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Array Uliwi «l U|. Am-
VOLUME 18
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CBANBROOK, BRITISH OOHJMHIA, SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1910
NUMBER 32
CRANBROOK NINE VICTORIOUS
POLICY CON-
pvCll I1C f\' Played Seven Games Lost Noae
Significant    Observationsby Admiral Mahan
POLITICAL EN6INI.ERING
Bsland l), anil
Northpurt 1,
Record of Provinces by Sir Wilfrid on
His Western Tour
Slgnlfleioht observation by Admiral
jMahan, the great writer on Naval
policy.
A remarkable 11 indirect condemnation of tbo course of the Laurier
Government witb regard.to the Ua.
nadian Navy comes fnun unexpected
quarters. Admiral Mahan, the
American writer, is tlio greatest living authority on naval subjects. His
great book on "the inliuence of Sea
Power" have bad nn enormous eflect
and are largely responsible lor the
present anxiety oi the nations to
Improve their navies. Not long ago
he contributed to the Dally Mail of
London a weighty article on naval
DKpurutjons an. tin defence ui tbc
British Empire; ln the course o. it
he observed that it is difficult for
democratic Governments to prepare
properly for emergencies, and then
lollows this- passage:—
"As it how stands, tne British
i-biv.nre territorially is an inheritance"1
trom times not democratic, and the
world is interested to see whether
the heir will prove eriuul to his fortune. There are favorable signs; one
of the most so thnt has mot my eye
has been the decision of thc Labor
Government in Australia that in time
of war the Austrnlinn Nnvy should
be at tbe absolute disposal of the
Hritish Admirality. Such sentiment,
realized in coinmensarate action, is
effective Imperial democracy."
Observe that he praises Australia
ior resolving to place her forces at
the disposal of the Admirality, r.n.t
says not a word about Canada and
ber ".May" clause. He does not regard that as a good sign. By inference he regards it as a bad sign.
The' ('rnnbrook base ball nine who
are making a tour of West Kootenay
have certainly done themselves proud
and have carried the Oranbrook colors to victory ever since leaving the
city. Crnnbrook lias every reason
to he proud of. thc team, and to assist t in every why. Following is
a list of games played ami won:
Friday, July -2!tth, Nelsou 3, Cran
brook 4. -l .
Saturday, July 30, Hossland 4 und
Cranbrook 7.
Sunday, duly 31', RossJaml 2 und
Cranbrook 8.
Monday,  August  l,It(
Cranbrook 7.
Tuesday,   August     2,
Crannrook fi.
Wednesday, August 3, Hossland 1,
Cranbrook G.
Thursday, August 4, Nelson 2, and
Cranbrook*   11.
Friday, August 5th Nelson 8, nnd
Cranbrook 111.
The team plays Nelson on Friday,
and a Ooltville, Wash., team on Saturday, Sunday and .Monday, and
expect to reach home by Wednesday
or Thursday of next week.
ALFONSO AND VICTORIA LEAVE
SPAIN
Quarrell With the Vatican
fl DAY OF
PLEASURE
POLITICAL ENQINEERING
Sir Wilfrid Makes Many Promises
Race   Meet   at  the
Trotting Park
GOOD ATHLETIC SPORTS
An Excellent Programme,   Delights
Large Number of People
I There has been much promising so
|far in Sir Wilfrid Laurier's tour. Up
to dato the record is;--
! The harbors of Fort William uud
Port Artnur will bade great sums
spent upon them.
Tbe Wellund Canal will be deepen
ed.
The Georgian Bay Canal will be
dug.
Mr. Ooraee's Canal from Port Arthur to Edmonton is under hopeful
consideration.
All this comes under the bend of
I Political Engineering. Needless to
say Mr. Pugsley was in the vicinity
when some of these promises wore
: made.
I Mr. Templeman may be on hand
jwhen Sir Wilfrid stops, between
trains, at Cranbrook, when we may
expect a promise that our new Post
j Office will be under construction just
ins soon as an election is in sight.
G0UN6IL
MEETING
what The City Fathers
Are Doing
NO STREET PREACHING
New By-Laws Passed With Report of
finance Committee
Sun Sebastian, Spain, Aug. I,—
Alfonso ami Queen Victoria left ibis
morning for England. It is feared a
civil war will break out and an attack made upon the tcueen who is
hated by the clericals. They visit
visit the president o. France on the
way.
TO   ARUHST P1UESTS
Mahrld, Aug. 1. Premier IVnelolns
lelt in charge by Allonso, ordered tho
urrest of priests who hgve attacked
the government and the king as a result of tlie breach with tho Vatican.
Additional Locals
Rev. p. J. Kuthertord and family
of Creston, have been guests at the
Methouist parsonage for several da>s
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. McBean, of Winnipeg, wli') have bei.n miking a trip
through the west, were registered nt
the Cranbrook Thursday.
M. A. Beale gnd G. H. Thompson
returned Monday from a fish n? tlip
to St. Mary's lake. They caught a
large number of trout, some weighing
two pounds.
D. J. Elmer returned Thursday W. J. Dockery, formerly of the
from a trip albng the Crow line. !staff of the Prospector, accompanied
  [by Mrs. Dockery left oo Sunday for
P. Cole and family returned this .Spokane, where they will settle per-
week from a trip to coast points.       jmanently.
A. B.  8mith, of Tracy Creek, was I   P. Dougeon, brakeman on the way-
ln the city Wednesday on business.      j freight east,  while unloading freight
  jut Jaffray Friday morning    has  the
Geo. Henderson, of Bull river, man- | misfortune to have his left hand so
ager of the Bull Uiver Power Co., badly jammed as to necessitate the
was in the city Thursday. j amputation of the third linger.
F. J. Dickinson, of JnfTray, was in
the city Thursday ou business.
S. E. Bradley, of Nelson, was a
Craubrook visitor Thursday.
Keep off the sidewalks is the slogan
these days.
Choice California Graphs today at
Stewart's, the first of the season.
A. 11. South, bus heen appointed
mangglng director of the Cranbrook
Agricultural Association.
Misses A and J. Havoll, of Wardner,
have accepted positions on the Post
Office staff.
Mrs. B. Kennedy and Miss Maggie
Kennedy, left on Wednesday for an
ox tended visit with Iriends iu Prince
Edward Island.
Mr. und Mrs. F. E. SlmpBon and
son Donald, left on 213 Saturday for
Kamloops where thc will reside per-
mantly.
Go to Stewart's Tor fresh buttermilk, He receives dally shipments
of Hazel wood double jersey buttermilk.
P. Matheson is improving the Imperial Hotel by having it painted
outside and putting a pressed iron
celling inside.
, E. H. Small left on Friday on a
bitsimss trip to Canal Flat. Mr.
Small expects to be away far a week
or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. DeBock left   on
Wednesday     for Fort George,    ufter
spending a few days with friends In
this city.
A number of young people from
this city Bpent thc civic holiday at
Moyie and enjoyed themselves to the
fullest extent.
We arc sorry to have chronicle thai
Harriet, the fourth daughter or Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Neshitt Is seriously
-ill, 	
' L. J. Cranston, principal of tne
[Oranbrook Public schools, accompanied by Mrs. Cranston and child, re-
1 urned on [Wednesday from Brandon,
:Where they* nave been visiting friends
lor the past month.
) .1. 13. Duion, of Lethbridge, succeeds F. W. McDonald ns manager of
the local brunch of P Bums & Co.
Mr. Duion is no stranger in Cranbrook having been in the employ of
the same firm some four years ngo.
As soon as the round bouse at
MaclcOd is completed that city will
become a divisional point., and all
passenger trnins will change crews at
Mncleod and (Jranbrook, the next
division eust being from Mgcleod to
Medicine Hat.
J. Howell, of Spi.kaiie, arrived at
Cranbrook Frldny. Mr. Howell is a
mining mail', and has a very valuable
mine located on Tracy creek on winch
a large amount of money !ins been
expended iu development work. Mr.
llowoJl left on Fridays stage for a
visit to his property.
We nre Informed that a number of
children under Ki years of age make
a practice of roaming the streets at
all hours of thc night and causing
tbe police a lot of trouble. Parentt
can only blame themselves If they tlnd
their boys or girls in the lockup
some morning.
P. Woods & Co have disposed or
their business to thc East Kootenay
Butcher Co., and desire to thank
their many friends nnd customers for
their patronage during the past two
yours and bespeak for the new firm
your continued support and patronage.
Monday evening about 7:30 the lire
whistle sounded for u tire in the sawdust near tho Electric Light power
house. The brigade made a record
run and laid over 1300 feet of hose.
