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VOLUME 16
ORANBROOK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1910
NUMBER 28
"MR. ARTHUR" IS
WORLD CHAMPION
Defeats Jeffries in the 15th
Round
FIGHT    BY    ROUNDS
Reno, Nev., July 4.—Jack Johnson,
tonight in the heavyweight champion
af the world.
James J. Jeffries, winner of 22
fights, who received his first defeat
todgy passed into history as a
"baa heen," that failed to make good
alter six years of retirement.
He was knocked out in thc 15th
round, defeated, by an untried, until
today, champion. Out it was not
the Jim Jeffries who defeated Fits-
rimmons, Corbett, and a host af
other "pug's" famous in their day,
it was a man who had lived a quiet
and restful life for years, trying
with the assistance of his trainers,
to get back youth and vitality
which bad passed away during the
years of idkneBs.
It waa the "Mark Smokes" fight
from start to finish, and Mr."Arthur"
ls now the undisputed heavyweight
champion of tbe world.
FIGHT BY ROUNDS
Round 1- The men refused to shake
liands. Johnson smiled and Jeffries
chewed gum. Johnson shot bts left
to the face and they clinched. Jchn-
tmaned Jeffries back, swung his left
to the jaw and as Jeffries roughed it
at close quarters the big black shot
his left to tbe face. The men locited
arms and in the break Jeffries hit
with two short lefts to the face and
the crowd yelled: "Why don't you
laugh?"shouted Corbett at Johnson,
and the latter smiled back at tbe
former champion.
Round 2—Johnson came up chatting and smiling. As Jeffries held
on, Johnson clouted him witti a
wicked right to the jaw. As the men
separated from a clinch Jeffries
swung his right to the stomach, to
which Johnson retaliated with two
ripping left uppercuts to the jaw.
The men closed together, Jeff leaning against the champion with sheer
weight of his shoulders. It was a
case of strength against cleverness
and the Nubian had the better of it.
Johnskn "kidded" incessantly during
the minute rest between the second
and third rounds.
Round 3—"Come In, Jim" shouted
Johnson, saying which the champion
hooked his left to the stomach with
much force. Johnson then jabbed
his left twice to the lace and as they
closed in breast to breast Johnson
whipped a left uppercut to th* jaw
and neatly blocked the bailermaker's
onslaughts.
Aa the men circled about the ring
Johnson kept up a constant crossfire of conversation1. The men separated and Johns m jabbed thrice with
left to face. A long clinch followed
during which the black missed a
■wicked right uppercut. Jeff rushed
In, but Johnson blocked him neatly
on a vicious right swing and again
patted his antagonist on the shoulder as tbe round ended.
FIRST BLOOD FOR    JEFFRIES
Round 4—Jefl made a left swing,
Johnson rushing away, leaving a
stab to the face. Johnson t aim ten
Jeffries constantly. Don't rush, Jim;
don't you hear what I'm telling you?
shouted Johnson, backing it up with
a right to the jaw.
Jeff got iu a good right to the
mouth and the blood started flowing
from the colored man's lips. "First
blood for Jeffries!" yelled the crowd.
Johnson shot a hard left, to the
mouth and almost wrestled his man
against the ropes. "The golden
smile" had not faded from Johnson's
face at this time.
JeffrteB forced the champion against
the ropes, and a half do/en short
arm body punches found their mark
in rapid succession. In response
Johnson shot a right to the jaw and
the round ended. It was Jeffrie's
round and the heat one so far.
FIFTH    IS  JEFFRIES'  ROUND
Round 5.—Johnson as usual, came
up with a sputter of words. Jeff
paid no attention to this, but rush
•ed in close and tbey were wrestling
for a spell. At close quarters Jeff-
Ties shot two rights to the body, to
which Johnson responded with a left
uppercut, cutting Jeffries' lips a Mt.
Johnson a moment later drove his
Tight to the jaw and then followed
it with two left uppercuts to the
same place. Johnson jarred the
white man with a straight left to the
mouth, and they exchanged upper-
cuts.
Both men were bleeding from the
mouth,
Suddenly Jeff sent the black's head
"back a foot with a straight left to
the mouth and Johnson looked a bit
serious as he took his seat, not, however without giving the boilermaker
the customary round end love tap.
JEFFRIES RIGHT BYE CLOSED
Round 6.—"I'm going to mix with
him now," said Jeffries to his seconds. Three lefts radiated from the
champions shoulder, cateh'ng Jeffries on the face in each instance and
the blood seeped from .Toff's left
cheek bone. Both men fought cautiously, A ring-side fan naked John
son if he would like a drink. "Too
much on band now," rejoined tho
I champion, and be ripped in three left
, uppercuts to the white's jaw. Jeff
j waded in, but was met with
a nast left uppercut that closed his
| right eye tight. Johnson followed
this with two similar punches und
tbe blood spouted from Jeffries' nose
as he took his seat when the hell
ended the round.
HONORS  ON   JOHNSON'S   SIDE
Round 7—Jeff came up w th a ferocious frown and they closed. A
long sparring bee followed without a '
blow being struck, Johnson mean
while carefully priming himself for an
opening. Although Jeffries' eye was
badly bruised he never lost his poise.
Jeffries essayed a right swing at
close quarters. With the men locked
in an embrace Johnson jolted his
mnn threo times over the right eye,
and followed with an uppercut to
the jaw. Jeffries stopped Johnson's
bickerings with a straight right to
the jaw. Johnson countered with
left and right. The bell clanged with
honors on Johnson's side.
"DID YOU  SEE THAT"
Round 8—Jeffries rushed in and the
black drove a left to the mouth and
shortly after shot in two straight
lefts to the face that carried considerable force behind them. "Hello,
Jimmy," shouted the black, "did
you see that one?" As they closed
in without damage Jeff shouted
"break away, Johnson." But Johnson did not break, but laughed as
Jeff missed a vicious left swing
Earlier Jeff, at close range, had
worked in two rights to the body
that failed to freeze the negro. Jeff
pushed bis man about the ring and
I the hell rang, closing a featureless
session.
JOHNSON LANDS ON STOMACH
Round 9—Johnson kept up a constant conversation in his corner before coming to the scratch in this
round. He hooked his left to Jeff's
face with great force and continued
to hurl tersely framed sentences at
Jim Corbett. Johnson booked
another lelt to the jaw that carried
a world of power. After Jeffries had
butted with his head Johnson tiling
his left to the stomach and they
went into a friendly clinch. Jeffries
.crouched low and Johnson drove in
a wicked left full tilt in the stomach
A moment later he sent in two left
jabs to the mouth and eye, but Jeffries apparently paid little attention
to these blows. The round ended in
Johnson's favor.
•m MEET IM LONG CLINCH
Ttonnd 10 -Not much life marked
the coming to the centre of the ring,
Johnson shot two lefts to the head
and followed this with a short arm
right to the eye. A long clinch, nailed with wrestling followed. Jeffries
'swung his right around the body.
iThe men contined themselves mostly
to wrestling, Johnson always an the
alert to land a punch. Johnson
whipped two lefts to the jaw and a
right uppercut to the jaw made Jel-
fries yell "Oh," Johnson peppered
away with his left an.l clearly out-
boxed his burly opponent. It was
Johnson's round.
HALF MINUTE OF WRESTLING
Round 11 A half minute af wrestling without damage opened the
round anh Johnson smashed Jeff
time and again with left and ri, ht
to the jaw and' the big boilermaker
fought back wildly. Johnson swung
a terrific right, more of an uppercut
to thc jaw and followed this with an
uppercut to the jaw and Jeffries almost weakened. Johnson employed
left and right uppercuts again and
again to the jaw and varied this
with left and right swings to the
jaw, and the blood spurted from
Jeff's mouth In a stream. Jeff was
a bad looking sight at this stage,
but he suddenly electrified the crowd
hy making a round end rally binding
his right to the jaw and a hurd left
to the body that brought the crowd
to Its feet. Johnson, however, had
a good advantage.
;    BLACK  KEEPS  UP HIS TALK
Round 12—The men clinched after
thu black had missed a hard left for
the jaw, remaining in this position
half a minute. As Jeff rushed in
Johnson met him with a straight
left and a right uppercut on the jaw.
With the men breast to breast, the
black swung hard with the left to
the body and face, all the time keeping up » conversation with Corbett.
Johns* it cleverly blocked blows in
tended lor the body and stnt home a
straight right to tho sore mouth,
starting the blood afresh. The Negro hhot a straight left to the face,
and then sent his man's bead back a
foot with a similar blow. Jeff went
to his corner spitting blood with the
honors against him.
Round 13—The men fought without
damage to a clinch and wrestled
about the center of the ring. Johnson breaking it up with a volley of
rights and lefts to tbe face and
mouth. He cleverly evaded Jeffries'
clumsy attempts to land on the body
and cutting loose landed left and
right in quick succession on the jaw
and body. Jeffries weakens at this
stage, a right uppercut almost lifting him from the floor. He seemed
all at sea in locating the black, who
waded in like a merciless juggernaut,
dealing severe punishment. The round
ended with Corbett advising Jeffries
to come up and stay away.
Round 14Jeffries was met with a
straight left. As he got up a moment later another spiteful jab went
to the mouth. Johnson placed his
stomach within Jeff's reach and
tauntingly cried: "Ain't that a nice
belly, Jim? why don't you bit it7"
Johnson sent In some rapid fire left
SAD   ACCIDENT   AT   MICHEL
Ou Wednesday morning the news
was received here of thc fatal accident to Cyril Janes, in the yard at
Michel. It appears that the crew to
wnicn the deceased was connected,
were engaged in switching, and the
deceased was stunding on a flat car
next to the engine, in attempting
to get down from the car, for the
purpose of signaling, in some unaccountable manner, slipped, and fell
between the car and tender, the tender passing over him cutting off both
arms and both legs, killing him instantly. The deceased was a general favorite in the city and the news
of his sudden uVath cast a gloom
over the community. Previous to
bis going on the roud "Cy" was
baggage master at the station heie,
and only transfeied from thfl passflQ-
to the freight department a few
weeks ago. The remains were
brought to Cranlirook on ttie local
Wednesday, and taken in charge hy
undertaker W. R. Beatty. The funeral, under the auspices of tbc I. O.
