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ORANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA       ..'",. m;k. ...  1910
NUMBER 4«
Mr, Poosieu
Criticised
Ironical Comments  of  a St.
John Liberal Newspaper on
His Collapse in the
Mayes Case
43
Iiiv.   IV-Miss   It.  .\|.
ward., ] 4n
Iiiv. V-Mis.s Henley.-| 64
Dlv, VI-.Miss Currlo. 4il
Dlv, Vll-Jliss   Hamilton | 41
DIv.VIIt-MJssPatun 40
High    Soltunl— Missl
Cl'Htlil.tll...| 18
Total—Out. uun...
Thei impression mini.' In   Sl.
J,. , Mr. Pugsley's refusul to
.... int.. tit.1 witness Lox. antl his
pn ,i  of nearly $10,000 unci
cn is io bring Mr. G. S. Mayes'
st uu end, evidently is vory
luul. t he " Globe," owned by
su old uml eminent a Liberal us
H.'iiiitiii' Ellis, condemns the
i nuns .-I ion iu sharp terms,
" Mr. Mayes," the " tllol..' "
-..iv. roiiiciilly, "is declared by
It . • Lus lo be delighted with
tin i ii thousand dollars awarded
him lu ih.' settlement, with the
s- curing of costs, and with some
other hlilc concessions made
In ti, but which do not appear
i.|u nly iii the settlement. Those
puis .us who tool! the side of the
Crown are also delighted because I n iinitio uurott,
Mr   Mayes did not gel the full   I i'i1'',",'"'   ,' "■ ■"
s   hurl?   St.-ivurt	
iiiuuunl  of his  demands.    In  al n iiortrnu.  iiuruatroyd
,-,.. where both sides are stills- !? ''"'""   *«'«"""•	
l-J     ...till...    IS'ueou	
(if i md happy there is little left ia urnim. nrown	
lot  sue ubout.    Mr. Mayes had;!1; ™'<' ''''"''"J''-. 	
Ill     !■ lot'i'tiee     Mutliie	
hi'tiii for tunny years a staunch tr, w    Wilkinson	
1,   .iii and  supporter   of   Hon \\'l f^*-™  'sieU'son	
gsley, and when the latter is ..,,,-ii   iinsian
ley's Department, us handled by
Ilm Mininti'i- himself, is a most
excellent precedent, striking in
Its originality, notable In Its simplicity nml wonderful in its results."
Public School Report
i l
■    i »8
iS        t> -     a  .
ll       His
Div. l-L. .1. Cranston
lln. II Miss Alivnnl
Dlv, Ill-Miss Dick..,
39    36.-0
01.77
:I7.3S
!IL'. st'
90,89
8.1.03
41,30 91.77
4S.17! Hlt.20
311.47! S.'i.SU
38.46 81,68
111. Ull 111.44
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ni;
liESUL'J'S OP  EXAMINATIONS  IN
DIVISION I.
senior  .'Lass,
I     Olive    IVI.ItO	
■i   Her , enter 77.',
:l   Louise Ul r        71a
I    Itone   IVIIklnsi _ 71.0
Lto.retl.i     Ai'itisitonit nntl
 li-ll
 .170
 BOH
,.08'
. r.i.t;
v,..- m-actisiiig law there was not \Z 77"  ""'ll""-son ''-■•
ll "jn    A,ht,.ti      Powers 5S.4
tn...-   polilictil    friendship,   but ai  ,-i..,-,.■..   aianvtite 523
close business relations between '„„ !''.''""'l~   Drummoad m.i
UH   l-lvn   Conloy r,io
Hi-it.   Those i-eltilions were tin- -n  Lnura  Wctinrds <»..
ally disturbed. There was a
q . ti'i'.'l. which resulted in thu
s... irance of their friendship nml
n, -li subsequent unhappiness,
« hich ciilniinated in tlio Inw suit
lu tughl against the Crown, 'rim
se'.tlemonl ..!' that the other day
i ticar.es u considerable advance
t v.-'irds Ihe wiping out of all recollections of Ilu' old sores ami
ui' renewal of better relations
l. '..v..on thn two parties.
" There is a view of the whole
matter," ilu. "Globe " goes on to
sny,    "Which   is   milch   broader,JM"'mi Blahards,    llorl'ha Brown. Irono
I ttilkihson,   Louise   Elmer,   Hnttto   llureli,
thai) Hull largely taken so far ill  i:,,, Conloy, Lauretta Armstrong, I-'run-
tho  discussion   which   has beeil el8  ,>''.'">".»»".   «™olo lluwii.s.  Harold
Sleienson,   ,lns|.er   nlnsor,   Ernest   ,loll,>s,
going on.    Hon. Ml'. Pugsley litis Kurt     Stownrt,     Uarlnun   Murgatroyd,
boon subject   to some criticism A"1'1"" I'owers, ladttt, i.'„siake, B-iuronco
1 llnthie.     Ituliert    1'ye,    Ull Ith     Aildetl-v.
because ha,  us  Minister ol  the,orviiu now.
Department  againsl   which  Mr. i (Division n.)
Mayes took action, went into the    ""' ,   u,rlt,«°a'   M"'i""   Robertson,
•' ,      ll.ltvev   Itolttlisoli,    Alice     llri.lvn.    ll.i/cl
Exchequer Court himself, sot Ills oriinti,,    m.i     Passn.oro,     Marin*
lawyers  aside,   ami   personally """"""' ""''"'    l,n""1'  v"-r'" ''■v"t''
.     llordou   t-'nivlor,   Finn    Uron,   Molturd
elTeoted a settlement ol the whole c„rsoii, Irving i.,.,,sk, jnaophino umita,
 HOI',   :l   mosl   excellonl settle   "»horl  Uuroh,  Arthur  Huron..
iiii'in, say Mr. Mayes' friends; a
must oxcellenl settlement, sny
Mr.   Mtiy.'s' enemies.     Resl
.I1IMOI1  CLASS.
1
Orvtllo    Dow	
...470
'i
Alice   Reed	
....470
H
1
Iliu/el Taylor	
....401
.',
K.lith      Ailllerlov	
....H7H
li
Oniric     tliireins	
...808
7
Illli'fi.l   Starrltt	
....till,',
II
Kenneth      Campbell	
10
Robert     I've	
,,.848
10
Curl   Mncliey ,	
...Hill
It'
(lladys     tllckonbothnm	
...880
tu
furl   lllll	
...Hnu
1 1
llilit   I'li.itcroti	
..:IM
16
JaS|H>r     Mosor	
...'I'M
I'MHFEOT     ATTENDANCE.
(Division 1.)
(Division    ill.)
Ilel,nt   Bridges,   Vera    Hmtluitt.     Oroco
lllll'llgott.        .lossle        .'orris        OlnttyS
.lol.list.   Morrll   Leask.  Joseph   Ml.lt.out
the 8ettll.|lielll SUVIld time, COllt't Norma  Mosor,   linlnstortl  forks,   linsseii
costs,  ami   possible  iiupleasanl Sl   ":  *J"r'" '''"•vl'"' l"jr" ''>"
examination  of  witnesses who (Division tv.)
might I..- compelled tu unravel    "".'i'"1'1 o«-on.   uaroia Key. ai,.«-
1 . .,„ '     Mentile,      I'.'.sl.     Sivuill,     Gordon,
thu nlleged uiysteries ol the nl- ,T„yi,„-. Mury naroiinrdt.
legod   mysterious   business   of
dredglug
'I'l..: "til..!...'" continues, in a
vein of bitter irony: " This was
surely wise on lhe purl of tin,
Minister, ami may furnish an example well worth following by
the different Departments of the
Government, which are always
more or less involved in suits
against the llrown. Let, the Min-
(Dlvlslotl V.)
Elsie Doatllu, Allan llrown. Edward
llrown. Ktll.-l Dow. Volt OaskiU, Nn Will
Hoy, Roy Joyce, Wilfrid Kennedy,
Lillian Luticuster. Allan Lueoy, Mary
Lucey, llarelay Mr.Null, llewey McNeil,
Viola Sal'Vis, Violet Simpson, Stanley
Stownrt, I'rossley Taylor, John Tumor,
Keith Wasson, Krtitik Wflklsrm, Mahlo
llrown, V.  10. Ilcnloy.
(Division VI.)
Noriiinii  Wason,   Utuiiel   Reekie.  Oerllehl
Tuylor.   I'lric.   McKliiitoll.      Edward   Darn-
liai'dt.   Ada    Mclvontia.   Iliiirl.     McDonald,
',..  jnolplthio   llenn.'tt.    Ermu  IVnr.l,     .leitnlo
ister take his own coat on, anajHapklm1i sndio Lucy,    iiogtnnid   aton-
go to secure asottlement: let him lv|||o. Vernon Ltoyd. .m,„ Tito.
.   .   ,        , ,.        i    Itoli'lue Ilealon. 1'harlle ClHvnmnn, "lohn
not trust to officials who are often Johattorton,    Alfred .tonne,   vrtima m.-
more concerned in having their n«Wi, Stanley Moffat, Mt. nine, wienie
Phillips,   Roy   lliilitchaud,   Mill.in   Sissonn
is Giuliiifl for
Quarter Million I
.<-••■••■.•'••"'•	
LOCAL   Nl
A. E. Watls Has Seven Actions
to Come Before Winter
Sitting nf Supreme
Court.
