    f iiinnv
Sulllvati-Klmberloy      L0U.00   t|)0  wnst end and projocled nhmil   16 feet   now   s is.
West   Pork St. Mary's ... .    81.001 |„tt) u,Q j,„u m  n  lower level  than   the     This  i-t.-i.-d  vice president   Rhenium
1 gallery,   with  which It   nu id :   "Tl hlef   iusi ic- will   huh   admin
led h.v a High! of broad stops, | later the oiilh nf oflii
'tl..
hundred
.-,..   linidiu
ipronch  b>   -mail  boat.
.       ■  11 !l| 11 g    t ;... li,
-i   uu>   opposition (ruin
il      wh lice    I ni'lii
i   his   wo.k   here     Mill
bylaw.   Snid     bylaw  wnn then  rend     a I Heads, Crnnbrook neighborhood .   ilUO.OO j uom
Or at at, d second time. Trail,  St. Mary's Main      00.00   waH
Moved  hy   Aldormon   Ityand  and  Haker  iJ[Wf' B"."  UlV'"    1(;"',t.'      ri1" '"""''ii     opening  of the  box  with
that leave be granlyd to introduce bylaw   „   "J*-, °     ,'  "tr      a*,0°   Ha  arch   and   columns   of  gold   was flank-
l/toad Supcrinienden,        M7.»5 | Ci|   b>   tw oaii  side curtains  of   rich
j fabric, and  crossed   overhead   h\   so main   nHsontblnjie     Mr
J6.007.011 of |)iH fl.||ow citizens  were galhereil   out-   arm   ol   aeimtor' h
ildo  ihe eapiloi.   Su.   followed   hy all th.
l|M|i[
Ihe   pn-sidillL-    ..Ulcer's   ,1,
Mowed   lu   chief  limtic'  Full
prevent !
No,  00,  being  the early closing bylaw
Said  bylaw   was   then   rend  it   first      nnd
second time.
The council   then   resolved   into n  com-,        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
mitt00  of the      whole   to consider bylaw      JIMMY (lARI)NKU HKI'S  HKCISKIX      ,,i8tl,lK»ished company,  lie pr„c led      to   wall   iii'oiiinl
Hm  portico     of Hi ist   fronl  nnd  llier
(took  the  oath  of ofllee  ami  delivered  hi
idem    [),,„„„
V,  llll    ,
Desouri
I I >     'I'll
'""■'■   "    '    '""'      1 ,.l„
..,,   ll Il.ll.ll   ,1-J
.1 "riiauulu    I'm...     '"",;l1"   '
 I'I" '" 111" 111..
II  limit   Illlll   1
l,,'.'.'„!"','.'.'."'M'.'.!,l,,.i"" ..I-	
  lllllll  II
So.  ilO,  clause by  clnuse.   with   the may- ;  0	
or in  the chnir. i    ii„Ui..m     vi i,   -,    i    .., t.. 	
               . .. ,              .,       ,   j   I1,,sl<>»'  mmv\\ ll-JImmi   (.iirdner     of inaugural  address.   His second   induction ofllelntlue
Thli bylaw wns held in comraHtee,   to  |,owoll    w,m     the decision uwr Mill Me-  Into olllce however   wns iimrred by wen torie n-vm,
Im considered nl some tutur.- d„t.-.             Klnnon  ol   lloston iu one of the fastest ; ,,„.,.     H „,    ,n ' tll(l[  w,,fch pniV(l|  V|i.   .,.(i|.|
Moved by Aldermen  Hunt and [lender- f U0«rouird bmits ever Ht<en in this city at  throiiglioui  lust  night  and  today, in bera ,
son thnt a grant of $10 per month     |>e ■ Hm  Athletic   AHsociaiiun   last   night.   Mc-     To etf.-ci the change in eeromonlos from
untod to  th,- Cranbrook  City  Band No  Klnnon  boxed evenly with  his opponont mm Kmi\  Ktnnd erected along  th.-   easi
• Hie  band  is   maintinm-d  and con- j i"   severnl   rounds,   nut   iu   none   uf   them - front       oi       Hn-       capital        lo Ha
|nonate chamher it   wns  necoasnry   to rusli
gru:
loilK   HM  	
duch-il   to   Hm   BatUfttCtlon   ol   the      city .except  possibly  Hm lllllll  one, did  he huv
OOlinCll.   Said   jfrant   to   be   suhmcl       to   » shad,- the h.-st   ol it.
ill ten, Hon,  review or withdrawal hy tbe	
co  ||        during   Ihe   year   1000,       dalitig
Iron January 1st.  moo, —Curried.
Moved   by   Alder I'ttynn  nnd   Hwiider-
•ion  Hint   council  adjourn.
PDMONTON   ItKTAINS    CI |>.
v am'iii vi:u p.ucvATon
Vancouver,   March   :t-~A   million  dollat
Wl Ii-vtiloi    I
Kdmonion. Murch H—lOd molt ton      took
Hi,-     second  ki   in  the series  for  the
I'll Ketoiiu clip i'i om thn Wlllllipog Sluun-
; rocks by n HCoi*e oi '.i to I. The ice was
Soil hul the gnilio Was the fastest mer
seen  here,   Hold ton nnd   t'rowlej   ninrtvd
fill' Ihe tools. Ilre.-n .Hi,I M-wer lloitlg
', Hie      bulk    ui    the   work   fur   the   visllOM,
oluiiuti through i
a  special
nnil   senate.
When   I'lesidenl    II
were announced m the main door of the
senate chamber, opposllo ihe presiding
oillcec's desk, the auditorium of the up.
gallery.   Th, 	
milllHlml i   H H,    in    ,,    low     lone „„
Mr.   Tafl    rape I   llm   words   in   a   -hu. ,,„
distinct   voice,   When      Im    :il   Insl   kissed „,,
house    th,.   bible   then-   wim   an   oiltbursl   •<(    up- ro
I'lalise.   a   griiNp  nf       In > H hi.'i ff|
ll  nnd   Mr. Tafl   Jusllee.  and president   Tuft   he.au   I I de
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W.  It ■!   i.i   il.r. .'.I.,  will, Illlll IllMrmlwl   ""' '■'"  ""s ' "'' "'"' "i11".'  IwnnllHl
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"'» ■"""",lli    Bt.vornn.mit. Ill ..ill ,,,,  Al.l,Msmn  |u,
.....I....M..   In   lllilkli   iiri'iiil|;i'liii'llt.,   tlmt lll'ii I
nuii'Miii'l   im   Hn' i' iili'ilnii  nl  IiIb Iiin! "
iiiiili'1'l.iil.inr'    llr.  Hi'iiii  Iiiib holiglll mitl    I'"'"'"".    Miiii'Ii     ll-flui'ini  .Via* Ira.
.In. rlilllta nl     Mr. Tllimlloro l.uilitiilii In   "'"' '" BUlK-rltlB  ll'olll n wven, c.lil.  Iiiin
I.,, I.'iih.i ,.1 Hi.' Inland mi' „ siimsiiiil In  'I'"'" "I   '" »" '""'I "i   llni'kn.B-
In. Ill lllii lltilgli Iin.iil nl 81)00,000. Tho  "ll ilium     "''It'll     Hi''  khiH  mil  ImW
itltiin' iIiIn DVaillliK-  Tlia Mini's pliiii     in
l.rni'i'.sl      tn   th.-   rn.itl it   .ni   TlinrMlny
I'ns  nut   lits'ii  i'liiiin.i'il  uml   I In-  liilnranra
in   Hint   tilt'  ntllHlll'H   llllli's.H   is  nut   si'l'lnltn.
.VaathcrcnmlitlntiH, hou'itviii',  t tl x-
piiHtii'i'     ilaniroroiiH, tlnirn is'lnu  tinnilior
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ..I         in  [...inini..   li      Ih
 n  jstnti'il   Unit   tin-  Liny Iiiin |n'in't|i'iill.v   .1.1-
l.niiiliiii,    March   I—Tliu nHRncintioli  of ehlatl in iiiiitIiiinii .. scisnl Hltlt'iicp   at
thn  I'lllllllliri'N   nl   I ilm'Ir.'   i.i   lll.l   niilli'il   llnri'imiiliHi     | |u   ,„,|,.s  „■    1 Lm
kli..;.!,hi    ,.l   II Ililllislnll   I,,.iln.v   nl   itm i 	
annua!    rntiloraiKio iiri' I in ilraw up a i
riiN.iiiiiimi iis.iti imi   wiiiiam ,ii. You don't need a Town Crier liy ""' "*||t|n""' »'«i'11
 "..,« I IthlN  In prohltllly tin' IiohI   llli'tlmtl, piiIIIiih
nnil   I'Mil'i'ssIn,!   Ilu" .      , 1""      I '"  lariiu,'  ri'iip"  ...nl   lltnl'O  H s;
s.ii.i'i.iil.in   Inwniils   tn      .'IliphllHlHli llll.   morltn   uf      your   knriiiiil, l.v iilnnlinii iinl'" I'" 'I'" I'.ll'l""'"
Iniiiiiii'iis     til     atllliiiilteii ytilll' Hpeolal | ol    turiiiuK    ii,.... „„c|.»r iplnwllifl  I.'.'
Inns.' nf IT. y.'iil's ,.. run lull u lilt.' years
nf  Its  llfn,   mil   Mr. IVi'iirl   is illllll'llVorlltg
li iMillA TI'I.ATI-: TAFT.
lull  .... his iissiilnpl Inn uf llm pri<Nlil..|'i.
nf  tin'   Iinl."!   H
cultivation    "i      i.'i.ih iiii.I iilfalln     l.
UUII.   IKIITII. Ill I....... I       ...      II.''  fuel    llml   tlli'.i   nl'n  il""|i
roototl  iiinili'..  mil   itli..ii   Utah   root, thn
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Tin. ...ilj   iv„>  tu niul ml I III..'   '>""" ""' '""-'  I" »l''  '" """"'""    ""'
(..runt) ..I tin' suii is in   fiKiil   n   lurgu "arth, .I.uh i.I.II.iu ... n Iini,i'|>i	
p.irl   ul  Uk' crop mnl   ii'iurii  tin' iniiii.iri' ''"
I., ih.. I I    It  illinium rami  Imil.     I'rnijaiil..   „w tno.l  r   »..,   in liulhl
III.- liaxl   lu'sl   llllllH  is tn pl.m    l-'i'llii'   up   ,1   HoritOUl   .ml   al    Ii.ii'ii\,.r.l    i
I'.'ups  Hl'iilvii     lot-    III,-    pur|..is..      Tli.'. '.' is     ptaullful  is tu i'i,.' il   .......is.'
