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Array '.tbrar? 11 Leg   Aee
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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,    JUNB    5,   WOO.
No. 2!i
Ml GREVSTRIF TO KOOTEHflY WIKless aid     PUDII6 SCkOOl
mn Newspapers.        Report.
PREPARING   FOR  GOVERNOR   OENERAL   Will)  IS  TO   CAMION   TOBY   GREEK.
His   Party   to  Revisit   Scene   of   Last   Year's   Outing--Writes
Premier MoBride on Glories of Kootenay.
Golden wedding. Kootenay Reach- council
es Flood Mart     melting.
Oranbrook, Mny 80 8. 10, Oliver of
Proctor passed through Oranbrook
today mi tils way to tbo boad water*
iu Toby Orool. whore bo will lay out
tlie camping ground which will be
occupied i>y Barl Grey und bis party
next. September.
The governor general intends to re
main during September shooting mid
iishinn in Oast kootenny. Mr. Oliver
cxpoots four parties ol Pngliah sports-
mon to visit oast Kootonay this year.
The following is a copy or a lcttoi
written by Karl Grey to Premior Mo
camp which providence bad ho kindly
provldod for us, Soon alter their do
nurture tho owner of tho camp, Mr,
Barbour, a pucker, with a Canadian
of  Kmtcb  ileneetit,  Caspar  l.e ur
rived, with a paok truln o( i" horso*,
carrying ore. Bo far iron, resontlng
tho occupation of his camp by Strang
ors in1 appeared to be genuinely pleas
ed. When 1 apologised to him for
having helped ourselves freely to his
food be replied, with n broad smile,
that wc wore most welcome; that
Buch was the way of the country and
that be would do the mum* by us
when he struck our camp In our nb
senco
liiu
Wi
AMERICAN        DAILIES FOR
GETTING READY FOR
WIRELESS NEWS
SKRVICE.
THE    MONTH    ENDING
MAY 31st 190!).
LORD AND LADY ROBERTS 50
YEARS OF MARRIED LIFE
QUIET CELEBRATION.
MUCH DAMAOE HAS BEEN DUNE I WHAT THE   CITY   DADS   ARE
oleSB  telegraphy,
Bride last October on bis excellency'
return to Ottawa after a trip over
the trail from Kootenay lake to the
Columbia river, which he considers
so wooderfully scenic thut ho advises
tho establishment ol a national park
in the district with tho object of ut-
11'acting tourists :
Dear Mr.  McUrlde—I  have just   returned to Ottawa from  my trip  to.   —... _____
the west and my first letter must   bo j miles down the road, where we were
one. of thanks to you for the gilt   ol! most hospitably entertained by W
your beautiful province ol one ol the\ Barbour and
most delightful  holidays  I  have over           "'" whlnl
enjoyed since 1  first began  to enjoy
holidays   nearly   llfty   yean
  a conveyor
of news has been placed on a practical basts and the lug Oasternj new*
papers ftro fast making arrangements
tor the uso oi' this Invention. This
condition lias como about slnco the
Inauguration of president Tuft, when
with the use of the wireless the biggest, newspaper beat ever made, was
nmsiini n int nl     in   Philadelphia     and
Halt re.
When every wire leading from Wash
Indton City to the outside world
went down on the night of March Brd
the management of the Munsey pap
DIVISION I.
1>. Claire Caldwell, Acting Principal.
Total  attendance. ... 30.8
Average attendance 80,30
PBRFBGT ATTBNDANOB
Hose     Dumont, Rose Qaaklll, Marguerite Harvey,  Jessie  Kennedy,   Jessie McCowun,     Jessie    Murgatroyd,
Bella Taylor, Irene Wade
DIVISION ii
Mian Klhott, Trm-ber
Total attendance 38.6
Average 'JL\.TS
PBRFBGT ATTBNDANOB
Ruble NoBbltt, Bonedh Stewart.
DIVISION III
Miss Taylor, Teacher.
Total attendance 39.21)
Mr. Lowthor, who is an experienced
Montana ranchman, having helped
him to unpack and attend to the
horses. Mr. Harbour after providing
uh with another meal ol Toby trout,
caught and cooked by the French
Canadian, drove us to his ranch     12
.   . ago.
My first week in British Columbia
was spent in visiting fruit farms at
Grand Forks-, Keremeos, Pentifctou,
Summer land, —elowna, Coldstream,
the valley between Pontlcton and the
boundary, aud the Ruotenays.
Thanks to the kind arrangements
made lor me by the t'.P.U. who were
good enough to place their very com
fortaMo steamers ut my disposal
and to tho N.W.M.P. horses which I
brought with me, I was able to cov
er much ground in little time and In
the most enjoyable manner.
Wherever I went I found the same
enthusiasm and confidence in the future of the fruit industry. With tbo
necessary irrigation, transportation,
nnd labor secured, every yard uf that
country to which water can be led
will be under orchard. If your fruit
industry is properly pushed and car
ed lor, your fruit valleys will soon
show u larger number of Happy, prosperous, wealth producting, beautiful
homes to the square mile than will
be found in ten times a larger area
in any other part of Canada.
I have travelled much but I have
never seen any district offering in a
greater     degree   a   combination     ol
splendid ciimate,    bunutitni     scenery,
rich land und convenient situation.
Your    orchard     at   Fenticton was
where we were met by
which Mr. Oliver had sent up
Cl's,     secured     the use of the United Average  uttendnnce                       117.80
Wireless station on the roof of    the PERFECT ATTENDANCE
New  Williard  hotel.   From there the Gordon     Wallinger, Noel Wallinger,
Washington Times filed the details of Alice     Wood,     Catherine  Whitmorc,
the Inauguration of its sister papers (;i.m.i(. Hlgglns,     Gofl Cooke, Wanda
in the chain,   the Philadelphia Times ^j,^ Vincent     Fink, Nell McCallum.
and Baltimore   News.   As   a     result, [.;,uth McDonald
the ..„
from Athelmere, and which took us
to Windermere, where we found on
our arrival at midnight, excellent accommodation waiting for us at a
comfortable hotel. Here t was met
by Mr. Hyde Baker, In his motor,
who drove us to Cranbrook, stopping
one night enroute ut Wasa. The road
from Windermere to Cranbrook goes
through a most beautiful and Interesting country the whole way. Wo
made out the distance to be from Ar-
genta to Windermere 70 miles and
from Windermere to Cranbrook !I0
miles ; total, Kit) miles.
I have dictated the above in full de
tall to you as I understand the newspapers have hud sensational reports
in big headlines of perils encountered
by me in your snowy mountains.
There Is no truth whatsoever in these
statements. I and the other members
ol our party enjoyed-every minute ot
our walk. Wc often stopped to admire the beauty of the snowy summits. That was the only hindrance
offered by the snow to our progress,
The road the whole way from Argon-
ta to Windermere was a continuous
surprise to me. I am convinced that
if this route were made accessible to
tourists and the steps taken to advertise its. .attractions, you would
bftiig to this part of the province a
steadily increasing stream of visitors
u.. ■■«., jand settlers. I am already consider-
pointed out to me. The view from it j ing if it will not be possible for me
it on the lovely evening on which J ; to bring lady Grey und my daughters
visited it wus so peaceful that 1 very to a camp at Toby Creek next year,
much envy you the happiness in store' There is nothing I should enjoy more
for you when you can spare tho time than to remain there three weeks
to live there. " '','      ^^^™
After u week's contemplation of the
happy future awaiting your orchard
country, I decided to follow the advice of Mr, Oliver of Proctor, a gen
nine lover
that evening no other papers outside
Washington city hud the details of
the inauguration ceremonies.
"Hereafter hurricanes may level
telegraph poles and ice storms may
load the telegraph and telephone wires until they are torn down like spider's gossamer in a hail storm, but tho
Buffalo News will be able to receive
the News of the world uninteruptcdly
through Us own wireless telegraph
plant," is the way Edwin H. Butler,
the millionaire proprietor of the Buf-
falo News, explains the situation.
Work has already been started by
the United wireless concern on the
erection of the station on the roof ol)
the News building. The Boston daily; Whitmore, Doris Wallinger
Herald also has contracted lor a similar station on its own building.
Since the establishment of wireless
communication between New York
and Chicago, the New York Tribune
has made arrangements for a wireless
news service hetween the two cities.
The New York Herald has equipped
its ocean-going, news gathering tug
boat     with a set of wireless lnstru
DIVISION IV
Mlse Boss, Teacher,
Daily attendance 65,9
Average attendance 87.29
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Cerll     Alexander,     Daisy   F.irraut,
Douglas     McCowan,   Charlie Merlin,
Sadie Nesbitt, Hainsfoid Parks, Herb
ert     Stuart, Donald Taylor, Gordon
McKennu.
DIVISION V
Miss Hall, Teacher
Daily attendance 40.1
Average attendance SO.28
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Nellie McKennu,    Mab     Orr, Helen
Fifty years ago on May 17, 1H.V.I tho I
marriage took place at the parish
church of Waierfoid Lieutenant Prod
euck sieigh Roberts, of the Hernial
artillery, and Miss Nora Honrlottn
Bows, daughter ol Oaptaln Bewa ol
the 73rd font.
The fiftioth anniversary ol thai hap
py event was the occasion of a gathering id family and friends at Englo
mere, Ascot, on Monday to celobrato
the Golden wedding of Lord and Lady
Roberts, The young artlllert lleuton-
unt of llfty years ago has achieved
great fame and distinction tli> is
Karl RobertB ol Kandahar, Pretoria,
and Waterford, P.O., K.P.. G.C.B.,
O.C.S.I.. G.C.I.E., V.C., K.C., D.C.
1... I..I..11., O.M.. F.M. He wear.;
scars and medals Innumerable, and
not the least of his distinctions it the
name "Bobs" conferred upon him by
the people ui Britain In token ol af
fection for a great, gentleman as well
us admiration for a great soldier,
If he bud never achieved anything
for the nation his great character,
his simple, single minded pursuit of
the right, his unswerving devotion to
duty and the seivfrc of Britain would
still be a great national asset. There
is not the blemish of n mean word or
action or thought upon the noble re
i cord of his life.
0NJ.THE CROW  BY  THE
FAST RI8INQ WATER
With
WATCH FOR ELECTIONS.
People who Have Eyes and Con
sider the Times Will Look
for Events
--_- It should     not     he intimated that
ments and this paper makes a feature  polititians   take   delight   in   keeping
of gathering news from the ships at, things quiet or thut the leaders take I are
sea.
Newest Dreadnought.
The new Dreadnought battleship
Tomorairo was commissioned by Captain A. U Duff at Devonport on May
15. She is to join the first division
of the Home tiect, which will then
have three Dreadnought, battleships.
A fourth the Superb Will be added
in time for the review at Spithond on
June 12 before the Imperial Press
Conference delegates.
The Teincraire has ten 12m. guns,
with a range of fifteen miles. In her
trials she proved herself a magnificent
ship in a seaway, vibration and noise
being scarcely perceptible.
The vessel is literally full of much
inery, electric motors, of which there
over 180 on board,  lire the guns,
no \ compress the air     for the torpedoc
election
while col
hesitation
the I
was ■
.. month -^—i^^^^^—
If the Ottawa parliament prorogues
sufficiently early I hope to make     a
trip to the Yukon next summer and
„„,„.  „, . , „ I should like to be able on my return
 „   of the mountains,'and to  to spend a month from, say, Sept. IF
try the trail from Kootenay lake   to  in a camp on a spot I have selected
• "-  ■-' «<>  -«-iin Tnhv crppk vallev.   This would no:
the Columbia river. He Informed mc
that he had travelled over nearly every valley in Southern British Columbia arid that the valleys travered by
the trail were, in his opinion, the
most beautiful and interesting of all.
We left Argenta on the morning ot
October 4th, the trail passing along
the edge of a deep and precipitous
canyon of great beauty, through n
fine cedar forest. We remained for a
night ut a camp which bad been pre
pared for us four miles north of thi
summit. Tlie views from this well
sheltered and timbered camp on u
Hat In the lap of the mountains, surrounded by snow covered peaks were
so beautiful that 1 much regretted 1
had no time to remain there and explore.
The trail from Argenta to this
camp, about 28 miles, was good;
some of the bridges however require
attention and one long stretch of cor
duroy contains many rotten planks.
I was fortunate in passing my horses
over It without either breaking their
logs or getting bogged. A trilling ex
pendfture would remedy these defects.
From the summit easterly, down
Toby Creek, there are a number ot
fallen trees across the trail. My nephew, Bex Benson-a boy of P) and
captain of last year's Eton cricket
XI, and Mr. Harold Lowthor a too
ther of the speaker of the British
house of commons, went on ahead
with the one axe we had in the out
fit and chopped about 2B trees which
lay across the trail, but the number
of trees requiring the axe were more
than we could chop, so we unpacked
tho horses and sent them back, and
shouldering our blankets and such
food us we required trumped on
Messrs. Lowthor, Benson, Oliver and
myself.
If the trail had been opened by the
government this spring, as 1 bad been
informed, it was my Intention to ridi
along the trail to the end of the Wag*
on roud up Toby Creek, and to be
driven thence to Windermere. We
were however, obliged to walk and
this necessitated our camping ut Davis cabin, about hall way between the
summit und the bend of the wagon
roud. Again I found the surround
ings of this camp so beautiful that I
regretted I could not, remain there
for dnys instead of hours.
