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_^CTORIA. ^
VOLUME 16
ORANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10.  lfllo
NUMBER SO
UNIONIST GAIN Of TWO
SEATS
Risult of Pulling at Yesterdays Elections
STILL RUNNING NECK AND NECK
Winston Churchill's Majority is Substantially Reduced- Rioting at Belfast
London, Dec. 8.—At tbe close of
the polling tonight in the general
elections tho standing of the parties
is as follows: Qovernment coalition,
Liberals 147, Laboritos 28, Nationalists 46, Independent Nationalists C,
total 226. Opposition, Unionists
193.
The fifth day ut the election ended
witb the parties still running neck
and neck with the prospects that
they wlll come under the wire in almost precisely the Name relative po-
sitlon they held at the start. Returns had been received up to midnight from the voting for 4:i members nml the result Is a Unionist
gain of two seats. This amazing
result is as unprecedented in English
history as it is embarrasslug to
politicians of alt factions. Both
parties went In predicting great gains
Both ure now convinced that the
new hoiiHu of commons will be practically identical witb the old. Discussion is now concentrated upon the
question of what tbe people's verdict
means and what course shall he followed under such unexpected circumstances.
The Conservatives argue that tbe
.premier bid for a sweeping endorsement from the country and bas not
obtained it, therefore he cannot be
Jnstiiled in fastening upon the nation
such radical changes as home rule
and the disarming of the house of
lords. The Coalitionists ins st that
the voters by returning them to
power endorse their policies and direct them to carry out their programme ln its entirety.
Glasgow, which the Liberals counted upon for an increased vote went
ofl some two thousand. Winston
Churchill, home tecrotary, wan returned by Dundee but about 1500
votes shifted to the Unionist column,
largely as the results of attacks
upon his personality. Heavy rains
tonight coupled with a delay in the
reports decreased the general enthusiasm.
Premier Asquith, speaking at East
Fyfe, was questioned on home rule.
He replied that he could not give
details regrading the measure at
this stage. John Redmond speaking at Dublin said: "The election
has already killed the .veto power
of the lords and the abolition of
the veto means with a mathematical
certainty the establishment of home
rule."
At Belfast rioting followed the
closing of the polls. There was
much stone throwing aud many of
the windows were broken. Police
reinforcements quelled the trouble.
London, Dec—On the result of the
day's polling the government is oue
up. The light as a whole 1b so
stubborn that there almost seems a
possibility of the sporting Interest
submerging the political interest in
the matter of gains nnd losses. Witb
Gngland nearly pollod, the Liberals
are now awaiting the putting up of
an effective majority. Scotland appears sound and Wales also, despite
the defection in Cardiff and nt least
they anticipate a couple of gains tomorrow.
Loudon, Dec. 8.—State of parties
at midnight: Unionists, 193; Liberals, 146; Labor, 28; Nationalists,
48;  Independent Nationalists,  5.
Gains: Unionists, 19; Liberals, 13;
Labor,4; Nationn,lBts, 1; Independent
Nationalists, 1; unchanged 380; total
elected 418.
MINING NOTES
Of Interest to Those Engaged
in the Mining Industry
A Smart Oove
Arthur B. Meighnn, the young Con-
Nurvnt v<> member tot- portage la
Prairie. Btole u maroh on the government thu opening day of the ssh-
slnn with tint     result  that the Con- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
servatlvei are jubilant while the I The Sullivan Croup of mines aro
supporters of tho government are now heing developed, and mining
correspondingly doleful, (operations are  being  pushed  with  a
Por years the government ims posed force of not lesi than 1211 men. a
before the country, uud tho west \Mge amount of ore has been broken,
particularly, aa the low tarlfl party, fRr larger than the amount slnnpe,
while preserving high tariff. To | while prospecting is carr cd on with
accomplish thia they have made a 'the assistance of two diamond drills,
blocking  move. Por  four     years ffhen the present year Ih   closed    it
they have put up W. E_. Knowles, of j will he found that this group of
Mooho .law, to plnce upon the order mines will rank, olther Qrst or sec-
paper a resolution calling for a re- ,om\ among the producing mines of
duction or the duties on agricultural [the province.
Implements,     Pin- four  years there- j 	
fore, this resolution has lain on the
on the order paper, yet not a Bound
has been uttered regarding it. It
has hnd the effect, however, of preventing the Opposition from discussing it. To understand this it
should be said that no one can open
up a question so long as there is a
resolution on the order paper covering exactly the same ijucstion.
However, Mr.  Meighon,  by a little
smart work this   year got in ahead
of
not)
One of the greatest needs of the
district today, is a cheap and efficient system of transportation, so
that mining, aud other industries,
may in the near future add to the
'revenues of the district.
and why ?
Nowadays the people of Southeast
Mr. Knowlos" and gave" the    lirst Kootenay are talking about the con- .
Ice of this resolution.     Thus the ^ruction of     the  Kootenay Central '
Opposition will be able to bring    up
railway, and a line from the OtOW'B
the subject in the House.     Sir Wil- NeBt Branch- B0Uth     tl) WaItl°   tt,ld
(rid Laurier will be compelled to de- other lumbering points to the south,
dare his policy in the matter,   and I   The Prospector was the lirst news-
will be in   a   serious position if   he W^ta tbe Province, or in Canada,
decl nes to act upon his declaration,
that is if he agrees with the resolu
tion.     He will he in a serious position also if be disagrees.
This i.s the flrst bombardment of a
session which promises to be a terri
ble battle for supremacy.
to advocate the construction of the
(■row's Nest branch, or as it was
called In those days the British Columbia Southern railway.
Since tbat time it hus in season and
out strongly urged the necessity of a
The res- railwav north and south through the
Kootenay valley;  "and why?'
Because
olutlon reads: "That it is the opinion of this House, a substantial re- I Because the building of railways
duction in the import duties on were needed to develop thc mining,
agricultural implements is now due asricultural and lumbering resources
the agriculturists of Canada, and in  °r Southeast Kooteuay.
Just accord with tbe true end
protective tariff.
of
THE KOOTENAY VALLEY
Railways are needed to develop the
immense water powers of the district
I The construction of a railway to
the south is also needed to develop
the extreme South-eastern portion of
  this district, an agricultural district
The attention of the home-seeker of much promise, and one that is
has been attracted to the agricultur- being rapidly populated,
al possibilities of the Kootenay val- Railways will bring people to this
ley. The miner to its immense un- section of the Province, will stimu-
developed mineral resources, and tho late every branch of industry, more
lumberman to its virgin forests. especially miitng, which ia being ro-
Cranbrook has no rival as a city, tarded lor the lack of necessary
either  prsent or  prospective,  in    an  mean of transportation of ore.
area larger than some empires.     It — -.. - —	
located iu the centre of a vast mln-
ing district, where placer mines, dold
quartz, silver, lead and copper prop- 1
ertles are being developed. George Hoggarth, of this city was
lt is a healthy country, and a elected as the president of the Brit-
country of great opportunities for j8n Columbia Curling association,
the capitalist, miner, lumberman, The following telegram is self ex-
agriculturist     and tourist, and   the pianatory:
scenic grandeur    of the     mountains NelBon, Dec. 7th, 1910.
rival those of Switzerland. Curlers of British Columbia,
It iB   a   sportsman's     paradise. Care of     p. K. Wilson, Cran-
Bear, deer, cariboo, goat and moun-  brook, B. C.
tain sheep abound in plenty, and the Your president is G. Howard Hog-
mountain streams are well stocked garthi and nifl eiection is declared to
with trout and provide excellent be tne most pop„iar in curling his.
sport for the hunter and angler. tory<     Qt Howard     Hoggarth    fills
Here in the Kootenay valley are to the cbalr entirely. Hurrah for G.
be found all the elements required to  Howard Hoggarth, the "Curler."
MEETING OF COUNCIL
What the City Council is doing!
for the City's Welfare
A meeting of the     city council waa
hold In the council chamber on  Friday evening.     There w ere     present |
Mayor pink, ami Aldermen Patmore,
Campbell, Hunt, Johnson and Green,
Records of last    regular and subsequent  special meetings,  wero   read
and on  motion  ol    Alderman  Camp- I
boll and Patmore adopted nn read,    j
A  communication  from  the School
Board, asking for tho   sum of $525,
for witness fees in the     case of   tlie
Trustees vs Ferine Construction company wns read.     The City Clerk was
instructed     to notify the     Trustees,
that under the     advice of the    City
Solicitor, the council had no author- i
ity to make auy specific grant to the i
School Hoard.   That any order from (
them would be dealt with iu the or-
dlnat'y way.