Ntinulil   hn ilis'p  pluivlnc.   Inn   uu   sillisiul-, uf      tr..iiiin.
Mill    III II In M.-
Tl I'   ...:...>■.. ii    illiius
... ini,i,..I   ir   i'l'iinhi'iiiil    i ,i
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mil     i ■■■
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mil- lit'ltuuilnnus rl'iifiH hIiiiiiIiI Iir mullu
lur llm iiiti'"i(.'ii liiny lii-sli.il up,iii tin'
"nil.
MllHl    hiiIIh,   IIVllll    H'll.'ll    H'r.V    pOOt'i        US
ii ai'iii'riil tiling, contain plenty of plant
loinl   nxcppl   ultrii,|..ii.   Ui.n.tfli   soniall s
.illii'i' ..Inn.mils iiru  In.islliu.   Tin.  i.'Miiii'
 st     in> Inijirovisl tu uii'i'..i  f.'rtiiity
mnl ilium (imil ..mi huniiiH miilisi. Tlllnot.
arnwH .1 wr,.|it Wny tutvarilH liiipro.'ln«
toxturu, Inn this iilonii i.. nut iiiioiihIi.
Iluiuns tuiiHl   ls< nihlisl.  mi.I   ...  .I..ill..    '."
plant     iii...i is inlilril  km,: lln. Hull
innl'ii imi'iui'iil.l,' In nil   .....I H'lllar.
lllltllllH In Nlippli...!   In  II ill.      Inn.
Allll'l'll
Illi: (II1KF1N    IS    III'lTTI'lll.
snlen.   A  Htt-nlnlit ntury told  In     n
Htrnlllllt      way    tn till! I't'llill'I'M nf tlm
I Prospector will iiuitilily ronoh tlm ciira
"■ii I'liip'.
I'liiirii
lltlrtl,
which
—i—— lol the tliniinlitiiii, Intolligont, buyingI..„,«    durinu    ivhirii nmi' thuii	
I ...ii.Inn   March   I   imiiiu tn the     mil.' public, tlm pimple who linvc tho mon-  thnl'otmhli ...■!,.-. ,„i,- i     in,I i li
provnlllnu, n.nr ll haliiitil. Ivlna lialwnl'il  t-y hi     tholr pnckctii, nnd llm pfloPlo  ,t,.,.„v ,UI{|  L„.  ,.,„,, .,,„    \      ,i„
Iiiih pi.Hlp .1 IiIh ili'iuirliii'i' for ninrrlt/..  who IIhIoii     tn million ami nut liulna.   s,„| ',,,',,|, „,„. .,,"",. , |,i,.,„i,i,.  ,,.,.,.1,11,1,
t,t 11 Alt'* nt wh" iw .v 'un.   I' I Our liuokn will »li„w y.ni 11 lint ol the  iniillt<r  i  Innii In ler   win.  Uio   tun.
>">"'"''".' "' '""'  I "' ' "'   "Imi ,.l   pc.il>!''     you appeal In.   Cull   „, ,,„„„ ,,, ,,„; ..,11   ,,,|., „, , ler.  «li
''■"' l.n.1 11.* tlieti, nt thla olBee. '„,,,,,     ,,„„„„,   ,,.,„.' ,„„„„„„,„„   ,,„.■ ,,„.
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Innii   null   tlinin   mnl   in....'.,   nil   II...      m.i.   mm..11'    II < led   >'„al    11.11
lire   III.is   pi'iiilni'iil   I,,     111..   1.111,1       lliuii,   illlolll   Kill	
ful'lilllli;  jmrnilts  surli  11   sjsl   he fill        ll   ,     no '".I   Iiiiii   Uii'   I'    I'    II        ''
Iiuii'il.      mnl       tlim-   lype  ul   farinllln   lilllhl     ■'     Imr'-  new   lil'lrl     'hlim  Nil,
lilltlds   up   Inini   "11   i|Hli'kh  I   mil,I'-,   ll."   |ii, -mil    I'lUOidliullNe
r.'.itessnr    ll      .1,    Splllinn..,    nm' Illll'.
isi, 1.1 .'li.ii'K.' ,.( farm intinnac .- r.i\s'l Ml 1 I iiin MIIOI'H    l"    III    1
vi.Nllitl.liu.is.       In I   MUi'm   Inin.1111       in
plant    liuluslrv,   ".il"   .ninth.-r   type   llml
Ulli'H  iplirl,   rmiiill. <i"ii    irrefl.
so.11   uf   1 lire ri'iips  fur   Im,'."    I p the '
li'iuN un  llii'im ihisIhi'i'S nnd  l'""l   ili'in  11 ""'l'   eipiippeil
fourth in n linll rnllon nl Krnln. I.. .....I-   "'"' ""' "'
din  Inlll.1.1.'"  Hie I..11.ui 1.m  Nislmn  is nil.'"" '"'■'    '""
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...      11,11. li    11
11pt1.fl tn this ly|in nf flirtlllllH l.riiii r
enough Mr the pig. ...1 purl 1.1 llm ,11
HriM'liif, elthel  rnivpeiiH  or .'.'iii....... .'In
...  r.y. ." ."... yfarl)   ,. up
tillt.v   Tlm  I'm I. 1   rro|iH  Iuinish 1
dm- ui    III" I.i
iti'i'l
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«...        I.lllk ■,  I.    Ill"      ',1    I       II     MU
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innrii      il..|.r,,ii.,i    ii-i   ..    . I.,,1 I   ..1   ..II
rreal 1 .-,, I, .11  ,,11 lm  1-
Hli.lt   "    11.iiii.il,   Uu.   Mm,
llll.Mlll  nl     I II HU
        llll       Ml U."        I I  I
111  Un  purlin   1.1   in.   < 1 1,   I.,it."  uu
Mm,ilm   1."   un'  puri    mint.Inn
Uii'   It I  ul   I i'i'i.    1     1     Slml Ill,
l'l I   I Il'lll I'- ,1      It       II I     ■■      Ml.'
I I.'I I Illlll    I'      II       IU. Kill lull
, r....... 1.. 1        I In.    .',.-. nn il 1
hisis 1.1   M s   1.     I    lluiim,    .1    '.    M'
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II I II,Hill,I	
Iluu    III
nller  ll...
now either
nil   II..'   lull..
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IIATK IN  ITS .lull WllllK   IIIVI'l
US A TR1AU
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III ..  1.1,  1  '  .    II	
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cine ■   ilu   ili.    11    I"   1	
nl   :.'.'     I.     n   .■   I...II.-1.■I   Unit
il
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THE   PKOSPKCTOH   UBANBBOOK,    B,    C,    MAUCFI   li,
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A Conservative policy
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NURSING   BOTTLES
RUBBER   TEATS
COMFORTERS
mm
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liulil.
CRANBROOK
I The  UP-TO-DATE   DRUGGISTS |
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ABATTOIR ANJ COLO STORAGE
Fresh and  Cured Meats
RutliT,   Ky^s,   I'.iultrv,   II,i\   .uui  Cniin.
Try Our Boiled Ham
i', ii. iion
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
Hiuul Office, Muni Ollii'i' lor East Kmiti'ltiiy,
OiilKiiry, All.urt.il. Cl'iililiriinlt.  H.  C.
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
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iHam and Bacon!
11,. ..,.. ■ i....■ .■.,     \\,.
UI'l!     SlU'O    tlllll     'll ' .I'J l'l'"-
Willi , .    .      .iluI      IllllKl
111 (fl^^H^^^^I^^HBi 11 < -11
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Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   and Salted Moats,
Fish  niul   Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF     FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST  ARRIVED
Oriler.i       Wail will receive prompt attention.
Order  by   Phone,  45.
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NORTH     STAR
HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,
B.C.
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H.   w.   Dkew,   Proprietor.
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I Pound!
On Baker Street, one door west
..I Messrs. I [ill .v Co., the only
place iii town that can make
ilf worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
BUILDERS
AMI
CONTRACTORS
ns, Spccilicatuiii
mil listimates
. FURIIISHED ON APPLICATION
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Ropuiriuu
and
Vriias
ng'       Dyoine;  and   Cleaning.
C.
FARRANT
Successor to L. Colin
Cran
brooK's
Up-to-date Tailor,
ARMSTRONG
AVE.
CRANBROOK,    B.C.
Ii.'i'   uml."   your
In. |inyht|| linns
/ll'llllttUH   li>   I'lllilir   111-111111111.-.   -.in-li   it.   lln
mrii".    lmrl.li    'liuii'ln-,   nnil   I'lltirllJ     Illll
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K   ll   your   I own   I.  i I    Ui'li   I"  Imil    II     is    l| I    -il. "I'll    III    <|lllllll      J   III
II   111.-  Iiiiiii   rili/im   imil »>..   Ii    ill
UHlrj     Hi- ,<  rltl/un;  ynil  mil   t   11
in    Ilium   I"in       I'lililliiKilii   I    i<i|..li.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Iin.  iri'iulil    I'll.. ..nl .ii-..-    in   nun     nun
Mt. 0.  D. Colwell, ol Wnlkcrvlllo,  "'""'' ' ]'" "'" "■»'>"»>  ''"    '>"
Om., w»s stricken down with La Grippe  '"'    ,,,,    , ' „"'. ''"'! .    ''""^'""'""
J..-..... 1       "I      hlllrlH,    | a,    iii'-l-nl)
ililik   .'...11-    r,itlni
♦ What La Grippe
I Did.
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John    LEASK
The most fashionable and
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR,
Cranbrook b.c.
 Ja
lllllll anil il led Illlll In very hail con
dltlon    He snys : " I was nil run iliiwn ■        i.nni'i
_. and bordering on Consumption.   I could   liu'kuiN, .1 \.
