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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK.   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     AUGUST   28,   1909.
No. 85
iii i tl l3
ft VERY
6RISiS
Rov. Huges Says tho Pnsa of tliu
City  has not Supporitw the
Moral anil Souial Mjiiu
Movement n it Should
tei
meeting of
ami   tl
tlw
Cllll) ^^^
would     nul   b
was not genon
meeting wus i.
Mr. Hughes
l nml commtt-
Moral Reform
;ii the general public
- admitted, in fuel It
liv known    thnt    tho
be held,
nys that   "the host, in
iltgonce
the professions, th** com-
aud tin' artlaans ul this
community were represented at that
meeting. Every shade of denominational preference, the labor unions,
mid even the whiskey trade whs represented."
Wo might ask who invited tlie ttboVo
to lie present, or why was not the
public asked to atLend and due notice glvon that it wus a
open to the general public
LORD   BERLS-
FORDJ_VI&lT
Readied Moutr.di on Thursday
After the  Toronto  Trip
Will Tour Canadian
West
nt
.1. K. Scoville ol Spokane
Cranbrook Friday,
Mis. f. 0. Tcuch of London, Ens.,
wns ii Crnnbrook visitor rtntnrtfay.
Tlie Kootenay inilinns tire quoted
.as snyiun. "Heap lazy white man -
sits down when he Hies."
I    Mr. and Mrs.  J. W, tlood ol Winnipeg spent several days in Cranbrook
this week.
A.   W.
Inndity
nieetiiii;
-Ed.
W. Ii.  Smith ol Knslo and
Newson of Hamilton spent
last nt the Cranbrook.
J. s. (lusty ol Fernie, auditor fori
P. Hums & Co., was in town Wednesday.
LflflOR MY AT
CRESTON
Elaborate Preparations Have Been
Made  for  Its   Observance
Many Sporting Events on
the Frjgram.
The Koutnays
OfHclal Bulletin No. 2^. British CoL .,    .     .
umbla hand book says that there is SSSSiTi
fifteen million acres in Kootenay east
and   west,   and   gives   the following
brief mention of tlie district :■—
Kootenay district (or 'The Kooten-
ays') forms the south-eastern portion
of British Columbia, west of the summit of the Hocky mountains, and is
drained hy the Columbia and Kootenay rivers. Enst Kootenay contains ti
large extent of agricultural land,
much of     which requires irrigation,
fruit growing and all ?™.jj:
God.
a.
Jewell of
Jaffray,
inant
mill
man, wns
In the i
nesdnj
Dear Sir: The recent petition nf a
very large proportion of the rate
payers laid before the Police Commissioners a lew days ago, praying
for the removal of the restricted dis
trict is a matter which certainly do
serves more attention from tho Press
than It has hitherto been given; particularly when we are so frequently
enjoined to "Boost Cranbrook," and
to do all In our power to advance
the best interests of our young and
growing city. The fact that ho little notice has been taken of this step
to lay more solid foundations for our
future prosperity, and to remove the
shame which for long a time bus at-   I)Ul Blutull     Ll) MlllL (1
tachod itself to this place .may have  kinQ8 o(    Rraln und vegetables.llost sentatives of the exhibition, as well j   m1bs Connolly wns
arisen from the neglect of the Reform | o| tm, land la well tlmberea nnd lum..as a number of leading citizens     ol|week wl _   ' '    '
Montreal, August 2ti Admiral Lord
Charles Beresford, who is coming out
to Canada to open the Toronto exhibition next  Mondaj,  will arrive In
I Friday evening abotit   li ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
o'clock on board the Allan'liner Vlr-I —
giniau.   ft had been expected tlmt be P. Lund, manager of     the   Crow's
would  reach    Montreal earlier lathe Nest Pass     dumber Co., of Wnrdner,
day and     arrangement for lus enter was in the city Wednesday.
tatnment bad boon made, which have ■—
now been abandoned. ,J- J- Athcrtou     and Geo. Mend of
Lord   Beresford's   stay in Montreal Creston were in town Monday boost-
will last only a few hours.   He will' in« fo1' tll(' Labor day celebration.
;i prom
Creston,
Importance
world  Wf"
that
in
hold
but suited
be met on the arrival  of the  vessel
by George   II. Gooderham, president
of the Toronto exhibition association
George nnd other repre-
Born -In Cranbrook, i
August 24, to Mr. and Mr:
a daughter.
Council in reporting the matter
from the failure of the Press to send
reporters to ojif of tlie most important meetings which the police commissioners have attended for a long
time. The best intelligence of the
Professions, the Commercial Life,
and the artiznns of this community
was represented at that meeting ;
every shade of denominational preference,   the   labor   unions, nnd even
the   whiskey     trade was represented, 1 TCnlf Ina*
-nnd to the credit of the latter, be it' mwum>
said, that some in that business have
also     added   their   names to the request that Cranbrook bo relieved    of
this     blight   and impediment to ber i
progress.   T   beg to respectfully suggest   Mr.     Editor   that a matter of;
such grave import     to this tow    s,
in my judgment, worthy of more ed-1
itorial sympathy and advice than at;
present has been forthcoming.
Permit me to point out that wo
have arrived at a grave crisis in the
history of this city. The tend nicy of
Immigration is westward, and very
properly, this district is attracting1
many of the settlers from tlie east,'
the Old Land, and the States. We
are blessed with many natural re-
sources, ami the probabilities are,
supported hy geological foi millions
which seldom do other than speak
the truth, that both coal nnd oil will
be our great nssets in a very few
years hence. The oldest inhabitant oi
Cranbrook will confess that no systematic prospecting has ever been
attempted, hence our possibilities
arc^ not to he over estimated.   There
boring is, next to mining, the principal industry. There nre considerable
areas of fertile land in West Kootea-
ay and a good deaV of it is being utilised for fruit growing. The fame ol
the Kootenay mines is world wide,
the mines being rich in gold, copper,
silver and lead, and the eatern valleys underlaid with coal and petroleum. British Columbia mining has;
reached   its highest development
visiting     t!
____1—-. , L.„      _th friends in Sirdar and On
Montreal. He will leave for Toronto
later in the evening by the G. T, K.,
travelling in a private car, which has
been placed ut his disposal hy Mr.
Hays.
On arriving at Toronto Lord Dares-: 	
ford will be escorted to Mr. Gooder- P. V. Perry of bondon, H. A.
ham's private yacht Oriole, where he Brink of Duluth, and A. W. Ncitmun
will be a guest during his stay in of Chicago, were registered at the
Toronto.   It     is expected that after j Oranbrook Friday.
] ton.
The H. 0. church is being much im
proved in appearance hy a coat u
.pnint.
and,
spending most of tho exhibition week
at Toronto Lord Beresford will leave
for a tour of the Canadian west.
pie in every way. He would be missed, but his fellow workers would feel
honored in knowing that he was
planning a course of training for
larger service in the work of the gospel. Mr. Charles Shepherd followed
with further remarks of appreciation,
when Miss Jean Bridges the secretary
presented Mr. Toser with a handsome
leather suit case as a slight token of
the appreciation nnd regard in which
he nnd Mrs. Tozer were held by their
fellow workers.
Mr. Tozer replied in a few well
chosen and appropriate words of
farewell, after which nil joined in
the hymn  "God he  with you  till   at-
o  meet  again."     Rev,   I).   E9.   Hatt      ol
Vancouver was present and addressed
promising  town  of the company.   He also delighted   the
the   fruit growing^young people     with a couple of his
__^^^__^_        its annual celebra-   popular  recitations.  Mr.   Hatt   will be
ty" Wed-1 tlon on Labor day, Monday, Septeiu- p most welcome guest should he \ is
jber 6,   In previous years Creston has  it these friends again.
1 held its celebration on Dominion day     Mr. and Mrs. Tozer left tins week
but this date conflicted with the met    for their New Brunswick home where
cenary     interests  of the district  Iiy  they  will  visit for a   while.   Mr,  To
reason    of     the fact that the straw-  7,er     will     then  persue his proposed
berry season     is then iu full swing,  course of training in Brandon college,
The success of the strawherry season Manitoba.     He expresses    himself as
inenas a very great deal to Creston, eager to return to British Columbia,
in the first place because it has a le- his adopted province, as the country
putatlon     to     uphold as the banner L(f the greatest opportunity for a use*
berry district of     Kootenay and s-ec- Jul career     for him.   In  Mr. Toner's
ondly because it     brings wealth     to departure,   Cranbrook   loses a  qulot,
this growing town directly and indir-  hut  industrious  nnd  devoted  citizen,
ectly.   There is     small wonder there- respected and esteemed  in the   whole
fore, that the business heads of Ores- neighborhood,
ton have taken advantage of the fact  ■—
that no     town along the Crow will .MOORS AVOW WILL DRIVE SPAN
celebrate on Labor Day, and so they
.vill Oil the gap. W^^ ^^^^^^
Thuuks to judicious advertising we Madrid, Aug. 27 Special despatch
have come to look on Creston as a es received here from Melila, Morocco
point of more than ordinary import- say that the Moorish chiefs, aftei
ance in tlie fruit growing world. It further consideration of the commun
is yet a baby in short frocks in this icution from Sultan Mulai Halid re
respect,  but.  what a lusty youngster ([nesting them to close  their host'l
60NSERVflTIV&
MEETINGS
Seniors Hold Meeting on Monday
Evening -Juniors Meet in the
Edisun  Theatre   Have
Enjoyable Time.
u Tuesday,
i. T. Cavin,
ISII   BEYOND  MELILA.
 ) a consequence,
j many     prosperous     towns and cities
i have  been  established.   The develop-:.,       ,    ._    ,   ,,~~      _ ...
ment of the   Crow's Nest coal' fields '■ Unada HOlQS tbe Key Competition
and     the   activity    in metalliferous
mining has caused a rapid increase in
population, especially  in East Koot
onny, whore it is estimated to
more than doubled since 1901.
ORANBROOK
have
for Goal of the Urows Nest Pass
(By Special  Correspondent.)
it is only of     late that our good
neighbors to the south have begun to
^_^_^^^^___ appreciate that they have everything
it also says, thut "Cranbrook is alto gain and nothing to lose hy     tho
divisional  point  of  the Crow's Nest j removal of duty on coal. Incidentally
Nest  railway,   is  pleasantly situated i they  have     discovered  that  Canada
in the     fertile valley  which lies be- i holds    the key to the coal situation
bwoen the Selkirk and Rocky mount-1 with  her     Immense deposits in the
ains.   It is the     principal lumbering j Crow's Nest iJass district of  South-
point     in     East Kootenay, its four ern Alberta and British Columbia,
sawmills having a capacity of about j    If the truth     were known there is
1(10,000 feet per day.   Tbe city has a ] considerably   more   American   capital
number,of good stores, banks, church- Invested in this section than British
es, hotels, and is very prosperous and | or Canadian, whffch fact all the more
progressive",                                      _  ; emphasises the point that the Pacific
 "*"  | Northwest    depends largely on     the
IS NOT COMINU ! °52 f0F JJf mfc f coal.
One of the revelations of the year
A. B Cameron, Montreal, A. W. j it *H- Jt bits all the attributes of ties against the Spaniards, finally de-
Johnson of Vancouver, and W. J. j soil ami climate that go towards the cided to continue the war until the
McLennie of Winnipeg, were guests at upbuilding of a great and prosperous Spaniards were driven from all pos
the Oranbrook Sunday last. ; centre.   Singularly free from summer sessions beyond Melila.
'frost,     its climate is one that must     Later.- The    Moors  attacked   Sidi-
never be passed     over ; and tho soil musa ana other of the advance Spun-
principally alluvial  with a clay sub- ish positions Wednesday evening. The
paytri-  Spanish artillery     replied vigorously
hute to. and the Moors     sustained  numerous
Creston's celebration this year will losses.   The steamer Sevllln tins    lobe    more   pretentious than hitherto,  day   transported     two companies of
ln keeping with the increased import- chasseurs to Restinga.
ance of   the town and district it has
shaken  off  the  long  frocks of  babyhood and launched out on its own as
a determined competitor in tht fight
for recognition     as a fruit growing
district, and we all know with what fire at
groat success   its yearnings have been  valley
J. R. Woods, of the Calgary Cattle |
Co.,  left on Thursday  for Nelson to ■—.^^^—™
take a position as salesman with the  soil, is such that experts
I'. Burns Co.
The moving picture show at the
Edison Theatre has been a great success this week, and the pictures are
real good,
N. Newland of the Lackawann railway company passed through Cranbrook Thursday on his way west. He
was accompanied hy Mrs. Newland.
THRICATKNKB WITH   DKBTRUC
TtON.
Vosemlte, Pal,, August tl   A
the entrance of the Yo
threatens  destruction
for--s|
icmitc
The city band has been engaged to
furnish music at Creston on Labor
Day, also an application from Fernie
for the same day has been received.
G. H. Tyndall of Toronto, H. Gra-
m^m^^^^^_^^^^m^_^^mi^^^m^^^^^^^^^    cy of Fernie and W. A. Crowe of To-
,, urn noTn Tollman writ  vrvpiWftfi tho opening    up of six immense}ronto,  were at the Cranbrook Tnes-
R \\lLblUl)LAtjRlMlWILLNOT]seamH ,)y thfl McGilUtfray Creek Coal: day.
Sz Coke Company,    Ltd.   This cotnp-,     , ,	
holdings     represent a total of I   c !t>' road mcu IU'e engaged in grad-
r0UR THE WEST THIS FALL.
Wilfrid  Laurier
not
^"Y n,     iio-i.^ot ,imiw thnt    the 1 west this fall.   The report that
ftbt the slightest ;|;;u,^.,i|;'ltMalty^ premier intended to visit the new por
oming|a»yfl_
tho 12600 acres of coal land lying directly I%% ,   Armstrong     avenue this week.
111 ■■        •     ■•      "--...-.      n-i.—1.  Work  on  Cranbrook  street  will     be
nnd
tions of the dominion has been
circulation in the press of late
eminated from Ottawa.
In consequence of this tho secretary of the Nelson and District Canadian club tendered him nn invitation to be the guest of the club hero
at a luncheon ill his honor on the oc
finitely that   it would be impossible
for him to visit the west this year.
MAY AE CHIEF
SAID THAT W. 0. WELLS WILL BR
LIEUTENANT (JOVERNOR.
gravel roaches of ^^^^^^^^^
liver are    auriferous ; the formation
of    the     scarped cliffs within a few
miles of Cranbrook also indicate tbe
precious    metal,   and     all who have
been into the  Klondyke regions  will
be willing     to agree as to the similarity of the formation. 1 firmly believe that a dredge would pay handsomely at     favorabfe places betwe. n casloll of his proposed visit
Marysville     and      Mission. The fa<-t      Yesterday,  however,  a  leti
that     free     gold is being recovered Sir Wilfrid  was received stating de
along streams that  are tributary to ''"'*"1*' M,n*    u  """
the   waters     in     question, is strong
presumptive evidence  in favor of my
contention.   I lind also that tho conditions are  very  favorable to asbestos, and it would be no surprise    to
hear at any time of such discovery.
Now sir, if such are the conditions,
optimistic and healthy as tliey are,
I venture to say again that we have
arrived at a grave crisis regarding
our future. The present state of affairs iu the restricted district defies
progress, and tills with shame eveiy
would-he home seokor who thinks of
locating amongst us. Men with families pass us by, and for a very good
reason. Our city, , sir, can never
come into Its own unless it does
some house cleaning and if it is wise
ft will do It at once. Those who
have been blessed with an elementary
'alucatlon will know, without want.-
. ,; to argue, that the present Condi-
ons are enough to drive nwny, and
keep   from     coming  in,  the families
that are the main stay ol a commun-,....	
Ity. I plead for the sympathy of the Jewell visited Selkirk Lodge A.F
general public on the matter. Our * M - ' M—•'<« — wnA»0„A.,„ M
authorities should have their hands
strengthened. This is a matter In
which our hoys and girls must lie
protected at all costs ; we me build
ing tine of the finest schools west, of
Winnipeg, and enst of Vancouver.
With what mockery will anxious parents seeking to locate here view this
modern equipment of education, if
they know that within the very limits of the city, and impudently and
brazenly on our very front street
near the railway line as large a plant
exists to destroy and defame ! Tbe
thing Is grotesque to say the least ;
any man who has travelled Is dnzod
and amazed at. our inert stupidity.
The feeling In Cranbrook at the present time Is happily indicative of a
speedy redemption from the curse
which for so long has hampered us.
To talk of boosting Oranbrook while
such conditions prevail is to expect,
healthy citixens who drink from a
pool which breeds typhoid fever. Any
man who Is truly interested in   this   ^	
city will work with nit his manhood stl'Oyotl hy fire on Monday
for an     immediate  riddance of  thin     The alarm was given at half
nuisance,     and     by so doing he will  ten     and *
lift the price of real estate, he    will promptly
add to the income of the tradesman,
he Will route     out of town the dead
heads who live   on the immoral gar
huge,     and   above   alt, he will make
man walk to purity, prosperity    and
clean paths along which our children
honor.
I am dear     sir, yours for n  truly
prosperous city,
ROBERT  IIIKJHRS
Crnnhrook, August 23rd, 1909.
commenced next week.
Victoria, August 2C-W, 0. Wells of
Nelson will be the next Lieutenant
Governor of British Columbia, according to authentic advices received
here today.   Hon.    James Dunsmuir,
t he  present     incumbent,  asked some     _^^^__^_^^^_^_^_
two months ago to be relieved and it j teution of local capital to
is     likely     that his resignation will i and demonstrate the security and op-
take effect  in about tive weeks time. . portunity for unusual profit in     the
Mr. Wells was commissioner of lands conl fields of the nek western provln-
and works in the     Dunsmuir govern-; ees.
ment and Prior     governments    from1  _~. _	
111,11 '"im.:  Additional Locals
AMONO THE 01UFT.                                      —o—
District l)i'i'uty-"iraml   Miwtcr   A.! ,]'• OnmPbo'l nf Moylo wn« In tin,
11. ITonwIck,    accompanied    byJ'iirt|dtV ™n"»y tart,	
north    of    the   Canadian    Railway
tracks.   The property in estimated by j 	
competent engineer*, to contain     in     MrH   „ob(,rt D h   h     he
excess of -seventy- lve mil ion tons of i        ,     ,    llovrlo|)in   tnc Gum „,„.„
coal.   The    machinery    is last, bems ^            t     J ,»„, H        „    „
installed by    the   McGilllvray Creek  ,,   onP Wednesday for her Homo    in
people  and   construction of coke ov-  a„„ PranoIsc0i
ens will begin early tins fnll. 	
