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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   '3,   1909.
No. 40
ft] OTTAWA
In the Handling of Western Lands.
TWO INCIDENTS LATELY
The Interior Department
Follows Rules and Red
Tape too Closely.
There is serious reason to believe
that the handling of ihe western
land settlement problem by the Interior. Department Is deteriorating
into a slavish observance of rules and
red tape. It is slipping buck into
tho old hard-tempered methods which
years ago made it unpopular in the
west.
Two specific Incidents have recently
heen heard of iu this city.
A certain mnn was applying for a
"purchased homestead", and ol
course had to wait bis tarn ut the
land office. He bad been land bunting and knew of several quarter
sections which would suit him. He
wns rather down thc line, and when
his turn came all quarter sections of
which be knew bad been taken. Learning this, the man next to him gave
him thc description of a quarter section and recommended It. Accordingly he applied for and obtained this
lot. He paid his $111 fee and JICO In
Btallment on thc purchase money.
When he came to visit his land lie
found that he had been misled; the
land was utterly valueless. He up-
plied tor permission to make un exchange to abandon tbe land he hail
been deceived into locating nnd to
get a quarter section of good land,
the money he had paid being allowed
.to count towards his purchase. Thc
matter was taken up to Mr. Oliver
himself, and the decision was thnt
thc farmer might abandon the worthless land, might obtain a better
farm, but must, pay his fin tec and
$1110 first Installment all over again.
The Department obliged him to forfeit the $17(1 he had paid already.
This man Is a genuine settler. He
is n farmer of experience, with a
family in the country. From his
standpoint the people ol Canud i has
skinned him out of $170. The Department took advantage ,! an trior
ho made to get thnt muni oi his
money.
There is abother case. An Mi glish-
man who had lived a good many
years in Canada went to South Alri
cn during the war, and was entitled
to a land warrant. Availing himself
of his right to a homestead, a preemption and a land warrant, he located a whole section. Somewhat
Ihe same sort of accident happened
to him nnd he found himself with a
squnro mile of worthless land ou his
hands. Agnin appeals, again an
appeal unto Ocnsur, or at least
Oliver; and a decision-that the man
might locate another homestead and
another pre-emption quarter section,
but lie must keep tbe original worth,
less half section which lie bad got
under his Soutli African land warrant. This performance has not
even the merits of consistence.
Thnt. Is thc condition into, which
thc Depart incut Is drifting. It is becoming h" hard and fast, red-tape
bureau. Tlie Impression here Is that
it Is getting into tlie old frame of
mind oi laying lor the settler nnd
trying to trip him up—61 watching
tho man who really Is subduing the
soil, growing wheat nnd making a
farm and a home with the same old
unfriendly anxiety to catch him tripping as that which It directs against
the clover person who is trying to
heat the rules for purposes ol speculation.
IS IT NOTHING TO YOU
Alioe L  Grevttte Writes on the
Morals of Cranbrook.
Dear Mr. Kdltnr.
I have followed with Interest, tlio
letters recently inserted In your pa
per re lite urgent need of improving
social conditions in tills (lily ami
would like to add a few more words
on this Important subject. It Is
one that, should arrest thc attention
ot every true man and woman in
Oranbrook, who hnve the welfare
and prosperity of thc town at heart
and are anxious to see it peopled
with true citizens. As Mr. Main has
plainly put it in his recent letter,
this is a very dllicull. problem, and
one that must, bo solved now. It
has boon shown that, tbc two greatest contributing causes to crime Is
"Ignorance and evil environment,"
tho tendency ot education Ik towards
good cltlsonnhtp. But tho counteracting' Influences of the home and
street, arc often too much for the
school, anil it In clearly the duty ol
tho patents to safe-guard their cltll
dren. How, to remove thc evil of
temptation ns Inr ns possible from
our city or as Mr. Main, suggests,
suppress absolutely public manlteata
tlon ol it.
Combating it is a duty, restricting
It In a possibility, preventing the
scandalous display and public exhibition thereof Is both a duty and
u possibility admitted by all. What
wo need In Crauhrook today is n
second "John I,. Hamory" as superintendent nl public safety. He kept
all his promises. Ho closed the
"Bed Light District" In Hen Moines.
Many people snld It could not 'bo
done, tint, lie did It. Alns, how
frequently wo hear ediicutod men and
women   say,  but It   would    not be
safe. Experience is eontnry to this
clew. The countries where the most
repressive measures have been adapted, where prostitution has been
taught to the utmost and pursued to
its lust entrenchment, are those
whore nioruls have become the purest.
You fear clandestine prostitution,
yon say, and (or this reason you
open wide the door to the worst ol
prostitutions, to that which keeps
open house, tempts, nnd solicits
youth and all passers-by and carries
on the infamous industry tinder special authorisation,
This state ol affairs ia    tlie midst
of our children is   deplorable,    nnd
what is its Influence In the minds ol
the boys and girls,   It corrupts their
minds and bodies as certain indecent
statements   iu our public   buildings,
Hound)    proves the    fearful dangers
oar children    are exposed to.     Is it
not sufficient that we see     manhood
demoralised,     womanhood    debased,
uud   childhood robbed ol its rights?
what more is   needed to stir up the
mothers ol this city?   Can we uHord
to keep   silence when    our own children are at stake?   How many young
men have come into this city ot ours,
"purer" than they left it?   My heart
yearns for the mother in the Homeland,   whose boy is left to the mercy
of Western City Hie,
Life is teeming witb evil snares,
The gates of sin are wide,
Thc rosy fingers of pleasure wave,
And beckon tho young Inside.
Man of the world with open purse
Socking your own delight,
Pause ere reason is wholly gone—
Where is your boy tonight.
Sirens nre,singing on every hand,
Luring the ear ol youth,
Ollded lalsehood with silver notes
Drownith the voice ol truth.
To city 'adies in costly robes,
Your parlors gleam with light,
Fate and  beauty  your senses steep-
Wlierc is your boy to night.
Tempting whispers of royal spoil
Flatter the youthful soul,
Eagerly entering into life.
Mcstive of all control,
.Needs are many, and duties stern,
Crowd on thc weary sight,
Father, buried in business cures,
Whore is your boy to-night.
ritfalln lurk ln the flowery way;
Vice has a golden gate;
Who shall guide the unwary feet
Into tho highway straight?
Keep the home hearth bright,
Tired mother,   with tender eyes—
Where is your boy to-night?
Turn his lect from thc evil paths
Kre they have entered in;
Keep him unspotted   while   yet he
may;
Earth is so stained with sin;
Kre he has learned to lollow wrong
Teach him to love the right,
Watch ere watching is wholly vain-
Where is your boy to-night.
Yours (or God and Humanity,
Alice L. Qrevett.
THREAT OP
RETALIATION
On The American Paper
Makers.
MOVE MILLS TO CANADA
Canada Objects to Tariff
on Canadian Made
Print Paper.
New York, Sept. 27.—The committee on paper of the American Newspaper Publisher's association today
gave out n statement concerning tho
trade issues between Canada and the
United States.
The statement says;
"At the outset tho Dominion claimed that 11 tbe millB wanted to obtain
their supply of pulpwood Irom Canada, the American paper-makers
should not object to a reasonable
rate of duty on paper made in Cnna-
da from pulpwood.
"A committee of tlio house ot representatives, alter a ten months'
study ol the subject, approved thnt
l view, which was confirmed aud rati-
| lied by tho ways and means commit-
i tee and by tho hoitso of reprcsenta-
i Uvea.
j    "Senator Hale objected to such an
I arrangement,    nnd the United Btates
.' senate,   to   pteaso him,   upset it and
i raised the rate above that passed by
' the house.   The provinces of Canada
i now declare    that since   the   United
States   tins   refused to admit   print-
paper on reasonable terms,   they will
protect Canadian interests by retaliation nnd   hnva- adopted regulations
which   will     lorce   many   American
print-paper milts to move to Canada
"Canadian retaliation     will strike
American    exports as varied as coal
and cotton,   iron  nnd   meat,    fruit
and automobiles,   oil   and livestock;
but the most    serious feature ol the
prospective war is that which affects
wood products,   valued at $.10,000,000
brought Into the United States from
the Dominion.
Tht American Census
Word comes Irom Washington thnt
tlie Director ot the United States
census Is taking every precaution to
render effectual President Tnft's order to keep politics out ol the enumeration; this order ' by the President
wns noticed in the Prospector last
week. Supervisors and enumerators
have been prohibited from holding
office or membership ln any political
committee during their terms ol
office nnd from taking any active
part In politics, by public addresses,
solicitation of votes, or otherwise.
The director declares that his order
will be strictly enlorced, and requests that each supervisor Inform
him Immediately whether he holds
office or membership ln nny political
committee, nnd II so Just what position, and whether the supervisor
Is willing to resign such position
and rclraln from political nctivlty
during his term of oflice. II the
answer Ih ln the nfllrmutlve, the Director expects the supervisor to send
a copy of tils resignation from any
such position, with a statement
that tlie resignation hns heen accepted.
Fnncy nny such course being adopted nt Ottawa.
News of Bernier
Ottawa, Sept. 27.—When a cable
was received at the governor-general's
oltice from Dr. Cook thanking tlie
Canadian government lor sending
him supplies on tho steamer Arctic,
the Ottawa Free Press wired Dr,
Oook asking him to tell the circumstances under which he received supplies Irom Captain Dernier, no word
having been received here Irom Bernier since his departure in 190H. Ilr.
Conk sunt tbc lollowing reply:
"Hornier lett supplies sent hy Mrs.
Cook at Ktnh, Greenland, in care ol
Harry Whitney, Aug. 20, I mil*. Ber
tiler asked Inr [Million anil dogs nnd
was retimed by Murphy (the Newfoundland boatswain left In charge
ol Cook's house by Peary.) In Berber's letter Decchle Island, Lancaster Sound, wns glvon ns his next
winter station."
Mr. Desbnrats, deputy minister ol
marine and fisheries, when shown
tho above despatch said that In wintering at Drechlo Island, Bernier was
carrying out the program mnppod
out lor him when ho left Quebec. Tho
department does not expect to bear
again trout Hornier until some time
next Hummer.
Trail Wins
Trail, Sept. 29.—An Important
water right case lias just been decided 111 favor ot Trail, Involving the
right of Trull to take wnter for city
purposes from Cambridge crook, two
miles Irom tho city.
Tho city's record was attacked by
the Violin Power company, which
claimed a prior location. Government Agent, Hurry Wright, derided
for tlie city.
Ore Shipments
The ore shipments from mines In
the Crnnbrook District, for the past
week and your tn ditto are ns follows
St.    Eugene  297     r.ii.f.'.i'J
North   Star 131       1,271
Total US     17,770
WEDDING BELLS
Malcolm Oillis and Hiss Anna Belle
Matheson United in Marriage.
The home of A. Oillis was in festive attire on Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock, when his son Malcolm
Uillis was united ln marriage to Miss
Annie Belle Matheson, of Cape Breton, N. S., nnd more recently ol
Boston, Mass. The ceremomy was
perlormed by the Rev. C. O. Mnln,
pastor ol the Knox Presbyterlnn
Church.
The bride wus gowned In white
silk, with veil to match, and was
supported by Miss Alva McOonignl,
and James Miloe was groomsman.
Alter the ceremony, a bountiful lunch
was served to which tho guests did
ample Justice, and alter repairing to
the photographer, the happy couple
lctt by thc "Soo Flyer" lor Spokane
where they will spend several duys.
Mr. Oillis, is one ol Cranbrook's
most worthy and popular young men,
and the community In general will
unite with the Prospector In wishing
Mr. and Mrs. llillls a long lite ol
success nnd happiness. On their re-
they will roBide lor the present at
tho groom's homo.
CHANK -BAI1NHAIIDT.
At thr residence of the bride's
mother, Mrs. S. Bnrnnardt, on Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock, hy the
Kev. C. O. Main, Hoy Bench Crane,
of Buchanan, Mich., was united in
marriage to Miss Enid May Burn-
liiir.it. Only the Immediate relatives
wore present. Miss Luella Burn-
liardt acted as bridesmaid, and Mr.
Campbell l.lndsey ns bent man. The
young couple lelt on Thursday's
"flyer" Inr Spokane.
CALMLY ARKESTS H0R8BTHIEP
Desperate Conflict Between Policeman and Armed Thief.
Ilcglnn, Sept. 29. -One of tlio tlcrc-
ost border tlghtB between outlaw
horse thelves nnd members ol the
B.N.W.M.P., took place between
Charles Murker niul constable Church
on Thursday lust, details of which
readied tho city today. Tlio light
savored ol thc old days in the west.
Murker was a rancher near Ambrose, between that place and tlie
boundary. He was arrested a year
ago on n charge of rustling. He wnn
bailed out hut Jumped his hall, and
tho police wore notified that Marker
was locntcd In the United States
Just south ol tlie lino.
At last a friendly rancher   sent In
word thut Marker   would soon otitei
Canada.   Scouts were sent out to |m
trol tlie boundary country und watch
, lor the     "wanted   mnn."       Marker
I crossed the line and   was confronted
by   Church.    The    policeman pulled
tils gun and ordered Marker to halt.
i Instead, the    horsomnn wheeled and
| started for the boundary line, at the
I onine time   tiring nt. the     policeman.
Thc bullet   passed within    a yard of
Church's head.     Then Church fired n
well directed shot and brought down
Marker's horse.
Deprived ol bin horse tlie thiol
stood his ground. Fearlessly
Churoh rode lip and placed his hand
on Marker's shoulder. An lie did so
the horse thiol pressed thc barrel! ol
his niitomntlr to the lelt breast nt
Church and pulled the trigger, rhe
gun missed fire, thereby suving the
policeman's   life.    In    the struggle
that ensued the officer got the better
of the thief and placed him under
arrest. This was well into the
night nnd darkness wns fast coming
on when the policeman placed Mark- j
or on his horse and mounted himself
behind the snddlc. While in a dark ;
spot the horsethiet suddenly threw
blmsell off the horse nnd made a dash
for a ranch house. The policeman
followed.
All was dark  within anil  the  can !
Cher's wile,   alone in the bouse, tear
e*l an nttack by robbers.     She grab
bed her own   rifle and   told the mid '■
night visitors   she would    shoot un-1
less they got    out.    Tlie pollcomnn
reassured the   womnn and proceeded
to   arrest     Marker.     Meantime tho
borsothlef had taken his heavy
nnd using these ns a weapon ntt
ed the   officer.     Church's face    was j
badly cut hy the   sharp spurs before I
he placed   the thief     under     arrest I
again.     They made tlie   police post
without further trouble.
Once at the post Marker was put
in leg Irons, hut despite this Imped
iment he made n dash for liberty.
Tlie leg irons prevented his running.
however, and the man fell in the
underbrush before he bad made any
progress.
CA6HE-D BY
WHITNEY
All of Explorer Cook's Instruments.
K1 STAND TAKEN BY PEARY
Would Not Let  Anything
Belonging to His Rival
on Board His Ship.
FINE 8E0WING OF WEST
Splendid Fruit Exhibit at Ottawa
Is Commented Upon
That tbe Britit.li Columbia government representatives at eastern On
naUiau lairs are doing excellent work
is shown by the following from the
Ottawa Journal, regarding the Ottawa fair:
"British Columbia has certainly
made no mistake in thc selection ol
Mr. W. K. Scott as commissioner
aad Mr. W. J. Brundrith as assistant
commissioner in charge of their wonderful exhibit. Talk about plums!
We found them in all their grandeur.
Many varieties were displayed and In I J^g lumte^xplorer toTeave
I    New York,    Bopt, 27.   That   Dr. P.
i A. Cook's ability to    prove that he
} he reached the North Pole may be ln-
j terfeied with as n result     of Harry
I Whitney having cached the Cook oh-
1 servation instruments in the land of
] ice,   was admitted by the    explorer
to-night at the Waldorf Astoria.   Ou
top oi    this a coolness   appeared to
between Walter Lonsdale,   his secretary,   because tho latter     had made
the statement   that,   as a mutter of
fact,   no one can ever prove positively that tic has reached the pole.
Dr. Cook declared that he had received messages from Whitney during
the day which convinced him that
Commander Peary had been very decisive in compelling the wealthy
all of
pole," the secretary replied. The ex-
; plnnatlon did not seem to please Dr.
Cook.
Will Wait Till Whitney  Arrives
After    tins   digression   Dr. Cook,
looking somewhat     annoyed, turned
back to liis questioners.   When asked
if he would not    send   immediately to
get the    things which   Whitney had
cached,   he said:    "No,   I shall wail
until Whitney    returns     There would
«lie no use sending now because by the
I time a party Could get there the Arc-
I tic night   would be started   and the
. new ice \w forming,      When  we want
the instruments we can net the Kski
I mo who has them."
"But   Whitney says they  were enoh
1 ed away.   Do you understand thai on
Eskimo has them?"
"1 have nyoung Eskimo in the
neighborhood and 1 guess he will be I
able to lind them for us,"
"What do you understand happened when Whitney tried to take your
property ou the Roosevelt?"
"Why that Air. Whitney had taken
the instruments mul records out of
thc case they were in aud had them'
in his personal trunk for greater safe
keeping and that us soon an -Mr.
Peary learned that he had some of
things he was told not to bring them
on the Hoosevelt. However, the Instruments are so securely packed
that it will not not harm them.
Weather conditions cannot affect
them one bit."
Whitney Hurrying to New York,
New York, Sept. 2C—Harry Whit
ney, who holds proofs or Dr, Cook's
discovery of the north pule, is hurrying to the city, according to a wireless message sent by him from Indian
Harbor, where lie arrived on tlie re
lief ship .Jennie. It is thought Mr.
Whitney will travel from Sydney. N.
.S., by train, aud he is likely to arrive the latter part of this week.
many forms. Ponds Seedlings and i (.ll((k.s 00ionglUKfi no|llnrt wnon the
Yellow Hgg perhaps led in numbers,; RooMV0,t BtxiM rrom Etfth, what
and certainty they were line. Somei,1(l hml Imrmi(I throURn th(. prineipul
o( the former averaged bj to the message he declined to state, except
pPun(V \ number of fine boxes of Ulat Whitney seemed to be very lair
Wealth and Uravenstem apples were botll tll r.oary ftml to him. Ho dId
also shown, as well as some oi the however, give out the following
finest pears the writer Jias ever seen.   bricf ptTsomil m0BSRge:   "Strathconn
One plate of Clapp's Favorites was
the prettiest plate of pears I ever
saw, and if British Columbia growers could only put Ontario quality
into their fruit that provinco would
certninly be a land of , plums and
pears.
" Some   enormous blocks   of their
via Indian Harbor, and Cape Hay,
Nfld., Kept. 25.- Dr, P. A. Cook,
New York: Started for home on the
Roosevelt, Nothing arrived for me.
Penry would allow nothing belonging
to you on board. Said to leave
f everything in cache al Ktah. 1 met
it , i Captain    Sum,   of the   North    Star.
native woods were also shown, one Dm- Imt g0 ,m(.k aUer jo(nlng BChoon.
enormous Ilr block being 41 inches or ))mmd loi, St J0\\n% and will
square. Some ot the trees from tftko atoamor home. Hope your well.
which these blocks were cut are claim-  aee ,nin   u    shnotint,
ed to be fully 1500 years old.   Bever- Loon.-Harry Whitney,
al    varieties   of salmon     were   also     otn vi(MV )jf the fact tlmt  Wbitney
shown,   from the   enormous     spring.Lhas V,M.M V(mr Cft808 containing in
salmon, weighing ,75 pounds, to the
pretty little sockeye, for which we
pay 20 cents a can, and which by
the wny costs out there only $1 per
dozen cans. The commissioner and
his assistant are thorough British
Columbia men, and they certainly
know their country, and are not lax
in telling the good features of this
great province.
The Man on the Street Says
That these nre good working days.
That Mt. Fisher's snow-cap reminds
that Christmas is coming.
Tbat the Public School building
will he an ornament to the province.
That this week's rain will make thc
cows smile nnd help the man in the
fields.
That the naval policy may be if
Interest to us all; but the box oar
question Is more so,
That the City authorities ought to
vote our Police Force a working
suit of "plain clothes."
That for a Crnnhrook Chinaman
to gamble is to break British law,
every bit as much as for a white
man.
That the Canadian Lord's Day Observance Law should be guarded more
Jealously In tbe interests of our Canadian merchants against the unfair
competition and brazen disregard of
the foreign Sunday law-breaker■
Coming Union Gonoert
Arrangements nre being carried out
for an Interesting concert to be given
in the Presbyterian Church on Thursday evening October 7th at H o'clock
This concert will be general In character and Is being prepared hy tbe
people of Crnnbrook In an endeavor
to secure funds for the carrying on
of the local option propaganda. A
varied programme by adults and
children, of songs, choruses, etc,
will be given. Interesting views ol a
varied nature will he given by an
arc-light sterooptlcan. The evening
will he Interesting; the work Is ur
gent. It is hoped many will come.