PHI1NF   *i\ P   (1    Rill   ISa • P"" ^■■'•'f " nlahts, had awful sweats,   "*''■■ "'"" "'" ''iiiiilniiiii' Inn
™UIU  *' r' u'  BU*  IM S  imi ouuhed nearly (he whole time.  This     '- ^ »" »  '	
******************************************** | is Inn.-1 tins when I began lo lake I'SV- i»i     >«m .uul ym
CHINE, in it low nervous slate; but from   i"'1   ","'" >""   'vl1"'
I .lie first battle I begun m Improve.    It |is " infiini wwi" -i" iiniuiul
lid marve.s For me and brought me hack 	
iiiiiii.   mil
.1 .M'l II
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| in hcnllll in no time, making a new i
Johnson at Honolulu
fPATMORE   BROS
Heating   a
Engineers
J !  ii me II Iiiiii.      tlitri'li
♦ '    " Ii (unifies the body against Hie at   fit I""" 1'i.itlll".   "i
♦ ' acks ol U Grippe and is n sure proven, i limi' i.»i.i>  I"'""
♦ | lailvc.   I «i».y. .»«•> PSYCHINE if I I A 'ul     ul"
Heating   and   Plumbing * j %\^^>* 'n M*" " " '
OUR    AIM    l«  I"
i.l   t'liltlflll'l    illlll   till'   li'llsl   •' '      I I ".HI
Mill/  IVHlllla Ill  III''  li'ltnl    i'X|l.'l
i i,,„, nmi. I't'imii  ■     tlilllty i'i|ti : Hi"
Imllilliiu      In l i.-inlli'il
Illll'   Sti-li'ln-   "I    III Illlll
Th.'. iiin  -I., ." i I, ,,i ...     i
I ii'h I  .villa*] ..-.'
I I"||',l> Illll '. illlirI' innt' i	
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PSYCHINE lours the system and keeps
.Iir body in good physical condition.   Nn j "'   '
inie   iiiii iiii.n,I  iii he willliiilt il.    All '"' "
I rug i its  iii il  Stores sell »l  Sllc uud "'"''
$l,t ii.   Send in  UK. i. A. SI.OCUM,    ."'
Limited, S|iit.iinu  Ave., Toronto, inr n 'h
i KI Al. I Ki li, "li  '■
nl   I i   Hu
i  H,,ii   lu'  '.I..
r. r  C mln.   Cold., Throat. Limit  i,,.i  ..i   sri.niin   .lulu .'« i"'    »"'
mnl Slomach Trouble tske P./chllte. i imji,   , .,,  ,,,  svimi    ll l'l	
ii...   MisLiitl    i"''1"   "■
lu. i, uyl i   Inn i """i i	
,„     ii„. n i  Imil'.  ui   Mnllmiirni'
Ail.'lnlili'  mi   Hi"    '   li" uuitli
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f mi iiWAii'iini iniiiriiiiiiHiAuiiAiiiiiNHiiiij ''"';";'!"" A'1"'""1"
'       " ~ —* -       '   ..w»*r.-."-'"'wrf     JUKI    Ih-ImIi.   '.illll,.,(.
Rubber  Dollar   Store
C, VV, VANWOKMIi-n, I'lliil'Kli'.Ttiu
HANSON AVENUE       CBANBROOK, B.C.
Wc Buy llvcrylliinn
HOIiSIOS, STOVES, now mid Ronond hand  KURNI-
Ti:i;|i;,   CROCiKRin'   and   WI5AI.INC1    APPAREL
WIE SELL wlial wo havn In slock al. prices thai
will mii'iirUi' yon, i\ tisii in ilm Dollar stovo will oon.
vlnco ynii iiiiii wi' I iii \i ■ llii' goods, iiiiiI c.iiii wivti you
IIl'ly pop "rill mi any yoodH iiuroliiisod,
We lliiv and Sell For (lash
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HILL & COMPANY
Cranbrook's        Greatest        Store.
The well dressed man wears 20th Century Clothing'.
We are the Agents for this Celebrated Brand of Clothing.
We can supply you with a suit from $18.00 to $35.00.
We have the very latest styles in Overcoats from $18.00 to $35.00
"QUALITY"
"QUALITY"
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We are offering exceptional bargains in the following seasonable goods.
Boys heavy underwear from 70c. per suit.
Boys Sweaters from 65 cents.
A few little Boys' Suits at prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00
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Professional
HARVEY.    McCAK I I -'.I.
am.   MACDONALD,
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are cut on larqe
patterns-designed
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Black Chewing Tobacco
Stands tor Quality.
Stewart's NEWPORT
I he Leading Fruit Store
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Hugh Stewart
PHONE    75.
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Ncwports ni I In' Palm.
We have jusl received
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Suit- Agents for
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THE   PALM
Edison Theatre
I'liiser \ Hutchison
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M. VITTL1. iv PARKER
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Indigestion
I In- lirst iii Cranbrook
at   the
Little   Picture   Parlor
Billl0Ck&Webster       that runs continuously
Tonsorial   Artists
Cranbrook  Slreol
tit'si iliiur in Honlo a Elwells
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Mini,,!.' Ki.u ,»•..•,■ ii
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31  mactl trouble   -;  ;: .i sytui' ■-".    '  Utd not
tn i true    sease,   We think ol Dyspepsia.
Heat  ..   I '■ —■ ■■    : ... - ..'     - mst •   } :
th-y are  •>   ptoms    nb ■■; s i en*irj ip<
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It wasi • ■  v ■":..•-■   ■ --■■ ttyledDr. s*.,vip
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I • i i    | ;,,N •»::<! I'', >!..■ ■_"_'■■     out that oriitti al and bill  * vital ;>-• ■ Ipl ■. no
a.:1 li lawli ufti ompl shnvms were even        ad
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness bad
_ ._..   - breath and sallow complexion, try Dr SI     i t
Rimtorative-Tablets or Uquid-and see for your.
toll what ll can and will do.   SVa sell »:. I chaar* ■   •
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when* ii wan mnl IVIij Mr. 'IVm|ili'miui
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.hn        ft,I'Kl*ll    till*    ll*|P(*
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$5.00 CASH
$3.00aMONTH
Good His nt. For ChsIi
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BEATTIE &  ATCHISON.
Get a copy ot
the
(in ,ii   Wrsl   I .iir   Assurance
CRANBROOK  AERIE R67
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES Company's
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-> '....-   ..   Ilttl.'   i'1'1" I  Uf''-   without   linitiK  injiistiui
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"   KhiiI y (Vnlral Hiis   nllendin-j   lo     his  iiml.*   in   lln*  hou
i-oiiiiuolis, he is m   nvt'i-y upinirLuiiltj
•  « • • viTLtshiu   ihe   |,i,.\i.i,.' s     ri-jiitiimw
,Hi .,,1.1  il   iiuiy  lm Unit, i
his   rlnsitrn   of   henpin«|
worth;   uii,,is).-I' of
i Iiiii       li.'  hull
.ui.'mnl   llishop
cli.
Willi..   Mr.   Temiilnii 's   leniiirka      will I
...i oi- th.- I,mm injure liishop Pen-in, ,
hn,\ an- an\ I him. hill n eretllt to I tin .
nan   iv I tt civil   ih.'in.- Velson   Vi-ws
Wibe baymgs
Uitlk-ultins    iiiv   things   llml   show
I .it tit- strokes fell
A   linr   ends   with
like fnlwlwoit.
S11B1T OmcEit\mmmsmm
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Al.SI)   SECOND    HAN11 MACHINKS
FOR SALE   CHEAP AND T(l
RENT.
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i-iii'i' !.. rimii.i,...I..   Ii  is ruvi.ri.il     In |„„B im,,. b.i   ll, II
•r nmi slush, ihtiiiiiiit  which   ai'i      i.ih s    inn,    ii|iti>iinii'. i iiripui     i, i,',„ isiin. Him iK mu im,.ii. Armstrong Avenue.
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Mr n> GEO. P. POWELL, Agent
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P.O. BOX 834.
ANCIENT ORDER   FORESTERS \\ ■  11,-,, i„„,_ |',,„„
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Cranbrook
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Phone 183.
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LOGQINQ TltUOKB
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VEHICLES,  IMl'I.HMl'lNTH
Agents for the Famous
MAYERS STOCK FOODS
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inn
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joseph ii. mclean SSH^rS
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THE  SALOON
MUST  GO.
As the tide of education rises il makes it impossible for
anything that depraves and destroys men and women tn
remain in a respectable community.
Tin- Saloon is about the milv plain that covers up
its windows and screens its doors.
It   is   ashamed   of   itself! !
LOCAL    OPTION
will be submitted to the country soon. Every true
patriot will have a chance to strik-p hard at the Saloon
Curse, and so help to remove one of tin- greatest
hindrances to progress.
Next Sunday night the  subject   in   the   Methodist Church
will be
The Red Light
AND
The Red Liquor
ROBERT   HUGHES,    Pastor.
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G RAN D
Opening
of New
SPRING
STYLES
Mere    they   are    spring's    choicest    offerings    from    the    world's
fashion centres.
The patterns are suberb, the fabrics arc the tin.—i that the
leading mills of the land ran produce. And the styles are
Fit-Reform creations—absolutely correct in every detail. It is a
rare treat to see the richness and elegance "I the garments in
our opening display.
Enjoy it at vmir leisure.    You are welcome, always.
Burns Bros.
AGENTS      FOR
Fit - Reform Clothing;
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Communications
WiittHbuiy,   IV i'..  Kt'b. 24. 09.
A.  Price,  Km,...
(ii'iipriil   Sujjorhilonclfnt.   C.l'.H.   Co.,
Cii.irnry, Aim..
Dmir Sir -I tint111; yon foi your offer
oi" li'ruiHporttttlon inn tin' .iiimUuiib tit
insuf tjcliiK .11 ;i public nature it will bo
UBUlCAH for me la .lisriiss with iiny <.Hindis of tin* (MM:. i'o.. unless 1 have
n definite promlHe of uuinpllunce by your
company. Vmi will see by lln1 copies ol
rnsnluUoiiM and uffldavltH I have accept-
I'd u responsibility on behalf of the public and I must ii.i m\ duty. So many
appeals nmi requests for fair Dounltlera-
tlon nf tb.'si' BubjectH hnve Iwpu made
without avail nnd many umdu .vithoul
oven replied of nay kind, and such treat
menl nl inatlers of serious Import unco
simply drives people lo seek ntltww from
a tribunal thnt lias nol only the power
hut the determination to ■*.■<• insti.v
don,-.
Ai ilu- nn me. lime 1 have no ivlnb to
hurnsR yum- cnmpnny, I simply usk that
justice lie done on nil matters al itisue
mid if your compatis «i'! nol voluntui't
|y (.runt the mime, I Hlmll "*•■ nvefj
menus in n,\ (lower to compel II, mill
tliow men ns nr.' very much more nnnier-
ouh ilmn y\ nj   imnuiii.:
if ,i i'.'M],niiHihli' olllclal nl your com
puny who has power to promise unit fulfill   nil   Ihe   Rrlevanees   menti 'tl     hImII
luivo  rem- ibly   prompt   intention     and
tlmt   those  HtilTerlnu.   from  uross  inlustlce
nl  tlie lmn,is ol your  nputiy shall   Iw
irtvuii   mu linte   relief,   1   will   withdraw
the  iippln.itme   for   henrlnu.   tieforn     ilu
Hoard   of   llnilwii.v   r.ininnssi.iii.-is.   Imi   I
niniint   atteml   any   mon uferenres with
irreHpiui'oiite  ofllrlalh   ..i   your  eompnny.
