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VOLUME 16
CRANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1910
NUMBER 35
HAS GOME!
HAS GONE!
Al. G. Barnes' Big Animal Circus.
ANIMAL PERfORMtRS
The Best Tent Exhibition Ever Seen
in the Kootenay Valley—A
Good, Clean Show.
The circus has come and gone, and
every person of the many thmisnud
who were in attendance, pronounce
it to be the very best circus that 1ms
beau seen in Southeast Kootenay, or
tbe Oranbrook district.
As a circus, it was out of the ordinary. It is strictly an animal
performance, the performers being
the animals, assisted by their train
•rs. The circus hns caused consul
arable aommeut here iu Craniirook
ami tbe district, and bas been n
matter nf Interest, and cnue thought
to th. int.lli5.nt public, as to the
extent and possibility of educating
wild animals, especially ihe ferocious
beasts of the African Jungles.
The Al. G. Barnes big three ringed
etrcus, is a distinctive credit to thc
owner, manager and trainers, it ls
one show, on the road, that depends
entirely upon1 trained animals, of
every description as Its performers.
It brings the wild animals of the
forest, th. ferocious animals of the
darr. continent, the African jungles,
before the people in a way that is night
Indicative of animal life in a state of
nativity, also in an educated state.
It also shows to what a condition,
mnn, by time and perseverance can
take these animals and educate thctn
so as to enlighten and amuse mankind.
Tho A!. 0. tauten oiroaxj tb a big
three.ringed show, the centre ring being a cage, of some forty feet ln
diameter, made of heavy iron bars,
affording absolute protection to tho
audience and being closed ih
in such a manner as to ensure
In ease ot trouble, or that one or
more of tbe animals should get beyond the control of its trainer, a
sure guarantee of safety to all.
Among the many features to be
seen ln in the Al. 0. Barnes circus,
Is the tour trick Arabian stallion
posies. This performance is a surprise and wonder to all.
Inside the cage, Miss Martha Fiorina, Introduces her specialties, which
Includes six Persian spotted leopards
And two South American panthers.
Seven Rocky Mountain acrobatic
coats perform stunts that make th ■
children laugh, and their ciders wonder as to the possibilities of training them animals, natives of the
Rockies.
The three Siamese elephants under
the management of Mr. T. Buckley,
perform stunts that arc particularly
pleasing to the women, and perform
tonaorial tricks that remind men of
how the barbers treat thorn when
undergoing a shave.
Four black and brown hears perform curious stunts under the direction of R. Thornton.
But one of the most wonderful   of
STAR BASE
BALL GAME
Cranbrook Defeats Moyie 7 to 3.
A  LARGE ATTENDANCE
£ xcellenl Work by Battery and thc
fielders Gives the Game to
Cranbrook.
Comedian   with     "The    Bohemian
Girl," at the Opera House tomorrow
front rank of hands In Canada.
The side shows, consist of the Ju-
hile Singers, Minstrel Maids, The
Merry Widow cottage, ot which all
bachelor's are warned to keep away
from, for widows are enticing; Pharaoh's Daughter, Monkey Land, and
reptile dens. Antl last of all the
Big h'Ht lady who weighs over 500
pounds.
In conclusion we will say that the
Al. 0. Harnes circus is the ciot-nost,
and most interesting circus which
has visited Cranbrook. Its management is particular as to the people engaged, aud no rough element,
| or easy money seekers are allowed
j to travel with the show, the public
I being protected from these people in
every possible way.
OIL FUEL FOR BATTLESHIPS.
San Francisco, Cal., June 13—The
advantage of oil as fuel have be. n
the suhjert of exhaustive inquiry nnd
experiment by British and American
experts.
An extensive oil inei estahll-.hi>wut
was fitted up near Portsmouth, I.ug-
land, and experiments carried cut
with various boilers, systems of tir-
ing and mechanical sto.te.-9, while
'further trials were made in htrh hat;
jtleships and destroyers. AcrMdlng
to the New York Herald's nnvnl correspondent, the great objection eaus-
I ocl by tlie dense volume of smoke
| which poured from the funnels of the
i vessels at previous trials, has been
;eliminntcd. "At present,M he writes,
"it may be said thnt with the consumption of liquid fuel   alone,   there
, is almost complete freedom Irom
the many exhibits is the performing , flame and smoke at tbc funnel, even
Sea Lions, Tom,     Dick nnd   Harry,   when tlie boilers are pressed"
who were captured ofl the Fnralone
Islands by Captain Stonewall, who
has educated them to such a deirreo,
that they ride horseback, play hall,
climb stairs and other interesting
stunts.
Again In the   centre cage     trainer
Hd.   Kelly     Introduces    seven    black
maned  South   African     lions,    wh
obey     every   command
also enters the cage of
; The importance of those experiments is obvious. If the oil can be
used without revealing the presence
of the vessels by smoke, the only objection to Its use hy hat tb ships has
been removed.   The   apparent    eron-
iomy of oil over coal is iini|iiest.ioned.
'It Is proven sixteen     tons of oil   is
{the equivalent of twenty tive tons of
Mr.  Kelly conl, tbut     It will convert au equal
Censer Wal-j amount of water    into steam, at   a
Uce" the untamable Hon, j saving of several    dollars     per ti
The trick mule Maud, and Dandy I ton for ton. The stokers' work
Boy, Romeo the laughing and talk- lightened, the heat in the stokehold
lng pony, all show a high state of jreducod, and uu avoidance of the
'education, dirt nnd   discomfort     when furnaces
Professor Patterson and his seven had to be fed. Moreover, the labor-
Russian Grizzly bears aro wonder- lous work of coaling ship would be
ful, and from their performance, one snrplantcd by thc far speedier and
would Imagine that tbey were in easier use of the hose and pump. The
training for a wrestling match with ease with which liquid fuel can he
•champion Gotch. transfered from one vessel to anoth-
Anctther wonderful feature consists er is essentially In favor of oil.
of tbcee lion cubs, which have been , 	
adopted toy a coach dog.      The fos-     E. Home,    of the   East Kootenny
ter mother ,and family enjoy the best   Lumber Co., of Jaffray,
•of health,, and the cubs seem perfect-   city Friday.
In tbe evening game at the Ball
grounds on Tuesday, the Cranbrook
nine defeated the Moyie team by a
score of 7 to 3.
Despite the one-sided score, the
game was fast and replete witb good
plays. Pitcher Lundherg allowed
no hits, and the entire nine played a
star game.
Tbe boys from Moyie put up a
fast game, but were out-played by
the home team. Puulin. catcher for
the visitors met witb a serious accident in the eighth inning, while
running to flrst he had the misfortune to dislocate his ankle, and had
to be carried from the ground. His
place was tilled, by Mater Crowe, of
the intermediate nine, during the
flrst half of the ninth.
Tbe game was a hot one until the
flrst of the fifth, when Brogow scored a run for Moyie. while Cranbrook
received a hat-lul of eggs.
It was in the last half of the sixth
when the aeroplane went up, and the
fireworks commenced. Neilson at
bat, sent a long drive to cat re,
which was promptly ,<athercl Iti I v
a close fisted player from Moyle.
Peterson swatted a single reaching
first, then McConaky got next to the
sphere for a single, and Peterson
trotted to second, Potter made a
base hit and tbe bases were filled,
with Lundherg at bat. "Luuty"
bunted, beating tbe hall to first, and
Peterson scored. With three men on
Jones grasped the wagon-
tongue and bunted to second, the
ball was fielded to home, but Paulln
did not connect, and lt passed away
beyond the back stop, letting in
four runs, even Jones completed the
diamond ln safety.
There was nothing doing for Moyie
i, the seventh, while Cranbrook negotiated two runs, then followed
another hatful of eggs Tor Moyie.
Following is the score by innings:
Cranbrook   0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0        7
Moyle  0 00010020    3
NOTES OF THE GAME
James Bates as umpire gave perfect satisfaction, not a single kick
being registered on any of his decision's.
Lundherg, pitched great hall, and
it seemed almost impossible for the
visitors to connect with his curves.
He struck out twelve men, and only
one man got his base on balls.
The Moyie pitcher struck out nine
men, walked two, allowed six base
hits, and one three bagger.
Lundherg Is a wonder, and is
about as good at fielding as he is
at twirling. He caught several
balls, and sent them to first putting
out runners.
Sullivan made a remarkable single
hand   eatch.      He also     swatted a
three bagger that    assisted     in getting in runs.
Jones played a star game and his
fortunate bunt in the sixth was good
for four runs.
As a whole, the home team played
excellent bail, were up on their toes,
attending strictly to business during
game by playing better ball than the
visitors.
which caused the raid. I have
wired tb* New York office for information and Instructions but at noon
had received no reply, I cannot understand tbe matter. 1 know Wilson
well and can hardly believe that he
could be a party to a swindling
scheme. But I am takting no chances.
I will receive no more money from
investors until the matter is straightened out."
Mr. Grant says there are about
400 investors in Manitoba, but this
does not represent the amount of
stock sold in the province. The total of shares is large. Payments are
made by cash or installments. On
April 10th last the stock was held at
something like $45.
Mr. Grant was plainly perturbed
over the raid and arrests, but protested that he knew nothing or the
company's inner workings than that
conveyed by tlie literature of the
concern, which is quite elaborate and
promises huge returns to investors.
There are a dozen or more sub-agencies in Manitoba.
Mr. Grant acknowledges tbat he
has done a profitable business selling
stock to Manitobansf He ls pam
on a commission basis. A number of
excited investors called on him this
morning, but secured little information from the management.
'This is going to hurt the wireless
telegraph business," Mr. Grant said,
"but I still have faith ln the United"
Probably a thousand shares of
United Wireless are held in Brandon
by prominent people,     bankers    nnd
FRATERNAL
Dedication of the New
Masonic Temple.
GRAND LODGE OF B. C.
Will Muld its Annual Convention June
2!i—A Urge Gathering ol Brethren Will Meet in Cranbrook.
The Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M.,
of British Columbia will hold its
annual convention in this city on
June 23rd.
un    Wednesday   and   Thursday   of
heavy loser.
LORD KITCHENER fiESIGNS
As Commander of the t oroos of the
Mediterranean.
business men,  who paid from $15 to   next week, we will see a large gattfe-
$42.50 a share.     Brandon     will be a ering of the Masonic fraternity irom
ull paits of tbe   province,     in Cran
brook.
Un    Wednesday,     the new Masonic
Temple will be dedicated in tbe most
formal manner,    according     to   thu
traditions of     the craft.    Most Worshipful Grand     Master, H.  N. Rich,
wai perioral  Ohe     ceremony.     There
will     be    a large   gathering of   tbe
London,  June 16.—Lord   Kitchener craft, Brethren irom all parts of the
has resigned command    of tbc Modi-  province will be here.     The Masonic
terranean division    to which he was Iratemity of    Cranbrook   comprising
appointed recently     after his return  three divisions   of   the order;   Cran-
from Australia via America. brook Lodge   No. 34;   Hocky    Monti
The Mediterranean   station embra-  tain Chapter, It. A. M., and Bel kirn
ees the command of troops in Egypt  Preceptory.
The resignation Is     attracting mere     'ihe ceremonies of
than usual Interest because of Theodore     Roosevelt's   Guildhall speech.
Minister of War Haldane announced
the resignation in the commons.
In the house of commons Rt. Hon
tbe dedication
oi the Temple will lie carried out by
Blue Lodge Masons, and the ancient
rites ami ceremonies of years gone
by, "The Days of King Solomon,"
the ancient founder ot the craft, will
Richard Haldane stated     that Lord   be followed as closely as possible.
Kitchner did not desire to take the
Mediterranean command,
In the house of lords, Lord Lut ns,
in connection with Lord Kitchener's
refusal of the command In the Mediterranean, said that so much benefit
to the Dominion forces was anticipated trom the     recent   visits of Lord
After the dedication of the Templi
and the work of the Grand Lodge
is completed, Cranbrook members
will give a reception to the visiting
biethren and their wives; at which
there will be a collation served, with
speeches, singing, and closing with
a dance.   The committee in cnarge ol
AlUA HEMNI ■
AIDA HEMMI
Prima Donna Soprano witb '-'The
Bohemian Girl," at tbe Opera House
tomorrow night.
MAY    RESIGN
Some months ago it was rumored
that Hon. Prank Oliver, minister of
interior, would resign before the next
election to accept an appointment to
tbe board of railway commissioners
of Canada. This rumor has been
revived and on reliuble authority lt
is stated that within the next three
months tbe change will take piace.
The minister of the interior is at
present enroute down the Mackenzie
river to Port McPherson within the
Artie circle from which point ne will
cross the divide into tbe Yukon, returning to the prairie province tn
August.