An offering of ton cents ami upwards
Is asked for ut the door.
To Extend Canadian Northern
-Negotiations
cases
truments and records, will it he
possible for the University of Copenhagen to determine whether or not
you actually reached the pole." He
was asked.
"1 think It will, hut that suestlon
might be more properly asked of the
university  investigators."
"Can they tell without the records
that you lelt. with Whitney exactly
where you were?"
HAS COPIIOS OK I'.VKltYTHINd.
"Whitney bad no records of mine
that would or would not tend to
prove my ease," Dr. Cook responded
I have copies of everything that he
hud uhd originals of some records
where he had only copies."
"Then If you never rocovered the
records where would you stand?"
" The case would be exactly ns it
was. Some ()f our records hud become blurred through rubbing nnd we
made copies of these, which accounts
for our leaving the smeared origin
als with Whitney. What original
records we had that were in good
condition wo kept right with us and
t have them right here now." he
said.
"But it has been said that without
being able to examine your obscrva
tion instruments to determine if they
were in perfect condition it would
not be possible to pass decisively on
the proof you offer. If those Instruments should be lost enn your case
ever be proved?"
"Let's wait until Whitney gets
buck before we nnswer," smiled the
doctor.
"Hut cannot you any if you can
prove your assertion without the instruments?"
"Well, to be perfectly flank, it is
most desirable to have the instrument corrections as part of the proof.
This Is all I can say."
"Is It not absolutely necessary to
have proof of the   correctness of thc
Don't Want Haywood
Begiua, Sept. 2*).-An endeavor is
being made by the socialists id the
city to get Haywood, one of the
persons who were indicted some time
ago for the murder of ox-governor
Steunenberg, to stop ol! litre on
Sunday next and address tbe members of the trades unions. A depu-
tlon waited upon the council yesterday afternoon to ask whether or not
it wns possible to obtain tbc use ot
the ciUy auditorium for Mr. Haywood
The council refused the request with
out comment,
appi
mm
Cook a Democrat
New York World: ll
from the records that Dr. Ci
charter member ol a democratic club
in the Nineteenth assembly distficl
of Kings county, we may be sure
that there will be no unanimous ac
eeptanee of his story about the north
pole. He may satisfy his savants,
lie may silence jealous rivals; he may
put to rout all the professional doubters and skeptics; but as a democrat he must reckon with the demo
erat party. He is only at the bo
glnulnc, of his troubles.
Time at the North Pole
At tbe north pole time is nothing,
aud if one were residing at the nortb
pole it would lie un necessary to wind
one's watch You are always at \2
o'clock and can't walk out ol thc
hotel without walking south. All
times ol day meet at. the pole, as the
nicotine, place of all the meridians,
Successful Flight
New York, Sept 2:». The Curtis
Hudson-Pulton aeroplane made its
its llrst llight at 7 o'clock this mom
ing, successfully describing a semicircle over the Held at Governor's
Island.
Kings' Police Medal
Ottawa, Sept. 21. -Hi
king Edward has been pleased,
cording to a circular issued by thc
colonial olllce, to authorize the issue of a medal to be known as tlie
King's  Police  Medal,
ajestyj
Railway Commission Coming West
Ottawa, Sept. 30.—The railway
commission is gottlng ready for u
long  western trip.
Additional Locals.
and (', W
ri v Crock,
(ins. Theti
men from Pi
Friday.
Little Miss Crude
tertaiu    a     number
r this afternoon.
Carr, mining
wen*  |n   town
AN AWFUL
6RASH
Bridge Gives way and Man
is Dashed to Death,
SIX HORSf \XM fALLS
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Terrible Accident at Ymir
- W. J. Murphy Dead
Another Injured.
Ymir, Sept. 89 -Willinm Murphy
bud Ins neck broken while Charles
MncDonald suffered a dislocated
shoulder blade and several broken
rilis Ibis morning when a heavy wagon, drawn by six Uorsos was plunged
headlong Into a deep gulch, a distance ,,f ID leet, by the collapse ul
the government bridge near the Ymir
mine. All the horses, which were
valued „t. *"nu,   by Andrew   Uurgess
'|W|[I>( MOM 'JOUMO JIDU.1
pun A'lpl.MiK 'p[,;ii,i(|.n.n SJBSOJV.
(iddie started for tbe Ymir mine with
a heavy ore wagon and six horses
to return with a loud ol machinery
for tho Uii mil Drill company.
While crossing the bridge neur the
mine, that structure gave way, pre-
cipitiitlng wag,,a, horses and meu
Into Ibe chasm below, fully 38 feet.
The bottom wus covered with slate
rocli ami the wonder is thai any escaped alive,
Or. Hunks was summoned by telephone and repaired al once to tbe
scene accompanied by several citizens, where they extricated men and
horses Irom   tbe  wreck.
The coroner was notified by wire
and it will be the duty of the jury
to loente the responsibility for lb»
sad affair,   if there be nny
School Report
Monthly report ,,t the Crnnbrunk
Public School.
Total enrollment    285
Average daily attendance, 215.HI
The attendance by divisions Is ns
follows:
ADVAMCICD  GLASS.
iMiss   Ornndoll, Teacher.i
Unrolled      12
Average    Attendance  10.311
DIVISION     I
11.   .1. Cranston, Principal.)
Enrolled   32
Average   attendance 24.43
Pupils having perfeci attendance
FI,,retire   Wool! ilul I ii'   llurrli.
I Hive While
DIVISION  11
(Miss  t'lildwell.  Teacher.)
Unrolled    32
Average    attendance  24.r,
Pupils having perfect  attendance.
May  Pyati.      Francis    liriinimond,
lirncio Higgins,   Hanoi Taylor
DIVISION   III.
'.Miss Allwnrd. Teacher.)
Kiiiullmrlit      50
Average   attendance  35.14
Pupils having perfect attendance.
Arthur ilurch,   Robert Uurch.
DIVISION   IV.
i Miss Stewart,   Teacher i
Enrollod   47
Average   attendance  39.02
Pupil, having period attendance.
Merle    Taylor,     Donald      Taylor,
Gordcn McKonoa,   Wallace Fordunni.
DIVISION   V.
(Miss Hull,   Teacher.)
Enrollment    52
Avcruge       uttcudunco  37.9
Pupils having perfect attendance.
Eurle King,     Ruby   Flnlay,      Mali
hit
DIVISION   VI.
I Miss Krnser.   Teacher. >
KniMlled    01
Avcruge    attendance  44 46
Pupils having perfect attendance,
Hurry   Cummer,      Stanley  Moffat,
Ethel   Dow,     Wilfrid  MoLoan,   Vrtt
Gusklll,    Hugh     McDonald,   Harold
Huslniu,    Edward  Ryan
digging will eu-
,,1   sell,,,,l mates
■  linlldii)  visit
I     I I    At   I
I Frank, the <
: late Mrs. I''.
bookkeopor lor .1
Co., returned Iro
t,, Spokane
.,ni,i,
Sepl
ul   Ml
24 th
,11,1 the
Cull
Instruments through un examination
of them now?" I    Otis Stuples, president  ,,l the
"Bettor ask the investigators." pies Milling Company ol Wyrllff
"In view ui all that has boon Bald,  ,M town Friday
will yuu say II it would lie ImpaHl
bio Inr ii mail who really did not got j   ll. Bar
to the pole to ninke up Mlfh a set ol | McCalllil
roronls us   would tend     In oonvlnc
Investigating scientists    that he hud
been thoro?"
"Why Unt usi, thnt     nt sonic   one
elHQ,   ton'.'" tl xplnret  suggested.
Victoria,   Hop!..    27,—Negotiations    Th uiso nl    this nuontlon being
are being conducted between the nut to Or, (look anil tbo bitterness
Urltish Columhln government and thai tinged bis reply then boenmo n|>
MnrK<w.li' It Mann lor the oxtonslotl parent when tbe secretary suddenly
of the Canadian   Northern    railroad | turned in two nf the i|ucbtloliors and
In an   excited      voice said.     "It  bus
been reported    tn Dr.   Cnnk     thut   I
tiiiiile tin'     stuteiiient  that  from now j
nn bis ense   would  Iiuve In     remain I
with   the    American people  Hint ho     |f   re, Corrlson,   tloelros t"   thnnk
could do nothing i o aboiil ll, Now bis nnmoroiiB Irlontls   lor then  kind
,    ,       ,.   ,   „„    ,„, ,    . | I wunl. in ask   in Ironl ,,l    lilm II I sympathy, and ilornl tributes,   In his
crest,,,., Sept. 29,-Tho   new town statement?" recent .mi horoa\ lent
of Creston  ims Installed   an  up to-'
dale    waterworks     system.    Several
Ibe
dnyf
into Ilritish Columbia.
tlven of tbe rood urn   oi
to confer with Premier
members nf the cabinet.
Represent,
i   their    wny
Mellrlde and
Crostoii Has Witter
20.   The
If your nn  is nol nn
I list,   you huve but ii few
[ Ihe   noxl   Oolll't   nl   llevlsinli
He,,.   Henderson,    prosldonl ,,l
I Hull Uiver Mining uud    Power Ci
I puny was ill the city   Wednesday
iompnny business,
Hie
The tiling    purl
1 Hniisdule
! whereat
,   melllbe
V      mini
huil  not
1 III'        HI
course
' guulded
illicit tuns
nl            1
In whut
miles of fniir-iurh pipe with a 150
foul, head bus been tuiil from a creek
nenr the town. The preusure is 150
pounds nnd the supply Is siilllrleui
for domestic nnd tiro purposes lot u
city of 10,000 population.
Fernie Water Works
Kernie, Sept.   211.-The new   water,
works system   from     Fniry creek  is  II' «nld Hint n mnn  Id
now rapidly approaching   completion <1mm lliK records nnd   Mint
nml will be in operation   within tho amount    would imve tu be
next   two   weeks.     Tho line   bus nl-
i-eady  heen laid    through the Kernie
'Whut   Ml.   I.unsihilf
added  ..111'  id  tile  men,
would nol lie possible
to prove he   hud boon
■s  uf  the  iiuestiull                                  —-~    ,
ucil  Ilr   Cunli Hint :    On  h'tldiiy. the 1st day  ol October
snld  exactly   that.,! the City took nver     tl tile plant
•iiinry added    "nl nl tho Wiitor    Hupply i ipany    All
am   gunrdod  t it future payments must ho inndo to the
replies I make to  City Clerk
M. Onrlln bus secured Irom the
Provincial Oovornmenl thc contract
lor the Mill Bay mud in connect
Victoria with the north end ,,i Von
eniiver island    Tbe amount    nl tho
mill nut   is  (130,0011.
Comet's Tail to Sweet Earth
Frank ic Soagravo, whoso calculations relative t,, HnUey's cornel have
attractod wldo-sproad attention, announced today thai tho correction of
ii slight orror in bis cnlculntions developed tho discovery tlmt on May
19, 1010, the cornel will reach the
same plane us the earth in its orbit,
It Is therein determined that tbe
cornel will sweep across tbo plnne,
Instond ul clearing it. Tin- earth
und cornel will meet nil the same
plane, hut mil uii the sntlle path.
Thoro will he u distance at tho nearest puint ul i:i.ihui uuii miles between
them
Tho fun ol tho comet tail, according to Soagravo, will spread out
nml tui a short porlod the earth will
lind itHrl! swept by "slur dust,"
brought from iiiuny million miles be-
yulid   the  fartbost   knnwti  comet
"Thorn should ho no scare over the
npprnnchlng event," snld Mr. Hen-
grave "It will be nothing more
thun we hnve nlroady passed through
nil  Juno    30.   I (Uii.    when     tbe earth
swopl through the tall ol tlio cornel
ol 1,1 The aeuri'Ht It would ever
 ue tu the niiHi would b'o 6,825,000
miles "
really   cud.
'wus that II |
fur any ituiki j
ul the polo, j
,nly pin j
i certain ]
tukeii in
faith;   thnl it could not he provod II
ii man was ulnae nt the pule "
The Oddfellows nl Hie Illy me
lespecially requested to attend tho
1 next    regulni    meeting ol   Key City
Annex nml   Ure hydrants    nre being!   "Old you    say    thnt? ' nsked Br.I f^jj,,"no,    «.  Mondny Oct   4th,
placed at    tho corners ot the streets Cook,   tinning to Lonsdnlo.               j when Mr. Wnllncn l,nw. Clrnnd Mns-
In thin section ol the city,   assuring j    "I did not. say anything about tho I tor,   will pay un olllcial visit lo tbc
a perfect system ol Are protection.     | n0cesnity of   a   compnnlon     at   the I lodge.
Sam Langlortl Wins
Dust,,n, Bopt      89.—8am Lhngford
nf Boston, a little stunt, tnnk live
rounds to defeat the Dixie Kid nf
Ciillfnrnln,   both colored,   at  the At"
 iv Aihlctic club association   last
night. The California!! wus much
lighter, in the llfth round Hunglord
sent his mini to the floor once, and
us the hell rang dropped him in n
heup Into his corner,
F. C   Pntiuii, ol   Diiluth,     was at
^tho Cranbrook Friday. PROaPKOTOR,    ORANBROOK,    B.    0.,   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1909,
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.^^m,*,*,*,*,***,********* a*I «»,» i the puny  is   to be bold      responsible      in   1 lie  buiuiUuilis ,,n,l aid. ,,i  in,-  .;..;.....;..;...........;..;..;.....;..;...........,.............
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/~1.»^_-.l^«.^^1r-    X VJ/MV   jy*M»>t MWOt  „___ Smith Hast coiner ul    lllock No   83,   *      Pl'ofCSSlOIial
Ur&nOrOOK.   * .,,,„,„ ,.«, Whorl,    has taken to growing In, In th. City ol   Cranbrook according «     FX uioasiuiioi      ,
•.•X HJ J.X »^X wx».    J ESTABLISHBD   I8» . ,l,.„, ,•,.,„   and     melons.     Old     Man  in a map or    plan Hied ill   th. Land| <h><m{m{>A^AA«>A&AAAA&*X.AA$
Livery
We ask you tu cull anil try
our new Consignment of new
and Up to data rigs tor
Winter   und   Summer,   dust
received Toppic und  Reliable
Horses    at    your   disposal.
nn r   tlieiii   uii la] and be
CUV,need
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A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   ANU   EDITOR.
Simpson Hum now on    will have
take cure uf the  Itallulla   Hell
Registry Office at    Nei.mi,  I;   C, as
No. IU''!, thence    Bust ulmig    Kalns
—"— Street     In the said   City, to Eberts
Hun. Mi. Brodeur says Ins depart Avenuo; thenco Noitb ulong ffiberU
ment will assume charge ol ibe new Uveuue to Edwurds Street; thoace
naval  construction      and   would   "sec   w,.s,   .,|uUi,  B.(lW8r((s Sine!   tu l.uins
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♦ a demand lor a National   Conven that   u    would not   he a matter ol ,|,.„ avenue,    Nortb along   Lumsden
♦ tiuii ul ihe Conservative     party ap patronage."      What   a     remarkable Avenue to ihe Intersection nl l.ums
♦ pears in tho Toronto News.     "There statement lor a man to have to make Jen Avenue and Harold Street, thence
I' is fur less uatural cohesion lu an op- Calgary  Herald.
X! positmn than theie is in a uovornlng
IARVEY,    McCAK'J ER,
am.   MACDONALD,
HiUM'istoi.s ami Solicitors,
CKANUKOOK,   It.*"
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_ initiation."     It   says.     -Minister,
are  ill constant  touch  with  all  parts rati
uf the country.    Generally leaders ol Pete Matheson
Opposition ure known    only m their a cheap   skate
own     Provinces,   and they meet Hi,- comet  is nbou
people   only   dining   the    tew      heated away   we have
.veiling   al   lie
lliilleys cornel
ite ,,t 10,800 miles a minute.   Makes
runabout look Ilk, . v,,„ ii,,n, and   Kill
As thi : uiace ,,i beginning.
(J)   The  appinxilli.
Illllllt.llll..       II,        til,'
i ami North    w,si along Harold
Street i<» VanHorn Street, them i  \\,
a South Westerly direction along Vau
llnHi    Sti'eel   tu      tbo   llltclseellull   nl
Hie
c.c
c.
twelve million tulles :
.tuple time tn set out I
NEWPORT gs
ll   yoll   w.in 1   .i  Cle
Chocolate      ni
Newport*   ;il   The
\\i-  liavt-   |u-i   rei
u   l.n:;i'   stork   .im
icn .lis
Im
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weeks   in which    a   general election   is   ui   its   way
It  is ilillicult under such ,  o—
tances  tu   develop     national     looks  y   ol i Uncovers  ,,.
leaders     ,,r tu lulus.- mittv  and riici     the      Nurth     P,.lc   Is  lindiag groatei
gy nii,, a party organisation " credence with the people than that ...
'After   citing the examples ol     thothi" rival,     Pearj      Cooks   modost)
United Stntes and Great Britain tho «»ods   lu marked   contrasi     to thi
I News continues;     "Here we have .„,   boastlulness
enormous    stretch  ,,(    territory,   n  R
widely-scattered  population,  and lew,
I if any,    national organs ol opinion.
iThe result  .,    thnt an i ippusitmu ,,  crat  , ,,„„.,,,.
iu  dangoi   ,,i  developing     provincial  ,.    , .  ,   . -,- „....
tendencies, ol pursuing dUereut
in different provinces, and ol exalt
ing sectional rather than national
leadership     This must i„- hurtful to
the   prospects ol n   national     puny      General satisfaction exists as a re
when    the  issue   is tried out by the   sl,it 0i the announcement that n main
mntry " trunk run,I will !„■ constructed to thi
"Moreover,      the Canada ol todaj   Alberta   line       li  Is pan     ol Hon
lis not     the Canada   ol twelve ol 01    ti,,.,    Taylor's pollcj   to build good
.teen or   twenty years ago    The daj   „;,,.,,    ,,.,,(, through thc province
Is past iu   which any     one province  ,,-.-
I can be     tbe   absolute master ,.f thc     Commandet   Penry   sins thai  he Is
political   destinies ,,l this      •   ntrj    not   going t,,     ,1,, any mure talking
GENERAL BLACKSMITH ^T^111?, ,';,   ,'"'1;"1"; >?.! 1?
Mil
lilb.'i   nl   III
[clptilit)   Ih
t,i ivh.
I'lali.p,   Si.hi'iliir.   i'l,' ,
i i; \NllUOOK', H.l'
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SflK'    ,'\oi
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THE   PALM
Frank Dezall
in the death ul   .lohn   \   Joluwm.
lo*eruui  ol   MtunuHotu        thc I>»mo
levcre blow      There woi
sirt'iit:   Indicatloas   that ho would  In1
• he  Democratic camllittite .it the next
Presidential elections
ana
WOODWORKER
llubber Tires Applied
To  Muggy Wheels
4QBNTS   FOB   t'ANAHUN CVCI.B
ANII   MliTHlt  CD'S   BICYCLES
Mi
upon Hie merits ol
too!   says   Cook
11,000.
iki This notice was posted ou the
nth day ol September, 1909, and ap
plication   will be made to   the Coui
nussiuiiei ,,n the Jell, >l;i> „l OctObOl
1909, al Ihe hum ol .' o'clock nl ll.e
alternoon, local time
■ li The inline and addresses ol uii>
riparian proprietors or licensees who,
,,i whose lauds ui.- likel) to be ai
ic-ici b) the pii'i',. ed works elthei
above oi below thc outlet Urltish
Columbia Southern Hallway Com
puny. Calgary, All., Sail K.,,,U'n.i>
i.uml,ci Company, Limited, Jaffray,
u i' . .lames Steele. Cranbrook, It
i . K K .Mums, , tanbrook, U < .
Malcolm u Heath, Cranbrook, lit'.,
the Roblnson-McKenslo Lumboi Com
pauy, I..iu.ted. Craubrook, n C . T
.1 w Robinson, Crnnbrook, U, C, x
William McKonsle, CranUiook, D, i' X
Watei supply Company, Limited., •
Cranbrook,  It   0. ♦
W1TNHS8   the    Corpoittte   seal ,,i   *
ihe  Municipal   Oorporatiou     ol  ibe
1'iiv  ,,i Cranbrook an,l the hands ,,i
it- Mnyoi  and in.  Clerk.
seal .Municipal Corporation ot
He v.iv ,,i Cranbrook.
