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CRANJ3ROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   SBPTBMBBR   25,   190t).
No. ••;.<>
TIMBER
SUPPLY
Is Receiving More Serious
Attention.
PROTECTION 1$ NFCDFD
B. C. Should Have Policy
to Restore Season's
Growth.
ONE DAYS
REST IN SEVEN
Discussed Friday Evening
at the Baptist Church.
BY T. ALBERT MOORE
equipped witb a few Buckeye Mlrro-
senpe-Stereopticnn observation instruments, finally not under way and
into interesting regions. Tin* route,
somewhat clrcuituous, was via dan
Salvador, Washington, N lagaru,
Old Fort Gary. The Rocklea and up
by the way of Hudson Bay to the
Artie Circle, l'olar transportation■
iee fields, Hoes, bergs, Bsklno and
negro, etc., were studied with considerable interest nnd scientific observations were made lor the benefit
of future exploits.
With the aid of the elect nc search
light, from the Oranbrook Power
House, a view of the coveted Nort
Pole was obtained about ten o'clock
by the Herman chronometer, when
that man, I'ncle Sam, wns discovered there at his old annexation
business. His colors were "nailed"
and the party could dearly see him
with his right arm around this
ancient land-mark of No Man's Ooitn-
With each passing year the possibility of exhausting the world's timber supply nnd the need of efficient
protective measures are receiving
more serious attention. A circular
issued by the United States forest
service gives some facts that, should
be considered by those responsible j
for the administration of forest!
wealth, According to this circular
thc total yearly drain on American
forests, not counting losses from
tires, storms, and insects, is some
000,000,000 cubic feet. The prfcB-
■■ut forest area of 550,000,000 acres is
roughly estimated to consist of
•200,000,000 acres of mature forests,
in which tho annual growth Is balanced by death and decay, of 250,000-
000 acres partially cut or burned
over, on which, with reasonable
care, there is sufficient young growth
to produce in the course of time a
merchantable but not a full crop of
timber, and 100,000,000 acres of more
severely cut and burned-over forests,
on which there is not sufficient young
growth to produce another crop of
much value. Taken as a whole, the
annual growth under these conditions
does not exceed twelve cubic feet per
acre, a total of less thnn 7,000,000-
000 cubic feet. The forests are being
cut three times as fast, as they are
growing. There is a menace in the
continuance of such conditions. The
country may never reach absolute
timber exhaustion, but the unrestricted exploitation of forests iu t he
past lias already had serious effects,
and it will have much worse if it is
allowed to continue unchecked.
White pine, for instance, which was
once considered Inexhnustable lias
fallen ot! 7(1 per cent, in cut since
1890 and more than 45 per cent,
since 1900. The cut of oak, a most
valuable hardwood lumber, has decreased 10 per cent, since 1900, and
that of yellow poplar 22 per cent.
The same results will follow In other
woods if they are not conserved.
In commenting on these statistics
the Engineering News points out that
timber has been cheap and abundant
and the people have become careless
of its production nnd reckless in its
use. They take 250 cubic feet of wood
per capita annually from the forests,
while Germany uses only 37 cubic
feet, and France but. 25. On the
other hand, Germany makes her
State forests produce an average of
48 cubic feet or wood per acre. This
continent has as fast-growing species
as Germany nnd as good or better
forest soil. The necessity for more
farm land may eventually reduce the
total forest area to 100,000.000 acres
less than it is at present. It is entirely possible, however, to produce
on 450,000,000 acres as much wood as
n population much greater than that
of the United States will really need
if all the forest land is brought to I
Its highest producing capacity and iff
the.product Is economically and com-]
pletely utilized. To reach the necessary condition of equilibrium between
timber production aud consumption
will take many years of vigorous
effort. We need not look to individual effort for forest cultivation. Personal enterprise demands more
prompt   results.    It is   a misfortune
gave much valuable information regarding market conditions, future
prospects, and the general situatloa
in the interior of the province.
He demonstrated that in the sue-
coss of the lumber industry every citizen of British Columbia should be
directed with tho view to fostering
aud establishing it upon a sound
stable foundation. British Columbia
mills have very keen competition in
their natural market, and the constantly increasing production of
spruce and pine lumber in Alberta,
Saskatchewan and Manitoba is owing to its proximity to the market
and very low freight rates, largely
displacing our lumber in a very considerable portion of the northwest.
Mr. Staples was particularly omphalic upon the subject of fire protection nnd declared that if intelligent measures are adopted to prevent
lit os there should be possible tho ensuing of a perpetual    timber supply	
in British Columbia. Out over Urn- ] General Secretary Of theltry in tl,e act "f wltlking on with it
its    rapidly     reforest provided     the '    w To the delight,     however, of the On
young growth is     protected and fire       lorri>Q Hau  Allianri* ! nndinns   this act     of     piracy     was
kept out. i    i-oras way Alliance—    brought   t0 a 8Udd0n \llH\y Hlr
PKTBIt LUND. rnnvinrino- TalU Gilbert Parker's chain to which was
Peter Lund,   managing   director of; wwivihwhj   I dlK. attached the   explanatory "anchored
the Crow's Nest     Pass Lumber Co., tn Ottawa.     Uncle Sam on this, ap
Ltd., was another     most convincing: —"— , penred from another   view to   move
witness whose evidence fully bore out j ofl quickly as if on thin ice from the
and confirmed the former statementsi The union meetinc nf Frid»v tt.«! imb5l,RUo nver , ('ook ,Vs rfBr,?
of those lumbermen who had preced-! 17th heUUn fif itaDtist ChuiJh £ Problem On arrival nt the pole It
ed him on the witness stand He Jhe interest of a mo?e Universal ob WftK n.otwl' l™*lUn* \li Commander
contended  that havine the timber nlL!l.!   V . universA' o""! Peary's     sound ngs, (the more rol a-
the co untry in the^ hands of Tndivid-'^        />f " lPKUlftr <™*resMay ln ble,) that    the terra     llrmn of this
tne countr>  in tni nanus oi muiwu   every seven was a gratifying success,   Vn{'     "a _     Inflft nni1 .. „,.„,.♦,,
tials   instead of being a    matter   of (rom nu>re thftn one standpoint. Bcv!'' °l°    *UB ft    ! - ■  H Q-
alarm was a     distinct advantage to 0. O. Main opened the meeting with
the    country.      The cp-operatloni of devotional exercises, in    which   the
the timber holders could be definately:audfenre joLnea     heartily.   Mr   J   F
assured by the     perfecting of   their Smith was the chairman of the even
titles so that there may be confidence ; jng( mt\ inv choir
and not doubt to   thc right of spec- i Church assisted in
lal licences.   In reserving the right to the programme,     rendering nn excel- i "^ WflB     DPnmntiv     resorted    to
advance the royalties the government lMlt anthem.   The    speaker     of the XffiJd! the «S lltlon    ttk?Oapt
have in their hands the power of ful- evening W(W Mr T    Albert     „ Another ot the' e^lon,   "JeCapt
y protecting the rights of the pub-; KeneriU 8ecretary of the Dominion SfJS-. of hree centuries " AU
c,    but it    is   absolutely    essential  Lord's   Dav     Alliance    HiR mtdnuu       .    P * centuries.      aii
rhAr  nmvision be mado    for makinc i,. I    .Amance"   ,Ml8 address h the,.     '-Hensations   that mado
that provision do mane 101 maung W(W a most eloquent and conv ncing *,„_ i.mmsHihle for hours" Two
licences renewable so long as mer- appeal to the reason and sympathies i&wSts of the gentler sex
cbantable timber shall remain on the of p le M fl 8ubject or vftftl |^ ^J™ loade and IrV. sister'
ground, and   that   rental     shall   1)6 est t0    ... comm,inltv and Province i fc ?, ., 7. I ,„'
Oxen"       No nbiection could be raised mT couimnnixy ana irovincc.      tn      remarkable     small boy, born
.,   .'   « ° 0,,Jpcl!on C0Ulu ;.,e Iftlseu The    response of the audience    was:      ..     - ..    u8 .......npi n«e0mnaniod
f the Government reserve the prlvl- mttrked( not only in the generous ^11?^ and BS StoiS Tone of
lege of ordering timber holders to re- on-erin[r madfl nt \na rinq(1 ,,„. ,,.,- ■tlie WM9 ani\ ban cnaige 01 out, 01
move the timber on any lands suita- £«» address the   MtrUment?-    ?° fi?"   ki?,(•,lf
ble for agriculture, should they be IBf nominaE committee consist- HpirltH TO aU?WC,d' thta "podition
mmiihifl fnr settlement The ores-1 • non™"»8 committee, consist-, b in ,. „ ,t Up.t0-dato. There was
lemnted 01 settlement. 1nt1 prea , ,ng of MeflBt8i McKlnnon, Patmore1 S Lwntinn nf cold- but nn thc
ent rental, Mr. Lund considered too flnd Fereusnn ntinointed earlv in the;th0 BenBfttlon . 0l C01Ul mu. on ihc
bi»h in cnmimrisnn with those in er- . "rguson, appoinieu eany in tne t n urnVing at our last Igloos
lilgti in comparison wiu tuouo 111 ei   evening,  reported later on   the   new1   ,   lU*nitIlftWn „riih sbnok   which had
ect at thc coast,   and recommended  officers for the local    Alliance «*eeu-  (?  we'known grun slack   wnicn nan
a re-adjustment on a more equitable g^wSltS! in   the   foUowin   aS- Slpped ttmi ltS     oW P,°f tl0,n\ .t-''
■  • - -     '■--   ""'    _.utm7    ,l  nl 1,        ,5 n,%   Baracans set no   more holes In their
pointments by the meeting: Ilr. B. ■ b u but warmed up with a kind
W. Connolly president; Revd's 0. f hot ococoau chocolate fudge,
O.     Main,    B.   P.     Plewelling,    U..«own bnm„ ^ yellow buttafi and
a tinol    scientific     observation  with
YELLOW LABOR
IS WflNT&D
On   Mountain Section of
the G. T. P.
CLAIMS MR. SCHttlf Bf R
White Men Say the Work
is too Hard   Other
Work Completed.
tern of competitive examinations:
and as for the field staff. President
Taft ims issued p   peremptory order
to the Cabinet .Minister responsible
that these men are not to take any
part in politics, under pain of summary dismissal. The I'uited States
census of I-'IO will be conducted as a
scientific operation and will be kept
as far away from party politics ns
the Civil Service Commission and a
very powerful President can manage
between them.
I more directly below where tho party
stood. No one ventured the terrible
! descent.
There   were no     serious accidents,
.....   hut one of the party, a hard worker,
of the     Baptist anoWOd early  symptoms of tbe dread
the song part of: ftVctic     frost-sleep.   Vigorous    treat-
basis. Present rentals for the very
light stand of interior timber are exorbitant,      and should     be reduced.
The timber of the    district does not!Hughes"'and   Charles   King
average a 00   feet per acre as against; pre|ident Mr<      j       «
about     26,000    at     the coast.     Mr. j ymith     secretary-treasurer;
vice-
Fingal
and the
some discussion.
Ottawa, Sept. ^ A development
of the lust week has boon a demand
by the Grand Trunk Pacific for the
privilege nt using Oriental labor on
its Mountain Section through Ilritish
Columbia. The demand first came
through Mr. L'olllngwood Hchrlebor,
i Government consulting engineer for
Ithe (i. T. P., an old and confidential
[officer of the Government. He gave
lan interview this week in which he
until: "The mountain section of the
1 Grand Trunk Pacific Railway will
. never be built, nt leas not until
I you are gray-beaded, unless tho con
tractors are allowed to get in othor
than  white labor.
"Tho conditions in British Columbia as regards labor ale particularly
bad." continued Mr. Schrieber.
"There seems to be some white men
walking about the streets of the
town but they will not go on tail-
way construction work. They say j
that it. is too hard, of course it is
not as agreeable as city life, but if
1 white men will uot do it some one
else will have to, as the work must
be done. At present there are grad
ed tbe first hundred miles from the
j Pacific west. The rails are arriving
for this section now. The contrae
«tors for the first, sections are Foley,
! Welch and Stewart, a first-class Una.
I They have only been able to get a
couple of thousand men for the work
so far,   and they have obtained them
 -s evidence was a good iHnstra-j f |'K)WinK witb tneae t0 comp0se the        Lf.       tnc puriy    strucK     me:     ,    ,.v imvnumt of   three dollars a
tion of the fact that lumbermen gen-1 executlv; commlttee:     Messrs B. H | "i^ht trail and made a dash for home j ff? ~L K.i     tL iJ!„!!!." \LW
at a good pace.
WILL RUN AGAIN
orally are actuated not only by the I short' J P Armstrong n a
desire to have their own position ffiyeft and D J iSon. R' A"
improved     but are able to     look at CORUECTKI) IMPRESSIONS
his problem.from the stand-point ol     „,    toh one
the best interests o   the   *^J P«°" false   impressions."   Mr.   Moore   re-! -h*—
L^d aSTiSa tf Proh;- -2- ^h\.iKninwBas0' S&*lw. R Rosb Interviewed Concein
lace has everything to gala by gran- organization to   (orce upon the
t?B«    1 Bh£tof SL  t^nlZ' Dle any Particular    form of Sabbath
m„h  »« ^M«iivre   !#°S?S»ton observan?e,    as some    had reported;
Lund  was decidedly     of the opinion bt    t     j    t all people
that the Government shonld     adopt jone d    ^ 8flVen f leaving to
a more efficient     system of flr   P"- the people     themselves, as    to how
vention,   and he pointed out that the they would spend   the day,
ing Comidg Election.
A rumor to the effect that W. R.
Ross, M. P. P., would not contest
this riding in the coming election
.caused a "Free Press" representative
 ,   — ... ._ |VHV|  „„«.« ot„,„„   „..„  Jt   go long! to call on our   local member yester-
intorest and support of    tbe lumber- ^ they d!a not   lnterfere     wlth theSllny.     Mr. Ross was   very busy pre-
After     this, there
being no   serious     ontanglemonts to
the party    struck     the
;ia> and board. This is more than
contractors can afford to pay for
navy work. There are still four contracts to be lot for mountain work
and in the course of tbe next two
years tliete should be at least twenty-five thousand men on tho work.
With all tbe men required it would
take four yours to complete tho
mountain section from Wolfe Creek
to Prince Rupert. Under the conditions of labor now existing in British Columbia goodness only knows
bow long it will take to complete the
line."
Gould not white men be brought in
was asked." |
nil  they  have been,1
President of C P. R.
A distinguishe party of C, P It. »■(
licials headed hy Sir Thomas Sliuiigli
nessy, the president, arc expected i*>
arrive at Cranbrook to-morrow The
party consists of William Wbyte, second vice presthent of the corporation,
ll. B. Angus of Montreal, and K \\
Osier ol Toronto, both directors ol
the company
Sir Thomas Shaughnossy Is oil hit*
annual tour of inspection throughout
the entile 0.   P.  R., system.
A deputation from the Crnnhrook
Board of Trade will meet and hold a
conference with Sir Thomas
Current Comment
■— w	
Toronto News: Lord Strathcoiia can I
remember   when Calgary   was called
whiskey point.   By   I&dmonton    pt-.,
pie no doubt.
Toronto Telegram. Guelph rum-
plains that it has been getting too
much water in its whiskey, when it
prefers too much whiskey In its
wnter.
Chicago News; Canadn is claiming
all the land this side of the pole
i hat Peary and Conk stubbed their
frozen toes against on their way
north, nnd if has borrowed worships to substantial!1 its claims
Presbyterian Church
At 11 o'clock,   Children's service.
This is Children's Day among the
Presbyterians throughout Canada.
and parents arc urged to [dan to
have all the children present nt the,
service.
A beautifully printed responsive
service has been prepared by the
committee in which nil take part.
The subjects of two short addresses
are, "What tho Bible lins done torus," "And what use we are making j
of the Bible.
At 3 p. m., Sunday School and
Bible class.
At 7-30,   Regular evening service,
All are welcome.
0. 0. Main,   pastor.
W aseniu Temple
Construction work will commence
on tho new Masonic Temple next
week. Contractor I), J. Johnson
has the contract. The estimated oosl
of tho new Masonic home is Jin.onn.
When completed It will bo the finest,
and most modern lodge building bo
t.ween  Vancouver aud  Winnipeg.
The Grand Lodge of British Colinn
bin will hold its next regular (ton
vention in ('rnnbrook.
QUEBEC AND
THE CENSUS
Brings   Forth some Curious Results.
(HllbU IS STANDARD
From Which Representation in Other Provinces
is Obtained,
Otta«
a,  Sepi   22 - t)in'.:s confidence
in the
impartiality ol     the last Oa-
nadinti
ceuBUs   is rather    shaken by
somo ci
mslderntlons brought forward
by the
Ottawa Citizen'.    That  Jour-
mil hne
been examining   the returns
off the
last  general olectlon   and ar-
rives at
. some curious results,   Every-
one km
iws that alter each census the
the day should be the gladdest, hap-'made the following statement in re- to do thc work?   wit
piest and moat restlul and helpful ot j sponse to the rumor. !    "They could,   nml
all the seven,      enhancing the vnlue!    "You may say for mc that I expect but alter arriving     they     leave the
aid the pleasure ol the whole week, the question ot   who will he selected I work and leave the company out of
"This    is what our Country's    law I as the Governments candidate in the pocket (or tho cost
nn.I ensuing election whenever   it   is   to'money.",
of  tiiolr  passage
river,   that it a somber Sabbath."
with heavy un-;the Presidents of the
der-giowth,     and   that     during the j and ol the   United States
construction ol the   projected     rail-1 almost     the   same words,
roads there will be a great danger of; that    they
destruction by lire,  that it might be Sabbath Law  as
worth  special legislation lor protcc- world.     President
tlon from fires.
