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VOLUME ia
ORANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY. JUNE 11, 1910
NUMBER 24
DEATH OF
GOLDWIN SMITH
A Famous Writer and
Instructor.
RALPH CONORS TRIBUTE
Devoted to life-long Service to History and Literature—Was Born
in England.
Toronto, Juno 7.—Goldwin Smith
died at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Prof. Goldwin Smith, M. A., L. L.
D. and D. C. L., uf Toronto, was
born on the 13th of August, 1823, at
Reading, England, where his father
had been for some time a practicing
physician. Like so many otner distinguished Englishmen, he received
bla early education at Elton, which
school was soon to receive added
honors by his brilliant university
course at Oxford. He first entered
aa an undergraduate of Christ
Church, but on being elected to a
demyship in Magdalen he completed
his course in that college. Two
years after graduation, he was offered
and accepted a fellowship of University College, of which institution he
became tutor. In 1840 he was called
to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, but
minds like his seldom rind in the law
a permanent attraction, and Mr.
Smith was won to life-long service
to literature. In io58 he was elected professor of modern history at
Oxford. When he visited America
in 1864 he received from the Brown
University the degree of L. L.
From his own university of Oxford
he subsequently had conterreu up u
him the degree of D. C. L. He
Btctiu-hlv Advocated th" abnlitton of
slavery, and warmly sympathized
with the North during the Civil war,
Four years after his arrival in America he was appointed lecturer in
English and constitutional history in
Cornell University at Ithaca, N. Y.,
and this office he held until the time
of his death, though for the past
twenty years he haa heen a resident
ol Toronto. In 1872 he was appointed a merrjber of thc Senate of Toronto University, was elected the representative of the public school teachers on the council of public instruction, and for two years president of
the Provincial Teachers' Association.
Since coming to Canada Mr. Gold-
win Smith haa devoted al, his time
and genius to a furtherance o{ all
projects that can advance the people,
intellectually, socially, and morally.
He established "The Bystander," and
took part in establishing "The Week'
In 1875 he married the widow of the
late Wm. Boulton, of Toronto. As
a master of style, he had no superior.
RALPH CONNOR'S TRIBUTE
Halifax, June 7.-Dr. 0. W. Gordon
(Ralph Connor) was seen at the
Presbyterian general assembly to
night. Your correspondent asked him
to say something about the late
Goldwin Smith. The reply of the
author of "Sky Pilot" was as follows,
"Goldwin Smith put himself out
of touch with the Canadian national
Ideal and the imperialistic Ideal. He
was classed as an annexationist, but
I do not think that thc word in its
ordinary acceptance properly ctassl
flies him. His dream was a great
Anglo-Saxon empire for this continent, not necessarily rei|ulnng sever
ance from Great Br it lan, though he
would not shrink from that. With
out assuming to describe fully his
policy, I have the conviction that he
was not far away in his idea from
tbat expressed recently hy one of our
statesmen, that Canada might be the
mediating influence in bringing about
an Anglo-Saxon unity embracing thr
British Empire aud the United Stat
ch. which unity would guarantee an
preserve the peace of the world. I
venture to think that thc realization
of this dream will not he very long
deferred.
MASTER OF ENGLISH
"But it is as master of the English language and as a profound student of history that Goldwin Smith
has won a place among the Canadian immortals. He had no super
lots and few peers in his command
of exact lucid nnd felicitous English
HiB InngUHi-e Unwed like a limpid
stream on a sunny day, flashing its
liquid music as it sang its way to
the sea. As a theologian Goldwin
Smitih had neither the exact training
nor tbe wide reading necessary to
give him a position of authority, bul
he was a religious man in thc deep
est sense of the word, and in social
life, as also in political and economic affairs his Influence was steadily
aud powerfully exerted in thc ebam
plonshlp of purity, righteousness anil
truth."
FUNERAL   FRIDAY
Toronto, June 10.—The   funeral of
Goldwin Smith, the famous writer
of English, and historian,, who died
on June 7, took place this afternoon
FERNIE CONSTRUCTION  CO.
vs  SCHOOL TRUSTEES
The action of thc Fernie Construction company against the School
Trustees was adjourned for several
days on Wednesday last for the pur
pose of enabling J. A. McDonald of
Lethbridge aud J. N. Laing of Cal
gary, architects, to go over the
building and make a joint report if
possible on all questions involving
computation at issue between the
contractors and the trustees. Tho
architects referred to proceeded with
this work on the first to the fourth
inst., hearing considerable evidence.
They agreed on a considerable number of items, but on Saturday reported to the Court that as to the
remaining items referred to them
there was no possibility of an agree
ment. Court then resumed before
the Chief Justice on Saturday thc
4th inst., at 10:30 and by consent of
the Solicitors for the parties and
the sanction of the court, His Honor
Peter E. Wilson was appointed arbitrator or umpire to settle all matters of accounts on which tbe arc hi
tects failed to agree, His Honor's
decision to be final. An order was
further made referring thc trial and
disposition of the remaining portions of the action to His Honor
Peter E. Wilson, who, after settling
matters in dispute not agreed upon
by the architects, takes charge of
the trial of the rest of the action.
This course is taken as the other
engagements of the Chief Justice
would not permit of his further attendance here and Counsel for both
parties were willing that the action
should be concluded by His Honor
Judge Wilson, who will dispose of
all questions of law and lact in
dispute between the parties.
Barrister Geo H. Thompson for
the Fernie Construction company.
Barrister M. A. Macdonald for thc
Bonrd of School Trustees.
W. R.  ROSS,    M.  P. P.
Who is reported as the new Minis
:er of Lands.
MEETING OK COUNCIL
A meeting of the City Council was
held in the Council Chamber on
Wednesday evening. There were
present Mayor Fink, and Aldermen
Johnson, Campbell and Patmore.
Minutes of last regular meeting
were read, and on motion adopted.
A communication from the Mayor
d Ottawa, re Cranbrook being represented at the reception of Earl
:lrey at Quebec city, was filen.
Street sprinkling, a sidewalk near
the public school, and the appointment of a truant officer were referred to their respective committees.
A communication from the attorney general's department, expressing
tbe opinion that a resident of the
city for 24 hours gave a destitute
person a claim on the city for main
ennuce.
Tho Olty Olerli was instructed to
make out a bill of monies expended
iy tho city, and submit the same to
be cILy solicitor for collection from
•ho government, nnd to notify Mr.
loss, nnd Mrs. Tlppett's that tho
••ity would grant no further ntd.
A grant of $41) for live months,
ind $S0 for seven months was voted
n aid of the city band.
Council adjourned to meet Monday
•vening next.
PRINCE ARTHUR.
London,     June    9.- Rumor     says
rince Arthur of Connaught will go
to the oversea dominions to present
colors to the forces     on     behalf   of
King George.
UNIVERSITY   TOUR.
London, .line 0.—The main touring party af the university mon who
■*re about to proceed to Canada nnd
the United States under tho auspices
f the students traveling bureau
,'eave Liverpool on June 21.
Several of our store Wsepere are
nutting up now signs.
M. J, Corry has     returned     from
Crow's Nest, and     will resume     his
position with the C. P. R.
Owing to the "Flyer" being two
hours late tho ball game between
Moyle nnd Cranbrook slated for last
night had to be withdrawn, hut
weather permitting will be played
tonight.
CHANGE IN
CABINET
W. R. Ross Mentioned
as New Minister.
IS DENIED AT CAPITAL
Hon. Thomas Taylor Touring in
Northern Part of the
Province.
the
Vancouver, June 8.—Emanating
from well informed circles the statement is made here tonight that the
provincial cabinet will shortly be reorganised restoring its number to
seven. It is understood that W. R.
Ross of Fernie, Conservative whip,
will be taken into the inner circles
with the portfolio of lands and that
Price Ellison will be promoted to the
portfolio of finance and agriculture.
It is understood that Mr. Ross has
been summoned! to Victoria and that
tbc announcement oi tbe changes will
bo made at an early date.
VISIT THE NORTH.
Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of
public works will leave on Monday
next for the northern section of the
province, intending after paying a
t'isit to Prince Rupert and Stewart,
in each of which considerable expenditure is being made in various work
through Mr. Taylor's department to
traverse the Buckley va.ley country,
going, if time permits, as far as
Francois lake, personally examining
into conditions as to roads, traits,
Bridges, etc., in which the province
is at present making large investments. He will return south immediately after bis tour of Buckley,
breaking his journey either going or
coming, to visit yueen Charlotte is
lands and study the requirements and
progress of public works in that important section.
DENIED  AT VICTORIA
Victoria, June 8.—The announce
ment that Hon. Price Ellison is to be
transferred from the lands department to that of finance to be succeeded by W. R. Ross of Fernie is
denied at tbe capital.
18; Kamloops, 26; Nelson, 29;    Lethbridge, 31; Medicine Hat, Sept. 2.
At midnight of Uie 2nd the party
will leave Medicine Hat, reaching
Calgary the next day, leaving there
on the evening of tbc >ird and will
reach Winnipeg on the return home
on Monday, Sept. ti. After the meeting at Victoria on Aug. 18th the
party will leave at night for Prince
Rupert arriving there on the 20th.
The stay at Prince Rupert will last
until the morning of Tuesday, the
23rd when the return will be made to
Vancouver.
BOARD OF TRADE
A meeting of the Board of Trade
was held in tbe committee room of
the Cranbrook Hotel on Tuesday
evening. Thc attendance was not
as large as it should have been as
matters ol importance are being discussed at every meeting. Several
matters were considered, and a communication from Hon. Wm. Pugtiey
read, re the Dominion Post Office
buildiing, which was quite evasive,
and not what was expected, especially by the Liberals on the Board,
after the representations nt>d3 by
the Hon. Wm. Templeman, that the
plans were being made, and the
build ng erected in the near future. This was two year.-; ago.
Dry Farming was another subject
under discussion, but the members
were not conversant with this matter, being nearly all merchants.
Those Toronto Globe letters were
strongly condemned, and tbe Individual who was guilty of "befouling
his own nest" had been guilty of
something near a lie.
The question of a road to Fish
lake was referred to a committee to
prepare a report.
The Board passed resolutions expressing their sympathy with the
family of the late Archibald Leitch,
sr., the first president of the board,
which were to be transmitted to the
family.
LAURiER'S TRIP
Will Pass Through Here   Some
Time in August.
Ottawa, June 9.—Sir Wilfrid Laurier will address 22 meetings during
his western tour on which he wlll be
accompanied by Hon. G. P Graham,
R. M. McDonald, M. P., F. F. Pardee, M. P., and Senator Gibson.
Leaving Toronto on Thursday July
7 the first meeting will be held at
Port Arthur on Saturday night July
9. Subsequent meetings will be held
as follows: Winnipeg, July 11; St.
Anne,13; Morden, 15; Brandon, 18;
Yorkton, 20; Melville, 22; Httmbolt,
25; Prince Albert, 27; Saskatoon, 26;
Regina, Aug. Ij Weyburn, 3; Moose
Jaw, 5; Edmonton, 9 Red Deer, 10
Calgary, 13; Vancouver, 16; Victoria,
BIG BLUFF
IS GALLED
"first mt at flag
Nears End/'
REPLY TO THE THREAT
I Will Level Bluefields Bluff at Attack," Says Commander of
It. S. Gunboat.
