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VOLUME ie
CBANBROOK, BBITI8H COLUMBIA. SATURDAY. APRIL 93,   1010
NUMBER 17
ISSUED MANY
BAD CHECKS
Orders Fifteen Thousand
Dollars Worth Lumber.
CAUGHT IN CRANBROOK
Elevator Secretary Was
Badly Wanted in
Lethbridge.
Chief of Police Dow made sn im-
pnrtitnt arrest on Saturday last,
when he secured C, H. Dell, who in
wanted at Lethbridge (or embezzle
mont,
It was shortly after 3:30 a. ni.,
after the arrival of 213, the weat
hound pasoenger train, when Chief
Dow received a wire from Inspector
West, ot the N. W. M. Police, sta
tinned at Letbbridge, to look out
for, nnd arrest, If possible one C. 0.
Hell who was wanted at Lethbridge
on a charge of getting away with
about $15,000 worth of lumber from
the Stacy Lumber Co., ot that city
The description of the man, as
wired, was vague and uncertain, the
only Important feature being, that
the man had a number of g„ld teeth
lu his upper Jaw. In less than ten
minutes after receiving the wire
Chiet Dow had his man ln the lock
UP.
On walking down Baker street
Chief Dow observed a man win
answered to the description wired
especially the teeth. Keeping hi:
eye on the man be followed him t<
the Cosmopolitan Hotel, where the
man went direct to his room. On
looking at the register he found th,
name Gordon Bell, of Macleod. The
man remained in his room but a few
minutes, came down stairs and loft thu
bote) followed by the officer, wh,
on overtaking him said: "Say Dell
I have a telegram instructing me to
arrest you. Show me the telegram
was the reply. This is not mean
(or me, my name ls Oordon Bell, not
C. G. Bell, and I was never at Bow
Island I am (rom Macleod. Well re
piled the Chiel, I shall bold you un-
till I hear (rom Lethbridge, and If
you are not the man wanted, I shall
let you go. Did the description say
tbat I was bald, asked the man,
taking off his hat, and showing a
very bald head. No answered the
Chief." On taking him to the lockui
and searching him, receipts were
found In the name of C, G. Bell, alsi
.an express order fortCO and 990 in
cash and a through ticket tor Spo
kane. Chief Dow, now being asaur
ed that he bad the right man, Imme
dlately wired Inspector West to thai
eflect, who at once dispatched Con
stable Venis of tbe N. W. M. P..
with a warrant, to take Bell
back to Lethbridge.
On searching Dell's valise, a wip.
was found, showing that the man
had been masiiiierndlng with a fair
supply ot boughtcn hair, to cover hit
bald head.
The man waa supposed to Ik «
very deHperate character, one that
would sho0t on sight, and the oft)
cers were Instructed to take n,
chances while arrmtlng him.
Lumber Co., says that he understands that Hell has been buying much
laud at Bow Island and taking contracts for breaking land Iur other..
with steam and gasoline breaking
outllts. Also that he wns in Dow
Island yesterday giving out a uum
ber of cheques, In fact semiring up
his debts with cheques. A. J. Der
geron, blacksmith, ot Dow Island,
who is in Lethbridge, is oue who re
calved a cheque for Itty edit dollars
which he says he ilnds is worthless,
James A. Macdonald, architect, who
has drawn plans for elevators under
instructions Irom Dell, Is w,,nderiui'
if he Is going lu get bis money nnd
Is down tbe liue trying to locate
him. The Red Cross Drug and Book
Co., went after Dell at Dow Island
for payment for a typewriter hut say
they got their money alright.
Mr. Bell was in Dow Island Inst
night but could not be found by parties looking for him there this
morning.
MINERS VOTE
FOR STRIKE
Carried  by a Very Narrow Margin.
A KNIGHT FOR A PAY.
The Boston Globe Is not careless in
according praise to theatrical productions. A recent issue, commenting
upon tbe sensutloua! run ut tbe Tre
mont of "A Knight for a Day," remarked:
"The laughter characteristic of nn
audience under tbe spell ol A Knight
for a Day, was a natural feature of
last evening's audience at the Tie
mont. The gaiety ls now in its third
month locally. Ho far, interest in
the engagement shows no sign of lagging. Certainly last night's audience
laughed, applauded and encored ns
heartily as has nny crowd since the
frolic came to town. Tilly Day
hadn't struck the stage before the
mirth loosed und the merriment
didn't abate until tbe llnal curtain
bad rung down on the bogus Knight's
funny buries.] ue waltz with the falling star ballet effect. The bolts of
laughter, which certain of the comic
scenes release, struck tbe audience
bard last evening; its humor and its
sentiment: its persiflage aud its buffoonery: its songs and its pageantry,
diverted and interested a typical
city audience. The play Is now tn
Its glory and as provocative of mirth
and general entertainment as ever."
Now It has started "on tbe road,"
and the piece will be seen here at
the Opera House on Wednesday April
27th. Reserved ticket now on sale
at Beattle-Murphy company's drug
store.
The following Is from the Leth
bridge Herald of Saturday last:
Where Is 0. Q. Dell, erstwhile sec
retnry treasurer of the Western Farm
-ers Glevntor nnd Milling Co., Ltd.?
The Stacy Lumber Co., Ltd., In par
-tlculur would like to know.
On tbe fourteenth of this month
Mr. Dell gave tbe fttney Lumber Co.
a cheque lor $,'.,(100.1)0 in part pay
ment tor lumber supplied. On pre
■seating the cheque at the Dank ol
Commerce It wns found that there
was Just four dollars with which to
meet It.
Over fifteen thousand dollars worth
of lumber wns ordered by Mr. Dell
from the Stacy Lumber Co. A large
part of this lumber, about twenty
carloads, is ln cms at different points
between here and Medicine Hat with
demurrage rapidly piling up. The
rest ot the order has been cancelled
In the Mountains by tbe Stacy Lum
ber Co.
A complaint was laid with Inspec
tor West, J. P., by Geo. Stacy, of
thc Lumber Company yesterday af
ternoon but the warrant has not
bean Issued as Jet as the fact that
the EGlevator Co. bad an account at
iv- Rpni. nrr.*<»cts Dell.
Tu* head office* ot the company an
In Lethbridge and thc organizers are
mostly Alberta men but eastern capital was reported ns being used. The
plans nl the company as given out
by Dell were that elevators were to
be built at Chin, Seven Persons,
Wlnnifrod, llurdertt and Dow Island
with a flour mill at the latter place
to be operated by gas from the Old
Glory gas well. The directors and
shnrelmlders of the company are
very anxious to get hold ot Bell to
And out what hns become of the
funds ot the corporation.
S. J. Shepherd, of Simmons and
Shepherd,    lawyers    for    the Stacy
SHALL CIIRFKW BULL RING
We are pleased to note the action
ot the City Council in regard to the
ancient fire bell, which will soon be
placed ln the tower of the new chool
building.
Cranbrook bas a Curlew By-Law,
which prohibits the small boy and
girl from being on the street niter cer-
tain hours unless accompanied by
their parents or guardians. This was
a step in tbe right direction, but the
by-law Is not enforced. As late as
12 o'clock p. tn., children ln their
teens are to be found on the streets.
This should not be. The hope of
our country is in the youth, and if
tbey get the street habit while young
they are likely to pick up many other habits that will stay with them
through life. The inhabitants of the
elty will support the council in this
act, all except the small boy, and a
few years hence be will likely thank
the city fathers because tbey forced
him to go home early and get his
proper rest.
Let the Curfew Dell Ring.
BOARD  DECIDtD  FOR
Union  Dissatisfied With
Result of Vote in
February Last.
Phoenix, April 19.—Four hundred
employees ot the Drltish Columbia
Copper company at the Greenwood
smelter, Mother Lode and Oro Deno-
ro mines quit work at 7o'clock this
morlning, demanding that the company employ members of the Western Federation ot Miners exclusively
The strike today was the result of
a vote taken on Saturday among the
members of the Greenwood Miners'
union, which was dissatisfied witb thi
outcome of the verdict of the conciliation hoard which sat in Greenwood last February. The department
nt Ottawa recently Issued its report
of the evidence taken and the finding
of tho conciliation board, which was
favorable to the Dritish Columbia
Copper company. The vote passed
by a very narrow majority. The company has posted a notice offering all
men work If they care to take it.
Greenwood, April 19. -Owing to
several men In the employ of the
Dritish Columbia Copper company
who do not belong to Greenwood
Miners' union the union has declared
a strike agaiost the company. It went
into eflect today and the Mother
l.ode mine and the smelter have
closed down.
SATISFIED WITH   CENTS
Toronto Star:-- Canada Is to coin
silver dollars because Dritish Columbia went It. White silver dollars nre
preferable to none at all, tbey are
an unwieldy form of currency at thc
best, and Dritish Columbia in welcome to keep its cartwheels west ot
the Rockies.
British Columbia Is not located in
the "cent belt" aud prefers the silver cartwheel to the copper cent or
penny. The distant enst can use
them, possibly to advantage, especially In the "cent belt." Dut in the
hurry and bustle of every day life In
British Columbia, we have no use
for them. Ontario is wolcome to
keep its cents, and Dritish Columbia
will always prefer the cartwheel.
The Prospector man is always willing to accept two cartwheels for u
yenr's subscription to Thc Prospector.
NIGHT MUTTBROBAMB
On Wednesday, April 15tb tbe Canadian Pacific Telegraph company Inaugurated a night lettergram system
The charge for a night lettergram of
lilty words, or less is 50 cents, and
one fifth of this rate will be charged
for each additional ten words or loss.
All lettergrams must be written in
plain English, code or cipher will Im
prohibited. Lettergrams will be accepted prepaid or collect under the
usual regulations, but will not bo
transmitted before midnight, and will
ho delivered during the following
morning.
AROUND TOWN
Dusiness continues good, with some
Improvements In mill supplies.
This has been n record month, and
the prospects for the year in building
appears very encouraging.
Trade in spring goods has been
brisk, and our merchants are busy
on summer shipments.
Activity in mining quarters makes
Ihe situation very favorable for an
Increase in output tut month.
LOCAL  NEWS.
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Ed. Home, of Jaffray  was in town
Sunday last.
It's all over the district-beautiful
weather.
J. H.Beard, of Seattle, waa in the
city Monday.
Geo. Laurie, of Creston, wu* tn the
city Monday.
K. B. Jones, of Kimberley, was in
town Monday.
J. Joyce, oi Mayook, spent Sunday
iMst In Cranbrook.
W. B, Kail, of Nurth Portal wuh In
town Wednesday.
E MaoDonald, nf Nelson, was iu
the city Wednesday.
(i. T. Oarr, of Perry Crook wiih In
tbo city Monday.