O. F,, of which tbe deceased was a
member took place on Thursday afternoon from the Church of England.
Thc remains was followed to the
cemetery by many sorrowing relatives and friends.
jabs to the mouth and the big white
sbooki nis bead,
KNOCKED OUT IN FIFTEENTH
Round 15—When the men faced each
other it was plain to all that Jeffries was in distress. His face was
putted and bleeding from the punishing lefts and rights he had received
and his movements were languid. He
shambled after the elusive negro,
and was simply a mark for Johnson's accurately driven blows. Johnson waited for the big white man to
come in and chopped his face to
pieces. A rain of lefts and rights at
close quarters sent Jeffries reeling
blindly. Another series of punches
and the big white giant went down
for the first time in his riog career
He fell under the top rope, over the
lower one and on to the overhang
platform. While he was down Johnson stood almost over him until
Rickard waved him back He stood
ready to strike, and whin Jeffries
arose from his knees he dashed in
again. Jeffries reeled about and
tried to clinch, and as the old champion hung around to the south side
of the ring tbe black jolted him
twice on the jaw. Jeffries sank to
his knees, weak and tired, but got
up again at the count of nine. It
was then that Jeffries' friends began
to call to Rickard to stop tbe light.
"Stop It! Stop it!" they cried
,from all sides. "Don't let him be
knocked out."
No heed was paid to these cries.
Jeffries was helpless now, and he
staggered to a standing position.
The negro was waiting for him. A
left, a right and another left, short,
snappy, powerful blows, found their
marks on Jeffries' chin, and he went
down tor the third time. The time
keeper had reacheh the ?QURt of -v**-
en when some friends of Jeffries came
inside the ropes, and Rickard walked
between the fallen man and the negro
champion, whom he declared the
winner.
While Jeffries was not counted out
this was merely a technical evasion.
It was evident that he cou.d never
bave got up inside of 10   seconds.
, Reno, Nevada, July 4th.— The big-
igest time which Reno has had since
the bonanza days of the Comstoch
40 years ago, took place to day, and
tbe city is now In full blast in the
| midst of g mad revel over the victory of Jack Johnson in the largest
and most enthusiastic fight ever
put up belare the largest aggrega.
tion of sports assembled in an American city.
The sporting element of the United
,Stat(t assembled here, taking this
opportunity, probably the last, of
'licensed joy under Nevada's laws, of
witnessing the greatest pugilistic encounter of modern days.
HARVEST IS ON
Now the golden harvest is on.
Money is flowing like water gnd the
pop of tbe champagne bottles keeps
time to the spinningof the wheels.
Every kind of game that can separate a person from his surplus wealth
is flourishing. Roulette wheels are
ibusy and every gambling emporium
'is crowded with picturesque throngs
drawn from the four corners to witness todays great mill. Reno will
not sleep to night.
1 The pulpit has been thundering its
anathemas at the whole carnival in
all its phases, but Its words might
ns well been hurled into the teeth ol
a cyclone. Reno wns too much engrossed in thc light to pay heed to
any moralizing. After today It may
go on a diet of sermons nnd sodn
water.
Tne greatest battle that has ever
been fought in Uie pugilistic arena,
overshadowing the memorable fistic
encounter between Bob Fitzsimmous
and Jim Corbett 13 years ago and
the fight between John L. Sullivan
and Corbett in 18-92, which witness*!
the passing of the old style of tight
lng and tbe introduction of the scientific art of batteribg men's heads,
came off Monday, July 4th at Reno,
when Jim Jeffries and Jack Johnson
faced (ach other at the call of time.
The men fought for tbe largest purse
ever offered for a bout in the prize
ring. This purse, which amounts to
the stupendous sum of $180,000, Is
only a small part of what the men
'will receive for the comparatively
few minutes they will be In the ring.
Each of the fighters will also get
one third of the moving picture re
ceipts, and these will figure up half
a million fn thc aggregate. The
winner of the battle will be the rich-
er by many thousands ol dollars by
exhibiting himself In different parts
of the country, as It is customary
for champions to do after winning n
big fight.
Monday's battle was the second
great championship bout fought in
Nevada. In 1897 Bob Fit-zslmmons
and Jim Corbett met for the title
that la coveted by men of brawn at
Carson City and the lean, lanky Australian battered down   Corbett with
his famous solar plexus punch in 14
rounds. This battle which tooK
place on Monday will be memorable
for all times because a white man
and a colored man lought for the
championship. Johnson, the colored
negro, had claims as champion
which ne won when the ring was devoid of great fighters. Jeffries, who
never tasted a sting of defeat, relinquished the title a few years ago
because there was no one worthy of
bis mettle to fight him for the honor. When be left the field of tistic
combat Sharkey, Fitzsimmous, Corbett, Ruhlin and other first cluss boxing artists had run their course in
the ring. There only remained a
crop of fighters of inferior quality.
These included such men as Marvin
Hart, Jack Root, Tommy Burns and
Al. Kaufman. Burns finally evolved
as the best of this bunch and he
wore the title of the world's champion until Johnson took it away
from him in Australia in December
1908.
Johnson was never recognized as of
champion caliber until the im.L two
or three years. By defeating Burns
he demonstrated that be knew considerable of tlie lighting art and he
hns since steadily improved until today he i.s recognized as the best negro tighter the ring can boast uf und
a man who could give Jeffries a bard
battle in the latters' best day.
HOW THE    FIGHTERS    COMPARE
There is little to choose from between Jeffries and Johnson from a
physical point of view. Jeffries has
the better of the negro iu the matter
of height and weight, but Johnson
offsets this by youth. Still there Is
little difference in the uges of the
two. A glance at their pictures
j would lead one to believe that Joliu-
1 son ;« a dozen yeu.a thc junior of
Jeffries, but in reality tie is but
three. The negro wus lighting a
long time before he reached the top
of the pile. Jeffries stands li feet
1} inches, while Johnson is a shade
over 6 feet. Jeff will go into this
battle heavier than in any of bis
lights of the past. His usual lighting weight is about 220 pounds
but on Monday his weight was several pounds heavier. Johnson usually fights at 190 pounds but says he
will go over 200 in the fight today.
When Jock Johnson faced Jim
Jeffries in tne ring today he met a
man who has never known deftat.
Although Jeffries has fought all of
the great ring fighters of the last
dozen years none of them were aide
to conquer him. When he retired
half a dozen years ago be was invincible. The Los Angeles fighter U
regarded as the greatest fistic artist
in the history of thc ring. Ho com
bined the qualities of a great tighter
as no other man has who has fought
between the ropes and posts. No
opponent has ever knocked him off
his feet and none has been able to
hurt him to any extent. He has received hard punishment in many battles, but has always come back
stronger than ever and knocked out
his opponent. Bob Fitzsimmous,the
greatest hitter in the ring ol recent
years, was unable to make much of
an impression on Jeffries with his
blows, which proved so deadly tu
every other fighter he met.
James J. Jeffries was horn in a
log cabin ln Carroll, Ohio, April 15,
1875. His father's ancestors came
from England and settled in Pennsylvania in 1631, while on his mother's
side he descends from the sturdy Highland Dutch who settled in this cotin
try in early dnys. Until he was ii
he lived on his father's farm in Ohio
Iu 1881 he went to California - with
his parents, who was a preacher as
well, as a farmer, settling on a farm
nenr Los Angeles.
SUCCESS IN THE RING
Fought (ius Rutin a 20 round draw
antl got the same decision in a 20
round battle with Joe ChuynsM. Jeffries had two knockdowns to his
credit with Ruhlin, but the referee
decided that the Akron Giant was
entitled to a draw on work.
Jeff's next fights were witb Joe
Goddard, whom he whipped m lour
rounds; with peter Jackson, whvn
he stopped In three, and with Mexican I'ete Everett, whom he uirtdfl
quit in the same number of sessions.
Tom Sharkey, a stumbling block in
Jeffrie's path, wns the holler n.iT.r's
next opponent. Tl.c men hit,(.lt to
a draw, in a furious battle rd 20
rounds in Mechanic's Hall, Hen
Francisco.
Ths big fellow wns then m.ai.ehcd
to meet Hob Armstrong uid . ovo
O'Di nnul ln thc same ring on the
same night. He won from /.iin-
strong .In a poor exhibition, smashing his left thumb and making it Impossible to fight O'Donnell.
Ho then was matched against Hob
Fitzsimnions for the world's championship, at Coney Island whom be
defeated In 11 rounds and captured
thc title, this was In 1899.
His     next battle was     with Tom
Sharkey, and was awarded the fight
iu tbe 25th round.
He next knocked out Jack Finne-
gan In tine round at Detroit, nnd put
the quietus on Jim Corbet, stopping
him In thfl 23rd round at Coney
Island. He thru knocked uut Hank
Griffin tii Lob Angeles in four rodnds
Joe Kennedy in two rounds, aud
thru knocked out tbe Akron Giant
hi live rounds.
Hob Kit/simmons and Corbett were
matched and both knocked out lu
shorter time than before. Jeffrie's
last big battle was with Corbet in
San Francisco August 14th, 1903,
Corbett going out in io rounds. He
failed to stop Jack Monroe at Bulte
in four rounds, but nt San Francisco
iloiio the trick in two rounds. There
were no other lighters for Jeffries to
meet and he retired. Before retiring, however, he offered to meet "Corbet. FiUsiniinons and Sharkey, all
in one ring on the same night for 10
rounds each. Now of the trio
could see that proposition, and Jeff
retired.
HAS FOUGHT 70 BATTLES
Jack Johnson, while recognized as
a first-class fighter, has not had n
spectacular career in the ring. He
won his way to the top over a long
and hard road. Jack bus lost hut
three of his 70 battles. One was
with Jue (hoynski, who knocked
him out in three rounds in 19C1 at
Galveston. He lost to Joe Jean-
nctte on a foul, but later whipped
Joe dcciseively. Marvin Hart received a decision over Jack ln a 20
round battle at San Francisco, but
this decision was unfair, according
to experts, Johnson having the better of the Kentucky fighter.
