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Array VOLUME 17
CRANBROOK, BBITISE COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,  1B1**
NUMBIB. 4
ElflUt Hour Bill
HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS
PLAYING THE WORKING
MEN
The Government ib endeavoring to
deceive the Labor Unions by Hitting (,f the dny (or
through an Bight Hour Day Kill as
a government measure. The Eight
Hour Pay Bill was first introduced
hy Mr. Verville shortly after he entered the House in  1906.      Mr.   Ver-
j "li we stop to consider what Is the
lite nf the nveniRe wurkinRinao, we
will sec how nil Important it is thut
every man who has at henrt the
Iwolfare ol humanity should use what
little influence hn mny have, whether
in connection with the government
or out ol it, to help hrlng about
a condition of affairs which, in the
course of time, will bring to every
mnn. whether working on n (arm or
in n workshop, & condition that
will pormll him to do eight hours'
work,  nml  hnve  part  of   the balance
enjoyment, antl
the necessary development of
faculties, one wny or another,11
Commenting upon  it     Mr,  Borden
said:       "Well, if   tlmt    be a good
principle, aud one     which my Hon.
friend the Minister     of Labor    was
vitle had been elected as the member  willing to commit himself,  why does
lie desire to deny an opportunity for
the reasonable exercise ol his faculties, their reasonable development,
and a reasonable enjoyment, to the
man who is working upon a wharf,
or canal, or dredge, or navy yard,
or pier, or breakwater, or railroad,
or arsenal? Why should be restrict
it entirely to men employed on public buildings?
Mr. Borden then proceeded to read
further extracts irom the Minister of
Labor's speech with comments upon
the same which highly delighted all
who heard him and discomiitted tbat
budding statesman in no small degree.
Take the ruse of a workingmtn",
tbe Minister of Labor, 'working eight or ten hours a <'<>y. Supposing he starts work nt seven
o'clock in the morning, ho must rise
at five, for workingmon nave to
start their own fires, to assist their
wives to prepare their own break-
fasts, so that Live o'clock is as late
as any man who is going to work
at seven can aflord to rise."
Why  are  nut nil  these     considera- !
tions so eloquently    put forward hy \
thc Minister of Labor, said Mr. Bor- j
den,  applicable  to  the  man   who    is I
working upon   wharfs, or   piers,   or I
breakwaters,   or  canals,   or  '.redges,
or navy yards,  or    arsenals?     That !
is the problem that presents itsrlf to
my mind at tho moment,   und it is j
nt,e n" fn which T hope we may have
an  answer from  the  Minister of  Labor.     He continues as follows:
"He leaves his home before seven
o'clock, having seen nothing of his
children."
, Why is not the man who is working upon a pier entitled to see his
children  before he   leaves his   home?
Reduce Canadian
Duties
Agreement Reached by Emis-
saries of Two Governments
Irnm Malsonneuve to succeed thc late
Hon. Raymond Prefontaine. He was
not the choice ol the Liberal machine
and came to parliament ostensibly
as a Labor member. It soon be-
came evident that Mr. Verville knew
which sitlo his bread was buttered
on. He voted with thc Government
consistently and persistently and
come back as an out-and-out Liberal
In 1908. His Bill to establish an
Eight Hour 'lay was not looked upon with favor by the government and
he was careful not to press It although re-introduced session after
session. On one accasion when the said
Bill could have come up lor second
reading Mr, Verville left tho Chamber just before it was reached on tbe
order ot the day. At the same time
ho le.1 the Labor Unionists to believe that be was doing all in his
power to promote the desired legislation and that it was opposed by
government. Finally during the
leasion of 1909-10 the bill was sent
to a special committee. Now in
1911 lt bids fair to pass and the impression will be given out tbat tbe
Laurier Government has done some
wonderful thing for the benelit ot the
..ollli;.-  _.i*tr.c»
It wlll be found, however, upon
examination that the Bill now adopted by tha Government bears no resemblance to the BUI endorsed by
the Labor Unions and introduced by
Mr. Verville at six sessions nl parliament. The original Bill if it became law would have practically enforced an Bight Hour work day
throughout Canada. It provided
that all work done for the Government should be upon this basis and
that all work done by contractors further:
for the government should also    be     "He works from
Within two weeks of the date that
for the Canadian reciprocity commlsslon-
his era began their conference tn Washington an agreement has been reach-1
ed so far as the executive branches
of the governments of the United
States and Canada are concerned
tbut will result in the substantial
reduction of customs duties on several products, natural and manufactured, of the two countries.
Acting precisely ln accordance with
the announcement ot the press when
the commissioners first met, even today, Friday laat, with the agreement
practically reached, individual commissioners felt themselves bound to
retrain Irom giving the least information regarding products aflected
by their negotiations. Tbat information will be withheld until the
sessions of the commissioners end,
when the formal announcement will
be made.
The commissioners expect the conference Saturday wlll conclude tbeir
negotlatlona.
HOCKEY
CRANBROOK AGAIN DOWNS
FERNIE
The wny Cranbrook played rings
around Kernie Hockey players on
Tuesday night wasn't slow. The
locals turned the tables on Fernie,
having lost the last game played at
the Arena Rink, by the same aggregation nf
Of 4 to 2.
Lower Rates
_oiiered
Express Companies In United
States and Canada Agree
on Reduction
Honor American
At a meeting of the officers of Canadian and American txpntss coinpa-
'puck chasers" by a score nlcs held in   New York     on   Friday
i last, it was announced that a reduc-
The game was inclined to be a tion would soon he made in their
little, rough, hut was handled very through rates, between all offices in
satisfactory by Harry Clark who was tho United States aad many in Can-
impartial    to a degree.     Fernie per- ada,
haps didn't think so, for In the All the important express compa-
second period they put on a judge of nie9 wero represented, including tbe
play, H. Kearisto, who stayed on the Adams, Canadian, American, Nation-
ice about fifteen minutes and getting ait Northern, Southern, Western,
disgruntled with the kicks from pacific. United States, Wells-Fargo,
Captain Dunlop and goal keeper ' aQd the New York and Boston Dee-
Dolby, he quit the Ice. '(.patch.
The stick handling of McWha, Mc-I In „plalniuK the new BChaduie the
Qregor, and    the defence    of Simms I companlM lMtanCe   the present rate
and McManus were     the features   of
the game.
When the puck was checked to tho
between Plainsneld, N. J., and Bob-
ton, which under the new rule, will
be 65 cents, a eaving of 33 per cent.
centre of the     ice the visitors broke The announcement follows:
away, Gates made a shot on goal
which was neatly blocked by McMan-
us, and the battle was on in earnest.
Thrasher, after a long chase down
the rink found the net. After two
and a half minutes play from a
splendid combination play McWha
evened up the score. Seven minutes
later McWha again scored on a pass
•___■•»-- from McGregor.     This ended scoring
Duty on Rough Lumber-Ross- in-th! _riLp!l!°i	
The second period opened up strong
for Fernie, but they soon lost .steam,
the locals getting stronger, scoring
three more goals to Ferule's nil. The
score at ttie end of the second period, wa« 5 to 1 in favor of Cranbrook.