KING HOLDS COURT.
London, June 9.—King George held
his first court to-day in St. James
palace at noon. He received deputations of city authorities who presented their addresses. The king replied
to them in terms of appreciation.
The air of mourning was broken by
the gorgeo'*.s:icB.i of official gowns and
decorations. King George's li;o ton
koti.hi Corisande, hasbecn advertised
us for sale at Cowes,
ROYAL PARTY RETURNS,
Rome, June 9.—King Victor V,m-
inuel and Queen Helena returned today from the province of Avellino,
where they visited the seme of thei
'•ecent earth juike. Before leaving
Calltrl the ling ordered that everything possible be done for tne relief
of the suffering there. Uoon his arrival here his majesty said that the,
measures adopted would soon efface j
the conditions of the disturbance,!
except those entailing death anil
bodily injury..
Bluefields, Nicaragua, June 7.—"At
the first shot tired against the American (lag of an American vessel I will
level the Bluefields bluff."
This was tbe reply made hy Commander Harold K. Hins, commanding
the American gunboat Dubuque, to a
threat made by General Rivas of the
Madriz forces, holding Bluefields
bluff to stop any vessels entering the
harbor.
General Rivas practically defied the
United States, declaring that be
would disregard the proclamation
issued from Washington on May 31
to tbe effect that the United States
government denied the right of either
faction to seize American-owned vessels or property without consent of
and recompense to the ownersf
He warned Commander Hins tha^
he Would prevent by force, regardless
of (lag, any further vessels from entering the harbor. In response to
this the American commander immediately sent to him the above message, which would mean the annihilation of the handful of Madriz troops
now remaining in this neighborhood.
A critical situation has thus arisen
which may involve thc United Stales
but the American officers here arc of
the opinion that General Rivas will
not attempt to make good his threat
in an effort Lo collect custom duties.
There are constant rumors of
threats against the life of Thomas P.
Moffat, the American consul here.
the Kootenay valley, ln the south
eastern portion of tlie district a
much needed means of reaching the
towns and ranches on both sides of
the river.
A bridge at Wycllffe will soon be
under construction, giving the residents of Wycliffe, Marysville nnd
Kimberley excellent facilities of
reaching other portions of the district, without going some twelve
miles round hy the Mission. The
people of Cranbrook and thp district
in general, must give to our member
Mr, Thomas Caven, the entire credit
of securing from the government the
necessary appropriations for the immense amount, of new work now going on in the district.
KOOTENAY CENTRAL CONTRACT
CANADA TEMPERATE.
Glasgow, June !). At the World's
Women's Temperance Union conven- j
tion it was reported that tbe membership in Canada wis 12,000 men
for a country where license laws prevailed. There was less drink consumed in Canada than any country
in the world.
Vancouver, June 8.—-The Canadian
Paciiic railway has just awarded a
eontrnet to Foley, Welch & Stewart
for the construction of 25 miles of
the Kootenay Central railway. Specifications demand that the contract
he fulfilled within a year from commencement. The work will start at
Galloway on the Crow's Nest line,
and will run to Fort Steele, thence
northward. It is declared that on
tbe completion of this stretch con-
I struction will be pushed on the entire route to Golden.
WILL SUCCEED EARL GREY
London, June 9.—In accordance
with the wish of the late King, the
Duke of Connaught will succeed Earl
Grey as the Governor general of
Canada, probably next spring.
Tbe Duke is first to make a visit
to South Africa, for the purpose of
opening the new parliament.
WORKING    ON   NEW   ROADS
The propincial government is doing
good work on roads. trails and
bridges in the Cranbrook district
tbis year. Superintendent of roads,
Mr. Jonn Reed, has a force of ahout
175 men at work at various points
in the district,
A bridge is under construction at
Kingagate, at a point where the new
trunk road will cross the Moyie river.
Thc Wardner bridge was completed
last month,  giving  the  residents   of
MICHEL vs CRANBROOK
The above teams mot on the base
ball grounds on Saturday evening
last, when tbe Cranbrook eleven defeated Michel by a score of 1 to 0.
The game started with Oranbrook
one man short, but from the start
the home team made the play very
hot, and kept the visitors lined up
close to their goal line, while shot
after shot was made by the Cranbrook eleven, aud it was sheer hard
luck that prevented thc home team
from scoring in the first half.
In the second half, Michel, evidently realizing that barring accidents,
the home team would win played
very dirty ball. The last halt was
similar to il*1 first, tbe visitors being outplayed at every point, aud it
was only within a few minutes oftime
being called, when the home team
scored, Harrison being the right man
in the right place, scoring with a
very clean shot. From now on the
home team forced matters, keeping
the pigskin close to Michel's goal
line, sending shut after shot at goal,
which was stopped hy the Micucl
goal keeper. The last few minutes
of play was exciting, Uie home team
playing for a goal, the Michel hoys
stalling, and putting up some of the
choicest kind  of dirty  playing.
Harrison in trying to go through
was badly fouled and had to be carried off the field, while the referee
gave a penalty, which the visitors
resented, in fact just what wns wanted by them, as an excuse, nnd walked
off the field   *
Michel, has not been up against a
strong team, and laid claim to
championship honors, but when up
against the real thing could not
stand the gaff.
The home team were the best players, and from the start played a very
strong, clean, and forceful game, and
thin soil of playing is what brings
victory to clean sportsmen.
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THE VOICE OF   THE FARMER
When Sir Wilfrid starts on his
western tour this spring he will no
doubt picture in his mind's eye the
triumphant tour that be will
make through the prairie country, He
will imagine his return to the east
with the captive Conservatives, everlastingly bound to the wheels of the
Liberal party hy the spell of his
(influence and the hypnotic influence
of his sunny smile.
Quite so.
But what is he going to say to the
members of tho Grain Growers' association of Saskatchewan? Will the
usual political "jolly" have its cus-
ttomary effect? When the quewU ns
regarding the Hudsonjs Day railway
nnd the vote which did not materi. I-
i l'/e, what will he say?   No doubt, V.e-
| ing a politician, he will say a lot.
But will the farmers be satisfied with
an oration when they realy want to
know when they are to get the advantage of the   long water haul   for
I their wheat?   Not very litoly.
The  western   farmers   were pleased
: when the announcement was made in
without delay. Will they forget that
this promise was made and then,
work of the road was to go ahead
the House by the minister that when
the house was about to adjourn that
the opportunity of protesting was
denied them, the money that waa
voted  wns very  inadequate?
■fudging from the resolution which
they passed a couple of days ago, a
person would be justified in the belief
I that it will be rememlwred. There
is every likelihood     that Sir Wilfrid
' will be reminded also when he gets
out to tbe prairie country. This ls
not a question of politics. Men are
forgetting politics now when it is a
case of deliberately breaking faith.
The premier's trip will not be all
i holiday.
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BEAUTIFUL    CRANBROOK.
Tne centre of Mining, Agriculture, Lumbering, and Fruit Raising in Southeast Kootenay
R. K Benedict has gone to Spokane on a business trip.
R. lv Beattie, led Friday on a
business trip to Spokane.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Raworth re-
turned Wednesday from tbeir honeymoon trip to the coast.
D, ID. Murphy returned Friday
from Detroit, where be has been at-
tending u convent inn id tho BR. of
L.  RJ.
Dapt, R. It. Thorald nnd Capt. 0.
(!. Dausey enme in from Windermere
Friday und are spending a few days
in   tbe  elty.
Captain Davidson of tne Salvation
•irmy has been transferred to Vernon.
She is succeeded by Captain and Mrs.
Forbes, formerly of Calgary.
I Rev. J, W. Hamilton ol Wycliffe
was In town on Monday and left for
Nelson Tuesday for his marriage to
MIhh Patrick of that   city   whore    he
.was married on  Wednesday. ■-.
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Editor
Subscription
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Advertising rates  made   kuowu   ou
application.
r.NDER   WHICH    KINO
The following article from the
Victoria Week, voices the opinion of
many of the temperance people of
Southeast Kuotenay, who would,
much prefer a stringent prohibition
act. than t,h« infamous Bcott Act.
This is what the Week bus to say
"The Week has been asked, on sev
era! occasions recently, whether tbe
people of British Columbia are to be
governed in the future hy the laws
which are found ou the statue books
of the Dominfon and the Province,
enforced by the legally appointed
officials of the Government, or
whether they are to be subjected to
the rule of a self appointed demagogy which cares little or nothing
for constitutional methods, which
reeks nothing of the traditions ol
our race, and which is guided solely
by the ambition to "do unto others
as it would not be done by" which
reduced to twentieth century Amen
can slang, might be simplified as "to
do others as it would not be done
Such questions are distinctly pertinent in view of the ascendency of a
certain unscrupulous clique which i?
availing itself of every opportunity
and of every available method to
over-ride the sober wishes of the
community, and to indict upon the
public its own wishes, backed by such
force as it is able to gain by resort
to unscrupulous methods, and b>
working upon tbe feelings of those ,
over whom it has a special measure
of control by a process of suggestion
which, if not hypnotic. is not far
removed therefrom. Victoria ha^ recently had a taste of the quality ol
this dangerous coterie In the drastic
and altogether uncalled for machinery which has been adopted under the
guise of temperance reform. The
Province is threatened with a further development in the same direction hy tho Invocation of tbe Scott
Act. The Eastern Press in all the
the leading cities is up in arnw
against the same policy which has
aroused general hostility by the
lengths to which it has heen carried.
It is possible to sympathize with
every rational attempt to cope with
drunkenness, gambling, or any other
social evil; but it is impossible not
to be alienated from all sympathy
with the promoters of these movements when it is found that their
ultimate goal is not prevention, but
persecution. This feeling is intensi
lied when, as has recently been pointed out by two eminent ministers of
tbe gospel who rei i mini shed their
charges, reform movements have
passed into the hands of organized
political bodies within the churches,
who rely for success upon the arts
aud artifices of the political lobby
ist, and who make the church and
its religious affiliations a cloak for
pursuing notoriety and acquiring
dollars. The charge of these minis
ters opens up a wide subject, which,
if pursued, would lead to very plain
speaking, but, at the present time,
it may be sufficient to point out
that the legitimate spiritual work
of the churches is becoming demoralized by being professionalized; and
that among the many causes which
hnve contributed to the deplorable
weakening of the cburcheB during tbc
last twenty years, not one is more
conspicuous than the professionalizing of its practical activities. It
is all very well for the officials of
these semi-political, semi- church organizations to say that, after all,
they can attain their goal only by-
popular consent, but everyone with
experience of human nature and po
litlcal campaigns know bow easy it
is to stampede a democracy, especi
ally on a question which can be
made to do duty in the sacred name
of "Reform." There is ample justification for the suggestion that it
is about time for those who have
the real interests of the country at
heart, and who are possessed of
some appreciation of thc rights and
priviliges of the Dritish people, and
some recognition of the traditions
of their race, to organize in defence
nf their privileges against the wide
spread attempt to reduce them to
the status of a flock of sheep willing
to follow the leader through any
gap BO long as he is able to mUnblc
some religious shibboleth,
OUR  NAVAL  St'HKMK
Hnissey'h Naval Annual has the
following to say in regard to the
naval scheme of the Laurier govern
ment Ilrassi y - Annual, is one oi
the highest authorities tn Great
Britain.    It hr/h
"The plan that bas been adopted
wit.h regard to the Australian Mint
i.s probably thfl best that could have
been devised to meet Australian opinion, and it is to be hoped that
Canada will in time come into line
and take a larger view ol her re
sponstbllltles. It is improbable that
either Australians or Canadian!*
have any idea of the costliness of
the undertaking to which they are
now committed if their local navle.i
are to be kept efficient.  "
A chapter is contributed on "The
Dominion and Local Defence" by a
well known writer, Commander Charles N Kohinann, late It N He al
so praises the Australian scheme as
fa i i ii advance of the f 'a nnd inn
which he treatH with thinlyconternpt.