John Arthur Johnson was horn in
Galveston, Texas, in 1878. He begun
his ring career in 901. His only set
back, that year was the knockout administered by Joe ("hoynski. The
second lighting year of his career
1982, was a big one for Johnson, as
far as lights were concerned. He
was the principal in 10 contests, not
losing one nnd having four draws.
This was the year in which he met
Jack Jeffries, a brother of the man
whom be faced today, playing with
him for four rounds before he dropped him for tlie full count.
Johnson won the championship by
defeat,ng Tommy Burns December 2li,
1908. Burns gained the title hy
whipping Marvin Hart, who succeed-
d to lt on his victory over Jack
Root in 190G, when Jeffries announced his retirement from the ring.
Since then Johnson has beaten Jack
Obrien, Tony Ross, Al Kaufman,
and Stanley Ketcbel, knocking out
tne last named in 12 rounds, In
1907, before he became champion,
Johnson stopped Fltzsimmons In two
rounds.
FIGHT     AFTERMATH
It is said that the Johnson-Jeffries
tight will go down in history as the
most colossal fake of the century.
As a result of the Johnson-Jeffries
fiasco, race hatred has heen promoted in tho States, and mgny murders
und lights have taken place.
The "Jeffries Dope" put forth by
Corbett and those particularly in
interested in the big fake, must have
been specially prepared for the catching of "suckers" and the making of
a big stake, in what is probably the
final prize fight in the United States
The history of the fight is only
equalled by the manner in which the
reports of the fight were wired ln to
this city. When the ninth round was
received, outsiders bad the result of
the fight, that Jeffries was defeated,
and it was 7-30 p. m. when the bulletin of the 15th round was received
hy the paid spccigl service.
It was not a great battle, save in
the amount in cash received by both
"pugs" and manager of the tight.
COSMOPOLITAN   vs ROYAL
There were several encouraging
things about the game on Wednesday night. For example the fans
were out in full force , and gave the
players excellent practice.
Captain Reeves won the toss and
the Cosmopolitans went to bat, only
to be retired in one-two-three order.
Herrick for the Royals started the
ball a rolling and before the side was
out had cinched the game for six
runs.
In the second the Cosmopolitans
secured two runs, and the Royals
one.
Nothing in the third for the "Cos"
with one run for the Royals. In
the fourth Capt. Reeves braves secured another run, and In the last
half treated the Royals to a goose
egg-
i'he fifth wgs remarkable from the
fact that the Cosmopolitans were retired with only two men out, but
did not phase the umpire, and to
equalize matters the Royals wore
sent to the outfield for not getting
a run.
Tbe sixth was interesting. Reeves
hit thc sphere for a base, Hcwetson,
Tyler and Garrett found the ball and
the runners were advanced bo bases.
Potter hit a grounder to Herrick at
short, who imagined that he saw a
base runner going to right Held, and
he threw the bull in that direction,
and tin; three men on liases walked
walked home. Nothing doing In tbe
seventh for either side, The score
was 8 to ti in favor of thn Royals.
Tbe "Fans" presented Manager
Reeves will) a beautiful bOqlKtt in i'e
cognition of his exee.Ient work at
first bag.
On Monday nnd Tuesday the Crnn
brook nine wlll piny a series of
games with a team from Nelson, and
on Saturday July 16, will play n
nine from Blairmore. Look out for
good games next week.
MEEIING Of NORTH
STAR MINING CO.
Reports of President and
Manager
FINANCIAL    REPORT
Report uf the president aud dlreo-
turs of tne North Star Mine fur the
year ending 31st. May, 1910.
To the shareholders ot the North
Star Mining Company, Limited.
Gentlemen—
Your Directors beg to submit a
statement of tfce Company's business
for the financial year ending 31st of
May 1910, together with tlie report
of Mr. Our ran, the manager of the
mine.
About 3,000 tons of ore have been
shipped during the year, with a net
profit of $11,759.64.
Milling, aud exploration work carried on during the first part of the
year was encouraging, and an interim report was issued to the share
holders in the beginning of January
1910, stating that the work was now
showing,^ measure of success, hut
nothing definite could be announced
until further exploration work was
done. The work was continued until the beginning of March, and coalitions looked encouraging when unfortunately Mr. Our ran, our manager at the mine, contracted lead poisoning, and was compelled to resign
his position as mine manager. At
the same time scarcity of water and
severe snow storms made it impossible to carry on the work economically, and it waa decided to close the
mine temporarily, until weather conditions improved and the services of
a competent manager could be obtained. Mr. Curran's illness is very
unfortunate for the company, as he
had a thorough knowledge of the
mine and the directors had absolute
confidence in his ability aud judgment, lt was with great regret
that the directors accepted Mr. Curran's resignation,
A cash distribution of two cents
per shnre was made to shareholders
on the lut. February 1910, amounting to $26,000.
ln conclusion the directors askt
your attention to Mr. Curran's report of the past year's work, and
the financial statements of tbe company annexed hereto.
Respectfully submitted,
D. D. MANN, President.
A. A.  THIBADEAU,
Vice President.
0. E. L. PORTEOUS, Secretary.
MANAGERS REPORT
To the Directors of
The North Star Mining Company,
Limited.
Gentlemen:—
I beg to submit the following report ol the operations of the mine
lor the last year.
Outside of the sinking and drifting
in connection with the work at the
North Incline, the work for the year
has consisted of mining ami sorting
ore from the old ore body.
When the surface work was closed
down last autumn there was still
ore to be mined from ground lying
between No. 1 and No. 2 shafts, to
tbe west; tbis ore can only be mined
in dry weather.
Of the 3.000 sons shipped during
the year about 700 tons came from
the ground now being developed adjacent to the north incline shaft. In
connection with this work I would
say that It was carried on under
many difficulties; this, together with
the fact of freight and treatment being raised on this sulphide ore, made
our tonnage from this point much
less than it otherwise would have
been-.
When this ground at the 110 north
incline was opened out last November, conditions were such that I had
every hope that we had come on a
deposit of ore similar to those adjacent to the old ore body. It was
my intention to explore tbe body of
sulphide ore by means of a short
drift from the 110 incline so as to
run under this ore, but my illness
prevented,
Steam plant and tramway have
been kept in good repair and are in
good running order. Buildings are
in good condition.
^1 regret that a serious illness compelled me to resign, and I beg to
thank thfl directors for the consideration shown me during my management of the property.
Respectfully   submitted,
NEIL McLEOI) OURRAN,
FINANCIAL   STATEMENT
Total asseets, *$i,37r>,7u().2i
Liabilities, li.aoo.ono.oii
Profit and Lous     J75.700.21
Working Account, $47,092,11
Proceeds of sale of ore $47,094.11
PROFIT  AND  LOSS
To rash distribution     $2i;,0il() (III
To balance  May 31,  1910, $7,1,700.21
£101,701'.21
Balance at credit of profit and loss
May 31,  1909,     $89,940.57
Balance from  working account
$11,759.64
Total        $101,700.21
A very pleasant lawn social won
given by the (J. |. A. to B. of L. E.
last Monday evening on Mini Murga-
troyd's lawn. The grounds were
tastefully decorated with bunting an I
electric lights The City Hand was
|in attendance, Refreshments ooneietr
I ing ol strawberries and Ice cream
were served. The proceeds amounted
| to $50. ©Ijc iJroepcttov.
ESTABLISHED   1695
A. B. GRACE.
Editor
enforcement Who then would enforce it? The Dominion govemtnenl
will hesitate (or long ere it assumes
tbe responsibility and cost ol dupU
eating the police machinery of any
province or the express and peculiar
purpose oi enforcing extremist pro
bibitory legislation, in    special   uu
THE   WATER
SUPPLY
LTD.
COMPANY
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION
Subscription
$2,00 Per Year
Advertising rates
application.
made   KttOWQ
tagonism to
and i*egulati<
- supported bj
on recent expresi
electorate In
ment "
lbe
laws
liquor trafit
ns     ol that    province,
nn  unquestionable and
ion ul confidence by the
itmt province'i govern
<uNiojj:4TOrtC>
CANNOT ENFORCE B^UTT ACT
A special     representative ol      the
"Montreal Btai    sends    tu Lhat  m
dependent and Influential  .■■ ii ■■>-
Interestingly     aualj tlual K.arenee i
the recently   Inaugurated    campaign
in this province foi     "Local i ipti< u
in liquor traffic mattero uudei  tbe w
calltd      'Scott     Ai t,    thi  aith i" iii
question containing food fui
tiun by British Columbians as     well
as touching upon    certa
the     situation lien- which have    not
heretofore  invited  public commem
" rhe Local \ipi ■■ n U ag n, aaye
the correspi indent • n qui u "in w
that     the      Cans    in mperunci
i Bcott i   Act'     has  , iietlj
amended at Ottawa bj  a    ■ ■ ai li) ing
ol    the     Urltish   i 'olumoia   cow    i
definition as to make H    ■■.-■■ ah   [o
anti*llquor extremists     I ne   11
in this Pacifl has re i ol ij
inaugurated     a campaign     in d cvci
antagonism    to it* ad .
trattic policy ol  the McBi   i   .      i
meut, aud     witb  ■ peciu
as to suggest to manj
tive partizan mspirai.
this Scott Act mo\ emei
"It will be recalled that   ■     en -a
to tbe la-it provincial     _■ m
tion, a plebiscite was   tak
the feelings of Brii       Coin     ia a*> a
whole as    to tbe expediency     ol tbe
suggestion    of adoption    in ai
this province     of the L	
plan.     The     Local Opti nists
say that they  desired  a    im
scite, but rather desired thi   g   ■■
ment to adopt      the  Local
principle   without    reference   ti     th
sovereign people; and that  thej   tu   •
as    distinctly     unfair the pi*        '■
condition, which wus thai   tm n   thai
fifty per cent of the recorded p   l foi
parliamentary  members   sbuuid aiao
be cast for local   option to    juetif)
the government in     abandonment ol
tbe principle     underlying the present
system.