Next morning we proceeded on our
trump down the trail until the head
of the wagon road was reached at
12.45. He we found a comfortable
but tenuntless camp, in which wc,
made ourselves at home, helping ourselves freely to a good men! out of
inviting und unprotected stores. Mr.
Oliver, accompanied by my nephew
who did not appear to ho Inconven
lenced by tbc confinement ol a pair
ol long boots so tight thnt he bad
not been able to take them off since
wo left Argenta, then proceeded down
the road hoping to find a "rig" to
take the place of the conveyance lor
which we had telegraphed, but which.
did not arrive, Mr. Lowther and 11 that
resting meanwhile In the comfortable!
mmms^mwaammmm care *,nK*' their followers disclose
It was because ol the wireless equip- confidences. At the same time it Is
ment aboard this tugboat that the: impossible for thinking men not to
Herald was enabled to score a big' express their opinions as gleaned
news beat at the time of the Repub-■ from passing events. An ex-M.P.P.
lie disaster. i who     visited    Cranbrook during
Negotiations are under way between , races,  was asked  if ai
the  United  Wireless Telegraph  Com-. In sight ?   The M.P.P.
ntinv and several other big dallies .tor. ly    retictent, had no
plants on  the newspaper     buildings, j leaving it to be interred that it wus
As yet no     Pacific Const newspaper ■■ time for the busy  man to get     his
has a wireless plant ol its own,   but 1 think tank in operation aud observe
several dailies receive a news report  the general topic of events which are:    ,,      ,. .   .      .   T   «   A	
by wireless, as well as order a large rapidly taking place. ^ h        1        i  "•     ,  i,, r itir% ,  »
number of specials from points easily ,    The main question to be considered ' l,;ft on  ' Jtttad*» ■    '"»  I  ,
reached by wireless. I to -What is the policy of the govern- | ^Z^X^r^^
hoist the ammunition and coal, cooi
the magazines and supply power for n
wireless telegraph equipment which
can send messages eleven hundred
miles.   10 very part of the ship Is con
wu       nected with a central telephone    ex
Whlle'cordlal- [change.   Her     searchlights are equal
to four million candle power.
the Kootenny rlvei now with
in one foot  ot the high water mark
ol    hist    year and    reports from     tin
mountains    showlnu   tb.it the flood*
ure growing   Worse,   it  is  believed  that
the high record of 1894 will bo pas ed
and gn-at feara are oxprosaed foi
bridges, especially railway bridge on
the Kootonay as that rlvei In run
ning  with  logs.
A report from Michel on Thursdaj
is tu the oflocl thut soveral houei
have been washed down st remit am
that the brldgo is in danger.
A small bridge near fornle woni
out on Wednesday.
The unsafe condition ol the EH
river brldgo delayed tho train sorvlci
n   tho   Clow   line   |or  several      days
but is now in . extra good conditio]
to withstand the Hood.
At Fort Steele the Kootonay is el
ven feet above low water mark, ;
large portion of the Hat west t., tin
is flooded, and great fear is e.\
pressed for the bridge, if logs nov
coining down steam in vast numbon
net jammed against the peci'B.
At Wurdner the O.P.B. may havi
trouble with the bridge at this point
if the river continues to rise, or i
the big boom breaks adrift.
New Protection Cruiser
CANADA  IS NOW OWNER OF   THE
MOST  POWERFUL VESSEL ON
UPPER LAKES,
The fisheries protection cruiser that
was built at Newcastle mi Tyne fo
tin? Canadian government, arrived a
.Montreal harbour this Monday an<
was inspected on behalf of the mai
ine department by Hon. I. I1. Bra
lent- and accepted,
The Simeoe, splendidly built lor thi
government is tho most powerful
vessel, American or Canadian, on thi
upper lakes, She is ospeciully adapt
ed to carry heavy guns and can In
changed into a cruiser. She will h<
itationed for the presenl in the Oeor
gian Bay. It is said her heavy giur
have already been shipped tu a laki
port for her.
High Water at Michel.
H0UST0N8 PLANS.
in Toby creek valley —-.^.^—__
be possible unless the traits are kept
open; the expenditure of a few hundred dollars would bo sufficient for
this purpose.
If I am able to realise this plan I
shall hope to receive you as a guest
in my camp during my stay. I believe you would agree with me that
the scenery between the summit and
Windermere Is as attractive as can be
found anywhere in the Rockies. The
two magnificent glaciers, seen at close
distance, from the summit af the Argenta-Windermere trail, present, with
the beautiful valley of Toby creek,
stretching away in the purple distance of the Rockies, one of the most
beautiful views that 1 have ever seen.
The cedar forests through which
the trail passes from Argenta to the
summit, are in themselves well worth
seeing, nnd I sincerely hope it may
be possible for your government to
save them from destruction.
I also think that stops should he
taken to preserve the forests on both
sides of Toby Creek und would like
to suggest for your consideration the
desirability of sending your forestry
expert, to report ns to the advlsabll
Ity of estabilshlng a forest reserve
from Argenta to the    Junction
_      What is the policy of the govern- ' wV'V'TT, *'"i "       ' .,     i  .."'i
ment or as to its prospective appeal  MIchel, °reok was a raging flood, that
to the country by a dissolution     of f™m,   t0U!7fW   T^ "f^"""
 0  the provincial legislative assembly.   I*"*;™* and thai tbo bridge was  in
Veteran    Newspaper    Man    of fld?nc&
ties     many     anxious and strenuous
John     Houston   —   HI I l»'"te;t"»-'. Pi'Mic a„,l priv
few  days  since
Prince
Rupert
Ring-
be
but we
to get
The prime minis
ter is booked for a tour of the in-
, terior, the general prosperity of tho
was in Victoria a \ province, and well it may not be
The veteran politi-' wise to forecast of what he may
clan and newspaper man is just as \ doing in government circles, bu
energetic and  agressivo us ever.   Ho j are prepared to say to the electors
has been getting out u special edition  of the Cranbrook             '     ~~A
of the "Empire" to exploit the pre-   ready to cast thei
sent    conditions      aud   prospects  of
Prince Rupert and district.
As a pioneer and u keen observer,
John Houston knows more about
this subject than any other man and
whatever he says can be relied upon.
He     defends the climate of the new |
ate     property,
means of travel.
also    securing
Wilson-Watt-
A very pretty wedding took place
Every Little Helps.
"If the Dreadnoughts asked lor an
milt it will give employment to for
y thousand men for two years at ai
average of 30s, a week each," salt
\li. Whiteside, of the Navy League al
ti  meeting at Stoke,  Ncwlngton.
DOING FOR THE WELFARE
OF CRANBROOK
meeting of thi! municipal council
held in the council chamber on
Wednesday evening Them ware pre
lOttl His Worship Mayor Kink, and
Aldermetl Ryan, Hunt. Henderson
and Johnson
Records ot last regulai meeting
were road and on motion of Aldermen
Hunt  and Johnson adopted as read.
A communication from W F Curd
ra the electric light     company     wun
lea.I   and   lileil
Moved     by   Aldermen Johnson and
Henderson "The communication from
W   K   Hind, dated May 27th, l!lOy, be
received     and   filed.   That the Cran-
liionk Electric Light Co., Limited, be
granted an extension ol the terms   ol
the cbntracl  ol May tl, 1908, pursuant to tho terms ot tho contract of
December   nth.   1908, upon the eondl
tlons ol  the last mentioned contract
being  satisfactorily  complied   with.
Alderman Ryan not voting. -Carried.
'Hie  finance   committee then    mud*
hell   regular monthly report nnd  re
commended that accounts to tlie am
mint   of  $2.U*:t.7t;  bfl  paid.   Moved   hy
Aldermen   Henderson  and  Hunt  thut
he report of the finance   committee
lie accepted and the accounts paid,
'an led
Tae Hoard of Works repotted and
presented plans for the improvement
d  linker street and  Armstrong ave.
Il was moved by Aldermen (lender-
ion and Johnson that all yards and
..leys he cleaned up before the l'Jth
if June, and that notice of the same
te published in the Cranbrook Herald
ind the Cranbrook Prospector. That
ill premises and alleys be, cleaned to
the satisfaction ol the sanitory in-
spector,
The city clerk announced that he
lad received a check from the C, P.
It. for lire protection afforded to the
company,
i ui motion of Aldermen Johnson
nd 1 londorson bylaw No. ii I being
lied as the Trades Mcensc bylaw of
1908 he introduced and read a first
hue -Carried,
Bylaw No. ti4 was then read a sec-
md time.
A special meeting of     the    council
vill be held on Tuesday evening next
Moved hy Aldermen Ryan and Hen-
lerson that council adjourn.  Council
adjourned at  10.J)0.
iest he has
EX-MAYOR TUTTLE.
BUYS   160   AfiRBS   OF   SPOKANE
HRAI.TY   FOR   »12,0U0.
W. W. Tuttlc nmvor uf Pontic, 11.
at"the "home of"Mr. and Mrfi. Brechin '!?" "h6fn *h"t t.ow" WB? *"?«d ""' by
on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock when'"" 'ast Au.fst' ,,s, k"Vnf   " "'"'   ".
,.„„„„.„ «. *..- .._.. i .       ' * (quarter sect on of land just west   uf
tormina   city as being nether wetter  David    Wilson    ol the firm ol G. T. t i    . .      . .,        ',    mi,rk„t ,„
nor colder than  that of  Vancouver,. Rogers and Ann Dean Watt of Dun   °J*1,e '"" "JVtawt"
and claims that Is one of the health-  doe,     Scotland,   were united in mar-     „   "'   . '   ,'°\,'   ,,„..„,., „.,, ,,.„,,
as their   hasiriagejty Rev. 0. 0._Main. **™\&%^J°£l^%g*
sand dollars.   It is half a mile west
,„„,,       while    the wedding march,"' the Itolwond  Irrigation district
mo thousand,  while more ! was played by Mrs. Brechin. She wa8feK and 125 acr2fS   ' In c i"
■*««« I SBCSl HJ21 .JESTS'' W' I &on!°VTho™ is a Xro™ h.ll
' ' on the place and 90 acres are in crop.
ample refreshments were served, songs ;,. The. 9glc W!IS m!,'le $r™*l th« "\
were sung und the h.^py company |™ of Beauchamp & Hoiking, which
broke up in the early hours-. J'™ **" hnve chtir*° ,)f the Bale     "'
Among those present were Mr, and:   lie truc1*-	
Mrs. John McKay, Miss Thompson,
the Misses Somerville, Miss Wilson,
sister of tlie groom who has lately
arrived from Scotland, W. Ij. John
Doznl 1, T. Oalcraft   and   A.
Pius has a Birthday.
The I'ope was 74 years old June
having been born al. Kiese on Juno
1835.
In accordance with his wish the c
ebrution of the day was private.
A High Old Time.
Ob, soon the bold joy rider
Will invite his bostcst girl,
And in the borrowed airship on tin
swinging seat beside her,
Through the realms ot upper dark
ness will enjoy a starry whirl
ver known, as tneir   nan , •«• e>- •■*  	
not been a single death from natural ■ who has just arrived from Scotland,
causes during the three years that he j entered the parlor on the arm of Mr.
has been there.   The present populn-1 Brechin,
l^^[^^_ ^^™»^»^-—.^.n^^
than two thousand men are woriuug l-••«••'    -•>
for the railway company. while   the groom wus upheld   by   W
In the splendid edition, which isU* Johnston. After the ceremony
beautifully illustrated, he gives a
list of no less than one hundred and
lifty business houses already established. This will come as a surprise
to the outside world. They are all
making money and expect to make
more. He thinks that the tlrst bun |
drod   miles     ol railway will he com
i To Stop Pelagic" dealing"
In letters received hy local sealer.-
ut Vancouver, negotiations are ro
ported to be in progress at Washing
ton between Canada, the imperii!
government and the United State
for a suspension of pelagic scaling foi
several seasons, the sealers to reccivi
o   pensation for their loss.
x, English Beat Americans.
IS very one interested in outdoor ride
Mooting is disappointed at the showing made by the American team
igainst tbc British and Australians
'ti the three corned international in
iloor match with .22 caliber rifles. The
natch wus shot with lifty men on u
ddo and the British beat the Ameri-
■ans with a score of 14,683 against
■he American score of 14,179.
The average per man on the American team was 2s:i and on the Bag*
list) team 291.
The Australian scores have not yet
lecn received, but it is very improb-
ible that they     defeated the English
eiiin. It was a clean victory (or the
iSnglishmcn because the National
Hitle association took great pains to
idecl the best shots available in this
country.
Tlie American team, however, was
hurriedly got together and in most
instances the men shot without any
considerable systematic preliminary
practice. They also used a style of
'.arget with which many of them were
unfamiliar.
,-^t.
The Latest Joke
Sir Wil
Spring     and Toby Creeks, and north  pietod     by the end of the year, andiron, A
and south about twenty miles. , tWll     mimlr0(1     aml im.v mtlos from I Fowler.