The sawdust was thoroughly soaked,
and nil danger was ended. If thc
fire bad gotten a good start, with
the strong wind tnat was blowing,
serious dumagc must have resulted
for that end of the elty.
Association Weet.
The race meet, of the Cranbrook
Park Association took place on Wednesday. There was an attendance of
over ;i00 spectators, and u large entry list, and the "Meet" a local
affair gave perfect sgtisfgetion to all.
A noticeable feature of this event
was tbe promptness in which the
events were called. There were no
long waits, that usually tire the
people in attendance, thc officials in
charge doing their utmost to avoid
this, so as to provide for those present a good tune.
There were some tine racing, the
finish, of almost every event close
and exciting.
The first event was a pony race,
half mile heats, best two out of
three, lor a purse of 450.
There were six entries; Ginger, entered by C. Miller was first, with
Diamond, entered by  Patterson, 2nd.
Uidy 1)., entered by Ef Mallandaine
won the first heat in the race in 58
seconds, but owing to a cracked hoof
was drawn in thc final heats.
The next race was a half mile dash
for a purse of $25; with four entries.
Fruncis, an Indian, un Bald Face,
won, with Albert, an Indian, on
Sandy 2nd.
The next race was a five-eighths
dasn, beats, for a purse of $50.
There were three entries, Prince, entered by McDougal was first in both
heats; with Iodora second.
In the half mile dash for a prize of
$50, there were three entries. Clover-
Leaf, entered by Dr. Hull; Fondo entered by I. Fierce, nnd Iodora, by an
Indian. The race was declared a
dead heat, and was to be run over,
hut the owners of Clover Leaf and
Iodora divided the purse.
Four Klutehineu entered for tbe
Squaw race, getting off to a good
start, Susan took tbe lead winning
the race, with Adelaide second.
ATHLETIC    SPOUTS
In the 100 yards dash for a $1C
there were tive entries; Tyler took
first money, with Brecbcn 2nd.
There were seven entries in the
220 yards dash, which was won by
Brechen, with an Indian named Abel
2nd.
Those present freely expressed their
satisfaction at the success of the
meet, the racing being excellent, and
the decision fair. The Cranbrook
Band, enlivened tbe scene, at times,
witb excellent music.
It is such events as this thgt gives'
pleusure and an outing to our citizen's, and would be very much appreciated if given at least once a month
during tho summer months.
FORESTS FIRES STILL RAGING
Much Damage Being Done
1 A large number of men were engaged in lighting forest tires this
week, ahd the showers of Friday has
been of great help in extinguishing
these Arts.
East of Cranbrook, some two miles
and a half, a large fire has slowly
been burning its way up tbe moin>
tain side.
At Bull river tbe Power Company
have had a largo force of men employed fighting a fire west of their
camp. It i.s said that the tire is now
under control.
Late last week a fire started east
of Kimberley, which s^on became
very extensive, and threatened the
camps of the Staples* Lumber Company at the bend of Cherry creek.
Over 300 men were employed to tight
this fire, Which has passed to the
north, and is burning in the vicinity
of the Skookum Chuck, It is reported that the O. P. R. camps have
vacated, and that the smbbe is so
thick, and hangs so low, that It is
impossible to make much headway In
lighting It.
I An extensive lire soutb of this city'
destroyed  the    East  Koot.n.y  Lum-
;ber Go's., camp No. !)     gnd ako the
'stables of  the King Lumber Co.
Extensive fires are bum ng in the
mounta ns ncrth o. thc Elk river,
and nothing but a heavy down*, our
of rain will extinguish it.
INSPECTORS REPORT
Lots of Fruit Used in Cranbrook
Fruit Inspector Ashworth makes
the following report for July of
fruits received In this city:
Apples 107 eases, Pears 4!) cpsfs,
Plums 108 eases, Pencil's 135 e.ises,
Apricots 83 cases.
The only fruit condemned during
tho month wus on1, cuse of peaches.
This speaks well for the quality of
fruit shipped. Mr. Ashworth speaks
highly of tbe quality of tho shipments and informs us that a ne
could lie better.
If you advertise in The Prospector
ni are sure to have returns.
j   There wns lots     of fun at the race
| meet on Wednesday.
j Nurse Harrison accompanied W. II
Wilson and party on their guto trip,
! Dr. Bell, was at Moyie Saturday
looking over his timber limits,
| Fire Banger Benson was busy this
week tooling after the fires whico
.were raging ull over the district.
[ Patmore Bros are erecting the cor
nice on the new Imperial Banki
building.
| W. B. McFnrlane, of the C. C. 8.
[made n business trip to Wardner Friday.
It. Fitzgerald, J. Cook, and B. J,
Long, of Creston, were in the city
Friday.
lt. Benedict, secretary of the Board
ol Trade left on Friday on a busi
ness trip to Lethbridge.
J. H. Alexander, of E.ko, wns tn
the city Friday on business,
i The Boynl Bank hnve had very
tasteful signs put on the windows of
their premises. B. H. Short was the
artist.
Judge Wilson and Chief Constable
Sampson came In the city last night
on the local from Ferine for thfl
trial of Burrell the alleged horso
thief, that will take place this alter
noon.
W. H. Ward, accountant for the
King Lumber Co., has resigned bm
position and is leaving in a few days
for Spokane and othor points to the
south.
I   Advertise In the prospector.
i M. Burrell, who was charged with
stealing a team of horses from J.
Kinney, pleaded guilty and Was sentenced to one year in Nelson jail.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson und
daughter accompanied by nurse Wilson, nnd W. F. Attridge, Jeft this
morning for an "Auto" trly through
the Windermere district, and from
there to Golden.
Friday morning, Cecil, the 13 year
old son of M. McCarthy, of Creston,
was killed by being struck by an
engine near Colemnn. The body was
brought to this city on Friday night.
Mr. McCarthy, is the foreman of the
steam shovel gang, nnd formerly
lived on Pooley avenue, in this city.
; Lust Sunday afternoon, H. T.
Dun el, tbe milk-man, found one of
Ills cows tied with fence wire to a
tree directly in the path ol the lire
thut was raging near his ranch. Fortunately the cow was discovered In
time. Mr. Daniels would like ta find
the party or parties who at tempt .ed
this dastardly trick mil he would
make it warm for them.
Tbe East Kootenny Bottling Co.,
inn kept, very busy these days keeping tholr orders filled. In u conversation with the manager, Mr. 0.
Rtovous, we nn- Informed ilmt tho
output (or June und July was a re
Cord breaker and that, the prospects
for continued business n i o very
bright. Mr. BtOVons is to he eon
gratulated on his, success und to be
commended for the quality of goods
tu> manufactures. He believes in
Crnnbrook and in Ins business and is
advertising both by the ojecol Ience of
effervescent liquid goods.
Advertise in the Prospector,
A meeting of the City Council was
held in the Council chamber on
Thursday evening.
lt was moveo ny Aldermen Green
ami Johnson, that Aide.man Hunt
tali.' tlie chutr.
There were present Aldermen Hunt,
Aroon, Campbell, Patmore and John
son,
The red/ids of the lasl regular
and subsequent special meetings were
read, and on motion of Aldermen
Johnson and Campbell adopted as
read.
At this stage of the proceedings,
the Mayor took the chair.
A resolution irom the Hoard of
Trade, requesting that proper hitching posts, for teams owned by country farmers, wus readf Also a second
resolution to the eilect that the
council make the necessary provision
tor the keeping of the sidewalks free
and unobstructed.
it. was moved by Aldermen Johnson
and Campbell, that thre resolution,
re hitching posts he referred to the
Board of Works, witb power to act.
In the matter of iaomg the sine-
walks free of obstructions, it was
wall is free lor trumc, it was moved
by Aldermen Green and Campbell,
that tbe Hoard of Trade letter be
received and  filed.
ln regard to street cleaning, thi
city engineer was given power to act.
It was moved by Aldermen Patmore
and Johnson, that the Finance com-
m.ttee confer with the B.,aid of
Trade, re the sending of a mineral
exhibit to the Spokane lair.
A communication    from th;' Salvation Army was on motion tiled.
I   It was moved that the communlca-
tioii  from  tbe     Fuirbaok Morse Co.-,
be referred to the Wator committee.
Ihe Finance Committee then presented their regulnr monthly report and
recommended tim* accounts u oiinf-
Ing to $3,571.75 be paid.
it was moved by Aldermen Patmore
and Hunt, that the accounts of the
Fink Mercantile Co., he paid; the
Mayor not voting.
