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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     MAY   S,   1909.
No. 19
85 s.m
34s.m
COs.m
33s.m.
IN GROWS NEST
FOREST PlRliS IN THK VALLEY
AND THEIR PREVENTION
lu Uie Orow'a Nest Valley, in south-
t't'ii Alberta, tiuly thirty-three Bqunrc
inilcH ol unburnet. furetct arc loft out
ol a tutiil'ol two hundred nnd twelve
square iiiilen ot possible forest uren.
All tllis arcit, ucconlinti to the reports cl early oxplol'ora unci travellers, was originally covered by u
dense lort'st.
Mr. II. U MaoMillnn, asst. Inspector ol cloiiilni.iii lore ;t reserves made
a preliminary InvoBtigatlon ol this
district in tiic autumn ol 1908, and
Ims embodied the result of his Invest-
igatlons In an interesting leport. In
the following schedule he summarises
mo condition of tlie tract I—
.,,ni covered, denuded ami
..c,,u : i.imiuiK timber
Acu covored with young
growth
unhurned forest
Total square miles 212
Tims no less than 179 square miles
out of the 212, over 84 per cent, of
the urea, has been cleared by Are at
one time or another.
Kigiitecn square miles of the area
is ubovo timber line.
The nrcu first mentioned, viz., the
"sod-covered, denuded area," presents
one of the most difficult propositions.
Belore railway construction started
this urea was covered with a heavy
Iir forest. Now it Is "a poor gravelly prairie, uuiit for agriculture, ol
very littlo valley for grazing and
which is ln no way producing a
crop." This is tho result of repeated
burnings. The flrst fire does not usually havo this effect, but "a second
or third fire rarely fails to kill all
the lorcst reproduction" (i. e., the
young trees, to burn off the upper
layer ol soil nnd leave a desolate
waste,"
Ol unhurned forest only thirty-
three square miles (about sixteen per
cent, of the area) remain, and these
are situated in the places that are
least easy to get at, namely, at high
evels and at the heads of valleys
nnil in draws; and this forest is consequently least valuable. It is the
timber that is easy to get at, that
the tire here, as everywhere else, has
consumed or damaged.
The most hopeful aspect ol the
whole case is presented by the sixty
square miles of country covered with
young growth. Tho land on which
this young growth is found is "too
high on the hillsides nnd Is too rough
stony and gruvelly to be fit for agriculture or valuable for grazing."
This young stand of timber consists
largely of Lodgepolc Pine, with n
smull proportion of spruce and doug-
las fir. Properly protected, it will ln
time come to be of immenso value.
The flrst step in lorestry here and
everywhere else, is to preserve the
forests that now exist, and so the
first thing necessary in this region is
to protect the greon timber and the
young growtli from the fires that
have been so disastrous in the past.
This is the first problem that ls engaging the attention of the Dominion
Forest Service.
Up to thc present, fire protection
in Canadian forests has been effected
entirely by patrol of the area to he
protected by rangers whoso duty it
is to watch for tires and put them
out (and much of tho value ol such a
service lies In tho fact that the ranger can discover and extinguish in its
first stages a fire that, left unchecked, might destroy many thousand
dollars worth of timber,) and warn
travellers and campers of the danger ol carelessness in the use of nre.
This patrol will no doubt ho the basis ol the system finally adopted lor
this region, supplemented probably
by the use ot "look-outs" and telephones.
GOOD FOR CANADA.
Washington, May 4—A plea against
free lumber and a story ol Oriental
labor arguing in the difference ol the
cost between tllo two sides ol the
Canadian boundary line featured a
speech by senator James Pyles ol
Washington In tho senate today. Mr,
Pyles contondod that the tariff was
sufficient savo lor the manttlacturer
in tho United States. Tho market lor
low grade lumber and shingleB will
mako It possible to utilise every part
ol the tree.
Prco lumber, he said, would stimulate the development ol the Canadian
provinces and tho business interests
ol tho country. Ho Bald that practically the only persona seeking a lum
her tnrlfl reduction nre American owners of timber In Canada.
6ITY COUNCIL IPUBLIG SGHOOLiOPERflTORS    MYSTERY
NOTHING       LOAN IS GIFT
WHAT THE   CITY DADS ARE
DOING FOR THE WELFARE
OF THE CITY.
A special meeting ol the city cutin-
cll was held In the council chamber
on Friday evening tor the purpose ol
reconsidering and finally passing bylaw No. 61.
There were present aldermen Ryan,
acting as mayor, and aldermen Jackson, Baker, Hunt, Henderson and
Johnson.
rieforc the council opened M. A.
Macdonald, on bchnll ol the Cranbrook board ol trade, addressed the
council, asking them to bring again
before the people thc Municipal building bylaw, provided that thc provincial government wore still willing to
purchase tile city's interest in the
present building, and thnt the board
of trade would sectire the necessary
signers to the necessary petition.
The matter was referred to the city
solicitor, to ascertain il the provincial government were still inclined to
purchase the city's interest.
On motion of Aldermen Jackson
and Hunt bylaw No. 61, being tho
telephone bylaw, be reconsidered and
finally passed. Aldermon Ryan and
Baker not voting.
On motion of Aldermen Johnston
and Hunt the council adjourned.
A meeting of the municipal council
wns held in the council chamber on
Thursday evening. There were present Alderman Rynn, acting us mny-
or, and aldermen Henderson, Baker,
and Hunt.
Records of last meeting were read,
und on motion of aldermen Hender-1
son and Baker approved and adopted
as read.
The report of the finance committee
was then presented nnd accounts to
the amount of $1,969.92 were recommended to be paid.
The accounts of the Water Supply
Co., Electric Light nnd Telephone
Co., wore ordered paid, the acting
mayor and alderman Baker not voting.
The accounts as presented by the
finance committee, not otherwise provided for, were on motion of Aldermen Hunt and Henderson, ordered to
be paid.
Moved by Aldermen Henderson and
Hunt that Mr. John Gault, of Oault
and Smith of Toronto, be secured us
consultory engineers, with regard to
the purchase of the Water Supply Co.
system, and adoption of a sewerage
syBtem for Cranbrook. Alderman Ryan and Baker not voting.—Carried.
Moved by Aldermen Hunt and Baker, that the city give u grant of $200
to tbe Cranbrook Board of Trade.—
Carried.
A communication re the use of the
fire .hall telephone wns refetrod to the
lire and police committee.
Moved by aldermen Baker and Henderson that bylaw No. 62 be reconsidered and finally passed and adopted
Moved by aldermen Henderson and
Hunt that bylaw No. 63 he reconsidered and finally passed and adopted.
The Board of Works were granted
permission to purchase a five ton
ton street roller, also a street sprinkler.
Moved by Aldermen Henderson and
linker that council adjourn.
MONTHLY REPORT FOR APRIL
RECONSIDER     UNSOLVED       TO FEAR
DIVISION I.
Fred ft. Aiderson, Toucher
Number in attendance  2,r.
Average  22.78
PHRFBOT ATTENDANCE
Rachel Bargett, Rose Dumont, Marguerite Harvey, Jessie Kennedy, Jessie McOowan,   Vivian Bissons,   Uellu
Taylor, Florence Woods.
DIVISION 11
Miss   CaldwoU,   Teacher,
Number in attendance  20
Average 27.25
PKPFECT ATTENDANCE
Lauretta Armstrong, Wilfrid Dallas,
Jennie     Patten,     May Pyatt, Buluh
Stewart.
DIVISION III
Mine Taylor, Teacher.
Number  in attendance
Average 	
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Archie Ohisholm, Gordon Fowler
Oracle Higgins, Neil McCallnm, Wm.
Moore, Laura RtchardB, Marguerite
Stone, Hazel Taylor, Catherine Whit-
more.
DIVISION IV
Miss Rosa, Teacher.
Number in attendance
Average 	
PERFECT ATTEND\NCE
Rainsford     Parks,   Violet Dumont,
Daisy Farrnnt, Norman Fowler, Wil
INTERNATIONAL  BOARD MEMBERS OP DISTRICT 13, D.
M. A.'-, VISIT PERNIE
Fernie, H. ('., May 4 W. II, Rogers
of ottumwa, lown, international
hoard member for district 13, II.M.
W. ol A., arrived in town yesterday
and is stopping, with .1. Iv Morgan
Ol Seattle at the King Edward hotel.
These two officials ol the International union ure here to meet the
members of the official board of district 18, which is to meet this week,
not later than Wednesday, in another
effort to reopen the negotiations so
abruptly broken off by the calling
out o£ tlie men alter the agreement
made at the Macleod convention had
been accepted by a decided vote of
[,:>. the men.
JURY   IN   K1NRADE    MURDER MACKENZIE KINti SAYS ORIEN
..46.25
Whether this new effort to reopen n
ease which tbe operator's association
claims was definitely    settled by the 1 crown""''
BROUGHT IN OPEN VERDICT
Jl'UY COMMENTS ON UNRELIABILITY OF EVIDENCE FLORENCE'S STORIES OF 0HTJRCH
ENGAGEMENTS WERE FICTION,
AS WAS DIVORCE STORY.
Hamilton, May l -"Wo, tho jury assembled to Inquire Into the death 61
Ethel ICinrado, hereby nnd tlm*. the
deceased met her death by shot
wounds Inflicted by some persons un
known to the jury, Owing to the
fact al tho unreliability of the evidence produced, Lhe crown is especially requested to continue its invest!
nations, aud Wa also desire to express
our heartiest appreciation ol tlie able
and kindly manner iu which this Investigation has been conducted by
coroner Anderson and counsel for the
TAL IMMIGRATION QUES
TION SPTTLED.
ell/ie
Ister
parties to the agreement will amount
to anything iw    problematical, as the
association still stands firmly on tlie
ground that to reopen a matter after
j it has been once settled is to admit
! the element of uncertainty into all
, agreements, and that such action
RA ! would establish a precedent so vicious
4fi'« ttB to make all future negotiations rejected suitor ol Florence Kinrade, language throughout the pr
■ useless. 'that lie would be able to give    some  wns    also    significant in ;it,
ln rendering tho above verdict after
hearing all the evidence obtainable,
! in this now famous case, the coroner's inquest has left matters very
much as they were.
-BLAUM HAS NOTHING NEW
The promise made by  Klauin.    the Dominion.   The
Vancouver,  May 4    W    I.    Mack
King, who is to bo Canada's nur
of' labor, returned last night alter an
extended trip in the orient Mr. King
left Oanada in December lusi and will
have     completed      a  tour around  the
world on his arrival in Ottawa.     Ho
left for the enst this afternoon    Ml
King said :    "Tbe opium commission
was a~ remarkable and notable gath
Oring from many points of view The
countries represented were the United
Kingdom, the 1'uited States. India,
Canada, Germany, France, the Neth
orlatids, Russia, Portugal, Austria,
•Input., China, Porsta and Slam
Most of the countries bad two ol
more delegates, There were five "t
the British delegation and three on
tbe delegation from tbe United Slat
es, besides secretaries and clerk
was the first world conferen
whicli Canada tins had a place,
marking a stago in Canadian de
ment within the imperial structur
wns not without significance to the
English
ceedlngB
interna
It
and
clop
of the
SERIOUS PHASE OF CASE.       I-startling     evidence, wns not carried tlonal gathering.   It reveals tho    ex
This is the most serious feature of jollt' though after his hearing he sold tont   to     which English is becomins
tho case, looked    at from the stand-1"11 voU tllillk Florence killed her sis-, the language   not only of commerce
frid Stone, Dorothy Whit more, Hibertlpoint of the     union themselves.   Thcjter> y°u arc     mistaken.   Vou should
Stewart,
DIVISION V
Miss Hall, Teacher
Number in attendance  52
Average  41.55
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Wilfrid Cadwallander, Helen Auher-
Un, William Daniels, Mabh Orr, Haa-
el Stevenson, Gordon Taylor.
DIVISION VI
Miss Elliott, Teacher
Number in uttendnnce  7P
Average  52.80
PERFECT ATTEND\NCE
Gladva Brooks,  Lena  Stone,   Stan-
fey Stewart, Edward     Browser, Veh
Gaskill, Wilfred Kennedy, Viola Sar-
vis, Keith Wasson.
FOR  STREET IMPROVEMENT
The $10,000 street improvement bylaw, which was voted for on Tuesday
was carried by a fair majority. The
vote was 77 for, and 24 against. This
means that a handsome sum will be
immediately available for street and
sidewalk improvement.
Better Late Than Never
Gibraltar, May 5—The United States cruisers North Carolina and Montana arrived here today from Guant-
anamo bay, Cuba. They are bound
for Asiatic Turkey to protect American interests.
For Big Marathon.
TWELVE RUNNERS ENTER IK-1
CLUDING JOHN MARSH OF WINNIPEG.
Now York, May 5—An even dosen
runners huve entered for the $1,000
international Marathon at the Polo
grounds on Saturday afternoon. Tho
list is as follows :
St. Ives, Orphle and Cibot, France;
Simpson and Marsh, Canada; White,
Ireland; Carvajal, Cuba; Appelby,
England, Dorando, Italy; Maloncy,
Ireland; Svenhorg. Sweden, and
Crook, United States.
The entry of John D. Marsh, the
Winnipeg runner, who now holds tho
world's track record for the Marathon
distance, has stirred up fresh interest
in sporting circles and has sent thc
price up against St. Ives, who is tlie
favorite. Marsh is a Strapping big
fellow with a world of endurance,
coupled  with plenty of speed
Try Ambitious Flight.
Berlin, May 5—A dispatch received
here from Stuttgart says that Zeppelin, about the middle of this month
will undertake to came from Freider-
ichahafen to Berlin in his new airship
Zeppelin II.
Press Men Weloomed.
Victoria, May 5—The Australian
press dologates to tho imperial press
delegates to the imperial press conference spent today in the city and
enjoyed it immensely. They were the
guests of the city and the provincial
government at a drive around the
city and were entertained by tho Canadian club at luncheon. Thoy leave
tomorrow afternoon for Vancouver,
nnd after n few days stay nt Field,
Banff. Calgary, Reglna and Winnlpoe
enrollte, they go down tho lakes from
Fort William to Owen Sound enrouto
to Toronto nnd the east.