The last period was a farce, Fernie being out-classed. After tive
minutes play in which nearly every
Cranbrook player scored, Captain
Dunlop asked     his player to   kindly
retire to thc dressing room, he him-
gent regulations for    the prevention 9e„ ,oa(,lng ^ way   b„t M no ^
urge Forest Laws
land Next Place of
Meeting
The convention of the Associated
Boards of Trade of Southeastern
Kootenay closed tts session at Ores*
ton on Friday last.
Among the resolutions adopted waa
one from Rossland urging the Provincial Government end the Railway
Commission to use the    most strin-
Is the .man who     happens to he    en-
gaped upon a breakwater to be   de- of forest fires, including a provincial  *0tiowef» ni
ing   every
summer
nied all access to     his family while patrol and railway employees follow-
the mnn  who   works upon an ordin
ary  public building is to have some
such  opportunity?    Then lie    went ou
on     rough
7 until 12, which lumber was passed unanimously,
upon the basis of an eight hour day.  ls five hours.     He goes back to his
The present bill provides merely thnt home, he has    one hour for rest   in
carpenters;   stonemasons; bricklayers the middle uf the day, part of which ftble vote 0D its
train    in   hot
months.
A resolution for duty
Moyie secured a unanimous favor-
he decided to play on.
Cranbrook seemed to score when they
pleased, the game heing too one-sided to he interesting.
Owing to the fact that Fernie is
sttch an old rival of Cranbrook in
athletic sports,    a crowd   of   about
A decision was reached by the
principal express companies which ia
of far-reaching Importance. Instead
ot two companies which may handle
an express package making two separate charges on each line, the charge
will be the same as if one company
had carried tbe package from shipping point to destination,
Necessary details are now being
perfected and as soon as the legal
requirements nro complied with the
plan for through service at the new
rates will take eflect generally, between all express offices in the United
States and many in Canada.
Niece of J. P. Morgan May Be
Wife of Governor-General
Mrs. Lewis H. Hascourt, an American woman, niece of J. P. Morgan,
mny he the next vicerene of Canada.
The idea of sending tbe Duke of
Connaught, Prince Alexander of Teck
or'some royal prince to succeed Karl
Grey as governor general has about
been abandoned and in semi-official
circles it is understood that the post
will be offered to Mr. Harcourt, who
is now minister of the colonies. If
it is, and he accepts, he will undoubtedly be raised to the peerage.
He undoubtedly would be very pop*
ular and his wife, the daughter of
Walter H. Burns (who married a
sister of J, P. Morgan), is a very
charming woman and would make au
excellent vicerene,
Mr. Harcourt is doubly connected
with America by marriages. His stepmother is a daughter of John Lo-
throp Motly, a distinguished historian and at one time United States
minister to England.
LOCAL NEWS
and other artisans employed in the
construction of public buildings must
be paid for over time if they are required to work more than eight
hours a day. All these classes already enjoy the eight hour day
through     trade     agreements.      The
is lost going to and from his work.
Sometimes he does not even get that.
Sometimes he is obliged to take ids
dinner can and ent his cold meal at
the workshop, and can see nothing
of his home during that hour,"
Why are not ail  these     consldera-
resolution for reel- three hundred attended the game,
proclty in lead and lead products in and gave hearty approval to the
the event of a reciprocity treaty with  boys in green and white.     The score
the United States.
A resolution was adopted,
0,    Skead, and J. A.    Murry,   of
Wardner, was In tbe city Wednesday.
A. A. Shanley, of Fernie,
town Thursday.
J. H. Roberts, of Winnipeg wbb in
the city Wednesday.
J. Venable, and A. C. McCorkall,
ol Vancouver, were at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Browning, Mrs. Tay-
at full time was 10 to 2 in favor of lor, and Mrs. Cameron, of     Moyie,
passing of this bill will therefore not tions cogent with respect to tlie man
benefit organized labor in the slight- who works   upon the   pier or break-
eBt degree. water?    Why should   they be simply
Several     Conservative      members taken Into     consideration ln connoc-
asking Cranbrook
Government to have
in the Arrow    Lakes
McManners
When the bill was up   for disc.iibior.
pointed    out that    the farmers i nd
men employed on farms worked long
er hours and that the eight hour   a
day   legislation,    if applied to farm
labor    would    prove    impracticable.
They also contended      that for    the
government     to   arbitrarily lix    the
hours of labor iu certain occupations  furts of his homo.
would emphasize the hardships of the   tended hy tlio Croat,
tlon   with   the  man  who  works  upon
an ordinary public building?
"Then he in obliged to work again
from one to     six o'clock; and  if   be
fs to have eight hours' sleep,   which
is Mm; least he roqHires  after u hard
day's  labor  that      leaves  him    only
from six to nine     to enjoy the corn-
It was never In- j
r that tlie great ;
that
?he Provincial
the narrows,
dredged.
Other matters, such as a resolution for a Provincial system of
roads; uniform boiler inspection, and
a metallurgical laboratory tor the
department of mines, were passed.
Rossland will be tbe next place of McWha
holding the annual convention.
McGregor
THK LIN1.
CRANBROOK
OOAL
Si run is
Kelly
> (arm and     would have the tendency mass of   men should   live
to increase the drain on tho country way."
to the city which is already oneof the Yet  my   Hon.    friend      is  perfectly
dUudlotfng    symptoms    in our ('nun- willing thnt n man who works upon
dlau lifo especially  in Ontario.  At the a  pier or  breakwater should  live  In
aame time they   criticised   the atti- that way although he la In the em-
tude of    the Government as utterly ploy of    the Government,    while ap
Illogical and   absurd.     Upon   what parently he Ims some   consideration
principal should men work upon pub- for tlio feelings and interests of the
lie buildings be favored at tbe   ex- man who     works upon nn   ordinary
pense of men    who who work   upon public building.     The Mnn. minister
rallwaye   and     canals.     Mr. R. L. continues:
Borden was vory happy in his com- I   "It was intended     that every man
monts upon Hon,    Mackenzie King's should do bis   share of     work   nnd
speech on the second reading of   the have opportunity to partake of legi-
Blll in     December, contrasted    with timate enjoyment     and develop   the
his action ln    supporting the emasculated    Bill a month     later.     Mr
Borden    read     extracts   from    the Ing classes have    as much love   for
speech of Mr. King    which were clo- their     families, as great regard   for
quent to   the point of being sloppy; domestic, happiness aa the rich, Tbey
he had fairly wept over the woes of also require a little enjoyment now
the worklngman yet by a stroke   of and then."
the pen he took from under the pro- I would    respectfully point out to
taction of the Bill thousands of men my Hon. friend tbe   Minister of La-
who labor upon the construction and bor that the man who works upon a
SAD ACCIDENT
McKenzle Slips Under Locomotive and Has Leg
Cut Off
Scott
POINT
COVER POINT
ROVER
CENTER
RIGHT WINCi
L-PT WING
were  Cranlirook  visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. B. E. Taylor and son lelt on
JThursday lor Fernie, where she will
visit her parents helore returning to
her home in Moyie.
Dunlop
Gates
Thrasher
Boyce
Ex-City Clerk Boulton, of Fernie,
charged with misappropriation of
|3,000 city funds, has been sentenced
to one year lu Nelson jail.
