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Library ot !.t|  ill.
VOLUME 16
ORANBBOOX, BB1TISH COLUMBIA, 8ATUBDAY, APRIL 30, 1910
NUMBER 18
PROSPECTOR
OR PROMOTOR
Of Interest to the Mining
Men of the Kootenay.
Soon weather conditions will be
thc menus ol rendering possible tht
commencement ol development won
on thc many claims in this district
nnd results ol the work ore being
looked to eagerly, for upon these aie
bused the mineral future ol our dis
trict.
Present outlook seems Indicative of
a season's work which promises to tar
exceed previous  years.
Now that science has opened up
lucrative methods of obtaining val
ues Irom ores hitherto of little or no
value, and capital is anxious to assist in the development of any prop
osition that gives at least a possibility ol assuming a producing
stage, the mining industry should
again become and especially in thi
district, a prime factor in thc wealth
producing industries.
Olniin owners and miners having
this in view would do well to be
thorough ln all their work, aud
although the promoter of mining
properties has been and is today a
means of fraudulently obtaining
money from the public and thus
bringing the whole industry subject
to adverse criticism, ye.t this branch
is a perfectly and necessary part of
mining operators however great or
small the Held of their operations.
It is to be regretted that men wm
are interested in othei public affair.-
should use their energies towards thi
unscrupulous handling ot the stoc'
of local properties without studyini
the result ol such actions not onh
upon this Industry but upon the
whole district as a Held to investors
in all lines of business.
On; haB not to look back far ir
the history of the progress of districts where such transactions hav-
eventually been brought to light
without realizing at once thc untst-
burden imposed upon the otlle-
worthy projects, where the minim-
mining industries has lent themselve
eosllv to their unsatisfartorv hand
ling by unprincipled men of affairs.
RURAL FREE MAIL DELIVERY
In the course of the discussion o.
the Post Oltice estimates Mr. J. E.
Armstrong, M. P., brought
up the subject of free rural mail
delivery. The present paltry system,
he said "merely leads to the creation of contention and strife In tin,
rural districts." The mails are de
livered only on existing mall oi
stage routes and only ln certain por
tlons of the country. "But", he asked, "have not the people on tht
other concessions just as good
right to the advantages of the rural
free mail delivery as those residing
on existing mail or stage routes'!
Why should the men on these routct
have their farms increased in value,
as tbey undoubtedly are, by their enjoyment of the advantages that comt
from the delivery of ttie mails at
their very door, and the people wb
live a mile or so away, perhaps in a
more thickly settled portion of tht
country, he deprived of these advan
tages."
Mr. Armstrong went on to note the
disadvantages under which the farm
era now labor. "I want," he said,
"to call attention to the fact that
the time has come in some of tht
older provinces when the population
is decreasing yearly instead of In
creasing in the rural districts. Takt
thc province of Ontario; the deput\
minister of agriculture of that prii
vlncc made the statement that whil
in 1884 thc population was 1,108,874.
in 1899 It was only 1,047,018, show
ing a reduction of 111,857. The cities
have increased In numbers hut not
the rural districts, and many people
fromthe rural districts have gone to
the northwest where they can get the
advantages which they do not eujoj
in the older provinces, and which ad
vantages arc a great inducement tt
people'to remain on their farms."
" The day is at hand", he oontin
tied, "when we must give to the peo
pie In the rural districts every ad
vantage to Induce them to remain oi
the land, not only telephones am'
electric cars, but free mall dellven-
at tholr doors. Tbe expense of running a farm is far in excess of what
it was years ago, and takes lots of
money to get the mails, especially
when wages are bo high as they are
at present. Rural tree mall delivery
will bring the farms and rural com
munltles in closer connection with
commercial centres. It encourages
the improvement of country roads
and by making rural life more attractive It stimulates agriculture. It
he- been the menns of Increasing the
value of farm lands."
KING    EDWARD'S   CONDITION
Edward VII. may die any moment,
and when his end comes it will be
very sudden. The members of his
family, tbc persons of his Immediate
entourage anil thc principle dignitaries of the govornment have been
warned of thta, and the great, officers
of «tnle nnd also T.ord Lansdown,
well as Lord Rosehery In the House
nt Lords, and ci-Premler Balfour In
the House of Commons, are not only
fully   prepared   for a demise of   the
crown, hut likewise to make all arrangements subject to the possibility
of so untoward un event.
The King, according to private
letters from authoritative quarters
In London, ls suffering [rom what is
known as arterio-Bclerosls, which is a
sort of progressive llbroiis degeneration of the arteries and takes the
form of attacks of arterial contraction. The blood vessels suddenly reduce their diameter, backing up the
blood upon the heart, which ls
thrown Into a desperate spasm of effort to overcome tile obstruction.
The patient grows livid, strangles
and lights for breath, and will die of
heart failure if not relieved by ainyl
nitrate and chloral. The attacks of
contraction are recurrent, appearing,
aa the disease progresses, at always
shorter Intervals, while thc amyl nitrate and chloral lose their ctlleacy,
until at length an attack occurs
which stops the overstrained heart
for good and all.
There is no cure for the malady,
and it is necessary, especially in the
later stages, to have a physician always at hand, since the attacks come
without the sllgntest warning and
require instant attention.
Although this grave condition ol
the king's health is fairly well known
in London, yet no English newspaper
has ventured to say anything about
the matter, and even thc foreign
newspaper representatives in the Eng-
.ish metropolis who may happen to
nave some inkling of the state of attain* are obliged to be most guarded
in their references thereto, lest they
should find many important sources
of information suddenly closed, and
themselves subjected to legal annoyances of so unpleasant a character as
Co render continued residence in England well nigh intolerable.—"A Veteran Diplomat," in the Boston Herald.
DAINTY ORACE CAMERON.
Our theatre going public will be
most happy to learu tbat on Tuesday, May 3rd, dainty Grace Cameron
with a splendid supporting company
will appear at the Cranbrook Opera
House. The name of the play is
"Nancy" and is from the pen of C
H. Kerr, who wrote, "Over the
Fence," The Beauty Doctor," Little
Dollie Dimple," and a host of other
,'ood plays. Tbis ls tbe most important ot this season's theatrical
events, and there is no doubt that a
large audience will be on on band
to witness this clever performance.
The supporting company is one of
superior excellence, comprising such
well known names ns Phenhe Oar
downle, Jack Raymond, Christopher
Nelson, Frank Watters, and many
others. The scenic, mechanic, and
electrical effects are particularly
elaborate, and the production will be
shown here in its entirety, the same
as in all the metropolitan cities.
One of the most pleasing eflects in
'Nancy" the new comedy in which
Miss Grace Cameron will be seen at
the Cranbrook Opera House on May
3rd is the curtain of tbe first act.
All through the last scene, Miss Cameron works with the theatre in absolute darkness, with the exception
of the red glow of an old cook stove.
In this particular scene, the dramatic situation is so intense that even
though there is not a word spoken
for nearly two minutes, you can bear
a pin drop or a breath taken unusually strong by any member of the
audience. During the action of the
play Miss Cameron will sing several
selections of the swlngy order, and
also ot the big culatura variety. In
a recent criticism a Montreal paper
says "Marcela Sembricb" alone has
the coloratura power of singing ttiat
Grace Cameron has. Trie greatest
nf coloratura       singers,       was
Adeline Pattl, who ls now gone from
us but Grace Cameron can run her
a close second.
Miss Grace Cramcron who appears
'n C. H. Kerr's comedy "Nancy" at
the Opera House on May 3rd, Is not
only a star in this country but In the
old world as well, having toured
South Africa, England, Germany antl
France. Miss Cameron was educated
for grand opera antl speaks four for
■ign tongues as fluently as she does
English. Her versatility is wide
tpread ns shown by ber many parts
Within two weeks she played Marguerite in the opera "FaUBt" with
Savage Grand Opera Co., and Daphne, a hoy's soubretto part in "Foxy
Qulller" at the Broadway Theatre.
STUMPING EXTRAORDINARY
A discovery of great Importance to
owners ol cut over lands has been
•nade hy one of the workers In b
Itbineland paper mill, who noticed
the destructive action of nitric acid
ind sulphuric acid on woody structures.
This man has recently removed the
stumps from sixteen acres of new
'and at a cost of four cents each and
ive minutes labor for each stump.
His method Is a lollows:
With a two inch anger he bores a
hole down Into the stump ihont two
feet deep, and nnnrs into this hole
one pint of a mixture ol enual narts
if nitric acid and sulohuric tcid. He
nines the hole tlehtly with a nine-
nrevlously dipped In melted naratln*
Thirtv dnv« Inter the st.umn, roots
and all, will be a chaired mnss nl
rotten nuln. and mav he spre.id over
ty,« qMi wjth a shovel, ns a fertlli-
*er.—Ex.
t.AITRIF.R'R  POSITION  HOPELESS
tendon. April 2B.—Referring to the
".nnrn+tvt nntnre of tlie Onnadnln
v,v»l Mil »!«• Snt«r.|ny n-n.lnur
is' "t.nnr'n.'t nouitinn is hnnplnoq
n from . f^n^nAInn .-Inw nnfn*
Tt wnr nftenrfd ttie foreigner would
""»""' tt.«.4 f'»it Britain's war was
Canada's war,"
LAG0NI6
KITCHENER
Why  He Did Not Visit
Canada-Cat out of Bag.
The cat is out ot the bag. Kvery-
uotty has been wondering way Kitchener did nat come to Canada. For
nearly a year the press has been
uusy telling ue that he was travelling from India home by way of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada;
that he would investigate military
conditions in this country and finally
scheme. He sailed from Australia,
but to everyone's surprise landed at
San Francisco, travelled through the
States, and left New York without
so much as touching the Canadian
frontier. There was much speculation on the subject. A Chicago
scribe, ot course veracious, reported
Kitchener as saying that he was
visiting because he was In a hurry to
get home; but after "great expectations" tbis suggested excuse was a
little too "thin," and now by dint
of a judicious question Sir Wilfrid
Laurier has been forced to admit, on
the floor of the House, that Lord
Kitchener was not Invited to visit
Canada, which is in itself a sufficient
explanation of why he passed lt by
on the other side. This may not be
a serious matter, but it is one of
these straws whloh shows which way
the wind blows, and is entirely In
line with the recognised attitude of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his party
towards anything which would stimulate Canadian sentiment in favour
of Imperial defence. —Victoria Week.
MOTHER'S DAY.
The following communications are
self explanatory, and will be read
with interest by everyone who reads
The Prospector.
Mr. C. R. Sayer,
Winnipeg, Man.
My Dear Mr. Sayer:—
Our Philadelphia Y. M. 0. A.
is especially interested in the day ln
honor of our Mothers and yours, and
we want your State to join Pennsylvania in leading in the Mother's Day
movement. There is a great power
ln this cause for the association.
Will you do all you can to have
every branch In your State fitly celebrate tbe day? Also give it all possible publicity through the press.
Also ask all civic, religious, military
social and other organizations to
join you in celebrating. If you can
ask your Governor or Mayor to make
public requests of citizens to observe
the Day, their proclamations and the
co-operation of the newspapers will
give you such great success that you
will And Mother's Day one of the
most uplifting and Inspiring of tbe
year.
Thanking you for your co-operation
Cordially,
(Signed) Robt. B. Adams,
Promoter of Service.
My Dear Sir:—
The enclosed ia from Mr. Robt.