,i. r. b'lus.    Mayor,
T. M, Roberts, City Clerk
Form approved.      .Nunc is i„  be
posted ..i  the    CIt)    Clerk's     office,
Cranbrook, it. C, tlovernment Agents
el   uitice. Cranbrook,  li. C, and mi the  (in
11
ul
1 Ih >\ll'Si>\.
Urn i istur, Stillclor, ii
Nnliirv   L'ubllc
, uii,-,-   K. i.i llnllillngs,
I'H VNllllUUK, ll.C
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Mllllll!'    K|l>'l|li'i'l     ami
111'   I.ami  Sun,'y,n-,
I'KANIIttOOK, lit'
r.ii   Him   '.'. I'll  -"-•:.
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X Dr. I    VV. Connolly X
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   unci Salted  Meats,
Pish  and  Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF     FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
Orders b\ Moil will receive prompt attention,
Order by  Phone.  45.
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:i Specialty.
P. II.   Bo'l   213
Northern Ontario      A great new u,   has pi
nadu is     rising     in the Wesl      The
time has gone In which we had only
to consider the interests or the pre       Sir Thomas Shaughnessy pal
jiidiec. ot Ontario and Quebec.    Thi        ' ■   i short  vtsit  Sunday
West  will soon rank in political  Im
portance     with eithei  ol     these U Mai's IS AbprOaohinE
provinces,   and thc fact must he--, [Cranbrook, It. C, tlovernmenl Agents mmv    vs.
ognized by any party which alma to      M»rs and the moon were the target   ,,miv   Crnnbrook,  U   0., and ou the  liniiluntn     ut     Ontario    Volorlnory I
,,e powerful iu     the future      Are we        " ■'-'■>    ; <■"' :"-  telescopes ol  the  iul.|,Wi,v  opposite     the mill     ol the College!, Toronto, in l«PS.
irise to persevere in the perversi •'■  ■■'■■■.■      and     with   the HoblBson-MoKenale   Lumber Company  finiduuttMind iMi'dullst ot MoKilllnVol-
n that we are ' ih>' '";'■   Umlted., about    two and     one hall  or\„lin tMllogc, Ohtcngii, III., In IPIM
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X KIMBERLEY.   B.C.
r,
BOVRIL
is indispensable in the
camp, nnd lur all
impromptu meals.
Add a little BOVRIL
lo your canned meals
nnd .- ,ups and note
tin* diiference.
n O V R I L
Sandwiches ate
nulliln,us and
toothsome.
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We Deal in livcrylliin^ l-'t■ >n.
i Nrrilli- in .i I.iifonintivc
IIISI I'll
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All 1,111,1-. ..1
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Ml Un- ..III   MtilllLOlill   Kmh.-'
HIiuji rim n«\. im U I In Hip
MANITOBA IIOTKL
l-'irm CliUH  Wnrh  In
itll     lil'llllrlh'-    nl'    Hit'
Tonsorial   Art
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that the virile     newer provinces can   instruments ol  tb.it  institution  ffere     Dated tllia m
have no determining voice in settling   m   ■- '■-'■"       '" '    distance ol   •,„,!
national  policy?"                                   Mars Iroin    th< earth   means a
'" This    we venture     to think,   is  ping ol  13,00( 0 miles ofi the avei
not the conclusion of Mr. Borden   oi   ■»-'■  intervening     space,    and    Prof. I
lor any thoughtful student of the sit    Asaph     Hall    '*     - u of the   astro
nation,   and the Opposition at *>*'-'■■■    noniei si   Uscovered    tfif sat
wa should be    thc first to    Becuru a  ''Hue-- of Mars,   began     training the
hull i-spressii.il of Western opinion in   naval     observatory's great glass on
some     great     popular     convention,   the big light iu the skj early in the
Motggver,   the old    lines ol division evening despite the prevailing clouds :
between the historical parties of Ca ,  ——
natlu have   practically     disappeared. TO RENT.
Very much o( what the    Government
at Ottawa practises is what tho Lib      On tfranbrook Btreet,     neat     Hyde
ernl Opposition     of fifteen years ago street, a two room cottage partially
opposed.     There can he little nntur   turnlBhed.   apply on the premises.
al  sympathy between tho ofllce-hold       '
ing combination   at  tlio Capital and
thc moro progressive dements of the WATER
Cnnadiun population.     Between these
elements nnd Mr.  Borden there is mi
undoubted   Identity     of opinion and
aspiration,   mul their relation should
bo close nnd cordial,"
Thr News adds that:   "Mr,  Borden
is the natural and   inevitable lendoi j
of tho Conservative party.   No other
man in tho parly has quite, his capac
ity,   his    nuittiritv of judgmonl  and!
his personal     acceptlbfllty, while he
ranks easily as  tin- most  distinguish   j
M and     authoritative figure     in the
parly in the Houso of Commons, But |
he did nut sock,   and there is no ron |
..nn in    think that he has never hnd
any desire  lu retain, the leadership,
No ono     would he more     willing to
riiibtull   his eliiiniH tu a  iiutmiuil c(»n
vention.   There    can he im doubt as
in wiuil     would be the Judgment  ol
such ;i     convention.    Bui  this is not!
the   chief  consideration.     The great I
end  is     tu bring the     lenders of the i
Conservative party together from all
ihe Provinces,   adopt u national plat- ,,„    .
  in the preparation ol which thc I( ,:" '
newer communities shall ho properly j
llTfluontlal, and lay before the public1
a programme which can he under :
.stood  in   every  I'luviu
day of September,
UttKixteroij      in
CoHunbi
i.ln
ol      llt-iiisli
'hit ion.
AliMSTUONli, ALL  CALLS NIGHT 4 DAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Water   Commissioner, ——
nbrook  Water District,  office  at mckinstry s livery barn
NOTICK IS HEREBY G1VBN that
an application will he made under
Pan V, ol the Water Act 1903, to
obtain n licence in the Crnnbrook
Water  District.
im The name, address and occupant of the applicant: The Municipal
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
Crnnbrook, B   C.
ihi The name of the stream from
which water is proposed to he delivered: Gold ('reek, a tributary of
Kootenny River In tho District ol
Kootenay.
(c) The point ui diversion: In the
neighborhood ol tbe Bight mile post
of the lOastern boundary ol Lot No.
1591, Group 1. Kooteuay District,
(di Tlie quantity oi water applied
lor:   15 cubic inches per second.
(0j The character of the proponed
works: Reservoir, dams, ditches,
pipes and Humes,
tfi The premises on which the
water Is to be used. The City of
nnd vicinity.
(g) The purpose of the proposed
user:   City water supply.
ih i The area of Crown land Intended to be occupied by the proposed
ml which | works;   None except  public roitdfl nnd
will  represent exactly  that   loi   which   streets
We Give Away
Absolutely Free of Cost r\-
at
Francis Edward
Corrison
Hill I-',  I    I'l'l  lilt    l|
I  liuil'iii;,-',,'   Knn*   l'i,'.l,,t,'i'i;i,i
Ohni'.'li
l.lltl. I!;ii ;i-l,-i   Hi-   Million  ■   ItuVI
IV, I ,i-;ii,.i-'
TEACHER   OF
Vinlin. Banjo, iiuilai', Mandolin
nml      Smniliinl      InslruiTioiits j
Orchestra    Furnished
I'llunc j.s.i. CRANBROOK, ll.C.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
I'ui a i,-iii,l,|,' local i.iili'niiii.ii re
lirenontlnii (Jonniln't! Oldant nnil
Ilreatesl Nui crle In t'iiuil,r,„,li mul
mljulnlng counti v.
'Hi,' popularity ol our Block wlilcli
i.i   grown un liini',.luni' Moll, niaklnu
lllll 111'"      .111.1        I.I,   Ilr.   Ill,I.ln I    ..Mil
Iuuiici lived tlmn const i;rnwu Block,
,. luiiiiui,i..iii'1'ii i,v oxporlcncoil trull
: i owen,
iv*'    tniiki!    ii Bpcclnlty uf ifrowlns
:.l,nl   l,,r   llrlll.'ili   t'liliiiniilu   nml    lilt.
in carloat] tu thai provlnco.
,\ iii'iiimni'lil fiiliiiillun lu I'licllt
in,in. wiih li'i i lluty ri'ii'tvi'il.
Pay weekly ; free miim Wiiin for
partlculart.
Stone & Wellington
lfClNTIlll.il NtllirJKrtlKH
TOIloNTii       oNT
(Licensed by B. c. Government.)
The I'ooplo's i:,„„iiiui, Seme Medical Adviser, in I'l
I'lii'.li.li, „r Medicine Simplified, b» II. V. Pierce, M, I).,
Chiel CtiiiaultinK Pliy.iciun lo tlie li   allda' Hotel ondSur-
Ijical [nililule al lluil.il..  ,, buoli u   Inn'. Iuri|e pelei mul
over /!.'I illiibtruliiiiia, tn miuiik pai   r covert, tu ,ui> one lending 31 one-cent
.1 nui,, t,, ^uvtr .■„„! ul niiiilina only, „r. in Preneli Cloih biiiUinjttul' SO htampa.
Over liSil.tillll copies «( tlii. complel    Pnmily Ooetor l!.,uk «.-rc »ulil in clulk
li.iuliiii .it relular price ol SI,511,        erwards e uud .i lir.ll million copies
here diven away as al„,.u.    A new,   ip*to*dilte revised edition is now ready
l„r inailinit.    Heller send Mitt, before .ill are fiune.    Vddress Woklu's llis-
punsasi Sli,„.,i A. ... i.ii,.. Ii.\. i .em, M. 1)„ President, BuHal.-, N. Y,
lilt.   I'll Kl l.'S    lAVOHII'I     I'KISdlll'TION
'I'H!    ONI.  Ill Mi.DV tor M/omBd'l pec-oliur nllineiltl |flod t-nuutlh
tbut it. tiitil.fr. are nut   alrnid   lu print on   it. olltsllle  wrapper   ita
ever, ioitr.ilieni.   No s.-.-rrt. —No Deception,
THK p.m. m.Mt'.liV lor wonitn whioh oontnina n., alcohol and
nu liiuiii-t',,, ,,ii„i. drugs,    Mndi iron, niitive niedloinal mrcsi runts
ul well <■•>,.,1.1, l,,-,J  ,.„raliv.  value.
PURITy FL
And Its Keeping Qualities
SUMP: people (ind it neceisary to buy a consijerablii quantity
c,l Hour at  une time    sufficient  to lust  fur :t Ion", period,
N.iiunilU they are anxious i" procure .i flour of llio kin I best
adapted to lengthy storage.
There are two important r, as,mis wliy PURITY Fl.OUR
possesses ihese qunlilicn, One i. that it ia made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheal, The other lien in the fin t ilmt Ihe careful
milling nccemary la produce "Purity" absplulcly excludes ull
low-grade particles ol the wheal berry, It's the high grade
Manitoba lltird Wheal I'Tour llial keeps   stands longest storage,
'I lut's "Purity."
ffc ^A "Purity" (lour may cost a linle more,
bill is more thnn ».>111> the diircrence,
Try It,    Wutch results both lot quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Wr.irr.RN t'tsAin Kloih Mil.i.i Co., l.imrin
M Sl. ll.,.„u., 11,,j,,  IIouiihm
Offles, Wiamptf. Mlnlloba
15
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
WATERPROOF
OILED
CLOTHING
will give you full value
for every dollar spent
and keep you dry in
the wettest weather.
EVERYGARMENT
GUARANTEED
WATERPROOF
soiomimm
Tomfrsu«"Oiii.Cio!»i"tCo.mTMomo.C«.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
si,.inn  Hollers nml Kui'iinee Wnt'!
Specialty.
Cost ti ml Stock Estimates
PuvnisliGcl Upon Application.
P.O. BOX 834.
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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xPound!
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Qoofl Discount For Cash
S1MPI£   .. STRONC
\\.   R.   BEATTN
tlntlci'takof,
KlIllilllllliT.
Kiun'i'iil Dii'eclor,
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
:
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On   Baker tteet,   one donr west
nl  Messrs. Hill & Go.,  tin- only
plnce   in   town   ilmt   call   make
life worth living,
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Kuynliu' tiii','litij»a: lliiil 'I'lina-
day in eticli month ni olfrlit
n'l'luck.
SoJoui'iilii|{ I uiniuitiliins tin'
i'01'illully inviti'il.
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Mil   IMF   nFBFnnn   LODGE
Meets, every accontt and fourllj
Wednesday   at   new   Fraternity
♦ Hall.   Sojourlnt)   KcbeKuhs cor*
▼     dtally invited.
X     N.(>. Miiis L,  M. TtiiiiihaiiHiT
• Si'i;.     Mien Man rimpman,
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♦ Rubber  Dollar   Store :
('   W. VANWOHMER, PROPRtRTOit
HANSON AVENUE  •  •  CRANBROOK, ll.C.
We Buy Everything
HORSES, STOVES, new and senond hand FURNITURE,   CROCKERY   nnd  WEARING   APPAREL
WE SELL what we have in stoolt ut prices Hint
will surprise you. A visit to the Dollar store will convince you that we have the goods, and enn save you
til'iy per cent on any poods purchased,
Wc Buy ami Sell For Cash
SIUNT 0mci*timmwsfsm
ALSO SECOND   HAND MACHINES
FOR BAUD   OHHAP AND TO
BUNT,
GEO. B POWELL, Agent I ANCIENT ORDER ','■ FORESTERS
Armatrunif Avenue. ; f'Olill'l' t'HANllltOOK, S9I3
I'hnno IM. Ornnlirnok, It. O. 	
Meet! in Onrmoi'i Hull 2nd nnd lilt
 ■ I    Tliiii'aduy ut pbcIi nn,tit ti ut II |i,ni,
CRANBROOK AERIE 967    "*""'"' A, M„'uwun, ot,w .t,,,,^,
Pa    Ol   Es "   Al  Al,l,l,tl'  Hratntury.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES    V""»w Bwthwi mmle w.icom.,
Moot uvor.v I'rlilit.v ai H [i.in
V Isl tilt ft   llriitiici's  Coi'fllftlli    Invlh'il
i\ w.   i.i'vbh,  w. Presldest
Win.   AniltTHnn,    Bflcr«tary.
Acrle I'li.VMlciiui, |», O, I'.us 1!K. '
Kootenay
Steel
Range
I McVITTIK ,V PARKER
r.i.s. lV c.|,;.
CUANIIROOK, ll.C
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George  R.   Leask  <& Co. ii
BUILDBRS     ;;
ililtl ',',
C()llll'tH.I()l'H        *
I
ami IHhtimatrb
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION z
AM,  KINDS Ol   BUILDING   MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HANI).
The oven door
of the Kootenay
drops down and
provides a shelf
upon which to
rest the pans
drawn from the
oven.
'The door is
.strongly braoed
: and will
MCCLARY5
FOR   SALE   BY I'ATMORE BROS. THK ggQgfggTPB.    CRANBROOK,    B.    ()..   SATURDAY, OCT; iBEB 8, lw9_
PACK   3
No Honing—No Grinding
i
DOES YOUR RAZOR PULL?
IPSO. DISCARD IT AND TRY A  'CARBO MAGNETIC", THE RAZOH WITH THB
PULLING   EXTRACTED -TMI9 RAZOR IS UNLIKE ANY YOU HAVE EVER
USED; I r IS MADE OF THE MOST PERFECT STEEL PRODUCED IN
ENGLAND.    ANO   IS. v'l-RFI!.tfTLY TEMPKM'.Ii   BY OUR
»:xei.i sivi: skukht piteeBss op BLBeTRieiTY.
YOUR  DEALLR WILL  DELIVER TO YOU A "CARBO  MAGNETIC" RAZOR ON
THIRTY DAY!-,'  I
RIAL! WITHOUT OBLIQATION ON YOUR PART TO
PURCHASE.  GET ONE TO DAY I
post on 0, P. It. survey line vrhii-h
Is the western boundary nl tot 4598,
and being tbe Nortb West coi ner „i.si
of tbe Walter J. Abbs claim
tbence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80i chains;
thence north eighty  (Kill  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (BO) chains. ;
to the point ol commencement, muk-
uii.' t',40 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Wehh. Agent.
Walter J.  Abbs,  Locator.
Located July 24, 1909, 36-5
FOR SALE BY   lllh CRANBROOK DRUG & BOOK CO.
LAND NOTIOB.
Notlco Is hereby given that 1, Ueo.
Wilson, uccountant, sixty days alter
dute Intend to upply to the duel
Commissioner of Lnnds nnd Works at
intuitu, tor permission to purchase
tho following described lands in East
Kootenay.
Commencing at a poBt planted at
tho south west corner of lot 5970,
thence running soutli about 50 chains
to timber license No. 21582, thence
east 40 chains, thence north to lot
5970, thence west to place of beginning.
Oeorge Wilson.
Dated August 20, 1909. 35-9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol blast kootcntty.
Take notice that the Crothorfl Lumber Company, Limited, ot urunuruoa,
occupation, lumber company, lutenus
to apply lor permission to purchase
tho lollowing described lands, Commencing at n post, planted at the
nurth west cornet' oi tlniher license
3bii54, thence west torty chains, Uuuut
soutb twenty-live chains, thence cast
lorty chains, thence north twenty liv.
chains to place ol beginning.
crotbers Lumner Co., Ltd.
J. F. Bridges. Locator
Dnted August 20, 1909. HO 9
thonce smith eighty  (80) cbains j
thonco   west    eighty i8Iii chains;
I,, the puint ol commencement, making 1,10 acres more or leu.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Anna K. Webb, Locator.
Located August 3, 1909. 86-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 30 iluy,i
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ot Lauds
and Works [or a license to prospect
fur coul and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, Ilritish Columbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thut is planted at nr near
nine miles east of tbe 41 mile
post ou O, 1'. It. survey line which
is tlie western boundnry of lot 4598,
and being the South East corneT post.
..I the M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chnins ;
thence   west    eighty 180) chains ;
thence sjbth eighty   (K0)  chains ;
thence   east   eigbty    (80) chains ;
to the point o( commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles 10. Webb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator.
Located   August 4, 1909. 36-5
TO RENT.
5 roomed Cottage, clow to    the
new school.   Electric light, water and
'phone    Apply
LOUIS HILTON,
North End Van Home Ave.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District uf Kooteuay.
TAKE notice that I, Oliver Ethel-
bert Barber, ol Cranbrook, occupation chemist, intend to apply lor
pormlssion to purchase the lollowing
described lands:— Commencing at
post planted 60 chains south and 20
chuins east nl tbe southwest corner
ot Lot No. 2378, tbence west 20
chains; thence north 60 chains to
St. Mary's river more or ioss, tbence
down stream to Point due north ol
place of commencement, thence eolith'
^.o place of Commence men-..
Oliver Etbelbert Barber, locator
Dated August 29th  l'i09. ?9
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
niter date, I intend to upply to tbc
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petruleum on the following lands situate lu the District
ot Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
Ave mlee east of the 29 mile
post on C. P. It. survey liue which
is the western lioundury nl lot 459:1,
and being the North West comer post
ol the Louis M. Davenport claim
tbence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (811) chuius ;
thence north eighty  (Ml) chnlns ,
tbence   west   eighty (80) chuins;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres, more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Louis M. Davenport, Locator
Located July 24, 1909. 36 5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, 1 intend to apply tn tbe
Hun.   Chlel   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for a license to prospeel
for coal   and   petroleum on the lol
lowing   lands situate in the District
ol Southeast  Kooteuay,   British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a  post   thut is planted   at.   or  neat
nine    miles    eust    of the    29   mile
post on O, P. It. survey Hue   which
is the western boundnry ol lot 459:).
and being tbe North West corner pust
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence south eighty   (80) ,-liuln- ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains:
thence north eighty  (80) cbuins ;
tbence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 acres, moro or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent,
Oliver Crockett, Locntor.
Located July 26, 1909. 36-5
diaries E. Webb, Agent
Levi t.l Monroe, Locator
.lulj   il, 1909. 86-1
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
and Works lor n license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the lol-
sittiato in the District
UHANHROOk  LANII  DISTRICT.
District ol East Kootenay.
Take notice that Jacob Pius Kink
of crunbrooK, D. c., occuputluu merchant, intenus to npply tor permission to purchuse tbe following den-
cnucd lutnis : Commencing nt n post
pinuted at the southenst corner ol
lot 7317; thonce south 110 chn Inn ;
thence weBt 40 chuins; thonce north
60 cbains; thence east 40 elinlns to
the plnce of tbe commencement.
.Jacob  Pius Fink.