Mr.   CHUIH.KIGH
demoralized
gangs.    Tlie farm-
SSriX thTclllnfatSS Sn I i™<"»TWol ^h.;* ••   "He 'believed | paring, .or .his trip to Victoria,
this question in the past    Mr. Lund
thinks that all people should be taxed to pay per' rata as  it is    in  the
interests    of   the   whole   population. 	
that    the   timber   resources   ol the L^JJ, t£. "»Sd this b^what "we lire I enBUlng election whenever   It   is-to | money 	
country should be prcsertea. .^   for 6verT ciBS8 o(    people, rich: take   place,   will be sottlcd    in   the;    Mr.  Schrieber added     that on tbe
0. M. KDWARDS. ' mi     p0or|    |ie   affirmed."       "The! usual   way,    namely   by a properly; prairies the demand for laborers by
C. M. Edwards, said, he had trav- Lord's Day Act has some     weaknes- ] Constituted Nominating   Convention. \ farmers has temporarily
oiled in the far north, in the district ses;   but they nre not on the side ol     For mysell I may say that if I am' the construction
of the Upper Fraser    river,   that it a somber Sabbath."   ho added, both; again honored   with   the nomination ers are paying three and a hull d
is thickly timbered     with heavy un- the Presidents of the   French Nation by such    a convention,   I   shall   hollars a day for men,   the railway eon
.   ...      ..._,— .!.„!.._., ., .,._   ,i_,,„,i □,„,„.,     na(1|   |n,pleased    to   accept   thc   same,   and: tractors cannot    hold     them.    Ilow-
„„...v   ,    declared! moreover I have every reason to be- over,   this is only temporary condl-
regarded the   Canadiani lleve I can carry   thc    election to a; tion
the best    In the I successful result.   At nny rate I will     Immediately after the foregoing In
      Roosevelt     had | do my best as I have always done in tcrview     hail appeared    in     Liberal
said ln his   hearing on a convention I the past.— Fernie Free Press. newspapers Sir Charles Rlvors-Wllson
platform     before 10,000 people,     "I [ ~" ;—"— ; and Mr. Hays   unexpectedly     visited
Mr   rhudlciirh    acting   suuerintcn- iwlah we hl"1 8,lch an organisation as) BOVB Brigade
to ■«   tncTp. H°   said,   ?h. Rail- fj» \^T lMA'* ^ m™>'"
has     tho     standard;^',  Dnite*
Baptist, Church.
The morning service nt the Baptist 1 seem
Ohhrch will be of special interest to Ontr,
isirents and school workers.   Subject crepnncy     cannot
ol   sermon, "The   l'ath-Findor".    At'1"' 4,,n .'>«"'■.' *b,
the evening service Pastor King will
lake for his     subject "The Make up
of a Man."     A special invitation is
extended to all young people.
HOLMES—MAODONALD.
f)n September i'iaA. at Brussels,
lint., Mr. A. H. Mncdonnld, of Crnnbrook, was united In marriage to
Miss  Kathleen  1,.   Holmes of Brussels
The newly married couple will make
their home ia Crnnbrook.
P&riuirs' Institute
way   Company   has     tne     stanaai-ui, ..     States.    The Canadian
gauge for screens as laid down by the,'»". , <™ tn«   <"" taw},,, saleguards
Hallway     Commission.       Did     notK"8 rifihti. of every individual In one
think that engines  made   so    many twol-rest   In   seven;   nnd     on the
••■  -        ■■.. -„i  other     hand    of all corporations in
tires as they got credit for; did not
think it practicable for railway companies to clear their right ol way
entirely as provided by the    Acts ot
works ol necessity,       	
SPLENDID     RESULTS
In the last   two years,     Blnce tlio
enactment of thc now     seventh dny
thJaVeKrWltn'cTc ie SS|?«^rntjl!,U.L*RV„,,Me 'TJul »* tow7 ".'more than 86.000 jcopta
manifest ell  by (Jovornmcnts.
had been released from Sunday toil
„„1L,.    British j did thc    bent they   could.     Section ^ ^ iw
Columbia flhould now   have a policy men are told to.{ft^jJ^^Si ThU lrm',ei1 M*fl00J*lLwH IBe" ««,i
that would restore    by grbvth each see.    That    patroje WHn«nnii ears r oon   umhermen,     Vancouver,     and
cl?s"LtructiSn.   U trees hnve; would ^J^^^^SS^ many other places in British Oolnm;
no votes,    and   the     Htatesmnnshlp|slw.        Thnt amj*n"«r  a*™* Mtt are enforcinB the rest day.   and
that looks farther    than  that Ift not
always manifest.
The Doys Brigade will meet again
as soon uh thc Gymnasium is vacated by tho School authorities, anil
the winter schedule of the Gymnasium is alio tains P^pared. Borne(SJjJ JTlven'the"aeirof'Wii approval,
good basket ball t«am» nre expected1-   -*-•*-■     - .. -   .    ,.l"...m.
to play this winter, and all who are
lovers of this excellent and healthful
sport should make application for a
place In the teams. It is hoped that
the Athletes,   thc Maple Leaves   und
Ottawa and had a conference with
Sir Wilfrid Luurier. The impression
In the city, among Liberals as well
as Conservatives, was that part of
their business was to press the request to which Mr. Schrieber bad al
Indeed,   Mr,  Mays   all but admitted
it.
On reaching Montreal Sir Charles
Hivcrs-Wilson paid his compliments
to the Government for the botch it
has made of tho stretch of the Trans*
representation in Parliament is re-arranged,   Quebec being the   standard:
the population ol  Quebec is   divided
by sixty-live and the resulting figureB
is the     unit    of     representation by
which    tho voting strongth    of the
other Provinces in Parliament is decided      Quebec being the    source of
strength ol  tho  Liberal Government,
it becomes the object of     that Government in gel the last mince of value out of the voting strength of that
t Province.    It   has been  the standing
chnrge ever Bince     the taking of the
'last     census that the pains taken to
i cause Quebec i<» make n good showing in the matter of population compared iu a remarkable manner    with
the much more moderate zeal shown
'elsewhere.    It   is difficult uf course to
produce absolute proof in matters ol
that sort,   bui     the figures adduced
by the Citizen can only bo regarded
as confirmatory of the suspicion.
,    A   total vote of 281,252 In    Quebec
■ returned til members to Parliament,
fn Ontnrio a total vote of 462,660 returned   only &f>     members.   In Nova
i Scotln a vole of over 111,000 was re-
[quired  to secure a    representation  ot
I is members, while not     a great deal
more   thnn     twice that    number   in
Quebec returned over     four times as
ninny members,    Thus     ihe average
! number of votes   per member stands
approximately thus:—
Quebec,     -U0U;      Ontario,     5,440;
NoVa   Scotia,   5,400;    New   Brunswick,
5,800;   Prince   IS award  island, 5,120;
Manitoba,  6,800;     British  Columbia,
\ 5,340;   Alberta, 6,660;   Saskatchewan
(6,000.
|    It should be staled that the propor-
j tion of voters who went to the polls
I seems to     bo as     high in   Quebec as
that     this singular dis
mma^amma^—ma^mt^mma^mm     explained away
by the theory that tho French Ganar
tllnns do not  go to the polls as freely as tbeir  Knglish     speaking fellow
Canndinns.
Other curious figures brought out
by the Citizen show that Winnipeg
polled 17,45:1 votes and has one member in tho House of Commons, as
compared with the vote or 1,831 in
Sotllnnges; that Halifax with a population fifteen times larger than
Boulnngcti hnd only two members
and the largest vote polled In any
Quebec constituency wns slightly
over 10,000. The smallest and practically the only small vote cast in
any Ontnrio constituency wns over
2,700, or one third greater than
tllanges,     In     the matter of area
The Pall Meeting of     the Farmer's
Institute was held at tin Opven moul
building    Friday cveuiat;.    .Mi.  Bi ire.      i^^^^—^^^__^^__
Wright   of   Winter,    Altn.,   lectured w* ntl(1 lnrSe ,ni(tri '» northern On
on live stock. Mario,   such as Nipfflslng,     being nr-
 .— corded     only     one member for over
JS.500 votes cast
Additional Locals,
Dr.   Connolly, of Pinto
in the city this week.
Snsk., was
Masons 7,000 Foot Above Earth
Mr. and    Mrs.   A. L.     MeDermoti
were at Spokane this week.
;oi!ilthe Banks will   put their    respective r'0"n,inentnli from  Winnipeg to  Suptr-
do not
FORESTRY
COMMISSION
Cntitlnuml from Lust Week.
X,.. ««,i • cut in the roof which will lie grontly
mining.   Time an. ,      rcdntC(, ,„   ,.„,   ,,iay„r»,   other
farmers 0011W not|"SSiiT-".    .,.'   .i„.  (;,mi„>t
Ewing  Connolly
The marriage of   Miss    Ethel Con
That    	
.inly     start    Hrcs in Kruss,    ao noi -j- r.--.-       ,. ■ ,„,        -,     ,
start tires ia Iors and brush, effectively       Dawson City and other
..     „,,„„.„ sections ol thc Yukon huvc quit Sun
Mr. pibbcb. day selling nnd -1       -*
Mr.  Pierce, said    that every effort „ host of prairie
is made    hy   railway  companies to he paid to return    to the old seven-
comply with the    regulations nccor- days-ln-thc-weck work.     Eighty   per
ding to the Act.     The right ol way cent of thc American and other Hun-
lie admitted   Was not cleaned up any day Velio*  Journalism has been cut
better     than    the law required.     A out hy this law and It is a good rid-
good deal   of brush and logs arc ly dance.   One ol our hig railways has
 . _.,lng on thc right ol way    that were heen lined |2(I0 lor forcing its men to
.    .   ,    " „„ felled by loggers   and left there, lint do a   certain   class ol     unnecessary  „ llv        •..„,,   k„nwn   resident nl tho
J. V. AllMBTOONO. [could not    tell the    exact  locality. Sunday   w0rk.   They   promptly dis' JS""' .ndTproffilit wrkeMn tta
J.    P.     Armstrong,    Government • Thnt whatever extra cost is Imposed continued this    Injustice to   Its em- Methodist Church   to the llev   li  I'
Agent stntod that In his opinion 1 he i on railway companies    In tho matter p|„yces;   and the    other of our two Bwlmi   II   1>       (il   Hosslaiid      took
new regulations    made at    the last! of lire   protection     will     eventually ehlcf railway concerns     at once did p||lco OI) ' Wednesday morning nt the
session ol tlie Legislature were a de-' come out ol the shippers In the wny the same for Its men.   With so many  resldonce   of her brother   at 'I IU    A
cldod   Improvement     but that thereof extra charges lor   transportation, under the employ    and command   ollfew  intimate     friends attended    the
was still great    need lor further nc-1 Mr. FOIID. large nnd conscienceless corporations Oprcmony     Tlie witnesses signing thc
tlon.      He made several suggestions;    M|.   Forll   Poroman Mechanic 0, P. «"™ "" K'eilt handicap to.the home  Mrt|flc„te    being H. W. Connolly, M.
for the consideration of the Commis-   R    st,lt(.,| that   thc slM of the mash '>"<' community     of n Siiblinth desc-  „     „„,,     Mr. |i„hart   K. Connolly;
sloners. ■^■MH „[ the screen was | U4 Kill, ami does ('ration and   of a     seven-day, rest ia
 •-  bhe-week-toil,      no   cointuunlty    can
afford to allow the     Lord's Day Act.
teams on the lloor, and it is hoped |or Junction, thc district where Mi
the C. P. R„ and the Firemen will j,„. Hodgins chnrged graft prevailed,
also be represented. The authorities ^ft01. .speaking onthusinstlcnlly ol
are hoping to have things In shape ,|„, <j. ■[<, p,r ||n0 west uf Winnipeg
soon, n good ventilator lins been |1P went on: "There Is only one bitter taste left in my mouth," contln
 ^^^^^^^^^^ iied Sir Charles,   "nnd that    Is the
additions    for   the   comfort   ol the condition of tbc portion of the rood
Hoys arc being considered. which Is under Government contract,
Mr.  James   llreechen    will be glad on9t ,,/ Winnipeg lo     Superior June-
to hear ot any prospective players.      n,,n    on „ur side we hnve    built a
Mrs. D. .1. McLennan   was visiting
friends at Fort William tlii-i week.
Chicago, Sept 17. Aerial Lo.tge
Mo. 1. A. K. nnd A. M.. was formed
in the balloon Massachusetts at an
levution ol moro thon 7,000 feet,
this being the tiist meeting ol 'be
kind ever held, says a Qreenneld,
Mass., dispatch to the Tribune.
The bulge was    conducted with all
the Masonic observances possible an-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     , iIpi' tbe conditions.   J. .1, Van Alken-
V. w. Godfrey, ul Victoria,   M   I' : hurg ,,l South Framingham was wor-
lieWolf. ol Bouners Perry, ns in tlie |shlpfnl    muster.    Jabes    llenton ot
Mr. and Mrs.    W. Oliver,   ol
Westminster, wore in tbe city P
New
Mayor Plnl( ol ^CranbrookL appeared j „'(',t"daim that engines do not throw the-wcek-toll,
bclore      the      CommisHloners     nnd! Hnft..ils
brought In a resolution pnssml at the   ',     c ,   t0 „lu1„tlon Iiy Chiel Com
nunual mooting of the Urltish Colinn- •■   -o 1.—     i......
bla Plrc Clilcfs, which urged the gov-
eruinent to     refuse to grant settlers
miSHloncr,   said, "Sometimes     hammers are used to clean the netting nnd
consequence "-*
Is    broken,    that
Itcv. It. Hughes officiating.
Tlie happy collide left   on the west
,    ,    , , ,    ...    ,     bound exptess    lor   their     Itosslnnd
to be Ignored.   These    and other In■.,„,„„    nmld the good    wishes    of a
terostlng facts were on arged upon by ,„    , „,„„  „,,„ ,,,„! „ lb|„| ,„
the speaker,      who  11 ustruted     his HW, t|„,m „„    „„ Hu   ,      ,   t   M
points nnd eontirmed  IK statements  ,,,w| ,„,,se,ited     with a hand
pertiilts to burn clearings during thc ™Mnu"h7ivc. been removed In making
'  "- "■■" In making a heavy up-
dry months, and recommending that
more stringent, penalties be enforced
for any infraction of the Hush Pire
Act-Pines do not seem to be a sul-
llc.lontly effective determent, there-
foFO, people guilty ol starting llres
should be Imprisoned. Mr. Pink
pointed out thnt the City of Cranbrook bad several times been threatened by forest tires.
OTIS STAI'LHS.
Otis Staples of the Staples Lumber
experiments
Kr",1<''    B,    MALLANI1A1NK.
Mr 15. Mallnndainc, Chlel Timber
Hunger, C. P. It., said, "ho has up-,
pointed lire wardens tor hast and
West Kootenny with Instructions to
put out Incipient tiles, that the cost
■ has heen (4,000.   Has had
In a most   effective and     sometimes
humorous way.
Alter n few remarks by Hevd's.
Hughes and King nnd a hearty vote
of thanks to Mr. Moore, tbe meeting closed  with the benediction.
THB TOP OP THR KARTH
some clock by tlie members ol II"
choir of which she has been the sue
rrsslnl lender for some time. .
SciiTtT TgcurngTc^ongh'to A Cranbrook Expedition Juot Re
88 til. lumber,, TffXTK turned Prom Smuwh re.
Onmnnnv     wiih    examined nt   ffroat tlixln moHt of   tlie flren   occnr   nlonR r,aker Hill, neur Mt.     Fifihfr (via
eiiUlli   ml hifl toNtlmony waBftfltrong  the     railway   trackB.   That he   haH wireieHB)    Hcpt. 21Ht.-The     Hnrnnin the duko ol   Kite will 1)0   announcod
cnrroboratlon of     the    statement of rt,ri47,ri3a ncros under Ii.k charRe, part pn|ar expedition of Cranhronk, 11. O,  from   windnor OaRtlfl nnd thnt Klnn
Mr   1.cltrh nml    other lumbermen in; of which   is Hold,   we  fight   Awj *"i have juHt returned from an interent-  ^^^ wiu    confer the order of the
Koyal Wedding
Mslion, Sept. 12.- King Manuel will
leave Portugal for Knglnnd, when'
he Ih to vlHit King Bdwnrd Nov., 20.
He will Htop four duys In Madrid tu
return the vlwlt of King Alfonso.
It iH generally understood thut the
King's betrothal to thc   daughter
roflheet to the necessity for more sta- nny man's land, It makes no differ*
bilitv of titles for the timber hold ebc« in that reHpect whether C. P. IV
under npecial    licence.    Mr., Btnpler, i railway lands or n.ot.
ing evening   on "The     Ire     of   the
.Rsrth".    Repairs    were   on at   the:garter upon King Manuel
1 Norbur?   Station;   but    the  party, > of the engagement.
magnfflcnent rond from Winnipeg
west to ICdmontou, nnd have nlso
constructed the necessary line from
the head of tin* (treat Lukes to Su
pcrlor Junction where tho u. T. I'..
jnins the National Transcontinental
und ii magnificent road li Ih.
Census nnd Politics.
Ottawa, Sept. 22, We in Canadn
ure lu tin; hahltsaylng that we mnn
ago public business superior to that
in vogue in the United States. We
hear a groat deal about tlie spoils
system, nnd it Is nssumod that we
are free from that evil What we do
not hear nf ho much Is the steady
advance of Civil Bervlco reform
among our neighbors, a while ago
Hie Cnnndlan Government, twenty
years behind Hint nf the United
States, applied u measure of Civil
Service Reform to tho inside service,
i.e., to ii portion of Ilmt body of
Civil servants which is matiitntnod
in Ottawn. The outside service it
Ims Hleudfustly refused to subject to
this reform. Cennis employment be
longs to the einss jib belonging to
the outside uorvlco; probably the
greater number of them will hr em
, ployed throughout the country as
enumerators uml other held workers,
and the employment of most of those
" who will work ut. the Capital will be
f of a temporary nature, The United
States will tnke its eetisiiH In 1910.
Canada will take her BUS lb 11)11,
The Unltod states Government has
taken steps to place the 7,000 tern
lu honor porary clerks who will be appointed
In tbe Cenaus Bureau under tbe sys
•it y Prldny.
(irant Boulangoe,
Mtn., was in towi
business.
ck taking in the i
Kv
Prof. H,
kuiie tills 	
position.
Mr. and Mrs      A   Taylor
9poknna thin  week attending
exhibition
Contractor:. Hen. It I.eaMl; .•:■ Co.,
commenced work on tho new Impor
inl Hank bulbling this weik.
It is rumored that tho < ity will
take over the plant of the Water
Supply Company on the hist nt Oc
toner,
Robokah Lodgo celebrated its fifth
anniversary on Wednesday oven Inc.
a sumptuous repast wns prepared hy
Hie ladles.
Winchester   was senior    warden and
I Charles .1   Ginleu was Junior warden.
pf     Stotticr,     Thp     baijoon     started     from   the
this   viek on I grounds of the Aero club of New Ung-
(land at   Plttsfleld tn an attempt nt a
u-na -it  4un   no'ght record,   but the   ntmospherlc
conditions were not  suitable and the
balloon    got     into  a   "pocket" of
I clouds    At the highest point record-
fforo iit'''d hy tho    barograph, 7,200 feet,   in
the big the midst of the dense    clouds,   the
i Masonic ceremony took place
Mr ami Mrs. I). It Diilinngo left
Thursday ("i  Winnipeg,      I'hwn Mt
DuImage   will engage in tbe   ro	
tnte business,
Died The Ittln l-.u.-'i*.- ..I Mr
nnd Mrs .1 .1 M"ii maid, , n W(d
nosday. The fun.mil t. ik plnco v*i
day from St    Mary's Church
The City water OOglnoor has re
ceived another supply of U Inch
pipe, and the connections with the
town mains will he made shortly.
