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VOLUME 17
OEANBSOOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 191#
NUMBER 9
CIVIC   ELECTIONS   OVER
Hurrah
For Hunt
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Hurrah
For his Colleagues
^P>-i_'ary_«_!
P. De Vere Hunt Elected Mayor by a Large Majority-The Actions of the Retiring
Council Sustained by the Result of the Poll on Thursday
Four School Trustees Elected
The civic elections arc over,    and berman, nnd will make good in   the
no doubt many of our citizens   and council chamber,
husiness men nro  pleased  with    tho Joseph McNabb, a conductor, who
result,      and       satisfied     that     a uas |)een n resident ot the city lor a
strong and efficient Mayor and Conn- number 0f years, and has taken   an
eil has  been  elected. active part ill  the development   and
Mr. DeVere Hunt, who ran on the progress of thc city, and who has   a
by a     Busioess Men's   ticket     ,was host of friends, who have placed him
elected hy a majority of 55. in   the     council, and    being a good
Following arc    the  Aldermen  elec- worker, will prove to be a good man
te{j;  in the council
FOR  ALDERMEN. I   We have no doubt, but. that in   a
few  months    we shall    hear the citi-
Joseph    Jackson  287 „,_, remarUng that thc new colmcil
T°8'    o    .?tf  Ill iB the most cfflcimt a»d Progressive
Jos.    R.   McNabb  2oS   that the cjty hRg hft(1 B[|1C|J incorpor_
Simon   Taylor  253 ation
A. C.   Bowncss  231 T1|e Moral Re[orm Leagu(!i   or tne
Donald   J.    Johnson  229 0it|Zcns tickot aa thev stylea them.
FOR SCHOOL TRUSTERS. selves made a   vigorous   tight, even
H    White -.  351 preventing the clergymen from parti-
E.    Elwell,      268 clpating,    in     their   desire   to win.
H. A.  McKowau  217 But '* was evldeat after   the meet-
E.  H.    McPhee  214 *nS iu the Opera House,     and   the
vicious attacks made upon city em-
Tho popular   verdict     is, that    a uloy(,e8   that cost them fl conBldera.
stroug and offlcient council has been We num|)er of  voteS|     that de(eat
elected. j8U1.e ana certain,     would he the re-
Messrs.  Hunt,  Jackson,    Campbell suit of   their     outpouring of spite,
and Johnson    were members of   the venom and wrath.
1910 council, and the fact that they |    The Prospector  in  supporting the
have again been   returned,   Ib taken BitsluessMen's ticket,  "bad no spec-
by the citizens, as a complete vindi- ia]  friends to serve,  no special ene-
catlon of the charges, made hy    the mies to punish",  being of the opln-
Moral Reform speakers,   of extrava- ion that    the best interests   of   the
gance In civic Itnaiices. city would be best     served by busl-
A. 0. Bowness,    oue of the newly noss men who werc loyal and true to
elected members of the council, ls a the city,   who were   progressive   in
thorough   business man,   and    if he every detail, and would carefully see
conducts    city business ns     he con- thnt. every requirement of the    city
ducts his own business, will provo to would be cnrefully looked into, and
be a   most     essential and     careful that   economy,       development    aad
member of the council. progress    would he their watchword
Simon Taylor, Is a successful lum- during the current yonr.
Y. M. C A. NOTES
The Young Men's Christian Association Imu been engaged in tins
work now for 60 years, with Uh in-
rrcHHini: nipit.nl of mon, experience
nnd equipment ,lt in directed hy business men who have themselves won
success.
Is Nortb America tbers are 11,017
centres, nml a membership force nf
half a million men mul hoys.
These men thread the vocations.
They aro a part of the fabric of a
nations life from the grocery store
to tbe university hall, the mine to
tbe manufactory, the railroad to the
battleship.
It bas 700 building.., costiag over
$70,000,000.
These teeming centre, are equiped
to serve and coneervs tbe youag men
and boys ln the sensitive, and shaping period of life.
It has an employed force of ovor
2,927 men, who ars expert in the
science of direet.iig Christian tier-
vice.
More than 100 secretaries from
North America are now In charge of
Y.  M. C.  A'i in foreiga countries.
Every 24 hours fil.OOO railroad men
come to the association. 2,27fi,0*»7
heilr were used last, year in Railroad
Y. M. 0. A's. 4,930,000 moult* were
served. 54,000 students enrolled In
evening educational classes, 1,000,000
•■rolled In bihl« study, 3,000,000 men
attended returns meetings last
your, ami 300,000 men enrolled in
gymnasium classw.
I The dnte for tbe opening of the Y.
At, 0, A. building imu not yet been
{fixed, hut will probably he about
Man. 26.
Death of Mrs, Chas. Clarke
Died ut Fort Steele, Wednesday, at
12 p. in., Mrs. Charles Clark, in ber
69th year. The funeral took place
on Friday at 2. p. m.
Mrs. Clark was one of the pioneer
women of the Kootenay*, and the
lirst white woman in East Kootenay
having came to Fort Steele tame
thirty years ngo, when it was known
ns Galbraiths ferry. Mrs. Clark,
was one of the most esteemed
women In the district, und her
many kind acts and attention will
be fondly cherished and remembered
j hy every old timer in the district.
j Mrs. Clark'H husband, Mr. Charles
Clark, waa accldently drowned In
the Kootenay river, some eight or
nine years ago, She leaves a son,
Mr. Herbert S. Clark, and n brother
Mr. It. la. T. Galbraith, to mourn
her loss.
■ Mr. .Tames Clark, a brother-in-law
and Mrs. T. T. McVittie, and Miss
Oalbralth, all of Fort Steele, are
neicflH of the deceased.
The Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES TO DECEMBER 31,191
LIABILITIES.
