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Vol. 15.
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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   QHPTBMBBR   4,   WOU.
No. 86
ft fine sfee
BERESFORD
Cniuuln, one message from tbe old
country. All classes, irrespective oi
party, havo one sentiment of adinlru-
tloti and respect for the chivalrous
pnrl and graeelnl act ion displayed ny
our kinsmen beyond the seas in un
dorlulilng die voluntary assumption
• a pint ui ibe burdens, responsihiii
Lies nml obligations connected with
Imperial defence"
NORTH POLE. IS
REflGHtD
.it midnight over tin- northern lee.
Sunburns uud Irojtbrtea were no* recorded nn tlie same day, tun the
double days ot jUtter Inlused quite
an Incentive Into one's life ol Bhlvers. j
"Our observation ou April t> placc.l |
tin- camp in latitude Bli,3C, longitude
M.2.
IIAIII) (ItlINd TO I i AIS  A   i-'KW
MILiES,
■in    Hplte    ol    what seemed long
NflW DEFENCE
QUESTION
Says British Navj tuts Paramount
Influence in  Keeping  World
Feuoe   Vw\ Stilly Must
be Protect .il
CANADIAN   MINING INSTITUTE Dr. Cook, on Dreary und Barren|^v^u0°*0 hu„d?Sf milw?0Muci^oVour "W   Yet  tiive  Trouble  to  lhe
QDNIfillALi    MEETING  AT NELSON
SKI'TKMUEIt 28,
Wasto of Snow-Covered Ice.
Kinds Top of the
World-
Toronto, August 31
Beresford opened the
tioiml exhibition here
under splendid auspi
Lord Chnrles
(Jauadlnn Nn
this atturiioon
i. Qeofga    li.
Paris,  Sept. -   "Alter q  prolonged
. Unlit with famine and Host we at last
north
The sixth general mooting of members of the western branch of tlie
Canadian Mining Institute will be
opened nt Nelson on Saturday, Set).
85, when routine will be transacted
nnd SO vera 1 papers will be read and
discussed. |	
Tho    council  of tho brunch having 1 have succoodod in finding tho
approved of the acceptance of un In-I polo."
Vltatlou received from tbc local re- Thus declared Dr. Frederick A. Cool:
ception committee to adjourn the m a sinned slatcinent this morning
mooting to Spokane nnd there Join in in tho Pnrls edition of the New York
WOlComlng thfl American institute   of-Herald,
Mining Engineers to the Northwest, The Btatomont, which is dnted Sunn
there will he, nt the close of the scs- Bgede, Lorwlck, Wednesday, ci.ntin
slon In Nelson, an adjournment, ; ues ; "A new highway, with an inter
where, with the sanction and kind Co- ostlng strip of animated nature, has
operation of the A.I.M.B., a joint boon explored and big name haunts
--  - .i^,,,..,!,. B   ..„i sosHion of tbe two institutes  will   be  located which will delight sportsmen
to the crown and to themselves   und M(| ut wbich a^veml ,m|)e|.rt r0Uitiye|ftnd extend the Eskimo horizon.
Uoodorham, president of the oxhlbl
tion Committee, welcomed Lord t hail
ps us representative of the senior
partner iu the groat Arm of "John
Hull & Sons," and ns a lending 11k
ure ln the Uritlsb navy who lind done
more for universal froodom than any
other hutmin agenoy,
Canadians,"  lie added,  "are  loyal!
work was lost     in circuitous twlsta
I nround troublesome pressure lines and
I Ini'li ice tlelds. Old Ice drift, too, was
driving eastward with sufficient force
to glVO some anxiety. Although still
equal to about fifteen miles dally the
(extended marches and tho loan hours
' lor travelling with which fortune (nv-
orod    us enrlier were no longer possible !    Tbe navy
"Wo were    now about two hundred soma trouhli
miles from the pole and slodgO loads -opposition     should sit tight nml let
weie reduced.   One don niter another I tho government, do the experimenting.
wont into    the stomachs of hungry nt is approaching the subject ginger-
survivors until the teams were     OOU-lly,    All of our     Information so     far
itdorably diminished in number,     but (has trickled to us from Loudon, tbe
Btera at Ottawa having nothing
south end within a measurnblj short
period of time. What the operation
of this much needed Kootenny rail
road link between the Crow's Nest
and the C.P.R, main line at Golden
Will mean to tlie whole of the upper
Kootenay and Columbia valleys can
scarcely he estimated It will cor
tainly attract hundreds ol now Bottlers and homoseekera hitherto barred
out by the want of transportation.
It will mean the operation of many
now dormant mineral prospects ami
the utilisation of our valuable timber
resources; in short, it will lead to
general prosperity, wealth nml contentment In a district with an i
equable and pleasant climate, a (er
tile and easily cultivated aolti ami
with an Improving reputation as a
region well adapted to mixed hit in
ing mid to the growing ol tlie hard
ter, large and of all the small traits
the po'iit'icia'uH. TheIfWttablo for cultivation m n northern
temperate Bono, It cannot be boasted as the best fruit valley In the ji
Politician   Ministers at
Ottowa Have Nothing
to Say
question may  yet   give
GREY LOST IN
WOODS
Canada's Governor General Near
Death on Hunting Trip -
Lady Grey Shoots
Bear.
to "The Coal Resources   of    south-
they will not be backward in defending universal freedom. There may  be I p(,Bter,;" i^riUsh" Columbia and of'Al-
dlfferencea of opinion as to the means; b0P,   ., wlll be refttl lin(1 lUHn)HSl.a.
of procedure, but with a course   once  ..	
settled they will  go ahead on  those , mhft UjnjnD. Indnfttrv
lines. Their conviction is that it  is! ine mining inautiiry
worth thu price, no mutter what thnt     The Week has been requested to call
price may be." ! attention     to the fact that with the
Lord Beresford in ropty said "There j single exception of the Vancouver
can be no doubt that the British .News Advertiser not one of the lead-
navy has had a paramount Influence \ ing coast papers devotes any ntten-
in keeping the ponce of the world and tlon to the greatest industry of the
If that navy remains efficient this! province -mining. The public would
peace may be maintained, not only j not know that this industry yielded
to the benefit of the British empire, I twenty-six million dollars last year,
but also to the benefit ol the whole | hut for the record which is hurried
universe. Peace is the greatest, inter- ; away in tbe almost unfathomable
est any nation can possess." depths of the provincial blue books.
Lord Charles said it was fitting It would not know that there is any
that  he should  visit Canada      when miicIi industry     but that occasionally  J""„
Laud has been discovered on which
rests the earth's northernmost rocks.
A triangle of thirty thousand squure
miles bus been cut out of the terrestrial unknown.
"Tho expedition wan the outcome
of a .summer cruise in the Arctic sens
on the schooner Bradley, which arrived at tlie limits of navigation in
Smith sound late in August 1907.
Here conditions were found favorable
for launching a venture to the pole.
J, It. Bradley liberally supplied from
his vessel suitable provisions for local use. My own equipment for emergencies served well Tor every purpose of arctic travel. Many Eskimos
had been gathered on the Greenland
bores at Annatuslt for the winter
hunt.   Immense     i| mi ni.it ics
the mother country and the colonies some mine operator or engineer drops SaVtad*be*on^
bad     gathered     in council to discuss , in at  Victoria or Vancouver on   his The com-
what was best to (iiaintuin a froodom way to and Irom the mine and is in-  binotlon  was     luckv    for  there  was
which ull have enjoyed so long. i tervicwed by the ubiquitous reporter
"It will be interesting for me," he The correspondent who has taken
continued, "to ascertain ns far as I : this matter up writes somewhat bit-
can the sentiments of Canada on this terly, but there is justice in his coin-
question, it is hoped that the result ; plaint, ami having regard to its val-
of the conference will be found in ; ue, both as a dividend and a reven-
deeds, uot words. Whilst we have ( tie producer there is no doubt thut
heen tnlking other people have been mining should be dealt with hy the
acting.     What     is wanted is a hold,   daily papers in a more extensive and
constructive policy, broad In Us base
and imperial Ln its object,
"The time for talking Is over, the
time for nction has begun. There
must be a carefully compiled, concise
and practical plan for defeating the
enemy's fleet if war should unfortun
ately be forced upon us. A complete
hchenie should prevent war ami ensure
peace. The question of the safety of
the empire should be put beyond any
poBBible doubt whatever, Our supra
macy at sen has been threatened in
language that is unmistakenble.
"la the near future that threat may
become reality and it is our business
as an empire to sec that our present
position is not jeopardised in any
wny.
"If the result of the London conference produces an imperial organisation for war. in which tlie whole empire takes part, it should preserve
our supremacy intact. The Intent resources of the empire have not heen
called upon as yet to join in an organisation which, to ho effective,
must be based on broad national and
imperial lines, totally devoid of personal or party, or selfish motives, nn
Imperial defence founded on live nations, one union Jack, one navy, one
army nnd one throne.
intelligent manner,
Died at Hospital
good material for equipment
"All that was required wns conveniently arranged for nt points only
seven hundred miles from the boreal
center. A house and workshop were
built of packing boxes by willing
hands nnd this northernmost tribe of
two hundred and fifty people set
themselves to the problem of devising
u suitable outfit,
"Before the end of tlie long winter
night we were ready tor tho enterprise and plans hud matured to force
a new route over Crinnel land north
ward along its west coast out on   to
lo say.
It will be hard lor any government
to bring down any scheme for uuval
construction which could not be     at-
, tucked     with considerable force and
jublllty.   If the ships are to be con-
that   enough   varieties  can   he
successfully to give hundreds ol fam
Hies   a     good     living nml  ultimate
wealth,
PARLIAMENT HOUSE BURNED
Ontario's  Handsome  ant)   rust 1;
Hall Badly Damaged.
final observations.   I told Btukishookf money " in    Canada?"" On the other:   _, '°~T.
uud Apwolsh, the accompanying Es hand if it is proposed to build war I "»'onto, .Sept. l At noon today
kimos, that, we hud reached the 'great j whips in (Vnnda the objection will he the greatest excitement reigned at
nail.' 'made that we have not the facilities ' the parliament     buildings In QllOOn'n
"Everywhere we turned was south. I for doing so and persons inclined to\nMk where tire was discovered In thfl
With a single step we could pass from I he humorous will recall the luxuriant * '    .        .      .     .
one side of the earth to the other -   furu'shings of     the "Montcalm," the j weBl win* 01     tnfl ,m
from midday to midnight. I expulsive- repairs of the Speedy   and*1 wo minutes messengers were at boat
"At last the Hag lioated to the | the wonderful trip of the Arctic.'duty and several streams ware play
breezes, a t the pole. It was April 21, Mm a is to be said, however, in favor : |ng (m tno burning section when the
1908.   The temperature wus  minus 3S  ,,,   t |ta  shipyards already  established'.. ,,  ...
/.n»M.n..,,ln      K,n.„mur..r    nils'!      I,, H+urln !    ...    »l „..    , *    ,...,1    ««    Mi..        uMot I llMWWI   al'llVCll,    it lid    t .llC.V   alt'   IlllklUi;
Victoria, It. C, Aug. 31 -Karl Orey
Oovernoi General of Canada, who returned from Dawson ami Skngwuyby
p^,^-—^.^.^.^.^.—.^.^—.^—-—.        the govtriiment  stenmer Quadra    to-
VlncO,  but    it can he said truthfully   day, had a narrow escape from death
(here seemed to remain a sufliclent
balance for man ami brute to push
along Into the heart of the mystery
to Which we had set ourselves.
AT THE POLK AT   LAST.
"On April 21 we had reached K'.i de
grees 5'J minutes 4tl seconds.   The pole 	
wns  in     sight.   We  covered   the  re-  Htruelcd   In   England,   many   at   once!
maining 11 seconds     and made a few I will say:  "Why not spend Canadian
of ol
ontly
from
centigrade,   barometer  29.83,   latitude I 0n the sea coast and on the     great
!I0, as for longitude  it wns nothing,   bikes.   If they     can  build  tbe ships   efforts to confine the lire to til
as it was but a word. their  plea for government patronage  tion in which it stinted.   The r
AMBITION   SATED, WHAT OTHER will not he passed over lightly. 1 the wpst wing has burned buHIc
GAIN ? one fundamental difficulty with this  . ,     ,   , ,    ,
"Although crafty With joy our spir-wh.de     question     is that we do not/" ciu,ln )lt p "?   "Il(1 U'ltWt
its     began     to undergo a feeling of agree among ourselves as to     what the brokon skylights  litters the cor
weariness.   Next day, after taking all  end we have in view. Are   tlie   ships  I'ldors,
our observations, a sentiment of In- to be part of the British navy or nre -pile messengers and porters, whose
tense solicitude penetrated us while, they intended for coast and home duty it is to make periodical tests ol
we looked at the horizon. Wns it pos- defence? If we are to really build Up the fire lighting apparatus, performed
Bible that this desolate region with- the British navy for some expected that task this morning from the oh-
out a patch of earth, had aroused the nearby emergency, the practical way servatory in front of the buildings,
ambition of so many men for so would be a cash contribution. No I'fills took a greater part of the morn-
many centuries? There was no one will seriously contend that fl j ing and within an hour after tin
ground, only an  immensity of da«ftl- couple  of  gunboats  steaming     from I tests were made und  the li
when lost in the woods of Jervta In
let for tive nnd it half hours on Saturday when on a shooting expedition
without    companions other than Ins
dog
Il<- told oi falling over a precipice
in the darkness when rescued by a
search party headed by Major Clark,
bis orderly, and second officer Johnson of the Quadra, one of many
search  parties     sent  into  the  woods
after fires wero built along the shore
line to attract the lost governor general. He was utterly exhausted when
found, and his clothing was badly
torn.
The Quadra made stops at Albert
Within Hay while the Kwauakiutl Indians
took the party up the rapids of the
Nip Nimpish river, at the headwaters
of which Lady Sybil Qj 'lot a bear
weighing two hundred and fifty pound
It is expected the governor 'general
will go to Seattle about Thursday or
Friday before returning eastward via
Vancouver.
BRYCE VISITS LAURIER
They Discuss Ratification of Waterways Treaty.
Ottawa. Sept. 2—Ambassudor Bryce.
who arrived in Ottawa from Washington  this morning     had a conference
this afternoon with Sir Wilfrid Laur-
found | ter at his residence. So far as known
Provincial Constable Joseph Wilson, of Creston, died at the St. Ku
gene hospital on Monday night. Mr.
Wilson had been ill a few days at th<! PO«r sea,
Creston end on Sundav it was con- The campaign opened with a few
sidered advisable to bring him to the scouting parties being sent over the
St. Blugenc hospital for treatmeat, American shores to explore the way
but nil efforts to save his life wereH""1 sefik the Kume haunts. Iheir mis-
unavailing. Mr. Wilson was one of sio« wn« only partly successful be-
the best known and efficient constab-. c»»se « toe ^orme.
les In the service.   At one time     he u"   Mm   J*"1  lMlj«
was a member of the N.W.M.P. and . At 8linnap , "f ^binary 111, WOS,
joined the provincial police twelve the mftin expedition embarked on its
years ago, being stationed at Kusk- Voyage to the pole. It consisted of 11
anook during construction of the ™n and 103 dogs drawing eleven
Crow's Nest railway heavily laden sledges.   The expedition
Mr. Wilson leaves'a wife and four; lef* **» Greenland shore and pushed
children to mourn his loss, and the westward over the troubled Ice of
sympathy    of    the entire community SmS™ 8uU,ul'
will go out to the fnmilv In their. "The gloom of the long night was
bereavement.
Tlie funeral ,^.mmmmmmmmmm^.mm^mm^mm^
the direction of W. R. Beatty, there-
mains being taken to Creston for interment.
to the family in their
relieved only by a few hours of day
will take place under «***.   The chill of the winter
Band Concert
The City Band,    under Bandmaster
felt at its worst.
"As we crossed the heights'ol 131-
lesmereland sound to the Pacific slope
the temperature sank to minus 83
centigrade.   Several dogs were frozen
ing white snow, no living being,     no   British Columbia around Cape Horn alright, the same men were at  worn   there are no serious differences     be
point to break     the frightful mono-! to the North Sea could cut much tig-1 fighting the flames.   The origin of the I
tony. ure in deciding the war some people Ure is charged up to defective wiring
"On April 2H we started on our re-! are     picturing as inevitable between  which is said by insurance and dec
turn." ! ! Britain and Germany.  On the other  trical experts    to be decidedly nntt-
_  j hand  if     these ships are merely  In-   ciliated in character.
GROWTH OF NORTH SURPRISING1 t^ded to     prevent poaching and to      As soon as tire broke out word was
 0_ visit our seaports or even in  neccs-   ,Lt once sent to the different  tit part
sity     to     defend  them,  there seems  meats and the full staffs
Trip of Premier wus Extended to
Queen Charge Islands.
very reason  why  we should patron-j work  Immediately   collecting  pn.vin Iters which
tween Canada and the United States
which necessitates the visit of the
ambassador to Ottawa.
Hon. Mi. Bryce was in Montreal
yesterday to see Premier Ward of
New Zealand and came on to the capital to spend a few hours with Hit
Wilfrid ami incidentally discuss mat
ure
in process of adJust-
ise home Industry as far as possible,  olol documents nnd carrying then
It .would not be     surprising to And   vaults for safety.
applications     for     aid to steel ship: 	
building   from   Halifax,   .Sydney,   St.      Later -At half past two the lire was
.John,     Quebec,   Montreal,  Totonto, j burning fiercely and the whole stine
Collingwood, Satilt Ste, Marie, Prince I tore is threatened    with destruction
llupert     and Vancouver. The present j The library has been completely gut
government will try to placate every j ted.   It contained one hundred thou
interest nnd tbe opposition will have I sand valuable works, and among oth-
a clean     cut     policy if they are to  ers the law library of  the lute     Sir
^^^^^^^^^ make any impression upon tbe conn-! Oliver Mowat.   The collection of his*
able development     even as far north j try.   Just now   it is doubtful it there   iolioal     pamphlet       which hail been
as     Atlin     nnd on Queen Charlotte is sufficient interest    in    the subject i gathered for years,  were ail destroy-
islands. throughout the country to justify   a   ed, and many of them arc works that  Ing ton, arrived in Ottawa today and
The  trip was extended    to    White- j premature declaration of policy. j cannot     lie  replaced.   The  buildings   Sir Wilfrid Luurier in respect to mat-
horse through the courtesy of Mr. A.      The     whole    question is wound up   were reopened In L89H,  when Sir oil-Iter-; in process of adjustment between
L. Berdoe and Dr. Schnrachmldt     of [and Interlaced with the broader   and   ver Mowat     was premier.   The cost  Canada and the United Htates.
the White Pass & Yukon route,   who. deeper question of  Imperialism.      As   Was approximately     one and a uuar-      Sir Joseph     Ward, Premier of New
The premier and Hon. Dr. Young,
who returned from tlie north early
yesterday and left in the afternoon
for Victoria, made a most successful
tour of Northern British Columbia.
The trip, which completed the premier's annual tour of the province,
was replete With surprises of remark-
menl Jietween the two countries, tn-
cludlrig the waterways treaty, to
which a rider was attached by tho
American senate, will shortly be settled by the cabinet. Ambassador
Bryce, Sir Wilfrid Luurier, i^ftd the
members of the cabinet at present in
the city tonight attended a dinner in
honor of premier Ward of New Zealand.
Ottawa, Sept. 2—Right     Hon. Jas.
BrycO,   British   Ambassador  so  Wash
placed a private car at the disposal
of the ministers. They were accompanied by Mr. W. J. Maneon, M.L.A.,
Mr. J. 8. 0, Praser, manager of tbe
Bank of Montreal at Kosslnnd, Mr.
A.   B.  Mackenzie     also of Rossland,
Oorrlson, will give a concert Sunday  which the
and the men Buffered severely, but we : an.(i ,Mr- Lawrence     Macrae, the pre
soon    found     the name trails along I m[er s secretary
The program
"Summer Breezes," Mack-
P.   A.
have just  arrived  at a crisis I next at half past four,
in our history as an empire.   We aim i will be as follows :
at no aggressive actions or increase     Processional,   "Germania,"   Kasncr
of territory, nor do we     hold     out     Chorale, "Vox Dllecti," late Sir A
threats to other nations,   We wish to j Sullivan.
keep clear of luternatlonal disputes,' Solo for trombone, "The Palm:
but we wish to consolidate the empire for the purpose of national nil-
vantage and defence. But we are determined to hold our- own and to let
all know that our unassailable supremacy at sea shall be kept. Instead
of a British navy solely maintaining
that supremacy as iu tbe past, tbc
other Knglish nations have offered to
come and to share some of tho burden, standing shoulder to shoulder.
as     Britons,     and to hold what we ^^^■iciiiMHiMiHiiaii.itiiiiiiiiilii^iM
have. Cranbrook Fair
"Union is strength. Closer union ()n September 14 and 15 Cranbrook
means greater strength. If the Brit-'
ish empire is tu remain it must main
tain a naval superiority that is undoubted. The'heart of the empire is
absolutely dependent on the punctual
and sure delivery of Water carried
food and raw material
ind     the game trails along j,mt?
wny was easy. 'jl
between  the two parties the Conser-! ter million dollars. Zealand, arrived  this morning     and
vative party by tradition has     been   will leave to-morrow for Toronto and
the party most concerned in strength-    , Later   At three o'clock the lire was   Niaunrn    He     called on  Sir Wilfrid
eniug the ties    between this country I under control, with west wing badly  Laurler
and the mother land.   Hon. Ceo.  B.I damaged.   Insurance   is   small
Foster, whose speech upon naval   de- j pared with loss.
fence in the House was notable   has] 	
Additional Locals
TO LAY CORNER STONE
taken high and advanced ground up-
leaving Vancouver     August 12 byjon the obligation of Canada, her fit
"We forced    through Nansen sound  tht' steamer Amur, the minister call-; ture and destiny.   It is not likely his
to Land's End   In this march we sc-l^ rtt Q"«n Charlotte islands.     The   views are far apart from those held
cured 101 musk oxen, seven bears and   I)llint "f the  Pacific  Coast  Fisheries j by  Mr. R. L. Borden.   But Mr.  Bor-
; 335 hares ;(,f Vancouver at  Pacofi  was inspect-j den, as leader of the opposition must
'    "We pushed out into the Polar sea  etl-   Ah il reHlllt of. Jhe v,isit t() Je(!;
from the    southern point of Herbert way a separate mining district   will
i island on March IS.   Six Eskimos re-' b" established there with Mr.  K. M.
turned from here I Sandilands as gold commissioner.