KARL GRRY   ARRIVES.
London, June 16.—His Excellency
Earl Grey, arrived at Bristol today.
National mourning prevented the Intended banquet which had been planned in his honor. The Canadian
governor general telegraphed the
Lord Mayor of Bristol as follows: "I
am gratified by the expression of
your kind desire, but am unable, as
representative of the crown in Canada, to take part in any public function until tbe end of June." The
civic reception will therefore be an
informal anair.
Kitchener to    Australia and General the reception are working faithfully
French to Canada     that, if ns a re- and a very pleasant time is assured
suit of tlie     next colonial conference to the visitors,
visits to dominions for the purpose Aside from the officers and mem
of inspection and advice on mrtitnry hers of the Grand Lodge, represen-
matters could be made moie or less tatives the Preceptory, or as coin-
systematically by an officer cf high monly called ''The Commandery,"
and distinguished military service, including the Grand Provincial Prior
tbe government believed lt would Right Eminent Sir Knight James
produce the most useful results. If Irvine, of Vancouver; and companies should be agreed to, the most ions of the Royal Arch; Including
appropriate officer to carry out this tbe Grand Provincial Superintendent
duty would be the commander in- Most Excellent Companion James F.
chief of the Mediterranean. Armstrong, of this city, and many
Lord Lansdowne remarked thnt he other prominent Masons will ba in
should imagine that nothing could attendance,
be more   unfortunate   than that the Expecting     a     large   number   of
Canadian and Australian governments should read of this proposal
for the flrst time in the public press.
Lord Lucas said he had >r.<ide a
qualification regarding Canada and
Australia, The governments of
countries would certainly be consulted before anything was decided on.
TliE BOBCMJAN ilKL
fo  be
Frasentea
House Si nday. June 19
Lovers of classical music will have
an opportunity such as never before
has been afforded here when the National Opera Company presents "The
Bohemian Girl," Knife's tuneful
Opera at the Opera House on Sunday,  June 19.      No opera     contains
Brethren to visit Cranbrook ou the
days above mentioned, the reception
committee have received oilers, from
members placing rooms at the dis
disposal of the committee.
The annual convention of the
Grand Lodge, this year, will be one
of the most important fraternal
gatherings ever held in the province.
The new Masonic Temple Is one of
the finest and     most modern     lodge
buildings in British  Columbia,    and
at   the   Opera  is said to be tbe best in the interior,
between Winnipeg  and  Vancouver.
"SO MOTE IT BE."
Dunsmuir Sale torn,! ted
UNITED WIRELESS HARD HI<
her sister Miss Galbraith,     of  Fort
few days    ln
ly contented with their adopted
mother. TJwy were born last weak
.•at Fernie, and are named Fernie,
'Oranbrook and Lethbridge.
Millie Barnes has an   exceptionally
■good turn, with Nero the riding Hon
also a mounted hear, dog and monkey.     How tho horses   havo become  Stoolo are spending a
so familiar with their natural enemy  city.
the lion,   also tbe bear,   nnd    allow 	
these snimnls on tbeir backs, In n Tbe Cosmopolitan Hotel Is under-
mystery that can only be solved hy going repairs and when thoy are-com-
the animals themselves, or possibly pletod it will be one of most up-to-
by their trainer. date hotels In the city.
We h"d the nbxiHiire ot listening to
the band of tho Al. O. Barnes circus, Fire Warden J. Benson is kept husy
when thev plived a selection from those days looking after small bush
"II Trovatore" and the rendition fires. Campers should see that all
of this operatic selection, which wob camp (ires are extinguished before
very     pleasing, places them     in the leaving camp.
Many Manitoba In.est rs in Wire
less Swindle
Winnipeg,    June 17.—The   dispatch
from New York that the United Wire-
was in   the 'etja Telegraph company had been declared by the United States government   inspectors     as   a    swindling
C. E.   Ayre and     wife, and   A. J. HChcmc has caused consternation    ln
Paterson of Elko wore     were ln the i1"'" cltv and other parts of the pro-, .
city Tuesday. vlnce, it ls estimated that over one iIts famous and  triumphant tour
  I million  dollars    worth  of     stock   Is'the cities of the United States.
Mr. and Mts. T. T. McVittie,   and beM by investors     throughout Mani-1   Sccn-ically the   production  will
Victoria, June 15.—The sale of the
Dunsmuir coal properties ou Vancouver island to William Mackenzie of
Mackenzie & Mann, was completed
many of tho good songs that here yesterday. The final payment
mother used to sing, that have lived was made and Mr. Mackenzie for-
because of their musical merit alone mally takes possession today. This
It belongs to the age of real music - statement was authorized by Mr.
and is a relief from the modern trend Mackenzie last evening before he left
tbat people of cultivated tastes will tor Vancouver en route east,
not fail to enjoy. Tbe    president   of     the     Canadian
Miss Hemml, who is a truly great Northern will visit Victoria again In
prima donna, is at her best in the a lew weeks. During thc visit just
role of Arline In "The Bohemian concluded he met Hon, Richard Mc
Girl." Her singing of "I Dreamt. I Bride, premier of British Columbia,
Dwelt in Marble Halls" has been and discussed railway matters with
pronounced by critics to be among him. He could say nothing regard
the best things she does, and all ing tbe projected route of the Island
testify to the purity and power of railway pending the receipt of tbe
her lyric soprana voice. She is engineer's report. W, L. Coul son,
supported by a company of llfty peo-   general manager of tbe Canadian col
MITCHELLTREE -JOYCE
A very quiet marriage was performed in Calgary on Monday afternoon at the residence of Rev. Mr.
Clark, of the Presbyterian Church, ot
W. H. Mitchelltroe, of Lethbridge,
formerly of Cranbrook; and Miss
Fannie M. Joyce, only daughter of
Mrs. W. H. Joyce, of London. Ont.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchelltroe arrived in
Lethbridge the same night nnd will
tako up their residence there. Mr.
Mitchelltree is foreman cutter in P.
Burns & Co., meat market In Leth-
u-idge.
WILL OPPOSE    SIFTON
Edmonton, June 14,—The Vermillion Conservatives nominated John
Clarke, a prosperous farmer of that
district to contest tbe riding against
Premier Sifton on June 29, in the
bye-election. The convention w.is
largely attended 'ind ft campaign is
being organized in the district with
the assistance of Edmonton Conservatives who were well represented at
tho convention last night Conservatives state they will put up a strong
tight.
pie, worthy of note, and a large ni.d
efficient chorus. The musical director of the company is hinwell a composer of note snd all the members
have heen chosen from companies
that have completed successful winter engagements In the great cities.
Mr. Frank Prelsch, the loading basso,
aa well as Miss Hemmi wore with
the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in
ol
be
llerics, the name of tbe company
which will operate tbe properties ac.
quired from llou. .lames Dunsmuir,
is in charge from today on,
J. Cork of Creston was in the city
Fridny on business.
C.  It. Ward went east   Tuesday on
business   connected
brook Agency.
dent of tlie wardens,
Monday on business,
on business!
witb  the ('ran
wmh in the city
MAY COME    WEST
Toronto, June H5.—It is officially
stated that R. L. Borden, Conservative leader, is planning a tour of
western Canada for next summer,
which will include the four provinces
>f Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
nnd British Columbia. Details are
not even yet discussed, but it Is expected that the tour will last ahout
'wo months, and include some thirty
meetings. It is not yet certain who
will accompany him.
NO ORIENTALS   WANTED
Prince Rupert in licensing hotels
will insist upon no Orientals being
employed in licensed places. In order not to make tbe by-law liable to
being upset by the courts this will
not be Incorporated in the bill. Tho
commissioners will do as the provincial government does with the railways, make it an agreement aud Incorporate R as the terms on the face
if licenses,
KERNIE    NOTES
The c, p. It., is distributing new
stool nlnng the Crow line through
the district
At least two citizens of Fernie have
signified tbeir Intention of taking in
the Jeffries Johnson light.
R. Robson of Mayook has disposed
of his ranch and left on Friday to
join bis son, who is engaged in the
lumber business in Winnipeg.
toha. elaborate.     Tho costumes are faith
The United had offices In Winnipeg ful to history. It is intended that Mondny
for two years, handsome quarters be-j the production shall mark an era in
ing established In the Union hank operatic history in this part of the
building in charge ot Robert A Gniiit'country, Certainly nothing even
as general agent for Manitoba. "I approaching It has been presented
have Hont the following telegram to bore before. The orchestra is a spee-
my sub-agents     In  Manitoba:   'Mews inl feature and Is     worthy   of moro
alarms me. Do not receive any more than passing notice. Tbe curtain W. A. Rollins or tho Boynl Hotel
money until further advice.' I am occasion will ho hold till 9 o'clock, believes In having things right. Ho
under the direction of tbo Seattle giving those who desire to attend has Just completed having tho hotel
offlce; I have boon with the United church, ample time to reach tho painted nnd papered, and Is now
for two and a half years. I know Opera House before the performance having new linoleum laid In the
nothing of the arrest or the charges starts. »m«e and reading room
P. DeVere Hunt,
registered at tho
Monday,
of Oranbrook was
King Edward    on
Public Belli
will bold tbe
oxnmlnntions,
There   will   be
Fein ie.
oi    Inspector    Sullivan
High  School     entrance
commencelng June no.
seven   candidates  from
WILL    MODIFY     OATH
London,   June   If..    Premier   Ah mit.h
has announced In tho house of commons that the government will introduce a bill modifying iln- corona
tlon oath with referents to the Roman Catholic faith. ©ije |i?ro0t»ect<w.
ESTABLISHED   1895
A. 8. GRACE.
Editor
Subscription
|8,00 Per Year
Advertising rates   made   kttowu   ou
application.
POST  OFFICE    INJUSTICE
Public attention should be kept
steadily fixed ou the monstrous in
justice which the Post Office Depart
ment is doiug the west. It Is well
known that the Canadian Post Office
pays. That is, the amount ol
money tbe people pay ui postage
stamps is larger than the amount
the department spends In nrving
them. Now it is right that the service should mote or lesa pay (or it
self; and it might he right Tor an
old, long-settled country to derive a
small part ot its general revenue
from profits on its postal service.
But there is one thing that can be
asserted positively When part of a
country is new. is In the pioneer
.stage. tlie country at large
.should not expect to derive a profit
from the Post Offices established In
the pioneer districts
The men who are settling on the
prairies deserve much consideration
from tbe people who live In long set
tied and fully equipped districts.
They leave the comforts of older Canada, of the United States, of Oreat
Britain, they go out on the bare
prairie and break it In; they suffer
from loneliness and isolation, they
miss the large towns, the good roads
the thousand and one conveniences
Of the East Yet they are doing an
enormously valuable national work,
adding to the productive area of
Canada, adding to her prosperity,
adding to her importance. I'n
Questionably the people of older Ca
nada should stand by the peopte Of
newer Canada, should do their best
to make life tolerable and comforts
ble for them.
One peculiarly easy way whereby
older Canada can help the settler ls
by means o( the Post Office. The
Post Office should watch and help
the settler. It should accompany
him and indeed should almost precede
■him. It should not on the prairies
be carried on with an eye to profit.
It is safe to say that Eastern Canada would approve of tbis rule being
made; that every dollar the prairie
settler pays in postage stamps should
go hack to him and a little more.
Now what actually takes place is
this. The four Western Provinces
have spent in them for postal purposes much less than they pay out in
postage stamps, The proportions
aro:
Manitoba gets 8H per cent of what
she pays.
Saskatchewan gets 94 per cent of
what she pays.
Alberta gets 98 per cent of what
she pays.
British Columbia gets 97 per cent
of what she pays.
Thus every time a Manitohan pays
a dollar for postal services the Department takes 12 cents profit. Every
time the homesteader of Saskatchewan buys a dollar's worth of stamps
the Department seized six cent's for
profit. Tho Albeitan ia fined seven
cents; the British Columbian is fined
three cents on every dollarf
In central  Canada tbe same thing
Is done.     Ontario     gets only 88 per
cent of    her contributions to postal
services.     Quebec is    better treated,
hut only 92 per    cent.   Now, no one
would    complain if Ontario and Quebec yielded a moderate profit and it
wero    applied    tn     helping    western
homesteaders; if Ontario,   for exam- I
pie, got only 90 per cent of what she
paid and the oxtra H) per cent were j
spent iu giving tbe western settler a
service a hit better than he actually j
pays for,     nobody in   Ontario would j
object, for it would be felt to ne   a :
case of tbe east helping the west in
a thoroughly justifiable way.
