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VOLUME 16
ORANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, iATURDAY, MAT 14, 1810
NUMBER 30
THE KING
FROGLfllMED
Imposing Ceremony Carried Out.
"GOD SAVE THE KING"
King George V Makes Short Speech
to Assembled Councilors After
Signing the Proclamation.
London, May 2.-George V., with
all the ancient open air ceremony,
was today proclaimed king and emperor. Seven thousand troops and
thousands of police lined the route
from Ht. James palace, where the
proclamation was llrst read to the
royal oxohange. As "Big Hen"
struck nine a fanfare of trumpets
sounded and a greater kang ad van
ceil ln from the red draped balcony
ot St. James' palace, and in a loud
voice read the proclamation ending
by calling "God Have the King,"
and the enormous crowd gathered
Bent up the shout: "Clod Save thc
King," and a great echoing shout
ran along thc Pall Mall. Men bared their heads, and' flags were run
from halfmast to the head of the flag
poles. At the Temple bar the lord
mayor and members of thc city corporation assembled to challenge the
heraldic party, and preserve the ancient right to tbe city.
The lord mayor, the aldermen and
the sheriff approached thc spot Irom
the east, while the sovereign, preceded by trumpeters in tbeir gorgeous
-costumes of scarlet and gold, and
escorted by a squadron of lifeguards,
made his way thither from the west.
'The spot where the two imposing
processions met was the site A the
Temple bar, long since debt-roved,
from the time eaten walls ot which,
in years gone by, grinned the pallid
heads of distinguished traitors to
tbeir king and country. Today it
has been replaced hy a peculiarly
hideous and hybrid monster, known
.as the Grltln, which, standing rampart in the middle ol the street,
spreads his bronze wings to the
heavens, and resembles nothing in
heaven or earth, or anywhere else.
Still this uncouth object ls unitarian, if he is not beautiful, because
on each Hide of him there is
sufflcent space to accommodate the
traffic. Arrived at the western end
•of this monster the herald stepped
forth and read tbe official proclamation, setting forth thc various titles
of the king, while the city fathers
listened with attention to tbe recital
PLANS FOR FUNERAL
Tentative plans provide for the
funeral on May 20, and Buckingham
palace will be the scene of the first
part ot the ceremonial, tbc lying in
state. Subsequently the body will
be removed to Westminster hall,where
tlie general body of subjects will be
afforded opportunity to pay a last
tribute of respect to their late monarch's memory.
MEETING OF PRIVY COUNCIL
London, May 9.—At 4 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon, King George V.
held the first audience of his reign
when be attended the meeting of the
privy council, in order that the various councilors composing that body
might take their oaths of allegiance.
With the very .inutility of ceremony
that was possible, King George made
his way from Marlborough house to
St. James' palace, nttended by only
two royal equerries. He wore the
uniform of n Dritish admiral, while
the various councilors were attlied
In levee dress, and wore the rlbbonH
•of the orders to which they belonged,
ithe whole making a very brilliant,
and impressive spectacle. After
King George had signed the proclamation, and confirmed the various
•oflicialB in their various appointments be made a short speech to the
Assembled councilors.
THE KING'S SPEECH
■Wltlh   a     voice   filled     with   suppressed emotion    the king addressed
the council:
"My heart is too full for me to
addreas you today in more than a
few words. It ia my sorrowful duty
to announce to you the death of my
dearly beloved father, the King. In
this irreparable loss, which baa so
suddenly fallen upon me and the
whole empire, I am comforted by the
feeling tbat I have the sympathy of
my future subjects, who wlll mourn
with me for the beloved king. I have
lost not only a father's love, hut
the affectionate and Intimate relations of a dear friend and advisor.
No less confident am I in the universal and loving sympathy which Is
assured to my dearest mother In her
overwhelming grief. Standing hero
little mote thnn nine years ago, our
beloved king declared that so long
as there was a breath in his body
he would work for tho good and
amelioration of his subjects. T am
•lire that the opinion of    the whole
nation will be tbat tbis declaration
has been fully carried out.
"To endeavor to follow his footsteps and at the same time to uphold the constitutional government
of these realms will be thc earnest
object of my life. I am deeply sensible of the heavy responsibilities
which have fallen upon me.
"I know that I can rely upon thc
parliament and on the people of these
islands and my dominion beyond the
sea tor their help In the discharge of
the arduous duties, and their pray
em that God will grant mc strength
aud guidance.
"I am oncouraged hy the knowl
edge that f have in my dear wife one
who will be a constant helpmate In
every ondeavor for the people's good.
COUNCILORS   TAKE OATHS
At the conclusion of his speech the
king took oath at the hand ot the
Lord chancellor, and received the
seals of his office which he returned
to Lord Lareborn. All present then
kissed the hand of the king, flrut
the ministers, and afterwards the
councilors, upon receiving their reappointments.
This concluded the meeting and thc
king returned to Marlborough house.
MOST SPLENDID IN HISTORY
Many difficult points ot precedence
must be solved by those ln charge of
the funeral cortege, and the presence
of European rulers will require most
delicate management to prevent any
slights. It was announced this
afternoon that King George awl
Queen Mary would greet King Haakon and Queen Maud of Norway on
their arrival this evening, taking
them to Buckingham palace.
Tho funeral procession of King Edward will, according to plans made
public today, be one of the most
impressive pageants in modern history, outdoing in splendor that of
Queen Victoria. Fifty thousand
troops will line up, shoulder to
shoulder, with arms reversed. The
actual military escort of the body
will consist of 2,500 picked men selected from forty regiments and
ships.
IS   LORD    CHAMBERLAIN
Lord Carrington who baa frequent
ly been mentioned as tbe probable
successor to Earl Grey, has been
appointed by the new king as lord
great chamberlain.
Thc Earl of Meath suggests the
abandonment or postponment to
the autumn of Empire day celebrations.
Speaking at Liverpool, on Satur
day Hon. Sydney Fisher satd that
the news of the death of the king
would be received with tbe deepest
sorrow from one end to the other of
Canada, the dominion in which his
late majesty had always shown such
deep interest and concern.
EMPEROR LEAVES   TOMORROW
Rerlln. May 9.—Emperor William
will leave for England tomorrow to
attend the funeral of his uncle. The
orders issued today were that the
royal yacht Hohenzollern, now at
Kiel, had to be ready to sail Tuesday.
QUEEN MOTHER   18 WELL.
London, May 9.—The official announcement was made this afternoon
from Buckingham palace that Queen
Alexandra is in good health and absolutely there is no basis for the rumors that she was seriously ill.
CAUSE OF DEATH.
London, May 9.—The Lancet says
that in view of tbe prevalence of incorrect surmises based upon the presence at the king'B bedside of a well
known laryngologist it is right to
say that the cause of death was cardiac failure tollowing upon bronchitis
The last hours of the king were absolutely peaceful and painless.
EMERGENT MEETING
ft SUNDAY
FATALITY
A Little Child the Victim.
HUGH JOHN MCKINSTRY
Two-Year Old Infant Son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. C. McKinstry Drowned
in St. Joseph Creek.
CratibrcoK Masons Pass Resolution
of Condolence.
An emergent meeting of Cranbrook
Lodge, A. F. & A. M., was held tn
the masonic temple Sunday afternoon
The business under discussion was
the death of King Edward VII. Short
addresses were made by Brothers Attridge, Hoskins, Armstrong, Deane,
McNabb, Wilson, ShanMand, Barn-
field and Allison.
Tbe following resolution was passed aud brothers Attridge and Wilson
were appointed a committee to forward the same to Earl Grey, Governor-General of Canada:
Cranbrook, May 6th, 1910.
To Earl Grey,
Governor-General of Canada,
Ottawa, Ont.
Please convey to    members of   the
Royal family, our   profound sorrow,
and deepest sympathy in tbe loss   of
our beloved King, and   Protector of
thc Craft.
Signed     on behalf   of     Cranbrook
.odge No. 34 A. F. & A. M.
W. F. Attridge, W. M.
W. H. Wilson. I. P. M.
On May llth, the    following reply
was received:
Ottawa, May 10th.
W. F. Attridge-WilBon
Cranbrook, B. C.
Your telegram of May 9th, am
Commanded by the Governor-General
to thank you for your message of
sympathy which his excellence bas
forwarded to the Secretary of State,
for the Colonies, for submission to
thc King.
Laneshorough,
Gov. Gen. Secretary
It is the sad duty of The Prospector to chronicle thc death, by drowning, of Hugh John, thc two year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. 0, McKinstry.
The little boy went out In the back
yard while his parents were at supper, which was about ti:30 p. m.
Hardly live minutes bad elapsed before the child was missed, and his
father commenced to search for him.
First he went to tlie creek which
(lows back of his residence, looking
carefully for the boy, on the land in
the vicinity of the creek and tn the
water, not seeing any indication ol
the little lad, he started back towards the residence of a neighbor,
wbere the boy was in the habit ot
going. Not finding him, a number
of neighbors joined in the search,
finding no clue to thc missing child.
At 11 p. ni.. a general alarm waa
rung in from the tire hall, and scores
hastened to the scene. Hardware
stores were called upon for lanterns,
and in less - than half an hour, at
least five hundred men were engaged
In the search. Riders on horseback
patrolled the outskirts, and footmen
searched residences, yards and streets
within a mile of the boy's home
without finding any trace of him. At
about one o'clock the search was
suspended awaiting daylight, though
a number continued in the work during the entire night. Just a few
minutes before the sounding of the
alarm for renewing the search, a
number who were still searching the
waters of the creek, were gathered
in consultation ln the rear of Mr.
McKinstry '6 residence. The party
consited of Vic Rollins, W. H. Brown
S. H. Hoskins and E. Elwell, were
discussing the best manner of continuing the search. While the discussion was going on, Mr. Brown
noticed something under a heap of
wood what he thought was the foot
of a child, and called to his associates that he thought that he had
found the missing child. An effectual attempt to dislodge the body by
means of poles was made, then Mr.
Hoskins jumped into the creek followed by Mr. Elwell, but tbe deepness and swiftness of the water was
such as to carry Mr. Hosklns off
his feet, but Mr. Elwell succeeded
in reaching the body which was faBt
in the brush and debris at this
point, after considerable effort the
body was detached and placed on the
hank of the creek, then conveyed to
the stricken, and heart broken parents. Much credit must be given to
these gentlemen who remained searching during the entile night.
It Is needless to say that the
heartfelt sympathy, of the entire
community goes out . to the grief
stricken parenes.
The funeral of the little child was
held from the undertaking parlors of
W. R. Beatty, on Tuesday afternoon,
thence conveyed to the Presbyterian
church, Rev. C. W. King officiated,
in the absence of the PaBtor.
The deceased, Hugh John, was the
youngest of five children.
FRUIT GROWERS MEET
A Hat of wholesale and retail distributors of our fruit ls being prepared for distribution In the next
few weeks.
Crop reports of the province and
of our competitors, especially Oregon, Washington and Ontario, will
be distributed monthly, or oftener, If
deemed advisable. The association Is
issuing a liHt of shippers and shipping associations of the province for
distribution among the wholesalers.