I "With four men and 46 dogs mov-! At Skldegate a meeting was held
Saint Bee's," arranged, tne supplies for eighty days, tho und *\ Charlotte city an address was
crossing of the pack was begun. 3; presented to the premier by Mr. D.
days later two other Eskimos, fo*m-[ ' ■ Young The hospital there in
ing the last supporting party return- charge of Dr. Boss was inspected. At
ed and tho trains had now been re- » reception tendered the premier at
duced hy the survival of the fittest. Price Rupert eight hundred persons
Two best    men   and twenty-six dogs wero present.   The first minister was
greatly impressed  with the advancement of the G.     T. P. terminus since
t Earl Grey to Officiate at Edmonton
and Regina.
Pan re
Andante
le Beyer.
Chorale,
P, E. Oorrlson
Serenade,    "Angelic Choir
Myers.
Processional, "The Silver Trum
pets," Vlvlnni, (a) "Tempo Slow
March," (b) Beligioso, (c) Finale.
God save the King.
Arch.  Leitch  left  for  Spokane Friday on business. ^M	
.     , ,.i    ,     ^ ,    i ,       ,     • A    Ottawa, Sept. H-It is officially an-
■ .. Lord Charles Beresford has decided ,,,,..m.,,,i thnl  Rnrl firev   at the    re
..peak always with deliberation     and  not to make it western trip. "U(f the lffinant eoSerno?s    of
not commit     himself and his party:   4 , \ ,  £   I ?PiJ 5      k°!
hastily    to     any     propaganda   The      A game of football between    Moyle An£j*fr T*  '^skatcncwan   bus con-
whole naval question may be discuss-; and  Cranbrook   will   he  played   Mon- scnted to ,n>" -t-he corner 8tone of tho
ed in a non partisan way by purlin-; day.
ment. 	
$1500.00 buys five acres of Al Fruit
will hold her big race meeting and
agricultural fair. Large prizes are
being offered and the people of the
district are very enthusiastic. All the
ranchers and fruit growers of East
Kootenay are working to make a big
srtcries, the trade routo""!!"'^^*  •U"vltt" H" "" U' *""" wl"lt «"' <lifi'
fill attack on trade routes would par
alyze the trade of the Dominions as
well as that of Great Britain. It then
becomes a matter of life and death
to the British empire to remain supreme at sea. Any attempt to wrest
that supremacy from us must he met
by a steady, reasoned and determined
effort on our part to defend what we
hold. The command of the sea is a
necessity for our existence as an empire. The tendency of late mis been
to gain complete naval supremacy in
the North  Sea.   That  would  protect
trict. can produce. The horsemen have
interested the racing people of western Canadn and the northwest states
and in consequence there will be a
tine showing on the track. Oranbrook
bus a reputation for making good on
any entertainment that she attempts
anil the people in charge of the fair
this year propose to do better than
was ever done in this city before.
Commissioners Appointed
The following    have been appointed
  ,.   to lie commissioners    for the taking
the heart of the empire, the British of affidavits under the Provincial El-
Isles from Invasion, but I repeat that ectlona Act in the electoral districts
complete naval supremacy on all seas |n which they reside : Cranbrook elec-
can only secure the continuance of toral district. W. P. McFarhine, Jas.
the British empire as a whole. It is , Cordon Sutherland, George Aloxand-
that fact that has been lately roaiis- «r Leitch, Ceo. Campbell, Ira Man
ed by Britons throughout the world,   nlng,, John     Westly Uutledge, David
'There is no necessity to aver that .fohn Rimer, William Burton, William
the dominions are loyal to the crown. Stewart, John <>. Ingram, W. J.
Canadians, for Instance, have proved Johnson, John Burns, Bryon Camp-
this loyalty many times in the past hell St. Clair, John Edward Wnlch,
by their fighting or preparing to fight John Roberts, William George Hay
on behalf of the British empire on ward, Isaac James Baxter, Hiram
questions of imperial nature in what Yoike Parker and John Blnyoey of
may fairly be said that Canada   had Cranbrook.
really no Interest.   1 believe the Can- —■	
adian nation will always light to keep Moy ProseOU'e (JraV
Canada in the empire and stand     to 3 '
thnt Imperial sentiment.
"There may be differences of opinion us to tbc best means for welding
the different parts of imperial defence into one great whole, but
were picked for iinal effort
GOAL 460   MILES AWAY
"There before
unknown   bis former visit.
After the trip through Atlin nnd to
board-
^^_^^_^^_^_^^^^^^^ Swan son
bay, inspected the plant of tbe Can
adian Pacific Sulphite Pulp company
which will soon be ready for operation.
line of 460 miles lay our goal.     The
first     days     journey   provided   long  "hitohorse  the  party,   before
marches and     we made encouraging I !nR tllc Princess     Rpyal at S-
progress.   A  big lend  which separated the land from the Ice of the central pack was crossed with little    delay.
"Low temperature was persistent
and winds made life a torture. But
cooped up in our BttOW houses, entiug
dried beef tallow and drinking hot
tea there were some animal comforts
occasionally to he gained.
"For    several     days alter sight of
COOK NOT A MAN TO MISLEAD' &£ £ Sft^XMS. p"'
 o  I perty sold for town     lots.- Ue   Vere
London Times Says Achievement1Hunt- Vranbrook, b. c
Cannot be Doubted.
legislative buildings of Alberta and
Saskatchewan, the former at Edmonton on October 1 and the latter at
Regina on October 4.
Eclipse of Mars
An interesting eclipse of Mars by
the moon visible throughout the United States, will occur September 15,
according to a bulletin issued by Pro
known bind was lost the overcast sky I lessor Brooks at Smith's observatory
prevented  an  accurate determination | «aay.
London, Sept. I—In an editorial the  j   '    i.
Times says that such a man as    Dr.
Cook is, prima facie, not likely     to
mislead the world nmout his achievements.
"When he telegraphs his wife 'Successful,' and to the director of the
Belgium observatory that he has
reached the pole, we are bound to accept the statement as serious," says
the editorial.   "If hy any chance fur-
Captain  Pollen of the  royal  navy.
and T. W. Llntuer of London, ESng.,1
were  in  town   Friday.   Captain   Pol- j
Victoria, Sept. 2—The steamer Quadra left at eleven o'clock this morning for Seattle with Earl Grey, the
Governor General of Canada, Lady
Grey. Lady Sybil Grey, Viscount Las-
celle.
aide de camp, and his suite.
brother of C, H. Pollen,
president of the Kootenay Central
Railroad Co,
Mr. Norman H. Stabler of the O.P
R, offices left Cranbrook on Wednes
day tor Winnipeg, to take a position
there. His friends, not a few, regret
that be has left their circle.
The party- will remain in Seattle
until Saturday morning when the
Quadra will leave for Vancouver and
the governor general will proceed to
Ottawa.
The Cranbrook   Machine  Shops
ther investigation     showed that     he being     remodeled.   A   building  60x26
had been mistaken in his latitude nnd   will be constructed for foundry   pur
The phenomenon will last about an
hour, beginning In the longitude of
Washington nt 8.42 p.m., and ending
at 11.89. The eclipse will be visible to
the naked eye.
that be had not quite readied the
mysterious spot for which Peary,
Nansen and Wellmnn have striven
vainly, there would be a reaction of
opinion that even the most hardened
explorer would mot like to face."
KOOTENAI CENTRAL RAILWAY
Victoria, Sept. I--Owing to reports
that Karl Grey and Lord Lascelles
shot a mountain goat and two deer
in the northern    woods an Investigu
    --- ,, ,      the tion is being    made by the members j
different     pnrts of the British nation  of the Victoria Gun club who will ask
of our position.   On March     30     the
horizon was partly cleared and     new
land was     discovered.   Our ohserva
tions gave our positions as   latitude
84.47,  longitude 86.36.
"There     was   urgent need of rapid
advance. Our     main mission did not
permit a  detour  for  tho  purpose  or
exploring the coast. Here we saw tho
last     signs     of solid earth ; beyond , Mountain < hapter
there was nothing stable to be seen.    » the    chapter room oi me masonic i    Th(.     Mim.yorH    who have been at
BEYOND RANGE OF ALL LIFE-      r°mi,lfl »'' Tuesday evening   the oc-       h   , M Thursday last seeking th
"We     advanced     steadily  over tb-   nis.o.i      being      the   official   visit   of -     -
monotony of moving sen ice and now wrnnd scribe E excellent    companion
found ourselves beyond the range    of George J^Bonnott, one of the grand
All
Emergent Meeting
emergent
meeting of Rocky
R.A.M., was held
in the chapter room of the Masonic
Temple on Tuesdny  evening,  the oc |
Final Survey of   the   Proposed I £•".in n^w to miss i
* r | Zealand at Vancouver on
Route.
poses, a new stack for molting
will be hullt.
"Daniel's secret, anil bow he would
apply it to modern labor problems,"
will he the subject of llev. Charles W.
King's address Sunday evening next
at the Baptist, church
It. Burns, of    Hums Hi
Best of New
____ the 2.1th of
last month.   Mr. and Mrs. Burns
xpecteil home next  week
council,
mice
all life -neither footprints of beam
nor the blow holes of seals were; do
tectod. Even the microscopic ercat
ures of the deep were no longer nndc>
us. The maddening Influence of tin
shifting desert of frost became al
most unendurable in the daily rout
me.
"The suefuce of the puck offered lesi
and less trouble and the weather im
proved, but there still remained tin
life sapping wind which drove despntt
to its lowest recess. ^^^^^
''Extreme    cold compelled physical west
action.   Thus day after dny our wen
ry legs spread over big distances. In
There     was a  large attend
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR NOT Al'
POINTED YET
No successor to James Dunsmuir,
lieutenant governor of British Columbia, is yet, named and the appoint
ment will in nil probability not be
disposed of until lion. Wm. Temple
man, British Coldmbla's represent a
tive. in the cabinet, returns from   the
_^_^______    i UNITED STATES DREADNOUWHT
best possible route for the Kootenay1 —o—
Central railroad, south ot Fort Btcolo BNORMOU8 FIGHTING  VKSSFL IS
have just reached tills point with tlie TURNED   OVER   TO WASMINO
tinal revised line. The junction     with
the Crow's Nest line will he made at TON GOVERNMKNT
or near Galloway, or Cranston as it. ,.„   . . ..     '   _°  ,    ,   „,.     „ .,   ,
is used to being called,   From there rttlladolphla,     Bppt. I    Ibe United
a much improved grade is being laid stllt,'K battleship  Michigan  was turn
out ns    far    as East Wardner, from ,'<1  nV,'r, oMnllf  to  the government
which     point     the new route follows by a« '"'"dcrs today.   Phfl latest  -
closely the east bank of the river   a <l»tsitiiw to the United Stat
few feet   above highest water mark. '»* inm' Ih ?' the Dreadnought cin
This final  survey   reaches our town
MARATHON   AT BLAIRMORE
Blairmore,     Sept. 2—Five hundred
dollars has been hung up for a twelve
, mile Marathon race open to the world
i to be   held     nt Blairmore on Labor
I day.  Meadows,    the fast Canadian,
and many others have already entered and a great race is anticipated. It
is expected Fitzgerald     and     Acaose
i will also toe the scratch.   The Marathon will add great interest to Blair-
! more's annual day of sports.
ACROSS ATLANTIC IN 4 DAYS.
New York, Sept. 2-The Lusltania,
; by landing her passengers in New
' York at half past seven tonight, kc-
I CompllShed the first four day western
passage of a trans Atlantic liner. Tbe
I time from Daunts Rock to the Am-
' hrose channel lightship was four days
i eleven  hours and  forty-two  minutes.
This new record clips more than threo
j hours from the Lusltania's best par
formanco heretofore.
fight
FOOTBALL MONDAY
A game ol football will be played
Monday next between Cranbrook and
Moyie teams at half past four for the
Kerrigan cup The game will be on
the recreation grounds.
rtaivuun unr  iuwn  IUH' on° "' ""'     largest   afloat.   The
close to the waterworks pump house.! Michigan on its trial  speed OXC led
from which it follows the hank of the ItllC contract speed limit. She has    a
river in front,     of the town and will displacement of sixteen thousand tons
and carries eight twelve inch guns.
BRIDGE AT STEELE
apparently run under the enstern end
of  the new bridge,   possibly  necesslt
mmmm^l^-—-,^,^,^,^,^—^-.       atlng the raising of that end of   thi
Tho building of the new bridge    at bridge.
. .trt    Steele     continues  to  progress     Though long delayed it may be saib
rapidly, and when completed will bo  now with something of assurance thnt
will have no difference,of opinion    as the attorney general to prosecute the  JJ^Jg and positions  were recorded,
SWaarf ££%£!& r'^'trtealtf }S ffi    "^    MM    - A*! T was made  ^ofS  "=^S Kl»T^ttfS tfiMfc Sn„ dune *.«*. at Cranbrook Friday evening,
without glvlne   you, as representing not commence until October. ^notnblo by    the sWngiBB ol tlio sunt bridges to Kast Kootenay. , new raw «m     uimmencc irom m,   wnrcu .«.    r     >.
MOHK OCEAN KI.IKIl RBOORDB
New York, Sept. 'i—The Humbure-
Amorlcan line Kteumer Kaiser AugUBt
Victoria wan reported today by wlre-
Ichh to be breaking all her own record* and Ih expected to dock totnor-
niw afternoon. This will be the first
I imp lor her to roach the pier here on
Victoria, Sept. 0   The Hist cnteoof  Friday.
sleol rails for the Orn'nd Trunli I'acl- 	
readied Prime     tluporl  yesterday     Hon.     Tnos.     Taylor, minister ol
steamer Hercules,  Lands and Works    was exptcted    to
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Till'! I'lUiSl'Mtl'IIJll.    tUUNHItuuK,    n.    0.,   SA'lTUIiAV. SKI'TRMfiKH I, Iflnl
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Livery
We ask yon to call and try
our new Consignment id new
aad Up to date rigs for
Wtntei   and   Summer,   Just
received Topplr and  Kelt able
Horses    at    your    disposal
Give   them   a   trial and be
convinced.
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It vou wanl ,i delit ious
Chocolate' trv those
New-ports ;u I he Palm.
\\ V havf just ic*eivetl
j   l.n-'r   stock   and   arc
\KXT SESSION.
The govorument has plenty to
bring before parliament and it has
some serious problems to confront,
< Tin debute upon naval defonce and
Imperial contributions will undoubtedly command the attcution of the
country. Allied with these, are Ibe
questions     relating     to   tho all red
That Sir Wilfrid Laurier may not
wish to come to British Columbia
ihll year is very possible, li all stories are true, the internal affairs of
the Liberal party here are not Just
.is satisfactory to the gentlemen Identified with it as they could wish. If
the federal leader of the party should
arrive iu tbe province at this June
lure he might have to act as an urn
pire, and while Sir Wilfrid may not
hi- much of a baseball fan, he doubtless knows something about the fate
ol umpires. Colonist
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Turn that wrapping paper tho
other side out," said a lady in a
store this morning, as the clerk was
putting up her purchase. "I read the
papers as all intelligent people ought
to,     and  I  think  in thorn is the
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OIHoai Armstrong  Avo        fit
HOUIta ♦  X
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UARVKY,    McCARTER
AiNU   MACDONALD,
Biu'iislert. ami Solicitors,
ORANBROOK,   IM
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cable and       ho all  red  steamship   p|ftCe t„ mlvortis,       ....  bllIihu.HS(   ,n
route. Auain. the recently passed Am Ltead ()t wking yoill. cugtomerB    t0
erlcan tariff bill has presented dlni Urry          si       iu,illlu, with        h
Solo  Atfi'llts
Cranhronl
h»r
itltlea tn the Customs and Kinanc
departments ami even to some of the
provincial governments ami it will
not be surprising ii a part ol the see
Blon should be devoted to supple
mentaly tariff legislation This is
the more likely because the govern
ment in anxious to back oul of the
ridiculous trap In which it caught It
self while attempting to play horse
with    German)    The    fact that the
farmers in tins i ntrj  ore excluded
fnim tbe second largest markol lu the
World, cunnot much longer escape at
tentlon.
Tbe Grand Trunk Pacific problem
will be up again for consideration.
Mr Lumsden's resignation as chief
englneei under all the circumstances
may well call for an enquiry by par
1 [lament Lumsden made q great mis
( fitk*- In not supporting Majoi Hod
I (fina when the latter made his charg
bout over classification and
THE   PALM
Frank Dezall
' iKNKKAI. ULACKSMITI I I cured a committee (rom'the bouse T, I *uw1 ■>>' U» Bowd of Trade show thai
'Investigate them    No one now     dis     :''  :t wnglfl passenger in the 1'mted
putes that     he was telling the exacl   ^"^mi   lost     his     lite in n train
nth and if Lumsden and the Grand
lurchase of goods.   Go tell the poi
pie through     the     papers what you
have to sell ami how you sell it."
• •   ■   •
The agricultural fair will soon be
upon us. and from the appearance ol
the apple, cereal and vegetable crop
the exhibit will be bettei  than over
We are also informed ;i splendid
poultry exhibit will be made, proud
ed safe accommodation is available .
this the directors should furnish
There is every encouragement to the
capitalist to build railways, says
Miss Agues Deans Oameron, ol west
era Canada, especially the Grand
I'n.nk Pacific capitalist . the Cana*
dlan government builds Ins line, und
allows his capital Btock to be all
watered,
• ■  •  ■
British   railways  keep   up  their  re
ci rd for   sate travel.   Statistics    is
|.  W.   RU I'LEDGE,
M M.V      V S
URANHKOUK,   B.C,   tiradnate    ol     Ouiarlu    Vouii'lnorj
»'olloijo, Toronto, in istis.
Uraduatoand Modal Ui of Mt-KllllpVet-
(..   II      I HOMPSON. urlnarj Uallojro,* t'hlmigo, III. in inuo
UiitTister, Solictor, utul Rotflrtminl      inbov     of     Di-HUhl
Notary  Public Columhln    V. dutton,
i >niiv    i;....i   lltuldiiigH,      **>!• osils NIQHT A DAY PSOMPHV ATTIKOID TO
I RANUWOOK,  I. l'   office  «i  mckinsinyr  livery barn  X
ORANBROOK, H (
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IVI. s   & (   K
CUANHUOOK,  R C
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Minim;  Ellgllleei    tint
R C    Land   Sin ^ ovor,
WOODWORKER
ltulil.fr  Tires  Applied
Tn liugpy Wheels
•HUNTS KOK CANADIAN CYCLE
ANU MOTOR CO'S BfCYCI.KS
KepmniiH
-i|nn:i!tv.
P. 0.   IUx   219
In Summer
—less fond is needed than
in winter. But it is essential
that tummer food be palatable
and nutritious. 1 hat is why
the best ol all summer (oods is
BOVRIL
We Deill in Evi T\ limit;  I'liilii
u Needle Id ;i  I .<■<-. >ni< >t i\ <■
JOSEPH 17 MCLEAN
Dli VI..KII IN
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Francis Edward
Corrison
Trunk Engineers had come forward
and supported linn he would ttavi
made a case which would ba< - i eai
ed up the atmosphere and -avid the
country a vast amount of money.
Mr Lumsden, howevei gave H Igtn
n* i asrilstance and the major was
brow beaten mtn dismissing the cose
Before long it dawned upon L
that the abusen pointed out bj M..;
Hodgins were bo extensive and fai
reaching that they could no longei
..*• tolerated, Then ho attem] ted I
Interfere and got Backed i"i his Inter
ference The governmenl would not
dared to have fire him had he come
out boldly and told the public nt the
time of the Hodglna Inquiry what he
will tell the public on the witness
Btand at the next session.
The rush Into the western Canadian
country still continues in Increasing
volimie. During the month of July
over four thousand two hundred
homestead entries were made, an  in
crease      over  the same  mouth of lasl
year ol nearly one thousand We arc
to remember that this does not re
present hy any means the settlement
foi the month upon the land Nntur
nil)  the areas for homesteading    are
hi nil; pushed back further and farther
ii the lines of railway and accord
Ingly to those who possess money
for tbe purchase nl laud are heroin
Ing   less  alul   less  desirable  owing    to
their remoteness from transportation
facilities. Numerous settlers, the ma
jorlfcy of them, perhaps, nre buying
thi ii lanus from the big laud com
panics or from private holders. The
harvests which liave been secured during the past six or seven years make
such a purchase a sure and profitable
Investment nnd nun with money do
not hesitate to buy when they have
almost a certainty of being able to
pay for their purchase with the re
turns obtained from one season's
crop. It is a gratifying picture of the
Inrush thut the American settler is,
in the majority of cases at least,
bliyiag bis lands. By doing so be
gives assurances of bis resolution to
become u Canadian and make his
children Canadians, not simply reap
a few harvests from the west, and return whence he cume During the
year so far over seventeen thousand
entries Imve been made in the three
provinces, an increase over the same
period last year of 3500. We may expert the bumper harvest which is in
process of being garnered to provi
such nn attraction that the figures
just presented will appear small in
comparison with those of four or
live years hence. The fact that this
Is the last free west is doing not o
little in stimulating the rush. The
Province.
k during tost year, though many
."■■ tons were killed by railway trains
in various other way's, such ;is cross
:i.   the tracks, trespassinc. etc
• *   •   •
The eleven million dollars *hu*h is
to be spent on the Canadian tuny is
usi about the amount oi the annual
rvasts     at   Ottawa    Let us get the
■ v by Bavtni the waste
• • i  •
3 >me ol those immigrants search
nc for land in the Northwest can
tnd some of the best land In Canada
In 'he Kootenay valley.