For example, after explaining the
A list ml inn scheme, he imyH; "On
thfl horizon of the future, we may
picture n fleet in which arc reprewin
tat ive ships from Australia, New
Zealand, perhaps South Africa, and
poHslbly Initia. na well as the old
country— A fleet pftitly Imp-mat
and partly Dominion owned, but.
with ono discipline, one organization
and one (tag; a tleet   of eight
cruising battle ships, with their
auxiliaries, which would make periodical visits to the ports of each
empire represented in its coraposi
tion. There i.s no reason why such
a fleet might not come into being
during the next four or live years if
tbe Dominions were willing that it
should."
Thus all through the book Canada's scheme is dismissed with contempt, line writer hopes that t'ana
da may work up to the Australian
i standard; and another enumerates
I Australia, little New Zealand, the
new Soutb African Dominion, and
India. ami does not once mention
Canada. Also are we warned that
the naval force which is not regard
ed as worth counting among tlie em
pue's assets will be very costly
That   Is      what   expert      opinion    iu
England thinks oi nm scheme
u \\T TELEPHONE
The secretary of the Creston Board
ot Trade has been instructed to write
the Cranbrook Hoard ot Trade ask
ing them to take up the mattoi ul
long distance telephone connections
between the two towns.
This is a matter of great impor
tance to every merchant In this city,
and should be taken in hand by the
Crauhrook Board Immediately, The
fruit season is near Ht band, and
Creston will furnish a large tonnage
of strawberries; and prompt comtnu
mention is essential, between these
points to ensure the prompt shipment
of fruit to enable our merchants to
have the best and freshest fruit oh
tamable,  and  without  delay
Now that the City Council bus
secured the waterworks system, and
it has been proved a valuable asset
to the city, they are now consider
ing the installation ol a sewerage
system This is an important mat
ter. and the ratepayers should take
an interest In the matter, and care
fully consider the sanitary condition
ol the city as it is at
time, and if not satisfied with these
conditions, consult the resident medical authority and get their opinion
on the subject The cost of install
mi: a sewerage system would uot be
a^ expensive a.< tho present plan ot
keeping up tbe    old   and   unsanitary
MINING     NEWS
Ohaa. Far rei, secretary of the So
Clety (ini Mining company was iu
thc city Saturday last, on company
business. He reports a very large
amount of ore in sight in the mine,
and that as soon as the wagon road
Is completed to the mine coiisidera
ore will be taTcn out and caucontra
ted.
Owners ot zinc properties in the
Cranbrook* district have reason to
look forward for better times in the
near future
lt Is reported that the \uioia
Mining company are making arrange
incuts to build a concentrator on
tbeir  property   oil  the      west   side    Ol
Moyie Luke Shareholders who are
iu a position to know. say, that
there is ample ore in sight ready for
mining, to warrant tbe construction
of a concentrator
lames     Laidlaw,
u'k  on  a quart/
eek
ommotv
on   IV
The coal  mines at  Corbiu    h
sinned   oprtatlons      it     is r
that   the      daily   output   will
1.000 tons,  and  that  850  men
employed in the mines.
ANNi u, MEETINGS
Tbe annual  meeting id the
mpaiiy was
reach
.ill  be
me
Bocioty
hela at
th, at which
tbe eusii
Girl  Mining
Moyic on Tuesday
meeting   the directors
ing year  were elected
The  regular    uieetii
holders ol the  Auroi
pany will be held ui
day June 30th.
The Cambrian Mining company wil
hold their annual meeting on Tiles
day   July   12.
of thc share
Mining  vom
oyie on Thurs
TWO TROUT  AND   ONE FLY
A few days ago whilst lishing In a
thepresent fQ,riy large pool I hooked a fish of
about 11 oz., and as I bad no landing net he broke me when in about 2
inches of water, and I observed thnt
the fly was in his upper lip. A few
minutes afterwards there was a great
commotion on the surface of the
pool, and 1 could     see that another
,-esspooi system, for a period of two j trout bad tried to take the tly from
years,
chan
ut   tbe
pru
cleaning
the
the
ante
Nearly every property owner In
Cranbrook is interested in gardening
in a small way, trying to have a
pretty lawn, with flowers, and to
gmw enough   vegetables    for his own
avenger tiK> 1U)8e uf tne other, and had hooked himself. I wanted to send the
dog in, but his owner, who was my
companion, would not let him fetch
them in case he got hold of the hook
too. I do not know whether this is
a very singular thing in angling or
not.       They     remained    hooked for
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
and   MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,
CUANUKOOK, B.C.
W. F. GURU
Barrister,  Solicitor, etc.,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
G. H   THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, and
Notary Public
Oflice—Reid Buildings,
CRANBROOK, B. 0.
use, This is made possible by the some three minutes and then evident-
abundance of the water supply now j iy broke away and disappeared.—A.
provided)   by the   city.     Our     lawns   h. C.
and gardens is one of the minor ben- | bm       	
efits accruing from the purchase of
the waterworks by thc city, antl we
cannot overlook, or hardly estimate
the result is case of a serious conflagration.
A race of one hundred miles be-
a railway train and aeroplane is being planned. The race will be run
over a Long Island course, the acro-
plane Hying over tbe track, following all curves etc.,the entire distance. If the gasoline tank don't,
explode from a spark from tne locomotive, bets on the aeroplane being
lirst in, will be safe.
Apron and foitchen showers are all
very well in tbeir place, hut what we
want in this montu, June, is plenty
of rain showers.
IT MAY BE-
That the high cost of living is due
to the general wave ot uplift that
has been sweeping over the land for
several years past;
That, when the aeroplane is perfected the man higher up may be induced to come down and let us see
what ho looks like.
That the American heiress Is an invention ol a far-seeing nature to fill
in those financial spots where the
Lord Is liable to provide;
That there is a lesson in scientific
optimism in the case of thc average
small boy who regards the mumps
not as an affliction but as an achievement.
That the wise man meets trouble
with a smiling face, but even at that
it is hardly necessary to invite him
in to meet your wife and children;
That speech is silver, but It is just
as well after all when you are making a speech to a hostile crowd to
have a few coppers in the hall to
maintain order;
Tbat Caesar's last words were "Et
tu, Brute," but it is a pretty safe
bet that he interpolated an "Owch"
1 or two in bis Latin equivalent before
giving up the gost;
That Old Mother Hubbard went to
the cupboard to get her poor dog a
bone, but the chances are that under
the stress of circumstances she sold
the animal lo the butcher to be
used as a spring lamb until the hard
times wore over;
That,  as thc philosopher has sold,
' "Life is just ono blamed thing after
another," hut the     trouble is    that
there nre so many blamed things af
: ter tho same thing. -Harper's Weekly
McVITTIE & PARKER
P.L.S. & CE.
CRANBROOK, R. C
J. T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
R.C. Land Surveyor,
I'.O   Box 2311.        Hlione 228.
ORANBROOK, B. C.
ANCIENT ORDER V FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Meets Id Carmen's Hull 2nd and 4th
Thursday uf each month ut 8 p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chief   Ranger
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcnms.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAQLES
Moot ovory Kriday at H p.m
Visiting   Brothers Coi'dlully   Invited
W, F,. Johnson, acllriK president.
W. F. 0. Carter, actliiK Sec.
Aerie Physician,   P.  O.   Box 28.
\Y.   K.   BEATTY
Undortakor,
Kiiioultnor,
Funeral Director,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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I Rocky Mountain Chapter
5 NO,   Itlb.   It. A. M.
1      Regular meetings:   2nd Tuoh
g   ilit\   iu  unoli  month   at eight  |_
e     Sojourning Companions  aro  &
1   cordially Invltod.
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W. Cline
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ni iin' old Manitoba lUrber
Shop enn now be found in ihe
MANITOBA HOTEL
V\va\ Class Work In
all  branches of the
| Tov»sorial   Art |
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We Deal in Everything From
u Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
HRAI.HU IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
 O	
BUYER OF FURS
Sage's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
Phono 351
F. E. Orrison
Band Muster City Band.
Teachor of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.    Orchestra furnished
Phone a$3.
CRANBROOK, It. C.
J. W. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V..   VS..
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto In 1898, Gradate and medalist ol McKIUip
Veterinary college, Obicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member of
Hritish Columbia assoclatiom
ALL CALLS NIGHT | DAY PROMPTLY AI TENOIO TO
OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY S   LIVERY  BARN
CUANUKOOK. B. C.
ranbrooK Lodge, No. 'M, A. P. A. M
liojiulnr meetings on
the third Thursday
of ovory month.
Visiting brethren
welcomed,
W. F. ATTItlDOBi, W. M.
D. VV. CONNOLLY, Secretary
X Dr. E. W. Connolly
Physician and surgkon
Offloei Armstrong Ave
HOURS
'i lo 11 u.iu.   2 to I p.m.     to 0 it.ro
Phone Offlce   105.
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E. K P. 6* P. House
THAT'S US
We handle Flour, Feed, Hay and Grain, Butter, Egi;«, Canned
Hoods of all kinds; Potatoes, Harness, Teu and Coffee. Our pnceB
are right.     Your patronage solicited.
East Kootenay ProJuce & Provision House
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Sale or Rent at Reaaonabls
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
Vhone No. 9».
if STEWART'S  |
| i» The Leading Fruit Store.
; f Choice Oranges, Lemons
\l Bananas   Figs    Dates i,
| Sweet Potatoes       $
| Celery
$ Hot House Lettuce     ■•■
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODGE
Meets every second and fourth
Wednesday at new Fraternity
Mall. Sojourlna Rebekahs cor-
didVly invited.
N.O. MIhs L. M. TannhuiiHor
Her.     Miss Mae Chapman.
1 Rhubarb    Cranberries %
% Stewart's line Chocolates   $
{ HUGH STEWART
■j Armntrotig Ave.              I'hono 75
ten j wt1 !»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ k^wwww H
I Solomon Koury
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Dealsr in Dry Goods, Gouts'
Furnishings and Fancy Notions.
Call antl get our prices.  Wo can savs
you mousy.
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
4GENTS FOR CANADIAN CYCLE
ANn MOTOR CO'S BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone 60     •   •   •     p. o. Box 813.
TBI PALM
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
f
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
■>
^
They last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Avsnus.
Plume ll>7,   , Cranbrook, B.f!
ALSO   RKSIIONII    HAND MACHINES
KOR SALE   CHEAP AND TO
RUNT.
NORTH     STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
H.   W.   DREWfTProprietor.
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WBNTWORTH
HOTEL gra«brook.