B. 0. Premier Loses Father.
New Westminster, May 4-Artnur
H. McBride, father of Premier Mc-
Bride of British Columbia, and one
of the early pioneers of tho province.
died suddenly at his home in this city
todny. He was 73 years old and had
lived in Westminster 40 years.
School Arrangements.
The school trustees were busy on j
Thursday morning making arrangements, and providing suitable build-1
ing for carrying on school.
Tho entrance class will occupy   the I
old Presbyterian Sunday School room I
while four of the junior classes    will
be quartered in tho curling rink build-'
ing.
The trustees also sent out telegra-1
phic orders for school hnoks, and It
Is expected that school will open on
Monday morning next.
The trustees are to he congratulated upon tho promptness exercised in
securing buildings and books for tho
accommonation of pupils.
Rev. Mr Pidpeon goes West
Vancouver, May 5—Rev, George C.
Pldgoon of West Toronto has accepted the chair of practical theology in
Westminster Hnll Theological College
here. The chair is endowed by a M0-
000 from Oapt. J. J. Logan.
U.M.W. of A. has gained a good rep-i ^et the thin person who followed her
utation for adhering to bargains once!from Virginia. That person did it."
entered into and it is thought that! He Maitl "« kn*w that Florence Kin-
the officials of the organisation will ™de never sans at any church in
not take advantage of any subterfuge I Manchester or Richmond. She had
in order to get out of a position into ItoU1 hlm tlmt Bhfl was married nnd
which the men have been forced by j divorced, and lived in dread of her
hasty and ill-advised action. j lormcr husband, as he had tluenten-
The international body can not, un-1 etl t[1 «rttS h«»r of! the stag.' if he ever
der present conditions, render any Houn" "er on onc- ^',0 n'so ^old him movements which have for their
financial assistance to" the idle miners |tllftt he was endeavoring to influence joct thfl uplifting und betterment
and many of these are becoming much her parents to make her marry Mr. mankind. Many valuable reports
dissatisfied at the situation and want Wright against her will. the extent of tbe opium traffic
to be at work.   As tho time poes  on     He (lili not know Miss Elliot,   and , presented  to the commission by
the only person he had seen Florence various delegations and  tin
but. of diplomacy in the far east.
SHOULD SUPPRESS TRAFFIC
"Thc chief significance of tbe gath
erlng was, of course, the purpose for
which it was called. The findings of
thc commission were of world pro
nouncoment on an evil from which an
empire is seeking to free Itself and as
such points the way to co-operation
among   nations     in   furthering tl
this dissatisfaction grows more pronounced and it is evident that some
definite action will soon be neccB-
sary if the men arc to be kept together.
LONDON BRIBERS FREE
Men Who Worked for C. S- Hy
man Win by Technicality
Toronto, May 5—The court of appeals today quashed the convictions
of bribery imposed upon John O'Gor-
man. Danie, Wylic, C. R. Reld and
W. I. Malley in the famous election
case in London. The court was unanimous and quashed the conviction on
the grounds that Judge Winchester
had no jurisdiction to try the case.
Judge Garrow in his judgment says
the only natural and proper place for
the trial was at London and not To
ronto and the opposition to a very
reasonable motion to change the venue savors of unfairness and even oppression.   Today's decision means the: deuce
case is ended and that the accused i thrown light rut the tragedy. Much
cannot be tried again for the same of it. they themselves had considered
offence. The case had its origin in j valueless. The crown hnd worked on
the Hyman-Gray bye election in 1905] no theory.
in which, according to a number of The situation was that the young
Witnesses, bribery was rampant. {woman was in the house at the time
  of the tragedy, and that the circum
BETTER ROADS. stances were so and so.
 „  |    If her story was received with implicit faith, then the questions, other
various delegations and the commls-
with was a tall blonde woman. She sion was unanimous in finding that
left the theatre she told him, because' the use of opium in any form other
a man whose name she would not. wise than for medical purposes was
give threatened to throw a dagger at held by almost every participating
her on the stage. j country to be a  matter  for  prollibi
He regarded bis love affair with her j tion nr careful regulation, and to
seriously, and it was understood that' take measures for the gradual sup
when she loft her home she was to | pression of the practice of opium
meet him in Philadelphia, marry him smoking in its own territories and
nnd go on a tour.   They correspond- possessions.
ed until she broke off the engagement I "The most important among the
His Christmas present was returned'findings of tlie commission was one
by Mrs. Kinrade, who told him that {to the effect that the manufacture,
Florence was engaged to Wright. She sale and distribution of morphine al
sent him a stick pin and asked Int.. 'ready constituted a grave danger and
to address her as Mildred Dale, her 1 that the morphine habit, shows signs
stage nnme, at the general postolllce. ! of spreading.
Mr. Blackstock addressed the coron- CANADA NEED NOT FEAR
cr in a most diplomatic way. He { "So far as the Dominion is Immed
stated thut he believed that in a lately concerned." said Mr. King,
short time thc law would make it a "the question of immigration is per
compulsory matter for witnesses to | haps the most important. To pre
give evidence and submit to cross ex- j serve tbe standards which Canadian
aminntion. I industrial classes     have reached, re-
Proceeding to tbe murder, he etat- Utrlctlon of Immigration from tho or
ed that Mr.  Washington und himself j ent is an absolute necessity. This, is
had sei/cd upon every particle of evi-! happily recognised by the authorities
that     might    possibly     have i oi the groat countries across the Pn
cific hardly less than by Canada, nnd
so long as this country is prepared to
act with the forbearance anil modern
tion whicli should be dictated by a
consideration of the difficulties eastern statesmen have to face in the
government of multitudes, and by a
realisation of our own position us a
part of the British Empire and a
young nation soeking to develop its
Tho provincial go ernment la busy than thoae aealgnccl ,„ identify    theIrosou'rces nnd seeking to expand It,
on plans for Improving the roads   in crltnlnnl were „„,,.   Thor0 mn nthcl. oommerce     al„, rol„tlons with other
the   Cranbrook    district.   Surveyois vlowfl     Thm,   wn8 AoM a|),mt th(J      d   w tr, , ,
are at work laying out a road tram truth of tho atorv, Tho moment there thing to fear from or tnl lmmigra
the boundary line to Kingsgate. This
road will be constructed ns a trunk
i was    doubt
to the truth of the ; tlon, not nt least for many
...        ,        ,    ...   j,  .    story, it was obvious that it became come."
road from the boundary to Wardnor, | lmportant t0 proBecut0 „„„,), further |
and see what doubt or refusal to believe involved.
and eventually to the Alberta line.
John Reld, road superintendent, Is
now engaged in shortening up tho
road between Cranbrook and Port;
Steele.
Repairs are being made near Wattsburg, tho Mission, Wardner, Marys-
ville and othor places in the district.
Fires Orientals and Hires Canucks
Cost of Dirigible Eaioon.
New Westminster, May r, -President
McRae, of Fraser River Lumber Co.,
As tbe time seems near when there',»?• thcy m tmou«l1 now ,""1     '"'
will bc u regular dirigible haloon ser
LORD SH0LT0 DOUGLAS FREE
Charge of Shooting with Intent
Not Sustained.
FATAL ACCIDENT.
Carbonado, May 4-A fatal accident
occurred ut the Curbonado coal mines
nt 12 o'clock Inst night when M.
Cubic unci .1. Plnncltn lost their lives. In attempting to escape from a
rock fail in tho room In which they
wcro working they were overcome by
gas and perished before thcy could he
rescued. Doth ure married men and
leave families. Coroner Blcnsdell will
hold an inquest.
BURIED ALIVE IN WELL.
Miniotn, Man., May 5-Whlle digging a well on the farm of A. W.
Lindsay, four and n half miles from
this town, Edward Knight was burled alive owing to thc well caving ln.
He wbb 7C feet down when the accident occurred. The body has not yet
been  recovered.
AMONG THE GRAFT.
W. K. Houston of Victoria, Grand
Master A.F. & A.M., of British Columbia, will mako his official visit to
Cranbrook Lodge A.F, & A.M. next
Tuesday. All members ol the crnft
ure cordially invited to tie present.
Hocky Mountain Chapter It.A.M.
will hold a regular monthly convocation in the chapter room of the Masonic Tomplti on Tuesday evening next.
At n regular monthly aseomby of
Helklrk Prcceptory, held in the Masonic Temple on Monday last, thc following ofllcers were Installed:
P.P.—Sir Knight James Finluy
C.-Sir Knight A. McCowan
M.-8ir Knight It. Burns
S.M.-Hir Knight I).  .!. McSweyn.
BIO STOOL contract.
Toronto, May 6—The Temiskaming
and Northern railway haB given a
contract lor two thousand tons of
steel rails to the Algomn Hteol Co. nf
the Boo. *
Notes and Comments.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler apparently is
determined to protect his friend Mr.
Pugsley at all costs.
• * • •
The house of lords will breathe chs-
ier as a result of Mr. Martin's defeat.
Part of his policy was to wipe the
upper house out of existence.
• * * •
Honorable William Pugsley ta no
honor to public life, but Sir Wilfrid
Laurler says he is prouder than ever
of him.—Nelson News.
• « • •
After    Mr.    Joseph     Martin gets
through in England, there may still
bo an opening    In Turkey for an experienced parliamentarian.
•  » *
Mr. Joseph Martin did a little better in Strntford-on-Avon un Tuesday
than he did in Vancouver last October. But then ho has not lived as
long in England ns he hnd iu Vancouver.
• • • •
The Shah of Persia has again promised his people n constitution. If he
is not careful ho will promise once
too ofton nnd will meet the fate of
Abdul Hatnld.—Nelson News,
vice between cities, tlio question arises : What fare will the passengers
have to pay per mile or hour ? The
Frankfurter Zoltung attempts an estimate. A "Zeppelin" will coat about
¥150,0110 and nmy be expected to last
four or live years. The outlay for
gas, a crew nt seven men, binding
charges, depreciation, and ho on, will
amount to about $112,000 a yeur. Assuming that 12n days Will be available for trips, it would be necessary
to take in over |..un per trip to pay
hour journey, and
this charge would have to ho divided
among the passengers, How many of
these would it be possible to take?
Fifteen! at any rate, the Q or man
Nelson, May 6—The grand jury yesterday afternoon returned "no bill"
lu the case of Lord Bholto Douglas,
who was charged with shooting with
intent to kill James Rowlands, who
was a neighbor. The shooting occur- .„,..._.,_ . . ., ,.,
red at Creston, where both lived last JJP"™L™ ' \ ' ';
September. The story as told, is tlu ,llil1'' A "" '
that Lord flholto, returning home one
day from a hunting trip, found How-
lands in the house with Lady Douglas , hi k -Mh w k0 j
the former being dec dedly worse for J^ , l twc|v|1 h tli abollfc $e0
iquor Previous to this Douglas had \ ^ th v J fa
forbidden Row amis the house, and i k 'fl t , d t 1)h)k th ,
had particularly ordered him not to ; ° lfl ,ir(l,iihi.ive; tens of tho,.-
brng any lquor into the house On „ J w »b ,„, R to
this occasion he ordered Rowlands I curiosity, and by the
out, but he refused to go whereupon «™ J, t . (| ] ^ .£
Douglas went to n neighbor's, got a m™ h )lmbl Q *d lfc
gun and returned and shot Rowlands. | BUmclontly to allow less favored
While tho action of tho grand Jury W , fch 0JCftalmm, tl,xury 0, u
was more or loss of a surprise, at . . . ,
the    same time it has been received  I,,l,,!   M ""  ""
ever with all oriental labor. H
thoy work with u single eye to doing
the minimum in the most inefficient
manner. Hindus at n dollar a day
are not nearly so good an investment
as Greeks at double that Wage, He
is arranging for an Importation 'd
a French*Canadian colony. He says
he will give them land, build churches and do everything to satisfy
them.
Band Concert
The City Hand, under Bandmastei
Corrlson, will tender tbe following
program on Monday evening, May 10,
weather permitting
March, "Our Dlroctor," Blgelow
Concert Waltz, "Rnchnntmutit"—
Alberti,
lo.    "Suminoi   !•■■.'
Euphonium   i
s,"   Beyer.
Processional,
Selection of
"Qermanta,
'Irish Melodic
Its
by
HOMESTEAD ENTRIES
Reginn, May 5—There were 73 j
homesteads, two purchased homesteads and 14 pre-emptions taken at
Regina land office during April, at
compared with 102 homesteads for th*
same month last year.
with a good deal of satisfaction
the people generally.
True bills wcro returned in four
other eases, and a charge of shooting
with intent to kill against Gen. S,
Coleman, a Ymir hotel keeper, is now
in progress,
Winnipegger Got Contraot
Ottawa, May 4 -It Ih understood
thnl. the contracts for tbe N.T.R Btn
tion buildings on the section to tho
enst of Winnipeg, for which tenders
were opened last, week, will he award-
nil to Vopnl, an Icelandic contractor
of Winnipeg. The aggregate of the
tender is about $114,000.
Town in Wiped Out.
ONLY TWO BUILDINGS   LEFT
WESTI.Y, ON BOUNDARY.
IN
er
Patriotic selection,  "(> Cann
Descriptive Fantasia. "Down
Levee."  -Ripley.
Characteristic,   "Southern  fl
Lnmpe.
Ood Save The King.
Additional Looalu
FOUGHT IN '87.
Manchester,
Nelson, May B File yesterday a,-
most completely wiped out the little
town nf Westly, 26 miles west of here
on the boundary, the only two build
[ngs left bolng Hie ofllco and cooking
liottBO belonging to tho Yalo-Columbin
Lumber Company The company's
mill, valued at fifty thousand dollars
find tho stock of lumber valued at the
samo sum, as well as all the employees houses and tho buildings belong
ing to the firm, were completely de
stroyed.
The tire stinted from the refuse
heap, n high wind carrying sparks to
the dry sawdust,     spreading to  the
I
Rev   it
Friday.
Hugboi
Mr,
were
ami Mrs.
in town t
1!   Tlllo
> dny.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hocklns    ol
] Deer,    were  Cranbrook   Visitors
urday.
At -t a.m. on Saturday morning tho
I tire brigade was called out to a small
i tire in the restricted district.
GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE NO
SECURITY   G.T R.'S GOOD
FORTUNE.
Ottawa, .May I The Grand Trunk
Pacific loan bill finally passed the
house "I commons today. Tin- debate
on the third reading which commenced on Tuesday morning was continued till aftei midnight and the oppoil
tlon wound up their criticism hy bud
mltting Hvfl amend mon ta as follows
1 To take advantage of tne uppor
(unity to iniiii the drawl Trunk Pacific t-> send all freight not routed hy
propt lotoia, to Canadian ports.
t To take from the Grand Trunk
;u the way of security a mortgage on
the G.T.P. towns.tes company and
also on the branch from Port Arthur
to the main line oi the NT R
3 To Insert In the contract a pro
vision requiring the company to pay
to the government the exact cost of
the loan in thr market
l To secure from the G.T.P. as security foi Ha1 loan preference stock
to tho value ol $10,(	
5 That all stock of the G.T P in
control of the G. T. it company he
pledged to the government until the
a mount advanced he repaid with in
teiest
Tbo first  amendment, which was It.
I,    Borden's,   was   rejected   hy   a   vote
of 106 to 70, The other amendments
which were moved by Messrs. Ames,
Middleboro, Perley and Melghen were
negatived without division and the
lull was given a third reading.
In tho house tins morning Mr. Foster moved for the production of the
report made by tbo New Brunswick
commission on tho New twunswick
Central railway with which Hon Mr.
Pugsley's name was connected.
Premier Laurler objected to tbe or
der being made in that way so Mr.
Foster expressed his willingness to
lei It go as n notice of motion. Pre
mior Laurler said that the bouse
would take up the resolution respecting the classification of the civil ser-
v ice.
Mr. Foster objected, declaring that
it would be necessary for him to get
notice of the intention of tho government to take up the matter. The premier agreed,
A $10 000 FIRE
The Public School Completely Destroyed by Fire.
At 3.IS Thursday morning, tire was
discovered m the school house by
men  working in the O.P.U. yards.
Tho lire brigade wns promptly on
band, and s....n had two lines of hose
playing on the building. Upon the
arrival of tho tire ladders, it was
scon that it would be impossible to
save the building, and inside of twenty minutes the roof fell in, and hy
four o'clock the building was a
mioking ruins.
It is not known how the building
caught tire, the principal and janitor
are positive in the statement thnt
there was no lire in the building    at
the close of school   Wednesday  night.
The burning of tho school, just at
this time is a loss to Cranbrook. As
the title of the building was held by
the provincial government, there was
no Insurance, and none on the desks
md furniture owned by the city.
'l'l Id    school    building Is gone.
but, phoenix like, a new $50,000 modern brick building will rise from its
ashes.
The loss is estimated at $10,000.
Wright Brothers are Popular.
London. .May 1 There was a dem-
i onstratlon of enthusiasm remarkable
l iu its character at the office of the
civil onglnoers when the Aeronautical
[society of Great Britain conferred on
Wilbur and Orville Wright, the aero-
plainists of Dayton. Ohio, its first
gold medal. Those who had gathered nt the office to witness the pre
sentatlon cheered and applauded repeatedly. Finally the entire assemblage rose up and nave three cheers for
tbe brothers. They sang "For they
are jolly good fellows" and ended hy
cheering Miss ICathcrlne Wright. Sir
I fit :i in .Maxim, lieutenant ceneral Baden Powell, who referred to the
the Wrlghi brothers as "unspoiled as
though they were nobodies." and declared that the nation which failed
to keep pace with the development
might get badly left in a year, and
chairman Edward Frost, who presented the medals Both Wilbur and
Orville made brief speeches express-
Ing then thanks
New Train is a Swell One.
The new i'i' H time card went inin effect Sunday when tbe new train
net vice between Si. Caul and Portland wns Inaugurated. In the place
of what has been known as the Spokane flyer n train to run between St.
Paul and Cortland without change,
was put on with the swellest equipment, with electne lighting for the
first class cats and all the library.
drawing room, observation car, etc.,
features. The first trains of the ser
vice passed through this diHtrict Sunday afternoon. The flrst train to arrive at Spokane created quite a fur-
rue and many people gathered nt the
station to hoc it It is one of the
very flncsl trains that cross tbe continent
'in TO CLAY  POLO.
New York, May fl Harry Payne
Whitney and John Wuterbury sailed
hu ISngland today on tlie steamer
Maurontla to take part In the international polo match in that country
i in June.
Winnipeg, May 6—Col.  Manchester, the dry sawdust,     spreading  to  tbe |    F.  (.   Doynton   of Ln( roBse, Wis.
father of Dr. Manchester, aged 92, a mill and lumber yards.   It broke out   1>; 'O. « urtis of Vancouver   A.  Hall
veteran of the Mackenzie rebellion of nt the noon hour, and reached     the «   Edmonton,     R. Rockwell ol Bpo-
1A37 in Ontario, died here today    at engine room before discovered, rend-[kane,_and^l.. t
the home of his son,. crtng the pumps useless.
Stewart of     Hen
[were at the Crnnbrook today.
KAISER NOT GUILTY.
Berlin, May C—The report einatint
nu: from Constantinople that letters
from Emperor William had been found
among thfl seized correspondence of
Abdul Humid ut the imperial palace
of Yihliz, was denied in official quarters todny. (•Utl     a.
TIIK 1-RliSI'KlTiiK.     ORANBROOK,    B,    U .    i-ATI UHAV.    MAY    '. J "";.
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G.T.R0GERS
Are better in value than any
other $ 5.00 boot and equal in
value to any $6.00 boot.
G.  T.   ROGERS
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CRANBROOK
HOTEL
% Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection fl
Nearest to railroad depot,   Has iiooommo-
iliiiinns   for   tho   public!   unequallotl  In
Oranbrook.
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS \
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors       |
keep   Your Rye on this Space for liatgai ns
in Real Estate
BUY A FEW SHARES IN
GOLDEN ZONE MINING Co., Ltd.
(CAPITAL  $500,000)
Divided Into 2,000,000 Shares at Par Value of 25 Cents
Non-Assessable
FOR SALE AT
Fred. A. Russell   AST
ROYAL HOTEL,       CRANBROOK
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METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY,  MAY   9.
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PKRNIli. CREST0N REVIEW
BIRTHS
Hum -In Cranbrook, on Tuesday,
May 4th, 1903, to Mr. and Mrs. n.
Clark, a baby boy.
i
PEKNIE FREE PRESS.
Tom ttowibm had u lull at the rol
ler rink this week (liHlocutlng lii--;
Bhouldor.
The Pernio Lumber ( d., bus just
completed tho erection nl four new
hlumen lor its employees.
The old Hank ol Commerce huihlim;
in brinK removed to nmlto room for a
store and office building which will be
erected on the site ol tho present
structure.
Bnglne .343 collldod with n mud
rilide this wt'pk near Morrissoy, uud
came' out second best. The wrecking
crew were two days getting the mogul
but of the ditch.
Miaa Wblmstcr loft Thursday even
ing for Walsh, Alt.. . wit ie i he will
spend a month vhUiii: li r slater,
Mr.:. T. A. Hnrgrave.
John I, Macdonald, chicl n ■count
ant (or the Triti k-\Vuoi1 t'o . loft on
Wednesday foi mt oxtonded holiday
amongst the cities .if tlie vtt te oust
He will visit Toronto, Ne-:, York,
Phlladelphln and otlioi villi gos bo
lore liis return.
XI. Rizzutto is hauling sand lor the
n«w Imperial. Al, says he Iuu. tin*
sand to tackle it.
A. H. Lenard ol Toronto hi . taken
m position us stenographer nl thc ol
flee of trc coal Company
Hill St inley bo... cd up serenely on
Tuesday     wem Ing   nn   Ire erenm hal
jitil nn iiie-ftihle amlle, apparently III
tie tho worse lor   hn grilling before
Thi» beaks at Vancouver
.1 li. McBwIng will move Into his
kandbo ma new store on Monday
Traffic was delnyed early In tho
week by mudslides on the C P K.
east and west of here. By courtesy
<*f thf Great Northern the stalled
trains were dispatched over tho Hill
line.
DISTRICT  LEDGER.
n .1. Blundell biu put up a aire 60
foot awning
list church Sunday morning and evening. In the morning lie will speak
,,a mission work, as seen by a soldier
among the tlwarf tribes of Africa, in
the evening he will appear in full
icavulry uniform and lecture on the
of tho jowelry arm collquc8t 0f Hritish Africa by thc
was a guest at the Soldlerfl l)f the VmsH assjstcd hy thc
Soldiers ,,f the Word,
A, ('., Hawortli,
of Haw,nib Hros.
Miiarn Tuosday,
Now, all ynu
Isnak Walton,    the   period of nbsttn-
Pastor For Baptist Church.
A report from Woodstock, ont., received Tuesday, says that Rev. \V.
('. King, pastor of the Oxford Uap-
tlst church of that city, has accepted
a call to the pastorate of the first
Baptist church of Oranbrook.
nlent  disciples  of
On   Monday   and Tuesday cvoning, !
,   "".„"', '■"«»'■ May | nth and 11 tli. he will exhibit in
ly over.   It will be legal the Hamc piace   |,ls museum of hunt-''
for yon tu go fishing nt break of day ,„,, am,    W1„. trophies, consisting of
on Sal unlay next. beautiful nature made robes from the
llobf. Lamonl is clearing the luncl8klm! of ,eop&rnS( |lonB| panthers,
he purchased from tho government at , s ja(!kals „„,, antelopes; also
the luncl sale.   We believe he intends Zll|U marSi knobkerries, Kaffir bows
'" s 'vl«o  "'is  Into  lots and  put,,,,,,, arrows, necklaces, tusks and cos-
'!'" "ll"! ' tl" market as an addi- U|m(!s    Tm, iccture9 „„ Mlin,|„y   and
ten to tho townsito. Tuesday  will   be  oil  stirring advent -
 ■ ures on hunting, buttle and diamond
Mipnur    ui?u<irjTc»o holds.   At   the close of each lecture,
ffllijUrjL   K&rUKlriK 1,0 ymmg men w|11 b0 or1!S8eo in „tt.
 „  jtive costumes aad military  liailurms,
.   .and a sword drill to music will close
The Imperial bank have begun   the each evening's entertainment.  Sword
erection of their building at New Mi- f0ftts „.a| ,,,, Rjvcn    thut have made
CH°!- , ,,   ,        the sergeant  renowned in throe arni-
llill Miner is said to have called on  jrs     Admission   35  cents;   children   15
friondB  at  Ottawa about  tw,,  week:-
CONCILIATION  BOARDS
U.   MINK   STORIES    AND DISPUTES IN B. C.
Ottawa, May :. Judge P. K. Wilson,
of Cranbrook, B.C., is named as the
chairman of the board which will
deal with tbe dispute in British Columbia coal mines at Fernie.
The members of the board who will
deal with the dispute between the
Nicola Valley Coal and Coke company and its men are Thomas Kiddie
of Newport, Wash., why represents
tbe company and Thomas O. Brooks
uf Moyie, B. C, who represents the
men.   The chairman is not named.
iyn
enta.
BAPTIST CHURCH
The tirst ,,f the football games of
the Association tor the seas,,n will
bo played horo this evening, Coleman
Vs.  Michel  °	
The government road makers   have Thi.     „.,,„,„,     .,„,,     Presbyterian
bcon here (or thc pasl week, aad     In C1,nurchca win h„|,i united services on
■ oi loquenco the place   - beginning   to Sabbath day; in the morning at 11 in
look like aomothing. tn0 QnptiR| church and in the evening
.  .  at 7.80 iu the     Presbyterian church,
VfllVTV   I I'AflffH U"v  *' Anderaon wU1 l'm"'h "ttho
JIOYlfc  LhAUBiK both services
Everybody cordially invited
The Moyie board of trade seems to •	
<™> tD»| »«*,."»■»*» VISITED SFRAYM0TER PLANT;
known   11      ■'■<-,,.i-.,:  deknestt
The wagon road d, wn the valley ol
the Moyio rlvei  between i arson   and Last month the Ontario Agrlcultur
ICing gate will  bc tinnlie.i about.the al Colloge sent a graduating class and
,,,  ,,, Jme    Th, Kovcrnment  li da ''"'<■ ol its most noted directors,     ..
Ing a splendid j,,!,    There la a good Oaesar,  to  inspect   the  plant   ol   tho
substantial   bridge    across  the   rlvor Spramotor Oompnny ol  London,  for
near r'urison ""' ""rl»isc "i gathering Information
This year was n record breakei  lor ,i  'he in,.si   Improved  methods     of
the lo  remaining :n tho lake    H did spraying
not    ,t ol the lower lake until tbe Thtali  n  new  departure of the O.
27th   which is at least live days Intel   A   '' .  >' tho largest colleges   of
than any previous yeal  for m years It" kind in the world, and bestows no
Moth lakes an- now' cleai  ol Ice, and little honor upon the Spramotor Oo.
thc boating season is at band.
t all goes as     expected tbe Porto
Kiie chief McOotigall lias I n     -p   Rico   f.umher  Co.   will  start   sawing
pointed as building Inspector tor the j0gfl the flrst of next week and the
city. This will insure propel build I mason's run will be bigger than ,-ve:
lags being erected as Chief McDougall before The companj has eight mil
hus had considerable exporlenco alongh|0n ,,.,., nf i,,,., ,,, |,e worked up in-
this line 11<> liiml.oi     .1   A   Johnston   the mon
Mr   .1    r.    McCnlliim,   who  has so lMQI    llIir,,i  |)ere from  Winnipeg mi
cured the contrncl  for thc new   postU |,v
office was in the city on Tuesday   lie;
reports thai      work  will stall   on  tilt
new building al t tho middle ,,! the
month    Mi    A   .1   Watson roprescnti
Iilm III his absence
Several of the     temporary  w,„„ln
structures me now being torn down
aud    when    rem,,veil      will   mnkc r
main street more attractive
Mi. Van Sehnile „t     .lohnnnesluii :, MJ ,..,
South   Africa,   Is  nblnltig   bitsines. cron i    i
Willi Pleasure lu our ctv flrunil   I
Mr. rturnstcle, Hie popular accounl   in     , ■
RAILWAY  EARNINGS
lilt;  rNOflBAHK IN TIIK MONTH
n|,' M Mtf'll
I..
id,.