• •  •  •
The man who prides himself in the
!■-.' si,mi that he is always right is
-imply too stupid to comprehend
whi n he is wrong
• •   •  •
Mr. Pusley will have a [en weeks ot
flsure before tbe opening of permanent He could not do better than
t ike n course in book Veep ins
\V. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sleam  Roller* and Purnaca Wor!
Specialty.
t'osi nnd Stock ISstiuiatoa
\:\s ■■ l-'unitoliad Upon Applloa
l' ' i   ftus •.':»,. ft,,mi.    ■.'• lion
lJ.0. Box 834.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967 	
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moi i oven In,I.i, .11 i ii.il,
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   and Suited Meats,
Pish und  Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST  ARRIVED
Orders by Moil will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
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ANCIENT ORDER   FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, S1M;I
\Y.   R.   BEA'm
Undertaker,
KtnlitllliuT,
Funoi'al Dlfoatnr,
CRANBRl OK,  B.C.
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Gvcrythlng indicates that thu kov-
eminent Intends to convene parliament ni nn early date, possibly on
the first Thursday in November. The
ministers arc returning, and Sir Willful Laurlor ivho really does about
all the wnrk anyhow is at his desk.
There Is no reason uliy the departments should not be ready us the last
liseal year ended live months ago and
the house prorogued in May. November sessions in the past hnve been un-
satisfactory. The house has not been
assembled till the last week In No-
j vembcr with the Chrlatmns Holidays
close at band. The result has been
thai nothing »■.,.-, done till January
beyond disposing of the debi
upon the a,hires., Ii the bo ia< me
earl) in November, however, there is
no reason why II ihould not settle
down     in     business ,,t onr,- mid th
' Iii: itmas holidays i I make no
turbance any     more than the Kn
holidays at s later date
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A.   MoOowaB, t'hiet   RaBger,  ;! No.  Il'S.   1!. A. M. |
i'   A. Abbot... secretary. |       [.,,,„,„, ,lll„,i„(ra._2mi Tll(ls. |
:   Visiting Brethren made welcome.      I  ,1,l-v   in  el,ch   month   "' "i«l" i
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Pound!
Have Commenced Work
K\c-nviitions for the ftitension ami
enlargement of tbe water mains
commenced Monday.
The new mains will have a length
of 8000 fret. nnd twenty inch
pipe will bo laid from the reservoir
to fhc brow of the hill where connections will be made with the present
twelve Inch pipe.
This will be a icreat Convenience,
affording an ample supply of water
for domestic purposes, also a protection against tires.
TO RENT.
On Cranbrook street, near Hyde
street, a two room cottage partially
furnished.   Apply nn the premises.
Catarrh Cured
I can cure catarrh, nn matter how
long standing. Catarrh la an inflam
matory affection of any mucous mem
brnne in which there are congestion
and swelling, either in the head or
stomach, Since mining to .Southeast
Kootenay I have cured over 200 cases. T positively guarantee a cure or
money refunded. Summer is the time
to get rid of your catarrh, call   and
see me.
DR. TAIYK10,
Cranbrook. B.C.
Residence   near   N.   A. Wallinger's
residence,
:h"all     Sojouring   Rcbekahs  cordially invited J      Repent it—"Shiloh's Cure will   al-
+    Mrs-P. E.Simpson,  Noble Grand    f  ways   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
*    Ada M. Hlekenbotham, Secretary
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READ THE PROSPECTOR.
Put a little;
Sunshine'1
in your
home A
An nld-fashioned.
ill-working furnace is a non-
producer.
It consumes the coal, but through leaks and
cracks wastes llie heat.
ft is not economy to have, such a furnace in
your own home, or in your tenant's home.
If you :irc thinking of building you should be interested'in Sunshine Furnace. Il adds.MO per cent, to
home comforts.
As soon as you let the contract for your house decide
on  your  furnace.     The " Sunshine" man will be
pleased to tell you just how tlie rooms ought to be
laid out with an eye to securing greatest heat from
the smallest consumption of coal.
If  you  want  to experiment  with the question don't
specify "Sunshine."
If you want to settle the question specify "Sunshine."
McCIary's  .
FOR    SAI.K    l'V PATMORK  DUOS.
On Baker tieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill k Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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HANSON AVENUE      •      •      CRANBROOK, B.C.
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HOUSES, STOVES, new and second band FURNITURE.   CROCKERY   and   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL what we have in stock at prices that
will surprise you. A visit to the Dollar store will convince you that we have the goods, and can save you
lilty per cent on any goods purchased.
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TEACHER   OF
Violin,  IJiiiiju. i iuilnr, M
and     Standard      ln.«tn
■ .. I' i« announced that aboul „ lum :
loliii ,|re,i rural mail delivery route* have
■nls ! Deen opened oe a result ,,l tho   i„,rit ■
  master General's eleventh hour c •,••;
sIod, prior to the elections   Thonum-j
Orchestra      Furnished       ber is   not    Impressive, and there Is
I every reason t<» believe that it     has
Mhiiae iff. CRANBROOK, B.C.  been kepi down by the ilitfiniitv not
ed at ih,' time .Mr   Lemieui mad,' In,.
I anu,.iiin:,-iii,'iii . the farmers who live
STEADY EMPLOYMENT       ShiiHHd^HoSS'
—n— Lamleiix's own term   which is denied
r',,r i reliable     local salesman re    to them    The dlrncnltj Is Insupornhlo
prtsentlni      Onnnda's    Oldest   nml I "nder the Lemlcus scheme I
Qood Diflcnttni  For Cash
smm. ^ stronc
Oreatsst Nurseries in Crnnbroos and |
•djoinini: country.
The popularity "f our stock which
it gri.wa ,,n ifmestone soil, inakinu
oiu tre*s and busbofl hardier mid
longer-liveil than coast grown stock,
is acknowledged by experienced fruil
growers.
w> inslie n Rpeolalty of growing
■toik for linti-.li Columhln and ship
in carload to thnt province,
A iierninnfnt. sltuntioa to right
man, with territory reserved,
I'ay weekly ; free outfit Write fur
particulars,
St.ne it Wellington
I'ViNTIMI,!, NlirtHBtllKH
TORONTO riNT
(Licensed by u. O. Government.]
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theatres,
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i« on  the hiipplci
world    Ho can go to thi
Un- .,rt,'iiif„,n nn,I evening and
farthing, also InaucBts and |
Ilr hns free tickets t.r,
geti   wedding cake ?
I   somotlmos got i    in
'Tin
beggars
tin'
Hlr Wilfrid Lnurlcr
GEO. R. LEASK & CO,
Premier of Canada
VWtknmSmi**™
am not orton, as ho ran tnkp [I bark
In tho noxt issue "hiri. he generally AliSO 8B0ONB   HANI) MAOHINK8
does   While othor Inlks have to go to
hoi ly H    editor can sit up every        |IY,H SAIjH   OHHAP AND TO
RRNT.
night  nml  B«o all  Unit  in gidng
A  i'.iiiinlinn I.aak lias Informed it,
clerks that they must  not marry un #»_**   n   .,.,.,_, ,      « .
til tl..-y arc receiving twolvo liiindro.1 GEO. P   POWELL, Agent
surolyl   This bank docs" n"o't°propose Armstrong Avenue.
to back the bonils of matrimony. Pbocs lit Orsttreslf, S. •,
FOLEY'S
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GRAHAM   WAFERS
TMtbonem Foley'sOraham Warors FOLEY'1  FANOY BPTUIT8
then   tn!;tfi  nne  from  any  other
factory.   We are  willing to accept No fancy biscuit, could ua >mne
your Judgment ua to wlifoh H best. pleasing either to the tuto or in
That 1r the Rtandard we have set appearance than Foley's "Pig N«w-
fpr   ouroolvei   in   maicing   Foley's tan- anrt "Bultana Fruit" hincuits.
firaham  U'afeni   thoy must tie the ,-,.,. ».,.„,.,»„ ,,^,„. I,„,nM.L,N„i „
Dest, or wc won't ship them,    flood fhoso »lacults >'av(! onlalmsned a
will not, satisfy un.   The:;   must   be demand for themselves in thousands
'"tit- of   Western   Canadian   homes   a>)d
In ofttlnu Foley's Oraham Wafers there are thousands of othor homos
you  will   note  the ilclii-inuHly  rich whore they will be equally popular
"full flavor-' ami TUB SAME FRESH- just as soon as ttaey are onco tried.
NEHS THAT YOU (JI'.T IN FOLEY'S Nflxt tim(t you buy fancy biscuits,
SODAS. tell your dealer to send you cither
Shipped the clay nude, In alr-tlRht "Fl* Nrwtons" or "Sultana Fruits,"
lioxet and  tins   novet  t»ken  from vou will lind them richly il-ivoreil
rvt.7wtt'piSl'Vndyo'ISr,SSl. »ndttnuiuallyple..lng»«d«M.lylng
it wlien they li-itv,- tlm fantory. to the Ulte.
FOLEY'S  OATMEAL  WAFERS
I in you know llm tixnupl lonnlly pleasing fonlurus of llirso wafers
■lliolf lilglily milrllIons value ns n food? Nothing licaltlihir for tho
family i" mil Mum Pnlny's Ontincnl Wafers
Foley  Bros. Larson & Co.
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What Ms Yott,
Do you feci wciiki tired, doNpondent, hive frequent heed-
iicIr-, con ted ttmfiiH-, hitler ur hud taste in morning,
l,hciirt*hurr)i" I'clidinii of ji,\\%, acid ridinffH in throat alter
Diitintf, Htmniich ifnaw or burn, foul breath, dixzy epelU,
poor or variable appetite, nau«ea at timen and kindred
symplonis r
If yotl hnve nny coneltlerable number of the
hIiovv ■ymptome you arc aurTeriDf from bilioue-
noMi torpltl liver with imlijtuMion. or dyepepela.
III'. Pi*roo*H Goltled Medical Diauovcry le mad*
up of tho moil vuliifiltlc medicinal principle!
known to ntutlit'iil fieicnce for the permanent
cure oi' '.iH'h iiliimnntd condition*. It ll a mnit
olHoiunl liver inviftoratnr, itomaoh tonle* bowel
rediilator mid nerve fttrcntfth«ner>
The "Ciolttcn \!f.lictd Discovery" in not a patent medicine or secret mint mm,
ii (mi lit uf ii, indredlentd being printed on iri bottle-wrapper nnd attested
under until, A rflorWe ut these will show that It contains no alcohol, or horm«
li.' Iiabii-fiitniiiif! clruftn. It is a fluid extract made with pure, Lriple*refired
' jtiycer'ne, nf prnoer strength( from the rootn of native American medleel.
fores! plunth.    Wurfd's Dispensary Medical Association, Prups., Ilull'iilo, N. Y,-
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I Now it is up to everyone to pull with
FEKNIL. Mr. Chapman nnd render him nnd his
| subordinate officers every possible assistance.
The Moyie baseball team fairly
mowed down everything in sight over
in West Kootenay. But how could it
be otherwise ? Moyie's team has bin
league stuff in it.
There is no better evidence in the
way in which Moyie is growing in
population than the fnct that about
thirty children are without school
accommodation.
DISTRICT LEDGER.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pollock are
visiting in Seattle and other cities at
the coast.
Dr. Corsan went to Winnipeg Sunday lor a few days on a business
trip.
J. L. Joyce ot Napanee, out., is
staying with the Whelans, who are
old friends of his.
Work in connection with the power
house spur has been rushed1 this week
and the track is now ready,
D. J. Elmer has been in town several days this week.
Mr. J. Wetherilt, of the Bank of
Hamilton, left for Toronto this morning to viait his home. Mr. Wetherilt
has not been home for five years and
was glad to be able to got away for
a change.
MisB Cameron of the Trites-Wood
staff for the paBt year, left this morning for Toronto. She will visit at
Winnipeg and St. Paul en route. Miss
Cameron was very popular and will
be missed by a large circle of friends.
A game of baseball has been arranged for one week from tomorrow
at Knlispel between a picked Fernio
team nnd the Kulispcl hoys. A special train will be run down, und will
return Sunday night so that all can
take in the trip and besides seeing n
good ball game have a very line ride.
HIGHEL REPORTER.
J. S, T. Alexander, government
agent, was here on Wednesday.
K. J. Black and Miss B. Bluck of
Fernie, was here yesterday.
New Michel will shortly be enjoying
all the benefits of a water, power nnd
light system. *
A. J. McOool, of McOool and Moore
bt the Great Northern hotel, was
married on Monday afternoon to
Miss Gladys Andrews of Fernie, by
the Rev. A. B. N. Crowther. They
left the same evening for Oalgary,
Banff and other points.
The reports sent to the outside
press, relative to the tires through
the Kootanays, have heen decidedly damaging to business interests.
For the sake of padding out their
stuff and thereby adding an extra
dollar or two to their pay cheque,
some correspondents have sent out
what everyone through the Pass
knows to be false. At no time this
season has there been any danger to
the towns from bush fires, and thu
cleaning up of the lots, nnd general
protection that has been provided,
renders such a calamity as befell Fernie a year ago, Impossible.
MOYIE LEADER
Creotan, Fernie nnd Rowland arc
celebrating Labor ilay. Pay your
money anil take your choice.
A spark from u pausing engine
started ai fire below the St, Bllgcne
powder hoime Wednesday nnd it was
not long In gnlning rapid hottdway,
The company noon bad u Bang ol
men at work and put it out.
A rifle club lor Mnyic will lie n
good thing. Let the good work continue,
The people of Moyle have selected u
new chlel ln tho person of Mr. Harold Chnpmnn. The Job Is without
pay and is    a thankless one at, best, j
FERNIE FREE PRESS.
Mike Paviac was killed and Tom
Hampton fatally injured in a envc in
No. 4 mine at Michel last Saturday
morning.
Tom Corkill, superintendent of the
Gorbln mines was in the city on .Saturday. He reports that the company
have nearly two hundred men employed there now und that they are
shipping about throe hundred tons of
coal dally.
The 0. P. R. nre putting in another switching track at the south end
of the yards. Owing to the heavy
traffic concentrated at this point
more yardage accommodation has become imperative.
Tbe Works und Property Committee
are making a good job on the old recreation ground hill. The road grade
has been practically completed on the
slope.
Tbe Minister of bands at Victoria
wired secretary Stevenson of the
Hoard of Trade that money was not
available for retaining the services of
more lire wardens this year.
IMMUNISATION
OTHERS
BUOOBBD, WHY
ORANBROOK?
Dear Mr. Editor :
There are just a few observations 1
should like to make through your
valuable paper concerning the question brought up by Rev, It. Hughes,
in your Issue of Inst week.
1 do not suppose that any minister
of the Hun of Righteousness in Cranbrook regards himself as "the custodian of the morals of the people."
But tbe fact remains that those who
have more to do with the. custodianship of social ethics, of moral conduct, of good citizenship are found iu
connection with both the pulpit ami
the press. This, in spite of thcmselv-
es,—this hy the very nature of their
position of great Influence.
They ure more than mere reflectors
of the moral thought and status of
the people whom tlicy serve. Tlie people, outside of Turkey and Russia, demand that they bo more. Those who
So far fall clown as to pose as no
thing more than a mere minor of
the average man's ideals and desires
are certainly recreant, to their sacred
trust. You will, Mr. Editor, I feel
sure, agree with me iu this. And If
either the pulpit or the press connive
ut either political or social corruption und graft, they will have to answer for it sooner or later. This tho
American yellow journalism and bunkum pulpiteers are finding out. Hup
pily Canada has kept pretty free of
this element. Her sturdy people more
than any others, demand exponents
not of the people only but of the high
principles which are at the foundation of our great and growing nation
hood; and these principles, in our
country, have always been above the
people.
God have pity on our homes and
on our citizenship, if it should ever
be otherwise.
As to the crisis mentioned, it is a
very real one. Tbe people recognize
this. The largely signed petition
against the continuance of this disease breeding, suicidal business is
significant. Our men in authority
have clearly expressed themselves
against the continuance of such a
shameful element in our fair city.
But it is not enough that They
should speak. Something must be
done, or Cranbrook will certainly tall
back, robbed of ber rightful share of
that industrious, productive, stable,
self-respecting class of citizens now
flowing into this great western province by the thousands.
The problem is a real one. But the
great majority of our Canadian cities have faced it successfully. Why not
Oranbrook ? They have the same Dominion law that makes criminal and
punishable with both tine and imprisonment both the people and the patrons of such dives. Our Cranbrook
police authorities have successfully
coped with other evils, why not this?
And we have another law that ought
to be enforced better than it is. It
is certainly not enforced Lo any degree or it would quickly put an end
to this baneful business. If our country's law allows a certain few to sell
liquor, for Instance, on the payment
of a license fee, and forbids all others to sell liquor, why not protect
the license holder? What had the license holder to say about this? Other
municipalities protect, these citizens,
where there is such ns law, and it
pays in every way.
f wish no ill to anyone. I cannot
keep silent against a business that
very soon robs those in it as well as
those of its guilty and innocent moral and physical victims of all that is
worth living for, Authorities tell us
that the average career of this class
of unfortunates is from three fo four
years; and that tbeir "passing" us an
awful one. We must, it seems to me,
guard against a fatal mock modesty
in relation to this .question. It is fatal in more than one direction, as
statistics show.
Thanking you sincerely, I am yours
faithfully. 0. W, KING,
Half a Century of Oil
Kitty years ago, toward the end of
August, 1859, Edwin U Drake sunk
the first petroleum well at a point on
oil Creek, near where Titusville, U.
S.A., now flourishes. This wns the
beginning of the Industry which has
reached such stupendous proportions.
Steps have just been taken by the
citizens of Titusville to celebrate the
led the way for its use as an lllumin-
nnt, Kerosene—oil distilled from coal
was introduced from Germany. Refinement of the crude petroleum collected by skimming tbe salt wells in
Pennsylvania was Kiel's idea. Notwithstanding the horrid smell and the
smoke of this "carbon oil" which be
produced in Pittsburg, it was gradually in demand. Seventy cents a gallon was paid for it in New York, and
the price rose as high as two dollars
a gallon on account of tbc limited
supply.
Hy mere chance Drake was put in
charge of the operations. To him appears to belong the credit of drilling
instead of sinking a well by digging
through the sand. There was little
romance to the operations in their
progress. Hard work and discouragements there were in plenty. "Uncle
Hilly" Smith, u skilled drillinan with
his sons as helpers, performed the
actual work at the rate of two or
three feet a day,
At last, having penetrated over fifty feet of sand and reached a depth
of sixty-nine feet by drilling, "Uncle
Hilly stopped work one evening.. Next
morning the well was found nearly
full of oil. "Gushers" came later.
That was the beginning of the boom
in Pennsylvania by which poor farmers came fabulously rich, and which
fortunes were lost as well as those
i that were gained, . Cities and towns
: quickly sprung into existence in the
1 oil field. "Coal oil Johnny," was a
notorious example of the follies produced by sudden fortune. Half n century later we find the oil industry
one of the grentest of national assets
controlled by representative business
' men of great administrative capaci-
, ty. Uncle Hill's drilling, under the su-
; pen'ision of Drake is well worthy of
, a commemoration such as that pro-
j posed at Titusville.
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of
an ov
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portance of wh
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United .stales.
Fifty    years
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notri
ileum
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wrought revolution, first In aiillicinl
illumination throughout a largo part
of the civilised world, while in the
enormous growth of the nutomohili
industry another direct result nf Mr.
Unike's drilling is observable. Oil
fuel for ships, locomotives ami sta
tlouaiy engines is still In its Infancy,
Su far as by products or petroleum
are concerned, they are u* varied and
as vajiiable as the by products of Coal
tar. They enter into every dny life In
curious ways, (or Instance, n n bus
is of chewing gum. Recently "petrol
butter," was announced, hut. appni
cully it is in.t to be marketed
Drake was a Conductor on the New
York & New Haven railroad, The corporation that employed him conceived
the idea of drilling a well fn obtain
a supply id the oil, A Pittsburg drug
Ifflat burned  Samuel Kiev had already
otes on Mining
Nickel and cobalt usually occur together, and both nre found in paying
quantities in tho Grace Dore claim,
which Is located on Wild Horse Creek
Placer mining on Perry Creek is
steadily going on. The big hydraulic
mine is washing a large amount, of
gravel these days.
Pumping at the Sullivan mine con
tiiiues. It is expected that the mine
will be free of water by September 5.
Mining operations will then be resumed.
Huckleberry Hill is still a scene ot
activity in mining. The North Sea
Company is pushing development nnd
ilso shipping ore.
Southeast Kootenay is acknowledged by nil mining men who are conver
saut with its mining possibilities    to
ne one uf the largest mineral areas in
Hritisb Columbia.
Assays of ore from the lllull Miner
il claim, located on Tracy Creek,
went $01) in cupper, $;l.ir> In lead,
$1.20 in silver, and $188 in gold.
A glance at the improvements made
hy the St.. Eugene this summer Is en
'High tu convince the most skoptlcal
tint the bin property will be worked
toudfly for many years tn come
The Infest roports of the mining in
lusl.ry in tlie cupper camps uf the St.