It was moved by Aldermen Hunt
gnd l'atmore, that the accounts as
presented by the Finance committee,
not otherwise provided for, bo paid.
On motion of ANh rnieii Johnson
and Campbell by-law No. so was ro-
considertd, passed, and finally adopted.
By-law No. 81, was on motion of
Aldermen Hunt nnd Patmore lecoti-
slderod, passed, und  finally adopted,
On motion, bj law No. 83 was reconsidered,  passed and  adopt id.
Un motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Patmore, leave was granted to In
troduce by-law No. 84, being cited ns
thc water by law ameiiument No, 8.
Said by-law was read a first and
second time, and tbe council then resolved into a committee of the whole
with the Mayor iu the chair to consider by-law No. 84f
I Un rising the committee reported
progress,, that they had considered
by-law No. 84 clause by clause, and
recommenhed said by-law for its
third reading.
On motion of Aldermen Hunt and
Patmore, leave was granted to read
by-law No. 84 a third time. Said
by-law was then read a thud time.
On motion of Aldermen Green and
Campbell leave was granted to introduce by-law No. 85, being cited as
the Street Traffic By-law.
Said by-law was rend a flrst and
second time. Council then resolved
into a committee of the whole with
the Mavor in tho chair, to consider
by-law No. 84.
Un rising thc committee reported
that qy-laW No. 85 had heen consld
ered clause by clause, and recommended it lor a third reading.
Un motion leave wns grunted to
introduce by-law No. 8 for a third
reading. By-law No. 85 was then
read a third time.
Said by law No. 85 reads as
follows'
A by law to amend by law No. 13,
being the Streets ami   Traffic by Jaw,
fI) Section 2 of by Inw Nn. 13 is
herehy repealed mil lbe following
substituted in  lis stoad,
(2) Nothing mi flu- preceding see
tlon contained shall bo construed as
prohibiting the congregation of nidi
vldtinls to attend street preaching
provided tho written consent of tho
Chief of Police af tho Olty of Cran
brook ban been first had uml obtain
ed by the participants thereof.
Tins by-law *mny bo cited     for all
purposoe at the Streets    mul Traffic
Amendment. By-Law No. 2.
i   Moved by   Aldormen    Oroen     und
ipatmoro that tho  Council     adjourn
until Friday morning, August 5th, at
the oflice of the City Solicitor.
The above by law was reconsidered,
passed, ami finally adopted, at the
meeting on Friday momlngf
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS
Burrell and Bancroft have Plemin-
ary Hearing
Morris Burrell, the alleged horse
horso thief, was up before Judge
Ryan on Wednesday for preliminary
examination, gnd was coin itted for
trial beforo a court of competent
-urisdictlon.
V. Bancroft, charged with criminal
assault on a little girl named Harri-
sun of Wardner, had bis preliminary
examination, and was committed for
Wednesday and was committed for
trial before a court of competent
jurisdiction, He elected for a speedy
trial.
Last. Sunday morning It. Kellock
was taking a stroll along Hanson
avenue, and when in front of conductor Bliss' residence a dog ran out
and bit bun Beverly on tho leg. He
complained to Mr. Bliss and getting
no satisfaction placed the matter lo
the hands of the police with the result that Mr. Dog will wen I his way
to tbe canine heaven by way of the
bullet route on   Friday.
CAPT P. ELLIST0N MURDERED
Private Grant the Guilty Man
Victoria, August t.—Captain Peter
Ellison, one of tho most brillu nt and
populgr officers of Uie Work Point
permanent forces, was this morning
shot through the neck with a service
rille by Gunner Grunt, 'ibe Captain
died in agony within a few minutes,
His murderer went into biding presumably in the brush, and all tbe
permanent loree is engaged in search
for him.
Grant was arrested at 11:38, very
drunk, by provinrial officers, and delivered to the military authorities.
He will be tried by court-martial.
Grant had been punished for some
slight breash of servloe 'regulations!
and upon coming out of the guard
house waited for his captain, as the
latter came to his office, and shot
him down  without warning.
Captain EHlison besides being a
conspicuous military officer, was one
of British Columbia's foremost fruit
growers and horticulturists. He
leaves a wife and  family.
THE CAUSE OF MANY FIRES
The Regulations IHiregaided
The Provincial government and the
Inn I department of the C. P. It.,
have both done splendid work this
season in handling bush fires and it
is regrottnblo th t the clause iu our
Bush Knes not providing that locomotive engines shall be equipped with
efficient spark nnesters, which shall
be kept in good oilier, is not enforced, lt is a common sight in the
'Crow's Nest. d strict to see eng.ius
shooting forth showeis uf sparks and
apparently the keeping of an appliance on the smoke stacft which will
prevent the emission of sparks would
interfere with the draft particularly
on the heavy grades, to such an extent that regulations are constantly
bring disregarded.
■ The fact that, a large part of the
territory between Kooten ly Landing
and Crow's Nest has been on fire at
fairly close intervals along the line
of railways tins summer demon.
strates pretty well from what origin
the fires spr.ng.
Where there's a will, there's a way
to advertise in the Projector.
Y. W. Hopkins, uf Nelson is trail-
acting business in the city today.
The Coul Creek football teim and
their friends came in on 213 th s
Afternoon.
H. M Farrell, of Vancouver, Is in
the city on basin ss today.
11. M, Hood, nf Victoria, is re/is-
lered  nl   the  Cranbrook today
Mr. and Mrs. Y. d Hoover, of
Oorbln, were Oranbrook visitors   to
day.
There wen- five    automobiles at the
rare i ruck on Wednesday,
I tn in on Friday was a very welcome
visitor, not only to tho farmer, but
In i hi' lumberman
Horn at Mrs. Bent's private honpl
tali Cranbrook, Fridnv. August 5th.
to Mr. ami Mrs. Frederick MrKwnn,
a son,
The boll Will Boon be placed in the
belfry of tho Public school, and wh n
this Is done, it should he rung so
that the children would acquire the
curfew tmhlt.
Advertise in  tho Prospector. ®l)C litoovcctov.
ESTABLISHED
18'JS
A. B. GRACE,
Editor
Subscription    -      -      $2
,00 Per Vear
Advertising rates   madt
application.
known   on
-
srrpi.Y   COMPANY
I/IT).
NOTICE   OF   DISSOLUTION
Nothing doing in the preaching line
on the street corner tomorrow, ex
cept by the Salvation Army!
There Is a suggestion ln the recent
utterance ol Rev. Dr.     Spencer,   aj
the  "Ladysmith Chronicle,"   that   bo
may be trying     to  make  u  political
issue of the Local   option
Bonners Ferry,    Wash.,     will   "go
dry"   next  month,  and the
that  town in order to mainl ail
revenue required  for  local   neo
will   Increase  the  licen <
tected from all businesses conducted
in tht' town by '!:. : . per cent Th1-
was one of the features ol the cas
that     did   lot Jt   Itself  to   the
business  Interests     whei    thi
drv rote was bi        tbei
But it [9 thr' way of co lective hu
inanity tn be Indiflerent when a med
dle^ome min ritj
o[ ,i privilege      ft is     nlj     when a
common   right
public  bee mi -    aa   isei
down  on the oppn ssoi
humanity  evei   takes
minority seriously thi    .."■
smoked  out   like   t  tr       ■
or yellow Jackets
About the h isiest □  t*san e ai j
munity can     have ls a ssioi
maker of moral    at andai Is     I  *   thi
rest of the people.     Such     en   is   i
ly appear at the head
ation  with a high sounding
name  and  they   get    them sel\
dorsed by other      irganizath ns
as mmlsryrmi     associations,    cl
bodies aiul so oi       Th is armed with
"authority"  these     busybodies   | *
ceed to deprive the  rest  ol   the    on
munity of such privileges as thej can
influence the     authorities to cut  ofl
And  if the     local    authorities   don't
accede to the views of these "thinki
ers      for    the    communit■     *'■■ .   an
subjected  to abuse    an !  ci as .:■    lor
not placing    these  ' busybodies"    on
the pinnlcle    oi fame,    as moral reformers.
No legislative system lias ever been
more extensively or falrlj tCBted
than   that   of  prohibition. During
the Inst sixty years it Ims been tried
<m the state wide scale in many do'
ferent sections of the United States
Hnd under the most dlveirse s ><'inl nml
political conditions, ihe period of
trial ranging from three
braska to fifty three yi
mont. By its own reco
it has done and what it h
prohibition must. be judged.
every page of that   record, froi
to    carry   nu    business     within    the  THE  WATER
Province  ol   Biitiuh Columbia, ami to
carry out or edect al, or any ol the
objects oi tlie Company to which tbe
legislative authority ot the    Legisla
ture oi British Columbiu extends.