A communication from the King '
Lumber company asking for a reduc- '■
tion in their water rates, was referr- j
ed to the water committee.
I
A letter from R. S. Garret, re the
printing    uf thu   financial   report of
the city for the past year,  was    re- |
ferred to the finance committee. I
In the matter     of eement fur    the !
construction of the city building, the
contractors asked for the payment of
$700,00; the City Clerk was instruct- ;
cd to Issue a voucher     to cover the !
cost of the cement.
Thc Finance Committee presented
their regular monthly report, and
recommended that the accounts as
presented, amounting to (4,369,32
he paid.
Moved hy Aldermen Hunt and Patmore that the accounts of the Fink I
Mercantile    company be    paid;   the '
Mayor not voting.
1   lt was moved by Aldermen    Hunt '
and  Patmore that, tlie   accounts    as j
presented  hy  the  finance committee,
not otherwise provided for, he paid. |
Cranbrook Bonspiel
Etetimates and  Qxpendi
lures
Estimate
Received
for year
Nov. 30
Taxes       25.C02.4X
18,208.01
School   Grant ... 4,oon.oo
3,072.10
Pines       4,000.00
3,620.50
2,005.00
Trotlo Licenses ... 1,500.011
Liquor Licenses .. 3,200.00
1,000.00
Dog &  Hound Tax ...300.01
300.85
Cemetery       fees   ...   150.00
2GG.00
Road  Tax              400.00
480.00
Water Revenue .. 14,000.00
15,737.13
constitute a rich and progressive
district, consisting of rich agricultural soil, a salubrious climate favorable to health, boundless forests
of timber, untold wealth in all the
minerals of commerce, such as gold,
silver, lead, iron, copper, coal and
potroleum. Nature has surely endowed this valley witb
hand.
C. D.  Blackwood.
Civil Sessions
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
OFFICERS    OF     COMMITTEE!    OF
MANAGEMENT    APPOINTED.
The December civil sessions of thc
Supreme Court opened at Nelson on
December Gth. The flrst case on the
lavish ,joc|-et iB tne ttctJon of the Proctor
Lumber Company vs Watts, for rescission of agreement and refunding of
$20,000 paid. The defendent has a
counter claim.for $100,000.
James O'Shoa appears for the
plaintiff and M. A. Macdonald for
the defendent.
CONTROLLING RATES
Mr. R. L. Borden in his speech In
the debate on the address was very
happy in exposing the ineptitude of
the Government's transportation policy.—Here Is wahat it has done.
First it builds the Transcontinental railway.
Then it gives that as a present to
the G. T. P.
Then Mr. Pugsley begins to promise to build a canal across the prairie to control the rates on tho railway, which the people built and the
G. T. P, is to control.
The next step, Mr. Borden said,
probably wi,l bo to promise an air
ship lino to control the rates on the
canal built by tho people to control
thc rates on the railway built by the
people.
F. G. Detail, Chairman.
R. Brown, VI ce-Chair man.
B.  Wan less,  Recording Secretary.
R. T. Bryniner, Treasurer.
Finance Committee.
R. T. Brymner, J, Sarvis   ami Wt
Manley.
Rooms Committee.
R.   Brown,   W. J. Manley
S. Teet. H^^^^
Pricos of rooms will vary trom $3
for single room up, and double
rooms will rent for $16, or $8 for
each occupant.
Prices and plans of restaurant will
be arranged for hy the following
committee.
W. H. Wilson, B. Wanless and J.
S. Teet.
Billiard charge was set at 30 cents
per hour. Pool will cost five cents
per cue a game. Bowling alleys
will cost 10 cents per game.
Hour of closing was sot nt 10:30
p. m.
"Opening"  day  will    be celebrated
SALVATION  ARMY.
Sunday    morning    at 11     o'clock,
subject "A Triple Blessing."
Sunday afternoon 3 o'clock,
man preacher.
!   Sunday   evening,   subject,
and J. tance."
Wo-
"Repen-
I0CAL Ni-WS
Constable H. C. Adney, of Wardner
was in the city Friday.
Wm. Forsyth, of Kimberley was in
the city this week on business. He
returned to Kimberley Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Murry, of Creston, were Cranbrook visitors Saturday,
Tbe Board of Works were instruc-
tod to make the necessary arrange- ■
ments for the purchase of the gravel
now being excavated from thc cellar
of the new Hanson Building at an
expense of not more than 25 cents i
per cubic yard.
Thc report of the Sanitary Inspec- i
tor was received and filed.
Tbe City Clerk wa_ instructed to j
purchase a hose test pump for the j
use of the fire department.
It was moved by Aldermen Greea
and Hunt that au order be issued for
the purchase of 600 feet of tiro hose. ;
A communication from W. O. Worden, offering the sum of $100 for the
privilege af cutting ice on the city
reservoir was referred to the water
committee,
i Moved by Aldermen Campbell and
Green that the assessor shall complete the assessment roll by December 31, aud tbe same to be returned
to the City Council on or before that
date.
| The City Clerk was instructed to
issue a voucher for the sum of $!> In
favor of the School Board to adjust
accounts. ,
| It was moved by Aldormen l'atmore
and Johnson that the place of nominations, for Mayor and Olty Council
be at. the Municipal building, also
that the votes of the electorate be
taken at thc same place, and that T.
M.   Roberts be appointed     returning
.officer with power to appoint n poll
clerk.
Council adjourned nt ll p. m,
Good
Things
for
■^
Christmas
Our Christmas Stuck of Domestic and Imported Delicacies is now
complete.
Toothsome
Table
Delights
for every course are prominent
throughout our store, displayed
and priced to promote quick selling. We think our offerings this
season will eclipse any previous
attempt and invite everyone who
appreciates quality and dainty
Palate Ticklers to come in and see
our array  of good  things.
V-;
LIMITED.
J
J. A. Sanderson, ("J. T. Mosor and
—^———.^^^^^^^.^^^^^      jC. S. Pierce, of Spokane, werc regis-
when building is ready for occupancy Jterod at the Cranhrook Saturday,
and   an "open     house" will he   thej 	
I*. Woods, of ('berry Creek,
i'.vii Friday.
Al. Boyle, of Fort Steele, was   In
the city Friday on business.
motto of that day.
| Thc membership fee will bo $10 per
year, payable in advance or in two
monthly payments. Tills includes
all the privileges of the institution,
such as baths, reading room, games
etc, i
Mr. and Mrs. P. Nlchollos, of
Regina, were Cranbrook visitors
today.
The Municipal Court of Revision,
wore is session at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Moyie Miners' Union will celebrate
their eleventh anniversary on Monday, December 12th by a concert and
ball.
it is time fur members of tho
Crniibrook hockey team to got busy.
Ice is being formed, and tho season
is rapidly drawing near when league
games arc to be played.
Only a  Few  Days  Now
Until Christmas.
DCIMCIWI DPDI   we ,mve ,he "ne" 8"")k ot
fi til 1V1 Hi 1Y1 D Hi I* i    Holiday (ioods uver shown l»
Oraubrook.   Alt the season's newest and most Artistic Creations
are to bo found in uur holiday goods,   Being importers, we are
able to show you exclusive gifts.
SHAVE   YOURSELF
WE CAN HELP YOU.   ,|,|l(! Ever-ready Twelva Blade
Safety Razor.   $1,00
THE FAMOUS GILLETTE
We have various styles of ihu  "GILLETTE"
suitable lur Xmas Gifts.
The Santa Claus Store
Tlie B«ifiMurpiiij Go.. Ltd.
" WHERE IT PAYS TO DEAL" ©tje |»ro0pBct0v. IKZT nmmm!^mmmmmmx
ESTABLISHED   1895 ifl-^ir1 "^T      Jf 1   **k.V mv*** W   IF
rrr.-.-,,-       <    | i_*J/l-WLI_
A. B. GRACE
Subscription
$2.00 Par Year
Advertising rates  made   known
application.
^L;sroy'i.j.ABfr>
James Hill, of the Great Northern,
predicts a period of dull tunes foi
the United States and othei :oun
tries. If tins should prove true.
what would the railroads d
things.