Mary's district are extremely encour-
'ij'lug, and should satisfy the mint
iCHslmlstic thnt all that. Is required
to miikc that district a prosperous
ind flourishing one in steady, utile
nitting development, and transport:!
ion for ores mined.
While nut     doubting the probable
richness of some of the milling under
takings being carried on in other portions    of    Hritisb Columbia, we are
still of the opinion that there nre
ample opportunities for the employment of capital in the Cranbrook
district.
Methodist Church.
The Rev. J. A. Doyle, associate
secretary of Sunday School and Ep-
worth League department, will preach
morning and evening. As usual, the
morning service will he of particular
interest to children, (being the first
Sunday in the month,) and boys and
girls are invited to attend with their
parents.
Sunday School and bible class at
three.
League prayer service at 7.
Evening service at 7.30.
Tuesday—Epwortb League at eight.
Literary evening, subject, "The unity
of art." Paper by R. A. Racklyeft.
A full attendance is requested.
Wednesday—Ladies Aid will meet at
the home of Mrs. Wnsson at 3.30.
The members and friends of the Aid
nre requested to attend.
Thursdny- -Prayer service at eight.
Monthly teachers meeting nt 8.45.
Friday—Choir practice at half past
eight.
The harvest festival services will be
postponed until Sunday 19th inst.
Friends sending samples to the full
fair are asked to reserve them for
the harvest festival on the following
Sunday.
Visitors to the city, or those spending the Sunday here are very cordially welcome at these services.
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst, tn jnd Vice President,
Calgary, Alberta,
Please send me all facts pertaining tn vmir lnnds in B, C.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
'1 Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection |]j
Ncai-fisi to raili'oiiil depot,   Has acoommo- „.„
Z datlons   fin'   tin'   public   unequalled  in m\
(Ji'imbi'ook.
j) HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors      jm
Daptist Church
Cranbrook Baptist church, Chnrles
King, pastor, residence Norbury avenue, phone 284.
Sunday public worship 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m. Bible school and young
ladies philathea and young men's baraca classes at three p. m.
Morning subject, "The ambush of
Ai." At the close of this service the
snerument of the Lord's Supper will
be dispensed.
Evening subject, "Daniel and his
secret.''
A cordial, christian welcome to all
Ore Shipments
Following are the ore shipments
from mines in the Oranbrook district
for the past week and year to date :
St,   Eugene 35C   I5.1H7
North Star 207       731
!if,:i   15,918
Stock Quotations
As Furnished hy
REALM Si  ELWELL, Cranbrook, U.C i
April mil, 1909.'
"Always The Same"
Milled from the very best wheat,
with every advantage given by intelligent use of modern equipment.
Anchor
Brand Flour
is "always the same," of uniform  excellence, the highest
standard of flour quality.
Manfd. by Leitch Brothers Flour Mills,
Oak Lake,  Manitoba, Canada 10
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
niii
AKknil
Aurora  ('uiisoliilnli'il Binoltora
,25
Jranbrook Fire Brick
1.10
lonil ll   Cnpiwr
.117
,80
Jlooln Cr.nl Mini's 1,1,1
(11
.(III
M|,i:.sill|'
10.75
11.21
SlllliVIIII
,00)
i. c. Amalgamated Ci
ill ,021
.(111
It. (i. Copper
C.liO
7.511
Canadian ilnlilflolrlH
.u;i|
.115
I'llllllllillll   MlllTnlli
l.iin
1,76
'illl,Mil.Ill    Noll llWI'l.t    llil         .11)
.20
lonmilldnted Bmollorii
77.1111
115.110
liiuMiujiil ('mil
.07
,01
llinlll,ill,1   Villi'   floill
,09
111
tiltornni-lnnnl Conl
.71
.78
McClllllvray Crock ('mil
.2.',
North Slur
.08 J
.12
Nllggot ('"III Mini's
,00
.70
Plnclior Creek oil Co,
1.00
Rambler Cnrlboo
.11
.14)
Royal CoIllcrlCH
.28
Society (llrl
.26
vivniorn on (prof)
9,110
,. on
Western Oil ford.)
1,76
2.50
Veteran War tfrrlp
615,00
700 no
No Grouse Shooting Here
In th*- order in council contained in
the latest iKKiie ol the II. 0. Gazette
there are one or twn matters ut c*
special importance to this district
OHO vision i'ciuIn: "That (he dmuhll
ities with respcel to the shooting nt
grouse ot all kinds (except praliio
chicken, with respect to the main
In ml (oflccpt oast and west Kootcm
ayl and the islands adjacent thereto
shall he removed from the 16th dny
of October to the 31st ni December,
1909, both days inclusive." This evidently means that the shooting of
grouse in Kootenay (nun the middle
of October to the end ol Ueeetnher is
prohibited while It is allowed in every
i iher pari of the province, [jocal
sportsmen are wondering at this prohibition and are nt n loss to under-
-I.'Hid v.Iiy enst nnd westKootouay
are diHei'iniiiinteil against.
■7)      VISIT DR. KELLEYS
OT        GREAT MUSEUM
tyftAij!% The Largest Auatomlcal
ill'at' Museum in the West.
Dr. Kelly 'Diseases ol Men. Twenty
years' experience in the treatment ol
wenknoBS) nervous troubles or any
contracted ailments. A positive cure
in every cane undertaken. Consults-
tlon free and strictly prlvnte. Treat
ment personally or by letter.
OR. KELLEYS MUSEUM
210 Howard St., Spokane, Wash.
Reppnt  II   " Million's Cure will   al-
whjh 1'iiro my ,oiii>1h and coldH." 1'AliH    I
I'llK KtOBPBOTOR.    ' UANHIn mis,    ll.    (',  BATORDAY, BBPTgMBgR4, mon
ireuttou ,,i
M",lllil lull
IKllllI
Kitchener's Command
No doubt many readers have been
somewhat surprised to learn that
General Lord Kitchener la to be as
signed ti> tlie command ol tbe forces
in the Mediterranean. The London
correspondent of the Boston Trans
crlpt endeavors to enst some lit;lit*
upon the subject. He thus epitomises
the general's future duties:
The British garrisons lu the Medl
terrnnenn are not large, but the in
terests which they, in co-operation
with the nnval forces, are designed
to protect     are very Important    The
possibility ol .1 display, at least, ol
some eili. nml and mobile mllltarj
force in the Medltei rnneun has be
come a diplomatic and a military nc
cesslty ol the times    Tl	
a seventh division fron
enn and Mouth African ..
sponds to tin?, necessity and in the
iii.-i 1 tep towai d« the eventful con
atltutlon ol such n force. The com
pic tlon ol this division will naturally
become one ol Lord Kitchener's first
duties. Next to this duty should
mine the battel urgnnislng of those
heterogenous Anglo Afrli an fotces
which nre now scattered tlin.imli.iui
the length and breadth ol Africa, ml
-•d by various departments oi State,
nnd possessing nelthei semblance ol
unity, noi cohesion, nai powers ol
co-operation foi pui poses ol defeni g
England's military position In Africa
Is not unlike that which the held in
India more than h centurj ago, nnd
the time has come when n beginning
should be made ol some unification
to) defensive purposes ol those forces,
very numerous In the aggregate which
garrison nnd police the wide African
territories under tho British flag
We ate furthei told Egypt 1* to
play her historic part in future wars,
and that a part of Kitchener's dntus
will be to organise the forces ol thai
country and co-ordinnte them with
the British forces It is also stated
that his presence 111 the Medlterran
enn is desired so that he will he in
close touch with the war office, and
able to give his advice to the Defence
Committee We think it may be nc
cepted as certain that Lord Kitchen
er s new position will be no sinecure,
but one in which be will render great
service to the empire,
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay,
Take notice that the C rot hers Lum
ber Company, Limited, of Cranbrook,
occupation, lumber company, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands. Com
menclng at a post planted at the
north west coiner ol timber license
36554, thence west forty chains, thence
south twenty-five chains, thence east
forty chains, thenco north twenty-five
chains to place of beginning,
C rothers Lumber Co.,  Ltd
J. F   Bridges, Locator.
Dated August 2C,  1909. 3C-9
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT
District nf I5asl Kootennj
Take notice that Jacob Plus Kink
of Cranbrook, IV C., occupation mer
chant, intends to apply for pertnis
sion to purchase the following des
critied lands; Commencing at a post
planted at the southeast corner of
lot    71117;     thence south 110 chains ;
thence west 40 chains; thence north
lift chains; thence east 40 chains to
the pliice of the commencement.
Jacob  i'iiis Kink
Dated August -'».  1909. :tr. \\
CRANBROOK'LANI) DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Anne Melville
Lea.sk, occupation married woman,
intend to apply foi permission to
purchase one hundred mid sixty acres
oi laud, bounded as follows Com
menclng ;it a post planted at the
southeast corner ol lot 84115, and
thence IS chains west, thence south 40
chains, tlieuce east 10 chains, thence
north 40 chnlns
Anne Melville Leask,  Locator,
11.   Mellon,   At:ent.
Dated August Ulst, 1909,
CANCELLATION  OK  RI3HKRVK
Notice is hereby given thai the re
serve on l"t 1.83G, CI l. Kootenny
District, notice of which hearing date
of February the 3rd, 1909, was pub
lishetl in the British Columhln Gasf
ette «»f February Ith, 1909, is cancelled, in so far as the said Deserve prevents the ncquislon ol said lands hy
pre-emptors, under the provisions of
section 83 of the Land Act.
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner ol  Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., August :t. 1909. :th-12
NOTICE
Public Inquiries Acl
Notice is hereby given that sittings
of the     Commission appointed under
the "Public    Inquiries An,'' for the
purpose of making Inquiry into    ail
matters In connection with the tlm
ber resources of the province mil   be
held at the following points on     the
dates set opposite each, namely
Vancouver -August 23rd, 24th, 25th
Seattle   August  36th,   27th,  28th
Kamloops   September   7th.
Vernon   September S and 9
Bevel Stoke   September 10 and 11.
Nelson—September 13.
Cranbrook -September ll and 15.
Fernie   September Iii
(Jrand Forks- September 18
Owing to the members dI the com
mission having accepted an Invitation
to attend the     meetings of the Klrsl
National Conservation  Congress     of
the United states, to be held in the
auditorium   of   the   Alnskn Yukon Pn
uric Exposition, Senttle, Washington,
on August  26th, 27th and 28th Insl ,
the meetings on the Insl  tin) of   the
commission id  Vancouver, advertised
foi the 26th, and    tho meetings    ul
New Westminster, Augu I 27th and 2*
have been     cancelled    Arrnn cements
for the holdings ol mooting* al  theso
places will be announced later      Tlie
meeting at Knmloops will be held on
the 7th ol September, mid not mi the
30th as orlglnnlly   advertised   Othor
wise the itinerary remains the same
Announcement will be made later if
it should be decided  to hfi necessary
or advisable to hold meetings n i
er places
KUED   l   PULTON,
Chairman
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., 12th August, 1909.
PETITION   FOR     EXPROPRIATION
OF WATER RECORDS
To iii. Honour,
The Lieutenant Qoveruol ui Council
The potitlon ot the Municipal Corporation ol the City ol Cranbrook
humblj showeth
Whereas tin- Water Supply Coin*
patty, Limited, was on tbe 12th day
ot March. 1904, duly incorporated un-
del the provisions of the Water
Clauses Consolidation Act 1897, lor
the following amongst other objects;
To construct and operate u water
wdi kH system foi tho supplying ol
the town ol Cranbrook in the province oi British Columbia, and thfl
locality adjacent thereto, and tho Inhabitants thereof, with water,
And whereas the said Company ou
the 12th day of duly. 1904, under the
provisions ol   the   Water  Clauses ('on
Koltdntion Vet 1897 obtained a cert:
ilcute from the Honourable Mi Justice Irving, pursuant tu section ~'■r, ol
the said  net.
\nd wherons the said Watei Supply
* 'ompnny,     Limited     pursuant      to
 ii     charter     ol Incorporation and
the said certificate, have constructed
und mntntatned works for the supply-
in- ol water to the Inhabitants nl
the i'ii ji ol Crnnhrook and vicinity
und are now  operating I ho same
And whereas on the 10th day nl
October, 1904, the Company obtained
.> rei "i 'I of otic hundri d Inches from
the waters ol Joseph Pralrh Creek
to be used In the  supplying of water
to the inhabitants ol Cranbi i  .out
i he vicinity thereol
\inl whereas negotiations are now
pending between the city and the
Company for the sale by the Company to the City ol the Company's
licence, works and lands, Including
the said wator record
And  whereus  the avullahli   amount
of water in Ji >seph  Prairie ' 'n i
npproxirnatel)   ! aches
And whereas the exist no, . •- ■ rda
on  Joseph   Prairie  Cn e     tn   .«•  foi
loWS
John Shaw, ■.. rd lated 4th De-
cembei. 1868,  tra i is gn
ed to Leon Fou | let ' 50 laches
J. T. Oalbralth, record d ited tl e
23rd day ol  May,  1872        100   nchi -
.1   T   Galbraith,  record lot   n    Lin
purposes     dated   January   7th,   1374,
:■•■■   ai bi i
James n.ii-.ei .,., ■,< ijated Marcll
Ui.  1886 500 ru.li' -
Ii c Southern Ruilwaj Company,
record dated thi 16th daj ol February,   L899 2u inches
J, W Robinson, recortl dnted tbe
I7th rla) ol  September,  1900,
."•in inches
Wm. McKenzie, record .lated 2nd
day of December,  1899, 20 inches
Malcolm ll. Heath, record dated
IGth day of October, 1900     100 laches
Water Supply Co., Ltd., record dated   the   loth   day   of   October, 1904,
100 laches
Malcolm Hone, record dated the
3rd day of January, 1908      IT.*. Inches
Kia.-iiis Lie/.ert, record dated the
21st day of September. 1908 100 Inches
And whereas the record of John
T. Oalbralth for milling purposes
dated January 7th. 1874, is us follows .
, Water record in favnr of John T.
Oalbralth, the right to 500 inches of
water to be used for milling purposes to be taken out of Joseph prairie
■Creek about 1000 feet above the Custom House und conducted in a ditch
oi Hume to tbc sawmill oil John T.
Galbrnlth's property and to be returned to Joseph Prairie Creek at
about fiOO feet below the Custom
House.
And whereas the record of James
Baker, dated the 1st id March. IJWii.
|ls as follows
188G, 1st ol Marcll, Water record
of James Baker. Joseph Prairie
Creek        record in        favor        M
.lames Baker, tbe right to divert, not
oxcoodlng film inches of water from
Joseph Prairie Creek to be taken
from two points on said Creek above
Munroe'.s cabin, for agricultural purposes for a term of ninety-nine years.
And whereas the City ure desirous
of expropriating ftOO inches from the
said records and to acquire a licence
in respect thereof to be used for municipal purposes only, under the provisions of the Water Act 1909.
And whereas tho holder of the
milling record of John T. Galbraith
bus not for a period of fifteen years
made use of the said record or water
thereby granted.
And whereas the said John T Galbraith or his assigns have no works
in connection with the same.
And whereas the holder of the record of James Baker dnted 1st March,
1886, has not made use of the same
nor constructed any works in connec-
' tion with the same.
And wherens the lands upon which
such records were to be used, being
the lands owned by the said John T.
Galbraith and James Raker on the
dates respectively of their water
rights, and which are affected or capable of being irrigated by said water
are lota 1. 6, 22. 29, 35, 25, 24, 28, 27.
and 33, in group one (li, in the district ol Kootenay, which said lots
have since been subdivided and sold
in part, and constitute the City uf
Cranbrook and vicinity
And whereas the persons whose
rights it Is proposed to acquire are
the owners of the lands situate In
said lots.
And whereas the name of the nearest stream available for the purpose
of the municipality, other than the
waters of which it is proposed to
expropriate, is Gold Creek, being situate from eight to ten miles distant
from the municipality,
And whereas the approximate estimate of the cost, of bringing water
from the said Gold Creek to the municipality is from {120,000.00 to $150,-
000.00.
And whereas the amount proposed
to be paid to the existing licensees
or tbeir assigns for the extinguish
meat ot then rights, the acquisition
of then works and fur theii Iokn pen-
erally, is one dollar <%\ no, to be
paid forthwith.
And whereas youi petitioners doom
it to he necessary foi the proper
maintenance ol the water iuppl> sya
torn, that the wntor should be stored
by means of dams or reservoirs or
in such mannei ax youi Honour may
tllrocl according to plans to be here-
attei furnished, and ai such places as
your Honoill   may direct
Now   your  petttlonci   humbly   pray
Mh thnl Your Honoill Will ho pleased to grans leave to your petitioner
the Municipal Council of the Corporation ■ i    ic City of Crnnbrook,
I To expropriate from the said
records of John T. Oalbralth dated
the 7th day ol January 1875, and tho
record of the said James linker dated 1st dny id March. I88H, tive
hundred (fiOOj inch, s, or thirteen and
seven tenths (13 7-10) cubic feet per
second,    of  water to be  taken from
I Joseph Prairie  Creek  in  the  District'is tbe WMtPTn  hotindurj   ol   lot 4593,
Ol Kootenay in  the  province of Un-,aud being thfl North West coiner | out
tisti     Columbiu,     and tlie works uf i.i  the George Wykes claim
aiiyi constructed thereunder, aad    to     thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains,
acquire     another     licence in respect     ihenee   east   eighty    (80) chains;
thereof. tlieuce  north olghty   (80)  chains;
2   To     store      the  said   water   by l    thence   west    ciibty   (80) chains;
'means of dams or reservoirs or oth I to the point of commencement, mak
erwise and at     such places as Your Ing G40 acres more oi   less,
Honour may direct. Charles G, Webb, Agent.
And your petitioners will ever pray tie..ire  Wykes,   Locator.
■   (Seal)   The  Municipal Corporation    Located Augusi -i. I90fl 36-8
of the City of Cranbrook, ■ ■ >
J.  P.  FINK, Mayor. [COAL    AND  PBTROLWUM   NOTICM
:T?AK^flTirtfl.Kh"7SH ^V' 2f?-     Notice is herobj  given thai 80 days
r.r «     -n^ that  the above pe U     (, ,       ;   fc ,    t      »
tit oi  wl   be  presented  to  His  Hun   >,
our the Lieutenant Governor tn Coun- jam,   W(().ks ,(1),    ,  [imm ,(, proBpMt
lor coal   ami    petroleum ou  Die  ml
Oil on Tuesday, the 5th day of Octo
ber,   1909,  at   the  hour ol   H   "'docki. . „    lh lM (
in the forenoon, at     which time any^Z^^l 'Kootenay" HrttW Col
In
person affected by the same may
heard.
Dated     this     25th day ol   August,
1909,
G   H. THOMPSON,
Solicitor for City ol Cranbrook,
whose     address     for   service is Ueid
Block, Baker Street, Cranbrook, B.C
;t;, t
LAND NOTICM
umbia, in Block 1598 Commonclng at
a |iost that is plnntod at oi near
three    mile    ensl    ol    tho   ti   mile
post   on   C,    P    K    survey   line    which
IB   the   western   boillidiii \    ol    lol    1598,
and   being the South  tibial   cornel posl
oi    the   Harry   P    l.nadcek  claim
thonce   west    eights   (80) chains ,
thenco  north  eighl J   (80)  cbains ;
thence    east    ell ttl )      (80)   chains ,
t hence   soul b   Clghl J    i 80)   cltnlus ,
Notice is berebj given thai i. Geo ,° Li\e l""m '" commencement, mak
Wilson,  accountant,  sutv  days aftei m* "," ">»• Wore or less
date     intend     to applj  to the Chiel .     0hlUle" K .WebbJ   UJn
Commissioner ol Lands nnd Works at Um   ''    ' ,m,,v"    ^cator
Victoria,    (or  pernilflstoQ  to  purchase
the  following described   lands  in Kast
Kootenay.
Commencing al a posl planted    at
the south west cornel ol lol '',''".
thence running South about 50 chains
to timber license No. 81882, thence
east 40 chains, tlieuce north to lol
5970, thence west to place of begin
nlng
Qeorge Wilson
Bated August 20.  1909 88 9
COAL   AND PHTROLEUM  NOTICH
tni August   I   1909 86 5
COAL     VNI)   i'Vli HOI Rl  VI   MOTICH
Notice la hereby glYOU that 30 da)
after dote,  i intend  t
Hon.    Chiet    Commissioner
and   Works for  a license to pro.-pect ;
for coal   and    petroleum  on  the  fob
lowing lands    situate m the District
ol  Soatbetufl  Kootena],   British  Col- ■
umbia, in Block 4f>93 . Commencing nt ;
a  post   that is planted   at   or   neai
one     mile     east     Ol     tlie     31*    mile
post on C.  P.  K. survey  line   which |
ihe western boundnx)   oi   lot   1693
and beint; the North West coiner;'.'-!   r;oAl
of the  Kufus B.   Sherburne clam1
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains;
thence  south  eighty   ,SO)   chain- .
thence   west    eighty   (8©J chain-. ;
thence  north  eighty   (80)   chains .
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 640 acres more oi leas.
Charles K.  Webb. Agent
Kufus B.  Sherburne, Locator
Located August 2, 1
Wi ice i ■ hereb) ■ l>■>■" thai 80 duys
aftei date, i mil iu! to apply to the
lion Chlel Oommlssionor ol Lands
and   Works for   n license to prospect
for     coal     and   pol i oleum   on   the   foi
lowing lauds    situate  in the District
ol   Southeast   Kootenay    British Col
umbia. in Block  1693    Commencing at
a  post   thai Is planted   al   of   near
three     mile     ea •!      ol      thfl     ll    mile
post   on   0     P    II    survey   line    which
is the western boundary ol lol  1593,
iiVi'ii\\  i "7h»|uud being tho South West comer post
t Lands ol   tlu' ,lun'-v v   l"l,ll^'k clnlm
thenco cast eights (80) chains ,
thence north eighty (80) chains;
tlieuce west eighty (80) chains ;
thence -south elghtj (80) chains,
to tbc point of commencement, making  640 acres more or less.
