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WhattheLaurier Government Has Done
dUlLTenV^mlUa that pie
treutlng ore Blnttrij tn "thatfound iii
tho Aurora, Not only did he Inspe t
tho mills, but be h A a thorott h
test mado ot th' o e tiUtui from ths
Aurora. Thl| oro runs higher in sine
Ibnn nny othOT found in Ensl Konlenny.' At n meeting of tho $htuu
holders hold In Moyic a few duys ago
tho following board of directors w h
elected .1. w. Fitch, president; J.
D Mo Bride, vioe-prealdetot; H. H.
Illinocl'., A. U. Cameron, Jumes Hyi.ti
P. P, Johnson and 1). J, Elmer, W.
L, Held, secretary ol the company,
was to-appointed to till tlmt position
Moyie Leader.
HAH  DISAPPEARED.
THE PRINTING SCANDAL
Mrs. Afenes Smith, a domestic, era-
ployed by the Staples Co.,   nt     Wy-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (Hue    disappeared   sometime    during
Saturday   night,   No   trace   of   tlio
missing  woman bus been obtain.d.
It would a[)j ear from   the   reports
Opposition Twice Asked for Investiga- wwivrt tnat the   woman   was de-
vpK lunged, that she left her abode, with
nothing on but a nigh;own,   though
her slines aud stockings    wero fo-inu
tion and Was Refused- Now We
See That It Was Justified
The government record since tbe
election of 1908 is about as follows
Mr, I'ug ley tins bud
agtiinst him the Sawdust Wharf
transaction; the giving of $4425 ralso
off to an Ottawa middleman in con
nection with tike renting of hulldin, s
for the government; and every one
of the numerous New Brunswick
dredg ng contracts Investigated has
proved to be a scandal.
The department of tho interior bas
been caught with the goods jn tin1
sale of the St. Peter's Indli n reserve for the benefit of Liberal speculators.
Tbe department' of   justice   showed
on the bans of the St. Marys river
a swift running stream that fli ws
near the house.
A report from Crother's mill in to
the effect tbat a woman was seen
roaming over the bills in tbut vlc-n
ity. Tne river and hills have been
ogistered carefully searched but up to Thurs
day no trace of tbe woman basbeen
found.
M. PUtrSLEVSPtik-vUftMANbES
Mr. Borden Handles in Detail Two
oi His iSu.intiaious
Aotiona
Mr. Borden at bis   Ingersoll   meeting tieated with full und   convincing
p.rtoi'ai. iuLs oi
The i onservative- mln rlty   in   the
public   accounts   Lommlttea   in esti
gated list   session tlu   payme.
borne $78,(100 lo a   real   estate
On.
up     very    badly   in   regard   to the <i ta.l two very
strange and suspicious escape of Bill  Mr. Pugsley,
Miner from   tbe    New     Westminster
penitentiaty,
The department of railways and
canals has had the case of ('lurry,
the solicitor, who ajied for und
against the governn ent simultaneously in adjust ng damage claims,
The transa ntinental  railway com
misfth n has had its    own   chief
glneer resign   on   the    ground
stealing was going on.
It has turned out that the Que.! oc
Bridge company mismanaged ths
contract with the great bridge company which    h u.dled    the    structure
which fell down, so that, the contract demnipg the transaction
waa   with a  dummy   company . irom   '-ihe famous   Sawdust   v\hai\   case
which nothing could be recovered.        vir. B.rdim explain d ful y   h w   Mr.
Ana* now there have been heavy pUgsiey pai.i „r,(KU for a ruin-u-s
stealings at the printing bureau, wharf ,n a -je ay ng vi age vhlch
which would have been nipped long the heelers had just bought fur $.(>...
ago bad the Conservative demind for After emplaning that the sac was
a general overhaul been granted. etlected ,n th^   heat of
The    Printing     Bureau     Scandals a--,i   was    concealed
BASE BALL
CARNIVAL
when
third
sl cal
when
Cranbrook Defeats Nelson's Star Team
"COS" VS.  HARMONY
Two Star Games in Which the Home
Team Is Victorious-Fans Enjoy
Week's Games
hit "only when it was necessary m
the second inning In -secure n strong
lead. Jt was a-thoroughly, satusinc
tory game and-the crowd, especially
the fans were wel'l pleased.
Tge exciting moment was
Nlelson stole second and then
taking a desperate chance to
home. Mulligan was ai bat,
Pitcher Gaven noticed Nlelson running to home, he ran out of his box
and pttohod to Pftulin, Mulligan
blocked thn ball unit started fui flrst,
t'aulin threw to llrst base, but Hra-
gaw failed to connect. This was the
llrst squeeze play seen by the Ol'Bfl
brook fans. Moyle people surround-
ed the umpire, Dontorth, who declared
the men safe; and that if the men
had not succeeded lu getting their
bases, he would have given them the
bases on account of the pitcher
leaving his box.
Moyie team wilted at the decision
and refused to complete the game.
The score Cranbrook three, Moylo
one.
-
Rev. Rutherford of Creston was
called upon and gave a short pithy
address. The lodges then reformed
and returned to their lodge room
where a reception was given to the
lady friends of the order. The lodge
then adjourned to meet at 9 p. m.
On openmg the work in the Orange s
i purple aud blue degrees was exempli
  lied by Cran rook lod;e and a num-
iber received the Royal   Arch   degree.
C0n(ill6(l tO  BOtll SIOCSltheF^rolebwthwnleft'bythe'loMa
on Wednesday.
BURNING
of Crow Une
by
the
that
pany which r ntte
Oi ta» a to the gov ernmen
ittin was $9,4t5 lor 1 ghting two
build.n^f The cunseiwiti.es proved
lhat if the go.ernment bad bought
bun bt tbe elecu c lighting in th-
ordiua.y way of business it would
ha.e paid only ',5j-iC. Tuts there
was a ra e-ott of $4425. 'ihe cas
was so clear th t. the com : itiee
unuHiiULiU;,.y passed a resolution con
Nelson met a second def at
Cranbrook on Tuesd.y evening,
score being two to one.
The game started in a sensational
m nner, with a run for Cranbrook
and no hing for Nelson. It looked as
if a star game would be played.
Neither side scored until the last
half oi the seventh when a single by
Mulligan brought in Nellson, and in
the lirst haK of the ninth a siug.e tu
right (io d by Stee.e, fumnle.' hy
Stinsou, let in Chapman, giving Nelson its flrst and oii.y score.
M.illoy struck o t e.even men,
while Kcene walked two men and
struck out four.
Phe Cran ,rook nine   demonstrated
by their playing   that they were superior to Nelson in batting, pitching
and < as,- running.   Only in one Inning
i   t f did Nelson reach third,
com- [   'phe record Is two runs
NOTES OF THK CAME,
A double play, Sullivan to Liuntl-
berg to Putter, and a three base
hit by Mulligan were incidents of tlie
game.
Malloy struck out 10 uun, while
dalvin struck out three and wal< ed
three.
It was a star game, with tho score
three to one in 'favor of Crnnbroon
when Moyie quit.
CONTRASTS THIS DISTANCES
LARGE fIRE AT MOYIE
LAVS FOUNDATION,
London, July 14.—Lord strathcon*
today laid the foundation stone of
the new Royal College of MubIc.
King George sent a dispatch consenting to become a patron of the institution. Lord Strathcona said he wan
present to per orm the duty of laying thc corner stone   because   owing
u* v. mi j   «- ei .mt.* *. .v    I to the death of King    Kdwurd,   the
nigh Winds Sweep flames Which De-JDuke of Connaught, who was oi
stroy Many Fine Tracts of
Heavy Timber
ally
tion,
rigin-
scheduled to perform this func-
could not attend.
WILL JOURNEY ON HORSRBACK.
Messrs. Coldle Stewart  and   Hugh
. McDonald of   Moyie   left    here     on
Forest ikes are   binning   all   over Thursday for a   three   weeks   riding
Southeast Kootenay. | trip.   Their route will be from Cran-
A  large tire at Kingsgate 1b burn- | brook to Canal Fiats and   over   the
lng un both sides of tlie Moyle river. ; Simpson Pass to    Hani!    th noe   to
At (urzon the bridge waa completely jMorley and about thirty miles nortfl
destroyed   on   Tuesday   night.  The :up the   McDougall   trail.   Returning
'to,Banff they will   ride   to   Calgary
seven   b.ts
two   biiilu n.:'   in '0fl Keene and one tun and three hits
show that the Conservatives were
wholly justified in moving In l'W8
and again ln 190y for a general investigation of all the spend ng departments of the government. Had
such an investlgatio.i been held in
either year, much would have caved.
It is probable that stealing has been
goin>£ on for many years; in th t
event it would ha.e been discovered
by the investigation and one or two he canJot remember, to Mr. R.be.t-
years of theft wou.d have heen avert- uon on tcco.nt of a de .t, the pared. It may be that all the stealing ticulars of which he cannot re,all.
has taUn place recently; in that He declared that he useii the liaUi.ce
e»ent the examination, with the up to pay other debts but he was unrooting of carelessness it wouldi have able to name a single person lo
tntulled,   the   alarm it   would   have   whom he paid   any     portion      " "
the elect on
^^^^^^^^^^^^ h.j coi.tinued:
The purchase money was drawn by
Mr. Munay in ft e and ten dollar
b lis. Assuming t at they were
e.|Italy div.ded that means (5C bill>
Which this net ve buelnes-i m n received and carried to his house. Ue
failed to give ay satis act. ry or
reasonable explanation as to iv.a disposal of these. He says he paid
a ceitain sum, tbe amount uf   which
caused to Uie taie.ish v.nes, the
tightening of methods, wuiud ha.e
had a sanlta y eittct. wou.d have
removed the breeding places of corruption, and so \, ou id- have saved ail
  of th
same. Tho eiglueer, Mt. Bte&d, did
n t disc ose to the department tire
important clrcu sta.ee that the
property had been purch se:l for
not more than one thousand dollars
oiT Malloy.
The score by innings is aa follows:
Cratforook   lOQOOQIG   —2
Nelson   , 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1—1
NOTES OP THE GAME.
Neilsob was struck by a quick return bull and laid out tor a few minutes.
Mai oy pitch.d great ball wid waa
a puzzle to Nelson.
1 Good Old Bear" Putter at first
played an errorless game accepting
every chance.
Jim Bates is the king of umpires,
his decisions fair to both sides.
MONDAY'S GAME.