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"•     <■     .loWtfll,    ..I    .1 lltlU) .    "'.-    tn     Hi'
01    '   I    III
l.l        VI llllm
i .. f und I
A   i:. Wuttn, .1   Watt ■ inthii
Olt)     *  I'i'luj     IBllHi
'■'"■■i  Uunnl i  i u nl ■ nprtt.1       □
.i'i.:   Monrl .v   ■•  ",   i.,-,,.I    ,;.   ti:,  , nj
A. 15, Watts ol Wattibui'ff and Proo-
tm*, lumberman, owuac of tlmbi*t*limit"
and frnil lands seams likoly to occupy
a lai'jfo propoi'tion ol tlie time of thu
justl.-e.vl... williu i'l" ni  the  winter L.t.iJn'ig'lrlonds'Tn' tl'.e°eitCy  ''''"''' '
sitLhiv."' ol' i tn1 BUpreme court i<j Nelson, 	
Mr. Watts Is entering the courts with    „    v   ^.^      .   ^
bis usual enthusiasm, and mi,, and in-;,, „,;,„, ,,„.,„ .   „   ,,   lM  ;
tends to conduct __.11 liisi::i~«'-. of v hlch ' 	
there aro seven, pBraonully.     For the |   \. M   rirowu, ol Pornlo, spoilt   Turn
past threo weeks ho bus 1 u upending a»j  in .,„ ,,^
much time tn ili*^ oilloos ol  RouiBtrar i
T. M.   Liowraau, conducting eicumina-l
tlons for discovery of diiTorent witnesse
In tin.' seven mt.su*: he hopes <o have de
niileil in Deoembet't
Q-
traw
rooms
L^ort    Stoolo spent
IrtJ     ti.   Llui cltj    i liis  m....|.
-,i
-i.   Ur,
IV     1  [|
ii.-   I'l ,:  store,  tor
iivunuu, also    a
li   Hanson   avoniio,
t.i      Fornlo, roprc-
'■■   ,    u :   IVuitor    Van U Oaten,
f l-'oui  Steole,    wnt-B in   ftie    city   i ui i-
In al! In- is Buing in dilTeront aotlotii
for damages amounting to a  total ofj ——
over a ixuarter of a million dollars. The  * n   "   r^aWiaw, ..t the Finh \rorcantiio
must important of those casen is ;,
for  $lo:t,ooo,   which  he  is brii
against theO. I'. R. for timber Uwrtroy-I   ,. ■ ,.
ed in lirca near Wattsburg last summei |co(itrn ■•
which he alleges were cuiwud  l.v tlial  J    rn»n
I'ompany's employees or engines.
A-nnthor l)ii: case i.> that in .vliiirn ho
irisni-ni by tbe Prooter bum tier compu ly  ,,.:.
for $60,000 and in which he is nmkh.ij  in
u counter claim for  $]|o.nun.      : . ..
oases, large unough  fur Mn- ordinu j     '■   ''
man, bul minor matters upared with   !'
Mr.   Watts'   two   aetions,    are   tluisu ,,7 H JJJJ
against W. K. Cooke for $H0HO rorilum*
ages for loss of logs i.n  ibe wosl arm    ti ■   ■■
during ilii'ii water antl   against   I.  II
Young ofVanoouver for$5000 for allog
ed breach ol contract-.
Yesterday Mi*.  Watts examined  fur     ,,,.,
discovery Qeorgu Glendenuing ol Tn-  u :.   ,
ronto,  vice president nt tlie   Proeter i"»nn
Lumber com))any, who is repre .eittutl    "    "'
by JanifM O'Shea,'
" ■ Is ii
As the broom corn market
is exceptionally strong*
and tlie price of brooms
away beyond practical
value, we have imported
a quantity of
64
91
li   provetl   ,i chliunej
Louis,   Mo.
ling  the    t'n
I.
'- r'* B s*""* iP*   V/s i: T* *"* ~% ~ T
ilVILv   OtI<i V'*
'I v/v/JXl.i_5
which we can. sell at a
purse-pleasing*    price.
These brooms are on display in our Pure Food
Grocery Window
Price 3Sc. each
The Allen Players
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iim
Tho Allen Players, with   Miss
Vermi   Pelton   us   I..ml.it::   ', .....
were playing nt IheOiiRt'ti House    ,.,
for three nights this week.   Uu
Monday they  played   "'1 he  De- <
Nance of Doris" a play  written ''"'•
especially for Miss Verint l.'elton J] []
by  HerbDi'l  Bushford, formerly i.is
dramatic critic on the Tacomu
Ledger.   On Tuesday  the  pro-    rt.
duction wus "X.azu" nntl ..it Wed- '':"'■■
ni.s.hty I hoy played "The House ,' |"'
of it Thousaud   Candles."      In u,,..
Miss Feltot' this company has a
perfect and popular actress and    ti
the support glvon her left   noth-     ''
iug lo be desired.    Mr.   K.   K, '.m
Allen is managerof Ihiscoiiipauy ,   .
aud gives his personal  attention    .■■
to lho singing ..I  all   the pla.ys,  ''"'
and   the  offocls  aud   costumes
are beautiful  indeed.      Messrs.      ,
li. A. Reynolds and Irving Ken- ".'!..
nedy were especially good,  and i
every other member played their
respective parts in such „ manner '
as ao deserve unslintiid praise.
woll put on with tin eye to create    it.  \   i-.i-   ;■ i  .   visit to arestnn     _^ ,s v
harmony atid give pleiisuru it. Mi ■ » i»» ••«>» ms« -iii'« •■'"■■ ■ »t .'■"1 ■-•"■      rJe fi f *s ti.' ii li
audience.    Oranbrook    o.tiitens  '' : ,m! '"    "'ii6ia,;wfln
,      . ul to ■'■    .... I  ad-      ,_.....—~~.—-,-__m_™_-__.
were dellghlod with lho worn- ol .,,., . .,   . „..
this company and are sorry  thai -.
rhree for $1.
.THL
p       rs
ii H I nil I ilr
lluluullUlu
1M 1T E D.
L-   Ilyuii .
>turlii •  i'i   the     I .-.   Re
whb   rivi>n   a      lix   montl
i he  •■<>' ion   .1   Ipi     ;..   ''
■:i   lioui-n,     S e
nl     not  lo '
%tf,  i'-.-^r'o^«iBAA'Tj,'Wir-.''T-7'.*.ww-__a,vT- ■,i-nw»\.'(T.'n--flrnr'sc"t ,.v. .. ■»--<-_n.-.w?vj.'.a*i.Jr?'r
Your Husband Would Enjoy
'7 a Delicious
their stay ei.iil.l tint be more pi
longed.    As it proof of this such
succeeding night sum   ti  larger   ., ,
audience Ihaii   the   iii...-!.i   [.re
vious.   Tho Allen Players have i>«   .
promised to come buck and Ihey '"
will be assured of a hearty  wel
come and large un.l  pleased  nu
diences,    Manager Prasor is do
ing all In his power to pleas., hit
patrons nnd the engagement  of    *
this splendid company is iifuaih- ',]r
er in his cap t illk
Cptmr.il Meeting
O I-:  has  hnd  a   hard  day.
Imi   his tired hotly and
fagged    brain   will   be
cheered by the sighl and taste
or n nii nt  of  beefsteak,
done to a turn ami si rved up
«   I    some   t.i    those   fresh
o ns,     We   kRow   the  eui
which  will   suit   him exactly.
■ hall we send it ?
' P«   BURNS   6k   CO,
I'h.,lie  10
: 77,,n:-i, for Dinner
•sl  nii.I   rentl    	
.'.   Co.,   1,..,.,,   the
icooptod.      li .:.   ....-:
Imi   ..i  linker s   lint Hel,l nl
in il   ...i ru.,,1  ..i   li-ll'.
Ill I) ..-..I. ISO   III'I'IIK
P, 0.  llox .1
".  li    11     Llienee    I) eltnltts t|   sn chains
■■''' "'"l    .-.-  .1   ■ .  ■-■ ... tien nl
■ "I I   , .lesse   KroillevenUJ      I.... ,..,.,-.
i   -■         I 1" I    N    li.illj,     V, enl.
I... .'.-..   llth    :'..   ....    ul   .!.■■.......     ill].,.
'I'he     Ellison Theatre  put
liter  lltins   tilts  ivoott,   .il.i.h
,,        mt       Iron    Mill
mil    M-iihti.   . lins.  tu
Vlltulovtllo  nrllsl   iv I
inn   lies      uttrnctetl
...,..,, ,
in..
views upheld than in saving ex.
pell
to the country, or even in
>', or even in i
.    I   Mer
(nivlslon vm.)
 -,le  nptint'tl.   Xorviil   Oaslako,     .lohn
tl).. justice  ot aCUSB,   and. as in now. Murray Hondorson, Oortr.nlo  lloii-
l.his Public Works case, the re- W..". MnrRnrot   ucoy, nuss.-u    Leask,
.  ,.    ,        , Mlla  1.I..J-.I.   Margnrot   McClnron,      I'nel
suit will be satisfactory to every. McKinsiry, on t Mosor.    a..... Town-
bo.lv   and   tho connlrv will save ">ml,  Gordon  Womlmnn,  Oliulys   Slinrk-
„,, . ■   \,      r. l.-loti.  tlopo Taylor,  l'earl  Uarclay,   Eva
money.   This case in Mr. Pugs-|BarolBy,
I   There hits been ennslderahln of shilii
nl   InislneSB   ..litres   ilerii,,,    the   ptlSl    Wis.
Harvey. MeOnrler ni.,1 Mucrlonalil I,.
remnvi'tt into their onices It. Hie [nip.
lul hank hnlhlititt: IV.  I    rlurtl litis m..
...I Int.. rooms liver llu,v..rlh III'..-; sill
tliul Muni mill llyliutan hnve reittoi
Iroin tho l'..st (Ull,'.. hitll.lii,., in t
omoo 1,.1'iiierlv omtiiliitl i,y iv. ll. Mori
(on Norbury Avenue.