It you are not included, kindly write
stating amount of fruit available.
The board of hortlticulture has
kindly consented to give tbe association the use of the weekly reports of
Market Commissioner J. 0, Metcalfe,
and these will be sent by wire or letter to affiliated associations and individual members.
A monthly crop and market report
of the world's fruit will be published.
Any Fruit Growers' association ln
the province may affiliate on payment of a small fee, and thus secure
the benefits mentioned above. If your
district has no local association, and
needs one, the officers of the association will be glad to help you start
one on the beat basis for success.
An annual conference will he held
next year at Victoria, to whom all
members are welcome. Tbis conference will be of great value to all
fruit growers.
Any one Interested In fruit growing
can secure the above advantages by
sending one dollar to the secretary.
Because of the purpose and aim of
this association, it is the privilege
and duty of every fruit grower to associate himself with it, and do his
part in making It a success. The
advantages ot membership outweigh
Immensely the cost of same. Every
fruit grower should use his influence
to make the association a valuable
one.
R.  M.  Palmer, President.Kamloops
R. H. Wlnslow, Secretary-Treasurer, Department of Agriculture, Victoria.
fl DARING
ROBBERY
MEETING OP OITT COUNCIL
Reorganize the Provinoial Fruit
Growers Association.
The re-organization of the Provincial Fruit Growers' association, during the conference of representative
fruit growers recently held In Kamloops, will result in benefit to fruit
growers of the Province, lt is essential to the success of the industry
that there should be some common
ground on which fruit growers can
meet each other and work out the
great problems involved in producing a uniformly higb grade of fruit,
properly packed and distributed by
efficient transportation facilities to
the best markets. Tbis association
is intended to bring fruit growers together on such a common basis, for
mutual aid and assistance along the
lines involved ln better marketing of
our fruit., It is thus really an educational force, but it is to be valuable also In securing supplies at lowest prices (send [or price, lists to thc
secretary) and In bringing tbo greatest force to hear in transportation
problems,
The work ot the association for
the present season   wlll be along tho
following lines:
.   „   „ . _  «, _ ,   A price list of supplies wlll be sent
AC. Bowness and F\ Kummer are ' to „*„„,„,.„,   T,,|„ £„ „, ,,„,,, tl) „,.
11 Vancouver »» representatives from.c„re good supplies    at    the    lowest
the K. of P. lodge ot this elty. (prices.
Draft Message of Condolenoe Ther
Adjourn.
An adjourned meeting of the City
Council was held ln the Council
Chamber on Monday night. There
were present, Mayor Fink, and Aldermen Hunt, Johnson, Patmore,
Campbell and Green.
On opening the Council, Mayor
Finh stated that it would be a mark
of respect to tbe late King it the
Council adjourned to a later day.
On motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Campbell the following message of
condolence was telegraphed to the
Governor-General of Canada.
On behalf o the citizens of Cranbrook, ln the Province of British
Columbia, we the City Council , in
regular session assembled, desire to
express our profound and heartfelt
sympathy to his Majesty King
George V; Her Royal Highness, the
Dowager Queen, and all tbe Royal
family in their bereavement, which
has fallen upon them, and upon the
whole British Empire, in the untimely loss of our beloved Lord, King
Edward the Seventh. And we desire
to convey to his Majesty King
George the Fifth, the same devotion
and affection that we bo lovingly
and gladly gave to his illustrious
and revered predecessor.
And, be it resolved, that a copy of
this message be telegraphed to his
excellence the Governor-General, tor
transmission by him to His Majesty
and their Royal Highnessese.
On motion of Aldermen Campbell
and Patmore, the Council adjourned
until Wednesday May llth at 8 p. m.
The following telegram was received from tbe Governor-General on
Wednesday by Mayor Fink.
Ottawa, Ont., May 10th. 1910.
J. P. Fink,
Mayor, Cranbrook, B. C.
Your telegram of May Oth, am
commanded by tbe Governor-General,
to thank you for your message of
sympathy which his excellency has
fordwarded to the Secretary of State
for the colonies for submission to
the King and Queen Alexandra.
Lanesborough
Gov. Gen. Sect'y
Six Thugs Beat up Samuel Nelson.
GtT TWELVE DOLLARS
Two of the Gang Under Arrest-Diligent Search Is Being Made
for the Other four.
FOOTBALL
A hot game of football took place
ii Saturday last on the baseball
ground. It was between Moyle and
Cranbrook teams.
As Boon as tbe necessary arange-
ments had been completed, the
whistle sounded and the game was
The home team passed, and
with rush the pigskin traveled Into
Moyie graund, and after several trys
and brilliant playing, the half-hacks
doing the fighting, raid after raid
made on Moyle's goal line, Cranbrook scored within a few minutes
of half time.
In the second half, rapid play by
Miller, a crosB to Wallace, and Henderson got the hall and scored.
Moyie then started with a rush,
carrying the hall Into Cranbrook's
quarters, came near scoring, but had
hard luck, Cranbrook securing the
ball carrying It with a rush to
Moyle's goal line, and after a few
minutes of excellent playing, Lumsden kicked goal, in a short time the
whistle sounded and the game was
over. The score, Cranbrook 3, Moyle 0.
Cranbrook and Coal Creek will
play tonight.
The Otis Staples Lumber Co., at
Wycllflo, nre erecting a number of
cottages for their workmen. Baker
& Bamfield of this city have thc contract, and B. H. Short the painting.
On Tuesday last Samuel Nelson,
teamster for N. Hanson of Wasa,was
coming to the city and just on this
side of Fort Steele, met six men who
were walking, they asked for a ride
and ho took them In and proceeded
on his way, when within three miles
of the city they demanded tbe reins
and upon Nelson refusing a struggle
ensued and they threw bim out of
the rig. He still retained the reins
and attempted to get back in the
wagon when one of them kicked him
on the jaw and Into insensibility and
then went through his pockets securing twelve dollars. They then left
the unfortunate man and proceeded
to the city.
When Nelson came to, be, with
great difficulty managed to climb
back Into the rig and drove straight
to the St. Eugene hospital. Medial aid was called and upon examination it was found that tbe lower
jaw was broken in two places and
the upper jaw badly injured. Constable Morris heard ot the case and
on information being laid, proceeded
with the help ot the city police to
round up the men.
City Constable McLean challenged
one ot the suspected parties and he
tried to make his escape but was
speedily captured and gave the name
of Alex McKay. A short time afterwards another who gave the name ot
William Sweeny was in the tolls.
Constable Morris took them over to
the hospital and confronted them
with the injured man who positively
identified them as belonging to the
party.
The acciiBsed were brought up be
foe Judge Ryan on a charge of rob
hery with violence, which if proven
against them entails imprisonment
for life and a laahing. Tbe men
claimed to be citizens of the United
States and had ' come over here to
look for work. They were remanded
for eight days and every means possible is being used to locate the
other four.
tre of the finest fruit growing districts In British Columbia, possessing also magnificent scenery and an
equable climate.
"Employees are offered land in
small or large lots on the easiest
terms of purchase, with lumber aud
all necessary supplies to build
houses tor themselves, the time for
payment for which can be arranged
to suit the purchaser, or if they
choose they can bold the land under
perpetual iease at a small rental.
PRACTICALLY INDEPENDENT
"Tills Idea is an improvement ou
Joseph Chamberlain's celebrated pro
poaai of three acres and a cow, because one.acre of land properly cared
for in Ilritish Columbia will yield
produce valued from 11,000 to 12,000
per annum. Any man around Kootenay Lake owning his own house and
land, a cow, a few pigs and chickens can raise in his spare time
enough produce to keep bis family,
until such times as a small orchard
of fruit trees come into bearing,
when he would have a permanent income and be practically Independent;
not only that, but an industrious
workman can earn enough at tbe
Proctor mills in six months to keep
bis family tbe whole year."
It Is Mr. Watts' amhltiou to build
up permanent Industries and to attract a superior class ot employees
who will tako a real interest In the
business and help to make a success
of the same, and thus form a happy
and contented community in the
beautiful valleys of tbe highlands of
British Columbia.
JIMMY FAX COMING
PROFIT SHARING; FRUIT LANDS
The Prinoe of Humorists at the
•   Opera House Ma; 23
"ComicB may come and comics may
go, but Jimmy Fax goes on forever."
This Ib indeed a true paraphrase ot
Tennyson's well known poem tor once
again we are to listen to Jimmy and
bis excellent company. They appear
here on Monday, May 23 and the tremendous success with which he wu
received here last year will need
little recalling. Jimmie Fax's name
has always stood for the very best in
comedy and he is a general lavorlte
from coast to coast. HIb humor ia
at all times of tbe very best variety
nothing that he ever did could offend
for his aim throughout his entire career has been to give pleasure to all
classes and never has he descended
to anything in the least suggestive
to produce a laugh, something which
very few humorists can claim. His
company this season Includes some
excellent talent. Mr. Hartwell De
Mille. the celebrated young baritone,
who has sung throughout eastern
Canada with great success. Miss
Florence Galbraith, whose appearance with him last season will recall
most pleasant remembrances, and
Miss Ida George Elliott, a well
known American soprano. Miss Elliot comes from Detroit, Mich., where
she held a prominent position aa
soloist in the Woodward avenue
Methodist church and ls Indeed a
great artist. And lastly but not
least, the winsome little girl wbo so
delightfully played the piano last
season, Miss Quigley. This completes
one of the strongest attractions that
has ever visited western Canada, and
no doubt a large and representative
audience will turn out to hear the
comicalities of "Jimmie" Fax on
Monday, May 23.
A PLEA FOR THOSE IN STORES
Editor Prospector,     Dear Sir:—
For the third year in succession, I
beg to ask you to kindly open your
columns to aid the movement of an
Early Closing Day for tbe stores ot
our city, once a week. The hot daya
will soon be upon us, and surely
those who serve us so well In the
business houses of Cranbrook are
entitled to more freedom and fresh
air than they have been getting for
some time past? The employers
needs this holiday quite as much il
not more than his employees, and
lt would certainly be a benefit to
the community to have such an arrangement made.
The question of losing a little
business should not enter into the
matter at all, as it is too large a
benefit involved to be restricted by
any sordid selfishness. As soon as
the public know the time and day of
early closing they will heartily enter into the change. Even suppose
it could be proved that less trade
was done—which is very doubtful—
because ot an early closing day, the
results upon those concerned would
more than counterbalance the loss.
We are too anxious, perhaps, In this
competitive age to be on tbe constant rush, and we are paying a
very high price for it. In this beautiful part of British Columbia in
which we live, we should all try and
get out more and enjoy the summer
while we may. Surely It Is quite
possible to make such arrangements
that would protect perishable goods,
so that no serious Iobb would be
likely to occur? Tbe best argument
for tlie practicability of such a boll
day i" seen In the fact that it Is
adopted elsewhere with good results
to all. I most sincerely trust
tbat the merchants themselves may
he lead to inaugurate something
along tills line, nnd that the general
public will do all they ran to assist,
ln mnking the movement a success.