A special correspondent   ol the New
York  Commercial,   bos  published    e
summary of   his travelB In   Western
Canada,   he says     "Manitoba,   Saa
katehewan.   Albei ta   and   Bi I  i
lumbia wilt have a populatl
least 10,000,000, befori
THAT la the name, and
below is the trademark
vmi are to tookfornexi
time  you buy underwear
Your size in any garment
with thai trademark will
ih perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
imi shrink ^ et you pay
uothing extra for this
extra value . and yougel our
Guarantee of " mone) back
it you i .rn falrl) claim it"
Made il Paris in Canada,
b\   PENMANS  Limited,
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
anh   M \< DONALD,
Barrister.) and Solicitors,
ORANBROOK, B C
VV.  1-- GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, etc .
CR VNBROOK,
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Btti'i'lsli
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CUANUKOOK,
B  C
The by-electlou in Drummond Vtha
baska is gaining     additional
portance every   day       ai     the  time
results   were    announced     ihey     were I
regarded as    n   local    expression of
opinion,  but the House of Con
and the   minister    from Quebec    sre
making it a general issue
British elections appear  to   be
gain  days,  held ou    the  Insta
plan.
It i3 delightful to be assured  ■  al
British Columbia had      the   greatesi
exposition    of   apples  ever    be] I
England.     Not  content   with   -
ing the big "Gold Hogg Medal     a I
less than _.i or 30 silver medals ai I
first and second prises Eire placed  l
the credit of this province.
Building    permits  issued    la
brook during the past year has   eat
the record.     November permits  were
larger this fear than last.
The time is approaching when the
electors of Cranbrook will be called
upon to decide who shall represent
them in the city council neit year,
giving rise to considerable specula- S
tlon  In  the matter of candidates.
The editor of thc Renfrew Journal !
is fond of apt similes,     and he uses j
thorn  to good advantage as witness
thc following clever editorial:
"The Indians bave a saying tint a
dog once chased a bear est nnd a
tree. Kaster and faster went the
pair until at. last thc dog _!) sed the
bear so fast that—the Inar rtiiight
the dog. This is just about what
happened to Sir Wilfrid Laurier In
Quebec. For yenrs he has been
Using tho race cry in Quebec to serve
his purpose, or nt least he nas stood
back and taken the advantages accruing from others using tho cry.
This procedure has resulted hitherto
in a practically solid Quebec for
Laurier, but recently the hear chased
too hard, and in the Atbabaska-
Drummond election, tho dog got
caught."
"It is inconceivable, says the
Guthrie (Okla.) Capital, editorially,
"How any person not a candidate
for the asylum, can cull tbe conditions known to everybody in Oklahoma 'prohibition.' The Anti-Saloon
league, its enforcement officers and
those who preach Prohibition have
had ample opportunity to know and
must know from evidence on every
hand that there are at least one
thousand places in Oklahoma City
where liquor can be openly purchased
under the name of the liquor desired
by the individual; tbat no pretense
of enforcement of Prohibition is j
made. There are probably ten
thousand men in Oklahoma City who :
can lead any person to hundreds of
joints where the selling of liquor is
not the only illicit thing done.
Practically every one of these joints
has a gambling room attached and
boys ifi to 21 years of age are liberal
patrons of these places. What is
true of Oklahoma City is true likewise of Muskogee, Tulsa, Sapltla,
Law ton. Shawnee and practically
every other populous citv .11 tbe
State."
"In face of the lact that vast sums
of money have been appropriated by
by the counties ami the state for the
enforcement ol tlie prohibition laws
and m tlie fact- of tb? tact that mil
mripal and county officers have made
a faithful attempt to discharge their
duty in this direction, tbe whole
thing has been a sitipendous fail
ure."
"What a fare*- it is to assume that
this is a better condition than that
produced by the open and regulated
saloon. When prohibitionists and
prohibition preachers announced their
endorsement of this condition In preference to the licensed and regulated
conduct of the liquor business It Ih
the same as saying     that  tl,
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KIMBERLEY,
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HOTEL
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I'.o   Box 2116.
CRANBROOK,
moor  :mi]
Surveyor,
Phone 223,
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BUILDERS
and
Contractors
Plans. SPECIFICATIONS
and Estimates
FINISHED ON APPLICATIOM
PHONE 114        1*. O. BOX 866
VI.   KINDS  OF   BUILDING   MATERIAL
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Proprietor.
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The
Hiintini.
Season
Is now open. We
are prepared for same,
with a fine line of
RIFLES,
GUNS
and
AMMUNITION
Phone OHIce   105. J
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J.  VV.  RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V., V.S..
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1«98. Gradate and medalist of McKUIlp
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
ill line. Registered member of
Britlah Columbia association.
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1 ALL  CALLS LIGHT 4 DAY PROMPTLY 4TTENDF0 TO ,
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners  all  go  to
! The   Wentworth
♦     J. H. McDOlNAl.D Proprietor
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OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY S   LIVERY  BARN
CRANBR&OK, B. ('.
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F. E. Corrison
Band Master Oity Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.
Found!
Phone 153.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
Geo. D. Ingram
L.K.C.M.. R.A.iU.
organist & Choirmaster Knox Church
TEACHElt   OK
PIANOFORTE. ORGAN. THEORY, AND VOICE
CULTURE
Puplla Prepared for Examinations,
Full term now commencing
ADDRESS:—OPPOSITE   SCHOOL   HOUSE
PHONE 336
brook
J.   D.   McBride
Hardware Cranbrook, B. C.
tieaon
A Poor Weak Woman
At ihe is termed, will endure bravely and patiently
agoniea which a strong man would give way under.
Thc fact in women are more oatient than they niijjhi
to be under euch troubles.
Every woman ought to know that she may obtain
the most experienced medical advice free of charge
and in absolute confidence and  privacy by writing to
the World's Dispensary Medical Association, K. V.
Picroe, M. D.( President, Buffalo, N. Y.   Dr. Pierce
hsi been chief consulting physician of thc Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. V., for
many years and has hud a wider practical experience
io (he treatment of women's diseases than any othei phyt.i
His medicine** are world-famous for their a~toiwsliii>£ eflic ■
The most  perfect  remedy ever  devised   for wi
•ate women is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescript! a
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN
Tbe many and varied symptoms of wommt's peculiar
forth in Plain English in the People's Medical A !  I.e.
revised and up-to-dute Edition of which, oloth*bound, wi
receipt of 50 oue-ccnt stamps to pay cost of muili.ig  ..../.
li. ('
On Baker stieet, one door ""west
ot Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
liftt worth living,
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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re, No. 34, A. !•'. A. M |
Regular meetings ou
the   third   Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren
tvoli'timi'il.
F. ATTRIDGE, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
ANCIENT ORDER',!FORESTERS
COURT CRANDHOOK, 8943
( Meats in Cannon's Mall 'la* und 4th
1    Thursday of each month at 8 p.m.
uharp
A. MrCnwnn, Chief   Ranger
0, A. Ahbott. Snoretary.
i    virtlting Brethren made wolrnme.
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atrocious
directly
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"Th- Intolerant,
nf ii,.- prohibition
and degenerating,
that   moves the n
that
these
traceable
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unreasoning spirit
ii is retrogressive
li.  is  tln< spirit
il> mul  niiiHfil   tle-
11   ,H  providing
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crindit.ir*!. <d     anarchy to Umt.   ot
respectable government; that a criminal in hotter than a mnn who obeys
the law; that, debauchery in hotter
than morality; that, deceit, hypocracy
nnd perjury in better than righteous
new and decency,"
"The [ipnplp arp tired -yes, disgusted—with the conditions croatod by
tnlsautocr&tlo and Insane onact
ment,"
"You can     hardly pick up a news*
itn cl Ion nnd disaster.
Reading the above, ono no longer
wunders why it wns Mint Oklahoma
un tin- 8th <>i Novomnor endorsed Mm
amendment to tho Btato Constitution
licensed hiiIhimih with a
to evory thousand ol
population. Tho now law prohibits
tho sale of liquor in minors and
drunkards mul then nu a further pro
toctlon lo tiic public, it commands
tlmt thoro '.imii bo no screon or
othor thing to obstrucl the full view
of thi
tho st
Intortni
ct  hy Mi
if     Mn
public
.IiImi.ii    1l> Mil
Notice is horeby given that 60 days
after date, I intend to apply to tlie
Hon. Ohlef Oommlssionor of Lands
for License lo prospect for coal and
potroloum over the following lands,
situato in tho District nf Bouth l.nst
Kootenay, British Columhln, In Lot
4593.
