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Vol. 15.
Wo$pt£i&t.
t. r.
•i'Oitroif.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   .<>,   190U.
No. 41
MINE HORROR
ATNflNfllMO
Nearly 60 Men Entombed
by Disaster.
—o—-
fIRI THEN BttlAkS OUT
Twenty-five are Saved Before Fire Stops Work
of Rescuers.
i
T"
Nannimo, Oct. 5.— Thirty men nre
now known to he dead os a result ol
ftn explosion in No. 2 mine nt Extension this morning. Up to 7 o'clock j
this evening eight bodies have heen,
recovered and identified.
The work of rescue still continues,
but it is not expected that any more
bodies will bo recovered before morn
Ing, as the portion of the mine
where the explosion occurred is bad- i
ly wrecked, thc brattice work being
torn down, nnd the rescuers nre very j
badly hampered hy gas. The majority of the men killed were old real- \
dents of the district nnd were nil'
well known.
Victoria, Oct. 5. A tiro damp ex*
plosion in n mine at Extension, a.
camp sixty miles from here, this.
morning wrecked No. 3 level of No. 2
mine, owned by the Wellington Col-
Hory company, head of which is Lieu* I
tenant-Governor    .1 times     Dunsmuir.
bis brother-in-law's body, Tom. O'
Connell, a well known athlete and
recently elected manager of the Lady-
smith football team. The sister was
told thnt both husband nnd brother
wore dead and sunk sobbing into a
chair, Another victim. Kred Ingham
is the third son that Mrs, Ingham
bus lost in mining accidents and the
third she has mourned because of
mini1 explosions.
The coming of the train from Victoria wns followed by sad incidents,
A number of the relatives of missing
mon were among the passengers. Miss
Ingham fell shrieking .when told thut
her brother wns lost and was carried
Wailing bitterly up the hill.
DEATH    ROLL   NOW   THIRTY,    j
l.adysmith, Oet. ii.—The following
bodies have been recovered:-
Thomas O'Connell,   single.
Andrew Moilatt, married; throe
children.
.lames Ewart, married, one child.
Uobert   Marshall, single.
Willinm Robertson, married, wife
visiting at Seattle.
William Qulnn, single.
Edward Dunn, single.
•lames Molyneux, single.
Howard Taylor, single.
Willinm Davidson, single
Alexander Melos, a Montenegrin.
Thomas Thomas, single.
Peter Nolan, single.
William  Kcsserich,  single.
James, Kesserich, single.
Thompaon, Parkin, married, two
children,
John Bullitch, colored, married;
with family.
Charles Scuff, single.
Wynn Steele, married.
FOR NflW
IN GflNflDfl
$3,000,00Ca Year for Sea
Defenses.
fLEET Of 12 VrSSELS
Scheme Also Contemplates
Drydock and Ship
Building Plant.
the surface Indications impressed
them us being very similar to those
of the famous Hercules mine in the
Coeur d*Alettes.
'•Having ore in the upper, workings
carrying "in pet cent lead, u? ounces
in silver and 7 per conl copper. We
reasonably look tor high grade ore
in the No. 2 tunnel. We have ben
men employed, most of whom are
working driving this tunnel A new
blacksmith shop has just been built
nt the entrance ol this Our people
are not waiting for some one to hand
them a bundle containing a fortune,
for wo have the backing ol thai
class who know u good thing when
thev sit it. It is now a question ol
months, and perhaps weeks. I he
lieve this will be a case of histoid
repealing itself. Minors and muck
ers today, mineowners and capitalists tomorrow. .Vow Is the time to
get in on the ground door."
Canada and tbe li S. Turin"
Canada Is not worrying ovor the
possible action of President Taft un
der the provisions ot the new thrill
law which empowers him to place
countries     levying export    duties or
RI6H 0FFI6IAL
QUITS OFFICE
B. C. Legislature May Be
Dissolved l>y Premier,
„. —
M All 11 IS $15,000,000
Retiring' Lieutenant Governor Will Retire Prom
Active Business.
Ottawa, Oct. 7.—It is understood
that the Canadian government's bill
respecting     naval     defense     to    be
brought before the coming session of  granting   preferences,    in   which the
parliament   will provle     for a total ,
expenditure of about $20,000,000 dur
Ing the next six or   seven years, the
Unite*! States does not share, undei
the ban of a surtax or of the maximum import, duties.    Under   present
yearly appropriation being about | conditions any interruption in the
$8,000,000. Present plnus content-1 movement of trade will hurt the Re-
plate a fleet of a dozen war vessels, public more than the" Dominion,
consisting of cruisers, torpedo boats whieh nn8 nit*eody weathered a worse
and destroyers. .storm   from    the same quarter.    Tin*
Drydockfi     nnd   a   Canadian ship-  result of the previous attempt to rebuilding   plant capable of     building' strict Canadian trade taught the Do
and    repairing   the   largest   class of
war vessels arc   contemplated.   It is
Uobert White, married, six children j stflted that threc veBSelfJ of tne new
j fleet will     be placed on the     Pacific
James Ismaster, single.
Fred. Ingham, single.
Alexander McLennan, married.
Tho men still in the mine and who
are dead arc: Oscar Nayman, a
Finn;     Charles   Salo,    Finn:     Mike
l coast and nine on the Atlantic.
The smashed timbers caught fire be
fore rescuers could reach the scene
nnd of the   sixty men of     the night  Gcnr«e  v<*rK°vich
S. Selden.
i Vaszolovitch,   Slav:      Fred   Ramilo-
vltch, Slav.   R. L. RamUovitoh.Slav:
Crotinn:    aud   K.
shift below at the time, thirty were;
imprisoned. Of these only six had
been taken out, doad, late tonight1
by search parties of volunteers,  who)
CAUSE    IS    MYSTERIOUS.
As to the cause of   the   explosion,
' the question as yet remains unsolved
are risking their lives as they are in,At 0:30 yesterduy morning the fol-
constant danger of   a second   explo-
lowing   report was     written In
black damp.   |)0okfi of Uie companv,
There is no hope for the others, but
slon and poison   from
the
as the «as Is rapidly being driven
from the mine nnd as progress is
made against the Ramos, it is expected that all of the bodies will be recovered.
MISSING MEN PROMINENT.
"Tuesday, Oct.  5.   6:30 a.m.
"Examined      all     working  places;
found all in good condition."
HUGH FULTON.
WM.   COSIER.
Two hours     after the above
written explosion   was felt   in
minion that there were other and
more profitable markets In the world
and enabled the Canadian people to
realize their own economic Independence, What they did in hope, when
the future seemed dark enough, they
will do If necessary, with the confidence of assurance.
More particularly with regard to
thc prohibition of pulp wood exports
Mont. Oct. fi.—That! now in force in Ontar ionnd Quebec,
J. Barling and the di- m there no Ukolinood that the existing practice will be altered. The
forests are among the more valuable
resources of these provinces and with
the results of the foolish
the United States patently before
them, their governments and people
are at ono as to the necessity of for
conservation. They nljo -lcrcelve the
advantage of utilizing their forest
for the creation of home industries
and tho effect of the prohibition has
already been favorable in that dlrec
tlon.     Yesterday's   World contained
was j
near-
Most of the men were old residents ly every portion of the mine, and
of Extension, and the total number, the race for life was on. According
affected by thc disaster will reach to the talcs of those who were work-
one thousnnd. Many of those believ- ing in the vicinity and who succeed
ed to be still in the mine     workings ed in   reaching     safety,      no great;
CANADIAN BRANCH
Milwaukee Road to Build From
Missoula to Crow's Nest Pass.
Missoula,
president A
rectors of the Milwaukee road are
more convinced than ever that a road
from Missoula to the Crow's Nest
country in Canada is feasible, and
that work on such a line will be commenced in the spring and continued
until it Is completed, was stated here
on the return of the members of the
party from a trip of inspection which
extended by automobile, wagon and
pnek train to Knlispell, Blackloot,
Swan river and Swan Lake route.
Tenders for n contract will be called
Vancouver,   Oct.   5.—Announcement
ot the dissolution of the Hritish Columbia legislature will probably be
made within a week by Premier Me-
llride. .lames Dunsmuir, the retiring lieutenant-governor, is the richest mnn in the province, his fortune
heing estimated at more than $15.-
000,000. The Canadian Pacific railroad rt Gently purchased from him
several hundred thousand acres of
land on Vancouver island and
Esqulmalt & Nanaimo ruilroud, and
is suid to be negotiating for the remaining Dunsmuir lands and the
great colleriers, it being Mr. Duns-
muir's purpose to retire from nctive
business. F. ('. Wade, a Vancouver
lawyer, is bis probable successor as
governor.
The railroad situation is hastening
Premier McBrlde's appeal to the
country. It is to decide some important quostlans regarding these lines
that the Premier wishes to address
himself after his government shall
have been sustained at the pedis, as
he believes it will be. The govern
ment will undoubtedly submit to tho
meeting of the new legislature in
policy off February some proposal to assist the
coming of tbe Canadian Noil hern.
Hippomenies won the famous foot
race and Atalnntas" heart with the
charmed apples   ol Venus.
"The Roman Tactitns tells us ot
the prominence of the apple among
tbe German tribes ami the early
Goths. The Norse 'Saras' sine the
apple's praises in rough melody, tlie
old Scotch clansmen choose it loi a
badge of honor, and the remains oi
apples have been found amoni,' the
bones of prehistoric men upon the
shores ol tho Swiss lakes
STORY OK WILLIAM TELL
"The story of William Tell and the
dramatic struggle between Austria
and Switzerland immortalized In
Schiller's epic poem and Rossini's
beautiful opera is always remember, d
hy the feat of Tell in shooting the
apple from his son's head.
"Apples came early into Britain
with the Roman invaders, and were
brought to America contUI ies Intel
by the English colonists The story
gOOS that the young ladies ol the
court dropped apple seeds into the
pockets of thc gentlemen who were
about to cross the sens, as the most
valuable assets tor life m a wild.
new laud.
"No fruit has come Into more pop
ular gonornl favor, attained q more
universal distribution, or been put to
a greater vailety of uses than has
thu apple. There are now over 1,000
varieties known to pomologlsts and
new varieties appear continually ns
the the study of the fruit develops. It i-
known in all lands and to nearly all
races,   even the savages of the trop-
MUNIGIPflL
COUNCIL MET
Wednesday   Evening
Council Chambers.
In
BY-I AW   66   CARRIED
J. C. McKenzie Appointed
Superintendent of City
Water Works.
A meeting of the Municipal Coun-
cll was behi on Wednesday evening In
tin* Council chamber. There were
present His Worship Mayor Fink,and
aldermen   Hunt,  Ryan,    Jackson and
Johnson.
Records
wore read,
men Hunt
ted
of    1
and
und
*t regular meeting
on motion of alder-
were adop*
ics.
"The apple is unsurpassed as on article of food and commerce. It is
available at all seasons and may be
baked, boiled, stewed, termented, and
cooked and preserved in hundreds ol
dilTerent forms. It may he made iu
to liquor, perfumery, medicine, dye
nnd dried fruit.
"Tho apple has developed from the
wild, acrid crab of ancient and sav
ago times, into one of the leading
natural foods of modern civilization.
It. occupies tbe high position due a
rich, universal, diversified and torn
parntivoly cheap food.
G. T. P. AND (JKAIN CROP
nvc prominent in tlio mining district.
The explosion is the worst disaster
oi its kind in the history nf the locality
Mr. Dunsmuir seen tonight would
trmlce no statement. He koos to the
mine to-morrow. Ralph Smith, M,
P., nnd Mayor Nicholson, of Lady
smith, a town nearby, were in Vie
toria tonight. They fear they hnve
relatives among the missing.
