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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,    JUNB   12,   WOO.
No. 24
Greai year   „
For Harvard.
ATHLETIC TRIUMPHS FOR THE
CRIMSON ARE MANY DURING
THE PAST COLLEGE YEAR.
What a Sweep Fair Harvard is
Making in Athletic* This
College Year.
Start nut  with n  Victory over Yale
thai gave her the Intercollegiate foot
hall title, the crimson has gone OR,
ami DOW hitlH (air tn take dowu Him I
lui' honors in each of the (our major
sports. Already the baseball team
has u log on the     title, through Its
victory over Princeton. With the
pitching staff boasted at Cambridge,
there seems small reason to believe
that Yale will he able to chock the
victorious career of her old rival.
On the water Harvard has but to
defeat Cornell today to clinch the
championship, (or there Ik not one
chance in a hundred that the weak
Yale eight will be able to defeat the
crimson in the dual race, barring the
most serious kind of an accident.
The Cornell race, however, is a big
obstacle for any crew for the Itliu
cans will he there from start to flu
ish, rowing stroke fur stroke with
their rivals and making each one
count fully as much or more, despite
the physical superiority of the Hur
vaid oarsmen.
The latest victory for the crimson
athletes, that in the intercollegiate
meet, was the most brilliant of all,
for they were conceded no more than
an outside chance. Qualifying more
men than any of the outside colleges
Harvard mane It u sweeping success
and annexed her second championship
with nothing likely to halt her la the
march toward the other two, unless
Courtney's Cornell crew shows unexpected strength.
WANTS CABLE.
Premier McBride Favois Proposal
Victoria, June 8"Discussing the
suggestions of the imperial press con
ference Premier McBride endorses the
establishment of state owned cables
uniting Britain and her colonies as
thoroughly practical nnd an Import
ant step towards imperial unity nnd
a prolltable commercial investment
(or the empire, its greatest function
he says, would, however, be as an
agency in the upbuilding of a greater
British empire. The trouble now is
thnt cabling is so restricted, owing
to excessive rates that the several
Anglo-Saxons peoples arc unable to
keep informed ns to the important
events occurring, perhaps of an his
toric character, outside their own
circumscribed circles.
State owned cables conducted as
public utilities and cheap telegraph
rates throughout the land are much
needod. With these will he inaugurn
ted a comprehensive and reliable news
service.
Are Champions.
A ton nf (at, labelled tho Crun
brook Kal Men's Bnschull Team went
to Fernie on Wednesday afternoon to
try conclusions with nine fnt men o(
that city. The game was exciting for
the first three Innings when the (-ran
brook nino went up in a balloon, and
came down with a hump in the 121k
river. The score was 15 to !i in favor
of Fernie, who now claim the chum
pionshfp of the Crow's Nest Pass.
High Water in Rivers.
This Is the month of high water in
Southeast Kootenny, During the
past week the floods have subsided to
some extent. Tlie water In the Koo
tens; was higher than any time since
1894. A few warm days will cause
the river to rise, but it Is thought
the danger point Is passed.
Moral Reform Council
The Moral nnd Social Reform Cottn
ell had a well attended meeting Friday Week. The committee appointed
to draw up a constitution) of which
J. F. Armstrong was chairman,
brought In its report which, with n
few slight chnngOB was adopted. Other matters of Importance were dls
cussed and will soon he made public.
Another meeting of this council wa-
held last evening in the court house,
Speoial Meeting of Council.
A special meeting of the municipal
council was held in the council chum
bor on Tuesday evening. There were
present His Worship Mayor Fink, and
Aldermen Jackson, Baker, Hyan, Hen
derson and Johnson.
Mayor Fink stated that Mr. Gait,
who Is here to report on the Water
Supply, would he able to make a re
port In about a week or ten days.
Moved hy Aldermen Jackson and
Johnson that the council resolve into
a committee of the whole to consider by-law No. (il, being the trades licence bylaw, clause hy clause.
The committee on rising reported
progress,
Moved by Aldermen Byan and Hen
derson that the council adjourn.
For Men Only.
According to the Oklahoman a lady
reporter of the Tulsa World was recently shocked because a street carnival had an attraction which was placarded "For men only." From the
numbers going In she decided that It
must be something despurately wick
ed and said some caustic things in
the paper about it. It developed that
the attraction consisted of a clothes
line on which was hung a pair of
pants, coat, vests and socks. When
one sucker was caught he very naturally steered all of his friends Into the
trap.
Bull River Palls
fl New Town.
ITS   PUCtiR   QUARTZ,    IRON
MINES AND  IMMENSE
WATER POWER.
Bull River Falls, the new town of
Southeast Kootenay, is located on a
level plutc ".! just below the falls from
whence Its name Is derived.
Bull River (lows in a southerly direction from the Rockies, and empties
Into the Kootenay river about Ave
miles north of Wurdner. A large amount ol work has been done iu the
vicinity of the new town during the
past four years by the Bull River
mining company who control the im
mense water power and placer leases
which are located just above the (alls.
The "old pack bridge" which has
been replaced by a modern structure,
was the centre of activity on Bull
River in the early sixties, when the
discovery of gold placers, a mile
above the bridge, made the river fain
ous, aud returned small fortunes to
many prospectors and miners. The
records as to the amount of gold taken out, at this time, are rather meagre nnd incomplete, but old timers
estimate the figures quite high. There
Is, indeed, no doubt but that a large
amount of gold was washed from the
river tied and the rim rocks, that it
was course and of good quality and
that paydirt was confined to a very
limited stretch of the river on either
side of the bridge, that is to say just
above and below the canyon.
Bull River Is at all times a good
sized stream, swift and broad, until
it enters the canyon where it is confined to a width not exceeding 30 feet
hy perpendicular walls of qiiart/.ite
and slates. Through this gorge, in u
distance of a mile, the river drops
300 feet in a succession of falls and
rapids, Above the bridge the rocky
banks arc only a few feet above the
level of the river. Here the river
rushes along, lashed into foam, as
two sharp right angled turns obstruct
its passage. Straightening itself on
its course it makes a wild dash at
the bridge as though to sweep It
away, but when within a distance o(
twenty feet it drops suddenly out of
sight over a sheer fall of 80 feet sending a cloud of spray in which hung a
most beautiful rainbow, seeming to
act as an arch for the narrow bridge
spanning the canyon. Below the river plunges on for some three quarters
of a mile between walls of ever increasing height till finally the gorge
20fl feet in depth, yet scarcely half
that distance in its upper width.
Suddenly the canyon opens into u
valley with sloping sides. Here is
where the town of Bull River Falls is
located, and through this valley the
river now peacefully winds, scarcely
recognizable as the mad torrent met
with but a few yards further up. The
canyon of Bull River, with the
broken forest to the very edge of the
perpendicular cliffs, form the most
beautiful bits of scenery In South'
east Kootenay, and it is appropriate
that nature should have set it in its
golden frame.
Where the gold came from that lay
Immediately above and below the
canyon, is still an unsolved nystery.
"Pay" extends but a short distance
above and below the canyon. Various attempts have been made in latter years to work these placers, but
without and decided success. Almost
every year considerable gold is taken
out by miners, who by the construction of wing-dams are enabled to
work a portion of the river bunks,
nnd their efforts have always been rewarded by a sufficient amount of gold
though their wing-dams ure destroyed every year by high water that
comes in the sprlug.
The Bull River water power consists of a fall of 250 feet in less than
a mite, with a volume of water that
Is estimated at not less than 12,000
miners inches at its lowest stage and
will develop about 10,000 horse power. Now that this immense power is
to be harnessed and transmitting
power to the mines and towns of the
district, a town has been platted and
many permanent industries will lie
located at Bull lliver Falls.
The largest body of hematite iron
in Southeast Kootenay on which 4.1
locations have been made arc located
on the mountain overlooking the
placer mines of Bull River.
The Kootenay Central railway when
built will cross the canyon at the
Pack bridge.
The Bull River Mining nnd Power
Co., is incorporated under the laws
f South Dakota, with a capital of
$200,000, and have ncqulred the Immense water power of Bull Biver, also
nearly two miles of plncer ground,
and 400 acres of choice land, below
the fall, on which is located the towu
of Bun River Foils.
The company have graded a right
of way for a Hume ltixii feet, from
above the falls to the townsite. A
sawmill with a capacity of twenty
thousand feet of lumber daily has
been Installed. A large general merchandise store has been erected, a
livery stable and several cottages for
the accommodation of the employees
of the company, some 40 in number.
A wagon road has been completed
from the main road to the falls. A
modern hotel will be commenced this
summer and pushed to completion as
rapidly ns possible.
It is the intention of the company
to supply electric power to ovory city,
town or working mine in the district, A large number of investors
will visit Bull River Falls next Monday, and possibly a number of lota
will be sold.
With the immense deposits of hematite iron, its large forest areas, construction of Its power plant, and its
plncer mines, Bull River Falls seems
destined to grow rapidly and become
one of the. largest and most beautiful
towns in Southeast Kootenay.
Looking
to    ! Minions oi Feel
Canada.      ot L
TREATY
FAILURES.
COLORADO CAPITALISTS ANX   PASSED DOWN THE KOOTENAY LAURIER  GOVERNMENT'S   RE
I0DS TO CARRY ON OPERATION IN CALGARY.
RIVER THIS WEEK   MOST
OF THE LOGS HEL0NG
TO  THE   CANADIAN
LUMBER COMPANIES
CORD   TREATY HANGING
FIRE.
Calgary, Alta., June 8—Several letters of inquiry regarding this part of
the Canadian west ure being received
by Immigration ugent Winn every
day. Today he received one from Williams Brothers, of Norwood, Colorado, asking about homestead regulations, and also about the general conditions. "We ure thinking seriously I er7 causedThy the breaking
of moving Into the Canadian     wost i booms ol several lumber linns
aud would like to know if the condi-  Gateway,     B.C.,     where was stored
tions are favorable there.   We would their winter's cutting of timber. Np-|*Jfi5r
want to go in for stock raising and
would be prepared to spend $30,000
or $40,000," reads a portion of the
letter. Many such persons with ample
means with which to engage In any
such business are
daily,
The I .utirlcr government boast s
that It has acquired the power ol
making treaties. The truth is that
the Canadian government had under
Sir John A. Macdonald all the powei
It hits now, nnd made much better
use of it. Let us see the Laurier
government's record.
There was the joint High Commis
sion which met at Quebec—a (allure,
They then accomplished the Alaska
*..-» «. ».«.„.,   .,« including an arbitration   in
the oncoming of the I which they were   hopolessly worsted,
by the decision of a commission nam
ed by themselves.   They lost this case
by rejecting British advice.
A peculiar sight which has never
been the fortune of this d 1stilet Lo
witness before was seen lust Thursday
morning, when millions of feet ol
logs floated down the Kootenay rlv
if the
all
thing daunted     -.^.^————.^.^—.l
rush of    this     Immense, body of cut
timber    until    it   coached the solid
booms of the Bonner's Ferry Lumber
lulling the month of May 174 people were given accommodation in the
Immigration hall at Calgary. Thirty
(our Immigrants were received at the
hall lust week while thirty-nine left.
At the end of the week there wore 28
Inmates.
.   Company, stretched across the  river
making enquiries |ftt Crossport four miles above  Bonder's Ferry.   Even the enormous and
Directors Mooting.
A meeting of the shareholders
the Aurora Mining Company, held In
McGregor's Hall, Moyie, on Tuesday
evening, the following officers being
elected for the ensuing year.
President -J. A. Harvey.
Vice Pres-J. W. Fitch.
Directors-J. D. McBride, Mr. Mc-
favish, P. F. Johnson.
It is reported thut H. Dimmock
wfll assume the management of the
mine und property of the compuny.
well built booms of this company
could not stand the strain of the
rushing volume of Umber as It came
down the river, Early Thursday a.m.
their booms gave way, and down
cumc millions and millions of (eet of
enormous logs carrying everything
■ before them.
| The booms of the Crescent box fuc-
| tory just below town also gave way
, ( under the strain of rushing logs, and
011 its storage of logs tor the summer
sawing joined the rest in a mad stampede for Canadu, carrying everything
in their path with them.
Millions of feet of timber will     be
lost.   A  certain percentage  will     ol
course be picked up in the Kootenay
lake, but it will be only a very small
saving    compared    to the enormous
loss of the different lumbering firms,
caused by the suhden and rapid rise
of the river and the giving away   of
the log booms of the East Kootenay
in Canada.