Gfltiflflitrau
An Intoxicated Jap on the
Warpath
T. Shlnamoto, a Jap employee ot
tht Futa Lumber Co., got on tha
war path ob Sunday night, and waa
' willing to tight a ,inan. dog or anything tbat wore tur. It waa about
ll o'clock when Mr. A. Clarke and
Mr. Watson wen returning home,
when tbey met tbe Jap, who crowded between them, and commenced
kicking a dog owned by Clarke, who
remonstrated and asked him what
waa the matter with him. He immediately attacked the men, Clarke
ln puehlng him away got hia linger
tn the Jap'a mouth injuring it severely. Clarke and his friend went into a restaurant and has hia finger
dressed, and on leaving the restaurant discovered tbe Jap In waiting,
who immediately again attacked the
men. Clarke pushed him down, Baying what is the matter John. On
rising tbe Jap went for Clarke with
a knife, slashing bim in tbe
face, making a cut several Inches in
length. While the would Is not aa
serious as it might have been, Clarke
will be disUgured for life. The Jap
was arrested, and elected to be tried
before Judge Ryan, and on pleading
guilty, was sentenced to 18 months
la Nelson jail.
Connelly
Who niudi" the goals: McWha 5,
Kelly, Simms, McGregor, Connelly
and Hcott, one ench, for Crunbrook.
Thrasher 1,  Boyce 1, fur Fernlo.
t   Fred. Reeves, was down from Wiu-
Wallace  derniere tnjs week.    He will  take    a
trip to tbe coast before returning to
Lewis windotmere,
A. C. Clarke; H. Laid; V. McKen-
ie, and J. MacDonald, all of Moyle,
were guests at tbe Cosmopolitan ou
Monday.
P. McKenzle, a    fireman on   No 7
west bound, was seriously injured at Club,  defeated
Jaflray Wednesday afternoon.     No 7  mediates by
was on a siding waiting [or the passing of a freight train.     As the train
went by he jumped off     his engine,
The Moyle Intermediate    Hockey J   Himo„ Taylor, returned  Wednesday
the Cranbrook  Inter- from a business trip to Cnlgnry, He
score of    2 to 1 on
Wednesday night at tbe Arena Rink.
left Thursday
ley.
morning for Klmber-
latont powers and talents with which slipped and his lelt loot wont under
be Is endowed by nature.    The work-  the wneol8 cuttl.. „„ „,„    le(t   ,,_
just below thc knee. He was
brought to the hospital at Crnnbrook for medical attendance.
R.  E. Beattie, left on    Wednesday
l a business trip to Cnlgnry.
Ci.nstal.le J. Walsh, and W. H.
Hoffman, of Fort Steele, were in the
city Thursday.
upkeep of bridges, railroads, canals,
tiers, breakwaters, arsenals, navy-
yards, etc.
' Mr. Borden quoting from Mr.
'King's December speech read at fol-
Itwi:
pier or breakwater, a rnilnwl, navy
yard or ursennl, bas feelings nnd desires with respect to nil these mutters Just the same nn a man who
works upon an ordinary public building.
1). J. Elmer arrived homo on Von-
dny Irom a bUBlnosn trip to Chicago
and othcr eastern cities.
Joe Mnrtln snys there is no Liberal pnrty in British Columbia, It has
all dieappaared in smoke.
H. O. R. Steward, IS. J. Button,
and F. C. Turner, of Medicine Hat,
were registered at the Crunbrook on
Wednesday.
A. Mutt, of Fernie, president ol
the Fort-Steele Brewing Co., was In
the city Wednesday on company
business.
W. Rollins has been confined to the
bouse for several days tbit week
with a severe attack of la grippe.
W. H. Jones, and J. M. Everett,
of Nelson, were regletered at tbe
Cranbrook Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lund, Miss Edith,
and Miss  Hazel I,     were    Cranbrook
isitors Wednesday.
R. H. Oarley, and W. W. Bradley,
of Nelson, were guests at the Cranhrook  Wednesday.
Mr, und Mrs. J. McTavlah, of Moyle, were Cranbrook visitors Wed-
nosdy.
H. S, Gamble, and V. P.  Vllllum,
of Moyie,  were    registered      nt    the 	
Crnnbrook Sunday last. i
I   The annua! meeting of     the Moun-
'"" tain  Lumber  Manufacturers assocta-
F.  J.  Smyth, of Moyie,  editor    of tlon  will   ho hold  in  Nelson  Mondny
the Moyie Leader, was in     the city n«it.     A number of Crunbrook lum
Monday. bermen wlll attend,
DUE SHIPMENTS.
Ore shipments from mines ln the
Oranbrook District for the past week
and yeai' to date were as follows:
St.   Eugene     168
Sullivan  1,024
12,558
. 19,397
V
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Total     1,192
11,986 ESTABLISHED   1895
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The day has come when tin- Laurier
Government has found out that it le
to their advantage to paj as much
attention to the people of the West
ati they have formerly done to ttuw
of th* Sait,
Ottawa  Free  PreM- The     Toronto
World says that "It I. Borden will
capture Toronto at the next election
How can he "capture" what be hi
ready haa
The last   reports from Ottawa in
ilicate thut th*     Duke ol Connaughl
may after all nol I
JudK'titc Irom  the reports    o!    the
weather praphi       thi immer
wiii be warmer than the past wtntei
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There  were   many   more   births than
deaths last year ui Cranbrook
ie the way to
Railways briti* population The
immediate and eontinuous construction of the Kootenay Central rail
way will make Southeast Kootenay
the must importanl .
ing and agricultural district m the
province.
NORTH     STAR     HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.   B.C.
(,.   il    I UOMr'SON,
Riii'i'lutor, Solictor, and
N.uarv   Huhllo
un,,,.   It, Id n.iil.iin.a,
I'R VNHHDOK, ll. 0,
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i', l, 8, \ r k.
CU \NBROOK, B, (J
|, T.  I UDLAVV,
Mining rutifriueer uuii
It l'.   l.iiuil   Surveyor,
I'.o   Bin 'im.        Phono '.'2J.
BUILDBR9
and
Contractors
P_a*s. SraciriCAi'ioNS
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
PHONK IH FO. BOX (Ms
AIL   KINDS  OF  BUILDING   MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
CRANHROOK,
11. C
Our  law-makers at   tbe  eoaat    sta
enjoying a period ..f rest      in matters of  importance    the . ml
leader  speaks,     an.i   the:; eotii
party ait.s <t..wn.
B     W     DREW.   Proprietor.
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O.d timers prehict an early spring
waa it hecauae of the uew January
lull moon'' or that of wild geese flying north
M!>:^lHi_JBEl__MBIua_¥ [VBHEL.MaxSE-'",
rwy
On all important nuestiom at the
present tune In the provincial legu
latnre, the Opposition leader an«l
party all address the house at once.
Now that the smoke of erne stnte
has cleared away, let us get husy
and boost for Cranbrook.
He who knocks the loudsst hem,
may And run umallest knock disregarded "over there" to hn no dream.
It la beliaved that l'JU wlll he ths
most prosperous year in wining
lumbering, and agriculture ever ex
perienend in the Craubrook district
There is every indication of iBtense
activity in the mining Ind as try, and
therefore, n vast amount of the very
essence of prosperity is likely to he
disseminated among the people. De
velopment work will ba prosecuted
with increased rigor, and the attention of capital is being gradually, but
slowly attracted, and confidence and
hope instilled Into tha minds of all
clnRBev. People on tlie <»■ tm.lt- gen
ernlly Heeni to realise thnt the district is on the sve of a mighty mining development occasioned by the
opening up of the Kootenay valley
to the north by the construction of
the Kootsnay Central railway, and
that the year 1911 will mark ths
greatest ore-producing era that the
district has ever known.