On Monday evening the Nelson and
Cranbrook ie..ms crossed bats, the
Cranbrook nine winning with a score
of ll) to 7.
The visitors were first at bat and
were put out in 1-2-3 order. Cranbrook seemed two runs,
ihe g.iru.' was interesting from a
*' faun standpoint, though at no
time was the r.sult in doubt.
COS VS. HARMONY HALL.
government timber rangers have
large force at work but it Is impon
sl uie to stop its headway! Large
luuant'ties ot valuable timber is being
dest.oyed.
I Several small fires are burning
along ti.e Kimberley branch. Fiom
| Wardner to Fernie along both sides
of tbo Elk river the foiests are on
fire.
There is no doubt but that these
Urea set ny sparks from engines, as
ah the big flees are located along
tbe railway lines. The C. P. R. have
a large force of men at work but the
Montreal Paper Says Grand Trunk
Can Hardly Overcome Big Difference in Mileage
The Montreal Witness is a solid
Liberal newspaper, but it has recently been driving one moro nail into
the coffin that holds   the   idea   that
the eastern extension   of   tlu;   trans ^^^^              —w^m^wBi
continental railway   is   likely   to be tires are too extensive and they can-
anything but a politician's folly.    In nut be stopped.
Ita article, which appeared on    dune [n almost every case the origin of
22   the Witness gave   the   distances tho fires can be traced to spurns from
from     Montreal     to   various   ports engines,   It Ib about time the C. P.
reached hv the G. T. R. as follows: r, shu Id take more efficient precau-
To Portland     297 miles tions to prevent    these  <ttres   which
To   Boston         :i;ir)  Iniles I'*11" Pluce eveI*y year-
To  Providence  (nearly!   4<>" milcw ,    An extensive forest. Are ls   burning
it then continued as follows south of tbe town of Moyie   and   is
"Contrast   thtse     dis, anas     with BWeeplng    north,     end. ngering    the
those of thc Grand Trunk Pacific and town>   ^very available   man   1b  out
■ ty
uf the
lntercoi nlal railway from th
to St. John, N: B., and Irony
whole 0, T. V. contract snows it . u.
Being built primarily to develop
Canadian winter ports, the Grand
Trunk Pacific can hardly
the enormous didcience In
from Montreal or Quebec to St,
John—about 769 miles from Montreal
and nearly 600 from Quebec, as compared   with   481   milei	
lighting the tire and it la tupeu that
their eil^rts will meet with Buccesi*.
(vercomo
mileage
MINING NOTES.
It is reported that the Nortb Star
mine will be operated under a lease
in the near future.
The Stemwlnder ore haa been treat.
ed under a new process which it is
satisfactory. It
is possible that arrangements will
soon be made toward the erection of
a piant to treat this ore.
the stealing.     But    the    go.eiiiuant Mr.   Pugsley   considered  this a very
serious omission :.mi punished h.m
by incieastng bis salary $100 andi
giving him a bonus uf $200 n addition. The transaction is- so glaring
and so flagrant that it requires little comment, More
abstracted from tho public treasury
for purposes which may he imagined
nnd up to the present time tho government have not attempted to put
the property to any use whatever.
KK,:Kt"*.'TiON TO LAURIKR
would not allow    thc    inve.st.gata
lt sat on   the lid.   We   see   the   result.
On April 30, 1908, Mr. It. L. Borden moved tb.it Mr. Jus,ice Cussoll
bbouid be commissioned to in est c
gate the whjle service, "Thc public
interest imperatively demands, his
resolution ran, ' the anointment oi
an iniei-endent commission with full
power to make a thorough : nd
searching Investigation into the so«-
eral departments of the public service." The government caused the
house of commons to Vo e this dot n
On April 1, 1909, Mr. Do.eity mo.
ed a resolution which in part wns as
follows:   "Tnat lu oruV-i to   Mt   tb
cloud of su>pi...o . th tt   ree*8    upon
administration   of    tho   various departments, to h ti iy the demand >1
the country for h.nest nnd btrain   s-
lile methods, and to puige the pub
lie service of    n  efficiency,     rec less
waste and ct.rrr.pt pfacti es, it is advisable i nd necessary   ln   the   public
interst th.it a thorough and untrammelled investigation be   made   by   a  .-
competent business  commission  into afternoon   of   Mo,'.day
the workings of all the great spou<d-  would he devoted   to a
ing departments o. the government. *
This the Liberals vot.d down.
Now, Mr. Murphy became a minis
er, seven months before this resolution wai urte.ed. He hlmseil has
said that his s.itpict ns were arouse.i
soon   ater     he    became     minis.or
An exciting game of ball was played on ihuisuay between the U* Btno-
poiitan and Harmony Hall teams.
The "Cos" won the toss and went
to bat and in ihe first half of the
nrst secuied live runs, Tyler making
a borne run. Just to let the fans
Know that Harmonlzers were alive,
three runs were made hy them.
Noth.ng in the   second   for   either
time.   The most   iuterieting   feature
, of the inning wts Raworth   who hit
than H.000 was fu|. & KinKlei aiul waited   for   more,
saying that ho, was entitled to two
more hits, but Umpire Elmer roared
out, "go to the bench you're out."
j ln tbe fourth the "Cos" boys secured live more runs, and from the
bleaches came cries of "rotten;
rotten:"   In this inning the Harmon-
I i/.orn placed three runs to their credit
At tiiis juncture Manager Reeves
was pn; uitcd with a be.utlful bo*
(jnet of hay and clover with a pennant attached with the word president.
I At the end if the ttftjj a mob of
about I.'i fans rushed into the dia
mondi nnh bustled Umpire Elmer
trom th.' tied,things looted squally,
but good coinsel prevailed and Elmer umpired the game to ita close.
Lahoy and Tyler of the "Cos"
made home r.ns aid   Pitcher   Davis
,,olcu     -   — - thei. R
from Montreal and St.  John, and 297  H&^  na8 been  vcry
from Montreal   to Portland, and 335        w-t-   *.-.._*
or 340 mt.es from Montreal to Bos
ton, via the Grand Trunk railway.
In addition to this the buhding of
the eastern division of lbe Ll. T. P.
may, and probably will tu e practically ad the traffic the Intorc
railway now obtains from
Trunk at Montreal,   aud,
Placer mining on   Perry   Creek   Is
progressing though the water Bupply
is diminishing.   Were it not   for tfcw
the Grand  fireq,.ont showers   In   the   mountains
to   crown the wuter in the creek would ne lower
alii this,  the   government   hns   pa d  than usual at this time of the year.
half cost of    dou'i'e    tracking     the i 	
Grand Trunk between wt. Lambert | a crew of men started the construe*
and St. Rosalie Junction, a distance tiun of a wagon road to the Society
of thirty-one miles '       *** *    —*■--*
Nelson is the only city in thc Koot-
What does thi* iman except that Mr. enay district which the Uurler party
Nelson Boa.d of Trade Joins the
Liberals in Extendi g
Wold'mo
Nelson, July S,■-A joint meeting o(
the Ne s n Hoard of Trade and the
Libera Association was held for tbe
purpose of considering plans for the
entertainment of Sir Wilfrid Laurier
d ri.g hr- vlsil of Au&ust 2? to 29.
It is planned th.it the morn-hj and
'""    * August    29,
       civic   enter
tainment to be f llowed by a political
meeting in the evening,   'ilv morning men" an^ five base hits   were secured
and   afternoon   entertainment  ls   in  aRajntJt him.
the hands of a general committee ap-     At the end of the fifth both teams
pointed by the Nelson lion *d of Trade, wero all in and   lt  was   douttful   if
und the Liberal assoc ation. there was a man fit run a base.   At
  for   the
benefit of the I, R. and G. T
which as far as the former is concerned, as we have said, can be of
little rsc as soon ns thc Grand
Trunk Pacific starts to cut into the
I. C. K< traffic.
The government can hardly control the traffic over the Grand Trunk
Pacific should a shipper route his
goods, and this is where the criticism of the leader of the opposition
will make it-sell felt in the minds ol
those who have nil along claimed
that the eastern division of the
Grand Trunk Pacific was being built
by the government not for commercial but for political purposes. If in
winter a shipper in Winnipeg routes
his goods for export via the Grand
Trunk Pacific and Grant Trunk, the
goods will go via Portl nd; if in
summer, they will come to Montreil
mutual  uul mine on Monday.
R., but
^mmim,m^mm_mmmmmm____ It I*3 expected
that the road will be completed in
00 days, As soon as completed the
mine will commence shipping ore.
The annual mcet.ng of the Canv
bi'ian Mining company will be held
in Moyle, Tuesday, July 09.
Monday was pay day at the St.
Eugene mine.
THE uLURIOUj TWELFTH.
Orangemen of tbe Distriot   are
UutBts of Iranbrook
Lodge.
Tucsilay the Orangemen ot Croaton,
Fernie and Oranbrooit met In il.is
city to celebrate the 22Cth ann. ■■ improbably by tne FeVlakMirom ;*» of the battle of Boyne The
Port Arthur to Mlttlan.1 or Dapot Oranbrook luige No. 18)1opened In
Harbor and Grand Trunk to Mon- N>« opera house and prepared to
treal The same aODllea to went ' meet the visit.nK brethren. At 12
Ed tramo^The government   can o'clock noon the lod.e marched in
and return home from* there hy way
of wagon roads through tbe Crow's
Nest Pass They intend to camp out
through the en-ire trip.
FOR THF SAVING OF LIFE
Government Orders Mine Re-soue
Apparatus.   Three Stations
Will Be Equipped
The Mines department of B. C. of
which the premier Hun. Hiehard McDride is head, has placed orders with
the Dnv'ger Oxygen Apparatus com-
puny of Pittsburg, Pa., for complete
mine iescue apparatus for the equip*
ment of three mine rescue stations in
the principal coul mining ureas of
British Columbia, one of which wlll be
established In the Crow'* Nest Pass
district and two nn Vancouver island,
ihcse ritittiotiH being in cbur^e ot the
resnectlvu iiispuciorsand in uceordancu
with thuatnendineutto thu "Coal Mines
I logioii Act'' which lieeame law of the
nrovtnco on the 10th of March last. It
is both hoped and expected to have
these stations established before tlie
close of thu present your, thereby immensely augmenting the modern facilities for life saving in the event of
colliery disasters should any occur in
future.
HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION
Twenty pupils were candidates for
high school entrance examination In
i ranbrook, and eight passed success*
fully,
'I'he (successful candidates were:
Par Cent
Melila Steward   710
David D. Simpson  660
Florence VV. Wood  600
Raymond A, Armstrong  569
iVm. Y. Brown lee  661
Morris ti. Mackay  6u7
Vivian J. SUsons 651
Sidney L). Elmer  560
Fort Steele had one candidate, who
fulled to pass.
Moyle also had one candidate, who
failed to pass.
Wassanad two candidates (private
study),   .lames Blake, 570, passed,
only control traffic that
ed. The Hon. Mr. Fielding, however,
believes that the patriotism of Canadian buslneis men w II furnish thc
i'ne with lots of trarllc; but patriot-
Ism is not likely to figure very much
,,    .. , ,   ..   . .    ,in tbe rap'd transportation ot goods.
^l"?^?^"!LW!!i^?-f?I I The- Canadian business mn.-, no mat
ter how patriotic   be   may   be,   w.ll
L3 safe hits, two three base hits and
two home runs.
Tyler of the "Cos" struck out nine
body to to the station to welcome
Kernie anil Creston lodges and on
arrival of thc trams, all the lodges
headed by the Cranbrook band returned to the lodge room. They
then adjourned to meet at 2 p. in.
for thc regular Orange walk. Headed
by Marshal! R
marched from  the
BLAME THE CAT
The compounding of an accident
is sometimes a complicated process.
Geo. Harrington, of Detroit, an accident insurauce man, went home early
to poison the cat. He mixed the meut
und arsenic und then went out to look
Iur tlie cut. Meauwhiln Mrs. Harrington arrived home, cooked the meat and
tbe arsenic, and shared it with Oeorge
for dinner. There are hopes that the
Harrington accident policies will riot
become claims: but fancy the feelings
uf thut rat! She will be blamed for the
whole trouble. -Montreal Sur.
AGRICULTUKAL MKETING.
Murphy, knowing th.it his own s en
ing department was in bad con Ilti n,
voted against tbe resolution in U0S{
MILL POR AURORA.
Plans are practtcn ly perfected for
will visit. Premier LatlP.er and party
wid resell Nelson from the coast Saturday, August 27. Th> Sunday fol
lowing will be a day of rest. Monday's programme of entertainment
will Include an excursion on thc lake
uring the morn.ng.    In   the   aft
this -tincture, seeing the winded condition of the players, Umpire Elmer
cnlU tl time find gave the game to the
"Cds". The sci re being 12 to 7 in
their favor. And then the fans yelled "rotten!   rotten    rotten."
C.
The gnme between    Cranbrook and
Moyie un Friday cubed in   a stormy
the erect.on ol a mi 1 on the Aurora noon a reception will be tendered ut  manner, the result of a aqtieeze play
mining property on the west side of tho city pirlt followed by a political L- «-■■—-       ■ -■ ■*• -   -
Moyie lake,   'lhere   ls   no     fiuejjtloh gathering in the evening.
about the concentrator   bolng  built,	
and if the plans are carried   out   ns     linkway    trainmen   at   Lrthbrld*;c
outlined the plant will ho   ready' to and alott,' the Crow lino are inning
handle ore this fall.   Superintendent nrfnngein?nts for a   picnic   at   El o
Ditnock has just returned   from Den nnd Crnnbrook during tlio latter part
ver, Colorado, where he was inspect- of this month.
The Rob'ilh government hnn done
things, among which It. bus socurod
government control  of  freight   rates,
._..  , __„   jt has ad nncoil tbe cause   of   good
by Nellson and Mulligan of the Cran-  roads, aid last of nil   has   been   re-
brook' nine. t rned with a arge  work ng maji
The home toam got enough runs The above news must b> very In-
m tho second inning to give them a teresting news to Sir. Wilfrid Lnu-
mifo margin, and a run in the eighth rieri wn0 retched Winnipeg this'weak
cinched the game.
The home team played like profes- | Mrs. M. o, KI g of Vancouver Is
smnnls out after the   pennant.   They   visiting friends in the city.
A meeting of the Cranbrook   Agricultural association   was held in the
Cranbrook    hotel    committee   rooms
Wednesday evening.   President G.  P.
A   Fraser    *bh«y iTisdale tendered his  resUnatlan and
ipera house by W/ B* SS"1?,*1? Wf eIft*d. ,in *M"
hurrtlv leavp hi« .mods unruiitcd if *ay of Maker street, Hanson avenue, I'l*™- The dates for the fair Xhis
Hi*?Lsn7th«i ,S,Z „ Lofils street and, But well avenue to V™ •" Hepteinlier 2 a:»d 22. ibe
that mentis they must   nc natt.eu an a*atlA  naitt. thi. .'..v.-iimu-in .prize 1st  s being rev sed and will be
the way from St. John, N. U.t over thf band stand,jmu  ™ I^f^ffi ' n the hands of the printer in a ebon
the    Grand Trunk pacific, a distance  building and   halted    there   for   the ,,
ofabout   750   miles     to     Montreal, speeches.
p I   Woishtpiul Master J. A.    Campbe 1
2(j;i wns chairman and called upon Mayor
vi,, Kink, wiiu ga e an addles*   of    wol
45)1   come  to  the  assembled   lodges.   Rev.
C 0, Main was the next speaker aud
in n short,    forceful     address   dealt
, with some uf   the   re sons    for     tlte
Orange association,   It'-v.  Gordon of |
Kern e was th n    called     upon   and
Minis In no uncertain    terms  of bis
sympathy and respect   for the order
und its aims.
Grand   Orgnni'/er   Whltoly   followed |
with an   addr-ts     deal ng     with the *****************
origin nf the order, the neceisity fori A maiiiCne has been Invented for
it, its aims and nnswored some of tlie training base ball pitchers without
many arguments against the order, [the assistance p( other payers. If a
Mr. Whltoly is an interesting and pitched ball croseefl tho plite It will
forceful speaker and his address wan till a frame, close a circuit and ring,
listened to with  great attention.        a bell,
when by muting the goods
R., from Ht. John ho will sav.
miles, nml from Portland, Mn in
the Grand Trunk, he will snvi
miles.''
MANITOBA   ELECTIONS
time. 	
DISTRICT   MEETING.
Tho district meet ng for the Kootenny district was held In the Meth -
di St church here Wednesday. 'Ihe
following ministers were Io at
tendance : Rev. H. Cook, Moyle; (i.
II. Hamilton, Kimberley, P, J. Dim
mlck, Pernio; K. J. Rutherford, B, A.
Creston.
DEVICE FOR  PITCHING,
ty ESTABLISHED   1895
A. B. GRACE.
Editor
Subscription    -      -      $2.00
Per Year
Advertising rates  made   k
application.
nuwu  on
<ur^o;wfc)n^Er->
a*.!,,,,   »»«».».«,„.. .J.^*     mortltjB of the city council   a   letter
tL/itc »TO0iicrtor. > > '>"" »■»* f*1'. *t»tini- thai n,,.
'      «'**'-*,""-*K-v-v**-*.»   acott Ai.( |s to    he    „u<,IllI)t(,(1   |B
Prince inn t at nn   early Mate, net
ting forth tlh' mlvantaKi'x whloh be
claims for this measure discredited
by thus.' who have hud trxpertejloa u\
us', workings In Bhwtarn Canada, aad
(upreeslnj the "hope thnt no uii-
stacle will be placed in the wny of a
free expression ol opinion by thu
eity." In moving that the letter be
received aud cued, Aid. Hlldltoh
warmly resented tht pbraae Quoted as
conitltutlnd "a gratuitous   insult to
lbe council " The major.ty ol the
Board preferred to ignore the discourtesy in charity to its perpabra
tor. it is significant that tb*. Bcott
Act campaign Ln l'i ince Rupert baa
the support of no (ewer than lour ol
the "blind ins." proprietor* who re
Cently Iiuve been convicted and hoav
iiy fined through the activities, ol the
Provincial Police.
Tbe contention of soma that young
i pie a i' u 'l ii't see   tlie   light pic
tures mny iv all eight, lint there
are h whole lol ol large sized, htaiy
men in CranbrooK whom it would
not hurl a great deal
Thero's a in*in in   CroAbrook   who
iievei    nil we    his wire bo do more
iiinii liali the household work. She
puts up the preserved fruit m sum
mer ami he puis them down   tn win
A TRIBUTE TO MR:  BORDEN.
Sir Mackenzie Howell, ilie veteran
ex-prem.er ol Canada, recently paid
a line tribute to Mr ll I. Borden,
the leader ol the Conservative oppo
Kitton tn tbe Dominion House ,i| Com
mom,.   Bit Maokeniie   deelared   tbat
Mr. Borden Is •in every sense worthy
ol the position" in wide.1 be was
placed by tbe unanimous vote ol the
Conservative members in tbc House
of Commons He is 1111 bones!
man. ' continued Sit Macttenele,
whose public am1, private actions are
prompted by the highest l.lcuU He
Is one of the same class of men as
Sir John Thompson He abhors
trickery ami duplicity. The Consul
vative party gains by Ita association
with Mr. Borden a leader ol whom in
is proud." No tniin is '.11 a better position to give all opinion on the sub
ject than Sit Mackenzie Howell; no
one more qualified by long experience
of public ami paiiiiiineiudiy life to
judge of the qualifications of a man
for the important position of leader
of a gieat political party 111 tbe
country As a member for many
years of th? House of Commons and
afterwards of the Senate. 111 which
he has led the Conservative opposi
tion, as Minister of Customs in three
successive Conservative cabinets, ami
as a premier himself. Sir Uackensie
has had exceptional opportunl leefor
studying the qra'incaiona of the
many men with whom he has come in
contact Ln a parliamentary career
extend ng over tbe long period of
forty-three years, that is. dur.ng the
whole existence of Confederation,
having been elected to the tirst l'ar
liament of the Dominion in 1867.
Not only Consec attves but men of
other political views wi.l appreciate
the tribute that Sir Mackenzie Bow
ell pays to the Conservative leader.
The knowledge which Canadians have
gained of Mr. Borden's methods and
conduct since he has occupied b «
present position, entirely contirams
thc est matl n in which Sir Mackenzie Unwell holds him. In the ereat
game of politics Mr. Uorden will win
honorably or not at nil. aud It Is
not difficult to see that Liberals are
beginning to realize thnt. In all the
attacks that the ministerialists In
the House of Commons make on the
Opposition leader they never venture
to charge him with countenancing
"graft" or corruption in any form
or of stooping to any dishonorable
tactics in tlie hope of gaining a
party victory. As Sir Mackenzie
BoweH says, Mr. Borden's private
and public actions arc prompted hy
the hlgnest ideals, and thc ettect of
this on tbe moral of his party cannot but be m. .Ht. salutary and bone
tidal.