"Be this contention as It may, the
Local Option League worked strenuously for a victory in and through
tho plebiscite in question, presseu
constantly and keenly fur every pos
Bible advantage in the count and recount, and then admitted in then
own published statements a defeat
by something between five hundred
and six     hundred  votes With not
unusual (recriminations nnd charges
of unfairness in tho rules under
which their battle had been fought
and lost.
"Tbe growth of Prohibition sent!
ment throughout the country, as in
aicated In tho substantial closeness
of the plebiscite vote, was voluutui
lly accepted by the government as
justification for the enactment of
much more rigorous law and regulations concerning the liquor traffic;
and as a consequence, and after very
comprehensive study by the Attorn y
General (Hon. W. J. Bowser) of the
contrasted liquor traffic laws and
systems throughout the civilized
world, an act wus passed last ses
Slon which is perhaps tne most prac
tlcal, and certainly the most drastic
on any statute book in the British
Empire. This will become a law ol
British Columbia and strictly enforced from August the 1st. Its
sweeping provisions were received
with amaze and consternation by the
trade -with corresponding jubilation
and approbation by practical and
temperate reformers.
"Even Rev. Dr. Spencer, the lender
of the Local Option tsts, felt constrained to write to Attorney General Bowser congratulating him upon
his measure. It therefore has been
a general and almost, complete surprise to find that the militant Prohibitionists in British Columbia have
not, as it had been expected they
would, been content In common fair
ness to give the drastic new act a
working trial, hut they moved meanwhile, without the knowledge of thc
provincial authorities or of the vast
majority of British Columbians, to
invoke the much-talked-of Scott Act,
concerning the practicability as well
as the principle and the expediency
of which there certainly exist grave
differences of opinion even among the
most Bincere and active of Canadian
temperance  worker?.
"At present, the Indications are
that action will soon be taken to-
ward forcing a vote for and against
the Scott Act in such localities as in !
the plebiscite vote displayed strong
inclinat mn  prohibit!) n  wind
"To those who can nnd do regard
the matter dispassionately and fair
ly this is particularly to be regret i
ed, primarily because the principle
of fair play suggests that the new
provincial act should be given an
honest trial antl secondarily because
in thus forcing n campaign against I
a distinct and well considered feature
of governmental policy, the Local
Optionists sink the humanitarian
and benevolent characteristics of
their propoganda by making thc tarn
peranre movement a distinctly parti
snn issue in provincial politics, from
which it hns heretofore beon kept de
Blrably separate anrl distinct
"There are other sound reasons for
general regret thai the Local Op
tionlsts have been so ill advised to
adopt their  present,     course   one be
CLEARING WAV FOR KITOHBKHR
London, June'-'- In view of the
probable appointment of Blr W Nteh
olson tu command ol Ireland suggest
ed, was ma) be clfl irer for the up
point men I ol Klti hener uh cnlel Ltn
perial of general *"-«■
NOTICE
NOTICE    i he ebj    given   that
ite 1  Intend to apply b
the Hoiioura    Chiel   Commissionei
• >f Lands [i : a licen ie tc prosper I
for coal and petroleum ovet tlie fol
towing lauds, situate In the district
of Southeasl Kootenay, In Lol 1598
Commencing al a post planted at
or iiiin  I'     nriles due easl ol the 39
tulle i I     "ii c   P   K   survey   Une,
vhich Ls the Western boundary of Lot
1393, and being the nori beast cornei
post  ot w     Brock's claim       thence
west eight)  180) chains, thence south
eight)   : BOi chains,     thence east  i80)
bains,  tbence     nortb Bigbty
.i ns to tbe   point     of     com
i ni    making 640 ncres,    more
Ot   less
Located tins 30th da) ot April.  1910.
WELLINGTON   BROOK,   Locator,
Eathen w   Butts, a.geut
ft     ai i   '"'.    Butts,    Witness 84 88
The affairs of the Company having
been fully wound up and the liquid*
tor having made an account showing
the manner in which the said winding
up wim conducted, which account Is
attached hereto, and the property of
tho Company having been disposed
of, notice Is hereby given that a
general meeting Ol the shareholders
Of the Company will be held at the
Company's office at Cranbrook, llrlt
ish Columbia, at tbo hour ol tWo
■ clock in the afternoon .n thfl frth
day of August, 19X0, for the purpose
of Considering   On1    said  account   and
i    any  explanation  that   may   bo
b)  the Uqldator.
—     Dated thu Bth dnv ol July, 1910
\    i   ll VRRiaoN,
Liquidator
M w   v   GURD,
W 80 Solicitor for Liquidator,
E. K P. 6fc P. House
THAT'S US
We handle Klour, Peed, Hay and Grain, Butter, Kggs, Canned
Goods of all kinds. Potatoes, Harness, Tea aud Cotlce. Our prices
are right.      Your patronage solicited.
East Kootenay Produce & Provision House
HARVEY, McCAR
and MACDONA1
Barristers mid Solicitors,
CRANBROOK,   ' B
W.
F. GURD,
Barrister, Solicitor
CRANBROOK,
G, 11   THOMPSON,
NOTICE
CRANBROOK,
McVI'
'B  s hereby   given   that   :u>
lays aftei  »iHt(> I Intend ti' apply to
the Honourable   Chiel   Commissioner
.,   is ■ i .>,   license  to   prospect
and  petroleum  over  tlie lol-
amis,  situate in tbe distiict
' 3    "east Kootenay, in Lot 45'J3:
menclng at a   post   planted at
es     due east ol the 39
mile-pust    on C   P. R,     survey line,
a     tlx1 Western     boundary of
•   1; 13,  and  being the     northwest   CRANBROOK
:orner post nl James     Dell's claim;
hence south eighty 'SO) chains.thence
last  eighty   180)  chains, thenee north
eighty (SO   chains,     thence west I80i
ilghty chains     to the point of com-
nencernent,    making  r,40 acres,  more
Barrister, Solictor
Notary Public
Otliue   Hold Uutldlng
B.
& PARKE
P.L.S. & OB.
B. 0
T.  LAIDLAW,
Located this 2utli day of April. 1910.
JAMES DELL, Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
Villiam  B.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
Mining Engineer and
B.C. Land Surveyor,
V'.O  Box 2:«i.        Phone 223.
CRANBROOK,
B. C.
NOTICH
NOTICB is hereby   given   that   30
lays after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a   license   to   prospect
for roul and petroleum over the fol-
owfng lands,  situate in the district
f Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
it near 11 miles     due east of the 41
uiile-post     on C. P. R. survey   line,
which is the Western boundary of Lot
IWI,  nnd  being the northeast corner
post of Sarah Brock's claim',   thence
west eighty (80) chains, thence south
■ighty (80i chains,     thence east (80)
eighty  chains,      thence  north eighty
'fir")  chains     to the     point of commencement.,     making C40 acres, more
or less.
Located tbis 19th day of April, 1910f
SARAH BROCK, Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm E. Butts,   Witness,       24-28
Dr. E. W. Connolly;;
physician and Surgeon
Office: Armstrong Ave
HOURS
-.! to 4 p.m.
to 8 p.Ill
Phone Offlce   105. ,
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Ii C. LIVERY FEED
&   SALE   STABLE
Roth Sin<;ie and Doblo
Drivers, for all parts
of the district. Good
Saddle Horses. Oood
Turnouts, Up-to-date
Rigs.
X Opposite Royal Hotel Phone 91
Doeast & Deacon, Proprietors
J. F. Deacon, Manager
J. W. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V., V.S.,
Graduate of Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1R98. Gradate and medalist of McKlUip
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member ol
British Columbia association.
We Deal in Everything From
a Needle to a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DEALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture a SPECIALTY
BUYER OF FURS
Sage's Old Stand, Hanson Ave
Phone an
Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
and
C 3 ntroctors
PLANS, SPKOIFIOATIONS
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
PHONE 114 P. 0, BOX 8llf>
ALL   KINDS  OF  BUILDING   MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
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NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Sale or Rent at Reasonable
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
*!hone No. 98.
ALL CALLS NIQHT . DAV PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
OFFICE  AT   McKINSTRYS   LIVERY BARN
CRANBROOK, B. C.
F. E. Orrison
Band Master City Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.   Orchestra furnished
Phone 15.V
Cranbrook
Livery
We ask you to call and try
our new Consignment of new
ami Up-to-date rigs for
Winter and Summer. Just
received Toppir and Reliable
Horses at your disposal.
Give them a trial ejad he
convinced.
CRANBROOK, B. C.
riionH 47
f rnnlironk, 11,C.
ook Lotltfe, Nu. :t4. A. F. A. M
Ki'Hulur rmM'tintjs on
tho third Thursday
of evory month.
Visiting brethren
welcomed,
ATTRIDGE, W. M.
B. W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
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iiiR lhat the very ftrat suggestion ot\y
micro*! which they may secure in the v
new policy they have seen in to 'V
adnpt. will mean destruction ol uni %
formlty and solidarity (nnd there \
fore of effectiveness for goo*] > Ln i,
provincial control of tho liquor traffic Another is that should the
Hcott. Ad bo anywhere adopted ln
this province.) the extremely anta-go-
nlBtic course of its ftdVOCttee, n«
wHl as Its contradiction of the
adopted liquor policy of th« government, will certainly deny ll the po
,k'« power    of the proving    In   Ite
STEWART'S
Tbe Leading Fruit Store.
Choice Oranges. Lemons
'SUNKIST BIIAND"
Bananas   Figs    Dates
Sweet Potatoes
Celery
Hot House Lettuce
Rhubarb    Cranberries
Sicwiii't's hltaChncoliilos
HUGH STEWART
ANCIENT ORDER,;FORESTERS
COURT CRANBROOK, 194S
Meets in Carmen's Hull 2nd and 4th
Thursday of eacb month at I p.m.
sharp.
A. McCowan, Chief   Ranter.
C. A. Abbott, Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
Fs   Oi   Ei
FRATERNAL ORDER EAQLES
Meet ovory Friday at 8 p.m
Visiting  Bi'Otnara Cordially   Invited
W. K. JohnHon, acting president.
W. F. 0. Carter, acting Sec.
Aerie Physician,   1',   O.   Box 28.