NOTH B
Ntri'l.'H
i       ll..i
II...  nre chiel   wn    npi>. Inl   I        rj    E.  enrner ..I  I ol
Tenders for    the    now c.ly     hall were 80 chains  south,  l
l l„     unlit?   loi  .'      lit' use    i..    i     i .,   .
.■ nl   .....I   pel 'ole           Ilie    )«
...I.       situ i.i    In   lll.'Cl     I Mill   me hnl
t.v,    11. I l .'      ul       .....     i,,       ,
" ;  !","        "rl'lll     „d  marked' . R-  A.   frol,!.
 '   west   ..[       S I''.
. I . ■     tin!  m..I...I   It.
V     I      .'       .„..,...
1       SI.   i liattti   west,
1    th. Indus
     ..i
Located this nh day ot ... Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSM11 II
and
WOODWORKEK
Rulibor Tires Applied
To Hure.v Wheels
tOENTS   FOR   CANADIAN OYOUB
AND MOTUll CO'8 BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phons  50       •   •   •       p   0.   Boi   113
yflSfJo?
&;|ifj The underwear
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Is .. I ir.:.- and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, .vitli a
cuisine ..I superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners  all  go  t...
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H    liv    DKEW.   Proprietor,
The   Wentworth  I
J. H. iVicDO.^ALI) Proprietor    t '
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it alogle .:„_.  •     .
Fernie lasl
flaed |2	
lad  of Hlxtuwn       il-'  in,
llconso.       Al    S't'lBOU,
of the  Kootune;   *:  ■      .. . - ■     't
and  costs   bj   Magi ■" r-    :
mn  liquor  ',. ,i    imu.ir on   I
October,     I'he  ■■
his  twentieth your       I'h
01180   in   which   COIlVlCtiol     i, . i   bODD   B6CU1
lit   in   N,■!-.,.it      nn,l.-l   thf    new
act  for  Illegal     lalo  ol   I tl   .i   mte    I
ralnore,      Hotel keeper* a        I      ■ ■ th  I
a minor in deHned :••  thi    rl   tutei as
purs.in under    -1   yearn ,.( age.
It is worthy ..( ii..1- that tho hotel-
kco|iora of Cranbrook are living up iu
tho lottor nf the law, mid no Blnglecas-
i>f iitiy doaerlptlou Ims boon charged,
for nny  Infraction ol  tha now   law.
MIL   IM'dSI.KVS   IUCKDOWN.
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| |.  VV.  RUTLEDGE, |
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5 Graduate of Ontario Veterinary *
J college, Toronto in 1B98.   Grad- ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
2 ate   and    medalist,   o! McKilltp *"        -**     —       -  *	
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member of
British Columbia osaocial Ion.
The po,iiimi .'v.'iii ,,r the lust fow
<layn hns boon tho collnpoo .if Mr, f'uge-
loy's defonco ngolnel tho woll-kuown
contractor Oorahon S. Mayofl, ol St.
John, It will I.' recollected fchat in
L0O8 Mayos accused Mr, L'ugSloy ol in-
efoting  upon     lus  paying  a   rake ofl    of
nearly   |20,00    OoorgO   McAvlty,   Mr.
I'ugfllay'H henchman in si. Jnlm. Mr,
Pugsley retorted by holding up p&y-
raoittu on Mnyco' contracts. Mayoa
»umi, and when tho coja came up for
triiii in thu oxchoquor court -Mr. tJugs-
loy after uiaklng a brave show backed
down.
At tho opening ol tho cum- Mayon
rlniin.il Blindry sums which Included ono
ainouut ol $5,OUO, balance on four con-
tractsf Tho dolonce don led nny liability at nil. apeciUcally denied thia liability of 95,090; and claimed that Mayea
wns actually Indebted  to tho  Crown.
At the opening of tho caso the defonco
|.?giin to weaken on tins sum of $5.0110
and otTer.fl lo concede it it Mayes would
not press for   anything further.
Mny.'s refused tins nml his council
pn-piir-nl to put Mr. Pugsley, Mr. McAvlty and others In  tho  box,
Then tho Crown, I.e., Mr, Pugsley,
surrendered.      1'   agreed  to  pay —
I.   Thin amount of 15,090
*J.   A    further      amuunl   wl tel
bnnu   tbo total  verdict   to about   < i 750
8.   Tho cunts.
All  this sooner then have thc
gardmij   the   doullnga   amongst    Mr   Pugs-
,ey,   -Ir    Mayos  and   Mr    McA, t)   oxpt ■
i-i  m opon court.
11   Oreal      Dril Un   la      ■   •■     nttocke-J
though   God   forbid.'    was   ■   ■     ■
.,i  ,i nentenco    in   >■■    Wilfrid
Montrea   -i■■•■        \   ...   ■. ■
j ived   • ' ■I
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go   to   bed       It
oomuostti i     uldod
NOTICE
TBNDEB ■■   »
rtsmign-i   up nnd
day ol Sovembot ■'■
tlmhar treat - ai M
Most   .-i'- id I >'
tm' Ungtl
form  ol   tendei   nn   u>u
..fflr»ts
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Olvtslon    Bngmsera Calgary   and
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OFFICE   AT    MCKINSTRY S    LIVEHY   GiRls- .
CRANBROOK, B. i'.
lPound!
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imnng
Sita^i con
'<tsy <?i.X 72 X > Iii
Is now open. We
are prepared for same,
with a fine line of
_Ev.IxX._QS,
GUNS
and
AMMUNITION
F. E. Orrison x
Bund Master Oily Bund.
Twacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
tralnor.
|   Phone
2s,(. CRANBROOK, li. C.. ♦
Geo.  D.  Ingram   \ %
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I. .f._'iinist & Choirmaster Knox Church ♦
tkai'Iii::: OF J
PIANOFORTE   ORGAN. THEORY. AND VOICE ' Q,
CULTURE. A,
I'.i).ils Prepai't'il lur Msiiiiitii,i-i,„.s     ! *
Kail term now eoinmon
AUUHKHMs—Ol'l'OSl'I'E   M'il.it.l,    ,
Ci-anbi-o'ok
On Baker stieet, ..tie doorHwest
..! Messrs, 11 ill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
lil.i wnrih living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Cranbrook, B. C.
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Rt '   ' ':      '_     ".
re Needed
!. »i  oft    i.    ..'nt   since our systems hnve be«
ci       ■.,   i,.-n- i.   inpnti'cil  and  broken down through
i ii have <\onc im from the early hjU'-s
  '...uins, remedies arc needed  to
eti- '. 'ii;: our inlierited und otherwise
at |uii To  reach  the  sent of Btomttoh
w* i  nnd .equcnl  digestive troubles, there is
"ierce's Ctolden Medical Oiscov-
ery, id, evtrticted trom native medlo-
in:J root        i      ■ over fortj yenrs with treat Batisfaetlon to bIJ tiHcm.   For
l.ilinusi ass, Uver Complaint,. Pain »»tho Stomach nfter eatingi
I ai      irn  I id      rath  Helchin|{ of food, Chronic Diarrhea end other IntesUnal
Derangements, tlio "Discovery" is n time-proven and most efficient remedy.
»    '7i,'V\-7   of every nionlh.
!       X "'     % Visiting brethr
|    '   \/'   V      ivelcoinurl.
' W. F. ATTRIDOB, W, H.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secrtitnry
ZZZZI bthe QUAi£[I_t_S§
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lhe   I Iti isl    I
Cold Standard
Teas and Coffee
H.SC:ENrC»»r«;:FOHESTE«:: * Our whole time i8 devoted to yont  wants  in   thei
»   urot       line tlierclore we absolutely  guarantee ever)- ♦
00UUT CHANHIIOOK, 8!I4:|
Moetfl in Carmen's H.tll 2nd nnd Ith
Thursday of raclt month at 8 p.m.
sharp,
A.  McOownn, Chtnr   Rangoi-
0, A. Al.bott, Secretary.
visitint: Brethren mado welcome.
article that leaves our slon-.
We ..ill thank our customers I., advise us if at any
time goods are received that are nol No. i quality.
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♦ OrailbrOOK ♦ ♦        Staple and Fancy Grocers       ♦
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T        We ash you to call nnd try
■v    our new Oonslffntnent of
x    and     lip to dato   riga
try    a
new     X
for   f
^-, x nt»l     DP to data   vise    for T Z 1 .'    -f _• *        i •      •      a                 «    t*\     •      _• •
^^vT^^uA^O J w ■ - * - •"- | lli ll "" laint and fainting
X, *        s    *                             .     % a received Topplr an.l  Reliable T 2
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Thn  ;> has   nn   tts
outsiJi   wfn>>!>er the
>.'/„,-. i : PL
Yon eon't afford (o accept a secret nostrum e» a suhitltuto for this non-aloc ♦ !,'"""'''„, ",'   y"",'r,, f'^T'!1     ♦     t           H'C ,':U'..  i'tcre Wifh the GotldS
holic, medicine oh ttNo».N cowon n, not even though the urgent dealer may ? '             '   "   "      "'"'' '"'    ♦     J
il..'   i    make t  iuli bijrfer prolit. J    ''"n1'10''1"1' T     J. .. .,,.     .,   r..j	
Dr. I'iet .■ . Pleat.,,!!.  Pellets  regulate unit  invigorate stomach, liver and a Pltoito -IT         Ornnltronk, 11,0.       * '   *                                                                              '" "   "*
bowels.   Sugar.coa.cd, tiny graaules, easy to take as cmnly. * *      V
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■i      stilltl.    .•(  th'      ■i.iltlini.         ORANBROOK   LAN'D DISTRICT
.1 5-150, >;i..ti|. I Koote- P!?trA<Lt_.cL'_EB.st '' I',;""'
WATER   A1 'i     	
TAKE NOTICB thnt. I. A " Oei
tnida Morns ol Cranbrc it married
woman, -nt apply to the Wat«i
Commlaaionrr at Cranbrook m. t.'n •
IHh rtay nl October, 1910, «
tleren o'rlork in His f..rrnn"n (or t,
llrnnm t/i divert i.vi, cubic leet ol
wa**r ptvr sernn^ from inr.i.' t I it.