But when we look at the Maratime
Provinces we see where the money
goes.     The situation is:
For every $1.00 that Nova Scotia
pays in postal revenue she gets $1.24
in postal services.
For every $1.00 New Brunswick
pays in postal revenue she gets $1,29
in postal services.
For every- $1,00 that Prince Edward
Island pays tn postal revenue she
gets $1.63 in postal services.
Thus the department is taking a
12 per cent profit from the Saskatchewan settler, a 7 per cent profit from
tbe Albert an rancher a 2 per ceot
profit from the Hritish Columbian,
not to mention an 8 per cent from
the Queber nuiii and a 20 per cent
profit in Ontario -to give the Maratime province people more than they
pay for They, who have been long
er in the country than the people nf
almost every other part of Ontario,
get the treat men I which should be
given to the settlers on th«> plains.
wv make thi- homesteader and the
rancher pay toll to the nn'ii of the
Maratime Provinces,
LACKIEIt AND   ALBERTA
The first Alberta Government haa
collapsed ignominious,y It begun
with a great many things in its fa
vor and It has gone to pieces
through sheer Inability to go straight
Nor does the reconstruction Innk
good at thin distance. Apparently
Mr Ousblng was the b«ht Influence
In the defunct government He
fought against the bad railway bargain which wrecked the government;
tie resigned rather than support It;
Iw; forced the measure of recf.nnt.ruc
tlon which has been adopted. Vet
he haH wit. been called to form a
government, and bo has not. beon included in the fllfton Administration
which  lias  been  formed.
Now it must lie remembered that
for nil of this Sir Wilfrid Laurier is
responsible it. waa a puppet government, dancing to the itririgs pull
ed from the Eaat Block at Ottawa.
It was a puppet Lieutenant Govern -
nr, for Mr   liulyen ih tho creature of
the Federal Premier, owing his appointment to his shameful betrayal
of Mr. Huultain in 1905. Sir Wilfrid Laurier chose Premier Rather
ford, and he has chosen Mr. Sifton.
He has proscribed Mr. dishing.
The new provinces arc subject provinces. They are not trusted with
their hinds; they are told that Ottawa can handle the public domain
more wisely than they can. They
are kept in leading strings. Their
politics are carried on under surveillance. Tbe net result of Liberal
rule in the West from the political
standpoint, is the creation or an order of inferior provinces,
KING  IS FREE MINER
IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA
\ Revelstoke exchange says: a
large number of tree miners' licensea
were renewed at the end o( May this
year, according to the statements
from  the local court house officials.
It Is not generally known that bis
majesty King Qeorgfl V holds by
full tight a free miners license in
the Revelstoke mining division. The
renewal of the license was made on
May 30 to King Oeorge V , who on
the payment of 15 by tbe Dominion
government, Is entitled to itii the
rights ol a free miner, in the prov
luce of British Columbia, the certiti
oate, signed bj w K McLaclln, be
nig numbered   LS440B
Ths manner m  which  King  Oeorge
holds I be license is Interesting In
1900 C Deutchtnan and A, Johnson
discovered the (anions "Deutcbman
caves,' Id the Belkirks east ol here
and realizing the great value of their
nnd at once proceeded to acquire :i
title to the land wherein the caves
are located This apparently could
only be done by taking up the land
OS mineral claims which they did.
ami staked ofl three claims named
respectively Skookum, Drum Lummon
and Buckhorn Fraction, all situated
ne'er Couger creek, near Ross Peak.
After these marvelous caves had
been explored the locators transferred their rights to the Dominion government, who took over the mineral
claims In the name of King Edward.
Tbe bolder of a mineral claim in
British Columbia must hold a free
miners certificate and consequently
the license has been issued from the
local office to tbe English King who
pays the fee On tbe death of King
Edward the license was made out in
tbe name of King George V., and
the usual receipt for the license bas
been made out and forwarded to the
Dominion government by W, I.
Driggs, agent for the department of
jistice in Canada, to be forwarded to
majesty King Oeorge V.
!    old   street.   Fort     William,   Ont.,
says:
"I suffered with dull, miserable
pains, soreness across my back nnd
In my sides, for months. They
Would catch me so badly at times
that 1 could scarcely mope around.
Tbe kidney secretions bad also been
ol a heavy color aud contained a sed
siment. Then I would have dizzy
spells and altogether, felt generally
run down. After using a number of
remedies without finding relief. I
learned ol Booth's Kidney Pills and
am pleased to say. found them au
excellent remedy. They hnve relieved me of the miserable pains and
soreness in my back, and have also
tured me oi my other kidney trouble
For sale in Crnnbrook by Tbe Beat
tie MurVhy Co,
9bid bv deulers Price BO cents
;The U. T, Booth Co., Ltd. Fort
lErie. Ont., Sole Canadian  Agents
W.    P.   GURD,
Barrister,  Solicitor, cti*
CRANBROOK,
G,  il    -THOMPSON,
it. r
Barrister, SoHCtor, arid
W'lur.v  Public
Ofllpe   i»vi.i Buildings,
'Ran-Shook, b. c.
VlcViTTife & PARKER
IVI.S  A O.B.
RANBROOK, IV C
T.   LAlDLAW,
Mining Hlnginder -.itul
M C.  Laud Surveyor,
I'.O   Box 2.H6. Phono m.
CRANRROOK,
B. C.
WOMEN'S WOES
I Dr. E* \V. Connolly |
Physician and Sukqeon
Ofltue; Armstrong Ave
nouns
'J in M ii.m.   2 lo I p.m.      u> 8 u.ni
'-anbrook Women are ! 1 iding Re
lief at Last
It tines seem that women have
more than a fair share of tbe aches
ond pains that afflict humanity;
they must "keep up," must attend
to duties in spite of constantly ai'h
ni: hacks, or headaches, dizzy spells,
hearing down pains; they must stoop
over when to stoop means torture.
They must walk and bend and work
with racking pains and many aches
from kidney ills. Kidneys causes
more suffering than any other organ
of the body. Keep the kidneys well
and health ls easily maintained. Read
nf a remedy for kidneys only tbat
helps and cures the kidneys.
Mrs. Edward Oalwood of 123 a. Har-
. W. KUTLEDGE,
M.MV.. V.S.,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1398. Gradate and medalist of McKillip
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member of
British Columbia association.
\LL CALLS NIQMT . DAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
OFFICE   AT   McKINSTRY'S   LIVERY BARN
CBANBROOK, B. C.
H C. LIVERY FEED;;
& sale stable::
11
Both Sinpie and Doblo    ''
Drivers, -for all  parts
! *     nf Ilie district.   Good
Saddle Horses, ^^^^^^^
Turnouts. Up-to-date <>
Kigs. ;;
', Opposite Royal Hotel Phone qi , >
; Doeast & Deacon, Proprietors;;
J. F. Deacon. Manager      ; >
Good     (i
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\ Cranbrook i
Livery
We auk you to call nml try
our Dew Consignment of new
aad Up-to-date hfs for
Winter   and   Hummer.   Just
received  Topt-ir aad   Rellttblt
Horses    at    your    disposal.
Give   them    a   trial wl be
convinced.
Phone 47        Oranbrof.lt. B.O,
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F. E. Orrison
Band Master City Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.   Orchestra furnished
Phone 353- CRANBROOK. B. C,
anbrook Uod^'e, No. 34. A. F. A. M
Rogular meetings on
the third Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren
weloomod.
W. P. ATTRIDGE, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
ANCIENT ORDER'„: FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 1943
Meets in Carmen's Hall 2nd aid 4th
Thursday of each month at S p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chief   Ralfer.
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Vlaltlnc Brethren mads welcome.
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STEWART'S
The Leading; Fruit Store.
f  Choice Oranges, Lemons
"SUMKIST BRAND"
Bananas   Figs    Dates
Sweet Potatoes
Z Celery
I     Hot House Lettuce
%  Rhubarb    Cranberries
Z   Sti'Wiirt's HlloOhncOlfttos
I   HUGH STEWART
f    ArmnlrotiK Ave I'hoiie it)
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ICRANBROOK AERIE 967
Fs O. IS.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot ovary Friday nt H p,m
| Visiting  linnniiiH Cordially   Invited
W. R. Johnson, acting president.
W. F. O. Carter, acting Sec.
Aerie Physician,   P.   O.   Hoi 81.
Meets every second and fourth
Wednesday at new Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlns Rebekaht cor-
dldtly Invited.
NO. Miss L. M. Tannhauser
Sec.    Miss Mae Chapman.
! Solomon Koury
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Dealer In Dry Oooda, Oenta'
Furnishings and Fancy Notions.
Call and get our prlcei.  We can eave
I you money.
\Y.
•.HATTY
Undertaker,
Kmbulmer,
Funeral Dlrootor.
CUANUKOOK,   B.C,
E. K. P. & P. House
THAT'S US
We handle Flour, Keeil, Hny ami Grain, Butter, Eggs, Canned
Goodj of ull kinds; Potatoes, Harnesi, Tea and Cotfee, Our prices
ure  I'l&ht.      Your patrotlage  solicited.
ast Kootenay Produce & Provision House
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8    .. .link
z     Sojourning Companions  art
I  ounllnlly luvltoU.
; H.    II. HIKUIT, Scribe H.J
•       Mux '.'li'.'       OKANUKOOK, II. 0.
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W.   CLINE   I
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Ol (Iii' old Manitoba llHrliur
Stiou un ii mow he [muni In the
MANITOBA HOTEL
X Ptt'st Class  Work  In
* iill  branohes of the
| Tonsorlal   Art $
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We Heal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DBAI.BR in
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
3dge's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
Phone an
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
Por   Sale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
OfliceA Workshop—Lewis St.
"hone No. 98.
George   R.  Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
and
Contractors
%
Puns, Spboipi lATIONS    ♦
ani> Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
PHONE 114 P. O. BOX 866  $
ALL  KINDS  OF  BUILDING   MATERIAL;;
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND. ![
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Frank Dezall
jENERALBLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
IGBNTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR CO'S BICYCLB8
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone 60     •  •  •     P. 0. Boi IU.
THE PALM
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
r
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
They last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments hy
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Areaue.
Phone 157. Cranbrook, B.C.
0 i
ALSO 8BCON1) HAND MAOHINRS
FOR SAI.B OHBAP AND TO
MNT.
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.C.
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
WENTWORTH
HOTEL g-»b™ok'
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   Wentworth
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
Found!
On Baker stieet, one door west
ol Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
PHONE
68
THE
muUTVjgSffi
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffee
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in the
Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every
article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. i quality.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Staple and Fancy Oroocre
******************,****p**^*<t*4 ************* NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiei Commitmioner
of Lands (or a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
uf Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
Or near one mile due east of the 37
mile-post on C. P. It. survey Une,
which is the Western boundary ol
Lot 4593, and being tbe Southeast
curner postof M. WAYNE TWITCH-
ELL'S claim, thence weat eighty (80 >
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80) chaina
thence south eighty (80) chains tn
the point of commencement, making
1140 acres, more or lesB.
M.  WAYNE TWITCHBLL,l.ocator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Located this 16th day of April, 1910.
William E.  Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB la hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply tu
the Honourable Chiet Commissioner
of Lands Por a license to prospect
Inr coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate ln tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a  post   planted at
or near nine miles due east of the 35
mile-post on   C.  P. R. survey    line,
which is the Western boundary ol Lot
4593, and being the Northweat corner
post of   Anita   N.     Mason's   claim,
thence eaBt eighty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) cbains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence north (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 13th day of April, IHC.
ANITA N. MASON, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24,28
NOTICB
NOTICB ia hereby given that 31
days after date I intend to apply tc
the Honourable Chief Commissionei
of Lands for a license to prospeel
(or coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, aituate in the distric
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east of the 3:
mile-post on C. P. R. survey line
which Is the Western boundary ol Lot
4593, and being the southwest coiner post of Walter J. Abba' claim
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) chains, thence wes
eighty (80) chains to the point o
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 22nd day of April, 1911
WALTER J. ABBS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28.
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissionei
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a  post   planted at
or near 12    miles due east of the 3f
mile-post    on    C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ot Lot
4593, and being the southeast cornei
post of Walter J. Abbs' claim: thence
north eighty (80) chains, thence wesl
eighty (80) chains, thence south (80
chains, thence east eighty (80) chains
to point   of commencement,   making
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 22nd day oi April, 1910
WALTER J.   ABBS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given tbat 31
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissionei
of Lands for a license to prospeel
tor coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted al
or near nine (9) mites due east ol
the 35 mile-post on C. P. R. survey
line which is the Western boundary
ot Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post ol Charles L. Paulson's
claim: thence north eighty (80.
cbains, thence west eighty (80) chains
thence aouth eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains to thr
point of commencement, making 646
acres, more or less.