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MAPLE LEAF REBEKAH LODGE
Moflts «vtry second and fourth
Wedneuday at new Fraternity
Hall. So|ourlng RtbiKahi cordially Invited.
N.O. MIhr h. M. Tannhaneer
8ec.    Mies Mae Chapman.
w-i^ww-^H^H^-trwwwww^t
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
AGENTS FOR CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR CO'S BICYCLES
Repairing
Phone 80     •  •
Specialty.
P. O.   Box  213.
THBFALH
Phone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
rr
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
"\
\,
J
They last a lifetime and cost
very little more than thrown
ofjether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Armstrong Avenue.
Phone 1B7. Oranbrook, B.O.
ALSO SECOND HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
H.   W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
WENTWORTH
HOTEL g™^b™ok'
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, with a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   Wentworth
J. H. McDONAUD Proprietor
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Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
<*
PHONE
68
THEQUAU^jBg
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffee
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in the
Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every
article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. i quality.
.,
CAMPBELL & MANNING ij
Staple and Fancy Grocers
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Every Brotherhood workmen should keep
in mind
H. S. Peters' System of
Giving Hway His
Profits
to the Railway Brotherhoods ot the United States and
Canada. All lodges are now familiar with the proposition
that Mr. Peters has inaugurated solely in their interest and
should study the matter closely so when buying BROTHERHOOD overalls you are supporting a business that will
be your own, within the short space of two years.
No Overall on the market as good. All linen sewed, and
the manufacturer's guarantee in'every pocket.
Union Made
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***************************** 1690
220th Anniversary of
the Battle of the Boyne
1910
TUESDAY. JULY
CRANBROOK. B. C.
The parade consisting of Fernie, Creston and Cranbrook Lodges will leave the
Opera House at 2 P. M. sharp, headed by the Cranbrook Band. The speakers, both
lay and clerical, are men of ability and to hear them will be an educational treat.
Special rate between Lethbridge and Creston. Special car on No. 84 to accomodate
Creston Lodge and friends, train leaving Creston at 7:30 A. M.
Reception for Ladies at 4:30 P.M.at the Opera House
Ball Game in the Evening — Nelson vs. Cranbrook
DEGREE WORK COMMENCING AT 8:30 P. M.
F. L BROWN, Recording Secretary.
J. A. CAMPBELL, W. M.
GOD SAVE THE KING WATER ACT 1909.
i
Take notice that John Josfpb Fen-
bossy ol Oranbrook) locomotive engineer, will u|i|"l> lo the Water Commissioner at Oranbrook) on the 26th
Oay uf July, 1910, al eleven o'clock
iu the forenoon for a licence to divert one cuhir (OOt of water ner sec
nui from nt re tuns rising on north-
event quarter oi Lot BB4B group i
\ooteuuy District. The said water
Will be used (ur domestic putposes on
■mul Lut 6849, in iii hy the applicant
under a crown giant, will be conduct-
SS49 only.
id by tlmno and pipes over snid Lot
Nu crown lands will be affected aiui
no riparian proprietors ur licensees
will be altected by the works. Thin
notice was posted on the...day ul
June, 1910.
JOHN J. FBNNBSSY.
ORANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTIOB In hereby given that thirty days (rom date hereof I intend to
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner   of
il Lands and lite Assistant Commissioner of Lauds Iur the district uf
Hasi Kooteuay for a license tu pros
pect for ooal aud petruleum uu the
following described land in lllock
4593; Commencing at a pust i hinted
at tlu> southwest curner ul' Lut Nu
seven thousand two buudred anu
eighty-one (72al) being tbe initial
post southeast curner; thenee (80)
eighty (80) chains nurth; thence (80)
eighty chains west; thence eignty
(80) chains south; tbence eighty (80)
chains east to point uf commence
meut and containing six hundred and
forty nihil acres, mure ur less.
Located this 30th day of May,  BIO.
T. Ci. PROCTOR, Locator,
25 20. James Fisher, Agent.
ORANBROOK DISTRICT
NOTICK is horeby given that thir
ty days from date hereoi I intend to
apply tu the Chief Commissioner uf
uf Lands and the Assistunt Commissioner of Lands fur the district uf
Eaat Kuutenay for a license to prospect for coal aud potroloum uu the
following described land iu Block
4593: Commencing at a post plunted
at the southeast, comer of KdwarU
Curtis' location heing license No.
one thuusand three hundred and
nineteen (1310) situate un Kishcneh-
na Creek, being the initial pust
northeast corner; thenco south (80)
eighty chains; thence west eighty
(80) chains; thence north eighty (80)
chainB; theuce east eighty (80) chains
tu point of commencement, and con
talning six hundred and forty acres,
more or less.
Located this 3rd day of June, 1910.
G. W. LOPBR, Locator,
25-29. James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
J   NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days from date hereof I intend to
I apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Lands and tbe Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the district of
Bast Kootenay for a license to pros
pect for coal and petruleum on thc
following described land in Ulock
4593: Commencing at a post planted
at the northwest corner ul Lot Nu.
seven thousand two hundred and
eighty-two (7282) being the initial
post northeast corner; thence eighty
(80) chains south; thence eighty (80)
chains west; thence eighty (80)
chains north; tbence eighty (80)
chains east to point of commencement, and containing six hunhred
and forty acres, more or less.
Located this 30th day of May, 1910.
JAMBS FISHER, Locator.
25-29.
CRANBROOK LANU   DISTUICT
District   of   Bast Kootenay
Take notice thut Henry E. La Point
of Wardner, B. C, Lumberman, in
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a pust planted at
the northeast corner of Lot No. 597C
and running south 8C chains to the
northeast corner of Timber License
No. 21582, thence east 50 chains,
more or less to the bank of the Kuotenay river, thence following the
bank of the said Kootenay river in a
northwesterly direction to the southeast corner of Lot No. 1969, thence
west IC chains more or less to the
place of commencement and containing 270 acres more or less.
HENRY E. LaPOINT,
Per A. A. Lund, Agent.
June 11, 1910. 2G 34
CRANBROOK LAND  DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
Take notice that I John Angus
Fergusson, of Cranbrook, occupation
Clothing Merchant, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Cummenc-
'. lng at a pust planted about, 60 feet
distant and in a northerly direction
Irom monument 213 on international Boundary, thence west 20
cbains, thence north 80 chains, tbence
east 20 cbains, thence south 80 chains
to place of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less.
John Angus Fergusson, Locator,
John Robertson, Agent.
Dated May 16th, 1910. 25-33
NOTICB
NOTICB Is hereby given that 3d
days after dato I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands fur a license to pruspect
for cual and petroleum over tho fol
lowing lands, situato iu tbc district
of Southeast Kuotenay, iu Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 14 miles due oust, of the 39
mile-post on C. P. H. survey line,
which is tbe Western buundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest, corner
post of William B. ltutl's claim
thence east eighty (80) chains, thenee
north eighty (BO) chains, tbence west
eigbty (86) cbains, theuce suuth (80)
eighty chains to tho puint uf com
\mencement,   making 640 acres, more
Located this 20th day of April, 1910.
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Wei,ington Brock,   Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOB fs hereby given that 30
1 days after date I Intend to apply to
• the Honourable Chief Oopwnissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, Bituate In the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east of the 41
mile-post on C. P. R. survey tine,
which Is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the northeast corner
post of Cora Butts' claim: thence
south el'ghty (80) chains, thence wost
eighty (80) chainB, thence north (80)
eighty chains, thonce east eighty
(80) chains to the point of commencement, making 640 acrea, more
or less.
Located thin 20th day of April, 1910
CORA BUTTS, Locator.
Bathen W. ButtB, Agent.
William B, Butts,   Witness,       24-28
NOTICK
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable chief Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
fur coal aud petroleum over thu fol
owing  lands,  situate tn  lbe district
of Southeast Kuotenay, In Lut 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
ir near one mile due east of the 37
nile-post on    C P. R. survey   line,
vhlch is the Western boundary o
I.nt 4593, and being the Southeast
corner postof M. WAYNE TWITCH-
ELL'S claim, thence west eighty t80j
hums, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thenee east eighty (80) chains
chence south     eighty (80) chains   to
lie  point of commencement,  making
140 acres, more or less.
M.  WAYNE TWITCHBLL.Locator
Eathen W. Uutts, Agent.
Lucated tbis 16th day of April, 1910.
William E.  Butts,  Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
lays after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
uf Lands for a license to prospect
ior cual and petruleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kuotenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
>r near nine miles due east of the 35
nile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
**hich is the Western houndary of Lot
1593, and heing the Northwest corner
iiost. of Anita N. Mason's claim,
hence east eighty (80) cbains, thence
■jouth eigbty (80) chains, thence west
•ighty (80) chains, thence north (80)
mains to tho point of commencement
naklng 640 acres, more or lesB.
iocated this 13th day of April, 191C.
ANITA N. MASON, Locator.
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts, Witness.        24-.2S
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
lays after date I intend to apply tu
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
if Lands for a license to pruspect
.'ur coal and petroleum over the fol-
owlng lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
>r near 12 miles due east uf the 35
nile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
.vhlch is the Western boundary of Lot
1593, and being the southwest corner post uf Walter J. Abbs' claim:
chence nurth eighty (8C) chains,
chence east eighty (80) chains, tbence
south eighty (80) chains, thence west
■ighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
nore or less.
Located this 22nd day of April, 1910
WALTER J. ABBS, Locator,   '
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts, Witness.        24-28.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
.lays after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissionei
>( Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
owing lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near 12     miles due east of the 35
nile-post    on. C. P. R. survey line,
vhu-h is the Western boundary of Lot
1593, nnd being the southeast cornei
post of Walter J. Abbs' claim: thence
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
ilghty (80) chains, thence south (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80) cbains
to point   of commencement,   making
',40 acres, more or less.