Over twenty     million feet of stray
The round up of Buffaloes commenc- I timJ>cr has past Bonner's Ferry this
ed about ten days ugo in the Flat- hf^lJFft8    .mlllioDJeet got away
head mountains.   Over 118 head have f* MM* Tuesday bight, and six ml
been corralled.   The    work of round-1 Uon, f«et 1ftLWa™?w,«1\   " on W.°d
Ing up the animals is difficult,     and "es(lay $«•   ThlB ti,nber\sweop^
although there     were 100 horses and j d°w.n *Ith the heavy current, carried
36 men at the start, and each horse *"* u everything on the river    In
worked every third day, yet it     is i ciudinR several mlllioa feet of timber
found     necessary
mountB, ns the
able to stand the work.   It is expect    _      ...    _   ,
ed that the whole herd will be gatta-1 p°-   All efforts to stop it were use
ered in in a couple of weeks. j ess. and logs were carried down in-
A train of 20 cars will be needed :to tne Mw below- *jf, largest low
for the transportation of the animals I wafl on Wednesday night and Thurs
to Alberta, which will pass through i Jw. whe* *t is estimated that the
Cranbrook in about ten days. timber Posing Bonner's Ferry aver
 * aged a million feet, «jr. hour for fifteen
Tk     u ~t        A   T hours.   It means a great loss to the
1Q6  r&tB  ftOtt   LO&nS* i companies conc?rned, as the logs can
—o— j only bo recovered at a great expense
In the ball game on Thursday oven-1 and many of them will never be   re-
ing between the Fats and Leans, re-'covered.-Bonner's Ferry Herald.
suited in   n     victory for the "Lean)
Round Up Buffaloes.
third day yet it is ' cma'ng several minion leet oi umuer
,ry to procure more I belonging to the Bonner's Ferry Lum-
■ present number b not & £°" and near y all the timber of
the work.  It is expect- tn0 Orescent Woodenware & Box Mfg.
unB."
In the first innings the heavy
weights started in with a rush and
scored five runs, the Leans being satisfied with three. Both were treated
to an exchange of goose eggs in the
second. Honors were in favor of the
Fnts in the third. In the next four
Innings the Leans passed the hat to
"fat uns" filled to the brim with 0000
while they added three runs to their
credit. At this time the game was a
tie. In the first half of the eighth
the fats added one score to this list,
and the leans in their halt of the innings placed two runs to their credit,
just to be good, winning the game.
The following is the score by innings:
Fats-5 0 2 0 0 0 0 1-8
Leans—3 0 10 3 0 0 2—9
Telegraphers   Lose   in   Dispute
With 0. P. R.
 0	
Toronto, June 10—Tlie board ol ar
bitratora, belore whom tbe dispute
between the Canadian Pacific railway
and the company telegraphers waH
argued in Montreal last week, has
completed Its finding.
It in understood thnt the caseB were
dct'iili'd in lavor ol the company.
The telegraphers wanted an operator, who had lulled to notily a stn
tion through which a train was soon
due to puss, and who had given the
trainmen the orders to proceed, the
result ol which wus a colllssion, rein
stutcd. They also wanted a man who
bad been promoted Irom the position
of chief dispatcher to the position of
trainmaster, and who had been injur
ed nnd then put buck In the dispatchers office, removed because his return
necessitated the stepping down of
men who hud h,cen promoted.
The arbitrators were Hon. Wallace
Nesbltt, W. T. .1. l.ec, both ol Toron
to, nnd Judge Thomas, formerly of
Montreal,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
A GROWING CITY SURROUNDED
BY CHOICE FRUIT AND AtJRI-1
CULTURAL LANDS,
Cranbrook city as well as Cran
brook district is growing at a rapid
rate. It is surrounded hy large ureas
of fruit land, also the best grazint*.
and agricultural land in British Col
umbia.
Large numbers of settlerB are arriving daily, also many investors.
They are coming from the United
States and Eastern Canada, and it is
noticeable that enquiries are constantly being received about the
fruit lands of the district.
The fruit and agricultural binds ol
the Cranbrook district are the equal
of the best farming lands in the province.
Perry Creen Goal Fields.
The Perry Creek gold fields are receiving considerable attention this
summer.
The hydraulic company nre doing
an immense amount of work, and are
moving large quantities of gravel.
Placer mining is being extended and
mine owners are much slated with
the showing that has been made since
the season opened.
The British treaty with Japan gave
Cnnudo the right to join or remain
out, and (lie British government, suggested to Canada that If she accepted she might follow the example of
Australia and Natal by reserving the
control of Immigration. Instead Canada contracted to accept all Japan
who come to Canada and give
them the same rights as our own peo
pie.   The result was that our Mr. Le-
ieux hnd to go to Japan and beg
tbe Japanese government as a favor
to keep tbc Japanese people at home,
lie succeeded only because the British
embassy in Toklo backed him up as
vigorously as it could.
Mr. Fielding's French treaty struck
snag, had to be amended at the
dictation of France, and still is hang
ing fire.
The Waterways treaty still Is in
the air—fortunately so, for It may
yet die and so avert a cession of Can
adlnn interests at Niagara, at Sault
Ste. Marie and in Alberta.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
Mrs. Rae McCarter and daughter of
Moscow, Idaho, are visiting in town-
Moving pictures—A fine lot of films
tonight at the Edison theatre.
Hazelwood Buttermilk at Stewart's.
Stewart's Fine    Chocolates always
.1. R. McMullen of Winnipeg, was in
town Friday.
0. P. Biel of CreBton was In the
olty Friday on business.
Wm, Staples of Wyclilfe was at thi
Cranbrook Friday.
Hazelwood Ice Cream is having a
great run this season.
Bring your friends to Stewart's foi
Ice Cream and Cool Drinks.
Constable H. 0, Adney of Wurdner
was in town Friday on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bohart of Wardnei
were Cranbrook visitors Friday.
A. R. Hart of Montreal was In the
Oranbrook Friday.
Don't miss the opening of tho Palm
Ice Cream parlor tonight.
SHOWS UP    IRoseherruwarns
badly. British empire.
DON'T    WANT    TO     ATTKN1
NAVAL CONFERENCE   HOW
SIR    WILFRID    WAH
TAKEN INTO CAMP
The Laurier government shows u,
badly in the correspondence rolnl Ins
to the coming Imperial Naval Confer*
ence iu London next July it will la
recollected thai the Imperial govern
ment, i.n being Informed ol the pans
ing of the famous Kind Words revo
lutlou, of the projected visit of Kit
Frederick Borden and Mr, Brodei i t<
Loudon to consult tho admiralty,
made tbe thoroughly reusonal lc
gestlon that nu Imporlal Naval Con
ference—one of the subsidiary gather
lugs arranged for In 1007 be convok
ed.
To this suggestion which nmplj
guarded our autonomous position thi
Laurier government returned what
can only be described us n mosl pet
ulant and ungracious reply, Lei ui
quote it :
"My ministers have no! sulliclenl
Information to warrant them in ad
vising as to tbe necessity of such e
formal conference In advance or
conference of 1911. The views of
Canadian house of commons on tho
question of naval defence have nlron
dy been expressed. In perBiianco of
the resolution of that, body two uf
the ministers, ut already announced,
will shortly go to London to discuss
with the admiralty the best method
of carrying out that resolution There
visit will probably take plan- i,
June, but there will be im objection
to postponing it until July if the Imperial authorities prefer •neb delay."
Which amounts to this : "Wo don't
want to attend your conference. We
have told you already what we moan
to do. We are going anyway to send
a couple ot ministers to England t>>
consult the admiralty, not your naval
conference. We wished to send them
in June; but, oh well, it yon insist.
wc will let them Walt till July."
Whereupon the Colonlnl office, which
some hasty men describe as stupid,
seized upon the last grudging phrase
and with calm, imperturbable dexter
ity, replied : "Thank you so much foi
your cordial  acceptance."
And so Sir Wilfrid Laurier was taken Into camp.
j MUST   BUILD   DAKADNUUGHTS
AS LONG AS THERE IS
A SHILLING TU SPEND.
National Defence Duty.
London, June ,V-The lirst real note
ol alalia from a bigh Source la dm
noctlon with tbe Antl'Oerman aglta
tion which has practically sent Bng
land into hysterics was sounded to
night by nu less a person than Lord
Roseberry, the former premier,
"We can und will build Dread
noughts km long an wc have a sbil
ling t" spend," be declarod, dramatl
cully, while a big audience ol repre
tentative Englishmen hung on hi*
every word, "but 1 am not sure that
even that is enough, Responsibility
for oui national defense rests with
Lin- colonies, and all. should at thla
time feel their responsibility."
TV BoyB Brigade.
Svanbiirg and Hayes Matched.
Kansas City, June 7—John Svan
berg, winner of the Chicago Marathon
and Johnny Hayes, the American
runner, were matched today for a 20
mile race to be run next Saturday at
Athletic Club park.
All fighting Kire,
Fredericton. June 9-The forest fires
of Central Now Brunswick, fanned by
yesterday's heavy northwest Wind aro
gaining ground, and last night this
city was filled with clouds of heavy
smoke and cinders fulling. The wind
dropped later, momentarily easing the
situation. The burns at Frederick
junction owned by four farmers, wen-
destroyed. ,
Bad fires are raging in the Oram.
FallB district, where the Grand mink
Pacific contractors are making a hard
fight with the flames. The 0. P. K.
has big gangs out fire fighting along
the Gibson brunch, which runs to
Woods rock. Over WOO men are fighting the fires in the province. The tim
her loss will be Immense.
Dominion Day in London.
Wattsburg wus in
A. E. Watts of
Town Thursday.
Next Sunday, Corpus Chrlsti, will
be celebrated at St.  Eugene Mission.
fresh at Stewart's Fruit Store.
Hazelwood Ice Cream at Stewart's.
Mrs. W. S. Thomas of Minneapolis,
was a Cranbrook visitor Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hutchins of Van
couver were in the city Friday.
R. 3. Lennie of Nelson was visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Watts at Watts
burg Friday.
Born—At Cranbrook, on Friday,
June 11th, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Head, a baby girl.
Strawberries
Fresh   "Hood   River'
at Stewart's daily.
The Fats went down to defeat
Thursday evening.   The Leans     wer*
too much for the heavyweights.
B. R. Whitehead of Toronto and W
J. Lnmbrlth of Ladner were register
ed at the Cranbrook Friday.
Herb Fullerton was In town ThUN
duy shaking hunds with his many old
time friends.
Earl MoGlnnis of
accidentally killed
runaway.
"Jack" Scott, chief despatcher for
the C.P.R., has been transferred     to
The Dominion Bay banquet on July ; Bouris   Man.
1st will be held in the Imperial In- '
ternational     exhibition,     Shepherd's
Bush.   Lord  Strathconn will reside.
Bull   River,  we
yesterday   by
About forty boys were in line on
Monday evening last and bad 0 splon
did march out and drill under Cap
tain Hughes. Sergeant Crooks Wat
with the company for the tirst time
The appearance of tho boys on tu
front street was interesting to thi
numerous spectators and many ie
marks of appreciation were beard,
though the awkward aqund was nisi
in evidence. After the drill lec cream
was served by the Indies of the bam
of hope and the boys made know.
heir enjoyment in a rousing checi
lor those who so kindly treated them
Plans are being worked out for nboiu
a week's camping early in the nnil
days, when rigorous military tlrll
and discipline will be combined witl
a free and easy time.
The speech ol the    former premiei
w ; was the sensation of tbe Press Congress dinner al'Shepherd's Bush   to
.-ul    night.    Delegates from every  part   ol
ml j the Itiitisb empire were present   and
i  ;. , naturally the ctiief topic ol discussion
tbe | was tbc Gorman situation and espcr-
the  lally the developments at the German
tho   Naval  League meeting at Kiel,    Lord
Roseberry     welcomed   the delegates,
pointing out to them the great powei
nl tin- press at the present time.   II**
also urged them to consider carefully
the duty uf each of Britain's colonies
to the mother country.
Continuing lie said ; "It is the duty
of every man here to take back to Ilia
home the message thai the responsibility for national defense rest:; with
every rttan in the empire. Yes, you
must take this message. Tell your
people of the deplorable condition
which will follow Europe's lapse into
militarism and of the pressure that
is hotng put mi this little island. But
also take this niesHtige with it, There
will In- un weakness and no backward
stops.
"For England's own salvation pbe
must look to herself. She is alone.
It she cannot guard herself she must
look to her colonies, and they have
never failed yet."
The speech is most significant because of the position that Lord Roseberry occupied in British public Ufa.
lie is close to und friendly with all
llie present governmental lenders. In
many quarters it is believed that bis
Speech was planned as a direct reply
to the speeches made at the German
Naval League meeting, at which it
was accepted Germany's naval policy
must be continued until she wrests
from England control of the seas.
Will Take Exams.
The following is a list uf scholnrt
who will be examine! for tbc High
School this season :
Sadie Gillis, Bella Taylor, Sarah
Palmer, .Jessie Kennedy, Rose Gas
kill, Mamie Maokey, Jessie McCowan
Irene Wade, Vivian Blssons, Jessii
Murgatroid, Florence Wood, Cam
McNabb, Douglas Stewart, HilK
Brownly, Raymond Armstrong.
Rhodes Scholor Chosen.