'l'l,,
,\l
ol   C2I,
id Trunl
■. nol in
,,,     The
by making this well known concern
its choice among the many others in
tbo country
The subject ol eradication of various form of spines and insects that
nttnch it,.,", .iinl plants lias become a
serlou nnd interesting study in all
the agricultural colleges in th,. world.
So innin Improvements in sprgylng
machines have boon ninile recently
that, while the O.A.C, possesses
many ol tlie ie appnratunos for tbe
practical in iti nctlon ol pupil,. it wan
quite uu, ,.i ,l,e quo 'tlon to purclinso
even   kind   ol   new   tnuclllne.   So      the
collet eluded thai  the improve
menl    einhotl ,   Bprnmotors nl
forded nn eicellenl opportunity Inr
prnc ii    thr desired  Instructive    III
I, ,tm, n
LORD 8REY WILL REMAIN
GOVBRNOn I'.KNKRAl. WILL COM-
l'LETH SIX YEARS IN CANADA
London. May :i- Describing the decision of Marl Grey to remain iu Can-
acla as tlie best piece of personal
news received from the outer world
for u long time, the Sunday observer
says Britain bus never sent out n
more inspiling pro consul. No reprc
sentiitive of the king could have done,
surer and ill,ire splendid work. The
announcement that his excellency the
governor general is to remain In Canada for the full period of six years
will be received with tile greatest satisfaction by tho country iu general.
There is general misapprehension in
regard to the tenure of ofllee of the
governor general. Tlio appointment
is for six years hut tlie rule bus been
for the governor general to surrender
olllco at the end of live years. In only
two cases has tllis been deviated from
confederation, vi/., Lord llulfetiii and
Lord Mlnto. Karl Groy makes the
third exception.
TURKEY'S CRISIS
The Snltnn ol Turkey bad 218
conks. Nn wonder his broth is spoil
ed.
• ■   *   •
Notice is boinp served to the world
that a World's Fair is to he held in
Boston in 11)20.
• 9     *     •
If Kitchener comes to Vancouver,
tbe desire to see him in Cranbrook
will be pretty nearly irresistable. The
world loves a good soldier.
• •   •
That riot among, Scotchmen over
their harmless kind of football
prompts a query what they would do
If they had the stlmulatlne; sort we
have over here.
....
It would seem odd to cut out Llv-
erpool. Probably they won't do it if i
that promise to deliver mail from j
there on the fifth day can be made,
uood.
• * * «
I    If bread goes higher, will the poor
follow the advice of that famous lady
of Franco and eat cake.
• . . •
1    And     golf     halls   are  now  flying''
I through the air.
Golfer, spare that turf.
That American newspaper man
charged with Being a spy in Constantinople may have been only performing his duty. He won't be shot
in a hurry.
.      9      ■      .
The criminal code of Canada will
be amended In prevent men from
carrying concealed wejiponi; nor,
must anyone have Indecent pictures
in his possession.
i
VlNEYAUD  MORSE-POWER  SPRAMOTOR.;
V-Wf Cftw. 4 (Mlllt. » » ttdt. .» ** pre*"*.
TREK SPRAYING
This shows the H. P. Spramotor at
work spraying trees. Horse does all
the work but holding tlie pole.' 4 nozzles at 125 lbs. pressure practically
smoke the tree with spray. All automatic. By horse or hand, operated
and controlled. Number of nozzles
can be arranged to suit size of trees.
Tho largest tree may be sprayed, for
one or two horses same price. Also
arranged for vineyards, row crops,
strawberries, graincrops. Nozzles will
not clog. This ad wil) not appea-
again, therefore do it now.
W. O. HEARD
969 King St., London, Ont.
April 7th, 1909.
tgf®
ell
ant nl the back of r,,i,nr
Inst Wednesilii) morning lor n months
, ,cut ion In the east. Mr llaautng
t,,n win |„, ,-><■» In" accountant and
Mr. lidwa1 ds, who bus lately arrived
f,,.',,, r'rnnhrnnV, will take the posl
11, n as teller,
Mrs. Teller gave a dance lit hn
home r„i Thursday evening. A large
number ,,( Irlenils were present and
eni'iycd the dancing.  >"»'  V"r
The Hprainotoi Compnny, with head
proper showed n galnjolllccn und plant at London. Ulltnrlo,
C31,2(1(1,  while working and brnnches at Dtlffuln   N.Y.,   have
used  1.II.7HI1     Canada the Inrgosi  ,,n,l  mosl  complete lad.
prollts   gained   L2,l«"    ry of Its kind   In     the world   Hpra-
vestein decreased Ul 100 motors     arc   used    in every civilise,!
expel, e»
Atlantic',
Hiund Ti
while    Detroit    llranil    Haven  gained
fxnr.ii   There was one working    day
more   than     In     the   corresponding
month a year ago.
Montreal, May .'! C.IMt. earnings
lor the period ending April iiutli show
an Ittcren ,1 J:ir,l,i)llll over the same
country ,,„ tho face of the earth
I'rol Caonnr and class were Immensely pleased will, tho result ol
tholr visit, and returned lo tho college alter being tendered a dinner at
tlin Tocumsoh house by their host W.
H. Heaiil. manager ol the Spramotor Company.
Stricl censorship over Turkish dispatches make It difficult lor the world
to reason Intelligently concerning con
clltloun in thai troubled country. Ap
pi,really thc naliiiu la on lite verge
,,l civil wm Lawlessness on the
purl, ol oltlcial troops ami unofficial
nu,bs is terrorising communities ami
enacting horrors worse than tnoso of
war. Itcspnnslhilitlos lor these eon
clltionn Is not easily llxcl. The out
come  lillisl   also lie i,   matter of spec
illation In tlie lurk ,„ accurate know
lodgo ,,f tlie situ.,ti,ni. iiplnlotiH may
illflar whether Hiis revolution marks
the failure ol  the constitution under
the inlluen, I tlio Young Turk pur
l.y, or puts Hie reform Putty to     Its
.severest  tost, which to many  minds,
| should     huve   been met ut lhe begin
ittlng.   in     the position ol mnliv  the
I deposition cl Abdul Humid Is the es
sentlal beginning of any effective ro
:form in Turkey.   Mure complete   Information whicli may escape tbe censor is likely to strengthen that opinion us to the   need   ol the     preRent
i hour,
HK IH IN MISSOURI,
, n	
Mexico, May 4 I'!. I'. Weston, the
pedestrian, left yesterday on his walk
from New York to Sun Krancbieo.
GOTOH WINS A0AIN
Deo Moines, May 1—Frank Goteh, j
world's champion heavyweight wrestler, last night dofoatod .Jesse Rotsmer
of lies Moines in two straight fulls
in 18J and 15 minutes respectively.
CARNEGIE HEROES
I    Pittsburg,  May     -I   The     Carnegie
j hero fund commission at its quarterly
meeting today inude awards in dilter-
I ont parts of tile country for deeds of
heroism considered since the last.
mooting.   Tin, awards consisted ol if,
I bronze nnd silver medals, $14,0110 in
cash and annuities of $125,000 a
explosions nt the Lick branch mine of
I month, Tlie commission also appropriated a sum for Hie relief fund of relatives of the 17 Victims of the mine
I the consolidated Collieries al Switch
hack on Dec. 29, 1908, ami .Ian. 12,
1909.
Are you feeling languid and all run down   is it hard
for you to pull yourself together, and 'Joes cverv-
thing seem too much trouble for you? Are you feeling irritable and bad tempered? No wonder if ynu are.
The months of winter have trie.l you sorely and robbed
you of more vitality than your syste n has been able to replenish. You are in need of a good tonic wheh will revive you
.'nd bring back that old-time vicn and energy. PSYCHINliwilldothis.
Mr. James Stoliker, of Ridgctown, says:-"THERE IS LIFE IN liVERY DOSE.
: cannot speak too highly of PSYCHINE, for It is the greatest medicine I ever used.
i wns just about 'All in' when 1 began the treatment, and in 3 months I v us as well
is ever. It is a great tonic tor weak and rundown people. There seems tn bo new
ilu in every dose." You cannot do without PSYCHINE at this (inr of the year. It
,s a necessity and will banish that run-down feeling, languor, etc., and give you new
ifc. Send to DR. T. A. SI.OCUM, Limited, Spadinn Ave., Toronto,' lor a sample
o-duy,«or purchase a bottle from your m SYS3?W7S& * 15 IT^l U
icnl Druggists or Dealer. | WC^iicjnuumiii '^",."3^1 01
PSYCHINE Is sold everywhere at 50c.
ind $1.00 per battle.
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ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Hast Kootenay.
Take notlco thnt Percy Charles Coe
of Cranbrook, B.C., occupation shed
foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted 10 chains N of S.B. corner of
lot 4142, thence cast 40 chains, thonce
south 30 chains, thence wost 40 chains
thenco north 30 chains, to point of
commencement.
Percy Charles Coe, Locator.
.Inmes William Moore, Agent
Haled April Ili, 1909 19
Stock Quotations
WANTED.
I.I VIC    ROOKY    MOUNTAIN   (lOATrt
Live llccitiy Mountain Goats nre
/noted lor Zoological purposes, reunite to catch and export these nnl-
nals will In, iHslied hy tbe Provincial
iitlioritics.     nildrens:—
lilt.
('ROIL FRENCH,
Naturalist.
Washington, DO.
K0K SALE
I  DAY MARK) AND COLT.
i HAY MARRH, 2 and 4 years old.
1 CRAY MARR. 5 yonrs old.
These Iuu hwi are ull thoroughly
broke.
Wagon and harness, Ono Dog and
Hush I'low, nnd n largo number of
other farming utensils.
Will sell tho whole in one lot for
$000.00,   Apply to
D. BURTON,
Cranbrook, B.C.
NOTIOK.
Notice ls hereby given that I hove
loft   my   outstanding accounts with
M, A. Macdonald, of Harvey, McOsr-
ter & Macdonald, for collection.
19 JOHN BBZALL.
As Furnished
by
HKALR St RI.WRLL, Oranbrook, B.O
April 19th
1909.
Bid
Asked
Aurora   Consolidated smelters
.25
B. O. Amalgamated Coal .04)
.06
B. C. Copper
0.75
7.25
Canadian Marconi
1.50
1.75
Canadian (loldllelds
.05
.05
Canadian Northwest Oil
.30
.35
Consolidated Hmelters
77.00
85.00
Cranbrook Fire Brick
1.10
Diamond Coal
.50
.66
Diamond  Vnlc Coal
■121
•154
Dominion   Copper
.37
.S3
International  Coal
.65
.67
Nicola Coal Mines Ltd
.04
.04,
Nipiuslng
10.75
11.85
Nugget Oold Mines
.70
1.00
North Star
.(Wi
.1!
McUIUIvray Creek Ooal
.22
.25
Rambler Cariboo
,14|
.16,
Roynl Collieries
.80
.38
Society Uirl
.25
Sullivan
.OOJ
Western Oil (old)
1.70
1.85
Wolerii  till   (prof)
3.9S
4.00
Veteran War Scrip        OISO.OO
690.00
ron sale
(lows, dive., Pure tired ■ Berk-Mre
I'll1.',. tVg„ fnr Hotting, Pure Plymouth
Hock     Apply,   Wells.   Wntt.lmrg.
THE     PROSPECTOR     IS     UP-TO
DATE IN ITS JOB WORK. GIVE
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^^ Furniture, Carpets and Rugs. After invoicing the stock we
found it much larger than we anticipated. To reduce the stock
to a satisfactory point we decided to reduce prices, and judging by
the amount of business we have done in this department, we
believe  that OUR prices have been found very satisfactory.
Mr. Geo. Chapman has charge of this new department, which is located on the second floor formerly occupied by the tailoring department
and stock rooms. He will be glad to meet all his old friends. By courteous attention and thoroughly dependable goods at lowest prices, we
hope to make this department as popular in East Kootenay as are the
other departments in our big store.
If You Require Anything For Your Home, Such as:
Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Iron or Brass Beds,  Sideboards,   Buffets,
Lounges, Davenports, China or Music Cabinets, Morris
Chairs,   Rockers,   Easy Chairs, Dining Chairs,
Dining Tables, Writing   Desks, Rattan Goods,
Dressers,   Stands,  Wardrobes,  Carpets
Rugs  and  Mats.
It Will Pay You Well to Inspect our Stock  Before Buying.
Our stock of Leather Chairs and Lounges is very large and well assorted and
the prices make you feel like buying.
we have a quantity of Carpet Remnants and Fringe, from which we can make
mats at very low prices.
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lATl'K.iAY.    MAY
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District nt Bast Kootenay
Take notice that I, Eva Wood Cuae
of Newmarket, Ontario, married woman, intend to apply lor permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted So chains youth of the southeast
corner ol lot 434, group 1, Kootenay
District, thence north 40 chains,
thenco west 4u chains, thence south
40 Chains', thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement containing
160 acres more or less.
Eva Wood Cane,  Locator
Harry Melton, Agent
Dated April 16th. 1900. 18
FOR SALE AT THE CRANBROOK
DRUG ABD BOOK STORES
OOAL AND PETROLEUM NOTIOH),
Notice is hereby given that thirty
(30) days after the first publication
of this notice I intend to apply to
thc Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works fur the district of East Koot-
tenay fur a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on thc following
described iands : Situated east of and
adjoining J. W. Blakeley's location.
being the northwest corner of G. A.
Walther'a location, thence east 80
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west SO chains, thence north So
chains to the place of beginning containing 640 acres more or less.
(1. A. Walthers, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
NOTICE
Take notice that we intend to apply
to the Superintendent ol Provincial
i Police after thirty days from the flrst
appearance of this notice, for a renewal of our licence to sell Intoxlcat
[Qg liquors at the Kails View Hotel,
Marysvilte, B. O.
Dated May 1st, A.D., 1909. 19-4
ALLAN A  i'UOWLEY
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that thirty
.flOi days after the tirst publication
of this notice 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenay for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands : Situated south of
and adjoining Ed. Hurtz's location,
commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner, being Caroline J.