Those who are in business will liest.
Plan to be Put in Operation by the
Wattsburg Lumber Co.
The Wattsburg Lumber company
operating a sawmill at Proctor, are
offering unusual Inducements to their
employees In order to establish a
sound feeling of mutual interest, Tbe
president of the company A. E. Watts
has formulated a plan by which each
man in their employ will have an
opportunity to share In the earnings
of the company, in addition to his
wages. This arrangement, he states
Is formulated with a view to give
each employee a direct interest in
making the company's undertaking
successful.
PROFIT    SHARING
Mr. Watts proposes to set aside
each year a percentage of the net
earnings of the company, which percentage will be determined upon a
sliding scale in ratio to the amount
of such earnings, the ratios being as
follows:
Up to 110,000 10 per cent.; and
under (20,000, 15 per cent.; over
120,000 and under 130,000 20 per cent;
over (30,000 and under 180,000, 20
per cent.
The amount thus set aside will be
divided among the men In proportion
to the scale of wages earned by them
"It will ot course be necessary"
Mr. Watts explained, "tor each man
who wishes to share in this profit
dltribution to signify in writing such
desire to the company, a stipulation
being made that no employee who
has not been in the employ of the
company for six months prior to the
time ot dividend can share therein.
Later on when the business has been
established a sufficient length of time
the ratio of distributing tbe dividend
may be altered bo as to afford special inducements to men who remain
in the employ of the company permanently.
If any of the men desire to acquire a direct interest in the business, they will lie given an opportunity to purchase tbc ordinary stock
of the company and thus share In
its total earnings. I
LAND   ALLOTMENTS understand   the     reasonableness     of
A tiirthor inducement Is offered by
the company to attract industrious
men and their    families to    make a
permanent home at or near Proctor, |   0We, Conotabla Samson ot   Fernl.
which place ia well known as the cen- |w88 ln tnt cltv Thursday.
understnnd   the     reasonableness
this suggestion.     I am, Dear Sir,
Yours faithfully,
ROBERT HWIIiKfl. ©l)e Uwwpeitov.
B8TABUSHED   1895
A. B. GRACE,
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The matter ol greatest Interest to
the empire today concerns the new
King Georgs V.
He may be taciturn, he    may    be
caretnl in expressing lus opinions, ltd
may have few [rien.ls antl com
panlons, but he im a man who mas
ten* lus subjects, knows a great
many things dnwn to itit- ground and
will bring to his task h well-trained
intellect, a well stored mind aad a
great fund Ol common sense Mid
on top of this, he will have what
ten proves to be the case, thut a mail
ot common sense when rAponsibll
tiM come to hnu is always equal to
them and possessed ol a judgment
that rarely goes wrong
The new King is an .mt mitl out
Knglishman, ha,s no favorites, has no
prejudices, or if he has* does nol care
to show them ami therefore will be
every inch a K'ing ami devoted to
the business he has tn hand. He
will regard his duty mainly as that
nf upholding the traditions of king
ship handed down by his lacbei I
grandmother. In all probability be
will be a most successful monarch
and will be ready at all times '-■
assist in bending au.l changing tbe
the constitution where It has '.<
bend and change in order to carry
out the wishes of the people it is
a rule in England today, and • -
the duty of parliament, whether of
commons or Lords, and ol the King
to realize the well expressed and tefi
nite views of the people in regard to
government; and King George, we
confidently believe, wilt not antagonize the will of the people In anyway.
People in Canada can judge the
King by two things that are well
known to all Canadians; bis speech
at the university here in Toronto,
and hui still more statesmanlike
speech in the Guildhall in London
on his return from his trip around ,
the world, where he told England
that she must "wake up In regard
to her future, and in regard to her I
imperial resposlblUtles." We now
read in the papers that this latter
speech was written (or the prince by
eminent journalist. This is probably a myth; hut grant that it so.
a prince who has the ability to pick
out a man capable of writing such
a Bpeecn when he sees it and to
hand it out aa his own is a man
quite competent to rule England,
and to he able to pick out twenty
men to work for him when he wants
something done and to properly boss
the Job as well. As to her Majesty
the Queen, she is the ablest states
man in tim royal house today.
FAREWELL   TO   CANADA
At the conclusion of the prorogation ceremonies In the senate at ot
tawa, parliament's address of fire
well to the Governor-General was
read in English by Speaker Kerr of
thc senate, and in French by Speak
er Marcll of the commons.
Earl Grey, in reply, referred to hit-
wide acquaintance with the Dominion and its people, and expressed
his deep appreciation of the references to Countess Grey and their
daughters, Lady Sybil and Lady
Evelyn Grey.      Earl Grey concluded:
Gentlemen, it ia not without any
twinges of the heart that I realize
that this is the last occasion on
which I shall have the honor of
meeting you officially. Although
our official connection with you, unfortunately for us is soon to cease,
I can assure you, speaking not only
for myself, but for Lady Grey and
my daughters, that so long as we
live, neither distance nor time will
ever efface from our hearts the recol
lections of tbe many kindnesses we
have enjoyed, our deep affection for
our Canadian borne for the interest
we shall ever continue tn feel in the
future and fortune, not only of our
personal friends, but of the country
and people whom we have learned to
love so well.
Sir Edward tihackelton Is plaunlng
to coiiie to Canada aud expects to
explore waste places lu thoNorth. K
he likes a cold loh he might accom
pany Sit ft llfi Id Lauriei oil hi I i lell
t,, British i 'olumbla, and search f..i
(he remains o\ the Liberal party.
ami should be corrected
Mi >■ na tablets have cured thou
saiuls ol cases of indigestion and
Stomach trouble. It you have any
stomach distress, Mi o na will relieve
I instantly.
lint Mi o au Unllkfl mont so called
ndicated [dyspepsia remedies, dooa more than
relieve; it permanently cures dyspep
sta oi any other stomaih trouble ly
putting energy uud strength hit > the
walls  of  the stomach   where  the  gas
trie Juices are produced
A large box of Mi <> na tablets iosts
but ."iH cents .it Meat tie -Murphy, Ltd ,
and arc guaranteed to cure or money
back When others fail, Mi o na
fines U is ,\ producer ot tlesh when
tbc body is thin; it cleanses the
stomach and bowels; purines the
blood and makes rich red blood
HOLD and guaranteed by Beat tie
Murphy Co   Ltd
Provincial policemen In the uorth
ern pari ol Brltisn Columhln have
had theii alai ■ ral ed $10 per
month Whal - the matter with
m,. Koote iaj hobble i thej would
surety nppreciate ami welcome n
raise ol 110 pec month.
o
Thei i Is no doubl   thai   Mt    Field
lng ha I o, n tio advantage ol many
. ;;■ n tie *"i gaining wealth
that wait outside the ilool ol n rain
isi.-t , I rlnaiu e "ind gl i ini nn lion
est     llnauce (120,001
.   •     a\  to ket p imu hone l
Keren!  ad\ ices     Ii om all parts    ol
i dlstrlcl are to    tbe
, :>,, ■    hat a pi    pi leason    In
minim     lumbei n      md fruit   nosing
Robinson .v MoKensle, ol Pran
brook, have taken contraota [ot the
supplying ol logs for the Bovereigu
Lumbei Co , ol H ft von a, tor both the
Bavona and the Vnnli Mills camps
will be oponed on the Hthuewap Lake
inuu i controlled by the flnu and n
large number ol men employed A
donkey engine has been purchased at
the  roast,   bul   tlie camp   supplied  are
ui! being procured from Kamloops
merchants it is the intent Ion oi
the '"in to ereiM u saw mill at eome
polnl on the South Thompson when
n  suitable site can be procured
W.  R.   BEATTY
Undertaker,
KmliulititT,
Funeral Uii tor,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
F. E. Corrison
Band Master City Band.
Teacher of String And Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.   Orchestra furnished
Plione 25j.
CRANBROOK. B.C.
No. :i4, A. Y. A. M.
Ui-gular meetings on
the third Thursday
of evur.v month.
Visiting brethren
welcomed.
ATTRIDGB, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
iHu....«h.W.tu,.imn„.,.ni.V.iW.V^M
Rocky Mountain Chapter
No   126,   It.
A. M.
:   2nd '
Regular mcetlni
day   In   each   month   at eight
o'clock.
Sojourning Companlone  are
cordially Invited,
WMMM
It   SHOUT, Bcrlbe V
ORANBKOOK) H. 0.
ent
It  i-     evident    that     the McBride
governmenl   will  not   he blighted    bj
■ hi   i .   ■ lei     (ri ti     which will    ere
■ -   i [me this summer.
Karl    Clrey    is   to make   another
ti '.■:'   wesl  t his summei   hi fore
■ - ■ res  irom    bis official     duties
11-   h welcot ■■■:     in tbe  Koote
nays
be 8  reduction   of In
■ ites     in Cranbrook,   owing |
■
ment
II \KYl'V   McCARTER,
wi.   MACDONALD,
Barristers and Solicitors,
CRANBROOK, B.O.
VV,  F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor, etc.
m   iraDDrooK,     .'Willi; V1M-, 1, 11 '
fir,   lepart    I KAJN tttvUUrV,
B. 0.
The was n ol hi*1 Kill be h season
■   . ■ nienl and pros
lientt;.  In the Craubrook district.
Dun
.   Br;
ig the
Ish C
pasl  tw,
ilumbla
,l,i liars.
years l\w debt
was reduced by
G. II   THOMPSON.
Barrister, Solictor, and
Notary Public
Office   Reid Buildings,
R. L. Borden will leave the Western political field to Sir Wilfrid
l.aurier this summer. In British
Columbia. Mr. Uorden has a regulation fence, one that Sir Wilfrid will
find it hardi to hreak through. Under
the McBride administration, he will
lind a government of the people, by
the people, who are a unit in favor
ol a "White B. C" Sir Wilfrid will |
find that his government is "Noi
Persona Gratis" especially on tbi
oriental  question.
ree Hug ol nn,' poultry is be-
a profitable     Industry in the
Cr nbrook  district.
The man who stays with Craribroofc
will b   strictly In it.
METHODIST   CHI'ltCH.
May 15th. The morning service at
11 will he conducted by Mr. .1. Low
er. Sunday school and Bible classes at  three.
Leai ue prayer service in the Inner
vestrj nt T. Evening service at
7:111 conducted by Mr. J. F. Brough-
ton. A very cordial invitation is
exten, -d t,, all who attend no other
church to come to these services.
Tile, day. league meeting at 8 under tl e auspices of the Literary De-
partll .'lit. "The Bible and the Love
of \'i lure." by Mr. Halftone. Offering.
Thursday,     Prayer service at 8.
Friday,     Choir practice at 8.
Las Sunday Ilie Methosist church
pulpll was draped ill black in respect for the dead King. Special
reference was made to this national
ilisns •!■ by the Pastor, and the Dead
March in Saul was played hy thc
organ'st at the close of the service.
Aft. r the evening service, when
Moth r's Dny was the subject of the
discourse, the National Anthem was
heartily sung by thc congregation.