He Creak, tt .    pnlnt. «•.,.,.. s_onl
|If It's  Wall   Paper   and
-I."-^ ^* «^Ii-_ i -^^"if^^^iSaiS || b. c. livery feed 111 paper Hanging
■f* |&    SALE    STABLE!   I * "
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s»      s>
.Illil.  i.n I
bla,  nrrnpnl i..n
:. ,.,„i    . ... i„t   to ■|i'i''y ft»' I"
ISO ih.- property "I W.  ID.  Warden.     I""   :   ! " ' "    ''
The satd water wlll be iiw-l tortile
rr,K« , ..[ I.nl r.l-vi aaid group.
s... ' rnwn Land,   ,. .11 bo affected hy
,1  Warj.
«,r,,l
•ill he affected by
His saiii    W, 15,
ni..nt.
to purchti
land      t'mn i*
in. ncitij- at. n     p..st  plnnt.'.l  I .•l.uliit !*
eusl ol tho south rn.-.i cornor ol  Lol X
10125, thenco    ... I  1-1 chnina to  tho *
South  Wost   cornor   ol   U.I     10125, ♦
iliiii.'n [..milt in chains, thenre east  11 %
chains,  to  thc  North  Wei I  r, ri or ol <r
Until SIllRie nml ll.iltl,.
Drivors, for nil |itirls
..I' Hit' district, (lotiil
ShiUIIo florsos, iltii.tl
Turnouts.     Up-I.o dnto
Wc cj-sin'ir be beat
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W 1        *$    rlAYfrTitaW.'Jr't'.MIi.'i'M'jrini^'-IJtVtW
9 ;    .j*
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Charles     I''.     Ando
.    purch
i,, tho pl
HORT
thonco north r,o ch.
..f   coininencomcnt,
Th.s noi.'s. waa posted on tlio  1200 ncros morn or
1*5" nl September, 1910, CUBSTHR 0, STAPLES
slU-H  '-_-«-B«9BlJ  UOiiHIS.   .Deto.l   AllfUSt   IMU,   l'JIO
?!   jt>.    I"   1.    A-J
v Opposlic Roynl Hotel Phono qj ■*     j.
>°S I Docast _iit»cacon, Proprietors| J Painter   and   Decorator *
♦       .1. t. Deacon, Mnnaqer       If *
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,*a3K_s_ifes
Provincial Elections Act,
Cranbruok Electoral District
i \m: NOTICE ilmt l havo iflcolv
fil  objection*    in  writing  ty
ll'llllirll    uf     llll!        [OHO W |Q|     ll.lll..'i.    1)11    lllll        H-,;|HI..|'    ut    VoiMJI
' Cranbrook Ule-toral    District   on tim tjruund- u.   muted
Ij tako notlco that at a Court of lievi_iun i.. \„> hold un
i. tloj of November win ut tin- Uourt llou*. in Oraubrook
I. clock in iin- lotviiown, l   Kii.iii   hear uini lietsrutlM   itt-
iJvctioilMi ami unlfHri nucli nuiui-.l jier-uuM, or IOUM other
.ml voter mi lltuir Iji'lnilf DatiflOl UU tlmt lUOb objection*
. I    rtoll      toUOdetl,     1   .hull   Ull'lk-    amli      UttU..--   nil   Lilt)  utoA
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j.  !•*.   ARMSTRONG,
rti*nmiia,i    uf   Voter*.
uni. toth Uny uf October, lblo.
lollowing   porfloUS an*  ivo.ii'tml abrtnt from tho OlitrlOt*
N.VMN.
I'LAtiU.
i   Abbott,  Charlea Arthur 	
•_   Abbott, O-ur/itf iittk.i  	
,   a un iu_.  Uu bun lirown 	
1 .i    Al U-ii,    Annual   	
■jn   Allison,  Oharlos  tlenry   	
..,,    Andrews,   AivlilLmld   .Um'Lu^uu
;,i   Auglay,    Pierre 	
;i.   Angus,  Thotnga 	
.u  Aiciwr, Frederick 	
i.ii   Arnuld.   Hurry   li-owbruigo  	
i;,,   Attwood,  James	
"u   Avlsoa,  Edward  Johnson 	
Ua   Murrtiud,   Kei'UilianU  	
u.i   Maxtor, Andrew 	
till Ueauiuond,    Uorllle 	
i__   Ucohtol,  Oharles  J^ltuy  	
i..:   lh)lungor,  James 	
i_,.   HolmiBor,   Thuophllo 	
i;»y   Boat,    Levi	
1.,..    liii'Lth,   Willium     J..Iin   	
!.,»' Ulaine, Albert Garnet 	
i.i lions,  Moriey Thornton  	
177 Uourgon,     Pliilllpiie   	
I a Urault,   Alfred   	
I'L' Urault,     Ik'iity   	
I.... Itieiul.in,    Itogfliald   llebur   	
iloil Bridget.,  AUee    U	
205 Urlgnnt,  Jean  Mario  	
lint) Urogati,   Walter  John  	
L'lii Urousaeau,    Uh'unima  	
i_;i;* Urownloe,    Jauies 	
_.;i.'.    Ill-yens,     Knuluriuk   	
_is   Jtuiits,  Junius Taylor 	
_.,ll   Hums,     -1, ilii)   	
U'jH   Burns,   ItobBrt   	
■j.ii   Uurton,   Wllllaiu   Henry   	
uy*_   Campbell, James  it	
U9fl   Oampbell    Kenneth  *.....
w.t  Canlloltl,  Duncan  	
:ti;t  Carrutliers,    Peter 	
',;(.'!   Ohaiupagiio,  David  	
.*(•( I   Chapman.   Percy 	
•Uii  Charpoutier,    Napoleon  	
347   Ohettler,  Louis 	
9+a   Ohevalllur,   Lticlen   	
;ti;.i   Clayton,  Britten  	
;im:i  Colebrooko,  Kent	
;ts7  Colpman,    Willinm 	
889  Oongdon,   fc3dward  	
Jiii7   Cook,     Am   	
400   Corp, David  	
418  Couture,   Jr.lm 	
41'.)   Couture,  Joseph   	
4*J0   Coiell.   Edward   	
4*_7   Craii;,  William  Eldrklge 	
450   Cumin,   Neil    McLeod   	
4H0   Duvios,  Prank    Thouma 	
•W2   Decotirey, Patrick 	
47J   Doener,   John   	
4HH   Dezall,    ArohllMild   	
403  Dickson, John  Edmund  	
608   Dookln.  Robert  Edward 	
51(1   PoUfrlas,   Churles    Abcrnethy  	
519   Doug-Ins,  Julius    Herbert  	
__".»   Douirlas,    Robert   	
PuL'lu'Hims,   Josoph   	
Pulmagu,   Archibald   Y	
54ii   Dim I on,     William   	
54M   Dwyer,   Roburt    Hllmer  	
0411   ffistorbrooko, James M	
558   Eagan,   Thomas  	
594   Ferris,   Ernest  Haines  	
505   Field,  Fwlorlck   V'yritoii  	
59(1   Field,    Samuel   	
oiiH  Galloway,   Archio  Whltmore  	
077   Garrett,   Horlwrt   O-asgoIgne  	
H8tt  Oaudy,    Adolphe 	
(181   O-authler, Josoph  	
(inn  Oenest,    l'runk 	
7()t   G fills,  Danlol  	
70H  Cllllls,  Malcolm 	
tiniy,   Hobert   	
Ctrlgnon,  Dorllas 	
750   Orubbo,  William   Ron!  	
700  Ouerln,    Villa	
7«7   Hall,   Albert  Arthur   '.'.
W7   Harris, Ghnrlos 	
7HM   Harris,  Sydney N	
700   Harris,  William Malcolm  	
7»4   Hun,    Prank   	
8I<)   Hnyuns,  Wilfrid   Gladstone 	
n*J5   ITondArsun,  .1 hum's    Hrown  	
n*17   Hitftfin.".   Hnrtlioloniow   W.   Syd	
HfiS  Hooper,    Thomas 	
Johnson. Frnticto William 	
Joyce,  Snmuol  	
Roast,    Onorgo 	
Kelly,    Michael 	
yn*i   Kolsnll,   Frederick   William 	
BOB   Ki'inifdy,   Alexander 	
'.i7,'.   IConnedy.  John   Kgan  	
087   Kiiiiiiu.  Alfred    Oampsall 	
001   King,  Malcolm Itrinxs 	
tOOfl   Label ln   Joseph    Cyrua 	
lOOH  Laooy,  Gilbert  	
1004  Lacey, Thomas 	
Lacombe. Joseph 	
La'ont, Phillip 	
1008   Lafontaino, Wild-id 	
1010   Laing, Walter Byron  ,.
10li!   I.ajoii*.    Medley 	
1018   Lalondo, Pierre 	
mat   Lnnifln,   ISIwhewr  Lark in   	
1028 Largo, Henry Percy 	
io;jrt   Lnrrlgan, James IMward 	
1029 Latham,   William   	
1035  Lead better,   tienrpti  	
1045  Lobnstaro,   Jean   Louis 	
1040   Lobostare, Jean    Mario 	
r, ha
535
740
757
010
out
951
900
1005
1007
10,14    I.nmoiu-)i<i
•tenn    Mario   ...