Located this 22nd day of April, 1910
WALTER J.   ABBS, Locator,
Eathen W.  Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby   given   that   30
lays after date 1 intend to apply tu
! tin Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a licenso to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lauds, situate in the district
>f Southeast Koutenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near nine (9) miles due east ol
i.he 86 mile-post on 0. P. R. survey
line which is tbe Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Charles L. Paulson's
claim: thence north eighty (80)
cbains, thence west eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement,  making 640
icres, more or less.
Located this 13th day of April, 1910
CHARLES L. PAULSON, Locator
Eathen  W.  Butts,  Agent.
William B.  Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB Is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
■r near nine (9) miles (kite east of the
35 mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of IM.
4593, and being the southwest corner
post of Thomas W. Mason's claim:
thence nnrth oighty (80) chains,thonce
■ast eighty (80) chains, thence south
eighty (80) chains, thence west eighty
(80) chains to tbe puint of commencement, making 640 acres, mure nr less
Located this 13th day of April, 1910
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby givon that 30
days after date 1 intond tu apply tu
the Hunoiirable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
fur cual and petroleum over tho following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kuutenay, in Lut tS93:
Commencing at a pust planted ut
or near 13 miles due east of tho 39
mile post on the C, P. R. survey line
which Is tbc Western boundary- of Lot
1593, and being the southwest corner post of Wnlter W. Hay's claim:
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains, thence
south eighty (80) chains, theuce west
commencement, making 640 acres,
moro or less.
Located this anth day uf April, 1910
WALTER W.  HAY, Looator.
Eathen   W,   Butts,   Agent.
William E.  Butts, Witness.        24 28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 Intend to apply tu
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands fur a license tu prospect
for cual and petroleum over thc fol-
uwing lands, situato tn the district
uf Southeast Koutenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
nr near 13 miles due east of tho 39
mile-post on the C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
nf Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner pust uf Joseph S. Banner's
claim: thence west eigbty (80) chains
thence nurth eighty (8C) chains,
thenco east eighty (80) chains.thence
suuth eighty (80) chains tu the point
nf commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 20th day of April, 1910
JOSEPH S. DANNER, Locatur,
Eathen   W.   Butts,   Agent.
William E.  Butts,  Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days alter date I intend tu apply tu
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license tu prospect
for coal and petroleum over the foi
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot «693:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near two (2) miles due east ot the
39 mile-post on C. P R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lut 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of Walter W. Hay's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty 180j chains,
thence west eighty (86) chains thence
south eigbty (80) chains tu the point
of commencement, making 64C acres,
more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
WALTER W. HAY, Locator,
Eathen  W.   Butts,  Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE ia hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
uf Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum .iver the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near two (2) miles due east of the
39 mile-post on C. P. R. survey Une,
which is the    Western    boundary of
Lot 4593     and being the    southeat
corner     post of Ulysses     E.  Fehr'a
claim:      thence     west     eightv  (80)
cbains,    thence     north    eighty (80!
chains,     thence     east    eighty    (80)
chains,     thence   south     eighty (80)
chaina to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located thiB 15th day of April, 1910
ULYSSES E. FEHR, Locator,
Eathen  W.   Butts,  Agent.
William B. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
uf Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near fourteen miles due east of
the 38 mile-post on C. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
south eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910
WELLINGTON BROCK, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is horoby given tbat 30
days after date 1 intern] to apply to
tim Honourable chief Commissioner
of Lnnds for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootonny, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post, plantod at
or near one (lj mile duo east of the
37 mile post on C. I'. 11, survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lut 4593. and being the northwest
corner post of Anna K. Wsbb'fl clnim.
thonce oast eighty (80) chains, tbence
south eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (SOi ehulns, tbence north (80)
eighty chains to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, inure
ur less,
Located this H'.lh dnv of April,  1910.
ANN\ K. WEBB, Locator,
Bathen W. Uutts, Agent.
William  B,  Hutts,    Witness,        24-28
NOTICE
notice is hereby givon thnt 30
duys after dnte I intend to apply to
thn Honourable chief Comml« oner
of Lnnds for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum over tho following lands, situate in thu- d.strict
of Southenst  Kootenay,  in  Lot  4593:
Commencing at a post planted nt
or near one ill mile due enst of the
37 mile-post on 0. Pf R. stiivey line,
which is the Western boundnry of
Lot 4593, anil heing the northeast
corner pnst uf Anna K. Webb's
claim: tbence west eighty (K0) chnins
thence south eighty (80) chains tin nee
east eighty (SO) chains, thenee north
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this 16th day of April,  1910
ANNA  K. WEBB,  Locntor.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
 |
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days ufter date 1 intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tlie folluwlng lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kuotenay, hi Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near fourteen (14) miles due enst
of the 37 mile-post on O. P. il. survey line, which ia the Western buundary of Lot 4593, and being the
southwest corner pust of Eathen W,
Butts' claim: theuce north eighty
(80) chains, thence enst eighty (80)
chains, thence suuth eighty (80)
chains, thence west eighty (80)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more ur less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910,
EATHEN W. BUTTS, Locator.
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dute I intend to apply tu
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate iu the district
uf Southeast Kootenay, In Lut 4593:
Cnmmencing ut a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
41 mile-post on C. P. U. survey line,
which is thfe*- Western' boundary ui
Lot 4593, and being the northwest
corner pust ol Churles 10. Webb's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chuius; tlience
north eighty (80) chuins to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 15th day 'f .\pril
1910.
CHARLES E.  WEBB,  Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tbe Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
uf Southeast Kootenay, in Lut 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 14 miles due east of the 38
mile post un the C. P. R. survey
line, which is tbe Western boundary
uf Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of William E. Butts'
claim', thence north eighty chains,
chains, thence west eighty chains,
thence south eighty (80) chains,
thence east eigbty chains to tbe
point uf commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 191-0.
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator,
Eathen W. ButtB, Agent.
Wellington  Brock,   Witness.       24-18
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
daya after date I intend to apply tu
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 pust plauted at
or near three miles due r.nyt uf the
41 mile-post on C. P. IU survey Une,
which is the western buundary of Lut
4593, and being the northeast cornet-
post of Eathen W. Butts' claim
thence west eighty (80) chuius; thence
suuth eighty (80) chains; thenco east
eighty (80) chains; thence north eighty (80) chains to tbe point of commencement, making 640 acres, more
nr less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
EATHEN   W.   BUTTS.   Locator,
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tha Honourable Chief Commissioner
nf Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Koutenay, in Lut 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 12 miles due east of tho 38
mile post nn C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Charles E. Webb's
claim: tbence north eighty (80)
chains, thence west oighty (80)
chains, thence south eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (HO)
chains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 21st day of April, 1910.
CHARLES E. WEBB, Locator.
Bathen W. ButtB, Agent.
William E, Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICK is horeby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
thu Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate In the district
of Southenst Kootenay, in  Lot 4593:
Commencing ut a post planted at
or near tive miles due east of tbe 41
mile post on 0. P. It. survey line,
which is tbe western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the Southwest coiner
post of Charles W. Mason's claim
thence north eighty (80) chains;
thence east eighty (80) chains, tbence
soutli eighty (80) chains, thence west
eighty (80) chains to tho puint of
commencement, aking 640 acres,
more or less,
Located this 14th day of April, 1910
CHAHLES  W.   MASON,  Locator,
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Hutts,    Witness.        24 28
notice
NOTICB is heroby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Ohio) Commissioner
of Lands for n license to prospect
for conl nnd petroleum over the following hinds, Kit until in the district
of Southenst Kootenny, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a  post,   plunted at
or near live miles due east of tho 41
post nn    C. P, U, survey line, which
is the western boundary of Lot 4593,
and  being  the southeast corner post
of Chun   A.    Mason's   claim: thence
nurth eighty  (80)  eliuins, thenee west
eighty (80) ehuins, thence south  (80)
eighty chnins, thence east olghty <K0i
chains to ihe point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 14th dny of April,  1010
CLARA A. MASON, Locator,
En!hen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts,   Witness.        24-28
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NOTICE
NOTICE i8 hereby given that 30
dnys after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of thc
•11 mile-post on 0, P, It. Biirvey lino,
which is tbe Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the southwest
corner post of Charles L. Paulson's
claim: thence east eighty (80) chains,
thenco north eighty (80) chains,
thenee west eigbty (80) chains.thence
south ei'ghty (80) chnlns to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
CHARLES L.    PAULSON,Locator,
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE iH hereby given that 30
days after date I inteud to apply to
thu Honourahlo Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 451(3:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three miles due east of the
•11 mile-post on O, P. It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Peter C. Paulson's
claim: thence west eighty (80)
chains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thence east eighty (80) chains
tbence south eigbty (80) chains to
the point of commencement, making
640 acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
PETER C. PAULSON, Locator.
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICH
NOTICE is herehy given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
thc Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleuni over tlie following lands, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near two miles due east of the 39
mile-post on C. P. It. survey Une,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tbe northwest
corner post of Maud J. BasBett's
clnim: thence east eighty (80) chains,
thence south eigbty *,80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains.thence
north eighty (80) chains to the point
of commencement, making 640 acres
more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
MAUD J. BASSETT, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts. Agent.
William E.  Butts.    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after dnte I intend to apply to
tbo Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lnnds, situato in the diwtriet
of Southeast Kootenay, iu Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near three (8) miles due east of
the 37 mile-post on 0. P. it- survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 4593. and being tlio northwest
corner post of Anna K. Paulson's
claim: thenco enst eighty (80) chains
thenco south eighty (80) chains,
thenco west eighty (80) chains,
tbence north eighty chains to tho
point of commencement, making 640
ncres more or less.
Located this 18th day of April 1910.
ANNA K. PAULSON, Locator,
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,  Witness.        24 28
NOTICE
NOTICE I'h hereby given that 30
days after dnte I Intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situato in the district
of Southeust  Kootenay,  in  Lot 4593;
Commanding at a post planted nt
or near three     miles duo east ol the
37 mile-post on C. P. It. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being the northeast
corner post of Mary Geraghty'a
claim: thence west eighty (80)
chains.thence south eighty (80) chains
tbence east eighty (80) chains,thenco
north eighty chains to tbo point of
commencement, making 640 acrea
moro or less.
Located this 18th day of April, 1910
MARY GERAGHTY,  Locator,
Eathen  W.   Butts,   Agent.