1    enrlns"   et.pi.'H       nl    li'll'KI'IIIIIH   ,,1   sell
end  presnieiii   ol   Ho iinl  "'   ItiiHwn)   Com
tulMKtoners.    ,'i,|iie>i    ..I    reHlllllt lllHM,    illlll III
lllllVlls
IMdiirp    fi'nme    your reply  for publU-u-
ti*
Vouch ve
truly.
A.  H.  W \ IT A
COV\   nl'   I'KI.I'.itllAMM
Tel..   30,  00
To dumlcu  Uubvu.
I'ivh. lio.ii'ii Hallway Vm IhhIoihth
Vuncnm.'i. It. r.
To a[ipliciitlons submitted  for  le'iiriuc
I  wlfth   i.'     nd.t  at   ruqueHl   of  I'armi'Ch
Institute-,       HlltfffCHtod   iimemii.ienl.   to   act
re fences, entile «iiur<in. Illegal Intorfnr-
nnces with water coursus, ilustruction of
public rondn, reffUlitlloiiH n>nardln« cuttle killed by twins. Unultl you Rrant ft
sitting ai Crnnbrook 7 Many tvttiiMtiw
cannot   ulTord  lo attend  nt   Nelson.
A.  K. WATTH"
HBPtiV
Full, 2H.  00,
To A.  bi. H'nttH.
WfttlHburg, 11, C,
(lanunt   iirruiigv sitiim-  nt   Pmnbrook.
Onn  wltneHH   will   be  mKTlelenl.   Wo   have
.'iiounl,  nvlde   iilrcmh    ke  matterH
vim  menl Ion
.1   v   \iami:k"
Vattitnuver,  III  V
WnlUhurv. II- '' ■ Nnwli 'J. ",.»
V. price, l'N.|..
(ienen.l   Superb t  C   1'.  My. f" .
Calgary, Atin..
IVnr   Hie    I    Hired   yon   todny       ni   foi-
loiffl
"Just in receipt of wire Hallway Com*
mfsnionerH request me t.. notify you
Uoanl wits in Nelson, March ."., mailing
you   todny   additions   to   complaints."
Your lelpgram Feb, 2.'t. acknowledges
receipt of tiles re complaints ns to luck
of accommodation for shipping and receiving goods between Crutihrook nnd
Moyie, and the entire abHonco of any accommodation for passengers nt Loco,
Swansoa and Wotteburg; also pnrtlcularfl
of complalntH of your company not ob-j
serving the Inws made for tlie prevention
locomotives.
Also notice nf application to tlie
board for un oeder compelling rallwaj
companies to keep their right of wnys
Cleui Ol inMnnii.Ule material throilghoUl
Hritish  Columbia.
Also for uu order compelling your company to restore nil Hi" public roads il
lias obstructed or dostroyod or m make
W|Ulvulent roads wherever i hn same ure
re.|iiire.l for the use of the public,
On Feb. L'ltli I mulled yon copies of
roHolutlons passed iiy the l-'ornin and
Crunbrook Farmers' Inst Hit to, a I no copies of affidavits made by Messrs, Delmer.
Wallace nnd Ward, rtmitlug to these mat-1
ters: ili.- documents explain the com*
plain tn and were s.-ni to you an n for •
■nut notice. Mm so fm* I liiivft received j
no rmknowledgment oi the receipt of|
them   n..r of my  letter  of   Feb,   SMth.
In addition to ull the grievances mimed   1    now   Hive   you   notii 1   tlie   follow
Int; complaints :
Mr. I"red Itoo of Klko nnd otliers. re
excessive mien on produce Hhlpped from
that district  to Fernle.
Mr, Slater ol Cranbrook re rallwaj
crossing near Hash &. Poor Factory
CraniiiiioK. ii'spii'tiiii; which ,i piilltlnn
digued by li uml reds of resident» was presented to your company three months
UKO. uud immediate at tent Ion to the
matter wuh promised, but the prom lite
hiiH not been fulfilled,
on behalf of the WnttHbtirg Uimlior
Co., I ''Imil make application lo Ihe
rniiiiuissiuliei'N       for   perinissnin    I.i   cross
Hi.- i.lMl. «iili three linen ol Irrlgntlon
pipes     from       west    lo   ensi    nn   lot   .'(Olid,
alio for |iermlssioii for an nxtetmlon ami
addition to the nxiHtlng railway siding
at   Wnttsbtirg.
I'leuse accept this and former corres-
pondonee mid documents un formal imt-
Ices of my application to ihe Hoard of
•Railway commissioners for n henrlnu of
all the rompltiinls mentioned in any or
all the (torimients furnished to date,
Yours vory truly,
A,   R.   WATTS
A  .IACOIIITK HPASM,
Paris. March 8—With thn deiith of Mnr-
lu Theteso of llavuriu, who expired nt
(luiineii, ilu- .Ini'obiie'i <.i'  KiiKtmid     niul
tl onlinent are pi*epuring lo mnke one
..i   their  '-i modi.'   lieiuiinslriitions,   pro-
clithniug   Imr  son   Prince   Huppreclii      nf
lluvurlft. tli" legltlmnie I.Imi ol l-'ngluml.
n-iiln
nl,.,i,
cnnntstiiig    prolmblji    ol  n  proclnmatloii
l,y   Ilie   11 HHl I! I'H   nsserilnn   llml   11'"   ll IIH
' ed prlucesH wuh Hi.' blood Biiccensor ,,r
' .imi,.", i and Hi.,i therefore l*lwnrd VII
| is an liuposli.i' mid should be forced horn
his tbruiis in favtji   of Hirpprtfuhi.
Hollow Ground
As Illustrated...
Set of Two in
Leather Case
$5.5()
Double concave tor    o a a       y
Extra Heavy Beards  «■""    lr
THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION
Carbo Magnetic i aa
-y_   Strop *'""
Strop Aide      25C
NO HONING-NO GRINDING
NO
MORE
RAZOR
TROUBLES
38B
CLEAN SHAVES
BVERY  YEAR
NO
NEW BLADLS
NO
ANNUAL TAX
EVERLASTING
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS h»ve revolutionized r»lor making they are TEMPERED BV ELECTRICITY, which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS the steel used in their manufacture is of the finest English and
Swedish make. This wonderful discovery is the result ol years of experiment and study, and at last thtre has been
produced * razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steelj whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel. All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND
often, as their bladei will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING
or GRINDING durinjf a lifetime in private uset they are all tempered alike, every part ol their blades being subjected lo
the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days* trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage of this opportunity. Break away Irom the barber habit! You will save
$50 00 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving" This booklet illustrates the
correct raeor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LIFE) it alio tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L 5ILBERSTEIN, makers,
as»-4f.l liroadwnv. N. Y. 	
CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK COHPANY, LIMITED. Pnac fi
TIIK    PUOSPECTOR,    rUAM'.li'.uiK.     II.    I'.      MAI.'.'II    '>. I!
Anchor Brand
I Flour
II a man can write a
better sermon, or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor, though he build
his house in the woods, the world will
make a path to his door.
Oak Lake is not a big place, but ANCHOR
BRAND FLOUR is manufactured there, and the
order path to the mill is beaten smooth. Many satisfied
customers show others the way in.
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111 K NIL WARDNEH \X
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Manfd. by Leitch Brothers Flour Mills
Cal; Lake, Manitoba, Canada
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
P O Box 33
Phone 111
Nature (ilorified
By Art.
is tin' i'1 ill'lll    I Illll    lllul.'OS
lui' Wall L>ii|mrs s-itnurh
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wlin lnvi" Iiiii Irui.v l.i'ii.i
niii!. ami who Irhulil ill
mil , nr.: ; lii'i'i'   hull i'S  ul
I livi".    Wi" iiiuld'  il   n
|niiiii in liiivr lln1 iH'Wusl
mnl mnsl iiovi'l 11;1111• i■ 11.-.
('all anil Sun
B. H. SHORT
The Painter and
Decorator
Armstrong Avenue
491    ACRES
.villi lii vet' h'i iniiii!.1:'' ami Olio niii." From
U'aili'iiail Station : 7" aft iis innii'i* cultivation;
lm. arl'i's mm,I li'Vi'l [uild Uiul rilsily cloill'Otl ;
lllllll,HIO iiinili |iasliiri'. I'vlV0 rnuuii'il I'otlairi'.
llain ''l' \ ,vj uiih liasi'ini'iil ami lean in.
Illiiclismitli Shop and Implenienl Shod The
i.wni'i'  will  iiI-.ii --I'll his
PRIVATE RESIDENCE
un mi" ui ilir Hnusl -.triTis in Ci'anlii'ook,
Ilnn-.!' has H rooms ami cellar, wiih all
iiiiiili'iu  liiiprovinuenls    Small huni. buggy
Hl.Cll    ail,I    WOOllsllOll,
PRICE  POR  BOTH $H,5»o
W.IHHl IJnsh.    Ilahiiui' tu suit  al  H per COIll.
j       This lai'in alone is worth   llm   prlco
nslii',1  im' both.
Fr< il.  A. Russell   AS
ROYAL HOTEL,       CRANBROOK
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Wta Mu Down, li
I10YR11. yields more iiotuui tinurishineul than tiny other
].m.i      UlOl'U i Vi'll   lllilll   ItVL'l
ir, iiHiumyh lieuf eunlmns the richest kind ol" nourishment
il must lie iligeMc I.
When run down the digestive origins ure tumble tn assimilate
this nmiiisluuent.
But IU iVUll, contains all the valuable nutritive elements
. J ready for iuimediate assimilation into the system.
A diet of  BOVRIL quickly rebuilds wasted strength and
gives increased vitality to tlie body.
YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT FOR YOU
,k.. mnl  slim   ii    iHUriinM  tli
liikinu   it        Willi   them. Thf i.c.vin'-i.il
> -■-  iinvst.-il   uml   m-xi   daj    Ihiw ,.,|   tlie  Mini  uf  !
tlii'i              limil itiS i'Hi-1.  I tlv Hh huiisv ni  Cnldi'i
k   Hihil   -_'"      \      [nii.i   tli.'lr   ilnoH   ..ml l.nsi   Siinilii.v.