I have been to the Yellowstone Pr!nCfl Rupert juiflm| 1)y fcn0 P11(1 0f
park and do not  hesitate to say that   il(]|
the area to which 1 have referred is I Afl' t(, his [|Wn ,)1(lI)K no is ftiroft^ing
more grand, more varied and attrac* publishing an afternoon daily the
tIvc- "Bulletin,"  nnd  a  weekly, the "Km
During my trip tho early October p|ro.M He is taking up two inergun
lOlorlng of the upper treos, between thaler linotype machines and will
the glittering white of a recent snow start a morning daily so that he will
Hurry on the tops and the dark  for -^amassssmmmmmw^^^^^^^^^sssssm
ests of the valleys below, the singular clearness of the atmosphere, and
the reflections of the blue sky and of
the mountains in the pools und the
lakes, formed a series of pictures
which from the nrtist's point of view
left nothing to be desired. 1 wus informed by Mr. Oliver, who bus trumped through these vulleys ut all times
of the year, that the coloring, though
varying each week, is equally benutl-
fulduring every week of the year the
trail is open. If this is so, and I can
readily believe it, you have an opportunity which seldom falls to tin'
iot of any government.
1 understand my party is the first
pleasure party which bus mnde use of
the Argenta Windermere trail. I am
confident thut. if this trnll is made
known und necessible to tourists, it
will be made use of each year by an
increasing number ol people in search
of rest, health, beauty and recreation
viz. : nrtlstB, sportsmen, botunists,
geologists, forest lovers und mountaineers.   To secure this, the first nc-
The happy couple will reside in the
residence recently erected by Mr. Wilson in the north end of the town.
Mr, Wilson is one of the worthy, sue
cessful men of Cranbrook and the
best wishes of nil will be extended to
him aud his bride.
It is all over the province
friil  l.nurier requests Wm. Sloan, es
. IM.P.  for Comox-Atlin  to become tin
leader of the opposition. Better ha
made him minister of mines, inste
of Wm. Tempt Oman.
Mine  Accident.
June Eclipses.
have three papers on his hands, and
with his usual courage will be prepared     to    defy   the World—that is the j    m .      .. _ .    . ,.
newspaper world.   Although     ho has     J™  |»"t"';c»lnf sp»tat to I.     he   	
nothing to say on tho BUbjMt, there astronomical world occurs during tho  „r„lu. ,lw   , „,„, j,
is considerable talk of John Houston "™l!nt "J"""1'   These events will be nato ,„„„ aga|n8t tl,
ll(,l      .    ,,.,..,„ ,„,. .„.,.ii„,nr„tnl.v! eclipses ol the moon and sun, the Ir-
honors
tion.
candidate lor parliamentary
at   the next provincial elec
Will Meet the  Premier-
Tho visit, ol Hon. Richard McBride
on his proposed tour of tho interior
ol tho province Is liolng looked or
with considerable pleasure l.y tho
Conservatives ol the city and many
other admirers of tho premior. Pro
narntionB are. under way tor a reception to lie tendered to the premier .in
his arrival and lor n demonstrative
mass mooting, on tho ovoplng or the
day. The meotlng will not bo Intond-
ed to have political significance hut
will he nrrangod so thnt a gonoral
expression ol admiration lor a native
son who baiipens l.y the oxigonciefl of
stand lor the present
mer took place on  Friday  when  the
moon was totally eclipsed and Its 1/
tallty     lasted    about      ' ' '"
lunar eclipse wai
earth.
On June 17 tho sun will he eclipsed
and visible as a total eclipse in tho
region of the north pole, and as n
partial eclipse In other portions nf
North America.
an boar.   The
visible over half the
liiippeiied Wednesday
mine. Coal Creek. Iiy
named   Al.  Ward  lost
.vas ontorlng tho mine
1 conl ears, when one
eil the unfortn
side of the tun
., .rushing him to death,   lie only
uuneil  work   live  days ae
lldny in tho old country
An a
night ii
which i
his life
with i
■eideat
So. 6
driver
I list line
Local News.
Mrs. John Shaw lies returned altei
spending a week at Sirdar,
J.  A.  Broloy and w.     DeLong ol
Keruie were in town Friday.
,,tt  -if Uthbridge
city  Friday.
A. U.  I'an
ol Hawkins
Cranbrook
llsiill and  C
Wis,, were
•"liday.
P, hllllngsol
ellests nl    tin
I   F   Barnard ol Wlnneapolls    wat
the Cranbrook Friday.
anil Mrs F
n Friday loi
in exposition
M      VanWormei
Hoattlo i" attend
It    II
painting
ilenee,   i
Short
of the '
Iso    Mr.
llvil-
;    l-'.i
-inpi
Ha
Czar to Visit King.
Petersburg, June 3—Emperor
Sicbolas will visit King Edward at
('owes August 2 -The Russian imperii! squadron will s:o first to Cher-"
bourg, arriving July 31 and staying
until the next day. It will then crosa
,ver to (owes and according to present arrangements return from Cowes
to Russia in time for the manoeuvres
>f the imperial guard which begins on
'he 12th. This visit returns the call
nade by King F.dwanl on Emperor
Sicholos at Revel a year ago this
month. The visit ol the emperor Ni-
•holas to the king of Italy has ap-
mrcntly been abandoned.
after
Mi     .1    Allen  is booki
p,,ul June I2tl  the
Obnmplaln
I I..i
stem
WalKloy OhcrhauRer.
ce'ssity would appear to be the taking ''"''.V'"! !"? '', ,, „.,„,„ „
of the necessary steps to prevent tbo"1 ' *• """J °   ""' l;:,v V, ,   b,.,', ,V
trees from being cut or burned.     It *' i;i™V,   " \" ,"I|'""",II      '     " '",,
would   also   be desirable to prohibit :m.w ,,v   ,,""      (K"' 1      T»   -««
the kllllno ol nil birds and nnv hutM*™ meeting us to any proposed rail-
dangerous   d stric ive ftntaal"  8   1   wa* """^ "n'1 &mm] ""Utlc"1 ""'H   The r',sl,lenc" "' Hl,m Harrison, lo
as mountain lion" ami sUver tips   I  : cy "' t,le BOV«rnmont which he loads. | cated two miles south ol Wnrdner
this    a™ might comblM tne:It   ls   »ntid'"'tl!l1     "'»t the visit ol  the east bank ol the Kootonay     was
tnis    area migni combine tno Hon   Mr   McBrilln w|11 occur   s„me, | destroyed by fire on Thursday even-
Continued on page 5 ; tlme ln June. | lngi
Will Have Fall Pair.
A meeting ol the shareholders ol
tho Park Association was held in tho
Cranbrook hotel on Thursday even
ing to hear the report ol the commit*
tee. who bad charge ol the race meet
on tbc 24th ol May. At the meeting
it was decided to hold a two day's
meet during the coming fall tn eon
nection with the lair to be held by
the Cranbrook Agricultural Association.
A very pretty
al the roslllonco
A. Cliisholni
when tho Rev
marriage M
Cranbrook ti
hnlisrr.
Alter llie coromon
groom received the
l.beii friends present
a dainty wedding e
Mrs. Ohlsltolm.
voddlng  took  pi
[  Mr.  anil   Mrs
i Thursday evonh
I!   I limbos united
JnSOpIl   Walk Icy
Miss Millie I,. Oho
.1.   I.awsiill   i
was n   guest
day    Mr      I,
' water and sc»
I     fllnsgow,
,1   the   Cianlii
lotlan
,,k   Fi
W.
.1     nil.I
Flic.      i
looking i
mult urn
W
orngo i
Inrli
Innts
,,l     Rnslnstoko
■cell
nnbrnok  itu
y  tbc bride    and Ii
congratulations ol b
, and partook   "f li
ipper prepared  by r
ver (In- dial net  Inl  g I llg
land
oteiuiy rlvei was four Incho:
Ftiilny than tlie record    n
H  is thought     that     Ul
,1-ci     record of L80<9 will b
Probably Greatest Ever.
Syracuse, N.Y . June 3 -Shortly af-
ter seven o'clock this morning the
•Ive transcontinental cars bound lor
Senttie left tins city headed by their
pacemakers,  who bold them in check
IS liu a- Bt, I.mils The cars reach-
ed Riitfaln tonight according to sche-
lulo Nn accident has marred their
Inurney thus tar    The drivers are in
 d -.pints and Bay that all recorda
i.i long distance tours will be stint
tered when they reach the Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition.
(i. T. P. Crop Report.
Wlnnlpo
idn
epi
cliei
Earl Grey'B Departure.
As a rule the. annual reports ol tin
banks are only Interesting tn Bharc
j holders, but when they reflect a great
t increase in the general  prosperity o
.  tin ant.ry they are worthy of mon
tbun a passing glance,
Ottawa,     June 2      His excellency
Hie govomor general, returned yester
day from Kingston.   Hart (Roy's lie
parture for England is set (or .Iuno|    Ml
I;   ills excellency will be accompan- J?"™1
ftfi    :SinTK Hoya. IburK of Canada
I.   Canada and     Will entertain Lady  and     will    have charge ol the Can
Aberdeen during her visit to Ottawa. | brook branch.
and Mrs. W. A. Scharti o( Van
were guests at tho Cranbrook
Friday,   Mr.  Schart-/ roproaents,
, .lute' -i  The Grand Trunk
way   issues n  Hplendid  re-
winrii conflrma tho prev-
a as to the situation in
  Krom Rivers. Melville, Mali mis, NokomlB, ntggar, Scott und
Wnlnrleht, word comoe thai the pros-
pocU hii' vimy brlRhl and that   the
cropH      are   hi   ROfld  shape     Kxrelicnt
wcnthoi candltlona prevail and epn-
dltlone are considered better than at
Ibis time a year ago.
St   Ives in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, .lune :i Henri St. Ivea,
tin- Marathon runner, arrived here
tbis morning and will runn a bitwn
mile rare with John D. Maish, the
Winnipeg champion, at the Happy-
land cmirse tomorrow cvenlnir.
Perhaps the time will come when
the |,uurier government will purchase
nn airship and the locnl editor can
announce that "Sir Wilfrid dropped
down on his Oranbrook friends today." Pare
TIIF  PROSl'ECTUlt,     rltANllltlillK. |l_
SATURDAY,   JINK
1909,
i^i
iS
1
iiiei|e!lrilc!lc!le!lc'[i.'ili',,li'llil,lii!iaullidk-.! I i
T |[ BEAT FOR WEAR—FDR STILE
Phearson's
O O T S
FOR  MEN
Cinderella   Boots
For Ladies
it
mm
Ik
Procurable only at
Q. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP
CRANBROOK, B
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
tf, Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling In Connection!
Nearest to niilroiul depot,   litis aooouimo-
datlons   for   thu   public;   unequalled  in ?J
Oranbrook,
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
H'tSHot and Cold Baths Proprietors      i
SS
Mr
(More bread and Better bread
 And the Reason for it
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ASTR
be ii
STRONG Fl.or'R can only
Btuailf from strong wheat.
Manitoba hard wheal is aclcnow*
lnljjpil the strongest in the world -
and that is the kind used for
Purity Flour.
But that's not all. Every grain
of this wheat contains both high-
grade and low-grade properties.
In separating the high-grade parts
fnun the low-grade tlie Western
Caaada Flour Mills put the hard
wheat through a process bo exacting
that not a single low-grade port
has the remotest chance of getting
In with the high-grade.
that'
course this special process is
expensive to operate but it
s n lot to Purity Hour users—
; why we use it.
it means that Purity Flour is
made entirely of the highest-grade
flour parts of the strongest wheat
iu the world.
Il meansn high-class, strong flour
nml therefore yields "more bread
uml better bread."
Purity may cost a little more
than some flours, but results prove
it the cheapest and most economical ufter all.
PURITY
FLOUK
Western Cam
Office, Winnipeg, M
V. \    Pr.OCR
\Iti.i,'-  Cc
ills at St. Hon!
■any,  Limited
.- C.oderlch, llrandou.
[      EAST   KOOTENAY
I i DISTRICT  LOCAL  NEWS >
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MOYIE LEADER.
SURVEYORS AT WORK.
Locating Line From   Jaffray  to
Fort Steele and Down to St,
Mary's River.
FERNIE.
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
seen from the
a    pi
Aeroplane.
Saw a pair of Chinese gardeners
busy on a Victoria ave. residence.
We wunt a green Fernie (lawns, trees,
etc.,) hut a white U. C.
Saw u trio of jolly fishermen take
tin impromptu hath in the cold waters
of the 1511c a few miles below Elko.
Pishing in that locality will not
bring very good results during the
next few weeks.
Saw a tent collapse nnd heard a
warning cry "dnve the child." Walter Jeffries was hauled from the debris a few minutes later without a
scratch,
Saw four bank clerks of neat appearance trying to conceal the contents of a brown bottle hy placing it
under their belts. This wus on Pel-
latt ave. on Sunday.
The Provincial government has Is
sued a proclamation announcing n
bounty on coyotes, horned owls and
golden eagles, No reward is offered
for the destruction of members
fraternal organisations bearing the
names ol the two predatory birds
nbove mentioned, however.
Methodist Church.
SUNDAY, JUNE B.
Children's service at 11. A bIk
c for the boys a
ill are cordially
FOLEY'S
\v Y\ EL
SODAS
.inI i'tiL'lii serv
giri,    to which
Mir.I
SlMlil.lV   SCI I
-.- bible classes i
it ■ > ,,n„. hour.
The pastor .
Ministering Shade
.-.inn- (riven to nil
who so to no "t.li
Tlie church [loom
.creencil   a that
i--sum ni three, ul
i   men uml women
ill proach mi "The
.v," at. 7.80,    A mtI-
vlBltors, uml those
-1 place nf worship.
anil windows are
In- building will he
sept
Tu,
hi
^^^^^ urili l.i
erai v evening ; suhject
.-.,-11    Collection
Wednesday   Pi
!-ii nroquet, .ill
weather
8. I.It
('rum-
gC
Thin
l-'n.l.i
THINK OF "FRESHNESS
AMD FOLEY'S'■ T'JGl. IH.It
WHEN    VOU    DUV    a.OAl
I'rnyoi
huh pru
. \TION
ut. 8.
lit   8.