Cunning's northeast corner post,
thence south Si) chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north SO chains,
thence east SO chains to thc place of
beginning containing 640 acres more
or less
Caroline  J. Cunning, Locator
John Gloyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. 18
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny
Take notice that I, George J. Hunter of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation hanker, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing nt a
post planted about three and a half
miles north oi tho International
boundary line and about one and a
hall miles north east of lot 7841 and
adjaceni on thc eastern boundary to
Henry 13. Hyde's and Henry Klvioro's
application, being the northwest corner adjacent Lo the south west eornor ol Arthur C. Kommls1 application, thence east. 80 chains, thenco
south sn chains, thence went 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, to tho
point ol commoncemont nnd contain'
Ing 640 acres more or less.
George .1. Hunter.  Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Loco-tod March 30th, 1900, 16
ORANBR < LAND DISTRICT
District ul Kootonay.
Take notice that I, Launcelot E.
Bolster ot Bturgeon Falls, Ontario,
occupation doctor, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of tho International boundary
line and about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 and adjaceni to thc northwest corner of
Henry K. Hyde's application, thence
south 80 chain,., thence west 80 chains
thence north mi chains, thence cast
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Launcelot   K.  Holster.  Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. L6
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootenay
Take notice ib.(( 1, Henry Ernest
Hyde ol Pinchi i i reok Alberta, oo
cupatton banker, intend to apply foi
permission to purchase the following
doscribed lands, commencing at a
p0B| planted abo tl 3 miles north i.i
thc international boundary line and
about one mile north of tbe northern
boundary of lot 784] and about a
quarter of a mile east of the east
hank of Sage Creek, in the Flathead
valley, being the northwest corner
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west «n chains, ami
thence north 80 chains to the point
Of commencement, and containing
640 acres more or less.
George W.  Kerr,  Agent
Henry   Ernest Hyde,   Locator.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
(30) days after the tirst publication
of this notice I intend to npply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands aud
Works for the district of East Koot-
tenay for a license tu prospect for
coal and petroleum on the following
described lands, situated on Akamina
Brook, west of and adjoining the
southeast B. C, Laud and Oil Co.'s
lands, block 4593 Southeast Kootenay. Commencing at a post planted
near the trail near the forks of Akamina brook and Pass creek, being the
southeast corner of Ed. Kurtz location, thence west SO chains, theuee
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south SO chains to the place
of beginning, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Ed. Kurtz, Locator
John Gluyn, Agent.
Dated April 1st, 1909. U
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John Angus
Fergusson of Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing
at a post planted at the 8.W. corner
of lot No. 1113, thence west 20 chains
thence north 80 chains, thence cast
20 chains, thence south 8i) chains to
place of commencement, containing
ICO acres more or less.
John Angus FergUBSon,  Locator.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 27th, 1909.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that John Cannon of
Cranbrook, B. C, occupation check
er, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands ; Commencing at a post planted at N.E. corner of lot 853S, thence
east to S. E. corner of lot 1143,
thence south to north boundary of
lot 123, thence west to B.E, corner of
lot 8536, thence north to point of
commencement.
John Cannon. Locator.
Janus William Moore, Agent
Dated April 15, 1909 19
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice thai Henry Hector Lin
nell of Cranbrook. B.C . occupation
checker, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following des
bribed (amis : Commencing at r post
planted at the N K corner of lot
H42, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 30 chains, thence west 40 chains
thence north 30 chains to point ol
commencement.
Henry Hector Llnnell, Locator
James William Moore. Agent
Dated April 15,  I 109 L9
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice Ls hereby given that thirty
l30i  days after the tirst  publication
of this notice 1 intend to applj to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands am)
Works for the district ol Hast Koot
tenay tor a license to prospecl foi
coai and petroleum on the following
described lands Situated on Akamina
brook, east of and adjoining the
Southeast   11    C    Land   and   Oil   Co.'s
lauds, block 4,'.9^ Southoast Kooteu
ay     Commencing  at   a   post   planted
near   the   Wagon,   and   about   one   ball
mile east of said brook, being the
northeast corner ol J. W Blakeney's
location, thence south SO chains,
thence west $0 chains, thence north
30 chains, thence east 80 chains to
the place of beginning, containing 640
icres more or leas
J. W   Blakeaey, Locator
1 thn Gloyn, Agent-
Dated April 1st, 191 I 18
CERTIEIC.VTE OF THE REGISTRATION    OF    AN   EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
"Companies Act, lw.*7*'
1 HEREBY CEUT1EY that the
■Seippel Timber Company" has this
day been registered as an extra pro
vincial company under the "Companies Act 1897" to carry out or to affect all or any of tho objects oj the
Company to which the legislature of
British Columbia extends
The head office of thc company is
(situate at Stillwater, Minnesota.
The amount of the capital ol the
company is one hundred thousand
dollars, divided into one thousand
shares of one hundred dollars each
The head office of the company in
this province Is situate al the city of
Cranbrook, and Alexander B Mac
donald, Barrister-at law. whoso, address is Cranbrook, B.C . Is the at
torney (or the company Not em
powered  to issue and  transfer stock.
The time ol the existence of the
company bj thirty years from the
27th day of August,  1906
The Company is limited
Given under my hand and seal     ol
office at Victoria, Province ol British
Columbia,    this    Bis! da) ol March,
one thousand nine hundred and nine
(L.B.)    S.  V   WooTTON,
Registrar   ol   Joint   Stock   Companies
Tbe objoct for whleh tins company
has been established and registered
are
To do all kinds oi manufacturing
aud trading business, to purchase,
own, hold and dispose ol timber and
all the products dI timber, to carry
on and conduct a      general      logging,
lumbei Ing   and manufacturing  busln
os, to erect, buy and sell saw nulls,
shingle mills, planing nulls, and all
other mills and factories, to estab
lish. operate, buy and sell lumber
yards; to purchase, own, bold, manu
fact ure. sell and deal in any and all
kinds of goods and wares, merchandise and personal property of every
character and description; to own,
buy,    sell,    tease    and  improve  lands
u here ver     situate;     to   build,   equip,
CRANBRuoK   LAND
District
Bast
tena j
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice, that I, Alexander W.
Smith, of RoHsland, B. 0., occupation Hotelkeoper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, commencing at a
post planted about otic mile west of
the Flathead river und one mile north
of the Internationa) boundary line,
and west of lot 7339, being the south
east corner, thence north 80 chains ;
thence west K0 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing f)4u acres more or less.
Alexander W.  Smith, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located this 28th day of March,
1909. 1G
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that sixty dftys
after date 1, Ocorge Loyd, civil engineer, Cranbrook, intend making application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands a d Works,
for permission to purchase thc following described lands:
Commencing at a Post planted at
thc N. W. corner of Lot 1591 on the
East Hank of the Kootenay River,
thence east 13 chains more or less,
following the Northern Boundary of
Lot If. to u corner post ot Lot 8103,
thence north 20 chains, more or less,
following the west l.ounda.ry of Lot
8103 to bank of Kootenay River;
thence following Kootenay River in
(l South-Westerly direction to place
Of beginning, containing 20 acres
more or less.
GEORGES LOYD.
hated   February   19th,   1909. U
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny
Take notice thai t, DnVld Warnock
Of Pinchei Oreok, Alberta, veterinary
Hiirgeon, Intend to apply for permis
si'a, to purchase Lhe following    des
crlbed  land,., com .cine, at fl    pp»t
Planted al I  4 riIIm north of     the
International boundary and about, i
miles north of lot 7841, nnd[adjacent
to thfl northeast corner of George B.
Bolster's application, being tho south
fart corner" thenco west,80 chains
thence north ho chains, thence oast
80 chains, thence south 80 eholM to
tbo point of commencement and con
talnlng 640 acres more or Iohh.
David Warnock, Locator
QoorgO W.  Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, .•)«. 16
tinriM    THE   PROSPECTOR— THE
130 HONEEIl  PAPER OK  EAST
KOOTENAY.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenaj
Take notice that I, Arthur 0. Kern
mis of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation Barrister, intend to apply to
purchase the following described
lands, commencing at a post planted
about Z\ miles north of the Interna
tional boundary line and about 11
miles north east of lot 7841 and adjacent on the eastern boundary to
Henry Riviere and Frederick Porrlti'fl
applications, being the southwest corner, thence north 80 chains thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Arthur 0, Hernials, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent
Located   March 29th,  1909. U
Take notice that I, Thomas Edward
Murphy of Fort Steele Junction, occupation station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands Commencing at a post planted at the south
east corner of Wm. Tupper's pre-emption, No. 1074, thence north 40 chains
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the river, thence following the said
Moyie river down stream to the place
of commencement containing so acres
more or less.
Thomas  Edward   Murphy,   Locator
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 22nd. 1909. 18
land manage water Humes for thi
transportation of wood, lumber, timber and timber products, and lo do
ail such business as may bo Incidental thereto. 18 4
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenny.
lake notice that I, Mrs. MeFarlane
ot Cranbrook, occupation married
woman, intend to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted at the north east corner of
Cooper's preemption, thence west 10
chains, thence north 20 chains, thence
east to Moyie river, thence following
down stream to place of commencement.
Mrs. Sadie J. MeFarlane.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated April 3rd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District, of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Henry Riviere
of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation
rancher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing at a post
planted about three miles north of
the International boundary line and
about one mite north Lif lot 7841 and
adjacent to the northwest corner of
Henry E. Hyde's application, being
the southwest corner, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the point of commencement, and
containing 640 acres more or less.
Henry Riviere,  Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. 1(1
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, George B. Bolster of Pincher Creek, Alberta, occupation horse dealer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands, commencing
at a post planted about three miles
north of the International boundary
line and about one mile north of the
northern boundary of lot 7841 and adjacent to the north west corner of
Henry E. Hyde's location, being the
south east corner, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains, and then south 80
chains to the point of commencement, and containing (i40 acres
more or less.
George B. Bolster, Locator.
George W. Kerr, Agent.
Located March 29th. 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTRICT
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
Take notice thut I, George A. Jam-
ies0n, of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation, undertaker, intend to apply for
permission t0 purchase the following
described lands; Commencing ut a
post planted at the N. W. comer of
lot No. G424, thence east, 40 ohains ;
thence north 20 chains, thence west
Hi chains, thence south 20 chains to
place of commencement, containing
80 ncres.
George Alexander Jamleson,
Mnvch 16, 19M. 12
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
1 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to upply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted 200 feet
north of the southeast corner of lot
1663, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chaina, thonco south 80 ehnins
thence west 80 chains, to the place of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
S. J. Cotton, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister. Witness
Dated April Sth, 1904. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay
Take notice that I. Frederick Por
ritt oi Bnrrie, Ontario, occupation
gentleman, Intend to apply for per
miHidan to purchnso the following doe
crlbed lands, commencing at n post
planted about four miles north of the
International boundary line and about
2 tnllet, north of lot 7841 and adjacent
to the northwest corner of Henry Re
viot'O'P application, lining the SOUtl)
west corner, thenco north 80 chains,
thot.ee cast 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing (140 acres more or less.
Frederick Porrltt, Locator.
George W. Knrr, Agent.
Located March 29th, 1909. 16
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Thomas William
Leask, occupation, mill owner, intend
tn   apply   for   permission   to   purchase
one hundred and BUty acres ol land,
bounded as follows
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast comer ot Lol 8485, and
thence west 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thenco north 40 chains.
Thos.  W.   Leask.  Locator
■IL Melton, Agent,
Datod April 2nd. 1409
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, alter thirty days from the
first appearance nl tills notice, for a
renewal of my license to soil intoxi
eating liquors, under Lhe provisions
of thc statu ten In that behalf, in tho
promises described uh the Wattsburg
hotel, at Wattsburg,  B.C
|r    W    KELSALL
Dated   Vprll 28th,  1900 Is
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Wank Watts
nf Waitsbnic, D.C.i occupation lumberman, intends to apply lot permission to purchnso (he following doscrlbod landa
OommooclnR at a post planted at
tho North BJast corner of Lot 5244;
thence South SO ehnins, thence East
20 chains, thence North 80 chains,
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 ncres
more or less,
FRANK WATTR.
Bated March 17th, 1909. 12
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
2 Notice Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a lic-
enco to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted one mile
west of John Anderson's northwest
corner post, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thonuc east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains to tho
place of commencement, containing
640 ncres. mom or leas.
C. A. Barton, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sum MoABster, Witness.
Dated April 7tllt  1909. 17
OOAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
!. Notice is hereby given that 30
days after data I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence) to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted at or near
the southeast corner of Mrs. Livingstone's claim, thenco nast 80 chains,
thenco south kit chains, thonce west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
t.lie place ol commencement, containing (.40 acres, more or less.
William Anderson, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent
Sum McAliHter, Witness.
Dated,  April 8th,  1909. 17
COAL   AM»   PETROLEUM NOTICE
."> Notice is hereby given thut 30
days after date. I intend to apply to
tin- Honourable, the < hlel Commls
sioner of Lands aud Works, for a lie
enco. to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting at a post planted at or neat
tbe northeast comer ol thc BatlBO
Lamereux claim, thence enst 80
chains, theuee south SO ehnins, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to the place ol commencement, cow*
talnlng 040 acres, more or less.
C   bl, Kunsch, Locator
John Anderson. Agent
Sam  McAlister,  Witness,
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
coal   AND   PETROLEUM NOTIOB,
6 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Hum.arable, the Chief Commls
sioner of Lauds a ml Works, for a lie
enco to prospecl tor coal and petrol
eum on the following described lands
Starting al a post planted at or
near the northeast corner of the Neil
MoQuarrlo claim, thence north 80
chains, thonco oast B0 chains,  thence
south SO chains, thence west B0 chains
tn the place ol commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Susan Bows, Locator
John Anderson. Agent
Sam McAlister,  Witness.
Dated   (Vprll 9th,  1909. 17
COAL    VND   PHTROLBUM Notice.