"A   STUBBORN  CINDEREU-A."
Great care has been taken by Chas
W. Goettler in his selection of tin-
people for bis various roles in bis
presentation of the Hough-Adams
and Howard musical comedy, "A
Stubborn Cinderella," which will be
the attraction at the opera House,
Tuesday. 31»t of January, 1911. Mr.
Goettler's opportunity for choice ol
artiste is a very wide one, and the
cast for thiB season's "A Stubborn
Cinderella"   lias   been   seleetpd     with
rhe
Hill-tins'   I
Season
f!        Is now open.     We
W Ic
are prepared for same,
$|    with a fine line of
RIFLES,
GUN3
and
AMMUNITION
DKS, KING & GREEN
Physicians and Surgeons
Olllco at Keaidence,    Armstrong Ave.
OPPIOB HOURS
Forenoons - - - - ii.iio to in. 1)0
afternoans - - - - 2.no to  4.00
Evenings - - - -   7.an to  8.30
Sundays 2.30 to   4.30
ORANBROOK : B. 0.
J. VV. RUTLEDGE,
M.MV..    V.S..
Oraduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto ln 1*98. tlrad-
ate and medalist ol McKllllp
Veterinary college, Chicago, III.
In l'iOO. Registered member of
British  Oolumbla association.
ALL  CALL.  NIOHT 4 DAY PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO
WENTWORTH
Cranl
B.C.
|-|C3T.EL_, c-r«_--br,ook»
Is a largo and attractive hotel of luperior
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
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OFFICE    AT    MCKINSTRY'S    LIVERY   BARN
CUANBROOK, B. C, j
F. E. Corrison li
Baud Master Oity Band.
Teacher of String and Standard     Instrumsnts.        Choir
trainer.
Phone 153.
CRANBROOK, B. C. I
GEO   D.   INGRAM
L. R. C. M.>   L. R. A. M
lOrganlit and Choir Muter, KNOX CHURCH)
Teacher of Organ. Pianoforte
Theory  and   Voice   Culture.
Pupils prepared for London, Eur,.,   and Toronto
1   Cmiicrvatoi y Examination..   Terms Moderate
PHONE NO. 335
CRANBROOK        -        -        B. C.
J.   D.   McBride
\ Hardware Cranbrook, B. C.
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brook Loiltfu, No. 34, A. F. A. M
I Ji^uhir ineetitiffi on
tim thl I'd Thursday
uf every month.
Viwitinjf brethren
tvolcotntn],
Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door]we_t
of Messrs. Hill 8t Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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APPLICATION   FOR   A
OF  RETAIL   Myron
TRANSFER I
LICENCE.
TAKK NOTICB thai nt ihe oust
aittlogfl of tbe Board of Licensing
Co mm 188 Ion era ol the City of i run
brook to l,e holden of tlie Btb da)
of March. 1911, I, Quel \n leen
the City of Cranbrook intend to ap
ply for tbe transfor of tbe 11( I
liquor license held in reaper 1 to tho
QueenH Hotel mMate on Lots 19, 2(1
aod 21, m Block B8, to Llna Andean
of the City of Cranbrook, Married
woman.
Datftd at Cranbrook, B   C    tbis 17th
d»y 'if  Der«mtjtu    A    D.   191 I
M-4 flimt Andeen
Woman'. most glorious endowment is the power
lu awaken and hold tlie pure und honest love of a
vturthy inuu.    When -lie luses il and still loves on,
no one in ttie wide world can know the heart agony
the endures.    'I'he woman who suiters from weakness nnd derangement uf her KpeeJttl womanly organism soon loses the power to swuy the lieurt of
"a mnn.    Her general health suffers and she luse1*
her good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability
und lit-r power and pri-sti >e as u woman.   Dr. It. V. Pierce, of
rhe assistance of his staff o! able physicians, Ims prescribed i
thousands of women,    Ile has devised u successful renii
nn-nis.    li is known us Dr.  Pierce's   l;avoiilc   l're..ei iji(. .
■peoiflO lor the wellnesses and disorders peculiar to women
lutes strengthens uud heals.   Medicine dealers sell it.   r1
Advise you lo aecepi a substitute in order to moke u little I.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN S
SICK WOMEN WEIL.
tlr. Plerve'. I'lea..m fillet, rejtulah sin. .treat I vt Sl ut.
\      Uni  Chiel -nglneor, Winnipeg,
:. vision     [Siiglneci      Viincouver,
.  .   ■ .  and  Moose .Inw.
Reaiilonl   ICiiLTineor,  Crunbrook.
N    K.  BROOKS,
Dlvislonnl Engineer 0,
P   R.   Cnlgnry,
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I W. P. ATTRIDGE, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, -MrsUrr
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NO.  li').  a. A. M.
Heguliu- moetMiga:—2nd Tee*
dny in oaob month e,l ei^ht
o'ulook.
Sojourning Companions are
cordlii 11.1 'nvited.
B.    H. SHORT, Serlbt -   |
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Our whole time is devoted to your wants in  the j
| J  Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every J
article that leaves our store.
| X We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time n<iod> are received that nre not No. i quality.
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TENDERS   wil
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to
all  mnterlnl.
Plann and forn
of
ten
lor
at tht following
offices:
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IN THE MATTER OP THE CltI.HI-
TORS'    TRUST    DEEDS    ACT
lutiO,     ASM    AMENDMENTS.
IND  IN THE   MATTER   OF   FER-
OflSON   \N1J TROWHB  INBOTiVRNT
I NOTTCE IS OIVEN that the above
Insnlvonts ol Crnnbrook, Dritish
Oolumbla, mi rylng on imniueHH a«
Dyers und   (lloanors, at   t Iranbrook,
j imve made nn nsBignmont t»f tholr
Estate to Nathaniol  I   Harrison,   of
CranhrooH    i\ccoiintnnt, for tho i	
eral hencfit of tholi   crodltors under
ithi* said Creditor's Trust  Deoda Aot,
a meeting of tho Creditors will he
held  at   tho  Law OfTlec of Hit* under
■slKno'l «' Cranbrook, f>n the 10th
dsy of   February    -911,    nt    Four
o'clocs m tin* afternoon (or the purpose of reoolvlng n Htntement of the
Insolvent's affairs, for tho appointment ol Inspectors and tho giving of
directions wiih roference to tho dis-
posaJ ol the ISBtato; nil jiersona
claiming to he entitled to rank on
the fflalato musl Iile tholr claims
verified hy Declaration with tho un-
jdorsignod Solicitors lor tho Assignee
on or before tho 1st ilny of March,
1911, nfter which dote the AHS'gner
will procoed to distribute the assets
tboreol having regard to fioso
plnlms only of which notice ■ImiI
thnn havo boen received, find Unit
tho snid Assignee will not he '.side
for thr assets oi nny pnrt then of
to any person of whoso claim notice
hnn not then beon rocolvetl,
Dated at  Oranbrook,  this 24th day
of January, a   ii.  wil.
N,  I   Harrison,  Asslgnoo,
of Oranbrook, hy
Harvoy, McCartor A Macdonald,
Hin Solicitors,
Cranhrook, B. C.