There Is no doubt that the people
aa a whole, irrespective of party, are
coming to place entire confidence in ;
the personal Integrity and political
morality of Mr. Uorden. The position of leader of the Opposition un |
der the circumstances which have
existed since Mr. Uorden undertook
the onerous duties pertaining to it,
have been such as would have been
likely to expose the weakness or de
fects of a man inspired by less lofty
motives. Mr. Burden has come out
of tbe ordeal unscathed. It 1b admitted on all hands that he has
grown greatly in the public esteem
during the years of Mb leadership-
years of discouragement and disappointment as tbey have been as far
as party success waB concerned. But
Mr. Borden has steadily gained in
popular confidence and Liberals
themselves admit that hiB accession
to office the country will have as its
chief executive a man in whose hands
the national intetests will be Bafe,
and who will tolerate nothing among
his political associates or supporters
that savors ol corruption or dishonesty, or that is incompatible with
the highest Btandard of political
honor and the fullest recognition of |
the trust that Is Imposed on every
occupant of an official post. In Mr.
Barden aa its leader thc Conserva.
tive party has an asset of the value
of which to the country the people
of tbe Dominion are becoming cog- ;
oisant.
THK  WATKlt    SUPPLY    COMPANY
LTD.
NOTICE  OF   DISSOLUTION
The affairs of the Compnny having
been fully wound up and the liquidator having made un account showing
the manner in which the said winding
up was conducted, which account is
attached hereto, and tbe property of
the Company having been disposed
of, notice Is hereby given that a
general meeting of tba shareholders
of the Company wlll be beld at the
Company's office at Cranbrook, British Columbia, at the hour ot live
o'clock in the afternoon ,u the Uth
day of August, 1'ilO, for ths purpose
of considering the said account aad
any explanation that may lis given
hy tbe Liqlilator.
Dated this 6th day of  .lulv. I'll'
N    1.   HAItUISON,
Liquidator.
W.  P.  lll'ltU.
7-30 Solicitor for Liquidator.
An absolute failure in Nova Bcotla
also in Ontario, 'tbe infamous Bcott
Act" will be foisted on British Vu
iiiiubiH, if the people don't smphatl
caUy enter their protest.
The "Scott Act" is to be tried in
British Columbia, With recoueotlon
ol Scott Act days tn Ontallo. "says
the Phoenix Pioneer, failure stares
the movement 111 the fnee."
In order to get as ...uch money as
Jack Johnson received on the Kourtb
of July, the average preacher would
be compelled to preach 8M years.
HARVEY,   McCA-RIER,
am.   M.U'OONAl.n,
Barristers nml Solii-iUirs,
•ivANllROOK, B. 0;
VV. F. GURD,
Barrister. Solicitor, eto,
CRANBROOK, H.l'
r,. II   THOMPSON-
Barrlster, Solictor, nml
Notary Public
Office—Uoid Buildings,
CRANBROOK, B. C.
MTn.ii tires Her Nightie
Feill.e. B. C, July 10. The wife Ol
Dairies Hughes, bartender at the
King Edward hotel, was severely
burned this morning at 2 o'clock,
Mr Hughe.- returned from the hotel
at that hour and Mrs. Hughes came
to th.' door to admit him, lighting a
match, stooping over to find the keyhole .11 the door, the flames caught
hei ni ht gown and in a moment she
was enveloped in dames.
Mr Hughes broke through a wia-
dow and extinguished tbe flames, but
not until Mrs. Hughjs waa burned
about the breast.
McVJTTIE & PARKER
P.LS. & CE.
CRANBROOK, B. C
CBANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICE la hereby given tbat thirty days from date hereof I intend to
apply to the Chiet Commissioner of
of Lands and tbe Assistant Commissioner of Lands tor ths diatrict of
East Kootenay for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described land in Block
4593: Commencing at a post planted
at the southwest corner ot Lot No
seven thousand two hundred and
eighty-one (7281) being the initial
post southeast corner; thence (SO)
eighty (80) chaina north; thence (80)
eighty chains west; thence etgnty
(80) chains south; thence eighty (80)
cbains east to point ot commencement and containing six hundred and
forty (640) acres, more or less.
Located this 30tb day of May, 1910.
T. O. PROCTOR, Locator,
25-29. James Fisher. Agent.
B. C. LIVERY FEED
&   SALE    STABLE
Both Single and Doble
Drivers, for all parts
of the district. Good
Saddle Horses. Good
Turnouts. Up-to-date
Rigs.
, Opposite Royal Hotel Phone 91
Doeast & Deacon, Proprietors
J. f. Deacon, Manager
A  SENSIBLE MAYUB.
In Kred Stork, ['rince Rupert has
lound a sensible mayor. Anyone
who knows hnn knew that he would
easily defeat hi.- opponent In the
mayoral contest He bad estali
llsbsd a record in Fern.e ol which
any public man tnlubt well be proud.
.Apart altogether from polities,
which should be Ignored in municipal
matters, and ln spite ol the fact that
Mr. Stork Is a lifelong Liberal, it |
must lsi admitted that he possesses I
all the necessary qualifications for
successful public service He is a man
of high persona, character, ot absolute honesty, be is broad-minded)
progressite, tactful nnd diplomatic.
He makes no enemies and many of
his warmest friends belong to the
other camp. He has initiated bis
term of otlice in Prince Rupert hy
Introducing "hi^h license' which Is
the only practical method of conducting the drin't traffic. It will have
the effect of closing the  "blind pigs"
and   ol    heading   ofl Dr   Bpencer's
nostrum,  the  Scott   act.
Rev. Dr. spencer, superintendent
of the Locnl Option ior Scott Act)
campaign in British Columbia, seems
to bo peculiarly unfortunate in his
disposition to regard all constituted
authority as dishonest or diH.ionor
able when he hns dealings with It.
Ijitterly he has been touring the
country condemning Premier McBride and his government, in all
tbsir works Now he in heard irom
In Prince Rupert,    where at the   last
i| Cranbrook::
Livery
We ask you to call and try
our new Consignment of new
and Up-to-date rigs for
Winter   and   Summer.    Just
received Toppir and  Reliable
Horses    at    your    disposal.
(iive   them   a   trial nfld be
convinced.
liions 47        Oranbrook, B.O.
**********************
J. T. LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C. [-.and Surveyor,
I'.O   Box 2H6. Phone 223.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
;; Dr. E. VV. Connolly ;;
Physician and suroeon
Oltice; Armstrong Ave
9 tn 11 li.r
HOURS
I! to 4 p.m.       to B:p.iil
Phone Offlce   105.
J. W. KUTLEDGE,
M.M.V., V.8.,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1898. Gradate and medalist ot McKIUip
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
fn 1900. Registered member ol
British Columbia association.
M.L CALLS NICHI . OAY MOMOTLV ATTINOIO TO
OFFICE  AT  MCKINSTftV'*   LIVERY BARN
CRANBROOK, B. C.
F. E. Orrison
Band Master Olty Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.   Orchestra furnished
Phone 153.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
rnnbrook Lodge, So. 34, A. P. A. M
Iti'gular meetings on
the third Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethron
welcomed.
W. F. ATTRIDQB, W. M.
K. W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
<fi&W^^<iy<iy*>$.-$,*Q>Q>*<$**<to**
I  STEWART'S  I
ANCIENT ORDER? FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, H43
Meets in Carmea'a Hall 2nd aad 4th
Thursday ol each month at I p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chiet  Ranger
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting. Brethren made welcome.
The Leading Fruit Store.
Choice Oranges, Lemons
'SUNKIfiT BRAND"
Bananas   Figs    Dates
Sweet Potatoes
Celery
Hot House Lettuoe
Rhubarb    Cranberries
Ku-wait's lineiOhooolales
CRANBROOK AERIE 867
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREAtLES
Meet every Friday at 8 p.m
Visiting  Brotners Cordially   Invited
W. R. Johnson, acting president,
W. F. G. Carter, acting Sec.
Aerie Physician,   P.   O.   Box M.
MM LEW REBEKHH LOOSE
Meeu tvsry second and fourth
Wednesday at new Fraternity
r|all. Solourlna Rsbekahs cordially Invited.
N.G. Miss L. If. Tannhausw
See.    Mies Mae Chapman.
W.  R,   HI'ATTY
Undovtakoi*-
Kmliulmt-r,
Finn-nil Dtveoton,
CRANBROQK, B.O.
E. K, P. & P. House
THAT'S US
We handle Flour, Feed, Hay and Uraln, Butter, Bgga, Canned
Goods ol all kinds; I'otatoes, Harness, Tea and Cones. Our prices
are riitlit       Your patronage Mollcited.
ast Kootenay Produce & Provision House
....»»............................. nm.., ,.,,,.
jjsiiiinniiiiinviniinvnnnniisrsrniwrrts
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO    IJI,.   li. A. M,
itl>gl*lnl' iiioettn^s: 2ml Tuns
>ln> lu ouch mOUtll nt eight
u'olooh
Kitjtiui'nlug Couipibloni are
I'orillnIK Invited,
II.    li. HIHiUT, Scribe ft
Mux 'M'i      OltnNUKOOK, U, 0,
I *********************
ii   W.   CLINE   ii
Ol thf  Old   Mmi-tt-bN   HiihiT
Shop out now be found In tbo
MANITOBA HOTEL
lei rut t'lass Work In
all  branches ot the
<; Tonsorial   Art j j
**********************
We Deal in Everything From
;i Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DEALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Ave
Phono 991
ii George  R.  Leask & Co.;:
BUILDERS
and
C OHtractors
Pl.ANS, SPRCtFICATlONS
AND   ESTIMATKH
FURNISHED 01 AfPLIOATIOM
sV-ffllj I'HONK 114 V. 0. BOX DCS ' '
i ALL  KINDS OF  BUILDING   MATERIAL ; '>
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
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D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Ssle or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
"»hono No. Ml.
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
AGENTS FOR CANADIAN CYOLB
AND MOTOR GO'S BICYCLES
Repairing.a Specialty.
Phone SO     ...     p.o. Box JIB.
THE Fill
Rhone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
**•
They last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong; Annua.