■  ullimitl   tu  uu Mllchidl    Wiih
.-lit,   Mrl.iT.il.   ,,   tuplmiilfi-  nl   thf   Inn- wi-fk-i'iiil   nip   1
n riiin|. ..i thf  Purin  llicn Iiiiii Imr ro., him   lull   in   the   road     Sin   un-,,i   whs
I i.      I'tvt'k,    wn*   kill.il    instnntly ninslfi-imliuii   ihnt   I"-   !">'   till   I'untml
>  liliirniiii;   sluii'Ll,\   after  lining  to work din   lioi'scs.   uml   nti   ai-cldout   was   mirr.
11iff-,   r..llm-   nn   him.    Tin-   li...!\    j.s ftt III j |<t    uvfl-lril.
ih.' rumn awaiting  tho iirrlvnl  ..f tho- 	
m!ria:!n,,>vn'lCl,!!fl"n,i ..mumT1 imf'n About Dry Farming
i.i
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.thing   is   known     nt  Till-.    OIU'llAHD-HOW     'J'O   IMIOCKKU
  (Clrand  Korku liua-tlP)
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j THE QUALITY STORE j
Gold Standard Teas
and Coffees    .    .    .
Vim will hnil our Btocl. "I Kniin ami Stapl.
(in".ii.-s cninpli'ti" in i'ver\ rt'sptrt : n tria
order will convince sun we air there w1111
tin' '.:""«Is.
1MION1-:    5 ft
CAMPBELLS MANNING |
MICHEL.
(Prom The Reporter.)
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lui    siuiiii .'..inin ni .un. ui" iiuni and     Standard      [nstruments.
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WANTED.
JVB ROOKY    MOUNTAIN  COATS.
lave Rocky Mountain Goats are
.-anted for Zoological purposes, per-
nitB to catch and export these ani-
nals will l»e issued by the Provincial
uthoritiOB,     address:—
Dr. OBOIL FRI3NCH,
Naturalist.
Washington, D.O.
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ii.'s.    sm'ii    as in-ns. |iotatonn, onions,
■.-I-4. piiiibugn mid torn, should l»o haul-
1       1   pill   inl.1   llll'no,   coinpuct   houpH,
ill          In   twolvo iwo-hnnm waggon
mis  iii  i>iu>Ii  pllo.   Tins quantity when
1..mis.  ."iioni;ii  1.1 Hjii'i'ad   in  tltt'fic ami   a
hull    1    ili'lllH   Lu'       nr''"   ol   til"..11 nil.
PIllH     In   lln'   IIKIIill   i|H,ililll,V    In   HprOIld  lO
iii'iii tt-linn urn-si in Hi" drill.   If iiuiii
|H    l.n.n.l.'iiM.'il    il     Will    ink"   tlollhlil
. i.ii.ini in 'n„. milium, uliniilil \-»<
"ii     iih .1  is pllcij   1 in.i   Ih—sprendlng
 t   uviir   Hi.-   I'.nttln   miiinii'i'-
1,   fool    liiyin    ,.1  maiuii'i'     Hltoiild  lm
i.'i.'l       ll!..    i-l,,-in    heljIH    in   I'Ol      IlK'
ni      in  iii.< in ,.    ii   mil nt«o prn-
1 tin- i<".', ,.i iiiniiiiiiilii and mu hu com*
1 Hijiuiro Ik-ii|in \flei ii." lump is
llicil ciiVI-l III" M.I.". ,11..1 top with six
.....   ...  ..,,..ii    'elm  unrlli  covurlim will TUK  PKOSPECTOR,   Clt AX BROOK,   U.   C,   MAKCH   il,   1001
Paste
ORANBROOK   LAND   DI8TRICT.
S.mai.i. DBBT'S I'UUH'l
Electoral District   ol Qraubiuoi,,
No'i'itK ie bereb; ulven that Sittings .ii iin- above Court will be belli
at tlie liiiv.'iiiiiii'iii Building, Cruu
brook, im tbe bisposal ol cusee
every Wi'iiimsiltiy, at t.vu o'clook p.
ni.; ut Moyie every Saturday at tlie
titeele uiul Wiiiiliii'i- mi such (luya
iiiiil ilaii's us may lm appointed In
tliu proccodingu,
same bour;   uml ut  MaryBVillo, Fort
All drills uml di'iiiuuds nut oxceod'
ing tlm sum ut $l(li) cud be sii.ul lot
uiul recovered in tlm above mrn-
tiiiucd Ootirt on BtimmonB and
Judgement, iluinislmu (eitlier below
ut- alter Judgonient) or on lnatal-
uuint lliili'i' whleh cut. lie euliil'i'i'd by
commitment it necessary,
liisiriiiiurns tor proceedings run be
banded lu   to   tlm    undermentioned
Clerks ul llm Court., viz:—
1.'. u. Morris, Uoputy Slmriil,   L'rnn
liro.ilt.
1". tl. Uiiutlt,   Provincial   Constable,
Moyie,     or to
Joseph Walsh,  Provincial OonBtnblo,
Kurt   Steele.
llV   ORDER
Josoph Ryan
Magistrate.
Dated 22ml day ol June, 1UU8.
URANHROOK I,AND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenny.
TAKE NO'l'ICE that 1, Edward
Watts ul Wattsburg, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply to tho riiiei
Commissioner oi Lands and Works
lor permission ti> purchase the following described lands In Kust Kootenay District. Commencing at a
post planted at the North-west coiner i.i Lot 5459, South an chains,
theme West 20 chains, tlicnec North
HU cliuins, thence Kust 211 ehnins to
point of commencement, containing
ltd ucri's m0ro or less.
EDWARD    WATTS.
Dated December, ixtli   1908. 2
ADM INI STRATI IK'S   NOTU'E.
Notice is hereby given tlmt on the
8th day oi January, 1909, it was
ordered by P. E. Wilson, Esq.,
Judge ol the County Court oi East
Kootenny, that James Ferguson
Armstrong, Ottlclal Administrator
lor that portion oi the County of
Kootenay included iu tho Electoral
Districts „l Cranbrook and Fernle,
be Administrator ol all and singular
tho estate ot Frederick Douglas Anderson, deceased intestate.
Every person Indebted to the said
deceased is required to make puy-
nient iortirwltb   to thc undersigned.
Every person having in possession
ellects belonging to the deceased is
required forthwith to notify the undersigned.
Every creditor or other person
having any claim upon or interest
in tbe distribution of the estnte of
tbe savi'J deceased is required to send
before the 17th dny of February
next, by registered mail addressed to
the undersigned, his nunm nnd address uiul the lull particulars of his
claini or interest, and a statement
oi his account uuii the nature of tbe
security  (it any)  held by him.
After the said lust mentioned date
the Administrator will proceed with
the distribution of tbe estnte having regurd to those claims only of
which he shiill have had notice.
Dated nt Crnnbrook this Sth dny
of January, 1909,
.1. F. Armstrong,
2 lllllcial Administrator.
ADMINISTRATOR'S  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Hint on the
Cth day of January, 1909, it. wns
ordered by 1'. 13. Wilson, Esq.,
Judge oi the County Court oi Enst
Kootenay, that James Ferguson
Armstrong, Official Administrator
for tbut Portion of the County of,
Kootenny included in the Electoral
Districts hi Crnnbrook and Ferule
be Administrator ol nil nnd singular
tho estnte of Hugh Campbell,
deceased intestate.
Every person indebted to the snid
decensod is required to muke payment, forthwith   lo the undersigned.
Every person having in possession
effects belonging lo the ileeensed is
required forthwith lo notify Ihe undersigned.
Every creditor or oilier person
having nuy claim upon or interest
in tlie distribution of the estate tit
thc said deceased is required to send
before tlie 17th dny ol February
next, by registered mall addressed to
the undersigned, his name uiul address and tlie full particulars of his
claim or interest, uml 11 statement/
of his account nnd the nature of tbe
security  (ii any I held by him.
Alter the snid lust montloned date
the Administrator will proceed with
the distribution nl the estnte having regard to those claims only nf
which ho shall have had notice.
Dated at   Cranbrook   this 8th day
01 January, 1009.
J, F. Armstrong,
2 Official Administrator.
FORT STEELE
ASSESSMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the statutes, that provincial revenue tax, uiul nil assessed
taxes nnd income tux assessed anil
levltil under the "assessment. Act,"
and amendments, nnd under the public schools net, ure due niul payablo
on tho 2nd dny ni January f,.r tho
year 1909.
All taxes collectible for the Fort
Steele iissessiui'iit, district are due and
payable ul my office siliinteil ut the
government offices, Cranbrook, B. 0,
This notlco, in terms nf law Is equivalent to a personal demnnd by 1110
upon nil iiei'Sotis liable for tuxes.
Dated nt Crnnbrook, ll. O., Ihis
22nd day of January, 1909,
A. c. NELSON,
Deputy AsseBHor and Collector,
5      Foil Steele Aeues.in.ent District
For Sale
Oottage near school, live rooms,
in good repair, nice locution, water
uud eess-pool, corner lot, good
fence, furnished or uol to suit the
convenience ol purchaser. Apply to
.1    E    DICKSON,
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
Fur .1 reliable local salesman re-
presenting Canada's oldest und
Greatest Nurseries in Cranbrook uud
adjoining country.
'ihe popularity nf our stock which
is grown on limestone soil, making
our troes and bushes bard tor and
longer-Uved than const grown stock,
is acknowledged hy experienced fruit
growors.
We make ti specialty nf growing
stuck fur British Columbia nnd ship
in carload tn thnt province,
A porninnent situation tu right
man, with territory rosorved,
Pay weekly ; froo outfit, Write lot
particulars.
Stone & Wellington
KONTHll.l,  NCItSKUIKS
TOHONTQ ONT
(Llconscd hy B. C, Government.)
Stock Quotations
As Furnished
by
BEAI.E & KLWESliL, 0
anbi'ook, 11.C
u
rail  im
lllllll.
Hid
Asked
Aurora Consolidated
,2.i
U. O. Amalgamated
.lit
.Ob
II. r. .v i-
7.on
7.-',".
CuiKllllll   ..Inn i
l.l.-,
11.115
Canadian Goldhelds
.1)11
.1)5
Uiiiiiuliiili   Kuril!  .Vesl   Oil
.-J.-,
..'.;.
UoimolitliUwl Smelters
Slum
sn.50
Cranbrook Fire  Brick
1.10
lliuniiiiiil  C1111I
.',11
M
llii,1111,ti.l   .uie  I'tml
II!