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   Wetttworth
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
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Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
ol Messrs. Hill tt Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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PHONE nrr*
6G       r^.»TV STORE
THE
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffee
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in the ♦
J Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every t
?  article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any £
| time goods are received that are not No. i quality.
\ CAMPBELL & MANNING I
Staple and Fancy Grocers
i i************* ************** ***** ************* NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiet Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the ful
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
Or near one mile due east of the 37
mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary oi
Lot 4593, and being the Southeast
corner postof M. WAYNE TWITCH-
ELL'S claim, thence west eighty (80)
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) cbains to
the point of commencement, making
640 acres, more or less.
M.  WAYNE TWITCHBLL.Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Located this liith day of April, 1910.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
thu Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tile fol
lowing lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near nine miles due east of the 35
mile-post on   C.  P. B. survey   line,
which ls the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the Northwest corner
post of   Anita   N.     Mason's   claim,
tbence east eighty (80) cbains, thence
south eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence north (80)
chains to tbe point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 13th day of April, 191C.
ANITA N. MASON, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
ths Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east of the 35
mile-post on O. P. B. survey line,
which Is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner post of Walter J. Abbs' claim:
thence north eighty (86) chainB,
tbence east eighty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 22nd day of April, 1910
WALTEB J. ABBS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.       24-28.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near 12    miles due east of the 35
mile-post    on   C. P. B. survey Une,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southeast cornel
post of Walter J. Abbs' claim: thence
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence south (8d
chains, thence east eighty (80) chains
to point   of commencement,   makinr.
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 22nd day of April, 1910
WALTER J.   ABBS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply tc
tho Honourable Chief Commfssioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near nine (9) miles due east ol
the 85 mile-post on C. P. R. survey
line which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of CharleB L. Paulson's
claim: thence north eighty (80,
chains, thence west eighty (80) chains
thence south eigbty (80) chains,
thonce east eighty (80) chains to the
point ot commencement, making 641.
acres, more or less.
Located this 13th day of April, 1910
CHABLBS L. PAULSON, Locator
EBthen   W,   Butts,   Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.       24-28
NOTIOB
NOTICB Is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
thu Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near nine (9) miles due east of the
35 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner
post of Thomas W. Mason's claim:
thence north eighty (80) chains.thence
east eigbty (80) chains, thence Bouth
eighty (80) chains, thence west eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less
Located this 13th day of April, 1910
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.       24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB ls herehy given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
ihe Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 13 miles due east of the 39
mile-post on the C. P. R. survey line
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner post of Walter W. Hay's claim:
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains, thencei
Bouth eighty (8C) chains, thence west
commencement, making 640 acres,
moro or less.  ■
Located this 20th day of April, 1910
WALTBH W. HAY, Locator.
Eathen  W.  Butts,  Agent.
William B. Uutts, Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days after date t intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands ior n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over lbe following lands, situate in tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Oommenolng at a post plained at
or near 13 miles due east of the 39
mile-post on the C. P. R, survey
line, which is the Western boundnry
of Lot 4593, and being tbe southeast
corner post of Joseph S. Banner's
claim: thenee west eighty (80) chnlns
thence north eighty (80) chnlns,
thence east eighty (80) chains.thence
south eighty (80) chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 20th day of April, 1910
JOSEPH  S.  BANNER,   Locator,
Eathen  W.   Uutts,   Agent.
William E.   Butts,  Wilness. 24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dato I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum ovor the loi
lowing lands, situate in lbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot «693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near two (2) miles due east of the
39 mile-post on 0. P n. survey line,
which Is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tho southwest
corner post of Walter W. Hay's
claim: thence east eigbty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (8C), chains thence
south eighty (80) chains to the point
of commencement, making 64C acres,
more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
WALTER W. HAY, Locator,
Eathen  W.  Butts,   Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum iver the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near two (2) miles due east of tbe
39 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593 and being the southeast
corner post of Ulysses E. Fehr's
claim: thence west eighty (80)
chains, thence north eighty (80!
chains, thence east eighty (SO)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or loss.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
ULYSSES E. FEHR, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dato I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near fourteen miles due east of
the 38 mile-post on C. P. B. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thenco north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
south eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910
WELLINGTON BBOCK, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dato I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
(or coal and petroleum over Uie following lands, situate in tbc district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 14 miles due cast of the 38
mile post on the C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4693, and being the southeast
corner poBt of William E. Butts'
claim-' thence north eighty chains,
chains, thence wost eighty clinlns,
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty chnlns to thc
point of commencement, making 1140
acres, more or less.
Located this 21st day ol April, 1910.
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Wellington  Brock,  Witness.      24-18
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
dayB after dato I Intond to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for cool and petroleum over thc following landB, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenny, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a pust planted at
or near 12 miles din cast of the 38
mile post on C. p. R, survey line,
which Is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the southeasl.
corner post of Charles B. Webb's
claim: thence north oighty (80)
chains, thence west olghty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thenee east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910.
CHARLES E. WEBB, Locator.
Eathon W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE to horoby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Ohio! Commissioner
of Lands for a licenso to prospect
lor coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commonclng at a post planted at
or near one (1) mile due oast of the
37 mile-post on 0, P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ol
liot 4593, and bolng tlio northwest,
corner post ol Anna K. Wnbb's claim,
thence east eigbty (80) chains, thenco
south eighty (80) chains, thonce west
eighty (80) chains, thonce north (80)
eighty chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, moro
or less.
Located this 16th day of April. 1910.
ANNA K.  WEBU,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm   B.  Butts,    Witness. 24 28
Semi-Steel Fire-Pot-Not Gray Iron
NOTICE
NOTICE in hereby given that 30
daya niter date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
Of Lands tor a license to pruspect
for coal nml petroleum over the following lands, situate in the distiict
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593;
Commencing at a post planted at
or near oue (1) mile due east of the
37 mile-post on 0, PI R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
corner post of Anna K. "Webb's
claim: thence west eighty (801 chains
thence south eighty (80) chains tbence
east eig-hty (80) chains, tbence north
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, mnking (140 ncres,
more or less.
Located tbis ltith day of April, 1910
ANNA K. WHJBB, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lnnds for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near fourteen (14) miles due east
of the 37 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line, which is the Western boundary of Lot 4593, and being the
southwest corner post of Eathen W.
Butts' claim: thence north eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located tbis 21st day of April, 191C.
EATHEN W. BUTTS, Locator.
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to appiy to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post plauted at
or near three miles due east of the
41 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner post ol Charles E. Webb's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence soutb eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains; thence
north eighty (80) cbains to the pi int
of commencement, making (i40 acres
more or less.
Located this 15th day <{ April
1910.
CHARLES E.  WEBB,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
AFIRE-POT of a furnace
should be able to endure
tremendous heat and to
repel the attacks of sulphur
fumes.
The material commonly used
for a tire-pot is gray iron.
Tbe Sunshine tire-pot ls Semi-
Steel
Now, avoiding technical
terms, gray iron has whut
may be called "open" pores.
Through these "open" pores
tlui destructive sulphur fumes
attack (be Iron and hasten
disintegration.
On the other hand, Semi-
Steel is a close-grained ma
terial, with a smooth-as-glass
eurface which practically seals
or "closes" up the pores, .Semi-
Steel easily repels the attacks
of gas fumes and thus greatly
prolongs the life uf th« fire-
pot.
A Semi-Steel fire-pot weighs
zo per cent, heavier than the
same sice and pattern in gray
iron. It is therefore better aide
to endure tremendous heat.
Semi-Steel   is   made   by   an
exclusive McClary process.
You can only get a Bemi-Steel
fire-pot with n McClary
furnace. That is one strong
reason why you should  have
the Sunshine Installed in your home.
Our agent in your locality will tell
you many other reasons.   Ask him.
Remember, the Sunshine Is
guaranteed, by the largest makers
of furnaces ln British Empire, to
heat your home to your entire
satisfaction. 45
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thenee north eighty (80) chains,
thenee west eighty (80) chains.thence
soutli eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, moro or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
CHARLES L. FAULSON.Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  IS. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of .Lands for a license to prospect
(or coai and petroleum over the following lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
41 mile-post on C. P. Uf survey line,
which is the western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the northeast corner
post of Eathen W. Butts' claim
thence west eighty (80) chains; thence
south eighty (80) chains; thence east
eighty (80) chains; thence north eighty (80) chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
EATHEN  W.  BUTTS,  Locator,
William E. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near tive miles due east of the 41
mite Post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the western boundnry of Lot
4593, and being thc southwest corner
post of Charles W, Mason's claim
thence north olghty (80) chains;
tbence east oighty (80) chainB; thence
south oighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains to tho point of
commencement, aking 640 neres,
more or less.
Located this 14th day of April, 1910
CHARLES W.  MASON,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm E. Butts,   Witness.       24 28
NOTICE
NOTICE in hereby given thnt 30
dnys after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable chiet Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum over the following lands, situate In tho district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commonclng at a   post   planted at
or near live miles due enst of the 41
post, on    0, P. It. survey line, which
Is the western boundary of Lot 4593,
and being the southeast corner post,
of Clara   A.   MaHon's   clnim: thenco
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
nighty (80) chains, thenco soutli (86)
eighty ohalns, thence east eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or loss.
Located thiB 14th day of April, 1910
CLARA A. MASON, Locntor,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.       24 28
NOTIOH
NOTICE is hereby given that. 30
days after date I intond to apply to
thn Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coai and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tho district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
41 mile post on C. P, H, survey line,
which is the Western hoiindnry of
Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner port of Charles L. Paulson's
claim: thenco cast eighty (80) clinlns,
NOTICE
NOTIOE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate In the district
uf Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
41 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Peter C. Paulson's
clnim: thence west eighty (80)
chains, thence nortli eighty (SO)
chains, thence eaBt eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) chains to
the point of commencement, maKing
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
PETER C. PAULSON, Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
thc Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lnnds, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or nenr two miles due enst of thc 39
mile-post on C. P, It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner post of Maud J. Uasselt's
claim: thence cast eighty (80) chains,
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
nortli eighty (80) chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or lesB.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
MAUI) J. BASSETT, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.       24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in thc district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three (3) miles due east of
the 37 mile-post on C. P. R. survey
lino, which is tho Western boundary
of Lot 4593, nnd being Jtfie northwest
corner post of Anna K. Paulson's
claim: thenco east eighty (80) chains
tlionco south eighty (80) chains,
thonco west eighty (80) chains,
thence nortli eighty chains to the
point of commencement, makilng 640
acres more or less.
Located this 18th day of April 1910.
ANNA K. PAULSON, Locator,
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Hutts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
dnys after date I Intend to apply to
tho Honourable chief Commissioner
of Lnnds for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tho district
of Southeast. Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commonclng at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
37 mile-post on O. P. II. survey line,
which fs the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northeast,
corner post, of Mary Geraghty's
clnlm: thenco west eighty (80)
chains.thence soutli eighty (80) chains
thenco east eighty (80) chains.thence
nortli eighty chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acros
moro or less.
Located this 18th day of April, 1916
MARY GERAOHTY,  Locator,
Eathen  W.   Butts,   Agent.