A relief train has has been seat
from l.adysmith, hut  the lire in the
| found satisfactory.
Mammoth G P. R Locomotive
In thc   course  ol    about a  month
shock wns felt by them; but the
rush of tlie nir, the swinging aside of
brattice, and a dull rumble, gave,
notice to nil experienced miners thnt
nn explosion of grout force hnd taken place somewhere within tho bowels ol the enrth, nnd thc    only safe
plnce was in thc open air away Irom , ,   ,,    , , .,
;,       . , c, u ' remarkable locomotives on thc
the poisonous lames which were sure'
to work their way through nml per
meato     l he
needed tbe nppenrnnce of excited lire
bosses shouting warnings nnd impel'
lor during the winter months, rocom-1 " "MVB u™ ,roin P™"ott, stating
mendntions for the construction of that as an °"t°°™ °' the export re
the line having heen forwarded to the "trlctloM a company Is being formed
east. The directors nnnouncod that ,or the Purpose o! starting u pulp
thuy were more than pleased with the, mlU -n * Tacant starch ,actory- Ua"
conntry to be opened up. Tbc tract ""da's tarlll policy will be adapted
from the Crow's Nest Pass to Kalis-i tn hor own '"t«ra»ta and not to the
pell has already been gone over and ! notio"     "' tm    neighbors.-Toroiito
World.
Wilson-Ouilette Wodding      ,
course  of    about a  month;    The     marriage    ol     Miss    Alice
then- will appear on the Pacific dlvi- Ouilette, a    popular young lady    ol
sion ol the C.P.R. one ol the   most j this city, to    Mr, R. E. Wilson,     nj
con-, prominent   railway   man,   also    ot
linen I ol    America, aud the heaviest  Cranbrook, took place at the St. Eu-1
atmOTPhero","°n"Mnrce'ly|cn8',10'n Catta<ls'       It will be opei>; „m    hospital    chapel    on   Friday
! ttled between   Ucvclstoke  and Field,  morning, October 1st, Rev. Father L.
and will    be devoted exclusively    to'ciiolnel officiating.     Miss Mary Oui-
./reeked slope may slop the progress ative commands to clear out, lor „,,, l]ie lmuling of Ireight trains   It beiug j lette. sister of the bride, was brides-
ol tho rescue work.   The women nml  who could do so started lor the open «* """    u( "* , »"«•»' * SSft "". whi">   Mr' Mm,^'   was   ,the
clustered In a drluig ol as rapidly as possible, and even then »><*? c»rs "°1' »»'» 0VI!r <*»* «*«<«j best man.       Miss Ouilette is a niece
| nl the    road    than is now possible „( Mr. Marry     Robiehaud,   the well
children arc
rain awaiting ildiulti
of loved  some who beard the warning wore too
ones.
Alexander Sbnw, a brother of John
Shaw, inland revenue agent of this
city and foreman of the mine, who
was reported to be missing, is now
on tho    Hiirfaee   directing the opera.
I with existing power.
The new   engine    will he
compo
der coal nnd water will  wci
known
Mallet  visit
conductor,
to
Alter
(he
prin
Into and were overtaken by the deadly   lire-damp,    others,   too   excited,
perhaps,,,,- too Ignorant ol the work- UfHculetod compound, and with tew clpal coast cities Mr. and Mrs. Wirings ol the mine, weie only saved by j der coal ami water will weigh over;son wi|| return to Cranbrook, where
the heroic work nl Alex. Shaw, boss! '»" bundled tons.    Tho eng no alone| tn(,y will begin housekeeping at once.
nl No. 2, who, working his way back weighs over 3115,000    poonds.    Thill     	
lions of the     rescue   partv,     but at and forth   from   place to    plnce, as, M'lll(;t locomotive really consists    ol
could    only bo done by a  mnn  who' two engines, us the boiler Is divided
knew  every   Inch »l   the    workiugs,  In M» middle,    The body Is      ««ry |    )B   |n about twonty tliaiuMiia ttusb-1
pointed    out the   way   to safety to | long «nd in order to enable-theengine | ^ o( ^mt m c||i>,   .£ th(J j^g.
bridge Herald, nnd the shipping bus
PRAIRIE 18 VERY DRY
1 Wainwright Sends Out Men   to
Help the Settlers.
Wnlnwrtgllt, (let. 7.-The entire
Gtltcdgo distriel, 111 mllos north, has
been swept by. Humes. I\ I.liter lost
Ills house and ollects. IV. Qnllnghor
lost Ills house, while .Matthews lost
his  stable,  oats  and  ha;..    ('.  LyonI
, lost hay ami cattle.     II Is the (ierc-
i est lire in the history ol tho dietriet. Hj,
the Humes     leaping     forty luet lire-; nH
, guards. The settlers have boon fight- m|
Ing the llaiaes for a week, but have |
but  little chance of stopping the lire   „.,
I as the country i.s as dry as tinder.     £,,
SMOKE   IS   UNIIMAllAlil.K gn
Fierce fires are raging north of the,'"'
town since early in the day, and tho ml
smoke is unbearable on the streets, tw
OttlKOna are expected to he called ' v:l
out tn fight tbe fires before the morn- be
ing. »V,
The lire which was burnlnp near'
HutTiihi park, smith (d here yestcrhny
Is now under control) h'dnp surrottn-'
ded by lire guards, ami will gradually die. There is no danner ot tlatne-;
entering the park.
h'irty mon have just left for a
point north of town tu assist the
cltiaons in fighting the prnlrto liros.
lii-in-ral Manager Says His Hoad
Will Carry Teii Million Bushel.;
13d mon ton, Oct. 5.—F. ,1. Chamber
lln, nenernl mnnagor of the C. T. r.
arrived In the city unexpectedly yes-
t'iday and took a look over tho
railway situation. In company with
Mr. Mann, division engineer, he in
spectrd the work on the (1. T, I',.
simps in the north end ol town and
called on the mayor at the city olli
con regarding tin- closing of the
si reels between blocks 16 anh 17 so
as to give the (1. T. P., a continuous
mile of yards.
In answer to an Inquiry as to what
Assistance the G.  T.  P.,  would  give
towards the   moving of this     year' ;
grain crop,   Mr. Ohamborlin said the
lien* continental line would move ten
riilMon bushels of jjrnin this year hi
i'l)  Kdmontoii     and Winnipeg,    A
■k or    two ago the  cars of grain
ait to move from    points     about
Inwrlght eastward to Winnipeg.
Johns
,8 read.
A communication from Harvey,Mc-
Oartor & Macdonald, re the closing
of a lane on iinker bill was referred
to the City Solicitor, with instructions, that if ait persons owning
propotty abut in-,' un the lane give
thier consent in writing to the Couni
cil, the matter would then receive,
dui' consideration
Communication from Harvey, Mc-
Carter & Macdonald, re the Leask
property situated on Baker street,
was also referred to the City Solicitor with power to act.
Finance Committee made their regular monthly report, ond recommended that neconts, as presented to the
amount of $5,001  be paid.
(tn motion nf aldermen Hunt and
.Inckson, the accounts of the Klcctnc
la^ht Co., and the Telephone Co.,
as presented hy the tinance committee, be paid . Alderman Ryan not
voting.
(in motion uf alderman Hunt and
Jackson, the accounts ot the Fink
Mercautile (Jo , were ordered paid,
Mayor Fink nol  voting.
On motion of aldermen Jackson
nnd Hunt, the accounts as presented
by the tinance committee, not other*
ft Isfi provided  for.  be paid
Moved hy aldermen Ryan and
Johnson, that by-law No, 66 be reconsidered, finally passed, and adopted.    Carried.
tl was moved by aldermen Ryan
an,I Hunt, that the action of thc
May.a and City clerk, iii securing
an a.--istant to the City Clerk, be
con li lined. Carried. Alderman Jock-
son voted in the negative
Moved by aldermen Jackson and
Johnson, that J. c, McKonttlfl be appointed Superintendent of City Water
Works, with a salary the same as he
was paid by the Wnter .Supply Co,
Council adjourned at 11-HO on motion of aldermen Ryan and .Johnson.
UURIEK'S DENIAL
tys If T. P. Did Not "Request"
Oriental Labor bo Imported-
present, there Is no Indications of the
fire bolng extinguished. The residents
ot Nanaimo have been prevented from
going to [flxtonslou and only the
rescuers, miners und otllcials are mi
the scene.
TKRRIF1C EXPLOSION.
A miner who reached hndysmllh at
noon from the mine said that as he
and his father were loaving tho mine,
bringing out their gear, nn explosion
- occurred, The shock was tor rifle,
Thc stoppings were blown out and
the doors unhinged. The effects of
thc explosion were confined to thc
slope where It occurred.    All the men
Elevators are Full of Oram
Phe A. R. & I. Company are bring-
In tlie othor slopes nnd levels escnp-  Nl!W York purchases from thc Cann
ed.
MOURNING    AT   LADYSMITH.
Lndysmlth, Oct, 5,—Lndysmlth is
walling tonight for Its dead, and is
n sad grief stricken community.
From the time the telephone iiiessai*e
gave the first bulletin of the disaster
this mortllngi 'md the train eamn
down the hill from the mine to tiake
doctors and rescuers, sorrow has
followed upon sorrow. The horonvod
WOtnon and relatives are being kept
back from the mines and the officials
are keeping silent, but at intervals
comes news that, onuses ngontftlng
shrieks lu a minor's home.
The llrst bodies brought to the
surface of the slope hidden In Its covering wiih the corpse of James Molyneux, a Vocalist who has often pleased Ladyiinilth nudloncos.    He wiih nn-
those who had almost glvon up hope <<■ W«IHy tak« eurvt'8' li iH PWVMd
of life and to some who were nearly with a flexible joint located in the
overcome with gas, ! middle of the holler.
 ,  i,i tlm past it has been found   im-
AHJ TIMBER   DEAL l lHJSsllllt' t0 Ilut heavier power in   the
 0__ : old type of engine in service for   the
r..MM« ni-on* «n fr.--.AA..,-*. fHtaN.i renfion that bridges would not stand,
L-rge 1 ract on Vancouver Island ,,|(i 0J£tra   W(!lght confmea ln    m
Sold to New York Conoera.       ! short Ixxly of the old type ot locomo-
Now York, Oct. fi.-Onc of the Inr- live*      '^,,!    'll,w,   long body type,
gest individual    timber deals in the spreads    tlie  weight over a greater TJ)fi (nnkH un, Iigat (lI1(l ,..,,, (M! hn„-
hlstory of Western Canada    has just length of rull and thus enables    lhci(i(1 fmm |>|fl00 to ulm,0
whereby the Americani heavier and much more powerful  en-. 	
company of | glno to   operate    over bridges with
perfect safety.
ANCIENT APPLK LORE
This fruit Wns   Popular  With
Adiim and Eve.
following Is from Uie National
got nicely Btarted, Very little has
come as yet from Cnrdston, as
threshing there is Just commonclng,
At Raley und Spring Oouloo all the '
elevators are full, and tboy nre tak
Ing every ear they can secure.