B. Adams, secretary of the Philadelphia association, and represents a
resolution passed by the Pennsylvania State Convention; urging upon
all the associations in the State, the
observance of the second Sunday ln
May, the 8th; as Mother's Day. Mr.
Adams asks our co-operation in the
West; and I guess there is no greater
Held for a movement ot this klnd.than
In Western Canada. Might lt not be
wise for you to consider whether it
would be advisable to observe 6this
tlay, and get some of the fellows who.
are away from home to do some writing. The object is to honor and uplift
Motherhood, and give comfort and
happiness to the best mother that
ever lived: (Your Mother) observance
of some distinct act of kindness to
somebody's mother, by a visit or a
letter in remembrance of your own.
Floral badge is a white flower, preferably a white carnation.
Use your own judgment as to how
you can make this helpful to the
men.
Slncerelv yours,
Chas. R. Savers.
Travelling Secretary,
follow with prospector note
The Prospector desires to eive its
best word to the "Honor Mother"
movement which is mentioned above,
nnd which is taking hold In Canada.
Its badge Is tbe White Carnation, a
eome'v flower, which everybody
should wear Sunday May Sth, that
being the dnv set nnart. Anv white
lower will be suitable, thoueh the
demotion should be nreferred, Menv
editorials will be written, manv
veraes made nnd none, snd manv
sermons will be nrenehed—for honor-
)ne Mother is something that strikes
n chord In everv bosom— but the
otorv will not he half told at thnt.
Th" mother love )« thn root nl all
reiipb.n The ministers ot Cranbrook shnntd sli do honor to the
dnv. foe the sentiment Ir non wcta-
rinn, but i* almoin tribute to Mother.
then pressed and Stirling catching a
nice cross from Rcid scored thc llrst
goal for cranbrook.
This first reverse seemed to put
more life Into the Hosmei- team who
pressed bard and Harrison bud to
save a fast shot from Oaktley. Cranbrook again got tbe pigskin going,
and a nice centre from HendeBon was
converted into a goal by Lumsden.
Cranbrook now seemed to have the
the upper hand, the Hosmer forwards
being unable to pass Cranbrook's
halfbacks. After a fierce and prolonged fight on Hosmer's goal Mc-
Ewan scored goal No. i with a very
pretty shot. A few minutes after the
whistle sounded half time, tbe score
being Cranbrook 3, Hosmer 0.
On resuming play, Hosmer pressed
close to Cranbrook's quarters, but.
I failed to penetrate the very able de
fence of the home team; Jim Clark
at back being especially strong.
Midfield play followed and lt could
be seen that the home team were
taking things easy being content, no
doubt with their lead of three goals.
After thirty minutes play a combined
run by Hosmer resulted ln tbe visitors scoring tbeir flrst goal. This
reverse wakened the home team, and
immediately Torrance made a clever
shot which came near being another
goal for Cranbrook. The second half
seemed stale compared with the first.
The home team seemed to lack training and failed to play tbc game as
, they did in the first part of the
'game. About the last few minutes
Hosmer kept up a prolonged fight
but failed to score. The whistle blew
and the game was over, The score
being Cranbrook 3 Hosmer 1.
sjhe Hosmer team created a good
impression, Allen, their right back
being very sure. Their best forward
was Mlllett. The home team played
a fast game, and it was the opinion
of many that it was the best that
Cranbrook has   placed in the    field.
Billy Harrison was a very sate
goal keeper, and Jim Clark was the
beat back on the Held, Sam Watson
was reliable but not as dashing as
usual. J. McEwan was the cleverest
half afield, beside scoring a clever
goal his placing was certainly a
treat and with Torrance made up a
half-back line that will take a couple
of "swift un's" to beat. Wallace was
the best forward and Reid at centre
balanced the line to perfection, bis
passes to the wings being good.
Stirling and Henderson on the wings
have played better, and Lumsden
was weaker than usual. From a
visitors point of view the Cranbrook
team is able to hold its own witb
any football team in the Kootenay.
FOOTMAU,  AT    CRANBROOK
A vnrw enio'rnble "nme w«s nlavp*
on Hnndnv, Anrl' 94th, on the rne«
course ..nimrlu hit ..>,.„», tennis rer-rp.
ppntlni. Hosmer «n^ Crnnbrook, Thn
n-nmn rommnneed heforp n fntr crowd.
TH<»hr .WO" TToimer r.rp«sp'' .till Wit.
Int.   ttlmnpt   cot through.      ClnrV     re-
llevlng with a big   kick.    Cranbrook
TROUT   FISHING
The fishing season opens tomorrow,
May 1st, and the dlciptes ot Isaac
Walton, will be out in force, after
the speckled trout.
Nowhere In British Columbia are
tbe big sportive trout so prolific as
in tbe waters of the Kootenay river
and its tributaries.
Tbis year, the season promises the
best fishing for many years, and as
soon as the high water is over, the
angler will wend his way to the
St. Mary's river, and other choice
places of advantage, where he can
cast his fly, and catch the spotted
beauties in abundance.
If there is any angler in the Cranbrook district, who don't know where
to go, and how to catch the gamey
trout; he should cultivate tbe acquaintance of "Wes" Cline, president
of the Cranbrook Fishing club, who
Is authority on every feature of the
fishing game tbat will be of interest
to tbe angler.
KITCHENER'S  POST
London, April 26.—Tbe Standard
speculating editorially on Lord
Kitchener's duties as commander in
chief ot the Mediterranean district
remarks: "It is hinted he may enjoy
some undefined authority over the
troops of the self-governing colonies,
acting in association with local executives." The Standard wants for
Kitchener the post of technical adviser to the cabinet and working
chief of the whole military defenses
ot the empire.
MISS    GRACE   CAMERON
In the great comedy "NANCY."
Last seen in Cranbrook. in "Little
Dollie Dimple."
N. Hanson, of
Sunday last.
Gus. Theis, was down from l'erry
Creek Monday
Monday next is cleaning up day.
Don't forget it.
Frank Derosier, of Jaffray, was in
town Wednesday.
H. Ritchie, of Toronto, was in tbe
city Saturday last.
E. O. Boynton, of Perry Creek waB
in town Saturday last.
F. H. Pearson of Skookum Chuck
was in the city Tuesday.
D. J. Elmer returned Monday from
a business trip to the coast.
Gomer Jones, of Wardner, was in
the city Monday on business.
F. J. Smythe, editor of the Moyie
Leader, was in tbe city Monday.
Seats for the Grace Cameron company, Tuesday May 3rd, 50, 75c,
and J1.00.
J. Johnson, of Lethbridge, was in
town Thursday.
Tendors are being called for the
erection of a school house at West
Fernie.
A. E. Watts.of Wattsburg, was
transacting business at Cranbrook
Monday.
E. Elwell, of Beale & F.lwcll, was
at Marysville Monday on company
business.
Cranbrook golfers arc entering
most enthusiastically into thc game
this season.
J. S. Gusty, of Fernie, auditor for
thc P. Burns company was in the
city Thursday.
C. O. Janklns, P. D. McLaren, and
J. Atkins, were guests at the Cran
hrnok Siiniloy !set.
The Are alarm whistle will be installed' at the Electric Light power
house in a few days.
The Cranbrook Electric Light Co.,
will establish a day system of light
and power some time in May.
C. B. Mansfield, of Hedicinc Hat,
was shaking hands with his many
friends at Cranbrook this week.
See G. R. Leask & Co., for plans
for spring building and be ready to
start with the opening of the season.
Seats tor the Grace Cameron company, Tuesday May 3rd, 50, 75c.
and $1.00.
A   good   soaking rain    would     be
greatly appreciated by the   ranchers
and fruit    growers in the Cranlirook
district.
W. A. Anstie, of Nelson, secretory
of the Mountain Lumbermen's As
sociation, was in tbe city Monday,
on company business.
Mr. A. McCowan, left on the "Fly
er" last Sunday night for Edmonton. A large number of friends was
at the depot to say   good bye.
Cranbrook and Fernie have gone
upon record, through their boards of
trade, as favoring a consolidation of
all East Kootenay boards of trade.
D. J. McLannan, of Nelson, J. W
Porter, of Toronto; A. L. Fortler, of
Hosmer; and W. J. Allen, of Marys
ville, spent Sunday last at the Cran
brook.
It ls said the comet     can be seen
with the   naked     eye:   Our "devil
says the eye should not go about  in
that   way,   but    should be properly
clothed.
W. R. Haldame, of Nelson; W
Brcmner, of Montreal; J. A, Wilson,
of Saskatoon, and A. E. Ilailey of
San Francisco, were guests at the
Cranbrook Monday.
The Mountain Lumbermens asso
elation held a convention at. Fernie
on Wednesday evening, when matters
of importance to the lumber Industry
was under considcratian.
Messrs. R. T. Brymner, It. Bono-
dick, M. A. Miicdonnld nnd P. DeVere Hunt, were nt Fernie Wodnca
dav attending a meeting of tbe nsso
elated boards of l.rnde of ICnst, Kootfl
nay.
It jb reported thnl tbe contract for
the construction ol tin1 Y. M. ('. A,.
building 1ms been awarded to J, n
McCallum ft Co., niso thnl Ilie build
ing will be constructed of brlrfc is
Htend of wood.
We nre pleased to nnnonnee tint
Mr. T. T. McVlttle of Fort Steele,
who hnB been confined to bis home
for the nnst. two months with rheti-
mntlptn hns recovered, nnd nccomnn
nled hv Mrs. McVlttle. nnd Miss
Onlhralth, vlBited Oranbrook Thurs
day.
Go to Stewart's for choice, fresh
strawberries.    Arrived  today.
For the past week forest (Ires have
been burning west of Cranlirook. A
large number of men were engaged
Monday in protecting limits owned
by the Staples Lumber Company at
Wycllffe.
Students of t,he Public School may
now begin to look forward In earnest
to tbo midsummer examinations.
The examinations for entrance to
high school will begin during the latter part of June.
a number of Fort Steele citizens
coming to Cranbrook early on Wednesday morning, say, that in the
grey hours ol the dawn they saw the
comet—though they had no telescope—just tlie ordinary glass.
H. Stewart, the confectioner has a
new delivery rig In commission which
's ono of the finest turn-outs in tbe
city. There is a lot of Booth prudence in Mr. Stewart, he always believes in having the best.
Coal Creek football team is out
with a challenge to try conclusions
with the Cranbrook team. Come on
Coal Creek, we'll treat you as nicely
ns we did tbe team from Hosmer.
Base ball tans, held a meeting on
Tuesday night, and arranged to have
a hall team tbis year. Mr. E. H.
Small, waa elected as manager, and
Mr. O. C. Neilson, secretary. The
nine will commence practice next
week.
Miss Edith L. Cook., of Niagara
Falls, representing the Spirella Corset company, was ln the city Thursday, on company business. The local selling agent in Cranbrook of
this perfect fitting corset, is Miss
Ethel Bent.
V. Rollins, William Rollins, and
J. A. Arnold were at Spokane Sat-
drday last. Mrs. V. A. Rollins and
Mrs. George Hoggarth lelt on Sunday for Spokane, and will return
with the Messrs. Rollins during the
week.
An early riser, one who gets up
between Ave and six in the mominp
can sec the comet. It rises with the
sun, or rather Just before the s'm
shows over the mountain tops, and
by six o'clock Is almost directly over
tbe summit of Mount Baker.