1082 Lloyd,
1085  London,   ISriwarri  	
1112  Mnnlon, Dlehnrd James 	
11.10 Matthews,   Willium  Thomas   .,
1143  Mnyne,  Sidney James	
1145   Msyne,    Thomas  	
1180   Mear, Chnrles Edward 	
1174 Miller,  Malcolm   McDonald ..
1170   Miller,    Wnltcr 	
1182  Mlnotix, John Mnrle P	
1185 Mlcheltree,   Warren  Haitlnga
*    Craabruok
  Oraubrook
    Wardmtr
  Marysvlll*
   Oraabrook
 •  Crmbrook
    Oruubruok
  Oraabrook
    Crunbrouk
 •  Mayook
    Moyle
    Urauiirouk
  Oraubrook
  Yon  Steel*
  Cranbruuk
    Crauhrook
    Oranbrook
  Oranbrook
 •    Craubrouk
  North   Star
 •    Oranbrook
   Marysville
    Cranbruuk
    Oranbrook
  Oranbrook
   Oranbrook
    Cranbrook
     Cranbrook
    Cranbruuk
    Cruiioruuk
  Oranbrook
   Craubrouk
    Crunbrouk
    Ciuiilii'.nj|_
    Cranbrook
    Oruubruok
    Kingsgate
   Warduer
   Cranbrook
  Craubrouk
    Cranbruuk
   Oranbrook
    Cranbrook
  Wardner
   Cranbrook
   Cranbrook
  Marysville
   Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Wardner
   Wattsburg
   Ryan
    Oranbrook
   Kingsgate
  Cranbrook
    North    Star
   Oranbrook
  Cranbruuk
   Craubrook
   Cranbrook
   Cranbrook
  Crunbrook
  Marysville
    Marysville
   Marysville
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Marysville
    Cranbrook
   North     Star
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
   Cranbrook
    Marysville
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Oraubrook
   Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Crunbrook
    Wardnar
   Cranbrook
    Craubrouk
    Wardner
    Marysville
■•■•    Cranbrook
   Crainhrouk
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
    Cranbrook
 Cranbrook
    Craubrook
    North    Star
 .'.  Cranbrook
    Crunbrook
  Cranbruuk
  Port Steele
   Wuttaburg
   Cranbrook
   Crunbrook
   Cranbrook
  Oranbrook
  Moyie
    Cranbrook
••    Cranhrook
  Cranhrook
. Kurt  Steele Junction
 •   Cranbrook
  Cranhrook
  Cranbrook
   Cranbrook
•■•..   Crunbrook
  Moyle
    Cranhrook
    Fort   SUwIe
    Cranbrook
  Wattaburg
  Wattsburg
   Crnnbrook
■—•   Cranbrook
    Marysville
   Marysville
    Crnnbrook
    Wasa
    Wasa
  Pranbrook
    Cranbrook
• ••   Cranbrook
   Cranbrook
  Oraabrook
llr>8   MuUHt, Mate   Oranbrook
1109   MutuiiuVi,   Mis     Peter       OruJiorook
llya   Moore,   Herbert     .Vlillau     oraubrook
jyiC   Morris,  Patrick    Marj sviwu
Ui'JH   Mullell,    tl-i i.       _j-arj-.vi.l-
Lltttlf   -luriu.. John    M-iiin  oraubrook
i_!*u   Murray,  William   L'bomai    Orauurook
lu.y  Mo Art but, Norman    Juuum   Oruubruok
IWtlU   McOowua,  Andrew  Oraubrook
11171   McOredle,    Shaw    Marj  >.Hu
ItilH   MoDatruiid,  Maleului     Mfrysv.lhj
iL'dM   McDonald, Donald    Alex.  Oraubrook
1301   McDonald, John Au«us  ,  Om&brook
13J3   Macdonald,  Wui.  Whits    Oranbrook
131-1   McDoUnel,    Jumes   Porl   t_iuele
J.8D0   Uoklachsrn, John Archibald ...t   Marysville
13-!.   Mciilaohsrii,    John Churl-d ....'.".   t raflbroo
13»2   McGUIlvroy,    ilouald Dan   Marys.iltu
I3ii   McOIums,  Kuri     Marys* ... i
1352   Molnlosh.  Dauiol    Murysvillu
1308   MuKcu/i..-, John  Castlar ,..„,   Oraubrook
1373 MaKoti-le,   Wiiiium       orunbroak
1374 Uo_ClUop, Douuld Alex  Oraubt •
13H7  McLean, Samuel   r..n    Steele
1421   MaNaJl, James Alexander   Craubrook
14-iu  MoVlttle,   Uarr,    HuuiUton   Oranbrook
L45-   Noller, David   Craubrouk
1409   Norton.    Oharlos   Marysville
1467   Oliver, Noble    Wellington   Oraubrook
147t  Ondorklrk, William Usury   Oraubrook
1172   Orndronneau,  tUtullo    Jusouh  Oranbrook
1475   Ovesoli, Odin    Oranbi'ook .
i 170   Overson,    Odon    Hyan
1483  O'Nell, Oharles Allan  loyie
1480   O'ilejpan, Titomas Aloxaoder   Oranbrook
1507 Patmore,    Richard  William    Cranbrook
1514   Patton, John   Phillip   Craubrook
1518  Peachey, Arthur   Moyie
1500   Pugh,    LlL'ujaiuin   Cranbrook
1508 Uutilustrum,   Chui'les      Marysville
1025   Hobmsuii, George    Fred    Moyie
1027   Robinson,   Jumes   Wendover       Craubrook
102H   Bobsou,    Robert     Cranbrook
1029  Kocholeau,    Onoslme   Craubrook
1041  KoHundahJ, Peter   Kimborley
107U   Salmon, tfifgli    Cumoron   0  Craubrook
1082   Sohmok,  Willium  ...,„   Cranbrook
1090   Shannon,  Oeorge  ...'.'.'.    Port   Steele
1099   Shearun,  Michael  Juhn       Oranbrook
1702   Sheppard,    George  Cranbrook
1704   Sherwood, CIllTurd Harris   Cranbrook
1711   Simpson, Predorlck E   Cran irook
1730   Slater,    Albert    Oranbrook
1755   Snafth,   John    •.    MarysvHls
1700   Sowerby,    Leroy     Cranlirook
1773   Spraggs,  John   Oranbrook
1781   StapleB,  .luiut'M Randolph   Craubrook
1785   Staploton,  Edwin Waller   Marysville
1787   Steelo,    James  Archibald     Cranbrook
1794  Stevenson, Oeorge    Oranbrook
1887   Swain,  Frederick  William     Cranlirook
18(15   Thomas,   John   Morris       Crunbrook
1878   Tibbetts,  George  Uonry     Marysville
188H   Toolo,  Edward  Thomas     Crunbrook
1807   Truoax,  John   Vunly    Cranbrook
19U0   Turley,    Thomas     Cranbrook
1033   Welch,    Walter    Cranbrook
1044   Washburn, Bayard    Hoadley  Moylo
1002   Webster,  Richard Albert     Klmborloy
1079   White,  Francis Gilmou'r     Cranbrook
2003 Willson,  Gordon   Doug-las      Cranbrook
2004 Willson,   Irving Howard  C    Cranbrook
2012   Wilson, George Arthur  *..    Maryaville
2025   Wlshart,   James    Alfred       Crnnbrook
2020   Wlshart,   Robert    Oraubrook
2020   Woodland,   Bertram       Crnnbrook
The Following Fors
■ro Reported Deceased
319   Cartor, Goorge bldward ...
870  Hudgeon, Thomas l*	
1192   Mouruu,  George    Syuolar
Cranhrook
   Moyio
Cranbrook
The following persons
re  rejlprted   an  not  quulibed   wboi
j'l.ici*.! on  Um list,   .
7111   titt-huml,   Plorre   	
HOB   Uuauchamp,   Thomas   	
12JU   Ut;-kutt,   Oeorge Albert 	
244      Burch,   laaau   Lewis	
30UB   Cunning,   Hurvey	
88UB   OhfitbOt,   (JhurlL'S    ;	
3*41)   Oharette, Alexander ..',	
404li  Davis, Harley J	
473B  iteluney,  Patrick  	
481B   Dery,    John  	
4a3.\   Desjurdins,    Cyprien  ■•
4M3ii   Desjurdins,    Matbfas 	
484U   Desroslcrs,  Alme   	
50Uli   Dickson,   David   	
602B   Doarks,   Hurry   Albert   	
534H Duckering,   Willium  Robert  ...
580B   DUncail,     Avery   J	
G40U   Dupuls,  Fred	
080B   Possard,     Plorre  	
001B   Fylo,  Jumes  	
S84B  Gemireau,  Maximo  	
709H  Ginet,   Pierre 	
710B   Oiroux,   Joan   	
787B   Grassing,  August  	
758H   Grlorson,  Juhn Alex	
872B    Howe,      John   	
883H Muotte, Joeept ....