Farmers down there have tanks
holding about a carload, In which
they Store  their grain  for the time.
been    closed
Finance and Securities
The
Apple
hist,
of tho
Spokane
" The apple has bee
nssoolatod with the hi
kind from the earliest ogOfl,
"Itltolds aa important place la thi
literary tradition nml table of tin
human rare, and upon occasion ha:
helped to make the history of nation.
and    to  enrich    tho Idogrnphlos
Making liood Progress
The  Kootenay      Telephones      Lims
Ltd . are making rapid progress with
the  installation of  their new system
Ottawa,  Oct7.— Attention   has been  throughout Southeast Kootenay. Tho
roused  by  Sir  Wilfrid  Lanrier's tel-   pole gang will have the sticks set up
to Crow's Nest within two weeks aud
start back this way with the work of
Wiring, Another crew of linemen will
enrry the wires from Oranbrook tout*
ward Thc Alberta (iovcrnment line
is being ox tended from Ooloman to
Crow's Neat and we should have I .nj:
distance connection   with Ifidmonton,
ngram to tho labor men of Hritish
Columbia assorting that no request
had been made for the importation
id Oriental labor, ami the positive
statements ot Sir Charles Rivers
Wilson and Mr. Mays on the day of
their interview with the Premier
Tho o. Ti    P.i otiicers have affirmed
Show  Bulletin     and  Premium
published by the management
forthcomlna apple    show at
titimately
ot man
that the suujeet was under consldora- Calgary, Lothbrldgo nnd Intermediate
tlon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier is very
clever In his use of words and all
that his denial ft mounts to is that no
rormnl "roquost" had been officially
nerved   upon tho    government    Difl
the evidence Is ovei v. liehmiinn tbat
the   subject  has   been   bronchcd
diati Pacific   railway 84,000 ncres of,
timber lands on Cowiclmn lake, Hi it
ish Columbia.    This Is said to be the
linest     tract of timber remaining In
Ilritish Columbia.   The timber, which
consists largely   of Ilr, Is    of nn nn-.
usually dense growth.     Mxperts who
woro employed by the Now York coin
puny report that the timber averages
moro   than     90,000,000 feet     uf mer I
chaiilahle timber.    Cowlehan lake Isl
about 100 mllefl north of Seattle mid
'£2 miles from the    nearest point on
the Nanaimo and Ksipiimnlt. rnilwny,
a branch of the Canadian Pacific.
Borden's Plans
Ottawa, (let, k   ii, I,, Gordon left
Demands Peaee
London, Oct. 6.—Lord Rosebery, in
a letter declining; to address furl.ber
meetings on the hudgot, says:
"To make nny further speeches of
amplification und reply, would simply
involve my return to political con
troversy from which ] have long
Withdrawn and to which I hope never
SOCIETY GIRL MINE
Mining Operations Confined tn No.
£ Tunnel.
(Moyle Leader.)
I'roflpeoUt for the Society otrl Mining   company    Boom to   ho getting to MtMfn
brighter every day.      J, P, FniTell.|
the Hecretary-treasurei   of the   eom-
whcii    ahkmI   concerning    Ihc    According to
this morning, said: log pnper,     .Juti.es
Our mining   operations have been mud
eonflm-il to the   No, 2 tunnel, which
Is now In eight  hundred and twenty-
llvo feel.    Anticipating a resumption
id ore shipments, a wagon road con-
puny
properly
Jeffries to Eight
Auto, a  Paris sport
1.   -roflrlos     has
the announcement that he will
probably fight -Jack Johnson for the
heavyweight    championship on April
10 or 11  at Hail Francisco,
Miti'i|iiiH ol'Uruhttiu Hero
Ottawa,   Oct, ti. The    Marquis
for Halifax today,     to consult with llUcUllg No. 2 tunnel with the     old
tho loaders of the Conservative party road has just been completed      This
On his    way back    he will moot the plc*0 ot new road Is almost A    mile Oraham, I
married.   Tho next body brought to loadors'of the party In Montreal and In length." Montrose,
the surface wan Uobert White, a ml- Quebec.   Alter that he will probably Continuing   Mr,     Par roll   snld to families, I
ner, which    wafl followed quickly by I go to Toronto. many    who    inspected thc property 0n a tour of Canada.
ol
■a and heir of the Duke of
itie of the oldest Scottish
In the clt.y     lie In now
Kings,
"The     Hlhle,
Known     records
mentions the npplo
in tlie (plain!  dratm
Of  njdon.    There an
referenced to It in the old Tostnmcnt,
und Solomon HayH ot it    'As Ibe ap
pie tree i 'in: the trees of the wood,
so Is my    bolovod among the none',
mul again, 'Stay with flagons, com
fort   me  with  apples '
"Among th" Greeks tho apple was
known ami honored, and there Is Ire
ijiieni mention of It in Ihe charming
mythology ot the porlod of Athenian
ancondonoy, Homer, at his beat,
dings of It,tho Trojan war becomes
concerned with it. and both the Mind
and the Arnold of Virgil make exlen
Blvo use id Its HymhollHiu.
"The beautiful logond of the search
tho Apples ol     llesperides and of
Voteran Dies
s
rt Montreal, Ocl   S.   Lieutonnnl Oolo
,[ nol Hurry  I'uyn, formerly command
nii: ollicer of the Seventieth roglmcnt
i I   the     oldest Atld Ihe llrst ollin
f  huiuiin  thought, Wolseley barracks
uiosi  prominently
Fircroft,   iu  Wostill
ii the Onrdon  aged B»,    Ho took
morons     text   military      iniiltei-H,
ptnlii  in the      It
to grnduate from
died   at   Ills   home,
inster, lust night,
nu active part  in
d rehelli
points within six weeks Refute the
end o( the year Medicine Hat will
probably be listed on our long dis-
tonco schedule
The new big switchboard ot the
Kootenay Telephone Lines Ims been
..i up in tho offlcoi here and the lo-
CAl lines will be swum; onto It on
Sundn) The new switchboard is n
marvel ot mechanics I Ingenuity and
will aflord ,i much superior service
to that which could be glvon ou the
old board
In granting    tho prlvilogos ol the
City,    Feline availed   herself of all op
portunlty of    gottfng a service that
will  bo Rocond  to none hi Canada
Ferine   Free   Press
Nnthliii,' III It
Toronto, (let G, "Nothing In it."
snid Mr. I> R Mann, vice presldrnt
ol Ihe Canaillnii Norlberu Railway
compnny, when shown a dispatch
from Winnipeg to the efloct that the
Canadian Northern had acquired the
Ditluth A Noil hern MmiiickoI" road
to Ciientlint, Minn.
Ho Was a (rood Hniiner
One night ih
out between th
twelve would If
ner, pi net lcll)R
sports    It  was
h<
week   any   person
ur  of eleven and
ive witnessed  a run-
foi   the   next  holiday
not  (he Intention of
r
the Labors of Horculc
secure   tho    trophies
host   known     in Greek
nn
IH
Atlas  to
one of the
mythology.
A low turilT Liberal press und a
high lurid Liberal (iovcrnment living
on terms of sublime friendship nnd
conOdonco Ih Indeed a
delles duplication, reinnrks the Win
ntpog Tolegram. The one talks in
terms of free trade and the other
acts In terms of pro too tion.
the  parly      when  he  started    out to
praci ire,    but    circumstances   alter
cases It .ooiieil as tlloUgh some
niie was chasing him as he came
down Pallctt Avenue, half clothed
and disappeared into his quiet home
n much disappointed man It pays
tnelowhich one to mind their own business no
matter how hard it  Is to do so.
The man who is always sticking
his nose la somebody clses business
often cornea out at tbe wrong eud PAGE
MlOaMIOTOK,    OIUNBROOK,    11.    0..   SATtWPAV     OOTOBBR
vm
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ii Cranbrook t
Livery    :
1
ESTABLISHED    isst.
A. B. Gracss,
I'l'KI.ISHKK    AMI   ED1TOK.
We ask y U to rail and fry
, ► our new Consignment ol n«w
anil Op Uvdat. rigs for
Winter and Snramtr. -fust
received Toppir and Keliubls
Horses at your disposal
Give them a trial ,«J lie
convinced.
, ,     HI.,,.,.  ST Crsnlirwilt, H C
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NEWPORT
It you want ,i delicious
Chocolate try those
N'ewports al The Palm,
We have just received
a   large   stock   and   are
NOT ON TIME
The Prospector did not set  out ou
time tlii.s week, owing to the setting
up   of   tile   "objections   to   the    Voting
lists" not being in early enough, and
the fnct thnt these names had to be
published this week.
Snlr Agents for
Cranbrook.
THE  PALM
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMI 1 II
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To  Bugtcy  Wheel-.
A0BNT8   FOK   CANADIAN OYCI.K
ANU MOTOR CO'S  BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone :,i)     •   •   •     i', ii.  Hoi 113.
In Summer
—lrss food is needed than
in winter. But il ii essential
that summer food he palatable
and nutritious. 1 hat is why
•he best ol all summer foods il
BOVRIL
We Deal in Bveryihing I''rom
a Needle to ;i I .ocomotive
JOSEPH tl. MclfAN
liKAI.KK   IN
All kinds nl' Sordini ll.unl ('noils
Furniture  ii  SPECIALTY
BUYER  OF  FURS
Sage's f)|,l  Stand, Hanson Ave
hiium 'im
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Sitopi-an n,„Y i,s ruullil in His
MANITOH \ llii'I'KI.     ii
'lim Claw Wort  in
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<; Tonsorial   Art'!
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POLAR UONTROVEKST
A suit by Ur. Vook to recover damages trotu Commander Peary for allegedly    slanderous uud   defamatory
statements regarding thf    plalnttfl'a
discovery of the North Pole would l>e
ii perfectly logical proceeding.
t  The   courts are now appealed to to
[ nettle controversies ol all kinds. They
- take cognisance    of contested claims
to priority  nl tnventlou;    why  not ol
discovery?     it ts quite    conceivable
that huii Injuctloos been in use tit the
tien'inninc ol    the slxteentb     century
the beira of Columbus might have up-
plied for a court order to protect the
1 discoveries against   the Infringement
! i if Arnericus Vespucci.
Assuming that the action Is
' brought, we may expect an examin
a tlon of tSsqulmaux and other witnesses, including explorers, amateurs
ami "Mutual friends" intrusted with
records; the introduction ..f expert
evidence by prosecution and defense
a 10,000-word hypothetical question
covering the whole fold of Polar ei
ploration, and tbe eventual submit
tal ol the case to a jury whose \cr
diet, failing an appeal to a higher
court, would be accepted as quieting
title to tbe Pole
Examinations of Dr Cook's astronomical observations and other data
by geodetic surveys and Danish universities are all very well. But tor a
conclusive decision recourse may
properly be had to tlie verdict ol a
jury of  American peers.
In the approaching provincial election Marry     Wright Is spoken o( as
the Conservative   candidate     In the
City oi Nelson.     Mr, Wright is probably   better  suited      for  the   position
S than any other man In  Nelson   from
: a political     standpoint.    He has al-
i ready  had  the experience of one term
I in thf? house nnd for eleven years has
been  connected  with  the  government
in official and     unofficial   capacities.
He has learned the business from the
ground up and that is greatly in his
favor,     Green men are more apt to
i make mistakes in polities than those
| of experience.    As gold  commissioner
| for ii van.      territory  in arofttid  Nelson he has for a torn; time attended
to the affairs     of a busy office in an
efficient manner satisfactory  alike to
the people and government    nf this
great province.   We need young energetic and     experienced men     in the
legislative assembly at  Victoria, and
Harry  Wright     certainly    travels in
that class.   He brings enthusiasm to
his work and that   Is     one     of the
prime     factors in making a     public
man u credit to his country, his city
nnd    his     constituents.  —Greenwood
Ledge.