Located this 13th day of April, 1910
CHARLES L. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W.  Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOB Is hereby given that 311
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
nl Lands Por a license to prospect
(or coal and petroleum over the lollowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near nine (9) miles due east of thn
35 milo post on 0. P. R, survey line,
which la the Western boundary ol Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner
post ol Thomas W. Mason's claim:
thence north eighty (80) chains.thence
east eighty (80) chains, thence south
eighty (80) chains, thence west eighty
(80) chains to the point ol commencement, making 640 acres, more or less
Located this 13th day of April, 1914
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate ln the district
nf Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 13 miles due east ol the 39
mile-post on the C. P. R. survey line
which Is the Western boundary ol Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner post ol Walter W. Hay's claim:
Uience north eigbty (80) chains,
thonce east eighty (80) chains, thence
snutb eighty (8C) ohalns, thence west
commencement, making 640 acres,
mure or less.
Located this 20th day ol April, 1910
WALTBH W. HAY, Locator.
Eathen W.  Butta,  Agent.
William E. Butts, Wltneaa.       24-21
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I inteud to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands tor a license to prospect
Iur coal and iwtroleum over the [ol
lowing lands, situato in tbo district
of Southeast Kuotenay, in Lut 4593
Commencing at a pust planted at
ur near 13 miles due east ul the 39
mile pust un the C. 1J. It. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lut 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Joseph S. Danner's
claim: thence wost eigbty (80) chains
thence north oighty (8C) chains,
thence east eighty 180) chains.thence
south eighty (811) chains tu the point
ol commencement, making 640 acres
mure ur less.
Located this 20th day ul April, 1910
JOSEPH S. DANNER, Locator,
Eathen  W.   Uutts,   Agent.
William   E.   Hutts,   Witness. 24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend tu apply tu
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to pruspect
lor cual and petruleum over tho iui
towing lands, situate in the district
nf Southeast Kootenay, in Lut 4593:
Cnmmencing at a pnst planted at
or near twu (2) miies due east uf the
39 mlle-pust un C. P K. survey line,
which is the Western nummary ol
Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post ol Walter W. Hay's
claim: thenco east eighty (80) chains
..hence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (8C)i chains thence
south eigbty (80) chains to the point
ol commencement, making 641' acres,
moie or less.
Located this 15th day ol April,  1910
WALTER W.  HAY,  Lncatnr,
Bathen  W.  Butts,  Agent,
milium B.  Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
lays after date f intend tu apply to
ho Hunourable Chiei Cummissinnei
if Lands for a license to prospeel
ur cual and petroleum jver the fol-
owing lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kuotenay, in Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
ir near two (2) miles due east of the
19 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western buundary ol
Lut 4593 and being the southeast
•orner post of Ulysses E. Fehr's
laim: thence west eiehi.v (80)
■Iiains, thence north eighty (80!
aaiiis, thence east eighty (80)
hams, thence south eighty (80)
hains to the point of commencement
taking 640 acres, mure ur loss,
.ucated this 15th day oi April, 1910
ULYSSES E. FEHR, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
.Villiam  B.  Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
lays after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiel Commissionei
>( Lands for a license to prospect
ur cual and petruleum uver the ful
owing lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Cnmmencing at a post planted at
>r near fourteen miles due cast of
he 38 mile-post on C. P. R. survey
ine, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
tout!) eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 64u
teres more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910
WELLINGTON BROCK, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,  Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in thc district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 14 miles due east of thc 38
mile post on the C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post ol William E. Butts'
claim-* thence north eighty chains,
chains, thence west eighty chains,
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thenco east eighty chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more ur less.
Located this 21st day ol April, 1910.
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agonr.
Wellington  Brock,  Witness.      24-18
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby giajon that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license tu pruspect
for coal and petroleum ovor the ful
lowing lands, situate in tho district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a pust planted at
or near 12 miles due east nt thc 3H
mile post on 0. P. It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ot
Lut 4593, and being tho southeast
corner post of Charles E. Webb's
claim: thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less,
located this 21st day nf April, 1910.
CHARLES E. WEBB, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B.  Butts, Witness.        24 28
Located this 16th day of April, 1910.
ANNA K.  WEBB,.Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend tu apply tu
tho Hunuurable Chiet Cummissiuiier
nt' Lands fur a license tu prospect
fur coal and petruleum uver the lul
lowing lands, situate in the district
ot Southeast Kootenay, iu Lot 4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one (1) mile due east of the
37 mile-post on C. Pf R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tbe northeast
corner post of Anna K. Webb's
claim: thence west eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) chains thence
east eighty (80) chains, thenco north
oighty (80) chains to tho point ol
cummencement, making 640 acres,
inure ur less.
Lncated this 16th day ol April, win
ANNA K. WEBB, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
Semi-Steel Fire-Pot-Not Gray Iron
NOTICE
NOTICE in hereby given that 30
tiays after date I intend to apply tc
the Honourable Chief Commissionei
of Lands for a license to prospeel
lor coai and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near fourteen (14) miles due east
of the 37 mile-post on C. P. It. survey line, which is the Western boun
ilary of Lot 4593, and being the
southwest corner post of Eathen W
Butts' claim: thence north eight}
180j chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (8th
chains, thence west eighty (80 ■
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located tbis 21st day of April, 191C.
EATHEN W. BUTTS, Locator.
William  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 3t.
Jays after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissionei*
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
jf Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
>r near three miles due east of the
11 mile-post on C. P. R. survey Une,
which is the Western boundary oi
Lot 4593, and heing the northwest
".orner post ol Charles E. Webb's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chaint
thence south eigbty (80) cbains,
thence west eigbty (80) chains; thence
north eighty (80) chains to the pc-int
of commencement, making M0 acres
more or less.
Located this 15th day P April
1910.
CHARLES  E.   WEBB,   Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE in hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
nf Lands ior a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate tn the district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one (1) mile due east of the
37 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which Is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner post of Anna K. Webb's claim,
thence east- eigbty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) chnins, thence west
eigbty (80) chains, thence nortb (80)
eigbty chains to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acrea, more
or Imi.
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tlio. Honourable Chief Commissioner
oi Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in thc district
of Southeast Kootenay,  in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due r.nst of tbe
41 mile-post on C. P. Rf survey line,
which is the western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the northeast corner
post of Bathen W. Butts' claim
thence west eighty (80) chains; thonce
south eighty (80) chains; tbence cast
eighty (80) chains; thence north eigh
ty (80) chains to the point of commencement, making (i-10 acres, more
or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
EATHEN  W.   BUTTS,   Locator,
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
AKiitK-POT of a furnace
should lie nble to endure
tremendous heat and to
repel the attacks of sulphur
fumes.
The material commonly uied
for a fire-pot in gray iron.
The Sunshine fire-pot Is Semi-
Sleet.
jiow, avoiding .technical
terms, gray iron has what
may be culled "open" pores.
Through these "open" pores
ihe destructive sulphur fumes
attnrk the Iron and hasten
disintegration.
On the other hand, Semi-
Steel  is a close-Brained  ma
terial, with a smooth-as-glass
surface which practically seals
or "closes" up lho pores. Semi-
Steel easily repels the attacks
of gas fumes and thus greatly
prolongs the life of the lire-
pot.
A Semi-Steel fire-pot weighs
20 per cent, heavier than thc
same sice una* pattern in gray
iron. It is therefore better able
to endure tremendous heat.
Semi-Steel ia made by an
exclusive McClary profess.
You can only ret a Semi-Steel
fire-pot with a McClary
furnace. That Is one strong
reason  why you should have
the Sunshine installed In your horn--
Our agent in your locality will tell
you many other reasons.   Ask him.
Remember.     the     Sunshine     is
guaranteed!  by  the  largest makers
oT furnaces In British Empire, tu
heat your home to your entire
satisfaction. h5
FOR SALE BY PATMORE BROS. CRANBROOK
thence north eighty (80) chains,
tbence west eighty (80) chains.thence
south o.'ghty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 040
acres, more or less.
Located thla 15th day of April, 1910
CHARLES L. PAULSON.Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  lv  Butts,    Witness.        24-2S
NOTICB
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days after date I intend to apply tc!
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect;
Tor coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the dtetricl".
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593::
Commencing at a post planted a';
or hear three miles due east of tho
41 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary o!
Lot 4593, and beiug the southeast
corner post of Peter C. Paulson'H
claim: thence west eighty (81'ji
chains, thence north eighty (80 *
chains, thence east eighty (80) chainn
thence south eighty (80) chains to
the point of commencement, making
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, IHUI
PETER 0, PAULSON, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B.  Butts,    Witness.        24-2.3
NOTICE
NOTICB iH hereby given that 30
dayB after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, iu Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near tive miles due east of the 41
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which Is the western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner
post of Charles W. Mason's claim
thence north eighty (80) chains;
tbence east eighty (80) chains; thence
south eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) cbains to the point of
commencement, aking  040    acres,
more or less.
Located this 14th day of April, 1910
CHARLES   W.   MASON,   Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate In thi; district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near live miles due east of the 41
post on    0, P. K. survey line, which
is the western boundary of Lot 4593,
and being the southeast cornor post,
of Clara   A.    Mason's   claim: thenco
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence south (80
eighty chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 14th day of April, 1910
CLARA A.  MASON, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,    Witness.       24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 3'»
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Coinmtsstone r
of Lands for a licenso to prosper t
for coai and petroleuni over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing tit a post planted at
• near two miles due east of the 39
mile-post on 0, P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tbe northwest
corner post of Maud J. Ilassett's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains,
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
north eighty (80) chains1 to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 15th day of  April,  1910
MAUD  J.  BASSETT, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate, in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, In  Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three (3) miles due east of
the 37 mile-post on 0. P. R. survey
line, which is tbe Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner pout of Anna K. PaulBon's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains,
thence north eighty chains to the
point of commencement, mukiing 640
acros more or less.
Located this 18th day of April 1910
ANNA K. PAULSON. Locator,
Eathen W, Butts, Agent.
William  E.   Butts,  Witness. 24-28
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being thc northeast
corner post of Y. Charles Bassett's
claim: thence west eighty (80) chains
tbence south eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains.thence
north eighty (81*) cbains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less,
iaocated this 15th day of April, 1910
F. CHARLES BASSETT.Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB is herehy given that 30
day.i» after dato I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiei Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tbe district
of  Southeast Kootenay,  iu Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near tive miles due east of the 41
mile-post on C. P. R. survey Lne,
which ls the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and heing the northwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence south eighty (80)
chains, tbence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chuins,
thence west eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 64i:
acres, more or less.
Located this Ifth day of April,  1910
WELLINGTON  BROCK,   Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOB is hereby given that 30
duys after duto I intend to apply to
thu Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe fol
lowing lands, situate in tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in  Lot 4593;
Commencing at a post planted at
or near five miles due east of the 41
mile-post on 0. P. R. survey line.
which is the Western boundary oi
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
corner post of William E. Butts'
claim: thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80) chains
thence north eigbty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (HO) chains to the
point of commencement, making 641
acres, more or less.
Located tbis 14th day of April, 191i
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agont.
W.   Brock,  Witness. 01-28
or Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile due east of the 37
mile-post on the C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner postVof James H. Geraghty's
claim: thonce east eighty (80) cbains
tbence north eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, tbence south
eighty (80) chains to the poim of
commencement, making G40 acres
or less.
Located this 16th day of April, 1910
.JAMES   M.  GEItAGHTY,   Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  B.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chiel Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east of the 41
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is tlie Western boundary o
Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Albert Brock's claim
thence north eighty (80) chnins.thtnu,
west eighty (8C) chains, thence soutb
eighty chains, thence east (80
eighty chains to the point of com
mencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this 20th day of April, 191..
ALBERT BROCK,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts,  Agent.
William  B.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three mileii duo east of tbe
37 mile-post, on O. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
corner post of Mary Ueraghty'a
clnim: thenco west eighty (80)
chains.thence south eighty (80) chains
thence east olghty (80) chains.thence
north eighty chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acrea
mom or less,
Located this 18th day or April, 1910
MARY OERAGHTY,  Locator,
Bathen  W.   Butts,   Agent.