Phone 157. Cranbrook, B.C.
ALSO BBOOND   HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE   OHBAP ANB TO
■Mt
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
f
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
WENTWORTH
HOTEL g^b"ook'
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    '
Pound!
On Baker street, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
< '■
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PHONE
|BTHEQUAlfflgOgJi
Gold Standard
Teas aad Coffee j
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in 'the^ '
Grocery line, therefore we absolutely guarantee every ; j
article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. i quality.
CAMPBELL & MANNING I
Staple and Fancy Orooeva
, aaaaaaaaaaaaaatjAa>a NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
day* after 'date I intend to apply to
thfl Honourable Chiel .Commissioner
of Lands ior a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, iu Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post plauted at
ar near .1 miles duo Kast of the II
mile post on C. I1. It. sur ey 1 no,
which la the Western bound try ol i„,i
45:1:1 and being the Southeast corner
post of t-harea VV. Mason's claim
thenee North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West  eighty   180,   ; ha ns;
then e Hnutii elgnty   180)   chains;
thence Hast   eighty   iHi'i   chains;
to the point of commencein. nt,   making 640 seres more or less.
Located th.s 28th day of May, 1910.
CHARLES W. MAHON, Locator
Bathen W. Hutts, Agent
Ralph 1,. Iliirlingbnm. Wilness    29-33
NOTIOB
NOTICB Is hereby glviu that 30
dnys after date I lutein! to apply to
the Honourable Chief Coi.imlssioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
iowlng lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due Kast of the 33
mile poat on C. I'. R. suney i.ne,
which is the Westirn boundnry of Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corner
poat of Chester R. Paulson a clnlm
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Bast  eighty   tsci   chains;
theme South eighty   (.80)   chains;
thence  Weat   eighty   180)   iha.ns;
to the point of commencenunt,   making 640 acres more or lesa.
Located this 28th day of May, 1910.
CHESTER R. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
Ralph L. Burllngham, Witness    29-33
NOTICE
NOTICB ia hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
ot Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 459S:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due Bast of the 33
mile poat on C. P. R. sur ey 1 ne,
which la the West, rn boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Southeast cornei
poBt ol Paul A. Paulson's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   I80i   tha na;
theme South eighty    (80)   chains;
thence Bast eighty 180) cbains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 28th day of May, 1910.
PAUL A. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
RalphL^Burllngham, Witneas    29-33
NOTICB
NOTICB ls hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miies due Bast of the 31
mile poat on C. P. R. suney line,
which la the West, rn boundary of Lot
4593 anh being, the Northwest corner
post of Theodore Cogswell's claim
thence South eighty   > »0)   chains;
thence Bast  eighty   >80)   chnins;
thence Nortb eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West  eigbty. (80)   cha.ns;
to tbe point of commencement,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located thla 28th hay of May, 1910.
THEODORE COG8WBLL, Locat.r
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts, WitnesB 29-33
NOTICB
NOTICE ls hereby   given   that   30
daya after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
ot Lands for a   license   to   prospect
for coal and petroleum over thn following lands, situate in the district
ot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4693:
Commencing at a  post   planted at
or near one mile due Bast of the   31
mil* post on C. P.   R.   suney  line,
wblch Is tbe Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being  the Southeast corner
post of Virginia W. Mason's claim
tbence North eighty   (80)   chainB;
tbence  West   eighty   (80)   cha.ns;
thence South eighty   (80)   chains;
tbence Bast  eighty   (80)   cbaina;
[ to tbe point of commencetm nt,   mak-
I ing 640 acres more or less.
I Located this 27th day of May, 1910.
VIRGINIA W. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
[W. Brock, Witness 29-33
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby   given   that   30
I daya after data I intend to apply to
[the Honourable   Chlel   Commissioner
[of Landa for a   license   to   prospect
I for coal and petroleum over tbe tol-
| lowing lands, situate ln the district
[ot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
I or near 5 miles due Bast   of   the   31
Imii* post on C. P.   R.   suney  i.ne,
Iwhlch Is the Western boundary ot Lut
14593 and being the   Northeast  corner
[post of Ulysses B. Fehr'a claim
thane* South eighty   180)   chains;
nee  West  eigbty   (80)   ihans;
thence North elehty   (80)   chains;
tbence Bast  eigbty   (80)   cbains;
[to tb* point of commencement,   mak-
P tag 640 acres more or less.
1 Located tbis 28th day of May, 1910.
ULYSSES B. FEHR, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
I Ralph L. Burllngham, Witness    29-38
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby   given  that   30
; days after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
I of Landa tor a   license  to   prospect
i for coal and petroleum over the fol-
lowing landB, situate in the district
fot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4598:
Commencing at a  post   planted at
J or near 5 miles due  East of   tbe   42
[mile post on C. P.   R.   survey  l'ne,
[which ls tbe Western boundary of Lot
f 4693 and being the   Nortb :ast corner
I post ot Thomas M. Mason's claim
thence South eighty   180)   chains;
thence  West  eighty   (80)   cha'na;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
tbence East  eighty   (80)   chains;
, to tbe point of commencement,   mak-
j ing 640 acres more or lees.
Located thla 25th day ot May, 1910.
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Eathen W. Butta, Agent
|W. Brock, Witness 29-33
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
tha Honourable chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal und petroleum over tbe following lunds, situate in the d,btrict
ot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 13 neiles due Bust of the 34
mile post on C. P. R. suney I ne,
v bieli Is the Westt rn hound ry uf Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corner
post of Ralph L. Burlinghain s claim
thence Bast   eighty    ,80)   chaina;
thence North eighty   (80)   cbains;
thenee   Weat   eighty   ixih   ihana;
theme South ,isr.ity   180)   chains;
to the point of eoriiine'iieeni, ni,   miking 1140 acres more or lesa.
Located this l.tli day of May, 1910.
RALPH L. BUHLINOHA.il, Locator
Bullion W. Butta, Agent
W. Brock, Witness 29 33
1   thence Bast   eighty   (80)
to the point of commencement,   making 640 acres more or leas.
Located this I ith day of May, 191(1.
JllHBi'H  S.  OANNBK,  Loaator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts,   Ralph   L.   Burllngham, Witnesses 29 33
NOTIOB
NOTICB Is hereby given that 30
daya after date 1 Intend to apply to
tha Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following landa, situate in the district
ot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4698:
Commencing at a puat planted at
or near 5 mllos due Baat of the 33
mile poat on C. P. R. suney line,
which Is tbe Westirn boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corn, r
post of Clara A. Mason's claim
thenco North olghty   (80)   chains;
thenre East   eighty    (80)   chains;
tbence Soutli eighty   180)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80,   cha.ns;
to the point of commencement,   musing 640 acres more or lesa.
Located th.s 28tb day of May, 1910.
CLARA A.  MASON,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
Ralph L. Burllngham, Wiincss    29-33
NOTICB
NOTICB Ut hereby given that 10
daya alter data I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief- OomraMttosr
of Lands lor' a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Koot.uaj, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near r, miles due Bast of tbe 42
mile post on C. P. R. suney Una,
'hlch ls the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the N, rthwest corner
post ol John q. Mason's claim
theme South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence Baat   elgnty   (80)   cbains;
tlience Nortb elgnty   (80)   chains;
thenee  West   eigbty   (SO)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   making U40 acres more or less.
Located this 25th day ot May, 1910.
JOHN q. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. ButtB, Agent
William B. Butta, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 19-33
NOTICB
NOTICB Is herehy given that 30
daya after date I Intend to appiy to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Landa for a license to prospect
tor cual and petroleuni over tlie following lauds, situate in Ihe district
ot Southeast Kuotenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due Bast of the 32
mile post on C. P. R. suney I.ne,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Northeast corner
poat of Anton M. Pauls..n s calm
thenee Soutn eighty   180)   chaina;
thence  West  eighcy   ixiii   ihans;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Baat   eighty   180)   chainB;
to the point of coiMneiiceiiunt,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located this llitb day of May, 1910.
ANTON M.  PAULSON,  Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William K. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses _ 29-83
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
daya after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the diatrict
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due Bast of the 32
mile post on C. P. It. sur-ey I.ne,
vhlch is the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the N rth..est crier
post of M. Wayne Twitcheli's claim
tiieme South eighty   iSti)   chains;
thence Bast   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   eha ns;
to the point ot commencement,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located thla 16th day of May, 1910.
M.  WAYNE TWITCHELL,Locator
Balhen W. Butta, Agent
William B. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses     29-83
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
daya after date t intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiel Commissioner
of Lands lor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tie lollowing landa, situat* In the diatrict
ol Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:
Commencing at a poat planted at
or near 7 miles due east ot tbe 42
mile post on C. P. R. survey Una,
'hlch Is tbe Western boundary bl Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corner
post ot Peter C. Paulson a claim
thence North eigbty   (80)   chains;
thence Bast   eighty   (80)   chaina;
theme South eighty (80) cbaina;
. thence West elgnty (80) chaina;
to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acrea more or less.
Located thla 24th day of May, 1910.
PETER C. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butta, Agent
William B. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
Semi-Steel Fire-Fot-Not Gray Iron
AKiiiK-puT or ii furnace
sh-uiiii ht- able tu endure
tremendous heat nnd tu
repel the iitiiichs of sulphur
fUlUUS,
The material commonly need
for "u ttre-pot la gray Iron.
The Sgn thine fire-pot ia Semi*
Sfhl.
Now, avoiding teohnlCAl
terms, gray iron hus what
limy lie oalled "open" pures.
Through then* "open" puree
the destructive sulphur rutm-s
utttn-k thf iron and hasten
dUintt-g ration,
Up thi' other hand, Semi-
Steel Ih a close-grained nm*
torlal, with a smooth-aa-glass
surface which practically seals
or "closes" up the pores. Seml-
Mted easily repels the attacks
of gas fumes and thus greatly
prolongs the lite of tbe Are-
pot.
A Semi-Steel fire-pot weighs
20 per cent, heavier than the
same sise and pattern in gray
iron. It is therefore better able
to endure tremendous heat,
Semi-Steel Is made by an
exclusive McOiury process.
You enn only get a Semi-Steel
lire-pot with a McClary
furnace. That is one strong
reason why you should have
the Sunshine Installed in your home.
Our agent In your locality will t.-u
you many other reasons.   Ask him.
Remember. th« Sunshine Is
guaranteed, by the largest makers
of furnaces in British Empire, to
your home to your entire
satisfaction.