Dated August 20, 1909. 35-9
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
niter date, I Intend to applv to thel|"wlng 'Hnu"  „ , .   „ ,
lion. Chiel Commissioner ol Lands ot Southenst Kootenny, British Col
and Works lor a license to prospect umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
for coal and petroleum on the lol- ° post that is planted at or near
lowing lands situate in the District,llv<> miles east of the 37 mile
ol Southenst Kooteuay, British Col-' l,UBt, °n L- '■ ?• B<'rV6y lln» *hlch
umblu, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut • [« th<! western boundnry ot lot 4693,
post thnt Is pointed at or near '«n0 J,Bl»tS ""> North West coiner post
nine miles    enst    ot    tho 41    mile »'*** Mattie: J, ABBs claim
-     thence south eighty (80) chains
Hi
at  oi
______ lh» 41
post on C. P. R. survey line   which
the western boundary ol lot 4593,
uml being ttie South West corner pust
uf the George Wykes clnlm
thenee north eighty  (80)  chains ;
tbence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (HO) cbains ;
tlieuce   west    eighty (80) chains ;
lu the poiut of commencement, making 6-111 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oeorge Wykes.  Locator.
Located August 4, 1909. 36-5
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains;
thence north eighty  (80) chains ;
thonce   west   eighty (80) chains,
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Mattie J. Abbs, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAI.   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICK
Notice In hereby given that 30 duys
alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lnnds sltunte in the Distriel
of Southenst Kootenuy, British Col
umblu, In Block 4593 : Commencing ut
post, thnt Is planted at or near
one mile east ol the 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
Is tbe western boundnry of lot 4593,
aud being the South Ensl. cornei* post
nl the Kred E. liundull claim
thence north eighty   imii  chnlns ;
tbence   west   eighty (80) cbuins ;
thence soutb eighty   (80)  cbains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chnlns;
to the point ol commencement, mnk
ing 640 acres, moro or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Kred E. Ouoilnll, Locator,
Located July 28, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 3n days
after date, 1 Intend to apply to tbe
Hon. chiel Commissioner ,,f Lands
and Works fur a license to prospect
for coal and petruleum nn the following lands situate m tin- District
of Southeust Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Ulock 1593 : Commencing at
a post that Is plnnteil at or near
seven iniiYs oust uf 31 mile
post on C. P. II. survey liue which
is the western boundary nl lot 4598,
und being tbe Soutb Bust corner pas!
of the Levi 0. Monroe claim
tbence north eigbty  tsoi  chains ;
thence   west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
tbence  south   eighty   isO)   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to tlie puint ol commencementj making t',40 acres, more nr less.
Chnrles 111. Webb, Agent.
Levi o. Monroe, Locator,
Looatod  July 27. 1909. 86-6
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tbut 30 days
after dnte, 1 intend tn apply to tbe
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works lor n license tu prospect
for coul and petroleum on tbe lollowing lands situate in the District I
of Southeust Kootenay, British Columbia, in lllock 4593 : Commencing al
a post that is plunted at nr neurj
nine miles east nl the 31 mile
post nn C. P. It. survey line which
is ttie western boundary ol Int. 4593,
and being the Snutb West coiner pust
of the Kred E. Qoodall claim
tbence   oust    eigbty    (Ml) chuins ;
thenco uorth eighty  (80) chains ;
thence    wt-jsl    eighty   180)  cbuins ;
tbence  south  eighty   (80)  cbuins ;
tu ibe puint nf commencement, mak
ing nui ui-ras, mure ur less.
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Kred E. (luudull, Locator,
Locutod  July 26, 19119. 36 5
COAI,   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Nui ice is hereby given that. 30 days
alter dute, I Intend tu apply to tbe
lion. Chief t'nuuuissiuiier of Lnnds
nnd Wurks fur u license tu prospect
for coal and potroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
of Suiitbeiist Kootonay, British Col'
umblu, iu lllock 1593 : Commencing at
pust lllat is planted ut nr neat-
three mile east nt the 31 mile
post nn O. P. It. survey line which
. thc western boundary of lot 45113,
and being the North East corner post
if thc Walter W. Huy claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  cbuins ;
tlieuce    west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
tbence   north  eighty   (80)   cbuins ;
tbence   east   eighty    (Hitl chnins ;
lo the point, nf commencement, mnk'
g C4n ucrcs, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter W.  liny,  Locator.
Located   July 27,  19119. 36 5
three    miles    eust    ot     the 33 mile
I pust on C.  P.  It. survey line   wnuh
lis the  western  boundary   nl   lot  4593,
nnd being tbe Smith East cornet pot
;o[ tbe Louis ,\l. Davenport claim
i    tbence nurth eighty  isu,  chains;
tbence   west    eighty  180) chains;
thence south eigbty   (80)  chains ,
thence   east    eighty    180)  chains:
to ibe point uf commencement, muk
jing till) acres mure Ol  less.
Churles E.  Wehl,,  Agent
Louis M.  Davenport, Locator
Locntod -Inly 28,  1909. 36-5
NOTICE.
Public Imuilrtee Act,
Notice is hereby given that, sittings
ol the    Commission appointed undet
tho "Public    Inquiries Act," for the
purpose of making inquiry  Into    uii
matters in connection witli the titn
ber resources of tbe province will   be
held at the following points on
dates set opposite em-ii, numely
Vuncouvcr—August 23rd, 24th, 25th.
Seattle—August  26th,   27th,   28th
isamloops—September  7th.
Vernon—September 8 and 9.
He veistoke—September 10 nnd 11.
nelson—September 13.
oianurook—September 14 and 15.
Kernie—September 16.
urund i"'oms—September 18.
uwing to the members of tbe commission having accepted an Invitation
io atiend the    meetings nt tbo First
isauonal Conservation Congress     ol
tbe United States, to be held ln tlie
auditorium of thc Aluskn-Yukon-1'u
clue Exposition, Seattle, Washington,
on August 26th, 27th aud 281b Insl...
the meetings on the lust dny ol   tun
commission in Vancouver, udvertised
for the 26th, and    the meetings    al
New Westminster, August 27ib uud 2k
have been     cancelled.   Arrangement ,
for tbe holdings of meotlngs at these
places will bo nnnounei'd Inter.     The
meeting nt Katnlnups will lie held nn
thc 7th ol September, und nut ut) the
ailih as nrlginully   advertised. Other
wise tbe Itinerary remains the same,
Announcement will be made Inter II
it should be decided tn be necOBsnry
or advisable to llnld meetings ut oth
er pieces,
KltEII .1. PULTON.
Ohnlrmnn
Lauds Department,
Vlctorlu, ll.C, 12t.li August, 1909.
CANCELLATION  OK  RESKRVK.
Notice Is hereby given that the reserve on lot 4,836, G. 1, Kooteuay
District, notice of which bearing dute
nf Kebruary the 3rd, 1909, was published In the British Columbia (lav,
cite ot February 4th, 1909, 1b cancelled, in so (ur as the said Reserve prevents the acqulslon ol said lands by
pro emptors, under the provisions ol
seetlnn 33 ol the Land Act.
ROBERT A. RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner ol Lunds
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., August 3. 1909. 3612
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice lu hereby glveu that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner ot Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate In the District
ot Southeast Kootenny, British Columbin, In Block 4598 : Commencing nt.
a post tlmt Is planted at or near
live mile oust of tbe 39 mile
post on 0, P. it. survey line which
s the western boundary ol lot 4593,
nml being the North West corner post
f the Oliver Crockett claim
tlieuce south eighty  (80) chnlns ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) cbuins ;
tbence north eighty  (8ft) chains ;
thenee   went    eigbty (80) chains;
tn Ibe pnlnt of commencement, making 1140 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locntor.
Located August 3, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE'.
Notion is hereby given tbat 30 days
alter dute, I intend to upply to tbe
Hon. Chiel Commissioner uf Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
(or coal and petroleum ou the following lands situate in tbe District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, lu Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that Is planted at or near
oue mile east ol tho 39 mile
post ou C. P. It. survey line which
is tbe western boundary ot lot 4593,
and being.the South East corner post
I the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
thence nortb eigbty (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence soutli eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  east  eighty   (80) chains ;
to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-8
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date. I intend tu npply t,, the
llou. Chief Commissioner uf Lauds
und Works fur u license tu prospeel
lor coal and petroleum on tin- lol
lowing lands situate iu tlie District
uf Southoast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Hluck 4693 : Commencing at
a post that is planted ut ur near
three miles east nl the 33 mile
post on C. P. It. survey liue which
is the western boundary ol tut s.v.i;!,
and being the South West corner posl
uf the Louis M. Davenport claim
thence   east   eighty    ihiii chains;
tilOltCO   nurth   eighty   (80)   eliuins ,
thence   west    eighty  (80) chaius .
thenee south  eighty   iMii  chnlns;
tn the point uf commencement, unit.
ing 640 acres mure ur less.
Charles E.   Wehh,   Agent
Louis M. Davenport,  Locatoi
Located July 28, 1909. :u; 5
COAL    ANII   PKTItOLKI'M   NllTll.'K.
Notice is hereby given tbat 80 days
alter date, 1 intend t„ upply tu tbe
Hon.   Chiel   Commissioner uf  Lnnds
nil Works fur a license lu prospot t
.ii- cnal and potroloum un the fol
lowing lauds situate in the District
,f Southeast Kootonay, Ilritish on
umbia, in Hluck 4593: Commencing at
pust that is planted ut nr neat
live miles east of the 33 mil.
post nn O. P. R, survey line which
the western buundary of lot 4593,
and being tbe Soutb East corner poi t
t the Hurry C.ffLandeck clnlm
tbence north eigbty  (80) chuins ;
thence   west    eigbty (80i chaius :
thenee  south   eighty   (HOI   ehuins ;
thence   east   eighty     (811)  eliuins ;
tu the puint ni commoncemont, mai,
ing 640 acres mure ur less.
Charles 10.  Wehh,  Agent.
Harry F. Landeck, Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAI.    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Mini 30 days
alter date,   1  intend  lu apply  lu tin
Hun.   Chiel   Commissioner uf Luudt
and   Wurks fur  a license tu prospect
for conl   and   petroleuni un tile Iul
lowing    lunds situute in  tlie  Distriel
ul Southeast   Kooteuay,   Ilritish Col
iiiiiliia, in Hluck 4593 : Coinmonoing at
a   pust   that is plnnteil   at   or   neai
tive    miles    east      gl    the    33 mile
pust  un C.   P.  It. survey  lino   watch
is tlio western boundnry uf Inl. 459::,
and being the South West cornor posl
uf tbe Hurry K. Landeck claim
theuce   east   eighty    (801 ehuins ,
thence  nurth  eighty   |8tli   chuins ,
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ,
thenee south eighty  (80) chnins ;
lu (lie puint uf commencement, mnk
* ig 610 neres mure nr less.
Chnrles E.  Wehh,   Agent
Harry K. Landeck, Locator
Located  July 29,  19119. 86 .".
ig i.ln acres more or less.
Charles E.  Wehh,  Agent.
F,   Charles  Bassett.   Locator.
Located Jnlv 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTIOB
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date.   1   intend  tu upply  to tbe
Hon.    Chlel   Commlasioner uf Lands
and   Works fur  a license tu prospect
cual   and   petroleum on the fol-
LoWing    lands Minute  iu  the   District
I Southeast   Kootenay,   British sJol-
umbia, in Block I5s:i : Oommenolng at
l„,st    thut  is plallled   at   ur   near
seven     miles     east     uf     the   33 mile
pust  un  C.   I'    R.  survey  line   which
the western boundary uf  lot -1593,
and being the Nurth West ctuner pust
f the Maud Bassett claim
thenee south  eighty   (80) chains;
thenee    east    eighty    ism  chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chaius;
tbence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
,, tin- point i,i commencement, mak-
ug 640 acres mure ur less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
.Maud   llussett.   Lucator.
Located  .lulv 29. 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
aftei date. I Intend to apply to the
Hun Chlel Commissioner ot Lands
and Works tor a license tu prospect
lor coal and petroleum un tbe lol-
iowtng lands situate in tbe District
ut Southeast Kuotenay, British Col-
iniiiin, in Block 1598 Commencing at
a   posl    that  is planted   at   nr  near
lie      mile      east      ul      the      35   mile
pust  on c.   1'.   II.  survey  line   which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North Kast curner post
f the Prod  K. Qoodall cluim
Uience   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence south  eighty  < K0)  chuins ;
thence   east    eighty    |80)  cbains ;
thenco  north eighty   (80)  chuius;
tu the puint nf commencement, making t,40 acres mure or less.
Charles E. Weld,. Agent.
Kred E. Qoodall, Locator.
July 30, 1909. 36-5
I.i
COAI.    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given tbut. 30 days
after date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate In the District
ol Southeast Kootenny British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or near
three mile east of the 31 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South East coruer post
ol the Ulysses E. Kehr clnlm
thence north eighty  (80) chuins ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chuins ;
thence   east   eighty   (80) chains ;
to tbe point ol commencement. making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter dnte, I Intond to apply to tin
Hon, Chiel Commissioner ot Lands
and Works for u license to prospeel
tor coal and petruleum on the Inl
lowing lands situate In Ibe District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Col
umbln, In Block 4593 : Oommenolng nl
a post tbat Is planted at. or near
, live miles cast ol the 41 mile
post on C. P. It. survoy Hue which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being tho South Eust corner post
ol the Annn K. Wobb claim
thonce   west    eighty (80) cbains ;
tbence north eighty  (80)  chnins ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) cbuins ;
thonco south oighty  (80)  chnins ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 610 ncros more or loss.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Anna K. Webb, Locator.
Located August 3, 1009. 110-5
COAL ANII I'ETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco In hereby given Unit 30 days
alter date, 1 intend tu apply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner uf LiiuiIh
and Works lor u Hcciihc to prospoct;
(or coal and potroleum on the following lands situute in the District.
nl Southeast   Kuotenay,   British C<
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notice Is hereby given tbut 80days
utter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
[or coal and petruleum on the lollowing lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that Is planted at or near
nine mile east ol the 39 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line wbtch
lu thc western boundary ol lot 4598,
nnd being tbe Nortb West corner post
of tho Oeorge Wykes claim
tbence south eighty  (80) cbains ;
tlieuce.   enst   eigbty   (80) chains;
Uience north eigbty (80) cbains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains
to thc point ol commencement.
Ing 640 ueres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent
Oeorge Wykes, Locator.
Located  August 4, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Landi
and Works lor a license to jirospect
lor coal and petroleum ou tbe lollowing lands situate In the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, io Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east ol the 39 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary ol lot 4598,
and bolng tho Soutb West corner post
ol the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
tbence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty (80) chains ;
thence   went   eighty (80) cbains ;
tbence south eighty  (80) cbains ;
to the point ol commencement, making C40 acres more or lees.
Chui'les fi. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Locutod August 2, 1909. 36-5
COAI,   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 dny.-
ufter date, I Intend to apply tu tb,
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lund,
and Wurks for a license tu prospect
fol' coul anil petroleum un the ful
lowing lands situate in the District
nl Soutbonst Kootenny, Ilritish Col
umblu, In lllock -1593 : Commonclng nl
Charles   13.   Wehh,
Located  July 27, 1909.
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
alter date, I Inteud to npply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands
anil Works lor u license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds sltunte In the District
ol Southeast Kootenuy, British Ool-
umblu, ln Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that Is planted at or near
three mile east ol the 31 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is tho western boundary ot lot 4693,
and being tbe South West comer post
ol the Ulysses E. Kehr claim
thence   oust   eigbty   (80) chains ;
tbence north eigbty  (80) chains ;
thence   west,   eigbty (80) chains;
Uience south eighty  (60) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 64(1 acres, more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator
Located July 27, 1909. •«•«
COAL ANII PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given tbut. 30 days
alter ilate, ] inteud to apply tu the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner ul Lands
nnd Works fur u license tu prospect
for coal and petroleum on tbe following lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Col
umbia, in Hluck 4593 : Commonclng at
u post thut Is plnnteil ul or near
three mile east ot the 31 mile
post on O, P. It. survey line which
is tbe western boundary uf lot 4593,
und being tbe Nurth West coiner post
nf the Charles E. Webb clnlm
thence  south eighty   |80i cbuins ;
tbence   east   eighty    (80) cbuins ;
tbence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
tbence   west    eighty  (801 ehuins ;
;o the puint of coininoncoment, inuk-
ng 610 acres, more ur less, i     ..   .    ..   . ,     ,    ,   .
     Locator I"  '"'sl   t'mt in Plunted
311 uSCvon    miles    eust    nf
 1—! I post on C.  P.  ll. survey
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given that 30 days
after dute, ) intend In apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lunds
ami Works lor n license tu prospect
for conl and petroleum on the lol
lowing lunds situute iu the District
of Southeast Kuotenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ul
n post that is planted ut nr near
five mile east, uf the 31 mile
post on O, P. II. survey liue which
is the westci'u boundary nf lot 4593,
and being tbe North East corner posl
nl the Charles E. Webb claim
thenco   west   eighty  (80) chnins ;
thence south eighty  (80) chuins ;
tbence   east   eigbty    (80) cbains ;
thenee north eighty (80) ehulns ;
tn the point ol commencement, mak
ing 640 ueres, inure ur less.
Charles E.  Webb,  Locator.
Located   July 27,  1909. 36-6
COAI,    AMI   PBTROLBUM   NOTICE.
Nuliee n. hereby given that 30 days
after date. I intend tu apply to the
Hnu. chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license to prospect
fur conl and petroleum un the following lands situate in the District
ul Southeast Kootonay, Ilritish Columbia, in Hluck ir,93 : Commencing at
pust that is planted at or near
one mile enst uf tbe 35 mile,
pust un C. P. It. survey line which
is the weslein boundary ol lot 4593,
un! being the Nurth West cut ner post
if the Prod  E. Qoodall claim
thonce  south   eighty   (80)   chains ;
tlicure   enst    eighty    (80)  chuius ;
thence nortli eighty  (80)  chains ;
Ihenee   west    eighty   (80)  cbuins ;
iu tbe point ol commencement, making 640 ni-i-es mure nr less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agent.
Kred  K. Qoodall,  Locator.
Located Jnlv 3D, 1909. 36-6
at   >
the
11'
:::; tulle
__^__^^_^^b.^_^_»        which
tlie western boundary ul Iul 4593.
and being tbe South East corner posl
,,f the til-urge Wykes cluim
thence  nurth  eighty   (801   chuins ;
thence    west    eigbty   180)  ehuins ;
thence  south   eighty   (80)   eliuins ;
Uience   enst   eighty    (80) eliuins ;
i the puint nl commencement, mnk
Ing obi neres more or less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agent
Oeorge Wykes,  Locator,
Located  July 29, 1909. 80-6
COAL   ANII  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notico is hereby  given  that   30 duys
niter date,   I   Intend  to apply  to tbe
Hun.   Chief   Commissioner uf Lands
and   Wurks tui  a license tu ptuspect
for coul   und    petroleum  on  tbo fol-
lowing    hinds situute  in  the  District
uf Southeast   Kootonay,   British Columbia, in Hluck 4693 . Oommenolng at
ii   post    tbut is plnnteil   ut   ur   near
three       miles     eust      uf     35      mile
pust  uii O.  I'.  It, survoy line   which
Is ihe western boundary ol  I'd 4593,
und being the Nurth Blast cornor pust
f the  Wm.  M.  liulwits claim
Ihenee   west    oighty  180) chains ;
thenee   South   eighty   (HO)   chains ;
tbence   eust   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thonco   nurth  eighty   (80)   chains ,
u the puint nf commencement, making 610 ncres inure nr less.
Chnrles E.  Wehh.  Agent
William M. Outwits, Locator
Locntod July 30, 1909. 36-5
muk
;lt;
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
CIIANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Enst  Kootenay, Southern Division
Take notice that Wuller B. McPar
Iniui ol Crnnbrook, B. C, occupation
merchant, intends to apply for permission to purebnse the following des
allied lauds : Commencing nt n post
ui „u„u..»«»»   ,,     plunted about 10 chuins north ol the
umbia, In lllock 4598 : Commencing nt | southeast    corner ol lot 8436
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hnn, Chlel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commonclng ut
a post that is planted at or near
three mile oast ol the 39 mile
post on C. P. ll. survey line which
is the western boundary nl lot 4598,
and being the South East corner pust
of the Walter W. Huy cluim
thence north eighty (80) chuins ;
tbe'ice   wost.   eighty (80) chains ;
thenco Houth eighty  (80) chains ;
tbence oast olghty (80) chuins ;
to the point of commencement, muk
ing 640 aqres more or lesn.
Charles ft. Webb, Agent.
Wulter W. Hay,  Locator,
Located August 2, 1909. 36-6
41
ncur'oust
mlb
u   post   thnt Is pinuted   at
five    miles    onst.    ul    tbo
post on C. P. It. Biit'voy Hue   which
is tho western boundary nf lot 4593,
and being thc South West corner pout
ol the Antm K, Webb claim
thonce north eighty  (80)  chnins ;
thence   east   olghty   (80) chains ;
211
^^^^^^^^ thence
hiiinii ; thence south 20
chains ; thenco eust 20 chains; thence
south 50 chains; thence west 40 chains
theuce nortli 70 chains to the place
ol commencement, containing 24(1
acres more or less.