The wives, rasters nml daughters
nt the Locomotive RJnglnoors of Crnnhrook will     form nn auxiliary Asso-
1 elation un noon sn the ncj'nni'/cr at-
1 rives.
Automobile Militia
Ottawa,   Sept.    32.—Arrangements
are under way for the formation of
an automobile corps in connection
with the Ottawa militia. Il ts said
i that Upwards of HU) automobiles will
he available to assist in Held ma*
noon vers here on Thanksgiving Pay
and ll is expected that n trial will bo
mado of tho practicability in trans*
polling troops. currying supplies,
keeping lip lines ol communication,
etc ii the experiments prove satis
factiiiy here, the inilltnry department may oncourngo the formation
of .4iiniim corps iii othor cities.
Wright Makes Now Record
Berlin, Sept. 18, -Orvlllo Wright
made a new record today at I.cmple-
hid tletd fur sustained uet'oplotie
tllrJit with one passenger. \W remained iu the nil I hour and 3,1 minutes, carrying Captain Knglchurdt.
lie broke bis record made July 27
when lip stayed up with a passenger
for I hour and 12 minutes.
Mr   ami  Mrs
Lothbrluge, wt
I Friday.
W,   A      Sullivan, of
e   Cranbrook  visitors I'.MiK a.
PltoaPKOTOR,   CKANIlliiiuK,   ll.   0-,   SATURDAY, 8EIPT. 26, 1900,
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! Oranbrook I
Livery x
We  nsk you to call and try T
our uew Consignment of new +
and     Up-to-date   rijs    for T
Winter   and   Bummer,    .lust ^
1     received Topptr snd   Reliable T
X     Horses    nt    your    disposal. X
4%      GlVe    them    *     trial   .,■«   Im 4
©ip? l»ro*patov*.
KSTAHUSHKli   IfW
A. B. Grace,
I'UUUSHER   AMI   EDITOR,
I 'I'n RENT.
I   un Oranbrook street,    near    Hyde
[street, a two room cottutje partially
lfuriiislu',1.    Apply on the prriniiies.
convinced
X    1 11. <" Crnnlirook, ll •'.        4>
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NEWPORT
li   you  waul .1 delirious
Chocolate     tn       those
Sc«p,,ii- ai Tiic r.tiin.
\Vt-   have   jusl    received
.1   l.iiv.i'   slot I.   and   art-
Sole   \genls loi
CraiitiiMiik.
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
'.!•:XI:K'.\ 1. BLACKSMITH pi
WOODWORKER
llitliber Tires Applied
To   Hussy  Wheels
JOB1NTS    FOR    CASAliliN  I'Yl'I.K
ASH  MOTOR GO'S  BICYCLES
Repairing a Sperialtv.
I'llone mi     •   •   •     p. 0.  Boi 113.
A cup ol BOVRIL is a fine"
tonic in any reason, but it is
valuable in tniitiy other ways.
A liltlc added lo Hashes
and Slews greatly improves
their food value. Try il u lien
Wanning Canned Meats.
BOVRIL
We Deal in Everything I'Ton
:i Needle i" ;i I .oL'omotivo
JOSIfll II. MillAN
DKAI.Ki;   IN
All kinds nf Si-nun. I [ami (iooiU
Kitrull urti 11  SPHldlAliTY
LHlYliR  Ol'   I-IJKS
S,!mv"s (Mi I    SliMlil,   MlUIKMN   A Vi
I'ht.n. ■::■}
The most charitable construction
that can be put upon Peary is that
the loneliness and dangers he encountered at tbe pole have affected bis
ego. For downright boorisbness and
bumptuous egotism his equal bus not
before been in evidence on this con
tineiu. Why could lie not hnve let
all the foots In connection with Ur.
Cook's discovery Imve been properly
presented and weighed by competent
authorities before he begnn to hurl
epithets and give the lie? As it now
stands Dr. Cook 1ms the sympathy
\ of the under dog. If he enn establish
; his claims that he reached the pole
U year before Peary did the latter
will have only enhanced Cook's
achievement by the bitterness with
which  he has assailed him,
It Cook did not reach the pole his
claims will bo his own condemnation.
i Cook's claims, ii untrue, would have,
enhanced Peary's achievement while
Peary has succeeded only in making
a cheap brawler ol bimsell at the
; best.    His   voiclferousness     leads to
■ the belief that he btraseK is afraid ot
Cook's success. It is probable that
both have reached the pole     ll that
1 is demonstrated tbe luster of Peary's
I achievement will have been dimmed
for nil time by his unseemly attitude
land language, both of which were
! entirely un-aecessary whether Cook
is telling the truth or uot.
i It is deplorable that such an e\
plolt us the discovery of the North
Pole should have been, marked by
such Impetuous aud foolish denunci
ntion as has been given to thc world
by Commander  Peary
Lumbermen contend   that   railw aj -
operating  in the    timbered   areas ol
the state are     not using all posslbli
caution to prevent forest tires      The
law requies all   locomotives     :■
equipped  with spark arrestei -   ,1
is said that this   requirement    - •   I
i generally observed     But betti
the   ttmhennen say,   it    would b<
j tbe railway- could  be induced  to   use
; oil as a fuel     Then   there   would be
: no Mmrks to set fire    to timber ad
joining    to   rtght-o( ways      Campers
I who fail  tu    put out     theii  fires are
1 also the cause    i.i  many forest  flres
! Losses    this year have been     heavy,
despite the activity of tbe Washing
■ ton Forest  Fire Association;   but the
j campaign is beginning to make head
j way      Banners Ferry Herald
It will be put down to the credit
of 1909 that in that year the wireless
on a sinking ship first summoned aid
from ships below the   horizon;   that
Ihe     foin ilay     trans Ataluntie      boat
became a fuct; that Bhackelton ear
ried the British Hag to within Ul
miles of the South pole, or 310 miles
further than any predecessor; that
Cook nnd Peary announced their discoveries of tho north pole, and that
man mado practical conquest of ue
rial navi cation, an uninterrupted
flight uf 117 miles at 8C miles an
hour being achieved iu a hcavior-
thnn nii  machine.
Honesty is tho best policy, As Ur.
Cook is not a member of the Army
ami Navy Union, and not an officer,
but only a professional gentleman 1
it may be all right to throw "gold
bricks" at him. it is dollars to
cents Ilmt the Doctor will make good
and show the world, and Mister
Penry thnt     he wns the llrst mnn at
the pole.
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It is in>t difficult to understand
how Peary nttained to the pole, provided he knew that Cook was going
to claim he got thoie first Such un
sportsmanlike conduct would have a
tendency to mnke n man hot, so the
rrlgldlty of the pole   would not Imve
much  effect.
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Voters should remember than nn
election will soon take place and
thut it is absolutely necessary to
know thnt your name is on the list
ill order to hnve a Vote. See to
Ibis important  matter at   once.
Toronto Star: Saturday Niulit
complains because the health of
Lord Charles Beresford was drunk In
water. There ought to hnve been a
pinch of salt in the wnter.
The hist aspiration to which sue
'■ess in aviation has given rise is
that the day is at bund when Irom
one end of Murope to another there
will be no customs houses.
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CKANBHOiiK LAND DISTRICT
District "( Kootenay.
TAKE notice thai 1. Edward El
well, ol Cranbrook, occupation Men I
Estate agenl intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted nt the intersection ol
the east boundary ot Lot No. 331
group 1 with tbe houUi boundary of
of the right of way of the British
Columbia Southern railway, tbence
south tin chains; thence east 2D
chains, thence soutli 20 chains,;
I hence east 10 .-liaills; thence north
till chains more or less to the south
ern boundary ol the British Colum
bin Southern railway right of way,
tlieuce fallowing said southern bouu
dnry westerly iio chains mote oi less
to the point of commencement.
Edward  Elwoll,  locator.
Dated  September 21sl   1909 39
w VTER     NOTICE
NOTICE is HKUEBV GIVEN that
.ui application will be made undei
Pan V "i the Watei Vet 1900, to
obtain a licence lit the Cranbrook
Water  District.
•a- The name address and occupant ol the appticaul The Municipal
Corporation of the City ol Cranbrook
Cranbrook.   B.   C
iin The name of the stream from
wii.vh water is proposed to be deliv
ered Quid Creek, u tubman ol
Kootenay Rivet In the Dlstrlcl ol
Kootenay
■ ci  The    point   ol    diversion    In   thc
neighborhood ol the Bight mile posl
ol the Eastera boundarj ol Lot No.
1591, Group l, Kootenai   District
Ldi The auautitj ol watei npplied
for    15 cubic Inches pet second
[el The charactet ol the proposed
works       Heservoir,    dam-.     ditches.
Professional   * j t
McCARTER,
ii,duo. .;*»;.
Ik)  This notice  wns  posted  un  tin-   .••
lltli ilny ol September, 1900. nnd up-  •>
plicution   will be made to   the Com   y
missionir on the*26tn day ol October' »>»>*>*H"X**!*'
1909, at the   liour ,,i i o'clock iu thc .,,,.■.
alternoon, local time IIAK\ \\\        ^^^^^^^
ill The uuine   and addresses   oi nny \l\iliilV\|   li
riparian proprietors or licensees who, ly-v1     ot/vv u\   .n.w.i  .
or whose  hunts     nre  likely  to be nf
lected  by   the  proposed  works either        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
above or below the     outlet  Ilritish             CRANBROOK,   IM'
Columbia     Southern   Railway Company, Calgary, Altn. Hast  Kootenny'	
Lumber Company,  Limited,  Jaffray,  \\-    \:   ('I'l.'l)
ll. V.,  .Inines Steele,   Cranbrook,  ll
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Barristers uml Solicitors,
C„ F. It. Morris, Cranbrook, ll
Malcolm 1). Heath, Crauhrook, ll.C.
The I'.obinson-McKi'ii/.ie Lumbar Com
pany, Limited, Crnnbrook, B, 0 .
.1. W. Robinson, Cranbrook, n. D„
William Mckenzie. Cranbrook, ll 0
Wnter Supply Company, Limited ,
Crnnbrook, It. i\
WITNESS tho Corporate .-.cnl ol
ihe Municipui Corporation ol tho
City ,,i Crniibrook nnd tlie bunds <>(
its Mayor nml City Clerk
Sculi Municipal Corporation ol
nn- City ,,i Oranbrook
.1. 1'. Kink.     Mayor,
T   M. llobertB, i'iiy I u-tu
Form approved. Notice Is to be
posted ni the i'n> rieik's office,
Crnnbrook, li. i' , lluvernmoul Agents
..line. I'l.iuluook. ll C . aUll on Ihe
highway opposite the mill ot ihe
llobinsou McKcu/ile Lumber Company
Limited, about two and one hull
miles Bast ol Crnubrouk, n   C
Dnted  ibis  llth ,l.n   ,,l  Sept hor,
ni,',
l    F     WIMSTKilNt;,
Wutei    Commissioner,
Cranbrook Water Dlstrlcl
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mul      Stiimhird      fnstnimiMils
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone i.s.i. CkANUROOK. H.C.
Th
irpose  ■■:    thr    proposed
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area  ol  Crown i.ui.l  .men
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rorks    Soi e escepi  public rouds nnd
The        rii - and area ol  the
■... ity     ComtuenciDg    at      the
Block  No. i.i.
■;■   the  L'itj Cranbrook  according
■     .  :. v. hied in   tlie Land
Res il • " ■- • Nelson, B C, a-
\. •• ■ : lence Kast along Kains
Street in the said City, to Eberts
Vvenue; thence Noitb along Eberts
Avenue to Edwards Street; thence
West along Edwards Street to bums
den Avenue, North along Lumsden
Avenue t.. the intersection of Liuus
den Avenue and Harold Street, thence
Wesl und Nortli West along Harold
Street to VanHorn Street, thence in
a South Westerly direction along Van
Horn Street to the Intersection uf
Van Horn and Kains Street, the
place nf beginning.
(J) The approximate number of In
habitants    of    the      Municipality  i.s:
COAL   AND   PRTttOLHUM NOTICE,
Notice    is    hereby   given that   SO
days ufti'r date l niton.1 to apply to
the Honourable    Chtel Comratsslanej I f I'hour tuihv lOfi    Ki^lnonco 101
of  Lands and  Works (or a license I... aaAAAAAAAAAaaAaaaaaaaa
prospect for cool and petroleum     oa ▼•▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼"▼"""▼"""^
tlie following described lands, sltunte 	
in Klathead. Block 1593, district     ol '
east  Kootenny,     pio\ince of British
Columbia;     commencing     at n post |.   \\ .   RUTLEDCrE,
situated two    miles    south and our " m m v    v s.,
mile cast of the southeast corner post Graduate    of     Ontario    VtdoHnorj '
of lot S363, tbence south 80 chains; Oolloffo  Tot'onto  in I80H ;
theme east  so chains,  thence    north a,.nrtimloaud Mudttllfit of MoKllllpVet-1
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orlmir.v CulU'
mount Itohsnn. the highest peak of
thfl Itoi-Kics Practicing on the steep
and narrow way.
Winnipeg    Tribune:   Calgary's oratorio   society Is about   to     produce
Judas     What'i   the nana- ol  fhe Ot
town mtnistei     selected foi  the lend
Ing role?
After an absence <>l "4 years.
Hnlly's comet is back again within
range of the naked eye
in the Crnnbrooli District prospeel Ive
cundldutPii .-(•■ not talking, but
theres n  lol nl thinking
Thr Korestry Commission did some
rood work in South' a.-1 Kootenny i
iluring last  week
They have  learned   how to     make
alcohol out    ol sawdust All the 16
-nnterlcM will now  ivanl to *tnrl rum
nllls
Aftei   settling  the North  Pole l	
loversy.    then   what"
What Our
Trade-Mark
Means to You
IT means that tlio flour coii-
laineil in bags anil barrels
so trade-marked is decidedly
whiter, :i great deal stronger
and more nutritious than
other Hours.
It means that the Hour has been
propel Iv aged to mature its
lull strength,
It means
"More bread
and better Bread"
nnd better pastry, too.
It means elimination of un-
certainly—"your money Kick"
il Purity fails to give entire
satisfaction.
Costs more than the Other kind,
but worth the difference,
PURITy
FLOUR
Western Canada Flour Mills Co.,
Limited,
Mm- *i Si. Rohipaci, GoDikicifi Brandon.
Ofti.r. Winnipeg, Munimha
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st* chains, thence west Sti chains    to
plate ol     commencement, containing  ,,    ,        , .
\'\*i acres ' Hofristoretl      numiboi
Ucator, Edward 0, Moe ,'"luml'l"   Awnelntlon.
A-gCnt,       .   A.   UOte. j ALL CALiS NIGHT 4 DAV PROMPTLY ArUNDKD TO
Witness, C. M. Conway. M	
Dated .July 24th. 1909. 83-G '
NORTH     STAR
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KIMBERLEY.
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ORANBROOK LANU DISTRICT
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District of Kouteuaj.
TAKE notice that sixty days after j
date, 1 Robert Macdonald ol Wycllflo |
occupation bookkeeper, intend to npply for permission to purchase tho
lollowing described lands;—
Commencing at a post planted at
the Southwest corner oE Lot No.
5985, thenee north (40) forty chains,
thence west (35) thirty-five chains,
thenee south (40) forty chains, thence
east 135.) thirty-five chains to point
oi commencement, containing in all
about (140) one hundred nnd forty
acres.
Robert  Macdonald:   Locator.
Geo. N. Totnilson. Agent.
Dated  Sept. 4.  1909. 37
CRANBROOK, H.C.  +
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MASONRY
I Pound!
Sieiim   lloili'i's mul Furinu'ft W'nt
Snoohilty.
Ciisl unci Khv.lt Kstimates
Puvnisliod Upon Application,
P.O. Box 834.
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
flood Discount For Cash
i snmr. stronc
W.  R.   BEATT\
Utulorlitkor,
Kiiibalinor,
Kiin.-ral Director,
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
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life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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GEO. P POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue.
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CRANBROOK AERIE 967
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FRATERNAL ORDER EAflLES
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in,in, with territory reaerved,
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tin-  it c«perienced  medlenl odvlce In-r »l rliurtt     y£?U
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In,, been cliiel cniiaulilnil pliy.ician ul Ibe Invulid.'
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injrn yeur. .ml Im. bed j wider pruoticnl experience
iu tin- troelmenl <>'. wninen'ii diseuiei than nn> otlior pbytiriiin iu tin. tuuntry.
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'Ihe  111...I   pcrfci't   remrdy ever   devi.e-d   lor u,.,l,  ,lud d.U*
write  WuntfU i. Dr. fierce'.  I'riv...'itc  Preicrl|ltlun,
IT MARKS WEAK WOMKN STRONU,
SIC*  WOMKN  WKI.I..
The iitunv .nil verled lymptomi uf wotniin'. peculiat  jiliuent. are fully .et
fiirib In flu,,, B04li.l1 In the I'eople'i Medical Advi.ei (lailH podee), a newl"
reviled and up.tu.Uaie lldition of which, oloth.bound, wii, l,« nulled frtt ou
raueipt vl SU uue ueul .lamp, tu uav eoit uf meilind i"il!v.     Ailures. a. above.
llppi'iit   it.   "HIiiinh'M (litre will   ul
wayti   cure   my   coughH   mul   robin."
ItlOAIl TUB fHOSPMOTOIl.
MAPLE LEAF RERfKAH LODGE
Meeli, every .econd and Unirlt)
Wednesday al new Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlntj Rcbekabs cordially Invited.
N.fl. MiBS Li. M. Tiiniiliniiwr
Sec.     MIhs Muc (Miu]ililiin.
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ANCIENT ORDER ' FORESTERS
COURT OHANDROOK, H'.H::
Mretn In Onrmen's Hull Und und lib
Thitrndiiy nf cnoh in,mth nt. 8 p.m.
Ktiurp.
A. McOownn, Ohlol   KuDgar.
0, A   Abbott, Hetiritnry.
Visiting liriibien in.idn welcome.
McVITTlE A PAKKER
I'.i.s. * r.i'',
CnANBBOOK, B.C.
Wc Buy Everything
lKiKSh'.S. STOVES, new nnd second  hand  t'llKNl-
TORE,   CROCKERY   nnd   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what we have in stock til prices that
will snrpriso you. A visit to the Dollar store will convince yon thai we have the goods, and can save you
lifly per conl nn tiny gootls purchased.