MION-A
Relieves Stomach Misery Almost
Immediately.
If the food you ate at your last
meal did not digest, but laid for a
long time like lead on youi stomach
then you have indigestion and quick
action should be taken.
Of course there are many other
symptoms of Indigestion, such as
belching up of sour food, heartburn,
dizziness, shortness of breath and
foul breath, and if you have any of
them your stomach is out of order
and should be corrected.
Mi-o-na tablets have cured thousands of cases of indigestion and
stomach trouble. If you have any
stomach distress, Mi-o-na will relieve
instantly.
But Mi-o-na unlike most so-called
dyspepsia remedies, does more than
relieve; it permanently cures dyspepsia or any other stomach trouble by
putting energy and strength into the
walls of the stomach where the gastric juices are produced.
A large box of Mi-o-na tablets costs
but 50 cents at Beattle-Murphy, "Ltd.,
and are guaranteed to cure or money
back. When others fall, Mi-o-na
cures. It is a producer of flesh when
the body is thin; it cleanses the
stomach and bowels; purines the
blood and makes rich red blood.
BOLD and guaranteed by Beattie-
Murphy Co,  Ltd.
COUNCIL MKKTINQ
A sperial meeting of the city
council was held ln the council chamber on Tuesday evening. There were
present Mayor Fink, and Aldermen
Hunt, Campbell, , Patmore, Green
nnd Johnson.
It was moved by Aldermen Patmore
and Green, that leave be granted to
introduce by-law No. 76, being cited
ns the City nf Cranbrook Debenture
By-Law.    Carried.
Haid by-law was then read a flrst
and second time, then on motion, the
council resolved into a committee of
the whole, with the Mayor in the
chair, to consider by-law No. 70,
clause by clause.
On rising the committee reported
progress,
The council adjourned at  10:30.
METHODIST   CHURCH
Sunday Mny 1st, 1910. Children's
service at II a. m, Baptismal service, and Sunday school and Bible
classes nt  .'1  p.  rn.
Annual Sunday school and Sacre-
meiitnl service nt. 7 p.  m,
Longuo prayer service at 7 p. m.
Monday. Annual Sumlav school
mwt.ng at « p m., Quarterly official
hoard, at 9 i>. m.
Tuesday. RJpworth Loauue service
at which Mr Offle will rive n plne-
nntoglcal lecture.
We'll.. "Inv.    1 nd'tV   AM   Hif'tln" n»,
the residence of Mrs. Alhort Nmhttt.
Thursday, Prayer service at 8 n.
m.
Friday,   Oholr practice it 8 p. m.
Fon   RENT,
Rooms    fot    Htehl    bouse   keening.
Furnished or unfurnished.      a*">'v to
W.  H   nRATTY. ESTABLISHED   181)5
A. B. GRACE.
Editor
Subscription
j Canada is now reaping the harvest
■resulting irom an energetic Immigra-
I t [on propaganda. Tbc advantage
should not be thrown away by haiul-
I ing the natural resources of tbe Do-
; minion to exploit financiers. But so
i far as the Dominion Government is
| concerned, the outlook fur the con-
jrvatlon of     the public domain    is
$2.00 Per Your  ilarker than ever.
Advertising rates  made   known  on
application.
MILLER AND AYLESWUltTH
One result of the defeat ol the Mil
ler Bill to suppress gambling ou race
tracks has been an extraordinary
bitter attack by Mr. Millet on Ml
Aylesworth. the Minister of Justice.
Mr. Miller charges in effect is tbat
Aylesworth assured him that the
Bill was satisfactorily drafted, and
that when it came up iu the House
he assured the House that Lt was
badly drafted lie advised me In
one way when I consulted hnn, antl
h&s advised the House tu an entirely
different way," was Mr. Miller's final
remark
The member for South Grey brought
the matter up on a question ot privilege, resenting a statement hy Mi
Aylesworth in debating the bill that
he (Mr. Miller) had quoted a letter
which he had nut expected to see
quoted. Mr. Miller made it perfectly
clear that he had procured the letter
from Mr. Aylesworth for the express
purpose of using it. and he declared
that he had warned Mr. Aylesworth
of his purpose.
"I have a great deal to c'lnpiuiu
of, I think,'' he said, "a* to tin-
treatment of the minister of Justice
in connection with this whole matte;
Having discussed the question with
him, as I have discussed it with him
and he having made the statements
that he did make, aud which it
would perhaps take too much ol thi
time of the house to discuss, I do
say that if I had used the minister
of justice as he has used me in this
matter, I would have thought that 1
hadstruck below the belt and that i
had acted neither honestly or honorably. That is a plain statement to
make but if the minister of justice
demands of me to mak* tbe fullest
possible detailed explanation of my
words I am ready to do so at any
time either in the house or outside of
it."
Mr. Aylesworth protested that he
had not meant to impute dishonorable conduct to Mr. Miller and the
member lor South drey retorted by
charging the minister witb double
dealing. His objection to/the bill has
been that it would interfere with private betting. Mr. Miller submitted
the bill to him, and the minister said'
"I do not think it can be improved
on for the purpose for which it is in
tended." "But" said Mr. Miller. "I
took the fullest care nt all times to
tell the minister of justice that it
waa not tlie desire of the promoters
of tjie bill to in any way interfere
with private betting. Knowing tbat
that was not the intention, he suggested that tho bill could not be Improved upon for the purpose which it
was intended. I said to the minister
of justice; if this bill, in your opinion, would affect the man that makes
n pflvate bet, I would like you to
suggest any language that you can
suggest that would leave out the private bettor nnd exempt him He
said, 1 cannot suggest any language
that would be an improvement on
the bill as it is drawn in that respect. Afterwards I myself, fearing
the minister of justice might make
some further objections to tlie nil in
that regard, than it was interfering
with private betting; drafted a clause
and submitted it to him, and as he
inhis own writing amended it in or
der as he thought to fit thc case. 1
Haid; will the amendment, as you
hnve changed it, till the Bill, and
exempt the private bettor) He said,
I think it wlll. The Minister of Justice looked carefully over the Bill.
He said that clause 235 did not in
any way interfere witb the private
bettor, but that it would with the
recording or registering of a private
bet."
And in conclusion Mr. Miller repeated that Mr. Aylesworth had said
one thing to hum and another thing
to tbe House. It need only be added
that Mr. Miller is a devoted Liberal.
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
There are doubtless many parties
in Cranbrook, and Southeast Route
nay, who have property for sale,
houses, stores, farms, laud, stock,
household    articles,    produce,    etc
There are also likely as manv par
ties wanting to buy ju.st sucb'property.
The reason, in most cases, why
those wmhing to sell, is that they
do not luiow of the parties wbo are
open to buy, while on the other
hand those wanting to buy do not
know who has for sale just what he
wants
This can be remedied a1 the small'
est cost. The ProBpfiCtor goc* Into
1000 homes every week, ami is read
by 3.00C people. If anyone has anything to sell, hy advertising ln the
Prospector, he has 8,000 chances to
get the eye of the purchaser,
The price is small, fifty cents for
live lines, which will he read by 8,000
people.
The spring    rush of immigrants, to
Canada     has    begun,    the    rush   at
North  Portal,    Gateway and    Kings
! gate  is greater than  any  yet exper-
I lenced.   Kast Kootenay will certainly
share in this immigration.
Will Laurier swing Canada into the
naval competition? He would like to
to.    But will the people stand fur it?
WATHH ACT 1909,
TAKE NOTICK lhat 1 Charles M.
y an Warmer, ol Cranbrook, stoic
Keeper, will apply to the Water Com-
mlssioner at (Jranbrook on the 14th
day >>t June, 1910, at eleven o'clock
ui the forenoon for a license to divert one cubic foot of water per second from small streams crossing thfl
eastern boundary ot Lot tos**, Croup
i Kootenay District at points near
thfl said crossing
The said water will be used for the
irrigation ot the southern 150 acres
'l the said Lot, held by the appli
cant under the application to pur
■base of 1 11 Wilson, K, S Chap-
nan, ami James Martin; ami wlll In?
conducted hv Humes and pipes over
said  Lot  LCS9 only.
No Crown Lands will
ui'! riparian proprietors
will he affected hy the i
notice was posted on ihe
May,  1910,
CHARLKS   M    YANWAKMKli.
Form o. notice approved, a copy
shall be posted on tbe highway
■rosslng the said Lot. and another
■opy on the Moyie Rivex Uridge at
\mssi!a*e
J    F    AKMSTKONC.
18-22 Water  Commissioner.
he affected
or UcenBees
orks     Tbis
2nd day of
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
iays after date i intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
>f Lands fur a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
the     following       lands situate
in   the    District  of  Southeast  Koote-
my.    British Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
iv ne'ar 9 miles due East of the 40
mile post on C P. R. survey line,
which is the Western Boundary ut
Lot 4593. and being the Southwest
:orner post uf WtHiam Denner's
claim, thence east eighty 180 > chains,
:hence north eighty (80) cnains,
Chence weat eighty (S0> chains,tbence
soutb eighty (80) chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 4th day of March 1910..
WILLIAM DENNER,    Locator,
Eathen W.    Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,  Witness.        17-21
CORPORATION OP THE
CITY OP   CRANBROOK
TAKE NOTICE that you are hereby required on or before tbe second
(2) day of May, 1910, at one (1) p.
m. i, local time) to have all the garbage, ashes, and rubbish of every description placed in the lane or on the
street adjacent to your premises, in
heaps or in boxes, and to have your
premises thoroughly cleaned and in
a sanitary* condition.
Wagons and teams will be furnished by the City, free of charge,
at one (1) o'clock (13.K) in the afternoon of the 2nd of May, 1910, to
remove the same. The owner or
tenant of tbe premises shall assist
the teamsters to load the same in
thc wagons .and In removing the
same from the lane or streets.
Monday the second (2) day of May,
1910, Is declared to be a general
cleaning day for the City.
The owner or tenant of the premises
not cleaned pursuant to this notice
by the evening of the 2nd day of
May, 1910, will be summoned under
the provisions of the Health By-Law
and is liable to a penalty not exceeding 1100.00. The provisions of
the By-Law will be strictly enforced.
The City is not bound to give any
notice whatsoever, and this notice ls
merely in order t0 facilitate a general denning up of the premises within tbe City and shall not act as a
precedent.
The Chief of Police and Chief of the
Fire Department will be in charge of
tbe work.
RY ORDER,
J. P. FINK, Mayor.
F. W. GREEN,
Chairman of the
Health Committee
The naval bill passed its third
reading in thfl House of Commons by
a majority of forty-one, and Canada
is In for a worse than useless expen
dlttire which will run into many
miliums. Canada without a navy
wan In no danger of getting into
war of her own making, and she wan
tinder no Obligation to prepare for
wnr of any other kmdd.
 ty—.—
The saddest blow of till hOfl fallen
on an enlightened community. The
price of beans hftfl gone up our third
In two years. That of pork* hns kept
pace, and hr,,wn breid may follow
Honce thewc tears In Boston
 n	
Tho motion before the Ottawa Olty
Council tn     abolish   the bar   in thei
hotiso of commons only got four sup
porters. I
CRANBROOK    ELECTORAL
DISTRICT
Objection has been made to the retention on the Register of Voters of
the following names: any voter objected to or any voter on his behalf
will be heard at the Court of Revision to be held at the Court House
at Cranbrook on Monday the sixteenth
ilay of May, 1910, at ten o'clock In
the forenoon.