Rumor has it that the entire out- k. McOmldcn of Vancouver, W. Bry
put of this coal mine has been con- de,, „i Toronto, IV. (J. McMillan of
traded for by one of the new trans- Montreal, H. r>. Young of Nelson nnd
continental railroads, all of whom w. t. Watson of Hosnier were guests
are    known    to    have their eyes „n nt ,|„. Crnnbrook Thursday.
promising property in the Crow dis-1 	
trict. Certain it is that the prcpar-1 W, H. Harvey of London, Wm.
ntions of the company indicate an. Henderson ol Victoria, J. H. Wilson
extensive scale of marketing, both for of Spokane, J. Irvine of Nelsuti, I.
the coal and coke. M. Young of Brandou and G. N. Bur-
A new town to be called Carbon- ton of Edmonton, were registered at
dale, has been platted at a point on the Crnnbrook Tuesday,
the   railroad    where the McGilltvrny. 	
Creek Coal and Coke Company are A smooth "guy" dressed us n lum-
installing their plant, and houses berjack, was successful in socurlng
will be built for the employees on aboUt $350 hy forging the name of
easy terms by the Townsite Coin- 'V K- w»"s of Wattsburg, to live
puny, ft is such enterprises as these cheques. Tho cheques were cashed at
that nre gradually attracting the nt- " number of places in town, and one
this iiold, '" Moyle,
crowfled. big tree   grove known as the Merced
There are hundreds in Crnnbrook group, one of the world's most lain
who have never yet visited this much „us col.ections ol sequoias. The flam-
advertised district, but it will lie no fS momentarily menaced the hotel at
fault of the Creston celebration com- Klportul, a one hundred thousand
mittec if a large crowd does not dollar frame structure which is lil'ed
avail itself ol the opportunity offered with summer visitors. Sparks from
on Labor day.   Creston is arranging a freight engine started tlie (Ire.
a special train which will also con- —■ ■	
voy     there     tbc Cranbrook Baseball CAIK1HT   CAMOItUA.
club and the Cranbrook Brans Band. ~~n—
On that day Cranbrook fans will London, August 27 A dispatch from
wilness upon neutral ground the fart- J}""™ to the Daily Ohronlclo says the
est ball game ever played in the Koo- Marquis Allaitati, tlie newly instill
tonays. The Moyie team, fresh from,1*1 supreme head of tlie Naples 0am
their grout victories at Nelson and.111'1'", and twenty-three „l the thirty-
In the boundary country, will once [""r K''1""1 councillors who elected
again meet the Cranbrook boys in a >llm, wore arrested Inst night hy Hie
game which practically carries with Neapolitan carabinieie (luring n sup-
it this year the championship of tbc.ul'r wllidl m* helll to celebrate Ins
Interior ol British Columbia. succession to the    chlofshlp, formerly
Besides     the   attraction mentioned  '"'1(1 "V "rricone,
there will be a series ol horse     and „     ,   ,    ,      „C  "~.
pony races which includes a free for Pre80ytenail Otlliroll.
all.   There will he a tug of war, Ores-  o	
ton against the world, which Is go-     „     , lcM „B     „ ,   , |ml|,
ing some. There will also he Indian L, wfllcb ,„,. pnstoI, ,.x|1,,.ls ,„ „,,,„,,.
pony races, and several events hnve „ ,„ »,M „t ,, ov , 9e|.v.
been arranged for the squares .     „t 7.V  Sunday school  meets al
Another important even   advertised, t ,,„,.,     All u„t
Tho owmbera of the Senior Conservative Association held a very sntis-
lactorj meeting in Mighton's Hall
on Monday evening, Mr. A. E.
Watts, president of the association,
wan in tho clmir und there wus a
large attendance, and every man present was a worker and will remain
true to his colors.
(in motion tlie executive committee
was increased to twelve, and the following gentlemen were added to the
commfttec : R, s. Garrett, B. H.
Short. A. U. Grace, It. P. Moffatt,
.1 D McBride, J. Blaney and J.
Hull.
The report of the executive committee regarding the arrangements
for securing names on the new voters' list was presented and adopted,
A number of voters as deputy commissioners to take names of voters
have been submitted to Victoria with
the request for their appointment,
and tiiese men will be at work shortly
Several other matters of internal
Interest were disposed of and the
mooting adjourned.
At nine p. m. on Wednesday evening the young Men's Conservative
Association held a social meeting.
There was a large attendance. President G. 11. Thompson presided, and
called  the assembly to order.
The first number on the program
was a banjo solo by Wm. Steward.
This was greeted with applause nnd
an encore tailed for.
A quartette composed of Messrs.
Skinner, Houston, Hums und Fer-
gusBon sang "Tlie old rustic bridge
by the mill." The excellent rendition
of the song called forth "Ye Rraes
and Dells of Bonnie Doom"
President  A.  K.   Watts of the sen-
or Conservative Association then nd-
he{dressed the meeting, giving the young
Work on the new school house is
progressing rapidly. The roof timbers ure being     placed, and it Is ex-
is a single handed rock drilling contest, which will doubtless secure a
large entry from Moyie and Cranbrook.
There will be a series of athletic
events that will appeal directly to
local athletes, and all visiting children will be specially entered for.
Let's all go ! We mast all remember    that     our    fall fair is fast up-
Yoiing   People's  Guild   on   Tuesday
evening at eight.
A welcome is extended to all.
COUNTBSS TOURS KOOTKNAV
The Countess of I-uverhorough am
Major and Mrs. Combe ol Londi a
Rnglnnd, who have spent the patfi
ten days toring Kootenay, accompan
preaching and if we support Creston led hy* H.  Grant Thorold of Winder-
they will reciprocate.   As the dodgers  mere, have left for the coast.
say : "All Crnnbrook will be at Cri
ton on Labor Day," let us look     up
pected that the building will he elos-1 tlie town on September (5th and hike
ed in ready for the lathers and plast- j to this land of promise.
erera   sometime   during    the coming I ■	
week. DIES UNREPENTANT
TALLYHO OVERTURNED.
INJIIUKD   IN   SMASH
SIX
men some good advice on the question
of internal politics, and of them
taking an active pnrt in the politics
of the district.
Mr. .1. Burns then sang* "Tober
Murray." followed by "A Bonnie
Lassie," Mr. Burns sang well and revived a generous amount of applause
Fr?d Keeves sang the "Midship-
mite," and "Soldiers of the King."
Mr. rieeves was in excellent voice,
and his efforts were highly opplatided.
T. D. Cavin then addressed the
meeting. Mr. Cavin said, "that ns a
member of the Junior Association lie
fully concurred in what Mr. Watts
had said in respect to active work of
the young men. He also remarked
that he was the happiest mail in the
city, as a little girl bad arrived at
iiis house in the early morning.
Mr, Bannister sang "Back to the
Pines," and was rewarded with eu-
coro, which brought forth "Under
the  Rose."
G T. lingers was then called for.
He gave ilie young men some seasonable advice, told some, interesting
stories which  were much appreciated.
It 13, l-'iaser than gave a recitation ea titled, "Two weeks below
Quebec," which pleased his attentive
audience.
President G. H. Thompson announced that at tbe next meeting of the
association that the Hon. R. Fulton
minister ot lands nnd works, and A.
S. Qoodeve, M.P., would be in at
tendance,* ami address the Conservatives of Cranbrook.
Mr. Skinner then sang, "Stop yer
Tickling dock," which received an encore. Tne. meeting then closed with
tlie National  Anthem.
The amusement committee is entitled  to a  large amount  of credit for
Master M.     A. Bealo and Bro. O. G.
A.M., at Moyie ()n Wednesday evening. The principal business was tlie
installing of     officers for the ensuing
W.  H. Wilson and W.  Krlese   were
at Spokane today.
T.  Coulon and  Geo.   Marks of Toronto were In town Saturday.
A. E. Watts and E. Watts of Watts-
It is reported that Geo. R. Leask
& Co., have secured the contract for
the building of the new Imperial
Dank building. The building will be
of brick, two storeys, with a stone
foundation.
FOREIGNER CONVICTED OF SOR- a I?'"1 vifcf "' Foa,d ,,m' whed    8ank
and precipitated  the nineteen passen-
Vtctoria, August 27. By the upset- providing the excellent program, also
ting of a white tallyho six tourists carrying out of same. Mr. E. Elwell
were injured  here today.   In  passing  presided at the piano,  nnd his play-
Grand     Master  Fenwiek and Bros ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Meale ami Fenwiek     were nt Creston I burg, were in town Wednesday
• ui Thursday and  after  installing of-1
floors for the ensuing year were roy-     J<
ally entertained     by the local crafts ! Ic *
men.
P. Kariell and J, Olllls of Moy-
re in town Tuesday,
DID CRIME GOES TO SCAFFOLD.
Winnipeg, August 27-Protesting
that he wanted to die without kiss.
ing the cross and repulsing his retire city Friday. Mr. Howell has I !f*ioUfl adviser to the hist, Mike Pld-
beon engaged In doing the annual as- honey walked calmly to his death on set
sessment work on the Bluff minerartho »c,iltT»lu FP,(Leve!"nK in thfl pro" ""l1
claim,     which     Ih located on Tracy
Geo.  Howell of     Spokane was    in 1
gem onto the rogers onto the road.
LIPTON STILL WANTS MUG
Boston,   Mass.,   Aug.   27   The  mind
of Sir Thomas Upton,  despite     his
three   unsuccessful   attempts,   is   still
upon     winning of the  Aim-tic
ing wns first class and highly appre-
d.
K.
BRITISH    GOVERNOR
CANADIAN PREMIER.
Ottawa, August 2(1-A letter from a
prominent politician in England just
received here, states that, the British
government is to offer Sir Wilfrid
Laminr the position of first governor
general of Smith Africa as a tribute
to his reconciliation of races In Canadn. Sir Wilfrid refuses to discuss
tin; rumor and it is regarded ns most
unlikely that he will accept.
Hill of     Moyie was in the city
TO HONOR | Tuesday on husineHH.
G. H. Potter and D. McDonald ol
Marysville were iu the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dichen of Winnipeg were Crnnbrook visitors Sunday last.
Mr.   and    Mrs.     .]. E. Tremble
Creek. i^^^^^
J. D. Oft verb ill of Vancouver, W. C.
Leacey of Elko, C. E, Bird of Victoria, t has. IB. Wells of Seattle, F. 0,
VanGasker of Philadelphia and H. M.
Roxhridge of Brandon, were registered at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
at-
       according  to  mi   Interview  held
vlnclnl     goal.   The trap was sprung with him while abroad recently     by
by a man disguised in a heavy black  former  Mayor  John   Pitzgerald.   who
McCalliim   &   Co.   has a  very
tractive  window,   A  camp scene     Is
,f represented,  with an exhibition of all
were Crnnbrook visitors on
FIRE
Tho
was
hotel
tlon,
RAIN
AT MOYIE.
Moyie hotel   was partially  tie
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the lire brigade responded
ml did good work, and it
due    to    their efforts that the
was saved  from total dostruc
The building was insured.
QUENCHES    THE   FOREST
FIRES.
Montreal, 	
Tuesday.
W. H. Clark and W. B. Sparling of
Lindsay, Out., were Crnnhrook visitors Tuesday.
Bora At Oranbrook, on Tuesday,
August, 24th, to Mr. uud Mrs. W.
Rankin, a son.
kinds of sporting g>
your     ammunition
ripe Wednesday,
Chns,
,1. ilrowiilci
ly III at the
now on Hie i
., win. has boon serious
St. Eugene hospital, Is
mul   fo recovery.
1 Mrs. .1. I'. Fink nnd children, ■
have been making a holiday visit,
tlie nmst ret uracil li  I his week
The above communication from th •
pen of Rev. Hughes, in which he re
fers to the press of tills city Ih not
dealing fair with tne Prospector, lu
tlie first place a report of the meet.
Ing and the conclusions that were ar
rived at, were published in the Pro.^
pector of the same date as tlie meet
ing.
In the second place we were given
to understand that If waH a commit
A heavy shower fid I on Tuesday
morning extinguishing in many cases
forest fires, and saving many thou
Hand dollars worth of timber.
Forest rangers have been doing ex
col lent work during the past tWii
weeks.
SCHOOL  OPENS   SEPTKMIIER   1ST
The public schools id Cranbrook
will open on Wednesday, September
I. The trusters have secured the foi
lowing teachers : L. .1. Cranston,
principal ; Miss Caldwell, Miss Al
ward, Miss Eraser, Miss Hall, Miss
Crandall.
A. B, Atwood and Mrs. Afwood of
Moyie were Cranbrook visitors laid
Friday.
.1. Haggarl, E. II. WIIhou and M
Cochrane of Calgary, were al Ornn
brook Saturdayi
It is reporled  thai   the   of tin
new school building will he on by
Septomhot' 1st, and that plastering
win commence on thai date,
E. Richardson nt Nelson,
born ol Montreal uud F.
or Fonle were register!
Cranbrook hotel Monday.
I'\   G.
Rnynv
il   at
E. Bold of Vancouver spent
several days in town this week. Mr.
Roid wus engaged in the drug busin
ess here for several years and has
many friends here who were pleased
to see linn, and learn that he was on
the prosperous road in the terminal
eitv.
Ou the evening of the lath a quiet
hut.   happy   event   took   place  at    Ibe
limi f   Mr. and Mrs. L. Bow,   of
Scotch Square, when Mr. George E.
Carter of Wardner and Mrs. Jennie
S. Allen or this city, were united in
marriage bv the Rev. Charles King,
of the Cranbrook Dapflsf church. Mr.
Curler lei I with his bride the first of
the week for Wardner where he re
uidOd
Miss Eva M Stark, A.T.C.M., re
Hiding With her sister Mrs. (Itev.i C.
W   King, Norbtiry avenue, Is starling
klndorgnrton music class. Miss Stark
is a graduate of the Toronto College
of Music and was a successful kinder
garten teacher for Bomo years in Mint
city. She was on the staff of the
Woodstock Conservatory of Music before coming to Crnnbrook,
hand at 7.40. The executioner's identity will be kept a secret. The neck
of the victim was broken and death
was instnntaueonR. At 7,86 the. body
was cut down.
This was the climax of the sordid
crime to which Pidhoiney confessed,
He cut the throat of a sleeping companion on March i in order to obtain a small sum of money. The victim was an Illiterate Gallcian of
Johnny get the lowest type. His utter indiffer
ducks aie once as to his death caused an inquiry t. ^_^
it. wns determined that, while rrlmin
al like in many respects his sanity
could not  be questioned.
was Sir Thomas' guest.
STEAMSHIPS SJ.KS
WIRELESS   REPORT   FROM   ALAS
KA GIVES NEWS OF FATALITY
TELEGRAPHER'S MEET
A meeting of the local telegraphers
met in the committee room of the
Cranbrook hotel on Thursday after'
noon.
Operators from points along the
Crow line were in attendance. Mr. G.
Robertson, general chairman of the
order ol Telegraphers of Canada was
present.
AT  HAM-
Whether    I
farewell,   the
church     ha\
hearty  and
eniug Inst
Seattle, August 27 The Seattle
Times has received the following di;
patch by wireless Irom Ketchikan,
Alaska, dated the 27th "Steamship
Ohio sank about, midnight off Steep
. .    . ,    ., ....  point, near here.   It in believed     she
.l,r.,!!!!!!i,.\i"t,\lli.H..oin.tJ'.JM!t Struck a rock. The wireless operator
was killed and several liven were lost.
The exact number is nol known U
is believed the Humboldt and Rupert
City each have some of ibe Ohio's
passengers as they ale in the Immediate vicinity and both these vessels
have wireless. The wireless operator
who was killed was George Ecclcfl ol
Winnipeg. There is an unconfirmed
rumor that sixty ilvos were lost "
MYSTERIOUS   AIRSHIP
ii/roN,
Hamilton, August 25 An airship
that, has attained a flight of about a
mile at a time has been seen crossing
over here several times lately. The
usual time of the flight is about midnight and dawn and many beach res-
IdentH have stayed up to watch the
machine.
Farewell to Byroa A Tozer
Is iu a welcome or a
friends  of  the   Baptist
•    tlie   faculty of    being
'oidlal.   On   Monday   ev
farewell social gathering
tendered Mr. and Mrs. B. A,
To/cr at the parsonage on the eve
.if their depaiture for the east. The
evening was spent In playing Roko,
swinging and other gymnastic oxerois-
if   interest to young folks.  Mils
Victoria, later. -The scene of the
wreck of the Ohio is on Spire reel,
Caravaiisky bay, four miles east of
SwunHon bay,  FI (liny Hon channel and
followed, aluo recitations and was In British Columbia waters The
wreck is reported lying in five fnth
uiiih of water with ('apt, Johnson
and four men camped on the beach
nearby.
something refreshing for the Inner
man provided by Ibe Philatheaii
young Indies. Then more delightful
music, chiefly Scotch, by the Rura
ca's, Toward the cloflO u1 the evening Rev. Mr. Kim-., the pastor, made
u lew warmly worded remarks con
corning the splendid character and
worth of then guost, Mr. Toner, Ah
a deacon In the church and assistant
superintendent   in  tho school  he   had
CANADIAN   CRICKETERS    WIN
 o,—
Montreal, August 2ft--The International cricket match ended today iu
a victory for Canada by 142 runs. The
Canadians went in this morning and
were retired ut lunch time with a total foi' the Innings of I'M The best
the Americans could do was 122 leaving them on Hie total of the two innings, 143 to the bad
IMPROVE WATER SYSTEM,
operatiotiH commenced Friday for
tiie Improvement und extension of the
water system. A new twenty inch
pipe will he laid from the reservoir
to the root of the bill, and connect*!
with the twelve Inch mains, The work
will  be Completed  in about  six weekn
E. Q.   Boynton,     manager   of tho
Perry   Creek  bydrauBe Mining Co..
and F. O. Bingham, a director of tha mu.
ompany, were lo    town Wednesday.
Mesem. Hoynton and Bingham left on
proved hlmHelf a devoted, consistent", .Thursday; for points In .WcBt Koottn-  Kaiser and two to
earnest, efficient worker, a fine eiam   »f* (,ln Joseph,
LION FOR  POPE.
Gome,   Augusl   2.1   The  llonesn sent
n the pope by Emperor Mouelek   of
\byssiaia two years ago has six cubs.
pope has decided to send two   of
them to president Tuft, two to     the
the Emperor Fran- PMiK
THK PRQgPEOTOR,   ORANBROOK,   ll.   0.,   BATORDAY, AUGUST MTH   ID
i| Cranbrook |
Livery    :
We ask you to call and try J
our new Consignment ol now +
and      Pp-to date    rigs     for x
Winter   and   Summer.   Just
BSTABtaSHBU   IB*
A. B. Grace,
I'l 111 ISHKR   AND   EDITOR.