Victoria, June ID Arthur Yates, oJ
Vancouver, a graduate of McGill un
versity, was selected as Rhodes BChol
ar for British Columbia this year b;,
the committee under the trust ben
tonight.
Steamboat Trip.
Winnipeg, June 7—A large number
of business men from Grand Forks
and other North Dakota towns arrived here this morning by the steamer
and were welcomed by many river
craft and thousands of citizens,
It was the first trip made by steamer between Grand Forks und Winnipeg in 2H years.
The object of the trip is to Impress
Born—At Oranbrook, on Tuesday,
June Nth, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller,
a son.
Government agent J. F. Armstrong
next  week will leave     for tbe coast.
He will be away about two weeks.
A message from Mars is to the ef
feet, that Wm. Sloan Ex MP., Is out
of politics.
Tin
play
says
young  lady  posing In  the din
window    of McCallum A Co.,
"there i« no files on me."
A large number of     excursionists
the United States congress with   theL^" iiVtuioHotii"""'inil" Wisconsin were k
C.P.R. EARNINGS.
Montreal,   June 10-O.P.R. traffic
earnings for the first week of Juno
Increased $202,000 over the same week
last year.
Duke of Connaught in Smash-
London, June 9—The Duke of Con-
naught, brother of King Edward, bad
a narrow escape from injury this afternoon while riding in »n electric
Brougham in Pall Mull, The axle
broke, the wheel coming off nnd the
duke was thrown forward into tho
street. He continued the journey in
a hansom. The crowd cheered when
they found he hnd escaped Injury.
feasibility of tbe Red River as an nv
entie of commerce, nnd get an appropriation for its Improvement. With
the St. Andrews locks about completed, navigation will be possible for
oteamors to go right through to tho
head of lake Winnipeg, n distance ol
five hundred miles,
Will Celebrate.
Fort Steele will celebrate Dominion ]
day, July 1.   A number of good purs ,
ch will be hung up, and local horse
men are anticipating having a good j
time In the pioneer city of the Knot-1
hi town Friday.
The Illustration melodies nt the Kdison theatre tonight will be rendered
by Mr. Skinner und the moving pictures will be very interesting.
Stewart's '"rushed Fruit Sodas.
Cherry, Pineapple, Raspberry, Straw
berry—are delicious, try them.
COLLISION IN FOG
Victoria,     June 10- The   tug   Se. |
Lion of Seattle, was run down today '
by schooner Oceania Vance during
thick  fug about      Rve  miles east   o !
Race Rocks.   The crow escaped In the j
tug boats und     made  Port  Angolcs
The tugs Tyee  and  Pioneer  nre      en
route to the scene to pick up the to»
the hulk Chargeur, loaded with stone
Deering,  McCormnck  Mowem    nnd|
Deering Rakes at Frank Detail's. Re
pairs made on all agricultural tmplc
ments,
Deering, McCormnck Mowers und
Deering Bakes at Frank DgzuU'b, Re
pairs made on all agricultural imple
ments.
The Herald asks : "When Is the go*
ernment going to stnrl on the new
postotilre ?" When we have n Con
servattve premier.
Deering, McCormnck Mowers and
Deering Rakes at Frank Dosmll's, Rn
pairs made on all agricultural imple
ments.
The refrigerating plant <>f P   Burns
Co.,  waH tested this week and     It
meets every   requirement.   A   carload
Bull River Falls
\   LARGE   NUMBKR   OF    EXCUR-
SInNISTS   ON  THEIR  WAY  TO
THE FUTURB METROPOUS.
About one hundred and fifty eieur-
fllonlsts and investors of Chicago,
Wisconsin and Illinois have charter-
ed n special train, and are now en*
route for Cranbrook and Wurdner,
when they will stop over and visit
the new metropolis of Southeast Kootenny "Bull River FallB." '  .
Tho party are expected to arrive
next Monday, and the train will be
sidetracked at Wnrdner, where Mr. G.
E. Henderson, president of tbe Bull
River Power and Milling Co., will
meet and escort the party to Bull
River.
Bull lliver Falls the new town of
Southeast Kootenay, has been platted
and the embryo city now contains a
sawmill, general merchandise store,
and several residences. A large and
commodious hotel will be constructed
this full.
After visiting Bull Hirer Falls the
excursionists will entrain and leave
for Seattle and take in the Alaska
Yukon exposition
Band Concert
The Band, under Bandmaster F. B,
Corrison, will render the following
program Monday evening next :
March -"The Gingerbread Cadets,"
Baldwin  Sloan
Vatse    "Love's Devotion,"  Johnson
Suln for Cniet and Euphonium-
"Loves did Sweet Song," Molloy.
Selection of the latest hits from
New York and Detroit.—Lampo.
Characteristic '' Southern Beautiis''
-C.   L
Medlf
murk.
rntormezso
Quick   Step
Moon
God Save tbe  King
Johnsnn.j^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Rose  Pretty   Rose."  Ban-
Ivanhoe,"   Butler.
The Little Giant."
Kire in Works Department.
The Minister of Public Works discovered a lire in his department nt
Ottawa. A good many valuable papers wore burned before it was distinguished. Home years ago a great
number of such papers were burned
in one of the departmental building*.
LIEUTENANT   GOVERNOR
RESIGNS.
HON, JAMES DUKSMUIR WILL RK-
TIRE FROM  OFFICE AT  VICTORIA,
; of   meat   was   placed   in   tin-   coolln
room on Tuesday evenlnir.
i    Choice B. C Cucumbers and Tiiiiu
; toes at   Stewart's.
t   The machines for mixing  the   cor
terete for the foundation of the     nc
school house have arrived, and it  i
i expected that the     Inundation
basement walls will be completed
1 about fifteen days.
enay.
.1   l|    Wilson of  Spokane,      J.  B
Caverhlll  of  Vancouver,  nnd   J.   Me- I
Knight of Calgary were registered   at
the Oranbrook Friday. I   u,  a. Aikons has moved his stuck
■  | from the Hundley building on Baker-
Repeat it:—"HhRob'e Cure will al-j street to next door to the auditor
ways cure my coughs and colds."       jlum.
Victoria,   June   10—Lieut.-governor
iMinsmiiir lias asked to be relieved til
the duties or bis office,   He has written the govornor-generatyn council to
this effect, but has consented to    r«-
main In office     until a successor can
be found,
His term of five years hnd another
ml   year to run but be has wished     for
In j some time to relinquish the position
iu order to devote his trtne more fully to his business affairs.
Dick Abbott left on Friday on
visit to Montreal. *•(. t
THB PKoeU'bH lull.    ,'IU.SHIIiiuh,    n.    ''.,   SATUHDAY, JUNE 11, WM.
CaN'T BE BEAT fIR WEAR—FOR STYLE
McPhearson's
BOOTS
FOR  MEN
Cinderella   Boots
For Ladies
Procurable onlv at
Q. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP
CRANBROOK, B. C.
kA/>/vvvy»/^^>/y/>/VVVVVVyv^
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
Guests Comtort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection
Nearest to railroad depot,    lias accoromo.
iltitiims   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Oranbrook.
H H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot ami ('.old llaths Proprietors
[aNUMIY 0*09
I \ • Willi*
Tbrce months ul this year huve gone and you ire run
right down I   II you tic " plavcd mu " in 3 month* how
'   ~      ,s is1' c,n vou naPc ■» »'<■■» up (or tho res, ol rhe yetr'f   Red
if ftiKlaJJ'    the following story Irom H c. .inJ receive ihe hope it glveita
w«WH"»        every weiry, worn end played-out nun and woman.
COULD SCARCELY GET AROUND
"Mrs. Worden lies taken lour bottles ol PSYCHINE and it has made a new
woman ol Iter. Before she turned tutake 1'SYCHINU she could scarcely get around
to do her work, and now she can do it without feeling the least fatigue. 1 will
Itronglv recommend PSYCHINE to my one.   It will relieve their suffering."
VC. J. WORDEN, Works Point Barracks, Victoria, B.C.
I'M, I, i net what FSYI BIN1C WM Inl ended I ,i do. Thoura ml. of« nary loiter, have liraLed
itodfi. I'dVCUtN'ly, UteUretLeibof'r.-ttli),, and nnmy were on the verge o( decline before tliey
li.er.i or ll.   Hill nn lUALler Iww far guile, PSYCHINE hint proved lllolr friend ami wruiisht
deliverance. PSYI.*I1INIC (oeseii Hie etai uf lire Lronule, and while li In itiuiiIhic flloh, It.d
Hluitil. il. nilauk. any di.ea.nit t-arta of tlie Throat, Ignite. ' keH and Btnmaeh.   l'HYi.'IIINK
rightly merit, the Mile given It by Iheiuanda, via., the "orpiit'l'onlii ile.,ler," P3YVHINM le
lilthly rm mended by i lie M«<li.»l Pr.iflsi.lou iieeatlae of lit great Tunic iii'iiuertie»eMlcre»lee
tn t|i|>elite and givee new life when all else lite ,
(tiled.
All DruggUtl tad Htore. .ell I'SYiillNK »
Mctmill.iKialiottle.  Send WDr.T, A. SI.OOUM, r-.u, r.h,,irunr inmuiWR
Limited, Torooit. lor e, i'luCK iKiiL. 1 Tr|t6RO,TE5TPI TumSHJHn
P5¥@WNE
y^i^i^fflsradRra^fc! G
wcttk link
•' wettkiigititi
Of  the ston
P.erc*'* <
I .c.i ut the chief or-
ms of the body it *
,i»k io the t'luin uf
Lite. A I'li.im is mi
stronger   thun   ila
w cukes t link, the body
no Htrongcr thun io
! i ere is weakness of stomach, liver or Suniis, there Is i
firthi' oi Life which nitty Riiap m un> time. Often this nn-culled
is caused by luck «f nutrition, the result of tsL-ukness or dheitse
ch Kin! other organs of digestion und nutrition. Discuses und
u i'*e sttmiiich und *is it It led organs ure cured hy the use of Dr.
leu .\!i-.iie,tl Discovery.    When the weak nr diseased stomach
-i.'-fcf.:;!: f.vr:'j@ri>/?;i5ifR./.
A HEALTHY LIFEif
A  HAPPY   HOME]
Iwwwwwwwwwww***
Tu be had on it
in the British Cnlumlii.'i
Kooten;i\   and  Columbi
Companies' Land (limit;
suited l"i th<- raising •»!
IIS1I COLUMBIA FARM
Southern;   Columbia and
and   Western   Railway
Kami Land-, eminently
EAST   KOOTENAY
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FRUIT,   GRAIN
ill,l-.nl
ICASY
OR
III ul \   In
t usli. I
i these (irants .
I F.UMS, from
STOCK
i\v figure
D1STKIUT LEDGKR.
Will Start Mill.
Arrangements are being made by!
the Crow's Nest Pans Lumber Co. toj
utnrt up their mill at the at, Mary'H i
river camp near Marysvllle. A num*|
bor of men loft Cranbrook Tuesday i
to put the mill in running order. Op-
emtio ns will commence next week.
Methodist Church.
SUNDAY, JUNK 13.
cured, diseases of other organs which seem remote from the stomach but which
have their origin in j diseased condition of the stomach and
•ther  organ*   of d'tietttion and  nutrition, are  cured   also,
TVifl strung man has a strong stomach.
T,iMk thv above recommended "Dlseov*
cry" una Yua may have a strong stum-
avh <i«*i a strong, body,
(rivis Av. \\\ Dr. Pierce's (Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised !:.d:tum, in sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
e*'>eo« »t t«ji**J!n» only. Send .11 oue*ccnl slumps for ihe
I in ruM— '■ i "•■■ or fill stamps for the cloth-hound vol*
u..-.    A*»J.cv IV. K. V. fierce, HuftUlo, N. V,
0—lk3s=
i lor
Canadian   Pacif;c   Railway
linilier I.jihIs i
llie-.r   < il'IllUS,   .11
»i|i i acres upwai
t ilu
liarai tt-r
ale in l.li
situalfi
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GOOD SHIPPING FA lilTIES
SCENERY UNSURPASSED
For   Mai
I itcmiur
Disk  I
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. I" 2nd \
Calgary, \lli.
The school liotril hits been uugmeni.-
wl hy llr. Wrigglesworth, who takes
thi' pluce ol 0. L. Pedlar, who was
absent too Ions.
Mr. Dubois, manager of tbe Kit,
Lumber Co., was in Spokane lor a
lew days on business und returned on
Tuesday.
George l'edlnr. the '"really" editor
ol the Free I'ress, returned to oui
fair metropolis the early part ol the
week, George stuck with the book
agent proposition until he unloaded
his coul claims and then he came
home to roost.
Now thut the proposed baseball
and recreation ground is nearini; completion in front ol the t'.l'.H. depot,
In which both tbc C.l'.It. nnd M.F. A
M. railways combined to put same it
order, it is suueested thnt both these
companies amalgamate und put up o
decent game us tin occasion tor the
opening ol same.