We
pile-
ink,-  Inl,'
upon <i,;
never tind that In Foley's Sodas
»>'  ,   m'   •"-',  I     \. .I„|.|„i,i
iiiadi'lli   I, vi I, van mil
'■• I'nu.r.   'I	
i, Hal
You
In
Ml    I'l.i'll
I  '     |.,-,ll-|-
I uey. are well llimirnil, well mi I,.  properly packed fresh sodas.
Foley Bros.  Larson & Co.
IOMONTON WINNIPEG
■■■■■il,EEEEEEEE"«"J»mirrar. :j.
VANCOUVER
mombci u
society rep
McNubb, M
ell uml Mi
gothci -ii
I.,,.| i- al
Mi- « |i
Hroiighton
illy
A
-ui.I H
■ii     elect!
•   .111 i,t I VI-
K   I'n 11
Chat-Ion Baker
h    tho   presli
uml Kpwui
-MrKmliim- no,
Inrm  tlie t|im
'I     Un-    Vl',11
MEETING,
metnhers   und
ii Monday hint
weie iinmlnnt
if ensuing year
John Hhaw, .1
Rncklyoft  Tin
till'   inllnwinr
Mm     ,1,    It
, Mm. li. I'nw
Those tn
louts ol tin
Hi I
I   Mi
A whole carload of St. Eugene ore
will he on exhibition ut the Seattle
fair.
Circular letters are being mailed to
the shareholders of the Aurora Mining und Milling Company, Limited,
notilying them of the ordinary annual meeting ol the company whicli will
be held In McGregor bull. Moyie, on
Tuesday, tune 8th, at 7 o'clock, p,
in.
The tailings Irom the St. Eugene
concentrator are to he put to good
use. The C.P.R. is ut present putting in a siding on the west side ol
the track near the old slime plant
and will load ears from the big pile
ol tailings which has accumulated.
These tailings will be used ns ballast
on various parts oi this division of
the road, and will be the dnest kind
of material for the purpose. There
will be practically no end to the supply, for about 400 tons of this material is curried oil irom the mill in u
Hume to the dump on the west, side
of the truck every 2-1 hours.
artcrly
ondlng
'KUO
•I    F.
olile
April
A-I.nr,   Hi
east aud
trie).
me ai riving fi<
Oranbrook  ilh
up  in  Mi
of bank
Oration
A crowd of Mormon* in Alberta
mobbed three gentiles, two men and
m woman. Thenc are notno ol Fran Ii
Oliver's law abiding and orderly cit
Am
isperll
ll'tW
ik district
.. Goodevo,
IIK
make
on ns A   8. 0
in   Hie    Kootenay,
visit, tn Cranbrook,
M.I
he w.ii;m,in>''"
limbic i
:tC(-'""'1'   with (ir
anied by Harry Wright, ex-M.P.P,      'wai
"'■•   ; tlsfactory to know thai
council   lias   'lecided   In   iin
in Ht.reets and sidewalks,
ithoiil a minute's notirn     is
ird   ''lanwilliiilli   expects.   (Jit
says, i.s only waiting a mv-
pportimlty in pick n quarrel
Hit Britain, and let louse tho
flogs without notice of any kind.
Aiioe Bounded.
The Alice mine near Creston has
been bunded by its owners, an Kn«
lish company represented here by T.
0. Proctor, to Ii. H. Ley and (bail
es B, Sherwin oi Rlondcl. The pro
perty has been worked for some years
by its present owners aud was pre
viuiisiy held by John Sampson. A
considerable amount of development
work has been done and it is stated
that a very largo amount of high val
ue silver lead ore is in sight. Local
ed on the property is a concentrator
with a capacity of .Mi tons a day and
the mine is lifted up with bunk houses and everything necessary for an
immediate resumption of work i< is
the intention of Messrs. Ley and Slier
win to commence shipment with the
least possible delay.
United Services.
On Sunday, June 6th, the Baptists
and Presbyterians will worship in
n services. In view of the Hap
tist church undergoing repairs both
services will be hold iu Knox I'res
torinn church at II n. mf and 7,30,
I'ho choirs have practiced together
and In the evening will render the
beautiful anthem "The Lost Chord,"
by Sullivan. The sermon subject of
the evening will he "Fleeing from the
('nil of (iod "
(IKK Fop (UNOLAND.
o —
Hon. Mr, Fielding will soon ro tn
London, to ho follnwod Inter by lion.
Mr. Urodour, Sir Frederick Dordan
nnd Hon. Mr Graham, Mr. CJrahnm
will Invostlgate tho operation of gov j
ernment railways in fieiinany and oi
the  Continent elsewhere,
CORPOTATION   OF   THIS CITY OK
ORANBROOK.
For the past month surveyors have
been engaged in locating a line from
Jaflray on the Crow's Nest branch
as far math us Fort Steele. The line
as located follows approximately the
east bank of the Kootenny, just
above high water level.
The new line crosses the Crow's
Nest line twice before reaching the
Kootenay in the vicinity of Wnrdner,
and it is reported ns being part oi
the reconstruction of the Crow's Nest
as well as a line to the north.
The surveyors report that their instructions were to lay out a line as
far north as Fort Steele, they also
say that a party of explorers coming
down the St. .Mary's river will make
connections with the line at  Steele.
It is not definitely known whethei
the surveys are for the Kootenay Central or the Crawford May Railway of
for both companies. It is possible
that the C. P. U. is about to build a
line to their immense timber areas
just, above St. Wnry's lake. But he it
as it may, it is certainly the iuten
tion of the latter company to build
brunch roads through Southern
Kootenny in the near future.
Humors are to the ctTeei that n
road   will be built   to Crawford     of
Pilot Hay, to tllO smelter at the latter place, It is woll known that a
railway travel sing through tho St.
Mary's country  would  find  il  a  pro
titable invest incut, as that portion of
the district has wonderful resources
in mineral nnd  forest   wealth.
•alf.
h
HI
■■&
'iWtf
Wi
CffftjoSK i ■
m
Wrni
^m4
71-. l*re 'it m'■•
;]; \     Honored by Women
'ill  HI When u Minimi, upeukh of her ^atw
ileal secret Milli-iinti s\\t
ttUt»U you. Millions have he*
ktowsu thin mark uf con ft •
denuu on Dr. K. V. Pierce,
ul l.utbthi, N. Y. Everywhere there are women who
ItCtir willies* tu the wonder*
working, ciirinii<power of Dr.
I'ieree's Pitvorite Prescription
- which seven the suffering sex
from pain, and Micccssfidly
;>ruppteK with woman's weuk-
itetitieii und stubborn  ills.
IT MAKES WRAK WOrtKN STRONQ
IT   HAKES  5ICK  WOMEN  WELL.
No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con-
fidence   misptaeed   when   she   wrote   for   advice,   to
thu World's Dihpbnsary Mrdical Arsociati
It. V, fierce, President, Buffalo. N. V.
- ' !*"'t tt itt'lneo mild natural bowel minemtnt once a day.
Dr.
Are you feeling languid and all run down is It 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 art.
The months of winter have tried you sorely and robbed
you of more vitality than your system has been able to re-
^^ plenish. You are in need of a good tonic wh«h will revive you
and bring back that old-time vim and energy. PSYCHINE willdo this.
Mr. jEmes Stoliker, ol Rldgetown, SEys: -"THERE IS LIFE IN EVERY DOSE.
I cannot speak too highly ol PSYCHINE, lor il is the greatest medicine I ever used.
I was just 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
life in every dose." You cannot do without PSYCHINE it this time ol the year. It
is a necessity and will banish that tun-down feeling, languor, etc., and give you new
lite. Send to DR. T. A.SI.OCUM, Limited, Spadlna Ave., Toronto,«lor a sample
to-day, «or purchase a bottle Irom your
local Druggists or Dealer.
PSYCHINE Is sold everywhere at 50c.
and $1.00 per bottle.
■fiiftl:IMiaiiMimilil;li:tllliB:iiHM:lia
Truth Will tiomo Out,
Kontvfllo, N. a., Juno I Tho grand
jury brought in w true bill today
against Walter M, Oarruthorfl nn a
clinrgo of libel nn the nccusntlon ol
Sir Frederick Hnrden. The libel con
Bistort fi' the dtHtrlbution of certain
letters thnt wen- written by Mrs. Allison In which were atatomonts reflcct-
NOTIOH TO CONTRACTORS
Court House, Fernie.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Court House, Fernie, B. C,"
will be received by the Hon. the Minister of Public Works up to noon of
Wednesday, the 9th day of June 1909,
for the erection and completion of a
Concrete and Brick Court House at
Fernie, B. C.
Plana, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 10th day of May, 1909, at
the offices ol the government agent at
Fernie; the government agent at Nelson; and at the Public Works department, Victoria, B, C.
Kaeh proposal must be accompanied hy an accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister of Public Works,
for a sum equivalent to ten per cent,
of the amount of the tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete tlie work contracted
for. The cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
bo returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered un-
lesn made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, und enclosed in the en
volopea furnished.
The lowest or any tender not ncces
jsnrily accepted,
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Winks Department,
Victoria, B.C., May 4th. 1909.       U
CRANBROOK LAM) DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay;  Southern
Division.
Take nocice that I, Oliver Harvey
Barber of Vancouver, B.C., occupation real estate agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands : Commencing at a post planted at the north
east corner of timber license 3236 being on the south hank of the St.
Mary's river, thence west 80 chains ;
thence north 60 chains more or less ;
thence down stream of said river to
place of commencement and containing 320 acres more or less.
OLIVER HARVEY BARBER.
May 1st, 1909. 22-9
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of East 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 It) chains N of S.E. corner of
lot 41-12, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thence west -10 chains
thence north 30 chains, to point of
commencement.
Percy Charles Coe,   Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated April 15, 1909 19
ing mi the
etor id
Frodc
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Tlcl
i nt.
iliiyn,
RAILWAY
ORANBROOK
TO
SEATTLE.
$25.00
mi will, ilnlly  Mny 29th to
l''innl     return     limit   If,
NOTIOB
 n
Tnlio notico thnt I Intend to apply
tn the Biiporlntontlent nl provincial
polico iit'ti'i' thirty (M) dnyn Irom tho
first npponranco nf thin notico tor tho
triinsi'i'i- from otirselvoa tn Willium .1.
Allan uml A. I. Orowloy nf tin. li
I'i'tiM' tn mill Intoxicating llqiinrH at
thi' Palis View Hotel in Marysvillo
liritisti Oolumhla.
OHARLOS B, PINOH
lliiti'il April 80tn, A.II., 1909,        21
Stock Quotations
hut in,!  Inter Limn Oct,
III.
NOTIOB,
Notico Ik liiM-nliy given thut I have
left   my   outstanding accounts with
M. A. Macdonald, nf Harvey, Mrf'nr-
tor Si Macdonald, lor collection.
ID JOHN DEZALL,
omplolo
nr wi'll.i.
apply i,
i. m,
n r
•IIIKV
A., i
'mi,
nt i
Public notico In
nil yards and allcj
up tn tho sntisincti
Inspector mi or
19119.
T.
Muy 3, 19119.
hereby glvon that
3 must In; donned
ui nf the Bnnitury
holoro Juno 19th,
w.
ROBERTS,
Olty Clerk.
23-2
ORANI1IIOOK  I,AMI DtHTRIOT
ICnsI   Kootenny, Southern Division
I
Till!
0 nice
nnllst,
Hon  In
ei'llmd  I
planted
0'I25,     thonco west su chnlnB, thenc
muiLli su chains, thonco north sn olmln
to iiliirp of commencement, containing
(iin ncroB more or lews.
A. B. Draco, Locator.
Dated April zist., 1909. 20
notico   Uml     I,    Anilrow H
nl Oriinliroolt, acenpntlon Jour
inli'iiil tn upply for pormls
purchase tho following ilos
iiuls : Commencing uL n [xml
ul     tho N.W. cor ■ nl Int
TENDERS WANTED
"Toiuloi'B will iii! recoived up to
Thursday, Mny 27th, fur work nf in
stalling ii Bowor from engine Iioubf
to the olil Man river at Maolood
Plana uml spoclllcnttons mny he seen
uml nt.her Information obtained ut
the iiIIIit nf Llie Roflldont Engineer.
Cranbrook, It. 0. The company re-
survoB Llie right, to reject any and ull
tondors.
K.  L.  CIIIIDLEIOH.
Acting Superintendent,
Oranbrook, May 18, 1909." 21-11
W ANTE D.
LIVE ROCKY MOUNTAIN OOATR
Live Rnciiy Mniintain Goats arc
/anted lor /.oologlenl purposee. Per-
MiiH to catch and export these ani-
imlii will tie Issued by the Provincial
ut hiii'it ii'H.      address:—
DR. CECIL FRENCH,
Naturalist.
Washlncton, D.C.
As Kinuislicd hy
IIKA1.E & ELWELL, Oranbrook
April 19th,
Bid
Aurora  Consolidated smeltcru
LI. 0, Amulgiimnii'd Goal .04J
B. fl. Clipper 5.7B
Canadian Marconi 1.50
Canadian (.nldHelds .01
t'lllliidiall Northwest  Oil      .80
Consolidated Smelters    77.00
Cranbrook Fire Brick
Dfaninnd Coal .55
Diamond  Vule Coal
Dominion Copper
International  Coal
Nicola Conl Mines Ltd
Nipissing .