.III
Dominion   L'o|i|iui'
,:i;
..">;,
liilfi-niiliitniil  t',.„l
.'1S
■ '■I'i
Mr,.In i'i'iiI Mines,  Mil.
.1121
.1'.-,
\i|,insi,m
ll.-J.",
0,110
M'«'K"i   11    Mines
,,l."i
.So
North Stnr
.1.7)
.I'J
McGillivray Crock  Coal
.22
.Ki
Humbler Cariboo
.lBi
Hoyal Collieries
.lif,
.38
Society Girl
.25
.Hulll.wi
..'I'J
.111
Temasklnning
l.l'.'l
1.65
Western Oil (ord.i
1.55
1.80
Western nil (prefj
'J.'J.'.
4.110
Viuernn  Wur  Serin
il.Y.HI
77.-,.no
URANMIOOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT UF KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, George A. Jara-
ies0u, of Cranbrook, D. C, occupation, undertaker, intend to apply IqX
permission tu purchase the following
described lanrts: Commencing at a
post planted at the N. W. corner of
tot No. 6424, thence east 4U chains ;
thence north 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains to
place of commencement, containing
«o acres,
George Alexander  Jamieson.
.Ian. IS, 190M. 5
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District oi Kaht Kootenny.
Tuku notice Hint I. IVunees K. Allison
nf Crnnbrook, occupation married woman, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands .
Uotuiuoneiiig ut u pout plumed nt Die
northwest corner ol lot i-'r». theuee north
180 chains, thonco oust 40 chains, tt.ot.eo
io placo of beginning, containing in ail
south iao chains, thenco west 10 chains,
iiijo acres,  more or i.-ss.
.•'.   K.  ALLISON
U,   II.   ALLISON,   AtJKXT.
fc'ebruurj   loth,   IH0D. ^
GKANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kust Kootenay.
Toko notlco Hint l. i:. ll. Mcl'hoo, oi
Crnnbrook, occupation bookkeeper, ia-
lond to apply for permission to purciiaso
tiii> follow itit: described In mis. Coltuueac-
lng ni  n post planted ul   10 chains south
nt    th.-      N'.W.      cor ■    ol    lol    .N.Mllir,
thuitce   lo ehnins  wust,  lliotico -10 chains
hoiiDi   I", i'liiiiiis,     io plncu oi huglnnlug,
conlnlnitiu  iao neros mnro or less.
i:.  il.   Ucl'IILlK,  Locator.
.1.   KWIN,   VMKN'T.
l-'ebrunri   is,  I POP. S
OUANBHOOK LANU DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenny.
Inkr   \,,ti.'.'   I Ii.i I   I,   C.   II.   Allison,    ol
U'ranbrook, occupation, drnuuisi. intend
io uppli tor permission to purcliuau thu
following ileacrllied lands, Coiuiuonclug
.u .i jiosl pluntml ut the Northwest iin*
'ht   oi lot     I'j;., thoiiro west  li' chains,
Lhencu mtiitli  10 chains, thouc ihi     10
-hiiins. th.'in" um ih in cliulus to place
of lipgl nu  conlitlnliiu   UM nenm more
h<>
0,  ll    AM.ISIIS.
0ul.nl r.>b. :t, Hunt h
ORANBROOK LAND UlSTltlCT
District, of Kust Kootenay.
Tnkn notice thai I, I.. M. Alliens of
Crnnbrook, nccupiit ion married woman,
intond to apply for puruilislon to pur-
chtiHo Hi.- i..llo» inn described lends. Commencing      ni.    a    post,  plant.-il   IO rlmiim
west of   iho west boundary II if blnok
125, thonco wosl 80 ehnins, thonco north
HO i'liiiiiis,   t.ll.'i ast   SO  ehnins.    lln.-mv
nth HO chains,   tn plnrn ut beginning,
Kin
eros    -•'  or  loss
I,,  Mi  AIKKV I..
Hearing is posponed
COURT OF REVISION
The nittlng oi thp Qourt of revision
which wns iu havo boon twiu ia wison
on Thursday, Fob. yith. to bear Uie up-
poal "' tho Cauadlau Pacific railway
ngalnal iho ..s^-ssmont. by th.> proWncial
govornmeni nf th.1 nnn*i. Columbia
Southern luud grant, ims boon postponed
until   March   l".  This Itaa b > dono nt
ti.,' ivipiesi oi the railway company by
It s Lennle who Ims b ' Hiwolalty appointed by 'h'' provincial government to
honr ihi^ appeal, whieh nlToets touf     ..-•-
H.-SSI...-.H     .I.M.'i.-ts.    N.-lson,    GolliOll,    Slo-
.iui ami l<*ori Stoolo, tin' total amount
in taxns bivolvwl lining In th<> iielghhoi*-
hood of si.-.n.imn |„r year,
Tho company  claims  that   undor     tliu
terms  of  Hi-  lliiti-.li  Cnlu i.t   s..nth.th
ebai'ter, this land is exempi from laxa-
lion. I'liis Hi.- governmenl disputes and
Iiihi  year aasesseil  the bind, ami Ims els..
assess i   this year,   On  inn nerenge nl
th-  land   arum   whleh   lh nupniiy  still
owns in ili- four nsMWimi'iil illatrletH
inontlom.il  il... ti.v.'s mmiuiit   i.. .'lose   to
SlnO.t  so ih.it  thorn nre abotil $fl00,-
 nvnlvinl  In tin- .i|.| I .is well ^ tl..-
go ver hi's rlghi   In tax  iii-'s- Inada In
lite   future.
Moth     ih.-   gover nt   .m.i   the  t'.P.ll
nr- ii-t-iniiii.-ii in light tin- mailer out
ami each  .s going  to  ((rent  pains in  tho
preparntl I  Its cuso,  ami  it   isiilmnsl
>i   foregon neltiRlon  thai   tho question
>\ill       iiltiimiti-lv   go   I,,   th-  privy  coi il
for decision.
'I'h- government's counsel has uol yet
been atinounriHi, bul It. It. lU'timUl «>v
Calgurj   "ill  r-pivsi-iii   i h- (l.lMt,
• ; m
"Cherry-Blossom."
THE JAPANESE 0IVE UOOU EXAMPLa
It is a proverb .il Cherry Blossom
Liiiul thai a healthy stomach is Hie
basis ni all strength, <i.""l nature ia
also recoguixed as o( greal Importance.
The Japanese us a people are remarkable for their heallh, eniluraiiee, patience nmi skill.
The clii'iiy treu Is the most highly
prir.eii ui all in Japan, ii ii"! only
gives forth a beautiful blossom but the
wild olierry tree iuriilshes u bark ivhloh
ia most highly prized in medicine.
uiua ri.       i    The UsiTED
Wild Cherry     status ih.s-
(IVii.h.s I'liy/inmna). ! I'Kss.uoiiY,
 —— which   is   nn
authority on medicines, says of tlie
properties nf llii- Ukiek Cherrybarki
"llniiing with ii tonic power the
propertv of calming irritation and
dimiulsliing nervous excltiiblllty,
Adapted t" the lieiltmnnl of diseases
in which there is debility ,,f tlie stomach or of ihe system." Another authority, Kino's American Dispensatory says, "il gives tone and it length
to tlie system, useful in fever, cough,
and found excellent in consumption."
This ingredient is only one of several
verv Important native, medicinal roots
in ili'. I'ieriie's Goliten Medical Discovery. This is a remedy which lias en-
jo'vi'tl Iiiii public approval for nearly
forty veurs, nothing new or untried
about 'it, has cured thousands oi people
of those chronic, weakening diseases
which are accompanied by a cough,
such ns bronchitis and Incipient consumption. More than thai, by reason
of tlie other ingredients, Bloodroot,
Mandrake, Golden Seal, and Queen's
root, all of the medicinal virtues of
which are scientitionlly extracted and
combined in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures ol
dyspepsia anil stomach disorders have
been accomplished.
Nearlv forty years ago, Dr. Pierce
discovered that chemically pure glycerine uf p-nper strength is a better
solvent nnd preservative nf tlie active
medicinal principles residing iu must of
our indigenous or nuiive medicinal
plains tliiiu is alcohol. As ils use is
entirely unobjectionable, while alcohol
is well known when used even ia
small portions, for a protracted period,
to do lasting injury to the human system, especially in the case of delicate
women and children, he decided to
use chemically pure glycerine instead
of the usually employed alcohol in
Ilie preparation of his medicines,
lie found that the glycerine, besides
being entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of great
value. Its nutritive properties, Dr.
Pierce believes, far surpass those ol
cod liver oil, entitling it to favorable
consideration in all cases of incipient
consumption and other waslingdlsBases.
It is an invigorating, tonic alterative
and owes Its virtues lo .Nature's vegetable garden.    I'r. Pierce is only the
i iseientiiic gar-
Nature s Garden,   ilener  who
L ..... J knows how to
combine the plants given ns by Nature
t,, core our diseases. This preparation is oi pleasant laste, agrees perfectly with rebellious and sensitive
stomachs, ami is extremely effective in
restoring bine and vigor to the entire
system. It cures iiiiliiiiiiniitorytiiniblea
of the stomach as ..ell as Indigestion
mid dvs|ii.psia arising from weak
Bliunacli. One reason why it restores
lb,' heallh of run-down, pale uud etna-
elated pcoiilc is hi cause It Ural throws
oui the poisons from Ihe blood through
the liver ami kidneys. Il then begins
its reconstructive work in building up
flesh he Iiis-.. making good, rich, red
blood.
The "Guillen Medical Discovery" It
,mule iu a large laboratory, thoroughly
equipped with every scientific appliance,
at llufliilo, S. V.' Qlinlilled chemists
are in charge of the laboratory, with
nearly a scoruol skilled phvslolans and
surgeons employed to scrutinise, determine ami prescribe these remedies and
other moans of curs as seem best suited
to tunny thousands of cases ul chronio
discuses which come before them for
trcalineiii each year. I. eoslsyotl nothing to uiitc I" Dr, II. V. I'icri'i'-the
hcail ul this Inslltutlnn, at llufliilo, N.
Y. ami get an ncciirulfi medical opinion
in ...ni' sp, nil case emit wlwUij ititlwul
tliiinjc.
RIFE   AUTOMATIC   HYDRAULIC   RAM.
Double .iciinj^ rams pump spring wain imul; impure water .1- power t<> operate
them. Runs continuous!)' ami automatically. Pumping capacity up to 1,000,000
Gallons per day, Nn wearing parts except valves. Highest efiieienn nt an\ engine
Ion tlie market. Fnim 60 tn go per cent, developed under repeated tot>.