William  E.  Butts, Witness.        24 28
NOTICE
NOTICK, Is hereby given that 30
days after (late I Intern! to apply to
tho Honourable chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum ovor the fi 1-
lowing lnnds, situate In the district
of Southeast, Kootonay, in Lot 4693:
Oommenolng at a post planted at
or nenr two miles duo eust. of the 39
mile-post on   C P. it.     survey line,
which is tlie Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
corner post of P. Charles Uassett's
claim: tbence west eighty (80) cbuins
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains,tlieuce
north eighty (81!) chains to tlie
point ol commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 15t.li day of April, 191(1
P. CHARLES BASSETT, Locator,
Batten W. Butts, Agent.
William  15.  Butts,    Witness.        24 28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dato I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands lor a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum over the billowing lands, situate in the district
ol Southenst Kootenay,  in Lot 4593:
Commencing st a post planted at
or near live miles due enst of the 41
mile-post on 0. P. R. survey line,
which is tlie Westein boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains to thc
point of commencement, making 64C
acres, more or less.
Located this 14th day of April, 191(1
WELLINGTON   BROOK,   Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
William K.  Uutts,    Wilness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal nnd petroleum over the following lands, situate in tlie district
of Southeast Kootenay,  in  Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near tive miles due ensL ol the 41
mile-post on O. 1'. II. survey line,
which is thc Western boundary ol
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
cornor post of William K. Butts'
claim: thence soutli eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80) chnins
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (801 chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 14th day ol April, 1910
WILLIAM B. BUTTS, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts. Agent..
W.  Brock, Witness. 04-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days alter date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near ono mile due east of the 36
mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ot
Lot 4593, being the southwest coiner post of Herbert S. Jones' claim:
thenco east eighty (80) chuins. tlieuce
north eighty (.Hiti chains, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eigbty
(80) chains to the point of rom
mencemeiit, mnking 610 ncres. moro
or less.
Located this 16th ilay of  April,  1910
HERBERT S.   JONES,   Locntor,
Eathen W. Bulls, Agonl
William IB. Hutts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICK
NOTIOH is hereby given tbut
days alter dato [ intend to appl
the Honourable chief Commissi
of Lands for a license to pro*
for conl nnd potroloum over the
lowing lands, situate in the ilisi
of Southeast Kootenay,  in  Lot
Commencing ut a post, planto
or near one mile due ensl. ol lb
mile post on 0. I'. It. survey
which is lbe Western boundar
Lot 1593, und being the soiitl
corner posl. of olive II. Twite!:
claim: tbence west eigbty 180, cl
thence north olghty ikoj chi
thence east, eighty I80| clinlns, lb
south eigbty (80) chains to the p
of commencement, making oio in
more or less.
Located  tbis   ICtll  day  of   April,
OLIVE  11. TWITCHELL,   Loci
Bathen w. Butts, Agent
William  K.  Hutts,    Witness.
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NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby riven Hint 30
days after dnte I Intond to apply to
tho Honourable Cliloi Commissioner
of Lnnds for a license lo prospeel
for coal nnd petroleum over the lol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile due cast of the 37
mile-post on the C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of .lames H. Geraghty's
claim: thence cast eighty (801 chains
thence north eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence south
eighty (80) chains to tho point of
commencement, making 640 acres
or less.
Located this 16th day of April, 1910
JAMBS   M.   GEHAGHTY,   Locator.
Eatbon W. Butts, Agent.
Willium   K.   Hutts,    Witness. 24-28
NOTICE
NOTIOB is herehy given that 30
dnys after date I intend to npply to
tim Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleuni over the following lnnds, situate in the diatrict
of Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east ol the 41
mile post on C. P. R. Btirvey line,
which is thc Western boundary of
Lot 4593, nnd being the southeast
enrner post ol Albort Brock's claim:
thenco north eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence south
eighty chains, thence cast (80)
eighty chains to thc point of commencement, mnking 640 acres, more
or less.
Loculed this 20th day of April, 1910
ALBERT BROCK, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts.  Agent.
William  K.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOH is hereby given that 30
dnys nftor date t intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a licenso to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tiie following lands, Bituate in the district
ol  Southeast  Kootenay,  in  Lot  4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or nenr 11 miles due cast of the 40
mile post on C. P, R. survey line,
which is lite Western boundary of
Lot, 4593, and being the northwest
corner post of .lames Butts' claim
thence south eighty (80) chains;
hence cast eighty (80) chains; thence
north eighty (801 rhains; thence west
eighty (80) chains to the po nt of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or loss.
1,mated  this  19th  day of April,   1310
JAMES  BUTTS,  Locator,
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
William K. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given that 30
dnys after date I Intend to apply to
thn Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast  Kootenay,  in  Lot  4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near eleven miles due east of the
ill mile post on C.  P.  R. survey line,
which is the western boundary of Lot
1598, and being tlie northeast corner
Host of Katherlne Butts' claim thenco
south eigbty (80) chains, thence west
.'Ighty  (80) chains, thonce nortli  (8»i
cbains,  tbence east eighty  chains to
(tie point of commoncemont,  mnking
640 acres, mora or less.
Located this pith day of April. 1910
[CATHERINE  BUTTS,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William   U,   Butts,    Witness. 24-28
NOTICK
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tim Honourable Chief Commissioner
ot Lands for a license to prospect
lor coul nnd potroloum over tlio following lands, situute in the district
.1  Southeast  Kootenny.  In   Lot  4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or nenr 14 miles due east of tlie 39
tulle [inst on 0, P. It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot. 4508, and being the northwest
enrner post of   Eathen     W.     Butts'
.limn        Ibenci'      south      eighty   (80)
Iiains, tbence east eigbty isoi chnlns
thonco north eighty (80) chains,
llienee west eighty l*l| chains to the
nolnt of commencement, making 640
acres, more or  less.
I Med Ibis 3lllb day of April, 1910.
BATHEN   W.   BUTTS,   Locator,
Will ikiii   K.   Hutts,    Witness. 24 28
WILL  RETURN TO    WORK
Sirnnloli, I'n., Juno 7. -The 12,000
miners of tlie Pennsylvania Coal com-
luinv voted tins afternoon to return
ho work tnmoraow, fl STRflNGt
APPOINTMENT
W. A. B ddje to Represent Canada
in New Zealand- Ottawa Journal's Discnp'ion of
His Career.
NO BILL IN   MURDER   TRIAL
Fernie, June s. -The assize court
reopened here yesterday morning before his lordship Ohiel Justice Hun-
eer. The only case on the docket
was that ot l.. A. Streeter ol Dorr.
Who was accused ol having murdered
a man named Louis Riley during a
Qght some lew weeks ago. The
grand jury brought in "no hill" and
the prisoner was at once discharged
from custody As there were no
re cases the juries were dismissed
ACCEPTS  INVITATION
The Laurier Qovernment has mad'
u singular appointment which is
causing a good deal .if stir One ol
the best and most responsible
positions in ns gilt is that ol Trade
Commtfisioner to New Zealand The
salary is $3,000 a year uud uxpensesl
The holdei i> the representative ol
Canada in a Dominion ol the British
Empire, and assuredly should be a
person ol standing and high reputa
tion The person selected lor this
post is W, A Boddoe, who edited
newspapers on both sides of politics
in the Yukon, and who has been th-
salaried political writer of the Lau
rier "Government for some years, it
was his letter, by its extravagant
untruthfulness, which earned the at
tention oi the House of Commons
la.-:, jession; the Conservatives drew
the notice of thf house to the fact
among others, that he said that the
Liberals wete promoting and the
Conservatives were attacking the
Miller Bill; whereas Conservatives
were among :r.~ i arn a ipj rti ■- snd
the principal opposition came from
two Liberals. Hon Mr Ayleswi rth
and Mr. McColl. (in this occasion
the Liberals attempted no defence on
the letter. It was he, who in the
columns of the Oshawa Reformer, at
tacked the personal character ol the
Rev.   John   Prinirle.
(Jn   the   announcement   being   mad.'
protests   were   made.       Major   Henry
J. Woodside. a Liberal of high char
acter. who edited a newspaper in the
Yukon, wrote to the Ottawa Journal
In  indignant   protest.     The  Journal
itself editorially  condemned  the    ap
pointment.        It gave   a    stnetch ol
Boddoe's career,  and stated  that  he
had   been  dismissed  from   the  editor
ship of     the Yukon News under   the
foil,wing  circumstances.      Under  his
guidance,  the  News liad evidently as
sailed   the   Bronson-Bay    Concession
of which   J.   1'.    Tyrrell,       the well
known   Mining   Engineer,   was  mana
ger.     After these     attacks had con
tinned for some  time publicly  asset-
ted  (Mr. Tyrrell)  that   Boddoe   had
come to him  privately  with the otter
to cease     hostilities in return for   a
valuable   consideration.      Upon    this
appearing that the News had sought
to be bought oil, the proprietors oi
tlie newspnper Informed Boddoe that
he musl   serine .1  verdict  against  Mr.
Tyrrell or leave the newspnper.   Boddoe accordingly brought suit against
Mr.  Tyrrell   and  the  jury  threw    out
tlie charge.      That is,  the jury found
that  Mr.   Tyrrell  hud      been justified
in charging   Itoddoe    with attempted
blackmail.      Therefore Mr.    Boddoe's
connection  witb the Yukon News terminated.
This is the man who has been sent
to represent Canada in New Zealand,
lly a curious coincidence, at the
very same time another famous Laurier Government trade commissions
Is in the courts, .1. B. Jackson.
Sir Richard Onrtwiright's old friend,
hat: heen sued by I), (iuthrie of Kast
Oxford for $2,325.00 and Jackson in
formed Cluthrlo that this had all
beon lost. Judgment was given
(iuthrie for the full amount of the
claim  with  interest.
Barnes' Big Sluws aro Coming
The greatest animal circus in the
world is Al (J. Barnes show that
will exhibit in tbis city three days
commencing Monday June 13. Ovet
two hundred' Wild Beasts, all educa
ted to perform all acts that are
seen in the largest tented organiza
tion by men and women. Neither
pains or expense hns been spared in
equipping the Barnes shows, whfcll
lor twenty years has led the list of
captures, trainers and exhibitors
of jungle and forest animals. The
Al 0. Barnes Big Three King Wild
Animal Circus is enroute to all the
big Can.idiin Fairs, and has been
engaged months ago as the principal
feature by the Fair Managers of the
Calgary,   Moose    .law,   Brandon,  Re
Ottawa,   June
ner has  accepted
Premier McBride
public  reception
buildings In  \ [cl
federal  prem
lus   V
the
Sir Wilfrid Lau-
the invitation  id
he present at   a
m   ttie      legislative
torla to be given tbe
on     the occasion oi
I'acilic coast
NOTICE ta ht
day-;  aftei   date
Hie   Honourable
01  Landi
reb) given that 80
1 Intend to apply to
Chief Coininissionei
license   t"    prospect
al   ami   petroleum   ovet   tJie  i'ol
lowing   lnnds.  situate  In  the district
ot Southeast  Kootenay, m Lot  4593
Commencing at a   post   planted at
■ i' near ll miles due enst ol the 40
mile post on C 1' K survey line
which is the Western boundary of Lot
■l^W. and being the southwest corner
post of Mary Denner's claim thenee
north eighty tso chaius, thence east
.■ighty (801 chaius, thence south(80)
eighty chains.     tbence     west  eighty
■haiu's to the point d! commencement
making   640 sere,-,   more  or   less
Located  this 19th  day  of  April,   1910
MARY  DENNER,   Locator.