Charles K   Webb, Agent.
Harry   F    l.audcck,   Locator.
Located AugUSl  3, 1909 86-8
AND  PKTIICLKI'M   NOTICE).
i''
Nonce is herebj givon that 30 days
after date. I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
uf Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in uiock 4598 : Commencing at
36-51A   post    thai  is planted   at   or   uear
 1 live    miles    east     of    tlie     11   mile
\1.    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.|post  on C   P.  R. survey  line   which
is tbe western boundary  of  lot 4693
Hon.   Uhiil   Commissioner    • * '■ 0| tbe Am,H K' We"h olBi,n
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  north  eighty   (80)  chains ;
f Lands
aud   Works for   a license to prospect ,
for coal   and    petroleum on  the foi-j . , , , .    ,W11    ,
Ioivuib lands   situate in the District I llw''   c"s.1. e'rt2     o8,?   "" ls ;
t   .    »,      .!.-.»        i,.-.   i   ,. i I thence  south  eighty   (80)  clans
Charles E. Webb, Aficnt.
post on 0,  V. It. survey line   which I , ,     *!!« =K10l°bb' L"cu[fr
I the western boundary ol lot 1593, ! Lo(:atC(1 A1"-'"8' 3' l909' 36'5
a   post    that is planted   at   or   near
three    mile    east    of    the    39   mile \
and being the North East comer post COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
ol the llufus li.  Sherburne claim
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty (HO) chains ;
thence east eighty (80) chains;
thence uorth eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making tit" acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
llufus U.  Sherburne, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
COAI-    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that HO days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three mile east of the 39 mile
post on C. P. R, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593.
and being the North West corner post
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl ami petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a post that is planted at or near
five miles enst of the 41 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Anna K,  Webb 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, mak-
ing 040 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Anna K. Webb, Locator.
Located August 3, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after dute, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
la post thut is planted at or near
live mile east of the 39 mile
post on C. P, It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (.80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak-
Ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb,  Agent,
(diver Crockett, Locator.
Located  August 3, 1909. 311-5
COAL    AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works for u license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on the following lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
u post thut is planted ut or near
live mile east of the 39 mile
posl on c P, R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
of the Oliver Crockett, claim
thence  Hoiitb   eighty   fftO)   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north  eighty   (80)  chains;
thence   west    eighty   (80) chains ;
io the point of commencement, making MO acres more or lesH.
Ohnrlflfl K, Webb.  Agent,
(diver Crockett, Locator.
Located August 3, 1909.
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is plunted at or neat-
nine miles eust of the 41 mile
post on C. P. R, survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South Enst corner post
of tho M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 040 acres more or less.
Charles E. Wobb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator.
Located August. 4, 1909. 3C-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, ln Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or neat-
nine miles east of the 41 mile
post on 0. P. U survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the South West corner post
of the (ieorge Wykes 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 040 acres more or less.
Chnrles IB. Webb, Agent.
George  Wykes,   Locator.
Located   August  4,  1909. 86*6
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after  date,   1   intend  to  apply  to the
Hon.   Chief   c mlssloner of Lands
and Works (or a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following Iamb; situate in the District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Columbia, in Block 1593; Commencing at
a post, that Is planted ut or near
»6'U|nlno miles ensl of the 41 mile
post, on 0. P, It. survey line winch
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days and being the North East corner post
lifter date.   I  intend  to apply to the of the (Hive II. Twitchell claim
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner of Lands [    thence  flotltll  olghty   (80)  chains ;
and   Works for   a license to prospect j    thence   west    eighty   (HO) chains;
for conl   and   petroleum on the foi-     thence north eighty   (80)  chains;
towing  lands    situate in the District \    thence   east   eighty    (80) chains;
of  Southeast  Kootenny.  British  Col-'to the point id commencement,  mnk-
Umbia, In Block 4593 ! Commencing at j Ing 1140 acres more or less.
a   post   that is planted   at   or   near : Charles E. Webb. Agent,
nine    mile    east    of     the    39   mile (dive II, Twitchell, Locntor.
post on C. P. R. survey line   which     Located  Aiiguut 4, 1909. 30 5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
C
Fi
SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15
Will be the greatest attraction ever offered in East
Kootenay. Reduced rates
from East and West. The
following  are  the   return
fares from
Crows Nest
Michel 	
.$ *.
Fer
Elk
Jaffray      1
Wardner      1
Fort Sleek- Junction	
Sirdar     4
Creston     3
Ryan	
Moyie	
Kingsgate.
Kimberley
Marysville
Calgary ..
1
1
2,7
1
13
,60
70
36
.40
.75
.20
55
.30
.60
,95
.10
75
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SO
30
T. E. ROBERTS,
SECRETARY
I i
TIE PROSPECTOR
$2. The Year
$:xc3&x$pc$3o^^ xe^jtc^x^xx^;
No Honing—No Grinding
DOES YOUR RAZOR PULL?
IF'SO, DISCARD IT AND TRY A   'CARBO MAGNETIC", THE RAZOR WITH THE
PULLING  EXTBACTED-THIS RAZOR IS UNLIKE ANY YOU HAVE EVER
USED: IT IS MADIi OF THK MOST PERFECT 8TEEL PRODUCED IN
ENCLAND,    AND    IS   PERFECTLY TEMPERED   BY OUR
EX«LOSrVE SECRET PROCESS OP ELECTRICITY.
YOUR  DEALER WILL  DELIVER TO YOU A "CARBO  MAGNETIC" RAZOR ON
THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL WITHOUT OBLIGATION ON YOUR  PART TO
PURCHASE.   GET ONE TO-DAY1
For Sale at the Cranbrook Drug and Book Store THH PKOBPBOTOR, OIUNDROUK.
i \(h itn.w, Httl|WMBIfiR I. isitt
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice Ih hereby given that 30 days
alter (lute, l Intend to apply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works foi- a, license to pro»|)0Qt
tor coul ami petroleum on the following landi situate in tho Distrust
of Southeast Kootonav. Urltmh Col
umbia, In Block 4598 : Commencing at
a pimt thnt Ih planted at or near
one mile oast of tho 117 mile
pout on 0. P. il. Burvey line which
is the western boundary ol lol 4B93,
ami being the South Kast eornor post
of tin1  Licit ED.  Palmer claim
thi'inT  north eighty   (HOj   chuiiis ;
thenco  wost   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  < kih chains ;
thence euHt olghty (.80) cbains ;
to the point of commencement) mak
nir ii'Hi ucrcH more or Ickh.
Charles 12, Wohb, Agont.
Ilmt   K.  rainier,  Locator.
Located July 111, 1909, 86 5
COAL   AND  PHTHOLKUM
NOTIOlfl
30 day*
Notice Ih hereby glvon that
after date, I intend io apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner or Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
for coftl nnd petroleum on the foi
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. Drltish Col
umbia, In niork 4898 : Commonclng at
U pout that is planted at or mat
one mile east uf the 87 mile
post on 0. I'. It. survey line which
in the western boundary ol lot 1698,
and being the South West cornor post
of the Hen K   Palinor clnlm
thence   enst   eighty    (80) elm I us ;
thence north eighty  ("") cbuins ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (SO)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making MO acres more or less.
Charles K.  Webb, Agent.
Bert B.  Palmer,  Locator,
Located July 81, 1909. 38-B
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM   NOTICE!.
Notice Is hereby given that 'Mi days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ot Lands
nnd Works tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in tbe District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4598 : Commonclng at
u post that Is planted nt or near
three miles east of tbe 37 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
iu the western boundary of lot 4598,
nnd being the Smith Kast corner post
of the Joseph S. Dan tier claim
thence north eighty   (80)  cbains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chnins ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (HO) chnins ;
to the point ol commencement, mak
Ing 640 ncres more or less.
Charles B.'Wobb, Agent.
Joseph S.  Dannei, Locator
Located July 31, 1909, 36-5
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTIOB
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tin
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land!
and Works for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the foi
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columhln, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or. near
three miles east of tbe 37 mile
post on 0. P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the James I). Lowinan claim
thence   east,   eighty    (HOj chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
to the point of commencement, malting 640 ncres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
James I). Lowman, Locator.
seven mile east of the 36 mile
post on C. P. It. survey li.e which
is the western boundary ol lot 4598,
ami being the North West coiner poet
ol tbe Wm. M   QuiWltB claim
Ihenee   east   eighty    imn chains ;
tlieuce  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonce   west    eighty  thiii ehulns ;
tin uce  north eighty   (HID  chains;
to tbe point of commencement, making lilu acres mure or less.
Charles  K.   Webb,   Agent
William M. QulWitS, Locntor,
Limited  July 89,  100!). 30-5!
COAL   AND  PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Charles 10.  Webb,  Agent
Mattie  J.  Abbs,   Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 86-5
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, i Intend to apply to the
Hon,   Cbiei   Oommlssionor of Lands
[and   Works fur  a license to prospect
for coal   uml    petroleum on  tbe foi
lowing lnnds   situate iu the District
<if Southenst Kootenay,  British Col
| umbia, in liluck 4698; Commencing al
,n   post   thnt is planted   at   oi-   u<"t
one    mile    east    of     tbc    89   mile
.,  . , 1A ,       .post on C.   P.  It. survey line   which
Notice is Hereby given that .10 days iH ,Ul, W(.slmi boundary oi  lot 4598,
apply to tbejand being tbe South limit corner post
of the Ulysses 10. Kehr claim
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Intend t   ,^^^_
luiiiialssloiier   uf   Lands
i   a  license  to prospect
potroloum ou (be foi
sltuuto in tbe District
Kooteuay,   British Col
k i.i'i;;: Commencing at
I   nl   or   near
f    the    37 mile
It. survey Una   which
western boundary Ol lot 4593,
the South Kast corner post
st    Hint is plant
milt'
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post   on i
is  Ibe
and b _____
of ihe licit io. Palmer olnlm
thonco north eighty ism chains;
thonco   west   eighty (KO) chains ;
thonco smith eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, rank
lug C40 ncres more or less.
Chnrles  10.   Webb,   Agent
Bert 10. Palmer, Locator
Located  .Inly 29, 1909, 36-!
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 day*
after date, 1 Intend to apply to the
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works lor u license to prospect
for conl and potroloum on the foi
lowing lands situate in the District:
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4VJ3 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or neat-
one mile east of the 37 mile
post on 0, P. It. survey line whlc
Is the western boundary of lot 4693,
and being the North lOast corner post
of the Joseph S. Banner claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  cbains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (HOj  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles B,  Webb, Agent
Joseph s. Banner, Locator,
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
Located July 31, 1909.
36-
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on lIic following lands situate in tbe District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thnt Is planted at or near
five miles east of the 87 mile
post on C. P. ft. survey line wh-eh
is the western boundary of lot 4r>93.
and being tho South East corner post
of the James I). Lowman claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
James D.  Lowman,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB.
Notice Is hep1 by given that 30 dnys
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on (be following lunds situate in tho District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col*
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
Ave miles east of the 37 mile
post on 0, P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
nnd being the South West corner post.
of tbeWalter W. Hay 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.
Charles B, Webb, Agent.
Walter  W.  Hay.   Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
seven mile east of the 36 mile
post on C, p. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of the Wm, M. Guiwits claim
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chiuns ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
William M. Guiwits. Locator
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
afncl Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 37 mile
post on O, P, It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
of the Joseph S. Banner claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Joseph S. Danner, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 37 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is tbe western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of the Bert E. Palmer claim
thence south  eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Beit E.  Palmer,  Locator.
Located July 81, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of tlie 37 mite
post on C. P. It, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tbe North West corner post
of the William Denner claim
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles PI.  Webb, Agent.
William  Denner,   Locotoe.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
thenco north eighty (80) chains ;
thence wesl olghty <8bj chains;
thence south eighty (80) chainu ;
thence enst eighty I8ii) elm ins ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less,
Charles 10.  Webb, Agent.
Ulysses 10.  Fehr,  Locator,
Located August 2, 1909. 86 5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTIOB,
Notice is hereby given thut BOdaysl
ufter date,  1  iniend lo upplj   tu Hie
Hon.   Ohiel   Oommlssionor of Lands
und   Works for   it license Lo prospect '
for coal   and   potroloum ou the foi
lowing lands    situate In Ibe District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4698 : Commencing ai
a post   thai Ib planted  nt  or near
one    mile    east    of     tbe     30   mile!
post on C.   P.  B. survey  line   which
Is the western boundary of lot 4698,
ami being the South West corner pust
of the Ulysses 10.  1'Vhr claim
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;    !
thence ninth eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) cbuins ;    ;
thence smith  eighty   (80)   chnins ;
to tbe point uf commencement, making 640 acres more or loss.
Charles 10,  Webb.  Agent.
Ulysses E.  Fehr,  Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 86-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby, given that 30 days!
after date, I Intend to apply to tbe I
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect'
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three mile east of tho 39 mile;
post on C. P. R, survey line which j
is the western boundary ot lot 1593,,
and being the South East corner post
of the Walter W. Hay claim
thence  north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;    |
thence south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 610 acres more or less.
Charles E. Wobb, Agent.
Walter  W.   Hay,   Locator.
Located August 2, 1909. 86-6
COAL   AND PETBOLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice Is hereby  given  that 30 days
after date,   I  intend to apply  to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner  of Lauds
and   Works for  a -license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on tne following lands    situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenay,  British  Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a   post   that is planted   ut   or   near
three    mile    east    of    the    39   mile
post on 0.  P. R, survey line   which I
is the western boundary of  lot 4593, i
and being the South West corner post
of the Walter W. Hay claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  cbains ;    j
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thenco south eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
... Walter W. Hay, Locator,
Located August 2, 1909. 36-5
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iiitiitii
i&Mi
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■M^Uf
Everything and everybody is on the
move at this store. The prices are moving down—the people are moving* in and
the goods are moving out.
IN A WORD THIS SALE IS A
OAND SUCCESS
We allow no accumulations. We
carry no goods over a season. With
price reducing events of the character
of this one we periodically reduce stocks
"as clean as a hounds tooth."
Come—not necessarily with buying intentions. Come—watch the goods move out and
your neighbors save Buying here is a contagion. You'll catch it and you'll save astonishing amounts on every purchase.   Come!
NOTIOB.
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM
Notice is hereby [riven that 80 days
after date, I intend to upplv to the
Hon. Ohiel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4r>93: Commencing at
post that is planted at or near '■
five mile cast of the 3'.t mile I
post on C. P. Ft. survey line which j
is the western boundary of lot 4r,,.!3,,
and being the South East corner post
of the .lames S. Dunn claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak- j
ing (140 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent. I
James 3. Dunn,  Locatorf j
.ocated August 3, 11)09. rtll-r.'
MOTE IN
Extension
Tables
Nf>.   i1/.-   Elm   Wood   five
legs, six feet
$5 98
No,   130
plain, round,
extension, re
Surfaced (>al<.
5 inch legs, 8 ft.
;ular $14.00 now
$10.08
No. 42c
ll 6h [.oils.
S feet extension,
S2Q.OO now
, Quartered Oak
lound or square,
regular price
.SO
Move 01-1
We
have just received another lot of these Boys
shoes
-same as we were gelling so cheap
\11g11sl
14th.
These brand new goods have got till
• move
on sign nt the sume prices us before.    LISTEN
Sizes 4 to 7, regular price fcl.SlS now	
...93c
Sizes
H to 10, regular price 1(12.00 now 	
..$1.38
Sizes
11 to IS, regular price $2.50 now
$1.84
Sizes
$1.98
Move on
Common Chairs
Just	
36,
Move on
Leather Seat
Diners
You will not havo
common wood diners when you see
these goods. Set
of six including arm
chair E E finish,
regular ¥-"."iU now
$19.60
Move   on
Dressers and
Stands
No. 5079 surfaced
Onk. 20x20 mirror,
bevoled plate, selling
at  $9.85
No 0507 is quartered
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now $2T.E0
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Magazine Stands
Wicker Rockers
Parlor Tables
Sectional Book Oases
Combination Book Cases
Lounges
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTIOB,
Notlco iH hereby given that SO days
after date, T intend to apply to i tic
Hon, Ohio! Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following   lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col- —^^_——^.^——^.^^^
umhla, In Block 4593 : Commencing atlto the point of commencement
u  post   that is planted   at   or   near | ing (140 acres more or lens,
COAI,   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 80 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
ami Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands   situate in the District
f Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
pout that is planted at or near
live miles east of the 37 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
iH the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
f the Mattie J. Abb's claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making <>4() acres more or less,
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Mattie J. Abbs,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909.    . 3(1-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTIOB,
Notice iH hereby given that 80 days
after date, I intond to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tlie following lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post that is planted nt or near
five miles east of the 37 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line wnich
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
of the Mattie J. Abbs claim
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chnins ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chnlns ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chnins ,
mak
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE. I
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days j
after date, 1 intend to apply Co the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands i
and Works for a license to prospect I
for coal   and   petroleum on  the foi-1 i
owing lnnds situate in the District *
of Southeast Kootenay, British t^ol-1 ^
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at M
. post that is planted at or near j <
live     mile    east     of the     3!)     tllilci 44#44AM*A4^e*4444AA44A ^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^_»
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;    j
thence south eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (SO) chains ,
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles 13. Webb, Agent.-!
James S. Dunn,  Locatorf
Located August 3. 1909.    *        36-51
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is herehy given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tho f<>!
lowing lands situate in tho District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
Umbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing n't i
a post that is planted at or near
one mile east of the 39 mile I
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4698;
and being the North East, corner post
of the RufuS II. Sherburne claim
thence south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty   (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (HO)  chains ;
thonce   east,   eighty    (Hit) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles B, Well
RufUS B.  Sherburne,
Located August 2, 1909.
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Locator.
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Thorougbred Horses
Carriage Horses
Cattle, Pigs
Sheep and Poultry
Dogs, Rabbits
Canaries and
Fowl of all kinds
School Exhibit
Drawing
Writing-
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Cranbrook   Agricultural   Association
J. VV, RUTLEDGE, Secretary-Treasurer
COAI,  AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Nulice is hereby given that 30 dnys
alter date, I intend to npply to the
I Ion. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect,
for coal and petroleum on the foi-
lowing lands situate in the District
nf Southeast Kootenay, British Col.
umbia, in Block 453U : Commencing at
a post that is plained at or near
one mile east of the 27 mile
post, on C. I'. It. survey line which
is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
and liciug the South East corner post
,,!' the Charles E.  Webb claim
thonce uorth eighty  (80)  chains ;
ihenee   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) cbains ;
tlieuce   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tu the point ol commencement, muk'
ing MO acres, more or less.
Charles E.   Webb,  Locator.
Located   July 23,   1909. M-t
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to upply to the
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenay. British Col-
uinbiu, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
tkree miles cast ol Ue 27 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the Houth East corner post
of Anna K. Webb's claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
t,, the point of commencement, making mo acres, more or less.
Charles  E.  Webb,   Agent.
Anna  K.  Webb,  Locator.
Located July 22, 1909. 26-5
COAI.   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE. COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby  given  Unit 30 days Sn|i(.l, |s  ,„,,.,,,       |von  Uwl ,„ u
alter date,   1   intend  to apply  to  the  a|||.r ,,„„.    ,   |nll,,       ,     t(|  ,,,,,
lion.   Chief   Commissioner .,f  Lands ||o||    QUM    C()| j,,,,,,,,,,. „,  ,,,„„,,
and   Works for   a license to prospoct Rm|   W|Mk(. (()|.   n )u.mHI, |(i    ,„s]„,.t
for coal   and   petroleum- on tie for  ,,„  ,.„,,,   , „,,,. ,„„ „„ tl„, ,„,.
lowing    lands situate In the  Dlstilct |oW|   ,    ||i|)(l9 si|m||j, |n t|l(,  D,Htrt< t
ol Southenst   Kootenny,   British Col- ,,, s„lini,..lsl   Kootenny,   British Col-
uuihla. In Block 169,1 : Commencing at. 1|pm   |fl |1|uc,k ,|5,J3    ,.„lllllu,llc,ni, „t
L'd   ut  or  near
tlie  21      mile
coai. ANU PETROLEUM NOTICE, COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
licit E.  Palmer,
July 2f,, 1909.
Locator.
36-5
Notice is hereby given that 30 dnys!    Notice is hereby given that 30 days   _
after date,  I intend to apply to tlie j after date.  1  intend to apply to the COAL   AM)  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of  Lauds; Hun.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for  a license to prospect [ and   Wurks for  a license tu prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on the lol-.for coal   nnd   petroleum on the following    lands situate in the District t lowing    lands situate in  the District
a   post    that  is planted   al    of   near j     ||n|   [(| _|nnto
three miles   east   ol     the 21     'n'1," tbrra i s   east    of	
post on  C    I'.   K.  survey   line    which        ,   „„  ,,    p    „   sl|n,,v   „„„    lvhi,,u
le 'he western  Hilary ol lot   1593, [a Ulo mtmi [Mm[       „, ,„t 4r,,,;1
and being the North WmI cornel piiBt m|i| |)0,n|( Ul(, Sim||l ,.;,lsL ,.,„„,.,- ,„,..t
,,f the Cliii.les E.  Webb clnin
thence  suiitli olghty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (Km chains ;
thence   north   eighty   (Kill   chains ;
ihenee   west    eighty  (Kill chains ;
ol   tin'  Charles   B,   Wobb   claim
thenco  north olghty  iHO)  chains,
thonco    west    eighty   iKOi   chains ;
tlieuce south olghty   (Kill  chnins ;
. thenco    east    eiulltv     18(11   chains ;
'" t!\,.p'!.,.,!.t. ".'.. .''""""T!""" ' '"      to the point of commencomont, mak
ing 040 acres, more ,,r less.