Unequalled for IRRIGATION AM> DOMESTIC purposes, Ovei seven thousand
in   use.
ll' you  arc  interested  write   t<> or see   11.   V   Parker.
The last best West
'■    tiintiitfmon  Horn;!..  ii«' iinvulim,     who
made ..  some.vim I   >-\t t>'<l  iriji ihnmyli
WOHtiM-li       1'umnlii,   ilurinn   Ui.-   iuihI   sum
Dicr,     (frown uiitliiiMi.siir  in  IiIh ilcjicrlp*
ti..n ,.f thn lust Ii.-m wi'hl wliii'h cniii|ii-|H-
| on the provliicoH of Maiiliobu, HnHknmlv
, c.vitii  nnil  lUtwi'tn,   Thn fnllciti'infl  \n    tu.
UXtract Irooi whnt ho Iiiih written
"Thnt  hluck strip nrrnsn the Imidttvopi*
—il       wns   mit   llii'   Hh ft flow   nf   a   imHaing
Cloud,  l"it  the r.'1'..nl ..I  ;i plough '.   ThefW
yellow     tsi't'.v hands \vhi»ro tin- (li'lds     ..(
stuMil.'      nlreadi       reaped,   'l'liaue   other
hunds nf grren, ol pule yellow,  of     dftip
hiiirht     yellow—ihoi   were the ii.-i.is     ni
whonl  iinu.ni;  which the hinders wero ynt
to  di.   their   work'   Thn  centurlos-old soil
wus llndiiig iis llrst uplurned nxpottiim to
.tin- sun.   Hurely    ilu-  plough  hud eomo 1
Tln'ii'     is     mi    i ■.•  tlinllinu us pur lone**
than ihis. i.i Hiiihl« the iin.-i.-ni wllder-
■ iK'ss just  pusHiiii;   into  tin-  llrst  loose lit.
Kern   of civilised  mini's  ticcuputloti.
"Hare wus ihe wheat, crowding up tn
; tin- trail high us the wagon s.-ut us we
i drove through. Al the edge ..i » trumlj-
. Hob cowman's unowned, Imi intig-oc.ru-
; piwt. range wn renched down uml piuck-
, od oil ripe wlteut in liuudfuls. i-iuinliling
' out into the palm the full cms ..T trlplo-
i rowed kernels, mugnlficenl grain, the
' food which th.. world must Intve—that
, griiin upon the wholu civilisation .it the
iuurth seeins so mriingely to dei-enH; (or,
I when the wheal has come, civilisation
, has  taken  hol.l  of the  laud  never  ngaln
to InoHe its gnisp. One who love* tin-
. open air nnd tin- wild world cannot suppress n sigh of regret nt lirsl thought
j ol  the  passing plains,  m  th.- thought   .>■'
the dead     romance of  thi* ranches;  hut,
nne   the   less,   there   must   come  tin* soli-
I orer  thought   thnt  the  \vild.-nn-s».   ..f  this
world, as well us  the scntii   fields  of the
I o.tlct- world, belong lo tli.' world nnd tlm
1 world's people
;    "Extended     personal     injury     in  the
'course nf u long journey failed to dis-
cover ih-' farmer who was homesick or
i discontented, or who declared thul he
: wns going hack to old England or to
| thf HtaleH. Without exception thoy de
f I'lur.'d thul they were not only coliloiitud
! but prosperous. In most cases th-'ir om-
, or two crops Imil given them their lands
j nnd their llrst farmstead buildings of
I rudtt comfort, nt least, fully paid for;
land this luud wns their own. Nu btise-
| incnt life (or these settlors, nor for theli
1 children, nor their children's children, no
I ruck rents, no snuggle with n worn, ex-
! imust.-d soil; no oun touching to a so-
called HUperlor cliiss. Here wns n illffer*
ent  field  for humanity,   Is there unytllf'
Acuity     of predicting the dlfterei      bu-
tw-cen the product nf sin h   finlils and those
of  thn  'ponl   nnd  huddled enst.1-.'
"It  was n fascinating sight.  this mid
die      lurid   hetw i  th.-  old  mnl   Ihe  new.
Most fnsi-iriuUiiH of nil wns i In- nlr ol
I hope nnd conlidence, Sometltluu sei the
blood tingling in th.- veins. No one lu-iv
spoke of iK-spnir or discouragement, Tn.'
, men made no repining ni their lol us
frontier funnels. Th.-lr sole mid engrossing concern wnn the queuiion.-, of in.'iin^
of getting oui their wheat to the timr
kets—for even in western Pnundu funn-
, ing      has  run   in  advance  of  trauspoi'ln-
■ tion.
"In such regions as this, one still u..
vels us one likes ncr..ss Colin I I'J', puyiug
no ntlenlion to muds; ulthough now mid
again on<. eonies upon funds rudely
ploughed   along  the section   lines,   hi some
■cuscs,     near     thn  rnllronds,  fairly  well
work.-d.   The tin f   tin-    in,iin   tmvelM
road' is pnssiim rnpidly. .-\.'n in ('ntitidu.
Hoon     the   fences   will   come   along      Ihe
: highwuys. nnd  nil  travels  will  follow   thn
■ lines bounding urtilliinl reetnnglea. l-.x-
lilting  in   ■ liberty,  for the musi   pari
i our party continued io truvnl direct toward   a   deslinutf.in.    We  still   held   l.. the
j prairies; uud st ill ou .-very si.i.- of us
was  whout,  whi-iit,  wb.-iil '
Here Is u pholo^ruphlc ropvoduetion ol Uio Power Rprn
motor. The sunn* spruying niachinu I lull hns been usetl with
such good resulls by  tho  Dept.  of  Agrifuilttire.
This umchino is sold under strongest Mud "I guuriintuo,
Has a eapucHy ol' lii noisxloR working together nl l""1 lbs
pressure. Kills its own tank. Two speeds, operated by
gasoline or any engine. Can bo fitted on lop, al side or end
of tank. Wo will supply yon with wagon, platform, tank,
engine, derrick, all complete, or in pari as desired, catalogue
and  full  particulars are yours for the asking.
W. 0. HEARD, U5fc King Street, LONDON, uul.
House in Supply
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The    house   I
this   u.vk   mi
,„„..   IV„. ,7.   llmi,   '"'""'      ""
I Iiu.es  ns   n
in   supply   most    of!     The   gove
..ted   miuiy   millions   rontrnclur
l>   n   little   over      dv>
he paid.
nlllrer defends  ihe sub
tractors would have don.- ihe  work     f.>.
lfi  cents   site   l isureiuenl     whleh   ineatix
thai the governmenl by ;. private de.il
paid Sl UT for work thai was worth -Jo
rents   in   the open   uiurkei,
flU.liKi for tins drwlglug, lh.- contruel
or coi 571,12-. foi what Ihe government
dredge  .Iul
I"   i iImu   year  the  governmenl      go)
vi.'.,.-.Tii    with   roi-fespondhig   prollts      In
0O\ 1-UtN'MKN I      !,u>s    rn\ I'ltAtTOItS
.. \1\
Mi Sorlhrup h    es.imiin.ti.il.     showed
llml    Ihe   eosl    Of   ..per..I illi;   ,.nd   Ul..oiti.li.
ui- ili.- governmenl dredge durinjj the
time she eufnetl the $111,120. nnd did nothing else wns lelween $Ut.01UJ .in.I
Si;,i.im S,, the governmenl -.-ins lo
huve   l i   s:iiiond   thn I   neuson while
le governmenl engineer bnd llgure.1
idvnnet. Ihul tin- dredge would dm
I'.irmiiu   ,«i;,n    which
if   np.Tilllon,     I mlei    Mi      Shufpe -   exaill
in n.    il nmne.'i    iitlmllled   ili.it    thr
u.nl,I      hnve    earned  tor  Hie eoutr.ietnr
Local Option
H. ll. Huyimmil, llrltisti Columbia I
ruprcHentutlve of tllo DH IiAVAIj
CHKAM rtMI'AKATOU V.n., wnn here'
the heginnlng uf the week doing bUBl- i
neHK with their local flfcontB, Putmoro i
Hr„s. The UK LAVAL SEPARATOR Ih Bold In nil eountrloB of the |
Globe nnd Ih always rei'iigiiliieil nH thc
Htunilnnl. Over .,'iu million ttinchlnoaI
tile now in un.
Convention is Postponed
Williiun       A.   AlJMtlC,   Merretury   ol      thO
iiMtf.h Columbia Lumber. Logging uml
Koruntry uhhocIuIIoiIi unnoiincnn thul an
a riMtilt of tlm Albortn election', huing
M'l im   Mitrch 3!!, tlie convention of Iho
luiubet-   iniiiiufiictiiieiH   nnd   rutnll   deuleih
of the country between tho Grant I-.uku»
mid the rneiiie, which wan to |tav« boon
held ut Calgary ou Uurt'li M. >mH botin
ptHJlpmUNl until  April   Ul.
TIIK   QtlKHTlON   'I'D   UK  si IIMI'I'IKI'
IN KOHM oi'  \    I'l.l'.IUSCIli:
Victoria, M.mil 1 I'remler McUlide
haw given nn unuwer lo the deptilullou
hetided   bv   ItcV,   llr,   Sp-ncer.   which       re
eeutl.V   lllterview.il   Ui.-  goveriilii       ivllh
regnrd to local option- Die delegiitlun
Ii.kI un Inlervluw with thn exeenlive on
Pebrtmry Snd, nnd mndu n Htruiin plen
for the Introduction ..f leglnlntion whleh
would   re-null   in  iotnmiii.ilies   bring   	
io deride for tlioinMolviw whelhoi or nol
tho »alo of Intoxlcittliift liquor »hntilil l»"
permiiied in tholr mldtd, The leitder of
thc government lmn Informed Or. Hpcnr
er Hint the qmwtlmi ol local option will
be. HUbinlttOd to the pe-'ple in form of .1
plolilHClto, Tlm ditto of siibmissi.ui und
tho exact form ii will tuke have nol  yel
heon  decbh-l  upon,  uml   wl   lho«e     de-
tailH are HOttlor) further advices will I--
went tn^ Dr. Spencer.