:
received Topplr and   Reliable
Horses    at    your    disposal.
Give   them   a   trial ^nd be
convinced.
< ►    phona *" (Jranbrook. is 0,
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NEWPORT
ll you want .1 delicious
Chocolate tn those
Newport* ,ii l he Palm.
We have just received
j   l.u,'i-   stock   and   are
Sole Agents I'm
Crnnbrook.
THE   PALM
Frank. Dezall
CENEKALBLACKSMI I'll
Cranbrook district, usiile from being rich in mineral, lumbering and
agricuiturai lands, is one grand park,
fashioned by nature, and unexcelled
in scenic bounty. Tho investing »>! a
few hundred dollars In advertising
will bring back thousands ,,f dollars
in return. Eastern Canada, nnd the
United States are full ,,( wealthy
people who desire to invest their
money, who every your ci> to watering places .tint mountain resorts, and
they are longing tor a change ol
scene. Crnnbrook district and the
Kootenay valley is sublime resort for
summer outing? and .ill tiuit is no
nectary t<> secure this great amount
o.'dtli is t„ let the people know
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires  Applied
To lluggy Wheels
AOKNTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLE
ASH MOTOR CO'S  nii Yi'l.KS
Repairing a Specialty.
yhoat SO      <••       p. ii.  Bo'x  213.
of     ...
of the grandure ,,I the district There
is n,, need ,,i letting out Bowers
"bloom I,, blush unseen " when .1
stnnll effort properly made will bring
to the district thousands oi people
wh,, will naze on their beauty and
willing to pay lor the Insense. Lot
tin m know that ample can and will
be turnlshed foi .M Let them know
of tbe lino hunting, the delightful
fishing, ,,[ the sublime camping
grounds ol the health giv
ing mountain breeze, ol tbe purecrys
ral waters, .,i the alpine .cone, ol the
poet splendor ol the Selklrks, of the
unsurpassed beauty ol the landscape
of tho Kootenay valley, of tbe grand
sight of the distant Rocky mount
ains rearing theli white cupped heads
in gigantic splendor, ol the vales ol
the St   Mary's, fairer than those    ol
rh,. p Used land, ol the sociability
of the people ol valleys ol peace and
the verdure of nature winch never
lies These are i d« ol the things
necessary to make the Cranbrook district 'anions .,n,| wealthy Let US try
them.
BOVRIL
is indispensable in the
camp, nnd (or all
impromptu meals.
Add a little BOVRIL
lo your canned meals
and soupi and note
lit.- difference.
n O V R I L
sandwiches are
nutritious and
toothsome,
*7
that  Mr.
changes,
th
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a I .ocomotivc
JOStPH It Melt AN
IIKAI.Idll IN
All kinds of Second llninl floods
Furniture  a  SI'Kl 'lAI/l'Y
BUYER  OF   I'UK'S
Sign's Old  Stand, Hanson Avi
I'lioim lir.l
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Francis Edward
Corrison
llaiKiiiiiiKti>r t'ran brook ' lij  null(|
i iMiii-nta-i.-i-  Knns   IYi'»l,Yii*rlni
Clmi-i,
Lai«* Haitdiuitstiu  Iii- M., ,   i      :;,.■.,
IV,   PlWlllfilH
TEACHER    OF
Violin, Banjo, Guiiur, Muii'lolin
mid     Standard      Instrtunonis
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone jji.i. CRANBROOK, B.C.
The next session of parliament wiU
.. n fiscal si »ii d The decennial re*
Islon of the Bank Act will attract
nusual attention. It is safe to say
Fielding win propose tew
but many others will be
hy private members and
hem w 111 find support on
• >i the bouse. One reform
y he urged will relate to
savings banks At present a large
part ol the savings hank business is
being transacted by the chartered
hanks lr is believed by many that
the fharter.il bankB should confine
themselves to commercial business,
and that in some way, long time deposits should be (-unserved for people
who desire long time loans upon real
estate security tor buying and Improving their bullies, ll is also felt
that the government savings banks,
Including the post office, nre not eet-
tlng their share uf the business and
that Is due in a large degree to delects in administration. Government
Inspection ot banks may also he insisted upon in view of recent disclosures as to (lie Ontario Hunk and the
defunct hank of St. Johns, Que. Mr.
I'rlngle, the Conservative member foi
Cornwall ami Stormont, who was defeated ut the last, election, had made
quite ;i study uf the Hank Act und
his (Ideal was attributed by some to
an anxiety un the part, of the banks
to eliminate ;i critic so well Informed
ami aggressive. I'nfnrtmmtcly at
present the Dominion government is
a chronic borrower nnd it hardly has
a free hand in dealing with the situation
The royal mint ut Ottawa has not
ci lined a great deal of money and
there is complaint thnt American silver is Hooding tho country. The government bus persued a vacilatlng
policy in this matter. Some years
ngo it brought down legislation to
encourage tlie banks to ship back
silver to the United States. The act
seemed to work well enough but for
suine reason it was discontinued after
a year's trial, only to be re-enacted
at tiic last session. It is an accommodation to American tourists to
have their own money taken at par
nnd merchants naturally seek to nc
commodate them where a sale is in
Bight. Were Canadian silver coins accepted at par throughout the United
States the result would probably not
diminish the output of the royal
mint. But, except along the border.
our cuius are only nccepted in the
United States at eighty per cent, of
their value and this naturally has the
effect of reducing to tho minimum
their circulation in that country. The
silver coins of both countries are only worth as bullion about forty per
cent, -ii their face value. Tbe seign-
ornge or profit made by the government on coining silver is quite large
and there would be a greater coinage
and of course ,-, greater profit if all
the fractional silver used in Canada
enmc from our own mint.
1    An expert in the difficult art ot ex
terminating mosquitoes chums ut lant'
to have found an easy way.   As their
breeding places are In swampy lands
or( stagnant     water and their season
■ for breeding is ln April and May per-
mangate    ol    potash scattered over
: these places will be an effective destroyer. He claims that two rents
\ worth will suffice for an acre, and
! that two applications will do the
I work.   It is u little late for the pre-
■ sent season, but there ought to he a I
demand for the mosquito extermhint
or at    Wasa and other places along
i the Kootenay river next spring.
• •   •   •
There is a temporary stillness in .
political circles. Kverybody is in an
expectant mood. If there Is one thiug j
more enjoyable than another to the
residents of the Oranbrook district it
Is politics. The excitement of tho
Dominion election ot last year hah
hardly subsided wlu-u  tho air is filled
again with rumors) of a provincial el
ection.  Perhaps at this stage a suggestion     lo     take things more eooly ,
will not he out of pluce.
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lu the name of property owners j
and the real estate dealers ol Cran j
brook, we would kindly suggest that
the Herald refrain from saying that!
Oranbrook ih or was In danger from
forest fires, as    it is doing a ^rvat I
ileal of harm to Cranbrook property
that duty off your mind.
Don't forget your newly discovered:
friend and neighbor See to it that
he is not deprived of lus right to
vote, Vou can do it ii you can sweat
to his qualifications Hut first ol nil
register yourself,
It the present condition ot the Bri ;
tish Columbia opposition wouldn't
cause e bound pup to bay at a wan-
Lug moon, what would? And still
there is more to follow, before the
year is ended
The latest Calculation on the course
ol  Holley's comet,  approaching   the
earth, exhibits no point of peril for
aspiring aviators Still comets and
dying machines both have been
known to do things out of the day's
run.
It  is not the uniount of water     .n
tbe kettle, but the tire under it   that
keeps it boiling   It is enthusiasm and !
advertising     back     of your business)
that keeps it humming
a   •   ■   •
Further analysis of the revised tar-
iff bill of the lust session of the com- j
mons    shows     that the "reasonable!
profit"     has     also   been revised upwards.
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CRANBROOK,   B.O. ♦ Phono Offloe 105.   Kosldenco 111
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UKANBROOK,  B.C. Oudimto    ol    Ontario    Vote
Oollogo, Toronto, In 1888,
G. II   THOMPSON,
Bnrristor, Solictor, mid
Notary Public
Oillco   U,i,i ttulhllnge,   | Alt. ones kiqht a day promptly attikoid to
Urnituate und Moilnllai ol MoKllllpVot-
orlunry Uullogo, Chicago, III  IOuO
Regtalorod     inonihor     ,,f     llriii-.li
Columbia   iVseoimUlon.
CRANBROOK,   111'    on uf  ai  mckinsikys  livirv BARN X
ORANBROOK, B.O. f
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CRANBROOK, It *
Tli,
this '
Newmnrkel  Express Herald bos
iv ni„,iii tin- notorious New
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
For a reliable local salosman ro
present log Cannda's Oldeel and
Oreateet Nurwries in Crnnhrook nnd
mdjuininir country,
Th« popularity of our stock which
i> p;rown on llmoutono soil, ninklns
utir trees unit buehen bartllor nnd
lonj-fi iivt'd Hi.iD connl grown itock,
ia nrkii'iv Ifdfi'il by oxpci Ifincod fiuil
slower*.
w« make a Bpoclntty of grow ing
Itoub for Mr it i : J j Golltmbln nml Kllip
in carload tn thnf province,
a permanent ultimtlon to .'Igbi
man, with territory reaorved,
Pay wendv ; free ..ntni Write for
partlciilari,
Stone & Wcllinqton
K'iN"nill,l,  NliriHKItTHH
TOHONTO ONT
rUeRuwd hy h   ('  Oovernmonl i
MASONRY
sii'iiiu Rollora and Purnaoe Work u
apoulaUy.
Cost mul Siin-li Kstinmlr.-.
i'liniislii'd i'|i<'H A|i)ilii';i
In,ii
l\0. Box 834.
i  r. laidi v\v,
Mining Kimtii,','!' and
li r   Land Surveyor,
OR VNHROOK, B C
I'.O   Kits '-'■», Phnni   ! 13
CRANBROOK  AERIE ti67
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
MotM ovorj HVldttJ al 8 p,m
\'isiiiinr  Hi-otiim-3 Cordlallj    tnvtled
V    W.   Reves,   W   rrc.ililiot
wm.    Anderson,    Secretary.
Aerie I'liyniciun, l'. O. llox 2S.
ANCIENT ORDER;: FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 8948
M,-rts in Carmen's Hull 2nd and «li  ^„„,„„„„„„„„„„„.„,.i,„„.„,m,„»s;
Ttrnrs'
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Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   nnd Salted Meuts,
Fish and Poultry in  season.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS JUST  ARRIVED
Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
VV.  K.   BEATTY
Undortnkor,
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l-'iinorul Dtrootor,
ORANBROOK,  B.C.
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KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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This Is tme of the years when the
potiticiiin wakes up and makes himself busy making new acquaintances
and shaking hands with the old ones.
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If Mr, Pugsley ha.* kept n diary oi
his western tour it might be of value
to him in future. But of course he
did not.   He keeps no bonks.
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The United States turifl on lumber,
when carefully figured out, looks like
six bits worth of nothing seated on
the rough edge of a lumber pile.
There is a large area of land in the
Kootenay valley available for settlement, either lor fruit, agricultural or
grazing purposes.
Lord Charles Beresford sailed     for
Canada  on Friday  last,  and on his
arrival, will make a tour of the west.
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When you buy a friend you must
pay him a regular salary to keep
him.
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Protect your franchise hy registering   at     once.   Then     you will have
BARN ON FIRE.
A tire was discovered in a ham
owned by Mr. R. Joyce on Saturday
•iftemoon. The fire brigade responded quickly On the arrival of the
firemen, the barn was a mass of
'lames. Two lines of hose were laid,
■ind the fire wns Foon under control.
It is supposed that children playing
with matches caused the fire.
Coming Up
The Upper Columbia and Kootenay
valleys are now open to the world
ind are today vast store houses of
riches, The men who are far sighted
enough to invest now, will tmre be
rewarded. Thousands of men will
find profitable employment in this
territory during the next few years,
and hundreds will make fortunes.
Great mines will be opened nnd many
towns will be born nnd increase in
size. The great population that will
fill these valleys from Cranbrook to
Qolden will create a growing market
for land produce nnd every line of
manufacture.
TO RENT,
On Cranbrook street, near Hyde
street, a two room cottage partially
furnished.   Apply on the premises.
markel     canal     "There is no public
 k ol the present tlms that has re
celved anything like the amount of
publli attention that has been given
to tins canal it ban been discussed
In the house of commons, reviewed
mi t la- public platform, ci iticlsed in
tin- press, and talked about In the
pubiii- thoroughfares and in the horn
os We have looked diligently for
any reasonable argument in its favor
ind have failed to find a single one.
Conservatives denounce it and Liber
nls win. have carefully looked into
the case condemn it as a wilful waste
ol public money. Senator Campbell,
formerly Liberal M P . for West Vork
declared that it was a foolish undertaking and should never have been
commenced Even the Toronto 0lobe
is significantly -.Ment on this 'pies
Hon and has not n word to say in Its
favor it has been said thai there
are two sides to every question, but
tho canal seems to ho n notable exception to tin- rule foi  it scorns    to
have but   one side and   that   one      OD'
posed to it.
II in fortunato thnt the nub-cnm-
mlttoe .ni imperial defense, which
was appointed to Investigate Hie crl
tlclsm made by Admiral Lord CJharl,
os Flcrosford ol the state ol tho Brl
tish navy, wns able to repoH that
no dnngor to Lho country bad result
■■'I from the ndmtrnlty's arrange
monts Any oilier conclusion might
have pr-c'pitatod another attach of
hysterl nl what Qtlglnnd nerds Is
some soil of soothing lotion to Ifflel
ii'i nerve
Politics will soon be the whole sub-
■eel of eonversntlon, and the men who
for yt'iitii hnve been loo und t,, labor will soon be working their Jawi
overtime.
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Good Discount For lash
SMP1E STRONG
A.  EdcOowan, chief   Ranger,  js
0. A. Abbott,  Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
NO.  125.   K. A. M.
C. A. Abbott,  Secretary.        »      „      , .. 0  . ™ 2:
J      Regular ineotiuffs:—2nd Tuea-  J
fdtty   In   ouch   mouth   ut eight   5
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X   w.d^day ot now Family  I Mwmmwmfmfmww'm""*
:Hal).    Sojouring   RebeKabs cor-     ♦ I '
diaiiy mvitcd. J     Repeat It—"Shiloh's Cure will   al-
♦ Mrs-F. E.Simpson,  NobleCrand    • ways   cure   my   coughs, and   colds."
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RMAU THK PROSPRCTOR.
ihePeopl!,,SnffUm»«
Sunshine Fiirnnc
one years' cxperiei
lliishop lo tO'/z acr
artisans to 1,500,1V
lo one of $67'
$3,oun,ooo, from obscurity to re
Makers of Furnaces in thi
* i:i I lie triumph of sixty-
ce -jrrowth from a small
•s of finer space, from a half dozen
im an annual wage sheet of$4,ooo
from a capital of energy lo one of
:ognitton a« Largest
itriiisli Empire.
as
Sunshine^**
was placed on the market the first furnace to be wholly and_  .
solely designed by a Canadian Company. *
We employ a consulting staff ol furnace experts, who are
continuallv experimenting with new ideas in order that Sunshine    .
iMiniac-   shall not have ti travel on its pa«l reputation  for
goodness.
We buy materials in such large quantities that iis quality is
iriinrnntecil to us. We have our own testing rooms, so ihat supervision of construction ^ exercised down to the finest detail.
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Found!
FOR   SAIjK   BY PATMORKI BROS.
Silence!
The instinct id modesty minimi to every woman is often a
((rest hindrance tu the cure of wiimanly discuses. Women
shrink from (lie personal questions uf (he loeul physichiu
which seem indelicate, The iliuiiiiht uf exuimnatiun in ah<
hurrenl tu them, nnd bO tliey failure in silence 1 condition
of disease which suiely progresses from hud tu worse,
it ha* been Or. Plerve'* prlvllofo to cure a
ireji mat:v women who have found a return
tor moth- ty in his offer ot P/tBH vonstilta-
tloa byte/ttf. All correspondence Is held
as Microti ly eonflttontlol, Address or. it. v.
t>i,?r e. fluflulo, X. Y.
Dr. Pierce's \h
the wninenl) f(i
putt tho llimldi
Who illvcH i: n •
Prescription rentores and regulnteo
s, ahollshofl puin and builds up unit
li 01'   health  m  every weak women
nl.
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Shk Women Well.
Yuu can'I afford lo accept a u
for ihlj iHiii-ulcii'u lie medicine 1
ret iiuslruiii us t substitute
l  KNOWN COMPOSITION.
On Baker tieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that; can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Rubber Dollar   Store
C. W. VANWORMER, PROPRfETOR
HANSON AVENUE  ■  •  CBANBROOK, B.C.
We Buy Everything
HOUSES, STOVES, new and second hand FURNITURE.   CROCKERY   and   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what we have in stock at prices that
will surprise you, A visit to the Dollar store will con-
f vince you that wo have the goods, and can save you
•      lifty per cent on any goods purchased.
X We Buy and Sell For Cash
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GEO. R. LEASK & CO.
BUILDERS
ANU
CONTRACTORS
I'llONK 114 I'.O. HOX Wll,
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
PS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
cons antl" on hand.
Af.Hn SECfiNU   HANI) MACIIINWH
P0I1 NAI,R   C'HKAP AND TO
I1RNT.
GEO. P POWELL, Agent
ArmitroDf Avinua.
Pbn, Its Orutroolr. B  0,
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RIFE   AUTOMATIC   HYDRAULIC  RAM.
Dotibl
tlicni. Ri
Gallons pci
on the ma
Unequalled
in  use.
II yuu are interested write to or see  H.  Y. barker
irlinn rains pump  sprint,' water   using   impure water  as power to operate
continuously   and   automatically.     Pumping   capacity   up   to   1,000,000
Nn wearing parts except valves.    Ugliest  efficiency  of any engine
'rum    60    to    90    per    cent,     developed     under    repented
tins
da)
arket
or
IRRIGATION AND DOMESTIC
tests.
nirpose:
Over   seven   thousand
Catarrh Cured
I can cure catarrh, no matter how
lows BtttmlltiK. Catarrh In an inflammatory affection of any mucous mcin-
hrnnc In which thcro are condition
and HwellhiK, nlther In the hoad or
Stomaoh, Since comlnR to Houtheaet
Kootenay I hnve cured over 20fl can-
ch. I positively guarantee a cure or
money refunded. Hummer Ih the tlmo
to get rid ol your catarrh, call and
Hee me.
DR. TAIYHK,
Oranbrook, B.C.