Charles   E    Wcbl),   Locator.
I ateil   July  2(1,   1909. 36 5
f Southeast Kootenay, British Col- of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at j umbia. iu Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or near,a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 21 mile: three miles enst of the 27 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which!post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593, is tlie western boundnry of lot 4593.
nnd being the North East, corner post and being the North West cornor post
of the Chnrles E. Webb claim ot the Anna K. Webb claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;    |    thence south eighty   (SOl  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (811) chains ;
Ing 640 acres, more or less
Charles  E.  Weld,. 'Locator.
Located   July  211,   1909. 36 5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE. ,,„ VN„   pial,r,OU5uj,  N0TICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
ufter date, I Intend lo apply to the Notice is hereby Riven thut 30 days
lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands after date, I Intend to upply to tbe
and Works for a license t,, prospect I Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
for conl and petroleum on (lie [ol ami Works for a license to prospect
lowing lands situate in file District, for coal and petroleum on the fol-
ol Southeast Kootenay. British Col lowing lands situate tn the District
utnbia, ill Block 4593 : Commencing at ,,l Southeast Kootenay, British Colli post that is planted at ,,r near unililu, i" Block 1593: Commencing at
three miles east of tlie 23 mile a post that is planted at or near
post on O.   p.  ({. suivey  line    which three  miles   east    ,,t      the 21      mile
is the  western  t udary  of   lot   4593, post  on  C.   P.   It   survey  line    which
and being the South West corner post is the western boundary of lot  459:1,
of the  James 11.  Lowmitn claim ind being the South West corner post
thence   east   eichty    (80) chains : of the Charles E.  Weld, claim
thence   north   eighty   I Kin   chains ; thence   east    eighty    (SO)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  iKUi  cbuins ; theme  north  eighty   (80)   cbains ;
thence  south eighty   (80) chains ;       thence   west    olghty iK0| chains ;
to tlie point of commencement, mak      theme south  eighty   (80)  cbains;
ing 61ii acres, more ,,r less t,, the point of commencement, mak-
chnrles E. Webb, Agent. Ing 1140 acres,  re or less
James  II.   Lowman.   Locator. Charles   E    Webb    Locator.
Located   July  20.   1909. 36-5      Located   July   _'<>.   1909 46-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE. OOAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby uiven that 30 days *"''"' "< hereby given thai 3d days
after date, I intend to apply to the after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands Hon Chlel Commission* of Lands
and Works [or a license to prospect and Works lor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum ,,u the foi (or coal and petrol n on the (allowing    binds sitiiat   the  DlBtrlcl   lowing    land,  situate in  the  District
of Southenst KoDtenny. British Col- of Southeast Kootenay, Diit.shCl
umbia, in Block 1593 Commencing at umbia, In Block 1593 Commencing ut
a   pust   that Is planted   at   -i   neai   »   I"-'    "li(l Is planted   at   ,,r   near
three     miles     east   ol   the   j:l      mile1 thr lies     ...,-t     ,.[     the  25   mile
post un C.   1'.  It. survey line   which! post on C   I'   I:   survey line   «n„h
is the   wester,,    mdarv   ol   lot.  4593,  Is  the   western   boundary   of  lot   1..M.
• nd being the North Best corner post  and being the North Boat corner poal
of  the   James   |l    l.owmun  clnlm "I   "^rnh   Smith's  claim
thi
thence   west    eighty  (80) chnlns;
thence  Bouth  eighty   <*nt  chatm
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuin
thence  north  eighty   'KO,  chain- ,
to the point „f commencement, mas
mi 610 acres, more or less
Charles E.  Webb.  Agent
James li   Lowman,   Locator
Located   July   2(1.   19IO ■'•'  •
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby riven that 30 dayi
thence    west    eighty   'S'h  chains
thence  south  eight y   1801  chains ;
thence   east   eight y    (8 bains
tlieuce  north eighty   (80)  chains,
,t,, the point of commencement, mak-
Ing da acres, more or legs.
Charles B   Webb, Acent
Sarah   Smith.   Locator
Located   .Inly  21,   1909 ■■'■ '•
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is ben by given that  80 days
COAL   AND   I'ETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Wurks fur a license to prospect
t,,r coal and petroleum on the lot
lowing lunds situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is plunted at or i*ar
one mile east of the 27 mile
post on C, P. It. survey Hoe which
Is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
aud Peine, the Nurth West corner post
of the Uonnrd W. Iluker claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  cbuins ;
ihence   west    oltthty (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  cbains ;
L, thr point of commencement, mnk-
iiiL- i,1n ncres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Leunnrd W. Baker. Locator.
Located  July 23,   1909. 36-5
lifter date, I intend to apply to the alter date. I mien,I to npply to th
lion.   Chief   Commissioner of  Lnnds Hon    Chlel   Commissioner  ol   Lands
und    Works foi    a   license  to prospeel   and    Works  lor   a   llceliso   to prospect
lor coal   and   petiole n  the  lol   lor coal   ami    petrotet ii  the  foi
lowing lands situate in the District lowing land sltunte In the District
of Southenst Knntcnny, British Col- ol Sotitbcnsl Kootonny, British Columbia, in Block 1593    Commencing i bin, in Block l.'.'i.i    Commencing lit
a post that is plunted at <>r near ., posl thnl is planted ut ol neai
three miles ensl ot the 25 mile three miles east ,,[ the 23 mile
post on C. P. It survey line which posl on C P, I! survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 1693,lis the western boundary ol lol ir.fii.
and being the South Kast cornor post and being tho South Bust corner posl
of  Oeorgc  E.   Kleury  claim of (he  James  II    I...win,in claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chuins ;    ,    thence  north olghty   ikiii  chains .
ihenee    west    eighty   (Kill  chains;    ,    thonce    ..  ll     eighty   'SOi  chains;
thence  south  eighty   ikiii  chuins ,        thence  south olghty   180)  chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    'Kill   chains; Hence   cot    eighty    IKIU  chains;
to the point ut commencement, mak i,, tho point ,,f commencement, mak
Ing 610 acres, more or less, Ing 610 ncres. more or less.
Chnrles E. Wehh.  Agent Charles K   Webb,  Agent.
Qeorge E. Kleury. Loeutot .1 es li   Lowman, Locator.
Located   July 21,  1909. 30-5 .    Located   July   211,   19119 36-fi
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notlco is herehy ejveu that 30 duys
after dale, I Intend to apply to the
II..ti Chlel Cotiiiuisidoner of Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
l,,i coal and pet [oleum on the (allowing lands sltunte in the District
ol Souiiienitt Kootenny, British Columhln, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
ii post that is planted nt or near
Once miles east ol the 27 mile
post on C P. It survey line which
is the western boundary of tot. 4593,
and being the North East ruruer post
ul the Anna K.  Webb rlulm
thence   west     eighty   180)  chains ;
thence  south  eighty   1801  chains ;
Uience   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 610 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent
Anna K.  Webb,  Locator.
Located July 22, 1909 36-5
thence  south  eighty   (801  chains :
thence   east,   eighty    (80) chnins ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more ur less.
, Charles   10.   Webb,   Locator.
1    Located   July  20,   1909. 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, I intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
nnd Works for a license tu prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the tot
lowing lands situate iu the District
ot Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
one mile enst of the 27 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is tbe western boundary of lot' 4593,
and being the South West comer post
of Alice O. Chick's claim
thence   euHt   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chnins ;
thence south eighty (80) chnins ; .
to the point of commencement, milking 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles 10. Wobb, Agent.
Alice (1, Chick, Locator.
Loeuted  July 23, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
lor conl and petroleum on the following lands sltunte in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Conimcncing ut
a post that is planted nt or near
three miles east ol the 27 mile,
post ou C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West cornor post
f the Anna K. Webb claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   wesl.    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south olghty   (80)  chnins ;
to the point of commencement, making 64(1 ueres, more or less.
Chnrles E.  Wehh, Agent.
Anna   K.   Wehh.   Locator.
Located July 22, 19119. 36-fi
thence north eighty  (80)  chains
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 acres, more or less,
Chnrles E. Wehh.  Agent.
Annn  K.  Wehh.   Locntor.
Located July 22. 1909. 36 i
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 3(1 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the following lands sltunte in the District
ol Southenst Kootenny, British Col
umbiu, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or neur
five miles enst. of the 27 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry ot lot 4593.
and being tbe North East comer post
ol the M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thonce   west   olghty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 ncres, more or loss.
Chnrles E. Wehh, Agent.
M. Wnyne Twitchell, Locntor
Located July 22,  1909, 30-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is herehy glvon thnt 30 days
alter date,  I  intend to npply to tho
Hon.    Chlel    Co lissioncr of  Lnnds
and Winks fur u liceiiHe to prospect
for coal und petroleum on tho following lands ailnulc In the District
ol Southenst Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
post Hint Is plunted nl. or near
one mile cast ol tho 27 mile
post on 0. P. If, survey line which
In the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
of Leonard W   linker's clnlm
thence  south  eighty   (80)  eliuinn ;
thence   wesl    olghty  (KO) chuins ;
thence north olghty  (80)  chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80i chains ;
i the point of commencement, tanking 610 ncres, more or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb,  Agent.
Loonnrd w, [inker, Locator.
Located  July :'.'!, j<lo». 36-6
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chlef# Commissioner ol Lnnds
and Wurks'for a license lo prospect
for coal and petroleum on tlie following lunds sltuato in tho District
of Southenst Kootenny. British Ool
umbln, in Block 4693 : Commonclng ut
a post that, is planted at or near
five miles eust of the 27 mile
post on 0, P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary uf lot 4593,
and being the North West corner pi st
of the Olive H, Twitchell clnlm
thenco   east   eighty    (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thenco   west,    eighty  (80) chnins ;
thenco north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less,
Charles E. Wcbl), Agont.
Olive II, Twitchell, Locntor
Loeuted July 22, 1909. 36-6
Notlco is hereby given thut. 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hun. Chlel Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, iu Bluck 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is plained at ur near
nine mills east of the 27 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot. 4593
and being tho North Eust corner pust
uf  the Olive H.  Twitchell claim
thence   west    eighty  l SO l chains ;
thence south eighty   (Mi)  chuins ;
thence   cast    eighty    (80)  chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;
to tho point of commencement, nink-
ine, 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb, Agent.
Olive H. Twitchell, Locator
Located   July 26,   1909. 36-6
to the poiut of commencement, innk-
ine: 040 ncres, mure or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter J.  Abbs,  Locator,
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after dato, 1 intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
fur coal und petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenny. British Columbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
nine miles east of tlie 27 mile
post on 0. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 1593,
and being the North West coiner post
uf tlie William Denner claim
tlieuce   east    olghty    (kill  chuius ;
I hence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   wesl    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to tho point of commencement, making lilu acres, i,lore or leas.
Chnrles E. Wehh, Agont.
William  Denner,  Locntor,
Located   July 26,  1909. 36-6
AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE,
herehy given thut 30 days
apply to the
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thnt 30 duys
ufter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Oommlssionor ol Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lnnds sltunte in tlie District
ot Southenst Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Block 1593: Oommonclng at
a post that is planted at or near
seven miles east of the 27 mile
posl. ou 0.   P.   It.  survey   line    which
is the western boundary of tut 4598,
and being the North West, coiner post
ol tlie Bert. E. Palmer clnlm
thence   enst   eighty    (KOI  chnins ;
(hence   south   eighty   (KOI   ehulns ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chnins ;
thence nortli eighty   (80)  chuins ;
to the point of commencement, muk
ing 610 ueres, more or less.
Charles E. Wohb. Agent.
COAI.
Notice ii
aftor date, I intend ti
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands
Works [or a license to prospect
oal and petroleum on the following lands situate in tlie District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
n post thut, is planted nt or near
one mile east of the 29 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is (he western boundary o[ lot 1593,
and botng (he South East, corner post
of the Virginia B, Littletleld clnlm
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
tlieuce   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thonce south olghty  IK(I) chnins ;
(hence   cast   olghty    (80) chains ;
to 1.1 it- point of commencement, mak-
lllg 6-11) ncres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Wehh, Agent.
Vlrglnlii  E.  Littletleld,  Locntor.
Loontcd  July 23,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
ufter dulc, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for u license to prospect
for conl and potroloum on ttie 101-
lowing lands situate iu Hie District
,,f Soutlioasl Kootenny, British Columbia, lu Block 1693 : Commencing ut
a   [uist    thai  is planted   ut   or   near
till Irs     east     ot     tlie   29 mile
posl on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundnry ot lot. 4593,
uud being the Sotltll Eusl. corner [lost
of Hie Walter J. Abbs clnlm
tlieuce nortli eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty   (801  chains ;   |
Uouco   oust   eighty    (80) chnlns ;   |
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Hint 30 days
after date, I intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District,
ol Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted ut or near
three miles enst of the 29 mile
post on C. P. R. survey lino which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Walter J. Abbs clnlm
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chuins;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty (80) chuius ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chnins ;
to the point of commencement, milking 640 ncres, more or loss.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Wultcr  J.  Abbs,  Locator.
Loeuted July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thnt 30 days
«Ror date, I intend to apply to tho
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for  a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on the following   lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast   Kootenny,   British Cnl-
umhin, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a   post   that is plnntcd   at   or  near
live    mlcs     oast ol     the 29    mile
post on 0. P.  II. survey line   which
is tlie western boundary ol  lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
if the Susan It. Erye clnlm
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chnlns ■
thence north eighty (80)  chains ;
thence   west,   olghty  (80) chains ■
thence  south   eighty   (80)   chains ;
to tlie point of commencement, mnk-
ng 610 noros, more or loss.
Obnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Susan R. Frye,  Locntor.
Loeuted July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAI,   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt 30 dgys
alter date, 1 intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Oommlssionor of Lnnds
and Works lor a license to prospect
foi- coal and petroleum on tho following lunds situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columhln, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post, that Is planted at or neai
nine miles oast ol the 29 mile
post on 0. P. R. survoy line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593
and being tho South West corner post
of the Levi O. Monroe claim
thence   east   olghty    (80) chnins •
thenco north eighty  (8uj  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thenco south eighty   (80)  die ins ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ueres, more or loss.
Chnrles B, Webb, Agent.
Levi (j, Monroe, Locator.
Located  July 26, 1909. 3i;-r,
CRANBROOK LAND DIBTRIOT
District ol East Kootonny.
Take notlco that I, Harvoy Hough-
Und, ol Cranbrook, 1). 0., occupation
Rancher, Intend to npply lor permission to purchase tho following described lands : Commencing at a post
planted 20 chnins west ol she southeast cornor ol lot. 6247; thonco west
20 chuins, thence south 80 chains,
thenco east 20 chains, thenco north
80 chains.
Harvey Hougbland,
Dated July 16, 1909. 89-J THE  PRiiSPKOTt'll.     i'UANBUoOK,    B     It.,   SATI ItDAV ,   SEPTEMBER   t,   P-'in
PAGE ,
EOR   BALE   AT THE ORANBROOK
DRUG AND BOOK STORES
TENDERS    WANTED      Kilt     THE
PURCHASE  Of  THE   PEARL
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tender,, uddrcssed to the undersign-
ed at his office in (lie I oiirt tlouso,
in the city of Oranbrook, will do re
ceived up to tlie hour ol live o'clock
In the afternoon of Mondny, tho UtIJ
day of septcmiiei, Lous, tor tne purchase of the Pearl Milan ul
Claim, Lot 3035, Croup 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to tic
torioitod to tho Crown nt the tux
sale held in the City of Oranbrook,
ou the 5th day of November, 1906,
lor unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mlnornl churn
which Includes the amount of delinquent taxes and costs ut the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs ol advertising nnd tees lor crown grant Is $93.20,
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tonder,
Each tender must he  accompanied
by   an   nccepted   cheque lor tho full
amount ol the tender, payable ut par
to   the   order ol tbe Assistant Commissioner ol Lands, Crnabrook, B.C.
J. V.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lauds,
Cranbrook, 1). 0.
Dated this 27th day of July, 1909,
Cranbrook, 11. C. 31-5
TENDERS    WANTED     EOR     THE
PURCHASE OF THE REINDEER
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders uddrcssed to t.tic undersigned at his oltice in tho Court House,
In the City ol Cranbrook, will ho received up to tho hour of five o'clock
in the afternoon ol Monday, the 6th
day of September, 1909, (or tho purchase ol the Reindeer Mineral
Claim, Lot 4063, group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to he
forfeited to the Crown at the tux
sale bold ln tho City of Cranbrook,
on the 5th day ol November, 1906,
lor unpaid taxes and costs.
Tbe upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes and costs at the time ol
lorleiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertising and lees for crown grant is 577.su
which Is tho lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Each tender must be accompanied
by   an   accepted   cheque lor tho full
amount of the tender, payable ut par
to   the   order ol the Assistant Commissioner ot Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J. P.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner ot Lands,
Crnnbrook, D. C.
Dnted this 27th day ot July, 1909,
Oranbrook, B. 0. 31-5
TENDERS    WANTED     FOR     THE
PURCHASE OF THE ELKHORN
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at his office in the Court House,
in the City of Cranbrook, will be received up to the hour ol five o'clock
in the afternoon ol Monday, the 6th
day ol September, 1909, for the pur-
ebaae of the Elkhorn Mineral
Claim, Lot 2991, Group 1, Kootenny
district, which was declared to be
forfeited to the Crown at the tnx
sale held In the City ol Oranbrook,
on the 5th day ot November, 1906,
for unpnid taxes and costs.
The upset price ol the mineral claim
which Includes the amount of delin
quent taxes and costs at the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs ol advertising and fees lor crown grant is $91.on,
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Bach tender must be accompanied
by an accopted chequo lor the full
amount of the tender, payable nt pinto the order of the Assistant. Commissioner ol Lands, Cranbrook, B.O.
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lnnds,
Crnnbrook, 11. 0,
Dated tlUs 27th day of July, 1909,
Cranbrook, B. C. 31-r,
TENDERS   WANTED     FOR     THE
PURCHASE   OF THE  GOLDEN
GROWN FRACTION  MINERAL
CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign
■ed at his office In the Court House,
In the City ol Crnabrook, will he re
ceived up to tho hour ol live o'clock
In the afternoon of Monday, the 6th
day ol September, 1909, lor the pur
-chase of the Golden Crown Fraction
mineral claim, lot 6406, group 1, Koo
tenay district which was declared to
be forfeited to the crown at tho tax
sale held In the City ol Cranbrook
on the 6th day of November, 1906
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price ol the mineral claim
-which includes the amount of delln
quent taxes and costs at the time ol
lorleiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs ol udvortis
ing, and for crown grant Is $58.50,
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as n tender.
Each tender must bo accompanied
by an accepted cheque (or tho lull
amount ol the tender, payable at par
to the order jl tho Assistant Com
mlssloner ol Lands, Crnnbrook, B.C
J, V.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner ol Lands,
Cranbrook, B. C
Dnted this 27th dny ol July, 1909
Oranbrook, B. O. 31-1
tlon of  til.       applicant :   William     G
Pecklium, New York City, in the
statu ol New York, U.S.A.
[Ill The name of the hike, stream
or source : (a) Supply Creek (b) Mir
for Luke nnd extensions to Supply
Creek.
ic) The pain! ol diversion : li)
from Supply Creek in the neighbor
hood ot Mirror Lake ; i2l tlie hnilks
of Mirror Luke.
(d) The ,|iinulily uf witter applied
lor : 2.74 cubic leet per second.
(e) The character of the proposed
works : Ditches, Humes uml pines,
(f) Tlie premises on which the wu
ter Is tn he used : Sub-lot tl, block
t.'i'.to, group 1, Kootenny.
(ul The purposes lor which the wu-
ter is to lie used : ordinary, domestic
and agricultural.
th) If for Irrigation describe the
land intended to bo Irrigated, giving
acroagc . Pho whole of said sub lot
9, containing 400 ncres.
ill ll the water is tu lie used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place  where the wnter is to     tie
returned to some natural channel
nnd (lie difference in altitude between
point of diversion uud point ol return : not to he used for power or
mining purposes.
(J) Areu of crown land Intended to
he uccupied by tile proposed works :
None.
(k) This notice was posted un the
23rd dny ni July, 1909, uml application will he made to the commission
er on the 23rd dny ol August, 1909.
(1) Give the mimes nnd addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or wtiose lunds ure likely to
lie utloctod by tbe proposod works,
either above or below the outlet :
British Columbia Southern Railway
Company, Calgary, Alta., F. 0,
Douglas, Wnrdner, 11. I'..
Chapman. Wnrdner, II. 0., George
Pickering, Wnrdner, B. C.
G. H. THOMPSON,
Solicitor for
(Big*.)     William tl.  Pcckhnm.
(P.O. Address) Fort Steele, B.O.
Form approved. Notice is to lie
posted on Bull River bridge lot 3007.
group 1, und on the higbwuy near
lot 3008, group 1, Kootenny.
Dated this 13th dny ol July,  1909.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Wuter Commissioner.
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given thnt 30
dnys ufter date I intend to npply to
the Honournhle the Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works lor u license to prospect for conl and petroleum on the following described binds
situated in Flathead Block 4593, Enst
Kootenny. district, province of British
Oplumhla, situuted nt a post
one mile south and one mite west ol
southeast corner of lot. 8363, thence
south 80 chnins, thence went 80 chnins
thence north 80 chuins, thence east
80 chnins, containing 640 acres more
or less.