2.1,   Anderson, David    *
Armstrong, Charles James
Arnold,  Harry Trowbridge
Asselstlne,  Bert
Averill,  Robert
Bale,  Frederick A.
Harney,  Clifford  Augustus
Bex, Henry
Ulnitey,  John
Breckenridge,  David
Itucktnnn,  James
Burke,  Michael
Burton, John Webster
Campbell,   William  Welsh
Chalmers, Alexander   Irwin
Christian, William John
Oloary, William
Clifton,  Fred
46.
r,:i.
57,
69.
88,
98,
189.
If,2.
197.
240.
247.
2(,0.
298,
881.
866.
871.
871.
ANCHORBRANDFLOIIR
386. Collins, Uobert Jobn
398. Cook. Bancroft Pierpont
412. Corry,  John .lames
518. Douglas,  John
535. Dulmage. Archibald V,
536. Dulmage,  Don  lluthuue
537. Dumont, Frederick
550. Kccles,  John Lease
556. lSdwanls, Sylvester David
599. Finch.  Charles Kilwaru
6112. Finlay, Robert
638. Foster, William Gordon
651. Freeze,  Walter Addlngton
653. Friend,   .lames   Alexander
667. Galloway,  Archibald
735. Grant,  John Forbes
798. Harvey, James A.
841. Hill,  William
847. Hodglns. John
887. Hungerford, Gorge
936. Jones, Frederick Augustus
1000. Kydd, William
1025, Lapointe, Henrv F.rneat
1123 Marshall.  Frank Douglas
1124. Marshall. George
1236. Murphy.  Thomas F.dwnld
1267 UcOoaUU,  Archibald
1187 McDonald, Donald Alei
1315. McDonald,   John  Joseph
1362 McKav.   James
1398. McLean. Samuel lloliald
1110. McMahon, Frank  J.
1611. McMahon, Patrick J
1129 McQuharrie.   Angus
nan McQuharrie, Matthew
143S. Mcl'avish.  John
1440. McVlttle,   Harry   Hamilton
1443. Nation.   Harold  Turton
1449. Nelson, John
1535 I'etlit.   Harry   Clifton
1538. IVttigrew.   William
1566. Pugh, Benjamin
1591. lleid.  Charles  Kdgar
1634, Rogers, George Thompson
1833. Sutherland,   Alexander  John
1879. Trerney,  William   James
1906 Vaudecar.  Frank   Uatley
1912. VoUrath, Charles F.
1913, Vromaii, Oharles Dexter
1966 Welch, Oeorge
2047 Yates, Dean Roscoe
2050. Yeandle, Charles Henry
J.  F.   ARMSTRONG,
Register ol Voters,
Cranbrook, 6 April,  1910. 16-18
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
ani>   MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
.   F. GURD,
Barrister. Solicitor, etc.,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
G. H   THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, and
Notary Public
Office—Reld Buildings,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
McVITTIE & PARKER
P.L.S. & CE.
CRANBROOK, B. C
J. T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C. Land Surveyor,
P.O   Box 2l«i. Phone 223.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
J. W. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V.,   V.S.,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1H98. Gradate and medalist ot McKUllp
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member ot
British Columbia association.
ALL CALLS MIGHT . DAV PROMPT!. V ATTINDEO TO
OFFICE   AT   McKINSTRYS   LIVERY BARN
CRANBROOK, B. C.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦'
•iDr. E. W. Connolly ll
Physician and Suroeon
Office; Armstrong Ave
HOUlCs
V tu It tt.ni.   li tu 4 p.m.      tn H ji.iii
I'hiiiii' Ollli'i' 105.   Rosldonco lllll
ANCIENT ORDER ? FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 1943
Meets Id Garmea'i Hall 2nd *m* 4th
Thursday ot each month at I p.m.
sharp,
A. McCowan, Chief   Ranger
O. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
Fs Os E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAILES
Meet ovory Friday at g p.m
Visiting  Brothers Cordially   Invited
W. It. Johnson, acting president.
W. F. O. Carter, acting Sec.
Aerie Physician,   P.   O.   Box 28.
UPlf LEAF Mllll LODGE
M»U avary ftcond and fourtb
WadnMday at new Fraternity
Mall. So|ourlng RcbcKahi cor*
rildfty Invited.
N.O. Minn L. M. Tnnr.hftUr.nr
Sec.    MIm Mae Obapm&n.
W.  K.   HEATTY
Umk'i'trtkoi-,
Ktnbalmor,
PuWBl'a) Director,
CUANUKOOK, B.O.
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.  12ft.  K. A. M.
Kt'Kiihtr im'rtiuKH: 2ml TuuH
day In each mouth at ri^ht
o'clock.
Sojourning rtniipiuiimm are
■cordially Invited.
B.    H. SHORT, Scribe F.
Box 1MB        CKANHKOOK, 11. (J.
W.  CLINE   ::
— o—
OI the old Manitoba llarber
simp cuii now be found In the
MANITOBA HOTEL
First Class Work In
all  branches of the
'' Tonsorial   Art < >
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DEALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Ave
Phone ISI
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER  AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
Por   Sale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
Shone No. M.
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
iOBNTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLES
AND MOTOR GO'S BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone SO     •   •   •     P. O. Boi 113.
THE Fill
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
""■N
J
They 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 Annus.
Phone 157. .    Cranbrook, B.C.
ALSO  SECOND    HANU MAOH1NBP
FOR SAI.B   CHBAP AND TO
HINT.
F. E. Corrison
Band Master City Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainur.   Orchestra furnished
Phone JJ3.
CRAMiROOK, B. C.
f ranbrook Lodge, No. 34, A. F. A. M.
Regular meetings on
the third Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren
welcomed,
W. P. ATTRIDQHS, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secreti
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.C.
?"
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
*********
WENTWORTH
HOTEL grantorook,
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. McDO!NAL,D Proprietor
Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
********************************<
PHONE
68
THE
^,rfV STORE
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.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Staple and Fancy Grooera
************* 11 >******•*****■**■***,*******.>+++**
George  R. Leask & Go.
BUILDERS
and
Contractors
J
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED OH APPLICATION
PHONIC IU P.O.BOX 868
ALL  KINDS  OF  HUILDING   MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
********************** *********************'
 \_ — FURNITURE —
We are daily adding new lines to our immense stock of thoroughly dependable furniture. Our sales, so far this year, have exceeded our most sanguine expectations. We attribute this increase to our quality of goods and
the service this store affords. We sell goods at the lowest possible prices but
always consider quality before price.
CARPETS and RUGS
We have just placed in stock three large shipments of Rugs-Canadian
and English-and we believe we now have the largest and most beautiful
range ever shown in the Kootenays. On account of our heavy buying we
were able to secure a large lot of small Rugs at a much less price than regular. These
are worth from $3.00 to $3.50 each but we are going to place them on sale Saturday at
$2.50 each.   This is a snap
We can now make up special size Rugs "while you wait."   We have one ot the latest
carpet machines which does much better work than can be done by hand.
Big shipment of English Linoleums just came to hand.   Price per running yard
$1.00 to $3.00
CURTAINS
Before buying please examine our stock of Lace Curtains, we have them from 65c
to $6.50 per pair. We also stock a big line of Tapestry Curtains, and Curtain Cloths at a
little less than usual price.
Furniture
Department
Second
Floor
Our Goods arc
QUARANTtCD
MONEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED
Furniture
Department
Second
Floor PHTMORE BROS.
A L,arge Stock of Perambulators and Go-Carts--J«st In
ORANBROOK LAND   diotrict
District of   Kast Kootenay.
Take notice tbat 1 Daniel Charles
McDonald of Kirjgsgate, B. IV. occu
pation telegraphist, Intends to apply, for permission to purchase the
following describe*! lands: Commenc
ing at a post planted nt tbe soutli
east corner of lv It 1074; tbence
north 30 chains, tbence east 20
chains, more or less, to the Moyic
river, thenee down the right hank oi
the river to the point of commence
ment
Daniel Charles McDonald
Agent (or John Robertson
Dated March  31.  1910. 16 il
NOTICE
.Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police. 30 days alter the appearance
ol this notice, for a renewal of my
license to sell Intoxicating liquor on
the premises known as the Wattsburg
Hotel,  Wattsburg,  B. C
f     KKLS.U.l.
Dated April 12th  HI"
thi District ot Kast Kootenny foi n a post planted ou the north [oik ol
In, im to prospect for foal and I'e j Sage. Creek about three l.li tulles
troleum on tin- lollowing de east and twxi (2) mites nortli oi Uie
eeric-ed lauds comtusnolng at northeast corner of Lot 8734, lllock
a post planted on Sage Creek about 4ISUa. being the initial post, ii,Mil.
three i3i miles east ol the northeast east corner, thence so chaius south,
coruel 'I Lol '''■tl. Block 4593, and I SO chains west. SO chains north, Sli
being ttie initial post, northwest cot chains east to point of commence
ner, tbence so cbains south. SO chains ment ami     conainlng t-lo acres more
east, SO chains north, St) chains west
tu polnl oi commencement, and con
talning 640 acres, mors or less
1  ic ltd this Ith dav of    April, imu
GEORGE   HARVEY,   Locator.
.1 limes   Fisher,   Agenl,
CRANBROOK LAM'   DISTRICT
District    ol    Kast   Kootctiin
NOTICE is hereby given that witb
in thirt) '■!"' days from the dale
heivoi, i Inteud to apply to the Chief
Cutiutiissionei ot Lands ami the As
sist uit Commissioner of Lands tor
the   District   oi   Kast   Kootenay   for
ur less.
Located  this 5th  dnv  ol    April.   1910
EDITH   1.    LKNNIK,   Locator.
ISL':! .laiiH's   Klslier.   Agent
CRANBROl
District
NOTIOE
Take notice that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent ol Provincial
Police. 30 days after the appearance
of this notice, for a renewal oi mj
license to sell Intoxicating liquor on
the premises known as the Perry
Creek  Hotel,  Perry  Creek.  B.   C
A.   BURGE
Dated  April  12th  1910. 16-20
lice isa to prospeel
troleum ou ihc
scribed lands
i ; sl planted abo
nor b and ten t10
ihc northwest corner
Bl ii „  1598, and  being til
rthwesl       corner,   ihenee   SO   chains
SO      chains    east       SU   cbains
SO  cbains      west,  to  point    of
ecu.ent     containing   640  acres
:   '.ess
ited  tins 2>th dav  ot  Marcll. 1910   1S-22
FRED  CRARY,   Locator,
James Fisher,  Agent.
i   Coal and lv scribed      lands       commencing
lollowing     ,le a post  planted     about six (6) tulles
ininencing       at north and about one ill mile past of
[our   ll'   miles the    northwest      corner  of  Lot  S731,
.■hams wesl    oi lllock Iii93,     and being    the     initial
f  Lot  S731. post.     northeast     corner,  thence 80
initial post chains     south. SO   chains     west,    SO
to point oi commencement, and con
talning i>10 acres, more or less.
Located this tin day ol    April, 1910.