Residence   near   N.   A. Walllnger'e
residence. Prints
limited
number
of
yards
regular
price
12cts
after
supper
Saturday
night
6 3-4c
Another Departure at the Aggres
sive Store-"After Supper Sale"
'We are going to stimulate Saturda) night shopping in ilns city as ii was never stimulated lie-
fore. Beginning this week, we will hold an "After Supper" sale ever) Saturday night from ; p. m.
until closing time.
The biggest bargains you ever heard of will be the trade attracting features ol the "Alter Supper Sales"
We'have askeclour leading manufacturers and wholesalers to co-operate with us hy divine our (fiends some special -plums" to make the
Alter Supper Sales ;i grand success.    They have responded nobly nnd the story is told below in item-; and prices that can I be matched in thiol any other cjty lor real value.
■•After Supper" Sales specials cannot be purchased until after 7 p. m. Saturday.   Lots are limited so be on hand when the bell rings
104 flannelette
Blankets
After Supper ;t'2e
Men's Dress Shirts
No Collar
Regular $i.op and* 1*50, after
supper (»8c
BalbriQgan Underwear
Such as we have sold all summer at il.50 per suit, after
supper, per suit 7 tic
Men's Kahki Duck Coats
Best Bargains
in our store, after supper
 $1.28
Ladies' Indervests
After supper Saturday  night
Half Price
Men's Working Pants
Prices from
$2.50 lo H3.75, alter supper
   $1.08
Saxony Wool-Pure White
Blankets
Regular S.p.25 after supper. $2,97
PICTlRfS
Two Color Work
Size 22x30,   regular  price  si.00.
after supper 2Sc
CRANBROOK CHFEMTIVE STOKES, LIMITS
CRANBROOK,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Men's
Black
and
White
Shirts
regular
price
$I.OO
after
supper
Saturday
night
58c
COAL   AND   PJSTROLBUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that 30 days
after date, I intern! to apply to the
Hon. Chic! Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works lor a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thnt is planted at. or neiir
three miles cast of the 21 mile
pest on C. I'. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West coi ner post
of the Charles E, Webb claim
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
tliBnce   cast   eighty    (80) chains;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   wcBt   eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles  B.   Webb.   Locator.
Located July 20, 1900. 116-5
COAL   ANlT" PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Houtheast Kootenay, British Columbia, in lUock 4593 : Commencing at
a poBt that, is planted at or near
three miles east of the 23 mile
post on O. !\ H. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being the South West coiner post
of the .fames D. Lowmati claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (8111  chains ;
thence   west,    eighty  imii chains ;
thence south eighty   (Kin  chuins ;
to tbe point of commencement, milking 640 acres, more or less.
Chillies III.  Weill,,   Agent,
.fames D.  I.owmun. Locator.
Located duly 211, 1909. 80-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that 80 days
lifter date, I inteud to apply to the
Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lauds
nnd Works lor u license tu prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lol
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Col
iimblu, In lllock 1593 : Commencing nt
n pout that is planted ul or new
three miles east of the 23 mile
post on 0, I'. It. survey line which
is the western boundary ul lot 4508,
ind being the North East, corner post
uf tbe James t). Lawman claim
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   iim  chains i
thence   east   eighty    tSO) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb,  Agent,
.limit's 1). Luwiniin,  Locator.
Located July 20, 1909. It r,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date, I Intend to apply to tin
Hun. Chief Commissioner ul Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tho following lands situate In the District,
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Bluck -1593 : Commencing at.
a post that is planted ut or near
three miles east ul the 25 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot. 1593,
and being tbe South I'lust corner post
of (leofge E. Kleury claim
thence north eighty  180)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80i  chains-;
thence south eighty   180)  chuins ;
thence   cast,   eighty    (80) chains ;
lo the point o! commencement, making 610 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
George E. Kleury,. Locator
Located  July 21, 1909. 36-5.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles cast of the 21 mile
post on 0. P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary o! lot 4593,
and being the South East corner post
of the Charles E.  Webb clnim
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  ctlnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point uf commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles  B.   Webb.   Locator.
Located  July 20, 1909.  36-6
CoTL^V^T^ETltoTjTlIM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date. I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum on the lol-
lowing lunds situate in the District
o) Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted nt. or near
three miles east ul the 21 mile
post on C, P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
ol  the Chnrles E.  Webb claim
thenco   eust   eighty    (80i chains ;
Ihenee  north  eighty   (801   chains ;
thenco   west    eighty  tSOi chains ;
thence  south   eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point uf commencement, milking ll-llt acres, more or less.
Chiiilcs |5,  Wi'lih,  Locator,
Locatoi! .Inly 20, 1909. fc6-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 80 days
alter (Into, I intend It, apply to the
Hon. chiei Commissioner ul bands
and Works for u liens,' t,, prospect
fill' coul uud I'd luleillil oil the following lunds situate lu th,- District
',,i'Southeast Kootonny, British Col
iimliln, in Block 4693 : Commencing at
In post. Hint. Is planted at or near
three miles cost ul the 25 mile
post on C, I'. II. suivey line which
Is the western boundary ul lot 1593,
and being the North East corner post
oi Snriih Smith's claim
thenco   west   eighty I8iu chuins ,
thence south olghty   I80i  chains ;
thenco   cast   eighty    (8(ii chuins ;
thence  north eighty   (80i  chains ;
to tho point ul commencement, milking 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb,  Agent.
Siirulf  Smith,   Locator.
Located  July 21, BUM, 56-5.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license tu prospect
for coal uud petroleum on the following lands situate In the District
ul Suiilhciisl. Kootenay, British Col
iiiuhiii, In Block 4508 : Commencing at
ii post that Is plnntcd nt. or near
three miles eust ol the 23 mile
post on C. P. ll. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot '1593,
und being the South ItJnst  'ner po t
of t!i» Jiiiiiob I). Lowuinn claim
tlieuce  north  eighty  (80)  chains ;
thenco   west   eighty (8iii chains ;
tlieuce  ih  eighty   I8IH  chain., ;
thence   cist   eighty    (Kill chuins ;
to the point of commencement, tank
lug ti'ttl acres, mole or less.
Chnrles  K.  Webb.   Agent
.lumen I).  Luwmun,  Locator.
Located July 20, 1909. 3f, r,
i COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
I   Notice, Is hereby given that 30 days
I alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
uiublu. in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 27 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South Bast corner post
of the Charles E. Webb claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chaius ;
I   thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
•■   Ihenee   cast   eighty   (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres, more or less.
Charles E.  Webb,  Locator.
Loeuted July 23, 1909. 36-51
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.;
Notice is hereby given that 30 days.
niter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands,
and Works for n license to prospect
for coni and petroleum on the foi-1
lowing lands situate In the District 1
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
1 iiinbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
jn post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 27 mile
post on 0. P. H. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the South East corner post
lot Anna K. Webb's claim
thence north eighty  (80) chains ;
I   thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (8(1) chains;
to the point of commencement, pinking 610 acres, more or less,
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Anna  K. Webb,  Locator.
Located July 22, 1909. 2G 5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter ilute, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner ol Lunds
and Works fur a license to prospect,
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
n( Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Bluck 4593 : Commencing at
n post that Is planted at or near
one mile oust of the 27 mile
post on O. P. It. survey line which
is tlie western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West comer post
,,l the Leonard W. linker rlnim
thence   east   eighty    (80i chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
(hence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
it, the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb,  Agent.
Leonard W. Baker. Locator.
Located   July  23,   1909. 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Nutlet, Is hereby given that 30 days
niter date, I intend to apply tu the
Hon. chlel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
(or coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the Dlslrlcl
of Southeast Kootonny, British Col
umlila. In Block 4593: Commencing at
:i post thnt Is plunted at or near
ihrce miles eiiBt ol the 27 mile
mist on C. P. II. survey line which
s the western boundary of lot 4693,
mil being the North East corner post
,,l the Anna K. Webb claim
(hence    west     eighty   1801   chains ;
thence south eighty   |8II)  chains ;
tlieiu ast   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
l.hei rtll   eighty   |H0)   chains ;
o the point uf commencement, mak
ng 640 ncres, mure or less.
Chnrles E. Webb,  Agent.
Anna K. Webb,  Locator.
Located July 22, 1909. 36-6
GOAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE. COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coai and petroleum on the foi
lowing lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thnt is plunted at or near
three miles east o! the 21 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593.
and being the North Eust coiner posl
of the Chnrles E. Webb claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty (80)  chains ;
to the point uf commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles  E.   Webb,   Locntor.
Located  July 20,  HttlS.  36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
tor coai nnd petroleum on the following lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 1593 : Commencing nt
a post that is plnntcd at or near
one mile east of tho 27 milo
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of Allrc O.  Chick's claim
thence   cast   eighty   (80) chains ;
thenco north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)   chuins ;
to the point, of commencement, milking 610 acres, more or less.
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Alice li. Chick,  Locator.
Located  July 23, 1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETRI ILEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that. 30 days
after tlate, I Intend to apply tu the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner ul Lunds
ami Works lor a license to prospect
fur coal ami petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast  Kootenay,  British Col
lunblli, in Bluck 1593 : Coiiinienflng ut
a post   thnt is planted  ut  or near
three    miles    east    o!    the 27 mild
post on c.   P. It. survey line   which
is the western boundary ol Int. 459:1,
und being the South West, cornel post
o! the Aniln  K. Webb claim
thence   eusl   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce  north eighty  (80)  chains :
thence   west   eighty (80)  chains ,
thence south eighty   (SO)   chain   :
to the point ol commencement, mnk
Ing 610 ncres, more or less,
Chnrles E. Wohb, Agent,
Anna K. Webb,  Locator,
Located  July 22, 191)!), 36 li
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice Is herehy given thnt 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to tho
Hon. Chlel CommlSRlonoi of Lunds
nnd Works (or it license to prospeel
for conl nnd petroleum on the lol
lowing lauds situate in the District
ol Soiithrm.1 Kootenay, British Col
iimhlii, In Block 1693 : Commencing nl
a post. Hint, is plnntcd ut or near
one mile emit of the 27 nub'
post, on C. P. II. survey line which
is the western houndnry of lot 1693,
mul being the North Eusl cornor posl
ul   Leulimtl   W    linker's claim
thence south eighty  ikiii  chains;
thenco    west    eighty   (80)   chuins ;,
thence north eighty 18O1 chains :
thenco   enst   eighty    (80) chnlns .
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 urics, nit,re or less.
Chnrles E.   Webb.   AftO.nl
Leonard w. Baker, Locntor.
Located  July 23, 1909. 86-5
Notice is hereby given that 3(1 days
after date. 1 intend to apply to the.
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
antl Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post that, is planted at or near
three miles east o! the 27 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
nnd being the North West corner post,
of the Anna  K.   Webb claim
thence south  eighty   (8II| chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (8Di chnlns ;
thence north eighty  (80) chains ,
thence   west    eighty (81)I chains ,
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Anna K. Webb, Locntor.
Located July 22, 1909. 86 r,
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
mul Works for u license to prospeel
.for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate iu the District
ul Southeast Kootenay. British Col
timbiti, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is plnntcd nt or neur
live miles east of the 27 mile
post on C, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot -1593,
and being tlie North East corner pest
ol the M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thence   west    eighty  (Kill chains ;
thence south  eighty   180)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (Kill  chains ;
tu the point uf commencement, making 64n acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator
Located July 22, 1909. :n; r,
Bert   E.   Pnlmer,   Locntor.
'utetl   .Inly 26,   1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 311 days
aftei tints, 1 Intend to apply to the
lion. Chlel Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbiu, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a post that is planted ut or near
nine mil,-- eusl of the 27 mile
post ou C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being Ibe North I'lnst corner post
of tho olive ll, Twitchell clam,
j   thenco   west    eighty (Kll) chuins ;
tlieuce  south   eighty   (HO)   chains ;
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point ol coniineiii'enient, muk-
ine 610 ncres, mure of less.
Chnrles  E.  Webb,  Agent
olive II. Twlti-hcil, Locator
Located July 26, 1909, 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
niter dute, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ,,t Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the lol
having binds slLunte in the District
uf Bouthcusl Kootenay, British Co]
iiuibiii, iu Block 4508 : Commencing al
a  post   Hint is planted  at  oi   ni ni
live miles eusl ol Hie 27 ml!,'
|),„il ou C. P. II. survey Mm' which
is the western boundnry ol lo' 4693,
mul being (be North West coiner pis!
of Hie Olive II. Twitchell claim
thence   east,   olghty    ikiii chuins;
titmice   south   olghty   (80)   elisor   .
thence   wesi    olghty  (80) cimln   .
thence north  olghty   (80)  chnlni ,
to the point ,,i commcncomonl. mull
ing 640 ncres. more ol less.
I'hiirh's 15, Wohb, Ai',1,1
olive ll. Twitchell, Locator,
Ijocated July 22. 1909, :n, r,
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICItj
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
niter dale, I Jntond lu apply to the
Hon Chlel Commissioner ol Lnmli
and Works tor a license to prospeel
lor conl und petroleum mi the foi
lowing   Imiilii Bltunto lu Hie Dlslrlcl
ol Sin
III
•usl
Kootonn
'.   Hrihs
i Col
iiiuhiii
In
Blot
k 4593
',until,'in
UK   .!<
ii   pus
Ihul
is plnnti
1    nl    ,,l
11' III
sovon
m
les
enill       ii
the     27   inis:
posl ,
n
'.   P
II.  mil
ey line
which
i.. tho
w
uteri
ls,un,1,,
■y ol  lol
4593,
ami In
ill!
the
North w
Ml   is ,1 nt
posl
nl Hie
Ill
II   K
I'lilmer
claim
llicin
e
eusl
eighty
ikiii chn
ns .
then
e
Hl.lll 1
eighty
(Kill chn
lis ;
1 belli
e
west
eighty
I8IU dm
n
thonco
 tl
olghty
(Kill  chn
lis ,
to   Hie
1'
mil
,i commencement,
mull
lllg  Mil 1
■res.
more or
less.
Chillies   E
Webb.
\gelit
GOAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to Mpply to tin
Mi iii Chief Commissioner of Land;
ami Works fur a lictMiBo to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands siLuato in the District
of Solithensl Kootenay, British Oo]
nmoUii in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post that in planted at or ncai
nine miles oast of the 27 mile
in.st on ('. V, It. survey line which
is the western boundary of Int 4593,
and being the North West corner post
nf tlie William Banner claim
them'-'    east    eighty     (SOi  chains ;
ihence south  eighty   (SO)  chains ;
thence   west    t-iulity  (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak-
iir. iiiu ncrcB, more or less,
<'!' ilcs E. Webb, Agent
William   Den ner,   Locator.
Located duly 2i>, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AMI PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that 3n days
alter date, f Intend to apply t.. thi
Hon Uhiei Commissioner of Landi
and Woiks foi n license t.< prospect
foi coal and petroleum on the foi
rowing    land      I lute In  the District
of Houthcnsl   K any.   British Col
iiiuhiii, in Block 1593 Commencing at
.i post thai i planted at oi neai
i.ne mile east ol ih.- ^'i mil.
posl  "ii <'    P,  R, survey line   which
is I'm   western l alary ol lot 4693,
and being the South Kast corner port
ni iin   Vlrglnln 15   Uttlertold . Inlm
thonco north olghty  (80) chains ,
tbeni e   west    Dightj   180) chains ;
thonce  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonco   im. i   eighty    (80) chains ;
to ile- point ..I commencement, mak
■ ii" fi4Q acres, more oi loss
Charles I-;. Webb, Agent
\ ii ■im,i  !•:   Llttlefleld,  Locator.
Loentrd  -Inly 23, 1909 86 S
coal   \v p petroleum notice
'•  i    In rebj  given thai  80 days
on i date 1 Intend to apply to the
Hon Chlel CommlsHlonei of Latah
ind 'Ai ii- I'M a license in prospeel
ror conl .Mul petroleum on the (id
u.wnn- lands slltmtn In the Dlfltrlcl
,,i Hotitheasl Kootonny, British Col
iiinhla, mi Block 1693 Commencing nt
.. p ■ < < lull i . plnntcd ai or near
throe mile, cnsl ol 'In- 29 mil*
posl mi (' I'. U mmvev line which
iii Hie wcfltorn boundary nf lot. 4593,
ni.i being tin- Souih Kast corner pod
nt the Waltei   ,i    \bbs cktim
thence north eighty  ikiu chains ;
thonco   wesl    olghty (80) chains;
thonco south eighty  (80) chain* ;
thence    lmihI    olghty     I HO i   chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent,
Walter   d.   Abbs,   Locator.
Located duly 34, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco Im hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 29 mile
post on C. P. B. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West, corner post
nf the Walter J. Abbs claim
thence   cast   eighty    (Su) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (fcO)  chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
L) tbe point of commencement, mak
ing U40 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Walter  J.   Abbs,  Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is boreby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
flvo mles east of the 29 mile
post on C. P, R, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Susan B. Fryc claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) cbains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thenrc   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Susan B. Frye,  Locator.
Located July 24, 19i)9. 3C-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commirfsloner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate In the District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umliia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a pi.Ht that is plunted at or neai
nine miles east of the 29 mile
post on 0, I'. it. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Levi 0. Monroe nlnlro
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north olghty  (80)  chains ;
theucn   west    eighty   (80)   chains ;
thonco south eighty   (80)  chain* ;
to the point, of commencement,  making 840 acres, more or less.
Charles K.  Webb,  Agent
Levi o, Monroe, Locator
Located   July 88,  1909, 36 5
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay
Take notice that 1, Harvey Hough-
Und, of Cranbrook, B. 0., occupation
Handier, intend to apply for pennls
sinn tn purchase the followiog described lands : Commencing at a post
planted 20 chains west nf she south
east corner of lot 5247; thonco west
20 chains, thence south HO chains,
thenco east. 20 chains, thence north
80 chains.
Hurvey Houghland.
Dated July 15, 1909. 29-9 1'AGE    I
me pnospBoTOR,  niANuitiiuk,  a  a, _.   m\ ium igdbjtv aviuluvu
^ys^sa
(V-
NO
NEW     XSSg^fW
NOANNUAS.  "^\N^
TAX. ^»
If ytw with U tost        \
_ »n« of thti* Raierc       -
I without RISK or      M
OBLIGATION en
I yeur pert, apply
I U ue for
Itfettllal
"MIMS Tn SHAVEKS"
"CitNvMajrnfiii '* Klis* |
dcCucUvu Strops, $1X0.
tlon nf the applicant : William 0.