The Lev. li. Hughes and Ilr. Connolly ar" attending the Annual Conference :it Nelson  this week.
CRANBROOK,
B, C.
McVITTIE & PARKER
P.L.S. & CE.
CRANBROOK,
B. C
J. T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C. Land Surveyor,
I'.O   Box ». Phone 223.
CRANBROOK,
B. C.
J. W. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V.. VS..
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto ln 1898. Gradate and medalist of McKilUp
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member of
British Columbia association.
ALL CALLS NIGHT . OAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
MI0NA
Relieves Stomach Mistry Almost
Immediately-
If tlie food you ate at your last
meal did not digest, but laid for a
long time like lead on yum stomach
then you have indigestion and quick
action should he taken.
Of course there are many other
symplons of indigestion, such as
belching up of pour food, heartburn,
dizziness, shortness of breath and
foul breath, and if you have any of
them your stomach is out   of    order
There is a disposition on the part
of some Grits to take it for granted,
that it will be easy for Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, when he visits British Co
lumbia, to win bark to the fold
many Orita who support the McBride
government) also to create dlssen
slon in the Conservative ranks. It
will not do to count on the above
an the people of this province will
not listen to the Idle vaporlngs of a
political 1)088, even if he is the pre
mier of Canada.
The mayor and aldermen, in con
junction with Uie clergy and the ha
ternal societies will arrange for n
memorial service on the ilay ol King
Edward's funeral, May 20, The
hour of the commencement. ol the
service to coincide with tho hour at
which th* aervires will begin in Kng
land Although the arrangement n
have not yet beon definitely conclu
ded,   it la   eipected that everything
will   be  satisfactorily  settled
Read the announcements nf your
merchants m tliia issue. Many a
dollar has been saved by a careful
perusal of a merchant's "Ad" When
tt huslnettti   man advertiser for    your
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* Cranbrook
Livery
We ask you to cnll and try
our new Consignment of new
ond Up-to-date rigs for
Winter .and   Summer,    Just
received Toppir und Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
(live them a trial n,nd he
convinced.
I'lll.
('til III)
nk. H 0.
1 *
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OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY'S   LIVERY  BARN
CRANBROOK, B. C.
Dr. E. W. Connolly;;
Physician anu Surgeon
Oflice; Armstrong Ave
BOUKS
'J to II a.m.   a to 4 p.m      to 8p.ni
Phone Office   105.
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B.C. LIVERY FEED
&   SALE   STABLE
Both
■iinjr'u?
and
Dolilo
Drive
•s,   I'm
nil
|inrls
or iin
i (list
lot.
(lnnil
Smlill
'   Hol'HOH.
< lootl
Turnouts.
I'pt
ii ilnlii
Rips.
Opposite Wnvnl Motel Phone oi
Dncisl  61 lien (in. Proprietors J [
J.!. Deacon. Mummer       ''
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ANCIENT ORDER,!FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 1948
Meets In Cannes'! Hall 2nd *mt Uh
Thursday ol each month at I p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chief   Raw
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREA8LES
Meet nvery Friday at H p.in
Visiting  Brotners Cordially   Invited
W. R. Johnson, acting president.
W. P. 11. Carter, acting Sec.
Aerie Physician,   P.   O.   Box 28.
MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODGE
Meets every second and fourth
Wedneiday at new Fraternity
Hall. Sojourlng Rebe^ahs cor-
diafly Invited.
NO. Miss L. M. Tannhauser
Hec.    Miss Mae Obapman.
Solomon Koury
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
rnalnr in Dry Ooode, dents'
Furnishings and Fancy Notions.
Call and get our prices.  We can save
yuu money.
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W.   CLINE
Ol (la' old  MHiimibii Ihui ir 1
Bbopcati now he (outul in itiu
MANITOBA HOTEL
PMfBt I'Muss Work  in
ull  branohes of the
Tonsorial   Art
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NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.O.
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
***********
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DEALER IN
All kinds of .Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
—_0—
Sage's Old  Slimd, Hanson Ave
Phons 351
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
for   Sale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
^hone No. it.
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
M3KNTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLES
AND MOTOR GO'S BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone 00     •   •   •     p. 0. BoJ 213.
THE NEW PRODUCE AND
box 891   Provision House   box 89i
PHONE  109 NEXT DOOR TO CANADIAN HOTEL PH0HE 109
Has just received a car load of Southern Manitoba
Potatoes. Anyone requiring seed potatoes will be
benefitted by securing these.
We have ulso a large stock of Bran, Shorts, Oats,
Wheat, Barley Chop, Mill Sweepings, Blue Joint
Timothy aud Prairie Hay, Canned Goods, Sugar,
Cheese, Butter uud Eggs, Rolled Oau and Com Meal,
und the best Hour milled in Western Canada, "Pride
of Ihe West."   Price und quality right.
East Kootenay Produce & Provision House
THE PALM
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
r
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
^
WENTWORTH
HOTEL g^rb™ok'
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   Wentworth
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
ii Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
J)
They last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Avmii«.
Phone 1S7. (Iranbrook, B.O.
ALSO SBQOND HAND MACHINES
KOR BAI.H CHEAP AND TO
RBNT.
PHONE
56
THE
r,.,iTVST0gS
Gold Standard
Teas.and Coffee
Our whole time is devoted to your wants  in the
• '•  Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every
article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. 1 quality.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Staple and Fancy Grocers
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1 A Few Of The Lines We Handle ORANBROOK LAND   DIOTRIOT
Diatrict  ol    Kast  Koutfimy.
i hem ■
. hu eh
Take hutue ttiat I Daniel Charles
MiUunaid ut Klngagtte,. li C . occu
patiun ttlsgrtpbttti intends to «i<
ply (ur ptrmlMioQ to purchase the
ful iu wing described lands   Comment:
lilt; at a pOlt planted at the lOUth
east corner til V. K 1074. tbence
nurth 30 chains, tbence eu( 80
chains, mure of less, to the Moyle
river, thence down the right bank ol
the river tu the point oi commence
ment.
Daniel Charles McDonald
Agent (ur John Robertson
Dated March 31, 1910. ,      16-34    j
 |    NOT.VK
^^^^^H       id
hereoi i
intend to apply CommhwI
to the Superintendent ol Provincial MStul,( ,
Police, 30 day* after the appearance ,|H, rjiatr
of thla nutice, (ur a renewal ol my Uce-uus t.
license to sell intoxicating Liquor on   troleum
District ol masi  kootenny for a1 a poet planted on the north i
license tu prospeel  foi   Coal and Pe   Sage Creek about     thrsQ IB)
trole i     the     lollowing    tie   east and two [8) milesi nortb
 ed      lands       comnwuclug      at northeast corner ol Lol  B78-J,
.„.,, utunted mi Hage Creek aboul 4598. »ll'"K the initial poet.
,,i'i ol tbe northeasl east corner, thence 80 chaius
:;\   Block   L698,    and  ■," chaius west, su chains
polnl     "i
thr en 13) mil
i,.Ml.'I     0f^l^l^mw—imw^—
being the initial post
0(1
11 1 ■
north,
northwest coi    chalne east
 ii  SO chalne menl and
k   o!
mllos
>(  thu
,    Ulock
nui Hi
i south,
.ith,    KO
nunouce
<illlllllMll',
I.IU
ere
_ |8t>   I'lUUIlS   went
i".mi  ol commencement   and i un
linn ,1' acres, more "i  le
ated this Uh ilaj ol    April, 1910
C1KURQU H UtYKY,  Locntor,
Vi J i ■ i''i:.tn'i.  Agent.
CKANHHOUK   LAND   DISTRICT
ul   Basi  Kootenaj
mi   le.
Ml   thi:
BJD1TH
5th day  ol    Apr.I,  1910,
L   LMNNiM, Locator,
James Plsher, Agent
CRANRROOK LAND   D18TR10T
District   ol   Blast  Kooteu ty
NOTICB.
Take  notice  that   I
the premises known ae the Wattsburg   bribed
Hotel, Wattsburg, B. C.
V    KBLSALL
Dated  April  12th  1910. H
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply
tu the Superintendent ol Provincial
Police, 30 daya alter the appearance
of this notice, for a renewal ol my
license to sell intoxicating lienor un
the premises knuwn as the Perry
Creek  Hotel, Perry Creek,  li.  O.
A.  BURC.K
Dated  April  12th  1910. 10-20
bereb) given Hon with
130) dav from the date
nteud to applj to the Chiet
mer ol Lands and the As
, mm initio net ol Lands lor
cl ol BaBt Kootenn) tot a
prospect foi Coal and Pe
on the lollowing
lands commencing
[out   m»
tie
NOTIOH is hereby given tbat will
in thirty (.80) duys (rom the dato
hereof, I intend tu apply to the Ohiel
Commissioner ol Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner ul Lands for
the District ut Kast Kootenay (or a
license to prospect for Coal and Pe
troleum on the tollowing de
scribed lands commencing at
a post planted about su ti») miles
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ north and ahuut une 111 mile
pi nj   planted about lout  Mi miles tbe    northwest     corner of L<
north and ten    110) chaina went    ol   Hluck 4598,     and being    the
tlie northwest   corner     ol Lot  B7S1,   pust,     northeast     corner, thence so
Hunk 4593, and being the Initial post   chains     south, HO   chaius    went,   SO
northwest      corner,   thence 80 chuins chains     nurth, so     chains    east, to
SO     chains   east.     80   cbains point of   commencement,   containing
bains     west,  to  point    ol   640 acres mure or
tt,    containing  t>40 acres
re        ess
cated 1 his 88th day  ol Mar
FRED  CRAHY.   Locator, —
18-22 James  fisher,   Agent.        ORANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol    Kast  Kootenay
CRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
Distiict   ol   Bast Kootenay
Located  tbis
11.
1910   18-22
east ol
>t  8731,
initial
less.
'9th  day  uf  March, 1910
.  SCHMIDT, Locator,
Jumes Fisher, Agent,
the Chiel
As
lot
jr a
Pe
de
at
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District o( Bast Kootenay
NOTICB is herehy given that with
in thirty (3I>) days from the dat<
hereof, I intend to apply t
Commissioner of Lands and the
sistant Commissioner ol Lands
the District of Bast Kootenay (■
license to prospect for Coal and
troleum on the following
Hcrihcd lands: commencing
a post planted about two t- \
mites north and ahout ten (10) chains
west of the northwest corner ol Lot
8731, Block 4593, and being the initial post, southwest corner, thence
80 chains north, 80 chains east, 80
chains south, 80 chains west, to the
point of commencement and contain
ing 640 acres, more or Ibbb,
Located this 2Hth day of March. 1910
O. T. MOORB, Locatoi,
18-22 Jamea Fisher,   Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   Bast Kootenay
NOTICB is hereby given that within thirty (30) daya from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and thc As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of Bast Kootenay for a
Demise to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a poat planted at ahout two (2)
miles nortb and about ten (10) chains
west of the northwest corner
of Lot 8731, Block 4593, and being
the initial post, southeast corner,
thonce 80 chains north, 80 chains
west, 80 chaina south, 80 chains east
to point of commencement and con
talning 640 acres more or leas.