Butts,  Witness. 24 28
NOTICB is herehy   given   that   30
days after date I intend to apply to! William B
tho Honourable   Chief   Commissioner '        	
of Lands for a   license   to   prospect j NOTICE
for coal and petroleum over Uie fol-! NOTICB ia heroby given that 30
lowing landa, situate in tbe diatrict days after date I intend to apply to
of Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:  tbe Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
Commencing at a post planted at of Lands for a license to prospect
or near three miles due east of thc for coal and petroleum over ihe f< I-
41 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line, lowing lands, situate in thn district
which is the Western houndary of of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Lot 4598, and being the southwest Commencing at a post planted at
corner post of Charles L. Paulson's 1 or near two milt* due east of the 39i
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains, | mile post on   0. P. R.     survey line,
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over Uie fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay,  in  Lot 4593
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile due east of the 36
mile-post on 0, P. R. survey line,
which is the Western houndary of
Lot 4593, being the southwest cor
ner post of Herbert S. .Jones' claim:
thence eaat eighty (86) chains.thence
north eigbty (80) chains, tbence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this Htti day of  April, 1910
HERBERT S.  JONES,   Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-2X
NOTICB
NOTICE in hereby given that 80
days after date I Intond to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over Uie following lauds, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay,  In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a pout, planted at
or near one mile due oust of the 36
mile-post on C. P. It. survey line,
which is tho Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the. southeast
corner post of olive H. Twitchell1 s
claim: thence west eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thenco east eighty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) chains to tbe point
of commencement, making 640 acres,
more or loss.
located this  16th day of  April,   1910
OLIVE H. TWITCHELL,  Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts,    Witness.        24 28
NOTICB
NOTICE la herehy given tbat 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum ovor the following lands, situate In the district J to work tomorsow
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in tbe diatrict
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due east of the 40
mile-post on 0. P. R. survey line,
which is thc Western houndary of
Lot 4593, and being the northweat
comer post of James Butts' claim
tbence south eighty (80) chains;
tbence east eighty (80) cbains; thence
north eighty (801 chains; thence weat
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 19th day ot April, 1310
JAMBS BUTTS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after dute I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over Uie following lnnds, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near eleven miles due east of the
40 mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which Is the western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the northeast corner
post of Katherine Butts' claim thence
south eighty (80) cbains, thence west
eigbty (80) chains, thence north (80)
chains,  thence east eighty chains to
tlie point of commencement, making
G4P acres, more or less.
Located this 19th day of April, 1910
KATHHRINB BUTTS,  Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NoTICK is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honournhle Chief Commissioner
uf Lands for n license to prospect
for coal and potroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
or Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near 14 miles due enst of the 39
mile-poet on c. P. It. survey line,
whlrb Is Om Western boundary of
Lot 4593,  and being     the northwest
post of    Kiit hen     W      Butts'
thence     BOUtb     eighty  (80)
thence east eigbty (80) chains
north     eighty (80)     chnlns,
west eighty (80) chains to the
if commencement, making 640
acros, more or less.
Locntcd this 20th day of April, 1910.
EATHEN W   BUTTS, Locator,
William  E.   Butts,    Witness.        24-28
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WILL RETURN TO   WORK
Scranton, Pa., June 7,—The 12,000
miners of the Pennsylvania Coal company  voted this afternoon to return DUKB OF CONNAUGHT (dollar
  does nol  fix
In accordance with the wish of the  for that  ci
late King Edward,   the Duke of Con    finding out
naught will succeed Earl Grey as the nocessary
governor-general of     Cauada, proba    Heme if w
hly next spring. of availabl
The duke is   lirst to make n   visit]would not
to Smith    Africa fur thr   purpose "f  amount  uf real     wealth; we     would
opening the new parliament. only add tn the medium uf exchange
His Royal Highness Arthur William by means uf winch business is car
Patrick Albert, Duke uf Connaught, ried un. All wealth is cither the
ls the third son and the seventh natural product uf nature or the re-
ctuia of i^ueen \ ictoria and the princa [suit of huiiuti) effort, or     mute com
as
the
case
may be.
It
X
the
value
oi   tbe c.
oln,
ill
only
he  ascertained
by
hi
IW   ll
inch  il
will   hii\
of
in
mim
dittos
or    taoor.
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auld
doubh
■ the aiiio
tint
3   i>
■old
iu th.
■    world
we
iccesi
sarily
increase
the
urt and was horn nt Buckingham
palace, on May 1, 1850, He Is essoin ui iiy the most military number
of the royal family, for from his very
earliest years he was destined for the
army. In 1866 he joined the military college at Woolwich and two
yenrs afterwords he received a com
mission in the Roya
did not remain long
in November of the
he was transferred
Horse Artillery and
AugUflt,   1869, ' he
<<•'•■- mnw thi-- t.mej
gade,     While  serving   with  thiti
gade he obtained   his  captaincj
Engineers.     He
in this corps, as
following vear
to the Royal
on the Ird
as transferred
to the  Rifle  Hn
111!
ami
changed for the last tune to the
Sevi! th Hussars In 1874 Promotion
came to him quickly, as is generally
the case where persons ol the royal
blot 'i are i om el n I and In 1880 we
rind Inn: obtaining promotion to the
ranks of ml! colonel and major gen
eral. Shortly after his appointment
a.s major general he sa w active sei
vice for the first time in K. ypi
L882, where hi ■ mmanded the Un
tale vi guards
Por lus services a: the battle oi
Telelkekir, the duke received a medal
an> I clasp, ami was mentioned three
times in despatches, received the
thanks of parlian a as ci eat
■■■I a i ommander of thi
Hath.
Four years  later   some   tin
tbe concl  - thi   '■'. ;j pi ian cam
paign,   the Duke      of  I
.-tMic   to   India
at   Bombay,   but   with   thi     •
of a few riots, n i disturbances tuck
place in the     district    iuring     fins
pen<Mi
In iijij he returned to Ehtglan I
an.l was appointed tu the command
of thf Bouth district until 1893, when
he assumed the command at Alder
shot frnm   lvj;i  t >  U9S \-
it was the Duke uf Coiinaught's   desire to
the   U.
tnonly, the result uf the combination
A the two. and things possess a
,'aiue only in accordance with th,-
lemand fur     them      To a starving
man un a barren island a clam on
the beach would he worth mure than
ii ledge ui   pure gold un     the shore,
All tlt;it has been said above is ele
mentary, imi In vltw ut the discus
Bion as tu ihe ,-, si uf living, it may
he well tu remind fenders of some
, ■ ■ ei mo j  things
When     America     w us     discovered
prices hi Europe were at  a verj low
ebb,   whel hei   tho *e     ol  commodities
labor ai■•     ■■ n ddered       \> Boon
i Mexico, centra] Amer
ica and Pei u, which the people bl
those landts hnd accumulated, was
scattered throughout European eum
iininities, everytliing began tu go up
in nominal vab c What happened
in poiut ui nut was that the pur
chasing* pawei ol the measure uf
value >*<-ar dow a \ man cotttdj not
ik> any more work after the Spanish
conquest ol America than lie could
before ll ami a bushel of wheat or
a pig would ti-■ t sustain mure people
fi i fi day*, luii liuih labor and pigs
■ : at • xi hanged fui more gold
■■I■■ .i is< I hei i w as more gold to give
la exchange foi them ln many
cases this meant a positive decrease
n I he amo mt wealth For ex-
\ might have sold his laud
for a thousand pounds before the in
flux ol gold to be paid for at a date
which [ell after the Influx, It is a
historical fact tnat the thousand
founds which he would receive would
- m rth to hnn only as much as
pounds would have been
al  * '■•■■   - Id the land
reach the second proposi*
tlon,  which is that to a debtor   the
Dcreasi   in the amount    ol goW is a
benefit     i it   t<   tlie creditor   it   may
•   a   :' " iment
Gold is not  only  the basis of cur
uth Africa dur-   rency,  but is the tinal means of ad
the     late Queen   justing credits-     AH business is con
Victoria was strongly averse to him iducted on credit, even in the case of
taking this step, and when Lord Rub persons who say they do business
erts left England to take supreme strictly tor cash, except when thev
command of the forces there, the actually handle com. -A bank bill
duke replaced him as commander ir is only a form of credit, so also is
chiei of the forces in Ireland, and on a government note. A creditor mav
the 9th of January, 1900, and a year | always insist     upon being    paid   iii j
GREAT FO
IN CAL
TUNES
NIA OIL
MORE  MEN   HAVE  AMASSED  WEALTH FROM OIL
INVESTMENTS THAN from ANY OTHER SECURITIES
THIS advertising announcement will appear in this publication but once. It contains a message for men who have
money to invest, in small or large amounts, in a proposition
which at the same time, embraces the maximum amount of security for the money invested, and promises greater profit than
xny other form of investment in the Western field.
If you will take the time to review the history of the oil fields,
both in the Eastern and Western portions of this Continent, you
vill find that the men who have amassed fortunes are the men
who invested originally very small sums of money in oil shares.
later lie- assumed the command of thc
Third Army corps.
As is customary in thc cases of
royal princes, the Pnke of Connaught
received nn allowance from the state
when he attained the age of 21, an 1
in his case the allowance amounte l
to £16.000 n year. Three years at.
ter he had received this provision he
wns created Duke of Oonnalight and
Strath earn nnd  Karl ol  Sussex.
Mis marriage, which took plnce on
March Ki. 1H!)7, to Princess Louise
Marguerite ol Prussia, was one of the
most magnificent marriages which
took place in royal circles during the
Inst century, and on this occasion he
ivn.H awarded a further allowance by
the government of £10,000 per annum
After representing Queen Victoria af
the coronation of Czar Nicholas oi
Russia,  be returned for the  Diamond
Jubilee, on which
nt the loft of the tji
occasion he rode
i eon.
MONBY   AND   VALUES
Robin Rough sang:
"if I had but a thousand a year,
Gaffer Oreen,
And our grandfathers' used to
think it, a toh raidy extravagant
wIhIi, Robin meant a thousand
pounds of course, and in the day
when Ihe song was written a thousand pounds was a good deal of
money, He might very reasonably
reflect upon, "What a man T would
and whal. sights I would see," if he
had an income of that dimension,
Rut if Robin hail that income today
he would not think himself wealthy,
even without taking into consideration the new desires lie would have
to satirffy. if he proposed to keep up
with the procession. His money is
worth less now than it was then. If
he had taken his thousand pounds
and set out to buy pigs, [or example
he could have bought 500, whereas if
he was living today ami he should
set out to buy pigs with tlie money
he probably could not get more than
250 If he lived in British North
America he would have hired 5;000
men to work a day for him. but nowadays he would have to be content
with _>,in,0, and if tbey were expert
artisans, tie would be lucky if he got
more than 1,250 In other words
the purchasing power uf a pound js
very much less than if was in our
grandfathers' dny-;, wbethei [I is expended in buying commodities or
labor Hence the man who earns
14 a day now is not anything 1 ik• ■
fu. r times as wi ll ofl s l he man
■■''' hill i century or less ago used
to earn Jl a day. Our grundfnth
• i . dlai, alth igh ll com uni d as
much gold ba oui dotlai. is only
worth as much as Uf! y <■■ nta were
worth in hia day Indeed we arc
1 ■ t - pe that it is nece sary to gi
back to grandfathers' dayi to Bnd
the time when ;i dollai was worU)
twice as much as It Is now
Thus we reach a fundamental pro
position in finance, namely thai the
values i,s money Is not Intrinsic,
nor Ih it even settled by legislation
but it depends upon n purchasing
power,
Most notions have adopted oh tbo
measure of value, but It Is not the
standard of value, for values fluctuate with supply awl demand. Winn y that our cut rency is based upon
a gold standard, which ta true
enough in a sense,  for it   In nil ultl
mately rcdeomabh
• in gold; but if we
would  ho ntrlotls
accurate  wo would
say that  ii  rests
upon a gold basis
By legislation     i
i  has been declared
tint n certain an
ounf     ol gold of n
certain degree nf
fineness ''hull bo n
pound  iterllng, or
dollar or whatever
may  tie the      unit
of measure In any
particular    count
IV.    but        this   nlilv
mentis that the I-
old  iii  such rimoiint
and Oneness shall
be called a  pound,
gold, unless his debt is for a small
amount for which the law )
says that lie shali take silver. The
fact That m Canada Dominion notes
ure legal tender does not alter the
case, for this is only a purely local
arrangement Between Canadians
themselves tin* law says tbat credit
may he settled by such notes, but
Canadian debts due outside the
country must be settled in gold, and
anyway tlie notes represent gold.
Hence we see that gold does not
tix values but only measures them;
that all values, even that ol gold,
fluctuates irom time to time, being
governed hy the laws of supply and
demand.—Victoria Colonist.