The Kiitmen and Printers played »
real sood giime ol bull on Thursday
ulcht. The Fats won by a score of
H to 12. The following were tbe
lineups . H'uts Ibivey, 1st; White 2nd;
McMillan, ini; WriggleBWorth ss und
p. Scott, r.f.l llibbert. c.t.l Whelnn.
P .-:w' is; Lloyd, l.f.; Dcun c. Print
ers Gulesple 1st; Quintan 2nd ; Rush
President,   :lr,';     Stanley   ss; Miller c.l. and p_;
and
Buckley c.f.;
Kit kp.ilrick
Klrkpntrick
Rocbon p and c.f ;
; K. Klrkpntrick
Town Lots for Sale in Cranbrook     mm nu nm.
Kootenay     flats    now   resemble a
lake.   The water is rising rapidly.
We understand that Victoria nven-
Morning     service    nt   11, Sunday j
School nnd Bible Classes at three.
at Sirdar. Silver unit is the most
popular,
The government bridge at the foot
.)( Fourth street is now finished and
the crew thnt have been grading the
street have heen called off.
Harry Wright,     government agent,
reSS to'&n^sdaV'ultVr  -^ SaguTpr
dially invited to these classes to
spend a pleasant hour ; difficulties in
the way of faith have often been re
moved by the means of the Bible
Class.
Evening     service at 7.30.   Visitors
and those    who do not attend     any
cordially
prayer ser-
previous to the evening service
tn the inner vestry at seven.
Tuesday- -Epworth League Mission
ary  meeting;  subject,   David  Living
stone.   Meeting commences ut eight.
Wednesday-Ladies   Aid   Lawn   Soo-
cial  will     be given on the lawn of;
Mrs.  J.  A. Harvey at eight o'clock.!
A feature o( the evening will be    n|
—o-— I balloon ascension and a musical pro j
Although he has a longing desire to j f JJjn-   Ic« . c''c«m    ^A   other good '
withdraw  from the field of political
activity for ever, Sir Wilfrid Laurier
is said to have acceded to the wishes
Auditorium
TDES., JUNE IS
Wright acted as arbitrator In the
case ol Simmons vs. Patcrmnn, an
action lor trespass, and after hearing
the evidence brought forward, decided to dismiss the action.
Laurier to Kemain in Lead of Party.
PURITV FLOUR
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary t,, buy a considerable quantity
of flour at one time—suflicient to b^i t'.T a long period.
Naturally tliey are anxious tu procure a llo.ir at' llie kind beat
adapted to lengthy storage.
There are two important reasons why PURITY FI.OUR
possesses these qualities. One is that it is m;ide entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheat. The other lies in the fact that the careful
milling necessary lo produce "Purity" absolutely excludes all
low-grade particles of Ihe wheat berry. It's the high grade
Manitoba Hard Wheat Flour thai keeps—stands longest storage.
That's  "Purity."
"Purity" flour may cost a little more,
but is more  than worth the difference.
Try it.    Watch results both for quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Western Canada Hour Mills Co., Lumen
Mill* .t Si. Boniface, Oodtrlcti. Brandon
Offlca, Win nip*t, Mmitobt,
Train* *ere held uu litre on Wed
iifst.it) owing tu operations ut the
tfiiko bridge. Tbe old Wooden bridge
over the Kik is being replaced by u
modern iteol structure,
John I. Macdonald, accountant ot
the Tritea Wood Co., returned on the
Sunday flyer from un extensive tour
ut the enst.
w H, Stanley left on Saturday tut
for Rpoknne on business
Jo men Anhdown, Bi-mayor ol Win-
nlpeg, tbe big hardware man of the
west, was in town nn Saturday uud
Sunday. Me it; establishing a big
warehouse In Culgary.
Fred Klrlcpntrlclc, who has been
working in Hpoknne has returned
home
ll, i. KlreHtonc, mill superintendent
,,t tin- I51k mill f'»r the past several
ve.u, iia, been compelled through Ul
health to rewlgn bis position und left
on Tuenday lor his home In Ltbby.
Mont, Tin- employees ol the Co., uml
otbei frlendH prenentcd Mr. KI.est.one
with a purse containing $«*> in ((old
ns ,i token ol their esteem.
Ilobt. Dudley, Fred Vance and I. K.
Covcrl leave for the coast this week
to nt tend the annual convention of
the Odd Fellows RWiml lodge. Mrs.
Deck, Mrs. Carlson, and Mrs. Vauce
are delegates to tile fd'heknh grand
lodge. Tom llfpli nnd Mrs. Dudley
will tfo nlong iis chaperones.
TO UKNT.
-—o—
i   On Cranbrook street,    near    Hyde
street, a two room cottage partially
furnished    Apply on the premises.
uf the Liberal party nnd will remain
as their leader until the next, ueneral
etectioD in 1912.
There i« no secret about the premier's eagerness to retire from politi
tal life, as not long ago, it was   declared     today,    he told the cabinet
members of that desire,   (lis advanced age, coupled with the fact thnt he j
and  Lady  Laurier     are not enjoying I FALLS
i;onii health, is    said to be his principle reason for wishing to resign and
quit, politics.   When the party lenders i
heard of this, they urged the premier OHAS
to remain,   nsiin*  the argument   that
bis   resignation  might   injure     their
ohnnues of    victory at the neit election.
It Is reported today that Premier
Laurier yielded, and will remain Iu
office for the present.
things will be served.   A    large     at-1
tendance is expected, particularly     ift
the favorable weather continues.
A large attendance is expected particularly if the favorable weather continues.
Thursday   Prayer service at 8.
Friday--Choir practice at H,
All cases of sickness should be sent
without delay to the notification     of
the pastor.
PROM     BOAT
DROWNS.
AND I
DIAMOND,   WBl.li KNOWN) II
PIlOSPRCTOn AND MINBH.
Earl Grey to see A Y P Fair
Karl Urey, irovertior genei-ul ol t'tw
nila, left for Nmtlnwl June 3rd. On
hie return in a month he will visit
the Seattle exposition. Frunk Oliver,
minister ol the interior; Willium Teni-
IiMiiuii, minister ol inlntiil revenue,
uml Sydney Klslier, minister ol Anri
culture, will ulsu visit Henttle.
Annual Meeting.
The Rrnerul unnutil mectlui; ol the
directors ol the .Society Girl Minim:
fi,. wus held in the Morloy Hnll on
Monday.
Tlie iiuiiiuil meeting ul the Aurora
Minim: uml Milling t'nnipnny wits
held In Mrfirriiors Mull on Tuesduy.
.June Ktli. ut 7 p.m.
The niectluirs were cillleil Inr the
purpose of electlnf! offlcem ntul trans
uctlni: uuy other liuslness thut muy
entile lieliirr the mrrtlncit.
COnpOIUTION  OK TI1K  CITY OF
CJIlANllnoOK
Ptthlic notice is hereby itlvon thut
ull yards nnd alleys must bo elenned
up to the siitisluetinn of tho Snnltutv
Inspector un or lielnre .Ittne 19tli.
1S09.
T, W. tlOHKIlTS,
CMty Olerk,
Mny 'i. iwt 211-2
t'hus. Diumiiiid, otic of the hest
known ehnrnoters in Moyie und Kast
Kootenny, wus drowned in the Narrows Above the town ol Moyie on
Friday afternoon ol lust week. The
body was nut recovered though men
nrc grappling for it. The water is 15
feet deep where he fell in. There Is
high water und u strong current and
the body may he curried to the lower lake.
Diamond was !iu years ol age, and
his only known relative is n brother
near Wenutchee. Wash,
Ohas. Diumond was a miner anil
prospector and came to Fort Steele
in infill from Montana. He was well
and favorably known in Montunu and
Idaho.
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ONE NIGHT
ONLY
Tlio (ii'i<at   Event o!
tho Season
Comody
Tin'  Famous Etiirllsli
A   MESSAGE
FROM MARS
A METROPOLITAN CAST.
PRODUCTION.
A flREAT SCENIC
A FAMOUS PLAY,
The Ctisl is of Unusual Blrciigth uml Incltitles the Cclebntted
English Comodlan
BERESPORD   LOVETT
(Direct iii un l.i null hi i
" THIS ATTRACTION IS ABSOLUT ELY QUARANTIiED "
PRICES       -       $1.50 and $1.00
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
I'llANllHtlOK
TO
SBATTLH.
$25.00
Tickets on snlc dully Muy 2!lt,h to
Oct. Mtli Final return limit ir,
duys, but  not Inter than Oct.. 31,
Smoking in Church
Supporters ol the llev. Sydney
Goodman, pastor ol the Men's church
who was assailed hy conservative
members ol tushioniihle Ascension
church for allowing smoking and vaudeville ut Sunday night meetings foi
men, are hack of a movement for tu
build n regular church lor use of the
pastor, who claims he hits used the
only proper method to secure attend
ancc ol men at church.
Announcement was recently mad,
lief,ire the Ascension congregation
where the llev. Mr. Goodman is as
sistant rector, that land had heen
secured lor the new Men's church and
thut building would be started in the
fall. The new congregation will have
no women members. Ucsides the
church there will be cluhrnoms und
tither features, including n stage tor
vaudeville and a moving picture outfit.
Time Changed on Grow Line.
Trains over the Crow's Nest branch
railway, commencing Monday lust
will arrive us lollnws :
FROM THK EAST.
213 will arrive at 11.10 u. in.
7 will arrive at 12.fid p. m.
23f., local, will arrive at 23,nr,.
FROM THK WEST.
2H arrives at  15.10 p. in.
8 arrives at 17.45
Stock Quotations
As Furnished by
IIFAMC A BliWBLL, Oranbrook. B.O
April 19th, 130S.
Bid   Asked
Aurora I'unsulUlated smelters
II. 0, AmiiliMiinulfd Goal .04J
B. 0. Copper 5.76
Canadian Marconi 1.50
Canadian tloldllelds .04
Canadian Northwest Oil .30
Consolidated Smelters 77.00
Oranbrook Fire Brick
Diamond Conl .55
Diamond Vale Coal 12J
I',,mini,ni  Capper .1(7
InteruntlcUBl  Cual .65
Nicola Coal Minos I,t.il .04
Nlplsslng io.7B
Nugget Gold Mines .70
North Star .ipu
McGllllvruy Creek Conl 	
Humbler Cariboo .14
Hoyiil Oolllorloa .33
Society Girl
Sullivan
Western fill (uni.) 1.40
Western  Oil   (prof) u.ar,
Veteran War  Scrip        450.00
PiiyiMll is $40,000.
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■ practices are difficult to detect until use has proved the goodness
or badness of the article. Woods, making, finishes—all may be
juggled by adepts in the making of Furniture. And there are some
manufacturers who make nothing else but furniture with good looks
enough to sell itself, but with no intrinsic worth to make it give years
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Double Concave for
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CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS h»*e fevolutioniieel NUOf nuking-they w TEMPERED BV ELECTRICITY, which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS th* ««1 used in their nurmficturc is ol the linest English »nd
Swedish make. This wonderful discovery is the result ol years of experiment ini study. »nd at last there his been
produced a razor that wiU shave any beard. NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life ot steel. All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not requite HONING
or GRINDING during a lifetime in private use) they are all tempered alike, every part of their blades being subjected to
the same AMPERE8 OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the molt expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit! You will save
$5000 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving" -This booklet illustrates the
correct rator position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LlFE)-it also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, riakers, m™E  T THB    N
 459-461 Broadway. N. V.  	
District nf Ki.st Kootenay.
i inKc uotlce thnt i, Mrs, McFarlane
nl Cranbrook, occupation married
woman, intend to apply tor permis
uni \o purchase the following ties
|...:.fil lands: Commencing at a post
planted ut the north oast corner ol
Cooper's pre-emption. thence west 1"
chains, thence north -" chalttB, thence
oast t<> Moyie river, thence following
down stream to placo of commence1
men.
Mrs   Smiio J, McFarlane.
il   Melton, Agont,
Dated April 3rd, 1903 17
i RANUHOOK LAM') DIBTIUCT
histiiii i.t (Bust Kootonay.
Take notice thut l, Walter Drum
Mt-Kutiuiii' oi Cranbrook, occupation
merchant, intond to npplj lor permis
sion to purchase the following dm j
cribed lauds Uommeiiciug ut n post
plnntod it tho southeast corner oi
lot 8485, thenco soU.li 70 chains,
Lhcnoe easi DO onalus, thonce north 110
chains, thenco oob| 20 chains, thenco
north 10 chains, thonce west to chains
lo place ol comtnencomonl
Walter Uruce McParhmo,
Dntod M'ni 8rd, L900. li
CHANHHOOK LAND DISTRICT
Distrl
ol Bast  Kootonay.
n BOOK STORES
CRANOROOK LAN!) DISTRICT
District, of Kootonay
Take notice that 1, George J. Hun
ter »il Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation hunker, intend to appiy foi
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing ni a
post planted about three und a huh
miles north of the International
boundary line ami about one uml a
hull miles north east of lot 78-11 ami
adjacent on the eastern boundary t<>
Henry K. Hyde's uml Henry Riviere's
application, beiug tlie northwest cor
ner adjacent to the south west cor
nor    of  Arthur  t\ Kemmis' upplica
tion, thence east Kl) chains, tbenci
smith Nil chains, thence west Hi.
chuins, thence north K0 chuins, to tin
point of commencement uml contain
inti G40 acres more or less,
George J. Hunter, Locator,
George W. Kerr. Agent.