IVcklmm. New York City, in the
state of New York, I'.S.A.
tb) Tlie name of the lake, stream
or source : (uj Supply Creek th) Mirror Lake and extensions to Supply
Creek.
ic) The point of diversion : til
from Supply Creek in the neighbor'
hood of Mirror Lake ; (2i the banks
of Mirror Lake.
(d) Tbe quantity ol water applied
for : 2.74 cubic leet per second.
(e>   Tbe character of tbe proposed I mlssl
Ditches, flumes and pipes
|0R   8AT«E   AT THE CRANBROOK
DRI'U AND BOOK STORES
fENDERS   WANTED     FO ;     THE
PURCHASE OF THE  PEARL
MINERAL CLAIM
| Tender* addressed to the undersign'
at bis office ln the Court House,
the City ol Oranbrook, will be re
Hived up to the hour ol five o'clock
the afternoon of Monday, the Gth
lay of September, 1909, tor ttie pur-
Jiase       of     the       Pearl      M i nera I
llaim, Lot 3035, Group l.    Kootenay
pstrict,     which    wns declared to be
brfeited   to   the   Crown   at the tax
pie held in the  City of Cranbrook,
the   5th day ot November. 1906,
fcr unpaid taxes uud costs.
jThe upset price of the mineral claim
Ihich includes the  amount of delinquent taxes and costs at the time of
Irfeiture, with Interest, taxes which
>ve Hince accrued, costs of advertis-
Ig and fees for crown grant is $93.20,
Ihich    is the   lowest amount which
Bill be considered as a tender.
|Each tender must  be  accompanied
an   accepted   cheque for tlie full
nount of the tender, payable at par
the   order of the Assistant Com-
|iasioner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
^Bflistnnt Commissioner of Lands,
Crnnbrook, It. 0.
■Dated this 27th day of July, 1909,
fanbrook, B. C. 31-5
SNDERS WANTED FOR THE
PURCHASE OF THE REINDEER
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign*
at his oflice in tho Court House,
the City of Cranbrook, will be relived up to the hour of five o'clock
the afternoon of Monday, the 6th
ky of September, 1909, for the pur
|ase     of     the     Reindeer     Mineral
■aim,  Lot 4(163,  group  I,  Kootenay
ptrict,     which    was declared to be
jlelted   to   the   Crown   at the tax
|le held in the City of Cranbrook,
the   5th day of November, 190C,
unpaid taxes and coats.
[The.upset price of the mineral claim
fich includes the amount of delln-
lent taxes and costs at the time of
Jleiture, witli interest, taxes which
|ve since accrued, costs of advertis
E and fees for crown grant is $77.mi
fcich    is the   lowest   amount which
pi be considered as a tonder,
Each tender must  be  accompanied
an   accepted   cheque for tho full
fount of the tender, payable at par
the   order of the Assistant Goto-
■ssioner of  Lands,   Cranbrook,   Hi'
J, F.  ARMSTRONG,
IsaiBtant Commissioner of Lands,
Crnnbrook, H. 0.
bated this 27th dnv of July, 1909,
bnbrook, B. 0. 81-5
fur  unpaid   taxes altd  costs
The upset price ol the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes und costs at the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
ing. und for t'rown Grant is (50,60,
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered us n tender.
Each   tender   must   be   accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the    full
amount of the tender, payable at pai
tn   the   order of the Assistant Gotn
.f Lands, Craubrouk,  It.C I
J   K. ARMSTRONG,        COAI
potlt on C P. It survey line which
is tbe western boundary •>[ lot 459B,
and being the North West coineftfoat
Of tho Walter .1.  Abbs claim
thenco  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce  north eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence    west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
int. t'.4ii i
more or less.
Charles B. Webb,  Agent.
Walter   ,).   Abbfl,   Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36 f>
AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
(f> The premised on which the water is to be used : Sub lot 9, block
4590, group 1. Kootenay.
t'he purposes for which the water Is tu be used : ordinary, domestic
.tud agricultural
ih. li [oi irrigation describe the
laud intended to be irrigated, giving
icreage : Phe wh.de ol said sub-lot
', c mtnining  loo acres.
iii If the water i> to be used (or I
power or mini lit purposes describe
he place where tho water is to be i
Cturned to some natural channel,
.uid the dilTt-reucc In attitude between
point of diversion and point of return not to be used for power or
mini ut   purposi *.
-j-   .Arun id ituwii land Intended to
"■ 'I. etipie!  bj   the proposed  works
Hi n ■
ik ■ This notice was posted on the
Mi-i dav  ol     July. 1909, ami applied
Assistant Commission*
ol  Lands,
Dated  this 27th  day   of  July,   1909,
Cranbrook, It. C. S| 5
;',"'", '" .""','""'„ I   Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
trai.br..:+.  EC [after date,   I  intend tc  -.; i l;.   to the
liuli.    Chlol    Commissioiiei   of  Lan
and   Works for  a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum ou the fid
TrawnmnH    vwvti.mi     wm      imm.- loWtn*    lawk situate in  the District
PURCHASE OT^THE  ftlMVlJr       " 9outhe««1    Kootenay,   British Col
1 ' u(,o tM;',lV1.,ulAlI\.!'ll^lM'     "nibln. tn Block 4803 : Commencing al
a   post    thai  is planted   n
tive      Miles       east    of       th
WOLF  MINERAL  CLAIM
——o —
Tenders addressed to the uudorsign
ed at Ins office In the Court House,
iu the Pit) oi Cranbrook, will be re
celved up to the h   ol five o'clock
iu the afternoon ul Monday, the 6th
day .a Septenibei. 1909, foi the par
chase of the Running Woll Ml al
Claim, Lot 1054, Group t, Kootenay
h.-t i in , which was declurod to be
forfeited to tho Ci-t nru ui tho tax
sale held In the I'll> ol Ci nnbrook,
ou    the   5th da)   ol  S i> i mbei.  lituo,
i' unpaid taxes and costs
near
mile
post   ou   C,   P,   It.   survey   line    which
is the western boundary .•( lot  1593,
and botng the North Wee! coinei post
ol the Louis M   Davenport claim
thence  south eighty   (80]  chains ,
thence   east   eighty    (80 >  chntuti ,
thence  north eighty  (80)  chains
thence   wrest    eighty  (801  chains
to the point of commencement, mak
mi.  ■ in  lores, more or less
Charles K   w. bit    Vgenl
Louts M   Davonpoi i    i ocntoi
Located Jul) 24, 1909 II (I
Charles 15.  Webb.  Agent.
Levi  (J.   Monroe.   Locator.
LtiCatcd   July 27.   1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
tot coal uiitl petroleum ou the following lands situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Col
um|iia. in Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
seven mtfos east of ;il mi hi
post ou 0, IV It. aurvey line which
the   westetn  boundary   ol   lot   -1593,
and being tho South East corner post
claim
three    miles    east    ol     the :tf mile
post on C.  p.  R. survey  line   wnich
is the western boundary oi  lot 4593,
and being the South East cornet post
of the Louts M. Davenport claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  180) chains ;
thence   south  eighty   iSlh   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    l80i chains ,
to the point of commencement, making 040 ncres mote or lose.
Charles  HJ.   Webb,   Agent.
Louis  M,   Davenport,   Locator
ted July 88, 1909. ;u, f.
f the Levi (J Mom
tlieuce north eighty
thence west eighty
Uience south eighty
thence east eighty
point  ol  couiim
Ml'
tun
t.so) chains ,
isat chains ;
(80) ehulns ;
(80) chains ;
iiceiiieut.   mak
i ere
ore
Ion   till I... made to the commission      The ,,|K„ ,„,,,, „. ,„,. ,„„„,,, ,bull
•i un the -.1,1 ila> ol August, 1909.    ,„.,,„,,   ,,„,;.„,,.,  ,,,,,            ,    ,  ,,,,,„ C0AL    VNl,  PETROLEUM  NOTlCK
i i •■■■ ..'','■ z";sffit.1^r,;,;rrr ;si »°"° * *• % ■<• •
■.- w ■ whose lands are l.k.-ly m','"' '.,''.'         ,       ' ,'   ?"", "'I"'1' ■"<•"  d'Uc,  '  Intend.t„ npplj  to the
,„ ;,!!■■,ted    b)  the proposed works.  fcHn^L f ^S'»TU ', ?d«aS """    r'"':   ''ommtaloiKM  ol  Unds
"tlie,  above J below'    [he    outlet     "   7^' £22 K™"..,"     ,   V.  ?»"   "»* '"   " ««— '■    «*
Oharlei
Levi li.
Located  .inly J7,
10 Webb. Ati'iit
Honroo, i.onitm
1909 ,ir. r
i.ni's
I'OAI.
AMI PBTItOLBUM   NOTICES.
Ing i,4o ncres more or lews.
Oharlee K. Webb, Agent.
V   Charles Bnsactt, Locator
Located July 29, 1909. jj-j
AND PHTROLEUM  NUTICK.
outhern ltntlway
which
will I,,- considered as ., teudei
l»ffe81  »"""}nl   lsl'"' a    and   petroleum ,,„ the lol
amis iltunto in  the  Dlsti'icl
i'..,. :  tender must   he  accompanied    :<,.„,„,„,   Kootenay,   British Col
hy  an accepted cheque tor the    full  urahl„   ,„ nittCk ,698    ,,,„„„„,„„„,,,
lompanyi     Calvary,     Alta
Douglas.  Wardner.  It.  C,
'bapmnn.    Wardner,     It   C., George
 iw. Wardner. B. C. ' ""   "   '"   ll l;'m"'' '"'■v"1'"'','" "»' i    Ih«I    that is plnnte.1   at   ...   near
i;   H   THOMPSON '"   ""'   ",J", '" ,"" ,A-a""'"   c'""   nine    miles    east     of the    89   mile
Solicitor tor «H»«o»er of Lands, Cranbrook, U.l    ,,„,,,,,■   u   R   8Umy line   wbleh
(Slg.)     William ll.  rei-khaiu. ,    ,,    ,    .                          ,      ;            "■'   western boundurj   ol  lol   1593,
i l'i.. Address) Fort Steele  B.C A"'s"""  Commissioner ol Lands      „,,, beln. lhl, N„rtll „,», ,,„„,,,,„„.,
Form    approved.   Notice   Is to be ,,,,,,,     ,-,,    ,','i".'"',",k'  'l   ,l,   of the ofiver Crockett claim
losted on Bull Uiver bridge lot 3007 , •   , > '   V   ,,"i-           '                    -'     u""""'  so"t'1  BlKnt>'   |M"  *baim'<
(roup    I, and    on the highway neai thence   ,-n>t   eighty    (801 chnlns;
ol 3008, group 1, Kootenay . _  thence  north eighty   (801  limius ;
Dated tbis 13th day of July, 1909 "'   west    eights   iS11' chains;
J   F   ARMSTRONG,       . rENDKHS    WANTKlJ     FOR     THK to the point ol commencement, muk
Water Commissioner ,    PURCHASE     OK     Till:    LAST     ing 640 acres, more or lew.
          . CHANCE   MINERAL   CLAIM                             Charles E,  Webb,  Agent.
DOAI.   ASH   PETROLEUM NOTICE Oliver Crookotl    Locator.
—»— Tenders  iddressed to the undersign      Located  July 26,  1909                36-5
Notice    I-    hereby   given that    30 ,.,,   0| his office in the Court Honsi	
lays aftei date I intend to apply to ln the City of Cran                                    -     '>N'"  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
the   Honourable   the   Chlel Commis celved up to the houi    . fivi    ,'clocl      .s
doner ui Lands and Works lor a lie- ,,,. the afternjon    :  Monday   thi    •
■u.ii* r., prospect for is,hI ami petrol
COAL    \M>  PUTltOLDUM  NnTICh
Notice w hereby  given  that  BO days
niter ,iut,'.  I Intend tu npply t,, the
Hon    Chlel   CommlEsloner ol Landi
and   Works [oi   n license to prospeel
loi cool   mid   petroleum on the lot
lowing    lands situate in the Ulstrii
..i.b,a i   Kootonny,   llntisn Co.
imblu, ni Block 4593    I'oiuuienclng a
a   posl    thai is planted   at   or   inn
inn,'     miles    fast of    the    31     ml,,
|,,,sl   i,ii  r    P   It   survry  line   wbndi
,s tin' wcatom boundary ,,( ii.t 45't3.
ui,i being tbe Sonth Wee! cotnorpoe,
..i tin, Fred K  Oooilall clnlm
thence   oast   eighty   Uni chains.
.nt'ii,'.'  north cicbty  iHti)  chaltiH ,
thence   wejit   eighty tsoi chains,
thence  sutlth olghty   iSOl  chains.
I,, iii,- UMiut of colhmencoment, mak-
Ing i. in ncres, nioro or less
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Fred E. Qoodall, Locatoi
Located Juh 26, 1909. 36-5
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
MUr date,   I   Intond  t„ apply  t„  the
Hun Ohiel Oommlssionor ,,r Lnuda
and Works lor a llcenso to prospeel
for coal and petroleum mi tho lol
lowing lands sltuuto In tho District
ol BoUthenat Kootonny, British Col
uinbia. iu Block ir.M Commonclng nt
a post thai is planted at
three ntllcs oust ol th
UOSt   nil  0,   P.   R,  survey
tin' western boundary
and being tho South Wosl
ol ih,< Louis M. Dn
•r  Ufa,
33 mile
lino  which
,1   lot   1593,
corner pnsi
onporl claim
uueuce  eiwi   eighty   mui cnuins •
thence north eighty (80) chains
uience   west   eighty iso, chains ■
thence  south   eighty   isn,   chatag ;
o the point ,,i commonceraont, mnk
nn i,4u acres mora or less.
Oharlee B, Wobb, Agent.
.,uiH M, liavenpitrt,  Locatu
July   2N,   19IKI. ;m.,,
COAI.
NoUco le hereby given that 30 days
at., date, I Intend to apply ,„ ,f,e
Hon. Onto! Commisaloner of Lauds
ai I Works for „ license to prospect
or coul and petroleum on the lot-
lowing lands situate In the District
ol Bouthens Kootenay, Brltlsn Lol-
'itnbla, >u Block 4693 : Ooramencitw at
n post that is planted at i "
soven miles eust ,,f the
post on O. p, K.
ir  near
33 mile
survey line   which
i« the western boundary of lot 4593
Th   m* t,"„Nl""1 West corner post
"i tlie Maud Bnssett claim
thence
thonce
t hence
Ihenee
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NiiTICK.
Notlco is hereby given thnt 30 days
,ns  date,   1   intend  to  apply  to th> I
iluii.   Chiel   Couimissiouei' of Lnuds
and   Works lor   u licetine lo prospect
;:;»,;ir'..r;: ,sr:s z^\^l^i^7it^ »■»*
ol Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
Located
I't'.U,    AND  PETROLEUM   NllTlCK.
wotlee Is hereby given that .10 days
liter date, 1 intend to appiy tu u
.lun.   Ohiel  tlommlsslonor pi Lands
ind   Works for  a license to prospet
,or coul   and   petroleum on the fo.
lowing    hinds .situate in the Distrlc.
,f Southeast   Kootenay,   British Co,
mil,ia, in Block 4593 : Commencing u
a   post   that Is planted   at   or   nea.
live    milos     east    of    the 33    ml
post on O,  P. it, survey line   which
is tho western boundary of lot 459,
and beiug the South East corner posl
of tbe Harry F. I.andeck claim
.„.<, nu.th eighty (80)  chains
thence   west   eighty (80) chains
.tence south eighty  (80) chains
er.re   enrt   eighty   (80) chain.
south eighty (8II| chains ;
oast eighty (80) chuins;
north eighty (80) cbuins •
west eighty (80) chains;
o me pomt or commencement
UK 1,40 acres more or less.
I'billies B, Webb, Agent.
Maud  Bassett,  Lncatur
Located   July  89,   1909. 36.5
mnk-
he following described lands
dtunted In Flntheotl Block IS93, East
Kootenay, district pruvini f British
'I'liunliia, situated at a post
,tie mile smith and one mile west ol
lonthcast   corner of lot 8363, thonce
,r less
ay of  September,  1909, foi  tbe pui    ;:
•hasc -of   tbe   Last  Chance  Miners
is hereby given thnt 30 days
i    !  intend to apply to the
el   Commissioner ol Lunds
. s* foi   a license to prospect
Claim,  Lol   1062, Group I   kootenaj      ,   coa]   ami   petroleum on the lol-
district,     which    was d ired to be  lowing    lands situate in  the District
forfeited   to   the   Crown   at the taj    j Southeast   Kootenay.   British Col-
'■''■<• l"'1'1  l"> '- '•   "I  Ccanb K,   mibla, In Block 4593: Commencing at
sontl ihalns, thence west 80 chains I ?0%teald5tta,«   n'd "«   'r^    ' "" ' "   ;' "    "»'«• P>»« . •<   *   ««
thence   north    80 chains, thonce enst     The fwetwS   'I th   ■ all ei a Cm, """,        r   o'l.   "'       "V         iff
<n eii-io,-   ennminim, .in „,.r„s ,„ I      ,   ,   ,   , ?      ,          mineral claim „,st ,,„ (    [•   u. survej' line   which
40 chains, containing 640 nr,re» m    whieh  includes the amount   ol  dellp- ,, the wester,, boundary pi lot 4593,
,   ,. , ,   ,,,,,      ., ,, ,      hiuent taies and costs at the time ol and being the South East corner post
w  ii   i   ri ,               forfeiture, with interest,  taxes which ,,, the Fred E. Boodall claim
wi ,„.<■    m    ,''•' „„   ,    lmvc 8n.ce 'U','n;"'1' costs of advertis thence north eighty   (8ti,  chains;
"■■""'         l'       sway. | inE ttnd fees for crown grant is $56.00 thence   west   eighty ism chains;
which    Is  the   lowest amount  which thence .smith  eighty   (80)  chnins ;
—.   will be considered as a tender. ,   thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
(.'HAL   ASH   PETROLEUM NOTICE.      Each  tender must  be  accompanied ,,, the point of commencement, iniik-
i,y nn nccepted cheque lor the    full |ng 641) ncres, mora or less,
amount ol the tonder, payable at par Chnrles E. Webb, Agent,
lo   the   order of the Assistant Com prod E. Goodnll, Locator,
mlssloner ol Lands, Crnnbrook,  lit' Located July 28, 1909.               36-5
J. F. ARMSTRONG, — 	
Assistant Commlsslonoi  ol Lunds, COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Located   June  30.   1909.
Not iee is hereby given that :ti
lays niter (Into I intend to apply tc
Is Honourable the Chlel Commis
aioner of Lauds and Works for a lie
'iinc to prospect for coal niul petrol
fNDEHS    WANTED      FOR      THE
PURCHASE (IF THE  ELKHOKN
MINERAL  CLAIM.