Locator, Thos. Patterson
Agent, D. A. Gate.
Witness,  C.  M.  Conway.
Located   June  30,   1909. 33-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
lays niter date I intend to apply to
the   Honourable   the   Chief Commis-
incr of Lands and Works lor a license to prospect for coal aad petroleum on the following described lands
situated In Flathead Block 4593, East
Kootenny. district province of British
Columbia, situated nt a post
three miles south and one mile west
of the south oast cornor of lot 8363,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chnins, thence north 80 chains, and
thence east 80 chains, contnlnlng 640
acres more or less.
Locator, Jas. Dougall.
Ageat, 0. M. Conway.
Witness, D. A. Cnte.
Located  June 30.  1909. 33-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honournhle Chief Commissioner
ol Lnnds nnd Works for a license to
prospect lor conl nnd petroleum on
the lollowing described lnnds, situate
in Flathead, Block 4593, district ol
cast Kootenny, province ol British
Columhln ; commencing ut. n post
situuted two mites south and one
mile enst ot the northeast corner post
of lot 8363, thence south 80 chnins ;
thence enst 80 chains, thence nortli
80 chnins, thence west 80 chnins    to
place  of
640 acres.'
commencement, containing
Locntor. Edwurd 0, Moe
Agent, D. A. Cnte.
Witness, C. M. Conwny.
Dnted July 24th, 1909. 33-5
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Eust, Kootenny, Southern Division
Take notice that Wnltcr B. McFar-
lnni) of Oranbrook, 1). C, occupation
merchant, intends tn npply for permission to purchase the lollowing described limits : Commencing ut n post,
plunted nhoiit 10 chains north ol the
southenst corner ol lot 8436, thence
oust 20 chains ; thenco south 20
chnlns ; thence onst 20 chuins; thence
soutli 50 chains; thence west 40 chains
thenco north 70 chains to the place
ot commencement, contnlnlng 240
ncres more or leas.
Walter Bruce McFarlane.
Dnted, July 21th. 1909. 34-9
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30
dnys nftor (lute 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable the Chiel Commis
sloner ol Lands nnd Works lor a He
ense to prospect for coul nnd petrol
eum on the following described lunds
situuted in Flutbcnd Block 4593, East
Kootenny.'district, province ol British
Columbia, situated at a post
one mile south nnd one mile west ol
south cast corner post ol lot 8363,
thonce north 80 chains, thence wcBt
80 chnins, thence soutli 80 chains, and
thence oast, 80 chains, containing 640
acres more or less.
Locator, Chas. Patterson
Agont, DA. Cnte.
Witness,  C.   M,  Conway.
Located  June 30,  1909. 33-5
fur UOPsid taxes uud costs.
The upset price of tlie mineral claim
which includes tlie ulnouut ul delin
quent taxes und custs al (tie time ot
forfeiture, with Interest, tuxes which
hnve since accrued, custs ,,1 advertis
tug. nnd for Crown Grant is $50.50,
which is the lowest amount which
will he considered us u tender.
Kuch tender must tie iieeonipanied
by un nccepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable nt pal
I,, the order ol the Assistant Oommlssionor nt Lands, Oranbrook, B.O.
.1. K. ARMSTRONG,
Assistunt Commissioner of Lauds,
Crnnhrook, 11. 0,
Dated  this 27th  dny   "f  July,  V.I09,
Oranbrook, B. 0, ;'-i-'
TENDERS    WANTED      Kilt;      THK
PURCHASE OK THE  RUNNINl
Wol.K MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed (,, On- undersigned ut his oltice in the Court House,
lu the City "t Crnnbrook, will lie received up lo tlie hour of live o'clock
lu Hie attorn • ol Monday, the 6th
dny of September, 1900, for the pur-
chnse of tin- Running Woll Mineral
Claim, Lot 4051, Group I, Kootenay
district, wtiich wus declared to bo
forfeited to Hie Crown ut the tux
sale held lu tlie City of Crnnlil'ook,
on the 5th day uf November, 1906,
for unpaid tuxes nnd custs.
Tlie upset price uf tile mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent tuxes nnd costs ul the time of
forfeiture, with Interest, tuxes which
hnve since accrued, costs ol advertising nnd lees lor crown grant is $89.95
which is the lowest amount which
will lie considered ns a tender.
Bach tender must be accompanlod
by un nccepted cheque lor the full
amount of the tender, payable nt pur
to the order ot the Assistant Oommlssionor of Lunds, Cranbrook, B.C.
,1. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lnnds,
Oranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 27th day of July, 1909,
Cranbrook, B. 0, 31-5
post on 0, P. R- survey line which
is tin- western boundary of lot 4593.
and being tho North Wost cuiner,".st
,,i the Walter J   Abba claim
lheme  smith  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonco   enst   eighty    isai chuius ;
thence  north  eighty   (Kin  chuins,
thence   west    eighty  (Kit) chuins;
tn the puint of commencement, making 610 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Weld,, agent.
Walter .1. Abbs. Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   ANIi PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut ;io duys
niter date,  1 intend tu upply tu tho
Hon.   chiel   Commissioner of Lunds
' uud   Works fur   u license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum nn the foi-
. iowlng   lands situate in the District
- ot Southenst  Kootenay,  British Ool-
'iinhiu, in Bluck 1593 : Commencing nt
i  post   thut is planted   ut   or  near
.ive     lilies      eust   ol      (la-   29     mile
post nn C,  P. R. survey  line   which
IS tlie  western  boiliidury  ut  lot 1593,
nnd being the Nortli West cornor post
nf tlie Louis M. Davenport claim
thonco  south  eighty   (Kin  chuins;
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chains;
thonce north eighty  (80)  chnins;
thonco   west    eighty (80) chnlns ;
tn tlie point of commencement, making 640 ueres, more or less.
Chnrles E.   Weld,,  Agent.
Louis M. Davenport, Locator
Locntell July 24,  1909. 36-6
TENDERS    WANTED      FOR      THE
PURCHASE     OF     THE    LAST
CHANCE   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at his office in the Court House,
in the City of Oranbrook, will be received up to tlie hour of tive o'clock
ln the afternoon of Monday, tho 6th
day of September, 1909, for the purchase of the Last Chance Mineral
Claim, Lot 4062, Group 1, Kootenny
district, which was declared to he
forfeited to the Crown at the tax
c held in the City of Cranbrook,
the 5th day of November, 1906,
Tor unpaid tuxes nnd costs.
The upset price of tlie mineral claim
which includes the nmoiint. of delinquent taxes and costs nt tbe time of
lorleiture, with interest, tuxes which
hnve since accrued, costs of advertising and lees for crown grant is $56.00
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Each tender must be accompanlod
by an accepted cheque for the    full
amount of the tender, payable at pinto   the   order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistunt Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Dated this 27th dny of July, 1909,
Cranbrook, B. C. 31-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
iys alter dntc I intend to apply to
the Honourable the Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works for n license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following described lands
situuted in Flathead Block 4593, Bast
Kootenny, district province of British
Columhln, sltunted at n post
throe miles south and two miles west
ol southeast corner ol lot 8363, nnd
thenco west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence eust 80 cbuins, and
thonce south 80 chains, containing
640 ncres more or less.
Locntor, Anna P. Hughes
Agent, C. M. Conwny.
Witness, D. A. Onto.
Located  June 30, 1909. 13-5
COAL  AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days alter date I intend to apply to
the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a license to prospect for coal nnd petroleum on the following described binds
situated in Flathend Block 4593, East
Kooteauy, district province of British
Columbin, situated at a post
three miles south and one mile west
ol southeast corner post of lot 8363,
thence north 80 rlinins, thence wcBt
80 chnins, thence south 80 chains,
thence eust 80 chains, contnlnlng 640
acres more or loss,
Locator, 0,  M.  Conwny.
Agont, 0. M. Conwny.
Witness, I). A. Cnte.
Locntcd   Juno 30,  1909. 33-5
J,fllUJ.SKI flNV'l MOOHHNV1I.)
District ol East Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John Angus
Fergusson ol Cranbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, intend to upply
for permission to purchase the foi
lowing described lunds : Commencing
ut a post planted at the S.W. corner
ol lot No. 1113, thonco west 20 chains
thence north 80 chains, tlieuce oast
20 chains, thence south 80 chains to
place ol commencement, containing
160 acres more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator,
Dated July 9,1909. 29-9
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an up
plication will be made under Pint V
ol the Water Act, 1909, to obtnln u
license In the Cranbrook Wnter dis
trict.
(a)   The name, address and occupa-
TENDERS    WANTED     FOR     THE
PURCHASE    OF    THE    RUBY
FRACTION MINERAL CUklM
Tenders addressed to tho undersign
oil nt. his office ln the Court House,
In the City ol Cranbrook, will bo received up to tho hour ol live o'clock
In tlie nlternoon ol Mondny, the 6th
day ol September, 1909, lor the pur-
chnse ol tho Ruby Fraction Mineral
Clnlm, Lot 4055, group 1, Kootenny
district, which waB declared to he
(ortcltod to the Crown at the tax
Bale held In tho City ot Cranbrook,
ot   the   6th day ol November, 1906,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, George Welch
ol Cranbrook, occupation railway
conductor, Intend to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commonclng nt u post
plunted nt the N. E. corner ol lot
8527, thonco eust 40 ehulns, thence
soutli 66 chnlns, tlieuce west 4(1
chnlns, thence north 65 chnlns to the
point ol commencement, containing
two hundred and sixty acres more or
less.
Ooorgo Welch, Lscntor,
Dnted July 16, 1009. 20-'-1
Chart!
Levi   Q,
d   July 87,
i K Webb. Agent
Monroe. Locator.
1909. 36-5
Local
COAL   AiND PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notice in hereby given thnt BO days
ufter date, I intend tu upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
aad Works fur a tit-ease tu prospect
(or- coat and petroleum on the following liuids situate iu the District
nf Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted ut or n, ur
seven miles east uf 31 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry uf lol 1593,
and being the Soutli Eust corner pust
of  tlie  Levi G.  Monroe claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
tlieuce   west    eighty   (801 chains ;
thence  south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   eust   eighty    (8ni chains ;
tn ttie point nf commencement, making 640 ueres, mnre or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb,  Agent.
Levi G.  Monroe.  Locator.
Located   July 27,  1909. 36
three miles cast ot the 33 mile
Post ou O. P. R. survey line winch
is the western boundary ol lot 45s;;.
and being ttie South East coiner post
of the Louis .M. Davenport claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chainf .
thence   west   eighty imi- chains .
thence   south   eighty   laili   chains ,
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains
to the puint uf commencement, mak
ing 640 ncres inure or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ixniis M. Davenport,  Locator
Located   July  28,   1908, .a, T,
I Ing 1-1" ueres mule ur less,
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
K   Charles  Bassttt,  Locator.
.    Located   July   29,  1909. 36-5
0 days
to the
Lands
peel
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given thnl 30dnyB
after date, 1 Intend tu apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner ,,f Lunds
uud Works lor a license to prospect
fur conl and petroleum on the following lunds sltunte in ttie District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
umbia, iu Block 1593 : Oommcncingat
n post that is planted at or near
nine miles oast ol the 29 mile
[tost on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the North West coiner post
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence south eighty   (80) chuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chnins ;
to the point, of commencement, making 610 acres, more or less.
Charles E.  Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locator.
Located   July 26,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notlco is hereby given thut 30 dnys
ufter date, I intend to upply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl aad petroleum nn the lollowing lands situate in the District
of Southoast Kootenay, Drltish Columbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing tit
u post thut is plunted at or near
one mile enst ol tho 31 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Sotltll East corner post
of the Fred E. Goodnll claim   .
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains ;
thenco   cast   eighty    (80) chains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or loss.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Fred B. Goodnll, Locator.
Located  July 28,  1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
alter date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lol-
lowing lands situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenay British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three mile east of tho 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey lino which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being tbe Soutli East corner post
ol tho Ulysses B. Fehr claim
thenco north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Ageat.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lunds
and Works lor a license to prospect
lor coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, Brittah Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
n post thnt is plunted nt or near
three mile east of the 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey lino which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
nnd being the Soutli West corner post
ol the UlysscB E. Fehr claim
thence  east   eighty   (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
tlieuce south eighty   (80)  chnins ;
to the point ol commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
for conl nnd petroleum on the lot-
lowing lands situate in the District
ot Southenst Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut.
n post thut is plnntcd nt or near
live mile east of tho 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey lino which
is the western lioundury ol lot 4593,
and being the Soutli Eust corner post
of the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
thence nortli eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chnlns ;
thence south eighty   (80) chuins ;
thenco   oust   eighty    (80) chains ;
tn tlie point ol commencement, mnk
ing 610 ncres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr, Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notion is hereby given that 30 dnys
ufter date, 1 Intend to apply to the
Hon. Olllet Commissioner of Land.-,
and Works for u license to prospeel
for coal and petroleum on the following; binds situate In the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted nt or near
nine miles east of the 31 mile
post, on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
and being the South West cornor post
ol the Fred E. Goodnll clnlm
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   wejrt.   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
lo tin- point of commencement, making 6UI acres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Wobb, Agent.
Fred B. Goodnll,  Locntor.
Located  July 26, 1909. 36-6
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM NOTIOB,
Notice is hereby given that 30 duys
liter (lute, I Intend tn upply tn the
Hon. chiel Oommlssionor of Lunds
nnd Works for u license to prospect
for coui unit petroleum on the following hums sltunte In tho District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Columbin, in Block 1593 : Commencing ut
post thut is plunted nt or near
three mile enst of the 31 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and beiug the North East corner post
of the Walter W. Hay claim
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (8(1) chuins;
to the point, of commencement, making 640 ncres, more or loss.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter W. Hay. Locntor.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after dute, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing binds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
post thut is planted at or near
three mile onst of the 31 mile
post on C. P, R. survey line which
is the western bouudary of lot 4593,
and being the North West coi ner post
of the Charles E.  Wobb claim
thence south eighty   (80) chnins ,
thence   euBt   eighty    (80) chains;
thence north eighty  (80) chuins ;
thence   west   eighty (801 chains ;
to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E.   Webb,   Locator,
aicated July 27, 1909. 30-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the DlBtrict
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
post that is planted nt or near
live mile cast of the 31 mile
poBt on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North Enst corner post
ol the Charles E. Webb claim
thence   west   eighty (80) chnins ;
thenco south eighty   (80) chnlns ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;
to the point ol commencement, ranking 640 ncres, more or less.
Charles E.  Webb,  Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands sltunte in the District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
post that is planted at or near
live mile cast ol the 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the North Wost comer post
ol the Charles E. Webb claim
theace south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonce   enst   eighty    (80) chains;
thence north eighty  (80)  chaias ;
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing -610 ncres, more or less.
Ohnrles  E.  Webb,  Locntor.
Loeuted  July 27,   1909. 36-6
COAI.   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai .;
after date, I intend tn apply
llun. chief Commissioner nf
and Wurks fur a license to pr,
fur coal und petroleum nn th, ...
lowing lunds situate in the District
uf Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia. In Block 4.V.I3 : C
post thut is planted
three miles eust ol
post on 0,  P. li.
is the western boundary ,,[ lot »,vi:i
and being the South West corner
of the Louis M. Davenport claim
thence   enst   eighty    (8ii) chain
thence nurth eighty  (80)  chain
thence   west    eighty  (80) chain
tlieuce south eighty  (80i  clinm
to the point of commencement
ing 640 ueres more or less.
Chillies   E
Lullli
il ;
llillleliciui- at
ul    nr   lain
the 33 mia
urvcy  hue   winch
mnk
Webb,  Agent.
Davenport.  Locato,
Lucutcl  July 28,   1909. 86-b
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
alter date, 1 intend to apply to th.
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lnndi
and Works for a license t,, prospoo,
for coal and petroleum on the foi
lowing lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny. British Col
iimhln, In Block 4693 : Commencing ni
n post thnt is planted ut or mar
live miles east of the 33 mill
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry ,,t lot 4593,
aad being the South Eust corner pim
of the Hurry F. Lnndeck claim
thence north eighty (80) chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80; cbains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thonce   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, milking 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agont.
Harry F. Lnndeck, Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PBTROLBUM  NOTICE.
|   Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
after date,  I  iutend to upply to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands
land   Works for  a license to prospect
| for coal   nnd   petroleum  on the lol-
Wlng    lands situate  in  the  District
outheasl   Kootenny,   Britisn c'0l-
ia, m Block 4593 : Commencing ut
that is plunted   at   or  near
-even    miles    eust    of    the   33 mile
post on c.   p.  It, S„IVCV 11|le   Kbich
is tin- western boundary ol lot 4593
and being the Nurth West corner post
ul the Maud Bnssett claim
thence south eighty  i80i  chains ;
tlieuce   east   eighty    (8ii) chains;'
thence north eighty (80) chains;
thence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
to tin- point of commencement, inak-
niK (-Hi ueres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
•Maud  Bassett,   Locator.
uted   July  |9,   i9u,j, 3C.6
I"
1.1
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice ii
after date
COAL    AND PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notlco is hereby given thut 30 duys
alter date, I intend tn apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lands
aad Works for a license to prospect
lor coal and potroloum on the foi-
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
tive. miles cast gf the 33 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line wnlch
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and beiug the South West corner post
of the Harry F. Lnndeck claim
thence   oast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ,
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)   chains ;
to the point ol commencement, mnk
ing 640 ncres more or less.
Charles IC. Webb, Agent.
Harry F.  Lnndeck,  Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 86-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Landi
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lot-
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
post that Is planted ut or near
seven miles enst of the 33 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4593,
and being the 8olith East corner post
ol the George Wykes claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chnins ;
to the point ol commencement, ranking 640 acres more or less.
Charles E. Wobb, Agent-
George Wykes.  Locator.
Located   July 29,  1909. 86-5
COAL    AND PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby giveo that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to tbc
Hon. Chief Commissioner ot Lnnds
and Works for a license tn prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenuy, Brltis'h Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
post thut is plunted at or nenr
seven miles eust of the 33 mile
poBt on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West comer post
ol the George Wykes clnlm
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) chains;
thence south eighty  (80) chnins ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
George Wykes,  Locator.
Located  July 29,  1909. 36-5
hereby given that 30 days
I Intend tu apply to the
(ton. I tiiel t uiumisaioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
mi coal and petroleum on the following lands .situate in the District
"I Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a post timt is planted nt or mar
one mile enst of the 35 mile
Posl on ('. p. II. survey line which
is Hie western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
ut (he Fred  K   Ooodall claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  soutli  eighty  i80i  chaias ;
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
thence north eighty  (80)  cbuins ;
to the point of commencement, making 610 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Fred  E.   Goodnll,   Locntor.
Located July 30. 1909. ;u;-5
coal   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
N'ntlce is hereby given thnt 30 duys
after dute. I intend to npply to the
lion. Chief Commissioner nf Lands
und Works lor a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing ut
n post Hint is planted nt or neat-
one mile enst ol the 35 mile
post on O. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4693,
and being the North West corner post
of the Fred   E, Goodull claim
thence   south   eighty   (80)   chnins ;
thence   eust   eighty    (80)  chnins ;
thence nortli eighty  (80)  chaias ;
thenco   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less.
Chnrles E.  Wehh,  Agent.
Fred E. Goodnll, Locator.
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date. 1 intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for u license to prospect
fur cnal aud petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenay, British Col-
limbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing ut
a post thut is plunted ut or near
three miles east of 35 mile
,ost on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western lioundury of lot 4593,
ind being the North Bust corner post
ni the Wm. M. Guiwits claim
thence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
thence smith eighty   (80) cbains ;
Uience   east   eighty    (80) cbaius;
thence north eighty (80) cbains ;
to tin- point of commencement, making 64(1 acres more or loss.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Willinm M. Guiwits, Locator
Located Julv 30, 1909. 36-5
AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
COAI,
Nuticc is hereby given that 3d days
utter dute, I intend tu apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works fur a license to prospect
fur cnal and petroleum on the following binds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
u post thut is planted at or near
three miles enst ol 35 mile
post on 0.  P. It. survey line   which
tlie western boundary of lot 4593,
und being the Nortli West corner post
uf the Wm. M. Guiwits claim
thence  south eighty  (80) cbains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chnins ;
thence  north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Willinm M. Guiwits, Locator
Located July 30, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date, I intend to apply to the
Hun. Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
seven miles east ol the 35 mile
post ou 0,  P. It. survey line   which
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days Post on C. P. It. survey
after date, I intend to upply to thu | is the western ^boundary
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lunds
und Works (or a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum nn the following lnnds sltunte In the District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
n post that, is planted at or near
seven miles oast of 31 mile
(lost on 0. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 1593,
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 duys
alter date, I Intend to apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for n license to prospect
for conl aad petroleum on the following lnnds sltunte in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that. Is planted at or near
three    miles    caot    ol    tho   29 milo
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter dntc, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chlel Commissioner of Lnnds
und Works lor a license to prospect
[or coal und petroleum on ttie foi
lowing lnnds situate in the District
of Southenst Kootonny, British Columbia, in Bluck 1593 : Commencing ut
u pust that, is planted nt or near
tive mile enst of tho 31 tulle
post on O. P. II. survey line which
Is the western boundary of tot 4593,
nnd being the South West corner (tost
of (tie Levi G. Monroe claim
thonco  cast  eighty   (80) .chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thenco   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
thenco south eighty   (80) chnlns :
tn the point of commencement, ranking 640 ncrcB, more or less.
and being tho North Bust, comer post
of tlie Walter J.  Abbs claim
thence   west    olghty  (80) chnlns ;
thence   south   eighty   180)   chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
thence  north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
, the point of commencement, milking 610 acres more or less.