NOTICB
NOTICM ;h hereby   given   that   3(
!a>:: after date I intend to apply to
fhe HonOnrablo   Chief   Commissionei
if Lands lot  a    license   to   prospeel
ir coal and petroleum over the fol
.win;:  lauds,  situato in  the district
i  Southeust  \ontenay, in Lot 455*3:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
»r near ii     miles due east of the 40
mile-post     on c. P. R. survey   line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner
pnst of Mary Denner's claim:   thence
north eighty  (K0)  chains,  thence east.
-ighty   (80)   chains,   thence  south(80,i
eighty chains,     thence     west eighty
chains to the point of commencement
aiaking Ii40 acres, more or less.
Located this 19th day of April, 1910
MARY  DENNER,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts,'Agent.
.Villiam  15.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE  '
NOTICK is hereby   given   that   3(1
lays after date I intend to apply to
he Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
,i  Lands for a    license   to    prospect
fur coal and petroleum over the iol-
w iiu:  lands,  situate  in  the district
t  Southenst  Kootenay,   iu  Lot  4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
>r near 11  miles due    east of the 40
nile post     on C.  1'.  R. survey    line,
vhlch is ih.- Western boundary of Lot
4598,  and   heing the southeast corner
lost  oi   Hintle Vein's claim,    thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence nortb
ighty  iSO)  chuins,      thence east (80)
rtghty   chains,   thenee      south  eighty
huins tu the point of commencement
taking lili) acres, more or less.
ocated tins 19th day ol April, 1910,
M7NTIB FEHK,  Locator.
Kathen  W,   Butts,  Agent.
tVllllam   K    Butts,    Witness, 24 2H
NOT10H
M
layi
hi.
i   1
ITIC1
. ri rt
Hum
,HI)'I.-
•; ih hot
i dato
urablo
lor a
toby   glvi
I intend
Chief   0
lloonBO
on
tu
on
t.u
that   SO
upply I"
imlasione!'
proepocl
Do you know tl at trim invested nl the
cepliou of  im:u.v  an  oil  company,  {re-
[neatly multiplied in profits ivnd actual
orlli until thf holding today  represeitis
f   tu $l,i vii to JlB.UOO.
'Pake, for Instance, if you had invested
M00 in the following compares, on the
following   a»ir-, you would have made:
Ivnr T|i *    BOO
\V. K    1;000
ilerling  1,000
Vernier  1,100
Vlonle Christo  1,1-20
Record       2,000
S. F. & McK  2,400
■iauer Dough  -1, I fill
liueile  5.000
San Joaquin  5,70o
Peerless  0,8fi0
Kern River  O.i'OO
Central Oil  la.UOO
"Pinal" shares sold at i'j cents, are now
selling at H25, and paying monthly dividends of I.'i per cent, au income of $6'U per
nooth on an investment of SlflO, When
the "3 lver Tiji" cairn-in, the stock jumped
over night from lili cents to £-1 and has
beon paying monthly dividends of 10 per
"ent ever since.
Similar opportunities are open to you,
but you must think fdr yourself, have tho
courage of your convictions and Al T.
Coalinga i.s a distriel situated in Ihe state
of California, which is now  so gBncially
known as the greatest producer of high-
grade petroleum that it i.s unnecessary for
us to take up much space in describing Ilie
geographical construction of the field, or
the actual results of ilie operations i f the
many companies who control property in
Coalinga.
This company, The Coalinga-Eureka Oil
Company, Inc.. is a limited liability corporation, the shares of which are non-assessable, and have it par value of 81,
As developmenl progresses, the pi ice of
stock will naturally advance. Even now
trading in the Coalinga Eureka shares is
very active, fhe limiled block to be sold
at 25 cents per share should, we estimate,
be taken up on or before July llilh. We
have, therefore set tills as the closing out
date for the unsold shares in this Company at 2,"i cents each.
This means that it will be Impossible for
you to buy a share in this Company al 25
cents after July 15th, 11110, aud we give
this notice that the price of stock will be
advanced to at least 50 cents on the morning of July 10. .Should there then remain
any portion of the block at 25 cents, the
same will be immediately withdrawn from
the market.
Stock May be Advanced Any Day
The Company reserves the right to advance the price of shares at any time prior
to July 16th, should the block "of 100,000
shares at 25 cents be taken ,ip iu the iu-
term in.
We have recommended our most intimate
fiiends to reserve their stock by wire, and
not delay in writing by mail On receipt
of the reserve order, we will immediately
set aside sucli slock, allowing the applicant the necessary time for the remittance
to roach this office by mail.
The very fact that the stock of this
company will be sold for 50 cents on July
lOlh, should warrant the reader in reserving by wire as many shares as possible
forthwith.
You will readily see if you purchase a
block of 500 shares today, on easy terms,
at the present price, 25 cents per share,
you could sell one-half of your holdings
when the price advances to 50 cents and
thus have Ihe other half free of cost to
yourself.
The trading in the slock of this Company will naturally be more active when
the price is 50 cenis than at the original
price, 25 cents.
There is every indication of (ha stock
being worth and selling for $1 in 90 days'
time. Do not delay in making your application
No application received for iess than
200 shares.
The stock may be purchased on an all-
cash basis, iu wliieh i ase certificates nre
issued at once, or on an easy payment
plan, as per schedule herewith:
WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY   (Cush Plan 5   Deducted)
i   17.50 will buy BOO shares.
Jl-s.75 will buy 500 shares
. par value JL001$287.50 will buy 1,000 sha
 p.ir value   500 I
INSTALMENT PLAN
.par value $1,000
$20.00 cash and $15.00 per mouth for 2 months buys 200 slum sl$ 50.00 cash and $87,00 a month for 2 months buys Ri 0 shares
80:00cash and 22.50 pur month for 2 months buys 800 shares 100.00cash and 75.00 a month for 2 months buys l.OOOslmres
-10,00 cash and   80.00 per month for 2 months buys      4;0 shares
Write for Our Free Prospectus and Booklet "Fortunes From OH"
In conclusion, make your reservation at once, remitting for slock hy ohoque, draft or money order,
Make all cheques, drafts ami money orders payable to
G. L, TflSGHEREflU, Trustee Tne Goalim-EureKa on Gompanu. inc.
feBl.KlRK BLOCK, KJS HASTINGS ST., VAINCOUVER, B   C.
A  H'i
ui and potroloum over the ltd
.- lands, Bltuato In tin; district
Dttieast Kootonay, in Lot ■i.v.t'):
Commonclng nt. ,'.   post   planted nt
i  near H miles   due cimt   of the 20
nfle-post   on   c   I1. |{.     riiirvey line,
which ih i.lii! Wofltorn boundary of Lot
■ifi'in, and heing tin- southwost corner
post  oi   William   K.  Butt's     claim
thonce oast oljfhty (Hfij chains, thonei"
north olghty (HO) chalnR, thenco wost
eighty (8C) chains, thonco south (Mi
oighty chnlns    to the   point of com
iciKfiiifiil.   making ti4" neros, more
or  Ichh
Located till! 20tli dny oi April,  1910,
v\ ii.liam  !•;   UDTTB,  Locator,
Iflathon w. Butts, Agont.
v.'i.'iii'ioji  Brook,    Witnoss,        24-28
oi Iiiimlri for a llcehse to pros'peot
for coal and potroleum over ilie fol
'owing lands, simnt.i! in tho d strict
if HouthenHt Kootenay, in Lot 4693:
Commencing at a pout planted at
or near 12 miles duo emit of the 41
mile-post cm c. V, H. survey line,
which Ik the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the norbheast earner
post td Cora Butts1 claim: then-ie
imitli eighty <8fl) chains, thoncj west
eighty (80) chains, thenee n .Ih (ML
eighty ohalns, thence eani eights
(80) chains to thc point oi com
moncotnent, making lito acres, mnre
or Ichk.
Located this 2<Hh dav nt  April,  I'jln
DOHA BUTTH,  Locator.
Kiilhen W, Butts, Agont,
William  IC,   Butts,    Witnemi.        24 2K
NOTICM
NOTIOHJ fo hereby given that .10
lay.i iiftcr dato I intend to apply to
the Honourable  Chief   Commissioner
.JOTICIO
NOTIOB Ih hereby given that SO
dayfl nfter dnte I Intend to apply to
thn Honourable chief OommlHs'onor
of Lands for a llconso to prospeet
for coal nnd potroleum over the fol
lowing Iambi, situate in the dititrlct
of Southeast Kootenay, in  Lot 4508:
Commencing at u   pout    planted at
or near 11 mllOS due east of the 41
mile post on c. P, It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ol Lot
|.*»:i:i, and being the northwest cornor
post nl Luis Brown's clnlm: thence
south eighty (80) chains, thence east
eighty (M) chains, tbence north (HO)
olghty (80) chnlns, tbence west (80)
eighty chains, to tbe point of com-
moncement, making 040 acres, more
or Icbfi,
Located this Llth day of April,  L91G,
LTHS 0. IJHuWN,  Locator.
Bathen W, Butts, Agent.
William  IB.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
west eighty ISO) chains, thenee Bouth
eighty (80) chains, thence cast (10)
eighty chains, tlionco north eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement, making D40 acres, more
or less.
Located this 20tll day of April, 1910.
WlflLUKOTON   BROOK,   Locator,
Kathen W, Butts, Agent.
William  H.  Butts,    Witness.        24 28
or less.
Located tills 2(M.li day of April, 1910,
JAMEH IJRLL, Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm  B,  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
not rem
NOTICK iH hereby given that 30
dayfl of tor dote I intend to apply to
the Honourable <ihlof Oommlssionor
of Lamb: for a license to prospect
for coal nnd potroloum over the roi
lowing lands, situute in the district
of Southeast Kootonay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post pinuted nt
or near Ll mites due oast of the SO
mile post on C |\ It, survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4698, and being the northeast corner
post  of  W.     Brock's claim:       theuce
NOTICK
NOTICB iH hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable thief Commissioner
of Lends for n license to prospect
for coal and potr deum ovor Uie following lands, situato in tbe district
of Southeast Koutenay,  In  Lot 4593:
Commonclng nt n post planted at
or near 13 mites due enst of the 30
nillepost    on  C,   i'.  It,      survey  line,
which is     Ore Wostorn     I ndnry of
Lot 4593, aud being tlnv northwest
corner post of James Bell's claim:
thence south eighty (80) cllnins.thonco
onst eighty (Hin chains, thence north
olghty (80) chuins, Ihenee west 180)
eighty chains to the point of commencement,    making 040 ncres, more
NOTICK
| NOTIOB Is herehy given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near 11 miles due enst of the 41
mile-post on O, P, It. survey lino,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4598j and being tbe northeast cornor
post of Sarah Brock's claim*' thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence South
eighty (80) chnlns, thenee east (80)
eighty chains, thenee north eighty
(8i'i eliuins to the point of commencement, mnking 640 acres, moro
or less.
Loeuted this 19t.1i day of April, 191M
HA UAH BROOK, Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent,
William B. Hutts,   Witness.       24-28 INVADE PRAIRIE PROVINCES
m sr Ma: ufaotu1.'- rs to Operate
Retail Yards.
A largely attended meeting of the
Ul men ol Vancouver, New Went- j
Inster and (Mieinniniis waa held in
ancouver on Tuesday, to consider
ie organization of a company which
lall operate retail lumber yards in
anitoba and SnsltuLchc-wfln. The
•oject was- generally favored and
italls will be worked out (or presen-
itlon at another meeting. Forty
illlon dollars in capital was repented at the session, which amply
isures a backing of (1,000,000 to
!,0CO,0O0, necessary (or carrying out
ie plan.
The action is prompted by a desire
i get ahead o( the line yards organ
ation at Winnipeg, which it is said
is unduly advanced the retail
-ices and thereby threatened a re-
iction o( consumption. At present
ie const mills have all the orders
ley can handle but the mlllmen feel
ire a reduction of demand will
ime if the Winnipeg organisation
tain the present prices there.
The plans contemplate the Imme-
ate invasion of the two provinces,
i retail yards being started this
sar and the number to be increased
i 500, the mills thus dealing direct-
wlth the consumer. It is thought
ie latter will save (roin 11 to $4 per
lousand through the scheme. Other
lvantages claimed (or the plan arc
lat shipments may be made to yards
hen railways are not congested and
lat odd lengths can be offered in
ie prairie provinces to better advance.
No mention is made of carrying
ie invasion into Alberta where the
ne yards are conducted satisfacto-
ly to the coast mlllmen.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
Take notice that 1 John Angus
Fergusson, of Cranbrook, occupation
Clothing Merchant, intend to apply
lor permission to purchase the fol
lowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted about 60 (eet
distant and in a northerly direction
(rom uionumont 213 on interna
tional Boundary, thence west 20
chains, thenee north 80 chains, Ihenee
east 20 chains, thence south 80 chains
to place ol commencement, containing lt.ll acres, more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator,
John Robertson, Agent.