ANCIFNT ORDER,' FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 8943
Mai'la In I'nrmi'n'fl Hall 2nd and 4tb
Tlini-Kdiiy ol each month nt I p in j
allmp.
A.  MoUowun, Cblel   Riingur
O. A. Abbott, Secretary.
visitinbr Brothron mude welcome
CAMPBELL & MANNING \
Staple and Fancy Groc rs
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ORANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   ot   East Kootonny
Tnke notice that 1'lilwnrd Patereon,
ol Cranbrook, B. C, occnpntlon mer- I
chant, Intends to apply lor   permis- j
aion to   purchase   the   following de-
scribed land: Commencing at a post [
planted 16.11 chains due west of the
south-west corner of Lot 8744, Group
1, on the east edge of the   right   of
way   of the   Spokane   International
Railway; thence east 16.11 chains to |
the   south-west   cornor   of said Lot j
8744,   Oroup   1;   thence north along
the   west   houndary   of said  "lot, a |
distance of 40 chnins to said edge of
right of   way; thenre   south-westerly
along said sast edge ol right ol way, I
a distance nt 48.12 chains mars   or
Iohh, to point of commencement, containing 82.   22   acres, bs ths    same
moro or less.
1-8 rcdw.ird I'stiiton. j
Htawart Mo'r.a, A|tnt. !
Dec. IC, 1910.
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llf It's Paint and Painting
♦       We are here with the Gooils
j If It's Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We can't be beat
B. H. SHORT
Painter  and  Decorator:
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PHONE :W0
P. O. Box !>04
F.
PLUMBER AND   TINSMITH
Steam and Hot Water Engineering Expert
Hollow Ground
Boys' Skates
Skates
Sharpened
-Ill's north west corner poat, thence
east 80 chains, tbence south 80 chains
thanca west 80 chains, thence north
10 chains to tbe place ot beginning.
JAMBS OILL, Locator
Joseph Saulter, Agent.
Located this 12th day ot November,
1910. 48-52
28 cents per pair
15 cenfs per pair
All classes of Cutlery
ground at Reasonable Charges
NOTICB.
NOTIOB la hereby liven that thirty
days after tbs first publication of
this notice, I intend to apply to
ths Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works, and to tbe Assistant Commissioner ol Lands and Works for
ths district of Bast Kootenay, for a
llc.ua. to prospect for coal and petroleum on ths lollowing described
lauds, situat* la Block 4191 Bast
Kootenay:—
Commencing at a post planted on
ths   loutb Kootenay   Pus    wagon
oad, on Akamina creek, about four
miles sast of ths forks of Kleheneh-
a and Akamlna creek, being east of
nd adjoining James -ill's location,
nd marked Mary A. Thomas' north
ast corner   post,     thence soutb 80
sains, thease wsst 16 ehains, tbs.es
orth   SO    chains,   tbence    sast 10
bains to ths plac* of beginning.
MARY A. THOMAS, Locator.
Joseph Saulter, Agent.
Located this llth day of Novsmber,
1910. 48-11
FORT 3TB-LB ASSB.SMBNT
DISTRICT.
CRANBROOK
A Court of Revision and Appeal,
under the "Assessment Act, 1903"
for the Fort Steele Assessment District, will be held on Wednesday,
the 25th day of January, 1911, at 10
NOTE THK ADDRESS!
o'clock    in   the    forenoon, at     the j_Qoatell tni, m„ da. 0[ November,  tbtraoj to any person ol whose claim
HANSON AVE.
CRANBROOK
BACK OF THE OLD IMl'HKIAL HANK BUTLDINO
♦♦4>*>0«4>4
Court House at Fernie, and on Kri
:dny, the 87th day of January, 1911,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
i Court House at Cranbrook.
Dated at Cranbrook, this llth day
[of December, 1910.
J.  F.  ABMSTRONO.
Court ol Revision and Appeal.
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A.
WALLER
MASONKY
Steam Boiler,   Furnace,
and Septic Tank work
a specialty
Coat and »tock estimates
furnished ou application.
NOTICE.
NOTICK Is hereby given tbat thirty
days after   the first   publication   of
thence east 10 chains to the place of  regard only to tbe claims of   which   Assessment  for    the Olty of    Gran-
eginnlng. he shall   have had notice,   and that  brook.     Those making     complaints
FRANCIS   N.  TURNI8R,   l.riHtoi.    the enld Malcolm Leitch will not he  against their Assessment,     are    re-
Joseph Saulter, Agent.     liable for tbe Bald assets or any part : quired to have their protests In the
hands of the City Clerk (10) daya
previous to tbe first sitting of tbe
Court of Revision.
Dated at Cranbrook, B.     0„ this
16th day of January, 1911.
T. M. ROBERTS.
»■» C. M. C,
1910.
48-62
IN   THB    SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
NOTICE.
(Iu Probate.)
IN THE MATTER ol tbe estate ol
Archibald Leitch, late of tbe City of
Cranbrook,   Lumberman,  deceased.
he shall    not   then   have     received
notico.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, the 85tb
day of January, 1911.
W. F. OURD,
Solicitor
said Malco.m Leitch.
for   ths
4-7
NOTICB la hereby given that thirty !
days after   the first   publication
NOTICE is hereby given that all
0( persons having any claims against
this notice, I intend to apply to I this notice, I Intend to apply to ">e estate of the late Archibald
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and | the Chief Commlseloner ol Lands and Leitch who died on or about tbe 30th
Works, and to the Assistant Coin-Works, and to the Assistant Com- day of May, 1910, at Cranbrook, in
missiouer of   Lands aud    Works for I mlssloner of    Lands and   Works lor the province of British Oolumbla, arc
Addreas I P. O. Bos No. Craubrouk
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WATBR NOTIOB.
Notiee it hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain
• license la the Cranbrook water
district.
The name, aid accusation of thc
occupation. John Levett, Fasmer,
Oranbrook, B. C.
Thc name of the lake, stream or
course. Dandy Craek, a tributary
of Little Bull river.
The point of diversion. About one
fourth of a mile cast of the boundary
ol Lot 105, on Lot 4190.
Thc quantity of water applied for.
Two cubic (est.
Thc character of the proposed
worke.    Flumes, pipes and" ditches.
Tha premises on which the watcr Ic
to he used. Lot 101, thc property ot
the applicant.
Thc purpose Ior which thc watcr ic
to be used.    Irrigation.
If (or irrigation, deccribe thc land
tateatcd to be irrigated, giving
acreage. Low bench land, ahout 110
acres.
Area ol Orowa Landa to be occupied by thc proposed worke.    None.
Thic aotlee wae posted oa the 4th
lay of December, 1110, and application will be made to thc Commie
sioner on the 17th of January, 1911.
Olvc thc namea and addresiec ol
aay riparian proprietors or licenses
likely to be effected by thc proposed
■ worke, either above or t.elow tho outlet. Canadian Pacific lla-lwiiy Co.,
Lot 4110, Group 1, Kootenny district
JOHN LBVETT.