Swwnflr*.
-MSOaiyS^WV
mdon, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, ^L
lit John, N.U., Hamilton, Calgary.
For  Sale  by  PATMORE  BROS., Cranbrook
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner NOTIOB
ot Landa for a   license   to   proBpect '	
for coal and petroleum over the f. 1-!    NOTICB ia hereby   given   that   30
lowing landu, situato ln the district daya after date I Intend to apply to
NOTIOB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
daya after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Landa for a llcenae to prospect
for coal and petroleum over Uie following lands, situate in the district
of Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post' plantetr at
or near 7 miles due east of the 42
mile poat on C, P. R. survey line,
.-hlch |b tbe Western boundary ot Lot
393 and being the Southeast corner
post of Anton M. Paulson's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chainB;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence South eighty   (80)  cbaina;
thence East   eigbty   (8C)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   malting 640 acres more or less.
Located this 24th day of May, 191C.
ANTON M. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTICB
of Southeaat Kootenay, In Lut 4993
Commencing at n puat plnnteil at
or near 15 miles due East of the 37
mile post on C. P. R. suney line,
-•hlch la the Western houndary ol Lot
4593 and being the N..rthwest c. mer
poat ol Anna K. Paulson's claim
thence Soutli eiglity   (80)   chains;
thence East   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence North eishty   (80)   chains;
thence West eighty (80) cha.ns;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 18th day of May, 1910.
ANNA K. PAULSON, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B.  Butts, Witness 29 :
the Honourable   Chief   CommUaioner
of Landa for a   llcenae   to   prospect
for coal and petroleum over Uie following landa, situate ln the district
of Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a  poat   planted at
or near 9 miles due East ot   the   42
mile poat on C. P.   R.   survey  line,
which ia the Western houndary of Lot
4593 and neing the Northeast corner
poat of Thomas W. Mason's claim
tnence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence North eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence Bast   eighty   (80)   chains;
to the point of commencemtnt,   muk-
3 lng ti40 acrea more or less.
-  Located this 23rd day of May, 1910.
THOMAS  W.  MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butta, Agent
NOTICB is herehy   given   that   30!    William B. Butta,   Ralph   L.   Bur-
days after date I intend to apply to linghnm, Witnesses      2933
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner ~
of LandB for a   license   to   prospect i NOTICB
for coal and petroleum over the fol-'	
lowing lands, situate in the diatrict     NOTICB is hereby   given   that   30
of Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 4593:  days after date I intend to apply to
Commencing at a   post   planted at tho Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
or near 15 miles due East   of the 37   of Landa for a   license   to   prospect
NOTICB
neasy of Cranbrook, locomotive engineer, will apply to the Water Com-
mlaaioner at Cranbrook, on the 26th
day of July, 1910, at eleven o'clock
in the forenoon for a license to divert one cubic foot of water per second from streams rising on northwest quarter ol Lot 5649 group 1
Kootenay District. The said water
will be used for domestic purposes oa
said Lot 5249, held by the applicant
under a crown grant, will be conduct-
5249 only.
ed hy flume and pipes over said Lot
No crown lands will be affected and
no riparian proprietors or licensees
wlll be affected by the worka. Tbis
notice was posted on the...day ot
June, 1910.
JOHN J. FENNESSY.
NOTIOB
NOTICB la hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commiaaloner
of Lands for a license to proapect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, Bituate ln the diatrict
ot Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due Bast of the 32
mile poat on C. P. R. survey I.ne,
which ls the Westt rn boundary of Lot
4593 and being tbe Southeast corner
post of Chester R. Paulson a ciaim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  Weat  eighty   (80)   cha ns;
tlience South eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Bast   eighty    (8v)   chaina;
to the point of commencenunt,   making 640 acrea more or less.
Located thla 16th day ot May, 1910.
CHESTER R.  PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts, Ralph L. Bur-
llngham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTIOB Is hereby   given   that   30
daya alter date I Intend. to apply to
tha Honourable   Chief   Commissioner William E. Butta
of Lands for a i llcenae  to   proapect
| lor coal and petroleum over the tollowing lands, situat* in tbe district
jot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4583:
Commencing at a poat planted at
or near 7 miles due east ot the 42
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which la the Western boundary ot Lot
14593 and being the Northwest
poat of Lyde W. WTay'a claim
thence Soutb eighty   (10)  cbains;
I   tbence East   eighty   (80)   cbains;
j   thence Nortb eighty  (SO)   cbains;
j   thence  West   eigbty   (SO)   chains;
to the point ot commencement,  making 640 acreB more or '
mile poat on C. P.   R.   sur ey  line,
ehich is the Western boundary ot Lot
4593 and being the Southwest  corner
post of Walter J. Abb's claim
thence North olghty   (80)   chains;
thence East   eighty     80)   chains;
thenre S, uth eig ty   i8u)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (80)   thans;
to the point of commenceimnt,   making 640 acre8 more or less.
Located this 18th day of May, l'JIO.
WALTER J. ABBS,  Locator,
Balhen W. Butts, Agent
Witness 29-33
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby   given   that
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable   Chief   CommUaioner
of Lands for a   license   to   pruspect
corner  'or coal anl*' petroleum over the fol-
'        j lowing landa, sltuuto in the district
jot Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
|    Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near 14 miles due   East of   the 37
jmile post on O. P.   R.   suney  1 ne,
/hlch is the Weattrn boundnry of Lot
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
ot Southeaat Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 9 miles due East of the 42
mile post on C. p. R. suney line,
which is the Weattrn houndary of Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corn r
post o fAnita N. Maaon'a c.uim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Baat   eighty   (8C)   chaina;
thence Suuth eighty   (80)   chains;
thence   West   eigbty   (80)   chums;
to the point of commencement,   mak-
—  ing 640 acrea more or lesa.
Located thla 23rd day of May, 1910.
ANITA  N.  MASON,  Locator
30 Eathen W. Butte, Agent
!   William E. Butts,   Ralph   L.   Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
4593 and being  the Southeast corner
.ng •»'«"■ "£»" "Tw,   ,,,» i poat of Charles E. Webb's o.oim
Located thla Mto day of *»y, 1910.  * . ,
LYDE W. WIUY, Locator
Bathen W; Butta, Agent
William B. Butte,   Ralph   L.   Burllngham, Witnesses 2943
NOTICB
NOTICB ia hereby   given   that   30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable   Chief   Commiaaloner
of Landa for a   llcenae   to   prospect
for coal and petroleuni over the following lands, situate In the district
of Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a  poat   planted at
or near 15 miles due Ba t of   the 38
mile poat on C. P.   R.   survey  line,
which ia tbe Weal rn boundary of Lot
4593 anh being th.i Northwest corner
post of Anna K. Webb's cla m
theme South eighty   (80)   chain*;
thence East   eighty   (80)   chains;
thenco North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West  eighty   (80)   ^ha na;
to the point of commencement,   mak-
llng 640 acrea more or less.
1 Located this 16th day ot May, 1910.
ANNA K. WEBB, Locator,
Ealhcn W. Butta, Agent
I   William E. ButtB,   Ralph   L.   Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTIOB
NOTICB Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief; Commissioner
of Lands' for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tbe district
ot Southeast Kootenay, In Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 7 mi'ea due eaat' ot Ut* 42
mile post on O. P. R. *orvep line, :
'hlch la tbe Western boundary ot Lot
4393, and heing the Nortbegst cor-
east post ol Charles L. Paulson's
claim,    thence,   south    eighty   (80)
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
tbence   West   eigbty   (80)   eha ns;
thenre South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence Eaat   eighty   I8C)   chaina;
to the point of commencement,   making-640 acres more or less.
Located this 18th day of May, 1910.
CHARLES E. WEBB,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Witness 29 33
NOTICE
NOTICB is heroby given that 30
days after date 1 intentl to apply to
th* Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay. in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post, planted at
cbaina, thence west eighty (WJichalos or near 5 miles, due East of thei 81
thence north elabtr (Ml chain*, mile post on C. P. R. survey I.ne,
thence eZ™..ghtT(»0) chain.To thi *j* '»„«* Westirn boundary ot Lot
point of commencement, making 640 4593 and being the Southeast corner
acreB   more or leas P0Bt ol Fannie M. Clark s cl ilm
Located tbis 24th day ot May, IMC.   !   thence North eighty   (80)   chaina;
CHAHLES L. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butt*,.-.Agent'
W.lllam E. Butta, Ralph, L. Burlinn-
am,  witnesses. 19-33
NOTIOH
thence   West   eigbty   tSO,   ihains;
thence Suuth elg'ity   (80)  chaina;
thenee Baat   eighty    i80)   chains;
to the point of commcnceini nt,   making 640 acres more or less.
Ldcated tbis 28th day of May, 1910.
FANNIE M.  CLARK, Locator
Br.then W. Butts, Agent
Burllngham, Wilness    29-33
NOTICE
NOTICB
• ".- ■
NOTICE is heroby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commlsaloner
ol Landa tor a llcenae to proBpect
lor coal and petroleum over the tollowing lands, situate In tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post plantod at
or near 12 mllea due Eaat ot the 34
mile poBt on C. P. R. survey l'ne,
which is the Went.' rn boundary ot Lot
4593 and being the Southeast corner
post of Joaeph S. Dinner's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   cbains;
thence  West  eighty   (80)   chaina;
thenc* South eigbty   (80)  chaina;
NOTIOB ia hereby   given  tnat   30
daya after data I inund to apply to R»'Ph L
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner ■	
of Lands for a   lioena*  to   proapect
for coal and petroleum over tbe toi-;	
lowing lands, eltuat* In the diatrict    NOTICE is hereby   given   that   30
of Southeast Kootenay,.in Lot MU:  daya after date I Intend to apply to
Commencing at a post planted at the Honourable Chief Commissioner
or near 9 miles due Baat ol the 42 of Lands lor a license to prospect
mile post on O. P. R, survey line, tor, coal and potroleum over the lol-
vhlch Is the Western boundary ot Lot lowing lands, situato tn the district
593 and being Ul* Southeaat comer of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
lost of Virginia W. Mason's claim 'Commencing at a   mist   plnnteil at
(80)   chains;
post
tbence North eighty
thence  West   eighty   (80)   roans;
thenee South eighty   (80)  chain*;
thence Baat   eighty   (80)   chain*;
to the point ol commencement,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located tbis 23rd day of May, 1910.