■ o	
fenders addressed to the undersign
at his office In the Court House,
J the City uf Oranbrook, will be re
■veil up to the hour of live o'clock
lthe alteration of Monday, the 6th
ol  September.  1909, for the pur
le    ot    the       Elkhorn    Mineral
llm, Lot 2991, Group I,   Kootenay
■trict,    which   was doclarod to be
ifeited   to   tbe   Crown   nt tho lux
|e held In the City of Crnnhrook,
the   5th day of November. 1906,
J unpaid taxes and cobIs.
Jhe upset price of tbe mineral claim
I h includes the amount of ilulln-
Int taxes and costs at the time ol
Itciture, with interest, taxes which
fa since accrued, costs of advertis
J and fees fur crown grant is $91,00,
Jich    is tho   lowest amount   which
II be considered as a tender,
f.'irh  tender must   lie  accompanied
an   accepted   cheque for the lull
lount of the tender, payable at par
\ tbe   order ol the Assistant Com
isioner of Lands, Crnnbrook. B.C
J. F   ARMSTRONG,
|islstant Commissioner ot Lands,
Cranbrook. H, C
fated this 27(h dnv ol July, 1909,
Inbrook, B. C. 81-5
INDERS    WANTED      FOR     THK
luRCHASE   OF  THE OOLDEN
PROWN FRACTION   MINBRAL
CLAIM
lenders addressed to the undorslgn
\ at his oiice In tho Court House.
Ithe city ol Oranbrook, will be re
ted up to the hour ol live o'clock
fthe afternoon of Monday, the 6th
ol September, 1909, for the |nm-
le    ol the Golden Crown   Fraction
leral claim, lot 6406, group 1, Koo-
\j   district which waa declared   to
forfeited to tbe  crown  at  the  tux
held in the city of Oranbrook,
the 6th day ol November, 1906,
I unpaid taxes and costs.
lie upset price of the mineral claim
|ch Includes the amount uf delln-
Int. taxes and costs at the time of
lelture, with Interest, taxos which
|e since accruod, costs of advertis
and   for crown grant. Is $68,511,
|ch    Is tho   lowest amount, which
be considered nn a tender.
Inch tender must be accompanlod
accepted cheque for the full
tunt of the tender, payable ul par
Ithe order ;il tho Assistant Com
leloner of Lsnds, Oranbrook, It.c
.1.  F.   ARMSTRONG,
Islstant Commissioner ol Lands,
Crnnbrook, 11. 0.
tted this 27th day of .Inly, 1909,
Inbrook. B. C. »W
the liillowiuc described land:
situated in Flathend Block 4593, East
Kootonny, district province of British
Columbia, Bltuatoil nt a posl
three miles Bontli und one mile west
•if the soutb east corner of lol 8303,
;.h o  south  sn chains,   thence .west
10 chains, thonce north mi chuius,'und
tliem nsi   m, chuins, containing 64ll
.teres more or less.
Locator, .las. Doiignll.
Agent, 0   M. Coiiwiiv.
Witness, li. A. Cute.
Locuted   June  30,   1909. 33 .',
COAL   AND   PETROLRtlM Notice,
Crnnbrook. ft, t
Dated this 27th dnv of July,  1909,     Notlce iK ll(,|eh>' 8lvon tlmt 30 days
Crnnhrook   ll  G 3^.51 after date.  I intend tu apply to the
II011.    Chief   Commissioner of  Lands
COAL   AND   PETROLE, M NOtIoE.  «? ^f ^'[^^  *°«
Notloe    is    hereby   given thai     30 lowing    lands .situate ill the District
days alter date  1   intend  to apply to   °' s."llt!","i^   !<0"t,°",lV,   British Col-
1 intend to apply
the Honourable the Chief f '1,1,1,11
sinner of Lands ami Works for a 1
ense to prospect for conl and petrol
iuinhia. in Block 45113; Commencing at
:i   post,   that is planted   at   or   near
mile    past    of    t||o 81   mile
Nollce    is    hereby   given that   :iu
iluys ailei  dale I Intend to apply to
the Honourable    Chief CommissionerI thence south Si
nf Lan,is and Works for 11 license to 640 ncres 111
prospect for coal ami petroleum    on I
the following described lands, situate
euiu on the following described lnnds post on C, P,   i   survey line   which
dtunted In Flathead Block 4593, East '« ll"' western boundary ol  lot 4593
Kootenay, district province ol British n,"l',bo1,,? "le .\"'1}} h"K; ?orner post
Columbia.       situated      at     a     post ,»' the. Ulysses B, Fehr claim
les south and two miles west     tl"'m'1' north eighty  (80)  chains;
east,  corner  of  lot.  8363,  and      tllcncr    WCK'    ri.hty   l"<"   L'h""1S ;
1    thence  smith  eighty   (SOj   chnins ;
thr
nf   SOUttti
thence west SI, chains,     thence nortl.
HO chains,  thence cast Sll chains, and
ins,    contnlnlng
ill Flathead, Block 4598, district     ,,1 Witness, D, A. Onto,
nasi   Kootenay,      province  of   British]    Located   June  30,   1909, 33-B
Columbia ;      commencing     nt a post   ... 	
iltunted tw lies    south and nne: COAL   AND   PKTROLKl'M NOTICE.
thenco   cast   eighty   (80) chnlni
to the [mint of commencement, mak
Ing till, acres, more or less.
Locator"'' Anna P, Hughes! Chaflos H   \Vebb, Agent
Agent, c. M, Conway, "l>,!MS E- Pehl'' Locator.
Located  July 87, 1909, 36-1
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
mile east, nl the northeast, curlier post!     . - -0— aftcr date,  I Intend to apply to the
of lot 8803, tl co south 80 chains ;     Notice   is   hereby   given thai    80 Hon.   Chief   Commissioner or Lands
thenco east 80 chains, thence    north ] days after date I intend to apply to mm   Wl,rk[. fm.  „ 1|cl,|W(, tl) proBpoct
50 chnlns, thence west 80 chnlns    to 1 the   Honourable   the   chief ( uiiviiis ,„,. ,.uul   ,„„,   petroleum on tho fol-
plnce ol     ' iiiieuieiaeiit. containingIsloner of Lands and Works for ,1 lie
640 aires, ' ense to prospect for coat and petrol
Locator. Edward c. Moefeum on the following described lands
Agent, II. A. Cute. I situated In Flathead Block -17,93, East
Witness, 0. M. Conway
Haled   July 24th,   1909
33-1
pet
lowing lunds situate In the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
pust   that is planted   at   nr   near
Kooteuay, district province of British thrce    mile    enst    of    the 31   mile
Columbia,      situated     at    a    post |m,t nn ,.   ,,   1(   s„m,y ,im,   whu.h
three miles south and OUO mile west
of southeast corner post uf lot 8363.
thence north 80 chnlns, thence west
SO chuius, thonce south so chains,
thence east sii chains, containing 640
acres tn,,,,' or less.
Locator, c   M   Conwny.
Agent, c   M   Conway
Witness, n  A, Onto.
Located  June 30,  1509
is the western boundary nf lot 4593,
and being thp South West corner post
of tho Ulysses E, Fehr plaltn
thence   east   eighty    I8II1  chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80,  chains ;
thenco   west    eighty  1S1I1 chains ;
thonce  south eighty   (8O1  chains ;
jto the point of commencement, mnk-
I ing ti 10 acres, mure or less.
33-" Charles E. Webb,  Agent
.I..1HI.I.SI1I IINV'I >l lOIIIINVH.)      j    I,,,,.,,,,.,,   .Inly""!'?,   1909.''"'    '""Vtl'-fi
WATER NOTICE.
Jitlce Is hereby given thai un ii|i
Intluii will be made under Pari V
|tho Water Act, 1909, lo obtain a
1 In    the Crnnbrook Wator ills
I")   Tbc name, address and occupu-
CRANBROOK  LAND IIISTI'IICT
East   Kootonny, Southern Division
Tale notice tluil Walter ll MeKar
am; ol Cranbrook, H c , occupation
nercham. intends to apply fur per
nlssion to purchase the following des
■riheii lands Commencing at a P"^'
ilaiir-'tl about In chains north of the
toutheast corner ol lol B435, thence
,ast -" chains , ihenee south 2n
ihnlns . thence east 20 chains; thence
Bouth 50 chains; thence west In chains
thence Borth 70    chains to the place Kergusson  ol  Cranbrook,  occupation nltor (into,  I Intond to apply in the
,1    Bommoi men,     containing   240 clothing     reliant, lutend ><> apply Hon.   Ohtol   Commissioner of Lands
inres more ,.i less, for   permission to purehuse tbe   foi   and   Works for  11 license to prospect
Walter Bruce MoFarlane.     lowing described binds: Commencing lor conl   nnd   petroleum on tho fol-
11..led. July 24th, 1909 14 I  al u post planted nt tho B.W   corner lowing   lnnds situate In the District
.  .,, lot No   1118, tl 10 west 20 chains ol Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
thence north sn chains,   ihenee    enst  umhin, In Block 4893 ; Commencing nt
OAL   IND   PETROLEUM NOTICE   ;,,, chains, thence south so chains   to In   post   that. Is plnntcd   at   or  near
place ol  commencement,    containing Dve    mile    east    of    the 31    mile
pust  on  C.   P,   It,  survey   line    which
lis  the   western  hiinndarv  ul   lot  4593,
District of East  Kootenny, _. ,_
 .                           COAL   AND PETUOLKI'M   NOTICE
Take notice that   I,     John Angus I   Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
Notice    Is   hereby   given that
iftei  dnto I  intend to apply to
In- Honourable the Chlel Commis
liniier ,,,  Lunds im.l Works for .1 lie
use in prospect foi  cal nml petrol
inn on the following described lands
dtuutad 111 Flathead III, ck 1693, East
Kootenay   district province of British
Columbia, .limited        at       a      post j
mo mil,' south nnd uno mile west ol
south ens, corner posl of Int. 8368,
thence north sn chnlns, thenco west j
111 chains, thonco smith su chains, ami i
thonco enst sn chains, containing 640j
icres more or los
Locator, ('line   Patter on
Ag  li   A   I ale
Witness,  C    M    Conwny,
Located    Julie   30,   1  33 .'.
more or less.
John Aliens Fergussun, Looati
Dated July 9,1909. V.
CIIANBItllllK   LAM)  DISTRICT
District of Kootonny.
TKNDUHH     WANTED      FOR      THK
I'DRCHAHB    OF     THE     Ht'llY
FRACTION MINERAL CI.A'M
Take   nollce   that   I, Gourgi
.,[   Cranbrook,    occupation   railway
conductor,  Intend  tu apply   fm   poi
mission tn purchase th" following de
crlbed lands    Commencing at 11 posl
planted  nl  the  N    E   1 lei   ol    lo,
ST,27.    thence    en  I     10   chains,   I hence
Mouth   66     chnlns,    tlienrc     wesl   I"
chains, thonce north 65 chains in the
point "I    enmmencen t. containing
two hundred nntl   Ixty acre 1 muro ,,i
loss.
George Welch,  ,. cntoi
Dated July 16, 1909 29 "
,.jrinil being the South East cnl'licr post
of the Ulysses E, Fehr claim
thenco north olghty  (80)   chnlns ;
, hence    west     eighty   (Bill   chnlns ;
j   thence smith eighty   ISO,  chuius ;
thonco   cast   eighty    (80)  chains ;
|in Hie point of commonccmont, mnk.
b  Ing ii In acres, more or lens.
v : Chillies E. Wobb, Agent.
I'lysncs E.  Fehr, Locator.
I   Limited  July 27, 1909, 30 6
iinibia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or neai
three mile east of the 31 mile
pust ou O, P, R, survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
uud being the North East corner post
of the Walter W, Hay claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80,  chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (8ll) chnins ;
to the point of commencement, mak-
nti 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter W. Hu.v,   Locntor.
Located   July 37,  1909, 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend tu apply to the
Hun. Chief Oommlssionor ol Lands
and Works for 11 license to prospect
fur coul and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing ut
a post that is planted ut or neur
three mile east of the 31 mile
pust on O. P. It. survey .line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
and being the North. West ecu ner post
of the Charles E. Wehli clnii"
thence south eighty  (SO,  chnins ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  nurth eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
to tbe point of commencement, milking 640 acres, mure or less.
Charles E,  Webb,
Located July 87, 1909.
ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles B. Webb. Agent.
Harry *'. Laudec, l,ouil
Located July 29, 1909. 36-
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tn.
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
five miles oast gf the 33 mile
post on C. P. R, survey line waich
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
und being the South West corner post
of the Harry F. Landeck claim
thence   cast   eighty    (801 chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Harry F. Landeck, Locator.
Located  July 39, 1909. 86-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
, of Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
j umbia. in Block 4593 : Commencing at
Locator, [a post that is planted at or near
seven miles east of the 33 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the South East corner post
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
after date,  I intend to upply to the | o'^ theJJeorge Wykcs claim
Hon.   Chiel   Commissioner uf Lands       "* "'"
and Works fur a license to prospect
for coal and* petroleum ou tbe following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
umbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or near
dve mile east ot the 31 mile
post on C, P. ll, survey line which
is the western boundary uf lot 4593,
and being the North East corner pust
of the Chnrles E, Webb claim
tlieuce   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chnins ,
thence   cast   eighty    (80, chains ;
thence  nurth eighty  (801  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres, mure nr less.
Charles E.  Web),,  Locator,
Located  July 27, 1909. 30-5
COAL    AND  PKTROLHI'M  NOTICE
thence north eighty (80) chains ;
thence west eighty (8O1 chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
thence oast eighty (80) chains ;
to the puint of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
George Wykes.  Locator.
Located  July 29, 1909. 86-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
coai, AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice In hereby glvon that 3ii duys
nfler (Into, I Intond tn upply to Hie
lion Chlel Commissioner of Lands
mul Works for n license to prospect
im coal nml pctrnloum on the foi-
lowing   lands situate in the Dlslrlcl
nl   SnUllleunl    Knnleuav.    Ill'illllll ('ill
umhla, In Block i.r,98: Commencing nl
'render.! nildressoil in tho nntlerslun I ' ,1   |msl   that Is planted   ul   or  near
.,1 nl Ills office In tho Oourl House, COAL «.ND PEIROLEUM NOTICE.I||vc mile eusl ul the :il mile
i, the ciiy 1,1 Crnnbrook, will bo ro 1 s,,,,,,. ,. herein given ik,, 10 dnys l"isl "" '' ''■ " survey line which
■rived up to the hniir nf live o'clock j.,,,,,, ,|„,,,, [ intend lo npply to the J is tho western boundary nl lot 1593,
,1 the nil,',,,,,,,,, ul Monday, the 6th L,..n ohiel c,mill,1 lonei nl I,and. 'uud lining the Sniilh West corner posl
lav ill September, 1909, tor tho pui Lni. Works for n license to prospeel |ol llM' Levi tl. Monroo clnlm
hnso ul  the Ruby Fraction Mineral ,or cnft|   „„,|   petroleum nn the lol
'   '     '''  '■'  lowing    lands situ,,!,, in  ibe  District
ol Southeast Kootonny, British Col
umbia, In Block 4693: Commonclng al
a   posl   thnl is plnntcd   at  or  nen
I ' I,, un Lot 1066, group ,. Kootenay
llstrlcf, which was declared In he
'orfoltotl <n the t'mwn ut. the tni
le  held   In  the CItv  ol  Crnnbrook
on   the   6tb day ol November, 1900,1threo   miles   east   uf   the  2', mile
Ihoil'c   east   eighty    (S0|  chains ;
Ihenee  north eighty   180,  chuins ;
tllOIICO    West    eighty   (80,  chains ;
thence  south  olghtv   ISO,  chuins '
In the point nl commencement, making 640 acres, more or 'less.
pust on O, P. II. survey line which
is the WOStern boundary ol lot 4593,
and being Ibe North West corner post
nl the Chnrles E. Webb clnlm
thence   south   eighty   ISO,   chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (811) chnlns ;
thence  north eighty   ISlI)  chnlns ;
thence    west    eighty   (80,  ehulns ;
lo the point ol commencement, mnk-
nig 640 acres, mure or less.
Chnrles  E.  Webb,   Locator,
Located July 27, I mill, 86-6
COAL    AND   PE'lliOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given that 30 days
niter date, I Intend to apply to the
I lun. (thief Commissioner ol Lands
aad Works lor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate lu the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 1593: Commonclng ut
n post, thnt is plunted at. or near
seven tnlli-H enst ol 31 mile
post on 0, P. II. survey line which
Is the western boundnry of lot 4593,1
und being the Nurth Eusl cornor |u,sl
of the Wulter J.  Abbs claim
thonco   west   eighty  180, chains ;
III e  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
Ihenee   enst   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
thence north eighty (80) chnlns ;
to the point of commencement, muk
ing 641, ncres more or less.
Charles E.  Webb,   Agent.