GODFREY  BOOTH, Locator,
Is :'i James   Fisher,   Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol   East Kootenny
NOTIOE is hereby given that with
in   thirty  |30l  days     Irom the    dale
hereof, I intend to apply to the chiel
Commissioner  ul   Lands  and  the  Aft
sistnut   Commissioner    of  Lauds    for
the   District   of   East   Kooteuay  for  a
lici.ii.se to prospect  for  Coal  aud  l'e
troleum     un     the     tollowing     described       lands:       commencing       at
a poat  planted about      two (2)  miles
northeast  corner of Lot
4593,   being  the   initial
.I   Lauds    lor poat,    southwest    coiner,     thence 80
lotenay for a chnins    north,   80    chains    east, 80
Coal and Pe   chains south, 80 chains west, to point
illowiug     de   of commencement and containing 640
LAND   DISTRICT
Easl   Kooten ty
NOTICE is hereby givon that "ith
iu  thirty   (30)   days      from  the    date
hereof, 1 intend to apply to the Chief nortb ol th
Commissioner ot  Lauds and the As   8781,  Block
slstaut Commissioner
the   Hist rut   of   Kast   K
licenso to prospect for
troleum     on     the    i
ut  acres,  more or leas.
Located this 1st day of April,  1910.
THOMAS W.  WALKER,  Locator,
18-22 James  Fisher,   Agent.
easl,   to
containing
chains     north.  80     chain
point ol   commencement,
640 acres more or leas.
Located  this  29th  day  ol  Marcll.19111
H.  0.   SCHMIDT, Locator,
James  Fisher,  Agent.
CBANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kooteuay
CRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District    of    Kast  Kootenay
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (3C) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to tlw Chiei
Commissioner of Lnnds nnd the Al
Blatant Commissioner of Lands foi
the Diatrict ol Bast Kootenny for a
license to prospect for Coal ami Pe
troleum on the following de
scribed landa: commencing at
a post planted about two (2i
miles north nnd about ten (10) chains
west of the northwest comer of Lot
8731, Block 4593, nnd being the initial post, northwest corner, thenc ■
80 chains north, 80 chnins east. 80
chains south, 80 chains west, to tic
point of commencement and contain
Ing 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 28th tlay of March. 1910
0. T. MOORE. Locntor.
18-22 .lames Fisher,   Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   Enst Kuotenay
NOTICK is herehy given that with
in thirty (3ft) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands fur
tho District of East Kuutenay [or a
license tu prospect fur Goal antl Petruleum on the following described lands'. commencing at
a pust planted at ahuut two (2)
miles north and ahuut ten (llll chains
west uf the northwest corner
of Lot 8731, lllurk 4593, and being
the initial post, southwest corner,
thenee 80 chains north, 80 chains
west, 80 chaina BOUtb, 80 chnlns east
to point ol commencement and con
talning 640 acres more or less.
Located this 28th day of March. 1910
1).  DRYSDALB,  Locator,
18-22 James Fisher.   Agent.
ORANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTICK is hereby given that within thirty (30) days Irom the dute
hereot, I intend tu apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lnnds for
the District of East Kootenay for a
licenso tu prospect for Coal and i'e
troleum on the following de
scribed lands: commencing at
a post planted about two <2i miles
north and about ten <10i chains
west of the northwest corner of Lot
8731, Block 4593. being the initial
post, northeast corner, thence su
chains south, 80 chains west, sn
chains north, 80 rlmms easl to point
of commencement containing Old
acres more or less
Located this 2sth day of March, 1910
William PRIOR, Locator,
ls-22 .lames Fisher,  Agenl
N 'TICK  i.-  hereby
n thirty  '30'   days
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty  (80)   days     from the    date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
nimissioner of  Lands and the As-
of Lands   for
iven that with
from the datt
bereol, I Intend to apply to the Chief sistant Commissioner
Commissioner of Lands and the Assist int Commissioner of Lands for
in' Iiistrict of Bast Kootenay for a
ui ;s. to prospect fur Coal and Petroleum on the following de-
-cr ied lands: commencing at
it ] 'st planted about [our 14) miles
nor h and ten (10) chains west ol
the northwest corner of Lot 8731,
Block 1593. and being the initial
posi, northeast corner, thence 80
chains south, 80 chains weat, 80
chn ns north, 80 chains east, to
point of commencement and containing t',40 acres more or less.
Located this 28th day ol March, 191
M C. HALLETT, Locator,
James Fisher,  Agent.
CUANUKOOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   uf   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within  thirty (30)  days     from the    date
hereof, 1 intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner uf Lands and the Assistant Commissioner   of Lands   for
the District uf East Kootenay for a
license to pruspect tor Coal and Petroleum     on     the     lollowing     described      lands:      commencing      at
a post    planted about   one (1) mile
north and two (2) miles west of the
northwest corner of   Lot 8731, Block
4593, being the initial     post, northwest corner, tbence 80 chains south,
the District of East Kootenay for a 80 chains east, 80 cbains   north,    80
licenso to prospect for Coal and Pe-'chains west,     to point of commence-
troleum     on      the     following     de- ment, and containing 640 acres, more
scribed      lands:      commencing      at I or less.
a post   planted abuut    six (6) miles i Located this 2nd day ot April. 1910.
north and about one (1) mile east of' H. M. FULLERTON, Locator,
the northwest   corner of     Lot 8731,! 18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
Block 4593, and being the initial post! '
northwest corner,   thence    80   chains       CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
south, 80 chains cast, 80 chains north ; District   of   East Kjotcnay
80   chains   west, to   point    of com-
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRtCT
District of East Kootenuy.
1, John ti. Anderson, ol Douglas
Town, New Brunswick, gentleman, in
tend tu apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lauds:-
Gornmenclug at a post planted at the
northwest cornet, ahuut une mile
nortb uud 60 chains east of the
northwest corner of Lot 7397: thence
south 80 chains; thence eaat 80 chains
thence north 80 chains; thence west
80 chains to the point ol commencement, and containing 640 acres more
ur less.
John G. Anderson,   Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated  Sth March,  1910. 13-21
WATER ACT 1909.
Take notice that Camil Godderis of
Crauliiook, farmer, wlll apply to the
Water Commissioner at Cranbrook
au the loth day of May 1910 at
eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for a
licence under Part V of the said act,
for a licence to divert one tenth of a
cubic foot of water per second from
Joseph's Prairie Creek for the purpose of irrigating six aud a half
acres of land being parts of Lota 27
and 28 Group 1 Kootenay District.
Tbe works proposed are ditches and
dumes to he constructed over Lot 24
and 28 said group. Tbe proposed
ditch head Is at the bead of the
ditch constructed by Frank Godderis
no crown land will he occupied aud
no proprietors or licence holders will
be affected except the Baker Estate
represented by V. Hyde Baker of
Cranbrook, and the Fernie Fort
Steele Brewery Co., of Fernie, B. 0.
This notice was posted ou the 1st
day of April, 1910.
14-18 CAMIL    GODDERIS.
NOTICE
NOTICE ls hereby given that 30
days after date t intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the tollowing lands Bituate in the district ot
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near three mile.
due east of the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. surrey line, Which is the western
boundary of Lot 4193, and being tbe
northeast corner post ot Nora Oera-
ghty's claim: thence soutb elghty(80)
chains, thence west eigbty (80) chaina
tbence north eigbty (80) chains,
tbence east eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located thla 21st day of February
1910.
NORA   GERAOHTY. Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.       15-20
is :2
CBANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTIOE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As-
sis; mt Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
I in is" to prospect for Coal and Pe-
tro'eutu on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about four (4) miles
nor b and ten (10) chains west of.the
noiJiwcst corner of Lot 8731, Block
i59t, being the initial p°st, Southeast corner, thenee 80 chains north,
80 chains west, 80 chains south, 80
che'ns east, to point of commence-
mer.t, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Lo, ateil this 28th day of March, 1910
F. P. MAKING, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
mencetnent and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 29th day of Marcb,1910.
PERCY   CRIDDLE,   Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent
CRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   tfast Kootonay
NOTICE Is hereby given that with
in thirty (30) days from the date
hereot, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner oi Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
licenso tu prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about six (6) miles
north of the northwest corner of Lot
8731, Block 4593, and being the initial post, southeast corner, tbence 80
chains nortb, 80 chains weat, 80
chains south, 80 chains east to point
of commencement, and containing
640 acres, more or leas.
Located this 31st day of March,19l0.
EDWARD A. MANNELL, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days (rom the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner uf Lands and the Assist mt Commissioner of Lands for
the District ol East Kootenay for a
lice.iso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about four (4) miles
north and ten llO) chains west of the
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
4593, being the initial post, Southwest corner, thence 80 chains north,
so chains east, 80 chains south, 80
chains west, tu point of commence-
mejit, containing 040 acres more or
less.
Located this 28th day of March, 1910
F.  M. ADAMS,  Locator,
18 23 Jumes  Fisher,  Agent
CBANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
District    of    Bad   Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty 130) days Irom the date
hereof, f intend to npply t" ttie Chief
Commissioner of Lands and tbe As
sistant ('nmmissionet of Lands for
thc District of Eaat Koutenay fm u
licenso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the lollowing de
scribed lands: commencing at.
a pnst planted about two i2i miles
nortli and about ten (Km cbains west
nf the northwest, enrner nf Lot. 8731,
Block 459.1, being the Initial post,
northwest corner, thence so chains
south, 80 chains east, so chains
north, 80 chnlns went, to point ol
commencement, and containing 040
ncres more or less
Located this 28th dav of March, 1910
JOHN SCHMIDT, Locator,
18-22 Jiinies  Fisher.   Agent.
ORANBROOK LANU   DIHTRICT
District   of   Bast Kootenay
NOTICE Is hereby given that Willi
In thirlV (80) dnvs from the dale
hereof, 1 intond to npply to the Chief
CnnimlsMioner of Lnnds nnd the As
sistant  CummiHiiiuner    nf  Lands    fur
('HANDBOOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
N ITICE is hereby given that within f.hlrty (30) ilnys from the date
horcol, I intend to apply tn thc Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As-
sisl mi CommlBBioner nl Lnnds for
Hie District of Eaat Kuutenay fur a
lice isi to prospect for Coal and Pe-
tro'eitni on the lollowing described      lauds:      commencing      at Post, northwest
CRANBROOK
District   of
LAND   DISTRICT
East Kooteuay
NOTICE is hereby given that with
in thirty (30) days from the date
hereof, I Intend to apply to the Chiel
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
license tu prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about sli (6) miles
north of the northwest cornei' of Lot
8731, Block 4593, being the initial pust, southwest corner, thenee
80 chains north, 80 chains east, 80
chains soutb, 80 chains west, tu point
ol commencement, and cnntiilnliig
640 acres, mure or less.
Located this 31st (lay ol March,1910.
H. W.  K.  CANAVAN, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   EhnI  Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from thc dnte
hcreol, I Intend to apply tn tho Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and the Assistant Commissioner of Lnnds tor
the District of EaBt Kuotenay for a
licenso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about two (2) miles
north of tbe northeast corner of Lot
8731, Block, 4693, being the Initial
corner, thence
; n post planted nn the nnrth fork of
| Sago Creek about three (3) miles
east and about two (2) miles north
of the northeast corner uf Lot 8734,
Block 1593, lining the Inltla' post
southeast curner, thence 80 chains
north, 80 chains west, 80 chains
soutli, 80 chains east to point of
commencement and containing 040
acres, more or less.
Located tins 5th dny of April,  1910.