VIROINIA W. MASON, Locator
Eatben W. Butte; Agent
William B. Butta,   Ralph   L.   Bur
linghnm, Witnesses
NOTIOB
NOTIOB fs hereby   given
day* after dato I inttaa. to. apply to {William B.
or near 3 mllea due East,   of  thc   31
mile post on C. P.   R.   survey  line,
/hlch la the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Southwest  corner
poat ot T. II. Polk'a claim
thence North elthty   (80)   clinlns;
tbence East   eighty   '8('|   chains;
theneo Smith clgMy   (80)   cbaina;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   chnina;
to the point of commenccmint.,   niuk-
29-33 lng 640 acres more or less.
,.    • Located this 28th day of May, 1910.
j T. B. POLK, Locator
that   SO1 Balhen W. Butts, Agent
Butta, Wltnees 29-88
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given tbat 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a llcenae to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a poat planted at
or near 9 miles due Eaat of the 42
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the N rthwest corner
post of John Q. Mason's claim
thence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Baat   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence North emhty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80)    buns;
to the point of commencement,   making 640 acreB more or less.
Ucated thla 23rd day of May, 1910.
JOHN Q. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTICE
NOTICE ia hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiel Commiaaloner
of Landa tor a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the lollowing lands, situate ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a poat planted at
or near 12 mllea due Baat of the 34
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which ia the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corn, r
post of Joaeph S. Banner's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thenco Eaat   eigbty   (80)   chains;
thence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  Weat   eighty   (80)   ihains;
to the point of commenceimnt,   making 640 acres more or less.
JOSEPH  8.  DANNER,  Locator
Located this 17th day or May, 1910.
Eathen W. Butta, Agent
William E. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29 33
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
pistrict of Bast   Kootenay.
CRANBROOK LAND    DISTRICT
Diatrict of Bast Kootenay
Take notice that I, Mrs. Sadie J.
McFarlane ol Cranbrook, B. C, occupation Married Woman, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described landa: Commencing at a post planted on tbe west
bank of the Moyle river one chain
47 links east of the N. B. corner of
Lot No. 9797, thonce west (30) chains
thence north (15) chaina more or less
to south corner of Robertson's purchase, thence east (15) chains more
or leas to west line of J. Robertson'
pre-emption, thence aouth (10) chains
more or lesa to the S. W. corner ot
.1. Robertaon pre-emption, thence
eaat (12) chaina more or leaa, thence
aouth (5) chaina to point of commencement, containing 35 acres more
or leas.
SADIE  J. MCFARLANE,
Thomas Cadwallarder, Locator
Dated April, 26, 1910. 22-30
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTIOB is hereby given that thirty daya from date hereot I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Landa and tbe Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the district ot
Eaat Kootenay for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
lollowing described land in Block
4593: Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of Edward
Curtis' location being license No.
one thousand three hundred and
nineteen (1319) situate on Kisheneh-
na Creek, being the Initial poat
northeast corner; thence south (80)
eighty chains; thence west eighty
(80) chains; thence north eighty (80)
chaina: thence east eighty (80) chaias
to point ol commencement, and containing six hundred and forty acres,
more or less.
Located thla 3rd day ot June, 1910.
O. W. LOPBR, Locator,
25-29. James Flaher. Agent.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICB Is hereby given that thirty days from date hereof I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Lands and the Assistant Commiaaloner ot Lands for the diatrict ot
Bast Kootenay for a llcenae to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
lollowing described land In Block
4593: Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner ol hid ward
Curtis' location being license No.
ona thousand three hundred and
nineteen (1319) situate on Kl-Leneh-
na Creek, being the initial post
aouthweat corner, tbence nortb eighty
(80) cbaina; thence cast eigbty (88|
chaina; thence south eighty (80)
chains; thence weat eighty (80)
cbains to point of commencement,
and containing six hundred und forty
acrea, more or lesa.
Located this   3rd day of June, 1910.
(1. W. LOPER, Locator,
25-29. Jamea Fisher. Agent.
(JRANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICB la hereby given that thirty daya from date hereof I Intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands tor the district of
Bast Kootenay for a license to proa-
Take notice that I, Joseph Walah, pect for conl and potroloum on the
Constable, of Fort Steele, intend to folluwlng doHcrlhed land In lllock
apply for permission to purchase tho j 4593: Commencing at a post planted
following described landa: commenc-iat the northwest corner of Lot No.
ing at a poat planteel at the north seven thousand two hundred nnd
line of Carlln'a timber lease running eighty two (7282) being the Initial
20 chains nortb, thence 40 chaina post northeast minor; thence eighty
east, thence 20 chains aouth, tlience (80) chnlns aouth; thonce eighty (80)
40 chaina weat to the place of com- chains west; theuce eighty (80)
moncemont, containing 80 acres more chains north; thence eighty (80)
or loss. jchnlna east     to  point of commence
JOSEPH WALSH,    'ment,     and containing six    hunhred
Dated Juno 18, 1916 27-35 and forty ncres, more or leaa.
 ■ Locntcd thin 30th day of May, 1910.
WATER ACT 1909. ! JAMES FISHER, Locator.
Take notice tbat John Josrph Fen- 26-29. PATMORE BROS.
McClary's
Famous
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Very choice watermelons    ut  SUW
art's
N. Haaaoa of Wasa was in th* city
Monday.
W. J. Horner   left
for Wardner.
mi   Wednesday
Oust Tbeis ol Perry t'roek was In
town Tnursdsy.
Jos. Walsh ol Fort Stew v was In
th* city Wednesday
Haxelwood buttemetlk at Stew
art's.   F.eah daily.
TO RENT. Bachelors apartments,
Apply to BEATTY.
Charles Yeandle of Lethbridge vv«s
in tbe city Thursday
J. 0. McCallum was at Sandpolnt
Thursday  on  business.
The Y. M. C. A. building is gradually asaum.ng shape.
P. J. Smyth, ol Moyie was in tbe
city Monday on business.
R. E. Taylor of Moyie was In the
city Tuesday on business.
Preserving raspberr.es at Stewart's
Shipments received dally.
Mrs. F. Ogle left on Tuesday for a
visit with friends at Nelson.
Aa a rule cricket players don't
make good base ball players.
P. DeVere Hunt left on Tuesday Iur
a bus.neas trip to Winnipeg.
M. J. McKeown left on Thursday
tor a business trip to McLeod.
■ "Billy" Harrison, who was injured at Ryan ia improving nicely.
Haselwood Ice cream at Stewart's.
Strawberry and vanilla flavors.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Taylor of Kimberley were in tbe city Tuesday.
Choice peaches, plums,pears, apples
and apricots at Stewart's today.
Mis* L. Gidding* of Lethbr dge is
the guest of Mrs. E. H. l'atmore.
Barrister G. H. Thompson went
west Wednesday on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller left today
lor Wllmer tor a three weeks vis.t.
The Quain Electrical Supply company are having the premlsles painted.
Mr*. Loasby and Mrs. Prince of
Sirdar at* visltln; friends in the
city.
Clerks at the F n't Mercantile Co.
stores have organized a base ball
team.
Choice teas and coffees at the E st
Kootenay Ptodi.ce and Provision
House.
Jack McDonald, of tbe Wentvvorth
Hotel, returned on Tuesday from his
trip aouth.
Born—At Crsnbrook, Sunday July
10, 1910 to Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Mi;es,
a daughter.
Dave Griffith of WUd Horse creek
•pent several daya thla week in
Cranbrook.
The best harness in the city at the
East Kootenay Produce and Provision House.
The Knights of Pythias have or-
ganlxed a uniform rank and a file
anh drum corps.
Choicest ham and bacon in trec.ty
at Tii* East Koutenay Produce anil
Provision House.
Mrs. F. Perry was taken to the
St. Kugene hoapital Sunday aufler-
ing from pneumonia.
Miss Maud Higgle' otham lelt on
Tuesday to spend her holiday with
friends In Winnipeg.
TO RENT, furnished rooms, all
conveniences, private home, apply to
The Proapector office.
Mr. and Mrs. Shsc' leton returned
last week after sp-mling ten daya at
Calgary acid Edmonton.
FOR SALE. A three roll mangle,
In good condition, band power. Apply at Proapector Office.
It la rumored that the 0. P. R. is
going to enlarge their shops anil put
In some new machinery.
Titdhope buggies gnil wngnns (or
•ale cinly at Tnc. East Kootenny Produce and Provision Houae. i
I   There will he an excellent program
at the ffidiaoa theatre tonight. Bet
| ter spend an hour at this cor.y littL-
theatre,
\ large nurabar' ol jrctr..< iinon !r< in
all point* in Musi Kootenay qolol tat
ed nt Cranlirook on July ll
Only tbv ln'st bra uls ol Canned
go,ula kept by Ktkct Kootenay Pro
due* soil Provision House.
Rev e' VV niul Mis King ar,' ul
teinling the1 Baptist church rouven
uun  in  Viuu'oiivci   tins week
KllUin sliillinii, a (one year old,
chestnut, weighing i.ioo pound*, will
stand ai the Cranbrook stables.
11.   Mill.I.KB
The Alpine Club of 'nnadte wi I
open their oamp at Consolation ink*,
on Tuesday next, the 19th .nsi
Too nuii-li care cannot be Used,
thla dry weather, in iltxipping match
vs. cigar ends or cigarette, stubs
Uuad Supeelntenderrt John Reed
was at Port Steels Thursday looking
ovet  tlie roads io that vicinity.
D, J UcSweyn left on Sunday ior
s trip bo Toronto and Chicago. He
expects to be away about a ntootli.
See G. R. Leask £ Co., for plans
lor sprmg building aud be ready to
start with the opening of the season.
T il. Proctor of Nelson, who has
been In the city for a tew lays on
business ieft lor his home on Tuesday.
E. S. Home, ol the East Kootenay
Limber company, Jaflray. was ln
the city Tuesday and Wednesday on
business.
Miss B. Wi son of Sirdar who has
been visiting Mrs. R. McBurney for
tne pist few days le;t on Monday for
the ci est.
Oscar Neilson, secretary of the
Baseball club, left (or r'rank on
Wednesday. Oscar axp.cts to return
on Saturday.
Mr. Moore of   Nelson was  ln   the
city Tuesday attending tbe   Orange
celebration. Mr. Moore is master of
the Nelson lodge.
i Mr. Caldwe'.l of Winnipeg haa accepted a position aa clerk with J. 0.