Located March 30th,  1909. Ifi
anANtmouK land district
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that I, Launcelot ft
Holsti'i ol Sturgeon Fulls, Ontario,
occupution doctor, intend tn apply
tor permission to purchase the to!
lowing described lands, commencing
ut u post planted about three mile*
north of tlie International boun t.»'.
Uud uud about one mile north of thi
northern boundary of lot 7811 .mil ad
jarent to the northwest corner ol
Henry K. Hyde's application,   thenci
BOUth 80 ChuiUs, thenre west SU chain*
thence   north   80   chalnB)   thence   eust
80 chains to the point ol commence
ment, containing  B4Q ncres more    Ol
let* |    HV
Launcelot B, Bolster, Locator
Goorgo W, Kerr, Agent.
Located March Mtb, 1909. IE
fiRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootonay
Take notice t im t I, I lonry Ernest
Hyde ol Plocber Crook Alberta, or
oupation banker, intend to apply [oi
permission to purchase tlie following
described landB, commencing at s
post planted about 3 miles north ol
the Inteinational boundary line and
about one mile north "f the northern
boundary of lot 784] and about n
quarter ol o mile oast ol tho east
hank ol Sage Creek, in the Flathead
valley, being tho northwest corner
thence east 8" chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains to the point
ol commencement, find containing
ti4d ncres more or less.
George W. Kerr. Aiient
Henry Ernest Hyde. Locutor
Located March 29th, 1909. LG
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kant Kootonay
Take notice that I, Eva Wood Cane
of Newmarket, Ontario, married woman, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post plunted ho chuins south of the southeast
corner of lot 124, group l, Kootonay
District, thence uorth 40 chuins,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
It) chains-, thence oust 40 chains to
point of commencement contulning
Hit) ncres more or less.
I9vn Wood Cane, Locator
Hurry Melton, Agent
Duted  April  tGtb,  1909. 18
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenny.
Take notice that I, John Angus
Fergusson ot Oranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, intend to upply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
ut u post planted at the S.W, corner
ol lot No. 1113, thence west 20 chains
thence north 80 chains, thence east
20 chuins, thence south 80 chains t"
place of commencement, containing
160 ncres more or less.
John Annus Fergusson, Locator.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated  April 27th,   1909.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootenny
Take notice, that I, Alexander w.
Smith, of Rossland, B. 0., occupa
tion Hotelkeeper, intend to apply [or
permission to purchase the following
described lunds, commencing at a
post planted about one mile west oi
rhe Flathead river and one mile uorth
of the International boundary line,
nnd weal ol Lot 7839, being the south
east corner, thence north BO chulns .
ihence west nn chains, thence south Hn
chains, thence east 80 chain.-, to
point nl commencement and contain
nig 540 acres more or less,
Vie lander W. Smith, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent
Located this SStb day ol March,
1909 lt>
crlbed lands, commencing at n post I
planted about tour miles north of the
international boundary line and about
2 miles north of lot 7841 and adjacent
to the northwest corner of Henry Re-
viere's application, being the smith
west corner, thence north ?0 chuins.
thence eust ho chains, thence south
80 chuins, thence west 80 chuins to j
the point of commencement, and con
tuining 840 acres more or less.
Frederick I'orritt, Locator. !
George W. Kerr, Agent, j
Located March 29th, L909. Ifi!
 — 1
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Tuke notice that John Cannon of
Cranbrook, B. C, occupation checker, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post planted ut N.E. corner of lot 85115, thence
eust to S. B. corner of lot 4142,
thence south to north boundary of
lot 123, thence west to S.E. corner of
lot 8536, thence north to point of
commencement.
John Cannon. Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated April 15, 1909 19
pation horse dealer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at u 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 wost coiner of
Henry E. Hyde's location, being the
south east corner, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chuins, thence
east HO chains, and then south 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing G40 acres
more or less.
George B. Bolster, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th. 1909. L6
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
District of Kootenay.
| Take uottci ti.,.i I, Hurry Mcintosh
ol Halcyou, R c . occupution Hotel
keeper, intend tn apply lor permis j
sion to purchase the following des '
crlbed lauds Commencing ut a post
planted nt about one mile west ol
the Vl.it bead river and one mile north
L ol the international boundary line,
and west ol lot 7330, being the north
east corner, thence south Hti Chains,
thence west SO     chuins, thence north
!SO chains, thence east 80 chuins to
the point of commencement and   con
[tattling G40 acres more or less.
Harry Mcintosh, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agont
|    Located March 88th, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Eust Kootenay.
| Take notice that I, Thomas Ed-
I ward Murphy, occupation station
agent, intend to apply for permission
J to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post plant
ed on the north bank of the Moyie
river, opposite the N. E. corner of
lot No. 871"), thence north 40 cnains,
thenco east 20 chains more or less to
the Moyie river, thence following the
meandering of tlie Moyie river to
place of beginning, containing 80
acres more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 21st, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
1. Notice is hereby given that thirty duys after date I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coul and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, block 45911, commencing at a
post, planted at or near I mile east
of the present C. P. R. survey line at
33 mile post and being the northeast
comer of the M. A. Macdonald claim,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence eust 80 chuins, and
thenco north SO chains to tlie point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
M.  A. Macdonald, Locator
John Livingstone. Agent.
Located   April  23th,   1909. 24-5
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District  ..(   Kootenay.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District fj Kootenny.
Take notice that I, David Wainock
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, veterinary
surgeon, intend to apply lor permis
sion  to  purchase  the   following    den
crlbed lands, commencing ut a post
planted about 4 miles north of the
International boundary and about 2
tilles north of lot 78tl, and adjacent
it? the northeast corner of George B
Bolster's application, being the south
oust corner, thenre west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
SO Chains, thence south 80 chains   to
the point ot commencement ami  con
talcing fi40 acres more, or less.
David Warnock, Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent
Located March 29th. MOB, M
Take notice that I, Arthur C. Kemmis of Piiuher Creek, Albertu, occu
pation Barrister, intend to apply to
purchase the following described
lands, commencing at u post planted
about 8$ miles north 0| the Interna
tionul boundary line and about 1.
miles north east ol lot 7841 and ad
Jacent on tbo eastern boundary to
Henry Riviere and Frederick Porrttt's
applications, being the southwest cot
nor, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, thence south BO chains
thenre west H'l chains, to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Arthur 0.  Kemmis. Locatoi.
Georgo w. Kerr, Agent,
Located  March 21th.  1909. Ifi
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
Take notice that I, Frederick Por
rftt ol Hume. Ontario, occupation
gentleman, intend to upply for per
missinn tu purchase the following des
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry Hector Lin-
nell of Cranbrook. B.C., occupation
checker, intends to apply lor permis
sion to purchase the following described lands : Commencing ut n post
planted at the N.E. corner of lot
1142, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence north 30 chains to point of
commencement.
Henry Hector Liunell,  Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated April 15,  1909 19
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
District ol East Kootenay
Take notice that I. Thomus Edward
Murphy of Fort Steele Junction, oe
CUpatlufl station agent, intend to ap
ply lor permission to purchase the
follow Ins. described lands : Commencing at a post planted at the south
east corner of Wm, Tapper's pre-emption, No. 1074, thence north 40 chains
I thence east 30 chuins more or less to
' the rivet, thence following the said
Moyn- river down stream to the place
of commencement containing 80 acres
more or lens
Thomas Edvard Murphy, Locutor
11   Melton, Agent.
Dated  .lune 3rd, 1909. a:i
CHANHHOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay,
Take, notice that I, Henry Riviere
ol Pincher ''reck, Alberta, occupation
rancher, intend to apply lor pel mis
sion to purchase tho following des
cribed land:., commencing al. a posl
planted about  three miles north    ot
: the International boundary line   and
I about one mile north of lot 7841 and
adjacent tn tho northwest cornet- of
Henry K. Hyde's application, being
the southwest corner, thence north 80
chain., then.,, oast 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 8" chains
to the point of commencement,   and
'containing 640 acres more or leHs.
Henry  Riviere,  Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
:    Located  March 29th,  1909. Ifi
Take notice that I, Thomas William
Lensk, occupation, mill owner, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
one hundred and sixty acres ot land,
bounded as follows ;
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of Lot 8435, and
theme west 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thenco eust. 40 chains,
thenco north 40 chuins.
Thos. W.  Lensk, Locator
H.   Melton,  Agent.
Dated April 2nd, 1409
CHANHHOOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Cleorge n. Bolster of Pincher Creek, Alberta, OCCU-
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRATION    OP    AN   EXTRA-PROVINCIAL  COMPANY.
"Companies Act, 1897"
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the
"Selppel Timber Company" has this
day been registered ns an extra provincial company under the "Companies Act 1897" to carry out or to affect all or any of the objects of the
Company to which the legislature of
British Columbia extends.
The head olllce of the company is
situate at Stillwater, Minnesota.
Thr amount of the capital ol the
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each.
The bend ofllce ol the company in
this province is aft Liu to at the city ol
Oranbrook, and Alexander 13, Mac
idonald, Harristor-at-law, whose address is Qrnnhrook, B.C., is the at
torney for the company. Not em
powered to issue and  transfer stock,
The    time     of the existence of the
i company    is     thirty years from the
127th day of August,' IB06.
I    The Company is limited.
Given under my hand and seal of
office at Victoria, Province of British
Columbia, this Sis! duy of March,
one thousand nine hundred ami nine.
(L.S.i S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint   Stock  Companies.
The object for which this company
has heen OBtnhllshcd and registered
are :-
To do all kinds ot manufacturing
and trading business; to purchaso,
own, hold and dispose of timber and
nil the products ol timber; to carry
on und conduct a general logging.
lumliol ing and urnnufneturing husln
run; to erect, buy and sell saw mills,
Ishingle-mills, planing mills, and all
other mills ami  fuctorlOHi  to     eslab
1 lisb, operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, hold, matin
facfure, sell ami deal  In any ami alt
[kinds of goods uml wares, merchandise and     personal   property of every
I character and description! to own,
buy,   sell,    lease   uml Improve lands
I wherever    situate;    to   build,   equip,
land manage wutor Humes for the
transportation of wood, lumber, timber and timber products, and lo do
nil such business as may be incidental thereto. 18-4
post planted ut or near I mile eust
of tlie present C 1' R. survey line at
27 mile post and being the southwest
corner of the Thomas Lee claim,
tbence north .ho chains, thence east
SO chains, thenco south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to the point
of commencement, making 840 acre;
more Ol* less.
Thomus   Lee,   Locator
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located  April   7th,   190SI. ^l •">
coal   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
11. Notice s hereby given that thir
ty days utter date 1 intend to upply
to tlie Honourable chief Commission
or ol Lauds and Works lot ft license I
to prospect for coal and petroleum on '
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umhia, block 4608, commencing ut a
post plunted at or near 1 mile oust
of the present O, P. R. survey line ut
117 mile posl and being llie northwest
corner Ol Hurry (iraceson's claim,
thence south su chuins, thenco oust Ho
chains, theme north St) chuins,
Ihence west SO chains to the point
of commencement. making (140 acres
more or less.
Harry   tiiaceson,   Locatoi
John Livingstone. Agont,
Located  April  7th,   1909. 2\ 5.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
7. Notice is hereby given thai thirty days alter date 1 Intend to appl>
to the Honourable Chief Commission
or of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect, for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbIn, block 4593, commencing at a
post planted at or near 2 miles east
of the present 0. P. R. survey line at
27   mile post ami being the northwest
oilier of tlie P. II. Dev.all claim
theuce east 80 chains, thence south
so chains, thence west SO chuins, am
Ihence uorth HO chuins to the poin
of commencement, making (140 acre
more or less.
P.  H.  Dozall,  Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agent
Located  April  7th,   1909. 24 5
COAL   AND    PETROLEUM NOTICE.
8. Notice is hereby given that thir
iv duys after date I intend to uppl}
to the Honourable Chief Commission
or of Lands and  Works for ft  license
o prospect for coul and petroleum oil
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umhia, block 4693, commencing nt n
post planted nt or near 2 miles oast
of the present C. P. R. survey line at
'~t mile post ami being the southeast
corner ol J. L. King's claim,
ihence north HO chains, theuce e.is
Hi) chains, thence south Hu chains, am:
■ hence west 80 chains to the point
of commencement, making 040 acre
more or less.