The head   ottlce of Ox- Company i>     The affairs of the Company having
situate at   the City of Montreal,    in been full\  wound up uud the Ibjuida
the Province ol Quebec. tor having made an account showing
The bead office of the Company   in  the manner Ln which thc said winding
tins Provinct is situate at Cranbrook   up VVns conducted,  which   account  is
and  W.   l*,  Uni'**,   Barrister-at-law   oi   attached  hereto,  ami  ihc property of
Cranbrook   aforesaid,    whose  address j he Company    having   been    disposed
is Orauuivua aion.uij,  Ls th« attor- ,0f, notice is  hereby     glvw    that u
ney for tbo Company. J general mooting ol    tbc   shareholders
The amount; ol    ihc capital ol   the   0f the Company will be held at  the
Compauj   is  Five Hundred Thousand.  Company's oltice at Cranbrook, Brit-
doUors divided    into  Five    thousand   iBh Columbia,   at    the   hour   ot   five
Bharea. o'clock In the     afternoon   .n the st li
litVUN  under my  hand nnd  Seal   flay o(  August, 1910, tor tbe purpose
oi Ottica at  Victoria, LJrovince  0f considering tho    said account and
mbia this sixth j any explanation that  may be glvon
t-\   the Liqldator
Dated this Gth dav  ol  July,  1910
N,  1.  HARRISON,
Liquidator,
W. i-\ QBRD
W.
BEATTY
Undertaker,
Bmtalmar,
b'nnornl Dlruotor,
CUANUROOK, H.l',
E. K. P. & P. House
THAT'S US
We handle Flour, Feed, H»y »nd Oraio, Butter, Blip, Canned
Goods of all kinds; Potatoes, Harness, Tea and CoBee. Our price*
nr» rlRht.     Tour patronage aoliclted.
East Kootenay Produce & Provision House
■ i. s
laj - '    July,    • ue     i bousand
una- !. mired  and  tea
"J,  l'.  MoLfcUD
Acting   Registrar   ol
i ant dtock * 'ompanles.
which this   Com
ihed      and
; 30
ollcltor for Liquidator.
i&TS  in No
by what
mt. done
on
be
ginning to end, are written the words
failure, folly, farce. Nowhere has
it abolished the liquor traffic; no
where has it. lessened tbe ConBtimp
tlon of liquor or IcaBoncd the evil of
intemperance. Neither as a state
wide system or under Local Option
has prohibition ever made the slightest contribution towards the solution
of the liquor problem. The one solitary service it hns rendered to socle
ty Is that of furnishing a warning
example of the folly of attempting
to legislate virtue into other men's
lives.
In spite ol     the dry    weather and
contrary to a bylaw  in force in this
city wc are     informed     tbat parties ;
have been starting tires in tbeir back \
yards for the     purpose of     burning i
rubbish,     it, is commendable to keep
the yards clean, but it    is also com
mendable to respect the law, especially In this city,     where for    the past
few  weeks  a number of speakers   on
thc C. C. S. corner have been telling
us how the law will be enforced ami
what a corrupt city  government    we '
have.      In our     issue ol  the 23rd   of i
July,   we  called the   attention  of   the ,
citizens to the fact that the careless- ,
ness of one might mean a     loss   for
many and while we are anxious to do
the best for Cranbrook that we can j
morally, yet we think that we should
Bee that the by-law   protecting  prop
erty should  be     enforced, and  those
who wilfully, knowingly, or unknow
Ingly, break tbe    law     In regard to
setting out  ure-, should be punished,
no mattei  what rank oi  station thej
may hold.    There is another by lav*
that Is   being hr iken    and     that   is
obstructing tbe    udi walk -      It   >.- a
«hame ami a   disgrace to     Bay such
meetings as the    one      last Sundaj
evening > o   the     corner    ol     Baker
street and  Armstrong avenue, ari   In
the  Interest of law and ordor      No
meet lng i .' h    thai    deliberately .
allows tbe lam to be broken, that,
for the lake . airing opinions on
civic government can ■ ladiei with
small children to imve to tair tbe
middle of the I reel while an audi' nee. j
of '200 people occupy the sidewalks,
which we aire Informed by thc speak
ers, was built with blood mmwy
In the future tin- police will be only
doing tbeir duty, and crjifering u
favor to pedes! i lan h ■ keeping the
sidewalks clear
LICENSE TO AN  EXTRA
PRO\ IW'IAL  '<'.V
COMPANIES      A'T.
(July I ■!.  1910 i
CANADA
Provinco ol British Columbia,
THIS IS To CERTIFY that ' THE
JOHN L CABSIDY COMPANY "
fLimited)  is authorised «nd Ueonsof! ,
y '
pan>      bas    been
liceusi 'i ure
: b< tllng     and
. i   and ri tall   all
"otheuware, crockery, china.
i dlverVare,    lamp   goods
ney .   uerallj.
nki   u.-'I    and  tease,
■   anj   lands,  ma
oportj   that  may
purpi . * b   ol   the
. .   ■
. an i ■■n-i i uct buildiuge,
x, . v- and machine);> Ln connection
i- . .; ■ --■■ ■ . I he ci ■ nponj
irehase oi otherwise acquire
amy othei ; i opi 11 les, rights ana in
terests foi anj tht purposes afore
.
anj  ti ade marks, indua
■ .-'.i nt  rights,
i   authorities foi
espect       ,.:,..   mveni ion which
■■■..:    th<    . mpany;
iledgt   •;.    let or d»s-
I   -•. a Is,  works, trade
marks       Austria! ii signs,     patents,
the!   properties   oi
inj
.. and    wc shares an I bi cui
it ies ;u • - mpanies  arrying   on
isincss oi a tik« nature, and to
sell or otherwise deal with the same;
t'o take and acquire and     bold se-
■ tj    il any  nat ur<   or kind, real oi
liabilities  o)    ob-
ligatii ns to th   i   mpany, incurred or
•   n   .■ :■ .   .    respect of the pur-
.-. - on.      .•■---    ;   th     ■ mpany,
i      I     anj  and a I     matters   and
necessarj   fit i r proper in uud
sab , Lmfporta
tion and manufacture ol goods, wares I
merchai lise, and    generally  to   CRANBROOK,
carry uii the business of     wholesale |	
and retail dealers in all kind.-> of
earthenware, crockery, china, glues
ware, silverware, lamp goods, cul
Isrj   and Eancj  goods generally;
in enter into partnership or into
any arrangement for shaiing p.*odts,
union of interests, co-operation,
j> 11in adventure, reciprocal consession
or otherwise with any person, firm
or company carrying on or engaged
in or about to carry on or engage in
any business or transaction which
this company is authorised to carry
nu or engage in, or any business or
transaction capable of being conducted bo as to directly or Indirectly
benefit this company und to lend
money or credit to, und to aid by
guarantee, endorsement or otherwise
any such person, firm or company,
and to take or otherwise acquire
shares und securities of nny such
company and to sell, bold, reissue,
with or without guarantee or otherwise deal with tbe same.
HARVEY,    McCARTER,
vxii   M VCDONA1 D,
Lliirrislers mul Solicitors,
!R \ NUKOOK, B. C
VV.  L\ Gl KIV
Rarrister.  Solicitor, etc .
CRANRROOK, It. C
(,.  II   THOMPSON,
Rarrisior, Solictor, und
Notary fublic
Oltieu   Hold Bulhtluga,
CRANBROOK, li. C.
McVITTIE Si PARKER
P.L.S. & CE.
CUANUKOOK, B. C
j.   1.   LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer uud
R.C. Land Surveyor,
I Mi   Box 236. Phone 2!
B. C.
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X Dr. E. W. Connolly f
♦
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Physician anh sunora
Ottlce: Armstrong An
9 ir, 11 u in
Phone Offlce
HOURS'
•i iu 4 p.m.
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♦ 15 C. LIVEKYFEEpI
1 &   SALE   STABLE X
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|. W.  RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V..   V.S..
Graduate ot Ontario Veterinary
college, Toronto in 1.-98. Gradate and medalist ot McKillip
Veterinary college, Chicago, 111.
in 1900. Registered member ol
Ilritish Columbia association.
Hulli Singie und Doblo
Drivers, for all purls
of ilm district'. Hood
Saddle Horses. Good
Turnouts. Up-to-date
Rigs.
ALL CALLS NIGHT . DAY PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY'S   LIVERY  BARN
CRANBROOK, B. C.