A. Patterson, ol Olay City, Ind.,
was in town Monday.
There wax a crimson Blow all ovor
town lust Saturday night.
H. Benett, and O. S. Good, of Nelson, were iu the city Monday.
Mrs. Allan Wllmot, of Jaffray was
shopping at Cranbrook Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hall, of Winnipeg,
were Cranbrook visitors Tuesday.
Constable J. Walsh, and A. Boyle,
of Fort Steele, were in town Tuesday
After May 1st, fishing will he the
main sport for the next four months
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Leard, ol Coleman, were Cranbrook visitors Mon
day.
E. A. Hill, and Robert Campbell,
of Moyle, were In the city Saturday
last.
Base hall fans should remember
tbat a poor beginning makes a good
ending.
When you nre in Home, (hi as
"Teddy" Roosevelt did. Mind your
own business,
Bow-At Cranbrook, Monday April
18th, to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stephens, a son.
(Jus. Thcis, a Perry Crook mining
man, spent several days this week
Cranbrook.
Why not take a walk out in thc
country tomorrow, nnd hear the
"wood tick."
R. Rohson, A. M. Ritchie, and Cl.
J. Harper, of Lethbridge, were in the
city Saturday last.
Ross Tate, of Lethbridge, was in
town Saturday last, attending a session of D. O. K. K.
K. F. Wiidsworth, and K. S. Wads
worth, of Montreal, were guests at
the Cranbrook Wednesday.
"Wc cannot get along without The
Prospector" is written from many
points in East Kootenay.
Mountain Lumbermen are eompell
ed to pay higher wages this season,
as men are not plentiful.
I). L. Ryan of New York, represent
ing the Art League Advertising com
pany, was in town Thursday.
Barrister L. P. Eckstein, of Fernie,
was in Cranbrook Monday attending
a Bitting of the County Court.
Persons who are in the habit of
making bonfires within the corporate
limits of the city, should be careful
and secure the necessary permit from
the city clerk before doing so. It
might save a heavy tine by doing so.
The Craubrook Public school Is progressing splendidly under the management of  Principal Cranston.
When it live business man has any
thing to sny to the people, he uses
the columns of The Prospector.
C. Marshall, ol Heginu; Q, Clark,'
and H. G. Hcemer, of Toronto were
guests at the Cninbrook Tuesday,
At least "Teddy" Roosevelt ap ■
pears to have succeeded In the time1
honored game of making Rome howl, j
Mr. A. McBride, of Calgary, ar i
rived in (Jranbrook Wednesday on a
visit to h(« sou Mr.   J.  1). McBride.
Heo (J. R. Leask * Co., for plans
for spring building nnd be ready to
tart with the opening of the season.
0. W. Griffin, of Hamilton; H.
Craig of Calgary and P. Woods, oi
Cherry Creok were in the city this
week.
W, M. Collins, J. Voliner. H. S.
Davis, R. B. Oreen and J. D, Lakey,
of Spokane were registered at the
Cranbrook Monday.
Mrs.  J. I). McBride,   who has been
visiting friends in Toronto for    the
past four months, returned to Cranbrook Monday.
Wesley Cline. president of thc Cranbrook Fishing club, was husy this
week getting his tackle ready for
business on May 1st.
Parties cleaning up hack alleys
have found lnrge numbers of "dead
soldiers", and arc now preparing to
form an ambulance corps.
TILLIE DAY AND JONATHAN JOY in "A KNIGHT FOR A DAY."
Superintendent Bookhouse, with a
small force of men, were husy this
week, putting the streets in condition, and repairing sidewalks.
Contractors G. R. Lenski & Co.,
who have the contract for building
the new Imperial Bank building commenced operations Wednesday.
Many citizens of Oranbrook arc
making preparations to give theii
houses a new coat of paint, and a
general cleaning up for the summer,
S. H. Hunter, of Pinches Creek,
representing the Northwest Harness
and Sadlery company wa* transacting business at ('rnnbrook Tuesday.
The school trustees have contract
ed for the leveling of the ground
around the new school building, and
will have it seeded to grass In the
nenr future.
The elopement of a pair of lovers
by moonlight iu the big musical
gaiety "A Knight for a Day" which
comes to Cranbrook April 27th is
the hit of the season. Get your tickets early.
There is no necessity of burning
to get rid of the rubbish accumulated during the winter months. Place
it in a heap convenient for removal
and the city teams will carry it.
away on Monday May 2nd free of
charge.
T. G. Proctor, of Nelson, wba has
a contract to deliver 6,000,000 feet
nf logs to the Orow's Nest Pass
Lumber Co., at Wardner, hns made
delivery of 4,000,000 feet, thc balance 2,000,000 feet will be ready for
the drive in July.
JUST ARRIVED—A good assort
ment of the latest and most popular
songs and instrumental pieces. Call
at once and pick out your choice.
Our prices: 25, 35, and 50 cents.
Cheaper music expected dally. Let
us have your order.
McINTYRE & ERICKSON,
Armstrong Avenue, next door to
The Prospector Office.
A POSITIVE CURE
FOR INDIOESTH N
If you have Indigestion, your food
ferments in the stomach and bowels.
It does more: it decays, and the nutritious matter which should go to
make new blood decays with It, and
this leads to an impoverished condition of thc blood, to nervousness,
bad breath which disgusts your
friends, and other disagreeable and
unpleasant conditions.
And all this trouble is caused by
the food that doesn't digest, but
ferments and otttmes rots in the
stomach.
And fermentation is caused by the
stomach not being strong enough and
energetic enough to thoroughly mix
the food with thc digestive juices.
M-I-O-N-A is responsible for tens
of thousands of cures. Iu fact, it is
such a positive cure for indigestion
and all stomach troubles tbat it Is
guaranteed by The BEATTIE-MURPHY Co., to cure or money hack.
The price ol a large box of Ml-o-nn
tablets ia 50 cents, and they are sure
to promptly relievo the worst ease of
Indigestion  or gastritis.  Try   them.
FOR   RENT.
Rooms   for   light    house   keeping,
Furnished or unfurnished. ,    Applv to
W.  It.  HKATTY.
CORPORATION    OF THE    CITY  OF
OJUNBROOK
MY LAW    NO. 75,
A By Law to exempt tho Canadian
Pacific Railway Company from all
taxes,   water     rates and     all other
rates or assscs«ments whatsoever in
respect of the lauds to be occupied
by them on a "Yodng Men's Christ-
Assudntion"   Building.
WHEREAS the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company are about to un
dertake the erection of a building In
the vicinity of the oity ol Cranbrook
to be 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
aud have requested the Cnnadlan
Pacific Railway Company to erect
the said building within the Municipal limits of the Corporation of tint
Olty of Cranbrook.
ANB WHKRKAS a petition has
been presented to the Municipal
Council of tlie Corporation of tbe
City of ('rnnbrook signed hy tbe
owners or at leant one-tenth (L-lOth
of the value of the rateable land*
and improvements in the said
(.'ity ns shown by the laat Revised
Assessment Roll requesting the said
Council to Introduce a Ity Law to
grant aid to the Canadian Pacini*
Railway Company in the maintenance of the said Building by exemp
ting the said Canadian Pacific Railway Company in respect of the said
lands and building from all taxes ou
lands and improvements and water
rates which might be imposed upon
the Company In respect thereto, for
a period ot twenty years.
AND WHEREAS it has been deem
ed expedient to grant to the snid
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
exemption from taxation and rates
as aforesaid in respect of the said
lands and building.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the
City of ('rnnbrook in Council assembled, enacts as follows:
1. Subject to the fulfillment of tin)
terms and conditions hereinafter con*
tallied, which terms and conditions
nnd the due fulfillment thereof are to
he deemed and considered as conditions precedent to the enjoyment of
the rights and privileges hereby
granted the said The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, its successors and assigns, hereinafter called
tho "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 which might
be imposed upon the Company in
respect of the lands nnd building to
be occupied by them as a "Young
Men's Christian Association" Building.
2. The Company shall erect a
I building nt a cost of not less than
'twenty thousand dollars    (120,000.00)
upon the terms hereinafter mention
ed and shall maintain and use the
same exclusively and continuously
for the purpose of a "Young Men's
Christian Association" Building for
a 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 swimming
! pool, shower baths, bowling alley,
! rending room nnd billiard room.
4. Upon  the    Company  failing    or
■ refusing to carry out the terms and
I conditions herein set forth,  then and
in such event,  such    exemption from
> taxation shall     forthwith cease    and
: determine; ami cither all     the lands
j comprising the site of the said build-
: ing shall forthwith revert to and become  the  property of     the Corporation of thc City of Cranbrook,    its
successors  or  assigns,   or,   the   Company shall pay to    the City the sum
. of thirty-live   hundred dollars 13,500.-
00) or such sum as shall be devoted
; by the ('ity     to the purchase     of   a
: site for said     buildings,  without in-
: terest.
5. This By-Law shall take effect
land be of force on and after the Htti
day of May, A. D.   191C.
j    fi.   This By-Law     may be cited for
I all    purposes as     the "Young Men's
\ Christian    Association    Building  Exemption  from Taxation   By-Law."
Rend a first, second and third time
on the 21st day of April. A. D., 1910.
Received the assent of the Electors
on the   day of  A. D.
1910.
■ Reconsidered and finally passed and
' adopted on the   day of 	
A. I).  1910.
' TAKE NOTICK thnt the above Is
a true copy of the proposed by-law
upon which the vote ot the Municipality 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 time) in the morning and Seven
o'clock (Eight o'clock local tlmei In
the evening.
THOS.   M.   ROBERTS,
Clerk to thp    Municipal
Council.
Fresh    strawberries  at      Stewart'-*
today.
BATES    LITTLE
A pretty wedding took place nu
Thursday evening, in the Presbyter
inn Church, when the Rev. O. o.
Main united in marriage, Mr. James
Bates to Miss (iussie Little, ft wns
a (inlet wedding, only a few of the
inl nun ie friends of tin' contract lng
parties bolng present. On Friday
the happy couple left on n honeymoon trip to Spokane and const
cities. On their return they wlll reside in their new cottage on flaknr
Hill
Choice
Stewnrt'i
Florida      tomato
today,
at
The man who in always waiting
for something to turn up will not he
disappointed if he waits long enough,
but it will bo his toes. ©lis Ifroapecioi'.