Kathen  W    Butts.  Agent
William   lv   Butts.    Witness 84*88
NOTICK
NOTICB is hereby   given   that   30
laj •   aftei  date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable   CMel   Commissioner
ol   Lands fol   a    license   to    prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following   lauds,   situate   in  the   district
>t  Southeast  Kootenay.   tn  Lot  4593:1
Commencing at a   post    planted at
or near 11 miles due    east of the 41) [
mile-post     on C   P.  R. survey    line,;
.vhieh is tbe Western boundary of Lot;
1593,  and  being the southeast corner
post of M.ntie  Fehr's claim,    thence i
west eighty (SP) chains, thence north
•ighty t SO 1 chains. thence east (80)
eighty chains, tbence south eighty
chains to the point of commencement
naklng 640 acres, more or less.
.ocated this 19th day 0! April, 1910.
MINTIK  FEHR,   locator.
Kathen \Y\  Butts,  Agent.
.Villlam  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
No ©ne To Be Dis
appointed
Owing to the delays in the mails hundreds of
applications for shares did not reach the
Executive Office until too late. Closing
out date to be extended until July the 16th.
Coalinga-Eureka Oil Company, Inc
gina. Saskatoon, and Prince Albert
and Edmonton Fairs, and by Kx
positions ol Washington ami Oregon,
April 18th they were at Spokane
under the auspices of the Merchants
and Working Men's Exposition, and
all the press of that city devote
puges to describe the wonderful acts
and features ol Barnes shows, that
will exhibit in Cranbrook three days
commencing Monday June Llth.
There are none ol the worn out old
attractions, hut a bran new high
clans circus .supreme In In iln claim
to bring the only real animal circus
on earth. As this will be the only
tent show here thin season, no doubt
the Iiii rues Circus will draw big
crowds   from   thfl   surrounding   towns.
CORONATION NEXT JUNE
London, dune n n |a reported
that thfl coronation ol King Goorgo
V will take place either on June 21
or 28 of next yenr.
NOTICE
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days aftei date I intend to apply to
be Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tne following lands, situate in the district
>f Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
at near 14 miles due east of the 39
nlle-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest corner
jost of William E. Butt's claim:
•hence east eighty (80) chains, thence
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (86*) chains, thence aouth (80>
ighty chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more
•r less.
Located this 20th day of April, 1910,
WILLIAM E.  BUTTS,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Wei,ington Brock,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTIOB fn hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
.or coal and petroleum over the lollowing lands, situate in the district
at Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593
Commencing at a post planted at
iv near 12 miles due east of the 41
mile-post on 0. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
1698, and being tbe northeast corner
post of Cora Butts' claim: thence
smith eighty (80) chains, thence west
•ighty (8Ci chains, thence north (80)
•ighty chains, thence east eighty
■ 80) "chains to the point of com-
ne nee ment, making (140 acres, more
or less
Located this 20th day oi April, 1910
CORA BUTTS, Locator.
Kathen W,  Butts, Agent.
William  Vl.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days alter date 1 intend to apply to
tint Honourable Oblei Commissioner
i| Landi foi a license to prospect
,,r coal und petroleum over the fol
nwlnfc lands, situate in the dmtruSt
oi Southeast Kootenny, iu Lot 4593
Commencing at. p post planted at
.r near 11 miles due east of the 41
mile posl on 0. P. B. survey line,
which is the Western boundary ol Lot
4603, and being the northwest corner
post, ol Luis Brown's claim: thence
south eighty 180) chains, thence east
eighty I KO i chains, thenee north (80)
eighty tuO) chains, thenee went (80)
eighty chains, to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, more
or less.
Located this 19th day of April, LUC
LUIS G. BROWN,  Locator.
Kathen VV.  Butts, Agent.
William   B,   Butts,     Wilness. 24-28
NOTIOE
NOTICK is hereby given that 30
dayn after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable chief Commissioner
nl Landi. for a license to pronpect
for coal and petroleum over the fot
lowmj, landa, Bituate in the dmtvui
ot Bouth Cast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at *. post, planted at
or near 11 union due east of tbe 41
mile posl on C. J', B. survey lino,
which is the Westorn boundary or Lot
4508, and being the northeast corner
post of : landi Brock's claim*' thence
west eigbty (80) chains, tbence south
eighty  ihiii chains,     thence cast (80)
From the volume of applications which have
arrived at our office several days after the
closing out date, May 28th, for shares ia this
Company at 25 cents per share, the executive
body met and decided that lt would be to tbe
best interest of all concerned to fill these delayed orders and extend the same privilege to
those at a distance, who could not see the advertisement, owing to lateness in issue of paper,
in time to enable them to wire their order here
by the closing out date, May 28th.
This is, therefore, a final opportunity for
you to secure a block of stock in the Coalinga-
Eureka Oil Company at 25 cents per share. No
application received for less than 100 shares.
You must bear Ln mind, however, that no
further extensions will be granted. Under no
consideration will there be shares offered for
sale by the Company, after July 10th, at less
than FIFTY CENTS per share. Do not delay,
therefore, since the block to he sold at 25 cents
1b limited.
Since the last advertising announcement
appeared in this paper, several new wells have
come in with large volumes of oil in the Coalinga oil fields.
Shrewd, far-seeing investors, capitalists
from all portions of the worldi are thronging
to Coalinga, the greatest oil field in the universe, until the district has become a veritable
bee hive of men, young and old, anxious to
take advantage of this great opportunity of
making a maximum amount of money at the
minimun of investment
The oil fields of Coalinga are richer than
the gold fields of the Yukon ever were. Do
you know that if you had invested $100 at the
inceptiori% of the following Companies, you
would have made:
Silver Tip    $    600
W. K    1,000
Premier     1,10C
Premier     1.0C0
Monte Christo  i    1,120
Record     2,000
S. F. & McK     2,40-0,
Sauerdough     4,166
Lucille     5,000
San  Joaquin      5,700
Peirless     0,350
Kern River  ,..   9.500
Central Oil         15,000
"Pinal" shares sold at 25 cents, thay are
now selling at $25 and paying monthly divi
dp-ends of 15 per cent, an income of $ii0 per
month on an investment of $100. When the
'Silver Tip" came in, the stock jumped over
night from 66 cents to $4 and has been paying
monthly dividends of 10 per cent ever since.
Similar opportunities are open to you, but
you must think for yourself, have the courage
of your convictions and ACT.
Development work is being rushed on well
No. 1 of thiB property, with the result that
within a few weeks time the drill should be
down to the oil levels and the Coalinga-Eureka Oil Company's property should be one of
the biggest and most profitable propositions
operating in the Coalinga fields.
The property Is especially well situated, being adjacent to the largest producing properties In thc Coalinga fields. This means that
our property must be Immediately above tbe
great oil pools.
For 25 cents you aro able to acquire $1.60
shares. The shares are non-assessable. When
you have paid 25 cents    per share you receive
your certficate.     No     further demands can be
made upon you.
The smallest block of stock is LOO shares,
on which the terms are as follows.
What Your Money Will Buy
Cash Plan 10 per cent deducted
$   23.75 will buy 100 shares, par value I 100
47.SO will buy   200 shares par value     200
118.75 will buy 508 shares par value    500
237.50 will buy 1000 shares par value 1000
Installment Plan
$10 cash and $7.50 a month for a months
buys 100 shares.
$20 cash and $15.00 a month for 2 months
buys 200 shares.
$30 cash and $22.50 a month for 2 months
buys 300 shares.
$40 cash and $30.00 a month for 2 months
buys 400 shares.
$50 cash and $37.00 a month for 2 months
buys 500 shares.
$100 cash and $75.00 a month for 2 months
buys 1000 shares.
Prospectus and fuller Information will be
furnished on application.
In conclusion, reservation will be made in
thc order received, therefore, make your reservation at once, remitting for stock by cheque,
draft or money order.
Mnke all cheques', drafts and money orders
payable to O, L. Taschereaii,   Trustee.
The COALINGA-EUREKA OIL COMPANY, Incorporated
Selkirk Block, 135 Hastings Street, W.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
eighty chains, thence mirth eighty
(80) chaina to the point ol commencement, making 040 acres, more
or less.
Located this nth ilny of April, ml of
HAKAII  ItltOCK, locator,
hlathen W. Hutts, Agent.
Willinm K.  Hulls,   Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICM Ik hereby glvon Hint 30
ilnys after date t intend to npply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for n   license   to   prospect
for conl nnd petroleum over Uie following lands, sltunte In the district
of Hollthcast Kooteuay, in Lot 4!i93:
Commencing at n post plunted at
or near 111 miles due east of the :i'.i
mile-post on 0. P. It. survey line,
which Is the Wetttorn boundary of
Lot 4fi!t3, nnd being tbe northwest
corner post of .fames Dell's clnlm:
thonco south eighty (Kim chains,thonco
enst eighty (K0) chains, tbence north
eighty IK0) chains, thence west (80)
eighty chains to the point of commencement, making Oil acres, more
or less.
Located this 20th day of April, 1010.
.IAMKH DULL, Locntor.
Kathen W. Hutts, Agent.
Wllllaiu 10. Hutts,    Witness.       24-28
NOTICK
NOTICM Is hereby given that 211
dnys nfter date 1 Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Oommlssionor
of Lands for u license to prospect
Tor coal and petroleum over the following lnnds, situate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4603:
I   Commencing at a  post   planted at
or near 12 miles due eaat of the 39
mile-post on (!. P. 11. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
•ir.!l3, and being the northeast corner
post of W. Brock's claim: thence
west nighty (K0) chains, thence aouth
eighty (80) chains, thence eaat (80)
nighty chains, thonce north eighty
180) chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this 20th day of April, 1910.
WKLLINOTON BROOK,  Locator,
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm K. Hutts,    Witness.       24-28
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BIG 3 RING
WILD
ANIMAL
eiReus
200
PERFORMING
WILD BEASTS
200
Herd  of Elephants,  Wonderful  Trained
Seals, Dogs,  Ponies,  Camels—all Actors
Huge   African  Lions,   Royal
Bengal Tigers, India Leopards,
Russian Bears and Riding
Arabian Stallions
21
Grougs of Monarchs  of
the Jungle in   Salutation
The Only Real Animal Circus
on Earth
Coming On Its Own Special
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10 Big Associate Attractions
Monster Military Band
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THE  KING'S
FAMILY
In no phase ot his life, neither on
bis beloved sea nor at one of the
many forms of sport which he follows, is King George V. quite so
happy as in his own family circle.
He is pre-eminently a home lover,
and his pride is iu his Queen and his
flock of Ave hoys and a girl.
And good reason he has to he
proud of his children. Prince David
heir apparent to the throne uf Great
Britain is one of tho most promising
princes in England's history.
The six children of Their Majesties
are all noted for their blue eyes,
clear complexion and hair of golden hue. They have heen accustomed
to roaming the fields around Hand-
rlngham often in the company of
their father. Th*1 eldest., frince
Edward Albert, is now in his sixteenth year, and he and Prince Albert Frederick, who comes next, are
both naval cadets. The conies Princess Mary of Wales, now in her thirteenth year, to become the Princess
Royal of England. The youngest of
the family is the little Prince John
Charles, who on ihc next 12th of
July celebrates bis fifth birthday,
All the royal children aro snid to
have a love of things military.Trumpets and Hwordw and lings, drilling
marching and saluting constituted u
great deal of their family games.