We Buy and Sell Tor Cusli
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GEO. R. LEASK k CO
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'liiiNt: ill I'h. ii'i\ in.',
I'lailS,  S|)ci;ilii:aliiins
.■ind Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
Turn
button to
open clean-
The Kootenay out door. Use
broiler and scraper and
toasting* door is pan, and flues
very spacious, can be
Large enough cleaned ^^
for a feed door, out in
Free Booklet   amni
on request. |||| ute.
All   kinds   of   building   material
oonatantlw on hand.
MCCIARYS
FOR    HALB   BY PATMORIJ BROS. THK PRoSPECToR,    CRANHROOK,   B     0..   SATURDAY, SBPT.
PAGH  3
FOR   BAU3   AT THK ORANBROOK
DRUG AND BOOK STORBJS
PETITION   FOR    EXPROPRIATION
OF WATER RECORDS,
Tq Hid Honour,
Tbe Lleutenuut Governor iu Council
Tbe petition of ttie Municipal Corporation   ui    tbe City ot Cranbrook
humbly shower h :
Whereas the Water Supply Company, Limited, was on the 12th day
of March, 1904, duly incorporated under the provisions uf the Water
Clausea Consolidation Act 1897, for
the following amongst other objects
To construct aud operate a water
works system for the supplying of
the town of Cranbrook in the province of British Columbia, aud the
locality adjacent thereto, aud tho inhabitants thereof, with water.
And whereas the said Compnny on
the 12th day of July, 1904. under the
provisions of tbe Water Clauses Consolidation Act 1897, obtained a certificate from the Honourable Mr. Justice Irving, pursuant to section 55 of
the said act,
And whereas tbe said Water Supply
Compnny, Limited, pursuant to
their charter of incorporation und
tbe said certificate, have constructed
and maintained works for thc supplying of water to the inhabitants r.
the City of Cranbrook and vicinit"
and are now operating the same.
And whereas on the 10th day of
October, 1904, the Company obtained
a record of one hundred Inches fvom
tbe waters of Joseph Prairie Creek
to be used in the supplying of water
to the Inhabitants of Cranbrook and
the vicinity thereof.
And whereas negotiations are now
pending between the city and the
Company for the sale by the Company to the City of the Company's
licence, works and lauds, including
the said water record.
And whereas the available amount
of water in Joseph Prairie Creek is
approximately 1000 inches.
And whereas the existing records
on Joseph Prairie Creek are as follows ;—
John Shaw, record dated 4th December, 1868, transferred and asslgu-
ed to Leon Fouquet, 150 inches
J. T. Galbraith, record dated the
23rd day of May, 1872        300 inches
J. T. Galbraith, record for milling
purposes     dated   January 7th,   1874,
500 inches
James Baker, record dated March
let, 1886 500 inches
B. C. Southern Railway Company,
record dated the 16th day of February,  1899 20 inches
J. W. Robinsou, record dated the
17th day of September, 1900,
500 inches
Wm. McKenzie, record dated 2nd
day ot December, 1899, 20 iuchas
Malcolm B. Heath, record dated
16th day of October, 1900    100 iuches
Water Supply Co., Ltd., record dated   the   10th   day   of   October, 1904,
100 inches
Malcolm Horie, record dated the
Srd day of January, 1908     175 inches
Erastus Liezert, record dated thc
21st day of September, 1908 100 iuches
And whereas tbe record of John
T. Galbraith for milling purposes
dated January 7th, 1874, is as follows :—
Water record in favor of John T.
Galbraith, tbe right to 500 inches of
water to be used for milling purpos
es to be taken out of Joseph Prairie
Creek about 1000 feet above the Custom House and conducted in u ditch
or flume to the sawmill on John T.
Galhralth'a property aud to be returned to Joseph Prairie Creek at
about 600 feet below the Custom
House.
And whereas the record of .lumen
Dakar, dated the 1st of March, 1880,
is as follows :—
18116, 1st of March, Water record
of James Baker. Joseph Prairie
Creek record in favor of
James Baker, the right to divert not
exceeding 500 inches of water from
Joseph Prairie Creek to be taken
irom two points on said Creek above
Munroe'e cabin, for agricultural pur
poses lor a term of ninety-nine yearn.
And whereas the City are desirous
of expropriating 500 inches irom the
said records and to acquire a licence
in respect thereof to be used for municipal purposes only, under tbe provisions- ot the Water Act 1909.
And whereas tbe holder of the
milling record of John T. Galbraith
has not (or a period of fifteen years
made uae of the said record or water
thereby granted.
And whereas tbe said John T. Oalbralth or his assigns have no Works
m connection with the same.
And whereas the holder of thc record of James Baker dated 1st March,
880, has not made use of tbe same
nor constructed any works In connec-
ion with the same.
And whereas the lands upon which
iUbh records were to be used, being
• he lands owned by tbe said John T.
.albraltb and James Baker on the
dates respectively of their water
rights, and which are affected or cap-
it le of being irrigated by said water
i : lots 4, 5, 22, 29, 85, 26, 24, 28, 27,
n    .ill, in group one (1), In the dis-
rlct    of   Kootenay, which said lots
ii c hince been subdivided and Hold
tii part, and constitute the city     oi
rnnbrook and vicinity.
And     whereas     thu persons  whose
his it is proposed to acquire    me
the    owners ol the lands sltunte in
said lots.
And whereas the name of the near-
est stream available for the purpose
of the municipality, othor than tlie
waters of which it Is proposed to
expropriate, ia Gold Creek, being nit
uate from eight to ten miles distant
from the municipality.
And whereas the approximate estimate of tbe    cost of bringing water
from the sard Gold Creek to the municipality is from $120,000.00 to $150,-
uuu.00."
' And whereas tbe amount proposed
to be paid to the existing licensees
lor their assigns for the extinguishment of tbeir rights, the acquisition
ol their Works and for their loss gen
enilly, is one dollar ($1.00) to be
pnid forthwith,
And whereas your petitioners deem
it to lie necessary tor the proper
maintenance of the water supply system, thut. the water should be stored
by means of dams or reservoirs or
in such manner us your Honour may
direct according to plana to be hereafter furnished, and 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 datwi
the 7th day of January 1875, and the
record of the said James Baker dated 1st day of March, 1886, live
hundred (500) inches, or thirteen und
seven-tenths (18 7-10) cubic feet per
second, of water to he taken from
Joseph Prairie Creek in the District
of Kooteuay in the province of British Columbia, and the works (if
any) constructed thereunder, and to
acquire another licence in respect
thereof.
2 To stoie the said water by
means of dams or reservoirs or otherwise and at such places as Your
Honour inuy direct.
And your petitioners will ever pray.
(Seal) Tlie Municipal Corporation
of the City of Cranbrook,
J. P. FINK, Mayor.
•"HOMAS M. ROBERTS, City Clerk,
TAKE NOTICE that the above pe
tltion will be presented to His Hon
our the Lieutenant Governor in Coun
cil on Tuesday, the 5th day of October, 1909, at the hour of ll o'clock
in the forenoon, ut which time any
person affected by the same may he
heard.
Dated this 25th day of August,
1909.
G. H. THOMPSON,
Solicitor for City of Cranbrook,
vhose     address     for   service is Held
Hock, Baker Street, Cranbrook, B.O.
35-4
thence south eighty   (80)  chains;    ipost on C, P. R. survey line   which j
to the point of commencement, mak-lis the western boundary of lot 4593,
LAND NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I, Ceo.
Wilson, uccouutunt, sixty duys; utter
date intend to apply to the Chiel
Commissioner of Lunds and Works at
ictoria, for permission to purchase
the following described lands in Eust
Kootenay.
Commencing ut. u post planted uL
tho south west corner of lot 5970,
thence running south uboilt BU eliuins
to timber license No. 21582, thence
east 40 chains, thence uorth to lot
5970, tbence west to place of begin
niug.
George  Wilson.
Dated  August 20,   19U9. 35 9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kuolesuy.
Take notice that the ('rothers hum
ber Company, Limited, of Crnnbrook,
occupation, lumber company, intends
to apply tor permission to purchase
the following described lauds, Com
menciug at a post planted at the
nortli west corner of timber license
36554, theuce west forty chains, thence
south twenty-five chains, theme east
forty chains, thence nortli twenty-five
chains to place of beginning,
Crothers Lumber Co,,  Ltd.
J. F. Bridges, Locator,
Dated August 20, 1909. 36-9
CRANBROOK   LAND   Ul STRICT.
District ot East Kootenay,
Take notice that Jacob Pius Fink
of Crauhrook, B. C, occupation met'
chant, intends to apply (or perm in
sion to purchase the following des
crlbed lands : Commencing at a post
plunted at the southeast corner of
lot 7317; thence south till chains ,
theuce west 40 chains; thence north
60 chuins; theuce east 40 chains to
the place of the commencement,
Jacob Pius Wink.
Dated August 20. 1909. 35-U
NOTICE.
Public Inquiries Act,
Notice is hereby given that sittings
of the Commission appointed under
tho "Public Inquiries Act," lot' the
purpose of making inquiry into all
matters in connection with the tim
ber resources of the province will he
held at. the following points on Uie
dates set opposite each, namely :
Vancouver—August 23rd, 2lib, 25th,
Seattle-August  26th,   27th,  28th.
KamloopB- September  7th.
Vernon   September 8 nnd 9,
Revelstoke—September io und 11,
Nelson   September 18,
Crnnbrook—September ll and 15.
Fernie—September Hi.
Grand Forks—September in.
Owing to the members ol the commission having accepted ati Invitation
to attend the meetings of the First
National Conservation Congress ol
the United States, to be held iu the
auditorium of the Alaska Yukon Pa
cine Exposition. Seattle, Washington,
on August 26th, 27th and 28th inst.,
the meetings on thc Inst day of the
commission iu Vancouver, advertised
for the 26th, and the meetings nt
Now Westminster, August 27th und 28
have been cancelled. Arrangements
for the holdings of meetings at these
places will be announced later. The
meeting at Kamloops will be held on
tho 7th of September, ami not on the
30th as originally advertised, other
wise the itinerary remains the same.
Announcement will be made Inter if
it should he decided to ho necessary
or advisable to hold meetings at oth
or places.
FRJOD J. FULTON,
Chairman.
Lunds Department,
Victoria, B.C., 12th August, 1009,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given Mini 80 days
after date, 1 intend to upply lo the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and   Works for   a license tu propped
for coal   nnd    petroled u the fol
lowing lands sitnnte iu ihe Dlstrlcl
of Southeast, Kociloimy, British Col
umbia, in Block 4503 : Commencing ul
a post that is planted at ur nonr
live miles east of the ll mile
post on O, P, It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4693,
und being the South Enst. Corner post
of the Annu  K.   Webb claim
thonce   west    eighty  (HID chains ;
tlieuce  north  eighty   (HIM  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (HOj cbains;
ing tilO acres more or less,
Charles E, Webb, Agent,
Anna K. Webb, Locator.
Located August  3, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after dnte, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. i htel Commissioner uf Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum mi the following lands situate in the District |
of Southenst Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is plunted at or uear
five milos east of tho 41 mile
[lost ou C. P. It. survey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
nnd being the South West corner post
of the  Anna  K.   Webb claim
tlieuce   north   eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   east   eighty   (.80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   tSOi  chains;
thence   west    eighty  180) chuins ;
io the point of commencement, making 640 ni-wM more or less.
Charles  E,  Webb,  Agent.
Auuu K. Webb, Locator.
Located August 3. 19U9. 36-5
coal   AND  PBTROLBUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for u license to proBpect
for coal and petroleum on tbe following lunds situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted ut or near
nine miles east of the 41 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and beiug the South East corner post
of tho M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thence  north  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thonce south  eighty  (80) chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator.
Located  August 4, 1909. 36-5
and beiug the North West corner t>cst
of the Walter J. Abbs claim
theme south  eighty   i80)  chums ;
tbence   eust.   eighty    (80j chum* :
thence north eighty   i.80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  iSui chains ;
to the point of commencement, making i. tn acres, more or less.
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Walter  J.  Abbs.  Locator,
Located July 24,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 day*
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for u license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. Urltish Columbia, In Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
five miss east of tbe 29 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey hue which
Is the wen tern boundary of lot 4592,
and being the North West comer post
of the Louis M. Daveuport claim
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
theuce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (K0)  chuins ;
thence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or lens.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Louis M.   Davenport, Locator
Located July 24,  1909 36-5
Charles K. Webb, Agent, (three miles east ot the 33 mile
Levi O. Monroe. Locator. Ipost on C. P. It. survey line wnich
duly 27,   19ft9. 36-5 is the  western  boundary ol   lot   4593,
and being the BoUtb East cornei post
of the Louis M.  Davenport claim
hereby given that 3udays!   thence  north  eighty   (80J  chain;
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Li
640 ai res more ot lew..
Charles B, Webb, Agent.
P   Charles  Bassett,  Locator,
Gated   July  29,   1909. 36-5
Notice i;
after date. 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works for a license to prospect
for coal   nnd   petroleum  on the fol
thence west eighty >w< chains
thence south eighty iS0» chains
thence east eighty isiji chains
to the point of commencement, m
lowing lands situate
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a post thut is planted ut or near
seven mites east of 31 mile
post on C. P. it. survey liue which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
the District ^ 640 acres '"ore or lest.
Charles E, Webb,  Agent
Louis M. Davenport,  Locator
Loeuted   July  28,   1909, 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice Is hereby
OOAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
rlou. Chief Commissioner of Lands
.ind Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate iu the District
Of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that is planted ut or near
nine miles enst ol the 41 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
Is the western bouuduiy of lot 4593,
ind being the South West corner post
of the George Wykes claim
theuce  north  eighty   (30)  chains ;
thence   eusl   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (NO)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
u the point of commencement, mak-
ng 641) acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oeorge  Wykes,   Locator,
Located  August  4, 1909. 36-5
■ i&mutfr«"
CANCELLATION  OP  RESERVE.
Notice is hereby given that the reserve on lot 4,«;iii. 0, 1, Kootenay
District, notice of winch bearing date
of February the 3rd, 1909, was published in the British Columbia da'*-
tte ot February 4th, 1909. is cuucell
d, in so far as the said Reserve pre-
ents the acquision of said lauds by
pre emptors, under the provisions of
section 33 of the Lund Act,
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., August 3, 1909. 36-12
AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
COAL
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
ufter dute, I inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
ind Works for u license tu prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lunds situute jn the District
if Southeast. Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
live mile east of the 39 utile
post on O. P. R, survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the North West coiner post
f the Oliver Crockett claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
tbence   eust   eighty    (80) chuins ;
tlieuce nortli eighty  (80t  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to tlie point of commencement, muk
g CIO acres more or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locator.
Located  August 3, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date,  I  intend to apply to the
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner of Lunds
and   Works for  a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on the fol
lowing    lauds situate in the District
if Southeast  Kootenay    British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   that is planted   at   or   near
three    mile    east     of     the 31    mile
post on C.   P.  It. survey  liue   which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the South East corner post
of the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
theuce  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west,    eighty  (801 chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
tlieuce   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E.  Fehr, -Locator.
Located  July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
ufter date,   I   intend  to upply  to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for  u license to prospect
or coal   and    petroleum on the fol
lowing lands    situute In the District
of Southeast  Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing at
post   thut is planted   ut   or   near
nine    mile    east    of    the    39   mile
it on C.  P.  it. survey line   which
is the western boundary of  lot 4593,
uud being the North West corner post
if the Oeorge Wykes claim
theuce south  eighty   (80)  chuins ;
theuce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce  north  eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
o the point, of commencement, mak
ng 640 acres more or less.
Charles B, Webb, Agent.
George  Wykes,  Locator.
Located   August.  4, 1909. 36 5
ORANBItOOK LAND DISTRICT
Eusl   Kooteuay,   Southern  Division
Take notice that
latin of Cranbrook,
merchant, intend:
mission to purchns
B.
Wultei
h. a,
to npply for
the following
McPur
upatloi
crlbed lands :  Coinmeii
plaiilcd  about   III chain
southeast,     curlier of lot. 813
eust.     2d     chuins ;     thenco
chains ; thonco eust 20 chain
per
des
post
til of the
thence
nth 20
them
sou th 5ii chains; thei
Ihenee north 70     ch.
of    commence in out,
acres more or bias.
Walter  Hi
Baled, July 24t.li
st
HIS
iii chains
to  the  place
utituiuini-    240
McFurlniiO
11109
COAI,    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notlco is hereby given thai 30 riuyi
after dute,   I   intend   to apply   lo  tin
Hon. Chief Coin
and Works for n
for coul und pel
lowing lands siti
of Soutbeiist
iniibiu, in Bit
n pnsi Mint
three    miles
cell
Kootenay
■k 4593 : I
is plulllci
east    of
if Lands
prospect
un ou the folia Ihe District
British Col
niiieiiclng ul
COAL    AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 Inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
coul and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeust Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
nine miles east of the 29 mile
post on C. P. R. survey liue which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and beiug the North West corner post
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence  south eighty   (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty  (80)  chains ;
theuce   west   eighty (80) chalnB ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locator,
Located  July 26, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
after date, I intond to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   that is planted   at   or   near
ie mite east of the 31 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being the South East coruer post
if the Fred B, Qoodall claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chaius ;
tbence   west    eighty  (801 chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making (140 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agent.
Fred E. (ioodall, Locator.
Located July 28,  1909. 36-5
and being the South East coruer post ufter date
of the Levi Q, Monroe claim
tbence north eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thence   west    eighty  (Hnj chains ;
tbence south eighty   (K0)  chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, niak-
iug 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E.  Webb, Agent.
Levi G.  Monroe,  Locator.
Located  duly 27, 1909. 36-5
I   intend   t
apply
Hon.    Chief   Commlsi
and   Works for   a license tc
for coal   and    petroleum oi
lowing    lands situate in  th<
given that 30 days
u the
Lands
prospect
the fol-
District
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, 1 inteud to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lauds
ami Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lauds situate in the District
of Southeust Kootenay, British Col
umbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing ut
post that is planted ut or near
three mile east of the 31 mile
post on C, P. R. survey line which
is the western lioundury of lot 4593,
and being the North West coiner post
of the Charles E.  Webb claim
theuce south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (8ih  chains ;
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 040 acres, more or less.
Charles   B,   Wehh,   Locator,
Located  July 27,  1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lauds
and   Works for  u license to prospect
for conl   and   petroleum on the following   lands situate iu the District
f Southeast   Kootenay,   British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   that Is planted   at   or  near
three    mile    east    of    the 31    mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line   which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
tlieuce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ng H40 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulvsses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located   July 27.  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
after dute, 1 intend to apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenay, Ilritish Col
umbia. in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
live mile east of the 31 mile
post on C P. It. survey line which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Soutb Eust. corner post
of the Ulysses B, Fehr claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  ehulns ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence soutli  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
i tlie point of commencement, mak
ig (140 neres, more or less.