Muulc.ipal   Building Ucb  6,522.38
Fire Hall Buildiag Deb  3.478.60
St. Improvement Deb. (By-law No. 23) 8,696.49
School Building Deb 33,941.50
St.   Improvement  Deb (By-law No. 63) 9,697.57
Water Dohenture   67,883.00
Bill Payable   10,150.00
Due Imperial   Bank of Canada          60.84
Excess of Assets over Liabilities  27,104.58
(167,534.96
STATEMENT   OP RECEIPTS Kill iHK VTKAU I
Source Amount
Taxes  20,290.41
School    Grant     4,242.10
Pines         4,004.50
Trade Licenses     2,060.00
Liquor    Licenses     3,200.00
Dog and   Pound   Tax     306.85
Cemetery   Fees     275.01)
Road Tax      560.00
Water Revenue    17,332.03
Bills Payable   10,160.(10
Bank   Balance          60.84
Total
ASSETS
City's Interest in the Joint Government
and Municipal Building  7,500.00
Firo Hall Building it Equipment   7,000.00
Sidewalk aud improvements   18,404,06
Furniture and Furnishings       750.00
Wnter System      70,000.00
School Building hnd Furniture  53,554.10
School Dob Bank Balance         12.05
Outstanding  Accounts:    Taxes      5,502.113
Water rate   1,354.40
Preparatory Expenses in Connection
with New    City Hall and Jail     3,367.86
$167,534.96
162,482.38
STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURE, VEAR 11110
BALANCE FROM 1909. ,201.42
School      Board      J12.347.88 12,347.88
Finnnce Committee
Salaries       3,627.50
Elections       321.65
Grants     1,753.13
Printing         328.60
Stationery           310.31
Expense           647.66
Furniture and  Furnishings        319.10
Interest and   Discount        32.54
7,340.49
Fire and Police Committee
Street   Lighting        999.35
Police   Salaries   4,150.00
Police    Court          843.36
Police   Supplies         264.85
Keep  of  Prisoners   219.a
Fire   Department     1,909,48
Fire   Department   Equipment   700.67
street   Sprinkling      34.95
12.121.98
Board of Works
street  Improvement  1,834.96
Sidewalk   Maintenance      269.26
Purchase of   Pound        506.40
2,600.62
Hsnlth    Slid    Relief    653.18 653.18
Debenture RopnymenU   10,952.80        10,952.80
Wnter Committee
Malntnnnoce        8,253.23
Service       1,182,65
Extensions       2,823,71
Outings, Valves    and   Hydrants    279,66
Equipment      407.46
12,890.110
Municipal     Rinlillnijs     3,307.30
3,367.36
162,488.33 ESTABUSHED   1S95
A, B. GRACE,'       .       Editor
Subscription
$2.00 Per Yenr
Advertising rated   mude   t-uuwu   on
applieation.
<_nfi i & ilipi
Hon.  W.  S.     Fielding is back    lu
the Capital and looks somewhat im- I
proved ib health alter his sojourn in
the south.     He  dipped    Into    work
at once.     The return ol the Minister |
ol Finance   was    welcomed    by    the I
Government,  (or     lus   absence trom
the House     hns been a mosl Berioua
blow.     The  session  had only    >
when it  wus evident  that
was wrong.     The   premier,  hit u 11
credited   with   being   a    parliamentarian, looked  absol itelj   losi - ■
eral occasions     and  the    Opposil   >n
wore quick  to  tukc advantage of his
weakness.      His  absence    served    to
show two thins-:  lirst tbat  Fielding
during all  these years has been    the
man   behind      the  guns,   while      the
premier has  been      the     spectacular
head of affairs.      There will  be con
siderable  sympathy  (or  the  Miniate!
of Finance because of     the fact that
it is extreme.y unlikely be will evsr
get the premiers...]
all alone he has bee    the
truth.     Mr.      Fielding a     .battered
health    will     : revent   b  i   atten
the sittings o! the  H   >•   aa assldi
ously as  formerly.
The  municipal  elect..:,   is
the  winning  candidates   will   have    a
year to enjoy     the honor aing
members of that august body (mown
as the city council. The ne«
eil will be composed of business an.
railway men. and we consider them
to be strong and efficient, a credit
to those who nominated and elected
them.
THAT Is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to lookfornexi
time   you  buy underwear
Ymir size tn auy garmeni
with that trademark will
iii perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
uothing tj\fm for this
extra value; and yougetour
Guarantee of " mone> back
if you can fairly claim It."
Made .it Paris in Canad i,
bv   PEN MANS   Limited,
Ki_AViffl_W._l_aL.l_W ' £.*a_tt. -
IARVEY,    MrCARTER,
and    \1 \( DON M.I),
Barrister., and Solicitors,
RANBROOK, B. C
| George   K.  Leask & Co.
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Plaks. Specifications'
and estimates
FURNISHED GN APPLICATION
PHONE 114        P. O. BOX 80. ,
| ALL   KINDS   OF   BUILDING   MATERIAL
t CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
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Crattl
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HOTEL crtmbrook,
ItANHKOOK,
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X I Dr, E. VV, Connolly |
I   J      Physician and Surheon      i
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Is a lan;e and attractive hotel of guperior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
mon, Lumbermen and Miner!  all  go  to
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Phono Olllce   105.
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lt in now time, now that tht-
election la over, fur the would be
ueckers of favors, to come forward
and Hay: "How nicely it was done,
and that, we heartily supported all
those who were elected.
There wrh a "hot time" in the old
town, when the result of the election
wan announced.
What a narrow escape, City Solicitor Thompson, Chief Wand, Stale! o!
Police Dow, and other c vie employ
ees had on Thursday. Surely Uu
'Good Lord' is kind to his own."
SOCIETY   QIRL    MINK.
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J,  VV.  Kiri'LliDCK,
M.M.V..    V.S
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto ln 1H98. Gradate anil medalist of McKillip
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in I9UU. Registered member ot
British Oolumbla association.
kl L CALLS  NIGHT £ OAY PROMPTLY ATTttlOED TO
OFFICE   AT    MCKINSTRYS    LiVERY   8ARN
i.'liANBROOK, ti, C.,
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The   Wetitworth i
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
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The    second    carload  of     ore  this
week from the Society Ulrl mine was
shipped      today    to  the     mnclUr at
Trail.   This makes the     fourth carload   sent  out since  shipments com
moncod  in   December.     The  two carloads  lust  month   was ore from  the
upper dump of     the mine that    had
been  takes      out  several  years ago.
The   two   carloads      thiB   week   came
from the now strike in tbe lower tun-
ael.     luring  the     pust     week  two
teams   have   been      hauling   steadily,
some making two trips to the mine
aid setting down  four loads.     This
ore is being taken from a drift that
was run in a westerly direction from
the mais !»_•• foot tunnel asd is   at
a sept-     of about     350 feet.     This
churn of ors hai opened  up in  spien
iiS  shape,  and  for several days has
asld t width of about four feat.   The
ors is of Int;h  grade asd  is well    up
wi*k    that of the St. Eugene,     the j
property   wsica  it   adjoins.     The  ors i
body sas «very indication of perman- |
cy,  and  there  is already enough    in I
sight to giiaraiir.fi'   several  carload- j
a tanatfc fur  two or     three months.
A goasl sample «f the ore from    the j
new  strike   Ea  ou   exhibition    in     the
window  of  (ha    company's office    in j
th_     Karre.1  block,     ft  Is a     solid
ebunk ot    gsieun an \     w ■■■    207
pounds
There has been a big demand for
shares m the Society Girl i 'umpany
during the last few days, and manj
local partieH famlliai wltl the prop
erty have taken advantage bj .:. es
tinir their capital.
Krone will ■»,_ foi m os tbe Inside
of a show window if the an from an
electric fan be turned upon tbe glass,
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
Distrtct   of   Baat Kootenay
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Is now  open.     We   ||pi £ CorTlSOil   |
are prepared for same,
f I    with a fine line of
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Found!
Band Hastor City Bund.
Teacher of String und Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.
EIFLE8;
GUNS
and
AMMUNITION
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CRANUROOK, it. C.
GEO   D.   INGRAM
1   • L. R. C. M..   L. R. A. M.