951 Keast,    OenrH«  	
9H5I1 Kemp,   Hurry   K.   J	
077B Keog-h,  Caltaar 	
1004 It Laohance,    George	
10040 Laehutiee,    Olivier	
lOOUH I.ullum,   Fr.il	
10D8I1   Lafreulere,   Davkl   	
lOiall   Lollborto,  Louis 	
loiuii   Langovfn, Georgo 	
1028B   Laiteutlresso, Arseno 	
1031U  Lavalleo,  Jnmoi
1053HLemuy,  Oscar 	
looon  Leve&que,    Orllln
1085R   Long, Francis Or,
1170B   Mills, Josoph  lOdwuid
1805A   Moretou,  Oharlos  Hubert
120511   Moietoii.   Loslio   	
1314H   McDonnell, Alex.  K	
1444H   Nodolec,    Frank	
1528B  Perron*-,  Hlldovort  	
1540B   pllon,    Raoul 	
1555A   Potvin.    Olovls 	
15550   Poullotte, Arthur
15(1311   Prootor,    Oharles
15080   Proutx,    Antolne 	
150811   Quesnoi,    Dolphls  	
157711   Ray,    Willium   	
1507H  Richards,  Alexander
15B8B   Rirhnnls.   Joaopli   I'u
1044H   Roiissoau,  Joseph   Chi
1649B   Rowland,  Prsticls  Go
100811   siiran,   Michael 	
1690O   Shoohan,    Mike 	
1738B   Slovn,  Jack   	
173511   Smith,   DnVhl   	
tonoi)    Turtibiill,     .hiiiu   .hint
1002M   Vachoti,    Olnlro 	
1909A   Voroy,    derm 	
1900R   Verresult,    Fran
toitit   Vincent,    Un ...
....   Oraubruoi.
■   Wyciiiia
.... Oranbrook
....   Oranbrook
  Crunuruuk
.... Cranbrook
... Cranbrook
.... Crunbrook
.... Crunbiooit
.... Oranbrook
... Crunbrook
... Crunbrook
... Oranbrook
... Crunbrook
... Crunbrouk
... Oranbrook
... Crunbrook
... Cranbrook
...   Crunbrook
Oru
Cru
ubro
ok
Loon ii
.ill..
Joseph
.... Oranbrook
.... Cranbrook
.... Craubrouk
.... Oranbrook
,,.. Crunbrook
... Cranbrook
... Oranbrook
... Cranbrook
... Oranbrook
... Oranbrook
... Oranbrook
.... Craubrook
...  Oranbr	
... Oranbrook
... Crmibroi.k
... Crunbrook
...   Cranbrook
   Moylo
.. Oranbrook
.. Cranbrook
.. Oranbrook
,. Oranbrook
.. Oranbrook
.. Oranbrook
.. Crnnbrook
.. Crnnbrook
..' Crunbrook
., Oranbrook
.. Cranbrook
.   Crnnbrook
tils
The following persons nre reported as nol iquallded to
184   Bradley, Thomas  ,.,
ti la made to the Insertion of the I
....  ol \ oters .-I. tbe ground thut they ar. q
No  uf NAME
Al-iilicuNt.il
Aiilumc,       Ju . |
t'.vr,   Matfilui
' i heotild
Houls,  AuBvbue
.'i,t.io,  .   Richurd
Lafomi,   Pl iilp ■
.'. ■ i    i   inirj
-
■ j
:. ...
UU Hi
HiH H
i:..,o
'•'   riu,   i ,   nh   	
Hoi - in. ck,   Richard
I iMerSOU,   Willinm
Prodhouune,    Raoul
%uin, lionrl 	
1 .  ob
i. re-i brook
Craubrouk
I  r ai!,. o ,k
. '.   .:    •    ■.
i runbi io k
I
1 ;   nbrook
!■
■ ■■ i
. *-.,.-. - ■._/_j__^_^A-_-».tiawwjr*,r^^
f ^   Each grate bar lias
fB 1   Hires sides«!c^ wear
7-A7~J\ "~  ' ~ *******
."'i'/-"—**,          _H_^_^_H__i^_-a
P M'»  ,N    •»*       \\ li.'ii only mi.- side t.f ;i grate bar is
I E    f'77i\'j continually next to the fire all the wear is
v- -''K'»«vy concentrated on that one side,   'lhe life of
I i     --JH tin. grate bar i.s thus naturally just one-
/ third as long as when the wear is distributed on three sides.
>%4
That explains why Sunshine grates have three lives. Each
of the four grate bars has three sides.   Each time the ashes
...... .„„v.s.   r.„t;ii lime Un- a .lie
are "rocked down" (no shaking ivith Sunshine) the si.I
next lu the lire can be changed. Thus the life of the grate
is greatly prolonged.
When desired, the heavy
bull dog teeth un the grates
will seize hold of clinkers,
grind them u|>, and drop the
particles into the ash-pan.
Buy the Sunshine—the
durable, convenient, economical furnace, guaranteed by
largest furnace makers in
British Empire. r,a
wiir^pif
_:.-.' ,'.   ft£n '_.-.._,» bBE. «u
QHipA)
immMTT^Furtmi'.
FOR SALE  BY PATMOPE BROS.
OAANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT lil« miino
  Li.-llliU-H   u
District   ul   Bart Kouteu:iy siuii-ini'iit
  ul    llio     Ci
WUir   i'i
Take uoiico that Auatiu W. Bafford vdminietn
oi (Jruubrooh, ui;cuijuliuu Titiner,   iu- tribut	
■ nd;, tu apply ior iierniiaaiuu tu pui* vl1" I"'1
uIiu^.l; tlie iu.,u*t\iiit described iunds; - ""
Commencing ul   a   post    planted -H r>ctoijer   i
leet   nortliearst    ui the main Ifllls oi
Brewery creek, tlience nurtu m chains,
tlieuce west -U chains,     tlience t>uiiUi
JT   V.   UU1STRONO.
'! Mi.' nature
I b. Imu.
mod dau> the
with Lho .li-i-
in« regard to
, _ ..uni Irnvu
Milt    dny   of
4'2-U
.... < ....,     thence east 40 chains   iu  ,s  M";   «ATtm   ot   section asu
OP  itu_    \iim;k.\i.   act.
•-.he point ot commencement contain      ,N   INJ. MA.rrBH ()I,  nj|. ,.0WJ3N
iug zbt) acres, mure ur less. *^^^H
Aiiatm W, Bafford.
Dated August «.&, 1910. 3G-44
WATER   ACT,   i'JUJ.
! nl Ml     [ICO     I RAtJ I'HiNAl."   MINERAL    C1.A1AI     :-l M   \ it:    OH       Sl I.-
Lit \*s      HILL    LN      THK      POJIT
SI I l.l.L     UINJ.Vfi     I'M ISIUN      ul-'
EAST    KOO'I K.N.V*) .
i.n ii,    \\.    Clondonntog    o
'I i  u
m   throuffh
I   have oxpeudod
ural oi   November A.
I'AKE   NOTICE   Lb.a
"nil applj under
'•'1 Act tu bavtf
clnim   vt-^t.nt  in
TAKE NOTICE that I,  George ... inj  fJ(irt.   ol
Martin    of    Oranbiuoa,     uccuputiou Mt'-n. ur eithi
gardener,    will apply lu the    Water I'ake  sir
Commissioner at   Cruuurouti   ou tue '"  lvu'"'( ,11"1
iJ5th     duy     ui   October,     i-Jiu,    nt l"'" "' "f   '
. i.i Hon    «iLL       v
leven u cluck m   tn- a-reuuuu iur a   ...       aul
lictUhu tu     divert one y,uarter     ui u   n;,,,,
cubic iuut ui  water per second from       i ton
Hospital   creek, ut a    puint situate     AW  YVlil
about ti-U rest     wu.iL uf   the western  ni"""- ■'■ "'   *
lino oi Lot 22 Oroup i Kooteuay.
'I'he said water will bo diverted and jlh|i, \ u,
conducted by a dam, ilu me and pipes spi-tion ar.ii .
tu be constructed uu and along the y"l>'' interom
King  bU'-CL  governiu-UL  road. )'"'"' ''»-"tt»"'' :9amam*************\
The Bflid water will be u*ed fui'the  °^ *'  v'*"c"«vw. "■ u- Ootoiier 10th
irrigation ut ^ub division 137 of said j    .    hahvey
^°t ^y. Co-Owner.
No Crown i-imdei will i»t! affected by ' « ——
the worns , except   thu     said     King ■ Liyi.'Oit   u i.   1810."
reet road. iSection 35.)
No riparian  proprletoi-8 or holders.    Votiro  ih hereby ffivon    that     on the
ui  Water Licenses will be affected by  li'"   ''■'■v  ,"   "'"" "  "
J   will   ijo  mnrlo  to   Lh«  H rlutondeut    of
ih0 works- 1'n.vhiclal  Police    lor     tho grant ol    *
This notice was ported i.n lite     ,,,,::... t„ , . -.  .,,   retail In    aud
day ui  September,  1910. upon   tim  iiremisen  known      ea  the  Klug
GEORGE  A.  MARTIN. ''-H-'! ' HoW      lUftl°   '*    u"""""' ",
LIQUOR ACT,   I'.'l... t*"   '''  l:""'''     .   ,
, "  j„ .Miilii.«  li Grace.
','7   '7.7 'ti     ti..-     Datcfl tbla 82nd .l.ty ..I Sept. 1910,
'7'"Z'77' n '.'■■ CRANnROOK l.AM)  ul.-"n:i,:T
,,   „.'!; ,, District  ol    -last Kootenay
....   ns      ..■■■   I'ol-l t     .
. ..   .1..
.1   bo
II.,l.-l  siluat.-      ul   I't'l^L^^^^
II.   tllfl   ft'..,    Iltitlsjj   ... ..,..!., .
1   111 mil.