Charles E,  Webb,  Agent
Ulysses  13.   Fehr,   Locator.
Loeuted  July 27,  1909. 36 5
COAL
Null
AND   PETBOLEUM   NOTICE
at
:•{•> is hereby given thai. 30 dnyn
after date, I Intend to apply to I lie
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
mul Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
umblu, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
u posl that Is planted at: or near
live mile cast, of the 31 mile
post on C. P. ll, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot, 4593,
and being the South West corner post
nf the Levi O. Monroe claim
thenee   eust   eighty    (HO)  ehulns ;
tbence   north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thenee   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
tbence south  eighty   (.80) chains ;
the point of commencement, muk
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice is herehy given thut 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum ou the following lands situate iu the District
ot Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted al or uear
Blue miles east of the 31 mile
post ou 0. P. R. survey liue which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the South West comer post
of the Fred E. Uoodull claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chaius;
theuce   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
theuce south eighty (HO) chains ;
to the point ot commencement, muk
ng (140 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Fred B, Qoodall, Locator.
Located July 36,  1909. 3ti-£
COAL   ANB  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
..fter date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
post tbut is planted at or near
three mile east of the 31 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of the Walter W. Hay claim
theuce south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the poiut of commencement, muk-
ng 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb,  Agent.
Walter  W.  Hay.   Locator.
Located  July 27,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing <»t
a post that is plauted at or neai
three miles east of the 33 mile
post ou C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot «693,
and being the South West corner post
of the Louis M. Davenport claim
thence   euBt   eighty    (80) chuius ;
thence north eighty   i80i  chains ,
thence   west    eighty   (80) chains .
theuce south  eighty   (80j  cbalUfi ,
to the point of commencement, mak*
lug 640 acres more or less.
Charles B.  Webb, Agent
Louis M   Davenport, Locatoi
Located July 2s,  1909. ;*o-5
COAL   AND PBTROtHUM NOTIOB.
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
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate iu the District
uf Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
tive miles , east of the 33 mile
post on O. I'. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593
and beiug the Soutb Eust corner post
f the Harry K.fLandeck claim
thence  north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (.801 chains ;
theuce south eighty   (HO)  chains ;
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Harry F.  Landeck, Locator.
. Located July 29,  1909. 30-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
after date,  I  inteud  to apply to the
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for   a license to prospect
coal   uud   petroleum ou the following    lunds situute in  Ihe  District
of Southeast   Kooteuay,   Ilritish Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   that is planted   at   or   near
live    miles    east      gl     the    33 mile
post  ou C.   P.   R.  survey   line   waich
is the western boundary of lot 4593.
and being the South West coiner post
of the Harry P. Laudeck claim
theuce   eust   eighty    (80) chuius ;
thence north eighty   (80)  cbuins ;
thence   west    eighty  (80i chains :
tbence south  eighty   (80j  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ng H40 acres more or less.
Charles E,  Webb, Agent
Harry F. Landeck, Locator.
Located   July  29,   1909. KG f,
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notue is hereby given that 30 days
after dnte,   I   intend  to apply to the
' Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur u license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following   lands situate In the District
lol Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a   post    that Is planted   at   or   near
j seven miles east of the 33 mile
post on C, P It survey line which
Is the  western   boundary  of   lot  4593,
land being the North West corner post
I 1 the Maud Uassett claim
I    thence  south  eighty   oju,  chains ;
;   thence   eust   eighty    (80) chains;
■   thence not th eighty   1B0)   chains ;
tbence   wesl    eighty  iso> chains ,
. iu the point of commencement) mak-
iue il4o acres more or less
Charles E.  Webb. Agent.
Maud   Bassett,   Locator.
I    Located  July _J9.  1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NoTICK
Notice is hereby given that 30 davt
after date, I inteud to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landi
and Works for a license to prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootonay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing" at
11 post thut is planted ut or near
seven miles eust of the 33 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days!*!"!,telH "" W' Hf-,1 cwner VOfii
,fter date,  I  intend to apply to the K "» ?•«£ *#•■ c'aJ''>    ,
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lauds!   f '•'■*e north eighty  (80) cha ns ;
license to prospect       >e»«   *■*    i^l'ty  (8-I c mlns ;
the fol '    tneilce  B0»th  eighty   (80)  chuins;
District     t"6"0*  ♦''•a'   ''ighty   (80) chains;
'to the point of commencement, mak-
and   Works for
for coal   and   petroleum on
lowing    lands situate lu  the
of Southeast.   Kootenuy,   British Col
umbia. In Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   thut is planted   ut   or   near
tlve     mile    eust     of     the  31     mile
post ou C.  P. R. survey  liue   which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tbe North Eust corner post
of the Charles E.  Webb claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chuius ;
thence south eighty   |80)  chains ,
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thenee north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 640 acres, more or less.
Charles  E.   Webb,   Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
ing liln ueres more or less
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oeorge  Wykes,   Locator.
Located   July  29,   1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given tbut 30 days
after dute, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lauds
und Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum 011 the following lands situute iu the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
u post that is plunted at or near
seven miles east of the 33 mile
post on 0, P. l(, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593.
and being the South West corner post
of the Oeorge Wykes claim
theuce   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thence   west    eighty  (80* chains;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chuins ;
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing atI*o llM* Mnt of commencement, mak
post   that is planted   at   or   near I'"« 640 acres more 01  less,
live     mile     east     of     the 31     mile Charles B, Webb, Agent
COAL   AND PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
ufter date, I intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
aud Works for a license to prospect
lor coal aud petroleum ou tbe fol
lowing lunds situate in the District ■
if Southeast   Kooteuay,   British Col |
post on C, P. R. survey liue which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West comer post
of the Charles E.  Webb claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thence   east   eighty    (8ni ehulns;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ,
thence   west   eighty (80) chuius;
to the puint of commencement, mak
ing ii4i) acres, more or less.
Charles   R.   Wehh,   Locator.
Located  July 27,  1909. 30*6
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply tn the
Hon. Cbiei Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for  a license to prospect
Oeorge
Loeuted  July  29,
Wykes.
1904,
Locator
36
for coul and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Ool
umbia, lu Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post thut is planted at or near
seven mi leu east, of 31 ml hi
post, on C, P. R. survey liue which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,(
mul being the Nortli East cornel' posl
I.   Abbs claim
eighty   18ID  chains ;
eighty   18O1  chains .
eighty     ihiii  chains .
eighty   18O1  chains ,
iniiieiieeiiieut,  muk
r less,
of  the   Waller   .
thenee    west
thence south
I hence    east
thence  nortli
> tbe polnl  of
ig 640 ncros mom
the 29 mile'mg 640 acres, more or lees.
Churle
Walter
.lulv 27,
, E. Webb, Area!
I. Abbs. Locator
1909. 3(|.(
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date,  I  Intend  to apply to the
Hon    Cbfel   Commissioner ot Lands
and   Works for   a license to prospect
for coat   and    petroleum 011 the following    lands situate in the District
ol Southeust   Kootenay.   British Col
ilinhln, in Block 4593   Commencing at
a   posl    that   is planted   ut   or   iitai
one      mile    east     ol     the      33      mile
post on C   P.  It. survey  line   which
is the western  boundary of  lot. 4593,
and being the North Basl cornel post
of the Juiut'n  D   LoWmail claim
theuce    west     eighty   (80)   cballlS ,
theme   lOUtll   Olghty    1HII1   rhuUli ',
tbence   easl   eighty    iHiu chains ;
thence north eighty  (80j chains ,
lo the point of commencement, mnk
lug 040 ncros more 01 loss
Charles E   Webb. Agent
.Limes l>   Lowmnn, Locntor
Located   July   28,   liit'i 36 5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date. 1 intend to apply to the
Hon Chiei Commissioner of Lands
aud Works for a license to prospect
lor ooal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Ulock 4593 : Commencing at
a   post    that iu plunted   at   or   near
nt- mile east of the 35 mile
poat ou C P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
f the Kred   E. Ooodull claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains;
tbence   south   eighty   (80)   chaius ;
thonce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)   chains ;
io the point of commencement, mak-
ng tilo ucies more or less,
Charles E.   Webb,  Agent.
Kied E.  Qoodall,  Locator.
Located July 30. 1909. 3C-5
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given thut 30 days
liter dute, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of bands
ind Works for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenuy, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing et
a post thut is planted at or near
one mile east of the 35 mile
post on C, P R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
md being the North West corner post
.f the Fred   E. Ooodull claim
tlieuce south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
theuce   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
thencs north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
theuce   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
0 the point of commencement, niak-
ng 640 acres more or test;.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Pred E   Goodall, Locator.
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
ifter date, 1 intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
md Works for a license to prospect
or coul and petroleuni on the following lands situate in the District
•f Southeast Kootenay, British Ool-
imbin, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
1 post    that is plauted   at   or   near
three       miles     east     of     35     mile
lost on C.   P.  R, survey line   which
is the western boundary of  lot 4593,
md being the North East corner post
1 the Wm,  M, Guiwits claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
tbence  north  eighty   (80)   chaius ;
to tin1 point of commencement, making il 10 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits, Locator
Loculed  July 30, 1909. 36-5
'OAL
AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter date, I_ intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiet""Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands situute in the District
of Southeust Kootenay, British Col-
iimhiu, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
11 post thut iH plauted at or near
three miles east of 35 mile
post, on O. P R. survey line which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the North West corner post
of the Win. M   Guiwits claim
tbence soutb  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
io the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or lees.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Willinm M. Guiwits, Locator
Located July 30, 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
for coul and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
.if Southeust Kootenay, British Col-
umhla, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
even miles east of the 35 mile
post on C P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of thc Bert E. Palmer claim
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains,
tbence   east   eighty    (80) cbains;
thence north eighty (80) chains ,
to the point of commencement, mak
inr fi to acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert  E.  Palmer,  Locator.
Located  July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL
Not 11
after i
Hon
and
for
1
AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
ice is hereby given Hint  30 days
date,  I  Intend to npply to the
chief   Commissioner of Lands
Works for   a license to prospect
nl    pet 1 oleum on  the  fol
iwtni:    hinds situate iu  the  District
of Southeast    Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at	
>a  post   tbut is planted   at   or   near'to the point of commencement" mat
coal   AND PBTROLBUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby  glvon thai  30 days
afier date,  I Into 111] to npply to the "
Hon,    Chief    Commissioiiei   ol   Lands,
and    Works lot   u  license  to piospect'l
for coul   and   petroleum on the fol-1 j
lowing    lands siluute in  the  District
ol SoiithfUHt    Kootenay.   Biltish Col
umbia, in Block 4593    Commencing nl
11   post    that   is planted   nt    oi    lain
seven    miles    east     of    the   33 mile
post  on C    P.   ft   survey  hue   which
Is the  western  boundary  ol   lot   4593,
and  being the  North  East  coiner pOflf
of the P. Charles DnB*ett claim
thence   west    eighty  iS0> chains ,
then to south olghty  imii chnlns ,
tlieuce   east    eighty    (80i cbuins ,
thence north eighty  imh chain.
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date.   I intend to apply to the
Hon     Chlel    Commissioner  of Lands
and   Works for   u license to prospect
lor coal   uud    petroleum on the fol-
_ j lowing    lnnds situate in the District
ol Southeust   Kootenuy.   British Columbia, lu Block 4593 : Commencing'ut
u   post   that Is planted   ut   or   near
even    miles    east    of    tho 35   mile
,l   on C.  P,   It   survey Hue   which
is the WfStom lioundury of  lot 4593,
and being the North West coiner post
of tbe Beit E   Palmer cluim
thence so'tth  eighty   (80) chuins;
thonce   eutA   eighty    (80) chuins ;
norttt eighty  180)  chains ;
west    eighty  (80) chains ;
o ihe point ot commencement, mak-
ne 64u ueres moil or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert  E.  Palmer,  Locator.
Located  July 29. 19Ce. 36-5
1 beni'
theuc PACE  4
THE PROS PKCTOR.    CHANBitOOK.    R.    P.,    SA'l'l UI'AV, SEPT.
1909.
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice     that   I.  Auue Melville   nuh
coal   ami PETROLEUM Notice
Notice is hereby  given  that  30 days
after date,   1 intend to apply  to the
and   being the North   Kast  corner pust
of the Anna K,  Webb claim
thence    west     eighty   iSOi   chains .
thence  south eighty   (SOi  chains .
notice     that  I,   Auue Melville   Hon     t'lnei    Commissioner  ot   Lands]    tUPm.,,   v.iA\    eighty     fSO»  chains ;
Leask,   occupation     married woman, end   Works for  a license to prospect I    thence  north  eighty   1801   chain;- .
intend     to   apply    tor  permission to  for  coul    and    petroleum  on  the  fol*U0  th,.  point  of commencement,  muk
purchase one hundred and sixty acres lowing  lands    situate  in  the  District ) lUi.  ilW ;ll.ros   more or j0;-s
i    land,   bounded as follows:  Com    0I Southeast   Kootenay.   British Col , Charles E.  Webb. Agent.
Anna   K.   Webb,   Locator.
Located duly 22, 1909. 3G 5
menclng at a post planted at theIumbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
southeast cornei of lot 8435, and a post that 1s planted at or near
tbence is chains west, tbence south 40 Line miles east ot the il mile
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence post on C. P. H. survey line wuick
north 40 chains, is  the  western  boundary  of  lot  4593,
Anne Melville Leask, Locator." ,u„i ueiug the North Bast corner pcSt
Melton,   Agent
H.
Dated August 21st.  1909.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE,
if the Olive II   Twitchell claim
thence  Bouth  eighty   (80)  chains ,
thenco    west    eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thence  north  eighty   ^S0i  chains ,
thence   east    eighty     iSui  chaius.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICK.
s  hereby   given  that   30 days
Notice is hereby given that 30 days ^^^^^^^^^
after date.   1   intend  to  apply   to the i to  the point  of commencement,  mak
Hon.   Chlel   Commissioner of Lands I Ing 640 acres more or les
prospect < -l—i— v>   i
and Works for a license
for conl and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate iu tbe District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 Commencing at
a post that i.s planted at or mar
three mile east of the H nuh-
post on t'. P. L. survey line which
is the western boundarj ol lot 1693,
and heme, the South West corner post
of   the Harry F. Landeck claim
theuce   cast   eighty    t,S<n chains .
thenco north eighty   i&Oi  chains .
thence    west     eighty   (80)  chains ,
thence south eighty (80) chain-,
to the point ot commencement, rnak
Ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles E.  Webb. Agent.
Harry  K   Landeck,  Locator.
Located August 3, 1809. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM S'OTICE,
Notice i.s herebj  given tbut 30 days
utter dute, I intend to apply lo the
Hon Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for   a license to prospect
for   coal    and    petroleum   on   th<-   fot
lowing lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted ut ot near
three miles east of tb'1 2\ mile
post on C. 1'. ll. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tlie North We.-t rot ner post
of  the  Charles   K.   Webb  claim
Llienee  south  eighty   i8u,  rhnui^ :
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north  eighty   iSOi  chains ;
thence    west    eighty   <SUi  chains;
to the point of commencement,  mak
ing 040 acres, more or less.
Charles   E.   Webb.   Locator.
Located   July  20,   1909. 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, I intend to apply rn Llie
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
foi- coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing hinds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at. or near
three miles enst of the 22 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
i.s the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the dames D. Lowman clnim
thence   east   eighty     i8n»  chains ;
thenee  north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
tbence   west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
lng 640 acres, more or less,
Charles  E.  Webb,  Agent.
.1 nines   D.   Lowman,   Locator.
Located   duly  20,   1909. 36-5
after date,   I  intend to apply to the
Hon.   chief   Commissioner of Lauds
and    Works  for   a   license   to prospect
for  coal    ami    petroleum  on   the  fol
lowing     lamls  situate   in   the   District
oi Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post    that is plauted   at   or   near
three   miles    east      of       tlie   21       mile
[tost   ,,n  c    P,   It.  survey  liue   which
,   , is tlie  western boundary  of lot  4593,
ANU PETROLEUM  NOTICE Lad belag tht. Nrjrth Ba8t corMr post
is  hereby  given  that  30 days ol   the   Charles  K.   Webb  claim
aftei   date,   I   intend  to  apply  to the j
L<
COAL
Charles E, Weld.. Agent
olive H. Twitchell, Locator.
I  August 4, 1909. 36 5|
Hon    Chlel   Commissioner of Lauds
uml Works foi a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate [n tbe District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Ool
umbia, In Block 4593 Commencing -|l
a post that is planted at or near
three mile east of the il mile
post ou C P. It survey Line which
is the western boundarj of lot 459;:.
and being the South East corner pom
of   the Many  K   Landeck claim
theace   west    eighty  (801 chains;
thence  north eighty   (.80)  chains;
thence   east   eighty    isui chains ,
thence  south  eighty   ISO)   chain-,
to the point of commencement, mak
Ing '.in acres more it less.