[Orguiit and Choir Master, KNOX CHURCH)
Teacher of Oram, Pianoforte
Theory  :ind    v'oice   Culture.
Pupils prepni. d f. r Loiiiion, Enu.,   mill Tniouto
Conaervatorj Bnamiiiatlons.   Tarnis Mcdorate
PriONE HO. 338
I* CRANBROOK       -       •       B. C.
On Baker stieet, one doofwest
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan  Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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i,i-   third   Tbni^diu
1 every month.
\'isiiin.-j brethren
vil'OniL'ii.
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Despair and D
s'o one bul ti woman can icll thc »l
r v      ieipalr, nnd the dospondenoy endun
f^S*fF.L4 \ s dnily burden of ill-b_nl(b nnd pain b
/ n \\ fy \ derangement* of lliu delloate nnd i.i,
1^*-^    \yj__--d    distinctly feminine.    Tlie tortures mi
pletely upset lhe nervei. if long COtltii
Dr. Pierce's   Favorite   Pretoriptioi
wcuknesN mid di-ease of the (ctntnli
IT MAKES WEAK VVO.p
SICK WOMEN
It iillnvN Inflammation, heals utei
It tones nnd binbl*. up the ncru
anil motherhood. Honosl med
iiiiM- nothing tu ui'ijc upon vi
It   in non*ieoreti non*aleobolio mid  \uw  »  record ol
A.r YOOH NbiOMBORS, They probably know of si,111 •
if yuu want 11 tiuuk thai tells all ahuut woman'9 di
tliciu at In mu'. .end Sl one-cent Mumps lo Or. Pierce
only, mid lie will send yuu :i fret OOpJ of his j|rcui t!
Common Seme Mediual Adviser revised, »p-t" da'c 1
tn handsome oloth'blnding, 50 stamp..   Addroki Or. R.\
ndency
■ulienii;',, lhe
- who carry
disorder! and
'.:,;mis lhai itre
1 endured oom«
-.live   cure   for
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Thursday ol cui-li innnth nt 8 p in     ] J
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I PHONE
I "THE QUAUTY^g
BliPBaa«__«_--S
W. F. ATTHIDGM,  W. M.
B. W, CONNOLLY, Secretary
ANCIEN1    ;!nrR;.:F(i?;ES1£RS!J
OOUH'I  ORANBROOK, 894il
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffee
lu"; pain.
wifehood
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A   MoOownn, Chlel   tl. iibui
Cl.   \   Abbott, Si'Cietari.
VtBltlns llrothren m.ide wnl.-niiin
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Our whole tune is devoted to your w;r ts in the
Grucen Iin. therefore we ahsolniel) guanil t. i v-rj'
a. i. ..■ ihui lenves oui store,
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We will ih. nil uur customers to hcIviVi us il ..i an)  i,
time goodn are received that are not No. i quality, -
imoncement, con«
8, he iln*    Hiinie
NOTICK.
less, t" polnl ul i
imu.in' v:.   n   h< 	
moro or less,
1-8 Hilw.nl I'.iii ihiii.     Notlco in hereby kivou that CO ilnys
Stownrt M ..'m. .itont.  lifter dato,  I Intond to apply t.. thc
Dec.  IC,  1910, llun. Chief Commissioner ul     Lands
 fur Limine to prospect lor coal and
petroleum   over lho following  laii.in,
: Cranbrook
Livery
Wo ash you to cnll nml try
our new Consignment ol now
nnd Up to dnte ri||H for
Winter   nnd   Summei'     -luul
received Topplr and   Reliable
Horses   at   your   disposal
Give    them    a    trial lUQit  be
convinced.
I'lnuio 47        Ornnhror.lt, lie.
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|If It's Faint and Painting
Wc itvc here with the Goods
NOTICE
situate
the llistl'lct uf  rlolllll   Kimt
Kootonay,  British Oolumbla,  In  Lot   J
IPPIJCATION   TOR   A   TRANSFUR 4593,                                                       , J
Take notice that Edward Paterson,    '"'   nBTAtl.   LIQUOR   LICENCE. 1   Commencing at a   post planted at   X
ol Cranbrook, B   □., occupation mer   1                                or nenr throe mllos duo enst of   the   •
chant,  mton'la to apply lor   permis   |   TAKE NOTICE thai at     tho neji, 31 Mile Post on     tho   c.p.li. survey I ♦
slon t.o   purchase   the   following de    sittings ..1   tho  Board <.f     Licensing lino,    whioh  is Hie western hoiindnry i J
scnlieil  lnnil   Commencing at n poal   Commfsslonors nl  tho Olty  ol Crnn of Lot 1698 anil holng tho suuth cant I *
Planted 16.11 chains duo weal of the  brook  to 1..  holdon of tho 8th   tiny cornor   post   of   Ulysses    ID. Four's   f
south-west corner ..I Lol 1714, Oroup '.-i March,  mil,  I, ci.ui   Andoon,   of claim, thonco north so chains, thonce   T
I, on the enm edge ol the   rigbl    ol   the City ol Crnnbrooit Intond in np wost   80   chains,     thonco   south   nn*
way   of the   Bpokane    International   ply lor tho     Iransfor ol     lho   rotall chains,    llienee    ivml    811    ehuins ti
Railway; thenre enot   16.11  rim 1    ilqiioi   license  held  In   pocl   to tho point   "l oommoiioomont,  nuilili
the   south-west    cornei   ■■! said Lot  CJueens Hotol sltuatt   Lots 10, ?.n ncros,  moro or Iosb.                             ,,
«744,   Oroup    li    thonce north along   and 21, In Block *s, to Llun And , ,,„,„,,.,,  (hi„   lm (|        .  - t b„    ♦ DoMSt   „ llMOin,   Proprietors t
the   wesl     hnundnr,    ,,f  .«, !     10,.  ..   „(  II,.  HI,  „l      Crnnl.r 1.   Mnn  ,,„                                                               'f            ,   f   „             M,                 j
distanre of 10 elmiim to ho id edge ..I   wmnnii \ *                                                         *
right, uf   wny; llienee   nouth-wnstorly   In I at Cranhrook, B. C, this ITtb Ulyssos E, Folir,   Locator,      ,*******************
along said enst e.L'e ol r.r'it ol way,   day <4 December, A. li.  1910. Bathen W. Bullo,  Agent.        —~" ~" J    X ''
a dlatsnra of 48.12 chnins more    or   S2-4                       flint Andean. William K. Butts, Vikioss.           60-3 I   Adyerlloe In the Prootieclor,            1   ****************************************
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Saddle, lldi-sos. Gonil
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I have installed a new
Steam Plant and Grinder
for sharpening skates.
What is a
visible typewriter?
Writing in sight is part of it. Keyboard in sight is the
other part. It is as important that you see what you do
as to see what you have done. The key-for-every-character
keyboard of the easy action, light running MODEL 10
Sheigrit I.i
ic Kavboard
ingcible Platen.
iiy truly
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,     ■     ■     CRANBROOK
)F illil OLD IMPERIAL BANK BOILDKNU
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MASONRY
Steam Boiler,   Furnace,
and Septic Tank work
a specialty
Cost and stock estimates
furnish 'd on application.