1 Commencing at h post plauted at
or near three miles due onst of the
34 Milo Post on tho C.P.R, survey
line, which iH tho western buundary
nf Lot 4593 and bolng the south oast
coiner priHt of IHyHHOs K. Kchr'fl
claim, tlience north 80 chainB, thenco
wont fill chains, thonco south 80
chains, thonce enst 80 chains to
point of commencement, making two
acres, moro or loss,
Cranbrook
Livery
We aali yon to call and try
our new Conalgnment of new
and Up-to-date rig* for
Winter   and   Summer.   Just
received Topplr and Rellnhle
Horeea at your dispotml.
Give them a trial njul be
convinced.
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Cranlirook, 11.0.
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffee
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in the
Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every
article that leaves our store.
We will thank- our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. I quality.
f CA VI PBELL& MANNING
[        Staple and Fancy Grocers
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Located   llllll   U!tll
910.
ilay oi October,
(lit  vt.ij,- roaorvotl     Boats early fori
the Publicity Concert   Doeomhor    I.'i
uiyHHCH 1-1. Fi'lii-,   Locator.
Bathen'W. lintta. Agent
•aper printer! In Oklahoma that iloaa   at the opera  limine.
:William K. nulla, Witiiesi.
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Hoth Slnple antl Doblo
Drivel's for all parts
nf Ihe flistrii'i. f'.oiiil
huililll! Horses. Good
Turnouts, Up-to-date
Rlprs,
. Oppo.altr Hoynl Motel l'hune oi
IIiimsI  „ llciiwin. Proprietors
J. F. Deacon, Manaoer
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If It's  Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We can't be beat
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Painter   and   Decorator
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Skates
Sharpened
I have installed a new
Steam Plant and Grinder
for sharpening skates.
I. F.J
Plumber and Tinsmith
HANSON AVE.     -     -     CRANBROOK
BACK OP THE OLD IMPERIAL HANK BUILDING
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eleven o'clock ln the forenoon for a
I licensa to divert two cuhic feet ol
j water per second from .Joseph I rai-
rlt Creek, at a point situato ahout
1000 feet south of tin' northern
houndary of Lot 5450, Group 1 Kootenay District.
Tho aaid water will he diverted aud
conducted hy a dam, ditch uni llncm
to be constructed on and over Lot
5450 the property of W. E. ffor.len.
The said water will be used for tbe
Irrigation of Lot 5149 said group.
No Crown Lands will he affected hy
the works.
: No riparian proprietors or bidders
of Water Licenses will he alTected hy
the works except the sank U'. K.
Worden.
Thla notice waa posted on ihe 	
day ol September, 1910.
ALiea snrtTR-mt Mourns.
IN THE   MATTER    (If   SECTION SSB
OF THE   MINERAL   Air.
AND
I   IN THE MATTER or the ' mvF.N
SOUND    BOY   FRACTIONAL"  M1N-
:    ERAI.  CLAIM    SITUATE   IIN     SULLIVAN     HILL    IN     THE     FORT
STEELE    MININC1    DIVISION      OF
EAST  KOOTENAY.
To W. T. Smith, w. Olendennlng nr
.ny party or parties claiming tlimugli
them or eithor of tlieiu-
TAKE  NOTICE that
NOTICK.
WA'l'Url   NOTIOH,
NOTICE is herehy given that thirty NOTICE is hereby given     that an
days nfter   the first   publication   ni application will be made under Part
this notice,   I    Intend   to apply   to V. ol the "Water Act, luo'j," to oh-
the Chief Commissioner ol Landsand tain a licence m the Cranbrook Wat-
Wnrlis, utal    to the    Assistunt Com- er District.
mlssloner ot    Lands and    Works lor (aj   The name, address   and occu-
the district of East Kootenny, for a patlon ot the applicant Upper Moyie
license to  prospect  for coal and pe- Electric   Company,    Limited.     Head
troleum ou the     following ueoctibed othee,     Cranbrook,   B. C.     Capital
lauds,     situate In Block 45S3    East 150,000 divided Into 5,000 shares   ol
Kootenuy:— ttu each,   objects of the     Company
Commencing at     u    post    plunted include: The acquisition, holding, eu-
about a   mile eust of     the (orks of Joyment uml exercise, subject to the
Klshenehna     and   Akamina     creek, provisions of the "Water Act, lain "
north of and     adjoining Beatrice N. of ull rights,  powers, privileges aiid
liave expanded
'in  work and  labor ai  required   by   Section 24 of   the     Mineral Act In connection with     your Interest     In the above   missioner  of    I.um
1w.n      Sound   Boy   Fractional      Mineral
: I'laliA prior to the flrat ol November A.
I       190B   e.76.00.
|    AND  FURTHER  TAKE   NOTICE  that
J Mien you make payment of the Bald
eum together with the coat of advertising thla notice uu or lietnre January
SOth     A. D. 1010     I ahall apply under
[ Section 'Ititi of aald Mineral Act to have
your luterest la aald claim vested ln
your co-owner
Dated at Vancouver. H. C. October 10th
1010. 43-51
J.   A.   HARVEY,
Co-Owner.
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A. WALLER
MASONRY
Steam Boiler,   Furnace,
and Septic Tank work
a specially
Cost and stock- estimates
furnished on application.
NOTICE.
AddrtM : P. O. Boi 349, Crtiibrook
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WATER NOTICB.
Notice li hereby given tbat an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
a license Ln the Cranbrook water
diatrict.
The name, and occupation of tbe
occupation. John Levett, Faamer,
Cranbrook, B. C.
The name of the lake, stream or
source. Candy Creek, a tributary
of Little Bull river.
The point ot diversion.    About one
Notico is hereby given that 60 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
for License to prospect for coal and
petroleum over thc following landa,
situate In the District of South Eaat
Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot
4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
34 Mile Post on the C.P.R. survoy
line, which is the western boundary J!'*8,™*^
of Lot 4593, and being the north
east corner post of Walter J. Abbs'
NOTICB
I, Intend to -4. ply fur a licanae to
proipoot lur oual and petroleulii ovor tlio
lollowing lands -ituut. in Hluck 4593
S-__ Kootenay, H C. Bugtiuiing at a
post planted 1000 font wont of tim S,
E. cornor of Lot No. 718-,, und murked
Jeate Fr-aldevoaui'- N. W. cornor: thence
80 chains south, thence 80 chain, east,
thence 80 chains north, thonco HO chains
west tu point of commencement,
.iaana Frotdovoaux,   Locator.
4-48 I. N. Dally,    Agont.
Locateh   this 4th  dny   of   October,   1910.
Thomas' location    ami being a   re
location  of  N.   Wheftldon'8  Locution,
llcenae No. 752, ami being marked
MUUcent 0. H. Thomas' south w.-Ht
corner post, thence i-nsr. Hi) cbains,
thence north so chains, thence wrst
ho chaina, thence south 80 chains to
tlie place of beginning.
MILLIOENT 0, B. THOMAS,
Locntor.
Joseph Baulter, Agent,
Located this Uth day of November,
1910, 48-52
NOTICE.
NOTIOB] ia hereby given that thirty
daya after the lirst publication of
this notice, 1 Intend to apply to
tho Cbiof Commissioner of LandB and
Works, and to thu Assistant Com-
and Works H
the diatrict of blast Kootenay, for a
license to prospoct for coal and petroleum on the following dose.bed
lands, situate in Block 4598 East
Kootonay:—
Commencing at a post plantod
noar the Houth Kootenay I'uss trail
on  Akamina creek, about two  miles
ast of the forks of Klshenehna and
Akamina creek,  being     oast of   and
djoininu Beatrice M. Thomas' location, and being a relocation of the
S. E. B. C. Land and Oil Company's
license No. 1144, and marked JamoB
OillT north west corner post, tbence
east SO cbains, tbence south K0 chains
thence west HU chains, thence north
89 chains to the place of beginning.
JAMES GILL, Locator
Joseph Saulter, Agent.
Located this 12th day of November,
1910. 48-5_
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days after the first publication of
tbis notice, I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, and to tbe Assistant Commissioner of    Lands and    Works for
priorities In or by part IX., or otherwise by the said Act, confered upon
power companies, so far as the company may doom the same necessary
[or its [iiu'i'i'sus or any of them.
(b) The name of Lho lake, stream
or aource,    Moyie River.
(c) Tlio point of diversion, at foot
of Ryder Mar about 7 miles upstream
from Railway bridge at Swansea.
id) The i.uunlity of water applied
lor (in cubic feot por second j 196
cubic feet.
(0) Tho character of the proposod
works.     Dam,   pipe line, ilutuo, aud
hydro electric power plant.    Tbo wa- I
tor to lie used for   the purpose     of'
tho Company's undertaking.