Charles   K.   Webb,    Went
Harry   P.   Landeck,   Locator
Located August 3, 1909 U S,
thence west    eighty 180) chains ;
tlieuce south  eighty (80) chains ,
thence east    eighty (80) chains ;
thence north   eighty 180) ehuins ,
o the point oi commencement, mnk
Ing 640 acres, more or less
Charles  E   Webb,  Locator,
Located  July ^«».  cue. ,<,.:,
com.    vnd   PETROLEUM NuTlCE
Noiue is herebj  given that 30days
after  date,   1   intend   to  apply   to  the
■ Hon    Chlel   Commissions!  >>t  Lands
aid     Works   nn    a   license   to   prospect
:■>! coal aud petroleum on the following lands situate Ln tho District
.,i Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, ni Block t;"»9.i Commencing at
,i post that is planted at "i near
■me mile east ot the 27 mile
post on C P K survey line whuh
is the western boundarj ol lot 4593,
and being tin- South West coiner post
nl Alice c Chick's claim
thence   east   eighty    1 SO 1 chains ;
thence   north   elghtj    (SOi   chains ;
thence   «<--;i    eight)   (801 chains .
i hence   soutb  elghtj   > 80)  chains
: to the point ot commencement, mak
u : ps   more 01  ie«s
Charles   K    Weld.,   Aceut
v..,r 0   Chick   Locatoi
Located  July 23,   1909 U 5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUNI NOTICE
Notice is bereb) kivi n that 10 a.«> -
after date, I intend to apply tn the
Hon Chief Commissionei <>t I*ands
and Works for a liceUM- to prospect
foi coal and petroleum ou the i, ,
lowing land- situate in tbe Dlstrlcl
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 Commencing .it
a   post    thai, is planted   at   or   neai
three     miles     eaat      ■<:      : lie  .'.'   mile
post  on  C.   1',   H    survey   imf    whi h
is the  western  boundary  ■ •!  loi 4593, COAI
and being the South Kast cornei po*t SoUce ,s lie,..bv gireB that dll days
•f   Ann..   K    Webbs claim _UUM   date    i   lnteud  to apply  to lhe
chains; [liin     ,-,.,,.,   Commissioner ot Lands
chains anj   ..   .             fl iiMnse ,,, prospect
cbains .      l(, j    .,,.     1 [ni ,,„  ,-„,. [0j.
chains; towing    lands senate  in  the District
t  ol   commencement,   mat .  s,    .......    Kootenay,    British Col
s, more or ies.v umhla, in Block 1593    Commencing at
Charles E   Webb, Agent „   pos,    tha, [s planted   at   or   near
Anna   K.   Webb.   Locator '   ■   y
\M>   PETROLEUM S'OTICE.
thfnce   north   eighty •an
thence   west    eighty (80j
thence  south  eighty (SOj
t liem-e   east   eighty (80j
o the point
Located   July 22,   1909
COAI
Not ^miMtMmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmamM
after date. I intend t
Hon. Chiei Commissi
uml
COAI-   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICK. I
Notice is hereby  given  that  30 (lays I
after  date,   1   intend  to apply  to the]
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands
ami    Works  fot    a   license   to prospect
lor coal   and   petroleum 011 the fol
lowing    lnnds situute in  the District!
of Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col-1
umbln, iu Block 4593 . Commencing ut |
n   post   that  is planted   at   or   near  com
three     miles     eusl   of   the  2'A      mile
post on C.   I',   R,  survey  line   which     Noti
is the western lioundury of lot. 4593, after
■ ml being the North Eust corner post   Hon
of the James I).  Lnwinan clnim
theme   west    eighty   (Kl)i  chains ,
thenee  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
theuce    east    eighty     ISO)   chains ;
thence north eighty tHO 1 chuius ;
to the polnl of commencement, muk
Ing IrlU acres, more or Ichs.
Charles E, Webb. Agent
.)nines  D,   Lowmnn,  Locator
Located   July  20,   1909.
\ND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
i.s hereby given ttiat 30 days
pplv   to   til.
amma^mmmma^mmmmmw I   I   L'Oid-
Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4")9;i: Commencing u
a post that is planted at nr r*u
one mile east of the 21 mile
post on C. V. ll. Bttrvey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
ami being the North West comer posl
of the  Leonard W.  Baker claim
thenee    east    eighty     (80)  chains ;
thenee  south  eighty   (SOj  chains ;
thenee    west     eighty   iHih  chains ;
thence north eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, muk
ing ti4d acres, more or less.
Charles  E.   Webb,   Agent.
Leonard W.  Baker, Locator.
Loeuted  July 23,  19119. 36-5
AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
■e is  hereby  given  thut  30 days
lute.   I   intend  to apply  to the
Chief   Commissioner of Lands
.ml   Works for  a license to prospect
lot   coal   ami    petroleum on the fol
lowing    lands situate iu  the District
ol Southenst   Kooteuay,   British Col
umbln, in Block 4593: Commencing nt
a   post   that Is planted   at   or   near
three miles   east    id      the 21     mile
post  on  0.   1',   It.  survey   line    which
is  the   western   boundary  of  lot  4593,
,,t;-5 uml be Inn the South West corner post
if the Chnrles  E.  Webb claim
tlieuce   east   eighty    (80) chains;
I thence   north   eighty   (8ih   chains ;
Iter date,   I  intend to apply to the     tlieuce   west    eighty   (.SO> chuins ;
Hon.    Chief    Commissioner of  Lands     thenee south  eighty   <Slh  chain;.;
aud   Works for  a license to prospect to the point id commencement, mak
for coal   nnd    petroleum on  the fol    Im; B40 acres, more or less,
lowing    lnnds situate in  the  District Charles   E.   Webb,   Locator.
of Southeast   Kootenuy,   British Col       Located   July   20,   1909. iC-5
umbia, in Block 459:i : Commencing'at
a post that is planted at or near COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
three miles east id the 2'> mile Notice is hereby given that 30 days
post on C. 1'. It. survey line, which ufter date, 1 intend to apply to tin-
is the western boundnry of lot 4593, Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands
and being the South East corner post nnd Works for a license to prospect
f  Oeorge  E.   Kleury  claim for  coal    and    petroleum   ou  the  fol
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that IP) days
date,   I   intend   to apply  to  the
thence   north   eighty   (80)   chains
thence   west    eighty   iHiii chains
thence   south   eighty   I80i   chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains :
o the point of commencement, matin: 640 acres, more or less,
Chnrles  E.   Webb,  Agent.
George K. Kleury. Locator
Located   July 21,   1909. 3fi ."..
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTTCE.
Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
after date.  I  intend to apply to the
Hon.    Chief    Commissioner   of   Lands  t.
and   Works for   a license to prospect   i
for  coal    und    petroleum   on   the   fid  |
lowing    lands situate  in   the   District
of Southeast   Kootenny,   British Col
umbia, in Block 4T>9:i    Commencing at
a   post   that is planted   at   or   near
one      mile      east    of      the      27      mile
post on C.   P.   It,  survey  line   which
is the  western  boundary of  tot  4.'>*.t;{,
and being the South Ka
of  the  Charles   E.   Webb  claim
thenee   north   eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty   (80)  chain" ,
thence  south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   east    eighty     (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
mil' 540 acres, more or less
Charles   K,   Webb.   Locator
Loentoil   Inly 211.  1909. 36 !
lowing    lands  situate   in   the   District
of Southeast    Kootenay,    British Col
umbia, iu Block 1592 . Commencing at
a   post    ttiat  is planted   at   or   near
three    miles    east     of     the 2,1 mile
post  on c   p   it   survey line   which
is the western boundary  of lot 4593,
and being the North East coiner post
oi   Sarah  Smith's claim
tbenci-    west     eighty   (80)   chains ,
thence   noil til   eightv    (80)   chalM ,
thence   east    eighty     <8"i  chains ;
tbence  north eighty   iSOt  chains ,
, the point of commencement, mak
.- 640 acres, more or less,
Charles K   Webb, Agent.
Sarah   Smith,   Locator
Located   .Inly  21.   1909 RC-5.
thee     miles    east     of     the 27 mil*
post  on C   I'   R   survey  line   which
is the  western  boundary  of  lot 4593.
and being the South West coiner post
f the Anna K. Webb claim
theuce   east   eighty    'H'i> chaius ;
thence   north   eighty   (80)   chains;
tlieuce   west    eighty  (80) chains .
thence  south  eighty   o^Oi  chains ;
io the  point of commencement, mak-
Ing G40 acres, more or less.
Charles E,  Webb.  Agent
Anna  K.  Webb,  Locator.
Located July 2:', 1909. 36-5
coal   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
aTter date. 1 inteud to apply to the
llou. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works fur a license to prospect
tor coal aud petroleum on the fol
lowing lauds situate iu the District
of Southenst Kootenay. Ilritish Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 37 mile
post  ou 0.   P.   It.  survey   liue   which
is the western boundarj ol lot 4593,
and being the South Bast corner post
1 f the   .en  e. Palmer claim
thence  nortli  eiglu>   (Kin   chuius ,
ihenee    west    eighty   (80)  chuius ;
thence  south   eighty   (80)   chains .
thence   east   eighty     (80J  chains;
to the point of commencement, muk
ing t>40 acres more or let*.
Cburlert  B,   Webb,  Agent
Bert   K    Palmer,   Locator, '■
Located July 21, 1909, 86 5
1'OAL   ANB PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB
Notice in hereby given that 20 days
aftei   ilate,   1   intend  to  apply  to  the1
Hon    Ohiel   Commissioner of Lauds:
and   Works for  a license to proapect j
for coal   and   petroleum on the fol '
lowing    lands situate  in  the District
mi Southeust   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, iu Block 4693   Commencing at
u   post    that is planted   ut   01   nwu
"Ue     mile    eust     ol     tin     37     milo
post   on  0,   P.   R.  survey   line   wblsb
is the western boundary ol lot 4593.
und heme, Cu* South West comer post
of the Bert  E.  Palmer claim
theuce    east    etghtv      (80)   chuius ,
thence  north eight)   (80)  chains ,
theuce   west    eighty   (80) chains ,
thence   BOUtb   eighty   tSlli   chains,
io the poiut of commencement, mnk
ing iitii acres more oi lew.
Charles E   Webb, Agent
Bert  V.   Palmer. Locator
Located  duly 31.  1909 Jti-a
COAL    AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
aftei date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon Chlel Commissioner of Lands
and Works tor a license to prospect
(or coal and petroleum on tbe following lauds situate In the District
o( Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
u post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 37 mile
post ou C. P. R. survey line wnich
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the South East corner post
f the Joseph S. Banner claim
theuce  north eighty   (SO)  chuius;
theuce   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
theuce   eust   eighty    (80) chaius ;
to the point of commencement, making Ii40 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Joseph 8,  Danner. Locator.
Located July 81, 1909. 36-5
r^im/
Tax Sale Notice
Sale ol'Lands for Unpaid Taxes in the Fort Steele Assessment  District,
Province <»l British Columbia
1 HKIIKMY HIVI'l NOT10U Uml un Tub
forenoon, nl the Court Houflo, Ornnhrook,
hst herelnnttoi nol out, ol tho porsoua Lu tlu
Hui.l UjoraoiiB on tho 3lnl .lav ol Docomlipr
nilvertlBlng said  mlo, ll nol boouqi imlil.
i :;i h ,,i i ui ,.i,oi. All. 190(1  ui tin' hour
(1 . I shall ,,iT,t for buIo nt  Public    Auctl,
i<i hi liorolnnltcr boI out lor   dollnquonl
■i   ton o'clock in  il"'
1,        till'   IllUlls   ill   till'
taxos unpatu by the
„i i,,i Intoroat, routs uml oxponflon, Including il„- coat    ol
iiiai. IND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco i.s hereby given ui.it SO (lava
alter ilate, I Intend to apply t,, the
Hon. t'bief CommtBBloner «,f Landa
m-r post l,in,i Works lor u license to prospect
for coal ami petrolenm ,,ii the [ol
lowing lun,I- sltunte in tbc District
• >i Southeast Kootenay, British Col
unit,in. iii Block 4*,!i:{ : Commencing ut
u post tbut is plunted ut or neai
three miles eust of the a mile
posl on C I'. It. survey line wlncli
,s tlie western liotiiidury of lot 1693,
and being the South Easl ,r,mei post
COAL   ANU   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbut 30 days
alter date. 1 intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleuni on the following lands situute in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 4r,y:t: Commencing at
n post thnt i.s planted at or near
one mile enst of the 27 mile
post on i'. P. If. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 459.3.
und being tbe North East corniir post
of Leonard W. linker's claim
tlieuce south eighty   (80) chains ;
theuce   west    eighty  (8Di chains ;
thence nortli eighty  (80j  chains ;
thonce   eust   eighty    ISO) chaius;
t,, the point uf commencement, making lilll acres, more or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
Leonard W. Baker, Locator.
Located  .Inly 2:i,  l«09. :ic-f,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30days
ufter date. I intend to apply to tbc
Hon t'bief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for u license to prospect
for coal and petroleuni on thc following lnnds situate in the District
ot Southenst Kootenay, British Col-
itmbla, in Block ir,9:i : Commencing nt
u post that is planted ut or nenr
Lbree miles east of the 'il mile
post on ('. P. R. survey lino which
is tbe western boundary ot lot 4593,
and being the North West corner posl
,,f the Anno K. Webb claim
thonco south eighty   (80) chains ;
tbence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
ihenee  nurth  eighty   (80)  chains;
t bono-   west    eighty  (8b) chnins ,
1,1 the puint uf commencement, mnk
ing i;tu ncres, mure ur less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Anna  EC.  Webb.  Locator.
Located  July 22. 1909. 30-5
COAL    AMI   PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notlco Is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to upply to the
lion chief Commissioner of Lnnds
ami Works fur u license tn prospect
for coul nnd petroleum ,111 the lollowing lumls situute in the District
of Southenst Kooteuay, British Columbin, in lllock 4593 : Commencing nt
a p,,st ilmt is plnntcd at or near
live miles enst of tbe 27 mile
post mi 0. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot. 4593,
mul being the Nortb East corner pt.st
of the M. Wuync Twitchell claim
ihenee   west   eighty  (8O1 chains ;
llienee   BOUth   eighty   (80)   chains ;
thenco   eust   eighty    180) chains;
tbence nortli eighty   (80)  chains;
1,. tt,,- point ui commencement, nmk-
.11:' 1.in acres, more or less.
OlmrloB E. Webb, Agent.
M   Wayne Twitchell, Locator
Locntod .Inly 22, 1909. 36-5
llo
uml
I.   IMi   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
in,- 1   horoby given that .in buys
dine.  I  Intond to upply tn the
Chlol   Commissioner of LandB
Works tor  11 license to prospeel
im coal   mul   petroleum on the fol
lowing     Imiils   situate   ill   I lie   Dlstrll'1
,,l Southeast Kootenny, Urltish Col
ami,in, In Hluck ir,9:i Commencing at
n pus! tbut is planted ul nr near
throe miles ensl ol the 21 mile
post on  C.   P.   It.   survey   line    which
is Hie western boundary of lol 4593,
mul being the Smith East corner post
ol  the  fhmlcs   E    Webb  claim
thenco north eighty  ikiii chains .
Uience    west     eighty   1801   ehuins .
thonce  south  eighty   iKOi  chuins ;
ll re   east    eighty     l»0i  chnlns :
In the pi,ml ol commencement, malt-)
inr i;4n acres, more or le
of the .
i hence
l hence
I hence
Ihenee
In   the
Ing 040
Is
umes It.   Lowman claim
north  eighty   (80)  chains ,
west    eighty   isu, chains
smith eighty   'Mil, chain .
east   eighty    (80) chain,, ;
Hunt oi commencement, muk
acres   more or less
I'liaile,    K.   Wehh,   Al-clit.
.lames [i   l.owmmi. Locator.
il   .Inly   20,   1909. 3C 5
COAL ASH PETROLEUM NOTICE. I
Notlco is hereby glveu that 30 days
after date. I Intend In apply tu tbe
Hull Chief I'mnmissiulici ,,l Lunds
und Workd fni n license to prospect
f,,r conl mul petroleum un the fol■
lowing In lulu situute In the District
nf Southensl Kootenny, British Columhln, lu Hluck 4593 : Commencing at
a   poal    thai is planted   nt   or   near
tl       miles     eust      ol      the   27   mill
t'hurles   E    Webb,
Located  July 20,  1909.
Locntor, I post on C.  P   H   .survey line   which
3C-5jit;  the western boundary of lot 4593,
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
aftoi dute, I intend to apply to the
ll,,u Chlel Commissioner of Lands
ami Works for a license to prospect
tm coul uud petroleum un the following lands sltunte In the District
ol Bouillons! Kootonay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
u pust thnl Is planted ul or near
llvfl miles east of tho 27 tulle
posl ,,n C. P It survey line which
Is the western lioiiudary uf lot 4593.
ami being the Nurth West corner post
of the OUvo II   Twitchell clnlm
tbence   ensl    eighty    (90) chuius :
thonco smith  eighty   (80)  eliuins ;
thonco   west    eighty  180) chains;
theuce  north  eighty   (80)  chains ;
tn the polnl nf commencement, making 04u acres, mure or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb, Agent.
Olive II. Twitchell, Locator,
Located July 22, 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
und Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleuni on the following lands situate in the District
nf Southeast Kootenay, Dritish Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
u post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 37 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
uud being the South West corner post
of the James D. Lowman claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thenco north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
lu the point ol commencement, making 040 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agont.
James D. Lowmnn, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, 1 intend to apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license tu prospect
for coal and petroleum utt tbe lollowing lnnds situnte in tbe District
ol Southeast Kooteuay, Rritisb Col
umbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
nine miles oust of the 37 mile
post on C. P. R. survey ii.m which
la the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the Soutli East coiner post
ol the Bert E. Palmer claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  t80t cbuins ;
thence soutb eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert E. Palmer, Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of LandB
and Works (or a license to prospect
for coai and petroleum on the lol
lowing lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in lllock 4593 : Commencing at
a post that Is planted at or near
live miles cast ot the 37 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line wa'ch
la the western boundary ot lot 4593,
and being the South East corner post
of the James D. Lowman claim
thence north eighty  (80) chaina ;
thence   went   eighty (80) chaina ;
thence south eighty  (30) chains ;
thence  east  eighty   (80) chains ;
in the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or leas.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
James D. Lowman, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notice Is hcjpby given that 30 days
after date, 1 Intend to upply to the
Hun. Chief Commissioner ol LandB
and Works (or a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, Ilritish Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post that is planted at or near
five miles east ol the 37 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line wtfch
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being tho South West corner post
of theWalter W. Hay rlnlni
thence north eighty (80) chaina ;
thonce   east   eighty    (80) chains;
thence south eighty  (80) cbains ;
thenee   west   eighty (80) chains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ueres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Walter W. Hay, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, 1 intend to npply to the
Hun. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
aud Works for a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum ou tho lollowing lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commonclng nt
a post that is planted at or near
seven mile cast ol the 30 mile
post on C. p. l(. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und bolng tlie Nurth Eust cornor post
of the Wm. M. (luiwltn cluim
thonco   west,   olghty  (80) cbuins ;
theuce south eighty  (80) chains;
i lienor   eust   eighty    (80) chuius ;
thenco north eighty (80) chains ;
tn the point of commencement, making 640 uereu more or loss.
('buries E. Webb, Agont.
William M. Guiwits, Locator
Located July 29, 1909. 3G-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. Chiel I'oinmlsslonnr ol Lnnds
and Works fur a license tn prospect
tor coal mul petroleum on the following lands sltunte In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In lllock 4593 -. Commencing ut
a  poat   that Is planted  at  or  near
NAME III'' PERSON AHSESSED
-  - . ,       . ,'       litlll.iltt >.
Arnold. Clool'KC
Douglas, Oeorge 	
Douglas, Qoorgu	
Arnold, BlUaboth .      ........
Lane. Hurry	
Lane. Simon It 	
Howard, Aubrey F	
Baron, Robert s
THE LIST AHnVK MENTIONED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION OP PRO
I'KllTY
I'.ol  i.i.'. Croup one,  Kootenay'  his
trict,  320 acres  	
Lot 6800, Oroup niic. Kuuienuy Dls
11id. Ii.u acron 	
..I.ui 7uls. Oroup one, Kootouuy Dls-
tt
ti
Smith,
L
804, Oroup nut', Kootonay i>u*
trict, 77 ni'les 	
..Lot 2380, (iu,ui, ,,ue. Kuotenay Ills
trict, 22 ncres 	
,Lol 3064, Oroup mie, Kootonay district, ;iu5 acres 	
.l,ui .iiu.il, Oroup ono, Kootonay Dis
trict, 86.5 acres 	
Sub Lot 17 ,,( Lot 4591, Oroup one,
Kootonny   District,  sso S7iim
ucrcs 	
Sail Lot 24 ol Lot 4592. Croup one.