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NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
i for License to prospect for coal and
: petroleum over the following lands,
■ situate in tbe Diatrict of South East
Kootsnay, British Columbia, In Lot
459 S.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due eaat of tbe
31 Mile Post on the C.P.R. survey
lino, which is the western boundary
of l.ot 4593, and being ths northeast corner post of Walter J. Abbs'
claim, tlience south 811 cbuins, thenca
| west eivnty   chains, theuce nortli 8U
writing
Write for itifotmatinn to
The Smith Premier "I ypewriter Company, Inc.
Syracuse, N. Y,    Branches sve
machine.
C&_)
' chain.-;
'poi  I
acri1.
Loci
1910.
I   -     . al ulalor Rack
•' 11' ,   ■-■   S ll ll. ii   '   Llllllll;   Device
I   ■ ■   I-  ■ ■   I "I ye. Bur,
1' i Lino Lock
Visible Writing
Complete   Control  from
Ki yboard
A Key for Every Character
Hi.
Un
Ribbi
Vouch
eaai eigbty chn ns to
cencemut, making 64P
r leas.
. tilth day of October,
icanng  lype Bur
:   I indct .mil Paragrapher
ol rabulator
1 Erating Facililie,
i.n',. able Carriage,
and   Left   Carnage Iteleate
log Marginal Rack
l.-l Ribbon
Driven Carrioires
n Controlled Irrim Keyboard
ic uini Universal Line Su.ce.
'. D.isl Guard
Space 1 ever
■■ Retarda
........v.d Marginal Stop,
I. .. apement, ..:.".!... n [Iter Deviled
rhesc ar.i features which
make tlie Smith Premier the
y(  'lip  man who
nvesl         jiarative
idvanl
B.ik
Knal
thi
source.     tin'....   ..ree.t,
ef Little Lull rtter,
The poiut of diversion.
fourth of a tulle east of the boundary
0< Lot 805, on Lot 4590.
VI.a quantity of water applied for.
Two euhle feet.
The character ol tha proposed
works.    Flumes, pipes aad ditches.
The premises oa which ths water Is
to he used. Lot 806, the property of
the applicant.
The purpoae for which ths water is
to be uud.    Irrigation.
If for Irrigation, describe ths land
intended to bs Irrigated, giving
acreage. Low bench land, about 110
acres.
Arm nt Crown    Lands to bs occu-
plr, : by Um proposod works.     Noun,
Ills notice wen poaU.l on the ith
iin,   nl i   ■ in vnr,  1810, and  r.nVr.e-
tl. :.-'.   to     tla  (i-)t.nn.a-
::. ■ I i . f January, till,
i-.n.ii and addressee   ol
'.and*.     Bituate ln Block 4593
Kootenay:—
Commencing at a post pla.it.i.l on
the    South    Kootenay    IYhi     trail
about a    mile east of    the forks ot
50-1 Klshenehna     and     Akamina    creek,
_— aouth of aad adjoining Joseph Saul-
 1      ter'a location,  and  marked  Prances
11   or I — N. Turner'a north cast corner post;
tributary I   Notice Is hereby given that (0 days thence south »"   chains, mooco »rel
| after date, I Intend to apply to the 80 chains,    rhence     nurrl, 80 chnins
About one Hon. Chief Commissioner of    Lands thence east 80 chains to the place of
for License to prospect for coal and   eglnning.
petroleum   over ths following lands,     FRANCIS  N.  TURN13R,  I.kmIoi,
sltuats ln the Dlstrlot of South East,
Walter J. Abbs, Locator
Blathon W. Butts, Agent.
William H. Butta, Witness.
NOTIOB.
orth   HO     chains,    thence    eaat 80
halus to the place of beginning,
MARY A. THOMAS, Locator.
Joseph Saulter, Agent.
Locntod this Vita day ol November,
1910. 48-52
PORT  STKE1.E   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
Kootsnay, British Columbia, in Lot |
4191.
Commencing at a poat planted at
or near three miles due east of the
14 Mile Poat on tbe C.P.R. survey
line, which Is tbe western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the northwest corner post of P. Charles Bassett's claim, thence south slghty
ehains, thence east eighty chains,
thence    north   eighty chaina,
A Court of Revision nnd Appeal,
under the "Assessment Act, 1908"
for the Port Steele Assessment District, will be held on Wednesday,
the 25th day of January, 1911, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, nt the
Court House at Fernie, and on Friday, tho 27th day of January, 1911,
       ut 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
: Court House at Cranbrook.
NOTIOB Is hereby given that thirty Bllten at Cl.anDrook, thla 24th   day
Joseph Saulter, Agent,
Located thia 12th day of November,
1910. 48-52
NOTICE.
days after   the first   publication   of
this notice,   I    Inteud   to apply    to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
theuce Works, and   to the   Assistant Com-
mi
Ilk
...     n    roprletora or licenses
to n       by the propossd
or nil .w the out-
1 , u Paciflo llailvrny Oo
west eighty chains to point of cum- missloner of   Lands and    Works fur
menceinsnt,  maklag 840 acres,  more the district uf blast Kootenay, for a
or less. license to proapect fur coal and pe-
I.ucated thla IJItu (ar « Ostobsr, troleum on the     following desc.ihed
IMU. lands,     situate In Ulock 4593    Enst
P. Charles Basset*, Locator Kootenay:
Bathen W. Butta, Agsnt
William B. Butts, Witness. 5u-s
NOTIOB.
^^^ NOTIOB la hereby given that thirty
iiilunay district 'days after   the llrst   publication
LDVBTT.
Commencing at     a    pust   plnntod
'near the South Kootenay l'ass trail
on Akamina creek, about  two miles
ast ol tlie lurks nl Kislienebnn and
Akamlna creek, being    onst uf   and
illuming Boatriee M. Thomas' luca
if December, 1910.
J.   P.   ARMSTRONG.
Court of Revision and Appeal.
i. ..  ,    :.  O.
Ml
:.
> tleo (   li
nil- • , ■
.1.. .      .
tin '.
) 4       I
Unit. Ii0 daye
I .iply io tha
ut    Landa
i     (or coal and
i.. lowing- lands,
...-:.. uf South Bast
ii.  Columbia, la Lot
  of tlon, and being a relocation of    tbe j
this notice, I Intend to apply to *■ B. B. C. Laud and Oil Company's
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and license No. 1144, and marked .1 ami's
Works, and to tfia Assistant Com- -Ill's north west corner pust, thence
mlssloner of Lands and Works for east 80 cbains, thence south 80 chains
the district of Bast Kootsnay, for a thenct west 80 chains, thence north
licensa to prospect for coal and ps- -10 chains to tbe place ol beginning.
rolsum on tbe     following described JAMES OILL, Locator
lands,     sltuats In Block 4181    Baat Joseph Saulter, Agent.