It is a singular fact that when the
autumn leaves begin to fall, the
thoughts of men turn towards el«r
tlons, with the same unfailing
regularity with which, in the
Hpiing of the year, the young person
of the male sex hunts up a new list
of best girls for the season. At the
present moment, for no very definite
reason, the air is full of rumors ol
an approaching election. Our mora
Ing and evening daily contemporaries are talking to each other in a
most improper way, vague hints nre
reported to have heen dropped by
various public men and are being en
larged upon by men who are not
j quite so publike but would like to be,
and, most ominous sign of all, .lohn |
Oliver is sliding around the Province
with the same feverish activity—hut
not the noiselessness-of a lump of!
butter on a hot plate. The Week'
has no Information, accurate or oth-.
erwfse, to contribute to the existing
state of things. This much ia certain, if there is any provincial election pending, it is more likely that
its principal issue will be something
very important connected with railways. There is one other thing that
is very certain, and that is that the
present Provincial Government will
be returned to power. Their record
since they assumed the reins of office
iu 1903 has beeu a magnificent one,
and productive ol great prosperity
and advancement throughout the
province. Tbeir tusk has not been
an easy one. for they had to rectify
the mistakes ol Incompetent predecessors, but the Work has been very
thoroughly done The) have earned
the confidence <>f the people ,.i this
province, ami the confidence ol the
Hillside world ol imet>tmeat and
finance Thej will have theh sure
and certain reward when the voters
mark their ballots Victoria ttteW
0*	
its o cinch     that Dr   Cook's book
will be a belter seller than Peary's,
Thc detailed account ,,i his thrilling
struggle to gei back to civilisation
when he and his two faithful EQakimoS.
destitute of supplies, ammunition and
fuel, lived the life of primitive cave
men, wilt make a narrative ol ah
lorbing Interest,
Having sailed north in a ship u.im
ed after the man who, according to
Dooley a:.- "alone in Cuba,' ntttur-
all)  Peary insisted on being alone at
The  Hudson Pulton celebration h,u.
not been In vain    Among New York's
varied and manifold resources it has
revealed   thirty-eight      bagpipers,   all
1 Scots.
The tarifl    duty on     imported Chinese Josses     raises a   question as to
: whether it  is a home manufacture or
a religion it is sought to protect.
Visitors to the city are respectfully
; requested not to mistake the Government building for     the   home of the
f Hoard of Trade.
j    The difference   Is  that  the  Maureta-
i nln smashes records without sacriiie*
ing lives.
ing on Its own Hoe One kitchen-bed-
sitting-room. Suit family of nine.
Southern exposure on four sides.
Wanted-Great Northern Hotel,
Peary Avenue, night porter; hours
September to March, nix months'
holiday annually; Protestant, sober;
steep out; salary to t-mitahle man
two walrus tusk-, and eight dried pan
guin per month.
OaO any lady recommend single
handed housemaid for small family
in iee cave; must help with fur repairing,    but  all  thaw in-;  sent  out.
Blubber—For Indegwtlon try our
Pasteui tied Jersey Whale Itluhbei;
no cooking required, sold only In
tW0*P0Qd  blocks.
Candles—Tbe most suitable present;
used as an illununant one ol otn can- '
fully matured tallow candles If
Used as un illnminant one ol odl cau I
dies will maintain a one candle-power I
light until consumed, if used as al
condiment it will supply more than
three times as much nourishment km
an  equal   bulk  of whaieboue
TO  UKNT
B loomed I'uiu-t*, sloes to thi
new school Electric light, watei audi
'phone    Apply
LOUTS HILTON,
North Kud Van HorM Ave
|   Professional   |
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HARVEY,   McCARTER,
a.m.   MACDONALD,
Hamsters uml Solicitors,
ORANBROOK,  B.O.
**m*
SUCKERS
well
•nd they Keep you
dry while you art,
wearing them
SOLD BY THE
BEST DEALERS
EVEIYVHERE.
smu Csmkm sSu.Cmk C» .hi Wm. Ca»
W. F. CURD,
Darrlsler, Solloltor, etc,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
G,  II    I HOMPSON,
lliu'i'iator, Solictor, and
Notary fubllo
IHli,v    Ki'isl UllUUIllgS,
CRANBROOK, B.O.
|,   I.  LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer uml
B.C   I .mul Surveyor,
CRANBROOK, B.O,
I'.n  ii..x Wfl Phono 888,1
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!! Dr. i:. W. Connolly
Physician and Sobqbon
Unlcci Ai'iUBtrony  Ave        J I
HOURS
S Ul 11  ,1 Ul      '.' IU 4 |l Ul IU S 11 111.
Pliana OIBoe 106.   Rosldenoe 10H
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CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREAfiLES
Ment every I'rluay ui 8 p.in
Visiting   Brotnei's  Coi'dlnlly    Invited
P,   W.   Revet,   W   Prenldnt
Wm.    Anderson,    Secretnry.
Aorle Phyalolan, P. 0, Hox 28.
|. W. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V.,   V.S.,
Graduate    ,,i     (iiiiai'iu    Veterinary
College, Toronto, In l»us.
Qrntiunteanil ModalUI of MoKllllpVet-
evlnary CoUngo, Chicago, 111., In »«H)
Registered     member     ol     British
Columbia   Association.
ILL CULLS NIGHT . 0»V PROMPTLY 'TTCNDEO TO
s.ini,-.
Have ynu seen the comet?
!    Minister   And     the   child's
madam?
Mother (firmly,)—Name him Freder-
irk Itnhert Cook Peary Smith. I am
not going tn take any ehances.
AKTIC ITEMS
(London Punch.)
Tourist—The tourist season opened
early this year, our first visitor ar-
rlving on April o. It will be remembered thnt lant year the rush for the
Pole commenced on April 21.
To Let- The North Pole (just of!)
old-fashioned    snow bungalow stand-
ANCIENT ORDER I1 FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 1S43
Meets is Carmtl's Hall Urn aid 4th
Thursday ol each moata at t p.m.
sharp.
A.  tlt'Coval, Chlel   Ralger.
0. A. Abbott, Secretary.
TisltiBf Bretbrea made welcome.
McVITTIE & PARKER
P.l.S. & (I.E.
ORANBROOK, B.C
Welcome Words to Women
Women -Abu m-Hci wiili disorder* peculiar ia tbeir
•ex kbuulJ write lo Dr. fierce .md receive free tbc
tJvicr of * phyatclan ol' over -tu yeiri1 experience
—■ -ikilled mid auccei'-rul s-.cciili->t in tbt divt-licft
•f women, luery letter uf til is lOrl lltii thi aiuit
Mrelul CMiikideriiiuii mul is re^nrited at ilcrcdU
•unliJetitiat. Mtnv leruilively mode-it women write
tally lu Dr, Pierce wlmt (bey wuulJ khrink fruni
lellint tu iheir lui-al pli-cicinii. I'lie lu««l physic,un
U prettv »ure tu ki) that he cum-.it do aaythinj
without "an evamiimitoii." Dr. 1'i.ice uold» that
these Jisiaiiftnl etmiiin-itiimB are -{eaerally ueed-
Lt-M,   and   that   itu wtmiau,   except   iu   rare   ««««»,   kbuuld   aultuilt   lu   them.
Ur. Pierce'* trcdtuieul will curt yuu right in 1I1-1 ui-it*ttv ul'
-fuur own Uutiic. His ** tellurite PraewrlptMo" lnu vurcd
liuudrcatk  of  Uii.u-.-w.dk, auiiid uf than  tfca warat of eaaaa*
It it the l
bhyiiciaii
mfredietit ..<<
tiuu.      \o jl
uluui medici
with vour In
\. Pierce, 1'
r iii.-iMcine of id V.in-1 tit* is. the product uf a regularly graduatatl
Ihe .in1., tme -Jo..J .-iiuii-ti tbac ilk uiakeik dare to prim iti every
i lb uutildc wrapper,    Tiiera'i no seertcy.   It wilt bear examine-
nj nu liiliil'foriiiiii'j drugi .tre luinid tu it.    Some uuscrup-
len may uller you i subbtlitittt,    Duo', take it.    Duu't trila
Write to World    Diapftutary Mediua A^auuiutiuii. Dr. K.
>ti   l.uliilo   :\. > .     ink? tuc advice received and be wall.
Francis Edward
Corrison
Bamlninsii'i' Crunbr , i ii i  Kami
Chulnnastei1 Knox h>iv»hvt«rlui
Cliiir"li
Late Han,In,:,.i,,i  Hi- Mar-i, . i:,,,,i
IV.  I'n.ili,.,..
TE.ACHER    OF
Violin, lluiijn. iluilar, Mandolin
and      Standard      Inslni nls
Orchestra    Furnished
Phone 153, CKANUKOOK, B.C.
ra^
Tax Sale Notice
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Taxes in the Fort Steele Assessment District,
Province of Ilritish Cnlumhia
OFFICE   »T   McKINSntVS   LIVERY BARN
CRANRKOOK, R.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sieam Boilers and Furnaoe Wofk a
Spoolalty.
Cost and Stock Kstimalea
furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.
W.  R.   BEATTY
Undortakei',
Kinbalincr,
funeral Dlveotor,
CRANRROOK, R.C.
NMM,W4M<WMiMim*MMitMMn
Rocky Mountain Chapter
no. lafi. K. a. M,
Regular meetlugs:-iluci Tuesday In eaeli month at eight
o'olook.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially Invited.
W. P. FBEKZR,       Scribe E.
Box 2(12       CKANUItOOK, B. 0.
Calgary   cattle   Co.
Fresh  nnd Suited Meats,
Pish nnd Poultry in seuson.
LOTS    OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS JUST  ARRIVED
(■liters by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
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MAPLE [Uf H[KUI LODGE
Masts svsry sscond and fourth
Wsdnosday at nsw Fratsrnlty
Mall. Sojourlng R.bikahs cordially Invited
NO. Miss I,. M. Tannhauser
Hcc.    Miss Mar Ohapman.
I IIBHEDY iilVK NOTICE thai  oh Tucsdoy, lath ol Ootolier, A.D, HUM   at the hour ol  ten o'clock'in the
loron i, nl  the Court   House, Cranbrook, ll. 0., I shall offer lor sale nt Public    Auction,    the lands In the
list hcrelnaltei set out, ,,i the persons In the said lim hereinafter set out lor   delinquent   taxes unpaid by thc
~iml persons nn ili^   '.lsi   day ol  December, rum, „,„i f,,r intereat, ijnBts and expenses, including the cost nl
advertising said sale, il not sonnet  paid.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
For s reliable local salesman re
presenting Canada's Oldesl and
OrsateBl Nurseries In Crnnhrook ,,n,i
adjoining i ounl i v
Thr popularity ol our stnek whi.h
is giuwu un llmestono soil, mnklag
„ui trees mil hiiBhes banllei' uml
longer-lived Llinn r,,Msi grown stock,
i. acknowledged I.v eiperleaceil h'lill
growers,
We iimks i, specialty ol growing
stock for British Columbia anil ship
>n carload to thai province
A     pelinnnenl      SltllntlOD   I,,   (Il'IiI
man, with territory reserved,
Pay   weekly;  free  ,,nlfil     Wills  ful
particulars,
Stone & Wellington
I-'iiNTIIIU,  NIHtHKItlKH
T0HONT0 ONT
(Licensed by b. 0, Oaverament.j
NAME i iF PERRON A8REHHEI)
Ann,lil, Oeorge 	
Douglas, Oeorgs .
Douglas, Oeorge
Arnold, Elisabeth      .............
Ijine, Unrry 	
1,1,11,-,  Hittinii  It.
Howard, Aubrey K
Hill,,n.   IImIiciI   R
THK l.l.-iT ATiOVB MENTIONBI)
SHORT DBRORIPTION OE PRO
PBRTY
iil«f« I Ml ■ll«ll!llll,laUtl
DELINQUENT TAXES.
Taxes School Interest Cost ft Total
Expenses
Rinltli, A   I.