Hornet I men their father look a hand
in their games, aud with n paper
cocked hat like the rest of the com
pany, or with a juvenile drum, took
his piuce at the head ol  the column.
The elder children he nan put
through their French, Latin ni<d
German regularly aud tn>i,;ut limn
tu skate and swim und ride. A story
Us told of an amateur photographer
who took a snapshot of two sturdy
youngsters disporting in a swimming
pool in the village, and was astonished on showing the print to the
village Innkeeper to learn that the
two youngstes were Prince "Bertie"
and Prince  "Davie."
Their parents are quite opposed to
the habits of the new rich in loading
their children up with large sums as
pocket money. For a long time their
three eldest children were given an
allowance of two shillings a week
each as pocket-money, nnd of this
sum they were required to give an
exact account before any further installment was forthcoming. The
Princess Mary opened a personal account In a postal savings bank, nnd
used to take her turn in the line of
waiting depositors as required hy
statute. It was opened in thc name
of "Mary of Wales." Prince "Bertie"
at one time went into the retail
candy business for the benefit of the
other members of the family, until
bis father insisted that the profits be
devoted  to some charitable purpose.
Their frankness of manner may not
unlikely be an inheritance from their
mother, of whose schooldays a story
is told.
Her Royal Highness* pet subject,
it appears, was geography, and on
one occasion she was set a map of
the world to do from memory—the
outline only. On showing it to'Jwr
governess when completed, the latter
exclaimed: "Why you have left out
China, Don't you know where it
is?"
"Yes," replied the future Queen of
England, very stubbornly but very
loyall), "I know quite well where it
should be, but I am not going to put
it in my map. The Queen is angry
with China just now, so it has no
right to have a place in the world
at all.
The new apparent, Prince Edwnrd
Albert Christian George Andrew
Patrick David of Wales, Duke of Saxony and Prince of Saxe-Coburg and
Qotha, born at White Lodge, Sheen,
.1 une 12, 1K98. Prince Ed ward, w ho
in the near fur tire will assume the
title of the Prince of Wales, is nn
exceedingly bright and manly youth,
audi was a great favorite of his
grandfather, the late King. He is
the eldest child of the new King, and
his education was entirely looked after hy King Edward. He and his
brothers and sisters were taught to
rend and write at four years old, nnd
from ilm age ol live had to speak in
French and German,
Very special core, by the way, Is
taken in instructing all the royal
children in English history. In order to interest them in this branch
of their studies, the princes are taken frequently to the British Museum
by Mr. Hunsoll, their teacher, to see
original letters and documents of
great historical importance, which
they have found mentioned in their
books.
This method of instruction was one
that greatly appealed to Prince Edward, for whom these documents had
a tremendous fascination, the young
prince would frequently plead to he
; taken to the British Museum instead
j of going to see a foot ball or cricket
match; sometimes his request was
granted and he would spend hours
J reading these musty old documents
! which deal with a Hairs that have bad
I so great an influence on the history
I of our empire. The young heir-ap-
: parent is now serving as a naval
cadet.
locomotives, unheard of and impos
sible a few years ago, and only made
possible by liquid fuel, deliver oil
to the furnaces of factory, mine, re-
tinercry, power plant and home,
while enormous tank steamers transport the oil product to all pares of
the world.
The refineries of California, employing thousands of men, manufacture more than two hundred different articles of commerce, varying
from the finest grades of lubricating
and illuminating oils, to vaseline, or
earth jelly, and skiidgrease, including
various cosmetics, prismatic dyes,
and ointments. As a residium after
the manufacture of cheap gas, either
for light or fuel, there remains the
ingredients necessary for a superior
grade of coke, so hard and pure that
it has been called carbonite. From
this product many useful mechanical
agents are manufactured, among
them being carbon pencils, electrodes
and an abrasive element superior to
emery or carborundum.
Five thousand factories in Southern California have been made possible hy the use of crude oil, cither as
fuel direct, or converted into gas or
electric energy. Railroads which
have not paid dividends for years
Imve been enabled to do so by the
j vast saving from fuel bills.
With a production this year that
I will approximate seventy million
' barrels, worth nearly twice as much
j as the entire citrus crop, worth more
j thn.li the combined output of all the
metal mines, with production con
atnntly growing in response to steadily Increasing prices, and an ever
crowing and expanding market, the
'outlook for the producers of California oil within the next few years are
Hattorlng Indeed,
I
Future of Petroleum.
San Francisco, Calif., Juno 7.—
When half a century ago thc United
Slates Government surveyors reported crude oil floating on thc Pacific
ocean, little did they think tlmt today the yearly production of new
wealth from the California oil fields
would be more than all of California's mines.
Already California oil lubricates
ninety per cent of the wheels west of
the Mississippi and furnishes motive
power for nearly half of them. Great
FOUGHT TO DRAW.
Pittsburg, Juno 7.—In a fast nnd
furious buttle Inst night Monte At-
toll and Patsy Uranium, bantam
weights, fought six rounds to a draw
with Att.ell having a slunk the totter of It.
CRANBROOK IpAND   DISTRICT
District of   East Kootenay.
Take notice that I Daniel Charles
McDonald of Kingsgate, B. C, occu
pation telegraphist, intends to npply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the south
east corner of P. R. 1074; thence
north 30 chains, thence east 20
chains, more or less, to the Moyie
river, thence down the right bank of
the river to the point of commence
ment.
Dnniel Charles McDonald.
Agent for John Robert^n.
Dated March 31, 1910. 18-24
corner: thence north 80 chains;thence
east 80 chains; thence south HO
cbains; thence west 80 chains to the
point of commencement, containing
640 acres more or less.
Henrietta M. Tyson,  Locator,
F. R, Anderson, Agent.
Dated 6th March, 1910. 17-25
CRANBROOK  LAND    DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
Take notice that I, Mrs. Sadie J.
McFarlane of Cranbrook, Ii. C, occupation Married Woman, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: Commencing at a post plauted on the west
bank of the Moyie river one chain
47 links east of the N. E. corner of
Lot No. 97D7, thence west (30) chains
thence north (15) chains more or less
to south corner of Robertson's purchase, thence east (15) chains more
or less to weat line of J. Robertson'
pre-emption, thence south (10) chains
more or less to the S. W. corner of
J, Robertson pre-emption, thence
eaBt (12) chains more or less, thence
south (.5) chains to point of commencement, containing 35 acres more
or less.
SADIE  J.  MCFARLANE,
Thomas Uadwallarder, Locator
Dated April, 26, 1910. 22-30
CRANBROOK  LAND   D1CTRICT.
I Cranbrook I
Livery
We ask you to call and try
our new Consignment of new
and Up-to-date rigs for
Winter   and   Summer.    Just
received Toppir and Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Give them a trial a,nd be
convinced.
4     I'Iiiiiih 47 C I'n nl) rook, B.O.
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NOTICE.
I, Edgar S. Home, intend to apply for permission to purchase twenty (2(1) acres of land hounded as fol
lows: Commencing at a post situated
at the south end of an Island in the
Kootenay river opposite Lot 324;
thence in a northerly direction fol
lowing the east shore line of the Island, to the south-east coruer of Lot
10,095, thence west to the southwest
corner of Lot 10,095, theuce In a
southerly direction following the
shore of the Island to point of commencement.
JAMES BEECH.
Agent for Edgar S. Home
Dated April 15, 1910. 79-27
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
I Henrietta M. Tyson, of Trail, B.
IO.i housekeeper, Intend to apply for
nermlsslon to purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted nt the southeast corner
of Lot     7287,    being   the   southwest
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
o( Lands for a license to prospect
f()r coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lauds situate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near seven miles
due east of the 35 mile post on 0, P.
H. survey line, which is the western
boundnry ol Lot 4593, and being the
southeast corner post of Paul A.
Paulson's claim, thence north eighty
(HOj chains; thence west eigbty (HO)
chains; thenco south eighty (HO)
chains; thence enst eighty (HO) chains
to the point of commencement, mak-
640 acres more or lesH,
Located this 29th day of January,
3910.
PAUL A, PAULSON, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.    Butts, Witness.       22-26
B. C. LIVERY FEED
k   SALE   STABLE
Both Single and Doblo
Drivers, tor nil parts
of the district. Good
Saddle Horses. Ciood
Turnouts, Up-to-date
Rig*
Opposite Royal Hotel Phone oi
llofiist & Deacon. Proprietors
J. F. Deacon. Manager
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mill's how
We can refresh ourselves witb a
wholesome beverage after a long
pull up a dusty road.
Our Up to Date Bottling Works
dues turn out some of the most
delicious and wholesome drinks.
Ko satisfying tu a generous and
healthful thirst, order a supply
for the coming season; mighty
handy to iiuve it handy and it
won't cost you a great deal.
EAST KOOTENAY ♦
BOTTLING CO. ♦
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BUILDERS
and
Contractors
Plans, Sproifications
and estimates
U RNISHED ON APPLICATION
P. i). BOX 860
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gy    I'lloNK 111
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The Prospector $2 Per Year
i The
Monarch
Malleable
Iron Range
PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing   and   Heating  Engineers
"THE RANGE STORE"
IIN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES—FIRST-CLASS
McC'lary's
Famous
Sask-Alta
and Koote-
nayRatiges
| ■ 1
I      LOCAL   NEWS.      j
%<p pQ$wwWww&www& *^H>$w
Mrs, John Shaw will not receive
until further riotK-e,
A. Doyle ol Port Steele w:is in the
city Tuesday  on  business.
TO KENT.     Bachelors apartments,
Apply  to BEATTY.
Very choice Florida Pineapples   al
Stewart s.
The Ea.>-t Ki'.'tenay Lumber Co.,
commenced the cut at Ryan oo Mnn
•lay.
Canned soods of all kinds at Easl
Kootenay Produce and Provision
House.
Hazelwood Ice Cream. StrawK>rr>
and  Vanilia flavors,   at   Stewart's.
W. .J. Horner, has accepted a posi
tion with the North Star Lumber
company.
Best Creamery Butter on the mar
ket at East Kootenay Produce and
Provision House.
HOUSE POR SALE, furnished or
unfurnished. Apply to W, M. Pettlt
Armstrong avenue. 24-27
E. McPhee, of tbe Electric Light
Co., has rented Frank Dunn's new
residence on Hanson avenue.
Best of tea and coffee at the East
Kootenay Produce and Provision
House.
Frank Parks, of J. 0, Mi-Bride's
hardware store, Wt. on Sunday for a
two weeks visit to the const.
Powers, the man that assaulted U.
Gibbon, was sentenced to nine months
In  Nelson jail,  by  .lutl^e Wilson.
.1. E. Stephens of Cal^arv. C. .1
Floyd, of Nelson and .1, Teller of
Fernie wre in tbe city Tuesday.
Wm. Bornn, who recently sold his
ranch, leaves in a tew days on a
visit to his old home in Guelph. Ont.