Kootsnay:— Located this 12tb day of November,
Commencing at a poat planted on   1110.                                           48-52
the   South   Kootenay    Pass    trail j	
NOTICE.
NOTIOB la hereby given    that   80
days alter date I intend to apply to
lie Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lands for a license     to prospect   for
onl and petroleum    over the following lands, situate in    the district   ol
Boutheast  Kootenay,   British  Columbia, In Lot 4593:
Oommenolng at a   post planted  at.
r near eleven miles due east of the
I mjle post on 0. P. It. syrvey lino,
593, nnd lining the northoast corner
ust ol   Euthen    W.     Butts'   claim,
benco    Bouth   eighty   (80)     chains
hence west eighty (50) chains, tbence |Cerilfle»to
orlb eighty (80)  chains, thenco oast:
Ighty (8'i) chaius   to tbe    point   of
ommenci'ment,     mnking 640     acros,
nore or less.
EATHEN IV.   BUTTS, Locator,
William E. Butts, Agent.
Ralph L. Burllngham, Witness.    37
.ucated this llth day ol June, 1910.
'lilt.
in tlio
1!
ifirnn of Nils Ilnn.im
which
; Cert
i lira it*
Is
dftloil   Llth  October,
,: luoa
und
numlieroil
1880 A.
BAMUJQL noi_,
District Hitglutrir.
J-ml  Kotfti
itry
Office
Nelson,
It.
O,
: Octo
1
b«r Sl
ut.
1-10.
44-48
1
NOTIOB.
LIQUOR    ACT   1910.
NOTICE, is herehy (,'ivon than on
the 27th tlay of Decemhor next application will ho mude to tho (Superintendent of Provincial Pol ico foi
tlio truusfer of the license foe tim
aale of liguor hy retail in and upon
tlie premiscH known aa the YaU't
Hotel Rituato nt Yank, British Oo-
lunihia, from John Gibbon to Bonja-
mfn Riley of Moyie, British Colum-
hia.
John Gibbon,
Holder of Licence.
Benjamin  Josoph  Riley,
Applicant for tratiHfnr.
Bated thia l.th day of Nov. 1.1Q..8-.
I, ft. AKroi'ldvund;., Nurae. of 9e*t-
tla Wrtiihintruui. Intend io apply tu the
A.-uiftUiit Commissioner of Lauds nnd
Works "f Cast Koohmay Diatrict, far
parmlwiloi] tu purchase th» f-iiimrlng
amis; nojrinnfng nt a post nl nut tni nt
tin* 3, Wi corner of Lot 7fi(ii.) and mark-
ii it. A. FroIdeV0tt.ua:'■ H-Pl, corner:,
I lifncn HO oiiiiins north, thonce 14.90
i Iiains west, thence ho chaina south,
: liunco 14.90 ohalns *it~t to point of
, ommo.ioeui.nt,    unit     containing   118.6
NOTICB,
IN TUP.  MATTEIl   OK  AN   APHI.ICA- '
TtON  for ths Issue of a duplicate  Cer-
tlflcate  Title  to  Lot   45   Work  ya   (rau
brook Olty -lap   BOO.
NOTICE  rS  KERODY  0IVDN  thai   It,
in mt   Intention  tu  Issue at  tho eviration of 'mo  iii aflor Oi" lirst. publication  hereof a dupllcato of  the  Cortlfl
coin of Tlilo   to  the     above inuntioi
R,   A,   Froldeveaux,  Locator,
r.   N.  Uuiii,   Agent,
itrt SU>  day  of October,  1910 44-fiS
ocky Mountain Chapter |
no. 126, il a. m.
|
Hi
dny
irnlitf iiii'Htinira:—2nd Tuee
in   .'it.-h   mouth   nt oi^ht
•It.
..nliiilly Itivl
II.     H
lln.x 8112
CotnpnnloDi   ere
led
. SHORT, Serlbs - i
       ItANBItlHIK, ll. f:.    t
%.u,uu,,i..,.,i,,,,,,,,,.ll,,,l,,,,,m,,m*y
K-.i . :i-.y, I
an.
Gnuimencing »t a vast planted st
er near three miles due sast of ths
14 litis Post on ths C.P.R. survey
lias, which Is ths western boundary
af Lot 4111, aad being the south
wsat eornsr post of Isaae W, An-
dsrson's elalm, thence north 10
ehains, thence sast 10 ohalns, thenee
south 10 chaias, thence wsst 10
shalns to ths point ol commencement, making M0 aerss, more or
leant
I.ncatwl tain UUi dev of October,
HID,
Jiune W. Ariclureun,  Locator
Knllion W   Butts, -itent,.
Wllllsm B, Butts, Wltnese. B0-J
Ada.ert.lKc in the i'refl^er.ter.
about a mils sast ot ths forks ot
Klshsnehna and Akamina creek,
marked Joaeph Haulter's South East
corner post: thence wsst 80 chains;
thence nortb 80 chains; thence east
80 chaina; thence south 10 cbal.is to
placs of beginning.
J08BPH SAIJI.TBR, Locator,
loeated this Uth day of November,
1910. 48-S2
NOTICE.
i NOTIOB is horeby given tlmt thirty
days after the lirst publication nf
this notice, I Intend to apply to
the Ohlef Oommlssionor of Lands nml
Worka, and to tho Assistant Commissioner of l.f.n.lti nnd Woi'ltn for
the district of Bast Kootenny, for n
licenee to prospect for conl nml petroleum on the following described
lands, situate in lllock 4DM Hast
^—,^^^^^^^mm^mmmmmm^ Kootenay:—
NOTIOE ls hereby giysn that thirty | Commencing at. n post planted on
days after the first publication of the South Kootenny Pass wagon
thin notice, I Intend to spply to osd, on Akamlun crook, about, lour
the Cliief Commissioner of LAnds end tulles east of tho forku of Klslioneh-
Works, nnd   to the   Assistant Com- | a and Akamlna creek, heing onnt. nl
NOTICB.
mlssloner of Lands and Works for
thc dlst.rlM of Rati; Kootenay, for a
license to prospeot for conl and pe-
Itiolouui on the     kiiUv."!..b ilueciihed
nd adjoining .Inines CHI's location,
nd marksd Mary A. Thomas' north
est corner post, thence eouth 80
helm, thoace west 10 chains, thence
SOLD BY THE
FINK   MERCANTILE CO.
CRANBROOK The
Monarch
Malleable
9 y ^ ■%«#
Plumb-tig  and   Heatim:;  Engineers
"THB RANGE STORE"
Iron K^ngC us a class in thbmsbl_ves—-first-class
Mc^lary's
Pamous
tSask-Alta
and Koote-
nayRanges
->:    •     . la..
II \\"I-   Vt'U    11 \l> A DRAW  A 1
BROWNS   DRAWING?
If not, you had better get busy antl
have oue.