B8TABLIBHRD   189
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A. B. GRACE
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Editoi
Subscription
sa.oo
Pei Yoai
Advertising ri
appUaatlon.
tea   made   k
IOWU    "11
ol hi.- and    mercy, who nr.-    latrlj  144:t    Nation, Harold Turton
bubbling over with    pral*e foi Cran   Ml.1.   Nelson. John
brook City IMS,   Pettlt, Harry Clifton
 <"  1638    Pettlgrew,  William
Thr American* who ore Battling In  imi,    pugh, Benjamin
tbo Canadian Northweal  ore leaving 1591    itmu, Charles Bdgai
advemlty  lor  proaperltj     Prosperity  i^i    Itogera, Qoorge Thompson
is ii great laetor In   reconciling   ei   m;u.   Butherlnnd,  Alexander John
patrlated Americans tu anew loyalty H7..1   Tferney, William   James
1901;    Vandecar, Prank   Belles
1912,   Vollrath, Obarlos F
1919    Vroman, Qharles Dextoi
1966.   Welch, Oeorgo
mi:    Vnti's. Dean Etoacoe
lm.'jii   Veandle, Obarlos Henrj
I   F   ARM8TRONO,
Reglater ol Voters
Cranbrook, t April. 1910. 16 1*
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
am.   MACDONALD,
Barristers uml Solicitors,
CRANBROOK, B.C,
KOOTENAY  OBNTRAL  KA1L.VV \\
'1'be prosperity, hlagos entirely on
the construction "t tlu- Kootenay
Central railway t,> provide tran*poi
tstiou tor the valley* ui tbe 1 ppi
Columbia and Kooteua) rlvei ht
tweeu Qoldeu and Oranbrook ol the
160 miles to be constructed, onl)
teu miles have b*en graded sud stool
laid 011 ti unall portion ■■; theao ten
miles
The    Dominion    - ibsldj   nl     I'd (Oil
per mile, amouuting to tbe ri'i i
ol 1618,000   1-, still in lorci
T   il   Proctoi   ,'i  NelBou   agenl loi
the Kooteimj   Vnlley   Land company
was in Oranbrook last  week, baviui
returned     Iron) a trip     through   thi
Windermere couutry     11.-  said   "Tin
Kootenay Central wlll lei  a 1    itrncl
next week lor     'he     construcl
the tirst hundred mile section 1 1     :
road from Qaltoway,    on  the Crow
Nest branch line.   10 Ootden Citj  01
the main hue ot the 1 anadiau I ,
ic.     Tbis section extends   from 100
loway to    Wardner,  tbenci   ,'    .' 1
east bank ot the  Kootenn)   rivel
Wasa.   generally   known   ;.-   Ha
lunch     It   will    -■ a   wati        ' 1
the way.
The  Selkirk range  ol
undoubtedly nch in     mineral
and there are     some    ■,1ll
properties in the Cranbn 1 * an
dermere     districts,  at    present
dormant for want   ,1 a roilwaj
Kanch  lands  tmve  al*.    '    tak
up and improved, but at preset
there is no mean.-. 01 getting -■
and produce to market Ma;;;, intend
ing settlers, who like the dlstrit I
and would prefer t,> settl
there aie forced to pas it by 01
account of the lack ,■; transp* ttal
Orchards are being planted and thi
bardlet kinds ol fruit can be raised
with great success, but again there
is nu means of getting this Iruit t,
market just at the proper time it 1-
roady for shipment The prosperity
of these districts would justify thc
C, IV ft. in building this line, not
only as a method of relieving the
congested freight conditions ovei- the
mountain division of the main line.
but as ameans ol enhancing tin- val
ue of the vast areas of farm lands
held by the compnny In these val
leys.
The C.  I'.  It.  hits hud  absolute con
trol ol the K. C,   It. charter foi  hI   , '
years.     It is time lor them to ninkc
some effort towards constructing tin
road, and do it at once
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HIS  IIHA/.KN  METHODS
Mr.  Pugsley the     other ovenlng in I
supply  gave 11  remarkable     instance
of his brazen methods aud manners.
After the   eiposures  in     the  Marine!'
Department      Mr.    Pugsley issued    n i
statement  that     tl patronage list]'
had been    abolished"  in     the Public!
Works Department.    This was I tump
etal about iu the Liberal press,    and |
thf plain ordinary  voter     wus cnie-j
fully encouraged to suppose that thc \
Public Works     Department  gave   its!
work and     its business     to the best
llrms and persons irrespective ol poi '
itics.     In     reply Mr.     Pugsley was J
(mentioned on     the subject of   news-1
paper patronage.    'I'he     Govornment
spends several hundred thousand dol-,
lars a year in newspaper advertising
printing, etc.    Mr.  Pugsley was 0,110s
tloned on     the subject; did     he ever
give     any    business to     newspapers.
however widely circulated or intliicn-
tlal,  which    were not     Liberal.    He
dodged the issue for a     while,    and '
then brazened it out.    Mr. Ululn ask [
ed If lie would give the committee a'
list  of  Conservative   Newspaper which .
got business from his department.
"Certainly",    said     Mr.     Pugsley,
Smiling broadly; and     he sent across,
the floor to Mr.   Plain  a  blank sheet |
of paper.
There you have Mr. Pugsley though
and through. Making loud protestations; doing the exact opposite; and
when exposed treating the whole
thing as a big joke.
Toronto Saturday Night continues
Its criticisms of Mr.  Pugsley.   ln   a
tent
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CRANBROOK    KLKCTultu.
DISTRICT
ujectloii has been made to the re
the   RogletOI   ol   Voters   ol
following inline.-, any votei oh
-,i t., ,-i any votei on his b&holl
!„■ heard al tin- Curt 01 llevis
ty nc held nl tlie Court House
'ranbrook ,,n Monday the sixteenth
,,l May. I'M" nt ten o'clock 111
lore 1
\ n.i.-i -., •=1   David
\ 11   troug, rimiie:
Irliold,   llitny   "l'i,
\   el itlue   Men
tverlll,  Robert
Hale   Frederick   I
Unrney,   Clifford   .1
Dei   Henrj
Hlaney,   John
Urockenrtdge,   David
Buckman, James
H.ikv    Michael
Hurton, .lohn Webstei
Campbell,   William   Welsh
Chalmers,  Moxandei    Lv
I'hnsl inn,   Willium   .lolin
ear)    William
Fred
Collins,  Roberl   John
i',„'k   Bancroft   Pierponi
Cnrrj    '"I-.  James
:      1 ■ :>      -lohn
age   Auhibald K
Dulmagi    1', ii  Bethune
I     l-'iedci.ck
lohn  1 cas)
Edworda,  Sytvestei   I'm
Finch   Chai les Edward
Fii la)    Roberl
F stei    ft tUiam Gordon
Freote,  Waltei   Addington
.   .latins Alexander
. ,-.    Archibald
Qrant    .'■■lit. Forbes
:i u .   .    James A
H ..    William
ii dgins   J,-im
Hungerford, Oeorge
:.,■-   Frederick Augustus
is:,!,;   William
Lapointe, Henry Ernest
Marshall.   Frank   Douglas
Marshall.  Oeorge
Murphy, Thomas Edward
McCoskill,   Archibald
McDonald, Donald Alex,
.McDonald, John Joseph
id
CRANBROOK  LAND   HUTiiliT
District   ol    East   Kooteuay
Take notice that I Daniel Charles
McDonald ol Klngsgate, 11 C . occu
nation telegraphist, intends fo ap
ply i.n permission 1,, purchase the
Following declined Lauds Oominono
uu: at 11 post planted at the south
oaal eornei ol I' H Li74, thonce
north 80 chain, thence cast in
, ham-   more     01   less.  1,1      the Moyie
rivei tbence down the right bnnkot
the mer to ihc polnl ol commence
meat
Daniel Obarlos McDonald
U-ent tot  John Robertson
Daied March 11, 1910 10 n
NOTICE
Tak iic- that I intend to apply-
to   the    Superintendent     ol Provincial
Police, jn dnys after the appearance
of this notice, lor a renewal ol my
license to sell intoxicating liquor ou
the premises known as the Wattsburg
Hotel. Wattsburg, 11  0.
E   WATTS
Dnted   April  13th   101(1 111 20
NOTICE.
Take  notice that   1   Intond  to npply
to the Superintendent 01 Provincial
Police, 30 days after the appearance
of this notice, for n renewal of my
license to sell intoxicating liquor on
the premises known as the Perry j
Creek Hotel. Perry  Creek.  II. 0,
A.   IIUROE.
Dated April  12th  mil). 1C-20
VV, I'. GURD,
Bni'iinler, Solicitor, elc,,
ORANBROOK, B. 0,
(,. II    I HOMPSON,
Hurrlstei'i Solictor, anil
Notary I'nlilir
iHi.cc   Held Buildings,
ORANBROOK, B, 0.
McVll I IK & PARKER
lv i.s 4. C.E,
ORANBROOK, B, l'
|. I. i.wni.AW,
Mining Engineer ami
I! 0. I,niul Surveyor,
Co  llox Silfi,        I'hono H2H,
iiVr..m..V.iiV.ti.V.i.....W.<.HrW.rtrt.<
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NH.   Vih.   It.  A. M.
Regular moutlngs:  2nd Tuns
day   in   each   month   at eight
o'clock.
Sojourning' f'Om|ianions  are
'ordlally iuviied.
II     H. SHORT. Scribe K.
Box '-'i',:.'      OKA NBROOK, R, I
»WWe«WMM»WtVWfWWWJWWWWrW*>r
Frank Dezall
GENERALBLACKSMITH
and
WOOD WOK'KICK
Itubbsr Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
KIKNTS   KOR   CANADIAN CYCLE
AND  MOTOR CO'B BICYCLES
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lit IIIe ,,1,1  M Im  iiarboi I ,
ORANBROOK,
B. 0.
W, RUTLEDGE,
M M.V .    V.t„
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1«98. Gradate and medalist ot McKllllp
Veterinary college, Chicago, HI.
111 Lion Registered member of
British  t'olniuhia association.
si„.|, ,:ni no* l,e r,, 101,1 in tlie
MANITOBA HOTEL
PI Ml  01 Mi   Work   in
nil  branohai i>r thu
Tonsorlal   Art o T      ~ ,
I Ice Cream and
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone (III     •   •   •      p. 0.  Bn'i 119,
TIE Pill
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
We Deal in Everything From Home Made Candy
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean fsi„ger Sewing
DEALER IN
All kinds nt' Second-Hand Goods
Furniture 11 SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
Machines do
the Best Work
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
'makes GOOD   bread'
McKay,  .Jaiues
McLean, Samuel Honald
McMahon, Frank J.
McMahon, Patrick J.
McQuharrie,  Align*
McQuharrie, Matthew
McTavish, John
McVittle,   Harry   Hamilto
r run brook Lodge, No. 114, A. I''. A. M.
[tegular meotiug'e on
tho   third  Tbiit'.iday
*V   oi ovary month.