7 Notice is hereby given that 30
days alter date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works, for a licence to prospect lor coal and petrol
eum on tbe following described lands:
Stannic at a post planted at. the
southeast coiner ot the M. A, Macdonald claim, theuee south 80 chains,
Ihenee west SO chains, thence north
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
the place of commencement, contain
ing 640 acres more or less.
Elisabeth  McKachine, Locator.
Sam  McAlister.  Witness.
Dated April 9th,  1909, 17
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTIOK.
8 Notice is hereby ejven that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable, tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a lie
ence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted one mile
east of lrvin Anderson's northeast
corner post, thence north 80 chains,
thence west so chains, thence south
So ehnins, thence east 80 chains to
the place of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
M. A. Macdonald, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister. Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
9 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted at the
southeast corner of the M. A. Mac
donald claim, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
the place of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Johanna Anderson   Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
10 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted at or near
one mile east of the northeast corner
post on the lrvin Anderson claim,
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Mary Ann Good, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Dated April 9th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
11 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after dnte I Intend to upply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted nt or
near the northeast corner of the Eliza Good claim, thence north 80
chains, thence east. 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to the place of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Sam McAlister, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Charles Phllllppfl, Witness.
Dated March 24th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
12 Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to npply to
the Honourable, the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works, for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands:
Starting at a post planted at or near
the northeast corner of the Eliza
Good claim, thence south 80 chains,
thence oast 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
John Eccles, Locator.
John Anderson, Agent
Charles Phillips, Witness
Dated March 24th, 1909. 17
(•HAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
1 Notice is hereby given that :tti
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable, the chief CommlB-
BlonOf of Lauds and Works, for a lie
ence to prospect fnr e.oal and petrol
(Mini on the following described lands
Start Ing at. a post planted near the
northeast corner of thn BatlBO Lamer-
eiix elnlm, thence north 80 chains,
thence east, 80 chains, thonce south 80
chains, thonce west 80 chains to the
place of commencement, containing
640 acres, morn or less.
Willinm Good, Locator
John Anderson, Agent
Sam McAlister, Witness.
Doted April 9th, 1909. V
OOAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Knoteimy.
Notlco is hereby given that 20
days from date hereof I intend to upply to the chirr Commissioner of
Landa and Works and tbe Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands on Klshcneh-na Creek In the
Klutheud Valley : Commencing at a
post planted nt the south eust corner
about one fourth of a mile east of the
junction of Kish-o-noh nn Creek with
Akamhm Creek on the western bona
dnry of Edward Kurtz's location, be
ing'the Initial post, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement, nnd containing 640 ncres, more or less,
Percy Dunkerley, Locator
James Fisher, Agent.
Located April 2nd, 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay.
Take notice (bat   1,    Waller      Itruce
MeFarlane ot Cranbrook, occupal ion
merchant, intend to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following des
crlbed lands    Commencing at a post
planted at the southeast cornel id
lot 8435, ihenee south 70 chains,
thence eust :>a chains, theme north :to
ehnins, thence east DO chains, theuee
north tn chains, thence west 40 chains
to place of commencement.
Walter Bruce MeFarlane,
Dated April 3rd. 1909. 17
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District  of East   Kootenay.
Take untie, tlmt I, Harry Mcintosh
ol Halcyon, B. C, occupation Hotel
keeper, intend to apply (or permis
sion to purchase the following des
crlbed lands : Commencing at a post
planted at about one mile west of
the Flathead river and one mile north
of the International boundary line,
and west of lot TA'M, being the north
eust eornor, thence south 80 chains,
thenco west 80 chains, theuee north
K0 chains, thence eust 80 chains to
the point of commencement aud containing 1140 acres more or less.
Hurry Mcintosh. Locator
George W. Kerr, Agent
Located March 38th. 1909. 17
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ot Kast Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Thomas Edward Murphy, occupation station
agent, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands : Commencing at a post planted on the north hank of the Moyie
river, opposite the N. E. corner of
lot No. 8745, thence north 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the Moyie river, thence following the
meandering of the Moyie river to
place of beginning, containing so
ncres more or less.
Thomas Edward Murphy.
H. Melton,  Agent.
Dated April 2lst, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days from date hereof I intend to ap
ply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of Eust Kootenny for
n licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands on Kish-e-neh-nu Creek in the
Flathead Vnlley; Commencing nt a
post planted ut the northeast corner
being the initial post, adjacent to the
northwest corner of Graham Cruickshank's location, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east. B0 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
James Buchanan, Locator
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27*. IW9. 17
NOTICE.
Take notice that I  intend  to apply
to il
• Siipc-iiiiic-iiiliiiii    ol provincial
police
. after thirty days Ironi the flrst
niiuoi
ranee ol this notice, [ur u re
111 IVll
„f my licence to sell Intoxlcat?
111 K   1
iliiiii-K, under .the provisions    of
III,'   R
tuliiti's  In  tlmt   behalf,   in the
pi','11,1
108 described  as   tin-     huperia'
tlntc
, Fori Btoclei B. 0.
UKN W. WHBDBrl,
II.iir,
April  2K.   Ilflj',1.                        18-1
NII'lirK
Take notice thut 1 intend to upply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, after thirty days from the Hrst
appearance of this notice for a renewal of my license to sell intoxicating liquors, under the provisions of
the statutes iu thut neliulf, in the
premises described ns tbe Royal hotel
Maryavlllo, it. 0
H.  L.  SAWYER.
Dated April 28, A.D., 1909. 18-4
NOTICE.
Take notice thut I intend to upply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, ufter thirty days from the
tirst appearance of this notice, for a
renewal of my license to sell intoxicating liquors at the Wycliffc Hotel,
Wyolfite, B, c.
Dated  April 22nd,  A.D., 1909.     17-4
WILLIAM ll. BRADFORD.
NOTICE.
Take notice, that 1 intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police after thirty days from the publication of this notice for a renewal
of my license to sell intoxicating liquors by retail on the premises
known as the Windsor Hotel, Fort
Steele,  B. 0.
H.   S.  MATHER.
Dated Fort  Steele, May 1st, 1909.    18
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police after thirty days from the pub
lication of this notice for a renewal
of my license to sell intoxicating liquors by retail on thc premises
known as the Wasa Hotel, Wasa, B.
0.
NILS  HANSON.
Dated Wasa. May 1st, 1909 18
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
No. I Notice is hereby given that -.0
days from date hereof I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and thc Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands, Commencing at a post plnnted
about one half mile north of the
western boundary of Henry E. Dodge
location, being the initial poet north
west corner, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the western
boundary of James Buchanan's location, thence north 80 chains, thence
wett 80 dfaains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 ncres
more or less.
James Sutherland Ohiaholm Fraser
Locator.
Located, April 1st, 1909. 17
George W.  Kerr,  Agent.
No. 2 Commencing nt a post planted at the north east corner, being the
initial post adjacent to the north
west corner of J. 8. C. Fraser's location, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
Norman 8. Eraser, Locator.
George W. Kerr,   Agent.
Located April 1st, 1909.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.    -
Notice is hereby given thnt 30
days from date hereof I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands und Works
for the District of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and pet
roleum on the following described
lands on Kish-o-neh-m. Creek lu the
Flathead Valley : Commencing at a
post at the northeast corner, being
thc initial post adjacent to the smith
east corner of Percy Dunkerley's claim
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to the eastern boundary of
Graham Cruickshank's locution, and
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Arthur N. Skill, Locator
Jumes Fisher, Agont.
Located April 2nd, 1909. 17
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, after thirty days from the
tirst appearance of this notice, for a
license to sell intoxicating liquors,
undor tho provisions of the statutes
in that behalf, in the premises described as the Belleview Hotel! at
Wardner, B. 0., to commence on the
first dav of July, A. D., 1909.
FRANCIS E.   RANSOME.
Dated April 22nd. A.D.. 1909.     17-4
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, George Welch of
Cranbrook j occupation railway conductor, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described land: Commencing at u post
planted at the southeast corner of
lot 7929, thence west 40 chains, then
north to the Whitney pre-emption,
thence east 40 chains, thence south
10 chains to place of commencement,
containing 160 acres more or less.
George Welch, Locator
Dated April 24, 1909. 18
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that. 'An
days from date hereof I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenay for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
lands on Kish-e-neh-na Creek in the
Flathead Valley : Commencing at a
post planted at the south east corner, being thc initial post, adjacent
to the northwest corner of Graham
Cruickshank's locution, thence north
80 chains, thence west. 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence oast
80 chains, to point of commencement,
and containing 040 acres more or lean.
Jumes Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27th, 1909. 17
Henry Edmund Dodge, Locator
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootenny.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30
days from date hereof I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works and the Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for the District of East Kootenny for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following doscrlbod
lands on Klsheneh-na Creek in the
Flathead Valley : Commencing at u
post planted on the east bank of
Turnbull creek, a small creek flowing
northerly Into Klshe-noh-na creek
about two miles west of Edward
Kurtz's location, being the Initial
post northwest corner, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, and
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
Oraham Cruickshank, Locator.
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27th, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District of East Kootonay.
Notice is hereby given that U0
days from date hereof 1 intend to upply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works and the Assistant
Commissioner or Lands and Works
for the District of Eust Kootenny for
a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described
! lands situated on Pass ('reek Flathead Valley South East Kootenay,
It. c, commencing at a post planted
at. about one und a half miles cast of
the point where Puss Croek enters into Akamina Creek, being the south
wost corner adjacent to the south
eust. corner of N. Wbeulden's claim.
Initial post. Thence north 80 ehnins,
thence east 80 chains, thonce south 80
chains, thence west 80 ehnins to the
point, of commencement und containing 640 ncres, more or less.
Fred W. Conwny, Locator,
George W, Kerr, Agent.
Located April 2nd, 1909. 17
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
District, of East Kootenny.
Notice is hereby given thut 30
days from date hereof f intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works and tho Assistant
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for tho District of Mast Kootonay tor
a licence to prospect for coal and pet
roleum on the following described
lands on Kish-e neh tin Oreok In the
Flathead Valley: Commencing at a
post planted at the south west corner being the initial post, adjacent
to the northwest corner of Graham
Cruickshank's location, thenco north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, and
thonce south 80 chains, thence west
80 ehnins to the point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Robert Holden Btewurt, Locator
James Fisher, Agent.
Located March 27tb, 1909. 17 Tllli PBO8PB0TOR.   CIUNBROOK,   *■   TV   **TIR|,AT.   mat   v   run
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Indigestion
Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of, nd nol
ki Itself a true disease. We tliink of D/ipeplU,
Heartburn, ana Indigestion a* real dlseawc, yet
thoy »rrf symptoms only of a cartaln iptciflc
Hi-rve sickness—nothing else.
It was tbis fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoop
In thu creation of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy—Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Golni direct
to the stomach nerves, alone brought that success
and favor to Dr. Shoop and his Restorative. With*
out that original and highly vital principle, no
such lasting accomplishments were ever to be had.
For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad
brent li and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop'l
Restorative—Tablets or Llauid—and sea for yourself what it can and will do. We sail aad enter-
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The popularity of our Btock which
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All kinds cif Second Hand Goods
K Hum ii S  EOIA.I TY
RI'YEK OF FURS
Sttge's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
Plmrit SKI
SSTABLl&UBU    lit,:,
A. B. Grace,
I'UBtalSHEK   AMI   EDITOU,
I0VRII Helps V6U lo Eat      (HSljC |lrO0^a*t<lt%
Because it contains all the
fttimulating properties of
heef in a concentruted form.
Thii. excites the (tppetite^uid
makes you hungry.
BOVRIL Feeds You
Because it contains all the
Albumen and Fibrin of the
beef. These are the vital
nourishing properties which
make HOVRIL differ so essentially from all other pre-
Imitations of meat.
Take
BOVRIL
0* not «c»#f tubitilalti. l*i
"Cherry-Blossom."
TUB JAPANI'-Sli UIVI: CilHIII I.XA.MPl.fJ.
It is a proverb oi Cherry Blossom
I.siul tlmt ii lii'ultliy Btoiiuicli is llm
basin of all strength. Uouc.1 nature ia
also recogni/.od as ol great Importance,
The Japanese as a pooplc are rcmark-
able for their health, ei.dura.nM, pa-
tiencu and skill.
The cherri- tree Is tho most highly
prized of nil in Japan, ll not only
gives forth a beautiful blossom but tbo
wild cherry tree ftirnishrs a barli which
il most highly prized in medicine.
Wild Cherry
(Prumis Wty/fiifnna).
Tho United
States Dis-
pkxsatory,
which is nu
, says of iho
: Cherrybtirk:
o power iho
irritation mul
..soil ability.
authority on mediciiv
properties of this illi
"Uniting   with   ii   t>,
Sroperty of onhuhig
ittiinisiiing nervous
Adapted to the treatment of disoiiHoa
in which there Is debility of the stomach or of the system." Another authority, Kiso's'Amkiiicas Dispexsv-
TORY says, "il gives tone and strength
to the system, ns,•iul iu (ever, congh,
and found exocllent In consumption."
This Ingredient is only one of several
very Important native, medicinal r,,"ts
in Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery. This is a remedy which has enjoyed the public approval for nearly
forty years, nothing new or untried
about It, hus curd thousands ,,i people
of those chronic, weakening diseases
which are accompanied by a cough,
such as bronchitis and incipient consumption. More lliuii tlmt, by reason
of the other ingredient!, Bioodroot,
Mandrake, Golden Seal, and Qneen'i
root, all of the medicinal virtues nl
whioh are sclentllically extracted nnd
combined in Dr. Plorco's Golden Medical Discovery, remarkable cures ol
dyspepsia und stomach disorders hava
been accomplished.
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce
discovered that chemically pure glycerine of proper strength is a better
solvent and preservative of the active
medicinal principles residing in iimstnf
our indigenous or native medicinal
plants than is alcohol, As its use is
entirely unobjectionable, while alcohol
is well known when used even ia
small portions, for a protracted period,
to do lasting injury to the human system, especially ill the case of delicate
women and children, be decided to
use chemically pure glycerine instead
of the usunllv employed alcohol in
the preparation of his medicines.
Ilu found that the glycerine, beside!
being entirely harmless, possesses intrinsic medicinal properties of great
value. Its nutritive properties, Dr.