U) The purposes for which the
wator is to be used, generation of
electrical energey,
(hj It the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water ia to be
ro turned to some natural channel,
und tbo dlilerence in altitude between
point of diversion aud point of return. At the mouth of Nigger
Crook, difference in altitude about
270 foot, natural.
(j) Area of Grown Laud iuteuded
to be occupied by the proposed worka
About 29 acres. |
(k) This notico was posted on the
Hth day of November, 1S10, aud application will Im made to the Commissioner on the Uth day of December 1910.
(1) Give tbo names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose landa are likely
to bo affected by the proposed worka,
either above or below tbo outlet.
John HI Hawkins, Wattsburg, B. O.
and lt. B. Sullivan, Seattle, Waah-
ington, U. H. A.
(Signature)   Upper   Moyie Electric
Company, Limited.
(P. O. Address) Crnnbrook, B.C.
46-49
; LIQUOR   ACT  mo.
NOTICE is hereby given than on
the _7th day of December next application will be made to tlie Superintendent of Provincial Police for
the transfer of the license for the
sale of liquor by retail In and upon
the premises known as tbe Yahlt
Hotel situate at Yahk. British Columbia, trom Johii Gibbu-i tu Benjamin Riley of Moyie. British Columbia.
John G-lbbon,
Holder of Licence.
Benjamiu  Joseph  Rllsy,
Applicant for transfer.
Dated this 19th day of Nov. l'JIO.48-4
NOTICE.
IN THK HATTER OF AN APPLICATION for Um Imui ot n duplicate Certificate Title tn Lot 4fi Mock 98 '>«-
brook City .Map   flfl9.
NOTICE [^ IlKIti.llY <il\ LN thru il
in   mt    int<miI nm   tn   IfllUB   m    ilii   •kpirt-
tlnn nf nn nih after the flrsl  publt-
oatlnn hereof « duplicate of the CertttV
cats nf Tni» in iho above mami'»»*-«
lui iii the namo ol MU Hanson which
(Jorutk'tiu in datod llth October,; ltfus
and   nuinbarwd   IHitilA.
SAMUEL ROE,
Diatrict   Rugistrof.
Land Registry uiiv.
Kelson, IL 0,
Ootober iti-t, ieio. 44-*3
I, Z. L. Dally. Ii.j-_e-_,,pur. uf -Ml-
Lie Wtt_tilngtuii. intend to apply to th*
\uuiimi Commissioner of Lauds aud
Works of East Kootsnay DIstrlot for
pur (illusion to purchase tit- following
lauds. Beginning ul a pout plunlwd at
the N-tf corner ol Lot 7180 mid point
ol laturfMction of Lot 7860, and marks*.
/a. L. Daily's N-E. corner: Thonco 73-37
chaius _u_id, thence 80,95 -luuus west,
thence 18.35 chains north, thence tii.86
chaina «ast tliwmw 88.97 -ham- north,
ttit>iioe 15.44 chaius east to puint ol
comoioncemtut, and containing 980 acros
I.. L. Dally, Locator.
I. N. Daily, Agwtt.
Loaatwl   5Ui  day   uf U-lob-r.   IV10 44-89
NOTICK is hereby given that thirty
days aftor   the first   publicatirffr   of the district of past Kootenay, f.
I   intend   to apply    to'Hc«nse to  prospect fo
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, and   to the    Assistant Com-
daimrtheTiceVouth 80 chaina,* thence jmiasioner of   Lands and    Works for
the diatrict of Bast Kooteuay, for a
license to proapect for coai and  po-
       following described
lands,     situate in Block  4593
Kootenay
west eighty   cbains, thence north 80
chains,  tbence east oighty chainB to
point of commencement,  mnking 640 Jf™"" "".,*,8
acres,  more or less.
Located this 12th day of October
1010.
Walter J.  Abba,  Locator
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William K. Butta, Witness. 60-S
coal  and  petroleum on tbe     following described
lands,     situatu in Block 4593
Kootenay:—
Commencing at a post planted on
the    South  Kootonay   Pass    wagon
oad,  on  Akamina  ciook,  about  four
East miles oast of the forks of Klshenehna and Akamina creek, being oast of
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Kishenehna and Akamina creek,
marked Joseph Sautter's South East
corner poat:     thence west 80 chains;
  thence north 80     chains; thince osat
Notice is hereby given that 60 days 80 chaina; thence soutb 80 chains to
after date, I intend to apply to the place of beginning.
ins iwinv ui u.t«.b     Hon. Chief Commissioner of     Lands JOSBPH  SAULTER,   Lw'fttoi.
fourth of a mile east of the boundary   for License to prospect for coal and Located thia l.th day of November,
of Lot 305, on Lot 4590, '      - '"""•"'- --"-    1fll° "-52
Commencing at a post planted on nd adjoining James Gill's location,
the South Kootenay Pass trail nd marked Mary A. Thomas' north
about a mile east of    the   forks   of east cornor    post,      thonco south 8U
bains, thence wost  8t) chains, thence
ortb    HU     chains,    thonco     cast K0
bains to tho place of beginning.
MARY  A.  THOMAS, Locator.
Joseph Saulter, Agont.
Located this l_:th day of November,
1910. 48-52
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days alter date I Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds for a llconse to prospect for
l.ast'ronl and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tbo district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post planted   at
or near cloven miles duo uast of tbo
34 milo post on 0. P. R. syrvoy lino,
which  is the western boundary of Lot
593, nnd being the northeast comer
ost of   Eathen    W.     Butts'   claim,
bunco    south   eighty   (80 j     chains,
tbence west eighty (iiu) chains, tlience
orth eighty  180) chains, thence east
Ighty 1801 chains   to the    point   of
ommencement,     making 640     acres,
lioro or less.
EATHEN W.    BUTTS, Locator,
Willium E. Butts, Agent.
Ralph L. Burllngham, Witness.     37
jocated this Uih day of June, 1910.
The quantity of water applied for.
Two cubic feet.
The   character   of   the     proposed
worka.    Plumes, pipes and ditches.
The premises on which the water is ,
to be used.   Lot 805, tbe property of
the applicant.
The purpose for which the water is
to be used.     Irrigation,
If for irrigation, describe the land
1 Intended   to   be    Irrigated,   giving
acreage.    Low bench land, ahout 120
t acrea.
Area of Crown    Lands to be occu
} pled by the proposed works.     None.
Thia notice was posted on the 4th
[day of December, 1910, and application wlll be made   to    the Commissioner on the 17th of January, 1911, ,
Give the names and addresses   of
any riparian proprietors or licenses
likely to be affected by the proposed
worka, either above or below the outlet.     Canadian Pacific Railway Co.,
Lot 4590, Oroup I, Kootenay diatrict
JOHN LRVBTT.
Cranbrook, B. 0*
petroleum over the following lands,
situate in the District of South East
Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot
4593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near throe miles due cast of the
34 Mile Post on the C.P.R. survey
line.
1910.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
^^^^^^^ _ days after   tho first   publication    of
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty this notice,   1    intend    to apply   to
days after   the flrst   publication   of the Chief Oommlssionor of Lands and
tbis notice,   1   intond    to apply    to Works, and    to the    Assistant Com-
which is tbc western boundary the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  mlssloner of    Lands and    Works for
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.   126.   ft. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuee
day  In  each   month   at eight   £
o'clock.
Sojourning  Companions   are
cordially invited.
: B.    H. SHORT, Scribe tt;
|       Box '162       UKANimOOK, 11. 0.
II.   A.FYi
Washing*
described
1593    East
of   Lot   4593, and     being the north- I Worka, and   to the    Assistant Com- the district of East Kootenay, for a
west cornor post of F.  Charles Bas-  missloner of    Landa and    Works for license to prospect for coal and   pe-
Bett'a     claim,     thence   south eigbty  tbe district of East Kootenay, for a troleum on tbe     following
chains,    thence east    eigbty   chains,   license to prospect for coal andKpe- lands,     situate in 1     	
tbence     north   eighty chains, thenco troleum on tho     following described Kootenay:—
west eighty chains to point of com-  landa,     Bituate in Block 4593    East Commencing at a post planted on
making  840  ncros,   more  Kootenay:— be     South Kootenny Puss     wagon
Commencing at a post plan In I on road on  Akamina creek,  about four
the    South    Kootenay    Puss     trail miles east of the forks of Klsheneh-
about a     mile eaat of     the forks of na and Akamina creek, hoing oast of
nd     Akamina    creek, nd adjoining  Mary  A. Thomas'  lo-
•outh of and adjoining Joseph Saul- ation, and marked Robert J. Cuse-
ter'a  locatlou,   and   marked   Frances ment'a north west cornor post,thenco
N. Turner's north oast corner  post: oast 80   cbains,     thence     smith    SO
thence south H'»    chains,  Mionce vtst bains, thonce wost 80 chains, tbence
80 cbains,    ihenee     north 80 chains north 80 chains to     the place of be-
tlience east 80 cbains t > tbe \dnce ot ginning.