BtiTTLKHH COMK W1CHT
Toronto, March !1—Two irulnlnndK ol
...•ith-iM' elTeetd lefl for weMcrii I'mmdn
over llm C.I* it   yeHterduy,   In nil   their
were     rloHe  io HllO  .,1  Onlario's Hlulwnrl
fnrm Iioj-h, nmny nf Ilium urrouipnnled
hy   llieir" nn,",  uml   chlhlrmi
rilVKH   (ID1.I1   MI'.l'Al.s    In   WIHOIITH
Unsl.inhni,   Unl'Ch   It-   \   loll   um   p.,--'-1
by   lh>-   holme      loibn   uml   hj    Hi"   ■ ite
tonight   iiwai'dliiM  Mold  iii.hIiiIh i 'vllm
Wright nnd WIHiur Wrigltl  in np| nlbm
of Dinlr uohluviuneiiiH in norlnl nnvlga
tion.
of money, lafguly for public works, rnll-
wii.vk ami ennuis. The minister o| public
works  has  not  yet   I n  uble  to explain
tbe   following   cnnlratlict ions .
|    On the l Ti li oi Mureh,  lUUS, Mr. I-Meld.
jing  predicted  a  fulling  off  of  the  revenue
■ of sis ami n hull millions ,„■ more tins
your.
|      In       liMis      ihe       docreiiHU        «UR       over
six millions, mnl .vi Mi 1'ilghley was
! put ting through u nupploiiientur>i| esl in.
: uie of sou items. Involving over $(1,000,-
i 000,   mid    whuii     reminded  of lite fulling
revenue    he    staled   ihul     there was no
cause lot ulnmi uud tlmi onl,\ houio uii-
. expected  nccldeul   or cnlauitt.v   would pre-
vent   ihe coimtruclloii   ,.f these  worKn.
In   October,   1008,   Ihe   work*   were   nil
promised      in   the   eleeluru.   mnl   tendem
wen-  callifl   lor   n.aii\    of   (belli.
In   December,   IHOH,   when   Ihe fnlliUfi utl
been       in   July   mnl   Mciol,.-r,    l|i.<   KoVertt
menl   concluded   uol   tn   hllllll   thene   works
heoatiHe  of  ihe docll u   ihe   revenue.
Hill  WIIJ-'Ulli   VXSWKIIKD jl.Ofin   y.trds  ,i
' Hoiri.'tliM.L Iiiih lin|ipcm>d In Winnipeg
,whh'h  reculls  Sir  WUft-bl   1,miners s| -|i
ni lb,' lieglnuiiltt t'1 tin' m'shIoii III,- premier   declared   I hill        conservnl iie«   hull
.'nrt'ied \l,inih,In, hj Ihe use of oiltrnge
! nits    eleelorul    li-ls,    The    Hohlill    ,;..\.-rn-
llieul   nl    the      r hiiu   ,-i   lln-   tegl»luture I gain      In   hiel,   however    the   dr.ilye   to.-k
(Ippoluted   1 veKtignle      ihi,   ,-eglstm   .for   'he   government     ol    much    Ies*   ill an
ttou.   Hitmmtmluf.   ihe    «es   nl.,.  prepui     >'"*   cosl    pecalion     I   maklne   su4'J
ed   th.-   lisis.    I   Mi     sun..,    ..,,   whose Ifi   dn.\   fm   tl .mtracini'   of   !«:.:.•-'  eleur
iiuthi.ril,\      Sir      Wilfrid      le bin state     prolll       lln-   i-   .,    low    esUiniiU'.   fnr   the
menl.   Tb.-  MheralK  la   ih"   Maniloim   leu     lilliiig   would   be  I,.,.-..-   imtretuenl
mlatiin-  collupsftl   entirety,   m f    litem       \s   i hes..  ,,hlii..,,is   w,-i-   -^iv.-.i   h>   prl
. admittInn       Uml    '!'"   li^ts   were   correol.    \..i>-   nrrnuge nl .    there   >...s   .,,,   reason
ninl       ilie      ullters   refliHiitH   io   olTel'   any    why    the   governmenl    nhoilld    mil       hn*e
proof   in   support   ..I   Sir   Wilirid's  elmrge.   do.,,,   tlm   dredullm   .'"nl   the   lillitm    t'
A    KKMAKKAItl.t:   I'tlNTUAt'T "Wn   iHcotmt.   more  es|N*-.ullj    .<-   II     hiid
The   public   n.'coimis   ,onnmt l.-e   |.,,s   be-    tile   be«|   plntil   foi   lite purpose     Or   ,t   the
gun   Invostlgiiliotis.   and   liufore   (be    lirul   doedglan   \>..- done tor   (he t-onlrm-tnr as
witness   had   finished   he   showetl   thul   ih,-   ■'   fii\ur      for  I     lln-  uovenimelil   might
depnnineni   ol   pm.in-   works   olTers u Held   have  taken  sone'ihinu,    '   ' i»<- eiinlfiiol-
for   it   I'ass.-ls'   Inquiry.    This   witness w.ih   or'a own   price,
engineer   Vulli|iielte   .-f   the   publli     work-
department.    Mis evidouoi' related  inline
i.er dock   i-nntrncls of  tlussall   a   f-emleu?
be.ir.in    f ■   .,.■   live   years   ago.   evlemled
ami   nltPI'itl   by   silbvr(|netit    pn\,,le       in- \    |,(iml       nf   Klk    eonsisifUR   id    ,    bull
rungi-meiiis,   nnd  conHlitutliiH   (.mi   m-|tar- l-t wn   cows   nnd   iw.,  yenrllngs    pn        ,i   n
li to      co.iiraris.   The      rontrurloiii     hnva Uerd     nuiuiiM!      n\ei    Ihe   mounlnin   pi,"
roftChed over  JTfiO.OUO. Imviim      sejinnitiil    Inoe   .■■     ,i.-
The inqltlry turned  IVwIgitiR mid (111    c.veml   '..rd-.l    il   -l    miles     from
tug-   There   was    'egulur   i pelillim   ||nriin.-i      ml     ni-quartm   ol   a   mil.     mui
(or this  work. ,..-. there hud  heon no onll   the i ■     Lrac       \    .   .   .■   ■■-.*.<.■■■
im   lenders since   llm  llrst   ronU'nrl     uml    woni    ■ .'   I ■■ i.,-.    n  <i  »e\.   ,     ....
thou  (In-  tenders     wore  for  u   lump sum,   itigruph!"   il   rtitw   -.,,:•■    ,.-   th<   ■■   IiiuiIk
win-re,,-   tlm  rontrnrtor   is   paid   hj      Hi.-   ....      ,,       t,,  K,.1   uhhj   .»wit.(j   '■■  llm
qtiaitllty,   Tho lirsl   price  paid  lot  axon Lpn-p mh.«     \- ii   ,-   mpiu*nible
vatloii   wax f,;, couth „   yndl     iilterwards   i,, -■, .*..■ i,..-i  ll    u    Heroliumi    presideni
rulsotl      to  ;:, .ems     Ktlllnu   w >i r Uu   IVrnli      Uauu    I ■'■■',      .,„	
wns  in. cenU,  uftorwnrdJ"   rniiml  lo     ll'J   i ,   Satnnliij   -->-■   •■■■.,    I I   hu>
.in. uml   ulono    ihe   goie ii   paid   for warden   .(... k   l..-,,-    nmi   ii-'   -,-       alioi
oortli  exciivntlun   ami  enrlli   Itllinj!  down nre     mkiuu  everj   priTiiuilon   tu  proiwti
to Inst March. liS7 mm ,,,,.,„     |l,,j    ,,,,    u,,u,,.   tt(,rd,.n   had been
MoM   of Hi ih  dm,   oui   ,,i   iho i.i,-.   notified   ol      presence  nnd   plight   of the
in  nnd  some  brought   frou nlde   ».i«|,.||.   „   unknown  per*i>ii   I  killed     .,
imod   foi   (illuiL-.   So  l..r  e\or>   ynrd  llmj   y^nrllnj    ..- \.,i   the   carcaHH       ,.,u\
dug nut   tho cuntmciors  goi   Mnr M„.  ,.,.,„,   ,,,,, ,„,„   tlllli,lllL.  „   Vl.r)   ,,„„.
UOVKRNMKN'T    \s   si li i i a I k,\i I nil ,,„,.,   .,.,.,-   ,,,.   ,,„.  ^.^i,,,   ,,,,,...   who. II
Nl.1V    mmftH    III''    rem,ill 1,'    lOutlU'e,     \ j .,|,[,i •■' -■   -I.   I       '.       .,.     lleull    "Ml,    -'-MT.-lj
groai   dnil  ,,i     Un-.  dredglnt!   .mi  lining   fhh-f       um.        ardei   Wlllimns bus boon
was     done   b>    govornmeni    drei|Keji      Ihe   rniiiinui   cnt.il    ■   tl .;    Ihe   ijovernmenl
e.igo r    U(led   lh.il   ihe .,,i,ii„, i,.r lind Luketl    ihells      I ■,,.■.■  any    ll\o  spc
nol   HiifllclOllI   pin III   and   ihul   Hie   ..-'.''le     rlntelis  nl n   i   mu   lu-  eitsllj rttp
oi.-.ii    li he  ,,i,h   fired  ■■  citpubb' -       i.ir.wl
forming  purl   nl iho work      -fore ihe      The           l'mii<eii\o  WW ll ■
Elk Herd near Hosmer
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n ir.
I I SI   nl     \\ll.llll   \MSM
I I     meI    |V i
The   lerm-i   Mere   icm.irknbh' r.'Itlil    11,, i
Th.-     Kovernineitl       i I   Lb Ir.irtoi
;;.   rents      Inl   diggitlfl   uml   113   rents   on
digglt. i ami :iy is j... niiiiui
rents ,.   ymsl   nmi   the  r-••■•■>■•■ nl   mcows       !'■■     M      lh ■ .-.,,..,■   Ftlubbs
diniqusl  He   imilerial   lu   ib«- emhanktaeni     ..i   l\.,u m      ■.,-       ■   •■>   nmn  otlghl      to
81.07   i"      Hn   ciuitr    wl,,,  did   no    "ml   his   I ■■    lib    lol   and   m*   new-
thing: l.'i  .,'i,i-  i,-   il,.'  go\ei    uhiil pel   » .'   usslsl         \-.    ami     he
did   the   ,.,.il can  i"'<   Ihe '„ii    uothiuu    white „t,.\
Knglneer   Vnlb|iiotle  sa.\s  (hm   tHo i    will   he     m,,.|  in  1   him  ,.  bit lo
eminent renllj uol 'M cents, owlnu lo but he renilj niigltl in pnj for Iho nw*
i i.t iiiUuiinn o inn ween  ioow  moniuromont . pnporl
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