Nugget (fold Mines
North Star
Mcdlllivray Crook Coal
Rambler Cariboo
Royal Collieries
Society Girl
Sullivan
Western Oil (ord.) 1,40
WcBlorn Oil '(prof)' 2.28
Veteran War Scrip       450.00
.12J
.ur
,05
.01
10.75
.70
.08)
".14
.38
B.C
1909.
Asked
.25
.in;
0.25
1.75
.05
.35
83. Oil
1.10
.00
.15)
.5.1
.07
.04}
11.25
l.OO
.12
.141
.35
.25
.00}'
1.7S
4.00
050.00
FOR SALE
Humes am    a||    thoroughly
1 BAY MARE AND COLT.
2 HAY MARES, 2 and 4 years old,
1 GRAY MARE, 5 years old,
ThiiHO ho
broke       ^^^^
Wagnn and harness. One Bog and
Bush Plow, and a large number of
other fanning utensils.
Will sell the whole in one lot for
$000.00.   Apply to
II. BURTON,
Oranbrook, B.C'.
ron hai.r
iws.   Pelves,   Pure   Hrod   llorkshlre
PlgH, RggH tcr Bottlng, Puro Plymouth
k.    Apply,   Willie,   WullllHIl',;. Pan j
THE PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK, P
SATURDAY, JDNB
FOR SAT.BI AT THK ORANBROOK
DRUG A D BOOK STORKS
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice Is hereby given that thirty
(30) days after the UrsL puhllcatloa
of tLts notleu 1 Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lauds aud
Works for the district of Eust Koot-
tcnuy for a license to prospect for
Coal und petroleum on the following
described lands : Situated eust of and
adjoining J. \V. Blukeley's location,
being the northwest corner of 0. A.
Wulther's location, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chulns, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80
thuins to the place of beginning containing 640 acres more or leas.
G, A. Walthers, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
v-80) days after the tirst publication
of this notice I intend to upply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands ana
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenuy for a license to prospect for
coal und petroleum on the following'
described lands : Situated south of
aud adjoining Ed. Hurtz's location,
commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner, being Caroline J.
Cunning's northeast corner post,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence eust 80 chains to the pluce of
beginning containing 640 acres more
or leas.
Caroline J. Cunning, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April iBt, 1909. 18
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay
Take notice thut I, George J. Hunter of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation hanker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lauds, commencing at a
post plunted about three and a halt
miles north of the International
boundary line and about one and a
half miles north east of lot 7841 and
adjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry B. Hyde's and Henry Riviere's
application, being the northwest corner udjacent to the south west corner of Arthur C. 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 640 acres more or less.
George J. Hunter, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 30th. 190'J. 16
OKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Launcelot E.
Bolster of Sturgeon Falls, Ontario,
occupation doctor, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the foi
lowing described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of the International houndurv
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 chuins, thence west 8*) chuins
thence north 80 chuins, thence east
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Launcelot E. Bolster, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Henry Ernes!
Hyde of l'incher ('reek. Alberta, occupation bunker, 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 und
about one mile north of tho northern
boundary of lot 7841 and about a
quarter of a mile east of the eust
hank 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
of commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
Georgo W. Kerr, Agent.
Henry Ernest Hyde, Locator.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, David Warnock
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, vetorinary
surgeon, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase tho following described lands, commencing at a post
planted about 4 miles north of the
International boundary and about 2
miles north of lot 7841, and adjacent
to the northeast corner of George B,
Bolster's application, being the south
cast corner, thonce west. 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
the point of commencement und containing 640 acres more or less.
David Warnock, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, P)09. 16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
Take notice thut 1, Bva Wood Cuiie
of Newmarket, Ontario, married wo
man, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
'lauds: Commencing at a post planted 80 chains south of the southeast
corner of Lot 421, group i, Kootenay
District, thence north -In chains,
thence west In chains, thence south
40 chains, thence oast 40 chuins to
point of commencement containing
160 acres more or less,
Eva Wood Cane, Locator
Hurry Melton, Agent
Duted April 16th, 1909. 18
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District nf Kast Kuotcuuy.
Tuke notice Unit John Cunuoti of
Oranbrook, B. 0,, occupation checker, intends to apply for permission
to purchase tho following described
lands : Commencing ut u post plant,
ed ut N.K. corner of lot 8S8S, thence
eust tu S. E. corner of lot 4142,
thence south to north boundary of
lot 123, thence west to S.E. corner of
lot 8535, thonce north to point of
commencement,
John Cannon, Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated  April  IS,  1909 19
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
BOOM    THE   PROSPECTOR—THB
PIONEER PAPER OF BUST
K00T1NAT.
NOTICE
Take notice that we intend to apply
tu the Superintendent of Provincial
Police after thirty days from the first
appearance of this notice for the renewal of the license to sell intoxicating liquors at the Fulls Vie* Hotel,
Marysvllle, D. C.
Dated May 1st, A.D., 1909. 19-4
ALLAN & CROWLEY
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
(30) days alter the tirst publication
of this notice I intend tu upply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenay for a license to prospect for
coul and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated on Akamina
Brook, west of and adjoining the
southeast li. 0, Lund and Oil Co.'a
lands, block 4593 Southeast Kootenay, Commencing at a post planted
near the trull near the forks of Akaminu brook and Pass creek, being the
southeast, corner of Ed. Kurtz locution, thenco west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the place
of beginning, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Ed. Kurtz, Locator.
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dateil April lBt, 1909. 18
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 the following described lands : Commencing
at a post planted ut the S.W. corner
of lot No. 1113, thence west 20 chuins
thence north 80 chains, thence east
20 chains, thence south 80 chuins to
place of commencement, containing
J 60 acres more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator.
H. Melton, Agont.
Dated April 27th, 1909.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice, that I, Alexander W.
Smith, of Rossland, B. C, occupation Hotelkeeper, intend to apply foi
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at a
post planted about one mile west of
the Flathead river and one mile north
of the International boundary line,
und west of lot 7339, being the south
east corner, thence north 80 chains ;
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres more or less.
Alexander W. Smith, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located this 28th day of March,
1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that sixty days
ufter date I, George Loyd, civil engineer, Cranbrook, intend making application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands ad Works,
fur permission tu purchase tho following described lands:
Commencing at H Post planted at
the N. W. corner of L0t 1691 on the
East Bank of the Kootenay River,
thence 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 Houndnry of Lot
8103 to bank of Kootenay River;
thence following Kootenay River in
a South-Westerly direction to place
of beginning, containing 20 acres
mure or less,
GEORGE LOYD.
Dated February 19th, 1909. 12
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
Tuke notice that I, Arthur C. Kern*
mis of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation Barrister, intend to apply to
purchaso tho following described
lands, commencing at a post plunted
about 3 J miles north of the International boundary line and about 1J
miles north eust of lot 7841 and adjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry Riviere and Frederick Porritt's
applications, 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, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Arthur C. Kemmis, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th. 1909. JC
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notico that I, Frederick Por-
ritt of Barrio Ontario, occupation
gentleman, intend to apply for per-
mlBsian to purchase the following described lunds, commencing at a post
planted about four miles north of the
international boundary lino nnd ab-.it
2 miles north of lot 7841 and adjacent
to the northwest corner of Henry Review's appllcutlon, being the south
west corner, thence north 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
the point ofi commencement, and containing 640 ocres more or less.
Frederick Porritt, Locator,
George W. Kerr, Agent,
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
District of Eust Kootenay.
Take notice that. Henry Hector Lin
noil uf Oranbrook, B.C., occupution
checker, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following des
crilied lands : Commencing ut u post
plunted at the N.E. corner of loft
1142, thence east. 40 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thonce west 40 chuins
thence north 30 chains tu point ol
commencement.
Henry Hector Linnell, Locator.
James William Moore, Agont
Dated April 15, 1909 19
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given thut thirty
(30) days after the first publication
of this notice I intend to upply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenuy for a license tu prospect for
cunt und petroleum on the following
described lands: Situated on Akaminu
brook, oust of und adjoining the
Southeast B. C. Lund and Oil Co.'s
lands, block 4593 Southeast Kooten-
uy : Commencing nt a post planted
near the Wagon, und about one half
mile east of suld brook, being the
northeast corner of J. W. Blukeney's
location, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chulns to
the place of beginning, containing 640
ncres more or less.
J. W. Blakeney, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Duted April 1st, 1909. 18
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay,
Tuke notice that I, Thomus Edward
Murphy of Fort Steele Junction, occupation station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands : Commencing ut a post planted ut the south
eust corner of Wm. Tapper's pre-emption, No. 1074, thence north 40 chains
thence east 20 chains mote or less to
the river, thence following tho said
Moyie river down stream to the pluce
of commencement containing 80 acres
more or less.
Thomus EdY ard Murphy, Locutor
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated June 3rd, 1909. 23
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 une 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, and
containing 640 acres more or lees.
Henry Riviere, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, 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 and about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 and adjacent to the north west corner of
Henry E. Hyde's location, being the
south east corner, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 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
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that I, Thomas William
Leu.sk, occupution, mill owner, intend
tu upply for permission to purchase
one hundred und sixty acres of laud,
bounded as follows :
Commencing at u post plunted at
the southeast corner of Lot 8435, und
theme west 40 chains, thenco south
40 chains, thonce eust 40 chuins,
thenco north 40 chains.
Thus. W. Leask, Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 2nd, 1409
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, after thirty days from the
tirst appearance of this notice, for a
renewal of my license to sell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions
of the statutes in that behalf. In the
premises described ns the Wattsburg
hotel, at Wattsburg, B.C.
F. W. KHLSAL1
Dated April 28th, 1909. 18
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE thnt Frank Watts
of Wattsburg, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to apply for permis
Bi0n to purchase the following de
scribed lands:
Commeoclng at a post planted at
the North East corner of Lot 5244;
thence South 80 chains, thence East
20 chains, thenco North 80 ehnlms,
thence west 20 chains to point of
Commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
FRANK WATTS.
Dated March 17th, 1909. IS
CERTIFICATE OF THK REGISTRATION    OF   AN  EXTRA PROVINCIAL  COMPANY
"Companies Act, 1897"
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the
"Seippel Timber Company" has this
day been registered as an extra-pro*
vincial company under tho 'Companies Act 1897" to carry out. or to uf
feet all or any uf the objects of the
Company to which the legislature of
British Columbia extends
The head office of tho company is
situate ut Stillwater, Minnesota.
The amount of the capital of the
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares or one hundred dollars each.
The head office of the company in
this province is situate at the city of
Cranbrook, aud Alexander TV Muc-
dunuld, Burrister-at-luw, whose address is Cranbrook, B.C., Is the at
torney for the company. Not empowered to issue und transfer stock.
The time of the exist tnce of the
company is thirty years from the
27th duy of August, 1906
The Company Is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of
office at Victoria, Province id British
Columbia, this 31st duy of March,
one thousand nine hundred and nine.
(L.S.) 8. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The object for which this company
has been established and registered
are :—
To do all kinds ol manufacturing
and trading business; to purchase,
own, hold and dispose uf timber and
all the products of timber; to carry
on and conduct a general logging,
lumbering and manufacturing business; to erect, buy and sell saw-mills,
shingle-mills, planing mills, and all
other mills and factories; to establish, operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, hold, manufacture, sell and deal in any and ull
kinds of goods and wares, merchandise nnd personal property of every
character and description; to own,
buy, sell, lease and improve lunds
wherever situate; to build, equip,
and manage water flumes for the
transportation of wood, lumber, timber and timber products, and to do
all such business as may be incidental thereto. 18-4
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Eust Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Mrs. McFarlane
of Cranbrook, occupation married
woman, intend to apply for permission     to   purchase the following des-
tbed lands : Commencing at a post
plunted at the north east corner of
Cooper's pre-emption, thence west 10
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
oast to Moyie river, thence following
down stream to place of commencement.
Mrs.  Sadie J. McFarlane.
H. Melton,  Agent.
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice that I, George A. Jam
lest]n, of Cranbrook, B. 0,, occupation, undertaker, intend to apply f.,r
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing ut u
post planted at the N. W. corner of
lot No. 6424, theu"e east 40 chains ;
thence north 20 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains to
pluce of commencement, containing
80 acres.
George Alexander Jamieson.
March 16, ions. 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 coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted 200 feet
north of the southeast corner of lot
1663, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, to the place of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
S. J. Cotton, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness
Dated April 5th, 1904. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
2 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 one mile
west of John Anderson's northwest
corner post, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chuins, thence south 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, mors or less.
C. A. Burton, Locatoi
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Wituess.