William E. Butts, Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe ft 1-
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post plunted at
or near two miles due east of the 30
mile-post on C. P. R, survey lint,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tbo northeast
coruer post of F. Charles Bassett's
claim: thence west eighty (80) chains
thence soutb eighty (80) chains,
tbence east eighty (80) chains.thence
north eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 15th day of April, 1910
E.  CHARLES    BASSETi\Locator,
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SO
duys after date I inteud to apply to
tho Honourahlo Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situato ln the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593;
Commencing at a post plnnteil at
or near five miles due oast of the 41
mile-post on C. P, It. survey Une,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tho nortuwest
corner post of Wellington Brock's
claim: thence south eighty (80)
chains, tbence east eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) cbains to tho
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located this 14th day of April, 1910
WELLINGTON  BROCK,  Locator.
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given tbat 10
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in tbe district
of Southeast Kooteuay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or noar live miles due east of the 41
mile-post on C. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lut 4593, and being the northeast
corner post o[ William E. Butts'
claim: thence soutb eighty i.80)
chains, thence wost eighty (80) chains
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, making 640
acres, more or less.
Located tbis 14th day of April, 1910
WILLIAM E. BUTTS, Locator,
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
W. Brock,  Witness. 04-2S
NOTICE
NOTICE in heroby given that 80
days alter date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourahlo Ohio! Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tho following lauds, situate in the district
of Southeast Kooteuay, In  Let  4593:
Commencing ut a post planted at
or near one mile duo east of thn 36
mile post on C p, It. survoy line,
which is the WftHtern boundary of
Lot 4593, being the south wr-st corner post of Herbert. S. Jones' claim:
thonce east eighty ixi.i chains, thencn
north eighty (80) chains, thence west
nighty chnins, tbence south eighty
(HO) chains to the point of rnrn-
menenment, making 640 ncres, more
or less.
Locntod this Ifith day of April, 1910
HERBERT S.   JONBS,  locator.
Bathen w. Butte, Agent.
William E,  Butts.    Witness.        24 2*
L The
Monarch
McClary's
Famous
PATMORE BROS. . „ A1,
M«n^«hie     Plumbing  aud   Heating  Engineers   »as><-Alta
Malleable «THE> RANGE STORE" atld Koote"
Iron Range        in a class by tih>msi3i.vi:h...pikst.cu8s        tiayRatiges
t4.* * | mi w*>i>J condition, iiuml power.    Ap
2> ;   plj   ni  Prospector Offlc
LOCAL   NEWS.
i  Man
I'm imii. and  .'       \n«us,   of
Lie;   and     P   w    Hopkins   ol
ii the Cranbrook   Wod
in   UA]
 ....... m • • •>     Wa tei     Seii-y.     lormerlj  U   P   It
foreman,    wit"   wae injured     in the
Verj   choice  watermelons al    Stew    ,n)P).k ,„ ...^u,,. 134^  l(,lt  Sunday for
arts. Vanco m
W.  D,  Hill, left "ii Sundai   aet fui      T!l(.    ,       „    .,.    n 11V    rowfi     lUll,
Vancouver. homos ou the streets is getting to be
i ■   isani e and a serious menace   i o
Cholci     Hon i] da tppies   at   Wi,n kli[1I lawns,
Stewart's,
Miss  Maj   Ll    Evans,     daughter ol
P.   K.   Anderson,  ul   Rossland spent   Ujli(i.,   Kwill,   u,    Montreal,     epenl
Mon-da)  In thi    it) Thurmlaj   in   the citj  the     guest  o4
Miss  B    Pettlt
Constable Adney, ol    Wardner,  was 	
in the cltj Tuesdaj Mrs    John     CfalbraiUi,     ol    Fort
Steele,  wae in     ibe city     Thursday,
'■ ■-        lazelwood     butter-milk at   vtrttliig Mi    dames Clark who   Is   ill
Stewart's every day. a)  .:i,   gt    Eugene hospital
NOTICB
NOTICH ie heroby -given thai 30
days aftei date i Intend to apply to
the i tonmirablo chtol t'oinmisslouor
ol Lands foi n license to proapeol
for ooal and petroleum ovoi Uie to]
towing lands, sltunte In the dlatrlcl
of Southeast  Kootonay, In Lot   1599
Commencing u( n   poal   planted ut
or near 11 miles due   east ol the  10
mile poat    on C   i'   ll   survey   lino, i
which Is tho Westorn boundary ol Lol j
1593,  aud bolng tho bo ut boast cornei
posl   ol  Mmtie l-Vbi's clnim.    thonco
wosl  eighty isn chains, thonco north
eight]   l»0) chains,     thouce east  (80]
eight)   chains,  thenco     south eighty
chaius i" ibe point ol commencement
making 640 acres, more or less,
Located this 19th day ol April, 1910.
MINT1K   KKHK,   Locntor.
Eathen W   Butts, \gont.
William   E    Units.     Witness 24 2S
W.  H.   M< in.-,  ol   -ill
the city  Sundaj    ast
ffM   •"     Ou   Monday,     Mrs      Hannant,   of
Skoi k buck   brought     hei   Little
- ■.   * hi   is vei \  .11 with pneumonia
W. M   Olajl  I   ai *■   came   in   .,   y^    Bent's private hospital
from Marysville Tuesdaj 	
  Mi   and  Mrs   A   a   McKlnnon and
Kenneth    Campbell    waa     it   from   .■ir,..-,   left  on Tuesday's flyei   tor   a
Fort Steele on  iV'edneedaj ..   : ■:,.   , _Ml   ullll   fiends on
sti u    Mass . and Mabou, C.  H.
Choice apple*,  pears,   peaches   and  .
plums at Stewart's todaj y\     \   Rollins whs in the city for a
—— re**  h   .i-   in     Monday but returned
Jas,  Campbell     and     wife   eft on ,    -!;, v.ftmp at stt    Mary's LaKe as
Sunday lor an eastern   . - t,
Harry Hesse, ol Moyie, was In the
city Wednesday on business.
Y. i;. Rutley, of Macleod, was in
the city  the lirst ol this  week,
A. L. Couzens, ol Marysville was In
the city Tuesday on business.
TO RENT. Bachelors apartments,
Apply  to BBATTY.
It. Fltzgi raid, of Creston, was In
tbe city Tuesday on business.
Hazelwood Ico Cream at Stewart's
Strawberry und Vanilla flavors.
Canned goods of nil kinds at the
East Kootenuy Produce &  Provision
Mrs. Willis Pettlt nnd Miss Pettlt
will not receive again until September.
soon as     the tight   results   wets received.
li    Carson,  brother of the late en-
Carson, has taken     Mrs. Carson and baby to     Moose Jaw   for a
■ • ■   p ■■■■ ■■ - to her sailing for tho
i Ild   I '■r.nury.
.lust arrived, another shipment of
harness. Come and see us before
placing your order. We can save you
monej The Kast Kootenay produce
&  Provision House,
H. S Aiknis, the genial proprietor
ol "The Palm" is improving his neat
little place by putting in a new line
ol show cases, and also installing an
electric Ice cream freezing plant.
There is a peeping Tom in Cranbrook, who is making a practice of
looking in windows at night. Sometime he will get what's coming to
him,  possibly r charge of No. 8 shot.
Wm. Hnrtoii, of Creston, was transacting business at CranbrooR this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nesbitt, left
on Sunday last for a two weeks visit
to the coast.      Mrs. Nesbitt's health
0. li   Drown, accountant  for J. D.  J"*/^.'T-   u^T^'t '? S°m
McDride, left on   Sunday     for coast  [^^'tr            ' R
Points. , '       * 	
„.,        , ~~ ,,   I   The  Beattie—Murphy    Co.,  are In-
he   V ES» v i "„    a coat of  stnli",i' so™ "*** *» wa" ™A s,,"w
tie.   la bolng improved by a coat of   .Hi.eK   thua nlaking thci,, stnre up.to
1                             'Into in evory respect.     Thin firm be-
Go to Stewart's     for preserve  »*£■*£ »«"»« '-   to good   for
cherries. \ ory    choice I (kanagan
sturk' |    Next Tuesday  July  12th,     will   be
('oiwtni.i,.    lne     Wnlfih     „f     t?nrt   tlll! 22Cth anniversary ol    the Battle
Constable   Joo     Walsh,   of    Fort  ot the Bnyn    and th      Q
Steele wus in the city Wednesday on  „. f)lo     ,iu.f,:„t     ... i,        i      Vi
.     . j j ui the     distiict     will meet in Cran-
uusiness, ^ i brook to celebrate.       Speakers both
Mm      \    c     RbanirinnH       wt „n   lav an,i c,erlcfll w^ he in attendance
Mi       A.  (      Shankland      left on  all(1       ood tlm   (   expectea#
with fru nds   at f        •
Sunday for n visit
Winnipeg.
F.  E.  Simpson   and son     Utnald,
re  Visiting  in  Moyie Tuesday  and |jftmmed  between t
t Wm. Harrison, brakemun on tbe
way freight, received serious In'uries
Thursday   by being
at    Ryan,
Wednesday
Best flour and feed in tho city   at
The  East  Kootenay  Produce & Piv
vision   House.
wo cars. He had
three ribs broken and some internal
! injuries. The latest report state he
is doing well and no serious results
'" [are anticipated.
The nneat    ba,u aad bacon m   the L* *  ^ ^mm tn
city nt     the host Kuutenay Produce   r,)m„i„,„ „, „, Tin™...,  tLzHz
complete set of Tiffany jewelry nnd
cut glaSB eases, the most modern and
attractive cases turned out hy the
manufacturers. Mr. Wilson believes
.n displaying his extensive stock to
tbe best advantage, and a call at
-,.  , ,   .    |his store will   convince anyono that
;!:::",.^:;:,",:.:"...l,.!:in.„.J"i".^"; «■ «*mt of goods is .«™i.t I
Provision House.
Headquarters for butter  snd eggs
The Harft Kootenay  Produce .<-  Pro
vision  House.
the city anil compares favorably with
iny of the tgrger centres.