Located this 28th day of March, 1910
B.   DRYSBALB,  Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
Diatrict   of   East Kootenay
NOTIOB is herehy given that with
in thirty 130) days [rom tbe date
NOTICE is hereby given that with- hereof, 1 intend to apply to the Chief
in thirty 130) days (rum the date Commissioner of Lands and tbe As-
herei i nteud to appiy to the Chief sistant Commissioner of Lands for
Comi Issioner ol Lands and tbe As , the District of Bast Kootenay Ior a
iiatact Commissioner of Lauds fori licenso to prospect for Coal and Pe-
itriet ol East Kuutenay fur aI troleum on the lollowing
ti prospect fur Cual and pe- scribed lands: commencing
i on the following de- a post planted ahout six (6) miles
lands commencing at j north and ahout one (1) mile east of
planted about (our (4) miles j the northwest corner ol Lot 8731,
Iiii chains west of i Block 4593, and beiug tbe initial post
comer of Lot 8731, northwest corner, thence 80 chains
4593, and being tbe initial I south, 80 chains east, 80 cbains nortb
ner, thence 80180 chains west, to point ol corn-
chains soutb, 80 chains west, 80
chains north, 80 chains east, to
point of commencement and containing iHO acres more or less.
.he  U i
licetn
trole
acrlbi
a  pust
north
the nortbw
Bluck        ^^^
post,    northeast
tu  point   ul cuumieniTiuenl,  and con
talning t>4u acres, more or less.
Located  this 4lh day ol    April,  1910.
OODFRWY  BOOTH,  Locator,
18 22 James Flshei, Agent.
ORANUROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol    LOust  Kootenay
NOTICE Is herehy given Uint with
in thirty (SOJ days (rum ttie date
hereol, I intend to apply to the Chiel
Commissioner Ol Lands and tlie As
sistant Commissioner ol Lautis for
the Distriel uf East Kootenay (or a
license to prospect for Coal and I'e
lloletim       uu       Hie       [OllOWlng       de
scribed      lands      commencing      at
a post   planted about      two (2)  miles
uorth  ol   the northeast corner of Lot
8731,   Block      4503,  being  the    initial
pust,   Bouthweal    corner,     thenco 80
chaius     nurth,    81,    chains     eust, 80
chalne south, SO chains west, to point
of commencement and containing 640
acres,  more or less.
Located this 1st day of April,  1910.
THOMAS W.  WALKER,  Locator,
13-22 James Fisher,   Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   ot   Bast Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereof, 1 Intend to apply tu the Chiet
Cummissiouer of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lauds for
the District of East Kooteuay [or a
license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the lollowing described lands: commencing at
a poat planted about one tl) mile
north and two (2) miles west of the
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
4593, being the initial post, northwest corner, tbence 80 chains south,
80 cbains east, SO cbains north, 80
chaina west,     to point of commence-
de-lmentj and containing 640 acres, more
at or less.
Located tbis 2nd day  of April, 1910.
H. M. FULLERTON,  Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Bust Kooteuuy.
I, John ti. Anderson, ut Dtiuglua
Town, New Hruuswlck, gentleman, Intend to upply lor permission to pur
Chftae the (OllOWlng described lands:
Oommenolng at a post plauf
NOTIOB
NOTICB la hereby given tbat 20
days after date 1 Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum over tbe following lands situate In ths district of
\'Vi\"n\'the1 Southeast Kootenay,   British Colum
northwest corner, ubout one mile
north uud 60 cbuins east ol ths
northwest corner o[ Lot 7397, theuce
south 80 chains; theuce east 80 chuins
tbence uorth KO chains; thence west
80 chums to thc polnl ol commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less,
John (t. Anderson, Locator,
V. it.  Anderson,  Agent.
Dated  Kth  March,   1910. 13-21
NOTICE
NOTICB Is herehy given tbat thirty
lays after date I inteud to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to
prospect for coal and petroleuni over
tbe     following      lands situate
in  tbe    District of Southeast Kootenay,    British Columbia, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 0 miles due East of the 40
mile post ou O. P. R, survey line,
which is the Western Boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the Southwest
corner post of William Deuner's
claim, theuce east eighty (80) chains,
thence north eighty (80) cnains,
Uience west eighty (80) chains.thence
south eighty (HO) chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 4th day of March 1910..
WILLIAM DBNNBR,    Locator,
Bathen W.   Butts, Agent.
Willium  B.  Butts,   Witness. 17-21
bla, in Lot 4598: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near three miles
due east of the 36 mile post on O.P,
It. survey line, Which is ths western
boundary ol Lot 4598, and being ths
northeast corner post of Nora Oera-
ghty's claim: thence south eighty 180)
chains, thence west eighty (10) chaina
thence north eighty (80) chains,
Uience east eigbty (80) chains to ths
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 21st   day of February
1910.
NORA   OBHAOHTY, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agsnt.
William B. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Bast Kootenay.
Take notice that James Fisher of
Kowwlund. H. 0,, occupation prospector. Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of Lot 7843, thence north 10 chains;
tbence west 110 chains; thence south
10 chains; thence east 110 chains to
the point of commencement, and
containing 120 acres more or less.
13 21 James   Fisher    Locator.
R. F. Anderson, Agsnt.
Bated March 19, 1910.
ten
Located this
M.
18-22
28th dav o( March, 1U1
*.  HALLETT, Locator,
James  Fisher,  Agent
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
Distiict   u|   East Kuotenay
NOTIOE is hereby given that with
iu thirty (30) duys from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
license to prospect Tor Coal and Pe
troleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about (our (4) miles
nurth ami ten (10) chains west uf thc
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
1593, being the initial p(>st, Southeast comer, thence 80 chains north,
80 chains- west, 80 chains aouth, 80
chains enst, to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or
less.
Located this 28th day of March, 1910
F. I\  MARINO, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
iieucement and containing  (140 acres,
more or less.
Located this 29th day of Marcb.1910.
PERCY   CRIDDLB,   Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
CRANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of    rfast Kuotenay
NOTICE is hereby given tbat within thirty (30) days from tbe date
hereof, I intend to apply to tbe Chiet
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
tho District ol Eaat Kootenay for a
licensa to prospect for ('oal and Pe
troleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted ahout six (6) miles
north of the northwest corner of Lot
8731, Block 4593, and being the initial post, southeast corner, thence 80
chains north, 80 chains west, 80
cbuins south, 80 chains east to point
of commencement, and containing
R40 acres, more or less.
Located this 31st day of March.1910
EDWARD A. MANNELL, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
Distiict   of   Bast Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) daya from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner   of Lands   for
i^rt^^C "irom ^ "Sate ", District of East Kootenay for
I Intend to apply to the Thief
hereof, , ...
Commissioner of Lands anil the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for.
the District of East Kootenay for a]
license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a poBt planted about two (2i miles
north and about ten '10) chains
west of the northwest corner of Lot
87:11, Block 4593. being the initial
post, northeast corner. thence SO
chains south, 80 chains west. 80
shains north. 80 cnains east to point
of commencement containing 640
acres more or less.
Located  this 28tb day of March. B10
WILLIAM  PRIOR,   Locator,
18-22 James  Fisher,   Agent.
license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about tour (4) miles
north and ten (10) chains west of the
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
4593, being the initial post, Southwest corner, thence 80 chains nortb,
80 chains east, 80 chains south, 80
chains west, to point of commencement, containing (140 acres more or
less.
Located this 28th day of March.1910
P.   M.  ADAMS,  Locator,
18-22 --Inmes  Kisher,   Agent
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East  Kootenay
NOTIOB is hereby given that within thirty (301 days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of Kast Kootenay for a
licenso to prospect lor Coal and Petroleum on the lollowing described lands: commencing at
a post planted ahout two 12) miles
north and about ten <10i chains west
of the northwest corner of Lot 8731.
Block 4593, being the Initial post,
northwest corner, thence 80 chains
south, 80 chains east, 80 chains
north, 80 chains west, to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
Located this 28th day of March, 1910
JOHN  SCHMIDT.   Locator,
18 22 .lames  Flaher.   Agent.
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   Eaat Kootonay
NOTICE! la hereby given  that with
In thirty (30i days     from the    date
hereof. I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commlsaloner  of  Lands and  the  A
sistant  Commissioner    of Lands    fi
CRANIIKooK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of    East Kooteuay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days (rom the date
hereol. I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd the As-
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for a
licenso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described       lands:       commencing      ntPost.  northwest
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
DiBtrict   of   East Kjoteuay
NOTICE Is herehy given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereol, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ot Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
tho District ot Kast Kootenay for a
licenso to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a poat planted ahout one (1) mile
north and two (2) miles west of the
northwest corner of Lot 8731, Block
4593, being thc initial post, southeast corner, thence 80 chaina north,
80 chains west, 80 chains south, 80
chains east, to point of commencement and containing 640 acrea more
or less.
Located this 2nd day of April, 1910.
THOMAS   McPHERSON, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenny
NOTICE is herehy given that with
in thirty (80) days from the date
hereof, I intend to apply to tlie Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands tor
thc District of East Kootenay for a
license to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the tollowing described lands: commencing at
a post planted about six (6) miles
north of the northwest corner of Lot
8731, Block 4593, being tho initial post, southwest corner, thence
80 chains north, 80 chains east, 80
chains south, 80 chnins weat, to point
of commencement, and containing
G40 acres, more or less.
Located this 31st day of March,1910.
II. W-. E. CANAVAN, Locator,
18-22 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
DiBtrict   of   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereol, I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
tho District of East Kootenay for a
licensa to prospect for ('oal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted on Sage ('reek about
three (8) mileB east of the northeast
corner of Lot 8731, Block 4593,
being the initial post, southeast corner, thence 80 chains north, 80 chains
weat, 80 chains south, 80 chains eaBt
to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more or less.
Located this 4th day of   April, 1910
ROBERT LENNIE, Locator,
18-22 Jamea Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   ol   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that within thirty (30) days from the date
hereol, f intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the As
sistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay for
licensa to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands: commencing at
a post planted about two (2) miles
north of the northeast corner of Lot
8731, Block 4593, being the Initial
corner, thence
a post planted on thc north fork of" chains south, 80 chains eaat, 80
Sage Creek about three (8) miles chains north, 80 chains west, to point
ensl and about two 12) miles north! of commencement and containing 640
of the northeast cornor of Lot 8734,1 acres more or less.
Block 459.1,   being the     initia'   post I Located thiflst day _of April, 1910.
^^^^^^^^^ the initia' post
southeast corner, thence 80 chains
nortli, 80 chains west, 80 chains
south, HO chains east to point of
commencement and containing l',4f,
aenrs, mote or less.
Located   this  5t.li  day  ol  April,   1910.
N. M. CUMMINS, Locator,
18-22 James  Fisher,   Agent.
STUART MANNELL; Locator,
18-22 James Fisher,  Agent.