Dated April 7th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
3 Notice is hereby given thut 30
days utter 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 southeast corner of Mrs. Livingstone's claim, thence eust 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence wost
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
the pluce of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
William Anderson, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated, April Hth, 1909. 17
lAL
AMi   PETROLEUM NOTICE
S   Notice   la  hereby  given   thai 30
days after date. 1   Intend  to apply    to
the    Honourable,    the  i hie!  Ct I
sioner of Lands and Works, for u lie
eaea to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on tin- following described lands
Starling at a post planted at or near
the northeast corner of the [iutise
Lumerciu claim, thence east
chains, thence south 80 chains, theme
west 80 chains, thence north Sl> chains
to the place of commencement, con
tuining G40 acres, more or less.
c. K. Kunsch, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAlister,  Wit ness,
Dated April 9th,  1909, 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
6 Notice is hereby given that 80
days ufter date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable, the Chief Commis
sioner of Lands and Works, for a lie
enco to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting ut a post planted al oi
near the northeast corner of the Neil
McQunrrie claim, thence noil li 80
chains, thence eust 80 chuins, thence
south 80 chnlnH, thence west 80 chains
to the place of commencement, con
talntng 64U acres, more or less.
Susun Hows, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAlister,  Witness
Duted April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
7 Notice is hereby given that 3d
days aftor date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable, the (.'hief 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 of the M. A. Mac
donnhl claim, thence south HI) chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence cast 80 chains to
the pluce of commencement, contain
ing (140 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 80
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commis-
sioner of Lands and Works, for u lie
ence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lunds
Starting ut a post planted one mile
eust of Irvin Anderson's northeast
corner post, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chulns, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ing 640 ncres, more or less.
M.  A.  Macdonald,  Locatoi
John Anderson, A goal
Sum McAlister, Witness.
Duted 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 Commis
sioner of Lunds and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting at a post plunted at the
southeast corner of the M. A. Mac
donuld claim, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thonce   west
chains, thence south 80 chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ng 640 acres, more or less.
Johanna Anderson   Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAlister, Witness.
Duted April 9th, 1909, 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
10 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the (.hief Commissioner of Lunds and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal ond petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting at a post planted at or neat-
one mile east of the northeast corner
post on the Irvin Anderson claim,
thence east 80 chuins, thence south 80
chains, thence west HO chains, to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Mary Ann Good, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAlister, Witness.
Duted April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
11 Notice u. hereby given that 80
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal und petrol
cum op 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, con
tuining 640 acres, more or less.
Sam McAlister, Locutor
John Anderson, Agent
Charles Phlllipps, Witness.
Dated March 24th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
12 Notice is hereby given that 30
days ufter dute 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable, the chief Commissioner of Lunds and Works, for a He
enco to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting at. n post planted at or near
the northeast corner of the Eliza
Good Claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thence north 80
chuins, thence west 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 ncres more or less.
John Eccles, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent.
Charles Phillips, Witness
Duted March 24th,  1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
4 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honouruble, the chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, for a lie
ence to prospect for coul and petroleum on tho following described lands:
Starting at a post planted near the
northeast corner of the Batlse Lamer-
cux claim, thence north 80 chains,
thence cast 80 chains, thonce south 80
chuins, thence west 80 chulns to the
pluce of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
William Good, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE
District of East Kootenay,
Notice Is hereby given that 30
days from date hereof 1 Intend to ap
ply to tin1 Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner nf Lauds uud Works
for the District of East. Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal anil pet
roleum on the following described
lands on Kish e-nch tin Creek in the
Flathead Valley : Commencing at a
post plunted at the south east cornet
about one-fourth ol a mile east of tho
junction of Kish-e-neh-na Creek with
Akamina Creek on the western boun
dary of Edward Kurtz's location i be
lng the initial post, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thonce
south 80 chains, thence east. 80 chains
to point of commencement, und con
talning 640 acres, more or less.
Percy Dunkcrley, Locator
James Fisher, Agent.
Located April 2nd, 1909. 17
i RANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol East Kooteoa)
Take notico thai I. Waltei Bruci
McFarlane ol Cranbrook, occupation
merchant, intend to apply foi permis
sion to purchase tlie [olio wl an tlcfi
crlbed lands Commencing al a post
planted ui the southeast corner ot
lot B485, thence south 70 chalni,
thence east 20 chains, thence north 3(i
(hains, thence east 2o chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 10 chains
to place of commencement.
Walter Bruce McFarlane
Duted April 3rd,  1909. ii
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Eust  Kootenay
Tuke notlCi tii.it I, Harry Mcintosh
ol Halcyon, B, C occupation Hotel
keeper, intend to apply lor permis
sion to purchase the following dea
crlbed binds Commencing at a post
plunted at about one mile west id
the Flathead river uud one mile north
of the International boundary line,
and west id lot 7336, being the north
east corner, thence south su chains,
thence west. 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thonco east Kil chains to
the point of commencement and con
tuining 040 acres more or less,
Hurry Mcintosh, Locatoi
George W, Kerr, Agnnl
Located  March 28th,  1909. I"
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Eust Kootenny,
Take notice that 1. Thomas Ed
ward     Murphy,    occupution   station
gent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on tho north hunk id the Moyie
river, opposite the N. E. corner ol
lot No. 8745, thence north 40 cnains,
thence eust 20 chuins more or less io
the Mny la river, thence following the
meandering of the Moyie river to
pluce of beginning, containing 80
acres more or less.
• Thomas Edward Murphy
H.  Melton,  Agont
Dated  April 21st,   1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
lays from dute hereof I intend to up
ply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lunds and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenay lot*
a licence to prospect for coal and pet
leum on the following described
lands un Kish-e-nah nn Creek in tho
Elutheud Valley: Commencing at a
post, planted at the northeast cornet
being the initial post, adjacent to the
northwest corner of Graham Crulck
shank's location, thence south HO
chains, thence west, so chains, thence
nortli 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 640 ueres more or less.
James Buchannn, Locator
James Fisher, Agont,
Located March 27th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of Eust Kootenay.
No, 1 Notice is hereby given that 30
lays from dute hereof I intend to upply to tho (.'hief Commissioner nf
Lands und Works and the Assistant.
Commissioner of Lands und Works
for the District of Eust. Kootenay for
ii licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands, Commencing ut a post planted
about one half mile north of the
western boundary ol Henry E. Dodge
location, being the initial post north
west corner, thence south 80 chains,
thence east so chuins to the western
boundary of James Buchanan's location, thence north K0 chains, thence
west 80 chains to the point of com
mencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less,
James Sutherland Ghisholm Eraser
Locator.
Located, April 1st, 1909. 17
George  W,  Kerr,  Agent.
No, 2 Commencing at n post planted at the north eust cotuer, being the
Initial post adjacent to the north
west corner of J. S. 0. Frasor's location, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chuins
thence east 80 chains tn the point nf
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Norman  S.   Eraser, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located April 1st. 1909.
NOTICE-
Take notice that  I mt«nd tu apply
to the Superintendent of provincial
police, altei thirtj days from the tirst
appearance ol this notice, fur a renewal oi ni> licence tu veil intoxloat*
nn! Ilquora, under the provisions uf
the Rtatutes in that behalf, In the
premises described a.- the [mpeiiaJ
Hotel, Kurt Steele, It   C
BEN W   WERDBN,
Dated April 28,  1909- 18-4
NO'lICE
Take notice thai i intend tu apply
to the Superintendent of provincial
Pollco, after thirty days from the ttrgt
appearance ol tins notice foi u re
newal d! my license to sell latoxleat
lng liquors, under tin- provisions of
i he statutes in that behalf, in the
promises described as the Royal bote)
Maryavllle, li  c
II   L. SAWYER.
Dated April 88, A D., I'Joa. IM
NOTICE,
Tako notice that 1 intend to apply
to tin- Superintendent of provincial
Police, attei thirty duys from the
first appearance of this notice, for a
renewal of my license to 'i-i; nitoxi
eating liquors at the ffjrellffi Hotel,
Wvclufe, It. 0,
Dated April 32nd, A D . 1909, 17-4
WILLIAM H   BRADFORD,
NOTICE,
Take   notice  thai   I   intend   to apply
lo the Superintendent of Provincial
Police after thirty days from the publication of this notice for a renewal
of my license to sell intoxicating u
quors by ret ail on the premise*
known as the  Windsor Hotel,     Fort
B le,  H   0.
H.   S,   MATHER.
Dated   Fort   Steele.   May  1st,   1909.    18
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply
to tho Superintendent of Provincial
Police after thirty days from the publication of this notice for n renewul
of my license to sell intoxicating li
quors by retail on the promises
known us the Wasa Hotel, Wasa, B.
0,
NILS  HANSON.
Dated Wasa, May 1st, 1909 18
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to upply
i the Superintendent of Provincial
ollco, after thirty days from the
rst appearance of this notice, for a
conso to sell intoxicating liquors,
idor the provisions of the statutes
that behalf, in the premises des-
ihed as the BelleViOW Hotel at
ardnor, 0. C, to commence on the
;-st day of July, A. D-, 1909.
FRANCIS  E   RANSOME.
Dated  April 22nd.  A.D.. 1909.      17-4
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, George Welch of
Cranbrook, occupation railway conductor, intend to upply for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing ut a post
planted at the southeast corner of
lot 7929, thence west lo chains, then
north  to the      Whitney  preemption,
tho I      cast   lo chains, thence south
40 chains to place of commencement,
containing 160 acres more or less.
George Welch, Locator
Dated April 24,  1909. 18
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that 30
duys from date hereof I intend to upply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works and the 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 described
lands on Kish-e-neh-na Creek iu the
Elutheud Valley : Commencing at a
post ut the northoast corner, being
the initial post adjacent to the south
eust corner of Percy Dunkerley's claim
thence south 80 chains, thence west
so chains to the eastern boundary of
Graham Crulckshank's location, ami
thence north HO chains, thence east
80 chains to the point of commonco
ment. containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Arthur N. Skill, Locator
James Fisher, Agent
Located April 2nd,  1909 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
Not ice is hereby given that 30
duyH from date hereof 1 intend to ap
ply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works nnd the Assistant
Commissioner of Lunds and Works
for the District of Eust Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for conl ami pot
roleum on the following described
lands on Kish c neb nu Creek in the
Flathead Valley Commencing at a
post planted on the east Imtik of
Turnbiill creek, a small creek flowing
norther! y i nto K ish e -noh-na creek
about two miles west of Edward
Kurtz's location, being the initial
post northwest corner, thence south
80 chuins. thence oust 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
Graham Cruickshank, Locator.
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 37th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East, Kootenny.
Notice i.s hereby given that 30
days from dati* hereof I intend to apply to tho chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lunds und Works
for the District of Eust Kootenay for
u licence to prospect for coul and petroleum on the following described
lands on Kish-e-neh-na (.'reek in the
Flathead Valley : Commencing at a
post planted at the south east corner, being the initial post, adjacent
to the northwest corner of Graham
Crulckshank's location, thence north
HO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, to point of commencement,
und containing 040 acres more or less.
James Fisher, Agent.
Located  March 27th,  1909. 17
Henry Edmund Dodge, Locator
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTIOH,
District of East Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that 30
duys from dute hereof I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works and the Assistant
Commissioner ol Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands situated on Puss Creek Flathead Valley South East Kootenay,
it. G., commencing at n post planted
at about one uud a half miles east of
the point where Puss Creek enters into Akamina Creek, being the south
wost corner adjacent to the south
east corner of N Whoalden's claim.
Initial post. Thence north HO chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west HO chuins to the
point of commencement and containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Fred W.  Conway,  Locator.
George W.  Kerr. Agent.
Located April 2nd. 1909. 17
OOAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
District of East Kootenny.
Notico is hereby given thnt 30
duys from dute hereof I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District ol East Kootenay for
a licence to proBpeCt lor coul and petroleum on the following described
lands on Kish e-nch nu Creek in the
Flathead Valley : Commencing nt a
post plunted at the south west corner being the Initial post, udjacent
to the northwest corner of Graham
Cruicksliank's location, thence north
80 chains, thence cast so chuins, and
thence south 80 chuins, thence we»t
sit chains to the point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Robert Holden Stewart, Locator
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27th, 1909. 17 n* I
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^^ 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.
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 Musie Cabinets, Morris
Chairs,   Roekers,   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 Remanants and Fringe, from which we can make
mats at very low prices.
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Chocolate try those
Newports at The Palm.
We have just received
;i  large  stock  and  are
Sole Agents (or
Cranbrook.
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITl
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Indigestion
Stomach trouble to but» »ymptoin of, and not
k itself a true disease. We think of Pjtpeptia,
Heartburn, and Indigestion ai real dfnuei, yet
they are symptoms only of a certain specific
Kervo sickness—nothing else.
It was this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoop
In the creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy—Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Going direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. Without that original ana highly vital principle, no
■ueh lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
Restorative—Tableta_or Liquid—and see for your.
self what it can and win do. We sail and cheer,
fully recommend
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
BEATTIE & ATCHISON.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
For a reliable local salesman representing Canada's Oldest nnd
Greatest Nurseries tn Cranbrook and
adjoining country.
Tho popularity of our stock which
is grown on limestone soil, making
our trees and bushes hardier and
longer-lived thnn const grown stock,
is acknowledged by experienced fruit
growers.
We make a specialty of growing
stock for British Cobrmtla and ship
in carload to that province.
A permanent situation to right
man, with territory reserved.
Pay weekly ; free outfit. Write for
particulars.
Stone & Wellington
fonthilij nubsbrirs
toronto ont
(Licensed by B. C. Government.)
BOVRIL
is indispensable in the
camp, and (or all
impromptu meals.
Add a little BOVRIL
to your canned meats
and soups and note
the (.Inference.
BOVRIL
sandwiches are
nutritious and
toothsome.