TO KENT, furnished rooms, al!
conveniences, private borne, npply to
The Prospector oflice.
a. R, Gibbons and wife of Yank,
were in the city this week. Mr.
Gibbons is one of tbe pioneers of this
district.
Patmore Bros have the contract
for Lho installation of a heating
system in the new Imperial Bank
building.
Mr. and Mrs. 0, H.  Read left   on
Sunday last for a two month's visit
with   friends   iu Vancouver,   Ontario,
and Michigan.
Miss Mvi.i Glasgow, ->[ Niagara
Palls, Out . arrived at Cranbrooto,
last Saturtlay, and will be the guest
thla ami mer ol  Mlsa  Bihtb  McBride
You can save money bj see lng us,
Blast Kootenai Produce & Prm ion
House
Dr Cunnotl] was .-ailed to Creston
.n Moii.ia\ to hold nn Inquest on the
bod) ol Frank Furnis of Port Hill
\ v.:i cl ot found drowned was re
turned
Baptist  Church,    Sunday June ill
irshtp :''   "  »■  |11 end 1 10
p   m      Thr pastoi    C   W King   at
both   services      \  cordial welcome
i... evei yonc
J,  w   Robinson, ol the  Robinson
MeKi;   ie Lumbei   Co . bas     been In
the eit j    ror the past  few     days on
busim •-    The firm is now   located at
Sicamous.
Fancy
Stewart ■
Bing'
Cherrt
at
Fn*nh     Hazelwood huttermllk
Stewart's.
at
Mrs. W. Haslam will not receive
again until she returns from an extended visit to the far east, of which
due notice will  be given.
Last Friday evening a niimb'-r of
the friends of Miss McKay, Kne of
the postoflice staff, met at the home
of W. J. Atchison and gave a linen
shower, in honor of her approaching
marriage.
:.   Ward and James Martin loft
Mond  (   foi   Lethbridge,  Calgary and
•:(:    astern points on business connected  ft'lth     the Cranbrook  Agency
Company.
Mrs   R   Caseells and child, accom-
9 stei   Miss Hartley of
E gene  hospital     start,    left on
\\ tiday for a visit  with     triends in
.■.'i'i,  Man
W J. Atchison and family, accompanied by Miss Mi Kay left on Friday for Lethbridge Mr. Atchison
Intends t'1 spend the sum or on nls
ranch at Milk river.
Hay and Gram of all kinds nt tbe
East  Kootenay   Produce   and   Provls-
Mra Lyman, accompanied by her
uT,in<! daughter Miss Pearl Denne,
left on Tuesday for her home at Qold-
endate, Wash, after a month's visit
with Mrs   Dr. Hall
Word has been received here from
Fernie tbat there is a bad gang fol-
iowin. the circus and that citizens
had Letter Vi'-ep their back doors and
chicken coops locked.
The member.-; of the grand and
petit juries journeyed to Fernie aixnin
on Tuesday beiug summoned for tbe
trial of L. A. Strecter, charged with
the murder of Louis Riley.
Kootenay Indians predict that June
will be a very wet month, and from
previous statements expressed by
them as weather prophets, it .Is possible that they may be right.
Sweeney and McKay, the two men
charged with assault and robbery,
were sentenced by Judge Wilson, on
Wednesday, to two years in the penitentiary at New Westminster.
Choice hothouse Lettuce, Tomatoes,
and cucumbers at Stewart's today.
Word has been received from the
Grand Lodge 1. 0. O. F. meeting in
Kamloops that the next meeting of
that body will he held in this ctty.
Mrs.  James Foster    received   word
ou Monday     that   ber   sister    Miss
Morrison     who was     enroute   from
Dingwell,   Scotland,  had    died    very
I suddenly after her arrival at Quebec.
j Manager E, H. Small of the Cran-
j brook hall tenm is husy at present
(making arrangements for games with
the Gonzaga college team of Spokane
' Macleod and    Bonnera     Ferry teams,
ami  if     possible     with a team from
Nelson.
Tin- fruit season is now opoi . and
the fruit Inspector wishes to remind
Importers that all trult foi ibis con
tre has to be Inspected hot uie 'nine
can be taken from tho exptcss or
freight  office.
s   w   Smith, ol Winnipeg, nrrlvod
here on Wednesday ami started work
With the Crauhrook Prut; nml Hook
Co., on Thursday Mr Smith ■* a
graduate druggist and is a gpcclallsl
in dispensing
P DeVere Hum, district mnnagor,
and \ MacBeth, superintendent ol
agencies for the Prudential Ulfo iu
Biirance company, left on Monday on
a trip through the Crow's Nest Pass
points m the interest  of the company
NOTICE Iu connection with my
rawing; 1 will do washing and iron
lag at my home. Particular attention to gentlemen's work. Mend
lng extra Mrs, Isabel Butler, Res
uVeuce on Clark avenue, south oi
Lewis street.
Andrew Carnegie gave away last
year tbe sum of $90,938,'.'00. That
is more than old Man Simpson, or
F. J. Beane of the Herald, or the
editor ol the Prospector has earned
during the existence ol their publics
tlons.
See G. R. Leask & Co., for plans
for spring building and be ready to
start with the opening ot the season.
Buckley Lodge. Brotherhood of
railway trainmen will meet tomorrow
at the Carmen's hall, and march to
the Presbyterian church, where appropriate services will be held. All
brothers are requested to make a
special effort to attend.
A. Burge of Perry Creek was In the
city Wednesday and presented several
of his friends with a nice mess oi
trout. He reports tlie fishing at
Fish Lakes to be the best. Why not
have a good road to the lake, and
we all could then enjoy a days out-
rag nnd catch fish.
KIDDO stallion; a four year old,
chestnut, weighing 1,100 pounds, will
stand at the Cranbrook stables.
H, MOLLER.
Nelson fishermen, have passed a
resolution urging the establishment
of hatchery for game fish in tbe Nelson district. Would it not be well
for the Cranbrook Game association
to take this matter up with tbe
proper authorities and secure a fish
hatchery in tbe Oranbrook district.
The comet sensation is a thing of
the past. Men made it an excuse
for staying out till early morn,
while hobnobbing with Chosen
Friends, and Bacchus. Now it can
be seen during the early houm of the
evening, the excuse, like the comet
Is rapidly disappearing into space.
The lawn social, given hy the City
Band on the Catholic Church lawn,
on Thursday evening was a decided
success. The lawn was prettily decorated with bunting and strings of
colored electric lights and tne ice
cream and strawberries were all that
could he desired. Thc hand hoys are
to he congratulated on their music.
FOR SALE. A three roll mangle,
In good condition, hand power. Apply at Prospector Office.
The Prospector Is sent to every
province in the Dominion and nearly
every State and large city In the
Union to the south. It is road by
over one thousand subscribers in
Kootenay district. In subscribing
for this paper forget the word
"charged" ond send the cash with
your name and address.
Last Friday and Saturday nights
the Olainan players were at the
Opera House. The productions were
"Are You Crazy" nnd a "Country
Squire." Anyone who enjoys pure
unadulterated fun and missed seeing
this compnny in Are Yon Crazy has
missed the chance of a life time. It
is Impossible to pick out the players
and say that be or she was
better thnn the rest as it whs the
host balanced play ever put on here.
The hand ami orchestra accompanying this organization are nf the best
and those who remained for tlie
dance all declare that the music wns
perfect, daman's will receive a
warm welcome when they ugain return to this city.
Cantaloupes   at   Stewart V
)   Choi
today,
Monday afternoon about 4 p. in.,
Constables Morris and Stinsnu took
three prisoners io the Court House
leavlug one named Thomas llogan.
I sentenced for three mouths, tn thu
jail Shortly after tbeir departure,
n \ Rollins notified chief Bow that
Hogan bud torn out a window aud
I mado his escape. Immediate search
| was made, and although traced to
ihc North Star mill and followed
closely,  was not  captured.
Owing to tlie pressure of business
C, K. Ward was unable to attend the.
mooting of Grand Lodge 1. 0. 0. P.
being held at Kamloops this week
niul at a special meeting of Key City
lodge held on Friday evening, P. E.
Simpson, past grand master was
elected to fill his place. Mr. Simp-
sun has been a booster for Cranbrook a good many years and Is also a cl. irter member of Key City
lodge and will not fail to bring
Cranbrook before the Grand Lodge.
1 larry White, who accompanied Mr.
Simpson is also one of the strong
men oi I lie order, Key City lodge
is to be congratulated on its representatives.
8»S*SC?S« *S69S9«96969896S^
A Straw Hat
is one of the
best weapons
we know of for
beating the hot
weather.
, Hot Weather
| has opened the
| gttvaut Hat season and we have
opened several
cases of the
finest straw hats
for the money,
it has ever been
our pleasure to
offer.
When you see them
you will wonder how
we can sell them for
the price we do.
All Styles
'<    All Shapes
in boaters and crush
shapes.
50c. to $2.50
Special     Values    in
Panamas at
$6.50 and $8.50
MCCREERY BROS.
CRANBflOOK'S DRY GOODS
AND CLOTHING STORES.
Fads for Weak Women
Un   Wilfrid Laurier will start oh his western   tour on   duly 9th,    1910,
Nine-tenth* of all the sirknean of women is due to some derangement or die-
ease of the orj'mih distinctly feminine, Such lioknesi can be cured—ii cured
every day hy
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Slek Women Well.
It act. directly tin Ilie organ, affected and ii at tlie name lima a (aural reitora-
tive Ionic Iur the whole .yatem. It cure. Pem.le complaint rifht in th. privacy
ol liome. ll muk. » uoiieccsuty the dinajrecahle questioning, elimination, and
local treatment mi univermilly in.i.t.d upon by doctor., and .0 abhorrent tn
every model » inuoi.
VV. .Imii nut particularize here a. to th. aymptom. ol
thoae peculiar ulTccllona incident to women, but thoae
warning1 Poll Information ua to their aymptom. and
meunanf poiltlte ure .re rclerred to the People'. Common Sense Mcillcul Advlwr-1008 page., newly reviwd
and iip-lii-ili.le litllflon, Rent frte on receipt oP 31 one-
cenl alumna In cm or coal of niHilina] >•/>,- or, in cloth
binding (orCl> alumna,
Add..... I),. H. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
ling, examination, ana
, and .0 abhorrent tn
•4
Our stock of Paints, Varnish Stains and
Brushes is very complete. Ask for color card,
or if out of town a request on post card will have
our best attention.
J. D. McBride
Hardware
Cranlirook H. C.
Ham and Bacon
Our smoked meats are always fresh stork. We
are sure tlmt, if you try them once you will agree
with us thai they are tlie best flavored and most
wholesome .smoked  meats you  have ever eaten.
P. WOODS d* CO,
PHONE 57
P. 0. BOX' 164
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Whatever Cut
you want, we have tt—and the
best of that particular cut
too. We have only the 'beet of
everything In meats for you to
choose from and although you
can't get such choice cuts anywhere else, you will always find
our prices surprisingly low-
I'rimo Ribs at 18c a pound
ynu cannot duplicate elsewhere, in price or quality.
Meat Providers
P. BURNS 6fc CO.
Phone tu
P. O. Doi 3
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********************* ********************
If It's Paint and Painting
We are here with the Goods
If It's Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We can't be beat
B. H. SHORT
Painter  and  Decorator
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