Wulter Bruce McFarlane.
Dated, July 24th, 1909. 34-9
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
Notice Is herehy given thnt 30 duys
alter date, I Inteud to upply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works Inr a license to prospect
(or coal and potroleum on the fol
lowing lunds situate in the Dlstrlcl
ol Southeast Kooteuay, Ilritish Ool
tinihiu, In Block 4693 : Oommenolng at
post that lu planted ut nr nenr
five mile eust ul the 31 mile
post on C. P. II. survey line which
is tho western boundnry nl lot 4693
and being the South East corner post
ol the Ulysses E. Fehr clnlm
thenco north eighty  (8ft) cbuins ;
thence   wost   eighty (80) cbalnu ;
tbence south eighty  (80) chain,; ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chain,i ;
In the puint nt rumtnencemenl, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent,
Ulysses E. Kehr, Locator,
Located July 27, VMM. 36-5
COAI,    AND  PETROLEUM   NoTtOK
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt 30 duyii
alter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner nl Lnnds
and Works lor a license In prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lol-j j,| ~the Levi (I
lowing lauds situate in the District,
of Southenst. Kootenuy, British Columbia, ill lllock 4593 : Commencing at
a  post   that Is plunted  at.  or  near 11„ the point ol commencement, mak
three   mile)   east    ol    the   29 mile I Ing 640 acres, more or less.
Notice) Is hereby given that 30 days
niter 'laic, I intend to npply lo tlie
Hnu. Chief Oiiiiiiulsilunor ul Lands
ami Works fur a license to prospect
Inr coul ami petroleum nn lite ful
lowing lands iiiliiule In the Dlslrlcl
ul Southensl. Knolenny, British Cnl
iimlilu, In Block 4593 : Commencing ul
n prist Unit In plant ed at nr mm
live mile east nl the 31 mile
print nn 0, P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
uud bolng the South West corner post
Monroe claim
Ihenee   east   eighty    (8111 chnlns ;
thence north eigbty  (80) chnlns ;
thence   went   eighty (80) chains ;
thonce south eigbty   (80)  chnins
COAI,    AND  I'ETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is horoby given thnl 30 duys
niter date, I intend tn apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner nf Luinls
nml Works Inr a license tn ptuspect
lor coal and petroleum un the tnl-
loWing lands situate in the District
ot Southeast Knotenny, British Col'
umblu, in Block 4693 : Oommenolng ni
n pust tbut is planted nt ur near
live mile east, ul the 31 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary uf lot 4593,
mul being tbo Nortb West cm net- post
ol the Charles E. Webb claim
tbence snutb eighty  (Mi)  cbuins ;
Uience   oust   eighty    (8ft) chains ;
tbence  nurth eighty  ihiii  cbains ;
tbence   west    eighty (80) cbains ;
iu Hie point nf commencement, mnk
lug 64u acres, more or less.
Chnrles  It,  Wehh,   Locntor,
Located July 27, I'.ioii. 8C-B
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTIOB,
Nutlet, is horoby given that 30days
ufter date,   I   intend  In apply  tn the
Hun. chief Commissioner of Lunds
uml Wurks fur a license iu prospeel
ful- cnal and pctiiih-iuii un LIlo lol
lowing l.unls sltunte in the District
,( Southeast Knotoiiny, British Cnl
in ul. in. In Hluck 4593 : Commonclng nl
u pnsi Ilmt is planted at nr near
ilevetl miles east uf 31 mile
pust un c. P. It. survey line which
Is tbe western boundary uf lot 4593,
nml bolng the North Eust collier pool
nl Ihe  Wuller  .1.  Abbs claim
Ihenee   west    eighty isiii chains ;
Ihenee sniiih eighty  (80) chains .
I hem l-    emit    eighty    (80)  chuiiis ;
Hici  north nighty isoi chains ,
iu tin' polnl nt commoncomont, mak
nn' 610 acres inure ut less.
('buries E, Webb, Agent
Willi ii  .1. Abbs, Locator
Located July 27, 1909, 36-!
Notlco is hereby given Unit. 3(1 days
after date,   1  intend to apply  to tbe
Hun.   Chlel   Commissioner uf Lunds
und   Wurks for  a license tn prospect
(nr coal   and   petruleum un tbe Inl
Inwing   lands situate in the District
uf Southeast   Kootenay,  British Cnl
militia, in Hluck 4593: Oommenolng at
u   post    that is plunted   ut   or   mai
seven     miles     east     nl     tbe   33 mile
post nn O.   P.   It.  survey  line   which
is ibe western lioundury uf lot 4593.
and being the South West curner pust
uf the Oeorge Wykes clnitti
thence   east,   eighty    180) ehuins
theuce nurth eighty  (80)  chuins
thenco   west    eighty  (80) chnlns ;
tbence south eighty   ism  cbuins ;
tu the puint uf commencement, muk
ing i,In acres more or less.
Cbnrles B. Webb, Agent
Qeorgo Wykes.  Locator
Located July 29, 1909. 30-6
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE
Notice is horeby given tbut 80 days
ufter iluie, I intend In apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner nf Land
uml Wurks fur a license tu ptuspect
fur coal and potroloum un Die ful
lowing lands situate in the District
ul Soutbonst Kootonay, British Col
umbia. in Bluck 4593 Commencing ut
a pust that Is pluliti'il at ur lain
line mile eusl ut the 33 mile
pust. un 0. P. It. survey Hue which
in the western boundnry ul Int. 4593,
und being the Nurth Easl corner posl
uf the .Inmcs D. Lowmnn claim
tlieuec   went   olghty (80i chains ;
thence south eighty  isii) chaina ;
I heme   easl    eighty     1801  eliuins ;
Uience north eighty  (80) ehuins ,
lu Ihe puint  uf cuininenceinent,  mail-
IOAL     l.VIl   I'l'.TKI ILEUM   NOTICE.
Nuli,-,- i.s hereby given Unit 30 days'
niter  date,   I   intend  lu apply  tu  the
Hun.   chief   Commissioner nf I.amis
uuii   Works lor   a license to prospect
(ur cual    and    petruleum  on  tbe  loi-
,wing    lands situate in  tbe District
f Soutbonst   Kootenay,   British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Oommenolng at
post    Hint  is planted   at   or   near
three       miles     east     nf     35      tulle
post un 0.   1'.  II. survey line   which
is the  western   boundary  of   lot  4593,
anil being tlie Nurth West corner pust
ot 'he Wm. M. Qulwlts cluim
thence south  eighty   18O1  chains ;
thenee   east   eigiity    (80) chains ;
thence   nurth  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
tu the puint ut commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Ouiwlts, Locator
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby glveu thnt 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hun. Chiel Ciimmlssiuner of Lands
and Wurks fur u license to prospect
fur coal and petruleum on tbo following luinls situate in tbo Distriel
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, tn Hluck 4593 : Cummenclng at
a pust that is plunted at or near
even miles eust uf tbe 35 mile
pool un 0, P. II. survey line which
is the western butindnry ol lot 459:t,
anil being the North East corner post
nf the Bert  E. Palmer claim
Uience   west    eighty (80) cbuins ;
thence  south  eighty   (60)   chains ,
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
Ihenee   north   eighty   (80)   chains ;
tin- point uf cummencement, making 640 iieios mure or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Heii   E   Pnlmer,  Locator,
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
lug 610 ncros mure or less.
Charles E. Weld,, Agent
.iiniies li   Lowmnn, Locatoi
Loculed July 28. 19(10, 111, I
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTIOB,
coAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICM.
Notlco is hereby given thai 30 days
|niter tlnto, I Intond tu upply tu the
Hun.   chief   Commissioner uf Lands
und    Wurks lor   a  license  lu prospect
fur conl   nnd   potroloum un the [ul
I..nun'    lands sltunte In the Dislrlrll
ui Southensl   Kootonay,  Hriiisb Col
iiiublu, in Bluck 4593 ; Commonclng nt
u  pust   tbut is plnnteil  nt  or  nenr!
seven    miles    enst     uf    the   33 mile
Nollce is hereby  given Hint 30 dnys | Post on  0,   P.   It.  survey   line    which
utter date, I intend to applv in tbo!Is the western boundary ul Iul  4693.
Hull.    Chiel   Commissioner uf Lands nml being the Nurth Enst corner post
niul   Wnikn fur  u license lu prospectW fhe P.  Chnrloo Hansen
Inr coul   ami   potroleum un the lol-1   Uience   wool    eighty  180
CUAL
Nutii
after tlnto, I
Hi,II      Chlel     Ol
nml   Works for
fur coul   nnd   potroleum
loWfttg     lauds  sllllilte   III
,,1 Suuiheiisi   Kootonny,
illllhlt, lu Hluck 4693
li    post    Ihnl   is pluliti'il
even      miles      I I      ul
pust un O, P It survey line which
is the Western hulinduly uf lul 4593,
unit being tbe Nutth West cut ner pust.
uf  Hie   Hell  K    I'nlmcl   claim
ANII  PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
i, is herohy given that 80 days
Intond iu apply tu tho
iiuiiSNliinei   ,,f   Lauds
n   llconso tu piuspect
i,ti   tin-   lol
the District
Ilritish Ool
umuii'iiclng at.
at i ir near
ihe 36   mile
Inwing lauds situate in the Distriel
nl Southeast Kuotenay, British Columbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post   that it planted  at  or  near
  Inn
it    eigbty iho■ chains ,
thonco south eighty  (80)  chuins ,
theme   onst   eigbty   (80) chains ;
tbence north eighty  («0)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak-
LIiciii'b su'iiii olgbty
(*0)  ohnliu ;
thonco  i'ui4<  nighty
inn) chains ;
Hh'iu- itr u.Klity
(80)  chnlnfl .
thence   we>;i   eighty
(HO,     Clllilllri   ,
t<> thi' point ol ijomn
encemeut, muk
ing bin acres mon nr
leas.
Churles E,  Webb,   Agent
Bert   E.   Pnlmer.   Locntor
Located July 29. las'*. 86-5 PACK   I
THE PRQBggOTOH,   CnANIlltOOK,    B.   C,   SATURDAY, OCTOIIBR i, 1909,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Easl Kuotenay.
COAL
ANU PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.|aud being the North Kast cornoi pi
j of  the  Anna   K    Wehh claim
itICOAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
Take uotice     thai
Leask,   occupation
intend     to   apply
purchase one liiindi,
ui    lnud,   bounded
Nollce is  herehy  given that 30 day
after dute.   1   intend   to  apply   tu  the
I, Auue Melville | Hon    chiel   Commissioner of  Lands
married woman, and   Works fur  a license t>, proBpect
lor permission in L   coal   and   petroleum on the lol-
l and sixty acres lowing lauds   situate in the District
Hows: Com ;,,f Southeast   Koutenay.   British Col-
menclng at s post planted at tlu'jiirnliiu. in Hluck 4593: Commencing at
southeast corner ol lot 843S, ami a ,„,st that is planted at or near
thence 48 chains west, theuce south 40 ai,,, ,„,ies east ol the n mile
chains   thence east   I" chnlns, thence p0St  „„ C.   P.  II. survey line   which
is the westeru boundary ol lot  4593,
land being the Nurth Bust corner pest
jut  the olive  H. Twitchell claim
llienee  smith  eighty   (80)  chain:
urth
Dot!
tn chains.
Anne Melville
Leask, 1
locator.
II.
Melt,hi,
Agent.
,1  August 21st.
1909.
COAL.    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE. I
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
after date,  I  intend to apply to the It
ih.n     Chiel    Commissioner ol Lands li
ami   Works tor   a license to prospect
for   coal   and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands    situate in the District
ul   Southeast   Kootenay,  British Col :	
umbia, in Block 4">h;i   Commencing at  COAL
a   post    that is planted   at   or   near'
three    mile    east    ol    the   41   mile
post "ii C   P.  It. survey line   which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner posi
nl   tbe Harry F. Landeck cluim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80) chains;
thence   west    eigbty (80) chains ,
thence south  eigbty   (80)  chains;
tn the point of commencement, mak
inn G40 acres more or less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agent
Hurry   K.  Landeck,   Locator.
Located August 3, L909. 36-5
[   thence   west    eighty  (80) chaint ,
thence  nortb  eighty   (8QJ  chnins ;
I   tbence   east   eighty    (80) eliuins ;
[to the point of commencement, ma
a.  1140 ueres more or less.
Charles K. Webb, Ageti
Olive ll. Twitchell, Locate
Located   August  4. 1909. 3tj
Nol
after
ll.tu
and
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chlel Commisslonei of Lands
nml Works for a license to prospect
im nml and petroleum on the following lands situate In tin- District
of Southeast Kootenuy, British Columbia, in Ulock 45H.J : Commencing at
u post tlmt is planted at or near
three miles eust oi tlie 21 mite
post, on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
uf the  Charles E.  Wehh claim
theuce  south  eighty   (SO)
thence   east   eighty    (80)
thence  north  eighty   (80)
thence   west    eighty   (80)
to the point of commencem
Ing  640 acres, more or less.
Charles   E.   Wehh.
Located   July   20,   1909.
chains .
chains
chains ;
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
il.ui. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum on the [nl
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles easl oi the 23 mile
pout on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the James I). Lowman claim
theme east eighty (NO) chains ;
thence nortli eighty (Hill chains ,
thence west eighty ihuj chains ;
thence south eighty (SMj chains !
to the point of commencement, mak "
lug 640 acres, more or less.
Charles K.  Wehh,  Agent.   !'
James It.  Lowmnn,  Locator.  '
Located  .Inly 20,  1909. 36 r. :'
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is herehy given thai 30 days'
ufter date, I intend lo apply to thei
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds •
and Works for u license to prospect .
loi coal and petroleum on the fol :
lands situate in ihe District
ea..i Kootenay, British Col j
menclng at i .
AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
ice is hereby given that 30 days
date,   I  intend tu upply  to the
• 'hi-'!   Commissioner ol  Lands
Works for  a license to prospeel
(or coal   and   petroleum on the following lands    situate In the District
of  Southeast   Kootenay,   British  Col
umbia, in Block 1593    Commonclng at
a   post   that is planted   at   or   neai
three    mile    east    of    the   *i   mile
post   on   C.   !'.   U.   survey   hue    which
i- the western boundary ol  lol   4593,
and being the Soutb Bast coiner post
Of    the   Harry   Iv   Landeck   claim
thence   west    eighty   (80)  chains .
thence north eighty  Iv,»'  chains .
thence   east   eighty    (8Qj chains ,
t hence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
tu the point of commencement, mak
ing i'l" acres more or less.
Charles E. Wehh. Agenl
Harry  F   Landeck,   Locatoi
Located August 3, 1909. 16 S
COAL   ASH    PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby -•■-. en i bai  30 las •
alter date,   1  intend to apply  tn the
I [on.    Chiel    Commissi inei   ■ A   Lands
and   Works for  a license to prospect
for coal   and   pet:.ileum on the  U I
lowing    Lands situate in the  Disi rid
..I Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, In Block 1593    ' 'omtii ■■
a   pnst    that Is planted   ai   or   neai
three    miles    east     of     the  11  mile
past  on C   P   k   survej   line   whii h
is the western boundary of lot  4593,
and being the Soutb Kast cornei posl
of   Anna   K    Webb's   claim
thence  north eighty   ISO)  chains ;
tlieuce   west    eighty   < SO j  chains
tlieuce  smith  eighty   (SOj   chain* .
thence   easl   eighty    180) chains
I., tbe point of commencement,  mak
oil' i, lu acres, more or less,
Charles  K.   Webb,  Agent
Anna   K    Webb,   Locator
July 22. 1909.
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty t,M)i chains ,
thence east eighty (SOi chains ,
thence uorth eighty iSOj chains ;
to the point of commencement, making  i.ln acres, mure or less.
Charles   K.   Wehh.   Agent
Anna   K.   Wehh,   Locator.
Located July 83, 1909, 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 day*
after date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. chiel Commissioner of Lands
ami Wurks for a license to prospect
loi coal and petroleum un the fol
lowing    landa situate In the District
of Southeast    Kooteuay.    British Col
umbia, in Block 4698 Commencing at
a   post   that is planted   at   or   near'
three miles east ol the 21 mile
post ou C P. R survey line which
is the western boundary ol loi 4593,
and beiug the North Easl corner pout
ot   the   Charles   Iv   Wehh   claim
theme   west    eighty (3GJ chains
thence  south  eighty   180)  chains ,
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ,
I hence   north   eight)   (80)   chains ,
o the point <>i commencement, mak
Ing 640 acres, more or less.
Charles   K    Webb,   Locator,
Located   July   20,   1909 3B-5
cual    VM>   PETROLEUM NOTICE
k^m^&f
j    .Notice is hereby given that 30 days j
I after dute, I intend to apply to tbe
Hon.    Chiet   Commissioner of Lands'
and   Works for   a  license  to proupect j
for coul   und   petroleum ou tbe lollowing    lauds situate in  tlie District j
ui Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col- I
niiihiu, in Block 4593 ■ Commencing at]
a   post   that is planted   at   or   near j ^	
one    mile    east    of    the    21     utile. ***********************
post  ou 0,   P.   H.  survey   liue    which
Is the western boundary uf lot 4693.1 o    %        ai i     e        ■ • i i -■* .,        rr*      „    rw       ■
ana being the south East corner posi Sale oi Laiuls tor I npaul laxcs in the rort Steele Assessment  District,
of the Bert E, Puluiei claim
Province of British Columbia
Tax Sale Notice
tbence nortli eighty istli chuius ,
ilieiict   west   eights  180) chains;
thence south clghtj  (80)  chains .
thence   enst   eighty    ism chuins ,
to tin' point "t commencement, mus-
1   1IKI1I0HY  (IIVH
NOTIOH]
inn HHi acres more or let.a.
nt   House,
Chnrles B. Webb, Ani'tit
forenoon, a!  the <',"
lien  E.  Palmer, Locator
list lii'ii'itiiillir -.nt oil
i, ui tin' p
Located Jul) 31, 1908                3C D
sinii persons on tlio
81*1  ilay
,,, i,      iun   ,.,.',',„,i mnsi   v.,'m,'i.>
advertising said mhU*.
11    111,1    SI
Ih
hour  nf   ten o'clock   in  the
Auction,     tho lands in tbe
COAL AND PETBOLEUM NOTIOH
n Tuesday, 12th of October, A.D. 190m at tbe
Oranbrook, B, 0., i shall offer for Kale ut Public
■sons ia Mm said list hereinafter set out for delinquent tuxes unpaid hy the
f December, 1908, and for interest, routs and expenses, Including the font of
ner paid,
Notice is bercb)  given thai   todays
alter   .late,   I   Intend   to   apply   to   t lie
Iiitti i'luci Commissioner ol iianda
ami Works [oi a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lauds situate Ln the District
..i Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia   ni Block 1593    Commencing ..t
a    post     that   is planted    al    or    neai
one     mile     east   of     the    21     mile
post ..u c.  P.  It   survej   line   u bleb
is ihe  western  boundarj  ol  loi  4593,
and being the South West corner post
ul  Alice G   Chick's claim
thence   east    eight}     180
I bent e  no) th eight)   180
; hence   west    elghl j    R0
tbence   south  eighty    80
to the point oil commencement, mak-j for
ing i ti' acres, more oi less
Charles B. Webb,  Agent
Alice c,   ' hick,  Locatoi
Iul]   K     1909. .>,-
Notice is hereby given ilmt 30 days
after date, I iniuud to apply to the
Hon    Chief   Commissioner of Lands
and    Works for   a   license   lo prospect j
lot  coal   ami   petroleum on tbc fid !
lowing   lands situate in the. District
ol Southeast   Kootenay.   British Col
umbia, in Mock 4893 . Commencing at
a    pOSl     (hal   i- planted    al    or    ueni
one    mile    east     ol     the    37     mile
post on C.  IV  li   survey  hue   which
is the western boundary ol lol 4B98,
and being the South West coiner post
t.i the Deri E   Palmer claim
i hence   east   eighty    (.80) chains ;
ihence north eighty   (SOi  chuius ,
theuce   west    eighty   180)   chains ,
thence south eighty   (80)  chains .
io the point of commencement, mak
Ing 640 acres more or less
Charioa R   Wehh, Agent
Hen   K.   Calmer.   Locator
Located Jul) 81, cm:' 36 B
OAL    IND PBTROLBUM   NOTICK
chains .