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We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
JOStPttli. MCLEAN
DKALER IN
All kinds of Second Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
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BUYER OF FURS
dge's Old Stand, Hanson Ave
FhOM 36*1
KAlth (llll-.Y'H TRIP
Continued (ruin page L,
purpoaou ol a Kama preserve ns well
us u nutloual parki it would ho un
additional attraction u pear nnd
hordfl nf deer could be neon along tbo
park like bottoms and mi the blllsld
es, it ml if the bird life could also be
Increased. At. my camp at Davis cabin, i saw two birds of as pretty a
plumaice un 1 have evor seen In any
part <>f the world, uml of tho exist
once of whloh I wus formally unaware
I bellovo they hit oamp scavengers,
uml tin' I clouds uml companions uf
solitary prospectors, Then and al)
it her hints, thr rarity of which (h
the Him disappointment ut your beau
ilful li. 0, forouts, should bo oaroful
ly proaorvod,
l Blnooroly hope you may bo able
tu make tins area intu n national
park. A lag ohalot four miles un
each side ut' the minimi,, fur cooking
uml iiniiiiif, surrounded by a numbei
uf slugle und two-bod lints und top
■■I'M, whet'O parties OOUld keep t licit
privacy while netting tholr mealH ut
the central runlet, could be built nt
trifling cost, und these arrangements
repealed at Intervals along the Toby
Crook slope.   Mr. Oliver believes they
could he made even profitable    from
the start.
Now 1 know how    difficult it Is for
prune ministers, however powerful, Ui
obtain appropriations  for new   purp
uses, but 1 urn convinced that the oa
tablishmcnt of u national purk In the
district  would  lie of benefit to     thi
world In general and to lii'itish ('ol
umhia lu particular, that T am anx
Ions to help you In any way I can to
get this done. 1 think that porhapi
the best way 1 can help you is If I
settle now to make a camp ther*
next year, and 1 am accordingly In
Btructlng Mr. Oliver to make ready
for me hy September 1st next, n
camp on a spot I have selected ut a
cost not to succeed $f>0i); provided ol
course that the trails arc opened and
your government will secure me the
exclusive right for the summer to occupation of about (ifty acres.
1 will ask you to regard this action
as my contribution towards the cs
tnbllshment of a national park. From
this and other enrnps on the Toby
('reek, fresh expeditions could hi
made every day for a long period, 1
am informed thut there is within n
day's journey of this camp an immense glacial ice fall, from which
huge blocks of Ice, during the sum
mer months, go thundering down over great precipices at frequent intervals all duy. There are other glaciers, Innumerable unsealed but scale
able peaks, wonderful canyons, hot
springs, etc.. which can be visited
from these camps.
1 hesitate to add to the length of
this letter hut in view of the recent
disastrous losses your province bus
sustained through forest tires T would
like to ask whether you do not think
that it would be to the public advantage to make the urea to which I
have referred interesting to tourists
not only from a scenic point of view
but also as an object lesson iu forestry 7
I am under the Impression that if
the forests on the trail from Argenta
to Windermere were administered on
uptodate, scientific and profit making
principles, you would make more
than enough to pay for the malnten
ance of your road, the salaries of
your rangers, and the interest on the
sum you might receive on their sale.
But perhaps this timber is already
sold ? I do not know whether your
laws enable you to expropriate timber
limits tu make a national park, but
if not, do you not think it would be
desirable to enact such legislation ns
would give the executive the necessary power ?
Barbour, the packer, informed me
that the company owning the timber
on the Windermere side of the summit
does not contemplate any lumbering
along Toby Creek next year. What
the position on the Argenta side is
I do not know; but if as I suspect,
the province has sold the timber limits, I would ask could not steps be
taken to prevent any lumbering along
the side of the trail until you have
the time to look into the desirability
of securing these forests from destruction ? It would be ten thousand pit
ies if the axes were this winter to destroy one of the most attractive portions of the trail.
1 am sorry to say that at the lower end of the Toby Creek wagon road
timber of a whole mountain side has
been destroyed, with tlie result that
there is a huge blot upon an otherwise lovely landscape. This was the
work twenty years ago of a prospect
or named Morrison, who tired the bill
from top to bottom, in his anger and
disappointment at not finding any
paying minerals. The fire overtook
him and he was only saved from the
fate he deserved by lying two daya
in the creek. 1 am told that he aft
or wards boasted in public that ho hud
"burned the whole damned country
to hell."
Fortunately the change of sentiment
on matters relating to forests is such
that no one would make such u boast
now with impunity.
If you should find it possible to adopt the suggestion 1 have made, the
contrast between the "Morrison
blaze," and the Bcientlncally managed
®l)e ihweiia'tcn;.
ESTABLISHED   IHUh
A. B. Grace,
I'UIIMHHKU   AND   EDITOR,
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Good Discount For Cash
SIMPLE     STRONG
l.ook out inr u provincial in Clcti
Thoro arc others beside the furmoi
who smile over the beautiful rains
Among thom the residents of ('ran
brook  with mure lawn than leisure.
Dave (ii'jftltb, the Wild Hone Creek
miner un Monday received fium the
provincial govornmont his i;,nl miu
er's cortlflcnto. Wo doubt It there is
a mining man in British Oolumbls
with tho uamo rooord.
It Is u  itaka to term the holiday
which Wats celebrated throughout  Cull
nda   un   Monday "Empire Day.',   it
should always be spoken of as "Vic
toiia Bay" for Umpire lint is the last
school day before tho SMth ol May,
while Victoria day was declared to bo
a public holiday In Canada by an act
of   the Dominion purlin ut passed
govern! years ago.
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That is the question. Can wc do
it ami keep our country a white
man's country for Canadians? rH it
better that we should lay down cor
tain conditions under which capital
may bo permitted to exploit, ns well
is dovolope the country In the best
interests of British Columbia and
With an eye to the future. I think it
is and nny man with a grain of pat
rlotisin must recognise that necessity.
We should ancourago capital but
ive should remember there are great-
ir things than even tho development
and exploitation of our natural resources, our national character
means mote to us than the uccuiuula
tion of riches, tho making of profits
for foreign capitalists with the ult
of Asiatic laborers, who drive mi
our white industrial population.
British Columbia has Buffered Irro
parable damage already in this ro
.•ipect, Our great natural asset of
which wo are so fond of boasting, the
llshcries, has with slight exceptions
fallen into the hands of Asiatics who
never will become a part of the Can
iidian body politic and who wouldn't
be useful if they did. other Industries
ure gradually going the same direction. I cannot believe it is the fault
uf the white worklngman. True it Is
wc may have a poor quality of men,
that they arc given to drink, that
they are careless, arbitrary, unreu
sonable, hut yet I cannot admit that
wc arc already outclassed and beaten
by the Asiatics. I cannot, help feel
ing that behind the claims of those
who would exploit our resources and
people our province with Asiatics lie
other considerations than those of
the white man's deficiencies.
When capitalists tell us the Asiatic
is necessary for the greater develop,
ment of British Columbia we must
remember that capital seeks not to
build up tho country, to lay the
foundations of the future, but to reap
profits. That is the business way oi
looking at it. You cannot blame the
investor if he seeks to make the lurg
est possible return on his money but
it is not wise to accept his claim
that there is only one way to do it,
especially if that way means the undermining or our national life. -Sat
unlay Sunset.
For those who believe In a high
ideal in public life and who hold the
pinion that public men, like Caesar's
wife should he above suspicion, tho
course of Sir Wilfrid Luurier in defending Hon. Wm. Pugsley, will come
us the most painful and disheartening incident in the session of purlin
ment just closed.
Hon. Dr. Pugsley, as the result of a
royal commission to investigate certain transactions in which he was
concerned while attorney general of
Sew Brunswick, was placed in a delicate and, to the minds of many honest men, comprising position. While
attorney general of that province he
spent over $900,080 without keeping
hooks. When that sum was spent
there was a shortage of $1.14,(100. Out
of $180,(100 which he paid for proper
ty which could have been purchased
for $55,0110, the sum of $40,000 disappeared absolutely and ho was utterly
unable to account for it. He made
false and misleading statements to
his legislature of what has become of
the money. All these facts and con
elusions were set forth in the findings
of the royal commission.
Mr. Pugslcy's defense was that his
enemies had misrepresented him and
anyhow if wrong had been committed
by him as attorney general of New
Brunswick that had nothing to di
with him as a member of the Domln
ion government and his actions there
.lire should not be called in question
Sir Wilfrid Lnuricr defended his re
oreant minister and assured parliament ho was more proud of Pugslej
than ever before.
When we recall his summary treat
ment of the Into Hon. J, I. Tarte foi
what was nothing worse than a
breach of the discipline and of Hun
A. (!. Blair and later of Hon. CHf
ford Slfton we begin to see how
very closely driven the premier is,
Hon. J. 1 Tarte was an able fur see
Ing statesman whoso greatest fault
was bis energy and tlie faculty of ad
vocating measures not yet assented
to by his leader. Yet the country
was deprived of his valuable services,
while a man of Pllgsloy's unsavory
record is retained und honored in tlie
ahlnet.
The public conscience of Canada
must be blunted if this incident is
not marked and remembered. It i^
an indication that, the forces of corruption are gradually enmeshing the
premier in a tangle from which he is
finding it more and mure difficult to
keep clear himself. The fact, that ho
was himself forced to cotno tu the de
fonso of Mr. I'ugsley instead of pre
ivmpturily demanding his resignation
shows to what straights he is being
driven. -Saturday Sunset.
SllBiT omwl\mmKB*™n*
ALSO SECOND   HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE   CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
GEO. P POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue.
Pfeone lflft Oranbrook, BjJ)
forests adjoining would he a valuable
object lesson.
May 1 further suggest, that, you
should ask the officials whom you
may entrust with the duty of reporting to you on the matters referred to
in my letter, to put themselves Into
communication with S. K. Oliver of
Proctor, B. ('., who is, T believe, Iu
the position to supply you with ull
the Information you may require.
It is estimated that the tide of toil
rlst travel in Switzerland leaves behind in its wake annually the huge
sum of over $200,000,000. It Is in the
power of your people to divert a
portion of this enriching tide from
Switzerland to British Columbia.
Users of ANCHOR BRAND I'XOUR
always enjoy an outing, because tlic-y
do not fear return to HOME DUTIES;
its quality invites work and makes
BAKING DAY a pleasure. „
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CAMPBELL <fc MANNING
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ami    MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,
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LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST  ARRIVED
Ordtn by Mail will receitu prompt attention.
Order hy  Phone,. 45.
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oi'lnary C'oHoko, C'hloago, 111., In 1000
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('(iliimlilii   Attiodatlun.
G. II   THOMPSON,
liat't'lstoi'i Solictor, und
Notary I'ublie
OffiCO    -Itolll   llllilllilli'n,      I *tL CALLS NIGHT . OAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
ORANBROOK, B.O.  office at mckinstrys livery barn
—— ;— ORANBROOK, B.C.
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NORTH     STAR
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J. T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C.  Land Surveyor,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot over}' Friday ul. s p.m
Visiting  IBrouiers Cordially   Invited
F.   W.   Roves,  W. President
Wm.   Anderson,    Socretary.
Aerie Physician, I'. (). Box 28.
ANCIENT ORDER ..FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Carmen's Hull 2nd nnd 4th
Thursday of each month at 8 p.m.
sharp,
A. McOowan, ("hief  Ranger.
0, A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
sieum Hollars and Furnace Work u
.Specialty.
Oosl nnil Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.
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W.  R.   BEATTY
Undertaker,
limbalmoL',
Funi'fiil Director,
ORANBROOK, B.C.
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I Rocky Mountain Chapter |
NO.  125,   II. A. M.
Koinilar moetliu
2ml Tuob
Meets  every second and fourtrj     +
Wednesday   at   new   Fraternity
Hall.   Sojourlng   Rebekahs  cordially invited.
Mrs- F. E. Simpson,  Noble Grand
Ada M. Hickenbotham, Secretary
j| day   in  oiiuh   month   at eight &
'■5 o'ulook. f
■'; Sojourning  Companions   are £
il cordially invited. 3;
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:g II. I.. Uotiiwku., Sorl.H) K. I
:g Hon 4       OIMNUKOOK, B. 0. £
Repeat it—"Shiloh's Cure will   always   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
RKAIl THE PROSPECTOR,
Another "Sunshine" Feature
This iii an entirely new idea, aud will especially interest people who reside in natural
gas districts. The gas ring lakes the place
of the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making
it possible to burn ^as in your furnace without
Inconvenience, Such is not possible in a
furnace where the ordinary gas log is inserted;
for, should the gas give out, a coul or wood
tire could not be started until the gas pipes
were disconnected.
To provide against sweating in the .summer
time, Sunshine Kuril ace is equipped with a
nit'kclled steel radiator and dome. All
holts   and    rivets   are   nickelled,    alt   rods
copper-plated, This special treatmenti i»e-
Blaes meaning quicker and greater radiation
from the radiator and dome than cold chill
iron could possibly give, acts as protection
lor the bolts, rivets and rods from inroads of
gas. When cast iron comes in contact with
our nickelled steel it is coaled with our special
Anii-Uust treatment, which prevents the
slightest possibility of rust commencing
anywhere in Sunshine Furnace,
The Gas Ring
Pound!
On Baker Stteet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill iV Co.. tlie only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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HORSES, STOVES, new and second hand FURNITURE,   CROCKERY   nnd   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what wo have in stock at prices that
will surprise you. A visit to tlie Dollar store will convince you that we have the goods, and can save you
lifty per cent on any goods purchased.