Visiling brethren
welcomoci,
W. F. ATTKIUOK, W. M.
B, W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
»ll otu*Hiwrao»yimoim>tiv«t««Ma.ToISage's illil  Stand, Hanson Ave They last it lifetime ami cost
office at McKiN»T*Y't LivMY barn | phoa* *»i very little more than thrown
ORANHROOK, B. C.    ogether.  catchpenny,  cheap
D.J.JOHNSON [machines.     Sold   on   small
monthly payments by
CARPENTER   AND ' v '
builder Geo. B. Powell
contbacts soLioiTBD. Singer Store
"~~~ Armatroor Iniu.
HOUSES pbone 1ST. Oranbrook, B.C.
For   Sale or Rent »t Reaionabl* *^"
Price*. ALSO SECOND HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE OHBA.P AND TO
MNT.
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< > Dr. E. VV. Connolly
Physician and Subbkon
Ofttue; Ai'tuHtrontf Ave
, , nouns
*'   9 u, II a.m.   3tOtP,n.      lo 8 |i.n,
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KNOX  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
Monday, April 35
8 o'clock p. trie
FREDERIC VILLI ERS
Phe Veteran War Corresondent will
deliver his illustrated lecture
\      "Pictures of Many
j Wars"
«>        Admission 50 cents. Children 25 cents
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 ; Ot'rice& Workshop—Lewis St
DR.    KELLY! v*™ N° "
Specialist in men'*
diseases. Send 4 cents
postage lor tree booklet.
Dr.   KKLLKY'S
Museum, 210   Howard St.
Spokane,   Waab.
F. E. Corrison
Band Maater Olty Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instrument* Choir
trainer.   Orchaatra hirniaheil
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,  B.C.
Phone 2.3.
CRANBRIMIK, 8. C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Siettm I tni lum ami fc'uruftdu Work a
Bpoolftlty.
Coat and Block KMimatcs
Ktnnirilu'd Upon Applica
tion.
■ P.O. Box 834.
H    W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
the
subject
fitti'n
e \ rlre
Pugsie.
tbe proposl
i United States
1 power nn tho
Since then, 1
« tew enqun
recent isnup it returns
as follows:
"In liwt week's Issui
tion to Hon   ffflilam
tbUSlaatlC adv„cary 0
tion to hand over to
syndicate a vast wat<
St.  Lawrence rlvei
bad occasion to    make
ips into the canal  project  tu connect
Montral am!   New  Tork,     which   the
Hon   William is also supporting."
Saturday Night then reviews the
project in a highly unfavorable man
ner, and proceed*   to say
"N'o intliHMitiai Canadian body is
behind th<; scheme, which the Minis
ter of Public Works ha* endorsed,
and his attitude nn this question is
lust a.-.. rriygtertnus a.s it. la on thc
l*>nz Sault pow« scheme, unless'
Hon Mr Emmeraon's declaration
that a two million dollar fund has
been raised in the United States to
influence Canadian legislation may
afford a clue. In his own Interest,
Mr, Pugsley nhould lose no time in
nettk^i hi nine 11 right before the eiec
tors 'of thf Dominion on these two
matters, for just at present he Is in
very had  odor "
*>$•* "?■*?>■*>■■• v r ♦•♦ t'* •'**'»^«<«4t#l44**HM*iHi*HI,» H4'
: CRANBROOK OPERA HOUSE
-♦-
Wednesday, April 27
®   ....
At Last, The Big Musical Sensation
! THE ORIGINAL WHITNEY PRODUCTION
W.  K.   BEATTY
UiHlciUkei',
Kmbttliuer,
I'liunrkl DlieuUic,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
"A KHISHT
FOI 1 DAT"
i SOLID YEAR
IN
CHICAGO
SIX MONTHS
IN
NEW YORK
Come to Cranbrook. the     met
liK of Southeast Kootenay, nnd
show  you a    model  town   One
make any   o.thor    town    ol itn
took like 30 cents m Chinese m
W«-'tl    show     yon out    schools
ohurcbes, out prosper
societies, out solid jus!
We'll call your attontti
peorance ol the people
and IntolHgcnce, health
pronperoiis happy lives
many successful business men
•bow you a lot uf girls, robust
hat
to  thi
their
id sin
We'll
ropn
we'll
thai
size
onay
and
rnnl
jcrna,
c ap
dress
les ol
i;how
We'll
,  full
... BY ROBERT B. SMITH   AND RAYMOND HUBBBLL
... Comedy that is arieutilating and music that is melodious
I Seethe Electrical See-Saw; The Falling;
I Star Ballet; The Candle Light Girls; The;
! Corsican Girls; The College Girls
\ AND Till; FAMOUS
;;AHERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS:
i. ,
' ' Thu allow of ii lliounmul atartllii(( aurprl***. Th* roar that won't *
,, aubfildo. Maiv.iloua ol*ctrical Invontioni, Bona;., hit* ami Choruaea ',
< > fptlo
Scats now on sale at licattiu's Drug Store
Prices $l.5<> and $1.00
j ANCIENT ORDER,!FORESTERS!
IIOIIIIT OHANBROOK, l<4!
j Meat, ln dariiun'* Hall 2*1 art HI
:    Tburaday ol each month at I p.m.
i   anal p.
A. HcCoWal, Chlar   H«»far
O. A. Abbott, 8a*r*tary.
Vititiac BratbrtB mai* wricoa*.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORtER EAILES;
Moot every Friday at i |i.m |
VlaitliiK   Hititner* ('ordlall}1   luvlleil |
VV. K. JoliiiHon, avtiog president.    I
VV. F. G. Carter, acting Sen. 1
Aerie Phytlclan,   P.   (I.   Boi il.
•♦♦*»>*4>e>4>«>*x>*>*>«j««>«>««>« '
mi un mim LODGE
M«etfc «v«ry ttcond and fourth
Wodnctduy   at   n«w   Frattrnlty
Moll.   Sojourlng RobiKobt cor-
* '     dldSJIy InvlUd.
N.Q. M1m h. U. TsDubauuer
Bee.    MIh Msi Cbspm«s.
WENTWORTH
HOTEL g^brook'
Is ;i lar^i: and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, tvjth a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   Wentworth
J. H. McDOINALD Proprietor
JAtAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ^-t-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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. t*y*.t.r.*^.^*r*r******ar**ste^*^^^*****^**^**
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.
******************************************** — 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 -d 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 are
(juaranteed
&***/ MONEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED
Furniture
Department
Second
Floor PATMORE BROS.
HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kast  Kootenaj
NOTICE is bareby given tlmt nrttb
in thirty 1J1 i days from the date
hereof, 1 intend r<> upply to the Ch lei
Commissioner o( Lands and Works,
and the Assistant Commissions! ol
Lands loi the District of Blast Koote
nay. (or a License to prospeel toi
Coal and Petroleum on thfl follow inn
described lnnds
LOCATION No 1 CommencluK
at a post planted about two (2)
miles north and ubout ten 'I"1 chaina
weat of the northwest corner of Lot
8731. Block 459J. ami being the In
tial post, northwest corner, thence
80 chains north, so chains easl Sl)
chaina south, so chain- wesl * tl
point of commencement and contain
ing B40 acres, more or less
Located this 28th dav of March, 1910
C T MOORK
James Fishei
ul
to  point    of
ontaiiiitiK  640
I.i
ahi
lew
ed  tin.
th dnv of March,
JOHN  SCHMIDT,  Locat
James Plshei,  tVgenl        post,
chains
LOCATION  No   6    Commencing at ,',lHi,.1N
iobI planted about fuui «-* - miles
. th and ten > 10 > chains west ol
thi north west corner ol Lot 8781,
Block 4593, and being the Initial port
i,.. thwesi corner, thence S(l chains
ioi Hi 80 chains east, hu chains
SO chains weat, to point ol
u tmencemenl containing B4Q acres
less
ATlON   Nt
a   post   planted
north ami about one (1
imu the northwest corner
ir,     Block 4598,    and being
ommouclng at  i
six   (61  nub's' I
■ mile east Ol
oi  Lot 8731.
tbc      uiitml {
northeast     cornor,  theucn B0
south, so  chains    went,   su
north, so    chains   east, to
point  of   commencement,   contain Ins
ciu acres more oi  less
Located this 39th daj  ol  March.mo
H   0   BCHMIDT, Locator,
.1 umew Kmber,   Agent
LOCATION No   i
a post    pinuted al'
ih and ah
i   cated tins '2 ft th daj  ol March, 1910 the northwest
FRBD CH vt;\
James Fisher,
Locator,
A cent
oru.
mmencing at
tout    six (6*1 utilee
nt» (11 mite east ol
Lot  8781,
' initial posi
so   chains
chains north
ol
LOCATION No
post    planted
:; mencmg at
about    ■ n
miles north and about ten (10     bains
west     of     the     northwest i ne
of Lot 8731,   Block  45yj       BJ
the initial    post, southwest rnei
thence   SO   chains     north
weat,  30 chains  soutb,  l"  ■.•hattis east
to point of commencement and   con
taming t>4'j acres more oi   Less
Located this 28th daj   of  March. 1910
I)    DRYSDALE
.James FMsher,   Agei t
i oCATIi iN  N'o t.    Commencing at
post planted about  four   (4) mllos
nth ami ten I10)     chains  weat    ol
<ocator,  tht   uorthwesl     cornei  ol     Lot  3781,
t h' ck     4593   and  being  the     initial
northeast  cornei       thence    80
an    at d li   80    chains    west   B0
uorth     30 chains    cast, to
t    :  commencement  and contain
:.  ' 40 acres more or less,
ited thii  28th day oi March, 191
M   C   HALLBTT   L^ator,
James Fisher,  agent
ocated Hns tut dny ol April, 1910, |
BTUART MANNIOLL, Locator,
JaniM Fisher,   "wont
LOCATION No, 14.   Commonclng »t
n poat planted about two (8) milim
north of the uortheaat comer of Lot
8731, Block 15&3, being tlio initial
post, southwost corner, thence KO
ctuuiit.     north,    si     chains    emu, ho
ORANBROOK LANU DISTHH'T NOTICK
District ..I Kast, KooteAar.        , liSTSS!! u* fW *'7B   Sif* ?°
"' days after date 1 intend to apply to
I,  John Q     Anderson, Ol    Douglas the Honorable   Chief     Commissioner
Town, New Brunswick, gentleman, in* I of Lauds  for a   license    to prospect
tend to apply un permission to pur-{for coal and petroleum over the fol-
ctiune the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at the
uot'iliwet't corner, about one mile
north and 60 chains oast ol tin1
northwest  coiner of  Lot  7;i»7; thence
.bains south, ho chain* west, to point south no chains; thonce
oiumenceimou  and  containing t)4()
res,  mole or less.
icatod this 1st dnv of April,  mill,
THOMAS W, WALKER, Locator,
Jnmes KIhIici,  Agent.