Notice is
chains ,
.oter  ilate.
i ii.un
lion     Ohiel
chains ,
and   Works
bji given tlmt 30 days
item) to apply to the
iinuussioiier of Lands
a license tu prospect
and petroleum on the lol
lowing lauds situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Muck 4693 : Commencing at
a pust that is planted ai or near
three    miles    east     oi     the 21 mile
COAI.    \M>   PETROLEUM  NOTICE. \\
Sotn vi
late,   I   intend  I
Hon     Chiel    Commits
an -   Works ■■     a llci i
io
10 days
t.. the
Lnnds
spect
Located
COAL   AM
Notice i> herehy glvi
after date. I Intend I
Hon. Chlel Commies
and Works for a lice
for cat and pctrole
lowing    lands situate
lowinj
ot   So,       	
uml,in, m Mock  l!   	
a    posl     thai   is planleil    at    oi
three      miles      easl    or   the   33
post   on   C.   P.   K    survey   lute
is the  western  boundary  ol   lot
out  Doing Ibe North  Kast   cine
.BUM  NOTICE I
en that 30 days
ply  to the]
ol  Lands
,. prospeel
.a  the  fol
m^__m^m^mmm_m__ I"''  l>i*"'ict
,,|  Southeast    Kootenay.    Ilritish Co]
tmbia, in Mock 4593: Commencing al
,   posl    that  is planted   at   or   i*.ii
mu mile east of the -7 mile
posl on C. p. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being tho North West coiner post
til   Ihe   I ml  W.   linker claim
Ihenee east eighty (80) chains ,
(hence south eighty (80) chains ;
thenee west eighty (80) ehuins ;
tlieuce north eighty is»i ehuins;
i the point of commencement, mak
ig litu ueres, more or less,
Charles K. Wehh, Agetil
I mini w.  tinker, Locator.
Located   July S3,   1909, 36 5
(oi   coal   and   petroleum on the fol- J
iwlng lands situate in the District
nl Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, us Block 4593    Commencing at I
a   post   that is planted   at   or   near
Ibree    miles    east     ol    the 27 mile
post .ui c.   P.  I:, survey  line   which
is the western boundary ol  lot  4593,
and being the South West coiner posl j
f the Anna K.  Wehh claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ,    ;
rhence   north   eighty   (80)   chains ;
theuce   west    eighty  (80) chains ;    j
thence  south  eighty   (SO)  chnins ;    j
to the point of commencement, mak
til* G40 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agent
Anna K Wehh, Locator
I July 22, 1909. 3G ."
.t on C.  p.  It. survey line   which
the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South Kast corner pnsi
f the Joseph S. Danner cluim
thence  north eighty   tSOi   chains ;
thence   west    eighty   I.NU)  chains ;
thence south eighty  (Nth chaius ;
ihenee   east   eighty    (80) chains;
to the point ot commencement, making H40 acres more or less.
Charles E,  Webb, Agent.
Joseph S.  Danner, Locator,
Located July 31, 1909, 36 ,r»
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE,
Li
near
mile
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
I).
f ihe Jan
Ihenee    west
thenee    south
theuce    east    i
theuce  north
o  ihc point  of
an
claim
Notice is hereby glvon that
alter   dale,   I   intend   to  appli
I i.m     chiet   Commissioner .
ml   Works for  a license to
■in day.-
to the
Lauds
Sped
ilghty
i Ighty
ighty
ilghty
comiii
I.ln
de
Li
i, im • * i- or
Churles K
James   I).   LoV
led   July   211.   191
istii chains
(80) chains
(Kin ehuins
1801 chuins
ncoment, m
less,
Wehh,
man,   I
Agent.
.Clltol'.
.ti, fi
TICK.
0 days
to the
Lauds
to prospeel
ou the lol
the District
Ilritish Col-
umcnclng ut
COAL    ANU   PETROLEUM  N
Notico is herehy given thai
after date,   1  intend to apply
Hon     chief   Commissioner ol
Miid   Works fur   a licenst
loi   cnal    ami     petroleuu
lowing    hinds situate in
ol Southeast   Kootenay,
iimhla. in lllock 4593 .  C.
a   post    that  is planted
three     miles     east     of     the  36  mile
post   on  *'.   |'.   u.   survey   line    which
is the western boundary ol  lol   1693,
and being the South Must corner posl
of Oeorge 13, Kleury claim
ihence north eighty (80) chuins ;
'hence west olghty 180) chains ,
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
thence east eighty 18") chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing ti4ii ncres, mure or less,
Charles 13   Wehh,  Agonl
G -ue R   Floury, Locator
Located    Jill]    81,    1  .i" '..
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK,
Notice In hereby given thnt 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tho
ll.ui iinei i'ommlsslonei ol Lands
and Works foi a license to prospeel
lor coal and petroleum mi the fol .
lowing lands littiate In the District
.,i South easl Kuotenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4693    Commencing nt|
ha coal and petroleum ou the fol
lowing lauds situate in tlie District
ni Sunt beast Kootenay, Ilritish Col
umblu, in Muck 4693 : Commencing at
il post that is planted at or near
three miles eust ol the 2\ mile
post   on 0,   P,  It. survey  line   which
is  the   western  1 ndaiy  ol   lot  4693,
and being the South West corner posl
ul   the   Charles   K    Welti,   claim
thence    east    eighty     (80)   chains ;
llienee  north  eighty   (80)   chains ,
theme   west    eighty  (80) chains ,
thenee   south   eighty    (80)   chains ;
lo the point uf commencement.  mnl(
Ing 040 ncros, more or less,
Charles   K.   Webb,   Locator.
Located   July  20,   L"309. &fi 6
COAL    \Nli   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
None., in herehy given thnt 30 days
.■nei date, I Intend to npply to tbe
Hon     Chlel   Commissioner of  Lnnds
and
oleum
post
tlu
tin
>l)St    "11   C     I
s the  westei
ud being the
i Sarah Smith
thonce   woet
..nth
license to prospect
the   lo]
the  District
Ilritish Col
mmoncing at
at   oi   neai
.■asi     ol    the 26 mile
It, survey line   which
boundary ol  lot   1593,
North East cornor posl
claim
(fht)
phi lite
I h.uli
thenc  south  eight)   (SOj  chain   .
thence   easl   elghl v    (8 tain
thence  north eighty   i )0)  chain.- .
p..im '.I commencement. mnl
i. p.
hat If
less.
K     Wehh,
Smith.   L
ad  July  21,  190
Agent
.cat., i
that
one
lie
post    oil   C.    P
is the western
and being the
of the  Cbarlei
thence  north
I hence    wesl.
theme    HOUtl
h planted
Sl    i
It.
th.
E
the point
iidarv ..I
h Kast i
Wehh   cl
eighty (80)
eighty (Sin
eighty i kii,
eighty ihui
f  cmiiiencen
icres, more or less
Charles  E   Wehh,
I   July  23,   1909
or   near[t u
:     mile     \
:     which   air
nt   1693,  Ho
chains ; < ,,i
challts , '■ an
chains , ,,
'ii',   mnk | thi
ro\L   AND   PETROLKUM NOTICE.
. ami PETROLEUM NOTICE
ice is hereby given that   10 day
date    I   intend   to   apply   to   the
Chi - Commhwionei ol Landa
Works for ii license to prospeel
.nl and petroleum on th.- fol
.- lands ornate in the Dlstrlcl
nth east Kootenay, Brltii h Col
i, in Ulock 1593    Commencing m
I      thnl   Is   planted    nt     Ol     ieai
miles      east    of   the   23       mile
mu c p h Biirvey lino which
■ wesiern boundnry of lol 4693,
viiir the South Easl cornei post
i Jame, li   Lowmnn clnlm
COAL   AM>   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
Liter dale, 1 intend to apply to I be
.Ion, Chlel Commissioner of Lunds
und Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing binds situute In tbe District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia. In Block 4593: Commencing at
i posi that is planted at or near
otic mile east of the 27 mile
post ou C. P. It. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and helllg the North Kast collier post
of  i lard  W.  Baker's claim
thence  south  eighty   Cd>i  chains;
tbence   wesl    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence  north  eighty   |80)  chains ;
Ihenee   east    eighty     (80)  chains ;
io the point of commoncomont, mak-
<utr UP) acres, more or less.
Churles E. Wehh,  Agent.
Leonard  W.   Baker,  Locator.
Located   July   22,   1909. M-a
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that .'Id days
after dnte, I intend tu apply to the
Hon, Chiel Commissioner of Lunds
and Wurks for a license to prospect
for cuil and petroleum on the following lands situate in tbo District
ol Southeust Kuotenay, British Columbin, in Block 4593 : Coiumcncln? ut
a pnst that is planted nt or nenr
three miles cast ol the 27 mile
post on C, p. It. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4.193,
and helllg the North Wesl corner post
ol the Anna K.  Wehh cluim
thence south  oighty   cu)j  chains ;
thence   east    eighty     iHOi  chuins ;
thence  nurth  eighty   i*"<   chuins ;
thenee   we.-t    eighty (mil chuins ,
in th.- p..mt  ol commencement, mak'
um 640 acres, mure or less.
Chnrles  K   Wehh.  Agent.
\nna  K.  Wehh,  Locator.
Locnted July 22. cum, :,i; r.
COAL ANU PBTROLEDM NOTIOB,
Notlco Is herehy cjveti Hint 30 days
attei date. I intend to apply tu the
11.iii i hiet Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license tu prospect
for coal am) pel ioleum un tbe following lands sltunte in the District
..I Southeast Kootenuy, British Col-,
, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
i that is plained nl nr near
i ii.- on t of the 27 mile
ii C P, It. survey line which
western boundary ol lot 4693,
Ing the North Ka.J corner pi
M, Wayne Twltcholl claim
;   Notice Is hereby given that 30 dnys
| after date,   1   intend  to apply  tu  the
; I Ion.    Chief    Commissioner  of   Luinls
and   Works for  a license to prospect
j fur coal   and   petroleum on tbe fol
\ lowing    lands situate in  the District
of  Southeast Kootenay,  British  Ool
I imbln. in Block 4693 : Commencing nt
|n   post   that is planted   at   or   near
three    miles    east    ol     the 37 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey liue   wbi. !i
is the western boundary of lot 459:1,
and'being the South West corner post
of the James D. Lowman cluim
Ihenee   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point ol commencement, muk
ing f.40 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
James D,   Lowmnn,  Locntor.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
MinM.
	
five
post
is tin
uml I
of th.
Ihct
thei
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tlmt 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to thc
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license to prospect
lor conl ami petroleum on ibe following lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenuy, British Columbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted nt. or near
live miles east of tho 37 mile
pnst on 0, P. R. survey lino wb>h
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the South EuHt corner post
of the James D. Lowman claim
tbence north eighty   (80) cbains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
theuce south  eighty   (80)  chnlns ;
thenee   east   eighty    (80) chnins ;
lo the point nf commencement, making mu acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
James D. Lowman, Locator
Located July 31, 1909. 3C-5
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111' I'KIIH
un ABSBBfimn
Am,,1,1. i
Inill'ge
Douglas,
ilr,,mi'
Douglas,
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l.-'llli'.   Si
'I'l IK  1.1 WT  A HI IV K MRNT10NBD
sinillT DESCRIPTION OF PRO
I'KH'I'Y
DBLINQOHNT TAXES,
Taxes Sobool tutsrsBl Cost & Total
Unit's
I.nl   1.7
Kootonaj Dis-
Qxpansfis
..I.i
llowartl, Mibrey v.
roup nil
ii'ii't, no acres 	
,i R80G, Oroup one, Kootenay District, 160 acroa 	
,l,ol Tins, Qroup one, Kootonay nin-
trli'l., ltili acres 	
. .I.nl. 6204, Oroup una, Kootenay Disi
trict, 77 neres 	
...I.nl 2380, Oroup line, Kooteuay District, 22 acres 	
I.ol. 3064, Group one. Kuotenay district, 1105 neres	
Lot 3069, Oroup one, Kootenay Dis
trict, 86.5 ueres 	
..Siil, Lot. 17 ol Lot 4691, Croup one.
Kootenay  District,   860 87 1110
acres 	
.Sub Lot 24 of Lot 4602, Croup one,
L         Kootenay   District, 163 03-100
acres  	
7.1,8
4.811
3.90
3.60
4.110
54.40
24.30
88.66
21.20
1.83
r, in
38
$2.00
10.03
.22
2.00
7.02
.18
2.00
6.11
27
2.00
5.87
.18
2.00
6.18
'.11
8.00
62.14
50
■i. no
25.20
09
2.00
94.66
55
2.00
21.75
Baled ut Oranbrook, B. 0.,
Tth dny of -September, A.B.,
ALFRED, 0, NICLSON,
Deputy Assessor and Collector.
seven    mile
|IOSt   (111   0.    I
st  ui    the
R.  survey   Ii
is the western boundary of lot 4551:1,
aud being the North West eoiner post
of tbe Win. M, Uuiwits claim °
thenee   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thenee  south  eighty   tKOl  chuius ;
thenee   west    eighty  1,80) chains ;
thence  nurth eighty   (8tl>  eliuins ;
Lu the point of commencement, mak
ing mu acres more or less.
Charles K.  Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits, Locator
Located  July 29,  1909. 3(i-,r.
30   mile and being the North Kast corner post
0   which of ihe Bert K. Palmer claim
theuce south eighty (80) chains;
tbence. west eighty (80) chaius ;
thence nurth eighty (80) chains;
thenee east eigbty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 04u acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert. E, Palmer, Locator,
Loeuted July HI, 1909. 30-5
COAL
COAL    AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
____„—,    Notice is hereby given that 30 days
AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE. I ufter date,   I  intend to apply to the
mmmm1tmtmtmtmtmtmtmtmmmltm Hon.    GMoi   Cumniissioner uf  Lands
Notice is hereby given that 30 days mi[   Wll,.|iH [or  u Uceose to pruspect
after date,  I intend tu apply tn the l(|,. coal   ium-    petroleum on the fol-
Hou.   Chief   Commissioner »j( Lauds | jowt0g    lamlis situate iu the District.
,'Kl
eighty
iwn
null
eighty
IHIII
tsl
eighty
IMII
,11 ll
eighty
IMI|
chnlns ;
eliuins ;
chuius ;
 chains ;
lolnl  ol comnii'iii crueiil, mult
ncros, inure ur less,
Charles  I*:.   Wehh,   A it,
,\l   Wayne Twitcholl, Locator
.i July Mii, mon. :n;-r.
o
lllll'l ,
II,,11
nml   n
l,,i   rill
lowing
nl Son
iiinlilii.
I   nml   potniln
I.,i,
:m
ni.iv ti
•I    ol    I
i,, pro
nil   III,
Ihe
mul,.
l| t
lol
I hill
then
then
then
,, tin
ottli
lituntc
IH.-itr
ihI, r
ol
ii,il    K,„,li'iiiiy,	
Block 4693 Commencing nt
i< post thnl in plnnteil nt nr near
lliiii' miles ensl of the 21 noli'
I,,.-1 on 0, r. It. survey line which
is Hie western Imitntlary nl lol 4693,
nml being Ihe South Knsl cornor post
of  Hie Charles It.  Wobb clnlm
tin'   ninth olghty  IMii  chains ;
thonco   wost    olghty  ihiii .-Inilns ;
thonco south olghty  ihiii chains ;
thonco   nisi   eighty    (80) elm Ins :
to ihe point of commoncomont, mnk.
ini: llln ncros, more or less
r.hnrloB  IU.  Wehh,  Locator,
, III,,11' III
'Inn lis   R
lost
W,
'hi.
ly  20,   I'mt
tin.
COAL
Not ii
alto
I lol
and
\NM   PETROLEUM V
Is herehy given thnl  :
i  Intend to npply
Located   July 20, 1909.
date.   I   Intend   tu   apply   to   Ih
chlel Commissioner ol Land
Works f.u a license to prospect
lor conl and petroleum nn the foi
loWlnfl lands situate in Ihe District
of Moitlheust Kootenay, British Cnl
iimhia. in Block ir.M Commencing at
il    posl     thut   is planted   ut    or   near
t in i o    miles    ensl    of    the ::7 mile
post   on 0,   P.   It, survey  line   whirl
nlm' '"'"*! IOAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
'ham. , Notlre i hereby riven thnt nn duys
'''■■"I aftei dnte l Intend to npply lu the
chains; ;|,,n <io<-i Commissioner of Lunds
chnlns;   I nnd   Worki  foi   a llconso in |nonpecl,
'<>'   mas   i,,,  ,,,1,1   nnd   potroli  on the tni
lowlne    lands sltimtc in  Ibe  Distriel
Agonl    of Honthensl   Kootonny,   British Ool-
'"'■•'•<■'' | umbln, ni Block Ifi98   CnmmonclnB nl
3G fi In   post   ihui Is blunted   m   or  nonr
five    miles    ensl     nf    Die 27    mile
TB'K, I,,,,,,,   ,,„ r    [■    k   Hiirvev  line   which
western boundnry of Inl  4593,
uii.'  the North  West  miner pi sl
Olive II   Twitchell clnlm
c   ensl    eighty    (Kb) ehuins ;
e  smith  eigbty   (HO)  chain
1 I   -
11>   the
Old    III
if the
(hem
then.
Ihenee   wesl    eighty   |H(I| chains ;
thenee  north eighty   (Hu>  chains ;
io the point of commoncemont, mnk-
Init Mb neres, more or less.
Chnrles  E   Wehh,   Ai-ent.
olive ii. Twitchell, Locator
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is he-jtfby given that .todays
alter date, I intend to apply tu tho
linn, chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
tor coal and petroleum on the following lnnds situate lu tbe District
ol Southeast Kooteuay, Rritlsb Columbia, in Block 4,rd*;t : Commencing at
n post that is plnnted at or near
live miles east ol tho .17 mile
post on C. V, It. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lol 4!ilj:i,
uud being the .Mouth West curner posl
if theWnlter W. Hay claim
thenee north eighty   (SU) chains,
thenee   east   eighty    ihoi ehuins ;
thenee south eighty   (80)  ehulns ;
ihenee west eighty (HO) chains ;
o the polnl nf commencement, mnk
ug Mil ueres more or less.
Charles R. Webb, Agent.
Walter W.  Hay,  Locator.
Loeuted July HI, IflOtt, 311-5
OOAL   ANB I'ETROLEUM  NOTICK.
und Works tor a license to prospect
for coal uud petroleuni on the fid
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4fln;i; Commencing at
u post that is plunted ut or near
nine miles enst of tho 37 mile
post on 0. V. U. survey Hue which
is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
und being the South East comer post,
of the Bert. K. Palmer claim
theuce  north eighty   (80)- chains ;
thence   west    eigbty  (Kb) chains ;
thence soutb  eighty   (80)  chains ;
'thence   east   eighty    (.SO) chains ;
tu thc puint nf commencement, muk
ing Mi) acres more or less.
Oharles B. Webb, Agent.
Bert E. Palmer, Locator.
Located duly 29, XWi. 811-5
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbat 80 days
ufter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiet Commissioner of Lands
und Works lor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
ol Southeust Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4598 : Commencing at
a post thnt is planted at or near
one mile east of the 37 mile
post ou C. P, R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being the North Kast corner post
of the Joseph S. Danner claim
tbence   west    eigbty   t.811) chains ;
thenco south eighty   (80)  chains ;
tbence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thonce nortb eigbty   (K0)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making (140 acres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
Joseph S. Danner, Locator.
Located duly 31, 1909. 3(1-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that. 30 days
after date, l inteud to npply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospeel
for coul and petroleum un the fol
lowing lands situate iu the Dlstrlcl
of Southeust Kooteuay, Urltish Col
limbln, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted nt or near
ouo mile east of tbe 37 mile
post on C. 1'. 1(. survey line which
is the western boundary nf lot 4593,
and being the Nortli West, corner post
of the Joseph S, Banner claim
thenee   eusl    eighty    (8U) chains ;
thenee south eighty   imi»  chains;
thence   west    eighty  (SO) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the polnl of commencement, making 040 acres inure or less.
Charles E.  Wehh, Agent.
Joseph S. Banner, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 3d-!
IOAL   ANB  PETROLEUM  NOTIOH
Notice Ik herehy given thnt. 30 days
after date, I Intend tu apply to the
Hon.   Chiet   Commissioner of Lands
uf Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post thnt is planted at or neat-
nine miles east of the 27 milo
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being tho North East corner post
of the Olive 11. Twitchell claim
theuce   west    eigbty  (801 chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chaias ;
tbence   enst   eigbty    (80) chains ;
llienee  north eighty   (80)  chains;
to tbe point of commencement, making 15411 acres, more or less.
Chnrles K. Webb, Agent.
Olive H. Twitchell, Locator.