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MXIary*
FOR   SALE   BY PATMORE ItltoH.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'lli iNK 114 I'.O. BOX B6S
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
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WATERPROOF
OILED
GARMENTS
are cut on taroe
patt«rns-de8lqned
lo give the wearer
the utmost comfort
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♦ ten I   uisiind dollars ol the  Alaska \    m I	
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For i In1 newest design and Ijesl value thai
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THE RAWORTH BROS.
C. P. R.  Watch   Inspectors,
Cranbrook,   li. C.
Do Not Forget That We Arc Experts in Optics
Nature Glorified
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rhe Painter and
Decorator
:. • ona Avenue
The I'liu.i
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fishing i. thi m tin -in.il tb,ee
duya .iii.l the Cranbrook l>iuu und
H oh Store Is the place to Heciire the
best bshlng tackle
r   p. I;   fr.iiilii Inspector J. Mooro
Tuesday to tuke charge ol the
in  Ki.'u'hi   Un   ofllci   ;il   II-'.'
elstoke    Mr   V   Stlrinan arrived    m
Iran  k Moudaj to inkr lii> place.
C A Evans "1 Portage Iu Prnlrie,
I) Dillingham ol Moatreal, IS. Rich
ardson ol Nelson and II A. Pnlkins
.I i it ta'wa, .vii' n glstered ;it i he
' 'ranhrook Tuesday
LOCAL    NKWS
II   II   Miiii.'iui  Moyie wus   iu
the mv  Mondu)
i'  Hhoremau ol Hppkoinnn was    ut
Hip Oranbrook  Monday
w   n   i..,i.ii.,u  loll this wook .ni   .i
holiday trip to the hit east.
Hi      ii    I.    Hawyei   ol   Man  dllo,
«:i' in town TI i ij
.'  i Knii.ii returned Krlduy Irom
.i i". line is trlii to Piuehei' Orueli
CI    lllplo)   ..i   tlenttlo was nl      tho
' i iu i.  I'm.i.,i
II   K   Helm   .ii   M P P ,ol  VI tori,
» i     lit   the  mi   TillII   il.il
»    II   llo      M I' P    ..i  li'omlo, ». i
in town   I'hin ii.n
1   r  i nidi ni   li i. '■ , Iiuh romovoil
.'ii." lo the town ii 'i.ii
in i .i i iii    returned    '  h
H Iu the iniii Weiluei la)
i   '"i ■        i ro Ideal iin
ilu  ■ nip   in.in this wouther"
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i   .   isdaj
I      i      I l\ mini.Hi   ill,I   i>:    Paul      ..
ii'iini!"'!'  mi  iin  iiiv Tuetniu)
I'   t'unieroii ol  ii'orgusoti, wns    .11
   Tin' daj
li   il    lllck nt  \iiiirnuvi'i   was     in
town   Tn,   ilu)
|    il   Smith "i llockford, wns    ut
mi i,  Tuesday
.uni Maui
llll-il.IV.
io Quail
Mnyook wus in town
Ivde Baki     ind E   Small   left
hnrsdaj     ■  ftnsa In Mi   Baker's
. ■■','.•■     Thi;.   were  ace im
',  S   Hi ■:    a who was in    n
irry I       ■ and pul  watchmen
:    -, - the Koo      A small brldgo nt  Fernie im-hI mil
tenuy at tin.l       nl on Tuesday.   II the   duys     continue
warm a number nf tlu> bridges on the
',   "IT   held a reorganisation small creeks and rivers will  also go
tneettnji meeting in the schoolroom of 0ut.
the   Presbyterian  church  on  Tuesday 	
afternoon  when the following officers     After u grntifying meeting with the
.'.i'ii' elected: President, Mrs. C.ravitt;   managers oi Knox church Bandmaster
Secretary, Mrs   Ryckman ; Treasurer,  Corrison  lias withdrawn liis t-osigna-
Mi •   ii   W   V. ii in. .if.   The next meet-  tion as choirmaster of that church.
he In-Ill Wednesday afternoon
ul  3.1
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   No. 0
XIHIIT PHONE  No, L'3o
R. H. DWYER.
.In-,
Director   and   Km
in charsc
Tlie city band, under bandmaster
Corrison, nave their usual weekly
concert on Monday evening Inst. A
lug crowd wore present.
A.  I,.  Woolf of llalnilli.il,      I-'. A
Browne of     Everett, Wash., and II
Staples of   Wyclille, were quests at
the Cranbrook Thursday.
It is roportod that the Cranbrook
Drug nnd Hook Store lias the bosl
nssortment of picture pust cards to
In- I ul in the Cranbrook district,
MHOR BRAND FL01JR
'mako; rinnn dde-ai-,*
      I  Francis Edward
STEWART'S   li        Corrison
Tho Leading' Fruit Store.
POB
Phone II!
I.KTTlJC'K.    rlfCMIIKKs,
01IKKN ONIOSS, SPINACH
I'KLKItY,  BI1UBABB.
II IZI-ll.WOOD ICECRIiAM,
STKWART'S  PINK
llli'l'Hl.ATKS
HUGH    fEWART
Bund sti-i' tlraiilirooli i ii\  llniul
riii.ii' slur Knox nr.-siivlui-ltin
Ohm oil
l.ui,- nnudinnslm- Ills Mui.-iT- llovrl
W. l-'iislllors
TEACHER   OT
Violin, liiuijo, Guitar, Mnmlolln
nnil     Siiiiiilitrd      fnslruinonl.s,
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone J5,t. CRANBROOK, B.C,
P^ ill ID :',;'':,»«'i,,-'.,™r
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
ol  Wasa.  wi,
Tuosdny,
ui tin
Here's thr Refrigerator that sells at sight, and each one sold sends
along another customer,   The
White Frost
Refrigerator
MADHJ entirely ol iralvnulaoil alicol stool, II In, nil' spaco between walls;
i "i,ii iii.iiiaii'ii with "Aorololt" and   "Mali.hu,"   the best., most ei-
potislve in mini  inn,wn I,, science.   Heavily   onnmollotl   outside   und in
ni iiauu'i linked mi i   Nui n splinter nl wood in   lis construction.  It
can ii"i   ihrlnk, warp, awoll or ilocny,   Lasts n lilotlme,
tint mi in HHAl'W There aro no nustj cornors, no oraoks or crov-
Icei i"i -im nnil i-i'iin:. in uutlicr. Turn in tho hose und wash It out In
.,  minute   Tho ONE nbsolutoly  snnltary llolrluoratoi-,
IIKPIUCinilATlUN in harmony with Natural l.nw maintaining u
luw, "mi. pure, dry, equable tomperaturo In bottoal  weather, proservlns
iii , i   .wool and untaintod all thotlme  ami   mosl    oconomloal la Ice.
Polled   ii'liiii'r.ili..ii   cn.ii.inli'cil   and (Ills cunruntoo linscd upon live yours'
niece .mi n. .,:■■■ in nil iniii. -I the c itry   Rxporlonco has proven   the
.aim.ui  oxcolloncc ol Hie "WHITE  FROHT."
i;l'\ m.viMi BHBLVBU do away with nil "roaohlna over" to cd un
article provonl spllline ucoldonts nnd make easy use ol every inch of shelf
spine Shelves (illicitly removable and easily replaced. You can take
the whole "innards" oul   iu two minutes and pul l.hein buck in less time.
UNAMICI.LISD in pure while outside und inside: trimmings nl solid
i,ia    ; porlool  lull,; ball boarlnn castors ; make the "WHITB FROST" the
hand si,  bosl  and  iimst  convenient und nbsolutoly sunllury Rotrlgere-
tor mi ilu- murkot.
WOMEN   full in love with tho "WHITE FROST" Boon's they sou It.
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook,  B. C.
Roponl  il   "Bhtloh'e Cure will   nl
wuys   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
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and Coffees    .    .
S "ii will find ..iii    im I, ol  I an, \ and Staph
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will  convince  you «e arc   Llicrc  wi
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
arc sold only by
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WRITE   FOR  DESCRIPTIVE  GATALOOUE,
Branch Stoic   4t;{ Josephine Stieet, Nelson, B.C.
Georgo  Welch,   Selling  Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.   Business.
Hardware
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Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers        ■      ■      ■ ■
OUR ATM I- tn glvo tbo i'inntui'1-M-i'k.'i' tin- fullo.it sonso
nl' i'iittilui-1 with tlio loiist m'Um' of ii|'|i:ii;itu» tin1 mosl satis-
I'vuiji I'i'siilis ai thu loiu»l i'xpi'iisi' of fuel ami of labor, with
freedom from repulrn, and a durabilily equal lo the life of tlie
buildings    In    w hi eh    the    heating systems are  installed,
Our Systems of   Keating meet? these  requirements  oxnetly,
Tliey aVe tlieoffloleitt, silent, reliable Bei'vaul of tho hoUBe owner
an adjunct which does more for tho olioor and hoalthfuluess of
home-llieth an any other mntorlal feature or decoration of homo
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NATURES FERTILIZER I
To get the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into Hie ground.
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Dried  Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    Blood and Hone Mixture
Tankage.
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<\ W Cartel' ol Jackson, Mich., wns
ii ton n Wednesday.
0 Lnnghurat of Nolson was in tho
■:i>   Wodnosday,
A. Williamson of Toronto was in
the city Wednesday.
The Kootenay river rose olghteon
Inches In seven hours Wednesday.
Harry Bradford of Wyclifto was in
11*v\ n Thursday.
W. VanArsdalen, a Fort Steele mm
ing man was in town Thursday.
Tin' Edison theatre is showing some
line films tonight.
Mrs. Fred Bryanes and family left
m Friday foi Lothbridgo where they
will reside,
Deoring anil McCormach mowers
and hay rucks sold and repaired by
Frank Dwall.
The name of the husband is now
used on the wife's calling cards. The
name of the last, husband, of course.
Baseball fans ore out almost every
evening witnessing tho ball tossers
practice.
Thr majority of visitors who como
to Cranbronk leave with pleasant recollections.
Tho lire brigade were out Thursday
evening on their regular weekly practice.
Selkirk Preceptory will hold n regular numtlily assembly on Monday
evening next iu the Masonic Temple.
The Water Supply Co. were engaged iu making changes in the water
mains cm Oranbrook street this week.
A large number of logs are being
sent down the Kootenay river to
Wardner,
The Kootenay river is rising rapid
ly and bids fair to reach the record
height of 18H4.
Those railway surveys now going
on in the Kootenay valley look pivt
ly g 1 to us.
Clean up; the city council is deter
mined to make Cranbrook a clean as
well as a beautiful City.
I), c. Corbin and F. J. Roberts of
Spokane, were registered al the Cran
brook Wednosdny.
■i. s. dusty of Fernie, auditor for
the I'  Burns Co., was in town Thurs
day.
Tin' city Council have decided to
purchaso new horses lor tho lire dfl
pnrtinant
lv J, Boyntou, manager or the Por
I'J Creek HydraitllC Company, was in
I own.
Born in cranbrook, on Thursday,
June ., to Mr. and Mi's. !•: A. Mor
III I. a baby boy,
Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Sherman of
Ferine were  Oranbrook  visitors     on
Tuesduy.
Those an- the days when the ice
man -smiles      and  the coal  mnu goes
ttsufng.
Don't forget the show in the Bdl-
Bon theatre tonight. New films, tlie
best that can be secured.
T. Martin of Calgary, c.p.rt. civil
engineer spent several days in Cranbrook this week on company business.
The C.i'.U. bridge at Kilo, was re
paired on Wednesday and trains are
now running over it.
A, Carney o'f Kaslo, provinrial timber inspector, was in town this week
on olliclnl business.
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Ham and Bacon
Our sniiiki'il moiitH nru always fi-osli sloolf. VV«
iii'n Biii'o Uml If vim iiv thorn onoo you will ugruo
w11li ns iii,ii tlioy nn- Ilu- bosl lliivui-i'il uml innsl
wholosoinii similii'il  mollis you have over onion,
P. Woods & Co.
PHONE ST
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PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE-FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
Tuomlny.
IV. II. (Iiulili ul Ilu- linpoi'liil liiinh
iviim     ut      Miivii' Wi'ihii'Hiliiy mi liiinlt
llllKlllCSB.
Wm. Wright uf Edmonton uml CI
A. Mi'Miiiiiun nl Toronto, with i-orIb
ti'ii-il ni tin- Oranbrook Monday.
'   Mi. nnil Mi-8. 1J. Q. Trtiosdalo    ol
iMitini-iipiiliti wi'i'i' Oranbrook vlsltoru i
Monday.
D.J.JOHNSON j   "The Best in Town"
CARPENTER   AND
RTJILDER
CONTRAOTS BOUOITKD,
HOUSES
P.  J,  Smyth, I'llitur nl tlii'  Moylo     |,-n,.   Kll|c ,„• i(rnt nt Reaaonnble
Leader, spont Sunday und Monday ol
this wook In Oranbrook,      , I noon.
————^———————————      «     Harry Mnthcr nl Fm-t Htcnlo, pro-
* w  prlotor nl thn Windsor hotol, was in
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Oflice& Workshop—I A-wis St.
Phono No. 98.
h'lir n Cool, (!ifmn Shavo,
or a Hah' Out, go to
Bullock&Webster
I      Tonsorial  Artists
Oranbrook Street
| OUR   RATH   ROOM   IS STRICTLY
UP-TO-DATB
NEAR ROYAL. HOTEL
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