LOCATION   N
a post planted abc
north     and about
west of the northw
8731,  Block 4593,
poat,    nnrtheant    c
chains     south,  so
LOCATION No. I. 1
a post planted ahmit two
north and about ten (10) i
of the northwest corner of
Block 4r>93, bfllng tho uu
northwest corner, tbence
south,   80     chains   enst,
8 Commencing :it
out two 12) tmifs
ten ■ 10) cl lins
■*st corner of L
being the Initial
)rner, thence Sfl
chaina west. SO
chains north. 80 chains east to point
of commencement containing 640
acres more or less
Located this 28th day of  March, 1910
WILLIAM  PRIOR,  Locator,
James Fisher,  Agent
menclng 'it
(8)  miles j
shalna west
Lot   B731,
inl post,
SO chains
so chains
VTION No   7    Commencing at
i      st   planted  shout  tow    • 4, miles
in : ten   i1.'   chains west of the
tl «S\   i   rnet    il   U t   8731,   Block
eing   the  initial    p°st,   South-
en-c   cornei    thence »-'1 chains north,
haing   west,  *"1 chains    south,   SO
chtins <>a.s-:   to   point of   commencement      containing 640 acres more or
Block 4593, and being th
northwest comer    thenci
south,  SO chains east, SO
so  chaius   wost, to   point     i
mencoment  and containing 64C
more or leas
Located this 89th day of  Mnivl..l'Jlo | ™ J'"
PHRC\   CRIDDLE,   Looato"
.tames Fisher,  A^eni
location No. n Commencing at
a post planted ubout six t6l milt's
north of the northwest coruer oi Lot
8731, Block 4593, and being thc im
tial post, southeast corner, tlieuce so
chains north, SO chains west, SO
chains south, SO chains east to point
of commencement, and containing
640 acres, more or less,
Located this 31st day of March, 1910.
RDWARD A, MANNKLL. Locator,
James Fisher, Agent.
■cated  thi
F
LOCATION  No.  s.    Commencing at
post  planted ahout  four   141 miles
th and ten (10) chains west uf the
ith weat corner    of  Lot 8731, Block
1 :. being the    initial post. South-
i t   corner,   thenee so  chains north,
chains east,     80 chains south, 80
nine west, to   point ot commence-
it, containim* 04"  acres more   or
LOCATION No. 12.   Commencing at
a post planted about     six (6) miles
north of the northwest corner of Lot
8731,    Block 4593,       being the      ini
of March, lylOitial   post, southwest     corner, thence
SO chains uorth, 80   chains east,
chains south, 80 chains west, to point
of    commencement,     and containing
040 acres, more or less.
Located this 31st day of March.1910,
H. W. K, CANAVAN, Locator,
James Fisher,  Agent.
23th day
P    MARINO,  Locator,
James Fisher,   Agent
LOCATION No. 13.   Commencing at
a post planted about     two (2) miles
north of the northeast corner of Lot
8731,  Hock 4593,    being the     initial
post, northwest    corner, thence     80
oted this 28th day of March, 19101 chains     south,     80 chains   east,    80
F   M. ADAMS,  Locator,        chnins north, 80 chains west, to point
James Fisher,  Agent.     I of commencement  and  containing 640
GREAT SALE OF
DINNER SETS
40, 97 and 115-piece sets to be
sold in ten days. 25 per cent
off on every complete set.
Sale ends Tuesday, April  26
These are all the latest patterns and designs.
No set in stock over four months.
We need the room for goods coming in, we also
need the money, therefore we will offer for cash, 10
per cent off, every piece of China, Tea Sets, Toilet
Sets, Glassware, Etc., in fact, we discount everything in our Crockery Department. An opportunity
no prudent housewife can afford to miss.
Campbell   &  Manning
STAPLE AM) FANCY GROCERS
LOCATION Nn. 15. Commencing ut
ii poBt planted nbout one (li mile
north Hint two vii mile, went of the
northwest oorhor ol Lot »73l. Block
4593, bolng the Initial punt, north"
wost cornor, thonce ne chains south,
80 ohalns oast, sn chains nurth, 80
to point ol commencement, ami containing i>40 acres, more
or less.
Located this 2nd day ol April, 1910.
H   M   FUl.l.ERTON, Locator,
James Fisher, Agent.
LOCATION No. 16. Commencing nt
a post planted about one (1) mile
uorth ami two (21 mllea west of the
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
1593, being tire initial post, south-
cast corner, thence 80 chains north,
sn chains west, 80 chains south, SO
chains east, to point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres more
or leas.
Located tbis 2nd day of April, 1910.
THOMAS   MCPHERSON, Locator,
James Fisher, Agent.
LOCATION No. 17. Commencing at
r. post planted on Sage Crock about
three (3) miles east ol the northeast
corner of Lot 8734, Block 4593, and
being the Initial post, northeast corner, thence 80 chains south, 80 chains
west, 80 chains north, 80 chnlns cast
to point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
Located this 4th day of April, 1910.
GODFREY BOOTH, Locntor,
James Fisher, Agent.
LOCATION No. 18. Commencing at
a post planted on Sage Crock about
three (3) miles east of the northeast
corner of Lot 8734, Block 4593, and
being the Initial post, northwest cor
ner, thence 80 chains south, 80 chains
east, 80 chains north, 80 cbains west
to point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less. .
Located this 4th day of April, 191(1
GEORGE HARVEY, Locator,
James Fisher, Agent.
LOCATION No. 19. Commencing nt
a pust plnnteil on Sage Creek about
three (3) miles east of the northeast
corner of Lot 8731, Block 4593,
being the initial post, southeast corner, thence 80 chains north, 8(1 chains
west, 80 chains south, 80 chains east
to point of commencement and containing 040 acres more or less.
Located this 4th day of April, 1910.
ROBERT LENNIE, Locator,
James Fisher, Agent.
LOCATION No. 20. Commencing at
a post planted soutb nf Sage Creek,
nnd about thirty (30) chains south
of the northeast corner of Lot 8734,
Block 4593, being the initial post,
northwest corner, thence 80 chains
south, 80 chains east, 80 chains north
80 chains west, to point of commence
ment and contnlnlng 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this Sth day of   April, 1910.
HERBERT KEYS, Locator,
James Fisher. Agent.
LOCATION No. 21. Commencing nl
a post planted on the north fork of
Sage Creek about three (3) mllos
enst and two (2) miles north of thi
northeast cornor of Lot 8734, Block
1593, being the initial post, north
cast corner, thence 80 chains soutli.
80 cbains west, 80 chains north, 80
chnins east to point of commence
mont and conaining 640 acres more
or less.
Located tbis 5th dny nf   April, 1910.
EDITH L.  LENNIE,  Locator,
James  Fisher,  Agent.
LOCATION No. 22. Commencing at
n pnst planted nn the nnrth fork of
Sage Crock about, three (8) miles
eust and about two (2) miles north
ol the northeast corner nf Lul 8734,
Block 4593, being tho initio' pust
southeast corner, thence 80 chains
north, 80 chains west, 80 chains
south, 80 chains cast to point of
commencement and containing 641
acres, more or less.
Located this 5th day of April, 1910.
N. M. CUMMINS, Locator,
17-21 James Fisher, Agent.
usi. so chains
811 chains; thence wost
the point ui commence-
ntuinlng 640 acres more
thence nurth
SU cbuins  t
ment, and <
or loss.
John O. Anderson, Locator,
F. R, Anderson,  Agent.
Hilled   Sth  Marcll,   1910. 13-21
WATER  ACT 1909.
Take notice that Camil Uodderis of
Cranbrook, farmer, will apply to the
Water Oommlssionor at Cranbrook
on the 10th 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 oue tenth of a
cubic loot ol water per second from
Joseph's Prairie (.'leek for the purpose of irrigating sli und a half
acres uf land beiug parts uf l.uts 27
and 28 Uroup 1 Kuotenay District.
The works proposed nro ditches and
duines to be constructed over Lot 24
and 28 said group. The proposed
ditch head ls at the head of the
ditch constructed by Frank Godderis
nn crown laud will ba occupied and
no proprietors ur licence holders will
he affected except the Baker Estate
represented by V. Hyde Baker of
Cruobruok, and tbe Fernie Kurt
Steele Brewery Cu., of Fernie, B. 0,
This notice wus pusted uu the 1st
day of April, 1910.
14-18 CAMIL    GODDERIS.
NOTICE.
NOTICE la hereby given that 30
days after date 1 Inteud to apply to
tho Houurable Chief Oommlssionor
of Lands fur a license tu pruspect
iur cual and petruleum over the following lands situate in the district of
Southeast Kuutenay, British Colum
hia, in'Lut 4593: Cumiuencing at a
post planted at ur near five miles
dua east uf the 36 mile post on C.P
It. survey line, which is tbe western
lioundury of Lot 4593, and being the
southeast corner post of Charles L.
Paulsun's claim; tbence nurth eighty
(80) chains, thence west eighty (80)
chains, tbence smith eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres more or less.
Located tbis 21st day of February
1910.
CHARLES  L.   PAULSON,Locator,
Eathen  W.  Butts,  Agent.
William E.  Butts,   Witness.        15-20
lowing lands situate lu the district of
Southeust Kootenay, British Columbia, lu Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near three mllos
duo east of the 36 mile post on O.P.
It. survey lino, Which is the western
boundary ul Lot 4593, and being the
uortueast corner pust of Nora Cera
ghty's claim: thence south eigbtytSU)
chains, thonce west olghty (80) chaina
thonce north eighty (10) chains,
thonco east eight; (80) cbains to the
point uf commencement, making 640
acres, more or loss.
Lucated this 21st day of February
1910.
NORA   GERAGHTY,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
CRANBROOK LANU DISTRICT.
District of East Kootonay.
Take notice that James Fisher of
Rossinnd, B. C, uccupatiuu pins
pootor, intend tu apply for permission tu purchase the following do-
scribed lauds:— Commencing at a
pust planted at tbe southwest cornor
of Lot 7843, theuce uorth 10 chains;
thence west 110 chains; thence south
10 chaius; thence east 110 chains to
tbe point of commencement, and
containing 120 acres mote or loss.
13-21 Jumes    Fisher    Locator.
R. F. Anderson, Agent.
Dated March 19, 1910.
CRANBROOK LANU DISTRICT
District ut Eaat Kootenay.
I, Hurry 0. Bower, of Rosslaud.B,
(.'., Agent, intend to apply for per-
mlsston tu purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast comer
about one mile north and 60 chains
east uf the northwest corner of Lot
7397: thence north 80 chains; thenee
west SO chains; tbence south 80 chaina
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement, cuntainlng 040 acres
mure or loss.