.1. L. King. Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agent,
Located   April  7th,  1909. 24-6,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
9. Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date I intend to applj
to the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands nnd Works for'a license
to prospect for coul and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
iimbla, block 4593, commencing at n
post planted ut or near 4 miles easi
of the present C. P. R. survey line at
29th mile post and being the north
eust corner of Robert Buckout's claim
theuce west 80 chains, thence soutl
40 chains, thence east 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains to the plact
of commencement, making 640 ncres
more or less.
Robert Biickout. Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agent
Located April 7th, 1909. 24-5.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenny;'Southern
Division.
Take noUce that I, Oliver Harvey
Barber of Vancouver, B.C., occupation real estate agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following de-scribed lands : Commencing at a post plunted at the north
east corner of timber license 3236 be
ing on tlie south bank of the St.
Mary's river, thence west 80 chains ;
(hence north tin chains more or less ;
thence down stream of suid river to
place of commencement and containing 320 acres more or less.
OLIVER HARVEY   BARBER.
May 1st.  1909. 22-9
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
2. Notice is hereby given that thirty days after dnte I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, block 4593, commencing at a
post plunted at or near 4 miles east
of the present O, P. R. survey line at
29 mile post, and being the southeat
corner of the Lewis Hilton claim,
thenco north 80 chuins, thence west
80 chains, theuce south Ho chains,
thence eust 80 chuins to the point
of commencement, making 040 acres
more nr less.
Lewis Hilton, Locator.
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located April Cth, 1909. 24-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
3. Notico is hereby given that thirty days ufter dnte I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission'
er of Lands ami Works lor a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
iimhiu, block 4593, commencing at a
post plunted at or near 1 mile east
of,tlie present i' I'. R. survey line at
21 mile post ami ooing the northeast
corner of Thomas (.cask's claim,
thence west HO chains, thence south
80 chains, theuce east 8(1 chains, and
thence north 80 chains lo the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Thomas Leaslt,  Locator.
John Livingstone, Agent.
Located  April 7th,  1909. 24-5.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
4. Notice is hereby given that thirty days after date 1 intend to apply
to the Honourable chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
iimbiu, block 4593, commencing at a
posl planted at oi near 1 mile nisi
of tho present 0. P. R. survey line al
27 mile post, and being tlie southeast
corner of Hurry H. Hughes claim,
thence north HO chains, thence west
HO chains, Ihence south So chuins,
Ihence oust 80 chains to the point
of commencement, mnklng (140 acres
more or less.
Harry  H.  Hughes,   Locator
John Livingstone, Agont.
Located April 7th, 1909. 24 r..
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
5, Notice iu hereby given that thirty days ufter date I intend to upply
to the Honourable Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for a license
lo prospect, for conl and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, block 4593, commencing nt a
CRANBROOK LAND DIBTRIOT,
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Percy Charles Coe
u Cranbrook, B.C., occupation shed
oromuu, intends to apply for permi*
ion to pui chase the following des*
rihed lands : Commencing at a post
duntcd 10 chains N of S.E. corner of
oi 1112, thence east 40 chains, thence
louth 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
hence north 30 chains, to point, of
'ommencement.
Percy  Charles Coe,  Locator.
James William Moore, Agent
Dated April 13,  1909 19
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
10 Notice is hereby given that thir
ty days after date I intend to apply
to the Honourable Chief Commission
er of Lands and Works for u license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, block 4593, commencing at a
post planted at or near 3 miles east
of the present C. P. R. survey line at
28 mile post, and being the southwest
corner of the David Moore claim
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains.
thence south HO chains to the point
of commencement, making 040 aeret
more or less.
David  Moore,  Locatoi
John Livingstone, Agent
Located  April 7th, 1909. 24-5
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that I, George Wolcl
of Cranbrook, occupution rallwaj
conductor, intend to apply for per
mission to purchase the following des
cribed lands : Commencing at a post
planted  nt   the  N.   |tj, corner of    lot
8"i27,    them asl    ID  chuins. thenci
south ii*' chains, theuce west 4<
chains, thenre north 115 chains to tin
point of commencement, containing
two hundred nnd sixty acres more oi
less.
Gonrge Welch, Locator
June 4th,   1909. 2'
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay.
Tave notice that I, Helen A. His
COX, married woman, of port Perry,
Ontario, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase tlie following des
cribed lands : Commencing ut a pos*
plunted at the south west corner o'
lot 3552, thence south 50 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence north 50
chains, thence west 40 chains, to tho
point of commencement, containing
200 acres more or less.
Helen A. Hiscox,
J, C, Cuinmings, Locator,
May 10th, 1909. 24
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
East. Kootenny, Southern  Division
Take notice that I. Andrew II
Grace nl Oranbrook, occupution jour
nilllst, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following des
cribed lands : Commencing at u post,
plunted at the N.W. corner of lot
0125, thenco west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence north 80 Chain
to place of co ml nonce ment, containing
040 acres more or less.
A. B. Grace,  Locator.
Dated  April 21st, 1909. 20
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Court House, Pernie.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten
lor for Court House, Pernie, B. C,"
•vlll be received by the Hon. the Minister of Public Works up to noon of
Wednesday, the 9th day of June 1909,
or the erection and completion of u
Joncrete and Brick Court House at
Pernie. B. C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
.'onus of tender may be seen on aud
ifter the toth day of May. 1909, at
the offices ol the government agent ut
Pernie; the government agent ut Nel-
ion; aud at the Public Works depart
ment, Victoria, B. C.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bunk cheque or
.ertilicate of deposit on a chartered
hank 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 It he
fail to complete the work contracted
for, The cheques or certificates of
leposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
he returned to them upon the execu
tion of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
igned with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
P. 0. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., May 4th. 1909.       22
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the superintendent of provincial
police after thirty (30) days from the
first appearance of this notice for the
transfer from ourselves to William J.
Allen and A. I. Crowley of the license to sell intoxicating liquors ut
the Palls View Hotel in Marysvllle,
British Columbia.
CHARLES E. FINCH
Dated April 30tn, A.B., 1909.        2t
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I have
left   my   outstanding accounts with
M. A. Macdonald, of Harvey, McCar-
ier A: Macdonald, for collection.
19 JOHN DHZALL.
FOR SALE
1 BAY MARE AND COLT.
2 BAY MARES, 2 and 4 years old.
1 GRAY MARE, 5 years old.
These horses are     all     thoroughly
broke.
Wagon and harness. One Bog and
Bush Plow, and a large number of
other farming utensils.
Will sell the whole in one lot for
$600.00,   Apply to
D. BURTON.
Cranbrook, 'B.C.
Knit SALE
Cows. ChIvm, Pure lliwl Herkililra
I'Igs, Eggs for Setting, Pure Plymoutk
Hock    Apply. Walls. Wattehw-f-
WANTED.
I.IVK   KOOKY   MOUNTAIN OOATH
Live Hocliy Mountain ilnats arc
mill I'd fur Zoological purposes. I'ar-
nits to ratch net miHirt these anl
iiiils will Ik iHHiied hy the Provincial
iith.iritii'K.     aildiefl» —
lilt. I'UCII, KltKNCH,
Naturallet.
Wubliiton, II.t1.
BOOM    THK   PR08PBOTOK—THH
PIONRER l'APKn OF MAST
KOOTENAY.
I'ltAMIUiHiK LAND DISTItlOT
DlHtrtrt ol K»Mt Konteimy.
Take notice that I, Harvey Hough-
land, of ('ranhrook, II. 0,, occupation
Itimchcr, Intend to apply for permlH
sion to purchase the followiog dee-
crlbed lomls: Commencing at a post
planted 20 clminx went of ehe south-
east corner of lot D247; theuce west
21) chains, thence south HO chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence north
K0 chains.
Harvey lloughland.
Dated June 6, I'M. 24-9
ntlANlinOOK LAND D1HTUIOT
District ol Kootonay.
Take notico that 1, Unhurt Hums
tlenodlct of Mayook, occupation linn-
liorman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following den
crlbed lunds : Commencing at a post
planted at a point 80 chains west nf
the N.W. corner of Lot No. Ii42!i,
thonce R0 chains south, thence east
Mil chains, thenci1 north 80 chains,
tliencc west 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Robert Burns Benedict.
Dnted May 8th, 1909. 14-9 THK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK
SATDRDAY, JUNE 12. l.i
Port j.
NEWPORT ®ije fw*pcctot.
It' you want a delicious
Chocolate try those
Newports at The Palm.
We have just received
h   large   stock   and   arc
Sole Agents for
Cranbrook,
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITF
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To lluggy  Wheels
AUKNTS    FOR   CANADIAN CVI'l.B
AND MOTOR 00'8 BICTOt.RS
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone to     •   •   ♦     p. o. Bo« lift.
H.S'l'Allt.lSHEU    l sic
A. B. Grace,
CCIII.ISllUli    AND    BD1T0R.
W. Cline
.._o-
01 tlie old .MniiiKiiiH Uarber
shtSji run now lie found in tlie
MANITOBA HOTEL
liMr-at  Class   Work  in
nil  branches of the
' • Tonsorial   Art' '<
Cranbrook
Livery
We ask you to call nnd try
our new Consignment of new
and Up-to-date rigs (or
Winter and Bummer. .Inst
received Topplr nnd Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Give them a trial and be
convinced.
Phone 4" Cranbronk, B.O.
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Indigestion
■toraich trouble it but ft lyrapton of. and not
m luelf » true dlsMte. We think of Dnpepiift.
Hftutburo, ftnd Indifeitlon ■■ reftl dlHtiea, yet
tber •» symptoms only of ft certftin ipiclfie
Hm vt ilckness—nothing elw.
It w»i this f»ot that first correctly led Dr. Shoop
. n the creation of thnt now very popular Stomach
Bemedy-Dr. Shoop's Bettoratlre. Ooing direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. Without that original and highly vital principle, no
wch lasting accomplishments were erer to be hail.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop's
Restorative—Tabletsjor uquld-and see for your*
aelt what It can and will do. We sell and cheer,
fully recommend
Dr. Shoop's
Restorative
BEATTIE & ATCHISON.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
For a reliable local salesman re
presenting Cannula's Oldest ami
Greatest Nurseries in Oranbrook ami
adjoining country.
The popularity of our stock which
Is grown on limestone soil, making
our trees anil biiHhes hardier and
longer-lived thr-n roast grown stock,
la acknowledged by experienced Irult
groweri.
Wc make a specialty of growing
stock for Hrltlsh Columbia and ship
in carload to that province.
A permanent situation to right
man, with territory reserved.
Pay weekly ; free outfit. Write for
particulars.
Stone 4 Wellington
P0NTII1U, NUItBEIUER
TORONTO ONT
(Licensed by II. 0. Government.)
In Summer
—less food is needed than
in winter. But it it essential
that summer food be palatable
and nutritious. That ii why
the best of all summer foods it
BOVRIL
»j
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
JUStPH T MCLEAN
DBALBR IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
dgo's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
Host asi
The linger of wealth points to tbe
Oranbrook district.
Sunday wus the eighteenth anniversary of the death of Sir John A.
Macdonald.
....
ropular ministers avoid touching
the sore spots ot the congregation.
The Kooteuays had a strong man
at Ottawa in the person of A. H.
Qoodeve,
....
The divorce courts prove that even
on the sea of matrimony there is the
fool who rocks the boat.
e   •   e
Fernie is   lu bard luck.   It it Isn't
lire it's Hood.   But Fernie will make
good In spite of both.
• •  .
If a man would only labor as hard
over his daily task as he does    over
the    things    he doesn't have to do.
work would be easy.
....
A. 3. Uoodeve, M.P., returned   to
Kossland last   week from the Domln
ion capital.   He contemplates a visit
to Cranbrook in the near future.
. • . «
Fort Steele Is now pinning its faith
to the Kootenny Central railway  as
the tirst line to enter the Kootenay
valley, running north and south.
....
A man who swear's while talking
into an Omaha telephone will hereafter be subject to a fine ol $100 for
each profane Indulgence. Such is the
edict of the city council.
.   •  e   *
Says the Coleman Miner : "II the
Albertn government still persists in
neglecting the pass, what's the matter with us bunding over this Rocky
Mountain strip to British Columbia
and good government."
e e e e
Greenwood [.edge : Hanks in Canada pay the government five cents for
the privilege of issuing a dollar bill.
On this live cents invested they
charge at least seven cents interest
annually. Beats a holdup game and
then some.
.'«■«•
A Chinaman who collected $2,700,-
000 from his countrymen for stocks in
a bogus mine, has been murdered on
his return to China. If similar methods obtained here what a carnage
there would be among the mining
brokers of Toronto.—Calgary Herald.
• . • •
President Taft has just been advised by the solicitor general what whiskey means in law. It doesn't take a
temperance orator to tell what it
means in fact. The old song covers
the point, "Oh whiskey, you're the
devil, drunk or sober."