Rates
Lot i,Ti. Oroup i,in-, Kootenay Ills-
trict, 820 iiitcii     7.li8 ,ar,        12.00   10.nil
.Lot '.Hiii,, Oroup one, Kootenuy in
trict, ICO acren    fko .'it        2.00   7.112
.Lol 7iiIk. Oroup 1,in-, Knnt.eniiy District, ICfj ncros   a.M .is        2.00 11.14
l.i.l  11304, Oroup mil',  K,„ilenay DiN
trict., 77 ncros    11.110 27        2.00   r,.s7
..Lot 2IIHH, Oroup ime, Kootonay Di«-
trlct, 22 ncros    4M .is        2.00   ii.ik
Lol ,'ioM. Oroup one, Kootonny dln-
Irli'l, illir, nrii'H     M.4II    I.Mil 3.91 2.110   112.14
.1,1,1 .'mi,'.). Oroup one, Kootonny Hi'
trict, SG.n acres  24.80  s 411 3.50        2.110  35.20
Huh Lot 17 Ol Lot 4501, Oroll|> nlli',
Kootonny  District, 850 «Mno
ni'lea     88.06 HM 2 00   114.55
.Mill, Lot 24 nl Lot 45'.I2, Ornlip nne,
Kootenny   Di»trirt, 163 11:11110
acres      2120 t.sr,        2 nn  24 75
$5.00 CASH
AND
$3.00aMONTH
Good Dlarimal For Cash
gUPLC   J.- ^.STRONC
Haled nl Oranbrook, II   r ,
7th duy ol aeptember, A.D., 1989.
ALFRED. 0, NELSON,
Deputy Assessor aad Collector.
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ALSO SECOND HANI) MACHINES
FOR SALE CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
GEO. B POWELL, Agent
Aniifltrniif Av*Dtie.
Phone 156. Cranbrook, B. C.
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H    W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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On  Baker tieet, one door west
ol  Messrs. Mill & Co., the only
place   in   town   that   can   make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Rubber Dollar   Store
C W. VanWOBMER, Proprietok
HANSON AVENUE      ■     •      CRANBROOK, B.C.
We Buy Everything
HORSES, STOVES, new and second hand FURNITURE.   CROCKERY   and  WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what we have In stock at prices that
will surprise you. A visit to tho Dollar store will con-
vinco you that we have the goods, and can save you
fifty per cent on any goods purchased.
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We Buy and Sell Fur Clash
Steel Range
l-'resh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
of the oven door, and the
cooking* fumes carried out
through another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows ln
illustration.
show method f|%%j^
S~of ventilation.) -; ' "'''
^ The air in the
oven ia always
kopt pure. The
natural flavor
of   every
article is
completely
retained
Everything
tastes most
dellolouu.
FREE
Booklet
on request.
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MCCLARYS
FOR BALE BY P1TMORK BROS.
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Cranbrook Electorial District
objection li i> been made to tho retention ou the Register
the following names; any voter objected lo or any voter on his
heard at the Oourl of Revision to be hold at the Court  House
on Monday tlio Hrst day of November, Hnn at ten o'clock lu the
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Barderatone,  Ur	
Bambrlob,  Hober
Hanibrirk.   .Ion	
Hunks.   Albert   	
llliinilstor,   \ ictor
limber,    Bklwawl   	
Barclay,   William   	
Barnard, Thomas Aritnir ..
llnn.es.   Oh»s	
Barnes, Frank lie".  Barney
Ilnrnett,  ,l„lin   	
Ilnrney,   OlilTord   Aunslus
Itnron,  Robert   Stewart  —
Burr,   Thomas  Oeorge   	
Barrond,   Fordlnend	
Barns, William Joseph 	
Baxter,  Shlpman	
Bayea,   Huuti 	
Bayne,   Alexander  ...
Beaciiam,  Havelock 	
Beaile,  Willinm  	
Bealtie,   Fred	
Beuttio.   oeorye   	
Boaumond,  cvniio 	
BeCK,   Henry   .Inines   	
Belungee,   Ornnt  	
Bolton,  John  Joan's
Benedict,   William	
Bennett,    Oeorge   	
Benson,   John   	
Benvdlo,  Archie  	
Bergeron,   Albert   	
Bernier,  Frank   xnvler
Berthlaume,   Jean   Itnl'tM''
Bortrand,  Honore 	
Besovl, Fetor	
Bessette, DemaBe 	
Bessetto, Joseph ,	
Billings.   Morton   Dennis  .
Biruey, Thomas Wiley  	
BlacK, Adam Alexander
BiueK, Itchert John
Blane,   David   	
uiundin,   Oslas  	
lloag,   John   —
lloily. Joseph	
Bolvln,   Victor  	
Bonauiler.   John   	
Bonnardol,   Albert  	
Bothwlck,    Alexander
Boitoiiiley.   Allen  	
Bourio,   r'niil	
Bovill.   William   	
Bowall,   btenly  	
Bowers.   Britain   	
Bowie, Alexander Ooorga
llnwlanil,   Oharlos   	
Bowlatld,  Oharlos  	
BciwnoSB,   Fred  	
Bovee,  Mirlinll   Fetor   	
BoVhi,   John   ....
Urn,llev.  Arthur
Urndlev.   .Inines 	
Branch,   Henry   	
Brault,   Vital   	
llremner,   tlet.rge   	
Bretnner,  J„lui  Uu.iiini
Brewster.    Ilolierl   .Inines
Bridges,   William   	
Urklgotl,  Frederick  	
Britain,   .lenii   llni'in   	
Bristow.   Oliver	
Brogan, John  Waller
Brooks.    John   	
Brooksbnnk.   Arthur   	
Brotherton,  Ralph  	
Broussenn.   t'leophas   	
Brown,   Patrick 	
Brown,   Percy   Moore   	
Brown,    Thornfinnson   	
Bruce,   Haldol   Mclvoi'
Buchau,   Johu   S	
Buick.   Jumes	
Bullock,   William   	
Bundv,   Oeorge   	
Burke,   William   	
Burnett, John	
Burneston.   Georgu   	
Burton,  Albert   James ...
Bryne,  Jobs  Francis  .
Caldwell.   John  ....
Ualey,   Oeoree   James   	
Callahan,    Edward  	
Callahan.   Michael   	
Callin,  Thomns Allien     ■
Cameron.   Ban	
Campbell.   Anthony   	
Campboll.   Demos	
Campbell.    Donald   	
Campbell.   Donald   A	
Campbell.   John	
Campbell.   Johu   Alexin,,!,,,
Campbell.   John   Alex.   (
Campbell,   Joseph   	
Campbell.   Myles   ..............
Campbell.   William  Welsh
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Cnnlleld.   John	
Cuiitlu,   FMiuund   	
Carded,   Honry   	
Carmichnel,   Archer   .
Cnr.on,   Henry   	
Carpenter,   Wilfred  	
Carrara,   Frank   	
Carruthers,   Jnmes  	
Carter, Frederick 	
Carlor,   John  Flunk 	
Carter.   Otis   	
Oartwrlgnt,  ltouum 	
Ohaddock, William...........
Chalmers,  James  Huttl,
ChnmpaK'10.   Dave   	
Obarbonoau,   Harry   	
Chartler,   Telespluue
Chnrlrnud,   Arslno  l.oiils
Churtrniid.   Heury  	
Obllleliils.   Adelnrd   	
Chollow,  W,Ilium  	
Choicoyne, Mnrtln
Chlsholui, Alesund,
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Clllshnlm,   Ooorge   km«
OlllBbolm,   K ieth
I'lilsln.lm.   Willinm   Nelson
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Clark,   Alfred   Turner   ..
Clark,   Italian   .	
Claydon,   Joseph   	
Clayton,  .lames	
Clayton.   Heelnnld	
Cleary.   William	
Clermont,   Noe     ■-	
Cohoou.   F.nsley   Itatwll   	
Colniau,  John   	
Colpmau.   William	
Colsly,   Petre	
Comrle.   Alexander  Ross
Conoier.   Clnrenre   Fenlinnud
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Cook,   Alunsou   Cnnulii"   	
Cook,   Bunrrolt   Plerponl
Cookwell.   F.nrnest	
Coonev.  Ooorgo  lidwunt  	
Corbel t,   llllhert	
Oorbett.  Wulter  Smith  	
Corcoran,  Is-wis  W	
Corlstln.   Joseph   	
Oormo,  William  	
Cote.   Joseph    ■	
Cote,  Marie Joseph  	
Cote,   million   	
Ootoy,   Chnrles	
Cuidomtie,   FuTnest	
Coutur,,.   .lolin	
Oowun.   Aloxnnoor   	
Cosutotto,  Ouisoppo  	
Croutr.,   Oilier	
Crosbv,   ltols-rt   	
Crowe,   Fre.l   Willinm   	
Crowther,  John   Willi	
Cnlllnn,   Fslwurd  Tluimna
Culllon,   John   	
CummiiiKS,   Altnsl     	
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Currie.   Areloliald   	
Cvr.   Henry
Daley,  John    .
Dnrvle,  Jnsopll
Dallas,  William
Dnndiirniid,   Arthur  Josolih
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817   Oaudrrau.   Louis   	
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- Mill foreman
... Farmer
Teamnter
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Miner
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Baker
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...nrakeman
... Lumberman
....Firt'miin
...Miner
...Millhnnd
....Accountant
...Engineer
....Lumberman
.Lumberman
.1. P. ARMSTRONG,
Dulotl :il ('I'tiiibi'ook this llli tiny ol' October, 1009 Uogisirnr of Voters
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Fort Steele
Assessment District
I hereby fclvo notice tlmt nn Monday tlie llrst day ol November A. 0. 19011, at tbe hour of twelve o'clock
lu the folienpon, nt the Provincial Government olllccn, Cranbrook. I sliall offer for sale at public miction
the niinei'fil clainis in tbe list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants have issued for tuxes remaininK
unpaid nnd delinquent hy. said persons on ibe 30th day of June A, U. 1909 and for costs and expenses of
!.nle.   If tbe total amount due is not sooner paid.
1,1ST    ABOVE    MENTIONED
mlHsioner of l.ondH ami Works at \ Iv
lorla, li. *'.. for permixflloii lo |uin.'lmne
Uie t'l.iinvvinu desrrilvcd lands in Mnsl
Kooleniiy:— Coniuioiiriiij,' it .ue north-
tv.'^i Luniei' ol TJmi.er IJeonce So. yo,-
ooo ami running south l'io -Iiains to ihe
south-west corner of T. I.. No, •jo.oon
thenee west ini chains, thonco north
L'.o chains, 4hoi.ee east 20 eiiuiiiH to the
pl.ioe nf conunonceniont, t-oiit.iinlng .12"
acres, mora or loss.
WII.UAM   J.   i.l.C'.IIY.
Date.1 Oetober 7th  I0QJI. 41-17
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September 29th. A. D., lW
CRANBROOK  I.AMi  DISTRICT.
Dlfltrtcl nf tiuat Koutanay
TAKE Soiice uuii   !    \\    li     Davl*
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north .-.t-i cornei  ..i  l,..t   \., -"ia il an
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A. C. NELSON,
Deputy Assessor and Collector,
Fort Steele Assessment District
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John   11,,1,,'iisoit.    Aiji'iu.
URiNBIIUOK LAND OlBTRICT       B"«l  '-•'i'1 •"'  :"'    i'"''' +> •»"
lli-ttl'irt ,,f Kit-,1  Kniilrniiy
LAND NOTICK.
Notice in hereby given that I, Geo.