Harry C. Bowers, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent,
Dated 8th March,  1910. 13 21
NOTICE.
NOTICE ls hereby glvon that 30
days after dato I Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and potroleum ovor the following lands situate in tbe district nf
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, ln Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Pout planted at or near three mllos
due oast of tbo 30 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is tho western
boundary of Lot 4593, and being tbo
southwest cornor post of Anton M.
Paulson's claim; thence nortb oighty
(80) chains, tbonco east eigbty (80)
chains, thonco south (80) eighty
chains,thonce west eighty (80) chains
to tho point of commencement, mnk
lng 040 acres more or lens.
Located this 21ot   day of February
1910.
ANTON M. PAULSON, Locator.
Eathen W.  Butts, Agent
NOTIOB,
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
tho Honorable Chief Oommlssionor
uf Lands for a license to prospect
fur cual and petruleum over the following lands situate in tbe district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Colum
bia, in Lot 4593: Commencing ut «
post planted at or near five miles
due east of the 36 mile post on O.P.
R. survey line, which is the western*
boundnry of Lot 4593, and being the
northwest curner pnst of Walter W.
Hay's claim: thence smith eighty
(80) chains, thence oast eigbty (80)
chains, thence nurth eighty (SO)
cbains, thenre west eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more nr less.
Located this 19th dav nf February
1910.
WALTER  W.  HAY,   Locator,
Eathen  W.  Butts, Agent
William  B,   Butts,    Witness. 15-20
NOTIOB.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chiel Oommlssionor
of Lands for a license to pruspect
fur cual and petruleum ovor the fol
lowing lands situate lu tbe district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lul. 4593: Commencing ut a
pust plunted at nr near five miles
duo oast of the 36 mile post tin C.P.
It. survey line, which is the western
boundary uf Lot 4593, and bolng the
northeast corner pnst nf George
Wykes' cluim: tbence south eighty(SO)
chains, theuce west, eighty (SO) chnins
tbence north eigbty tSOj chains,
thence east eighty (80) ohalns to the
point uf commencement, making i.ln
acres mure ur less.
Located this 19th day of   February
1910.
oeorge WYKES, Locator,
Eathen  W.  Butts, Agent
William  B.  Butts,    Witness. 16-20
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District uf East Kootenay
I, Jeremiah H. Hutchison of Rosa-
land, B. C, Merchant, Intend to apply for permission to purchaso tho
following described lauds:— Commencing at a post planted at tho
northeast corner about une mile
north and 60 chains east ot thi
northwest corner of Lot 7397, thonce
smith 80 chains; theuce west 80 chaina
thence nnrth 80 chains; thence eaat
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or
less.
Jeremiah   H.   Hutchison, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agont.
Dated 8th March, 1910. 13-11
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that Agnes Elwell of
Cranlirook, British Columbia, married woman, intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands:— Commencing at th»
south end of an island in the Koote-
Itiver opposite I,ot No. 324, group 1,
thence nnrth westerly along the western side of said island about (40)
forty chains, thence east (10) cbaina
more or loss to tho east side of the
said island, thonce south easterly
following thc eastern side of said
Island tn tho point of commencement
containing twenty acres more or lean
14-22 AONBS BLWBLL.
Dated   this 10th day of   March, 1910
William E.  Butts,   Witness.        15-20 William E. Butts,   Witness.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
dnys after date I Intond to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
nf Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over thc following lands situate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columhln, in Lot 4593: ('ommouclng at a
pnst planted at or neur five miles
dua east of the 36 mile post on O.P.
ft, survey Hue, which Is the western
buundary uf Lot 4593, and being tbe
southwest enrner post of Peter O.
Paulson's claim: thence nortli eighty
(80) chains, thence enst eighty (80)
chuins, thonce south eighty (80)
chnins, thence west eighty (80)
chains to the point of commoncomont
making 640 acres mure or less.
Loculed this 19th dny nf February
1910.
PETER     0. PAULSON,  Locator,
Eathon W.  Butts, Agont.
15-20
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is horeby given that 80
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honurable Chief Commissioner
of Lands fur a license tu prospect
fur cnal and potroleum uvor the following lands situate In the district ol
Southeast Kuutenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Pnst planted at or near three miles
duo east of the 30 milo post on C.P.
II. survey line, which Is the western)
boundary of Lot 4593, and being tho
southeast, corner post nf Ella 0.
Jones' claim, thence nurth eighty
ISO) chuins; thence west eighty (80)
chains; theuce suuth olghty (80)
chains; thence east eighty (80) chains
tn the puint uf commencement, mak-
640 acres more or less.
Located this 21st duy of February,
1910.
ELLA  G.   JONES,Locatorf
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-24)
NOTICE.
NOTICE ls hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum over the following landa situate in the diatrict ot
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at
Post planted nt or near three miles
duo cast of tho 36 mile poat on C.P.
It. survey line, which la the western
buundary ul Lot 4593, and being ths
northwest enrner post ol Anna K.
Paulson's claim: thence south eighty
180) chains, thence oast eighty (80)
chnlns, tlamce north eighty (80)
chains, thenee wost eighty (80) chains
to the puint nl commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 21st   day ol February
191(1.
ANNA  K.  PAULSON,   Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts,   Witness.       15-20 If You Want To Save Money
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE
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Actual Cost Landed in Store
Over 10,000 rolls of elegant designs and 8,000 of them are new
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Cranbrook
B«   Co>
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tenders of Sch0ol Building at West
Fernie, D. 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 mny be seen on and
after tlie 15th day of April, 1910, at
the office of the Government Agent,
Fernie, and thc Department of Public
Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied
hy nn accepted hank cheque or cer-
llcntc of deposit on a chartered bank
of Canada, made payable to tbe Honourable the Minister of Public Works
fur a sum equivalent to 10 per cent,
of the amount nf the tender, which
shall be furfeitcd if the party tender
ing decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, of If ho
fail to complete tbc work contracted
for. The cheques ur certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not ho considered unless made out ou the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
tbe tondcrer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished
The lowest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
F. C. liAMIII.K,
Public Wooks Engineer.
Public Works Depart incut,
Victoria, n, C, April 12th, 1010.
17 IS
NOTICE
NOTICE Is heroby givon that thirty
dnys after dnte I intond to apply to
the Honourable Chlel Commissioner
of Lands for n license to
pruspect for cnnl and petroleum over
the     following      lands situate
In tbe   District of Southenst Kootenny,   Ilritish Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at n pust planted at
or near 9 miles due Bast of the 40
m(lo post on O. p. It. survey line,
which is tho Western 1),,miliary of
Lot 4593, and being the Northeast
corner post of Walter W. Hay's claim
thence south eighty (80) chains,thence
west eighty (80) chains, theuce north
eighty (80) chains, thenco oast eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement making 640 acres more or
less.
Locntcd this 4th day of   March 1010.
WALTER W. HAY, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William E. Hiitts,  Witness.        17-21
NOTICE
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near 9 miles due East of the 40
mile post on O. P. R. survey line,
which is thc Western Boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the Northwest
corner post of Mary Denner's claim:
thence east eighty (80) chains, thenco
south eigbty (80) chains, thence west
olghty (80) chains, thence north
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 4th day of   March 1910.
MARY DBNNBR, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        17-21
NOTICE OF    DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE Ishereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as Fergusson and Houston, in thc City of
Cranbrook, B. 0. has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owing to thc snid partnership are to be paid to John Angus
Fergusson, nt Cranbrook aforesaid
and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to
the said John Angus Fergusson by
whom the snme will be settled.
Dated at Cranbrook, lt. 0„ tltla
sixteenth day of April, 1910.
.1.   A. FKRC.l'SSON.
N.  S.  HOUSTON.
Witness: Oswsld Trousc.
CRANBROOK LAND DWTR1CT
District of Bast Kootonay.
I, .lames W. Lougheed, ul Rosslaiiil
B. (I., Tailor, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands - - Commtnctog at a
post planted at the southwest corner
about one mile north and 60 ehains
east of the northwest curner of Lot
7397: thoace north 80 chams, theuce
east 80 chains; thonce south Mchaine
theuce west 80 chains to tbe point of
commoncemont. containing 640 acres
moro or less.
J. W. Lougheed, Locator,
F, R. Anderson. Agont.
Dated Sth day ol March, mo.   13-21
CRANBROOK    LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict ol Bast Kooteuay.
Take notice that I Robert Flnsllay
Anderson, ol Rossland, B. C, occu
pation Selling Agont, intend to ap
ply tor permission to purchase tba
lollowing described lands:-- Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast cornor ol Lot 7842, tlionco
north to the southern boundnry of
Lot 7S45, about 60 chains,theuce oast.
60 cbuins; thence south 60 chains;
thence west 60 chains to the point of
i commencement,   and    containing 640
i acres more or less.
18-21 R. F. Anderson, Locator.
Dated this 3rd day of March 1910
NOTICE is horoby given thnt thirty
dnys after dnte I Intend to apply to,
the Honourable Chief Commissioner J
of Lands for a license to
pruspect for coal nnd petroleum over
the     following      lands sltuato
In the    District of Southenst Kootenuy, , British Columbia, in Lot Wl.'
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
'mawi   ^   CtOOl)    u d r a n *
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict ol Kootenay.
Take notice that I Joseph Walsh, I
constable, of Fort Steele, Intend to
apply tor permission to purchase the
folluwlng described lands: commence-
ing at a post planted at tbo nortb
line ol Carlln's timber lease running,
20 chains north, thonce 40 chaias
east, Uience 20 chains south, tbence
40 chains west to place ot com
meneement, containing 80 acres more
or less.
JOSEPH WALSH.
Dated March 12th 1010.      .        12-16
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I Intend to
apply to the superintendent ol provin-1
clal Police, 30 days after thc appearance of this notice, fur a renewal of
my license to sell Intoxicating liquor
on tbe premises known as the Wind
sor Hotel, Fort Steele, B. C.
H.  S.  MATHER.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 10-20
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CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District et Kootenay.
Take notice that John Armour of
Cranbrook, occupation employment
agent, intends to apply lor permission to purchase Ue lollowing do-
scribed lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at the N. E. comer ol
Lot No. 8760. thence south- 80 cbains
more or loss; thence east 10 chains
more or less to the bank ol the St.
Mary's river; tbence up stream to
post ot commencement.
JOHN   ARMOUR.
Dates! March 11,   1910.        12-16.
(7RANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ot Bast Kootenay.
I, Elisabeth Pluhrer, ol Trail, B.C.
iKiuw'keeper, intend to applv Ior permission to purchase tbe lollowing
described lands:-- Commencing-at'a
post planted at tbe southeast cornet
of Uit 7287, being tho northwest
corner: thonce soutb 80 cbains; thence
east 80 chains; tbence north 10 chains
Uience west 80 chains to tbe point ol
romiiiencement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Elisabeth Klubrer, Locator.