^ Opposite Royal Hotel Phone oi
♦ Doeast & Deacon, Proprietors
* .1.1. Deacon. Manager
F. E. C^rrison
Band Master City Band.
Teacher of String and Standard Instruments. Choir
trainer.    Orchestra furnished
Phone 253.
CRANBROOK. B. C.
>l-
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x Cranbrook IkAf
♦ *     -A.    ■ X
x    Livery
Regulur moetiiitfa on
the ibird Thursday
of every month.
Visiting brethren
wolcomud.
We ask you to call nnd try
our new Consignment of new
aud Up-to-date rigs for
Winter   and   Summer,    Just
I'd Toppir and   Reliable
s    nt    your    disposal.
them    a    trial  n.ii'l  he
iced.
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F.  MTltlDGE, W. M.
Vl). W. CONNOLLY, Secretary
Hok
,.k. II 0.
ANCIENT ORDER, FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, 8943
Moots in Carmen's Hall -'nd and  lib
Thursday of each month at 8 p.m
sharp.
A.  MeCoWan, Chief   RaBger
C. A. Ahiiuli,  Secretary.
Visiting Brethren made welcome.
..........    4    .    .    i^   I .	
t'CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
Fk    Oi    Ei
fFRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
'! ] Meot oVory Friday at. 8 p.m
•♦   Visiting   RrotnorH Cordially   Invitod
STEWART'S
The  Leading  Fruit Store.
Choice Oranges. Lemons
'SUNKIKT BRAND"
Bananas   Figs    Dates
Sweet Potatoes
Celery
Hot House Lettuce
Rhubarb    Cranberries
Slcwurl's lini'i'liiiniluii's
W. M. Johnson, acting nrestdont.
W. F. O. Caiter, actlnn Hoc.
Aerie I'hyiileiun,    P,   II.    Box 'IH.
STEWAR'i
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tl
Mf-rts every sscond und fourth
Wsdnotday at nflw Fraternity
hjall, Sojourlnfl RobaKahl cor-
dldlly liwltcd.
N.(i. Miim li. M. TnnnhntiBor
Kit,.      M|rh  Mar f'hapmnn.
v,.....,..„....,.mi......i.M.tiuViiWiWrfrt^
: K(ick)1 Mountain Chi
S NO    12b    li.  A. M 5   "
5      Regular uiouttugai   2nd Tuofl
"»   day   in   I'ai-li   month    ul   olght
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iiner |,I George  R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
1 "" k'
j Sojoiirnlug ConipaulonR   ar
J ,'»r, i iiill v In v il oil
J ll     11. BHORT, Scrlb* K|
5 Box 202       OltANHKOOK, D. 0.
tpaulono   are   *
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W. Cline
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nt tbe dlii Miuuuiim Harber
Shop oan now be tminr) Id the
MANITOBA HOTEL
First ('lacs Work  In
all   branohea of tho
Tonsorial   Art
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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
Sdge's Old  Stand, Hanson Ave
PhoM 3S1
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
HOUSES
For   Sale or Rent at Reaiosablt
Prices.
Office& Workshop—Lewis St.
"hone No. M.
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Bufjy Wheels
AGENTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR CO'B  BICYCLES
—o—
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone GO     •   •   •     P. O. Box ill.
THEPALH
Rhone 141
Is the Place to go for
Ice Cream and
Home Made Candy
r
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 Avenue.
Phone U>7. Oranbrook, B.O.
ALSO  SIICOND    HAND MACHINES
FOR SALE   CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
5
and ♦
Contractors
Plans, Spkcifications
and Estimates
rvMisNEe oi muMTioN; j
i >
m JNE 114 P. O. BOX 86ft ' >
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING  MATERIAL
CONSTANTLY  ON   HAND.
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NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.C.
r
H.   W.   SMW,   Proprietor.
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WENTWORTH
HOTEL £Ebrook'
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   Weritworth
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
i! Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that enn i'-'''
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
: PIONE
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i*t ' **. A ■  '     • *r*
»r -
Oolr  Si; » dard X
Teas pnd Coffee 1
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
Steple end Fenoy Opooeve
1
M'MtMM HIMMllMM<MIMMMM»M NOTICB
NOTICE is Iwreliy given that 30
days after date I Intend to nmdy to
the Honournhle chiel Commissioner
ol Lands (or a licence to proBpect
for coal and petroleuni over the. ful
lowing lands, situate in the district
ol Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4598:
Commencing at a post planted nt
ar near 5 miles due. Kant of the '.VI
mile post on 0, 1'. lt. sur ey I ne,
whlth ia the Westtrn hound ry uf Lot
4198 and being tbe Southeast cornel
pott ol Char.e3 W. Mason's citurn
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   18O1   ihan.s;
theme South eig.ity   iSil)   chains;
thence Bast eighty iSl'i chains;
to the point of conimeut'tmi.iii, maS.
log 640 acres more or less.
Located th'.s 28th day ot May, Will.
CHARLES VV. MASON, Looutor
Balhen W. Hutts, Agent
Ralph L. Burlingham, Witness    i'Vl'l
NOTICE
NOTIOB is hereby givtn that 31
days alter date 1 intentl in apply to
the Honourahlo Chiel OoiimlBsione
ol Lands for a license to prospeel
for coal and petroleum ovor the lol
lowing lands, situato in tha district
ol Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 45U3:
Commencing at a post plauteil at
or near 3 miles due Knat of tbe 38
mile post on 0. P. R. survey 1 ne,
which is the Western boundary ol Lot
45»3 and being the Southwest corntr
post ot Chtster R. Paulson s claim
thence North eUhty   (Ml)   chains;
thence Eaat   eighty   18C1   chains;
tnente S„ut.i eignty   no)  chaina;
thence  Wost  eighty   t80j   ihains;
to the point ot commencenunt,   matting i>40 acres more or loss.
Located th.s 28th day of May, 1910.
CHESTER R. PAULSON, Locator
Eaihen W. Uutts, Agent
Ralph L. Burlingham, Wuness    2H-33
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissionei'
of Lands for a license to prospeel
for coal and petroleum over tho ful
lowing lands, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4598:
I Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due East ot the 33
mile post on C. P. R. survey I ne,
which ii tbe Western boundary of Lul
4593 and being the Southeast corner
post of Paul A. Paulson's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80i   tba.ns;
thonce South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence Eaat   eighty   (80)   chain;
to the point of commencenunt,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 28th day of Mny, 1910.
PAUL A. PAULSON, Locator
Bathen W. Butte, Agent
Ralph L. Burllngham, Witness 29-33
NOTICK
NOTICB is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Conimissionei
of Lands for a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum over the following; lands, situato in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot *593.
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due East of the 31
mile post on C. P. R. survey I.ne,
which la the Westtrn boundary of Lot
4593 anh being tbe Northwest corner
poat ol Theodore Cogswell's claim
theme* South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence Eaat   eighty   (8Cj   chaias;
thence North elshty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   tba.ns;
to the point of commencement,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located this 28th hay ot May, 1910.
THEODORE COGSWELL, Locat r
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William B, Butts, Witness 29-33
NOTICE
NOTIOE ia hereby given that 30
dayt after date I intend tn apply to
tha Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Landa for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fui
lowing lands, situate in the district
ol Southeast Kootenay, in Lot «598:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near on mile due East of the 31
mil* poat on O. P. R. survey line,
which la tha Westers boundary ol Lot
4598 and heing the Southeaat cornei
pott of Virginia W. Mason's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  Weat  eighty   (80)   iha.ns;
thtnet South eighty   (80)  chalne;
thence But  eighty   (80)   chains;
to th* point of commencem. nt,   making 640 acrea more or less.
Located this 2ith day of May, 1910.
VIRGINIA W. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
W. Brock. Witness 29-33
NOTICB
NOTIOB la hereby given that 80
daya after date I intend to apply to
tht Honourable  Chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a   license   to   prospect
' t coal and petroleum over the ful
■wing lands, situate ln the distriel
f Southeaat Kootenay, in Lot 1693:
ummencing at a post plnnteil at
ur near 5 mites due Eaat of the 31
.nil* pott on O. P. R. survey I.ne,
which to tht Westirn boundary uf Lot
.593 and being the   Northjust  cornor
ost of Ulytaea B. Fchr's clnim
ti.tn t South eighty   < SO)   chains;
thence  Weet   eighty   (80)   tha ns;
tlience North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Bait eighty t80j chain;
to the point of commencenunt, making 640 acrea more or less.
Located thia 28th day of May, 1910.