McCallum & Co., and commenced his
duties on Wednesday. >
It wns a refreshing rain that tell
on Thursday night. It helped to put
out and prevent the spreading of a
number of forest fires.
Charles Little and bride returned
from their honeymoon trip on Wednesday and have taken up tbeir residence on Fenwiek avenue.
1 The large audiences which have
filled the Edison theatre this week
have been highly pleased with tbe
splendid programs thla week.
Jamea L.   McKay and     family   of
Sinclair, who have been visiting Mr. 1
and Mrs, Gomer Jones,   returned   to
their home on Wednesday.
Inspect our go;ds and set our
pricea. We handle only the beat and
our price is right. East Kootenay
Produce and Provision House.
James Cook,   the   well-'nown Ure
warden from   Creston,    was In the
city Wednesday and reports the forest fires very bad weat ol here.
E. P. Martin    of    Ottawa,    Out., !
brother of Conductor A. Martin, ar-
rived in the city Monday and has se- I
cured a position with tie C. P. R.
I   It is reported that moving pictures
ol the Jeffries Johnson fight will not j
be barred in British Columbia, there
being no law in   force   to     prohibit
them.
A large forest fire was burning
west of railway track Thursday evening. Fire Warden Benaen had a
large force of men engaged in trying
to check it.
The   Oranbroak    Book &   DrugCo.
have placed   their older    six     silent j
salesmen.   This company   uelieves in
keeping     everything up- to date     In
every  respect.
Thc K. ol P. band held tholr first
meeting on Thursday eve.ilng last,
with Bandmaster Corrlscft as In'
structor. Next practice will be held
Thurwlny the 21st at 8.30 aharp.
There waa a matched race between
two cayuses owned by local cowboyB
on the race track last Monday night.
Purse $25.00, Thc mme of the winner hns not heen mado known.
0. Ii. Jarvis, of Nelson, who wss
bransferred here to fill S. H. Hosklns plnce at thu government office
has been compelled to return to Nelson as Im could not stand the high
altitude,
Who ace tho aldewilka for, bicycle
riders or pfdoati-lnna? The number
of bicycle riders on our aldewal's
along the various side streets 1s a
nuisance nnd tho practice ohould he
stopped,
F. Oeorge Ladd and crew returned
to the city Wednesday    trom cutting
trails through by Miwlminvilli' awl
west. They report game ol nil kinds
very plentiful al.uig the route, they
,wi>re' working through,
1 .Mrs M V Slioi-kMou ol Toronto,
I James Shuck ltd ou of Wn ntpeg ami
Miss lleoliilsh ol I'algiley art visilijig
with Mi and Mrs. Slinckli'tnn in Hns
city* Mrs Shackleton will spend sev
mil weeks with lieu son hart.
Tn,. Kiwi Kootenay Produce ami
Provision House have gone    into the
retail   trad*    and  fixed   up a neai
storey in the former waivhousee Tllis
lli'tii believes in being up tv, date uud
in keeping their customers Blippllod
with the l»o*t at  the letwesl    possible
price,
SWllfT VS   BURNS
Powerful Chicago Packing House
Burs B 0. Abattoir at
Bourne.
The- announcement nunle Friday ilmt Hit' British Columbia
Market Company's abattoir ut
Bourne Intel been sold lo ihe J. Y.
Griffin Company, the British
Columbia brunch of tho great
Swifi interests, signalizes the
tiist biix step taken by the powerful Chicago house in un aggressive campaign for the control of
provincial wholesale and retail
business iu which the leaders at
present are r\ Burns & l o.
The definite statement of the
sale wus made by Manager
Welsh of the British Columbia
Meat Company, who, however,
declined to name ihe figure ai
which the extensive killing plant
at Bourne changed hands. The
deal will involve several hundreds of thousands of dollars anil
puts under the names of the new
owners one of the best, equipped
abattoirs on the entire Pacific
coast, ll is understood thut the
American capitalists will take
hold at once from tho British
Columbia people.
Enquiry made at the J. Y.
Griffin offices in Vancouver elicited no further information with
respect to the transaction. The
department heads there refused
to discuss the matter at all and
referred all to Mr. Welch of the
British Columbia Market Company.
TU'Ni>fut"e-)-- (,'RBMS1M«8T OO.'
In Canada tho dandruff germs must
go. The war ol extermination has
been di'i'aied. The battle ban begun
au ul e iiy thousands ul Intelligent
Ciniucliuiiu have pi rinunently rid
tJiriuM'l 'cn ol this Olthlueae.
Today it ii no more necessary tor
n man to have dandruff In bia hair
Hiiiu to have tartar in his teeth
Uiindi ud can never bo cured until
the small aggravating and Indomitable dandruff germ la conquered and
destroyed.
And millions of diuidr,.*! genua have
been destroyed, thanks to the great
scientist aud dermatologist who gave
to the world Parisian Sage, the only
leal hauisriiff cure and hair grower
tlie world has ever known.
If you have dandruff, Parisian Sage
will cure It in two weeks.
tint besides ridding the scalp ot
il.uidriilt, Parisian Sage is guaran
teed to stop falling hair and itching
ol the scalp. It la not a dye. It ls
a prune favorite with women ot re
tincment. It makes the hair sort
lustrous aud beautiful, and ls not
sticky or greasy.
A large battle tor 60 cents at Beat
tlo & Murphy or charges prepaid from
the Canadian makers, Qlrouz Mfg.
Co., Port, Brie, Ont.
CBANBKOOK LAND   DISTRICT
District  ot  Bast Kootenay
Take notice that Henry B. LaPoint
of Wardner, B. C, Lumberman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted at
the northeast corner of Lot No. B97C
land running south 80 chain* to the
northeast corner ot Timber License
| No. 21582, thence east SO chains,
; more or less to the bank ol the Kootenay river, thence following the
•bank of the said Kootenay river In a
northwesterly direction to the southeast corner of Lot No. 1969, tbence
west IC chaina more or leu to the
place of commencement and containing 270 acre* more or lea*.
HBNRY B. LaPOINT,
Per A. A. Lund, Agent,
June 11, 191C. 26-34
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
daya after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiel Commiaaloner
of Landa tor a license to proapect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, aituate in the district
of Southeaat Kootenay, ln Lot 4693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due Bast of the 31
mile poat on 0. P, R. surey line,
which ls the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Southeast corner
post of J. S. Grace's claim
tbence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  Weat   eighty   (80)   eha ns;
thence South eighty   (80)  chain*;
thence Baat eighty (SC) chain8;
to the point ot commencement, making 640 acrea more or lesa.
Located this 28th day of May, 1910.
J. 8. GRACE, Locator
Bathen W. Butta, Agent
William B.  Butts,  Witness 29-33
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTUICT
District ot Baat Kootenay.
Take notice that I John Angus
Fergusson, ot Cranbrook, occupation
Clothing Merchant, Intend to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described land*: Commencing at a post planted about 60 fast
distant and ln a northerly direction
from monument 213 on international Boundary, thence vest 20
cbains, thence north 80 chain*, thence
east 20 chains, thence aouth 80 chain*
to place ot commencement, contain
lng 160 acres, more or l*s*.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator,
John Robertson, Agent.
Dated May 16th, 1910. 25-32
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a llcenae to proapect
for coal and petroleum over Uie following lands, aituate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post plantod at
or near one mile duo Bast of the 31
mile post on C. p. it. survey line,
which Is the Western bound'ry ot Lot
45113 and being the Southwest corner
post ot Thomas W. Mason's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Baat   eighty   I8C)   chaina;
thence South eig'ity   180)   cbains;
thence West eighty (80) cbains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acrea more or lesa.
Located tbis 27th day of May, 1910.
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
W. Brock, Witness 24-33
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply to
tha Honourable Chiet Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum ,,ver the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due Bast ot the 31
mile poat on C. P. R. survey I.ne,
which ia the Weattrn boundary ot Lot
4593 and being the Northeast corner
post of George Wykes  claim
thence Soutn elgnty   (80)   chaina;
thence  Went  eighty   (80)   ihs.us;
thence North eigbty   (80)   cbaina;
tbence Bast eighty (80) cbains;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres.more or les*.
Located tb.B 28th day ot May, 1910.
GKOHGE WYKBS, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B, Butta, Wltneg* 29-33
NOTICB       *
NOTICB 1* hereby given that 30
daya after date I Intend to apply to
the Honourable Chiet Commiaaloner
of Lands for a llcana* to prospect
tor coal and petroleum over th* following landa, situat* In tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, ln Lot 4(98:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due Bast ot the 32
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
which Is tbe Western boundary ol Lot
4593 and being the Northweat corner
post ot Anna K. Webb'* claim
thence South eighty   (80)  chain*;
thence Bast  eigbty   (H>)   chain*;
thence North eighty   (80)   chain*;
thence   West  eighty   (80)   cbains;
to the point of commencement,   making 640 acres more or les*.
Located thla ICth day of May, 191*0.
ANNA K. WBBB, Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts, Ralph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29-33
♦aaaaaaaaas
where      some
where other*'
GRASPING
the opportunity ln the moment
oiaini'tuni!     Is
"catch on" and
do not.
BOTTLING SOFT
DRINKS
ia a knack that require* experience and scientific apparatus.
We have both and bring them
In use when wa bottle summer
drinks. It'a O. K. II w* bottle lt.
EAST KOOTENAY
BOTTLING OO.
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FISHING
TACKLE
We have just received
a swell assortment of
FLIES
and have the one you
are looking for.
J. D. McBride
Hardware
Cranbrook B. C.
*m*am*****a***amaa^amammAa**aatm*m% -*--«--*• — gkAaaVA aAAAAAAAAAi
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Ham and Bacon
Our smoked meats are always fresh stock. We
are sure that if you try them once you will agree
with us that they are the best flavored and most
wholesome smoked meats you have ever eaten.
P. WOODS & CO.
PHONE 67
P. 0. B0X-I64
We'll Both
Be Pleased:
l' you Imv your meat here. You,
tmeauaeyou will get Iwtter aid '
more meat for the money than
you ever got before'. We, becau-e '
we  will  have, another satisfied
customer.   S<, why not come and
select the meat and out you want [
today?    We know you will be u» .
irlud j ou did aa we will be to ai d
your name to our Hat ol friends,
P. BURNS 6fc CO,
P. O. Boi 3
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| If It's Paint and Painting
We are here with the Goods
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!:If It's Wall   Paper   and
: | Paper Hanging
; We can't be beat
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