ORANBROOK
lllatrlrf    of
LAND   DISTRICT
East Kootennv
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that SO
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands Bituate in the diatrict of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
duo east of the 36 mile post on C.P
li. survey line, which is the western
boundary ot Lot 4593, and being the
southeast corner post of Charles L.
Paulson's claim; thence north eighty
(80) chains, thence west eighty (80)
chaius, theuce south eighty (80)
chains, thence east eigbty (80)
chains to tbe point of commencement
making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 21st day of February
1910.
CHARLES L. PAULSON,Locator,
Eathen  VV.  Butts, Agent
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
(or coai and petroleum over the following lauds situate in the diatrict o
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
due eaBt ot the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is tbe western*
boundary of Lot 4593, and being the
northwest corner post of Walter W.
Hay's claim: thence south eigbty
(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.
Located this 19th day ot February
1910.
WALTER W. HAY.  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts,  Agent
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15 20
CRANBROOK LANS DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
I, Harry C. Bower, of Roasland,B.
C, Agont, Intend to apply for per-
mission to purchase the following
described lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
about one mile nortb and 60 cbaina
east of tbe northwest corner of Lot
7397: thence nortb 80 chains; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 cbaina
thence eaat 80 chains to the point of
commencement, containing 640 acrea
more or less.
Harry C. Bowers, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 8th March, 1910. 18-81
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Bast Kootenay
I, Jeremiah H. Hutchison of Rosa-
land, B. C, Merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:— Commencing at a post planted at ths
northeast corner about one mile
north and 60 chaina eaat ol tht
northwest corner of Lot 7397, thence
south 80 chaina; thence west 80 cbains
thence north 80 chains; tbence eaat
80 chains to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres mora or
less.
Jeremiah   H.   Hutchison, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 8th March, 1910. 11-11
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTICE ls hereby given that with
in thirty (30) days from thc date
hereof, I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lauds for
the District of East Kootenay for a
licensa to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tbo following described lands: commonclng at
a poat planted south of Sage Creek,
and about thirty (30) chains south
ol the northeast corner of Lot 8734,
Block 4593, being the initial post,
northwest corner, thence 80 chains
south, 80 chains east, 80 chains north
80 chains west, to point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Located this 5th day of   April, 1910.
HERBERT KEYS, Locator,
18-28 James Flaher, Agent.
ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTIOB is hereby given Uiat within thirty (30) dnys from the date
hereof, I Intend to npply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and the Assistant. Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenny for a
llcettBQ to prospect for Conl and Petroleum on the tollowing described lands: commencing at
a post planted on Sage Creek about
three (8) miles east ot the northeast
corner of Lol. 8734, lllock 4593, and
being the initial post, northeast corner, thence 80 chains south, 80 chains
NOTICE is hereby given Unit with
In thirty (3(1) days (rom the date
hereof. [ Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for
the District of East Kootenay tor a
HcetiHii to  prospect  for Conl  and  Pe
troleum      on       the      following      tie ^--^^_—_^_^^^^_^_
scribed      lands:      commencing      nt west, 80 clinlns nortli, 80 cbains east
NOTICB.
NOTICB ls hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
tor coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district ot
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, In Lot 4593: Commencing at a
Post planted at or near three miles
due eaat ot the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is the wcatorn
boundary ot Lot 4593, and being the
southwest cornor poBt of Anton M.
Paulson's claim; thence north eighty
(80) chaina, thonce east eighty (80)
chains, thenco soutb (80) eighty
chains.thence wool eighty (80) chains
to the point ot commencement, mak
Ing 640 acrea moro nr less.
Located this 21st day of February
1910.
ANTON M. PAULSON, Locator.
Eathen W.  Butts,  Agent
NOTICE.
NOTICB Is hereby given tbat 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chiet Commissioner
ot Lands for a license to prospect
tor coal and petroleum over the following lands situate tn the district of
Southeast Kootenay, Ilritish Columbia, In Lot 4593: Commencing at a
post planted at or near five miles
due oast of the 36 mile post on C.
R. survey line, which Is the western
boundary ot Lot 4593, and being the
northeast corner post ot Oeorge
Wykes' claim: tbence soutb elghty(80)
chains, tbence west eighty (80) cbains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chaina to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres moro or less.
Located this 19th day of   February
1910.
OBOROB WYKES, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,   Witness.        15-20
NOTIOB.
NOTICE Is hereby given tbat 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands Bituate tn the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4593: Commencing at a
poat planted at or near five miles
due east of the 36 mile post on C.P.
H. Biirvoy line, which is the western
boundary of Lot 4599, and being the
southwest corner post of Peter C.
Paulson's claim: thence north eigbty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 19th day ot February
1910.
PETER    C. PAULSON, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts,   Witness. '     16-20 William B, Butts,   Witness.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
Take notice that Agnea Elwell 0I
Cranbrook, British Columbia, married woman, Intends to apply for
permission to purcbaae tht following
described lands:— Commencing at the
south end of an Island in the Koote-
Rlver opposite Lot No. 384, group 1,
thence north westerly along the western side of said Island about (40)
forty chains, tbence east (10) chains
more or less to tbe east side of the
said island, thence soutb easterly
following the eastern side of said
island to the point of commencement
containing twenty acres more or lass
14-22 AONBS ELWELL.
Dated   this lOtb day ol   March, 1910
NOTIOB.
NOTICB Is hereby given tbat 80
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
ot Lands tor a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum over the following lnnds situate in the district of
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4693: Commencing at a
Post plauted at or near Uiree miles
due enst of the 36 mile post on O.P.
R. survey line, which Is' tbe western)
boundary nt Lot 4593, and being the
southeast corner post ol Ella O,
Jones' claim, thence north eighty
(80) chains; thence west eighty (10)
chains; thence south eigbty (80)
chains; thence east eighty (80) chains
to tho point ot commencement, mak-
640 acres more or less.
Located this Slat day ol February,
1910.
BLLA O. JONBS.Locatorf
Eathen W. Butte, Agent.
William B. Butts,   Witness.        15-80
NOTIOB.
NOTICB Is hereby given tbat 80
days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honorable Chiel Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands situate in the district ol
Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Lot 4598: Commencing at
Poat planted at or near tire* milee
due east ol the 36 mile post on C.P.
R. survey line, which is tbe western
boundary ot Lot 4693, and being the
northwest corner post ol Anna K,
Paulson's claim: thence south eighty
(80) chains, thence east eighty (80)
chaina, thence north eigbty (10)
chains, thence west eighty (10) chains
to the point of commencement, making 640 acrea more or less.
Located this 21st   day ol February
1910.
ANNA  K.  PAULSON,   Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
16-201 William B. Butte,   Witness.        li-M Victoria Day Celebration-May 24
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Half mile heats. 2 in 3   First $15.00   Second $10.00   Third $5.00
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Changing Horses every half mile    First $65.00    Second $35.00
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First, Gold Medal    Second, Silver Medal   Third, Bronze Medal
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W. S. BELL, Managing-Director
T. M. ROBERTS, Sec-Treasurer
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICK
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days after date, 1, F. Kelsall, ol
Wattsburg, B. C, intend to apply
to the Superintendent of Provincial
Police for a transfer from myself to
E. Watts, of my hotel license for the
premises known as tho Wattsburg
Hotel, Wattsburg, B. C.
F.  KELSALL.
Dated this 25th day of April 191C.
WATER ACT 1909.
TAKE NOTICE that I Charles M.
VanWormer, of Cranbrook, storekeeper, will apply to the Water Oommlssionor at Cranbrook on the 14th
day of June, 1910, at eleven o'clock
tn the forenoon for a license to divert one cubic foot of water per second' from small streams crossing tbe
eastern boundary of Lot 10,089 group
1 Kootenay District at points near
the said crossing.
The said water will be used for tho
Irrigation of the southern 150 acres
ol tbo said Lot, held by the applicant under the application to purchase ot I. H. Wilson, R. S. Chapman, and James Martin; and wlll he
conducted by Humes and pipes over
Bald Lot 10,089 only.
No Crown Lands wlll be affected
and riparian proprietors or licensees
wlll be affected by the works. This
notice was posted on the 2nd day of
May, 1910.
CHARLES M.  VANWORMER.
Form of notice approved, a copy
shall be posted on the highway
crossing the said Lot, and another
copy on the Moyle River Bridge at
Kingsgate.
J. P. ARMSTRONG,
18-22 Water Commissioner.
NOTICE
NOTICE is heroby given that thirty
days alter date I intend to apply to
the Hononi-able Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to
prospect for coal and petruleum over
the    following      lands situate
in the   District of Southeast Kootenay,   British Columbia, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a Post planted at
or near 9 mites due East of the 40
mile post on 0. P. R. survey line,
which la the Western Boundary ol
Lot 4593, and being the Northeast
corner post ol Walter W. Hay's claim
tbence south eighty (80) chains.thence
weat eighty (80) chains, thence north
eighty, (80) chains, thence east eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement making 640 acres more or
less.
Located this 4th day of   March 1910.
WALTER W. HAY, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        17-21
NOTIOE
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty
days alter date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
ot LandB tor a license to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
the    following      lands Bituate
In the District ol Southeast Kootenay,   British Columbia, in Lot 4693:
Commencing at a post planted   at
or near 9 miles due East ot the 40
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western Boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the Northwest
corner post of Mary Denner's claim:
thence east eighty (80) chains, tbence
aouth eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains, thence north
eighty (80) chains to tbe point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or lesa.
Located this 4th day of   March 1910.
MARY DENNER, Locator,
Eathen W.   Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        17-21
NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION.
NOTICE is hereby given that tbe
partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, as Fergusson and Houston, In the City of
Cranbrook, B. C. has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to John Angus
Fergusson, at Cranbrook aforesaid
and all claims against the said
partnership are to be presented to
the said John Angus Fergusson by
whom the same will be settled.
Dated at Oranbrook, B. C, this
sixteenth day of April, 1910.
J. A. FERGUSSON.
N. 8. HOUSTON.
Witness: Oswald Trouse.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Bast Kootenay,
I, James W. Lougheed, ot Hossland
B. C, Tailor, Intend to apply tor
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lauds — Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest comer
about one mile north and 60 chains
east ot the northwest corner ot Lot
7397: thence north 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence south SOcbalno
thence west 80 chains to the point ot
commencement, containing 640 acres
more or lesa.
J. W. Lougheed, Locator,
F, R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 8th day ot March, 1910.   13-21
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
Take notice that I Robert Findlay
Anderson, of Rossland, B. C, occupation Belling Agent, Intend to apply tor permission to purchase the
following described lands:— Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Lot 7842, thence
north to Uie southern boundary of
Lot 7845, about 60 chains.thence east
60 cbaina; thence Bouth 60 chains;
thence weat 60 chains to the point ol
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
13-21 R. F.  Anderson, Locator.
Dated this 3rd day ol March 1910
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICB, that I Intend to
apply to the superintendent ol provincial Police, 30 days alter tho appearance ot this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on tho premises known as the Wardner Hotel, Wardner, B. 0.