OhnrlOH  E.  Weld,,  Agent
Wnltcr  J.   Abbs,  Locator
Loeuted   July  27,   1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 dnys
ufter date, I intend to apply to the ,
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner  of  Lands,'- the  western boundary ot lot 1593.
und   Works for  n license to prospect | '."''."''"Ll £•   n,b Bm\ ?°rner post
for coal   and   petroleum  on  the foi-  "   '  '
towing lunds situute in the District
ot Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia, in Block 1693 : Commencing at
u post thnt is planted ut or near
one mile east of the 33 mile
line which
I lot 4693,
nnd being the North East corner posl
ol the Jiniies I). Lowman clnlm
thence   west   eighty  (80) chuius ,
thence south eighty   iKOi  chains;
thence   eust   eighty    180) chains ;
thence nurth eighty (80) chnlns ;
tn the point of commencement, mnk
ing 610 ncres mure nr less.
Chnrles  B.  Wehh,   Agent
James D. Lowman, Locator,
Located July 28, 1909,
36 I
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
nftcr dntc, I intend to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
nnd Works fur a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum on the lol-
lowing lnnds sltunte in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
iiinliin, In Block 4693 : Commencing ut
a   post   that la planted   nt   nr   near
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 30 dnys
ufter date, I Intend to upply to the
Hon, chief Commissioner of Lands
and Wurks fur a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tlie tot
lowing lnnds sltunte in tlie District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing ut
u prist thnt is planted at or near
seven miles east ol the 33 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593.
and being the North Enst corner post
ol the F. Chm-los Bnssett  clnlm
thenCO    West     eiehtv   (Ml!   ctlntns .
tt'eiico soutli plenty  ikui chains;
thprioe  en°t   olghty   ihoj chnlns;
tlieuce north eighty   (Kilt  chains ;
'In the point of commencement, mnk
,f the Bert E. Puliner clnlm
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
thence smith eighty (80) chains ;
thence enst eighty (80) chains ;
thence north eighty (80) chains ,
. tl"' point nf commencement, mak-
ig 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert  E.  Pnlmer, Locator.
I.ncuted   July  29,  1909. 36-5
COAI. AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 Intend to apply to the
Hon chiel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
fur coal und petroleum on the lollowing lunds situate in the District
ol Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia, lu Block 1693 : Commencing at
i post Hint Is planted .it or near
even miles east of tho 35 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
Is tlie western boundary of lot 1593,
nnd being tbe North West cornor post
Beit B,  Pnlmer clnlm
if the
thence
ttie nee
t hence
t lienor
to th
south eighty  (80) chains ;
east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
unite, olghty  (80) chains ;
■   west,   eighty (80) chains ;
point, of commencement, making 840 ncres (note or lesa.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Bert  E. Palmer, Locator.
Located July 29. 19i|e. 36-5 Tils! PROSPECTOR,   ORANBROOK,   It.   C,  SATORDAY, AUGUST 28TH  1909.
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Unli-fiakable Ftonts In
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till-   lll-l   It IIIIIIH'i   .lllil   llli-   la-sl     Mr,lllllo     Slllt     fl'lilU     1 In-
Newesl I '.ill- rns in tin- 11 -i oi ; i ii
A Three-Piece Double-Breasted Sack
Cotno und st*i' ottr *| inl suit at pC, OO; this suit .^ pusHy
wurtli si; ""     It's a "LION  HUAND" make, mul fully jruar
anlced.    Wn novor offered before h suit >n a I.  wi
sold n  suit vvitli s" iinu-li i: loess uliiiiit it u^ this suit, ,m,|
wn ilnn'l think Iheie is :i liny in Hi,- phu-p slinillil -iii — seeing
this suit.
A Six Dollar Suit; Our Price $5.00
Burns  Bros.
CRANBROOK, - B. C.
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LOCAL  NEWS.
Home made windy 30o. per lb,     at
Tho Palm.
J. White ot LethhrldtJ* was i" town
Tuesday.
Special for Bnturaay—Sweet Oranges 25c. per dozen ut The l'ulin.
Mrs.  Robert Hughes returned Irom
the coast on Wednesday's train.
George J, Hennett uf Toronto was
in the city Tuesday.
Prank Bissona of    Ferule lias been
holidaying ut the parental home here.
Mr. Prank Brougbton is holidaying
at the coast.
Wm,  Butherlaod ol  Winnipeg spent
Sunday hist in Oranbrook,
I'. Woods returned from a imsiness |   Dave Griffith of    Wild Horse Creek
trip to Alberta Friday. wna \n town this week,   tie sayatbe
,     n ,,„     !.'"..,,..   WfttW in Wild Horse is as low as it.
A    Doylo    drove    ovei from Fort h«a (,.,■>,. fki  .
Steele Thursday „» busiaeas, jlms ,,"Ii this yt:^_
v. K   Mottatt wTTnt Marysville on L^rvin^^T1   lalV com?ItJefl
business Thursday ,'u   " S *ftJ° »rrftn*ements ';"
_?  |n twelve mile inat'iillioii nice, ,,|,cn 1,,
Mr. anil Mrs. Fnrrniit  and children profol"!lo,ml rneew.
lot for Vancouver Tliursiluy I   .,,,„. „mny M;^  0| ,,,mr||,s c,m-'
In   Connolly roturnod from a holt ''""" wl" '"' PlonaoU lo loarn Hint lu-
duy  visit to On- const Tlilirsilnv. ! 's V8r? """'Il "liv''     T1"' "'I'"" '" h*»
  drowning   in  tlie  Skcenn  river wns   n
It.  I-:. Boattto     ivaK ni  MinuoapoliB  canard
this week. 	
A  li\c mile Mnrntlimi nice will  lie !
John Oholdltch returned (Ins week an attraction al  tho fair. Tho race
from n holiday trip to the const will    bo run on On- morning ol tho
"  U'lll, nn,l  18 open  to all coiner,     win,:
Miss It. Trlmmlngham ol Chicago, reside in Kant Kootenay
111., is <i guest nl the resilience ot Mr
nnd Mrs. A. Leitch K    ll     Hunts   of   Toronto,   It   H. I
„     , , ,T"'„r i      , , Plo'chor ol Wlnulpott, tl   I-'   limns I
Monday,    Ootohct    5 him heen sol ,„  «,,,.,,,„.,.   \   uuhop ol  Montreal,
lor rhanksglvlng daj Inlnnndn   this Wm   s„ip  vyyclllTo, J   l<  llurns
yL'"' nnd   .1      l<     III,, ni.    .h       ,,l    MIIOBtOUO, j
Mr  nnd Mrs  A. S. Usburn "i Mcdl   »'e™ rogirtoroil at the Cranhrooli   on
cine     lint    were   visiting   lui-n.ls       nl    l'"'l:'v
Cranbrook Friday.
i    Mr. and Mrs   li   I'nmpbolt ot  Hon    . ,,.k^v o., ^,. ■ -   uo, ..    ........o.......   .,
oer'H  Ferry  w  Cranbrook   rtsitors   f"*"*"* A......*.rt*..*f..A..A..^.
Will.   GoauOll  Ol   Nelson   wns   at   the I Tlllirs.lny ■ | I
Cranbrook Sunday Inst :-»wt ... . . !
  I'he city author!  have made    n t   \A/P»Tlirill hapl/ 3
\l   A   licile wus outing tins week  good job on gradlnx  Vrmatrunn nven :   VV C Will UtlL-lV ;
at St, Mary's Lake, : ue : « i
n ll Dulmnge »■'■ In Vlhertu thin
week in the Interest ol tho Vgrtcul
jturiil Association
I Our Roan
1
burning    ,,n the wesl  side ol Moyie J nri
°' lake tins wc,-k. i i earn
An extensive     lol,-st      lire has !»,
A. IV tlnwness has Bold tns ant,
I,ile tn Archie McKinnon
ll   Snider ol  Klku wns m town
Mondny.
i-:.    Prattle    ami li. McDougo
Wnrdner, were in tho city Monda;
  I   Frank Dunn and daughter led     on!.
Mr   and Mrs.  J.  I    Fink were vis , w,-,ln.>,t.,\ on .i vlsil to Spokuno and
n :m; at Revolstoko tins week Seattle
Mr   and Mrs. P. 0, Long ol Moyie ,, ls ,,MI,.,.,,,,| th.,,  ,|„. ,„.»     public
jpenl Sunday lart at the Royal, _,.,„„,, i^mi.tnit; will he rendj   for oc , i|
Mr   mul  Mrs   0.  H   Thompson were   '"IM.icy  by  the „«t_ k  in Octal      ?
outing this week at St   Mary's Lake Tne pu0||c   ,s n,niladed  that     tholS
.    , ~7~T  ,    ,,  i     „-   RfouBe shooting Benson,  winch usiinl ' -
i    J   South and 1.   L,   I anlord    ol
Vancouver
j Against the j
I _.     _ f
| Fire Team =
i
a,„ ami 1    l.     .m„.'i    o, ,fv    o-ens   no~   hna   ina   ,,„.,,,,„  -| ;:
WON in_lhe CltJ   Mondaj        Bast  an(|  Wesj   Kootc„ay  thi8 scason   |    in „    race  to any  part   of   the   |;
K   Roberts nt Winnipeg
;■■.   Monday.
Ih,. | by order ot the lieutenant
dame Warden .lames Bate
sted
=    city     Now      it   takes n    good S:l
j?    team to bent   the tiro tcnlii but   2'
Miss M. o,uam of Ottawa Is visit    nn Indian     having in his possession £ l,v'
nreiiiliy noted things
nnd tn prove our assertion we
would ask someone to give ns
n trial,
Just ring us up for n
T-R-O-Q-R-L-A-T-P-l-F
Can You Guess What This Means?
A Souvenir at Our Store for Everyone That Can
COOD FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
MM,
wren
Bench Tools
Look over your work-bench—see if
your tools are all in pnnd condition.   Docs
your saw cut as (ast and as easily as yuu could
isli?   Is your hammer true and well-balanced
and is the handle sijiuie?
In replacing or buying new tools insure yourself
apainst simh tool misfortunes by getting
KUHKmn
Tools and Cutlery
They have edges that last; adjustments permanent j
hang and balance exact; last a lifetime with ordinary care.
All Keen Kutter Tools and Cutlery fully guaranteed.
We sell them.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE Cranbrook, B. C.
Diamonds Have Gone up
And Merchants Say They Will Still Go Higher
Early in the spring we bought a large consignment
of loose stones, these have now been mounted into ring
settings, etc Prices from $15.00 to $400 00. While
they last we have  no intention to higher our pnooF.
OUR PRICES WILL KIMAIN LOW
THE RAWOTH BBOS.   OPTICIANS
C. P. R. Watch Inspectors CRANBROOK
niu  her brother Maurice Quain   thi:. six willow irrnusc. which lie wns try
,V,.,.K nii: t,» Uisposc     of.  Indians shooting
  grouse nnd chickens should  he dealt
Mr. and Mrs. W.  Bevens and family wlth  tne Haml, ;1S .,  „|litl, nmn     .im|
.,f Kstevan   were Cranbrook visitors u,.t ,|,e fun benefit ot the law,
.ni Tuesdav. •——
                             , By an oiiler in council nf lust  June,^                                                                .     ,
P, Woods, of the P. Woods Co left t|„, following regulations govern the 1  -. K      (.*.    .    <■>, ,                 ;   ?
on Mondav for points in Alberta   to tnpinc of game, commencing 1st    of I   rt/l OTTa I    ^I"n\/'P :; X
purchase cattle. September, the seusoii opens for   the I  *»*'-»•»*«.I.  KJUWVti 5: J
—~, _      ,        1  ,. killing of duck, snipe nml geese    and 1
11.   G.    Williams of  Scuttle  ^'.Hclnses on  the 2»th  ol  I'Vbrunry  next. : |
The sale of tin- above docs not com   S
H
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h   Willis of Edmonton were .it    the
nl,rnnk  Sunday Insl
tnence until tin- ttt-st day of OctOher.
K   w   Kelsall ol    Wattsburg,   who Jhe. °!fr   sl'f»"   opens the first of a
has been spending Ins holidays in the I September mul closes on the 15th   of  -
old country,  iftiirnt'd Tuesday.
And ring in a
U
!
!
it
November nnd no deer ure to
after the Lfith of November
Thi'     i'ranbrook  public schools re- season     has     been     declared un all  j
tpened on September   rirst, after     a   grouse for. this year  in  the counties I :S
rbeVd 1 Fire Alarm f
A     close 1 :S S-.
'd on nil! '■ a ;
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♦
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
ait- sulil niih   l>\
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439-441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,   B.C.
WfttTF.   FOR   DESCKIPTIVK   CATALOGUE,
Branch Store    |t3 Josephine Street, Nelson, PC
George   Welch.   Selling. Agent. Cranbrook. B.C
H.    H.    STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C!
Business,
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vacation of eiijht weeks.
W. ll. Bradford and Mrs. Chelinicli
of Wycllfte, were nt the Royal Mon
day. ' ^__
We have plenty ol good second hnnil
machines at the Sinser Store. Chcnp.
Different makes.
The Edison Theatre Co. nre putting nn an excellent program of mov-
ing pictures tonight.
Mr. C. I.. White, C. P. It. auditor
wns in town Monday. He was accompanied hy Mrs. White.
A good runny vacationists are
trooping home these dnys with vacant, purses.
i I). H. Telford and Miss Telford of
Winnipeg were Crnnhrook visitors
Monday.
Count Zeppelin is almost as big a
ninn as Emperor William, and he
tnndes jn much higher circles.
*\     rtiuger sewing machines are the best
3 ! -there are none Just ns good. Sold
$ nt Singer store, Armstrong avenue,
4>   nt 5H per month.
♦ Mr. and Mrs. A. Metier, Mrs. P.
Hundley and Miss Hundley ol Marysville were Crnnhrook    visitors Tues-
;|dny. _
The Ladies Aid nf the Methodist
diurch contemplate Installing n furn-
:" j ace In the parsonage in the near future.
:.[. S. Peck, who has been visiting
tin- Seattle fair and other points has
♦ ' returned to his duties on the staff ol
f   tin- C.P.R.
J 1 We learn thnt C. H. Pollen's saw-
Z mill   on     the   Kootenny river, near
4 Skooktlmchuck, has commenced cut-
4> ting.
♦ Kenneth Chester, the newly uppoint-
♦ ,-,l veterinary surgeon, nf Kingsgutc,
(land It. J. Fowler were in tlie city
?  Monday.
J A number of hunters left on Tucs-
2 day for Wnsa     so as to be on hand
2 early Wednesday morning for the car-
4> ly flight of ducks.
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'I'll,- band concert on Mondny even
ing was highly appreciated hy the
large crowd winch gathered in the vicinity ol the cniirt house.
James Kinliiy. manager of the Sullivan mines was in town Mondny nn
company  business   He returned     tn
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Phone 56
2    Ttii-ic will in- chcnp transportation
4}   nit,.-,     over     ttie Cr,,w line from nil
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- rr< / \ fj t-* ♦ points east it ml    west, to Criinhronk
.    ir-j^v,'      Wll  »IV"-^ ♦ und return during the big agricultural       y-w|   1   \ I     I   I     I         ^                  ^^ * "' '"'
rrV"ln,      V^J'           "          -^BiJjl|^S*SS^ ♦ y»"    desire      the
I   *  *                     ^.^angMflSBK*^ i I'l-ciitest  lienelll  In Criinlirook. Ho not
2   lit down nnd wait for Homething    to
X  "-inc.  but get n hustle on and (nrce
Gold Standard   *
4,     1   11   Aicmiuier ,,[ Toronto, It. B.
♦   Yioiinti  of Olnresholm, C, Itlocth   of
I-,                             I     ,-.     ..j.               4>   Mollntt   of  1 liireslioliu,   r.   Illnrlll   nl
eas and Lotfees z\rMc> *. n. bowimhi of winniwg
2  T   B. flruy ol Vancouver, were regis
i 2 tored nt the Crnnhrook this Tuesday,
4 PEACB nnd CONTENTMENT will surelv reip-n i   m DeWoii oi Bonners ferry, m. ,i,
"       X Itnhert    ol Siiokanc, W. M. Iloihrldge
X ol Ottawa, It. N. I.iidlngtnn nf Wen-
4) iichle, and    ->   A. Welch ,,f Honnors
♦ Ferry were nt tits Cranbrook Monday,
♦ t-'tci Coffin nf Vancouver, ,1.     A.
2  lloblnst t Wardner, P. tl. Chapman
m 2 "I Vancouver,    11. W. Day ol Winni
*   s~*  a    >/i r\r» t~* ■    ■      c     mm   .   m. r & f . » . ,-.    X.l"'-'- Mr- and Mrs. Sturgeon ol Knrn
I CAMPBELL & MANNING : fejy-i«x^'" th"
I Staple and Taney Grocers ||„„^ 0,^11 citTtLui
X t  of Mnvie. .1. W. Kinney of C.nre liny,
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*v*******   nt the Crnntirnnk Thursday.
♦ in the home il' yon use only
I      ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
2 Makes Best Bread
f Bast nnd West Kootenay.
STEWART'S
The  Leading   Fruit Store.
S   at   the same time and as wt
state    above   we'll    hack   our
I :S    teamster
|j PlIBSKIIVtXCI f'HAt.'IIKS.
f I'l.L'MS. I'K.Mts. CUAII-
# AI'I'I.KK. TOKAV CltAI'Ks.
% Mki.oxs,    Tomatobs,
?' CUCtlilUKHS.
ifA/.i:i.wen in U'i-:ci!i-:.\M,
STKWAKT'S  KINK
CIHU'lll.ATKS
I   HUGH STEW A R]
ArmsiroiiK Ave. *»liom
f
> '»■■ v •' ,»■■ ♦• ,«f «y- *i,
CROUP
if
I
I Alex McCallum l\-r
I 5: *
'Jt    to   he   at    the scene of action   8-; X
;|    some niimites liel'iye 5;' <%.
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i Jimmy Foster   I 1
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Try us for a s
a.
Mofifat Stove I
"The Best in all Canada"   :
PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers        .      .       .
OUR AIM Is In give the i-iilliloi-|.s,-,-ki-i- tin- fullest sens,-
,,[',-oiuii'ci with tho Iniist senso of a|)|)iiriiuis the mustsntls-
fj-lng results al the least expense of fuel and of labor, with
Ic.-i-ilorn from repairs, und ti ilui-nliilit.v equal to tho lit',- of tlio
buildings    In    which    tho    heating  systems  are   Installed
Our Systems of  Heating meet these  requirements exactly.
Tiii-i an- the eflloloiit, silent, rollable servant of tho house owner
un udjiincl which tlot-s more for the oheor und healthfnlness of
homo-lifelh an tiny other material feature or decoration of home
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NATURES FERTILIZER |
• ■    ^ ♦-»-	
To \i,et the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground-
iMGGaiium&coi
s
I:
I   The Hardware Men   |
|   At The Smile Store   |i
si,,|,i,,,l in aim-'uiitoR
Bum with Dr,.Simons i -5
t'roni.    Hot ly.    Unu \'$
,„    .   ,    ... ^^"nninnB;1'.,,1!'',?!-: \ %immmmm»mmw>fmmmmm^-
trosi   A siifo 1111,1 i,iciisni«syrii|,- "lie. Drnaglsts, I
^r>r^r>r^^V^r>r^»^^r^^r^^WV^^r^^r^^^r^Ar^
C. R. WARD. Manager
C. J. LITTLE, Secretary.
The Oranbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE !>80 F, o.  BOX  10
Cranbrook, -        - B. C.
^r^»^»^ArVV^r^^rV^VW*\^^\rWV»l^VWVW^^
Fruit  Ranch  for   Sale
IB5J acres uf bench Intnl. within tlie thl'00 mile mdiiiH ot
mul overlooking tho <-ity ot Oranbrook, togotlter with new
fniiiti' house ami Ktiihle, im'. Ice bouse nnd tee,, complete kit.
nt enrpentor'a and IdaekRinithH' tools, Including forge, cart
and hnrnoBB, hor.se harness and top buggy, ete., otc, is offered for flnlo hy the owner at a bargain.
This 1,'imi is tt sandy loam, does not need irrigating, al
though water can bo put on it 2 different ways, and is at
leaHt ten degrees warmer than bottom land ; will make ideal
Bub-divisions.
Household   Furniture   for  Sale
Consist'tig in part of New Scuto Williams I'iano. mahogany
frame, Ionic pattern, ($650.00,) carvod inusti; cabinet, ttolhl
oak Ulnlllg chairs (leather seated,) iron and hraan beds,
dreHscrs nnd commodes, "Souvenir" rango, upright heating
stove, parlor and bedroom squares and rugs, refrigerator,
oil paintings, library, otc., etc.
Auction cale of 5 Acres
FRUIT TRACTS
Look out for my Mammoth Auotion Hale of 100
livo aore fruit tracts September 14 and lfi next
Phone No.
h2°on6e b°- D. B. DuImage
P. 0. Box
315
Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
P. O. llox 3.
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Ham and Bacon!
  ::
Our smoked meals are always fresh stuck.    We '.',
lift sure that if you try thorn onoo you will agree '.',
with us thai they am the boat  flavored  and   most ',',
wholmome smnkod  moats you have over onion. ', \
P. Woods & Co J
PHONE 57
P. 0. BOX 164
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PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD* ROBERTS
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Tonna cult tic firrnnged on titty t,f tlie above lots.
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CIONTIUCITS 86UOITBD,
HOUSES
l'*,,r    ShIc or Hunt ut. Iti-tiii,,nnl,tff
Prices.
(IfficeiS; Workshop—Lewis St.
"llone Wo. 98.
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
DAY PHONE   No, 0
NWHT PHONE No. 286
R. H. DWYER,
F'imoral   Director   mill   Em
balmer,  in charge,

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