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast   Kootenay.
leaugo players   got whal they needed
some practice
A Bane Fourth o! .1 iiy lo the United States, Ls sure to make a lot of
Insane Yankees
Tnke notico that I,   Joseph Walsh,
Wil! Rollins    'amc 36 milea to jel   Constable, of Kurt Steele, intend to
Jen     :   the   BgM and   drop e cool  apply lor permission to purchase thc
hundred on Jeff following described  lands:   commenc
ing at a post planted   at   thc   north
TO RENT,     furnished    rooms,    nil line of Oarlln'a timber lease running
conveniences,  private borne,  apply to 20 chains north,   thence    40    chains
The Proapectoi office. east,  thenee 20 chains south, tlience
 — 40 chains west to the place   of   eom-
Belkirk Preceptors     '"i'l s i In   mencement, containing h0 acres more
monthly assembly in     tin-   Masi	
Temple Monday evening.
Mrs. S. 0. Watson, of Sirdar, was
the guest ol Mra, H K Connolly,
fur a lew days this week.
Miles Cunningham, ol Calgary, has
accepted a position with tho C, P, Ic
dining car department   here.
The members ol I. 0 F 1871 will
attend the Presbyterian Church In a
body nexl  Sunday evening
Kruno
Ht Illli
>n,  a
In
ar
lllll
chestnut,
weigh
ng   !
lllll
poll
nln
wll
stand   at
the  Criinbi
>ok
Hill
lien
II
Ml
1,1.Kli
Lcavo
irders
foi
you
P
i" ci
vim
Itaspl'err
cn    at
ri
C'.VI
Wn
II
t n<
eeivns   vc
rv chn
ce  sl
ick
ilinl
v
Tin
seam in   is
about
over
Hee O. H Lonstt * Co , for plnm
for spring building and bo ready t<
•tart with tim opening of the season
or less
JOSEPH WALSH.
Dated June 18, is*li» 27-35
NOTICE
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chiel Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
for eoal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the distriel.
of Bout boast Kootenay, in Lot 4598:
Commencing at n post plnnteil at
or near II miles due cast of tbe 41
mile post on C. p. It. survey Une,
which in tho Western boundary ol Lot
■IVi.'t, and being tbe northwest corner
post ol Luis Brown's claim: tbence
south oighty (80) chainB, thence east.
eighty (80) chalne, thonco north (80)
oighty fMi chains, tlionco west iho)
eighty chains, to tho point, of commencement, mnking G40 acros, moro
or less.
Located this 19th dnv o( April, l'.tH\
■LUIS (I   DROWN, Locator.
Eathen W.  Hutts. Agent,
Willinm  E.  Hutts,    Witness.        \'.\ 2*
NOTIOH
NOTICH fa hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
ol Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tlie following lauds, situate in the district
ot  Southeast  Kootenny,   iu   Lot   45'J3:
Commencing at a   post   planted a(
or near  It      miles due east of the 4o
mile post     on 0.  P, R. survey   line.
which Is the Western boundary of Lot
4593, and being the southwest cornei
poat of -Mary Denner's claim:   thence
north  eighty  ISO)  chains,  tbence east
eighty   (80)   chains,   theuce  south(80j
eighty  chains,     thence     west eighty
cbains to the point of commencement
making 640 acres, more or less.
Located this 19th day of April, 1910
MARY DBNNHR, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
William  E.  Butts,    Witness.        U4-28
NOTIOH
OTICH le heroby   given  that   au
a iiftei  date I  intend  to apply to
H hi rub lu   Chief   Commissioner
Lmi Is i i  a   license   to   prospeel
i  tin-1  petroleum  over  the fol
lug Imi Is, situate In tho district
million i  Kootenay, in Lot 4898;
in mono lng nt. a post planted ut
near olovon miles due east of the
nub' post uu C, I'. It survey tine,
th is tin* western boundary ot Lot
1. and bolng Ihe northeast corner
t of Katherlno Butts' claim tbence
Hi eighty (80) chains, thenre west.
ity isui chains, thenee north (80)
Ins, thonce east olghty chains to
point  of commencement,  making
acres, moro or Ichs.
ated this 19th duy of April. 1910
K VTHHRINK  BUTTS,  Locator.
EDathen W. Butts, Agent.
Hani  D.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICE
NOTICH] is hereby    given   that   30
lays nfter date I intend to apply to
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a    licenso   to   prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following  lands,  situato in the district
»f Southenst   Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing ut a   post   planted at
ir near 11 miles   due east of   the 40
mile-post     on O. P.     H. survey lino,
vhlch     is the     Western boundary of
.ot 4593, and being   the     northwest
oriier post of .lumes     Butts'   claim
;hence   south     eighty     (80)   chains;
thence east eighty (80? chains; thenee
nortb eighty (80) chains; tbence west
eighty (80) chains   to   the   point   of
commencement,    making     640    acres,
more or less.
Located this 19th dny of April, 1310
JAMES BUTTS,  Locator,
Eatben W. Butts, Agent.
William E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
ORANBROOK LAND    DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
Take notice tbat I, Mrs. Sadie J.
McFarlanc of Cranbrook, B. l\, occupation Married Woman, inteuu to
apply for permission to purchase tbe
following described lands: Commencing at a post planted on tbe west
bank of the Moyie river one chain
47 links east of tbe N. B. corner of
Lot No. 9797, thence west (30) chains
tbence north (15) chains moro or less
to south coruer of Robertson's purchase, thence east (15) chains more
or less to west line of J. Robertson'
pre-emption, tbence south (10) chains
more or less to tbe S. W. corner of
J. Robertson pre-emption, tbence
east (12) chains more or less, thence
south (5) chains to point of commencement, containing 35 acres more
or less.
SADIE   J.   MCFARLANE,
Thomas Cadwallarder,  Locator
Dated April, 20, 1910. 22-30
NOTICB
NOTIOH is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 459.t:
Commencing at a post plnntcd at
or near 14 miles due east of the ;iy
mile-post on C. P. R, survey line,
which is the Western boundary of
Lot 4593, and being tbc northwest
corner post of Eatben W. Butts'
claim: thence south eighty (89)
chains, thence east eighty (80) chnins
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence west eighty (80) chains to the
point of commencement, mnking (140
acres, moro or less.
Located this 20th dny of April, 1910.
EATHEN   W.   BUTTS,   Locator,
Willinm E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
CRANBROOK  DISTRICT
NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days from dato hereof I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
of Lnnds nnd the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the district of
East Kootenay for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on thc
following described html in Block
4593: Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of Wdward
Curtis* location being license No.
ono thousand three hundred and
nineteen (1819) situate on Kbheneli-
na Creek, being tbe initial post
southwest corner, tlience north eighty
(HUi chains; thence cast eighty (88)
chains; thenee south eighty (80)
chains; thence west eighty (80)
chains to point of commencement,
and containing six hundred and forty
acres, more or less,
Located this   3rd dny of June, 1910.
G. W. LOl'ER, Locator,
25-29. James  Fisher.  Agent.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
tho Honourahlo Chief Commissioner
of Lands for n license to prospect
for coal and petruleum over the fol-i
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:'
Commencing at a post planted at I
or near 12 miles due east of the 41
mile-post on 0. P. R. survey line,
which is the Western boundary of j
Lot 4593, and being the southeast
corner post of Albert Brock's claim:
thenco north eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, tlieuce south
eighty chains, thence east (80)
eighty chains to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, more
or Icbs.
Located this 20th day or April, 1910
ALBERT BKOCK, Locator.
Eathen  W.  Butts,  Agent.
Willinm E. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
dnys after date i intend to apply to
tint Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over tlie following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near one mile due east of tlie 37
mile post ou the 0. P. R. survey
line, which is the Western boundary
of Lot 45D3, and being the southwest
corner post of James H. Geraghty's
claim: tbence east eigbty (80) chains
tbence north eighty (80) chains.thence
west eighty (80) chains, thenco south
eighty (80) chains to the point of
commencement, making 640 acres
or less.
Located this 16th day of April, 1910
.IAMBS  M.  OBRAQHTY,  Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent.
Willinm  E.  Butts,    Witness.        24-28
NOTICB
NOTIOH is hereby given that 30
days after date l intend to apply to
tho Honourahlo t'bief Oommlssioner
of Lands for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lnnds, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenuy, in Lot 4593:
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near one mile due east of the 3(1
mile-post on C P, it. survey line,
which is tho Western boundary of
Lot 4593, nnd being the southeast
corner post of Olive H. Twitchell'a
claim: thence west eighty (80) cbuins
thence north eighty (80) chains,
thence east eigbty (80) chains, thence
south eigbty (80) chains to tho point
ol commencement, making 640 acres,
more or less.
Located this IGth day of April, 1910
OLIVE  H.  TWITCHELL,  Locator.
Bathen W. Butts, Agent.
William B. Butts,    Witness.        24-28
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GRASPING 1
the opportunity in the moment   X
nppnrtuno     Ih     whom     some
"catch on" and     where others
do not.
BOTTLING  iX)FT
DRINKS
is a knack thut requires experience nnd.  sclentiHe apparatus,
We have both nnd bring them
n use when wo bottle summer
drinks. It's 0. K. If wo bottle It.
EAST KOOTENAY
BOTTLING CO.
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.
▼W,V WWW WW WW WW w w w^
o
.Ham and Bacon
Our smoked aieats 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.
IIP. WOODS & CO.
PHONE 6T
P. 0. BOX-154
If It's Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We can't be beat
We'll Both
Be Pleased •
if ynu'lmy your meat here. Ynu,
b(H,tJU8Q you will |{6t better a< d
more meat for tlie money than
you over pot before. We, becatii e
we wlll have another mUIsBmI
customer. So why not come ai.d
select the moat aud eut you want
today? We know you will be n» •
glad you did as we will lie to ai'd [
your name to our list of friend*.
P. BURNS & CO.
Phone 10 P. 0. Box 3
'WWW WW WWW WW "WWW**
If It's Paint and Painting
We are here with the Goods
B. H. SHORT
Painter  and  Decorator
*******************************************'
The Prospector $2 Per Year

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