F, It. Anderson, Agent.
Dated  llth   March.   1010. 18-21
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after tbe appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on tbe premises known as the Imperial Hotel, Fort Steele, B. C.
B. E. WERDBN.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that 1 intend to
apply to tho superintendent ol provincial Police, 30 days after the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on tbe premises known as the Central Hotel,  Mnrysville, B. 0.
PAUL HANDLBY.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
CUANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District   of Bast Kootenay.
Tako uotice that I Mrs. W. B. Mc-
Vnrlane of Cranbrook, B. C, occupation married woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the north
oast1 corner of Cooper's purchase, Lot
9797, thence north 10 chains, thence
west] 40 chains,thence south 10 chains,
thence east 40 chains to place of com-:
menfeoment.
Mrs. W. B. McKarlano.
Dated  March 15,  1910. 15-23
CHANHIIOOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Bast Kooteaay.
I Henrietta M. Tyson, ot Trail, B.
(I., housekeeper, Intend to apply lor
petmiisslon to purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at tho southeast corner
of Lot 7287, being tbe southwest
corner: thence nnrth 80 cbains;thenco
enst. Hit chains; thence soutb 80
chains; tbence west 80 cbains to tbe
point *>I commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
Henrietta M. Tyson, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
.Dated; Oth March, 1»10. 17-M
NOTICE.
Take notice, that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent ol Provincial
Police, alter 30 days from the ap
pearance of this notiee, for a renewal of my license to sell Intoxicating
liquor on the premises known as tlie
Royal Hotel, Marysville, 11. 0.
H.  L.  SAWYER.
Dated April 6th, 1010. 15-10
NOTIOB,
TAKE NOTICE, that I intend to
apply to thc superintendent uf provincial Police, 30 dnys aftei the appear
ance ol this notice, for a renewal of
mv license to soil intoxicating liquor
oti the promises known ns the Wy I
elide Hotel, Wycllffe, 11. 0. .
HARRY   EDWARDS.    I
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20 i
C. R. WARD, Manager
C. J. LITTLE. Secretary
The Oranbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE 280 P   O.  BOX  IB
Cranbrook. - - B. C.
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NATURES FERTILIZER
To get the bust results from
your fruit trues you must put
nourishment into the ground.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that I intend toj
apply to-the superintendent uf provin-j
elal Police, 30 days after thc appear]
ance of this notice, for a renewal of j
I my license to soil intoxicating liquor
, on the premises known as the North ,
j Star Hotel, Kimberley, 11. 0,
H. W. DREW.
! Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
i TAKE NOTICE, thnt I intend to
; apply to the superintendent uf provin-
j clal Police, 30 days after the appear
ance of this notice, for a renewal of
, my license to sell intoxicating liquor
I on tbe premises   known as the Wasa
Hotel, Wasa, B. 0,
N. HANSON.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
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CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE  AGENTS. CORPORATION OF THK CITY
OF ORANBROOK
BY LAW Nt) T4
A By-Law granting aid to the C«
nr.dian Pacific Railway <\mipany to
purchase a site Ior the erection ol n
"Young Men's Christian Association"
Building.
WHEREAS the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company are about to un
dartatte the erection of a building t<
tie known as the "Young Men'b
Christian Association" Building In
the vicinity ot the City oi Cranbrook
AND WHEREAS the Municipal
Council of the Corporation ut the
City of Cranbrook deem it advisable
and have requested th' Canadian
Paciiic Railway Company to erect
the said building within tbe Municl
pal limits of the Corporation ol the
City of Cranbrook
AND WHBRBAS u petition has
been presented to the Municipal
Council et the Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook signed by tbe own
ers of at least one tenth >l tOthj ol
the value of the real property of thi
xald City as shown by the Lasl He
vised Assessment Knii requesting tbe
asid Council ti> [utraduce ;i By law
to raise the sum oi Three tboi tan I
five hundred dollars ($3,500 01 b)
way of debentures for the purp' ■■
uranttng ai<t to the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company to purchase o Bite
(or the erection ol  the naid building
AND WHEREAS foi     the  purpoae
aforesaid,    it    will  be     necessary   ti i
borrow the   utlm     ol  thret
tive hundred  dollars   ($3,5	
AND WHEREAS the whole an
of   the      rateable   lands  ol      thi   sai
City according to the     last   He\ i* d
Assessment     Roll is  Eight     hundred
aad .-iii  thousand seven  hundred  and
thirty-five  dollars  ($806,73! 00
AND WHEREAS  the  ami
existing debenture Indebtednea -
Corporation     ol      the Cit; rai
brook is one hundred and thirtj I i
thousaid lour     hundred     an I
nine     dollars    and     elghte-11
(1134,449.18)
AND  WHEREAS      the      Municl]
Council  ha.s  powei   to  pass  Bj Laws
for contracting   debts,   by   borrowi  .
money or    otherwise an.! foi   levj
rates for payment of such debts
the rateable lands and Improvi i
either or both, or rateable real prof
city of the Municipality Ior any pui
pose within     the jurisdiction ol   thi
Council; but the   aggregate ol    >ucl
debts,  except  [or  works ol   lo< il  In
provement  and      (or  Bchool   purpose
ttball not   exceed    twenty     per     nt
(20 p. c.) of the    assessed value   -
the lands     and improvement.-, or thi
real property of  tl*'  Municipality ac
cordinr to     th.> last  Revised  Assess
ment Roll.
AND WHEREAS the present deben
ture Indebtedness of the City >>
Cranbrook, other than th ■ Indebted
nesft for works of local Improvement
and for Bchool purposes is Ninety
nine thousand four hundred and
forty-nine dollars and eighteen cents
(199.449.IS.)
AND WHEREAS it will be requl
site to raise annually by rate thc
sum of Four hundred and seventy-
Nix dollars ($476.C0) to provide for a
tiinking fund to pay the said debt
and to pay the interest.
NOW THEREFORE  thc   Municipal |
Council of     the Corporation of    thc
City of Cranbrook in Council nssem
bled, enacts as follows:
1. It shall and may tie lawful foi
th« Mayor of the Corporation of tin
City of Cranbrook to borrow upon
the credit of the said Corporation,
by way or the debentures hero in aftei
mentioned, from any person or pel
Nona, body or bodies corporate, win
may be willing to advance the snnu
aa a loan, a sum of money not ex
ceeding In the whole, the sum of
Three thousand five hundred dollnrh
(13,500.00) and to cause all sums so
raised or received to be paid into
the hands of the treasurer of thc
said Corporation, for the purpose
and with thc object of aiding the Cn
nadian Paciiic Railway Company to
purchase a site within the limits ol
the Municipality for the erection ol
a building to be known and used as
a "Young Men's Christian Association"  Building.
2. Tbe conveyance or conveyances
of tbe land comprised within the
said site shall contain a covenant
tbat the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company shall, within the period ol
one year, complete tbc erection of a
building thereon to be used for the
purpose of a "Young Men's Christian
Association" Building, and to be ol
tbo value of at least Twenty Thou
sand dollars if20.000.00i and shah
contain a Bwlmming pool, showei
baths, bowling alleys, reading room
and billiard room, aud that the Cn
nadian Pacific Railway Company will
maintain the said Building as a
"Young Men's Christian Association'
Building fur no other purpose for -..
period of twenty years, and that in
default of their so doing the said
landi shall be conveyed to and be
come the property of the City oi
that thf said Canadian pacific Rail
way Company shall pay to the city
its successors or assigns the sum ol
Thro* thousand five hundred dollars
(13,500.00)  or   riuch   sum  as shall    he
devoted by the city for the purchase
id said   site.   Without   interest
:t It shall lie lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporatn.ii to cause anv
number of debentures to be made,
executed, and issued (or such sum or
sums as may be required for the pur
pose and object aforesaid, not ex
cceding, however, the miiii of Three
thousand live hundred dollars
($3,500.00) each of the said deben
tures bolng ol the denomination ol
Five hundred dollars ($600.00) and
ull such debentures shall be sealed
with the seal of the Corporation and
signed by the Mayor thereof.
i. The said debentures shall boar
dute the 1st day ol September, AD.,
1910, and shall be made payable within ten years from the said date in
.awful money Ol Canada, at the
office ol the Imperial Bank ol Oaaa
da in Cranbrook aforesaid, which
said place ol  payment     shall  be de
dgnated by the said debentures
The aatd  debentures shall    bear
ntere tl at the rate ol five per can
turn pei annum rrom the date there
ul payable yearly at  the said I taper*
ul I tank ol Canada on the 1st day
ol Septemhei Ln each and every vear
tim mc the currency thereof and shall
have attached     to thnn coupons for
thi   pay nt      ol   the      said  interest.
which coupons shall be signed uy the
Mayoi  and tbe signature t" the con
pon may  be either win ten,  stamped,
printed oi  lithographed
g    During the currency ol the said
debentures,   there   dial I   hv   raised   au
Hi ■    i)   special     rate on  all rate
ai di   iu  the  said  City ol Cran
brook,  the sum of One hundred and
ty-five dollars  «$175 00)  for pay
tm nt    I  i be  mid Interest  on the said
debentures, and     the   sum ol    Three
hundred  and    one     dollars  ($39) 00)
for the purpose ol     creating a sink
lmc fund foi   tbe payment ol the debt
erebj  secured making in all the sum
ol  Pout  hundred and seventy m\ dol
irs    $47( 00    to   be      raised 'annually
iy special rate as     aforesaid during
the said  teu years
mall be lawful Ior the Mayor
■ h   said  Corporation to negotiate
■     tbe said debentures toi  less
ban  pai    bul   In       i   case shall the
lebentures be negotiated or sold
less than ninety     pei centum   of
faci   • a ue      including  the cost
leg Hating  and      sale,   brokerage
and all othei  inidental expenses
5 It shall be lawful (or the said
'■■ ■ al Council re-purchase any
n tbe said lebentures upon such
terms as may be agreed upon with
be legal holder or bidders thereof.
or any part thereof, either at the
time ■• -ale or any subsequent time
■i times, and all debentures so repurchased shall lorthwith be cancell-
•d and destroyed and no re-issue of
lebent ires sn repurchased shall be
made In consequence ol such re-purchase.
* This By Law shall take effect
on or after the Itth dav of Mav. A.
U.,  1910.
10. This By-Law may be cited for
til purposes as the "City of Cranbrook  Debenture     Loan  By-Law  No.
Head a first, second and third time
>n the 21st day of April, A.D.   1910.
Received  the  assent  of the  Electors
■ n the     day of     . .       A. D.
1910.