NEW   YEARS'   PRESENTS
for the smoker at the
UNION CIGAR STORE
E.  H   Brown, Proprietor
Oalgary;    Ri   inn   Mott,    ol     Wheal I    \   Howard, ..I Montreal, wns at k. ;j   staples, of Wycllffe. was rej-
Centri    tl     la; John Mott, ol Wheal the t'rnnbrook Wortnesrtny Isterod at tbe Cranbrook Thursday.
Osntri           rte   and the British i1.. F.  II. Smith, of Kelson  was in    the
lumbla Soul    rn  Railway,                       ■:.  |i   Hunt, ol  Vat vet   waa   in city Thursday,
t'll \s, s. SODERUNli town   Fi      ■                                                                    	
Spokane,  WnBh - N. Hauson, of Wasa,     was lu   tho
R«« t)   a n    |i   Kail   ol   Monti
the cltj   I li irsdny.
Your Husband Would Enjoy
a Delicious
Beefsteak
for Dinner
TJ E has  had h   hard ilaj?
* A     mt    , s tired body aad
fagge i    brain    will   be
:1 ■ i r< tl bv l   bs srhl and taste
NOTlUlfl
\        ■■ ebj  ftvon  thai   ■    iUj i     11    [njcorsol,, ol Ohloago,     waa   n
■  ipi I) la     ■ r ■    | ,„.,,  fti  iiu, Oranbrooh  Priday
l 1 I   .1     .:.. ,1
tor . doJ   on i   i"'i i >■■
i  . .   ■ following ImuIh   ..imtte     \v.  0.   BirttaaU,  ol  Vancouvor,  wiih
ni   i s    iii iln- pity  Friday on business.
[UrUUh L'u uut to    .n  i ol   ' 	
i ni   u  uont   plaul ii   .it   .'f
.    ,.,   ,..„.;.,.   |   ,„-i      Frank   DlckitiBon,     wns    in      ["nun
,ui thu U.i   n survoy lino which ia Lho  Jaflray  Thursday.
,     :ii   ,60H be  —
lug   the    ■ .   ■ poal U«rj
CM        . - tho   io    tturi     -.    ■•        v    l fll'»B>'<   '"   Kaulo<   ff»B  fl   *U08t
(80) chain,     thenee   want    eight;        at  tha Oraabrook Thuraday.
i;   thai    ■   Huutli   aigbt/)    [80 .    ■ 	
-t eighty itsoj thain-
polut .'I couiuioiicotueut, ua
acrea,   moi a  or  lasa
_1AU\   l ■   ftlLSON,   Lqci
BJathen  to    Butta,
ffiliie-a  Lv  Butts.  .Vltueaa,
lat DftS  nl  Septan bei lUlu   cold spoil,   • ruiinrooK  curlers    aro nl
of a nice   :ul
be
tfsteak,
dona *.o a tur
: all
1 se
r\ ."1 up
with   si
ttosi
fresh
onions.     We
kit.
IW
he   cut
which  will st
it  1
illl
ixactly,
shall we send
it '•
Harry Mather of    Koit Steele wns
town Tlmrsilny,
With  the     advent of   tho    present
A'l
HOCKEY
THK    ARENA    RINK,
L
The ico  is     in splendid condition,
P.   BURNS   *Sc  CO.
Phone 10 P. 0. Boi 3
,.,.5<»..^;yi.„.ji.,,... QQQQQQQQQQQQ .; . • ...... •
The Quain Electric Supply Co.,
LIMITED.
CRANBROOK,      -       BRITISH   COLUMBIA
and a guod time ia assured by preB-
;ent weather conditions.
The   hockey    same at   the    Arena _    _...-        _ _..
rink on Friday ni^lit resulted lu a A. Anderson, of Toronto, and J.
victory for Pornie, ny a score ol I II. Caverhill, of Vancouver, wero reg-
to I.     On   nccount of     the intense istered at the Cranbook Thursday.
cold, the     thermometer standing at 	
in below zero, the players suffered w Beerj| anli j Gibbons, of Moyie
severely, some ol them having their were gaests nt tile cosmopolitan on
Itlngers, toes and cars fruzen.   A good   vviMncsiliiy.
'crowd witnessed the game which was 	
the fastest     hockey ever     play
Oranbrook.
I   The first half ended     in favo
j Fernie, score t —0.
Oranbrook came up strong in   the
second half,  Kelley tieing thc score
BORN.—at     Cranbrook,     Wcdnes-
,   .ln>,  January llth,  to Mr. and Mrs.
E. Taylor, of Moyie, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Smith went to
. ity Thursday.     Ho lelt    ou Friday |
morning tor Furl. Steele     to attend I
tlie funeral    lor     Mrs.  Ohas. Clark,
wliicli  took  plan' during     the afternoon.
Tho Mother's meetiig will he hold
nt the residence ol Mrs. J. F. Smith,
Mater nui, at 8 p. in., on Thursday
'vening, Jnmiarj ll). Dr. Connolly
Is to give nn address on "The care
il the body from the cradle to the
rravo."
As Bhowlag the interest heing
i ken in poultry raising iu Cranbrook district, stimulated by the
Fall Fair, last year, Messrs. T.
Christian and ll. H. Short Imve ench
sent for a trio ol pure bred chickens.
Mr. christian for Plymouth Rocks,
and Mr. Short for Hull Rocks. The
birds arrived on Tuesday's train,
nml  are  splendid  birds.
THI
Cranbrook Orchestr
F HV E     PIECES
ii prepared! t** Ltcct.pl attgayomaiii
to furnish music for
BALLS, DANCES, ETC.
r:   Address Communications i*
K.  UALHA1.1,
Phone 187 I'. 0, Hoi Hi
Oranbrook,      •     •     B, I
W.  R.   BEATTY
Undertaker,
Embalm..-!-,
Funeral Direotor,
CRANBKOOK, B.C.
iln    Wednesday     alternoon,    Chief
Wand, ... the fire brigade, and James ' ********************
Finlny, had an exciting few minutes
in the Manitoba Hotel regarding a
statement made by Mr. Finlny at the
meet.ut belli iu the Opera Honuo on
Mondny night, when Mr. Finlny said:
"Take that comic valentine oil the
hose wagon, and save $US per
month." chief Wand says: "That
Mr. Finlay denied making any such ' |
statement.
W.   CLINE
■—CHOI llio olu  Minimum iUrl.itr
Sli op ami now liu found in Uie
MANITOBA HOTEL
First Class Work  iu
al!   branohes  of the
the
WATER    NOTICE. _
— « Tonsorial   Art
Ml I ice |a horeby givon     i|mt an „,,. I *
plication  wlll i,o ,„„,io „„d„r pMt  v. „r *********************
Wator     Apt,  1909,"  to     obtain a ,	
nbrook Wntor Dlalrlet.
tii
llconso
Needle tu a Locomoti
ELECTRIC   FIXTURES
AND    SUPPLIES
NEW YEARS' GIFTS  FOR HOME.