ULYSSES E. PEHK, Locator,
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
Ralph L, Burllngham, Witness    29-33
NOTIOB
NOTIOB it hereby   given   that   30
daya after date I intend to apply to
tht Honourable   Chief   Commissionei
of Lands for a   license  to   prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lands, situate in the district
ot Southeaat Kootenay, ln Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post   plantod nt.
or near 5 mllea duo   East of   the   42
mile post on C. P.   R.   sur ey   hue,
which It the WesUrn boundary of Lot
4693 and being the   North nut.  corner
poat ot Thomas M. Mason's clnlm
thtnet South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thence  Weat   eighty   (80)   chains;
thtnet North el"hty   (80)   chains;
thence But  eighty   (80)   chains;
to tht point of commencenunt,   making 040 acres more or loss.
Located this 25th day of May, 1910.
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butte, Agent
W. Brock, Wltattt 29-11
NOTICE
NOTICE in hereby   given   that   30
lays alter ditto 1 intend to apply to
.i.u tiouuurable  Chief   Comnusaiontr
ii Lunas for a   license   to   proapect
for coal aud petroleum over ihu (ol
lowing lands, situate in the district
it Koiiiaeast Kootenay, in Lut 4593:
Commencing ut a  pusi   planted at
ir near (3 miles due    East uf   tuc 3,
n.ne post uu 0, P.   11.    sur.ey   i ne,
tjteh is tbe We.-tirn i.oiiiid try of tjot
si and beiu,j tbe Southwest   eurn^r
lost oi Kaiph L. juningnam s cuUni
thtn.e Last   eighty    . ut'i   chains;
thence .nui ill e.-luy   ihiii   chaina;
thenee   West   eighty   ttiu,   i ha us;
tnea.e S,.ut.i tig.ily   iMi)   chaina;
to ihe point uf commencem tu,   m....
ing 540 acres nine ur less.
Located ilus l.th duy ol May, 1910.
KALI 11  L. HLuLLM.HA..,,  Locator
Eathen VV. Uutts, Aj;eiit
W.  Block,  Witness 29 33
NOTICE
NOTICE is la.'c.j given lhat 31,
.lays alter Hate 1 intond lu api,ly t,
thu Honourable chief Ooiitmissionei
uf Lands for a license to prospec,
iur coat and petroleum over uie ful
.owing lands, situate in the district
jf Southeast Kootonay, in Lot 4;i'j3.
Commencing at a post planted ai
ur near ii uii.es due Kast uf the 3..
l.iile pust on 0. 1'. lt. sur.ey i.ne,
hich is the West, rn ijoi<nd,ry uf Lot
4593 and being the Southwest corner
post ut Clara A. Mason's cairn
iimuT North entity   (a0)   chains;
thence Kast   eighty   t8t'j   chaius;
tueiue h,,tit i iig.,ty    i8l,)   chains;
tlience   West   eighty   thu,   ihans;
to the puint of Luiiiiiiei.eeiiknt,   matting litO acres mure ur less.
Located th.s 28ttt tlay of May, 1910.
CLAl.A A.   iVlAaUtN,   i.ue.itul ,
Eniben W.  Butts,  Agent
ltalph L. Burllngham, Witness    29-33
NOTICB
NOTIOE is ucreby given that 31
days after date I intend tu apply ti,
the Honourable Ohiot CommibSionei
uf Lands fur a license tu prospeel
for cottl and petrotouui over the [ol
lowing luinis, situate in tho districi
ui  Southeast  Kuutenay,  in  Lot  4d9o.
Commencing at a post planted at
ur near 11 miles due Easl. ol the 32
tiiile post on C. 1'. R. sur,ey i.ne,
hich is the Western boundary uf Lot
4593 and being the Northeast corner
post of Anton M, l'ttuls..u s c.aun
tnento Sotttu eighty   ,8n)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   tKu,   iha.iio;
theuce North einhty   (nil)   chains;
thenco Kast   eighty    (hi)   chains;
to tbe point uf cuniiuenceiiKlL,   Hunting 040 acres more ur less.
Located tllis 16th duy of May, 1910.
ANTON  M. PAULSON,  Locator
Eathen VV. Butts, Agent
William K. Butts, Halph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days alter date 1 intend to apply tu
tho Hunnurable Chief Commissionei
uf Lands fur a license tu prospect
ior coal nnd petroleum uver the ft I
towing lands, situate in the districi
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4693
Commencing at a post planted at
ur near 11 miles due East of the 32
flliile post on C. V.   R.    survey   I.ne,
hich is thc Westirn boundary uf Lut
4593 and being the N. rthwest e rner
I ost ot M. Wnyue Tvvitchel. s claim
tnciue Soiltd eighty   t8u)   chains;
thenee East   eighty   i8C)   chains;
thence Nurth ei.-ihty   (fiO)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (ML   tha ns;
to the point of eoniinonceintnt,   num-
ing trio acres inure or less.
Located this 16th dny of May, 191(1.
Al.  WA\.\'E TWlTOHELL.Looatoi
Eaihen W. Uutts, Agent
William K. Butts, Halph L. Burlingham, Witnesses   29 3o
NOTICE
NOTICE is herehy   given   that.   30
.lays after date 1 intend to apply tu
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
jf Lauds for a   license   to   prospect
or coal and petroleum over tbe ful
.owing lands, situato in the district
if Southeast Kuotenay, tn Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   pust   planted at
>r near 11 miles due Enst of  the   32
mile post on C. P.   R.   survey   l.ue,
hich is the West: rn boundary uf Lut
fi93 and being  the Southeast cornei
pust of Chester it. Paulson s c.aim
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thenee   West   eighty   (80j   tha ns;
thonco South eighty   (8ii)   chains;
thenee East   eighty    180)   chains;
to the puint uf commencement,   making lilO acii's more ur less.
Located this 16th day of May, 1910.
CHESTER R,  PAULSON,  Locato,
Kal hnn W. Uutts, Agent
Willium 10. Uutts,   ltalph   L.   Uur-
llngham, Witnesses 20-83
NOTIOH
NOTICE is herehy   given   that   30
lays after date I Intend tu apply to
.bo Honourable   chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a   licenso   lu   prospect
'or coal and petroleum over the lol-
owing lnnds, situate in the district
if Southeast Kuutenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at. a   post   planted at
nr neai' 15 miles due Kad of   the 3ft
mile post on 0. P.   It.   sur.ey   line,
bich is tbe Wesitrn boundnry uf Lut
4593 anh being the Northwest corner
.inst of Anna K. Webb's cla in
Uience Smith eighty   (80)   chaina)
thence Kust   eighty    (80)   chains;
thenco Nortli eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  Wost   eighty   (80)   .h.tius;
to the [mint of commencement,   making (140 acres more or less.
Located this Kith day ot May, 1910.
ANNA K. WEBB, Locator,
Bathon W. Butts, Agent.
William E. Hutts,   Kaiph   L.   Burlingham, Witnesses 29-88
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
layH nfter date I intend to npply tn
hu Honourable Chiet Commissioner
if Lnnds fur a license tu pruspect
or conl nnd petroleum over thfl fol-
uvving lanils, situate In the district
if Southeast Kootonay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing nt n pnst planted at,
ir near 12 miles due East, nf the 34
mile post on C. P. R. suney Inn,
hlch is the Westi rn boundary nt Lut
503 antl being thc Southeaat corner
ost of Joseph S. Banner's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chalne;
thence  West   olghty   (80)   eha n»;
thtnet South eighty   (80)   chaina;
thenre Eaat   eighty   180)   chains;
lo the pu,nt uf eommeneemeni,   making 640 acres more or leas,
.ocated thia l.th day oi May, 1910.
JOSEPH S. BANNER, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Ageut
William K. Butta,   Ralph   L.   Uur-
linghaui, Witnesses 29 33
NOTIOE
NOTICH is hereby given that 30
w>» alter date 1 intend to apply to
the Honouraote Chiei CounnuB one.
)l Lauits iur a license to prospect
.or coat ami pttroieum uver tun foi
owing lands, aituate in the district
if Southeast Kuutenay, iu Lot 4593.
Commencing at a pnst planted at
ur neat 5 miles due East uf the 42
mile pust uu 0, P. R. sur.ey lint,
.•hich ;. the Wosti rn boundary of Lut
593 ami beuig tbe Northwest corner
post ui Jubn y. Masou's claim
tiieu.e s .uth eighty   t80)   chains;
thence East   eighty   180)   chains;
thenee ;\ui ih eighty   (hO)   chains;
thenee   West   eighty   (80)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   making bill acres mure or leas.
Located th.s 25th day of May, 1910.