Reconsidered and  finally passed and
adopted on the   day of 	
A.   I).   1910.
lipping
'ity   ol
upi
TAKE NOTICE that the above i.s
a true copy of the proposed by-law
upon which the vote ol the Municipality will be taken at the Municipal
Building, Baker Street, in the City
of Cranbrook, B. C, on Friday, the
Oth day of May, 1910, between the
hours of Nine o'clock (Ten o'clock
local timo) in the morning and Seven
t'clock (Eight o'clock local timet in
the evening.
THOS. M. ROBERTS,
Clerk to the    Municipal
Council.
CORPORATION OF   THE    CITY
OF    CRANBROOK
BY-LAW NO. 72.
A By-Law to authorize thc sale of
the City's interest m Block D, Plan
-J69, Cranbrook, li. C., and the Joint
Government aud Municipal Buildings
•rectcd thereon, and to devote the
proceeds thereof for the purpose of
purchasing n site for and erecting
Municipal Buildings,
WHEREAS a petition has been preen ted to the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of tbe City of Cran-
brooki signed by the owners of at
"ast one-tenth (1 10th) of the value
ol tbe real property iu the said City, I
as shown by the last Revised Assess-
ment 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, accord-,
ing to a map or plan of the said
City filed in the Land Registry Office at Nelson, B, C, as number 609 ,
and in the Joint Govornment and
Municipal Buildings erected thereon
to the Province of British Columbia
for the price or sum of Seven Thou- ;
sand Five Hundred dollars (d7.500.OO) I
and to use and devote the proceeds
thereof [or tho purpose of purchasing
a site for and erecting and
■Municipal Buildings for    thi
Cranbrook.
AND WHBRBAS  In the
the Council  separate  premises are re
qulsite, belonging to and under the
, control ot the City, and that there
i fore the City's interest in said Block
\ lv and snid  Joint  Qovernment    and
Municipal Buildings     is not  required
for corporate purposes
ANB WHBRBAS roi   such purposes
it   is  necessary   to   amend   li\  Law No
Sl, of the Corporation of the City «■!
Cranbrook, being tho City ol Cran
brook Debenture Loan Bv Law No.
81."
AND WHEREAS the consent of tho
Lieutenant Coventor iu Council
has been obtained foi BUch mnend
; meut of By Law No 21 to be made,
as appears bj B report ol a com
mittee ol the Houorablb the HJiecu
tive Council, approved by Mis Honor
the Lieutenant-0overnot on ths 14th
day ol Novembei,   A    H   1908
wu WHBRBAS the approval ul
the   Lieutenant Governor In   Council
lor the sale and disposal ol Ihe city's
interest   in   sold   Block   0.   in   the City
ot Cranbrook, according to a map in
plan filed In the Laud Registry ofilca
at Nelson, u  C . as No   66*9, and tho
Joint (iovei nuient ami Municipal
Buildings erected thereon, hns been
had mid obtained, as appears by tho
said  report
AND WHERE vs ior the purposes
aforesaid, it will be necessary to de
vote the said sum ol Seven Thousand
Five   Hundred   Hollars   ($7,500 00.)
N«'W THBRBFORM the Municipal
Council ol the Corporation ol tho
City ol Cranbrook in Council oasera
bled, enacts as follows
l ll shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor ol the Corporation of the
Olty o| Cranbrook to sell, grant and
absolutely dispose ol the City's in
teivst in Block I), iii the Pity of
Cranbrook according to n map or
plan ol the said City filed in the
Land Registry Office at Nelson, B, C,
as No, t»6M. to His Majesty King
Edward Vll in the right of the province of British Columbia and ln tho
Joint Government and Municipal
Buildings erected thereon for the
price or sum of Seven Thousand Five
Hundred Dollars ($7,500.00), and for
mch purposes to sign, seal, execute
and deliver all deeds and other in-
st rumen is necessary and requisite in
the  premises.
2. The proceeds ol the said sale
shall be devoted to the purchasing of
a site for and the erection of Municipal Buildings for the Olty of Cranbrook.
3. By-Law No. 21 of the City of
Cranbrook wheresoever it is inconsistent with the provisions of this
By-Law, is hereby repealed.
4. This By-Law may be cited for
all purposes as the "Municipal
Building  By-Law."
Read the First, Second and Third
time on the 21st day of April, A. I).,
1910.
Reconsidered and finally  passed and
adopted on the   dny of	
A.  IL.  1910.
NOTIOB
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
Ol Lands for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
the     following       lands sltunte
in the District of Southeast Kootenay,    British Columbia,  in Lot 4693:
Commencing at n post, planted at
or near !» miles due Kast of tbe 40
mile post oil C 1' It sui vey line,
which is the Weat era Boundary ol
Lot 1893, and being the Southwest
corner post of Willinm thinner'.*
claim, tbence east eighty (SO) chains,
thenee north eighty (HO) chains,
blionco west eighty (80) chaius,tbence
HOUth eigbty (80) chains to the point
oi commencement, making mo acres,
more- or less
Located  this  Ith  day  ot  March   I'liu
WILLIAM   DENNER,    Locator,
Kathen W     Butts,  Agent
William  E   Butts,  Witness. 17 21
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF   ORANBROOK
TAKE NOTIOB that  you are bom
by required on or before the second
(8) day ol May, 1910, at one (1) p.
in (local tliuei to have all the garbage, ashes, and rubbish ol every de
SCtiptlon placed in the lane or on the
atroot adjacent to your premises, in
heaps or In boxes, and to have your
premises thoroughly cleaned and in
a  sanitary  condition.
WagOUS and teams will be furnished by the City, free of charge,
nt one ill o'clock (I3.K) iu the at-
tornoou ol the 2nd of May, 1910, to
remove the same. The owner or
tenant of the promises ahull assist
the teamsters to load the same in1
the wagons and in removing the'
same from tbe lane or streets.
Monday the second (2) day of May, J
1910, is declared to be a general '
cleaning day for the City.
The owner or tenant of tbe premises
not cleaned pursuant to tinn notice
by the evening of tbe 2nd day of
May. 1910, will be summoned under;
the provisions of the Health By-Law:
and ia liable to a penalty not et-
Ceodlng 1100.00. The provisions of.
thc By-Law will be strictly enforced.
The City is not bound to give any
notico whatsoever, and this notice is
merely in order t,> facilitate a general denning up of the premises with-'
iu the City and shall not act as a!
precedent.
The Chief of Police and Chief of the
Fire Department will be in charge of
the work.
BY ORDER,
J. P. FINK, Mayor.    ;
F. W. GREEN,
Chairman of the
     Health Committee.
McCreery  Bros.
You pay for three
things in a shoe—
material, labor,
profit. The Slater
. is the only shoe whose makers
regulate profits by stamoing
their valuation on the Goodyear Welted shoe sole. Their
responsibility to the wearer
ceases only when he has had
satisfaction.
Slater Shoe
For Men
$5.00
to $7.00
2a  MWU^ii^
CM BROS.
TAKE  NOTICE  tbat  the  above is
a true copy of the proposed By-Law j
upon  which the vote of the municipality will be taken at tbe Municipal
Building,  Baker    Street,  in the City I
of Cranbrook , B. C, on Friday, thei
6th   day of    May, 1910     between the
hours of Nine o'clock  (Ton     o'clock
local time)' in the morning and Seven \
o'clock  (eight o'clock  local time) tn
tlie evening.
THOH.   M.   ROBERTS,
Clerk to the    Municipal
Council.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that 1 intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after the appear-
once of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Wardner Hotel, Wardner,  B. O.
R. H. BOHART.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
Fresh    strawberries  at
today.   35 cents a box.
STEWART'S I
The Leading Fruit Store. 'f
* Choice Oranges, Lemons f
'i "SUNKIST BRAND" f
| Bananas   Figs    Dates |
% Sweet Potatoes
I Celery |
| Hot House Lettuce Z
I Rhubarb    Cranberries |
f Stewart's tine Chocolates X
f ———————— |
I HUGH STEWART $
x Armstrong Ave,
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
| Guests Comfort a Specialty  Good Stabling In Connection \
Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Oranbrook.
a H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
J&   Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
1
Htewart'i
Welcome Words to Women
Woaeea waa luffer with diaordere peculiar to their
mi should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice ai a physician of over 40 yeare' aiperience
—a .killed aad auoceaiful apacialiat In the diieeui
al woman.   Every letter ot thi. tort haa thc moat
careful  eoaaideralion and ia retarded aa sacredly
eooMeatial.   Many icnaitively raodeat women write
Mly ta Dr. Fierce what they would ahrialt from
tellinj te their local physician.   The local phyaician
■a pretty aure to aay that ha cannot do anything
without "aa examination."   Dr. Pierce holda that
theee diataateful eiamiaatioae arc generally need-
teee, and that ao woman, except in rare oases, should submit tu thew.
Dr. Pleron'e treatment will aura you right in the privacy of
yoar awa koeaa. Hie "Favorite Prescription" has cured
hundreda  of thouaaada. aome of them  the woret of oaeoe.
k ia the aaly medicine of ite kind that ia thc product of a regularly graduated
ptiyeiciaa. The only one food enough that ita makers dare to print its every
■agredieat oa ita outaide wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear exuiuina.
■aa. No ateohol and no habit-forming drugs ere found in it. Home uuscrup.
nloue medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don', take it. Don'l trifle
with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Atjoulallon, Dr. K,
V. Pierce, Preaideat, Buffalo, N. V.,—take the advice received and be well.
Ham and Bacon
  ^ . e»
Our. smoked moats are always fresh stock. We
are sure that if you try them once you will agree
with us that thoy aro the best flavored and most
wholesome smoked moats you have ever eateu.
P.Woods 6c Co.
PHONE 67 P.O. BOX-154
*****4************************************
George  R.  Leask  & Co.
BUILDERS
and
Contractors
__ X
Plans, Specifications    J)
AND   EST1MATKS
FURNISHED Oil APPLICATION
PHONK 114
Y. O. BOX 86ft
l j ALL  KINDS OF  BUILDING  MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
B. C. LIVERY FEED
SALE   STABLE
Hotli Single nnd Dohlo
Drivers, for all purls
of the district. Good
Saddle Horses. Good
Turnouts. Up-to-date
Riga.
Opposite Royal Hotel Phone oj
Dotast fc Deacon, Proprietors
J. F. Deacon, Manager
■au. a*, at, at, at, a*, a*. — AAA Ja. a*, as. aa a*, a*, a ■* a*.
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Cranbrook
Livery
We ask you to call aid try
our new Coonlcumeat of mw
and Up-to-date rife for
Winter   and   Summer.   Just
received Tupplr aid Itellahle
Horace at your disposal,
(live   them   a   trial mid be
convinced.
Phone 47
Cranlirook, HO.

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