_'  in one minute     from take oil.     The Fort  Steele Friday  to    attend     —,           t
I score was tied three times, hut Per- funeral of the late Mrs. Ohas. Clark. I „, llu. appiioant.   B. a aJdrSprnv"    "e Uea' ln Everything P roi
*'jnic     got    the winning     goal     just or Company, Limited, Head  offlce,  Van
Alone minute before time was called. v'ic. and  William  Rollins    returned  couvor,   n   l'.    Capital  810,000 dlvldoc
<| j   Goals scored  by Cranbrook   Kolley Wednesday from  a business trip    to   "'','"'" ,""° sl'al'«a'                                                             —n—
ill, l'yc 1, McWha 1, total 3. the coast.                                                  „„Tho "l,;"cta "'    tha coiii|,eny   Include:     IflCPnh   H    Mrl   »_«ll
|| duals scored by Fernie,     Boyce 1,   Jr „Swis. o" Ssts^a"!! ',"'r   "■"U''''' *C'JI!   ll* iYlt•l-e«,
| DuBoifl 1, Thrasher 2.    Total v w   M   pwM|   Q,   M,MouUi Mmlti  "S „l' V7.777' L'tl'S
VI   HVferce,     0.  Llndsey. jwof rBgj9tsr«d    at     the   Cranbrook  tt"d ""•' application ol such water   „,„i
X     Judge of play,   F. Armstrong. Monday.                                                  ""'*"   """'cr '"■' producing  inn ««i.or,,-
f-     Fernie     has a last team,     and in j   ting electricity ami tor tbo purpose ami
X order to win     next week in Fernie,
i> Crnnbrook  boys must     get in some
A.  I).  Macdonald
in tba
..f Kinnoudale, sail""
it
good hard   practice as     team
I is badly needed.
TOASTERS.    CHAFING   DISHES,    WATER
HEATERS,   COFFEE   PERCOLATEES,
IRON'S,    WASHERS,    HEATERS
AND   SWEEPERS.
Be sure and see our assortment   of
ELECTRICAL GOODS
I CURLING
<§> i 	
<*      Preparations  are  being  completea
% for thc bonspiel     which  takes plai;i:      j]--   T     -
vni'k   waB ft i-ue8t ^ tli« Cran brook  Mon-
:    Fred.   J.  Smyth, of    Moyie, editor
of the  Moyie Leader     spent several
tho uo
on   r
nner nnd methods sot li>rth In
fi ol tlio Wator Acl, 1909 and
lo exorcise and curry out all
■; and privllogM oon/orrod up-
Coinpaiiies by said     Watsr
ve
DEALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Ooo^
Furniture a SPECIALTY
anie of ilia      lake,  _tro_u_i  or
BUYER OF FURS
Sage's Old  Stand, Hanson A\
days in tlie city this week. L '!' Tl* W|n' "'     divel'»u,,u »700 '»'
abinit, atiove [Just <»n wost bank markud
Sf i;. jj; K.V. L. Co., tlie uatiirnl
level , f . .itor belny ralsod Irom thora to
point  ." i foot u» atroam.
(d)   Ui..   futility   of   wutor   applied for
(In   c:i:.iv   foot  por aecoiid)   500  outilc foot
W.  K.  Evnns,  M.      Morris,  end  W. !   l">   '''"'    ''''"'nrtor    of      tlio  proposed
Sunders,  ol Medicine Hat,  were reg- \1^' **'"*• ,""'""' ""m,M\ '"■"'"' T""
' , , '     ,!        B   ,er  houaoa,  hydraulic  and electrical plant.
Istered at the Cranbrook  Friday. -lie « iter to ho used lor tho purpose
„____.   ' ol  the   Cnuipany'a  undortnking.
The following     are the officers   of I   The infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. H. I. (gJ    '"'" l'"^""x '"r «-'«•> <!'« wator
E.  Stevens dic.l on Wednesday night " '°  !'°   "S°"' B0""™11""  "'   -">trlM_
T. McVlttle, and Miss
a on Monday next, when lollowcrs ol Qaibratth, of Port Steele, wore
<•:   the "Koaring     Game"  from Nelson,   (jranbrook   visitors  Wednesday.
''] Trail, Hossland, Pernio and Vaneoit- 	
d, ver will he here.
OFFICIOUS    ELIiCTED.
Everything for
The    Smoker!
Wa have tho boat line of Smoker's
Articles iu Southeasl   Koot«iiiiy..,
Choice Cigars and Tobaccos
Clgar-Holclei-w and Pipes.
North    Star Lodge, A.   F. &
*, I lor the current year;—
I    M. W.    .It. T. llichardson.
P.  M.     A. B. Fenwiek.
S.  W.     11. S.  Mather.
J. W.     J. O. TncnhnuBer.
Trcas.     H. L. T. Galbraith.
Sec.     Hugh Watt.   .
S. D.     J. P, Larsen.
.1. D. Richard Joyce,
s. s.    Peter Lund.
J. S.     G. H. Scott.
I. 0,     Thomas .fames.
\.   M.,
LESTER    CLAPP
The Tobacconist
of spinal     meningitis.     The funeral ;
will take plnce at 2 p, ni., Sunday.
.snorgy.
wator is to  bo uioJ lor pow-
lor  or    mining1       purposos,    ilo.icrlbo tho
plnci-   whi-ro tlio  wutor  Ir to   lo rotunmil
,,   ,      .     .. , ,. ,      tu mm.' natural   chunuol, and the diiior-
Owing to lhe freezing af tho water  8nc0 Ul tliLitudo botwoon point ol Ulvor-
jmoter,  the    Prospector was delayed _tou ami point or    return.     Water wlll
on Friday,    and our     news columns ,ho   roturnod ubout 1700 foot abovo tbo
shortened. iio,ltl1 (,"L''  corner ol Lol  227. (Jroup l,
_.  dlffororui'  hi    altitudo botweon point   of
■      T   _    . „ „,     .liivurs. ,   and   return  lrtn   (eat,  natural.
I Mr. J. V. Armstrong, Mr. Wallln- aoo (..,., ,-,„„ cros, ot 0ftl„ to tail race.
ger, and liirs. Lowery, were nl Port | (j) A a of down land intonded to bo
Steele Friday attending the funeral occupied by tho proposod works, None,
of Mra. Ohas, Clark. I   (k) 'm» nu,i,'°     WtlH postml    on  tho
__, L, |21hi day of Ocl ii'. tOtO, and appltc*
tlon  will  bo made to tha Couunlsslonor
Miss H, Mather, Miss Pearl Mather lot. the wu. d„ „t Ueeember, 1B10,        AIj80 SB00ND   HANU MA0HW1|
and Mr.  _.  t,     Itrstney,   of     Fort;   I1' Olvo tile uamoe, ami    a'tdrosHua nf ^
\t   n meeting ol     tlie    Oranbrook Steele     were     Crauhrook     visitors ""v  '''l'""'"'    liroprletora nr     lleonseea
llonrd  o. Trailr     held   on    Tuesday  Thursday. \*J^« ff",i"%_Sl'!SS.. either
evening, n committee wns appointed _  .._    'atiove nr below  the nniloi.