ROBERT   J.   CASEMENT,
tin'  s,
ed   It.
mencement,
or  less.
Located  tbis l.th day of October,
'910.
F. Oharles llnsHctt, Locator Klshenehna
Kathen W.  Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts, Witness. 50-3
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 60 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
for License to prospect for coal and
petroleum over the following lands,
aituate In the District of South East
, Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot
4593.     ■
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due eaBt of the
34 Mile Post on the CP.R. survey
Une, which la the western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the south
west corner poBt of Isaac W. Anderson's claim, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or
least
Located this 12th day of October,
1910.
Isaac W. Anderson, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agont.
William IS. Butts, WitnesB. 50-3
NOTICE
I Intond
pi'nspeot f
io    appiy for _.    llconss to
or conl nnd petroleum over tn*
iiowiug lands situate in Block 4698 B.
Kootenay, '*■ 0.    Hitgitiuiug     at   u
■Ht   planted   1000 leH  want  of the   S-K
runr of Lot    So. 7188, und nmiK-'il  It.
A.   I'i'iii.t.'v.'uii\':i   N.   I_.   Corner:   Thence
ulmliis   mini h,   iIiimh'o HO chains   went,
thuticu HO chains noi'Ul,  theuce HO i linim
oust,   to   the   jutlnt   of  commencement.
it.  A.   FroldaveauXi   Locator.
1. N. Dally,   Agent.
Located  this 4th tiny of Ootober   1010.
-eveaus, Nurse, of Soat-
l, intend to apply to the
missloner of I .ami-, and
Kootenay District, far
purchase thi! fullowiiiK
ling nl ii poBt ulnntud at
«<r ni Lot 7«5U nnd mark-
rotdevoaux'a 3-B. cornor:
no north, thonce I4.'2't
thonoo HU chaina south.
"Iia in h mi .st. to point o(
and      containing    118.ii
Ft
Located stli duy of
Idoveaux, Locator.
.   Ilnlll.    Ayeiit.
October.   L010 44-RS
Frank Dezall
JENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tlrea Applied
To Buggy Wheels
10ENT8    FOR    CANADIAN CYOl.B
AND MOTOR OO'S UICYULHB
Repairing a Specialty.
I'bone SO     •   •   •     P. O.  Boi ill.
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Sale ot Rent -t ReuoMbh
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
"hone No. it.
beginning.
FRANCIS   N.  TUHNICIt,   l.fiHtoi.
Joaeph Saultor, Agent.
Located thia liith day ol November,
Ull). 48-52
NOTICK.
Locator.
Joaeph Saulter, Agent.
Looatod this Uth day ol November
1910 48-52
NOTICK.
NOTIOB la hereby glvon that thirty
dayo alter   the llret   publication   of 'l«>'a altar   the Unit   publication   c
this notice,   1    Intend   to apply   t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict of Kast   Kootenay.
Takt notlco tbat I, Joaeph Walsh,
Constable, of Fort Steele, Intend to
pplt (or permission to purchaw tbe troleum on the
NOTICK ls herehy given that thirty
llrst publication
this notice, I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Landa and
Works, and to the AariiHtant Commissioner of Landa and Worka for
the district ol Eaat Kootenay, for a
license to proapect for coal nnd  pc
following described lands: commencing at a post planted at the north
lino of Carlln's timber lease running
20 cbains north, thence 40 chaina
east, thence 20 chains aouth, thence
40 chains west to the place of commencement, containing 80 ncrat mora
or lea*.
JOSBPH WALSH.
Dateo September Uth, 1910.        28 47
following described troleum on the
UfTn'k  4598    Kast land",     situate
Ita
landB,     situate in    	
Kootenay:—
Commencing at a post plauteil on     (
the Houth    Kooteuay     Pass     trail the
the Chief Oommlssioner of Lands
Works, and to the Assistant Com-
missloner of Lnnds and Works for
the district of Bast Kootenny, for a
license to prospect for coal and pc-
followlng described
in  lllock  4592    Kast
tteuay:'- ^^^^
tnunonclng at. n post planted on
Houth  Kootenay Pass     wagon
_4-KtlM In the Protpaotor.
WATER   ACT,   1909.
TAKE NOTICE that I.  Alice U«r
trude Morris    of Cranhrook, married
woman, will apply    to    tho   Water      	
Commlsaloner at" Cranbrook   on the  Located this 12th day of November
81th     dav     ot   October,   1910,     at   M*. 48-52
about a mile    eaat of the forks   of rond on  Akamlna creel
Klshenehna and  Akamina creek, east mllos east of tho forks
of and  adjoining  Krancla  N.  Turners   IIS   nnd   Akamlnn   creek
location, and   marked     Beatrice N. of and    adjoining Mar
Thomas'  north    west     corner  post, location
thence east 81)     chnins, tlience south si
811 chuins,   thenee    west     8U chaius,  81
thence north 81) chaina to the place II
of beginning. 81)
BEATRICE N. THOMAS  Locator
Joseph Saulter. Agont.
about four
>r Kishonoh-
holng north
A. Thomas'
and marked AgnoB GUI's
ith   east  corner   post.,   thenee   west.
chuius,    thonco    north tu cbains.
nee east  HO cbaina,  tlience     south
chaius to the place of boginntngf
AGNUS GILL, Locntor,
JoHeph Saultor, Agont.
Located this  12th day ol November,
1910. 48-52 The
Monarch
Malleable
Iron Range
PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing   and   Heating  Engineers
"THE RANGE STORE"
IN A CLASS l-Y THBMSBI_VBS—FIRST-CLASS
McClary's
Famous
Sask-Alta
and Koote-
nayRanges
I.
II A\ E YOU  11 \1>  \ DRAW   \ 1
BROWNS    DRAWING?
If not, you had better get busy and
have one.
CHRISTMAS AND   HOLIDAY   PRESENTS
for the smoker at the
UNION CIGAR STORE
E.  H, Brown, Proprietor
Oalgary; Regain Mott, "f Wheal
Centre, Uberta; John Mott, ol Wheat
Centre, Uborta; aud tlio Urltisb Oo
lumbla Southern Railway.
.11 \ -;   s   SODBULINO
Spokane,  Wash
Iii Realty Building.
| ........ .-.., , .., ****** ••
:
LOCAL  NEWS.
ooni'ORvtion ni.- 'nii', orrv of
i'II WliuuuK.
Tho ilttlnj "i the i'i.mi ol Rovla
lun for the purpose ul correcting anil
rei nine, ihe \ otor's list tor the yoai
1911, will i.e hold on Saturday, tho
imii   .tni  ol   Dooombor,    1010,   al  i
o'clock   |.   in    (lucal i i     nt ilie
Olty ofllcos,
T    M    HiHIKIfl'S.
Olork "i the Mi ■!
paltt] ul Uie Olty nt Oranbrook, B.O,
WMIOIt    NOTIOB.
NOTIOE.
mr
Ofl  la hereby   given   Mint  :m  itnia
ier date I Intend to upplj i.. me Hon,
'"■'  deoloner ..f     Lands     inr   •
"in,   t,,   uroipact   for   euul   anil   Jielrn-
nn over the    following lands, iltuate
    I 'lot  »i  Southeast   KooUnay.
Itlall  inl Inn,   In   Lot  ..Mill
•a'
| ■ i ,..,,,,,..■>.,.,
V    M    > oung    ol    fori   Steele,   wns
in the olty Priday.
ll   li   v.i ing,    ol Nelson, wan reg
leterod at the Cranbrook Friday
Your Husband Would Enjoy
a Delicious
Beefsteak
for Dinner
11 si red  body and
brain    will   be
i   — ghl and tasto
of .i  a il    if   beefsteak,
donu to a turu and served up
witb   - m e   ol    tl ose    fresh
...   is      Wu    know   tho   cut
will  s iii  lum exactly.
shall we send it '•
C. K   Anderson, ol WycllHe   wae in
Ithe elty Monday.