JOHN y. MASON, Locator
Eatheu VV. Butts, Agent
Will,am K. Butts, ltalph L. Burllngham, Witnesses 29-3;,
NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby given that 3t
.lays ulter dato 1 inteud to apply tt
the Honourable t'bief Commissionei
>i Lauus for a license tu prospect
tor coal and petroleum over the fol
•owing lands, situate in the diatrict
if Southeast Koutenay, in Lot 4593.
Commencing nt a post planted at
or near 7 miles due east of the 42
mile pust on C. P. R. survey lint,
.Inch is the Westtrn boundary of loi
4593 and being the Southwest corntr
post ol Peter O. Paulson a claim
thenee .North eighty   [BO)   chains;
thenco East   eighty   (80)   chains;
tiicnte Suuth eighty   (80)   chains;
thenee   West   eighty   [80j   chains;
to the point of commencement,   malting 040 ncres more or less.
Located this 24th day of May, 1910.
PETER 0. PAULSON, Locator
Kathen VV. Butts, Agent
William E. Uutts, Halph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-3..
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 31
.ays alter datu 1 intend to apply ti
the Honourable   chief   Commissions
i Lands Iur a license to prospec,
.or cual and petroleuni uver the fol
.owing lunds. situato iu the distrlc,
>f Southeast Kuutenay, in Lot 41)93
Commencing at a post plauteil at
or near 7 miles due eaBt of tht 42
mile post un C. 1*. R. survey liat,
.hich is the Westirn boundary uf ijui
5:13 antl being the Southeast cornei
Pnst of Anton M. Paulson's claim
thenco North eighty   (kO)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (80)   cha.ns;
thence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thenco Bast   eighty   (80)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   making 040 acres moro or less.
Located this 24th day of May, 191C,
ANTON M. PAULSON, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Ralph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-3i>
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that SO
lays after date 1 intend to apply to
th* Honolirablo Chief Commissionei
nf Lands for a license to prospect
fur coal and petroleuni over the following lauds, situate in the district
.if Southeast Koutenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a pnst plauted at
or near 7 mi'ta due eaat of th* t.
mile post on C. P. R. survey lin«,
vhich is the Western boundary of Lot
593 and beiug the Northwest corner
(■ost of Lyde W. Wray's claim
thence Suuth eighty   (80)  chaint;
tbence East   eigbty   (80)   chains;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   cha.ns;
to the point of commencement,   making 040 acres more or less.
Located this 24th d,iy of May, 1910.
LYDE W. WRAY, Locator
Bin hen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butta, Ralph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTICE
NOTICE is horeby   given   that   30
days after date 1 intend to apply to
tlio Honourable   Chiel   Commissioner
nl Lends for a   license   to   prospect
for cnal and petruleum uver the fol
Inwing lands, situate in the district
nl Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near 7 mi'es due  east of   the   42
mile post on C. 1'. R.   survey   line,
ihich ls the Westirn boundnry of Lot
593, and he.ng the   Northegst   cornet post of   charlet 1,.     Paulson's
lnlm,     thonce    south    eighty    (hOi
chnins, tbence west eighty (80) chains
theuce   nurth   eighty    t80)     chains,
thenee east eighty (80) clinlns lo the
point ol commencement, making 640
acres, more ur loss.
Located this 24th dny nf Mny, 1910.
CHAHLES L. PAULSON, Locator
Eathen  W.   Hutts,  Agent.
W Ilium E. Hutu, Ralph L. BnrlliK-
ain.   witnesses, 29-33
NOTICB
NOTICK is hereby given that 30
days after date I Intend to apply to
tbe Honourable Child Commissioner
of Lands fur a license tn prospect
for coal antl petroleum over the roi
Inwing lands, situate in tbe district
nf Southeast Kootenny, in Lot 4593:
Oommenolng at n post planted at
<r nenr 9 miles due Kast of the 42
mile post on 0, I*. R. survey line,
/hich Is tbo Westirn hoiindnry uf Lot
593 and being the Southeast corner
post of Virginia W. Mason's claim
thenee Nnrth eighty   («0)   chains;
thenre   West   eighty   (80)   chains;
thence Smith eighty   (80)   ehnlui;
thence East,   eighty   (80)   chains;
to tbe point nt commencement,  making 1)40 acres mure or less,
located thin 23rd day ol May, 19111.
Virginia W. MASON, Locator
Eaihen W. Butta, Agent
William E. Uutts,   Ralph   L.   Burllngham, Witnesses 29 33
the Honourable   Chief   Commissioner J
of Lauds for a   license   to   pruspect
for coal antl petruleum over the b 1-
lowing Innils,  situate in  the district
uf Southeast Kuutenay, in Lut 45J3:
Commencing at a pust planted at
or near 15 miles due East of the 3,
nile [lost on C. P. R. survey I.ne,
hich is tbo Western boundary ut Lot
593 and being the No rthwest c> rner
post ol Anna K. Paulson's claim
thence South eighty    180)   chains;
these* East   eighty   (80)   chain;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
ihniwe West eighty (80) oha.ns,
to s4jc point of conKnaraiemtnt, ma£-
mg tin acres more or less.
Uimttfd this 18th day of May, 1910.
ANNA K. PAULSON, Locator,
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
Willium E.  Uutts,  Witness 29 S3
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby   givon   that   30
lays after date I  intend tu apply tu
.ho Honourable   Chief   Commissioner
if Lands fur a   license   to   prospect
or coul and petroleum over the ful
owing  lauds, situate in  the district
if Southeast Koutenay. in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   pnst   planted at
ir near 15 miles due East   of the 3
'iile post on 0, P.   R.   sur ey   1 no,
/bich ia thc Westtrn boundary uf Lot
i:i3 and being the Southwest  coriur
post of Walter J. Abb's claim
thence North eighty   (80)   chainB;
thence Kaat   eighty    (80)   chains;
theme Suuth eig.ity   (8(i)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   i80)   tha.ns;
to the point of commencement,   making 040 acres more or less.
Located thia 18th day of May, 1310.
WALTER  J.  AHBS, Locator,
Eaihen W. Butts, Agent
William lv  Uutts, Witness 29-31
NOTICM
NOTICE is hereby   given   that   30
lays after date I intend to apply to
:he Hnnutirable   Chief   Commissioner
if Lands fur a   license   to   prospect
for coal antl petroleuni over the ful
owing  lands, situate in the district
if Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
ur near 14 miies due   East of   the 3i
nile post on C. P.   R.   surey   i ne,
/hich is the Westtrn bound-try ot Lot
593 and being  the Southeast corner
post, of Charles IC. Webb's c,tim
thenco Nurth eighty   (80)   chains;
thenee   West   eighty   (80)   tha ns;
theme Suuth eig'.ity   (80)   chains;
thence Kast   eigbty    (80)   chaina;
to the puint nf commencement,   making 040 acres more or less.
Located tllis 18th day of May, 1910.
CHAHLES  E.   WEHH,   Lncatoi.
Eniben W. Butts, Agent
William K. Uutts,  Witness 29-b3
NOTICE
NOTICE is herehy   given   thai   3i
.ays after date I intend to apply to
the Hunuurablo   Chief   Commissioner
A Landa for a   license   to    prospect
.'or coal and petroleum uver the fol
owing lands, situate in the distritt
jf Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a   post   planted at
or near 5 miles due East   of   the   31
mile post on 0, P.   R.   sur ey   1 ne,
.hich is tbe Westt rn bound try of Lut
593 and being  the Southeast come
post of Fannie M. Clark's cUlm
thence North eigbty   (80)   chains;
thenee   West   eighty   (80)   tha ns;
thence Soutli eighty   (80)   chaint;
thence East   eighty   (8C)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   mnking 040 acres more or less,
.oeated thia 28th day of May, 1910.
FANNIE M. CLARK, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
Ralph L. Uurlingham, WltMss    29-33
NOTICB
NOTICE it hereby given that 31
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a licenso to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the fol
lowing lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593.
Commencing at a pust plantod at
or near 3 miles due Bast ot the 3,
idle post on C. P. R. suney 1 ne,
/hlch ia the Westtrn boundary of Lut
593 and being the Southwest  corn, r
post of T. B. Poik's claim
tlience North eighty   (80)   cbains;
thenco East   eighty   (80   chains;
theuce South eighty   (80)   chain*;
thenee West eighty (80) tha.ns;
to the point of commencement, making 040 acres more or less.
Located this 28th day of May, 1910.