Kootenuy   District,  163 03-100
DELINQUENT TAXES.
Tuxes School  Intciest Cosl. & Total
Expenses
,:tr,        $2.ini   UI.II3
,aa      2i»i  7oa
.18 2.nn   6.14
i; 2.011    6.S7
.is 2 on   6.18
3.91 2 0il   62.14
3.50 2.011   35.20
Rates
7 OS
4.80
3.91,
3 131
4.00
54,40   1.88
2-1.311   .', In
88.50
21.20
3.99
1.55
2.110   94.55
2.011   24.75
Dated at Oranbrook, ll. 0.,
7ih day ut September, All, 1909.
ALFRED. 0. NELSON.
Deputy Assessor aud Collector,
seven mile oust uf the 30 milt-
post ua 0. P. It. survey line which
is tbe western buundary ui lot -1593,
aud being the North West comer post
of tbe Wm. M. Outwits claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chnins ;
thence south eighty   (80) cbuins ;
thence   west   oighty  (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, muk
iug 040 acres more or less.
Chui'les E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits, Locutol
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
and being the North East collier post
uf the Bert I'l. Palmer claim
tbence  sotltll   eighty   (801   chains ;
thonco   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
tbence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (801  chuins ;
to tbe point of commencement, making' Old acres mote or less.
Chui'les K. Webb, Agent.
Pert E.  Palmer,  Locator.
Looatod July 31, 1909. 36-5
OOAL   ami PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notlco is hereby given tbut 30 days
ufter dute,   I   intend   tu apply  tu tho
Hun.   Chlel   Commissioner uf Lunds
and   Works for  a license tu prospect
fur cual   and   petroleum un the following   lands situate »iu the District
ut Southenst   Kuotenay,   British Col-
I umbia, in Hluck 1593 : Commencing at
ia   pust   that is plauted   at   or  near
[nine    miles    enst     ol  the 27    mile
pust on C. P. It. survey line   which
is the western boundary uf lut 4593,
uud being the Nurth East corner post
of  the Olive It.  Twitchell clnim
theuce   west    eighty  (XO.i chuins ;
tbence  soutli eighty   (80)  chnins ;
tbence   oust   eighty    (80) chains ;
tbence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point uf commencement, making Olll acres, mure ur less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
olive H. Twitchell, Locator.
Located  July 26, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 d,uys
alter date, I inteud tu npply tu the
Hon.   Chief   Oommlssionor of Lauds
and   Works for a license tn prospect
lor coal   and   petroleum un the ful-
lowing   lands situate in the District
of  Southeast Kooteuay,  British Col
umbia, ln Block 4693 : Commencing at
a   post   that Is planted   at   or   near
lone    mile   eust    ol    thc    37     mile
post on C.  P. R. survey line   wltiea
is the western boundary of lot 1593,
I and being the Nortli East corner post
lot the Joseph S. Danner claim
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   eaat   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eigbty  (80) chains ,
to the point of commencement, mak
Ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Joseph S. Danner, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
alter date, I Intend to apply to thc
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works lor a llconse to prospect
for coal and petruleum on the following lands sltunte In the District
ol Southeast Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a poat that is planted at nr neat
one mile eust ol the 37 mile
Post on C. P. R, survey line which
Is the wostorn boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
of the Joseph S. Danner clnlm
thenco   oast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonco   west   eighty (80) chains;
thence north oighty  (80) chains ;
to the point ol commencement, milking 640 acres more or less.
CharleB E. Webb, Agent.
Joseph S. Danuor, Locator,
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AM)  PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
after date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
ami Works (or u license tu prospect
for cual aud petruleum on the fol
I lowing lauds situate in the District
I of Southeast Kobteuay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
it pust that is planted at ur near
nine miles eust uf the 27 mile
Pust on C, I'. R. survey Hue which
is tbc western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Nurth West corner post
ol the William Denner claim
Uience   cast    eighty    (801  chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence    west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence uorth eighty  (80) chains ;
tti the puint of commencement, making 040 acres, mure ur less.
CharleB E. Webb, Agent.
William  Denner,  Locator.
Located  .Inly 20, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice, is hereby given that 30 days
niter date. I intend tu upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license tn prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southenst Kootonny, British Columbin, in Bluck 4593 : Commencing nt
u post tbut is planted ul or near
ono mile oust of the 29 mile
pust on 0, P. II. survey line which
is the western buundary of lot 4593,
nnd being tho Smith Eust corner post
ol the Virginia E. Littletleld claim
t hence north eigbty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chnlns ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thenco   enst   eighty    (80) chains;
tu the point of commencement, making H-10 ncres, mure or less.
Charles E. Wobb, Agent.
Virginia E.  Llttlelleld,  Locator.
Located  July 23, 1909. 36-6
!OAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date, 1 intend tu apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license Lo prospect
lor coal und potroloum on the lollowing lands situate in tho District
ol Southenst Kuotenay, British Columbia, tn Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post that iu planted ut or neat-
seven miles east ol the 27 mils
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West cornor post
of the Bert B. Pnlmer clnlm
tbence   enst   eighty    (80) chnlns;
thonce south eighty  (80) chnins ;
thence   west   eigbty  (80) chains ;
thonco nortli eighty   (80) chains ;
to tho point of commencement, making 040 acres, moro or loss.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert E. Palmer, Locntor,
Located July 20, 1909. 30 5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 dnys
alter dute, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. Chlel Cmtmiissiotier of Lunds
and Works (or a license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on tbe following lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kootonay, Ilritish Columbia, In Block 4693 : Commencing ut
post thnt Is plunted at or near
three miles eust uf thu 37 mile
post on C. P. It. survey lino which
lo the western boundary ol lot 1693,
OOAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby glvon tiiat 30 daya
after date, I intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landa
and Works [or a license to prospoct
for coai and petroleum on the following lands sltunte in tbe District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commonclng at
a post that is planted nt or near
three miles east of the 29 mile
post on C, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
und being the South East corner poet
of the Walter J. Abba claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chnlns;
tbence   west   oighty (80) chains ;
tbence south  eighty  (80)  chains ;
tbence   ensl.   eigbty    (80) chains ;
tu the puint uf commencement, mnk-
IIB 040 acres, morn or Iobb.
Charles B, Wobb, Agent.
Walter  J. Abbs,  Locator.
Locntod July 24, 1909. 36-5
OOAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Nutlce iu hereby glveu thut 30 days
alter date, 1 intend tu npply to tho
Hon. Chief Coiumissiunci' of Lands
nnd Wurks fur a license to prospect,
for coal and petroleum on tbc following lands BltUAtO in the District
ul Southeust Kootonay, British Ool-
umbiu, iu Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a pust tbut is plnntcd nt or noar
throe miles eust. of the 37 milo
post on 0. P. R. survey lino which
the western boundary ol lot 4693,
nnd being the Nortb West corner post
ol tbe William Denner claim
thenee south eighty (80) chaius ;
thenee eust eighty (80) chains;
tbence north eighty (80) cbnina ;
tbence west oighty (80) choius ;
tu the point of commencement, muk-
iug 040 ueres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
William  Denner,  Locatoe.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after dnte, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands,
and Works (ur a license to prospect
for coal nnd petroleum on tho following lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kuotenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thnt is planted at or near
live miles cast uf tbe 37 mile
post on 0. P. R. BUrvey line which
is the western boundary ot lot 4593,
and being the North Enst coruer pust
of the Mattie J. Abb's claim
theuce  south  eigbty   (80)  cbains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) cbuins ;
tbence north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence,   eusl   eighty    (80) cbains ;
to the point of commencement, making till) acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Mattie  J. Abbs, Locntor.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 inteud to apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate ia tho District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 29 mile
post on 0, P, R. survey lino which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tho South West corner post
of the Walter J. Abba claim
tbence   east   eighty    (80) chaina ;
tbence north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains;
thence south eighty  (80) chaius ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter J. AbbB, Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice la hereby glvon that 30 days
after date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a licenso to prospect
for coal and potroloum on tho following lands situute in tho' District
of Southeast Kootonay, Urltish Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is plauted ut or nonr
five mles oust ol the 29 mile
post on C. P. R. Burvoy line which
is the western boundary nl lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
ol tbe Susan B. Fryo claim
thence   eaat   eighty    (80) chuins;
thonce north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eigbty (80) cbains;
thonco south eighty   (80) chnins ;
to the point of commoncomont, mak
.ng 640 acres, moro' or Iobb.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Susan B. Fryo, Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givon that 30 dayB
alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ol t,ands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tho following lands situate ln the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, ln Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that Is planted at or n.ui
nine miles east ol the 29 mile
post on 0. P. R. surrey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and bolng the South West corner post
ol tho Levi G. Monroo claim
thenco  east   eighty   (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80) chains ;
thenco   wost   eighty (80) chaina ;
thonce aouth eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, moro or loss.
OharlcB B. Webb, Agent.
Levi G. Monroe, Locator.
Located July 26, 1909. 86-5
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenuy.
Take notice thnt I, Harvey Hough-
land, ol Crnnbrook, B. 0., occupation
Rancher, intend to apply lor permission to purchase tho followiog described lands : Commonclng nt n post
planted 20 chnlns wost of sho southeast cornet- of lot 5247; thonco wost
20 chnlns, thonco south 80 chains,
thenco onst 20 chains, thenco nortb
80 chains.
Harvey Honghland.
Dated July 16, 1909. 29-9 THE PROS PKOTOR, ORANBROOK, IV c. BATUBDAY, SEPT.
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FEttNIE.
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
Arch. Leitch. of Oranbrook, attended the sitting of the timber commission here this week.
We tire Informed by J. W. Bennett
thut louil roars of supplication to
Jupiter Pluvitis were ascending to
Olympus from the vicinity of Ornn-
bronk Inst week. These prayers wore
copiously answered.
A. E. Wutts, nf Wiittslmrg, wns in
the city Thursday last.
Secretary Anstle of the Mountain
Lumbermen Association accompanlod
the Forestry Commission In their
rounds of the coun.try.
The t'.iiit-t ul Revision for voters'
lists closes mi October 1. Every
qualified male should see Hint his
niiuie is on the list..
MICHEL REPORTER.
The pay-roll for Soptomlicr totes
up a little over $62,000,
If current   rumors are to  bo rellod
on, tlio past prosperity ol our town
Isn't
way.
a patch to     what's coming niir
Foley's
Superba
Chocolates
"The Chocolates with
the Whipped Cream
Centres."
liotli out auporbiw " an i
Canadian Oirf" Uhooolatos am
amous fur thoir rich, dolloloui
'Whipped  Creani  Contres."
Desoriptioti won't rlenorlb
hum. You mii-i tnsts lliom fo
yoUraelf.
All Foloy'a Oliocolatu plena.'
he potato and are gooft for you
AnIs for Foloy'i wherever Bos'
undy in Kept
Fole' Bros. Larson & Go,
Idmonlon 4INNIPEC        vnnooiiwa
An automobile road through British Columbia is proposed. John D.
will possibly subsidize It as it would
increase the consumption ol gasoline.
The steam shovel is here at last
with a gang of men, grading and filling in the sidings recently laid, and
"busy" tolls thc story of the 0. P.
It., hero the past week.
Ore Shipments
Following nre tbe ore shipments
from mines In the Cranbrook district
for the past week and year to date:-
St.    Eugene 363     16,402
North   Star 160     1,140
Total  613     17,542
Presbyterian Churoh.
Sept.   19th.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
The members of the Maple 1*01
Rebecca lodge will attend this service In a body. Tho sermon will be
appropriate.
Sunday School nt 3 p. m.
Evening service at 7-30.
September 18th Is the bicentenary
ol the birth ol Ilr. Samuel Johnson,
and the address will be a brlet study
of the life and works ol this remarkable man. Onrlyle calls hltn a prophet.
Methodist Churoh.
Morning service at 11. Fellowship
meeting at 12.
Sunday School roily at 3, when
parents ore Invited to attend with
their children. There will be n specially prepared service with responsive
tendings hy tbc children ami teachers,   Pastor and Superintendent.
Children on tile Cradle Roll have
been Invited, nnd It ia hoped that a
largo number will be present. Special hymns will lie used lor the occasion, nml all who attend will be provided with n printed order ol the
service.
Epworth Lenguo Prayer Meeting
at 7.
Evening service at 7-30. Subjoct:-
"The Responsibilities of Knowledge,
or the Danger ol nn Evil Choice."
Tuesday.      Lenguo   Mooting   nt t.
Consecration evening,   Subject'.—
••The Making of a Christian." Paper
hy Mrs. I. Manning,
Thursday.   Prayer service at 8.
Friday.   Choir practice at 8,
Next Sunday,     October 3rd.
diens service at 11.
Clitl
Wu. They an Saying
That, It Is time tbo Government
corked up all spark-spurting, bush-
tiring C. P. H.. Iiieotnotlves.
That Ibe Hxhibitlon authorities,
hero would do well to add to their
line list or rewards a number ol
prizes for samples of the various
minerals found In the Oranbrook ills
trict,   this Is un eye opeucr.
Tbut one ot tile llnest viewpoints
of mountain and prairie may be had
[rpm the roof of the new Public
School. What about the rool gulden
bleu, Mr. Trustee?
Thnl in view of tlio largo number
of Visitors, and others, "hall-seas
over," trying to navigate this putt
of II. (' , during the Exhibition,
Cranbrook may secure n sea port
reputation.
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner ot Landi
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tho following lands situate in tbo District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
five miles cast ol thc 37 mile
poBt on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
ol tbo Mattie J. Abbs claim
thence south eigbty   (HO) chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tbence nortb eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eigbty (80) chains;
to the point ol commencement, milking 640 acres more or leas.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Mattie J. Abbs, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
OOAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Bluck 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 39 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
la the western boundary of lot 4593,
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 311 days
after date, I intend to npplv to tho
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lunds
and WorkB for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tue following lnnds situate lu the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing ut.
a post that, is planted at. or noar
three    mile    east    of    the    39  mile
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTIOB,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days!
after date,   I  intend to apply  to the\
Hon.   t'bief   Commissioner of Lands
anil   Works for   a license to prospect
lor coal   anil   petroleum on the fol-
lowing  lauds    situute hi  tlie District,
ol Southeast. Kootenay, Ilritish Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a  post.   tbut. is planted   at   or  near
one    mile    east    ol    tbc    39   mile
post oa C. P. R. survey lino winch ' Post on 0. P. 11. survey lino which
Is the western boundary of lot 4533,' ■» tbo western boundnry of lot 4593,
anil being the Soutli West corner prist.: nnd being the North West, cornor post
ol tbe Walter W. Hay claim
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence nortli eighty  (80) chnins ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thoace south eighty   (80)  chains ;
to tbe point, of commencement., making 640 acres more or less.
Oharles E. Webb, Agent.
... Walter W. Hay, Locator.
Located August S, 1909. 36-6
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date, I Intend to npplv tu the
Hon.   Chiel   Commissioner ol Lunds
and   Works for  a license to prospect
lor coal   and   petroleum on the lollowing lands   Bltuate la the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, Ilritish Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post   that Is plauted   at   or  near
live    wile    oast    ol the    39    mile
post on C. P. R. survey line   which
is tbe western boundnry ol lot 459H,
and tolnrtn^SoutrEaVcoraer p'o'st; »<"1 being the South East corner post
I the Ulysses E. Fehr claim K»le James 8. Dunn clam
tbence north eighty (80) chains ; I «»nM nort'' ••<■"* ffi C'"'"" ;
thence wost eighty (80) chains I J*™" »«* •■«**» }® 1j"m,s •
thonce south eighty (80) chains ; «»M» Bouih '"ft1* \f> v*'""* •
thence east eighty (80) chains; . th™ce eaat eighty (80) chains;
to the point ol commencement, mak-ito the Point of commencement, ranting 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Wehh, Agent.
Ulyoses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
ing 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb, Agent.
James S. Dunn, Locatorf
Located August 3, 1909. 36-6
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ot Lands
and Works lor a license to jirospect
lor coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, Britlsn Columbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post tbat lu planted at or near
one mile oaBt ol tbo 39 mile
post on C. P. R, survey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
ol the Ulyoses H, Fehr claim
thonce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thenco north oighty  (80)  chuins ;
thenco   west   eighty (80) chains;
thenco south eighty  (80) chains ;
to tho point ol commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Loeutor.
Loeuted August 2, 11109. 30-6
OOAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to npply tu tne
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works lor a license to prospoct
tor coal and petroleum on tbe following lands situate in tbe District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Dlock 4593 : Commencing at
a post that Is planted at or noar
Ave mile east ol tbe 39 mile
post on C. P. R. survey Hue winch
Is the western boundary ol lot 4693,
and being the South West corner post
ol the James S. Dunn claim
thonce north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thonce   east   eighty    (80) chuins;
thence south eighty  (80) chuius ;
thence   west    eigbty (80) chnins;
to the point ol commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Chui'les E. Webb, Agent.
James S. Dunn, Locator!
Located August 3. 1909. 80-6
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby givon that DO'day* Notice is hereby given that. 311 days
after date, I Intond to npply to the ulter dute, 1 Intend tn apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands Hon. Chlel Commissioner ol Lunds
uml Works for u license to prospect land Works lor a license to prospoct
for eoul nml potroloum on the fol foe coul and petroleum on the following lands situute In Ihe District lowing lands situate, in tho District
of Southeast Kootonay, British Col ol Southeast Kootonny, British Ool-
umblu, in lllock 4593 : Commencing at umbln, In lllock 4593 : Commencing ut
a pout, thai Is plnnteil ut or near a post that is planted at. or near
three uille enst. of tho 31) tulle one mile oust ol the 39 mile
post on C. P, It, survey line wliieb post on 0, P. It. survoy line which
the westeni boiiiidnry ol lot 4,193, is the western boundary ol lot 1593,
ami being tho Hi,nth Bust, comer post
ol the Waller IV   lluy claim
thenee north eighty   (80)  ehulns;
the ice    west    eighty   (HO)  eliuins;
tlieuce  south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
tbence   east   eighty    1,80) chains;
to the point oi commencement, mnk
lag li'lil ueres more or lofts.
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Walter W.  Hay,  Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
und being tho North Bast corner post
ol the Ruins B. Sherburne claim
thence south eighty   (80)  chuins ;
thonce   west    eigbty (80) chains;
thence north olghty  (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    180) chains ;
to the point of commencement, milking 6411 acres more or less.