N. M. CUMMINS. Locntor,
18 ii James  Fisher,   Agent.
chains    south,     80 chains   east,
chains north, 80 chains west, to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
Located this 1st day ot April, 1910.
STUART MANNELL; Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
ORANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol   East Kuotenay
CRANBROOK
District   nl
LAND   DISTRICT
Bast Kiiotoniiv
NOTICE la hereby given that within thirty (30) days Irom the date
hereof, f Intend to npply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistunt. Commissioner of Lands for
Hie District of East. Kuutenay for a
licenso tu prospect for Coal and Petruleum on the tollowing de
hereof, f intend to apply to the Chief Hcrtbod lnnds: commencing at
Commissioner of  Lands and Hie As- a post, planted on Rage Creek aboutl lng 640 acres more or less.
three (3) miles onst of the northeast |    Locntcd this 21st   day of February
corner ol Lot 8734, Block 4593,    and 1910.
being the Initial pilot, northeast enr-1        ANTON M. PAULSON, Locator.
ner, thenre 80 chains smith, so chains Kathen W   Butts,  Agent
NoTicK in hereby given Uiat with
n  thirty  I30i  days     from Hie    date
Sudani Commissioner   of Lnnds   for
Ilie District of Ensl Kuotenay lor a
license to prospect fur Coal and Pe-
troleum    on     the    following    de
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay tor
license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about one (1) mile
north and two (2) miles west of tbe
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
4593, being tbe initial post, southeast corner, thence 80 chains nortb,
80 chains west, 80 chains south, 80
chains east, to point' of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Located this 2nd day of April, 1910.
THOMAS   McPHERSON, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
licenso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a pust planted on Sage Creek about
three (3) miles cast of the northeast
corner of Lot 8731, Block 4593,
being thc initial poat, southeast corner, thence 80 chains north, 80 chains
west, 80 chains south, 80 chains east
to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more or less.
Located this 4th day of   April, 1910.
ROBERT LENNIB, Locator.
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District  of   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days (rom the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of Kast Kootenay for a
license to prospect for Coal and Pe'
troleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted south of Huge Creek,
and about thirty (30) chains Bouth
of the northeast corner of Lot 8734,
Block 4593, being the initial poat,
northwest corner, thence 80 chains
south, 80 chains east, 80 chains north
80 chains west, to point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this 5th day of   April, 1910.
HERBERT KEYS, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
NOTICE ls hereby (Wen that 30
days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands Bituate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, Hritish Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near three miles
due enst of the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which Is the western
boundary of Lot 4593, and being tbe
southwest corner post of Anton M.
Paulson's claim; thenee north eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chnlns, thence south (80) eighty
chnlns.tbence west eighty (80) chains
to thn point of commencement, mak-
NOTICE.
NOTICE ls hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license tu prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district of
Southeast Koutenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
dua east of the 36 mile post on C.P
R. survey line, which is the western
boundary of Lut 4593, and being the
southeast corner post of Charles L.
Paulson's claim; thence north eighty
(80) chains, thence west eigbty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 21st day of February
1910.
CHARLES L. PAULSON.Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E.  Butts,   Witness.        15-20
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
ot Landa for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district ot
Southeast Kootenay, British Colum
bia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
due east ot the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is the western1
boundary of Lot 4593, and being the
northwest corner post ot Walter W.
Hay's claim: tbence south eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80).
chains to the point of commencement'
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located tbis 19th day of February
1910.
WALTER W.  HAY,  Locator,
Eathen W.  Butts, Agent
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend tu apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
ot Lands for a license to pruspect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, Urltish Colum
bia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
due eaat of the 36 mile post on C.P
R. survey line, which is the western
boundary ot Lot 4593, and being the
northeast corner post ol George
Wykes' claim: thence soutli eigbty(80)
chains, thence west eighty (80) chains
thence nnrth eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres more or less.
Located this 19th day of February
1910.
OEORGE WYKES, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
scribed
lands:
ommenclng      at west, 80 chains north, 80 chains east  William E. Butts,   Witness.
15 20
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days alter date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate In the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4693: Commencing at a
poat planted at or near ftve miles
dtie east of tbe 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is the western
boundary of Lot 4593, and being the
southwest corner post of Peter C.
Paulson's claim: thenee north eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
cbuins, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80)
chnins to the point of commencement
mnking 640 acres more or less.
Located Uiln 19th day of February
1910.
PETER    0. PAULSON, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        16-20
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Bait Kootenay.
Take notice that James Fisher ot
Rosslahd, B. C; occupation prospector, intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands:— Commencing at a
Post planted at the southwest corner
ot Lot 7843, tbence nortb 10 chaina;
thence west 110 chaina; tbence south
10 chains; thence eaat 110 chains to
the point of commencement, and
containing 120 acres more or lew:
13-21 James   Fisher    Locator.
R. F. Anderson, Agent.
Dated March 19, 1910.
CRANBROOK LAN* DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
I, Harry C. Bower, of Rosslaad,B.
O.i Agent, intend to apply tor permission to purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
I about one mile north and 60 chains
j east of the northwest corner ot Lot
7397: thence north SO chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chaina
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement, containing 640 acre,
more or less.
Harry 0. Bowers. Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated Sth March, 1910. 13-21
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of East Kootenay
I, Jeremiah H. Hutchison ot Rosa-
land, B. C, Merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:— Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner about one mile
north and 60 chains east of the
northwest corner of Lot 7397, thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 chains
thence north 80 chains; thence east
80 cbains to the point ot commencement, containing 644 acre* more or
less.
Jeremiah   H.   Hutchison, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 8th March, 1910. 11-21
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Agnes Elwell ot
Cranbrook, British Columbia, married woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing st th.
south end of an island in the Koote-
River opposite Lot No. S24, group 1,
thence north westerly along the western side of said island about (40)
forty chains, thence eaat (10) chaina
more or less to the east fide of the
said island, thenee south easterly
following the eastern side of said
Island to the point of commencement
containing twenty acres more or les*
14-22 AONBS BLWBLL.
Dated   this 10th day ot   March, 1910
NOTIOB.
NOTICE la hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lunds for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum over th* fol*
lowing lands situate in the diatrict of
Southeast Kootenay, Brittah Columbia, in Lot 4693: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near ttiree mile*
due east ot th* 86 mil* post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is the western
boundary of Lot 4593, and being th*
southeast corner post of EUm O.
Jones' claim, thence north eighty
(80) chains; thence west eighty (80)
chains; thence south eighty (80)
chains; thence east eighty (90) chain*
to the point of commencement, mak-
640 acres more or les*.
Located this 21st day of February,
1910.
BLLA 0. JONBS.Locatorf
Bathen W. Butt*, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
NOTIOB.
NOTICE ls hereby given that 80
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at
Post planted at or near three mile*
dua east of the 86 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which Is the western
boundary of Lot 4593, and being th*
northwest, corner post of Ann* K.
Paulson's claim: thence south eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80) chain*
to the point ot commencement, making 640 acres more or lea*.
Located this Slant   day of February
1910.
ANNA  K.  PAULSON,   Locator,
Bathen W. Bate*, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        16-20
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tenders of Sch0ol Building at West
Fernie, B. C." will be received by the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works up to and including Tuesday,
3rd of May, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a two-room school
building at West Fernie, in the Electoral District of Fernie.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tenders may he seen on and
after the 15th day of April, 1910, at
the office of the Qovernment Agent,
Fernie, and the Department of Public
Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied
hy an accepted bank cheque or cer-
Ikate of deposit on a chartered bank
of Canada, made payable to the Honourable the Minister of Public Works
for a sum equivalent to 10 per cent,
of the amount of the tender, which
shall be forfeited If the party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, of If he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. The cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
he returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not he considered unless made out on tho forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed ln the envelopes furnished.
The lowest ur nny tender not necessarily accepted.
F. 0. GAMBLE,
Public Woeks Engineer.
Public Wurks Department,
Victoria, 11. 0„ April 12th, 1910.
17-18
NOTICE
NOTICE is heroby given that thirty
days after dato I intend to apply to
thc Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
tbe    following      lands situate
ln the   District of Southeast Kootenay,   British Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a Post planted at
or near 9 miles due East of the 40
mile poBt on G. P. R. Burvey line,
which is the Western Boundary of
Lot 4693, and being tbe Northeast
corner post of Walter W. Hay's claim
thence south eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence north
eighty (80) cbains, thence east eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement making 640 acres more or
less.
Located this 4th day of   March 1910.
WALTER W. HAV, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        17-21
NOTIOB
NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to npply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to
pruspect for coal and petroleum over
the    following      lands Bituate
ln the   District of Southeast Kootenay,   British Columbia, ln Lot 459):
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 9 miles due East of the 40
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western Boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the Northwest
corner post of Mary Denner's claim:
thence east eighty (80) chains, thence
south eigbty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence north
eighty (80) chains to the point ot
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 4th day of   March 1910.
MARY DBNNER, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        17-21
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as Fergusson and Houstori, in the City of
Oranbrook, B. 0. has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to John Angus
Fergusson, at Cranbrook aforesaid
and all claims against tbe said
partnership are to be presented to
the said John Angus Fergusson by
whom the same will be settled.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, this
sixteenth day of April, 1910.
J.   A. FERGUSSON.
N. 8. HOUSTON.
Witness: Oswald Trotisc.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Bast Kootenay.
I, James W. Lougheed, of Roasland
B. C, Tailor, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands — Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
about one mile north aud 60 chains
east of the northwest corner of Lot
7397: thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 cbains; thence south BOcbnlns
thence west 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
J. W. Lougheed, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated gth day of March, 1910.   13-21
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol KooUnay.
Take notice that I Joseph Walsh,
constable, of Fort Steele, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described landa: commence-
ing at a post planted at the north
line of Carlin's timber lease running
20 chains north, tbence 40 chains
east, Uience 20 chaina soutb, thence
40 chains west to place ol commencement, containing 80 acre, more
or less.
JOSEPH WALSH.
Dated March 12th 1910. 12-16
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol KooUnay.
Take notice that John Armour of
Cranbrook, occupation employment
agent, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at the N. B. corner of
Lot No. 8760, thence south 80 cbains
more or less; thence eaat 80 chains
more or less to the bank ol the St.
Mary's river; thence up stream to
post of commencement.
JOHN   ARMOUR.
Dated March 11,   1910.        12-16.
ORANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
Take notiee that I Robert Fincllay
Anderson, of Roasland, B. C, occupation Selling Agent, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:— Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Lot 7842, thence
north to the southern boundary of
Lot 7845, about 60 cbains,thence east
60 chaina; thence south 60 chains;
thence went 60 chains to tbe point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
13-21 R. F. Anderson, Locator.
Dated this 3rd day of March 1910
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ot Bast Kootenay.
I, Elizabeth Fluhrer, ot Trail, B.C.
housekeeper, intend to apply far permission to purchase the followtag
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
ol Lot 7287, being the northwest
corner: thence south 80 chains; thence
enst 80 chains; tbence north 80 chaina
thence west 80 chains 40 the point et
commencement, containing 640 acre,
more or less,
Elisabeth Fluhrer, Locator,
F. R, Anderson, Agent.
Dated 6th March, 1910. 11-21
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District   ot Bast Kootenay.