1.......1 un..i  lath,  linn .ia-M
"I'll'l II.   IIIMINI   I'llA-l
M.'l It'll   V   I..,..,,      ,.,.„   |
711. dny ..I   .,.• ■',   mo,   I
I   hy   P      !■:   I.i1..,,,    M tin
-.1   r,,rlli«ill.
aOtll   ilny   ..I   -...
TAKE NOTIOH Hint Imvul (1.
Hlittntili.it, ..i Hpr&gue, Woeb., occupation etudont, lutoiiila to upply tor
' pormjaelon to purcboao the lollowing
described Jiutlti Commencing .it a
liost planted at tho B. VV. corner ol
Lot hi lv. th..hit west Hi I'huitiH,
t Iii-iii:.' north I'l uini ins, Uiitnt'it i.ant
•I.s chainB. tbonca south 40 obalna to
point t.i comtnenrement.
David 0. Bhanalian
Dated  .Inly, 27th, 1010 98 11
IIIANIIIIOOK I.AN'I. DIHTOICT
'i trlcl  ..I  Rnsl    Kootennv.
it,-      'I'tiiii- notlco ili.it. I, Joseph Wnlsh.
    Constable, ol [fort Steelo, Intond" to
,...y im tlui.i.iiiii it. purchase tin.
■ ■t   following   described   lands:   commenc-
.     lng nl n posl planted   al    tbo  north
lino ..i Cnrlin' t tlmbor lease running
I'n chnins north,   thai in    chiiiim
it east, tltriit'it :;n chains n.n.11., tlionco
■i. ..In chains wosl to tbo place ,»l com-
.in mencemont, containing so nr.res more
tl..' jor Icrh.
  JOSBPH WALSH.
Itorod niuit nd.it'cs«.j.i to tim imdonignnl,  Dated September Uth, 1910.       38-47 meT**miv**aaafWkiaa*va*A\s
The
Monarch
Malleable
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Plumbing   and   Heating   i__;_igii-**_eer»
"THE RANGE STORE"
IrOll   S\£ll1gG l» .\ CLASS UY THEMSELVES—FIRST-CLASS
McClary's
Patnous
Sask-Alta
and Koote-
n ay Ranges
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■   n   to  sttU   liquor   hy   retail    li
I .'.    kn   ii    ..I ■:■■     it |iei. i1  hotel,
---V   situate ;o       l-'on   Steele,   ll.   C,   in     tho
A   '    .vinco   ul   Bi tlsli    Co.uintila
It.   !■;.   WEfll-EN.
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at ' /-^ • _--*
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B,     11. SHORT, Scribe &
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.    I.1...M.............M...!.!,.^
rlbe H.5   j
Machines  do
the Best Work
l'.,'"'l   .•.'.' ith,   11)10
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Soda anil other Soft       ♦
Drinks ♦
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ifsi tiii.l pt.rt.Ml  ti-utii our  !...t- ♦
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er   Comptu
Man tob,  Harper
s           fo m t  t, tbe
I N'lTOBA HOTEL
-   '   ..--  Work  in
,     brauches  ul   itiu
* monthly payments by
♦ Geo. B. Powell
♦ Singer Store
*
a Armstrong Avenue.
T   Phr.no 157. Criinliniok, B.C.
"1.1,11..Ml   ACT.   I'M"
t'«*»s»*0-**'"-J■■•■********* *
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NOTIOH
NOTIOH is hereby given that lit)
days alter iltito I intend to apply to
tim Honourable Chiet Oommlssioner
ol Lauds fur n License to pruspect
fir i.niil mitt petroleum jver ..tie following luinls. Bituate in tbe district
ol Southeast Kootenay, in Lut ti'.'JlJif
C tenoing :it t,   posit   plauteil nil
;   or nenr i miles   due enst of     the 21) (
^ , nile post nn U. 1*.   R.   survey  i.ne,
*   .ittili is tho Westtrn boundary of l„.t J
     * . I'llIU  IiiiiI   l.eilli:  the  Suutli.vedt cuintfl'l
* %  lust ol George Wyl.es' claim
* 1, ,, ■■    w ,,.„„r„„i,    -     thence North olghty  (so)   rliaing;
* "'""""    '■"—"'• ""    ♦'   thence Boat   eighty   ist',   chains;
.....   **********************]   thooco South eigiity   (80)  chain.!
ti...    ww. thence   West   eighty   (80)   ihaiurf;
' to the point uf t-oiiiincneeiii, nt,   imik-
I ng 'Jill acres mure or less.
LuetitiKl this 1st Day of August, UIO. |
GKUIU1I-1 WYKKS, Locator
*   Cost am
J    llll'tll.'.hetl un ,i|
CKAN13HCJ
Dlstrlcl
LAND   DISTRICT
Must Kuuteliuy
Eaihen W.  Butts, Agent
William  li. Butts,  Witness,        37.45.
.
FOB  SALE    OHHAP AND TO
RENT.
v *   ALSO   SECOND    HAND  MACHINES
X Tonsorial   Art ♦
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II.   IV.   DIIEW.
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(JRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
Distiict   nf   East Kuutenay
tit    \i l',   !'■
N'OTICE.
the powers ....
<>t. l'i,,, tr r.
Act,   |....i..t.
H.l  Tlio  tin   tl,o
"..'in-...   Elk   Itlv...
(<■) 'f'lio   i   .it     .li.
ubout, nlinv.. iH.m „„ n
SI   E.   327      K i,|.     ,
mil
tl
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II..',   f„
ti     ito   .
iif  ii  duplicate
..-,  Block 98
•    ' .   : -.   Cltj     .1,.
SOTICK   .■
;.'■ nt
tion     i
.in   117...'   f. ■■ horonl  h
point .-.:,.ti f..,.t i
''It     I'll.'      I'll.,,!,
(iti cubic fool   pet
..f  wnter   appll   i
"'"...I.  .' utile leet
(..) Tho
works, tin
or  houses,
liyd
f.'nii'i'    nf     tho  pro
tipoH, iiinii..,.  tunnels
Tin-   wnler   to   be  ,	
ol  tho  Company's  undort.
(g) Tlie purpose for i.
is to in, iisisl. gonerutio
•norgy,
<i)    If    III,'   IVIlll.f   is    to     ll
or or mining purpose!
lilnc.. where tho wator is
to soi,ii- natural channel,
enc, in  allitudo liotw	
1HV !.ll\ EN that il
Hsu., ut tho olplra-
iift-i' the first piil.Ii-
.i.'it.' ... tho C
inn- ol  line   tn tno     above monl
.   •   "      mu...-   ..I  Nils   Hanson   which
Certi   ate        .1 't.-t   1 ltd   October,: llll
... :   ■ tmborcd   1886A.
SAMUEL  ROE,
District  Registrar.
Lan.I   Reifistry  Olliio
N'oison, li. C.
Octohor ill st.  1910, 4.|-l.-
SOTTCE.
, IIU .fi MJMm !:•!"!.
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
he hotel lit
l   ....
|Datod   Ocl r
the   Hi.-...   II .
N.    HANSON.
Ith,   1910. -I
toned I Ice CreaD:.i and
ii |
Home Made Candy ;.';;' 7'
l.IQI'Olt    Al'*'
VOTTCE   Ih   lieivhy   u
l'i
hotel   lie
To Trade
nt.. tint..i k ^^^^^^^^^^
situate .it     Maiysvillo,     llf C,   In
I I'l'iivini'i.  of   llritisli   foil.ml in.
II.  I..    SAHVKi:
| Datod   n.
I'.'l.
Twenty-five ncres  of good
gOt'tlll    ACT.    llll
i. z. l. Daily, houso-soopor. of swt- p,.ujt \/ui(i three miles fromI  v .,., s",,,i"" '-■'
lis.   »o«hnifjton,   intend   to   apply   to  tho , , ,,     ,. N0"
Assistant   Comn.lsstonor ol    l.nti.ls    and   C I'linhl'.K.I;,      D.   L..     tOf     One  ami   di
Works  of  East  Kootonay^Distrlct^Jor    | |ravy I'citni "I   llol'SI'S,     llui   "UJJ™,,,,
TAKE NOTICB that 1, Elmore  L.
Staples, uf Wyclnle, li. c. occupation \]
I  Lumberman, intends to apply .ui per-
.  mission   to     purchase 640     nereis   ol
Mm lii'tttitli.,1 H iiiiun.I  - I'liiiuiHMii'      	
!iug at a post planted !•; miilea enst'   TAKE NOTICE that   Stephen    (J.
"ol tlie HI mile post un emit lino     ui Clark,,,[  Wyclifle,    Hritish  Columbia,
|  British Columbia Southern   Railway, occupation Time Keeper,  intends   io ]
'  Lot 4692,     Group 1,     Koutenay Dis- 'upply for permission to purchase thej
,   trict, niul   being at tho    north   east following tJescribed bind:     Cuiiiiitenc-
.   corner ol  Lol   10137; thenc.   north su Ing at a post planted nt   the South
I  chains, thenci   west   SO cbains,  thence West   corner    oi Lot 1013t;     thence
....nili 80 chain , tbence east 80 cbains .vest 7.1 chains inure    or less to   the
ui.i  '" ''""'' "f i"ii.iii"i..'"'i.ii'.i" east boundury of   Lot 1.VJ2;     tltenco.
 .  Dated. August 20th,  1410.          88-46 north 40 chains     following the   east
ELMORE L.  STAPLES, boundary ol Lot 4698; thence east T8
..'. Bayard Staples, Ageat. chains in,.re or less to the northwest
I. u... corner ol Lot 1U13U, thenee south 40
WATER     ACT,   1909. chains to the place of commencement
  containing 312 acres, mure or
,11   i„     TAKB NOTIOE that I Alfred, Doyle
n. i'i. of Fort   Steele,    occupation rancher,
1   tho will applj   iu tlie wnter Cuntiiiissiuu-|
er nt CranbrooK on the llth day ol j
L1_(a October,   lulu,    at eleven u'cIuck   In —-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__.