Located  July 20, 1909. 38-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NotlCO is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal aud petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4..',i;i : Commencing at
ti post that is plauted at or near
nine miles east of the 27 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ul lot 45li3,
und being tbe Nortli West coruer post
of tbc Willinm Denner claim
tbence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tbence  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
tbence   west    eighty  (80) chains;
Ihenee  uorth eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point uf commencement, umk-
ing i;in acres, more or less.
Chnrles B. Webb, Agent.
William   Deuuer,   Locator.
Located  July 2(1, 1909. 30-5
Notice Is hereby given that 30 duys | and   Works [pr^ajlcemw to tjroapwt
after date, I intend to upply tn the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal atul petroleum on the Inl
lowing lands situate In the District
of Soil th on Hi Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing nt
a poHt thai Is planted at or nenr
seven mile enst of the HO mile
posl 'in 0, I1, R. survey line ,vhlih
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North Kind corner post
of the Wm. M   Httlwil.s claim
thence   wesl    eighty  (80) chuins ;
llienee south  eighty   (80)  eluiiiis ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) cbuins ;
thonce north eighty   (HO)  chnlns;
io tbe polnl of commoncemont, making 1140 acres more or lens.
Charles ft,  Webb, Agent.
willinm M. Oulwiis, Locator
Located .lulv 29, 1909. 3tr5
3fc-5|ls the  Western boundary of lot 4093,'    Located July 22, 1909.
COAL   ANB PETROLEUM  NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after ilate,  I  Intend  lo apply to the
Hon, chiei Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for cnnl und petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situnte in the District
ol Boutl sl Kuotenay, Rritlsb Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
30-5 a  post   that la planted  at  or neai
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situute in the District
of Southeust Kootonay. British Columbia, in Block 459:i : Commonclng at
a post thnt. is planted ut or nenr
seven miles east of the 27 mila
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary nl lot 4593,
and being the Nurth West cm her post
of tbe Beit E. Pulnier cluim
thence   eust   eighty    (Kill chains ,
thence hoiiMi  eighty   (80)  chuius;
Ihenee   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
then urth eighty   ihiii  chains ;
to the point of commencement, muk*I]
lug 040 acres, nmre nr lean.
Ohurlcn K,  Webb, Agent.
Bert E.  Palmer, Locator.
Located   July 2(5,   1909. ;U5-5
COAL    ANB   PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notice In hereby given Hint 30 (lays
after dale, I Intend to apply In Ibe
Hnn. Chief Commissioner id Lands
and Works fur a license tu pruspect.
for coat and potroloum on the fol*
lowing lands situate In the District
■f Southeast Kooteuay, British Col
umbln, In Block 4598 : Commencing nl
post thnt is planted at or near
three miles east of the 37 mih-i]
post, on C. P. R. survey Hue   whlcU
COAL    AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICK.
Notico is hereby given that 30 days
alter dute, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
uml Works fur a llconso to pruspect
fur coal and potroleum ou tbo following lnnds situute iu the Dlslrlcl
ul Southeast Koutenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing at
u pnst Hint is planted ut or near
ouo mile eust of (be 29 mile
post on 0. P. It. survey line which
is tbe western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South Eust corner post
ot tbe Virginia E. Llttlelleld claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains;
, tbence   west    eighty  (80) chains;
thenco south eighty  (80) chains;
thonco   oust   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
to the puint nf commencement, making 040 acres, mure or less.
Churles B,  Webb, Agent,
Virginia   E.  Llttlellebl,  Locator.
Loeuted  July 23, 1909. 3(1-5
thence south eighty (80) cbains ;
thence east eighty (80) chuius ;
theuce north eighty (80) chains ;
thonce west eigbty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making (540 acres more or Iosb.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William  Denner,   Locatue.
Loeuted July 31, 1909. 30-5
COAL   ANB  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given tbut 30 days
alter date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Wurks for a license to prospect
for coal uud petroleum nn the lollowing lands situate in tbe District
of Southeust Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Bluck 4593 : Commencing at
a post thut is planted ut or near
live miles east uf tbo 37 milo
post on C. P. R. survoy lino which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being tbe North Bast coruer posi
ol' the Mattie J. Abb's claim
theuce south eighty   i»oi   chains ;
tbence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)   cbains ;
thenco   east   eighty    (80) chaius ;
to the. point of commencement, making 010 acres more or Ions.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Mattie J.  Abbs,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. *   8(1-5
COAL    ANB  PETBOLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given tbat 30 duys
alter date, 1 inteud to apply tu the
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal nnd petroleum on tho following lnnds sltuuto In the District
uf Southeast Koutenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593: Commencing at
a post thut is pinuted at or near
three miles oast of tho 29 mile
pust on 0. P. R. survey lino which
is the Western boundary of lot 4593,
ami being the South East corner post
uf the Waller J. Abbs claim
thonce  north eighty   (80*)  chains ;
tlieuce   west    eigbty  (80) chains ;
thenee  south  eighty   (80)  cbains ;
thonce   east   eighty    (8l>) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 04u neres, more or less.
Chiirlen K, Wehh, Agent.
Walter .1.  Abbs, Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 30-5
coal    ANB PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB,
Notice in hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend In apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works fur a license to prospoct
for coal and potroloum mi Ibe following lauds situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia. In Block 4593 : Oommonolng nt
post thnt is planted at or near
Ihroe miles oast of the 37 milo
post on 0. IV It, survey lino which
is tbn western boundary uf lot 4593,
and being tbo Nortli West cornor post
is the western boundary of lot "im¥ ot the William Denner claim
CUAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given that 30 duys
nftor dale, I intend to apply to tbo
Hou. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal uud petroleum on tbe following lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commonclng at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles enst of the 29 mile
post un 0, P. R, survey line which
is the western boundary uf lot 4593,
and being the South Wost corner posl
of tbe Wulter J. Abbs claim
theuce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce nortb eighty   (80)  chaius ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
theuce south eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point ol commencement, making 040 seres, more or loss.
Chnrles K. Webb, Agent.
Wulter  J.  Abbs,  Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 3(i-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM NOTICK.
Notice is hereby givon that 30 days
ufter date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a llconso to prospect
for coal uud petroleum on tbe lollowing lunds situate in tho District
ot Southeast Kootonny, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that Is plunted at or neai
five mles east of tbo 29 mile
post uii 0. P. R. survey lino which
is the western boundnry of lot 4598,
and being the Booth West cornor post
of the Susan 11.  Erye claim
thonce   easl   olghty    (80) cbains;
thence uorth eighty   (80)   chains ;
thetlCQ   west   eighty  ihiii  chains ;
thonce smith eighty   (80)   chains;
tn the point uf commencement,. making 1540 acres, mure or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agont.
Siisuii  B.  Krye,  Locator.
Loculed. July 24, 1909. 30-5
OOAL   ANB PETROLEUM  NOTIOH.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
ulter dute, 1 Intend to apply to tbo
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum on tho following lands sltuuto in tho District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbin, In Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post, that, Is planted at or nuui*
nine miles east, of tbo 39 mile
post on C. P, It, survey lino which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Smith West, corner pnst
nf the Levi O. Monroe claim
tbence   oust   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty  (fill)   chains ;
thonce   west   eighty  (811) chains ;
thence south eighty   (him  chains ;
to Ibe point of commoncomont, making (540 acres, luore or less.
Clitirlcn K.  Webb, Agent.
Levi  (I.  Monroe,   Locator.
Loeuted  July 20, 1909. 2(1-5
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District id East Kootenay,
Take notice that I, Hurvoy Hough-
bind, of Crnnhrook, it, c, occupation
Rancher, Intend to apply for perm in
slun to purchuse the following     dos-
wihed lands:  Oommonolng nt a post
planted 20 chains west of she south
oust cornor of lot 5247; thonco west
20 ehulns, thence south 80 chnlns,
Ihenee oast. 20 chnlns, tbence north
80 chuius.
Harvey  Hniighlurid.
Dated July 15, law. 29-9 THU PROSPECTOR,    CHANimnoK.    ll     IV,   SATURD \V. OjTniiBIt 8, 1'
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FERNIE FREE PRESS.
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wont to
Ferule lutH marketed     'It'
apple cfoli.    Tim  product
Hpokiui,'.
Tim bo-Horn lor tlio Power llniimi
hIiiiiiIiI arrive in tlio uoumo nl n low
iluyH und wi' niny expect tlio domes'
tiouliiil IlKhtnlnn to Im ili'livi'ii'il ul.
tho lump nr motor noloi'S Oetobor
hit:; tni'ni'il tin' collier.
A oonplo 'if local nlmi'otla mistook
tlio click nl n hyilninlii' niin ni'iir
Hand Crook (or tlio iiiil.'i' ol n, wild
imuHi ami caroliilly uiniim! thc w
mint. Tlioj Miculiril up on tho tin
Kimpi'i'tliiK ram nnd woro propnrliis
to dlsotiargo Bomo ounces ol loud Into tlio most vital np,,t when they got
next. 11111111 l« sotting Boai'so when a
Hy. rum l« In dnntlor. ol roolostntloh.
CRESTON REVIEW
A timber lli'o tlmt win, notlcotl on
tlio townslto tin! Inl'i! purl. ii! tliia
week wuh Irom tlio oloni'lng ol land
on Hit! Wntnun rnnoli.
The now Bchool holme lum boon
painted green, wo urn Inloi'itiod, upon
tlio peraonn! request nl Prod. I.lttlo.
Wo notlco. In tho lual. iHtuio ol the
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old irloiid Turn Oavln, riding in an
automobile, Kvltlontly an oloctlon
In approaching whon you soo Btrllto
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lor a positive systom ol thought, ol
| political ccniioiny, ol statesmanship,
creative ol conditions conducive to
the highest development ol human
Iuippliies8.
Tho work nl this Hocicty Is to co-
oporutc with othor I'eace Hnciotles
throilgliout the world,   In showing.—
(I) That Peace promotes prosperity uml advancement;
Vi) Thnl the Pence ol tho world Is
iii the hands nl the People,
(III That the wnrld's progress towards International Peace bus
brought us within night nl all Inter-
national Tribunal, whereby International ttlfliTcnci's may ho adjusted by
mi International Court ol Justice.
, I) Tlmt the present Is a titling
occasion lor directing the eyes ol the
winI,I tn tlie condition ol Canada,
consequent on nn unbroken Century
nf Ponce,
The fiinudlun Pence and Arbitration Booloty therefore submits to the
Canadian public tho following petition Inr tho signatures nl nil who
lavor tho Socloty's alms.
Such public coniniemnt'ution ol the
linppy conditions thnt have thus prevailed between Canada and thc
United States, with the resultant
benefits to tho two countries, will,
it. Is hoped, also serve ns no object
lesson to the world us to the Inllu-
once nl Pence upon humun progress,
und accelerate the arrival ol the
lime when International dirlorcnras
inuy be settled, nnt by the arbitrament ol the sword, but by upponls
In international Courts ol Justice.
The Society dOtilroH thnt every Cic
nmllnii tuny hnve nn opportunity nl
signing ihls petition, und to that
end hopes tn be able to urrunge lot-
its genornl distribution throughout
tho country. Hut ns the cost ol this
work will noccHsurhily be very considerable, It would appeal to those
who sympathise witli tho movement
to send money contributions to tho
freiisiiier, Win. Greenwood Ilrnwit,
'ii King St. West, nr to the secretary at lliinilt|uarters, SH Onlloge
Street.
Sinned nn liehnll ol theSoclety,
WILLIAM MIILOCK, Prealsent.
0. S. KIVY,   Secretary.
Toronto, 10th Sept.,   M09.
Tho Ca'iodian Poaen and Arbitration Society.
The arguments In Invor ol ponce
attract little attention when peace
prevails, aro likely to lie tloomotl un
patriotic a nilil rumors' ol war, und
at nil times are rogardod ns weak
and unsatisfactory by mniiy 'vim see
In them only a nogatlvo proposition,
Nevcrtlieloso pence   principal:. Stand
EDITORIAL COMMENT
Schriater Another Think
Mr. Collingwood Schrieber is mistaken 11 he thinks for n moment that
the people of British Columbia will
ever consent to the importation of
Asintics to build the Cirnnd Trunk
F'nclllc railway through this province
—Nelson News.
What Else Could Be
Wait till Ilritish Columbia is heard
(rnm nn that proposition to bring in
other than white labor for the G. T.
P. mountain section. The scheme
will be knocked higher than u cocked
hat.—Saskatoon Phoenix.
To Dr. Cook
COAL    AND  PKTIiOLKUM  NOTIOB.
Nntico is hereby given that 30 dnys
after date,  1  Intend to npplv cn tiie
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner nf Lands
and   Wnrks lor  u license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on inc. lollowing lnnds    situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, Urltish Columbia, ia Illnck tf,'.i:i : Cnmmencing ut
a   pnst   that iu plnnteil   nt   or   near
three    mile    oust    nf    tbe    III!   mile
post on 0. P, It. survey line   which
I is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
Hind' being the South West corner p,,st
of tbe Wnltcr W. Huy clnim
'.   thenee   east   eighty    l»u» chains ;
1    thence  north  eighty   (80)   eliuins ;
!    thence   west    eighty   I SO)  eliuins ;
thence south eighty   (SU) chains ;
to the puint nt' commencement, mak
ing tittl neres more or less.
Charles H. Webb, Agent.
... Wulter W. Huy, Locntor.
Located August 2. 19011. 3(1 f,
Boston Globe:   Dr. Cook,   w
you   our     udmlratlnn.     You
i give
are a
brave mnn, which nobody enn -deny.
And to show you what tbe bias of
opinion is, we believe, because you
are an Anierienn, thnt you did—because ynu sny you did.
Strawberries Net
it. J. Wlgen, whoso fruit ranch is
on Duck Creek, in the Creston District, on the Crow's Nest railway,
has sold $4,0011 worth nf strawberries
ln one year frntn a patch nf three
ncres. He estimates his net profit
ut over JH80 per acre.
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice, is hereby given that 30 days
alter tlnto, I Inteud to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
| und WorkB for u license to prospect
I lor coal ami petroleum on tho following lunds situate iu tlio District
ni Southeast Kootenay, Hellish Columbia, In Ulock lr,!l;i: Oommouclng at
a pnst tlmt is planted tit or near
ono mile east ui the i'l mile
post on O. I'. II. survey line which
Is the wcsicru boundary ol lot l!i!«,
and being the North West cm nei post
uf the itul'iis ll. Shorblirno cluim
tlieuce   oast   olghty    mm chnlns ;
thence south eighty   (SOI  chnlns ;
tlieuce    West    eighty   mm  chums ;
Uience north eighty (Ml) chains ;
to tlie point ol commencement, mnk
lug 1140 ncros mule ni less.
Charles 10,  Wehh, Agent,
llufus H. Sherburne, Locntor,
Locntcd August 3, 1909, ;ni;,
Methodist Church.
(Sunday, Oct. 3rd.)
Morning nt 11,   Children's Service.
Alternoon nt 3, Sunday School und
llihlt' Clnsses.
Evening nt 7 E. L. pruyer meeting.
Kvenlng   ul 7-311   service us usual.
Tuesday, Oct, Mb Epworth Lenguo
ut 5. p. m., under charge nl Missionary Committee,
Thursiluy, (let. 7th Mid-week service ut H.   p. m.
Friday, Oct. 81b Choir practice
nt 8.   p. m.
I'resbyterian Churoh
i Sunday, Oct., 3.)
At 11 o'clock the Lord's Supper
will be celebrated.
At 3 o'clock, Sunday Bchool nnd
iiihlc class.
Evening service at 7-30. At the
recommendation ol the General Assembly, the qtiestlnn of the union uf
the negotiating churches will bo dis
cussed.
On Friday evening nl this week a
pre-eommunlon service will be hold
ut Ihe church at 8 o'clock, nt which
new members will be received.
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbut 3U days
alter tlato, 1 intend to npplv tu tbc
Hon. Chief Commissioner nf Lunds
and Works fur u license tu pruspect
for coal und petroleum on the lol-
lowiug lands situate in tho District
of Sotitlioust Kootenny, Hritish Columbia, in Hluck 4,193 : Cnmmencing ut
a pnst that is plunted ut or nenr
live mile east ol the 39 mile
post on O, P, II. survey lino which
Is tbe western buundary nf Int. 459:1,
ami being thc Snutb East corner pnsi
of the James S. Dunn claim
thence nortli eighty (80) chuins ;
thence   wost    eighty 180) chains ;
thenco south eigbty   (80) chuins ;
thonce   east   eighty    tun, cbains ;
to the point nl commencement, milking i'Iu acres moro or less.
Charles E.  Wehh,  Agent.
James S. Dunn, Locator!
Locntod August 3, 1909. Sli-li
COAI,   ANII PBTROLBUM  NOTIOH.
Notice Is hereby given thut :in dnys
alter date, I Intend tu upply to tne
lion, chief Commissioner nf Lauds
ami Wnrks fur a license tu prospoct
for coal and petroleum nn the Iul
lowing lauds situute iu the Distriel
of Southeast Kootenuy, Ilritish Ool
umblu, In Hluck l.vja: Oommenolng al
a pust that is pinuted nt or nenr
live mile easl of the 39 mile
post nu 0. P. R. survey line which
is tho western lioundury nl hit 4698,
und being tbe South West curner post
nl the .Inines S. Dunn cluim
tbence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;
thence   eust   eighty    (811) chnins ,
thence south eighty   (80) chuins ;
I   thence   west   eighty (K0) chnlns ,
to the puint uf cninmonoement, making Mil ueres moro or less.
Churles E.  Wehh,  Agent.
James S. Dunn,  Locator!
I atcil Augusl. 3. 19119. 30 G
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT      GOAL.   AND I'KTIIOLEUM  NOTIOB.
District nl Kuuteliny.
 o—-
TAKIU notice thnt I, Edwnrd El-
well, uf Oranbrook, occupation Ileal
Bstnte agent Intends tn npply lor
pormlssion to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commonclng nt a
pust plunted nt tlio Intersection ol
tbo enst bnunilnry nl Lot Nn. 331
group t with the south bnunilnry ,,(
uf the right ul way nf the llrlllsh
Columbia Boiithorn rnilwny, thence
south 00 chnlns; thenco enst 20
chnins; thonce south 30 ehnlnii;
thenee emit 40 chain,; thence nurth
110 chnlns mure or less to the south
ern hoiindnry o! the Ilritish Columbia Southern rnilwny right nf wny;
thence following snld southern bniin
Jury westerly 110 chains mure ,,r less
tn the point nf commencement,
Edward Elwell, locator.
Dated September 31st 1909. 39
Notion Is hereby given that 3d dnys
ulter dute,   1   inteud  tu npply  In tile
Hon. chief Commissioner nf Lunds
uud Wurks [nr u license tu prnnpoct
fur conl uml petruleum oil the inl
inwing lunds sltuuto in the District
uf Snutheust Kiintunuy, Ilritish Cnl
unihin, in Hluck ir,'.i:i: Commencing nl
ii pust Hint is plunted ut nr near
one mile enst uf the 39 mile
pust nu O. P. It. survey lino illicit
in the western bnunilnry nl Iul  IMS,
and being the Nortli Bust corner i I
uf the llufus II. Sherhurni! claim
thenco south eighty  (Kill chnlns ;
tlieuce   west    eighty (KO) chains ;
thence  north eighty  (KO)  chnlns ;
thence   eusl   eigbty    ihiii chnlns ;
lu the point nf commencement, muk
Ing 040 acres mure nr less.
Churles 10.  Webb.  Agent.
RuIiib 11   Sherburne, Locator,
Located August 2, 1909. 30-9
COAI,   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICM.
Notlco is herehy given Ilmt 30 dnys
alter ilate,  I Intond to npply tu the
Hun.    Chlel    Commissioner  ol   Lands
uud   Wnrks for  a license tu prospeel
lor coal   uml   potroloum on the following lunds    sit lln to in the District
of Soutboast Kootenny,  Hritish Col
timbin, iu Hluck 4593 : Oommenolng ut
pnst   that is plnnteil  at   nr   nenr
three    mile    ensl    ol    the    39   mile
pust un C.   P,  R, survey  line    which
the western boundary ol lot 46911,
und bolng the North Enst cornel' pi st
if the Ruins ll. Shorburne claim
thence    west    olghty   (K0)  chuins ;
thence  south  eighty   (KU)   chuins ;
thence   enst   eighty    (KU)  chains ;
thence  north  eighty   (KO)   chnins ;
to the puint of commoncemont, mnk
ng MU neres more or less.
Churles 18,  Wehh,  Agent.
llufus H. Sherburne, I ntor.