Wilttou, accountant., sixty days' alter
ilato lntewl to apply to the Chief
l.'otunitstiioner ot Lands nml Works at
ictoria, lor permission, to purchase
the following described lnnds in Knst
Kootenay.
Commencing at a post planted nt
the south west corner ol lot 59711,
thence running south about 50 chnins
to timber license No. 21582, thence
east 40 cbains, thence north to lot
5970, thence west to place of begin
nlng.
Oeorge Wilson.
Dated August 20, 1909. 25-9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenny.
Take notice tbat the Crothers Lumber Company, Limited, ol Craubrook,
occupation, lumber company, intends
to apply for permission to purchuse
the following described lands, Com
meucing at a post planted nt the
north west, corner of timber license
.111554, theuce west lorty chains, thence
south twenty live chains, tbence eusl
lorty chains, thence north twenty-live
chuins to place of beginning.
Crothers Lumber Co., Ltd.
J. V. Bridges, Locator.
Dated August 20, 1909. 36-D
ORANBROOK   LANH  DISTRICT.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kooteuay.
thenr,,     ti..nl.      ISO I.KI-.   \..itt..     Unit   'll",   tl,lit,       tl.i,
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CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT |"'b"    thence nnrth   ISO I     i .,.,.,1   vnrth-en»l      rnlliei     "I      'I'linlit'i'
  i..-. ..si   ,i...   sixteen  cliniii.  to   [.niiit   j.j ,.   %,,,   p(j|;|   ,   n,„ L,   nnrth   111
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CRANBROOK LANi DISTRICT
liistiiri ,,f Haul Kootenny
.. ,,.!■    I.l.'l   .HI I' ■   loss.
11,11 I nlllt   \I    I'liMIH'K
-..,.i   am    limn ii-i"
Dlutrlct of Bast Kootenuy.
Take notice that Jacob Plus Fink
of Oranbrook, II. C, occupation mer
chant., intends to apply lor permls
sion to purchase the following des
crilied lauds : Commencing nt a post
planted at the southeast corner ol
lot 7317: thenre south nil chains
thence west 40 chains; thence north
liO chuius; Ihenee east 40 chains to
the place of the commencement.
Jacob IMus Kink.
Dated August 20, 1909. 85-9
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CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlcl nl Kootenny.
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CRAMinOOK  LAND lil^TRh'T
Dintriii ut Must Kootenay
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OIUNBIHOOK LAND DT8TRI0T
IHstitct. of Kouleimy.
ollntvlntt   .JiWl.V..'.riaii..V TAX-K   SnUm  Hint   I    V.illiiiiu .1    uipk-
i:i.'.i   thirty   0yf.| CumuH*iH.Jji.y ai     j posl pluuied    at. tin   ory, inteint   tu apply to wns Chief 06m-
OANOJ3l.l»iVTrON OP  UKHl'ltVIO.
—» —
Notice In hereby «Iviiii Hint the ie
nerve on lot 4,h.io, 0. I, Kootenny
District, nollce nf which henrlnff dntc
nf Kt'liniiiry thi' 8rd, VMV.t, wiih pnli
Hulled in the DHtlsli Oolumbin dim
ette nf February 4th, !9fl.», Ik cnncell
i-il, ln «n Im iin the mihl lieiwrvo pre
ventfl tin- neqiilKlun nf riniit IhikIk hy
prr-cmptnrM, under the proviHlonn nf
Bcutlon 22 ot the I.nnd Act.
ItOBERT A. RRNWirK,
lieputy  ('OmmiSHlnner of  hnnds.
Lands DrpuHrnont,
Victoria, B.C., Au*n»t 3, Via*. 86-12
t'KANHItoolv LAND DISTRICT
KuKt Kootenay, Southern Division
Take notice that Walter 11. McFur-
lnne of ('rnnbrook, B. I'., nceupntion
merchant, intends to npply for permission to purchase the following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted about 10 chains nnrth nf the
southeast corner of hit 84115, thenco
east 2h chains ; thence south 20
chains ; thence eaiit. 20 chains; tbence
south 50 chains; thence west 40 chnins
thence north 70 chains to the place
of commencement, containing 240
acres more or less.
Walter Bruce McKnrlane.
Dated, July 24th, I90!l. 84-9
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
TAKE notice that I, Oliver Kthel
bcrt Barber, of Cranbrook, occupation chemist, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands. Commencing at a
post planted (10 ehuins south and 20
chains east nf the southwest corner
of Lot No. 2.178, thence west 20
chains; thence north t>0 chnlns tn
St. Mary's river more or l>ss, thence
down stream tn point due nontli oi
place of commencement) Llienee i.iith
to place nf Conimenoo'iuiii".
Oliver BStholbert Barber, locator
Dated August 29th   IftOB. "'*
COAL   AND   PlfiTltOl.KUM NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 110
days after dale 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of hands and Works for a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum on
the following described lnnds, situate
in Flathend, Block 4598, district of
east Kootenay, province or British
Columbia ; commencing at a post
situated two miles South ami one
mile east uf the southenst corner post
of lot SliliH, tbence soutb 80 cbains ;
thence eust 80 ehuins, thence north
HO chains, tbence west 80 cbains to
place of commencement, containing
i.4U acres.
Locator, Kdwurd 0, Moe
Agent, D. A. Cute.
Witness, ('. M. Conway.
Dated July 24th, 1909. 83 f.
ORANBROOK hAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
. TAKE notice that I, Edward Bl-
'• well, of Cranbrook, occupation Real
i Estate agent intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:■— Commonclng at a
post planted at tbe intersection of
the east, boundary of hot No. 331
group I with the south boundary of
of tbe right of way of the British
Columbia Southern railway, thence
south (ih chains; thence cast 20
chnins; thence south 20 chains.;
thence east 40 chains; tbence north
tiO chains more ur less to the southern buundary of thc British Columbia Southern railway right of way;
thenee following said southern boundary westerly 00 cbains more or less'
to the point of commencement. I
Kdwurd  Klwell,  locator.
Dated   September 21st  1909. 39
CRANBROOK hAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay
TAKE notice tbat sixty days after
date, I Robert, Muc.lnnuld nf Wyclfllc
occupation bookkeeper, intend loap
ply for permission In pnt'dinse the
following  described   lauds:
Commencing at a pnst planted at
the Sotltll west curner nl' hut No.
5985, thenee north (40) forty clinlns,
thence west (Mi tliirty-flve chains,
Lhcncr Hollth (40) forty chuius, thenre
east (85) thirty live chains tn puint
of commencement, containing in all
about (140) nite hundred and forty
acres,
Robert  Macdnnabl.  Locator,
Oeo. N. Tninilsnii.  Agent.
Dated Sept. 4.  1909. 37
TO RENT.
On Craiibronk street,     near    Hyde
street, a twir room cottage partially
furnished*   Apply on the premises.
WATER     NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an application will be made under
l'art V, nf the Water Act 1909, to
obtain a licence in the Crunbrook
Water District.
(a I The mime, address and occu
i pant nf the applicant.: The Municipal
Corporation nf ibe City nf Oranbrook
Cranbrook, B. 0.
lb) The name uf Ibe stream from
which water is proposed to be dellv
orod: Cola Creek, a tributary of
Kootenay Uiver in the District ui
Kootenay,
'et The puint nt diversion: In the
neighborhood ol the Eight mile pust
uf ibe Eastern buundary of hot Nu.
4.V.H, Oroup I, Kootenay District.
(ill The quantity ol wnter applied
for:   hi cubic inches per second.
lei Tbe character of the proposed
works: Reservoir, dams, ditches,
pipes aud Humes.
(ft The premises on which the
water is to be used: The City ul
Oranbrook and vicinity.
(g) The purpose nf the prnposcu
user:   City water supply.
(hi The area nf Crown land inten
ded tu be occupied by the proposed
works: None except public roads and
streets.
(I) The boundaries and area of the
Municipality: Commencing at. the
South East corner uf Block No. HI*.,
ia the City of Cranbrook according
tu n limp or plan tiled in the hand
Registry Office at Nelson, B. C, us
No. 009, thence East along Kiiins
Street in Ibe said City, to Eberts
Avenue; thenee NoMli along Eberls
Avenue to Edwards Street; thence
Wesl along Edwards Street to hum:;
den Avenue, North along hiiiiisden
Avenue tn tbe Intersection uf hums
den Avenue and Harold Street, tbence
West and North West along HftfOhl
Street tu Vunlluiii Street, Ihenee iu
a South Westerly direction along Van
Horn Street to ibe Intersection uf
Van Horn ami Kains Street, the
placo nf beginning:.
iji The approximate number of In
habitants nf tbe Municipality is.
8,000.
(k) This notice was posted nu the
llth day nf September, 1999, and application will he made In the Com
mlssloner nn the 25th day of October
1909, at. the hour of 2 o'clock in Ihe
afternoon, local time.
; FOR SALE AT THR ORANBROOK
DRUG AND BOOK STORES
tl) Tbe name and addresaes of any
riparian proprietors or licensees who,
or whose lands are likely to be affected by the proposed works either
above or below the outlet: British
Columbia Southern Railway Company, Calgary, Altn., East Kootenay
Lumber  Company,   Limited,   Jullray,
B. ('.,  .fames Steele,   Crunbrook, B.
C, F. R. Morris, Craubrook, B. O.,
Malcolm B. Heath, Crunbrook, B.C.,
The Robinson McKenzie Lumber Company, Limited, Cranbrook, B. C,
.1. W. Robinson, Cranbrook, B. O.,
William MeKenzie, Cranbrook, B. G.
Water Supply Company, Limited.,
Craubrook, B. 0.
WITNESS tbe Corporate seal of
the Municipal Corporation of the
City of Cranbrook und the hands of
its Mayor aud City Clerk.
Seal) Municipal Corporation ol
the City of Cranbrook.
J. P. Fink, Mayor,
T. M. Roberts, Olty Clerk
Form approved. Notice is to be
posted at the City Clerk's office,
Cranbrook, B. C, Government Agents
office, Cranbrook, B. C, aud on the
highway opposite the mill of the
Rnbinsnn McKenaie Lumber Company
Limited., about two and one halt
miles East of Crnnbrook, B. 0.
Dated this llth day of September,
1909.
.1. F. ARMSTRONG,
Water   Commissioner,
Cranbrook Water District.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Eaat Kootenay.
Tuke aotlce that I, Anne Melville
heauk, occupation married woman,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase one hundred and sixty acres
nt land, bounded as follows : Commencing at a post planted at the
sotitlioust corner of lot 8435, and
tbence 48 ehuins west, tbence south 40
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains.
Anne Melville Leask, Locator.
H. Melton, Agent.
Dated AugUBt 21st, 1909. THE I'ltOB I'KC'roK,    IJUANUHUUK,    It.    P.,   SATI'ltliAY     OCTOBER
1009
1'AtJR  9
|CANT BE BEAT FORI
WEAR OR FOR STYLE
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NlcPherson's fCinderella
Boots   1
FOR
Men
Boots
FOR
Ladies
-Procurable only at-
Q. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP
Cranbrook, -
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B.C.
*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*% m%m%mmm%i
ttm,wwtnmnpwtnn»»wti»wi
62^c per acre cash and 62^c
once each year thereafter
secures to you a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM
in the British Columbia Southern; Columbia and
Kootenay and Western Railway Company's Land
Grants. These lands are eminently suited (or the
raising ol
FRUIT,   GRAIN   OR   STOCK
and may be purchased on these EASY TERMS
Irom
THE
Canadian   Pacific  Railway
who are looking lor settlers for this part
Timber Lands of the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered lor sale in blocks of Irom
640 acres upward.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
k Guests Comfort a Specialty  Good Stabling In Connection
Hut
were quite successful la bringing
hack a lot ot fine specimens ol the
leathered tribe, but report that they
could find no trace ol the wild man,
who was reported to he at large.
Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommodations   for   this   public   unequalled in
Crunbrook.
HOGGARTH ft ROLLINS
and Cold Baths Proprietors
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EAST   KOOTENAY
(DISTRICT LOCAL NEWS)
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FERNIE.
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
The boilers tor the Power Plant nre
expected to arrive Monday.
A crow ot hears did an assessment
on the grub pile ol the Pernle conl
syndicate that control a bunch ol
conl lands near the North Kootenay
Pass in Alberta Tbo cotnnitBsinliat
formation wns pockety nnd pinched
out.
The Great Northern will run a
special excursion to Dayncs Lake on
October 17th, leaving at 10 a. ni. and
returning at 5 p. m., the regular rate
being reduced to tare and one-third.
The object ol the excursion ia to make
tho pcol-t) ot Pernle more familiar
with the big fruit country which la
opening to the south of us. Refresh-
ments will he served at the elub
house.
DISTRICT LEDGER.
Harry Gorrle ahot a mountain goat
at Aldrieh Creek, weighing about 400
pounds last week, and David and
Matthew Gorrle shot a line doer at
Jaffray,
Excavation for the new Royal Hotel has been started at the corner ol
Cox and linker streets.
A Mounted Police officer was up
here on Wednesday to get aottie lei-
low the local police had nnhhed and
who was wanted ln Alberta.
All tlie papers nre speaking very
highly of the Ban Francisco Opera
company which plays here on the 13.
They arc old favorites with Fernie
and chould have full bouse audlenee.
MOYIE LEADER
A street fakir held fotb last Tues-
day evening and disposed of the usual amount of Junk. As la always
the cue several were hypnotised by
the smooth talk and were "atunf."
One shift at tbe Bt. Eugene concentrator was laid oil the first ol
the month, but It li the opinion
this arrangement li only temporary.
The mill la run from U midnight
until s In tbe morning, and from 8
In the morning until 4 ln the afternoon, and all repair work Is done
from 4 in the alternoon until li
midnight. Ten or 15 men were laid
oil on account ol the change.
Fire broke out ln the dry room nt
tbe International Hotel shortly attar
midnight Saturday and the building
wns gutted. The Ore brigade turned out promptly and did good work.
Messrs. Taylor A Bonner estimate
the loss at 1350. The lire Is supposed to have caught from a candle
burning through the candlestick and
dropping to the floor. Several
miners lost all their change of
clothing.
MICHEL REPORTER.
A horse was killed la No. 8 mine
on Saturday.
Horses irom the mines at Morrlt-
aey, have been shipped la for use
here.
The telephone linemen ban been
steadily at work, aad tt wont be
long till we hear a local "Hallo."
Tenders for the construction of the
waterworka here will be called lor
nut week.
Tbe autumn tint* on th* mountains add great beauty to the scenery throughout thtPaaa.
The farmers of th* Elk have bad
excellent cropa this season and tb*
vegetable* an very plentiful. All
their product* find a ready marktt
bar*, and there la a (Mary demand
for mora.
here as to the claim that certain
members of Capt. Dernler's crew
made the Northwest passage lor the
lint time ln alxty years more than Is
contained In press despatches received from Quebec, Capt. Dernier'a report not having yet been received at
the department. The officials are
therefore somewhat in the dark as to
what Capt. Bernier claims to have
done. That the trip made was an
overland Journey is, however, perfectly clear, and this does not ol
course not constitute what Is recognised a* a Northwest passage, which
must    be made   by a    ship.   II the
route is ever to become ol value,
commercially, it must be as a wnter
route and not as a land route. It
is possible that Capt. Bernlor, ln
putting lorwurd his claim, is not
aware ol the teat ol Amundsen, the
Norwegian explorer, who some years
ago made the round trip. As near
as can he recalled here, Amundsen
came out to civilization with the
story ol bis successful trip just
about the time and possibly a little
later than tbe date of Bernier's departure lor the north. It is quite
possible, therefore, thut Capt. Dernier has never heard that tbe Northwest passage was conquered In recent years by a Norwegian.
CRESTON REVIEW
Judge Wilson, of Nelson, was shaking hands with old friends on the
station platform Monday, on bis way
east.
There has been no frost* as yet
this year to Injure the tomato cropa
at Creaton,
By an official proclamation of the
government, Monday, October 25, baa
heen not apart aa Thanksgiving Day.
Brock Moran and Billy Taylor, who
have been hunting up the Kootenay
river lor the past week, returgfd
hence on    Wednesday evening    TH»y
Frisco Optra Oomptn*
"The Oay Parldeaae," which will
be th* offering of th* Ban Francisco
Optra Company at th* Auditorium
Tuesday, October 11, wai originally
played at tb* Duke of York* Tbaatn
London, Eng., by Cbaa. Frohman.
It was th* opening piece at tbat theatre and had a rtmarkabl* successful run owing to tde many excellent
part* and It* world of humor. Miss
Lol* Frear, endeared to all Londoner*, aprang Into tarn* and fortune In
a alngle night by her work In "Th*
Oay Parlalenne". Natunlly tb* production by th* San Francisco Opera
Company ha* been brought up to
date and give* Teddy Webb the major
portion of tbe work to do, In tbe
first act he has a duett, with Mabel
Day, entitled "Tweedetdum and Twee-
dledee" tbat I* excellently well done
and the "Cock-a-doodle-doo" quartet In which Mr. W«bb 1* asaietedi by
th* Mlaaea Day and Leicester and
Will H. Smith I* a comedy scream.
Those two eonga aa far as fun 1* concerned an probably the biggest bits
of the piece, but Mabel Day'* wonderfully flexible voice Is heard to advantage In an interpolated number,
the Polonaise (rom "Mtgnon." James
Stevens "I Love thc Last one heat
of all", Is another gem as In "Shine
on Harvest Moon," sung by Georgia
Campbell, niece of May Irwin, A
fin* mechanical and electrical elect
is the moon used ln Miss Campbell's
number. Will H. Smith, the English
comedian and producer, assisted hy
the Misses Henry and Oraham, have
dancing number tbat would be a
bit anywhere. Space will not permit
of a more extended mention of the]
many entertaining features of the
Oay Parlslenne. Suffice it to state j
tbat Manager Healy clalme that It
will excell In entertaining qualities;
all former offerings of thi* really
talented company.
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I George R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
and
Contractors
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
PHONE 114 P. O. BOX SD6
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING  MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES
SCENERY UNSURPASSED
Apply to the address us shown on the attached coupon
for Maps, Application Forms, Regulations and Literature
J. S. DENNIS,
Desk 13 Asst. to 2nd Nice President,
Calgary, Alberta.
Please send me all (acts pertaining to your lands in H. C.
Interested
We wish to get you
interested iu ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR; it is
the secret of success iu bread making.     The use
of   it  gives  that  pleased  feeling   resultant from
"time well speat".
Free samples
for those
interested.
Manfd. by
Leitch Brother!
Flour Mills,
Oak Lake, Manitoba.
CAMPBELL <fc MANNING
SOLE  AGENTS.
Bamiir't Journey
Ottawa, Oct. 6.—Nothing la known i
THB PRoSPBCTOR,   ORANBROOK,    B.   0.,   SATURDAY     OCTOBER   9     1909
MODERN CLOTHDie
Wf liitvu s   Modern  Huill
I'lulllill!.' fur lUI-'ll which will Sill'
jii'lsn thi'  Iii esl   buyer.     The
t-iil, build nml satisfaction vim
will upI on I ol ll, I'm' such it Utile
nu y will  surprise yuu      We
nrt' mil ItilUhit! hoi uif. We
ii;i\,' pi'iivi'il this nuiltei 's goods
Ui.nI v.'.ir wi' iiili'tiilui't'il il Nnltl
n in tiur |i:iiinii>. iisltetl Ilium to
I..II llit.li- litlt' ithtilll the ft'MU' -
et,,|'\ itiii* wus -..itistlt'tl Nol .i
lllrli I'liiiiu mil' w;i,\      11 fin ill'
flvlill!.' jllSlilil'll    ill    I'l'i'HIIIIIII'llil
|nv Vlllll' lllll'llllllll  Iii Hill bl'lUltl
Just run your eye o*er these
Prices. You can have a suit
anil not yo about broke till
next Hay Day
Prices   $8.50.
$11.00, $15.00
and $18.00
a Suit
Burns   Bros.
The Popular Store Cranbrook, l> •'•
A.  8hanklin, is now with Patinore
Bros
tl. I'eiiibnn, ul Spokane wus in the
fity Huturility.
Nelson will hold an apple bIiow nn
November ath.
O, T   McGregor, "I     Moylo, wus ill
thc city lust Monday.
ll   K   Bentie    was al     Lothbrltlge
tins wi-i-k nn business
C, ll. McNabb, ol Waldo, mis In the     A ™tulnltt|(     wall is   bglni     I mil
city Monday. enclosing the    grounds nf   Public
i School.
Mrs. II     Ciitrden, nl Nelson wus in
u ever si'i- finer weather?
u the
Hi hurcti nl Trull wu
Tuesduy.
Eugene Cloture, uml  Edward ('lurk
ol Wiliui'i. won in Lum     mis week, I
Mr  Oloture rniit'il nt the Prospector
ofRco and renewed his subscription,  j
A despatch     [rom Ottawo    sintcs
thnt v. v  Wade, i<   a, will proba-1
My iif appointed   Lieutenant Qovern
or nf British Columbia iu n low dnys.
Vitnciuivt'i' proposes ' 'eel u nu'
mortal tu tho honor oi Onvld unpen!
holmor, a formor mayor, Mr. Oppon I
lu'Miu'i wus a well known visitor to
Riant  Kootenay In tin. early 'luys.
town Mnn,Int.
!•:   J   Roberts ,,i Spokane    wus In
' town Mondny.
!    1'   Mt-t oriuii'k. ,,f   Chicago, wus It
town Thursday
.1   w   Bennett, ,,l Pernio wuw in the
my Suiiiiiluv
]   ti   A, Mclntyre.     uml n   s   Burn i Steele i
ham, of Vancouver were    In the city
Saturday
in .1 n King, M .' P ..iul Mrs
King, returned Thuralny Irom iheji
visit in Qurope
l.ilin Wolf, loll insl  week im  Port
tignni' in business,  lie Is
siifo ihui  lln' l< '    it   mil i„, under
construction this lull, somebody told
hnu   sn
.In
l'i    s     Bonndl,
hi' cltj  Mi.ti.ln.v
,1     I'','i in
Hull'...   .in,l   Flunk   lllilinisiil
leu mi   Thursday on    n trip in thi
Born  Ai     Cranbrook,     Baturday, bow i;"""' l>r*aervo« mi the hoadwaf
OctObel   ind.   In   Ml    ..ml   Ml-     Villiul    ""    i'1     KU>   ini'l       Ml Hull's      u,
ii  Hinkley, n inn '■■'""' wnrtlon    will h'si     notices re
in     black laced   rams hands Iron
mi i ii scuti i.'ii mi Sunday
W, il Barclay, ul Clnrasholm, was last foi Sourls, Mnu., where «hi' will
ii town Saturtlay reside in the future
ll   i'   lioldrlck, ni   K .•
tho .'in Thurstlttj
Mis   i      Stevens    mil     receive ..i
Friday   October ISth
■link   Vcnables, ul   Vancottvei   ws
ii ih,' city Thursday
i'   K   Moore >■!    st   John,    S   li
ivas   n ilu- city Thursdn)
Tin-  I-',lis,,i.  Theatre  will  run stun
rattling good films tins week
Mis.       Saw VIM      ,■!       .M:. 1 >—\ ill.    nn
lopping .u Cranbrook Tuesday
\    H.,ii        .,u,i   .1    Ui'uH'i   ..;
me hit.   in i..nu Thursday
»as in u \.; Murphy, « S Roi
I' Mcintosh ,,i Winnipeg wi
Cranbrook Saturtlay
'In   lliii'li.iiiuii.      „l   ihe      Wenl
Worth Hotel uns received twn inugnl
mill it   iliini  b.nck laced nuns     heads Irora
ui the  Scotland,  which attracted consilium
hie attention    ilui'lnp, the pant week
i' K Hold, ol Vum,.ma
l.iwn this wook lie is not
in ihe real estate buslnew
was iii !     VV'ltotl   I'lli' ' m   look   OVOI   Ihe  w.ili'l
engaged   Horkti system thr CIt)  Council, ntlt'i
.mi' dt'tilierutloii,, tltH'iUod to charge n
M,   nnd Mrs   Ii   FYnaor,  Mi... ra„   ''•""'''•   "»■' '<!! ","""'   '"'"K ""ls'|1''
,,l   Hie      till   limits   .mil   using      Uie
In,iisei. nuh Lome l.uiijiui spent sun    (Vlltc| ni|. r(,nsm| f(1|   ulls ,s „„
day insi ui Wihi Horse creek parenl      wheii explanation  is given.