Walter   J.   Abbs,   Locator
Located  July 27, 1909. 31) 5
COAI, AND PETBOLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby elven that 30 days
after date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner ol Lands
und Works for u license to prunpect
fur coal and pet 1 oleum 011 the following lands situate in the District
ul Southeast Kootenny, British t'ol-
iiinbiii, In Block 4693 : Commencing at
Notice is hereby given thut 30 dnys
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Wurks for 11 license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lnnds sltuuto In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing ut
u post thut is planted uf ,.r near
seven miles enst uf the 33 mile
post un O. P. II. survey line which
is the western boundnry ol lot 1593,
aad being tlie South West corner post
ol the George Wykes clnlm
thence   enst   eighty    (80, chuins ;
thence north eighty  ,sn, chains ;
thence   west   eighty ,80) chuins ,
thence  smith   eighty   18III   chuins ;
mak
iieurj'Ug 0*° ncres inure or less.
mile Charles E. Webb, Agent
Notice is herehy given thut 30 days
alter date, I Intend tn upply tu the
Hun. Chief Commissioner ol Lunds
nnd Works fur a license to prospect
(or coul and petroleum on the fnl-
luwing lands situate In the District
of Sotitlioust  Kootonny,  British Col-
uinhiu, iu Bluck 4693: Commonclng nt I fo the point of commencement
a   post    thut is plunted   at   o
live    mile    rust    of    the 31
George  Wykes,
Located  July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL    ANII  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thnt 30 duys
after date, 1 Intend to apply to the
lion, chief Oommlssionor of Lands
uud Works lor a license to prospect
fur coul and petroleum op the following lunds situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootonny, British Col-
llniblu, In Block 4593 : Commencing ut
n post that Is planted ut ur near
one mile east uf the 33 mile
pust on O. P. It. survey line which
is the western hnundary ul lot 4593,
nnd being the North Enst corner post
of the James I). Lowman clnlm
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains;
thence   oast   eighty   (80) chains;
thence north .eighty  (80|  chains ;
to the point of commencement, milking 610 acres more or less,
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
James D.  Luwman,  Locator,
Located July 28, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND PETROLEUM   NOTICE
' Notice is hereby given thnl. 30 duys
ufler date, I Intend to apply tu the
Hull. Chief Commissioner uf Lunds
and Wurks fur u license tu prospect
(or coul und petroleum on the following lunds sitnnte In the District
ol Southeast Kootonny, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted nt or near
seven miles enst ol the 33 mile
post on c. P. It. survey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4J93,
and being the North Enst corner post
of the F.  Chnrles Bnssett rlaini
thenco   west   eighty  (80) Chains ,
thence smith eighty  (80)  ehulns ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains;
thence nurth eighty  (80)  chnlns
COAI,    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
iter date,   1  i„,e,1(| t(l llp|,,y tQ ^.
on 1.   i nlel   Commissioner of Lands
ind   Wurks fur  a license to prospect
uf conl   and   petroleum on the following    lan.is situate In the District
,1 Sou, best   Kootenny,   British Ool-
itiibin, in Block 4593 ; Commencing nt
1   pust    that Is planted   at   or  mar
one    mlb!    eust    ol    the    35 mile
post un 0, P. R. survey line   which
Is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
ind being the North Eust corner post
ol the Fred  E. Goodnll cluim
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ; ■
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty   (80) chains;
thence nurth eighty  (80) chains ;
tn the point of commencement, mnk-
ng 040 ncres more or less,
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Fred E. Goodnll, Locator.
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
ifter date. I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
ind Works for a license to prospect
ior coul aad petroleum on the following lands sltiiute in the District
if Southenst Kootenny, British CoJ-
imbln, in Block 4593; Commencing at
1 post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 35 mile
post on O. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post.
,d the Fred  E. Goodnll claim
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   cast   eighty   (80) chains;
thence north eighty (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Fred E. Goodnll, Locator.
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
mil Works for u license to prospect
ur coal and petroleum on the fol--
nwing lnnds situate in the District
,f Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
imbin. in Block 4593 : Commencing at
I post that is planted at or near
three miles east of 35 mile
.lost on O. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593.
md being the North East corner post
of the Wm, M. Outwits claim
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
thence east eighty (80) chains;
thence north eighty (80) cbains ;
to the puint of commencement, making 610 ncres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits, Locator
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
coal and p.'troleum on the following   lnnds situate In the District
f Sotitlioust Kootenay, British Columbia, in Bluck 4593 ; Commencing at
post thut is plunted at or near
three miles enst of 35 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
nf the Win. M. Guiwits claim
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   enst   eighty   (80) chains;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits, Locator
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hun. (thief Commissioner ol Lands
uud Works for 11 license to prospect
(ur enal und petroleum on tho following lunds situate In the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing ut
II pust that Is planted at or near,
seven miles enst ol the 35 mile
pust un 0, P. R. survey line wblih
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North Bast corner pnsi
uf the Bert E   Palmer claim
thence west olghty (80) cbains
thence smith eighty (80) chu n
thence enst eighty (80) chains
thence nurth eighty (80) chain:
to Hie puint of commencement, m
ing 640 ncres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Ag, 11
Bert E. Palmer, Loc t
Located July 89, 1909. 3
a   post   thnl is planted   at.   ur   nenr to the point til commencement, mnk
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NLTL L
Notion Is hereby given that 30 d
alter date,  1 intend to apply to Ih
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lan-'
and   Works for  a license to prnspe
for conl   nnd   petroleum on tho lo
lowing   lunds situate In the Dis r'c
of Southenst   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, lu Block 4598 : Commencing ul
n   post   that is plunted   ut   nr  nrar
even    miles    enst    of    the 35   mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line   which
is the westerif hnundary ol lot 4593,
und being tbe North West cornor post
uf the Doit K. Palmer claim
Ihenee south eighty  (80) chains ;
thene 1st   eighty   (80) chains ;
thence mull* eighty (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains;
to the point of cummencoment, making 640 acres mo,* or loss.
OhnrlM B. Webb, Agent.
Bert E. Palmer, Locator,
Located July 29. piisi. 36-5 PROSPECTOR,    CRANBROOK,    11.    P.,   BiffjTlHAY, AVCI'S'l' 28TH, Pen
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FERNIE.
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
The Bank, of Hamilton building will
be laced with a line of brick that will
be new In Fernie. It comes from
Minnesota and makes a very pretty
face.
Joe Dlckeraon'B bears have removed to new quarters farther south near
the bank of the river whore they will
receive on tbe second ami fourth
Thursdays.
Work on the new court house wns
held up for a couple uf days this
week owing to lack of cement. A.
change of specifications caused the
delay.
Work on tho excavation of thellinse-
ment of tho new Imperial bank block
was Btarted on Monday. This corner
has been vacant since the C.N.P.
Coal Oo., offices were burned at the
time ol the first big fire.
Jas. Robertson, Gordon Johnson,
Bert Whlmster and John Gorlu climbed the central mountain of the Three
Sisters on Sunday. They left the
city on Snturday afternoon und returned Sunday night. While on the
summit they erected a cross and took
Possession ol tbe peak ln the nume
ol His Majesty, King Kdwnrd VII
While a train wns coming down
Irom Coal Creek on Sunday night,
lour men on a handcar were going
up. The men on the Armstrong ma
chine caught a glimpse uf the engine
rounding n curve and leaped for their
lives. Their car stopped fur 11 moment only. It too whs scared und
started for Fernie at. a terrillc clip.
The engine chimed It up. On tho lung
straight piece of track above old
"Frenchtown" tho pumper slowed up
sufficiently to allow two 11. 11 tu leap
aboard and stop bor. She \ as pulled oil tho track aad now passengers
rode her to tho Creek.
brook, came in on Monday and    are
up the Bilk on a fishing excursion.
HOYIE LEADER
Edward A. Hill of Moyle has boon
appointed to ho roglstrar lor the purposes ol the marriage act.
There are small forest Ores both
east and west, ol Moyle, and the atmosphere is filled with smoke.
Joe Patmoro, of Patmorc Bros, of
Cranbrook, wns hero yesterday doing
plumbing In the International hotel.
J. D. McBride and Dr. Bell were up
Irom Cranbrook Wednesday attending
a meeting ol the Aurora company.
The government road gang have
gone to Otirzon to repair the bridge
over the Moyic rlvor, which was damaged by the high water last spring.
J. P. Farrell is laying the foundation tor his now building on Victoria
street.
MICHEL REPORTER.
A contractor In Now Michel has secured the contract tor the construction ot lorty houses in McOllllvrny
Creek.
The government road gang are completing tholr work for tho OnnI Co.,
nnd will bo here noxt, week to resume on tho public roads.
M. Quoin, manager ol tho Kootenay Telephone Lines Oo., l,td., wns
hero on Thursday, Ho Is arranging
lor a telephone exchange lor tho
town.
J. D. Fink, H, D. I''lnk. J. II. llen-
demon and    W. II   Burton 0! Crnn-
CRESTON REVIEW
Mr. Mutz, of the Fort Steele Brew-.
ery, Fernie, was in town on Monday. !
He donated twenty dollars to the j
Creston celebration fund. 1
Frank Swanson caught a char fish |
last Sunday just below Goat Canyon
Falls.  It    was over three feet long j
and wns served to eleven men in Rodger's camp for dinner. I
Tom Cole and his son Jimmy hail
an exciting exporience on Sunday
last, according to report. It seems j
that Mr. Cole and his son were out
lishing near Canyon City when they I
suddenly came upon a huge black
bear which showed signs of fight. Not
having anything more formidable
than a lishing rod, Tom decided that
discretion was the better part of valor and hiked for homo, followed by
his son Jimmy.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS
OF INTEREST TO THOSE ENGAGED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OP    ,
THE MINING INDUSTRY.
G. Howell ot Spokane is now en-
Biiice.! in developing tbe Bluff mineral
claim which 1b located on Grundny
Crook, one mile south of Tracy. Mr.
Howell Huys : "That the tunnel Ih
now over one hundred feet. The oro
Ik a galena, which has a value of $60
in silver and lead. He is well pleased with the appearance of the property and expects to havo a paying
and Rhlpping mine by tho time the
Kootenny Central rallwny in constructed.
John P. Lnrsen in biwy building a
flume to his placer property on Wild
Horse Creek. He expects to have it
completed this fall ready for mining
opomtioiut next n-eiimm.
Tumping at the Sullivan continues,
and the mine will soon be free of water. It 1b expected that mining operations will he resumed during the
coming month,
Tlie plncor mines of Wild Horse
Creek have worked continually this
year, with plenty of water, removing
large quantities of gravel, the output of placer gold should be increased.
Development at the North Star
mines continue, and what may be
considered of importance is the following of a small strlngor of galena,
nnd Increase in the ore shipments
Methodist Church.
SUNDAY, AUG. 29.
Morning service at 11. Rncrament
of the Lord's Supper nnd reception
service nt. 12, Sunday School and
bible. CIabkch for men and women ut
throe. League prayer meeting nt 7.
IB von Ing service at 7.30. Subject, "An
| unfovttmtvto fortune."
Monday—Special meeting of Ladles Aid nt tbc homo of Mrs. J, H.
McNniih at 8. Pull attendance requested.
Tuesday—Epwortll League Consecration evening. Pnpers will be read on
tho Look Out department, Its aim*
and possibilities.   A    prize Is offered
by the president of this department
for the best paper, not to exceed fifteen minutes. All who wish to enter
are requested to hand their names to
Mrs. G. Powell on Sunday.
Thursday—Ladies Aid sale of work
on Armstrong avenue in store next
to Mr. Fat-runt's tailor 8hop, afternoon and evening.
Financial district meeting at Moyle
at 2.
Friday—Business meeting of choir
at 8.30.
A week from Sunday morning, September 5, children's service at eleven.
The harvest festival services will
be held on the 12th September. All
who have garden produce are requested to kindly hold something for this
purpose.
baptist Churuh.
Cre^brook Baptist church, pastor,
Charles W. King, paraonagel Nor-
bury avenue, Baker Hilt, phoue 284.
Lord's Day public worship at 11 a.
m. and 7.30 p. m. Bible School at 3
p. m. Phllathea and Baraca classes.
Classes for everybody.
Midweek meeting for prayer and
pralae Wednesday at 8 p.m. Young
people's meeting on Friday at 8 p.
m.
A cordial invitation to all. Strangers always welcomed.
PETITION   FOR    EXPROPRIATION
OF WATER RECORDS.
To His Honour,
The Lieutenant Governor in Council
The potition of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
humbly showeth :
Whereas the Water Supply Company, Limited, was on tbc 12th day
of March, 1904, duly incorporated under the provisions of the Water
Clauses Consolidation Act 1897, for
the following amongst other objects :
To construct and operate a water
workB system for the supplying of
the town of Cranbrook in the province of British Columbia, and the
locality adjacent thereto, and the inhabitants thereof, with water.
And whereas the said Company on
the 12th day of July, 1904, under the
provisions of the Water Clauses Consolidation Act 1897, obtained a certificate from the Honourable Mr. Justice Irving, pursuant to section 55 oi
the said act,
And whereas the said Water Supply
Compnny, Limited, pursuant to
their charter of Incorporation and
the said certificate, have constructed
and maintained works for the supply
ing of water to the inhabitants of
the City of Cranbrook and vicinity
and are now operating the same.
And whereas on the 10th day of
October, 1904, the Company obtained
a record of one hundred inches from
the waters of Joseph Prairie Creek
[to be used in the supplying of water
j to the inhabitants of Oranbrook and
jthe vicinity thereof.
| And whereas negotiations are now
I pending between the city and the
iCompany fortius sale hy the Com
puny to the city of tho Company'h
licence, works and lands, Including
tho said water record.
And whereas the available amount
of water in Joseph Prairie Creelt is
approximately 1000 Inches.
And whereas the existing records
on Joseph Prairie Creek are as follows :—
\ John Shaw, record dated 4th December, 18(18, transferred rind assign-
led to Loon Fouquet, IliO Inenos
I J. T. (felbralth, record dnted the
28rd day of May, 1872 800 inches
I J. T. Galbraith, record for milling
I purposes     dated   January  7th,   1874,
  M inebes
James Baker, record dated March
1st, I88fi 500 inches
B. C. Southern Railway Company,
record dated the 10th day of February,   1899 20 inches
J. W." Robinson, record dated the
17th day of Soptemher, 1900,
500 inches
Wm. McKenzie, record dated 2nd
day ot December, 1899, 20 inches
Malcolm B. Heath, record dated
16th day of October, 1900     100 inches
Water Supply Co., Ltd., record dated   the   10th   day   of   October, 1904,
100 inches
Malcolm Horie, record dated the
3rd day of January, 1908      175 inches
Erastus Llezert, record dated1 the
21st day of September, 1908 100 inches
And whereas the record of John
T. Galbraith for milling purposes
dated January 7th, 1874, is as follows :—
Water record in favor of John T.
Galbraith, the right to 500 inches of
water to be used for milling purposes to be taken out of Joseph Prairie
Creek about 1000 feet above the Custom House and conducted in a ditch
or flume to the sawmill on John T,
Galbraith's property nud to be returned to Joseph Prairie Creek ut
about 600 feet below the Custom
House.
And whereas the record of James
Baker, tinted the 1st of March, 1886,
is as follows :-
1886, 1st of March. Water record
of James Baker. Joseph Prairie
Creek record in favor af
James Baker, the right to divert not
exceeding 500 inches of water from
Joseph Prairie Creek to be taken
from two points on said Creek above
Munroe's cabin, for agricultural purposes for a term of ninety-nine years.
And whereas the City are desirous
of expropriating 500 Inches from the
said records and to acquire a licence
in respect thereof to be used for municipal purposes only, under tbe provisions of the Water Act 1909.
And whereas the holder of the
milling record of John T. Galbraith
has not for u period of fifteen years
made use of the said record or water
thereby granted.
And whereas the said John T. Galbraith or his assigns have no works
in connection with the same.
And whereas the holder of the record of James Baker dated 1st March,
1886, bus not made use of the same
nor constructed any works In connection with the same.
And whereas the lands upon which
such records wero to bo used, being
the lands owned by the said John T.
Galbraith and James Baker on the
dates respectively of their water
rights, and which are affected or capable of being irrigated hy said water |
are lots 4, 5, 22, 29, 35, 25, 24, 28, 27,
and 33, in group one (1), in the district of Kootenay, which said lots
have since been subdivided nnd sold
in part, und constitute the city of
Oranbrook and vicinity.
And whereas the persons whose
rights it Is proposed to acquire are
the owners of the lunds situate in
said lots,
And whereas the name of, tbe nearest stream available for the purpose
of tlie municipality, other thun the
waters of which it in proposed to
expropriate, Is Gold Creek, being sit
Unto from eight to ten miles distant
from the municipality.
And wherouH tho approximate estimate of the cost of bringing water
from the said Gold Creek to the municipality is from $120,000.00 to $150,-
000.00,
And whereas the amount proposed
to be paid to tbe existing licensees
or their assigns for the extinguishment of their rights, the acquisition
of their works and for their loss generally, Is one dollar ($1.00) to be
paid forthwith.
And whereas your petitioners deetn
It to be necessary for the proper
maintenance of tho water supply system, that the water should be stored
by means of dams or roservoirs or
in such manner ns your Honour may
direct according to plans to be hereafter furnished, nnd at such places as
your Honour may direct.
Now your petitioner humbly pray-
eth that Your Honour will be pleased to grans leave to your petitioner
the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Cranbrook.
1 To expropriate from the said
records of John T. Galbraith dated
the 7th dny of January 1875, and the
record of the said James Baker dated 1st day of March, 1886, five
hundred (500) inches, or thirteen and
seven-tenths (13 7-10) cubic feet per
second, of water to be taken from
Joseph Prairie Creek in the District
of Kootenay in the province of British Columbia, and the works (if
any) constructed thereunder, and to
acquire another licenco In respect
thereof.
2 To store the said water by
means of dams or reservoirs or otherwise and at such places as Your
Honour may direct.
And your petitioners will ever pray:
(Seal) The Municipal Corporation
of the Oity of Cranbrook,
J. P. FINK, Mayor.
THOMAS M. ROBERTS, City Clerk.
TAKE NOTICE thnt the above petition will be presented to His Honour tho Lieutenant Governor in Council on Tuesday, the 5th day of Octo-
bor, 1909, at the hour of 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time any
person affected by the same may be
beard.
Dated this 25th day of August,
1909.
G. H. THOMPSON,
Solicitor for City of Cranbrook,
whose     address    for  service is Reid
Block, Baker Street, Cranbrook, B.C.
35-4
J. S. DENNIS,
^^^^^^B Assl. to 2nd Vice President,
Calgary, Alberta.
Please send me all (acts pertaining to your lands in B. C.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
j Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection
Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Crnnbrook.
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
Train Load
or a Bag
the quality of ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
docs not vary.
Whether your purchase he big or little it
will bring; that satisfied feeling of having
bought well. 9
Anchor
Brand
Flour
VISIT DR. KELLEY'S
GREAT MUSEUM
The Largest Anatomical
Museum In the Welt,
Dr. Kelly—Diseases of Men. Twenty
years' experience In the treatment ol
weakness, nervous troubles or any
contracted ailments, A positive cure
in every case undertaken. Consultation free nnd strictly private. Treat
ment personally or by letter.
DR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
210 Howard St., Spokane. Wash.
Stock Quotations
—o	
As Furnished by
HKALh! & ELWELL, Oranbrook, B.C
April 19th, 191)11.
Bid
Aurora  Consolidated Htuelters
Oranbrook Fire Urlek
Dominion Copper .87
Nlcolu (Vol Mines Ltd      ,04
Nipiasing 10.75
Sullivan
ll. O, Amalgamated (mil .02)
II. 0. Copper
Oanndlnn (loldflolds
Canadian Marconi
Canadian Northwest Oil
Consolidated Smelters
Diamond Conl
Diamond  Vale Coal
International Coal
MeOlllivray Greek Coal
North Star
NiiKuet. Oold Mines
Plncher Creek oil Co.
Rnmhler Cariboo
Royal Collieries
Society Olrl
Wcntprn Oil fiiref)
Western Oil ford.)