Pierce believes, far surpass those of
cod liver oil, entitling it to favorable
consideration in all cases of incipient
consumption and other wasting diseases.
It is an invigorating, tonic alterative
and owes its virtues to Nature's vegetable garden. Dr. Pierce is only the
j ' i scientific gar-
Nature's Garden,   doner   who
I I knows how to
combine the plants given us by Nature
to cure our diseases. This preparation is of pleasant taste, agrees perfectly with rebellious and sensitive
stomachs, and is extremely effective in
restoring tone and vigor to the entire
system. Itcnres inflammatory troubles
of the stomach us well as indigestion
and dyspepsia arising from weak
stomach. One reason why it restores
the health of run-down, pale and emaciated people is because it tirst throws
out the poisons from the blood through
the liver and kidneys. It then begins
its reconstructive work In building up
flesh by tirst making good, rich, red
blood.
Tbo "Golden Medical Discovery" it
made in a lurne laboratory, thoroughly
equipped with every scientific appliance,
at lliilfalu, N. Y." Ojiulilied chemist!
are in charge of the laboratory, with
nearly a sere oi skilled physicians and
surgeons employed to scrutinise, determine and proscribe these remedies and
other means nl cure as seem best suited
to many flniusnnds nf onses of chronic)
diseases which cine before them lor
treatment each year. It costs ynu troth,
ing to write to Dr. R, V. Pierce—the
head ol this Institution, nt Buffalo, N,
Y. and gel an accurate medical opinion
in your sp. Jial case and wholly without
eJkarof.
$5.00 CASH
AND
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SIMPLE ^STRONG
THE PARMER'S CLUB.
1 Why should not each rural neighborhood have Its (Parmer'a Club? All
that is necessary is. for some leading
spirit in the community to call together     the     fanners uml lay before
< them u simple plan of organisation.
i There should be a few officers BUCh us
a president, vice president, a secretary •Treasurer, and an executive com-
mittcc ol three to live members. It is
not even necessary at the beginning
to have a constitution and a set of
: bylaws, although litter ou a special
committee might bo appointed for the
purpose uf drafting a lew simple rules
OS n guide to tlie club. Meetings
\ should be held ut least once in two
; weeks, except in the very busiest seasons, when, perhaps, a monthly meet'
< uu; would suffice.
j The object ol the furmer's club is
i primarily educational, Tbe executive
committee, of which the otliccrH are
cx-olllcio members, should meet im-
i mediately alter uppointment, and
. work out u program tor several mcct-
\ ings in advance. This program
j should include papers uud practical
, talks on subjects in which the farmers of thc neighborhood arc particularly Interested. If the organisation
is in a fruit district, the subjects for
discussion might be, for example,
"The best methods of spraying,"
"The vulue of cover crops," "Use of
Commercial fertilisers in the orchard
and Vineyard," etc. Or if in a live
stock district, tbe subjects might be
"Thc best methods of breeding, rearing und feeding export cattle,"
"Sheep raising for profit," "Hearing
und feeding swine," etc. If in a dairy
district, topics of special interest to
farmers handling milk products and
managing herds of dairy cows will
suggest themselves.
The important part to keep in mind
in starting u farmer's club is to llll
before the meeting, with several mem-
make it his business to communicate
the program for the first few months
with subjects that are easy to discuss
and so practical iu their nature that
nearly every member of the c,ub will
take part in tbe discussion, Someone
should be selected, who will give, in
a brief paper or talk, the results of
hits experience as the basis for the
general discussion which should always follow. The secretary should
hers of the club and ask them to
come prepared to take part in the
discussion, and if necessary, assign
to them certain topics for special con
sideration. A good live secretary will
make each of the meetings interesting
and profitable. The interchange of
opinions among the farmers in any
neighborhood cannot help but be useful, instructive and stimulating.
A secondary purpose of the farmer's
club is its social opportunities. The
coming together of tbe men of a sin
gle neighborhood for purposes of t
friendly discussion will do a great
deal toward increasing the intimacy
and sociability of all concerned, The
meetings should be conducted on parliamentary lines, and should be
managed that the members will observe all the courtesies of debate and
will learn the simple rules of order
that are observed in all public gatherings where important business is
transacted. The tendency of many
farmers is to be oon-communlcative.
A club, organised on the lines suggested, helps its members to develop
their abilities as speakers, and to overcome their native indifference in ex-'
pressing their views or relating their
experience when any topic is under
discussion to which thcy can contribute valuable material.
As the farmer's club gradually getB
into working shape its field of operation will rapidly extend, and many
topics of more general interest to
the people of the neighborhood will
find a place in the carefully thought
out program. Topics of a political
nature should be avoided. It should
be one of the rules of the club that
politics and religion are not to be
discussed. At one meeting a month
it is advisable, if possible, to have
an address on some general subject,
as, for example, "The improvement of
the public highways," Necessity for
tree planting," "The beautifying of
the school grounds," "Advantages of
encouraging games and other paBtlm-
among young people," or some
patriotic subject such as "Canada's
place in the empire," "The meaning
of the flag," "What Canada should
do in her own defence," "The work
of Canadian pioneers," etc. At these
monthly meetings there would naturally be less discussion, but more opportunity should be given for social
intercourse, and in many instances
farmer's wives and daughters are invited to attend and enjoy the privileges of the club. A number of such
clubs have been organised in different
parts of the country, and are proving powerful factors in stimulating
interest and pleasure among the people and are doing a great work in
disseminating useful Information, nnd
developing local talent.
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Anchor Brand Flour
is the power behind lhc cook; brings smiles and
gives each one the opportunity to 'make good.'
Manfd. by Lbitch Bros, Flotjs Mills Oak Lake, J
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
SUNT 0mcesEwamlM.SnSt,
AI.BO SECOND   HAND MACHINES
POR 8ALB   CHBAP AND TO
RENT.
GEO. P POWELL, Agent
Armitronr Annul,
Phone 10(1 Oretfcrook, B. O,
Current Comments.
Tuesday wns Arbor dny in Kootonay. A number ol trees were planted
in Cranbrook.
.  .  .  .
Those lions were like Dnvy Crock
ett's   coon.    They gave- right up in
despair when T. R. run his eye ulnng
the rifle barrel.
A day like Sunday last makes u
deep drain on tlie vitality ami buoyancy of the community. The ultimate
effect Is that of u tonic.
Don't lull to do your duty this week
in cleaning up your premises. Make
Cranbrook the cleanest city of tlio
Kootonays.
Keep your eyes on Murysville and
Kimberley. Word is oxpocted most
any day now as to what lhe plans ol
the Sullivan Company Will be for the
operation of its mines uml smelter.
....
Many rcsidonees. business houses,
and public buildings nre being erected
in Oranbrook this year. This is but
another indication ol the prosperity
ol the Capital city ol southeast. Knot
enay.
Mr. Qoodevc, M.I' in a recent
speech declared thoro was a feeling
abroad thnt when the people's Intor-
eot came in conllii'.t with corporations, the people did not receive lair
play.
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HARVEY,   McCARTER,
am,   MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solloltors,
CRANUROOK,   B.C,
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'! Dr. E. W. Connolly ♦
PHVSIOIAN ASH SttlWRON        ♦
tinii'o: Armstrong Ave.
Calgary  Cattle  Co.
Fresh   and Suited Mettts,
Fish and  Poultry in seuson.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST  ARRIVED
Orders by Mini will receivt prompt attention.
Order  by   Phone,  45,
VV.  I". GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.,
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
G. H   THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, uml
Notary l'ublic
Olllco—rtuld Buildings,
ORANBROOK, B.C.
ROUHS
ii I,, n ii.ni,  0 io i |, in   ; to * p.m.
I'lioiiii oilln,' los,   Uosldoiico Wit
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McVITTIE & PARKER
P.L.S. & C.E.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
RUTLEDGE,
MM.V..   VS..
Graduate    of     Ontario    Vutorlnory
Collogo, Toronto, iu 18118.
tirailuutouiul Modallsl of MoKlllipVol-
orinary Coilogo, Chicago, III., in 1000
Itoglstot'od      in,'inin.r     of      Hritish
Columbia   Assooiutltin.
ALL  CULLS  NICMT & DAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY S   LIVERY  BURN
CRANBROOK, B.C
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NORTH     STAR
HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.
B.C.
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H.   W.   DREW,   Propriotor.
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J. T. LAIDLAW,
Milling Engineer and
B.C, Land Surveyor,
CRANBROOK, tf.C.
I'.O  Box 2110. Phone SI.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet every Kliday at 8 p.m
Visiting   Brotiitii'B Cordially   Invited
V.   W.   Roves,   W. President
Wm.    Anderson,    Secretary.
Aorlo Physician, I'. O. Box 28,
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I Rocky Mountain Chapter |j
* NO.   126.   lt. A. M. I
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i      Uegulat' mooting*:—Iiml Tims-   £
a  day  iu  euoli   month   at eight  ?
5   o'clock. £
■t     Sojourning Companions   are  S;
\  cordially invited. t
j       H. L. KoTHWF.1.1,, Scrlbu li.   I
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ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 894:1
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd aad 4th
Thursday ot each month at 8 p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chief   Ranger.
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren mada welcomi.
1APLE LEAF REBEKAH LODGE
Meets every second and fourtri
Wednesday at new Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlng Rebekahs cordially Invited.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Stettin  Boilors and Purnuuc Wort
Specialty.
Cosl and Stock Estimates
Purnislied Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.
VV.   K.   BEATTY
U ncUirtiiker,
Miiiliillluer.
Piinenil Director,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
is the man who
ha j tried to ejert
the saiw wnk*
out of ton*
other imi*
"win*
Clean-LKjht.i
Guaranteed Wl--- r.-~
unci Sold r>KrywMra
Pound!
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(iii   Baker Sticet, one door west o
il   Mrssis.  Hill & Co,,  tlu-  only *
place   in   town   thai   ran   make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Rubber  Dollar   Store  f
('. W. VwW'iiKMKI
HANSON AVENUE
I'l.iiI'l.M.Tlii.
CttANBROOK, R.C.
the K<H.il things of the world. Hut
wIigii it come*, to receiving gracefully
,vlmt someone else wants to do for
us—we just don't know how. Or else
we—can't. And this is not because
we are proud and tine and virtuous.
It is just because we Inch tlie swept
ness, the consideration, the real gen
eroslty to recognise the other person's point of view.
Wc Buy Kvcivtlti.ij;
HORSES, STOVES, new  I  second  hnnd   FURNITURE,   CROCKERY   mul   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL wlini wc liiivu in stock ut  prices that
will surprise you.    A visit to tlio Dollar store will eon
vince you ilial  wo have lhe goods, and can save you      X
Ilfty percent on any goods purchased. - ■ ♦
We Buy and Sell For Cash ♦
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Congratulations    to    the
Holland    uiul    Dutchmen
nre in order.   The birth ol
Mrs. F. E.Simpson, NobleCrand    , , > the throno Iiuk lortg boon Imped for..
Ada M. Hickenbotham, Secretary    , >' nnd it really began t,» .seem ns ii one
1............... ♦ ! was nnlilccily to occur. Hut now that
********************** tbe  Interesting    event bust happened
A large number   ol    Oranbrookltca t1'"'" is r",,s"" ''"',s"'',"" 1inLth"! ST|
took advantage ot the beautiful wen-' »'""»E uueen nmy lie th,, Imp y ... tl. ,
ther Sunday Lt and aaught reerea- ?r "  " '"!"">   ,shl   9,"ot,Ie   ,w™
tlon in walking or driving over    the i »f»ll,e;  nl'h""^ *"." ","S„ T'viil,"e
prairie, or picnicing in    the    •hadylrl°'1 ".ver eight yeur,.   Queen Wllhel-
grovca of at. Joecph's Oreek. """", " 'l'„"p■"",""' S'„"T"',. n!
Iiinuly nettleil in Hie Netlierlumls     in
14(14.   nur    own    liing William, win,
reigned     conjointly    with his Queen
sslGEO. R. LEASK & CO.
....
The attention of Hon. Mr. Leniieui
hus been called to conditions existing in the Crow's Neet, owing to the
coal strike. Mr. Leniieux sulci that
he expected a board of conciliation
would be named, and there would not
be any necessity of prosecuting thoHii
who detleil the luw.
Answering u question regarding reciprocity between Canada nnil tho
United States air William Vim Homo
said: "I estimate there nre only
about HJ per cent, of fools tn Canada
und so long ns tlmt percentage doee
not increase, we ure In no danger of
reciprocity or such reciprocity as
would throw down all customs harriers."
The stntement that the Dominion
government realises the Importance
of taking steps tn protect, effectively
mu deep hcii tlsherles from foreign
poachers will he heard with satisfur-
tlon. It is to ho hopod thut no un
neeesHiiry delay will occur in increas
Ing the number of cruisers. Nearly :t
years ago it was stated thnt another
vessel wns to be built, but so (ur on
ly one is in commission and she l«
not Of speed and capacity sufficient
t,, iilfiird tho protection that Is neces
wiry il our fisheries are t.„ he depleted by foreigners.
•   •  •
Tn do somoono else a kindness is
one of thc easiest things ln tllo world.
And by tho same token we are set
lew tnsks harder than tho simple acceptance ol a favor. We may all of
us live of our store nf tk»m'ht  »•>
Mary, wus n representative nl this
house. The kingdom ,,l tho Nether
hinds, ns It now exists, wus estab
lislied in 1815. lifter tho buttle Ol Wn
terlon. Wllhelmlna is the fourth *nv
ereign ot her house Her husband is
1'rinee Henry ,,f Mocklenbtirg-Schwer
in.   r,,l,mist.
ItKAIi THK IMluSI'F.lTtill.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Pill INK IM I'.O, 11'iN WIS
Plans. Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand.
RIFE   AUTOMATIC   HYDRAULIC   RAM.
Double acting rums pump spring water using impure water as powiM to operate
them. Runs continuously and automatically. Pumping capacity up to 1,000,060
Gallons per day. No wearing parts except valves. Highest efficiency ol an) engine
on thc market, From to to 00 per cent, developed under repeated tests.
Unequalled for IRRIGATION AND DOMESTIC purposes, over seVen thousand
in   use.