R. H. BOHART.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Diatrict ol Kootenay.
Take notice that I Joseph Walsh,
constable, ol Fort Steele, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: commence-
ing at a post planted at the north
line ol Carlin's timber lease running
20 cbains north, tbence 40 chains
east, thence 20 chains south, thence
40 chains west to place of commencement, containing 80 acres more
or less.
JOSEPH WALSH.
Dated March 12th 1910. 12-16
ORANBROOK LANU DISTRICT
District ol Kootenay.
Take notice that John Armour ol
Cranbrook, occupation employment
agent, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at the N. E. corner of
Lot No. 8760, thence south 80 chaina
more or less; thence east 80 cnalns
more or less to the bank of the St.
Mary's river; thence up stream to
post of commencement.
JOHN   ARMOUR.
Dated March 11,   1910.        12-16.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Bast Kootenay.
I, Elizabeth Fluhrer, ol Trail, B.O.
housekeeper, intend to apply lor permission to purchase the tollowing
described lands: - Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of Lot 7287, being the northwest
corner: thence south 80 cbalnu; thence
east SO chains; tbence north 80 chaius
thence west 80 chains to the point ot
conmmncement, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Elizabeth Fluhrer, Locator,
F. R. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 6th March, 1910. 13-21
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District   ot East Kootenay.
Take notice that I Mrs. W. B. Mc-
Farlane of Cranbrook, B. ('., occupation married woman, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the
tollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted at the north
east corner of Cooper's purchase, Lot
9797, thence north 10 chains, thence
west 40 chains,thence south 10 chains,
thence east 40 chains to place of conn
mencoment.
Mrs. W. B. McFarlane.
Dated March 15, 1910. 16-23
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICB, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent ot provincial Police, 30 daya after the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell Intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Windsor Hotel, Fort Steele, B. C.
H. 8. MATHER.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 1(1-20
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICB, that I intend to
apply to tbe superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days after the appearance ot this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as tbe Imperial Hotel, Fort Steele, B, C.
B. B. WERDEN.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICB.
TAKE NOTICB, that I Intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 daya alter the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Central Hotel, Marysville, B. C.
PAUL HANDLEY.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTIOE, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent ot provincial Police, 30 daya alter the appearance ot tbis notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell Intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as tbe Nortb
Star Hotel, Kimberley, B. C.
H. W. DREW.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
I Henrietta M. Tyson, of Trail, B.
C, housekeeper, intend to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
deBcribed lands:— Commencing at a
post planted at the southeast corner
of Lot 7287, being thc southwest
corner: thence nnrth 80 chains;thence
east 80 chains; thence south 80
chnins; thence wost 80 chains to the
point ol commencement, containing
640 ncres more or less.
Henrietta M. Tyson, locator,
F. K. Anderson, Agent.
Dated 6th March, 1910. 17 25
NOTICE.
TAKB NOTICE, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent ol provincial Police, 30 days alter the appearance ot this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known as the Wasa
Hotel, Wasa, B. C.
N. HANSON.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20
NOTICE.
Take notice, that I intend to apply
to the Superintendent ot Provincial
Police, alter 30 daya Irom the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of my license to sell Intoxicating
liquor on the premises known ae tbe
Royal Hotel, MaryBville, B. 0.
H. L. SAWYER.
Dated April 6th, 1910. 15-19
NOTIOH.
TAKB NOTICK, that I intend to
apply to the superintendent of provincial Police, 30 days alter the appearance of this notice, for a renewal of
my license to sell intoxicating liquor
on the premises known aa the Wycllflo Hotel, Wycllffe, II. C.
HARRY EDWARDS.
Dateh April 12th 1910. 16-20 |
Notice Is herefoy given tbat tbe Brst
meeting ol tbe University Site Commission will be held In Victoria on or
about May 17,1910. Visits to other
centers In the province will be arranged at tbis preliminary meeting
due notice of the date of these visits
will be given. All data In support ot
tbe claims of various centers to be
chosen as the University site should
be submitted to the Commissioners
at the time of their visits to the several centers ol the Province.
ALEXANDER ROBINSON,
Superintendent Of Education.
Education oflice, April 30, 1910   7-14
NOTICK.
I, Edgar 8. Home, intend to apply lor permission to purcbaao twenty (20) acres of land bounded aa follows: Commencing at a post situated
at the Bouth end of an Island in the
Kootenay river opposite Lot 324;
thence in a northerly direction following the east shore line ol the Island, to the south-east corner of Lot
10,095, thence west to the southwest
corner of Lot 10,095, thence tn a
southerly direction lollowing the
shore ol tihe Island to point ot commencement.
JAMES BEECH,
Agsnt for Edgar S. Home
Dated April 15, 1910. 79-27
DON'T FORGET
but remember what we say, as
it's for your benefit. We're just
cautioning you about summer
drinks.
OUR BOTTLING WORKS
turn out the most delicious,
soft drinks ever served to
parched humanity. We have an
established reputation and that
is why you know you can get
only the most wholesome drink
Irom our works.
EAST KOOTENAY
BOTTLING 00.
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sold only by
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
459-441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
WRITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE.
Branch Store- 413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C,
George Welch,  Selling Agent, Cranbrook. B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager for   all   Eastern    B. C.   Business.
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J .1. Cook, tiic    warden ol Creston,
won m Hit1 city Monday on business
department
onnectod with in
LOCAL   NEWS.
John Hutchoaon, better knnwn ns
"Hutch" is apondlng a lew ilnys in
1 -iiy.
Bualnea Ib getting lively m lloss
lnnil. Pour ftrflfl in nnii ilny is the
record,
_      Sec 0   ll   Leask & Oo., lor plansI    Ki"R    Qoorge    v., Ims    roquoited
,jx$»S>.^"|><j>.j^"^**l>.*i> *■&■&&*■ • .* fur spring building and bo ready to   that  public entertalnmonts    bo hold
start with the opening ol the season,  as usual     "Play Ball."
Klko will celebrate Victoria Huy   	
  W   i   inn, tho now i'   P. u  local     All minora licenses expire   on May
t'.^ Stevens, waa at Wardner Friday juperlntendont,   arrived   in   tho  city'Hist.       Don't forget to    hnve ymir
K Ii,,Inn. ul Nelson, wus In the
olty this nt'ck mi business connected
with some "l hie mining Interests.
ou business
A. Hodgeson of Marysville wn* i
the city on Tuesday
Haielwood  ice cream ni Btewort'i
Wednesda; ond bas   tsken
duties
hls|llcense renewed  before that date
Campbell A  Mminlng hnve lust nil
in    \   k   Connolly, ol    Atlin, B. led an electric coffee mill,   ll la   the
0 , is i.-li.'vitii'     Di    I!   «   Connolly Oral  of its Mini m Icnsi   Kootenay
 W ll. i    Is   slli'll.lilll!    III.'   lollleli'llrc      III
  Nelson A i-'11 "' hasoball    wlll bo played
J.  Scott of  I'iliclier Creek    whs    in   ' „ , t,,iu,,i ton   nl   Movie.      botw i  I'lnn
the elty Thursday.                                     \   M   Henderson, brothoi  of r\ Al brook and Moyle teams      Time will
                           derinan -1   H   llonden m line nccopl bs callod al 3 p  in
Hev. It   Hughes is   attending   con   ,.,( „ , ,  „,ili the C   I'   n ,Laml
lerence  ill  Nelson tins  week                      depaii nl Mrs   I'nini1  NatloU   wns ul   llonnels
    Fein  thla »'si,      rim I.'ni    lol
Horry tSdwardi, ol Wycllffe, wns In     Miiim utallloii;  s lour year   old, [nor cross tho    line,    wc don'l    une
tlie city Wednesday on business,           chestnut, welghiug  1,100 pounds, will i,, make ber acquaintance,
,!„,,,I   ,1   di, Cranbrook otables
Ice Cream cones at Stewart's,                                           n   MoLLEH Mi    Vndrows,   formerly accountant
- - ,.i tin- Bank ol     Commerce   In   this
Mi   ami Mis   \v   Dea I Colgar)      ^ „ „.,  ,,|  local    fishermen were city nml now manager ol tho Wator
were   Oranbrook visitors Wedneednj    (pllt ull  Sunday   lasl       \  party wn,, ,,u>   Snsk , branch lo visiting trlonds
                            ... ,  I,, iritb i.nk,'.    i,'imii,si with in tlie city
ll   McLaughlin nml 0   F.   Vlncb "t, ,.... ,,,, ,k,i
Marysville were In the   city Montis.) v   u   Jnrvla, ,•( Toronto;     M    \
K,r ,     h   !■:   Muphj  la    nl De Jull, "i  Victoria;  .1   II      Wilson, nl
Mis   H   1.   Sawyer. ,,|  Marysville,    ,   this  week  alteudlni  o  conven Spokane; n   R   Whitehead, ot Toron
was shoppim; iu Cranbrook Monda)    ,,,,,   ,,   the tlrotherh I ol  Locomo to and P   Chapman, ol    Vancouver,
liV(   icnglneci wero guest* at  the   Craubrook    B*rl
Obolce Iresh tomatoes at sUewan day,
  |.'i,'.,!i     atrawbenioa     arrlvins     sl
A    I.   Wilson,  ol  Moyie,  whs linns      .,   vv : , .   ,|mh 11>   ilir,.,.     daya  the    enrlll    will  go
Weill:,■*
acting business in the
day
^^^^^^^^^^^^^■j through ilu1 imi ot tin- comet,    mul
!   m   \   .inii. governmenl poultry ex siiil sonic people have not sold their
 ■ p,.it   vvaa in the   cits    Thursdaj     in prayers nor paid the printer.     It  is
City workmen were putting m anew |h|. j,v(,n(ne h0   i,', i msi   ion   lun.-,' really sad   liow     Indifferent      some
water   mam "it    Maker    street     this m]mt„..   ,.t  pmiltrj   fanciers human heme,* nn'     in Ilie faco ol   a
week creat  astronomical exhibition.
  ail ess extract!! I  teeth  by ihc                             ■
Dowager Queen   Alexandra   will   re k         Soemnoform     iln-   new    ami it  |B possible thnt ihe Mayor   will
celve during her life an annuity    "';jv,tlU|H,   anaesthetic,  nt     Di    Hall's declare the     ilay of tbe     iimeral ol
$75,000 T!„. n|,-to date Dentist. King Edward,    May   in, a    day   ot
  mourning, ami business houses    will
Wednesday next. May 18, Uie earth ,,,.   , Dischav      one ol  the   best close Irom 12    o'clock noon, till six
will pass throush the tail ol Hal ley s k|              ^.    ,,,   .Iu,  ,■;,.„    ncconpa o'clock p, m.. anil drape their prem-
comet. ,       ,- Mrs   Dischaw     are laknn; a js,,s
"     .             ,, ..... earned holiday                                                          	
Born   in  Cranbrook.   sanlay,   May Contractors Oeorge   Leask   &. Co.,
8, to Mr. ami Mrs    James Brown   a \|,... .  ,-   R, Ward ami   ll    White are husy erecting a new mill building
daughter. ha'v, been   appointed   representatives [or the Hash & Door   factory.    The
  '."    ..       Grand    I....lev   I   0.   0 .F. building     will be 70x48,   two storys
Tu RENT.     Bachelors apartments. wblch raMU [n Kn;.i:.,,,,,, Mxt month iu height.     New uml modern machln-
Apply to BEATTY.   ery will he installed, and     it ls the
—— x   v.    Cbiaholm  was at Marysville intention of the company to have the
In the case ol Slater vs Watts, rhe _   r . iy preparing to ilo the annual )ws-t equipped mill of Its kind in the
jury   rendered a verdict Inr     the Je a^ .^, ,,;,u     work   on     his     mining Kootenay.
teniient Watts. ..    ,vbaich is   locoted     on     i-ake ,                     __
  n„rt CAKD   OP   THANKS
W.  A.  Anstie.  HO.    Young,    oml  _                                                          	
N. M.    Allie, ot Nelson, were in the (,.     ^ an,     verJ popular     again | we wj„h   to express   our   heartfelt
city Monday. tli    :,..,..,,„ am! wc are Bbowlng both | thanks to all kind IriendB who assls-
BORN—wt Cranbrook, Wednesday
May 11. to Mr. and Mrs Kred Cn
ent, a daughter.