Dated May 16th, 1910. 25-33
On Monday evening the Young
eoples' Union of the Baptist church
III hold an open air picnic social
t Bower Dell, a beauty spot on the
inks of St. Joseph creek. A fuller
inouncement will be made at the
unday services.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days from date hereof 1 intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner ol Lands (or the district of
Kast Kootenay tor a license to prospect for coal aud petroleum on thc
following described land In Block
4593: Commencing at a post i lanted
at the southwest corner ol Lot No
seven thousand two hundred and
eighty-one (7281) being the Initial
post southeast corner; thence (80)
eighty (80) chains north; thence (80)
eighty chains west; thence elgaty
(80) chains south; thence eighty (80)
chains east to point ol commencement and containing ail hundred and
forty (640) acres, more or less.
Located this 30th day of May, 1910.
T. O. PROCTOR, Locator,
25-29. James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICE ls hereby given that thir-
I days (rom date hereof I Intend to
pply to the Chief Commissioner of
I Lands and thc Assistant Commis-
oner of Lands for the district of
ast Kootenay for a license to pros-
act (or coal and petroleum on the
illowlng described land in Block
>93: Commencing at a post planted
: the southeast corner of lid ward
urtte' location being license No.
ie thousand three li'indred and
neteen (1319) situate on Kluneneb-
i Creek, being the • initial post
mthwest corner, thence north eighty
10) chains; thence east eighty (88)
lains; thence south eighty (80)
mins; thence west eighty (80)
lains to point of commencement,
id containing six hundred and forty
ires, more or less,
ocated this   3rd day of June, 1910.
G. W. LOPER, Locator,
i-29. James Fisher. Agent.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that thir-
i days from date hereol I intend to
>ply to the Chief Commissioner of
' Lands and the Assistant Commis-
oner of Lands for the district of
ast Kootenay for a license to proa-
•ct (or coal and petroleum on the
(lowing described land in Block
193: Commencing at a post planted
: the southeast corner of Edward
urtis' location being license No.
ie thousand three hundred and
neteen (1319) situate on Kisheneh-
i Creek, being the Initial post
irtheast corner; thence south (80)
ghty chains; thence west eighty
0) chains; thence north eighty (80)
ains thence east eighty (80) chains
i point of commencement, and con-
ilning six hundred and forty acres,
ore or less,
icated this 3rd day of June, 1910.
Q. W. LOPER, Locator,
i-29. James Fisher. Agent.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF EAST
KOOTENAY HOLDEN AT
CRANBROOK.
BETWEEN:—
Ellis D. Barcalow,    Plaintiff,
and
Charles E. Kunsch, Dcfendent.
TO:—
CHARLES E. KUNSCH, OF
PERRY CREEK, EAST KOOTENAY
TAKE NOTICE that a plaint has
been entered and a Summons issued
against you in the above County
Court by Ellis D. Barcalow, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, for
(1) The dissolution of a certain
mining partnership,
(2) A declaration that he Is entitled to the ownership of certain
machinery purchased by you as his
agent or trustee,
(3) Repayment of the sum ot
$700.00, moneys of the plaintiff misappropriated by you for his costs of
this action; and an order baa been
made that the publication of a No
tlce of the entry of such plaint in
the Cranbrook Prospector, shall be
deemed to be good and sufficient
service of the summons upon you.
You are    required to    enter   the
dispute note within 12 days from the
date of this publication, at the offlce
of the Registrar of     this   Court   at
Cranbrook, B. C, and If you do not
so enter such dispute note judgment
may be signed against you, and the
Plaintiff may proceed to execution.
STEPHEN H. HOSKINS,
Deputy Registrar.
This Notice   was issued     this llth
day ol June, 1910, by Oeorge Herbert
Thompson, whose address (or service
ls Reid Block,     Baker   street, Cranbrook, B. C. 25-26
ORANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that thir-
daya from date hereof I Intend to
iply to the Chief Commissioner of
Landa and tbe Assistant Commis-
oner of Lands for the district of
ist Kootenay for a license to pros
et for coal and petroleum on the
llowing described land in Block
93: Commencing at a post planted
. the northweat corner of Lot No.
ven> thousand two hundred and
(hty-two (7282) being the initial
ist northeast corner; thence eighty
0) cbains aouth; thence eighty (80)
aim weat; thence eighty (80)
alns north; thonce eighty (80)
ains east to point of commence
mt, and containing alx hunhred
id forty acres, more nr less.
Mated this 30tb day ot May, 1910.
JAMES  FISHED,   Locator.
-29.
ORANBROOK  LAND    DISTRICT
District of Kast Kuotenay
Take notice that I, Mrs. Sadie J.
cFarlane of Cranbrook, I). ()., negation Married Woman, intend to
iply for permission to purchase thr
llowing described lands: Commenr-
g at a post planted on the west.
ink of the Moyie river one chain
links eaat of the N. E. corner ot
it No. 9797, thence west (30) chains
ence north (16) chains more or less
i south corner of Robertson's pinnae, thence eaat (15) chains more
1 lesa to west line of J. Robertson'
e-emption, thence south (10) chains
ore or less to the S. W. corner of
Robertson pre-emption, thence
st (12) chains more or less, thence
nth (5) chains to point of com-
encement, containing 35 acrea more
' leas.
SADIE   J.  MCFARLANB,
Thomas Cadwallarder, Locntor
ited April, 26, 1910. 22-30
ORANBROOK LAND   DIOTRIOT.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District of   East Kootenay.
Take notice tbat I Daniel Charles
McDonald of Kingsgate, B. C, occupation telegraphist, intends to apply for permission io purchase tbe
'ollowtng described lands: Commencing at a pnst planted at tbe southeast corner of P. R. 1074; thence
north 30 chains, thence east 20
jhains, more or less, to the Moyie
,'iver, thence down the right bank of
the river to tbe point of commencement.
Daniel Chnrles McDonald.
Agent for John Robertpnn.
Dated March It, 1910. lt-M
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
I Henrietta M. Tyson, of Trail, B.
0., housekeeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
lescrlbed lands:— Commencing at a
Post planted at the southeast corner
>f Lot 7287, being the southwest
corner: tbence north 80 chains;thence
ast 80 chains; thence south 80
•tiiilns; thence west 80 chains to tbe
loint of commencement, containing
'140 acres more or less.
Henrietta M. Tyson, Locator,
F. R.  Anderson,  Agent
Dated 6th March, 1910. 17-25
NOTICE.
I, Edgar S. Home, intend to ap
ply for permission to purchase twenty (20) acres nf land bounded as follows: Commencing at a pnst situated
at the south end of an Island In the
Kootenay river opposite Lot 324;
thence In a northerly direction following the east shore line of the Is
laud, to the south-east corner of Lot
10,095, thence west to the southwest
enrner of Lot 10,095, thence fn
southerly direction tollowing tbe
shore of the Island to point of commencement.
JAMBS BEECH,
Agent for Edgar S. Home
Dated April 15, 1910. 79-17
HARVEY,   McCARTF.R,
and   MACDONALD,
Barristers nnd Solicitors,
RANBROOK, B.C.
NOTICE.
NOTICB Is hereby given that SO
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate In tbe district of
Southeast Kuotenay, British Cnlunf
bia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at
post planted at or near seven milea
due eaat of the 35 mile post on C. P.
R. survey line, which Is tbe western
boundary of Lot 4598, and being the
southeast corner post of Paul A.
Paulson's claim, thence north eighty
(80) chainB; tbence west eighty (80)
chains; thence smith eighty (80)
chains; thence eaat eighty (80) chains
to the point ot commencement, mak-
640 acres more or less.
Located this 29th day nf January,
1910.
PAUL A. PAULBON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.    Butts, Wltnesa.        22-36
Ml! NT SALE
The first two days of our Great Hurry Out Sale has demonstrated to the people in
and out of town that THE PRICE OF GOODS is the only medium by which merchandise
can be quickly reduced.   This sale will last for some days yet and to convince everybody
that we mean business we give below a list of
FDBHITDRE IT SPECIAL PRICES
which is the only argument we can advance, and you have only to come to our store, with the thousands of others, to be convinced, and pleased with the many opportunities here to save money. Every
article in our store has been substantially reduced, in many cases below cost. While it is impossible
for us to list every article on sale, we know the prices given on this sheet is enough to persuade any
reasonable person that no such bargains were ever offered before to the people of this district.
Mattresses
No. I regular #4.00 $3.25
No. 1 3 feet, regular $3. 75    3.00
No. 6 regular $5.75    4.65
No. 4 regular $f5.oo  II.00
Iron Beds
No.   60 Regular $4,00 $2.95
No. 110 Regular   6.25    4 50
No. 129 Regular 11.00    8.20
No, 1728 Brass, regular $34.00 24.00
Couches
No.   7 6 feet long, 24 inches wide, velour cover, regular $8.50 $545
No. 11 6 feet long, 26 inches wide, velour cover, spring edge, regular $13.00    8.50
No. 15 6 feet long, 28 inches wide, green verona cover, regular $17.00 13.00
No. 18 6 feet long, 28 inches wide, axminster rug cover, plush trimming, spring edge
regular $24.00 17.50
No. 6 Leather, Oak Frame, very large, regular $34.50 26,00
Bed Lounges $13.00       Davenports 24.00
Bed Springs
No. 7 regular $5.00 $3.75
No, 9 regular   6.00    4.25
No. 2 regular   4.00    3-oo
No. 17 Childs'Iron Cribs, drop sides,   brass
trimmed, on sale $7-05
Kitchen Chairs 55c
Oil Window Shades, standard size 3x6
eacli 25c
Extension Tables
No. 8 S. Oak legs and top. extends 6 feet, regular $12.00 $ 9.00
No. 504 S. • Oak legs and top, extends 6 feet, regular   17.00    12.50
No. 6 Solid Quartered Oak, round, 8 feet, top slightly damaged, regular price K24 now.,. 14.90
No. 530 Mission finish, pedestal legs, massive heavy table, regular prices $41.00 now .... 25 60
No. 531 Same as above, in Golden Oak, Quartered.    Hurry out sale   24.60
Rockers
Wood, Quartered Oak, shape seat..
Mission Rocker, leather seat	
— 75c
..$2.25
..  4.95
ll.R'i
We are showing over 50 designs of up-to-
date rockers, price of all, full 20 per cent less
than you can purchase them elsewhere.
Morris Chairs
Our stock of Morris Chairs is the largest
and best assorted in the district and the price
now is most attractive.
No. 8 Oak frame, green velour cushions,
spring seat, regular price $15.00 now.$9.75
No. 220 Oak frame, leather cushion, spring
seat, regular price $24.50 now $l(i.9()
Dining Room Chairs
No. 60 all wood, golden finish, regular $1.50 $1.0(1
No. 107}4 Solid Quartered Oak, leather seats, set of 6, regular $32.50 24.50
No. 3 Solid Quartered Oak, cain seats, set of 6, regular $26.75 18.00
No. 115 Solid Quartered Oak, leather seats, set of 6, regular $28.00 22.50
Dresser and Stand
Our best seller, regular price $12.75 for
the two pieces, on sale $9-00
This dresser and stand has a golden finish,
bevel plate mirror 12x24, three drawers in
dresser, door and drawer in stand,
Parlor Center Tables
Our stock in this line is large and well selected, ranging in price front $1.50 to $7.85.
Special No. 672 solid quartered oak, size
24x24 $3.85
Best Values Ever Offered
Your time will be well spent by investigating the offers we are making. Wc are determined to clean out, at least, half of our stock by July ist, and have spared no trouble in arranging our stock, paring prices and furnishing the help to demonstrate to all antl sundry that we
mean business.
CB1NBR00K JO-OPBIATITE STORES The
Monarch
Malleable
Iron Range
PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing   and   Heating  Engineers
"THE RANGE STORE"
IIS A CLASS BY THEMSRLVE8...FIRST-CLASS
McC-Jary's
Famous
Sask-Alta
and Koote-
nayRanges
.••  __   £
Choice Cantaloupes at  Stewart's
C   t'   Lucas ol   Vancouver, wan tu
tbe city Priday,
LOCAL   NEWS.
• * * •-• jsi^^^.f^fVi^*-* • •••■♦>
Fresh    Haaelwood     buttermilk   at
Stewart's,
w.  H   Wtlaon was nt Wycllffe Prl
day on business.
w. s, Keay, ol Pernle, was tn the
city   Wednesday.
Capt.  Thurolil      left   on  Wednesday
lor  Windermere.