Located August 2, 1909. 811 i
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thnl 80 days
ufter tlnto, 1 Intend to upply tu the
Hnn. Chief Commissioner ui Lunds
uud Wurks (or u license to pruspect
conl nml potroloum mi tbe lol
lowing luinls situute iu the Dlslrlcl
ol Southensl Kuotenay, Ilritish Ool
Ida, iii Hluck 459:1: Commencing* nl
u pust that is planted ul ur new
three mile east ol the 39 mile
pust un O, P. K. survey lino which
Is ihe western boundary ul lot 4898,
and being the Nurth Wool cornor posl
ul the tHirer Orockott clnlm
thence south eighty   ikiii  ohnlns ;
tbence   eust    eighty     lHOI  chains ;
Ihenee  mirth  eighty   (80)   chuius ;
thence    west    eighty   (HO)  chains ;
tn the puint uf opmmonoomont, mnk
'ng MU ueres llluce nr less.
Chniles 15,  Wehh,  Agenl.
Oliver Orockott, Loeutor,
Located August 2, 19011, 3(1 5
COAI,    ANII   PBTIiOLIOUM   NllTICK.
Notice Is horoby given Ihnl 80 days
utter tlnto, I Intend In upply tn the
Hnn. chlel Commissioner nf i,u,nls
und   Wnrks im- ii license in prospeel
Im  conl   uml   potroleti u Hie ful
Inwing lands   situate in Hie Dlstrlcl
nl Soiil.housl   Kootonny,  Hritish Cnl
iiiitltlu, in Hluck 4593 : Commencing nl !
u  pnsi   Hint Is pinuted  ut   ur  nonr
liv lie     oubI     ,,l   the     89     mile
PoBt on C P. It. survey line which
Is the western boundary ol Inl 4593,
ami being tbo North Bast curner post
uf tl liver Crockett  claim
Ihenee  suiilli  eighty   IKD)   cllulllfl ;
thonco   west   olghty ikiu chains ,
Ihenee  north  eighty   I KID   ehulns ;
tbence   ensl    olghty    (Kill  chnlns ;
tu the puint ut commoncomont, muk
Ing Mil acres Ulule nr less.
Cballes 10.  Wehh,   Ag	
Oliver Orockott, Locntor
Located August 3, 1999. 36-5
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. i" -'ml Vii '■ President,
Calgary, Alberta,
Please send me nil Facts pertaining to youi lands in B. C,
Desk i.i
IN THOSE DAYS
all people were not learned in reading, BUT NOW
ii is quite different, we ALL REAP—ami advertisements are common, bill thi~ one is worthy of your
attention because ii brings to your notice
Anchor Brand Flour
tbe kind thai will crivc yon ibe results in baking so
much desireil by all housewives, li you an: still
doubtful ami want
AN OBJECT LESSON
just buy a bnp; nf it. The price may be a trifle more
thnn ynu pay for thc ordinary kimls, but, you don't
care (or 5c—or even 10c—do you? and you'll be
convinced thai
YOU DON'T NEED A LANTERN
10 find out where thc ipiality is. Its superiority
over other flours i-. as clear as
THE NOON-DAY SUN
Of course you nre up lo dale, you have a Telephone?
Well, to put il 10 Ibe very Insl use- just "ring lip"
your dealer and order a bag of
Anchor Brand Flour
MANFU   BY
Lcltcli Brothers Flow Mills, Oiik Lake, Manitoba.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS. PAGE   6
THK ntnsPKCTOn,    CRANBROOK,    B.    C,   SATURDAY, OCTOBER i
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
Say what about that Fall and Winter Underwear you
want.     Yes, of
LOCAL   NEWS.
•
i- your nu
A.  Lund, ,
city Monday
nu- ,,i> the
,( Wardner
• ♦ . .:. . .
oters' list?
was   in   the
II   A      Walsh, ol Cleveland, uhi
was iii town Monday.
Entire change ,,[ progratum
K.lison Theatre tonighl
W. u   She:
rns in tlie i-
food, ol I'ini'lii
y Tuesdnj
i'   V    King, oi   Kaliapell,     Mnnl
ivaa in t,,wii Wednesday
.1   1'   Kani'll. a Moyie mining mai
,ias iii tin- city Wednesday,
K,l    i',,veil,  oi   Moyie  uas  at   I'l.tn
brook Wednesday  nn business.
Don't   tiiiBM   .,','nu   iti,'  nioiiiii,'  pic
Hires ai tlie Kilisoii Theatre tonight
IS   GOOD   UNDERWEAR.
Prices $1.25, $1.50. $2.00,
$2.25 to $3.00 a Garment
The Popular Store
course, we keep
Stanfield's make.
You can depend
on it not to
shrink in the
washing and as
for wear, you
cannot find anything, to equal it
et alone beat it.
We have Fine.
Me tl i u in a n d
Heavy weights in
all qualities.
„       .   , Mi   .Hi.l  Mm    i   i'
Special ord e rs ,i , ,.„,,. crani k
for  OUTS I Z E D ""s,l"y
ursj     „0„      u»     '    K    Smith, representing Dawson
mem     i/dii      uc & ,.,,   o) M,.llMl..,| „;,., ,„ t(,wn s„t
made  to  order.    •*■"■ ltt"
Call now and yet    k  Binuti,
"      Canal Flat,
your me a s u r e nev, hotel
taken.     Don't
cave it till the
cold we a t h e r
comes.
,1 Wardner, wus iu the
K.  rrettie.
city Tuesday,
A. C.   Wilmott, ol Jaffray    wus in
Saturday last.
p, Jensen, ol  Port    Steele wus in
the City Tuesday.
1..  li.   Itiiiiifncth, ,,,   Spokane,  wns
tn town Thursday.
K. A. Hill, of   Moyle,    was In tbe
city Wednesday.
K. Downs, uud .1. Downs, of Brna
don were in tlie city Thursday
James   Flnlay     wns nt  Bpokano
during the early purl ul  lliis week.
I   Mr.   mid   Mrs.   ii   ll    Stewart ol
Itotisluutl. were in the city Thursday
Saturday
nl Mrs   H
if     Kernie was in the
Mi   and
Port Steele
MiVitlic.  .,
wu Saturda)
Pair, ol  Aiier
visitors Wed
Horn At Cranbrc
September 25th, to Mi
ll   Patmoro, u sua
II li illinium, ,,i Vancouver rep
esentlng the Wattrous ISngiuo Co.,
vns in town Mondny
J. S. Gusty,
city Friday.
Chas. Hurt, ol Nelson, was ui the
city Friduy.
On the development   ol the   Caoa-
| Jinn west tbe railways and ihe hanks
! piny almost equally important parts.
F II. Lets, ol Montreal, w. .1
Shields, ut Vernon, and A. M Jar
vis, nf London, weieat l lie ('run
brook Thursday.
.1   G   Nelson, ,,t   Hailoybury, Ont.,
was  iu   ihe illy     llos   wi'i-k      All     Nei
son   is  nil   old   tune   mining   ii,an.   was
here in thc early duys ol 189(1
tv Ames, of Vancouver, i: w
Woods, iii Pernio,   and W. li   Uobert
sun.   „(  lievelsioke     were rue: I ■ nl
ihe Crnnbrook Thursday
Tho close nl navigation this au
t ii ti, ii will witness tho groatosl nccu
iiiiiliiiion ol ivhoai at the terminal
elcvniois in uie blBtory oi Canada.
|    His honor   .llllllle  P   IC    Wilson Iul,I
Maytealonaaise dressing   should bo a sitting ol     tl"'   county    col n
a popular oondlmenl nl tho st   John Wednesday al  Pornlo, tho docket con
banquet   to  Mr.   Pugsloj UlKti'il  „l several civil iiises,
C  O   Douglass, oi Montreal,   John     tl the     Ujiilj  win,    exchanged two
Mien, ol Montreal, nnd K   McDonald window  sc is al   MoBrlde's     llurd
.,1  Nelson,  were   al  the     Cranbrook ware store lu.st    week will call there
Wednesday again, she will heal  "t something to
her advnutugo
As a Bpeeial    Inducement     to new  —
subscribers,  the   Mcrrltt  Herald  will OOAL  AND   pBTtlOLBUM NOTIOB,
give a return trip ticket to the North     Notice    is    hereby   given tbat   30
Pole   with cvei-y    receipt   lol     two days alter dute I Intend to apply to
plunks. the Honourable     I'luel Oo ilsslonor
lelt   ,
where
Wednesda)   In
will   lil    lip   111
ot Lunds and Works tot a license to
m°re prospect for coul aud petroleum    ou
wlntw tbe lollowing described lunds, sltuuto
.in,!  fuel,  .ue coming from ,„ Flathead, Block 1698, dlstrlot     ,,i
The majority   ot people
nncerned as    to whore il
, ,.1,'IV
than i" whom credit  i
covering the North Pol'
due im  ill.
W   ,i   Allen   returned   Sunday lasl j
Irom  Spokane, an,I     went  tn Marys
,   Mondaj
Mr .1 Stewart, aud Miss Stewart,
.,1 Halifax, N s , were \ i>iihil' nl
('ranbrook  Weduesdaj
Candidates ure cropptag up thick,
in Uie Fernie riding, lor political
honors, no less than four being ul
,'.,,l\ in sight, wiih .-till another
 kluc toward Victoria
Burns Bros
Cranbrook.     B. C.
ARE YOU AWAKE?
If Not Try One of Our
Alarm Clocks
and  art*   warranted.
. .$1.50 and $*2.RO
F   W   Burgess,   G   K      Wilson and
C   \1   Petinstoch ol Wardnei   were In
'it)   Sunday  tasl
N   w   UoUKAas, ot Taber, and T. C
I null  Rivt ■   spent    Suada\
■     :     •
.....;- a  lire   alarm sys
■.    s it sorely     Tl    i n sew
:w   , inadequate     nnd too
■■'  , ■
s.   McLeod     I Montreal       J   Mc
Laren, ol Gait,    md G   H. Baird, o!
Portland  (ten  registered .it the Cran
hroult   Wednesda]
J Carroll, ■:' Taber, K. A Mc-
Kenzie, ol Winnipeg, and A Samp
■un ol Fernie ivere guests at the
Cranbi .   Monday.
On Monday Mais
urth as it ever wl
dUspicuously near.
rating
V   li   Edward
Ritchie "i Vanci
ad Wi
Fred
. Car
at the
was us near the
be,     li was nol
tin- distance sep
s from the ruddy orb being
,i   matter    of  35,000,0110  miles.       But
what's 35,000,000 miles among friends
it is against the law of tho prov
Luce for boys undei l»► to carry tire
arms unless accompanied by parents
or guardians. The practice is alto
-ether too common here and exposes
many lives to danger.
east Kootenny, province ol British
Columbia , commencing at a post
situated two miles south and one
mile oust nf tbc southenst comer post
of lot B3C3, tbence south *o elm ins ;
thence ensl 80 chains, thence north
.so ehuins, thence wesl 80 chains to
place ol commence mo ut, containing
CIO acres.
Locator, Edward O. Moe
Agent, D, A, Oate.
Witness, O. M, Conway.
Dated July 24th, 1909. 88'.,
Heating   stoves    an
these     cool     evening!
3toves are     heaters;
Clary's   heaters.     This
many     friends for us.
in   demand
;      McClary's
.ve handle Mc-
heatcrs make
Volt      need  u
heater; we need you, our satisrnc
tion will be mutual. Lets get to
.-ether.    PATMORB BROS.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
We Make a Specialty with Repairs
If You are not Getting* Every Satisfaction Trv Uslwero rogisterrct!
° J J \ Sunday Inst,
Cranbrook Sunday last.
Mi and Mrs .1 M. Hatch, ol
Springfield, III . and Miss Abblc
Hatch, nt Lcthbridge, wero visiting
nt Crnnbrook this week.
Mi   and  Mis   ,l   Talbot,    Mr. and
! Mrs. B.  II   Strobell,   Mrs.  .1   Smith.
wu   Herges, and     A. W.  Anderson,
all tif Knslo, were Cranbrook visitors
! Monday.
nil   Mrs   II    I).    Ewing,      and
J. D.    and H      Swing and
Diinlop. of     Yotlkors New York,
the   Crnnhrook
Mi
I Masl
I Mis:
RawortH   Bros.
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors Cranbrook
A l,„ilt routitl Cranbrook .stores toddy \v■ >i,1.1 convince the must skepti
juii that ciiizcns ii„ not hnve to look
linst  their own     shopping plnccs lor
i the linst there is.
Ed. Bray, nf Victoria, spent this
week lo Cranbrook. Mr. Bray is an
I <>1>1 timer in Southeast Kootenny,
j wns mail carrier, when nil moll wns
I puckoil in from Wnlln Walla.
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
.iiv solil only In
Tho Montelius Piano House
Liniitod.J
4.39 - 441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WRITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE  OATALOOUE,
Branch Store   113 Jorophine Street. Nelson, B.C,
ti re  Welch,   Selling  Ajent, Cranbrook, B.C
M.-HUl'iT     I
11     II.
ir   .ill
STANTON,
Eastern    K (
Business.
Winch?
A bnro   floor,
mill. Ill 111
nil   I,,  ke
■I, clean,  dusty
nml   cotn-
unless;   ,
r    one sanitary
spotless
ml cozy.
Yoll enn  Imve
the  InttOI
! with l.innlenm kept hy the 0.0,8;
For the llrst time in the history of
Toronto, two Chinamen have been
..rresieil lor Hunting. Slowly the
Colestlnlfl are accommodating themselves to tho ways of western civilization.
Ynu in..',1 a heater! Yon will net
more real comfort Irom n McOlary
Heater than any other stove. Yon
will he ngrooably surprised too at
the price It will be to your nil-
vantage to look over our lines.
PATMOnE   Minis
Repeat il "Sliilol>'S Cure will al-
ways cure my coughs and colds."
Foley's
Superba
Chocolates
I) 1st riot oi Kootenay.
TAKE! notice that sixty days after
late, 1 Robert Macdonald ol Wyclille
occupation bookkeeper, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following  described lands:--
Commencing at a post planted at
the .Southwest cornor of Lot No.
".!)sr», thence north (40) forty chains,
thence west (35) thirty-five chains,
ihenee .soutli 140) forty chains, thence
east (35) thirty-five chains to point
if commencement, containing in all
about (140) one hundred and forty
acres.
Uobert  Macdonald.   Locator.
Geo. N. TomUson. Agent.
Dated  Sept. 4.  1909. 37
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I THE QUAU^
STORE
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(iold Standard
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leas and Coffees ♦
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'The Chocolates with
the Whipped Cream
Centres."
♦ I'l \Ci: mul CONTENTMENT will surely reign
t In the lionic il' yoll iisu only
J      ANCHOR KRANI) FLOUR
♦ Makes l'.c.,l Bread
jCAMPBELL&MANNING
Staple and Fancy Grocers
■  mil .ire ^it'til lor von
'   I  Ml,-,''       VVI|,'I"1','I     llllll
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Foley Bros. Larson & Go,
This
Is All
Hot Air
and we are ready to peddle it
in large quantities in every house
in the City. We have just re
ceived
One Car of
Furnaces and
Heating Stoves
and whether you Install a hot air
furnace or merely have a Moffat
Heater set up we
Guarantee   Entire Satisfaction
in either cane. Our workmen nre
the very best of mechanics, but
common! in this respect is nood-
loss, its fhe mime of Mrfnllum
is always coupled with expert
workmanship. We have beaten all
records In the sale of
Moffat Heaters
iluTlllg   the   past week and   have
Come To The
Conclusion
tlmt tin' Ornnbronh i-r-HiilriiiH
know i, gooil Imntcr when limy
Hi'n ll,   in, nparl linm Itn heating
CnpilCltlOH   till!    Mnlllll.   In   tllO   llfHt
llnlHlii'il hiwtar mi tho innrki'l. In
ilny.
Buy from us and
save money
UNDERTAKING
('.ills  Promptly Attended
DAY PHONK   Nn. li
NHlirr IMION'K  No. 288
R. H. DWYER.
Funni'al    Dlrocloi'   nnd   Kin
bnlmev,  in ehiu'go.
PREHIUM     SOUVENIR
AIR TIGHT
The Premium is a first clasB
Air Tight Wood Heater, oval in
shape, with cast iron top and
bottom, the body ih of polished
steel, with an inner lining nf
heavy plain steel. Wood can be
put in at the large opening in the
top or at the end feed door.
Has machine fitted Hot Blast
Damper which make* the stove
air-tight,   and it holds tire.
.Made in three siy.es and fitted
with artistic top ornament, with
nickelexl band and foot rails.
The Souvenir Btanda for quality
Supreme Souvenir Range
He Ctinnot   Buy
ii Better One
The Special  I eat u res J
Ate worthy of note. The oven J
dooi catch which Is automatic"
and absolutely sure: The exposed
and adjustable oven door spring;
Tbe all Important and easily nc*
cessahle clennout. The broiler
and poker doors; The simplest of
oven dampers; The large ash pan
nml screw draft damper in ash
pit. door,   and tea shelves
j.   D.  McBRIDE, SSf
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOI.lfflTKIi.
IK USES
For   Hale or Rent nt Reasonable
Prices.
Officc& Workshop—1 ,ewis St
tjhone No. 9S.
• «i. • • * *■■** * *• *-• * • •'♦"• *,>**<
STEWART'S   :
The  Lending'  Frail fit.irf.        '
/.
PRBSEIiVINO PHAOIIES.
I'l.I'MS,  PKARS, ('HAH-
.m'im.fs. Tokay uhaphs.   <.
MELON'S,   Tomatoes,   ,'
I'liri'Miiwis,
HAZI'.I.WOOD lOKOHKAM,
STEWART'S f'lNK <
(lllll'lil.ATKS <
McGaiiim & go.
The Hardware Men
Cranbrook, B. C.
|    HUGH S'
lM:: vi"'
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iWAK'l
Phono
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i i.i.i*'p
VISIT DR. KELLEYS
GREAT MUSEUM
Tlio  i,nl'|'.i'Sl  Almlnmirn)
iMiihi'iiiii In llui Weal.
III'. Kelly- -lllwiiHi'ii „f Men, Twenty
jronr**' eipei'lenco In tlio trontmont nf
weiiliiieiii, ii.-ivi.ii-. Uniilile,; nr nny
rnlilrui'l.eil ullinenlH. A punitive cure
in every cuue nnilei'lalteu. ('(inBiilta-
l.lun lice mul strictly private. Trent
incut. pui'Honiilly ur hv lelter.
DR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
2111 lliiwiinl HI.., Spnknno, WiihIi.
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I    PATMORE   BROS   j
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers       ■     ■     ■     ■
OUR AIM U to jfivo tho comfort-sookor the fullest sopbo
of comfort with tho loast senao of Rpparatus—tho most satisfying results ui tho least expense of fuol and of labor, with
freedom from repairs, anil a iluraliilii v equal lo the life of tlie
btiildinffs   in    whhrh    the   heating systems are installed.
Our Systems of  Heating: meet these  requirements exactly.
Tlioy aro tlie efficient, silent, reliable servant of the house owner
an adjunct which does more for the oheor and hcalthfulnoss of
homo-ltfeth un any other material feature or decoration of homo
| NATURES FERTILIZER 1
To net thc best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground,
Trv
Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Om    Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
Phono in
ly.^vJ'liv£-(£.$>'f j>.f.$,$>.$. 8>.j,',$>$\S>j>'$^$<£'.'i!'
P. O. Box 3.
ii Ham and Bacon;
Our smoked inonis aro always fresh stock.    Wo
,,   are suvo that if you try them once you will agree
,,   wiili us that ihoy aro the best  llftvoi'od  ami   most    "
,,    wholoBomo Rluokotl  moats you  Iiuve ever imlon.
P.Woods&Co.|
PHONE 57
P. 0. BOX 164
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Catarrh Cured
I ran OUt'8 ratnrrh, no matUr how
lum,' standing. Catarrh Ih an luttam
matory nlTflCtlnn nf any nnwoiiii mem
Iiiiiim' In which then) tiro eonsestlon
ami Mwclliii-.', cither In 11m hoad or
fltoinnch.   Btnce comltiff to Hoiilhi-ani
Kooh'iiuy | hftVO Olll'Wd over 2(10 CftH
fH. I |hinitlv«ly jjliarontflfl a cure or
morify rofumled, Summer Ih t\w tlm«
to i;t'l rid of your ealurrh, call ami
sen me.
lilt, TAIVIOIO,
Oranhrooki B.O,
IlMlrienct-    rii'ur   N    A.  WallluKei'tt
resident-*
ll y Winning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
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0. J. LITTLE, B«i'r»tiiry.
The Cranbrook Agenoy Oo.
HEAL ESTATE, INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
1'IIONH HBO t. O.  BOX  IB
Cranbrook, - - B. C.

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