• • » •
It was express companies day with
the railway commission Wednesday*
representatives ot both Dominion Express company and Canadian Express
Company appearing fortitied with figures which demonstrated beyond the
shadow of n doubt in the opinion ot
the aforesaid representatives that the
shippers ure a very favored class indeed.
.   .   .   e
Evidence before the railway commission at Brockville shows that the
Canadian Express company on a total paid io capital of $27,000 has now
an equipment valued at $212,719, and
earns on an average $212,719 a year.
The Dominion Express company on
$25,500 paid in capital (which has
been repuldi has an equipment worth
$5112,329 und for the past Ave years
the average net profits have been
$529,230.
The Canadian Northern Express
company's original owners only sold
$5,000 in stock. The property is valued at $308,393 and the net profits
Inst year were $57,402.
The Grand Trunk Pacific Express
company only showed results tor two
months' business, which were $725
profit.
The despatch which brought these
items of information concludes by
saying "the express companies have
completed arguments against a reduc
tion in rates." They must have a
clever lawyer to produce any kind of
an argument against such figures. To
people out here it looks as though a
reduction in express rates was more
than overdue.
....
The province of British Columbia
has one reason for being satisfied
with her verdict last October. The
five Conservative members who spent
the winter In Eastern Canada did a
great deal of missionary work, and
as a result the British Columbia
point of view today Is tar better understood, and meets with more sympathy in the east than was tbe case
iast year. Especially is this tbe case
with the Oriental labor problem. The
view of the Pacific slope in this matter was presented not only In Parliament but nt Canadian club meetings
and other gatherings more especially
by Mr. Burrlll and Mr. Oowan. Not
only has the public sentiment of eastern Canada been educated on the sub-
.ect, but the Conservative party which
In tbe nature of things soon will have
control of the destinies ol the Dominion, hns been much Impressed by
the views held and arguments put
forth by so valued and tnttuential
contingent as Its five men Irom British Columbia. This province may expect in the near luture to exert a
greater influence In the councils ot the
nation than has ever been the    case
belore.
e e e e
The important Irult Industry of
British Columbia had a spokesman in
parliament Inst session in Mr. Mnrtin
Burrlll. He devoted a good deal ol
attention to the question ol how to
help the Industry in its fight tor the
market uflorded by the prairie provinces, ns against the competition ol
the American Irult growers. His proposals tn brlel were :
1 The definition ol closed packages
which has been held to apply to apples und pears only, should apply to
nil fruits, especially peaches. This
step would deprive the American dealers ol the unfair advantages arising
from methods of packing which they
now enjoy.
2 The fruit marking regulations
should apply to Irult imported Into
Canada as well us to fruit exported
Irom it. At present American Irult
enters the prairie provinces without
being subject to these restrictions,
and compoteB with British Columbian
fruit, which, as everyone knows, is
rigidly Inspected. The careful work
done by the provincial government In
keeping British Columbia orchards
free Irom diseases and peats Is familiar ; Mr. Burrill's proposal would
greatly aid in this work.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Formal contradiction has now been
given to the rumors that have heen
freely circulated during the last lew
weeks, that Sir Wilfrid Laurier was
about to retire from active political
life. It is not surprising thut such
rumors should have attracted attention, or that they should have aroused much interest among the members
of both the political parties in the
Dominion. Wc scarcely think there
will be much ditference of opinion as
to. the result of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's
retirement on the fortunes of the party or that such an event would leave
It In a position very similar to that
In which tbe conservative party found
Itself on the death of Sir John A.
Macdonald. Without any disparagement ot the ability and capacity ot
any of hla colleagues, it is merely
stating what neurly everybody will
acknowledge to be the fact, to su\
that none of them could fill the placi
that Sir Wilfrid occupies both in pur
llument and the country. Many ctr
cumstaaces, some personal and otheri
the outcome uf events extending ovci
many years, have contributed to the
present situation and the change
which Sir Wilfrid Laurier's retirement would inevitably bring about
would he very embarrassing and probably disastrous to tbe Liberal party.
While his conservative opponents
cannot fall to realise tbe momentous
consequences that such un event
has bean rumored would he likely to
have on tbe political situation nnd
incidentally on the fortunes of the
Conservative party, we believe
are only expressing the sentiment of
a very large and influential section of
that party, when we say that the retirement of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, ns
tbe result of Ul health or physical
disability caused by advancing years
would be a source ot regret to many
of his most consistent and active political opponents. Happily much of
tbe personal bitterness and acrimony
that existed a generation ago between men of opposite political opin
ions has disappeared. As a statesman who has served his country faithfully tor many years, and against
whose personal conduct or charactei
no word of reproach has ever been
uttered, Sir Wilfrid Laurier has many
friends and admirers among conservatives, who will wish him many more
years of activity in the service of the
country of which he is so distinguish
ed a son. -News-Advertiser.
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    ASENTS.
" A Message From Mars."
In Richard Qanthony's comedy "A
Message Irom Mars," which will be
seen here at the auditorium on Tuesday next, he has so constructed his
play, both in dialogue and in stuge
mechanism, as to make it possible
that the seltish man, who is the hero
ot the play, shall hear what his
neighbors are saying ol him and to
further emphasize his discomfiture he
is not permitted to reply to the char
ges made against him. The punish
ment is made to fit the crime. The
selfish man of the earth is complete
ly in the hands of a messenger from
the planet Mars, who comes to tho
earth not for the purpose of reforming the people of this planet, hut for
the express purpose of converting one
Horace Purker, reputed to be the
most selfish man on earth, to a kind.
forgiving, hospitable disposition. It
requires heroic treatment, but the
Martian accomplishes it. The author
in bringing about this much needed
reformation ot the selfish mon has
woven into his comedy, in a moBt ar
tistic manner, a dainty and delight
ful romance of love ; one that excites
harmonious sympathy from audiences
in behalf of the young girl and
against the man to whom she is en
gaged, who is the selfish individual
Thousands of ladies who have seen
this play have been hcurd to remark
"isn't that just like a man?" referr
ing ol course to the selfish treatment
he accords the young girl to whom
be is engaged. This delightful come
dy will be shown here with all of the
stage paraphernalia and intricate
mechanical appliances used during
the three years it was on view in
London and the two years it remain
ed in New York.
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Fish  and  Poultry in season.
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TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
(h,/,r. by   Mail will receivt prompt attention.
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Columbia   Association,
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UKANBTCOOK, B.C.|
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MASONRY
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Specialty.
t'osi ami Stock Rsthnatcs
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lion.
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Found!
A railway system north and south
through the Kootenay valley would
make Cranbrook a great market centre. It would promote the growth ot
Irult and vegetables and other house
hold produce In the country round
about while ot the some time glvlnc.
the housekeepers ol the city comforts
and luiuries.
....
In the matter of geological surveys
the Ottawa government is making
good this year. Mr. S. Scbonold nr
rived at Cranbrook Monday and im
mediately got busy ranking arrange
ments lor a trip up the St. Mnry'u
river to Orouse Mountain. He will
explore the southern portion of tin-
Selkirk range, then work east to the
St. Eugene mining district, making
Cranbrook his headquarters nnd sup
ply point during his stay in the ills
trtct.
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Good Discount For Cash
tunc
STRONG
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Mod uvnr> Krldnj ul s p.n,
Vlslllni!   Uiiiuiurs  Cunlliill,    Invlipil
P.O. Box 834.
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Will.
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ANCIENT ORDER .FORESTERS
COURT CnANfJltOOK, S'H::
Meets in Carmen's Hull 2nd and ttli
Thursday of each month nt 8 p.m.
sharp.
A. McOownn, Ohl'el   Ranger.
0. A. Abbott, Secretary.
VisitinK Brethren made welcome.
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Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,    Manager.
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MceU every secon-.l and fou.Ln
Wednesday at now Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlna. Rcrjekahs cordially Invited.
Mrs- F. E. Simpson. Nobie Grand
Ada M. Hlckenbotham, Secretary
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PROSPECTOR.
HOIiSKS.  S'l'llVKS.
TURK,   CROCKERY
mi sue I hand  PURNI-
WRARING    APPAREL
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WE SELL wh
will siii'|ii'isi' vmi.
vinco vim  thai  wi
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4UJO SKCOND   HANI) MACH1NHI8
FOR SAliB   CHEAP AND TO
KENT.
GEO. P POWELL. Agent
Aroutronr Avenue.
•%«•* IM Orssrbroek, B. 0.
LThe People Back o/
Sunshine iu"1 ,,:-
luin.'ttv is il
riiimp!. of sixty-
wili from ;i Miiiit!
t space, Irom » linll Aa
imhiI wane sheet o\ $.,.<
i ;t| iial of energy to one
lo I'ttcagti.tian us Lnrg
nilif British KiiM
eise
SilHSHIHB^SS
lip   wln.llv   uml
•c expert
i order tl
U'ha  *re
Sunshine
eputHllon tor
larffe qur
in* own le>
,cd down it
ititiea that its qual
iui; rooms MJ llllil ^
the lineal detail.
McCIary.
b
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A visil in Ilia Dollar s.loro will ron
h:i\r 'In- floods, uml can save you
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lifty pei' conl on any jmnil- pttrcha
We Buv ami Sell lor (lash
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GEO. R. LEASE &
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'M' INK IM I'ii  linX in.',
Knit   HALE    BY PATMOltH llltus.
Plans, Specihcations
iitid Kslimates
IURNISHEO ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand.
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
WATERPROOF
OILED
GARMENTS
are cut on Isrqe
patterns-designed
to qlve the wearer
the utmost comfort
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TORONTO CAM
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hmilili' acting rains pump   spring watci   usin
them.     Runs  continuously   and   automatically.
Gallons per ilay.    Nn wenrinc  parts excopl
nn  the  market.     From   6o   to   <in    per    ccn
Unequalled  for IRRIGATION   AND   DOMES
| in   use.
Il   you   are interested   write   tu   or see   11.
iinpiiir water  <is powei to opefajte
nnipinn   capacity   up   to   1,000,000
valves.    Ili^ln'si  I'llicirni \   ol  any engine
nu.    developed    under    repeated    tests.
'JC   purposes,      Over   seven  thousand
V.   Parker, Tt[.   6
THE PROSPECTOR,    ORANBROOK,   Ti    0.,   BATORDAY, JrSR 12. 1903,
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- oienays.
The Pal man's baseball town went
to Pernie Wednesday nlternoon to
play a game with .t fal nine In tin-
coal   toWll.
Roeky Mountain Cnaptei  it. A   M .
i. held a  regular mo&tlily convocation
+     s..\v hoo-i L'ranbrook without ceas lln Uia chapter room of   the Masonic
S/  m-; Temple on Tuesday evening
\ K \\    ♦ Mr  Man id turned Huudaj (rom    a     Vox a tew days outing t ;»kt- ;,  rig
♦ trip io tin- const,                              land drive to tho new town. Hull ltiv
tillering  .1     ♦ er Palls.   There la    good Hshlng and
,    .-                 f li   ii   Kerr    nl Pernie, was in tbe beautiful scenery
llllr     "'     ♦ .ttv Mond««
They are   prosperous people   these,   K   IS, Jones ol Klmberley   was   in
Irult growers who are found In    tnettown Tuesday.   Mr. Jones is a min-
Mt   und Mrs. l\  -i   Quin of Kaslo
.•ore Cranbrook  visitors Wcduesday
Mr   nnd Mrs   I'. Uundeen ol Marys
•Hie, were in town this week,
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Vi-I      e>   the i-it v Thursduy
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i"     ♦      K   Benedick ol  Mayool
♦ . 11 v  Wednesdn)
Cneumbers, .onions, eaudidatos lor
the legislative honors nnd othoi
green things will soon be on the mar
kft
P. [\.  Andi'ison, who Is engaged In
mirvcytug      tho   Kootennj   telephone
w,w ln  Hue to tin- Crow's Nest   toll mi  Mas
00k on Wednoadaj
1,1 tne     Colin C   Brown,  K   ft    Haw ion   ol
Vancouver,  nnd VV   J   Tbompsou ol
uir    wold     $   thi
It
Pk'tchei  ol ft'tnnipi
■ Mimdny
.1   II   Wilson -I tyi
11 v   Momlnj
.1   Hosnt
*      1.    Smith
R   McRae ol Reglnn   J   F   Mngnnn
1    ol   Pernie,  and it   S   OVimuoi      or
Vancouver, won- nuests   ti   the Cran
A-im in 1 ii.   l>rook M..int.iv
,i   Hlrts ot Trail, ft   A   l^ons   ol
ns   in   tnwti
inn man and lias charge ol tbe Stem-
winder Mine which is located near the
old North Btar mine, Kimherley,
Stewart   is  kept      busy   ut bis soda
fountain this season   'dispensing cool
land refreshing drinks.
T Martin of Calgary, u C. p, It
ivil engineer, who has been looking
»ver  the country   in the  vicinity      of
Wasa  for  the  pust   week  returned    to
Cranbrook Monday.