<.'. i). McNab, ot Waldo, is trans
acting business In the city today
! Mi and Mrs Chris Oswald, of st
John, Wash , are the guests ot Miami Mrs   Lester Clapp,
Just received, another carload ol
Southern Manitoba potatoes, the
best 111 the market EQaal Kootenay
Produce &  Provision  House
P..Welch, B Burns, and ,i. Jordan
contractors on the Kootenay Central
railway, and their foreman J, Oftlla
lian are stopping at the Cranbrook,
Dr. Green haa placed hu sew auto
in commission
L   McLaughlin ol   Mai yavllle   wns:
in the city   Tuesday
im   Connolly    went  to Ryan   Wad
nesday on protasafona) busiaeaa
R   0   Benedict returned Wednesday
Irom n bualnam trip to Spokane
w    McKtnnon returned mi Tuesday
Horn a three months tt p east
Vic  Rollins ret ttrned Tuesday from
u business trip to northern points,
K    .1    Clayton   Ol     Marysville    was
transacting business in the city Mon
	
Go   to   Stewart's
lot
ebon-,
Toma
Frank Dickinson,  of
Jaflray
was in
toes, Cucumbers, tit
ecu
on.
ins and
e city 1 hursday.
Radishes
Tu KENT Bachelors apartments.
Apply  to  BEATTY.
H    Bennett      and   P.   C,   Morns   of '
Nelson were in the city Wednesday.
_s	
P. Woods k Co., have received two
carloads of tine beef cattle tins week
The Knights of Columbus will bold
a  meeting  on   Monday  tbe 20th   inst
Choice Cherries, Peaches. Plums
and  Apricots at  Stewart's
Thos. D. Caven. M, P, P., returned
to the city Tuesday from tbe coast.
A, C. Pye has purchased the premises now occupied by the Imperial
Bank.
C. M. VanWormer and family re
turned Thurs-day from a trip to Montana.
F. Derosler, of Jaflray was in the
city   yesterday   on   business.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hall will
spend the summer at Dr, Hall's
ranch.
P. Woods is building a handsome
residence on his ranch at Cherry-
creek.
H. Stivens nf the Taylor Lumber
Co., was in the city Monday on
business.
Hnzelwooil Ice Cream at Stewart's
strawberry and vanilla flavors.
J. W. Fitch, and Harry Dlmmlcto,
oi Moyle were in the city Tuesday
on business,
Next week will he the banner week
of this month for weddings. Listen
for the bells.
BORN. On Bald Hill, Thursday,
June Kith, to Mr. and Mrs. McMul-
lan, a daughter.
J. Brault left on Thursday for
Spokane to bring his children home
for the summer.
.       >
Angelus Marshmallows and Maraschino cherries at Stewart's.
T. Grahan, of Michel, was in the
city We'dnesdMiy, having business at
tho government oflice.
The best butter in town at the,
the East Kootenay Produce & provision House,
Wl H, Bell and wife of Elko, Nevada, were in the city for a few
days this week.
Miss Edith McBride and Miss Myra
Glasgow left on> Sunday last for a
holiday at the coast.
Constable J, Walsh, of Fort Steele
was in the city during the early
part of this week.
Lime Juice. ond (unfermented)
Tokay wine at Stewart's; Just the
thing (or invalids.
Constables Ad ney nnd Aston left
Sunday last for Nelson with prisoners for New Westminster,
J. Wright of Rossland, H, n. Rally, E, Moore and D, Goufell of Moyle were  in  the elty   Wednesday
Mi ^ It Mather nnd daughter, and
Mt nnd Mrs p Jenson of Fort
Steele were In the city Monday.
Do yon wanl a good buggy or
wagon9 We hnve it East Koote
nny Produce & Provision House
J R McNab and family have returned from Medicine Hat and are
occupying their residence on Baker
Hill.
J. H, McDonald, manager of the.
of the Wentworth Hotel Iftft. on
Thursday for a few weekn holiday
at   the roast
J   Stanley, of Calgary; l, Stocketrt
nf Hosmer; nnd J M Doyle of NH
non, were registered at. the Own
brook Thursday,
KTDDO stallion; n four yrnr old,
chestnut, weighing 1,100 pounds, will
stand at  the Crnnhrook stables
11. MOLI.WR
RJntrAnco examinations were held
In the Public School this week under
the supervision of Inspector A. Sullivan of Nelson.
Miss Corbett ol Creston bas ar
rived in the city to reside with her
brothers tbe Messrs Herbert aud
Norman Corbett of The Cranbrook
Sash \-  Door Companj
FOR SALE Home with all conveniences; turnlshed or unfurnished.
Rea* (table price: easy terms; apply
to W M Pettlt Baker Hll„ Arm
strong  avenue.
TO RENT, furnished rooms, all
vnveiuences. private home, apply to
L'he 1 rospectot office.
J W Whiteley. ol Vancouver, provincial grand organizer of the
Orange Order, who has been here for
the pnst two weeks assisting the local lodge, left on Sunday for Creston,
Word was received Thursday morning by J. W. Cross, machinist for C.
P R. ol the death of his father John
Cross of Winnipeg, Mr. Cross lett
on the afternoon tram to attend the
Luneral.
We are headquarters for all your
wants. East Kootenay Produce &
Provision  House.
Thos. D. Caven, M. P. P. and Mrs-
Caven, leave on Sunday for Vancott
ver. Mrs. Caven's health has not
Ibeen satisfactory for some time and
it is hoped that a change will he of
benefit to her.
Dr. Sawyer, Principal ol Okanagan
College, Summeiiand, B. 0 , will
visit Cranbrook next week and address a meeting in the Paptlst
Church on Friday evening to which
the public nre cordially  invited.
Information is wanted as to the
whereabouts of Alonzo J. Cross, to
estate of late John Cross, master
blacksmith of C. P. R., Winnipeg.
Please forward any information to
The Prospector, or J. W. Cross,
Oranbrook, B. C. 3t*
The East Kootenay Produce &
Provision House have opened up
their new snow room with a complete line of the celebrated Tudbopc
buggies and Fish wagons. The new
storerooms are a credit to Mr. Murray and a benefit to the city.
Read my advertisement which appears in another column and give us
a call. East Kootenay Produce &
Provision House.
Frank Giddings ami son Fred, of
Granny, P. Q., was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Morton on Thursday.
Mf. Gidding ls a member ol the firm
of H. and F. Gidding & Co., manufacturers of all kinds of chairs and
baby carriages.
Headquarters for Creston straw
berries. Leave your orders for preserving. Shipments arrive dally nt
Stewart's.
Word was received here on Sunday
of the death of Mrs. EQ, L. POBBmoro,
formerly of this city, in Spokane.
] Mrs. J L. Boyce, and Mrs. E Wil-
■ liams, of this city are daughters ol
Mrs. Passmore. Mr. Boyce and Mm.
> Williams left on Wednesday to attend the funeral.
I Some party or parties unknown,
1 broke into E. H. Brown's tobacco
store between two o'clock and day-
I light on Monday morning. Evidently all they were alter was cash as
they left the stock entirely alone, and
owing to a system adopted by Mr.
Brown only secured ahout $7.
i R, S. Aiklns, of Thc Palm,leaves
In a few days for Calgary to secure
an Ice Cream freezing plant. "Boh- '
hie" believes in keeping up with the
times, and his Ice Creum parlor is a
nice cozy retreat. As soon as tho
plant is installed Mr. Alkins will
mamifacture his own ice cream.
NOTICE- -In connection with my i
sewing; 1 wlll do washing nnd iron- j
ing at my home. Particular attention to gentlemen's work. Mend
Ing extra, Mrs, Isabel Butler, Um
I don CO on ('lark avenue, south of
LewiH Htreel,,
Thn bane hall     club have made ar- I
rangetnonts to    play a   gnme     with !
don/aga College on     Monday   next.
This hns ontailed a guarantee of $75. |
The boys     have been     furnishing uh
with good     ball  this     yoar anil  we J
should show our appreciation of thin
hy helping them out     with a liberal |
donation.      Every  body     enme   nml
boost this game. I
Harry Dlmmock, manager of tho
Vurora Mine, Moyic, was In town
Wednesday on business.
J ii. McCallum St Co., are Improving the appearance of their store
front  with a coat of paint.
FOR SALE. A three i'ol! mangle,
m good condition, hand power. Apply at Prospector Office.
The annual Ice Cream social of the
Band of Hope takes place Saturday,
June ISth. Those entitled to tako
part m it. having attended eight
limes since the peanut social, some
thirty or forty children, have been
rehearsing for some weeks. The
parents are requested to send liberally of cake nnd sandwiches as the
fragments remaining will be sent to
a poor family. All members of the
Band of Hope are requested to be
present next Monday as that wlll be
the last meeting of the year, and a
present will be given to each child.
Arrangements have beea completed
for an Orange celebration in this
city on the 12th of July. Lodges
from Creston, Fernie and Lethbridge
will be in attendance, and the local
lodge No. 1871 are doing everything
in their power ,to make this a success. Provincial Grand Organizer,
J. Whiteley has been a great help in
building up the local lodge, and it Is
now one of the strongest fraternal
organizations in the city. The local lodge will attend divine service
in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday July 10th.
See G. R. Leask & Co., for plans
for spring building and be ready to
start with the opening of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Simpson, Mr.
Harry White, and Mrs. H. Y. Parker
who were delegates to the Grand
Lodge I. 0. O. P., and Rebekah's at
Kamloops returned on Saturday last
and report having a very pleasant
and profitable time. Mrs. T. S.
Gill, the other delegate is still at
Kamloops visiting friends. Mrs.
H. Y. Parker was appointed grand
treasurer of the Rebekah order. The
Grand Lodge of I, 0. O. F will meet
in this city next summer. ThiB includes tlie I, O. O. F. encampment
and Rebekah assembly, and will
mean that about 200 delegates will
be in attendance. Key City lodge
is to be congratulated on their success in getting the Grand Lodge to
meet here.
STRAW
UTS
A Straw Hat
is  one   of   the»
best     weapons 8
we know of for
beating the hot
weather.
Hot Weather
\ has opened the
ifrtvmti Hat season md we have
opened several
cases of the
finest straw hats
for the money,
it has ever been
| our pleasure to
\ offer.
When you see them
you will wonder how
we can sell them for
the price we do.
All Styles
All Shapes
in boaters and crush
shapes.
50c. to $2.50
Special     Values    in
Panamas at
$6.50 and $8.50
McCREERY BROS. ,
CRANBROOK'S DRY GOODS    I
f.    AND ClOlltING S10RES.    jjj
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„♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*>♦♦♦♦♦
Tie a String on Your Finger
or do any other old trick that
will remind you to come tn today and order a case of our
bottled aoda, rootbeer, saraa-
parilla or ginger ale.
To be Without Our Bottled
Beverages
ia not to he thought of in thla
weather. So don't forget to
order Home today. Telephone
ua if that l» more convenient.
KAST KUOTENAY
BOTTLING 00.
********************************************
CRANBROOK OPtRfl HOUSE,
SUNDAY NIGHT, June 19
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF
The National Opera Goiianu
MLLE. AIDA HEMMI
and THIRTY-FIVE ARTISTS with full Orchestra
Presenting an elaborate production of thc romantic opera
TIE BOHEMIAN KIM
Thu Tumiful Triumphs of all Opuras     '     On ri y ini; Our Own Orchestra
PRICES:
$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c.
SiTiU how on aiiln nt the BcaUli-Muipby Drug Slum
Fine mornings these to get up early.    An
Alarm Clock from us would help.
J. D. McBride
Hardware
uun
Cranbrook I . *
EaSHBK 5*l> SJsSi.   MBC!*«&£af
Ham and Baa t,
Our smoked meats arc always  l"sl   sloiili      I
are sure that if you  try  them  once. ><.,.  will  iijfrfi
with  u.t that  tliey are  tin1 besl   Hhvdi'mI   hi il    ii ns
wholesome  smoked   meats  v u   tinv   evi'i   . nien.
P. WOOD^       CO.
PHONE 57 P.     BOX   V
******** **********************
Whatever  Cut
you want, we have It—and the
best of that particular cut
too. Wc have only the bent of
everything in meats for you to
choose from and although you
can't get such choice cuts anywhere elee, you will always find
our prices surprisingly low-
Prime Ribs at 18c a pound
you cannot duplloate elsewhere, in price or quality.
Meat Providers
P. BURNS 6* CO.!
Phone 10
P. 0. Boi I     , ,
********************* *********************
If It's Paint and Painting
We are here with the Goods
If It's Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We caii'ir be beat
B. H. SHORT
Painter  and   Decorator
♦♦♦♦♦♦i
The Prospector $2 Per Year
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