Vulloy     l.nnd   ('..ii
r
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
Board of Trade Meeting
Ihey last a lifetime and co:
very little more than throw
ogether, catchpenny, che«
macliines. Sold un sun
monthly payments Ijy
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Avenue.
Phone 1ST. Oranbrook,
COR SA1..K   CHliAP AND TO
HUNT
to take BtcpB in lite ...utter ol petl-
tlonlng thc Provincial Government,
li r n land registry ollice to be located at Oranbrook,
K.i,.t..lii,y
Nelson, It. 0
"fiN'Cinlr     T^t-riQll      '•   "   Wntaon, Fort Steele,  It. t\; (loo-
X I cl.LJ.__.     XJ\j£a(XX.X.     rge Hoggartli, Crenlirook,     n. 0,|  Wll-
GENERALBLA(  KSMIIII  a „n  aud  Hsrrlel   Nelson.
ItO-llllHl
TIE Fill
WATER NOTICB.
*&-W <H^i-i-tH'i'r' *********
LOCAL   NEWS.
ClD'J,    61U5.    43IU,    C20II,    1905,    4332, I ''
Milt,    C103,    319,    7065,    7219,     7229, '■ %
NOTICE ie hereby given    that   an   Croup   I    Kootenny  district. ' 4
application will be made under Part [   (K) The  purpose    for     which    tho ! x
V. ol the "Watei Act, 130'J,"   to ob  .water is to be used.   Irrigation, j&
tain a licence in the Cranbrook Wat- |   (b) ll lor irrigation   describe    the \*
er District. land intended to lie Irrigated, (tviug   ^,i.(|)lj)<8..<iK?)«^'s>s.i..Mj>.*.'•/**■
(al The name, flddrese and occupa-  acreage,     about    x.onti acres,    being
tlon of the applicant; Ohas. F. Bod   snld Lots 6408, 0359, 0357, 0.15S, 0402, '   H. B).  Rltchlo, ol Calgary was   In
•rling, 425    Realty  Bldg,     Bpokane,   0407, 0190, 1906, 5199 11195, (319, 0200,  tho city Monday,
Waehington.   (Real   Estate  Agent.)      1966, .1332, 0194, 0193, 1119, 7055, 7219, j 	
(bj The name ol tbe   laks, Btroam  and 722n. I   •'■  A. Tumor,     ol Vancouver, was
or source.     Elk river. (J) Arcs <•< Crown bind Intended lo'1" clt)r Monday.
(c) The   point of    dlvorslon.    On  l'» occupied  by the proposod \.i.rks. ' 	
slough about   1,000 leet     up-itream None, |   B" W. Nloshofl, of Chicago, was In
from the Cnnndlen  Pacific depot, nt     Ik. This 1 to wns postod ou tho .'"*" M,,,,,l»»-
old c. p. R. pumping station,   day ol Docoinbor,     1010,   nnd
(ill The quantity of urator nppllod application will he mode In tho Cornier (In cubic feet per second) Ono tnlsslonor on the 20th duy of ,lnnu-
kundrsd twenty Ove. sry.Ull, at two o'clock in •he alter '   ,,   Lund   ()f w,,,,,,,,,,.     was r0(,,B.
I.) The  character   ol   ths   proposed   noon. „,,.„,,  .,   ,,,„ ,.,,„„„,„,„   w,„|„„„,„,y.
works.      Irrigation,   pumping   plnnt,      fli '.ivn   tin*   iiniuns  nml   alnreasos
llilmea nnd dltrhra to he constructed   ol any  riparian     proprlotors    ■ r ll-      ,\    ||   MonwtCk   nf l-'.iil   Btoelo  wss
over Lots 7340, 7316, 7II0H nnd 4r.9n.    censees    who   or     whoso   lands nre  ,„   j.own  wodnostlay.
(f) The  premisne  on  winch  the  wn-   likely  to  lie MTorted  by  the  proposed
W'OODU'ukKKU
Rl.bl.ur  Tiros   Applied
To Buggy Wheels
iOBNTS FOR CANADIAN OYOLB
AND MOTOR OO'S BICYOLBS
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone  611      •   •   •      p, o.  B0i 213
11.  0.  Hy.ii'Miiiic    Power Company,
Limited,
Wlli.'li   llil.liliiiK
Vancouver, 11. 0.
P, 0, Ad.ir-.sa. Oranbrook, tt. (.'.
Por W. V.    mini), Ua Solicitor,    - g-, .
Nnto—Ono    cubic   loot    pnr   soeond     la    ICC   V_.rG3.ni   3.11(1
ni|.iiv(iiuiit i.i 85,71   miner's Inclioe.
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
NOTICB.
Home Made Cand'
;    HI,  10. Jonefl, ol ICImborlcyi wn« in
1 the city Wcdiii'Hilny.
NOTIOB) lu hereby given that 80 iluya
(ifu?r iln 1,0 I  Intend to upply to the Hon,
[Chief Ciimiiilfmiuiior of     Lands     for    «
jlirniisn lo prodpoct fur conl nml potroloum   ovor   tin;       tollowing  Innilri.   lltllato
IIn iii<>   Dlstrlcl   nf  Hontheaflt   Kootonay,
Dritish  Columbia, In  Lot *B08:
I   Commpnclng   ol  a imst planted at nr
,nnni-   r»   nilloi due on fli ut tlio 22 milo   post
Ion  thn  0. p. H  survey  lino wblct)   in  t|i«   ,-        , . T.     r.       t
wostorn boundary   of Lot 4608, and to-   ( I'nnnrooll,     U.   C„    for    Oil
ing tho n. k. eornor in.»i oi rmniei is. Heavy Te.'im of Horses,  nt
CONTRACTS SOLICITED lllnnone  clnlm.   tlionco anutb   uinllt.v   (80) ,     J ,        , ,       ,
Ichninei t r.o we.i eighty um, obaina; tinder twelve hundred pounr
thonco iiiuiii eiginy (sni oitaine: thenee nnd not over fight years old
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
To Trade
Twenty-five acres of goo
M'uit Land, three miles froi
HOUSES
[met  eighty IS'.) ol.olnl to tin' point nf
Cntnmnnooniaiit.   li.nt.in_   HJO   aaroi,   morn
For   Hnln or Hunt  nt Reasonitble     ,.i leas.
I'rlros. j DANIEL E.  HIOOBNS, Locator,
tar la  to ha mn    I,... urn.,     r,i.vi,   iv..ri»   ...i ■.,.,„■ ov      I,,l,,»-      tl,, |    ...  i;„„,|,|„,  ,,,  Klnilmrley.  wns    in I Office& Worksil"        "        '     " ' ""  "    ""'4'''  *"""'
UU,    Mil,    ItM,    MM,    MIS,    IMI,   ouMM       KredaHe.    H    Helivnnil,    of   town Tueeilny.
l^CW'is St. , Willinm  V.   Bin Is, WKnaaa. „       , ,
iLooated  thla lat Day ol September 1810   LranbrOOK
Shone No. II, I I
Apply To
E. CORBETT
B. C

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