If yoj   are   interested  write to or see  H.   Y.   Parker. TUB Ml08rECT0H
iRANRHiKiK,   H    0.,   SATURDAY,   may
(■
■ Turn Sr.w. or Cf-utaintv "
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slater!
'    SHOE  1
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THE
SLATER
SHOES
: -i'i,,- Palm
Hi   Connolly w,,s
,,i MUlwiu  was in t,
Jaftrav yoster
I'liriiinliers, Lottuce, Spinach, Qroon
I inioni   ,i Stewart's today.
w   it   Whlmater ,,( Pernio was in
the city w,.,liies,la>
Fresh tainatoes „i Stewart's.
u   n   DeLong ol Pecnlo was In the
city Wednesday,
THERE are several makes of Slater shoes, but
The Slater Shoe we sell is the  Shoe   stumped|*f^"
with the Sign of the Slate.   The firm was estab
lished in 1869. and from a small beginning' the Z^^Im
factory has risen to the topmost rank in the out-  n;
put of shoes in the Canadian market.
.. - ] iney wm rortuic tn cue uiiiivp
IS this not a sure sign of sterling' worth and v„ ,:;, M,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,h,!,i,,,
merit?   A shoe that will wear, give satisfaction
, •, . j I enlist a hie, wns.
«nd comfort. Another point and an unro.tant      ^»-
Fresh Strawberries nt sir
Mi    mul  Mrs.  P   Lund of Wiir.lner.
wore Cranbrook visitors Wednesday,
Max McSweyn ni S'olsnn was in the
Wednesday
^^^^^^^^t^^ZZl^BM.rny wai
in town Wodnosdai       _^_^_^_^__
iii,. department wns ,ailed t,> a
lire    in n hom i Cranbrook
street  iVednesda)
\h   and Mis   John Uranll loll     on
■  . i,,i      si ivelj     .Un .  where
the) w III reside In the (uturo
left   -ii fhur da) I'll tenlx   where
ili-.v will re ilde
\    lamp ion ol I ei ■ k   n uroi incial
„,is in town Thursday   ,,u
* LOCAL    NEWS
Mi. Many Him.m n\ Plnclioi Crook,
is in town visiting friends.
Mrs. 8, i)   Watson of Kir.Inr, is vis
Itlng in town Uus week.
Mist.   Uiri/    spent pari ot Sunday
uml Monday in ffilko aud Penile,
James Joyce ol Mnyook upon) Bun
day lust in Oranbrook.
].  Qodbow nt Montreal) came Li
tin- iiyi-i Monday inornlna
ii the city
ol   Fori
i   wus    iii
The won ot laj lug out tlie touudu
lent  In the rity  ti
K.nl Orey's tern
con «■ n?ws to tin
from,
one to the purchaser, a standard price,  marked £S r'E^1'01 """"
on the sole of each shoe in the sign of the Slate
Reason these points over anct we only ask you ^:T£\
to call and see our stock ot:
THE SLATER SHOE
Every class leather every shape of foot
Pricas $5.00. $5.60. $6.00. $6.50. and $7. a pair
BURNS BROS
Thos FUleul, while attending the
lire at the school house, run a rusty
aail in liis loot, an,I is laid up lor u
•,■» days.
ll Eckstein ol Vancouver, B. K
Pease ol Hamilton anil It. B, Smith
il Calgary were guests at the Gran
brook Wednesday.
T. 1'iiilian ol Michel
Monday
T,    T   MoVlttlo,    I'.L.B.,
Steele was in town Monday
tl    11    Small ol  Van, i,liver
Hi,, nu Friday
Have you tried thuso crushoil unit
ice cream sodas ul Tho 1'alin.
li   Maophet i ,,i r.,1 an   „„.•■.     in
town Friday
Hanelwood loo Orentn nl  Stownrt's,
Mi   and Mrs   .1    rati  London
,-ero Cranbrook visltoi i  I ,
K .1 Roberts ami « t Uoberl - ol
Spokane, wen- tn town  i u, sday,
M I) Couch, tho I'inchoi i reck oil
ilng was in town  i um tin.
.lames Powers ol Wnlilo, a lumber
mail, was transacting business al
Cranbrook Friday.
hixcavation ol ihe basement »>i the
new school house commenced on Friday    IV   E  Wordon has tho contract,
J. W Ross, !•: W, Turner and W.
II. Wood nl Toronto were Cranbrook
visitors Thursday.
REFRIGERATORS
NOT too early to investigate these.
We want you to come in and see
our stork.     Ours are   scientifically
constructed,   and handsomely    lin-
islied.
REASONABLE PRICE $14 to $25
GARDEN HOSE
lOColatcH     fur
annot bo bht-
THE STORE OF FASHION
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. Pears of Calgary, representing
the Smith Premier Typewriter Com
pany, was transacting business in the
rity Wednesday
We solicit   your custom
(Jiir a Is'are nf ihu nuwivi   uml   Ikm. c.e«liri.«
uml our  |U'ii;i> nro   a- low   lis tliu lifts! i|iuiUt,v will iui*
niIt.    We luivi';i HiiitnliU-prf-.'iii for i.veryono. Kinrtlj
rail: wo uru nlwtiyt. ihuhpimI i n viniun-H uml lo show
mir silicic.
Graduate    Opticians
Of the   Toionto   Upthal-
iiintii: College,
REPAIRS
Stii
:tly
1110(1-
erate, cons
stant will
good
wnikiiiam.
lip.
IL
RAWORTH   BROS
C. P. R.   Inspectors Cranbrook,   B.C
Repeat it
         K.  Iv  Jones ,,1  Kiinlii'iley, a min-
.. inn innn wh,, is engaged in developing
u    -..,•! was in tm   ,, ,„-,,!„.,-, y ,,„     Huckleberry Hill v ns
,11 town Friday.
C. E. Tuit „l London, J. W. John-
'Shllota's  Cure  will  nl    -ton ol Vancouver and 0.  E.  Mai
coughs and colds "
UNDERTAKING
('.ills Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   No. 0
NMIilT PHONE  No. 23d
R. H. DWYER.
IiAinnral    Director   and   Km
bithniM*,  in charge,
if Lethbridge were registered at the
Cranbrook Friday.
W   A..Thompson of Calgary, J. E.
Districh o! (lault,  P.  W.  Smythe   of
Pembroke and L. Fleet of Nelson,
were guests at the Crnnbrook Thursday.
"Stewart's"     fine
purity and excellence 	
passed.
B. 0. Hampton of Toronto, and U.
H. Lees ot Hamilton were registered
at the Oranbrook Wednesday.
.). I). Bennett of Fernie, representing the Bcranton Correspondence
School wns in town on Thursday,
The city council held a regular
monthly meeting on Thursday evening.
Ohas. A. Close of Woodstock and
G. H. Scott of Toronto, were guests
at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
A. Carney, provincial timber inspector wus in Cranbrook Saturday
Inst on official business.
F. N. Norton, of Med ford, Wis., a
prominent lumberman of that city,
was at Cranbrook Monday.
McKenzie King admits that in order to preserve the standard which
Canadian industrial classes have
reached, restriction of immigration
from the orient is an absolute necessity.	
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
*KA A IX C C    1 lllllll      DDE-Art'
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P O Box 33
Phone 111
Nature Glorified
By Art.
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is ilie charm thai makes
nur Willi Papers so much
sought aftei by tliosp
wlin love ilu" truly beau-
I i'i'. ami w ho dulighl ia
hi ikiujc llturo  homes ut-
II m-livi". Wi; iiuii:,' il ,i
iminl ti, Imi-," ihe uuwest
nmi ni,,-: novel poltertis
Cull nnd Sen
B. H. SHORT
The Painter and
Decorator
Armstrong  Avenue
I i
STEWARTS
Tlie   I. cadillg  Fruit Store
I.KTTft'li;,J3CUClJiMUI''.llS,
lllll"'.t,'.N UNIONS. SPINACH
("UI.KIIY,  RHl/OtVKD.
II I/.KI.WOODIOKCIIKAM,
STEWART'S PINE
L'UOCOI.'.TKS
We can fit you out in proper sh ipe    -ever I _i., ..to
choose from.    We recommend "Armor Clad" or ".-hivie .
J. D. McBride
HARDWARE CRANBROOK,   b. C.
A
I Francis Edward
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II Corrison
.a. lliitiiliiiiisii-r Ci'iiiiiiriink t'ity Itatul
■*'\ t'lHiii'iintstiT Kmix I'ri'sl'vterliiii
•♦ | Chuvli
'*'   I.nl., Iliiinliiinsli'i' Min Mujesty's 1'nyri
11 W. Piislllers
TEACHER   OF
Violin, Tiniijo, Guitar, Mandolin
unci     Standard      Instruments.
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone »S3. CRANBROOK, B.C.
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ANCHOR MUD FLOUR
'lL<  At/rC      [lllllll        IDDITAI-t^
■^^nai
Illll
Repeat it   "Shlloh's Ouro will   ul-
wuys   cure   my   coughfl   and   colds."
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JPATMORE   BROS
♦ Heating   and   Plumbing |
Engineers ,
Gold Standard  leas
and Coffees   .    .
"i ,,ii will Iiml ..iti sincli ol I'.iu, i ninl Staple
I ,n,i erics i ninplflc in evert rcspci I : n trial
tirdei   \\ ill  rout in, r   \,,'i ur  arc  ilure  with
▼        i
OUR   AIM   I- In K'lvci il mfort-sunltot" tlin ftilk'nl m	
nf ,. •   ivlili  tliu  Ii'iikI   -i-iim" of n|,|iiiniin.   tlm mini tent In-
i,, „,., ,,.. ,n. ni tho lani.1 ,'x|i.'ii~,' nf fni.| unci ,,r liilmr, tvltli
I, limn n-uin ri'imliv, nnil n iltinilillit.v ■■■irnil I" Ilia lllo ,,f Ihu
,,„!:,|i,,,.       in       ivhll'jl       111.'       IlLMtttllK    Hi'StOlllH    111',"    IllBlllllt'll,
iii,,- s\ .i r   lltitttlnii in'','I   llicmj   roqiilt'einonln  uxucitly.
'n„.i n't-,! i Ii ■ iillli"luiii. Kllutit, rulinltl," norvutit uf tho hotiHO owticir
illi ii'ljiim-l wliiitil iinu. inn,',- iul' ll I I" uml llullltllfltlllOKB nt
iicuii.-liti'iI, an utiv ull,,',' intttot'liil I,...it'ir," ur ilui'iii'iciitin ,,f homo
I'I IONIC     \h
I CAMPBELL & MANNING
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IT  PAVH  Ti,  lm  Vur   ADVEcVClRINCI   IN TIIK  PttOSPBOTOIl.
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W. J. Feltham of Moyie, manager
of the Aurora mine, was transacting
business at Oranbrook Monday.
G. E. Gilroy of Toronto nnd H. T.
Wilton of Winnipeg were registered at
the Cranbrook Monday.
A. Lucas, of Kaslo, provincial assessor for the Kootenays, was in
town several days this week on official business.
Small fruits or vegetables between
fruit trees pay until the apple trees
begin to hear, in the Cranbrook district.
Mr. Thos. S. Beasley of Hamilton,
Ont., was in this city Friday on business and pleasure and called on hia
cousin, H. S. Garrett.
W. B. MeFarlane left, on Tuesday
on a business trip to Ontario and
other eastern provinces. He was accompanied by his daughter Grace.
Where was the lire alarm on Wed
nesday night. It is about time that
a lire alarm thnt can he heard, was
provided for Oranbrook.
The Eye Opener bus moved to Toronto. Now what will Toronto do
with Edwards, will he have his "oye
opened."
Dave Newell of Vancouver, was in
town Monday. During the week he
visited the silver-lead mines at Kim
berley.
A. It. Mncdougttll of Toronto, J- H
Hamilton of Montreal and J. H. Tra
gue of Winnipeg were registered at
the Oranbrook Tuesday.
The senior room of the public
school will be curried on iu the school
room of the Presbyter Ian church, he
ginning on Monday, May 10th, 09.
T. Anderson of Winnipeg, II. .1
Robertson of Vancouver. W. E, Hale
of New Westminster nnd A. H. De
Wolf of Bonner's Ferry, were guests
lit the Cranbrook Sunday last.
On Sunday last a large number of
the disciples of Isaak Walton, took
advantage of the beautiful weather,
and went tishing. Up to the present
time no big catches have been reported ,
The Oranbrook City Band gave an
open air concert on Monday evening
which was much appreciated. This
was the first of a weekly series which
will he given during the summer
months.
Oranbrook district is experiencing
the benefits of the growing time. Tbe
building returns, customs and nil
ither indications of progress point in
the right, direction, nnd the lacrosse
club is oxpocted to win every game
played this season.
The Oranbrook Brick und Tile Go.
has been incorporated with a limited
capital. The company has secured a
clay bed near the |,l//iinl ranch. A
carload of machinery wan on the
ground Saturday Inst, also n large
pile of bund made brick or a very
fair ,|iiii!ity.
Onptnln Holland, ol the Salvation
Army, leaves next week for Bnwnian
ville, Ontario, where she will visit
her mother and take a well onrnod
rest. Her farewell will he tomorrow
(Sunday) evening. As lieutenant she
has served the Army faithfully hero
for the past ton months and her
many friends will he glad to hear of
her promotion. She will return t
thc province about three months
hence, when she will be taking charge
of a corp at some station in the pro
vlnee. Her welcome smile and cheering words will bo much mlwsed by
the residents of.this city.
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sold only by
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
WRITE   FOR  DESCRIPTIVE  CATALOGUE.
Branch Store—413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C.
George  Welch,   Selling Agent, Cranbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all   Eastern   B.C.   Business.
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Tankage.
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PHOTOGRAPHER  AND
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D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
noVTRACTS S0U01TKD,
HOUSES
For   Hale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Olfice& Workshop—Lewis St.
Pbem No. 91.
'The Best in Town
For a Cool, Clean Shave,
or a Hair Cut, go to
Bullock&Webster
Tonsorial Artists
Cranbrook Street
OUR   BATH   ROOM   IS STRICTLY
UP-TO-DATE!
NBAR ROYAL HOTBL
	

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