1   II   tl.  Diinmock   ol  Movie, wiih in
the city Tuesday,
I    Mrs.  il,  T   But,or, ol  Nelson, spoilt
Sunday last m Craubrook.
Max McSweyn,
town  Tuesday.
of Nelson was
P.   BURNS   &  CO.
^.i -.......
*> j>
The Quain Electric Supply Co., I
LIMITED. ;
CRANBROOK,
BRITISH   COLUHBIA
ELECTRIC   FIXTURES
AND    SUPPLIES
CHRISTMAS GIFTS  FOR HOME.
TOASTERS,    CHAFING   DISHES,    WATER
HEATERS,   COFFEE   PERCOLATERS,
IRONS,    WASHERS,    HEATERS
AND   SWEEPERS.
Be sure and see our assortment   of
ELECTRICAL GOODS '■'.
I
^^»<j><s>(gK^*<^-i)'^i.**,,4>K*■(■■'■'"§>*   i^i****i>***4^**********
Everything for
The    Smoker!
Wo have the best Iiii" of Smoker's
Articles in Southeasl   Kootenay..,
Choice Cigars and Tobaccos
Cigar-Holders and i'ipes.
LESTER   CLAPP
The Tobacconist
WATER NOTICE
NOTIOH m hereby given tbat an
application will bfl matin under Part
V. of the "Wnter Act, 1909," to obtain a licence tn the Crenbrool- Wat
er District,
(a) The name, adilre.H and occapa
tion ol the applicant; Cbaa, P. Bod*
erline, 425 Realty Bldg, Bpokane,
Washington.  (Heal  Batata  Agent.)
(b) The name of tbe lake, stream
or sourcf*.     Elk river.
(c) The point of diversion. On
slon eh about, l/ifio feet up-stream
from tho Canadian Pacific depot, at
old 0. P. R. pumping station.
(rlj The quantity of watei applied
for (ln cubic feet per second) One
hundred  twenty five.
(ei The character of the proposed
works. Irrigation, pumping plant.
flumes and ditches to bo constructed
over Lots 734d, 7,110, 70DH and 4690;
(f) The premlHOH on whir.li the wn
ter ii tn he used, Lots f',4'ik, (iSfi'J.
1357,    6358,    6402,    C407,    fil%,    I960,
tim, Gl<Jf.. 43111, G2UU, 1985, 4332,
6194, 6198, 819, 7056, 7219, 7220,
Oroup  l    Kootenuy  dtstrlot.
(g) The purpose for which the
water is to be inscd.' Irrigation,
(In If for Irrigation describe the
land Intended to he Irrigated, fj.vmg
acreage, about 8,000 acres, being
said Lots 6408, 6359, 6357, fii.is, 04-2,
6407, 6196, I960, 6199 6195, I3i9, 6200,
1966, 4832, 6194, 6193, 319, 7655, 7219,
nnd 7220.
(J) Area ,,i Crown land intended lo
be occupied by the proposod works,
None.
ik) This notlco waa pouted m lhe
  day ol Ducombor,    1910,   ami
application will be made in the Commissioner on tin- 20th day nf .Innn
niv.Hli, ul two o'clock iii the alter
noon.
(Ij Oivo the names and u IdressoH
id uuy riparian proprietors • r li
oonsees who or whoso IimkIm aro
likely to be aflectod by tbo proposod
worka, either above or below the
nutlet.     Frederick    B.  Hei wood,   of
R. T. Morrow and wife, of Wardner
were Crnnbrook  visitors Tuesday.
0. A. Salt, of Kernie, was iu the
city Tuesday.
I   The Bonspiel will be held in Cranbrook on  January lfith.
!   N.  8. McLeod, of    Pincher   Creek,
was at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
C.  A.  Melntyre,    of    Vancouver,
was at the Cranlirook Wednesday.
i    J. McMullen, of Winnipeg     was in
the city Thursday.
[    G,    Green,    of    Vancouver,   was a
truest at tho Cranhrook Friday.
!    A. A. Ward, uf Michel,  was in the
city Monday on business.
■    G.  L. Wason, of Montreal,  was at
the  Cranbrook   Monday.
J. S. Peck, and H. Randal, left on
Tuesday on a holiday trip to the
Old Country.
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Gibbons, of
Vabk, were Crunhrnok visitors on
Mondny last.
Selkirk Preceptory held a regular
monthly assembly in the Masonic
Temple on Monday ovonlng last.
W , Thompson, of Port Steele,
spent several days this week in the
city.
A. Shepherd, and A. C. Clarii, of
Wardner, were guests at the Cosmopolitan Friday.
C. N. Connell and C. .1. North^vood,
of Vancouver, were guests nt. tbe
Cranbrook Thursday.
HOARDERS WANTED,—Apply to
Mr. John Willnrd; Hanson avenue,
near the creek.
J. Irving, of Nelson, T. Morloy, of
Vancouver and V. D. Doty, of Lethbridge were registered nt the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Mrs. T. T. McVlttle, Miss Galbraith, G. 0. Galbraith nnd George
Judd, of Fort Steele were in the city
Wednesday.
Lovers of good music should not
miss tbo Board of Trade publicity
conoort and dance at the opera
Mouse December 13.
The Columbln Concert QulntottO is
the equal of the best artists in Canadn. Hear them ut the Opera House
December 13.
Attorney-Generul Howser, has notified Chief Licence Inspector Sump
son to Instruct uii hotels under Provincial licenses to close at 11 o'clock
on Saturday nights. He mi quests
that cities amend tholr by-laws to
provide 11 o'clock closlngf
NOTES AUDI Nil I OWN
General trade is classed as satis-
factory.
Trade conditions are apparently
tin-nffoctod by tho approaching municipal election, which takes plnce lu
January,
Steady improvement is shown in
the building line, and ennt.rnctorn
report improvement in the volume
of business, with firm prices.
Retail trade is picking up and sains
of seasonable merchandise are as
good if not bitter than last year.
NOTICH is hereby given that an
application will be mado under Part
V. of tim "Water Act, 1910," to obtain a lleenee In tbe Oranbrook Wator District.
(a) The uatno, address and occupation of the applicant. Kdward
Oovell,  Kingsgate,  13.  O., Rancher.
(b) The aaino ol the lake, stream
or source.     Moyle  River.
(0) The point ol diversion. -00
yards above tbe suuth west corner
post of Lot 6424, Group l Kootenay
District.
! (d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second,) One
cubic foot,
I (e) The character of tho proposed
'works: A headgate, ditches and
'flume tu be constructed on Lot 6541,
Group 1 Kootenay District, ths prop-
irty of A. K. Miller.
j (1) The premises on which the wa-
'ter is to be used. The said Lot 6424
! (g) The purposes for which tbe
| water is to bo used.     Irrigation.
(b) If for irrigation describe the
laud intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage. The southern part of said
|Lot 6424.
!   (j)   Area of    Crown  laud intended
1 to be occupied by the proposed works
None,
(kj   This notice was posted on the
  day of November,    1910,     and
application will be made to the Commissioner un tiie 13th day uf Deceni-
er 19i0.
(1) Give the names and addresses
Qf any riparian pruprietors or licences who ur whose lunds are likely
to be aflected by the proposed works
either above or below the outlet, A.
K. Miller, of Cranbrook, D, G.
(Signature.)       bid.  Covell.
(P. O. Address,) Kingsgate, B.C
46-49
'   "' '"Hag       "t      rt     p..Hi     ,   MM,'-)     M     ,„.
near  S  mllll due wit of the 88 mill put
ii tin 0, V It mrv«y Uni which n tha
woitirn boundary of Lol 4fiua nnd ue-
tag thi \. W.uornir post ..( t_»ih«u W.
Uutt'i I'liiini, thonce aouth eighty (BOj
chains;   thenoi Bait  ittflitj   (80]  ohitni;
1,1 '•' '""•tn eighty   (80) ohulni, thenre
woat eigbty (80) oh&Ini to tim point nf
cummoucimint, making Mu anus, u,_r_
or   Ion it,
BATHKN   W.   MIT is,   Locator.
William E. Uuita, Witness.
Located   Utli   In*   Day    of   Sept*»wbei   Ult.i
NOTIOE.