Craabtan., H. •.
tbe district of East Kootenay, for
license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the     following deac.ibed
lands,     situate in Block 4593   East
Kootonay:—
Commencing at a post planted
near tbe South Kootenay Pass trail
in Akamlna creek, about two miles
ast of the lorkn of Klshenehna and
the dictrlct of East Kootenay, for n required to send to   the undersigned same.
license to proapeot for coal and pe- solicitor herein   for   Malcolm Leitch, i
treleum on the     following described executor under the will ol    the said |
lands,     situate la Block 4513    East Archibald Leitch,   their   names   and I
Kootenay:— addressee and   full     particulars    In   .	
Commencing at a post pla.lt.i1 on writing of their claims and stato-
thc South Kootenay I'rss trail rnents of tholr accounts and the na-
about a aula east ot the lorks of turc of the socurlty, if any, held by
Klshenehna     and    Akamina    creek, them.
NOTICE.
TENDERS will bo received by the
undersigned up to, and including
31st, day ol January, for the excavation ol a tunnel under track at
Mile 64.67 Crows Nest Subdivision.
Length 310 feet.     Height 8 feet.
Tho Railway Company to supply
all timber for the supporting of the
ROBERTSON,
Resident Engineer,
Cranbrook, B. C.
CITY  OF   CRANBROOK.
NOTICE is hereby given that on
Tuesday, March 7th, 1911, the'Oourt
Akamina creek, being eust of and 'south of and adjoining Joseph Saul- And take notice that after the 1st °' Revision for tho Municipality ol
djoining Beatrice M. Thomas' loca- iter's location, and marked Frances day ot April, 1911, the said Malcolm ttie City of Cranbrook, B. C, will bo
tlon, and being a relocation of tbe N. Turner's north east corner post: Leitch will proceed to distribute the bold in tbo Council Chambers on tho
B. B. B. O. Land and Oil Company's thence south 8" chain., inonne vest assets of the said deceased among abovo dato, at 10-30 a. m. (local
license No. 1144, and marked James 80 chains,    rhenoe    norrli so chains   tbe persoiia entitled   thereto, having time) for tho purpose of revising tbo
TAX NOTIOB.
Fort Steele   Assessment District.
NOTIOB la hereby given, la accordance witb Statutes, that Provincial
Revenue Tax and Assessed Taice,
Income and School Tax, assessed and
levied under the "Assessment Aet"
and amendments, are due and Bathie on the Ind day ot January Ull.
All taxes collectable (or tke Fort
Steele Assessment District arc due
and payable at my office, situated at
the Qovernment Offices, Baker Street
Crnnbrook, B. C.
This notice In terms ol law la
equivalent to a personal demand by
mc upon all persona tor t-xee.
Dated at Cranbrook, B. C, thla
18th day ot January, 1911.
A. C. NHLBON.
Deputy Assessor and Collector,
Fort Steelo   Assessment District,
Cranbrook Poet
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NOTICE.
Notice Ic hereby given thnt DO days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
lor Licence to prospe.t for coal and
petroleum over the following lands,
eltuate la thc District of South East
Kootenay, Britlah Columbia, ln Lot
MM.
Commencing at a post planted at
er near three miles due eaet of the
It litis Poet ob thc C.P.R. survey
llac, which lc thc western boundnry
at Lat MM, aad bciag ths couth
west corner poat ol Icaac W, Antenna's claim, thence north 80
chalne, thence eaat 10 chains, thence
couth 10 chalne, thence weet 80
chaina to the point ol commencement, maklag Icl aeree, more or
lacat I
Located this Uth day ol October, j
UU.
Isaac W. Anderson, Locator
lathes W. Butte, Agent.      j
WU-Ui 1. Butte, Wltnesc. 10-1;
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No such   Extraordinary  Attraction has ever before been in Cranbrook.
Prices:—10 rows $1.50; next 5 rows, $1.00. Balc0ny75c. and $1.50. Yours   Truly,  R.  A.   FRASER, Manager.
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Calgary; Reslna Mott, oi Wheal
Centre Ubei te John Watt, ol Wheal
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la  Lu  Im    uaa.l.  feneration  ol    alaalrloal
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rnplill       aiming     purpoeat,   .eeorlu* iha
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s <aiula   • unly, illRaronca In   altitude between p.iin.   ul
•■-    k      .   . j   rlulilioni     i'iii.in..|lii"    is    lln. dlvuralos uml  return   ISO  leoi,  natural,
:   !   '.'"■' title ol Has dinrmlnii piece   and de    '"m '  '""" 5'«' "' ''»'" '" '«" race.
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tha aa tulU tmat "'""'   ""   "h"vl   loatuioa,     II  has n „1.,„1„„| ,,v Ul, ,,,,,„,„„,, „„,.,,     v,m„
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ol t.ni  4601). . est,  whoso thread Is novor losl sight :'iei day ..( Ootou.r, into, ao.i atipllea.
log "...  s.                       poal  ul  liar) of, no matter    how  Intorrnpted    by Hon will i,u oia.iu to tha Do—.mlssloner
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eight)    •->'    t'lui    ■                                        .,,,'.'' any  ripuilan    proprietors or     licensees
-  presentation here, "A Btul n Clu „„„ „r „,„„„ ,„„„„   ,„ „„„.    l0 ^
waki i iuti uerella   milieu buck with n record of ,iis,.i„(i by    tim propoaed worka, eithar
iu   ■'         s. paBt     portormancos,    Hilccosafill     in uhova or uelmv  tha nutlet.     Kootenay
every respect, and tho more mnntlan v""">'   -sad  Company,    N'slson, u. 0,
i Uie piece wlll bring to mind mem- ,:   "   w*"1  1''01'1  s,■,,•■ "• "•! ('"°-
Hi. Cranbrook,     H. c.; Wil
li   Dull.
:   thla  i-.i   l>aj
„l   .Nupl
llboi rn.,
ul tin. cutchy
sn- iiiiiI charm-
It,  il,.
lineal*!
NOTICE
intend
Pernio,   II. ,n.;
wyu   iiii.I   Harriot   Ntllon.
ll    il.   Hydraulic    l'„war  I',,mpany,
Llulltad.
Uii,cli  llulldlug
ouo ol the leading managers In Unas. Vancouver, B. o.
olllco.     Mr, Qoettler    hnn  ''• "■ "ddrsse, Oranbrook, B. 0.
I'or w. V.    <3l.HU. ita Solicitor,
Note—One    cubic   I.mt     per    aaounil     ta
,     ,     , , ,   ,_iulvi i   io 8.1.71  uiiuar'a luchaa.
(.nt   Albertson,   u     magnetic ,	
'riim Hi'iiauii "A   Stubborn Olnder-
t'llii" is under tin. porsonal direction
,'en that 60 days        "'' Clms' A' Qoottlor'     '"nm:">'
to npply to tbe
Notice ia
-,ter  date'   ' ■■■   "'''"•'    "    ""    Fn. ,,
II.ni. Ohiel Cominlealoiier ul     Lauds
,  , „      ,, „,, i   engaged a     must   ciipnb r     nu     ol
lor License to prospect l"i  cool tunl •    ,        ,
'   .    , ,, ,., .     prlnc pals nn.l chorus,
peti ileum   over tho following lamlB,
situato in the District ol Houth Bast
,,  ,   ,   ,.,, ,   , ,,,  comedian, who   can hihk and   dnnco
ootenay,  Hniisii i.iiuniinu, m  i.m
and who is nn actor ns well,   plays
Commencing al a    post planted at tl18 l""""""   '*< of     Mac.     Hazel |
P.   BURNS   6c   CO.
near throe mill's duo east of   tlio
14 Milo Post on    the   O.P.R. survoy  ,IU"  "   "l'"utl""  U"'"'
Phono 10
',., ............