John Gall of Toronto was tn town
Monday Mr Call Is here in tbe Iu
terost ot the city to estimate on tbe
value of the Water Supply System.
also on a seworago plant.
Men employed by tbe Kootonay tol
op hone lines were busy this week  set   j
finn out  poles on Ornuhrook street.
and   across   the   prairie  easi   ol   (own.
The   lute will   bo completed  to the  Al
bertn tine
The\ say thai the lusting Hiiocetas ol
■ A Messngo from Mars." lies ti tho
(act that it leaves s pleasant, good
imtnrcd fooling nnd one that stays
tot a lour, tune it is announced tor
I'ticstiay next, Juno Ifith, nt the aud
itoi mm
The Gem Freezer
WE don't know
of  a   better
one, or would have
it.    *
Whurti
Moudn
Montreal was m iin-
P^ice
$15
. Pull* iin.l Fred Itltcltlo, ol
\ 1,-1 i,ii:i. spent Sunday last In Cran
lirook
Tlie Cranbrooti I'm 11.111,1 Rave
their usual ,>i„-u all concert ,.n Mon
.lav evening, which was much enjoyed
by 11 large number ol alums
I-'    v   Russell, the real estate lie ,1
or, has s,,l,l lor Henry  Hoaglnn, G8I
ncres  >>t  lanil  to  ,1   Winnipeg   synill
rtlmit, il"' best that can be pro    ,-ai.-
,1  the htdtson tonight.
Tbo Epworth League Tennis   Court
Mrs   .1   K   Smith lfit ,.11 Thursday   on Armstrong Avenue i\a> opened in
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town Tuesday
a Suit
I'm.iiolly    was   at    .!;■
u   [■:■ ifeesional  bu
Burns Bros
-.    STOKE  OF   FAS.-ION
CHANtiROOK     £1   C
♦ nn a  I isit   T.. 1I1.   coasl
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♦ -teatl .  •■   take in th.  big eiposlti
♦ T   Warren ■■: Port Steeli  was 111
X Tuen
♦ His   1H '■ ■■•'   *   -"   held
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+   t ii,- city Tuesday on
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Boynton nf Perry fre^k was
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Nt-lsoit    were at Cranbrook Tuosdny.
,:   Thej   left  on     Wednesday's local foi
I Ferine to attend  the assizes
''       Herb   Fuller ton,  an  old  time  com
mereiol man     who travelled through
.thi.- district for     many years   passed
a   through Cranbrook Tuesday.
The  time  has  come  for  the  annual
II ; crusade against    the horse fly.   Now
[is the time to begin.   Let no guilty
one  escape     ami consider  every  one
snilty.
All sizes in Stock
Refrigerators
0'
V   Jacobs ,.1 Vlctot
1,1....1.  Saturday  last
[rom .1 trip through tin- Orow's Nest
Pass, whore ho visited tho many coal]
niiiii-s located  tlu'iv    He also visited
tin- lainotis st   Bttgono mine at Muy    I.in
I K   Stuck   is complete.      Can
upply our as illustrated fur
I $14.50.    Others up to 835.00.
r.1" l'm"  Tin n we have
ins return
THE WHITE FROST
oi Calgary, was in the
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Wedding
(ii
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fts
"ili.it will i;ivr tin- keencsl
1-. i'1'H.iin uni in lie duplifi
Ir-.l
I'nr the 11 ewes I design anil besl value ill
II
vour nn uiry 1 an Inn . 11 \
1 HI: R A WORTH BROS.
C. I', k*. Watch
Inspectors
Cranbrook
.   14. C.
Do Not Forget That We. Art
Experts ii
Optics
•ity Wednesda;
James  Peat
it  Peterboro wa
Wednesday
The outside fellow with the Inside
information appears to be taking a
good ileal of superfluous interest in
the Kootenay Central Railway situation.
Another comet  is ro ported us bead i
Itlg   lor  llie earth and travelling ut   a!
rati   which is wholly regardless     ol
meed laws    Timid people are prepar
lng foi a hump that will bring about 1
the wreck ol matter nnd the crnsh ol
worlds
\ nuisance that should be romodted
nl once hy the city police is the using ol the sidewalk on Cranbrook st,
as ii bicycle track. Complaints are
heard un every side, especially from
women and children, and several per
sons have been injured, A few arrest*
would prove most salutary in this
matter antl might prevent more serious accidents.
ltt-\. In, Crevnn of Trinity church,
[Edinburgh, on his round hy the C.
I'. It. to the const on his way to New
York to attend the Pan-Presbyterian
council, stayed oft* the enstbound ex
press Monday und visited tbe Mamse
at Cranbrook and before the flyer arrived addressed the boys of the brigade at the gymnasium.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenny.
riiev ure llir l.i^t word in
REFRIGERATORS
(SEE OIK WINDOW)
J. D. McBRIDE
Hardware
Cranbrook,  B. C.
NtlUllr (ilorilirtl
By Art.
Wi
tn fin   lluil  in
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in i
P 0 Box 3.S
Phone U1
sniii-'lil itHi'i li.v il,..-..-
tt'lm liivc Mm irulv honii
lil'u . ami  tvlin ile'liiflil  in
III.ni   111!  I lll'l'l'    I 'S   III
irui'l    ii     Wi' in il,-i.  ii   a
|i lint In have Hi.- M,.«,.-.i
nnil mosl iidvi'   'nil  i ns
Cull  inn >i ..
B. H. SHORT
The Painter and
Decorator
Armstrong Avenue
T n Fowler o! HlRh River, was at
the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
C II Allison spent Tuesday at his
ranch near Port  Stoelr
Mr and Mrs. P. Jenson ot^Fort
Steele were Cranbrook visitor's on
Monday.
Government npent J. F Armstrong
visited Movie Wednesday on nfllcial
business.
Mi an.! Mrs. w, Wormald of Calgary were Cranbrook visitors Thursday.
J. Anderson of Victoria and W.
Nelson ol Vancouver, were guests at
the Cranbrook Thursday.
.1 F Tolmle of Victoria and C. A.
Smith of Fernie were registered at
the t'ranbrook  Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Walsh of Fort
Steele, were Cranbrook visitors Wednesday.
CI. Allen. C. Phillips and W. (J.
Fletcher ol Moyie were in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Irving Wilson aud Miss Wilson
left for Edmonton Friday to attend
the wedding of .Mrs. Wilson's sister.
Uundmnster Corrison has moved to
Armstrong Avenue, Into the residence
lately occupied by Mr. Hiitcherolt.
F. It, Mnrkham, 0. Hackett and D,
.1. Mel,cod of Spokane were guests
at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
Very little that is definite enn be
-aiil regarding polities in British Columbia.
It Sinclair und F. S. Hossiter left
on Wednesday's local for the Crow's
S'est district.
Mr McClotld, travelling freight
agent, nnd F Topunln.    rondmaster,
went  west  un  Wednesday  morning.
The North Star Mine at Klmberloy
is again numbered among the ship
ping mines of the Cranbrook district.
I-'   <i   Mnxham and C. I.. Rlggs   of
Wm.ma,  Mich,,  were Cranbrook visitors Tuesday.
Geo   K   Henderson of     Hull lliver, I
manager of the Hull River Power anil
Mining  Co.,  was in town  Wednesday.!
A regtllnl monthly assembly of Sel-I
kirk Preceptors was held in the Mas-1
onic Temple on Monday night.
Mrs.   C.   F.   Bothamley,   who
Take notice that 1,  Harry W.  Melton of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation
has prospector,  intend to apply to     the
been keeping     house Tor  Bandmaster commissioner of lands and works for
Corrison   for  the  last  three  months, permission  to purchase the following
returned  to her home nt Moyie   last described  lands :  Commencing at     a
Saturday. Post planted 80 chains west of the N
  W corner of lot No. (5425, thence south
W.  A   Macdonald, K.C., arrived   in 80     chuins,      thence east  80  chains,
the city on Tuesday and registered at thence north 80 chains, tbencc west 80
the  Cranbrook.   Mr.   Macdonald   will chains to place of beginning contaln-
attend a sitting of the assizes at For ing fi40 acres more or less,
nie Thursday. Hurry     William  Melton
T. G. Martin of Calgary, J, F.
Tracy of Winnipeg, G. A. Harrington
of Montreal and ,1. H. Alexander of
.Toronto were registered at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Private advices .ipeak of a "Message from Mars," tbe attraction soon
to tie seen here, us novel. with n
quaint atmosphere, droll situations
and witty iu dialogue.
Dated  June  10th,  1909.
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UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   Nn. II
NIGHT PHONE Nn. 211a
R. H. DWYER.
Pmioml    Director   uml   Km
biilmei'i  in olwrge.
^,,^^^M,.......   Francis Edward
I   STEWART'S   |l        Corrison
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iipATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers
OUR AIM Is to fflve the i-oinloi-t--.•t-ki-i- Iho fullest souse
uf eomtnt'l with Iho least sotiso of nupiiratus the most satisfying i-usuliK ut tin' loni.1 oxpeiiBO of fuel uml of lnhoi1, vviili
liui'ilniii from repnii's, mill n durability equal lo the llto of ihe
hiilldlligs    in    ivliii'h    Iho    lieiitluj;  syslouis  are   insiul),.,l
Oui' Systems of Heating meet liiisi' roqulreinonts oxuelly.
They are the cfllelei'.t, silent, rollnble sorvanl of the houso ownar
- nil adjunct which iloos mure fur ihe uheor and lieullllfiilness ol
hoine-lifeih nn any other ninterial fqature or dceoratlon of home
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I NATURES FERTILIZER
To set the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
The Leading Fruit Store.
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|    IIIIKKN UNIONS. SI'IN M'll
f I'KI.KKV.   liril'IIAUIl,
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1 s'li'iv MIT'S PINK
t riluriil.'.l'l's
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. |    llnnilluiisler (Iraiihrooli t'iiy hand
'        riinii- sler Klm.v Presliyiei'lan
; C'liiir.'h
I.iii,. rianilmiiKlei' His Majesty's I'.ovrl
W.   I'llsillel'.-
TEACHER   OF
Violin, Miiii.jn, fluilar, Mandolin
uml     Standard     Insirii nls.
Orchestra    I'urnished
CROUP
M>i><'i! in 80 iDliititon
m Kith Or. HlHUij.'it
nn,,    llpitietly,   Onit
t".l \\M Mirol) i>rn,'.
Nn vmnlilnu, im <li-
trt'--. A -uIimiiiiI |>li'H^ini!i-yrii|i   .'."«•. Driiciii-i-.
■^^*—^^m~—m.*^MMntw-_ |,   (>lH|(i   ma natter nl the     Orow'al
Sent    I'as      l.timbt'l    f'n
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Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & ^0.
Phone HI P. O. Bo« 3
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: Ham and Bacon
Our smoked meals are always fresh stock, We
are sure Hint if yon try ilium onco ,yo„ will agree
with  us linn  linn' are ihe hesl   flavored   and   most
ANCHOR BRAND FLOOR
Ui'l t  il   "Shiloh's I'ure win   al
ways   riire   my   coughs   nnd   colds."
Phone m.t.        CRANBROOK, B.C. < >      wholesome Hiunlieil meals yon have ovor eaten.
| P. Woods & Co.
PHONE 81 P.O. BOX 154
PHONE 57
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{THE QUALITY  STORE
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and Coffees
*! "ii w ill  line I i nn   -i,.i i, nl   I ,   .ii,.     ,ir
(irocci ii'    i '■ 111)>I. 11   in I'liTi   ii   |u   '
null I    i\ ill   i "ill un r    yiiu   wc   .in     i In ie    Willi
thr  nuiills.
I'llONI'     ;(i
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♦ treal were Crnnhrooh     vtBltors Mon
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Don't foruct the openlnR ot Ornn-
J brook'h Ice C'rcnm Purlorfl neit door
^  tn nurtitorlum, Batunlny, June 12.
4 inn' 7th ii..s |,:i,s.'ii and the fool
•> prophet who predicted another earth
♦   riiiftke mi  tluii  dnte is yet   iili-'i1.
Mi   nnd
Mm. w. r;   PolKer of Hno j J
Crnuhrook vUltors Hiitulny   Y
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torltnn, Hntiiriliiy, .liiui- IU.
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nr the Monarch l.lle insurance Co.,
His in town several dnyn this week,    j
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sulci only hy
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B.C.
WRITE  I'Ott  DESCRIPTIVE  CATALOGUE.
Hriiueli Store   413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C,
Cenrice   Welrli,   Srlliilfj   Agent, t.'i.'inliroek, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Mmiau'er   for   all   Eastern   B.C.   Business.
il y Winning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
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CARPENTER   AND
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houses
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Prices.
i Office& Workshop- -Lewis St.
Phone No. W.
"The Best in Town"
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nr ti Hair ('ut, j,'" i<>
Bu I lock& Webster
lonsorial   Artists
Oranbrook Si rent
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