Churles E. Webb, Agont,
lliilue B. Sherburne, Locntor.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
ot the Ritfus I).  Sherburne claim
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
thenee   west,    eighty   (801  chains ;
tbence nortli eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 610 acres more or less.
Charles E.  Webb, Agent,
llufus B. Sherburne, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
COAI.   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Not leu is hereby given that 30 days
ufter date, I lateud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for u license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following luinls situute in thc District
of Southeust Kootenuy, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
a post ilmt Is planted at. or nour
throe mile oust of the 39 mile
post ou 0. P. It, survey lino which
is I lie western boundary of lot 4593,
und being tho North Eust corner post,
of the llufus 11. Sherburne claim
thence   west,   eighty  (80) chains ;
thenee  south  eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thoace   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  nortb eighty   (80)   cbuins ;
to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent,
llufus B. Sherburne, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given tbat 30 days
after date,  1 Intend to apply to the I
Hon.    Ohlof   Commissioner ol Lands
aud   Works for  u license to prospect,
for coal   und   petroleum on the lol-1
lowing lauds   situate in tbe District
ol Southeast Kootenuy, British Columbia, ln Block 4693 : Commencing at
a  post,   that Is planted   ut   or  near
three    mile    cast    of    the    39  mlle;
post, on 0.  P. It. survoy line   which
Is tho western lioundury ol lot 4593,
and being the North Wost, corner post
ot the Oliver Crockett clnlm
thonce south eighty   (NO) chains ;
tbence   eust   eighty    (81)i chains;
thenco north olghty   (80)  chaius ;
thonco   west   eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commoncemont, mak-
lug 640 ueres more or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locntor.
Located August a, 1909, .'16-5
COAI,    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that :iu days
after dute, I Intond to apply to the
Hon.' Chief Commissioner of Lands
ami Works (or n llconso to prospect
for conl and potroloum on the following lauds sltunte in the Dlulrlet
of Southeast. Kootenuy, British Col
nml,In, In lllock 4593 : Commencing ut
ii   post   Ihnl Is plnnteil   at   or  nenr
live    mil ist    of the    39    mile
post, on c I', li survey lino which
Is the western liollliilury of lot 4.193,
uml being tbe North Enst corner post
ol the Oliver Orockott claim
Ihenee  .'ninth  eighty   (NII)   ebnllni ;
Ihenee    west,    eighty   (81))  chains;
thence north eighty  (80)  chnlns;
tbence   east    eighty    (8(1) chnlns ;
to  the  point of eijiimieneetiieiit,  nntk-
lug 610 acres more or less.
Churles E.   Webb,  Agent.
Oliver Orockott, Locator.
Located August 3, 1909. 36-5
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
Catarrh Cured
I ran cure catarrh, no matter how
long standing. Catarrh Is nn Inflammatory aflection ol nny mucous mem.
hrone In which there nre congestion
and swelling, either In the head ol
stomach.   Since coming to Southeast
Kootenuy I bnv irod over 200 ess
ob. I positively guarantee a cure oi
money refunded, Summer is the time
to get rid ol your cutnirh, call   and
llesideuee
residence.
flit   TAIYEE,
Oranbrook, ll.C.
near   N.   A. WntUngir'i
•)      VISIT DR. KELLEYS
GREAT MUSEUM
,  jj. The Largest Anatomical
' /
£ ■ Museum lu the Weat.
Dr. Kelly-- Discuses of Men. Twenty
years' oiporlenco n, tho treatment of
weakness,    nervous    troubles or any
contracted alln tu   A positive cure
in evory case, undertaken. Consultation tree ami strictly private, Treatment  personally or by letter.
DR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
210 Howard St., Spokane, Wush.
Repeat  It   "Bbllob'fl Cure  will
ways cure my coughs and colds.'
al- THK PlioSPECTOU,   ORANBROOK,   B.   0.,     SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1909.
t
Who Guarantees Your 5uit?
|   Barrister O. II. Thompson   wus
I Fernie this week ,,u legal business.
F.   Brown
city Friday
LOCAL   NEWS.
If you buy a Fil-
Ui'l'iirut suit you got
lliisguanintoeevory
linn1.  Kin'li pirmonl
is sulll   Willi  llli-lli>
liiiet promise lo pay
liaol. the money il
satisfiieliou bo nol
pi veil Tlio b'ii Re-
form Company on
dorses Hun puarati-
tee In you tlie buy
,t Winn fairer
[iriuciple ,'i'ulil vim
nisiiiess on iliinlt
i over wh,-ii yuu
i.l,- in purchase
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Wits
in tilt
city
Monday,
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Mackay, »
f Nelson,
was
in tlu
city
Monday.
i> ]    Mr. .ui.! Mrs.   Geo.  Hunt uf Kitch- j    Tbos. Itjuler. of
tfiner were Crnnbronk visitors     Thnrs-  the city Friday.
!day,
Mr. and     Mrs.   V.
Jaffray wen- Ornnbn
* I Thursday.
P. W. DftWBon, ul
H. Wright ot Vanci
city Thursday,
il
Pearson  ,it
visitors on
Montreal;   and
uver wero in the
T, Prentice,
ilty Thursday
l»   Emery,
own  tins w
ot Pernle     wai
,t Sheep   Creek
ai.   Muta,   int'siiti'iit oi the Pernle
! Port Steele     Brewing   Co.,     wns in
In the town     Wednesdnj impanj  in
i ness.
H. W. Oarse, .1. Davidson ond A.j
Dates of Vancniivev were registered j
at the Oranbrook Friday,
H, Wviiian, of Crandou, Wis., a
R. Hammer, of Hillsboro, Wis , \vi
guests at ihe Cranbrook Frldny.
.1. Cook of     Creston
Royal  Monday
1     1   M   Everett of Vaiv
tin- .'iiv Tuesday,
i'   Lund, oi Wardner
last  in Cranbrook
Vila inl Wm. .Staples, ..i WycllfTo; W, S.
Mulvey nnd T. Wright t>t Stillwater,
Minn.,   were registered at  ihe   Cran
;it tbe brook Thursday.
Mr. nml Mrs. 11   Oamoron,
>i Hum
don. were   uui'sts nt. the reali
enee ot
Mr.    nml    Mrs   H,   .1    Mii-hl,,
1      Insl
week
liiirns   Uron,   ndvortisod
rami
lllillinerv   OpOlllUg   tills      11	
Tlieli
window disiilnv would   1" r.rei
-  in u
city ol 811,000 population.
FIT
REFORM
*%v j0 New Deliveries
lust to lltind
We haveSUlTS to suit the VOUNG MAN tlie
MIDDII.   A (IE I)  MAN ami  the  OLD  MAN
Prices $18 to $35 a Suit
i i>
II . wns
Sowerly, of Cm
iu town M,,u,lay
It  us reported lli.it  It:
mver wus in' wus united in mnrrlage ,
triiile Coiiltlinnl. ,,f l-'red
,,ii S,'|,tenil>er lstli
M   11   Bwftln, ,,i     Mont
Angus,   ol   Vancouver;   and    C
ipbellton, S ;.Murray, ot ,S|ii,k,ia.'v wero tuoal
the Crnnhrook 'I'liiirsilay
il. Miles.
Miss tlei
l ,11.   \ II
V.    1!
i'    II
'I'n HUNT.
:, ronmod Oottngo, close lo
new si'liiiol    Ulectrlc liehl. wnlei .
'ph.me    Anplj
l.nl'IS  tlll.'I'iiS,
North Bud Vnu 11,.in,' i
•■    Ml    and  Mrs   .1    M    Lay, ,,( Nelson
spent Ttioaday last  m Oranbrook,
\    r.irkliiirsl.   ami  T      M.'Kiiinu,,ii
',,1 Vancouvei   wen' In town Monday
M
;
11,1
Vire
A.
,11,'as   ,,l
Vancou
.'el
we
e
'rnabrook
VI,11,,Is
Tuesdaj
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II
1
earsoi
,,l
.lull lay
was trail
iacl
lay
Ins
1,
sines
at
Cranlu
...k  Tiles
M
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md
Mrs
II
It     Ol
melon ,,:
Ida
Id,
ti
wele
Cl
anbrook
visitors
.1   H   Mcllrlde am
it tied  Monday from
i Oalgary.
v,   I'll Inn
m,i re
-s    111),
Burns  Bros-
The Popular Store
Cranhrouk, B. i
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| It Will Pay You j
D it Wiikie. u Ramsaj and s
Howland ot Toronto were ut the
Cranbrook Tuesday
h   l.yneli.   r   l-'muniei  and  P    i.ii
'■•-•-   oi  Plnchei  t'rivk were «uests at
Ci anbrook Tuesdaj
C ,' Myers ol Toronto, l' t» An
li rson and  E   l.   Staples ol WycliRe
.vi-:.-  in  til-  city   Monday
G. M Chester, A I. Phipps ;>ua
G Dobson ol Calgary wer* registered
;tt the Cranbrook Tuesday
\    egula)  monthly assembly of Sot
Precept  :y  was hold lo the Ma
.:. Monday evening.
T C Cessler, ■: Frank, Alia.. C,
Laagi il Pi ml< and ff F Baker nt
Manistee were at the Cranbrook Mon
w. it. Doyle,   of   Clnresholm, k i
McDoitjal, of    Hamilton, and   K II
l.iiili, of Spokane   were registored at
thc Cranhrouk Friday
il. ,1. Woi.len. ,.! St Johu N ll ,
is visiting his son W G Worden
this week Mr Worden i* ovor tu
years old, nnd this is his first tii|i
wesl He ia the owner of one of thi'
flues t forms on the St    John rivoi
CnANBRQQK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kooteuay,
TAKH notice that I, Oliver Ethel
bert Barber, ot Cranbrook, occupa
lum chemist, intend to apply for
permission to purchuse the tallowing
described lnnds Commencing nt a
post planted 00 chains south and 20
chains fast of the southwest comer
of Lot No. 227*. thenee West 30
chains; thence uorjh 60 chains to
St. Mary's river more or 38, thenco
down stream to point dtic north of
place of commencement, thence until
to place of Conmton.-e-uKr
Oliver Bthelbert  Barber,  locator
Dated AngUSt  29th   1 <"9.
Senator \ Page
id R. .1 Robert*
eistered  a:   t he
- .t Wardner, Idaho j
..I Spokane were |
'tunbrook   Sundaj j
: To  Bear
That we are now receiv-
inn our fall goods. The
newest anil best are
none too good lor you
ami our prices are right
Kindly eall and inspect
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Hendersnu, ol Montreal, and j
Bowman of Vancouver were
at    thr   Cranbrook     Sunday j
\c pictures at the Edison}
e   better than     ever this I
but   the  latest   films are'
THERAWORTH BROS. :
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors Cranbrook   ♦
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
art: snlil mil)  liv
The Montelius Piano House
Lillliteil
139-441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WRITE   I'OH   DESCRIPTIVE   CATM.OOUE.
Branch Store   413 Josephine Strept, Nelson, B.C
(;„„i,,,,  Welch,   SHlmc  \gmt. Cn ik. B.I
H.    H.    STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.( .   Business,
11  1;
ulli'.-it.-;
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Then! re
week.
shown.
Mr. unit Mrs. .1 Tnnnhiuiser nl
Fort Steele were visitinc nt the rcsi-
ilpnri- nf Mr   anil  Mrs.  It. Frasor nn
F. w. liiiriri'ss. ol Wnrdner, K. B.
Knmvli's, ol Cnlgnry, nml (!. ('. Itynn
ol Toronto spent Sumlny Inst in
Cranbrook.
C. .1 Lcnnle, ol Montreal, Max
McSweyn ol Nelson, nnil e. 1). Mc-
j Nnlili, nf Wnlilo were nt the I'ran-
hroolt Monday.
| J, MoDongnl, W, A. Hoover, W.
tllakc, und A. Hoover, ol Snnd
! Point, Idnhn, were registered nt the
1 lloyjil Monday.
H. Cunningham, ol Winnipeg, U.K.
Stewart of Medicine Hat, and A. II.
Hurt ol Montreal were uuests at the
Crnnbrook Monday.
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN THE WETTEST WEATHER
NOTHIN* IQ.UAIA
nsautiP
, WATERPROOF
OI I/ED
GARMENTS
THEY 100KWEU
WEAR WEIL and
WIUM0TUAK
SOMIYUSf
muuistvurmitt
MmXmim 0h» Cmikm C*.ui 1nm,(m
Vie Rollins, Will llollins, Corey
Dow and ,Ioe Ryan were fishing at
St. Murys l.uke this week. They re
turned Wednesday with a generous
supply ol mountain trout.
I STEWART'S  j
* The Leading Fruit Store.
I 	
I PnissBltviNci Peaches.
I Pi.ii.ms, Pears, ciiah-
\, apples, Tokay Grapes,
i| Melons,    Tomatoes,
4 cucumbers,
I
%, IIAZHLWOODICRORKAM,    ,
STEWART'S PINK
UIIOCOLATKS
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♦ j Crow's     Nest Pass conl inines.   The
:▼ amount distributed showed a slight
i increase over that ot last month.
- .' More than the usual number ot shnp-
1 pcrs were out in tlie evening nnd local merchants did a thriving business
The engagement is announced ol
Miss Lcetta McAfee, youngest dnngh
(er of tbc lute John McAfee and Mrs.
McAfee, ot Bradford, Oat., to Holnnd
s. Garrett, of Cranbrook, II. C!., son
,,1 Mr. and Mrs. K. Garrett, Bradford
The marriage   will take place
n the 29th day ol Soptembcr.
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t ONE NIGHT ONLY
} Thursday, Sept. 30
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Stirring American Play
|   HUGH STEWART
<®    Armstrong Ave. Phone ;">     i>
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Fruit
Lands
at the
North
Pole
It dooson'l tnlii> lon^ tor u uew
country to tlovolopo ami since
Oook mul Poftry' reiirhpil the
North I'mIp the country hnn nl-
rendy openod up mul is the
SECOND
KOOTENAY
uml thf hnnmins nre ripening
daily. Our representative Ims
just, returned and the rnncliera
one nnd nil nliu'pd orders for
Moffat Stoves
and Heaters
They realize tlie importance of
having the heaters set up early
iu thfl full as ihe nights nt the
pole are heKiuniut; fn get rather
cool, the time is also ripe for
buying henters In Crnnhrook and
District, or'should you he in ihe
market for a range, you cannot
do better than buy one the same
as displayed  by  us nt the
FALL FAIR
NO HOT AIR
About  This
We have five cars of Fall Goods
arriving before the end of the
month
One of Kuililiii|> Paper ami Roof Felt
One ol Nails
One of Iron
One of Stoves ami Granite Ware
One of Shelf Hardware
Draw your own
Conclusions
J.  D.  McBride
Hardware
Cranbrook. B. C
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PATMORE   BROS    j
Heating   and   Plumbing *
Engineers
* OUR   AIM   U in give Hi ifoi't-soi-kcr tho fullest aentio
X of t'omlovl  wiih ilui lotwl  boiibo of apparatus -thomostbiuIh-
T fyliig ruaiilla nl tho loasl  nxnonso of fuel nml nl labor, with
m rreeuoin from repairs, and n iliinllillitv equal to the lif,i nf tho
* liiiihlintr-    in    whleli    tho    hoiitlns; systems  nn-  Installed
X I'm' Systems nf   Heating moel theso  requirements  exactly.        X
+ Thoyaro theofllelont, silent, reliable servant nf tin- house owner        X
* an allium t which dors morn for thr cltocr and hoollhfiilnoss of        X
* home-liloth nn any othor material feature or decoration nf home        X
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0. K. WARD, Mnimaer
0. J. LITTLE. Souintnty.
The Oranbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE   FMPI.OYMENT
PHONS 2BU P. O, BOX 111
Oranbrook.        -        - B. C.
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♦ Phone  56
THE QU
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(iolcl Standard
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A Oust of Brilliant Kx, ,.||„ii,,i
'Seldom Iiiih
11 comedy in
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typically west
itril."   Mil wan
♦ I'lACIi : 111 ci CONTENTMENT will surely reign
♦ in 1 he home il vwi use only
I      ANCHOR IIRANI) FLOUR
♦ Makes Best Bread
! CAMPBELLS /WANNING
'In Wyoming'  Is n genulnu went.
comedy    u/lthoitl   Lite    iinual gun
Mlneapolls   .lnnrtml.
Staple and Fancy Grocers
Ari€>Hicr   Arixona
Ahstlutely Void of Gun Play
Intensely Exciting
J Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Fruit  Ranch  for   Sale
ififij arreH of hcnWi lami, withiit tho three mile radius nf
nnd nvorlookintt the city of ('rmibrook, toffothor with new
frame limine and Stable, lufj ice house nnd ice, Oomplflto kit.
nf carpenter's and hlacksmKhH' tnnls, IncllldinR forgo, curt
und Iihi'mwh, horse UnrnPHs nml top bu^y, etc., etc., h offered for snle hy the owner at a bargain-
This land is a sandy loam, dues not need irrigating, although water can he put on it 2 different waya, uml is at
least ten degrees warmer than 'bottom land ; will make ideal
milt-divisions.
Household   Furniture   for  Sale
OoiiBlst'ng In purl ol New Scale Williams Piano, mahogany
Inline, ionic pattern, ($5fi().fio,i curved music cabinet, solid
oak iliaim; chairs (leather seated,) Iron and brass beds,
ilresscrs and commodes, "Souvenir" range, upright beating
stove, parlor and bedroom miliums and I'ligs, rolrlgor'ntor,
oil paintings, library, etc., etc.
Auction Sale of 5 Acres
FRUIT TRACTS
l>fiok out for my Mammoth Auotion Hulii of 100
live aore fruit, traotu September 14 and in next
p,SbNo- D. B. Dulmage po3-,5Box
Terms can be urrnnged on any ol the above lots.
NATURES FERTILIZER
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To net the best results  from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground,
 XIZ	
Dried  Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
riione Iii p. o. Ilo.t 3.
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Our smoked moats are ulways fresh stock.
We
nre sure Ihnl  If you  try  them once you  will agree
♦      wiih  us Hint  they are the best  llitvored   and   most
,,      wholosoino smoked meats yon Imve ever eaten, *
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j! P. Woods & Co. I
PHONE 6T P. 0. BOX 154
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PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
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D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
tifiNTHAivra Hoi.ifiiTHii.
HOUSES
Por   Snlo nr iNiit nt itt'MMiiimiii*
I'rln'H.
OfTiccA Workshop— I .ewis St
»hone No   9t*.
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   No. il
NIGHT PHONE No. S88
R. H. DWYER.
Funeral    Director   nnd   Km-
balmor, in ohargG.

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