Take notice that I Mrs. W, B. alc-
Farlaue of Oranbrook, B. O., occupation married woman, Intend, to apply tor permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the north
east corner of Cooper's purchase, Lot
9797, tbence north 10 cbains, thence
west 40 chains,Uience south 10 chains,
thence east 40 chains to place ol coots
mencement.
Mrs. W. B. McFarlane.
Dated March 15, 1910. 15-23
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I Intend to
apply to the superintendent ol provincial Police, 30 days after the appearance ol this notice, for a renewal ot
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as tbe Wind
sor Hotel, Fort Steele, B. C.
H.  S. MATHER.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
*>«>rW*»^»%r,e^»^««^»^««^»^r^»^.«v^^«^»*s^»^»^»*'\*>
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after the appearance of this notice, tor a renewal ot
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Imperial Hotel, Fort Steele, B. O.
B. E. WERDBN.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
s GOOD
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict of Bast Kootenay.
I Henrietta M. Tyson, ot Trail, B.
(!., housekeeper, Intend to apply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
ot Lot 7287, being the aorrthwest
corner: tbence north 80 chalns;thence
cast 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 cbains to the
point of commencement, containing
640 acrce more or less.
Henrietta M. Tyson, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 6th March, 1010. 17-29
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent ot provin
cnal Police, 10 days after the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my lteenee to sell intoxicating Hquor
on the premises known as tbe Cen
tral Hotel, Marysville, B. C.
PAUL HANDLEY.
Dateh April llth 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
TAKB NOTIOB, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after tbe appearance of this notice, tor a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
oh the premises known as the North
Star Hotel, Kimberley, B. C.
H. W. DREW.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
TAKB NOTICB, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial PoHoe, 10 days after the appearance of this notice, for a renewal ot
my license to tell intoxicating liquor
on tbe premises known as the Wasa
Hotel, Wasa, B. C.
N. HANSON.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICB,
Take notice, that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police, alter 30 days Irom tbe appearance ol this notice, for a renewal ol my license to sell Intoxicating
liquor on tbe premises known a* the
Royal Hotel, Marysville, B. 0.
H. L. SAWYER.
Dated April 6th, 1910. 15-19
NOTICE.
TAKB NOTIOB, that I Intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days alter the appearance ot this notice, for a renewal nl
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Wy
elide Hotel, Wycltfte, B. Cl.
HARRY  EDWARDS.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
0. R. WARD, Manager
0. J. LITTLE, Secretary
The Cranbrook Agency Co
Oranbrook.
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE 280 P. O.  BOX 10
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your fruit trees you must put
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Phone 10
P. O. Box 3.    I
Anchor Brand  Flour
makes delightful Bread, Buns, Biscuits,
Pastry and, in every  way
flour is used, upholds il.
manufacturers' guarantee c r
"highest quality attainable
Manfd. by Leitch Brothers Flour Mills, Oak Lake, Man.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE  AGENTS. CORPORATION OF THK C1TV
OF ORANBROOK
BY-LAW Nit. 74.
A By-Law granting aid to th**
nadian Pacific  Railway Company
purchase a site for thr erect it
"Young Men's Christian Association"
Building,
WHBRBAS Un1 Canadian Pacific
Railway Company are about to un
d«rtake tb« erection of a building to
be known as the "Young Men's
Christian Association'' Buildup in
the vicinity of the fitv ol Cranbrook
AND WHBRBAS tba Municipal
Council of the Corporation ol the
City of Cranbrook deem it advisable
and have miufKteit tba Canadian
Pacific Railway   Company to    irwt
the  said   butUUiiK   wit bin   the   MUQlcl
nai limits of the Corporation ol the
City of Cranbrook
AND WHBRBAS
been    presented
which coupons shall he mened hy the
Mayor and the signature to the coupon may be either written, stamped,
printed or lithographed.
6,   During the currency ol the said
debentures)  there shall  be rained au
nually by special     rate on all rate
of a  able   lnnds   in   ihe   said   City of Cran
ion"   brook,  the sum  of One hundred and
seventy tive dollars <$i7.viM) tor pay-
ment  Ol  the  sunt  interest oil  the said
debentures, and the sum of Three
hundred and one dollars <J301 GO)
for the pLirpo.sc ol creating u sinking  (mid for  tlie  payment ol the debt
hereby secured rawing <" all the sum
Ol Pour hundred and seventy-six dol
[are ($476.00) to be raised annually
b> special rate us aforesaid during
each ol tb*' said ten years.
v u shall he lawtul lor tbe Mayor
ol t Im- ialtl Corporation to negotiate
and sell the said debenture! loi leas
thnn pai. but mi    no caao shall tbe
Council ol the Corporation "( 'be
City of Cranbrook slgnsd by tbe own
era ol at least one tenth 11 LOth] ol
the value of the real property ol tin
said City as shown bj the Las Re
vised Assessment Roll request lng the
said Council to introduce a B) law
to raise the sum ol   Three   thousand
five  hundred   dollars  ($3 JO ij
way of debentures for tbe p
granting aid to the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company to purchase i sito
for the erection ol thf said building
AND WHBRBAS foi the purpoa,
aforesaid,    it    will  be      nee
pftttton     has said debentures i»v negotiated or
the     Municipal loi Less than utnetj     pei centum
old
id
tl  ime value,    Including Uie cosl
o| negotiating and     sale,   brokerage
and nil ni bei  LuoidentaJ expenses
B tl shall be lawful lui the huh!
Municipal Council to repurchase any
ol the said debentures upon such
terms as may be agreed upon with
in.- Legal bolder or holders thereof,
ui any part thereof, elthet at the
time oi sale oi any subsequent time
oi times, and ail debentures no re
purchased Bball lorthwlth be cancel!
ed and destroyed and no re-Issue ol
debottturee so repurchased shall be
made lu   consequence ol such re pur-
borrow the   sum    ol three thousand chase.
five hundred dollars  ,$,;,:  '     "This  By I-aw
AND WHBRBAS the whole amount ou oi aftei the I6tb
of the     rateable lands ol     the said L' , 1910
City according to the     last  Revised     10    This By Law may
Assessment    Roll is Eight     hundred ail purposes as tbe "City
and six thousand seven hundred  an
thirty-five  dollars  ($806,738 ■■■
AND WHBRBAS the amount ol tbe
existing debenture Indebtedness ol thi
Corporation of the City ol Cran
brook is one hundred and th rt)
thousand four hundred and forty
nine dollars and eighteen rents
(1134,449.18).
AND WHBRBAS the Mm
Council had power to pass By-Law:-
for contracting debts, by borrowint
money or otherwise and for levyinf
rates for payment of such debts on
the rateable Lands and Improvement!
either or both, or rateable real prop
erty of the Municipality for any purpose within the jurisdiction of th>
Council; but the aggregate of suet
debts, except for works of local Im
provement and for school purpose
shall not exceed twenty per cent.,
(20 p. c.) of ttie assessed value o
the lands and improvements or thi
real property of tl*> Municipality a<
cording to the last Revised Asbssb
ment Roll.
AND WHBRBAS the present deben
ture indebtedness of the City oi
Cranbrook, other than the indebted
neSB for works of local improvement
and for school purposes is Ninety
nine thousand four hundred and
forty-nine dollars and eighteen cents-
(199,449.18.)
AND WHBRBAS it will he requisite to raise annually by rate thi
sum of Four   hundred     and seventy
hall   take   erttvt
lay of May. A,
be cited  tor
i    Cran
brook  Debenture     Loan By-Law No
7."
Head a Bret, second and third time
on the -1st  day   of April. A.IV  1910.
Received the assent of the Electors
on tbe dav ol      A  D,
1910.
Reconsidered ami finally passed and
adopted on the ........ day ol
a  d mo.
TAKE NOTICB that the above is
a true copy of the proposed by law
upon which tlie Vote of the Munici
pality will be taken at the Municipal
Building. Baker Street, in the City
of Cranbrook, B C. onFriday, the
6th day of May, 1910, between the
hours of Nine o'clock (Ten o'clock
local tunei In the morning and Seven
o'clock i Bight o'clock local timej in
the evening.
THOS.   M.   ROBERTS,
Clerk  to tbe    Municipal
. Council,
brook,
3. By Law No. "il ol the City o!
Cranbrook wheresoever it is ineon
Bitten* with the provisions of this
By Law,   is  hereby   repealed.
4. This By-Law may be cited (or
nil purposes as (tie -Municipal
Building   By Law."
Read the First, Second and Tbini
time on the 2l*t day of April, A. D ,
1910.
Reconsidered and finally passed and
adopted  on  the dav   of   	
A.   D..   1910.
TAKB NOTIOB that the above is
a true ropy of the proposed Hy Law
Upon Which the vote of the municl
pality  will  be taken at   the  Municipal
Building, Baker Street, in the Olty
of Oranbrook , it c , on Friday, the
Stb day of May, 1910 between the
hours of Nine o'clock t IVn o'clock
IochI time) in the momiUg nnd Seven
o'clock (eight o'clock local time) in
the evening
THos   M   ROBBRT8,
Clerk   lo  lbe    Municipal
Council
CORPORATION   ov THK   CITY.  Or
CRANBROOK
UN   LAW     \n    ;,,
A  By Law to
I'acilic  Railway
taxes,    water
rates or  asjBses
respect ot tho
by thorn as a *
Association"   Hi
exempt   tbc  Canadian
Company    from   all
rates  and      all other
.incuts whatsoovei  in
lauds to be occupied
'Young Men's Christ
uldiug
CuRBORATION  OF    THK    CITY
OF   CRANBROOK
BY-LAW  NO.  72.
A By-Law to authorize tbe sale of
the City's interest in Block D, Plan
669, Cranbrook, B. C, and the Joint
Government and Municipal Buildings
erected thereon, and to devote the
proceeds thereof for the purpose ot
purchasing a site     for and    erecting
six dollars ($470.00) to provide for a  Municipal Buildings.
sinking fund to   pay  the     said debt j    WHEREAS a petition has been pre-
and to pay the interest. I sen ted  to  the  Municipal  Council    of
NOW  THEREFORE  the    Municipal tne Corporation of the City of Cran-
Council of     the Corporation of    tin   bnmh sjBned    by the     owners of   at
City of (Jranbrook in Council nssem
bled, enacts as follows:
1. It shall aud mny be lawful foi
the Mayor of the Corporation of ttx
City of Cranbrook to borrow upon
the credit of the said Corporation
hy way of the debentures hereinaftei
mentioned, from any person or per
nona, body or bodies corporate, win
may he willing to advance the sam<
aa a loan, a sum of money not ex
ceeding in the whole, the sum o
Three thousand tive   hundred  dollar.-
least one-tenth (l-10th) of the value
of thc real property in the. said City,
as shown by the last Revised Assessment Roll, requesting the said Council to introduce a By-Law to sell and
grant the City's interest in Block
D, in the City of Cranbrook, according to a map or plan of the said
City filed in the Land Registry Office at Nelson, B. C, as number 669
and in the Joint Government and
Municipal Buildings erected thereon
to the Province of British Columbia
($3,500.00) and to cause all such sum: j for the price or sum of Seven Thou.
so raised or received to he paid inti Bami pive Hundred dollars «tf,500.0»)
the hands of the treasurer of th. , ail(l to U8B and devote the proceeds
said Corporation, for the purpow | thereof for the purpose of purchasing
and with the object of aiding the Oa    a aite ioT ana- erecting and equipping
nadian Pacific Railway Company ti
purchase a site within the limits o
the Municipality for the erection o*
a building to be known nnd used as
a "Young Men's Christian Association" Building.