Veteran War Scrip
(0
.out
1.00
.16
77.00
.67
.09
.74
.25
.081
.CO
.11
.27
a ar>
1.75
525 00
Asked
.26
1.10
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.04,
11.21
,00|
.OS
7.60
.05
1.75
.20
95.00
.61
•U.
.7i
.12
.70
1.00
.14,
.28
.25
4.00
2.60
700 00
Manfd.  by   Leltch Brothers   Flour Mills, Oak Lake, Man.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
<^
Hon. Walter Scott.
Premier ol
Saskatchewan.
FOLEY'S
PREMIER
SODAS
think  or "minimis
AND POtlVCTOOCTHIR
WHIN   YOU   SUV   80OAI
Thr urn-1 rrnqtienf disappointment
ni buying loilas is in finding thorn Hut
in tnslo ainl old in appearance Toil
never Und thut in Foley's Sodas.
We make Foley's Soilai ih ■ dnv tlioy are Milppail     No shipping Irom
pllod-up olil slock- - ill fro ih -niado llio day I hoy go oul
Wc  ship  only  in   inii.iutv proof,   dust-proof,   air-proof  nirlons.
Foley's sodas roAOli your iinin* in exactly tIn-  nin- porfcet,  fresh.
swsol, palatable c in lltl 11 In which I hoy I mvc the fuctory.
Foley* are woll-llavorod, ivell-nindn ami properly pocked litih sodas.
Foley Bras.  Larson & Co.
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
VANOOUVIR PAOB  6
THI PROS PEOTOR,   ORANBROOK,   B.   C,  BATUKDAV, AUGUST 2»TM, lu
The
Lion
Brand
A    Special
$5"
SUIT
Double Elbows
Sli wider Pails
Sleeve Parts
Unbreakable Fionts in
the C"ats
Double Seats
Double huees
Doiihe-Slitcheil >eains
Dark Gray Silesia  Lin-
inn in tlie Knickers
I,
tin- licsl ti ininii'i
S'l'wesl I'.rt.Tn-
," '    " '
lllli'l tlif lifht    tvrai'illy
in 1 he '  UTirl cut
!•.-•   made.
■11 u   In       ' 11
A Three-Piece Double-Breasted Sack
If:
Colli'
worth *i;
nni I.    We novo
sold it stiil wiih -
wo ilon'l think ii.'
ilii> suit.
mr special sun ui s,i-nn; this »mi   • cusilj
"LION riKAND' in., ..-.   ind       • gum
iilli-i'i-il iii-lii!'- n snil sn   irootl,
11.-i«-li u Im ns abotil il  1-   his suit, and
i' i- u lio.v iii 1 lie place shti ihl   niss scp'u e
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LOCAL   NEWS.
• •-•»..• .-.»,.. . .. ... •■••,■•■ •■,•■■,$
Q,   A.  Laurie of     Creston was     in
town Thursday,
A. 0. Hliuue of Vancouver was    in
town this week.
II. li. Pink of Spokane was visiting
his son Mayor Kink this week.
Win.   I arlm drove over from  Port
Steele Wednesday  on business,
choice    Malaga    and Black Prince
Crapes at Stewart's.
\     E, Watts and Mrs,  IVatta    of
Wattslmre. were iu town Monday
11   E. Wright and     B   r. Brassard
ut St   I'aal were in town Monday.
and    Mrs    J    ll    lloyee of I'al
wen- Crnnhrook  visitors    M*»n
Mr
gal v
daj
Sweet   potatoes ill  Stewart's tndaj
A   Mueller .,1 Moyle, and n   Balrd
nl llieli River were al the Royal Prl
•llANIUKiiiK   I.ANU   DISTRICT,
Dlstrlot ol Baal Kootenay.
1,1.  Pius
I.ANN NOTICE.
Notlco is hoiehj glvon ilmt I. Ueo
Wilson, uccountant, sixtv daya aftei
Take notice thai Jacob Plus Pink date Intend to apply to the Chiel:
ol Cranbrook, B, C . occupation raor Commissioner ol Lands and Workanl
ehant, intends to apply for porails victoria, lor permission to purchase
sion to purchase the following des | ,|ie [ollowlng described lands in East I
eritu-d lands    Commencing at a poal   Kootenay.
planted     at  the southoasl eninei ol    Commencing nl 0 poal planted    at
lot      7iU7.      theme  south  CO chains ;   (to     M)Utll     VV1,S,  ,.,„.„,.,. 0| |D|  5970,
ihenee wesl 40    chnlnB; ihenee north thonce running south ah.ml 50 chaiuB
60 chains; thence easl  10 chnins    to to timber license No,   316811,    thenco
the place .a the commencement. ong|    m ..hams,   thonco north In lol
Jacob   Plus  Kink        BU70,    Ihenee    WOSl   III
Dated August -Mi, 1009 US 9  ll11t,.
——  — . Cloorgo Wll "ui
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT Datod  >\ugusl !0, 1009 M.'
District ol Kasi Kootenny.
Take notice    that I, Anno Melville
l.eask,   occupation    married woman,
Intond    to   apply   foi permission i,>
purchase one hundrod and slxtj acres  "l'u
ol   land,   bounded as follows    Com    phi
inenclng    nl a post pin I al     tho
southeast     coruer    id lot  8435, and
thence Is ehulns woat, thene mtlt 4,0
chains, thenco enst   lu chain . thonco
ninth lu chains
Vnn« Melvllli  i ■    '••   Locatoi
II    Helton    \f
Di    lugusl  Hat   1909
I
Pin
TO RBNT.
"
roomod Cottage, cl  to    tho
eh,..a     llllectrlc light, IVlllOl ami
e     l|ipl)
LOUIS  HILTON,      |
North Bud Vim Home  \vo
>Miiiiitiiliiii.if«i.ilf*liiMl^il'i^itlfllti.iir.^
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PtlbtiC     llllpl:' ii \    I
tl
ft
$
I
I
fit
Mi. and Mrs. p
lunit spent several -l
ih,, week
A Six Dollar Suit; Our Price $5 00
Burns  Bros.
CRANBROOK. - B. C.
We can fti you out with either
Clothes Line Reels or Line Pulleys,
coiue m and have a look at oui new
clothes   Dryers    Pattnore  Hti^
Mis u D Laiulaw will receive foi
iIn' ftrst, time next Thursday .it hoi
home on Baker Hill.
a Alien ol Marysville passed Cran
brook Thursday on his way to Toron
The    Cranbrook baseball team will
play    m. > .1     on Labor Da) ror the
iropi nsbip ol Kast  Kootenay
! TheKootnay I
! I
'     lu :  Pnnffil       \sri11   I      1
V  Jones ol Cole   al the    Commiuton appointed underI]  vA ULl ell       Will  a     W
uis m Crnnbrook I the "Public     Inquiries  Vcl '   lot  the] : ".     *'•
NOT
lijnvlmi:
BREAD.
MAKER
mixes and kneads
biead thoroughly
in Three Minutes.
The hands do
not touch the
dough.
, urposi   ol   ni.ii.iii [   imp It i   Into    .ill. ^
inattel    In > onneol loi   w Ith I ho i im j \
ber resoiiri | the .  i i nee "ill   i->-   s
held ai the following p lata on    the   |
•Inies set opposite each, its lj J
\ ancouver \ue.nsi !3rd, 14th 151 b i s
Beatth Vui u il It I 'th !Kth ■
Kamtoops   Septomhei   lth 5
Vernou   Septembei s ami 9 j 5
Rovelstoke Septemhei 10 nml II £
Nelson   Hoptombel  IH ;
Cranbrook   Septemhei 11 anil
Pernle   September lli
Grand Porks   Septemhei  IS
in lag in the members ol iiu- emu | :g
mission having accepted an Invitation   :
to alien,I the    meetings ol the Ptrat 1  s« will tho I
National  Conservation Congress     "t \ .2   pa| street care
'.1:.-.- Merij ol Montague, P.K.I  was Ithe United Stales, to be held In the 5     . k     .,
rlsltmg at the    residence "i Mr   and   auditorium   ol   the   tlaska-Yukon-Pn
Mrs   •'   C   Neilseu. cific Exposition, Seattle, Washington,
a  August  26th, 87tb aud SStti Inat.,
Bruci   Brown   who has been spend    the meetings on the lust daj  ol   the
mi; his holidays .it the coast   return   commission In  Vancouver, advertised
ed to Cranbrook Wednesday .-,,,  ,;.„. 26tni nn(j     ,h„ meetings    at
fir
I Run on I   ":
1 Baker Street I %
Say John buy one for Mary and have
sonic good bread to say nothing of
labor saved this hot weather.
t
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.    BJ.   '   ..    , SVw  Westminster, August — 71li mul l's
ronifrht    the Edison theatre is put-   h.iVt, ,imi
inbrook Munloi- [\-
We are able to 1
contradictions £
£ on the best     ol authority, Ru   !:
m nuns ni all kinds circulate very J
5 quickly,    but   it  doesn't signify 3:
S thnt   because   Main   Btreot has j"
■ -
S been   graded   that either ol the 2
fit
J. D. McBride
fc Hardware Cranbrook,   B. C. fit
j)' sit
|^^fi*fiTfi4fi+###fi*«r##*fiv#fiifirfiTfiT*#fir
attractive
Diamonds Have Gone up
And Merchants Say They Will Still Go Higner
Early in the spring we bought a large consignment
of loose stones, these have now been mounted into ring
settings, etc Prices from $15,00 to $-100 00. While
they last wo have  no intention to higher our price;'.
OUR PRICES Will HI MAIN LOW
THE  RAWOTH  BBOS.    OPTICIANS
(.:  P. R. Watch Inspectors CRANBROOK
ting   "ii   an   exceptionally
pi ogram ol fonr lilrus.
Lome Langin and R. 8. Alkens
visited tbf l.'pper Columbia valley
this week, returning on Saturday.
t'h.nc
Tol
.r.i[>'-s at  Stewart's,
uson for ducks
cancelled.   Arrangements ;S above linos will  bo found the)
for tho holdings of meetings at these | .• However here are some
places will bo annouuceil later,     The
meeting at Kamloopa will be held on
the 7th of September, and not on the
30th as originally   advertised. Otherwise the itinerary remains the sumo.
Announcement  will be made later if
it should he decided to he necessary
The  hunting   .season  fur ducks    and ! or advisable to hold meetings at otb*
geese will open on     Wednesday, Sep- j er places.
tember   1st.   .Johnny,   tret   your    gun FRED .1   B'TJLTON,
ready. Chairman.
  I Lands Department,
A large    number   ol Cranbrookites     Victoria, B.C., 12th August, 1909.
have,     spent     their  holidays at  tho |
coast,  also taking  in  the  big  Alaska I —	
Yukon Exposition. |;;**-♦, i .....**...,,. ♦.♦-.♦-♦,-^
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i We are here with the goods ; the
'best Clothes Line Reels und Line
Pulleys on the market.   Pat more Bros
Hurry Pettit, with his family, left
job Thursday for Medicine Hut, where
they will reside.
! Freeh Blueberries at Stewart's, the
last shipment of the season has arrived today. Choice quality-
! A welcome shower on Thursday
morning assisted in putting forest
fires in this vicinity out of business.
i A. R. rt'yness of Vancouver, L. M.
'.Stuck     of   Toronto,     E, Prettle of
Wardner, and J. F. MsLean of Moose
; .law wore     guests at the Crnnbrook
Monday.
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THE CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
,irr   sold   nllh    In
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439-441   Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WHITK   F-'OR   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE,
Bianch Stori
Georw  We
inne Str.'.-t. Nelson, B.C.
Agent, Cranbrook   B I'
Manager
H.    H     STANTON,
for   all    Eastern    B.C
Business.
:
i Arch, Leitch left on Monday for
: .lafiray in response to a telephone
' message, which said that the mill of
the East Kootenay Lumber Co., wns
in danger from a forest tire.
Car of mixed fruit at     Stewart's.
J W. F. Duke of Montreal, T. Green
X jot Crow's Nest, D. P. Pottanger nnd
\  J. H, Montgomery     of Toronto were
: : registered at     the Cranbrook Thursday.
♦ Provincial Mineralogist F.   L.  Uolr
:♦   prison,  who  has been examining  the
mines of the Cranbrook district   for
^  the past ten     days,  left on Monday
:for the Windermere district. He was
accompanied  by  Mr.  Harold Nation.
# A    meeting of the directors of the
: Cranbrook Agricultural Association
was held on Monday morning, for
X the purpose of completing urrnnge-
T meats for the big fuir on September
I  14th.
^ Send in your preserving orders for
+ peaches, plums, pears ; quality unsurpassed
Does your wife and children love
amusement ? Then send them out for
an evening) or what is the matter
with your escorting her to the Edi-
son theatre tonight. New Alms that
will Interest you will be shown.
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I Phone  56
THE
Tuesday lust iit tbe liome ol
11-I Mrs, 11. Hlckenbothnm about
foity V'liini? i»-i»pli-, mombers and
liiende "i thr league, spun a very
plooHunl evening <>n the lawn lor a
pari ol the tunc, nml then Kln«inir
nnd Karnes wen- enjoyed in the house.
At the closes hearty voto ol thanks
was accorded to tin- kind host anil
hostess lor their hospitality, to
"liir-h Mr. Hlekenbotham suitably re-
Pl   '
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trr*\J      C»r|t»iV'--' X Bce    ""r    new patent Clothes Lli
/\l 1  1 I    111       »»7 ■              __ « Reels, to »<-t up on lawn, also pntet
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♦ in the homu if you use only
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
Makes Best Bread
Gold Standard
leas and Coffees
X
CAMPBELL& MANNING
:
The Ladies Aid ,.1 the Methodist
church will hold u sulo nt work in
tlie store on Armstrong avenue next
to Mr. Pnrrant'fl tailor shop, Thursday afternoon and evening next. A
iclectlon ot useful things will be on
ale and refreshments will be served.
Come and have your inipper with Mm
J ladles on Thursday evening. A very
X   handsome     ..»-t      of new chairs have
J'l n     ndded to the parsonage lately
*)   by  this energetic department of the
* church,   Tlie  ladies  ure anxious     to
4   ice all their friends at the sale next
♦ Thursday without, fail,
T To those Interested m the clearing
1 nf land     we   would say thnt wo are
J agents for this district for the Mon
X arch  Stumping     machines and Grub
4 hers,   We have several of these    ma-
: chines at   work  in this locality    and
are proving very powerful and satis
^ factory.   Patmoro Pros.
STEWART'S
The  Leading- Fruit Store.
I'iikskkvini: Pralines.
IMAMS.  I'E.MN. I'KAil-
ll'IM.KS. TOKAV liUAPHS.
Melons.   Tomatoks,
CJURUMnEHS.
llAZKI.WOor) Ic'KI'IIK.WI,
STHWABT'S l-'I.M-:
('IIIK'IH.ATKS
HUGH
Arinslrnng \\
'EWART
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lupixid iii 2o mluuios
tiro with Dr. Slioojt'a
L'riiuj) ttetucdy, One
Mwt will rmi'oly pmra.
 itiiiL-. ui, iii-
tres-   A '-Hio nnd plfi^hiitsvmp-'ite. liruiwi-is.
I Main Lines I
! j
J always to he found on linker £
| Street, and they are some of !'
5   thfl most reliable In II. t!. ;■
I McCALLUM'S I
I MAIN LINES I
I 1
I Moffatts National Stoves |
} Stephens House Paints :
!| The best of Kitchen Ulen- I
§    sils and Cutlery i
if The new Cranbrook bricks :
I Exshaw Cement |
i Glass and Oils •
I TaKe the Uelt Line to
;J Armstrong-Baker • June
I tion and cross the track
I to
Heating   and   Plumbing
I Engineers        ■      .     .      .
♦ OUU ATM N to (plva the com fort- scoker the fullest bousq
t of comfort with tlit- least senso of apparatus the most satis*
X King results at the least expense of fuel nml or labor, with
I freedom fi-cui repairs, and a durability oqual lo th-' Ufa of tin-
I buildings    in    whirl)    thr    heating -systems  are  installed.
1 Our Systems of  Heating meet these  requirements  uxactly.
X Theya'ro the efflolont, silent, reliable servanl of the house owner
+ un uiijum-i which docs more for the oheer and healthfulnoss nf
# lioiiii'-lifcth an any oilier material feature or decoration of homo
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• To t»et  the best results  from
I your fruit trees you must put
$ nourishment into the ground.
liv  Our
MGGflLLUM'S?
hardware!
Dried Blood Fertilizer
Hlood and Rone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & ro.       |
in P. o. linx a.    %
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C. R. WARD, ttnnugu
C. J. LITTLE. Beorotttry.
The Cronbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE. EMPLOYMENT
PHONG 380 P   O.  BOX  19
Cranbrook, - - B. C.
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Ham and Bacon!!
Our smoked meats are always fresh stoctf.    Wi
ai'O sure ihat. if you  try ihom onco you  will agi'ei
witli  us iii.-ii  they are Iho best   flavored   and
wholeso  smoked  meats you have ever i-iiton
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aaauuuuiuuuaui    *....... *     llnpi-iit  it   "Bhllob's Ouie will   hI
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P. Woods & Co.!!
PHONE ST P.O. BOX 164 •'
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156*1 uck'h or bench laud, within thu three mile radius of
and overlooking tho city of Crnnhrook, together with new
frame lutn.se uinl stable, log ice house and ice., complote kit
of carpenter's and blacksmiths' tools, including forge, cart
and harness, horse harness und top buggy, etc., etc., is of
fered for Bale by the owner at u bargain.
This laud is a sandy loam, docs not need irrigating, although wator can be put on it 2 different ways, und is at
least ton dogrees warmer than bottom land ; will make ideal
Hub-divisions,
Household   Furniture   for  Sale
Consist1 ng in purl, of New Scale Williams piano, mahogany
frame, ionic pattern, ($5(50.00,) curved music cabinet, uolld
oak dining chairs (leather seated,) iron and brass beds,
dressers und commodes, "Souvenir" range, upright heating
Stove, parlor and bedroom sqllaros nnd rugs, refrigerator,
oil paintlngB, library, etc., otc.
Auction Sale *>f 5 Acres
FRUIT TRACTS
Look out for my Mammoth Auction Sale of 100
live aiirii fruit traota September 14 and 15 next
H. 3- Binning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦««#««,««;
Phone No
206
3° D. B. Dulmage
Tenm, can hfl arranged on any of the above lots.
P. 0. Box
315
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED,
HOUSES
Kor   Snle or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office* Workshop—Lewis St.
•hone No. 98.
UNDERTAKING
Culls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   No, 0
NIGHT PHONE No. 280
R. H. DWYER.
Fuiioral   Director   and   Em
balmor,  In charge,

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