P. O. Dol S
Kirkp, a Priniu    Uonna    of     (|iinlity
with  n   heaiitiful  lyric Boprana voice
Hue.    which is the western boundary  |,lu>s "'•'"l>  ''';:'""". ,1'"1 I"''1   •l»_-
of Lot.    4693,     and being the northeast corner post of Walter  J.  Abba'
I claim, tbencs south 80 chains, thenee  pimlmittya and     aprtghtly  Ml
neat uiphty   chains, thence north 80
nui ,,f the s.-veral numbers assigned
nii   will prove a veritable treat.
Lillian llnldsmlth Will lie     seen  in    the
pni-t of    Lois, nml n more doll-like
A. C.  BOWNESS
♦♦♦♦••♦♦♦♦
Importers of Foreign and Domestic
Liquors.
♦♦♦♦
Melcher's Red dross Gin.
♦♦♦♦
Peter Dawson's Scotch Whiskey.
********
'•> acreB,   more  or  Iobb.
21   Located  this 12th day ol October,
* 1910,
* Waiter  J,   Abba,   Locator
f                  Kathen  W.  Hutts,  Agent.
Willinm K. Butts, WltnesB.
5l) 3
A. C.  BOWNESS
f   eliains,   thence east  aichty  cliains  t.
f point ol commencement, makliig 640  "tUe soubrotto  never appeared here.
As ibe stately Lady likelyn, Miss
Mabel t'liarleliois is second to nnnc.
The rest ol the cast, includes such
favorites as Dan MoyleB, Nenl Burns,
lioliine Wagner, Edwin Burns, Lin-
ford Lellerson, ami Dr. Dudley C.
fosher, late   paBtor ol   n     Chicago
J|""   church who forsook  the   pulpit    (or
f ; «)<S'*<J^4'«"H><J,<H»»>*1*,I"***'«V*"< tlle s,Hi;i'-
I    .                                                        * Among the many song     hits   are:
£ "When  You Kiss the Lasl Olrl  You
, ~~ . ,     ..niif         i LoV8"i   "Don't  lie  Anybody's Moon I
LOCAL    NEVs'S.        | but     Mine".    "Love     Mo Just Bo-
a, cause",   "Adios Senorlta",   "I'm in I
f -ove With All the     llirls 1 Know",
f  %\**********r********** Idams' Ribs Alone°°ly     '''''     ''""'
I;  ,	
f     The lateBt—A  ghost party  at    the
£ Arena rink, next Monday evening.
*
A. B. Hill, ol     Birmingham,
wus in town Friday.
|   Baker St.
<».«,».«...i.i-A-s.s-j.i.s.v; *
Everything for
The    Smoker!
\Y« have the Imsi linu of Smoker's
Articles iu So r heasl   Kootenay...
Choice Cigars and Tobaccos
Clgar-Holders and Pipes*.
LESTER   CLAPP
The Tobacconist
LIQUOR ACT 1910.
NOTIOB Is hereby glvsn than on
tlie !7th ,Iay of December neit application will he made to the Superintendent of Provincial police for
tbe transfer of the license lor the
.      - sale ol "quor by retail in nnd upon
LrailbrOOk, U.   (..     -     W.  A.  Maopherson,    "f     Winniiiee,   the premises   known   as   tlie    Yuhk
1   wbb in thc city Friday. Hotel  situate at  Yahk,    British   Co-
M"?^^**^^***^***   lumhiii   from John Olbbon to Benja-
' i     i "i'n   lllloy  of Moyle.   British   Oolum-
"" Mr. and     Mrs. F.    M.    Young, ol   bia.
Port. Steele, were Cranlirook visitors John Gibbon,
Thursday. Holder ol Licence.
... Henlaniln Joseph Riley
F. J. Deaue   made a husluee. trip -^ „,,. .^CoVC^lMM
to NcIroti on Friday. .  ^^  	
"**" NOTIOB,
.1. McTavish, nf Jattrny, was jn tht iN XHB maiieij  o» AN APHLICA-
city Tbursdliy. '1'ION   for  tliu  \*aua ut  a dujiiinau   vw
  tittcdt.   Title  l(i   Lot  45  Bluok  v«   Urun-
brook city _i,ip   Qo9.
O. G. Moflatt. o!    F-ernl*.    wn« at     NOT,0E rg HEmauv QiVHM tllRt (t
tht Cranbrook Frtday. in mi  lntontinn tu untie at the explra*
  tfuii  or  one  month  aft«p  tim   flrst  uuMi-
on tion  hereof a du|itlfate of the  0ert.ll-
J, Buthorlana, ot OalRary   wiih   in C(tt0 (l/ Tjtlu   t0 tlie    Hll((Vn m#ntlonw)
tbe city Monday. .'"'  i» the     ntune nf Nile Uen»on whlott
  Oerltfloate   u  datod   mh   October,. 1001
NOTICB,
N'OTIOl. la hereby given thei SO *iaya
i.tui' ilm.. I 1 fttond to »|i|.ly ta the Hon.
Chief CommUeloiier of LandB for «
licei -rn lo |ir.ii|j_-t fur coal anil |ietro>
[.'um ovor thi lollowing landa, eituate
i. the District of fioutheaet fCootecny,
llritlah Columbia,  in Lot i.iys;
Ciitnnienrlng ei it poet planted at or
near fi uttloe due entl of the nn mile poet
un th- C. P. H.eurvoy line which ie the
went 'rn boundary of Lot iriVH, and be*
i a lhe N. B, Cornor puat of Daniel E.
Htggena cluim. thence inuth nighty (80)
chaina: Ui«uce west eighty (riot ohelne:
thence north eighty (80) ehalni. them'e
oast eighty (80) ohelni to the polot ot
cuinmeiiOttineat, making tit) aoree. more
,r leaa.
DAMKL  EI.   B10GE.VS,Loof*Of.
Bathen W. Butte, Agent.
William K   Butta,  wttneee.
Located   thla  let  Pay  ot  September 1910
i>«>e>e>e>e>e>e>«>e>e>e>e>e>e>e>e>«>e>e>e>|
Cranbrook ii
Livery
Wi* H'dt you to call aod try
uur ii w Coimlgnment of new
and Up to date rigs for
Winter   and   Summer.    Jtiat
received Topplr and  Reliable
HorBR8    at    your    disposal.
Oiv<<   them   a   trial mad be
convinced,
Phono 47 Oranbrook, HO,
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«>«>♦«>«>
Cranbrook Orchestra
FlliV E     PIECES
la prepared m »ooo|ii eugtyei ita
In fill'nlili tnuslo fur
BALLS, DANCES, ETC.
'~|    Aildi'i'^s i niiiiMiiniciiliiuie Is
K.  HA I.SAL I.
I'bone l»7 P, il. llox US
Oranbrook,      •     •     B, C.
VV.  R.   BKATTY
Undertaker,
Embalmer,
Funeral Director,
CUANI3HOOK, B.O.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
We  Cline
Of the old Manitoba lliirher
Ibnpaan uow he round in the
MANITOBA HOTEL
Wlrat Olasa Work In
all   braiuilitia uf the
Tonsorlal   Art''.