Municipal Buildings for    the City of
Cranbrook.
AND WHBRBAS in tbe opinion of
the Council separate premises are requisite, belonging to and under the
control of the City, and that there
Christian Afwociatlnn"     Building for
period of     twenty years from the
date of this By Law.
3, The Company shall erect and
maintain a building containing
amongst other things, a Hwimming
pool, shower hatha, howling alley,
reading room and billiard room.
4. Upon the    Company falling    or
refusing to curry out the terms   and
conditions herein net  forth, then and
in such event,  audi    cicmptioit from i
taxation .-dm 11     forthwith cease    and
determine; and either all     the lands
comprising the site of the said build-1
ing shall forthwith revert to and be-1
come the  property  of     the Corpora
tion  of   the   Cltj   Ol   Oranbrook,     its
successors  or   assigns,  or,   the  Com j
pany shall pay to     the Olty the hiiiu
Ol  thirty Ilu-    hundred  dollais iU.foto -
(KM or such miiii as shall he devoted,
by tho City     to the purchase     of    a I
.-•ite loi   said     buildings, without  in
Iciest
it This By Law shall take ufleel
and be of force on and after the lOtli
day of  May,  A    l>     1910.
0    This Ity Law     may he cited for
all    purposes as     the "Young Men's.
Christian    Association    Building  Ex
omptlon from Taxation By-Law."
Bead a that, second and third time
on the lilt dny Ol April, A. I)., 1910.
Received the assent of the Electora
on the day of   A. I).
1910.
Reconsidered ami  finally  passed and
adopted on the   day of 	
A. D. 1910.
2. The conveyance or conveyances! fore the City's interest in said Block
of the lands comprised within the'D. and said Joint Government and
said site shall contain a covenant Municipal Buildings is not required
that the Canadian Pacific Railway for corporate purposes.
Company shall, within the period of AND WHEREAS for such purposes
one year, complete the erection of a it is necessary to amend By-Law No.
building thereon to be used for tht 21, of the Corporation of the City of
purpose of a "Young Men's Christian Cranbrook, being the City of Cran-
Association"  Building, and to be   of brook Debenture     Loan By-Law No.
WHEKEAS the Canadian Pacific
llailway Company are about to un
dertake the erection of a building Ln
the vicinity of the Olty id Cranbrook
to he occupied by them as a "Young
Men's Christian Association" build
Ing,
AND WHEREAS the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook deem it advisable
and have requested the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company to erect
the said building within the Municipal limits of the Corporation of the
City of Oranbrook,
AND WHBRKAS a petition has
been presented to the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook signed by the
owners of at least one-tenth (l-10th
of the value of the rateable lands
and improvements in tbe Bald
City as shown by the last Revised
Assessment Roll requesting the said
Council to introduce a By-Law to
grant aid to the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company in the maintenance of the said Building by exempting the said Canadian Pacific Railway Company in respect of the said
lands and building from all taxes on
lands and improvements and water
rates which might be Imposed upon
the Company in respect thereto, for
a period of twenty years.
AND WHEREAS it has been deemed expedient to grant to the said
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
exemption from taxation and rates
as aforesaid in respect of the said
lands nnd building.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook ln Council assembled, enacts as follows:
1. Subject to the fulfillment of the
terms and conditions hereinafter contained, which terms and conditions
and the due fulfillment thereof are to
be deemed and considered as conditions precedent to the enjoyment of
thc rights and privileges hereby
granted the said The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, its successors and assigns, hereinafter called
the "Company" are hereby granted
for a period of twenty years from
the date of this By-Law, exemption
from all taxes on lands and improvements and water rates wbicb might
bo imposed upon the Company in
respect of the lands and building to
be occupied by them as a "Young
Men's Christian Association" Building.
2. The Company shall erect a
building at a cost of not less than
twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00)
upon the terms hereinafter mentioned and shall maintain and use tbe
same exclusively and continuously
for the purpose of a     "Young Men's
TAKB NOTICE that the above is
a true copy of thc proposed by-law
upon which tlie vote of the Municipality will be taken at the Municipal
Building, Baker Street, iu the City
of Cranbrook, B. 0, onFriday, the
Oth day of May, 1910, between the
hours of Nine o'clock (Ten o'clock
local time) in the morning and Seven
o'clock (Eight o'clock local time) in
the evening.
THOS.   M.   ROBERTS,
Clerk to the    Municipal
Oounctl.
NOTICB.
TAKE NOTICB, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Wardner Hotel, Wardner, B. C.
R. H. BOHART.
Dateh April 12th 1910, 16-20
DR.    KELLY
Spsclalllst in men's
diseases. Send 4 cents
postage (or tree booklet.
Dr.   KELLEY'S
Museum, 210   Howars St.
Spokane,   Wash.
Anchor am flour.
STEWART'S
The Leading: Fruit Store.
Choice Oranges, Lemons
"SUNKIST BRAND*'
Bananas   Figs   Dates
Sweet Potatoes
Celery
Hot House Lettuce
Rhubarb    Cranberries
Stewart's fine Chocolates
the value of at least Twenty Thousand dollars ($20,0011.00) and shall;
contain a swimming pool, shower
baths, bowling alleys, reading room
and billiard room, anil  that the Ca-
21.'
AND WHEREAS the consent of the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council
has been obtained for such amendment of By-Law No. 21 to be made,
nadian Pacific Railway Company will as appears by a report of a corn-
maintain the said Building ax a mittee of the Honorable tbe Execu-
"Young Men's Christian Association' tive Council, approved hy His Honor
Building and for no other purpose for the Lieutenant-Governor on the 24th
a period of twenty years, and that in day of November, A. B. 190B
default of their so doing the said
lands shall be conveyed to and become the property ol tbe City or
that the said Canadian Paciiic Rail
way Company shall pay to the city
lis successors nr assigns the sum ol
Three thousand (ive hundred dollars
i*:1.,500.ooi or such sum as shall
AND WHEREAS the approval of
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council
for the sale and disposal of the city's
interest in said Block D, in the City
of Crnnbrook. according to a map or
plan filed in the Land Registry Oflice
at Nelson, B. C, as No. "609, and the
Joint Government and Municipal
devoted hy the city for tbe purchase Buildings erected thereon, has heen
of said site, without interest had and obtained, aa appears hy the
3.     It shall be lawful fur the Mayor   snid report
nf tJie said Corporation to cause any
number of debentures to be made,
executed, and issued for such sum or
sums as may be required (or the pur
pose and object aforesaid, not e*
ceeding, however, the sum of Three
thousand five hundred dollars City
(?3,500.00) each of the said deben- bled,
tures being of the    denomination of
ANU WHEREAS for the purposes
aforesaid, it will be necessary to de-
vote the said sum of Seven Thousand
Five Hundred  Dollars ($7,500.00.)
NOW  THEREFORE    the Municipal
Council  of the    Corporation     of the
of Cranbrook in Council assem-
enacta as follows:
It shall and may be lawful   for
Five hundred     dullarH   ($500 00j  and  tho Mayor of the Corporation of tbe
all such debentures shall he seated
with the seal of the Corporation and
signed by thc Mayor thereof
4. The said debentures shall bear
date the 1st day of September, A D.,
1910, and Hhall ba made payable within ten yearH (rom the Raid date in
.awful money of Canada, at the
office of the Imperial Hunk ol Curia
da in Cranbrook aforesaid, which
naid place of payment shall be de
Hignated by the said debentures.
6. The said debentures shall tmar
interest at the rate 'if five per cen
turn per annum from the date there
of payable yearly at, the snld Impel
ial Hank of Canada on the 1st day
of September in each and every yeai
during the currency thereof and shall
have attached     to them coupons fi
City of Cranbrook to sell, grant and
absolutely dispose of the City's interest In Block D, in the City of
Crunbrook according to a map or
plan of tin- Hnid ('ity filed in the
Land Registry Office at. Nelson, B. C.
as No. COT, to His Majesty King
Edward VII. in the right of the Province of British Columbia and fn the
Joint Government and Municipal
Buildings erected thereon for the
price or sum of Seven Thousand Five
Hundred Dollars ($7,590.00), and for
such purposes to sign, seal, execute
and deliver all deeds and other in
strumonts necessary and requisite In
the promises,
2 The proceeds of the said Hale
shall be devoted to the purchasing of
a site for and the   erection of Muni-
the payment     of the     said interest, j Clpal  Buildings for tbe City of ('ran-
Stomach Blood and
Lher Troubles
Mash siokaee* starta with weak atomuh, sod ooosequcnt
poor, iaapoveriabed blood. Narrow sad pale-people lack
Mod, nob,, red Mood. Tbeir etomaeba need inviforatiiut
for, after all, s man ou be oo atroafer Ihsa his alomaeh.
A raaaedr lhat sukee ths atoanoh ilronj sad tbe liver
•stive, makea rich red blood sod overoomea sod drivea
out dieaoso-prodoaiaf bacteria sod cures a whole multitude of diaeaaea.
Cat rU *t row tfmaem Waakmaee ami
Llrar Latla.ee *r taUlmt a coarse *t
Or. Piercer* GoUea HaaHeal Dlecerery
-Ik* treat Ileum*** H—tmtlv. Wrap
lmwl*mrmi*r am* ml***" •/•■••er.
Yoa caa't afford to accept ear medicine ai emhuma
etmeniUte ea e aabetitute (or "Golden Medical Diacov-
erv," which ia a medicine of shown composition, having   (I
a complete licit of ingredients ia plain Bullish on ita bottle-wrapper, same beinf atteated as correct under oath.
On neraft Wssiast Ptlht. reaalaH ami larlteeaf Steaucft,
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection
Nearest to railroad depot.
dations   for   thu   public
Cranbrook
a H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
'   Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
ff^svies^.
Has accommo-
unequalled   in
We have a display of
Suits that cannot be
matched.
Our suits arc exceptionally well tailored by expert
workmen, cut to the limit <>f correct, artistic style, and
are exclusive in fabric and design.
Yet The Prices Are Moderate
$10, $12, $15, $18, $20, $25 and $28
Every man who comes to us for his spring suit
will go away looking like a winner. When he gets
into one of our suits he's inside of the best clothing
that's made, Do not place too much store on prices
until you see the garments at the price. That will
tel! you the whole story.
EERY BROS.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
We want
your order
for
and
WINDOW
J. D. McBride
Hardware Cranbrook R. C.
;;Ham andBacon
Our smoked .uoats are always fresh stock. We
are sure that if you try them once you will agree
with us that they are the best flavored and most
wholesome smoked meats you have ever eaten.
i:P. Woods & Co.
PHONE 57
P.O. >0X< 164
j; B.C. LIVERY FEED
':':& sale stable::
Both Single and Doblo
Drivers, for all parts
of the district, flood
Saddle Horses, (iood
Turnouts. Upto dato # < >
Rigs.
]', Opposite Royal Hotel Phone 91 i 11
11 ''
;;Doeast &. Deacon, Proprietors;;
f      J. F. Deacon, Manager      z
Cranbrook
Livery
Ws ask you to call and try
our new Consignment ot new
and Up-to-date rigs lor
Winter and Bummer. Just
received Topplr aad Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Otve them a trial nail be
convinced.
Phone 47 Oriwuronk, B.O.
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