NOTICH Is hereby given that 80 days
nft.ir date I Intend io apply tu the Hon.
i'liii.f Commissioner uf Landi lor a
license to prospoct tor coal and petroleum ovor tho following lamia, situate
iu tlio District uf Southeast Kootenay,
tiritisli  Columbia,   in   Lot 45U3;
Commonclng ai u post plantod at or
near _. miles due ollMi „f the 8fi mile poet
on tho 0. P. ft. survoy lino which ie tho
western boundary of Lot 469a and being the southwest corner post ot 3am.
uol P, Wilson's claim, thonce north
eighty (tin, chains; Ui-iicu eat*. olg<ht{
(80) chains; thence south eighty (80)
chains; thence west uighty (80> chains
o tho point ol coinuienreinent, making
•(•iu acres, more or loss.
3A-UII-L P.   WILSON,   Looator.
Eathen  Vi.   Uutts,  Agaut.
Willium   E.   Hutts,   Witness.
Located  this lat  l>ay  of September 11*10
TIIE
Cranbrook Orchestra
FIVE     PIECES
ia prepared touoaepl engagements
u> furnish ituista for
BALLS, DANCES, ETC.
Addrttaa Communications le
E, HALSALL
Phone IM7 p, 0. llox Ul
Cranbrook,      •     •     B. 0.
VV.  R.   BEATTY
Undertake.*,
Embalmet'i
Funoral Director,
ORANBROOK, RC.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
w. cline f
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby givon that 30 days
after date I intend io apply to ihe Hon,
Chief Commissioner nf Lunds for «
licenst* to prospoct for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate
in the District of Southeast Kootenay,
British   Columbia,   in   Lot   4598:
Commencing at a post planted at or
near 5 miles due «a»t ol the 35 mile post
on the C. 1*. K. survey Lino which is the
western boundnry of Lot 4598 and t,o-
ing the southeast corner post of Mary
E. Wilson's claim, thence north eigbty
{80) chains; thence west oighty (Mi)
chaina; thence soutli eighty 18OJ chuins.
tlieuce east eiuhty (8U) eliuins to the
puint of commencement, iiui-itiK fl-40
acres,   moro   or  less.
MAHV   E.   WILSON,   Locntor.
Etithoii W.   nulls,  Ag-nt.
Willium  E.   Butta j   Witness.
Located   this   Lit  Day  of September 1910
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District uf Eft_*t Kootenay
TAKE NOTIOE that 1, Eliiiure L.
Staples, of Wycliffe, B. 0. occupation
Lumberman, lntende to apply lor par-
missioQ to purchase H4o acrea ot
land bounded aa (oIIowb:— Commencing at a post planted t | miles oust
of the 2a mile pnut on eust line of
British Columbia Southern Hallway,
Lot 4-'J_, Group i, Kootenay District, and being al the north east
corner of Lot 10137; thenre north KU
chaina, thi-nce went HU chains, tbence
south 80 Chains, thence east 8U chains
to place of commencement.
Hate. August 29th,   1410. 38-4G
KLMOItE L. STAPLES,
0. Bayard Staples, Agent.
WATER     ACT,   W09,
TAKE NOTICE that I Allied Doyle
of Fort Steele, occupation rancher,
will apply to thc water Commissioner at Oranbrooi. on the llth day of
October, 1910, at eleven o'clock in
the forenoon for a license to <-ivert
one cubic foot of water per second
from six mile creek, at a point nit-
tiate about 20(Meet above thc mouth.
The snld water will be diverted and
conducted by a dam, ditches aud
flume to be constructed on and over
Lot 129, Croup 1 Kootenny District ,
the property of myself.
Thc sail, water will be used [or the
irrigation ol uae hutidred acres ti,
said Lot 129.
No Crown Landa will he affected
hy thn works.
No riparian proprietors or holders
of water licenses will he aflected by
the works.
This notice was posted on the 	
day of September, 1910.
ALFRED DOYLE.
WATER    NOTICK.
NOTIOE is hereby given that an application will be made undor I'art V. of
tba "Wator Act. 1909," to obtain a
license   in   tbo   Cranbrook  Wator  District.
(a) Tho namo. address,  and occupation
f the applicant.   ».  c. Hydraulic Power   Company,   Limited,   Head   office,   Vancouver,   ll.   C.     Capital  110,000  divided
: up  into   1 J  shares.
The objects of the company include:
The acquisition by purchase or record
or otherwise of water and water power,
und of recorded or unrecorded water
and tbe application of such water and
water power for producing aud genera-
ting electricity   and for the purpose and
. in tim maimer and methods sei lorth in
section 186 of the Wator Act, 1909 and
generally to exercise and carry out all
the powers and privileges conferred up-
on    Power    Companies  by  laid     Water
j Act,   1909.
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
■ource,  Elk River.
| Co) The point of diversion 8700 feet
about, above post on wost bank marked
SJ   E.  2'J7      K.V.  L.    Co.. the     natural
.level of water being raised from thereto
point 6700  feet  up  stream.
(d) Tbo quantity ol water applied for
(ln cubic fool per second) 500 cubic feet
per second.
I (o) The character of the proposed
works, dams, pipes, flumes, tunnels power bouses, hydraulic and electrical plant.
The water to be used for tho purpose
of  thy   Company's   undertaking.
(g) The purposo for which the water
Is to he used, generation ut electrical
energy.
I (i) tf tbo water is to bo used lor power or mining purposes, describe the
place wtiere the water Ih to i.e returned
to some naturnl channel, and the difference in altitude between point ol diversion mid point of return. Water will
tie returned ubout 1700 foot above the
soutb east corner oi Lot VIU7, (Jroup 1,
difference In altitude between point ol
diversion and return tHl) feet, natural,
1)00 foot from crest of dam to tail race.
ij) Area of Crown land Intended to lie
Occupied by the proposod works, None.
tit) This notice wim posted on tlio
Uini day of October, li'lo, and application wlll bo made to the Commlssionur
on   Uut   aOth   day  of   December,   1U10.
| (I i Give ill" names, and addresses of
any   riparian      proprietors   or       licensees
wl r ■whose lands    are likely     to ln>
aflected by < be proposed worka, ultluir
above   or   below   tbu   outlet.      Kootonay
Vniiny Land Company■ Nelson, h. c.
Q. H, Watson, Tort Htoole, it. 0.) Geo-
rjfO lloggiirih, Cranbrook, tl. O.j William it. Itoss, Pernio, D. .O.j Rosabel
Ooodwyu  and   Harriet   Nelson,
11.   C.   Hydraulic     I'uwor   Company,
Limited.
Winch HuiiiUiig
Vancouver,   H.   O.
P, 0, Address, Cranbrook, U. 0,
Per  W. F.    (Jl'ltD, Iti Solicitor,
S'ot,«—ono   cubic  foot    per   second    ii
equivalent   to   85,71   minor's   inches.
Ul the old   Mniiuolm  tlarher
Shopoati now be found III the
MANITOBA HOTEL
^'li'it (Muss  Work  In
all  brandies uf the
I \ Tonsorlal   Apt • |
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DKALEK IN
.All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a Sl'EOlALTY
BUYER  OF  FURS
Sage's Old   Stand, Hanson Ave
Phone !151
r
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
^
J
NOTICK.
NOTIOB is hereby (riven that so days
Ufter dnte l Intend to apply to tlii*'lion.
Chief  Commissioner   of      Lands      for    a
{licensa to prospect for coal and petroleum mer the following lands, situate
in   thn    District   of    Hoiilhenst    KooUnay,
: Hi.ti.sh   Columbia,   In   Lot   ItMM:
1 Cotnmonclnii at a post planted at or
near   fi   miles due east of tlio nil mile   post
Ion tlio C, P. It. survey lino which Is the
weHtnrri   boundnry    of  Lot   4.r>U8,  and be-
,lti(.   the   N.   B.  corner   post   of Hnnlel   V.
ttltfKonK clnlm.   " ce south eighty ihui
chnlns:   thonoo   weal   eighty   (HO)  chains;
'ihonro north eighty fw>i ohalnsi thence
unit eighty <HII> chains to the point of
Citininoncimenl. making a\o acros, more
or loss.
1 HAMKL   K.   H1GC. 10SS, Locator.
En then  W.  Uutts,  Agstit.
Will lam  TC.  Hmts,  witness,
.Located this lit Day of September 19X0
Ihey last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Avanut.
Pbone 167. Oranbrook, B.O.
_l.HU   BHOOND    HAND MACH1NB8
FOH SAl.R   CH10AI' AND TO
RUNT
TIE Mil
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
To Trade
Twenty-five acres of good
Fruit Land, three miles from
Cranlirook, B. C, for one
Heavy Team of Horses, not
under twelve hundred pounds
and not over eight years old.
j Apply To
E. CORBETT
i Cranbrook     -      •     B. C.'

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