We Deal in Everything Frorr^,
a Needle to a Locomotive
e
Joseph H. McLean
OBALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALLY
BUYER OF FURS
..   0. —
S_gt>'s Old  Stand, Hanson Are
Phone »1
******************* J
|lJ <   LIVERY FEED J;
j & sale stable::
♦
Uuiii Single mul Doble
Di'iviTs, for nil parts
in' iln' district. Good
Siulille Horses, Hood
T noiils. Up-lo-diilB
RiKS.
I. f. Uracon, Manager
A   Ilattnn. ol Winnipeg, whs i:i the
city Thursday.
C, 13.   \yri'. ul Klk.,
Thurartliy.
auui nuiubered ij:i.i\
SAMlllll,  Unffi,
Dlltrlot  Ua_latrar.
Lanil  Haglany OIHca
Nalauii,   11. II.
ll   town   (tetulier   aisl,   1910.
r
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
i
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
Armetroot Avenue,
i > Phone 15T. Oranbrook, B.O.
Opposite k'nynl Hotel Phone ol
MM -Deacon. Proprietor, % "«~? SakZ "nd to"
RBNl.
WATER   NOTIOB,
WATER Nil 11. K.
Jonah,  anil  11.   Weston,  nf Cal-
6196,    4819,   6200,   19C5,    4332      "'   —■—■•-   "---""   W0TIOB 1. hereby flyen    tlial an »|.-
ri.it    mo    ten    79iu      -..,.,' K-ry. W<,|C lD "" n,y TnurBflay. plloitlon win ha nuiila under Part V. ..I
,_„,__ iu.),    JIJ,   7856,   7219,     72,111,   the "Water    Aot, 1009," to    obtain •
NOTICH la hereby given   thai    an  I ip  1    Kootenay illstrlot. „„„„ ,„ lh, c,.,,,,,,.^, WM„. n„trlcl.
amplication will be made undei   Part tg) Tbe purpose    for     whleli    tho .1.  H.  Wilson, ol  Bpokane,  wns   n (a| Tlie nama. addra.a, ami occupation
V. of the "Water Act   1909,"    t  water Is to be used.   Irrigation, giieBt ut the Cranbrooh Monday. of tha applicant,   li. 0, Hydraulic Pow-
taln a licence In the Cranbrook Wal (h) 11 for Irrigation   describe    the  — ,r coiol'any. -loiltod, Ha«d onlca, Van-
er District. land Intended to bo Irrigated, slnui/ „   „.   ,,,,,,,,               , "un'or. B.°.    Capital 110,000 divided
,      ™, .     „ ,„.„                  ,   . ' .   W ■   l.l'll'in.  of   lliiiiiiHoii.   was in up Into loiio sliaiva.
(a) The name   address and   iccnpa acreage,     about   8,000 acres,    boiut- Tie object, ol    Ms oomp.uy   lacludei
tlon of the applicant; Cbas.  F   Bod said Lots 6408, 6869, 8867, 6...1H. I,4i,2, l"n   ""'""'V-  „, „c„jl(mo„ lly   tmJ„ *„ ,n,.ecolvl
•rllng,   43.',     Realty   Bldg,      Spokane, 6407, 6196,   1966, 6199 11195, 4,119,  f2(IO, or „iharwl.a ol waler anil  wator p„»-or,
Washington.   (Real   EBtats  Agent.) 1966, 4333, 6194, 6193, 319, 71156, 7219, A.  B.  Fenwiek, ol Fort.  ■I'.iiclc, wbb ami  of   recorded   or     unrecorded  wator
(b) Tlie name ol the   lake, stream and "23<i. In the city Wednesday. a"'1 tn« application ..I audi water   and
or source      Elk river, <n Area of Orown land Inten led to   ",l"' '"'w"p '"r Prm,uol'l« »'"1 s*»ra-
,      _, .      ,        . ,        i„   „* ,.,i    i       ,u j i line  elactrlclty   and  lur   Ilia  purpoao  nod
(CI Tl"    ""'n'  ' i  be occupied  I     ths proposed works,     ,T, MoQM| o( Taront0| wna ,n the   |« the inannar ami mstbmls »t lorth In
city Tlnir«il»v inctlon  -U6 of tbe Witter Ant,  1900 ami
fi«ii«rfiil.v   in   •kaicIm   anil   cniiy   out    nil
tht   iinworn   and   iu-|vII«kh   OMnfarnxl   up-
wflN  in   on   Kowtp    OoinptniM by ••id     Wnter
Act,   190V.
(Ir)   Thu   iinmrt  of  the      Ink*,   fltroam  or
i»urc».   KU.  nivnr.
•iouifh About    1,000 f'-.'''     np-BtreB-m Nod*.
(rom thn Canadian  Pacific depot,  at     ik» 'Iiuu notice  w«n pnntAd on th*
old 0. P. K. pumping station.   dny of lipr-minur,     nm,   and
(di Th* quantity ol  water applied application will ha made to th* Tom-     K.  Bottorlll, ol OroBton,
lor fin   rubtr feet par   nnrr.ndj     (m» mlieloner on  tho   2"th dny nf Janu- thn city Thursday,
hundred  twenty  five ary,It'll, «1  two o'clock In the alter-	
(•) The rharnrte:   ol   the  propoeed noon.
wr,rk*.      Irrtcation,   pumpinK   plant, Hi CJive   the   numon   nnd   h idrween   _,
lumee and dltcbee to be conetructad ol nny riparian     proprietore   <r 11- r'»"»"'*J,llt ylritow Sunday met.
or*r Lote 7340. 7818, ion* and 4680 ceneeee    whn   or     whoee    landti are
(Ii The premleee on which tbe wn- likely to he nflwrted hy tlie propoeed     BORN- To Mr, and     Mra.   Gordon
Uf le to be u*ed   Lot* 6408,     ttK9, worke, »ither ahove nr    below     tb* Monkhousa, at     tho Homo hospital.
Y. 11. YnnnK, of Port Bteole, were     (,,) Th" I)oll,t °'    d,vo,»to" J700 tm
al...ul. aliova poat on waat bank markod
HI ic. J37 K.v. L, Oo., tha natural
lava) of "al..r IisIiih rnlaad Irani lliara to
point  117011  laot  up  atraaui.
(d) Tlia  nuantlty  at  water  applied for
(In cubic (aet par aaoond)  800 cubic fast
Mr,   MM,   •«<_,    «--,    MM.   lu-t   maaka.      sVMaMaa    I.  a,lM,4     ,, Thursday, .latiuary 2Cth, s daughter.  ~>r aaoaso.
**********************
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To llii|!|!y  Wheels
1GENTS   FOIl   CANADIAN OYOI.
ANU MOTOR (JO'S BICYCLES
THE PALM
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
B j Home Made Candy
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone 50     •   •   •      P. O. Boi 111. j m_    Tvadfi
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
| Twenty-five acres of good
i Fruit Land, three miles from
Cranbrook,   B. C„  for   one
i Heavy Team of Horses,   not
OONTRAOTSJBOL10ITED. ; under tw>,ve hundred pQUnds
houses
fur   Hale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
OfficeA Workshop—Lewis St.
Shone No. il.
and not over eight years old.
Apply To
E. CORBETT
Crtnbraok     ■ B. C.

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