Folt HALE. A three roll mangle,
in good condition, honil power. Apply at Prospector Oflice.
Mr. H. Mather, antl Mrs. R. r>.
Mather of Fort Htecle were in Cran
brook Thursday.
,1. M. Agnew, the merchant prince
of Klko, was transacting business In
the city Tuesday.
The rains of the pBSt tew days
have done a world of good and help
ed the banana crop.
1). V. Mott of Fernie, correspond
dent lor the associated press, wns in
Cranbrook Wednesday.
The base hall grounds were being
placed In condition    Wednesday     for
the season's games.
Fresh Hoselwood double Jersey
buttermilk at. Stewart's.
Contractor J. Q. McCallum commenced operations on the Y. M. 0.
A. building Thursday.
,1   McTavish, Harry Dlmmock, and|
p. K. Johnson, of Moyie, spent Sun
day last in Cranbrook.
O. E. Carr, ol the Perry Creek
Hydraulic Mining Co., was in the
city Thursday on business.        -
Fred. Wasson's youngest son Norman, is conllned to the house with
miiamatory rheumatism.
Canadian  and  English   wheels    from  ted so earnestly in tho search of our
|3S ip      Splendid    value      Drop ! 1)Hl     ,       Rml t0 tho8c who extcnd-
and see them.   Patmore Urns.        i
Mother's nay was observed in
Cranbrook Sunday last. Appropriate
sermons were preached in the churches, an 1 white tloweres were worn hy
almost  everybody.
Com factor Nesbit is now en
eageil In removing the old stoic
building on Van Home street to be
make room for a new building to be
erected tor V. Hyde Baker.
.Imi: e Wilson, Mr. ami Mrs. M, A.
Benle. anil Miss Winnie Armstrong
left on Thursday tor Windermere ami
a trip through the [anions Upper Columbia nnd Kootenay valleys. ,
A m 'cting ot the Farmers' institute waa held in the city ball on
Wedno day evening. Thero waB a
good ntendnnce, and Mr. T. S. Gill
gnve a descriptive lecture on bee
culture.
Are ynu prepared for the warm
waatbi r? We would suggest a model refrigerator and White Mountain
ice cr. am free/or; the thought of
these alone will make you feel cool
Patmi re Bros.
Tlie? o will be a lootbnlt game this
evenhr: between Coal Creek and
Cranl rook. It will he a warm one,
Cranln'ook having defeated Cooi
Creek once, and the visitors have returned with a determination to even
up matters.
Mrs.    T.   S. Gill and    Mrs. F. E.
Simpson     were elected    delegates to
I represent the Rebekahs nt the meet
I Help and sympathy   when he was
laid to rest.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. McKinstry.
RANCH    SOLI)
The Mather ranch of 1,0110 acres,
Which is situated ou Cherry Creek,
hns been sold In Hoy Meyers of Al
lierta. 'I'he consideration was
116,000, The Mather ranch Is one
nt the host forms in the tCootenay
valley, anil consists entirely of good
hoilom lnnil, with iit'veral hundred
acres under oultlvation.
MESSAGE  OF  CONDOLENCE
We the members nf the Olty Collin
cil express to   Mr.     and Mrs. N. 0,
McKinstry   their sincere sympathy in
Ilieir  recent   bereavement.
Blgnetl .1.  P.  FINK, Mnynr
T    M    ROBERTS,    City Clerk.
BUTTLED STRIKE AT FRANK
Ferine, Mny 11. The strike of the
i-oal nilliom al Frank was settled lo
day. anil work will he resumed im
ini'illalely
DHPAIVTMHNT   OF LANDS
NOTIOH ts horoby glvon that tho
waters ol Blioowah-tlann and Wood
worth Lakes, in Range u, Ooaat Pis
trict, and the waterB ol all BtreamH
flawing Into said lukt'H, ami all
BtroOetna flowing thoro trom, 111*0* re
Borved, subject to the rights of ex-
latlng rocordB only, for ih« u» ot
the Crown,
ROBERT .V  UKNW1HK,
Dopitty Commissioner ol
Lands
1.amis Department,
Victoria, B, i'., April 2!tth, litll).
19-23
£■»•■„.-.
STEWART'S |
The Leading Fruit Store. f
ajmmm*mammmmm»********aammammm9»mwatama»m********aw** '*■
Choice Oranges. Lemons I
"SUNKIST BKAND" %
Bananas   Figs    Dates j
Sweet Potatoes J
Celery I
Hot House Lettuce I
Rhubarb    Cranberries %
Stewart's lino Chocolates X
HUGH STEWART I
Armstrong Ave. Phone TB x
Cucumbers, lettuce, Green Onions,; inK 0I the Grand Lodge in Kamloops
Spinach and Rhubarb at Stewart's. 0n June 4th. Mrs. H. Y. Parker
lJ,m"T"*»t'; »rrivme  .Uily. | will also attend as district deputy.
Shipment* arriving daily
W. B.  McFarlanc    was at     Moyie,
and other     western    points     on the
Crow this week on business.
W.  J,  Dreaney.ot     Seattle, and  J.
B.   Keiuhtly. of North  Hay,  were at j coil.-Patmore Bros
the Cranbrook  Sunday last.	
" a meeting    of the (*. P.    n., sur
Contractor Oeorge R.  Leask & Co. geons on the     Crow's Nest. Puss wns
commenced operations nn a two story held In     thi' parlors    of   the   Hotel
building to be erected on Van Horne Cranbrook on    Tuesday. The follow-
You will probably need some new
garden hose this summer, and we are
prepared to supply your wants and
can furnish hose in any quantity or
mid lengths.    Let     us send you up a
street for V   Hyde Uaker
FOI SALE
Residence on
Baker Hill
Five Acres of
Land
One mile from Postofflce
F. E. SIMPSON
Iur doctors were present: Dr. Ken
nedy of Mncleod; Dr, Campbell of
Lethbridge, Dr. Bonnell of Pernio,
Dr. McKIdd of Oalgary, and Dr.
King -d this city.
Shave your lawn, for It needs it,
and we anticipating your wanU
have laid in a complete stock of
American and Canadian Lawn Mowers. These are good Btrong, reliable
and easy running mowers. Let us
send one up, or drop in nnd look
them <iver and we know that you will
bo pleased—Patmore Bros,
The proprietor of the Royal Hotel
believes in keeping his place up to
date in every respect,   and is Improv-
Despair and Despondency
Nu one but a woman can telt tbe itory of the Buffering, the
despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry
0 daily burden of ill-health end pain became of disorder* and
derangement! of the delicate and Important organi that an
distinctly feminine. The torture* bo bravely endured completely upset the nerve* if long continued.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ia a positive eon for
weakness and disease of tbe feminine org
IT MAKES WEAK WOrtEN STRONO,
5ICK WOMEN WELL.
It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pain.
It tunes and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood
and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and
have nothing to urge upon you as ''just as good/'
-_ is nun-secret, non-alcuholie and has a record of forty years of euros.
Asx Voub Nsiohsdrb.   They probably know of some of its many cures,
if you want a buuk that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to ears
them ut home, send 31 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing
o-i.'v, and lie -.vjll send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated
(: Mini'.n Sense Medical Adviser—revised, up-to date edition, ia paper covers.
In bandb.imc cloth-binding, 50 stamps.   Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
George   R.  Leask & Co. jj
BUILDERS
and
Contractors
Pi.ank, Specifications
and Estimates
URHISBED ON APPLICATION $
'HONM IU P. O. BOX 8«fi
ALL  KINDS  OF   lil'ILDING   MATERIAL |
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
jJ.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.j.AAsS.sS.    A A A. A A. A A A A A. A. A A A *■ A A A. A A A.X
uk the appearand
of   the   bouse   by
a runt, uf paint. The bur Ims been
repainted and ropaperod and tbe
whole house ih being renovated.
The pictures at tho Opera House
thm week are up to their usual high
standar and the vaudeville nets by
the Roberts Duo nre exceedingly good
The young lii'ly taking Uie part ot
the automatic doll certainly gives a
very clever Imitation ol that dltli
cull pari Mr fraflor in to be rom
mended lot tlie keen hi to real he takes
in catering to tho amiiBoment of tbo
people ill this city and lor hicli class
productions he Is booking. The
drawing (or the ent j-jIuhh Het will
take place on Saturday night after
the bint hIiow.
Cranbrook   Opera   House
R. A. FRASER, Manager
The following; attractions ase booked for this
month
Monday, May 23
The James Fax Concert Company
Monday, May 30
The Oeorge Amusement Company will produce the celebrated play
ST. ELHO
/loving pictures and vaudeville every night
and a dance every Wednesday night.
TNE MUX'S STORE
We Specialize in Union Made Goods for Men
Carhartts
ft   CASHARTTS   H
%BS-r  Overalls
Die Railroad Mens'
avorite. Full range
always in slock, not-
withstand) n g the
raise we sell at the
old price per garment $1.35
SIGNAL SHIRTS—
union made-iii plain
him' and blue with
while dot, m a d e
roomy, with pockets
and two collars to
match at $1.50
SARGEANT GLOVES
-The premier union
made of America,
all sizes at ...$1.75
BIG 4 GLOVES-union
made at $1.25
McCreery Bros
REID   BLOCK
Cranbrook's Dry Goods and Clothing Stores
HHHHBBI
We want your order for
PAINTS AND BRUSHES
J. D. McBride
Hardware
Cranbrook B. C.
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Ham and Bacon
Our smoked meats are always fresh slock. We
ure sure tliul. if you iry them once you will n^ree
with us thai they are the best Havered nm! most
wholesome  smoked   meals you  Iiuve ever eaten.
P. Woods & Co.
PHONE 67 P. 0. BOX-164
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NATURES FERTILIZER
To get the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
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