1'iiost living inside uf ilu' corporation
line siiiii''ft,',l     in certain     pronovty
i i Ins week ,,n business    His  urn's tu p.u  Im  municipal   Improve-
ARE TOU AWAEE?
If Not Try One of Our
Alarm Clocks
;i\c  salisfiuuion and  ait   warranted.
 $l.»0 ami $2.50
i.   13   VnnDeenr    ol Vu-i.ui.!    wu ■
■n business    His
many friends Wero pleased to see hnn
Contractors   George Lonak &   Co.,
SP0   wore busily engaged  tn building tho
foundation t>( thc new Imperial Rank
I    Bin more     nnd   A    Doyle    ol   rh,s ffwh
!  'n  s<  *«*   in l"vv'1 Kn'L'> F   Detail, Ira Tinning, nnd C   ff.
y   \l   Smyth, and  N   Chambers ol   Vun former, were     hunting     on the
I i mbroke  were  In the cit>   Tuesday    headwaters     o! the St   Mary's river'
Mt   and Mrs   John J   Ghlinger, of' 	
?ity Thursday «'■ L* Barr, ol Great Fulls, Mont..
G. phmnn ol Trail, and T Head of
N'elson were registered ,-it the Cranbrook Tuesday,
For the 99th time Since 1897 it is
once more announced thnt work on
the Kootenny Central Hail wny will
start  this fall.
ineiiis. including tin- purchase ol tho
watei works, while those living outside tin not have to pay anything
along Uns lino, Foi this reason
those outside have no grievance, sinoe
they .ui' getting the privileges und
paying altogethet less than the taxpayer  Inside nl the corporation,
Mi Mi - \    Moon     il Sew
'• -I-, wen      ■ .■.:... ■■ si tors Pri-
Mr and Mrs 1) Breckenridge of
Gardner wen Cranbrook visitors on
'!' tesday,
a   Cam
mber
■atunlay.
The     in
. ith   .-.now
of Kaslo,      Provi
pctor, was Ln     the
We Make a Specialty with Repairs ^,e.n
tors tin
If You are not Getting Every Satisfaction Try Us    M,s  ''"ii  Binmore, and miss wu j
ton of     Fnrt Steele   were Cranbrook
visitors Friday.
T. \V. Godfrey, of Victoria, nnd H. '
V Brown of Chicago, were guests nt'
the Crnnbrook   Monday.
G.  K   Gilroy,    of   Toronto,   M, S.
Hogarth, of SntHt Ste Marie, and C.
  J   Langdon of     Portland, Ore., were
otain   tops are     covered   registered at the Crnnbrook Thursday
whirl,   mattes them very     R   M      „,„„,— T„rcinto   n   E
 » {'rocker, of Bonnent   Ferry. T. Glen-
!'      I.nml. ami     A    Lund,     null  1). lieninc,  nl Deer, nnd E.  McDonnlll of
Ureckenrlilge of Wardnoi   were In  the N'elson,     were   guests at    the (Iran
( ity Monday. brook Saturday,
N Matheson, ,,l Winnipeg, and H. C. Morris and P. Valentino Imve
i'. Cotter, nf Hnmilton were in the opened n new tailoring establlshmi nt
my Wonday. next door to     The Prospector office
Mrs. T.  A   Core7~and daughter ol °" Armstroni-' "'""""'■
i'   Hat,   were  Crnnbrook   visi-     Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson return-
tors this week. led Friday evening from     an eastern
visit.       They     report having a very
pleasant holiday trip.
Rawortli   Bros,
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors Cranbrook
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THE CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
nre sold niilv l>\
The Montelius Piano House
LimitcttJ
139 - 441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WRITE   l'i ill   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE,
Branch Sun,'    p j Jost-pl;  Street, Nelson, B C,
(,    •■   Welch,   S.'llinr;  Agent, Cranbrook   m
H     H.    STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C
Business
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I THE QUM£1
STORE
(iokl Standard
I eas and Coffees
Mrs. James Plnlay entertained a |
large number uf friends at her "at
lipmc"on Friday afternoon.
H. C. linker of Nelson, nnd Colin
1'. Umwo of Vancouver, were guests
nt tin1 Cranbrook Tuesday.
A   special     emergent    assembly of
'Selkirk  Prcreptory     was held in the
Masonic Temple on  Monday evening.
It. E, Scott, of Rogina.A. J. Mott,
..f Fernie, Stanley Wharton ol Montreal, .1. Campbell, of Fernie, nml
Wm. Elliott, of Walla Walla, were
registered  nt  the Cranbrook  Friday.
floiey &
Canadian
Girl
Chocolates
*    ho-    nt   chucolato«  ii  th*
t%tway«*acccptnhte ntft 10 girl*
of a*l need. The younuctt lov*
th«m nnd no mnn vhould over
think hiH wlfft in pn»t thc chM«-
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PEACH ;iikI CONTENTA1RNT will surely reign j
in tlie honic it' you use only J
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR       f
Makes lie.I I'.rcail J
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III,. I,,..I
Kin   -,
niti'  ..ill
iliKleiliellU.
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11   -in  II111
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lirl" 1 lini'ii.
il... ilil. 1.1
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L Staple and Fancy Orocers
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I'VHR	
Foley Bros, Larson & Go.
Cdniomoi
WINNII'tR        v.i»tu»r
This
Is All
Hot Air
and we ore ready to poddlc it
in large quantities in every house
in the City. W« have just received
One Car of
Furnaces and
Heating Stoves
and whether you install a hot air
furnace or merely have a Mofint
Heater net up we
Guarantee   Entire Satisfaction
in either ense. Our workmen nre
the very best ut mechanics, imt
comment in this respect in need
less, ns the name ol McCullum
is always coupled with expert
workmanship. We have beaten nil
records in the sale of
Moffat Heaters
during   the    pnst week and   have
Come To The
Conclusion
thai the Cranbrook residents
know a good heater when they
see it, ns apart from its heutln,;
capacities (In- Moilafc Is the best
finished licntci <iu the market tu
day
Buy from us and
save money
McGaiium&Go.
The Hardware Men
Cranbrook, B. C.
UNDERTAKING
('nils  Promptly Attended
DAV ['HONK    No. I)
NIGHT PHONE  No. 286
R. H. DWYER.
Kunoi'nl    Director   uml   Km-
bnlmei',   in clinrgo.
The Latest Creations hi
r  am—■ mm — mmmmmmi^m———itat^p^p^ttHMii^Miir miitii i—
Advanced  Fall Millinery
Is What We Will Offer
Our Patrons on Monday
nth Inst. See Our Window On That Date
We have engaged for one week
the services of Monsieur Wilbert
Oxley, who is in a class by himself.
He wishes us to state that the
"Merry Widow" and "Peach Basket" styles are now side-tracked by
his creations.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE
CRANBROOK
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D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
1'ONTIIACTS SOMOITHD.
HOUSES
For   Sale or llent «t. Reasonable
rrliies.
Office* Workshop—Lewis St.
Illonp Nn. !W.
V>: ..'*.♦ i . i'i.i i.
<i>
STEWART'S
The Leading Fruit Store.
$ P.RESERVINfJ PEAfJHKR. :,-
® l'l.t:.Ms, PMAH8, OltAll- '
1, appi.es, Tokay Grapes, ••'
'?' .Melons. Tomatoes, <§.
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% IIAZRl.WOOD It'llfllKAM. •
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I HUGH STEWART !
& Aiin-ii'iuii: Ave                  I'lioni' ,s '*•
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PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers        .  .
OUR AIM la to gli-i' the i'oiiifiii't.M.','ltt't' tin' fullu&t sonsc
ul'i'iiinfi'1'1 iviili thu lonst sottBO of apptirattts—tho most snlls-
fylnc I'i'Mills ul thi' li'iist. oxponso of fnnl anil of labor, with
fi'i'i'ilinti Irom ri')uiii's. anil a tlurablllty pqnai lo tho life of iho
biilltllngs    in    ivhii-li    the    heating  systems are  inslalletl.
Our Systems of   Heating uieel  these  requirements  exuetly.
They an-' tlieeMieii'iiL,,silent. rollnblo sorvaul of tho house owner
-no ailjiuii'i wliii'b does more lor tbo oheer niul healtlifttluess of
linni,■•lit't'ili an any oilier niaiiiiiti foature or ileriiiutinn nf home
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I NATURES FERTILIZER I
To j;et the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
Dried  liiood   Fertilizer
Try Our    liiood and Hone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
Phone in P. o. Box 3.
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VISIT DR. KELLEYS
GREAT MUSEUM
r  'j m Tin' fjorgost Anatomical   i
ii Miiii'iiin la tin- Wcut    i
Dr. Kelly—Diseases of Mon. Twenty
years' expertenco in the troatmont of
weakness, nervous troubled or nay
contracted ailments. A positive cure j
in every case undertaken. Consult*- j
tion free ami strictly private, Trent I
mont personally or by lettor.
DR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
am iiowurii St., Spoknn*, Wnsh.
[Ham and Bacon
* Our smulci'il mollis un' always fresh stonlr.     Wo
* are sure tlial  If you try ihem onne you will agroo
* wild  us ilmt  tiii.y aro tlio besl   ttavorml   and   must
* wliolusoiiio simikoil  moats ynu  linvo "\t'r onlcn.
I P. Woods & Co.]
| PHONE 57 P.O. BOX 154 |
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Catarrh Cured
I can cure catarrh, no matter liow
long stand Ing, Oatnrrli Ih nn Inflam
matnry afToctlon nf nny mucous mom
brane in which thoro are congestion
ami Bwolllnif, either in tho head or
stomach, fllnce comlnu to Soutlicael
Kootonny I have cured over mm can
en. ] positively guarantoo n earn or
money refunded, Summer is the time;
to get rid ol your catarrh, call nml I
Mee me.
im. TAiYrcio,   I
Crnnbrook, U ('.
Residence   neai   N.   A, Watllnger'a
residence. !
H. 3- Winning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURED -FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD!* ROBERTS
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0. K. WABU, Hanaffor
0. J. I.1TTLK, Sei'i'iiliiry.
The Cranbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE, INSUHANrr   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE  «H<> 1'   O.  BOX   IU
Cranbrook, - - B. C.

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