 .  the forenoon for a   license   to djivert     NOTICE is hereby given    that   301
one   cubic foot i'i    water per second ?,ayaI.alter d"tL' l intend to apply tu I
, , ..;,. :!'"' Honorable Chief Commissioner of I
or f
STEPHEN   G.   CLARK.
Dated  August 23rd,   1910. 37-
NOTIOE.
      | from sis mi       	
luu   on tho 'iinr.i. about 200 feet above the mouth,
application     Tim Baid water will be diverted and
,,,., , ,.  iit'n.i...t   of conducted   by a dam,     ditches   and
mission tn [iiirehiiso thf following ,       , ,       , ,     Provincial   Polico    for ;i   renewal  .1   Ut.'   o„n,„  ,,,    .1,,,, i,.,l  „„   n,,,l   „,...
is,   ii,.,.,„„i,ig „,, „ post piim.eii at under twelve hundred pounds i„.,,.i neon™ .,, s,n n.,.,,,,- i.y ,-otaii m l,,'u""J,i. 7.7.77 "7?.. "'..7.7
nt sit- iL,mids f,,f t, license    tu prospect   ft.
coal uud petroleum    over the follow
iilth
..|  i..
N-W corner of     Lot 7185 and point.    ,,,K|  nQt over (i,,|lt years „jd.     tit"  hotel  known .„ tho     Wyelllto   llotol.   f*' ^ «rouP  >   K,;""-"">' Dlstrict
ol  Interaection of   Lot  7850,  nnd  nmrli«l &       . altimttj al   WyclfHc, U. C, in  tlio Provinco ,Ltlt! property  o» myself.
;*'   /    I..  Daily's \-K.  cornor;   Thenco 72-27 \  ,,   -p,. jof  Ilritish  Cotumbin. j   The f.ni(. water will lie usml for the
rn   1 •
difToronco   in
divoisiiiii   ol	
■Jim foot from crest   of dam to tall   r,v
occupied   hy   tho   proposed   wori h,     \, i
(k) Thia   notice      was   p Hod     i ■•   I
lilst  day   of October,   IPH       , ■    •■  ■'.
tion   will   In-   made   to   * ,..,..
on  th.*  28th  day of   Dei
(i) Giv..  the  Dames,  ,.   .     id •■    -
any   riparian     propriol
who   or  whose   lands
affoctud  by      the  propi wd ■   ■ ■ ■
abuvo   or   below   I       oui ■•"        Ki
Vulloy    Lin d   C ira| in j
Q.   B   ft'ata ,-.     Fori
rgo   Hoggi -*;     Crai 11.   I        H
Ham   R    Ri ■-    I   ■ ii. ,< U  >a
Uoodwyn   and   I    ■■  -    v.-
ll    C     ll;- li Mile    I
:      '    -
V,   '.   ,      ■.
'.
p. O. Address
Per  W. '•'
N'ote—One      i       '
-l',;v . ■    '     '
south,   thonco   Ho.2.1  chains   wont,
L8.25  chains   ..urth.   thonce   64.80
enst     thence 53.0?  chnjtis north,
l.">. 1-1   chains      east  to  point    of
erne tit, amJ conuininij '2$i> ncresi   CmnoroOK
/.  h.   Dally, Locator.
I.   N.   Dully.   Agent.
Appi V Tn
E. CORBETT
HAIM1V    KUWAIiDr
I lal oil  October 8th,   LtllB.
"UQUOR    Al T,    1010.'
[Irrigation    ol ono     bnindred acres o'.'
said Lot US.
So Crown Lands     will  be affected
„„ tho I   No  riparian  proprietors or liolderB
[jiication   ol   wiii.i't   licenses   Will   bo  utieciod   by
1 : tlw works.
ThiH notice was posted ou tho 	
day ol September,  L91D,
ALPRKD  DOYI.K.
Nn'l 1CI-J
ine lands, situate in tho district of]
Southeast Kootenay, British Colum- \
bia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at J
or near eleven milts due enst of tbe I
_4 mile post on O, P. H. syrvey line, I
which is thu western boundary of Lot!
4,'»9;i, nnd heing the northeast cornel*/
tist of   tCntbeu    W.     Hutts'    claim,!
hence south eighty tHti, chuins.*!
I In tiif west eighty (50) chains, thenc*
ortb eighty  (80)  chains, thence easi
tghty lNil) chains   to tlie     point   ol
ommencement,     malting 040    ucrerij
note or less.
BATHEN W.    HUTTS, Locato
William 10   Butts, Agent]
Halph L. Burlingham, Witness.     .1," f
.ocatcd tins llth day of June, iiU0|
ORANBROOK LAND   lUBTRIOll
District   of   Kast Kootepay
NOTICH is   hereby given     that 60 I
days after dato I  intend to apply to 	
tlui  l-luiHuii'Mb'e   Chiet    Cumin ^sinner | »lt.-_______^_-_.
of Lands i^r a   license   to   prospect     'l'lk<1 notice tlmt William W.  Kiel!
for coal and petroleum over tlio f.ii   mond, of Travorae Olty, Mieli., occif
lands, uitiinta in the difltrict | pation Lumborman, intends to  uppll
r pormlssion    to   purchase the ro|
roby fflvon   that  30  days
•nd  i.i   .|.|.ly i.. the Uun,
u.'i    nf        I.i.iiih        I     I	
""''  fl"' c   "mI  '""'"lot Southeast'Kootenny,"ln"Lot"«BB.
Oommonnlnii I a post planted at , w,ltl . „ , , , s
or near :i miles imu eaBt of the _u | "K dosorlbwi lands: Oommonoln
iile po i on c, i'. ){, survey Mne, !;lt " ,l|mL P'nuted twenty chains woi
which Is in.' v..M,-iii bonnd-aij ol Lot amI olghty chains south of Mile pot
4593, nnd bolng the Southeast corner ■v"'- ;| on the 60th parallel, said poi
PohI ot Marj lienner's claim'! I"'"-' ll1" southwost cornor of Tlmlai
thence Norlh o1 hty (80) chains; Licence Nu. U843, thenee west
tlience  Wt'Ht  eighty   ism   rhans;     chains, thence south 20 chains, tnont,
lavor
'-\<'7^'ffiin7$w'f,)
_>       pa    ^7-''-'-' ■
■j\ ■■ ....
Hinii«i« '■• wmhri'
.    ■''■'■/.I      ■: 'vCrtVw*, I...
tlionco Suuth eig ity   (80)   chains,
'   thence Enst   eighty   '8Llj   chains;
) chain-   to   tin* | tu the point of commencement,   rank-
•ni,    making 040 |ing 640 acres more or loss.
Located this Ist day of  August, 1910.
MAR ■' DENNER, Locator,
Eaihen W. Butts, At'cnt
Willinm E.  Hutts, Witness.        87-45
west 20 chnins, thence nortli lit; cliaml
thenco east iii) chaius, thence soutl
40 cliulnH to the place ol coniiiujiiciT
meat, containing 2Hd neres, more o|
less.
WILLIAM W. RICHMOND,
Dated July 26th, 1910. 35-41
Nivrn.'K.
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m "4 m & - in j * 1 z:zzi7Z":::;,
3m im  ....;•, a hJ\JS \M" ""-*:.:•::■'•-'"'..
horoby gtvoi. thnt lln stsL
.l.iis :'.f'.'.- .I'll.'  I   Itltitnil  to utiply tn the Hoj
||u„    .'I...-' Cnunlulonar "1      l.iimls     lol
,.     ,,    In.•...-..   I.,   [.f.isiuirt   for   mini   unit   putts
..,,.,,   1 11  ovor lho     lollowliiK liintls, stt.nn
,m1 It trict   nl   Southeast   Ronton,,
.„',.,     li" ii.i.  r..l.u..I.in,   In   I...I.   tr.ltll:
lit nrlnii   nl   a post  |.l..nl«l nl
ill In., unst nl tin. M.'l inll,.   poi
pusi
Um   P. P. II. snivi-.v   linn   u'lllrli   Is   ll|
Cl. I"   II
s   .....
*1|&i» •   '      y,,:^/^^!*^^
SOLD I'.'l  THE PINK MSHCANTtLE CO,, CRANBKOOK
SAMIIP.I, P. WILSON,   Locntor.
K.i.lirn   W.   Hulls.   ,\,.;..|.l
[Wllllnin  tr„   li'iiis, Wltnoil
.li,. woMorn l nlnry   of Lot 451.8, nnd
i,,.   Ihr llio s.  M, enrnor r...st  ol Dnnlol 'll
\.    in .'i.s clnlm, thonco south olnhty (8g
R0|   .'I..ins:   III    wnnt   eighty   (HO)   rhttlt
,,.:   iIhsi. rtti nighty  .mi. '■hniiis'  then.'
,„.,!   ,-.'i   rtghty   (BO)   ,-h,,.n„   I..   tho   point
,,f i i. .t,  ranking .'.in ...'...s   in.,
 r h'ss.
HWllll. ID,   lll.UIF.NH, Lnnil.
„.,    I Bathon  W.   Units,  Atn-nt.
IVilllntii   ID,   Units,   IVllnsss,
V..I ii.tti  4__HH_|^^-^_-__l
IiticntlKl   tills  1st   Day   ol  Mcplmnlinr 11)10   LonuluJ   tills   is*  Unf   •    Bt|ltOmbor 1110   L.ictltntl  this  1st   Day  ol  September 191

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