T. B. i'OLK, Locntor
Eaihen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Witne*s 89-33
NOTICK
NOTICE It hereby   given   that.   80
days after date I intend tt aptly tt
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given tbat 30
days after dale I intend to apply to
tbe Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands for a license to proBpect
for coal and petroleuni over the following lunds, situate in the district
uf Southeast Kuotenay, in Lut 4593:
Commencing at a pnst plunted at
or near 9 miles duo Enst of tbe 42
nil* pust on (.'. P.   R.   sui" ey   line,
hich is the Westirn boundnry of Lut
4593 and being tho Northeast corner
post of Thomas W. Mason's claim
thence Smith eighty   (80)   chaint;
theuce   West   eighty   (80/   thana;
thence Nurih eiehty   (80)   chains;
thenco East   eighty   180)   chains;
to the point of commencem lit,   mailing 041) acros more or less.
Located this 23rd ilny ol May, Will.
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Kal hen W. Hutts, Agent
William IC, Hutts, Halph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-33
NOTICK
NOTICE in hereby   given   that   30
days niter dnte I  intend tn apply to
thu Honolirablo   chief   Commissioner
u[ LandB for a   license   tu   prospoct
for coul and potroloum uver the following lunds,  sltuuto in  the district
nf S'lhenst Kootonay, In Lol 4593:
Ci.'.neiielng nt n   post   plunted at
nr neur 9 miles due  blast  nf   tho    42
tile post nn c,  p.    H.   survey   I nc,
'hlch Is the WesUrn houndny of I.nl,
593 and being the Southwest  corn r
nit nf Anita N. Mason's clnlm
thence North eighty   (HO)   chaint;
thence Eaat   eighty   (80)   chnlns;
tbence Smith eighty   180)   chaint;
thence  West   eighty   (80)   (hums;
to Ue point of commencement,  mak-
Rocking Down
vs
Shuliiiis
Which
Do
You
Prefer?
Look at the man above. He's SHAKING an
ordinary furnace. He bends nearly double, exerts
all his strength, works up a prestation, and gets
a sore back.
Now, look at the woman. She stands nearly
erect, gently moves the lever to and fro, a few
inches, and the ashes are dropped into tlie Sunshine
ash-pan. This is called ROCKING DOWN. It's
so easy a child can do it.
Which method do you prefer? Why, Rocking
Down, of course. "
Si
Go to our agent in your locality. Let him show you the
nuiny other time-saving, labor-saving and fuel-economizing
features of the Sunshine. Order him to install the Sunshine
with a guarantee to heat your home to your entire satisfaction
gjMSClaiyS
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FOR SALE BY PAT MORE BROS , CRANBROOK
ing (140 acrea more or less.
Located thia 23rd day of May, 1910.
AiNll'A   N,   MArfON,   Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Agent
William Bl. butts,   t.aiph   L.   uur-
linghcm, Witnesses 29-33
NOTIOB
NOTIOB ia hei-eliy given that 30
days after datu 1 intend to aiu-ly to
ilia Honourable Chief Commissions
of Lands for u license to prospoct
ior coal und potroleum over tlie foi
towlug lands, situato in the diatrict
ot Southeast Koutenay, in Lot 45D3:
Oommenolng ul a post plantea ai
or near 9 miles due Kast of the 42
iile iiost on 0. i'.   H.   survey   hue,
hich ia the Wtsurn boundary of Lut
j\>2 and beiug tho N rth.»est c.-rner
post ol  Joliu q. Mason's claim
tnea.e HuUtn fcigjty     Suj   chains;
thence Kast   eighty    <W,   chains;
thence Nouh eighty   (MJj   chains;
thence  West   eighty   ..na,     h^. ns;
to the point of commencem. ut,,   making 040 acres inure or lebS,
Located tllis 23rd day of May, Ulu.
JOHN Q. MASON, Locator
Bathen W. Butts, Ageut
William E. Butte, Jtalph L. Bur-
liughum, Witness** 29-33
NOTIOB
NOTICE is hereby given that 3(j
days after date 1 intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chiot Commissionei
of Lands for a license to prospcci
ior coal and petroleuni over tho lol
lowing lands, situate in tbe district
ol Southeast Kooteuay, in Lot 45^1;
Commencing at a post planted ai
or near 12 miles due Bast of the 31
nile post on C. P. U. suney Lnc,
■hich is tho Western boundary of Lot
51J3 and being the Southwest corner
post of Joseph S. Banners claim
tbence North eighty   (K0)   chains;
thenco Bast   eighty    i8L'j   chuins;
thonce South eignty   (80)   chaint;
thence   West   eigbcy   (Hti,   iha.ns;
to the point of tommenceiiniiL,   making 040 acres more or less.
JOSEPH  8.   BANNER,   Locatoi
Located this 17th day oi May, l'JIO.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent
William B. Butts, Kaiph L. Burlingham, Witnesses      29-26
CUANUKOOK LANU DISTUICT
District of East   Kootenay,
Taki notice that I, Joseph Walsh,
Constable, of B'ort Steele, inteud to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands: commencing at a post planted at the north
line of Carlin's timber lease running
20 chains north, thence 40 chains
east, thence 20 chains south, tlience
40 chains west to the place of commencement, containing 30 acres more
'or lew.
JOSEPH WALSH.
Bated June 18, ltflC _27"3B
WATER ACT 1909.
| Take notice that, John Joseph Ken-
nesBy of Oranbrook, locomotive engineer, will apply to the Water Commissioner nt Cranbrook, on the Uth
day of Sept., 1 Dill, at eleven o'clock
in the forenoon for a license to divert one culilc foot of water per aec-
ond from streams rising on northwest i|iiarter ol Lot. B249, Group I
Kootenay District. The said waUir
wiil be used for domestic purposes on
said Lot ri249, held by the applicant,
under a crown grant, will he conducted bv flume and pipes over said Lot
.1-249 only.
Nu crown lnnds will be nITcctod nnd
no riparian proprietors   or   UconflMH
will  be luTrVI.ed  by  the said  works,
notice was posted on tho 4th duy of
Auqust,  1.910,
August. Titb,  1910.
JOHN  J.  KKNNKSSY.
NOTIOB
NOTICE in hereby given tlmt. 80
dnys after date I Intond lo apply to
tbe Honourable Chief Commissi oil M
of Lands for a license to prospect
for r.oal nnd petroleum over the fol
lowing lauds,  aituato in  thu dlvtrlct
of Southeast Kootenay,  in Lot 4.VJJ:
Commencing at a   post   planteu at,
or near 2 miles due East   of   tho   31
miio post on O, P.   R.    sur ej  i ne,
•bich is the vvurit.m bound j-y of Uot
4j*j3 and being  the Southeaat comer
post of J. S. Gruce's claim
thenco North eighty   (80)   chains;
tbence   West   eighty   (80,   iha.ns;
theme S, uth eigaty    v80)   chains;
thence East   eighty    <Bt'j   chains;
to the point of commencem. at,   iuuk-
ng 04U acres more or less,
uocated th.s 28th day of May, 1910.
J. S. GHACB, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Witness 2*j-u3
NOTICB
NOTICE iu heroby   given   thau   30
iUys alter dato I intend to apply to
ho Honourable   chief   Commissioner
if Lands for a   license   to   prospect
or coal and petruleum over Um fol-
owing  lauds,   situato  iu   the  district
J Southeast Kootenay, iu Lot «iJ'J3:
Oommenolng at a   post   planted at
.nile post on O, P.   R.   Bur ey   line,
-r nenr one mile duo Bast oi the   31
bich is the Westirn hound iry of Lot
J!(3 and being the Southwest   corntr
tost of Thomas W. Mason s claim
tbence North eighty   (80)   chains;
theuce East   eighty    18C)   chains;
tnemo South eignty    tSfi)   chains;
theuce   West   oighty   (HO)   cha.ns;
to tlie point of commoncemtnt,   malting 0!0 acres more or less.
Located this 2,th day of May, 1910.
THOMAS W. MASON, Locator
Eiitneu W. Butts, Agent
W. Brock. Witness 2--o3
ORANBROOK LANU   BISTU1CT
District   of   Kast Kuotenay
I, F. D. Mercer of Toronto, Ont.,
tcciipation lumberman, intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to purchase forty acres more or less, bound-
id as follows: Commencing at a post
>n the north bank of the Moyle river
theuce 30 chains north along the east
.irvey line of Tipper P. R., thence ^0
iiains east more or less to the ban ■
of the Moyie river thence southwesterly alon,' thc ban& of tbe Moyle
river to the place of commencing.
Located July 4, 1910.
FREDERICK  D.  MERCER
:. A. Gaskell, Agent 30-39
CUANUKOOK  LANU   DISTRICT
District   of   Enst Kootenay
Take notice that Henry B. Lal'oint
of Wardner, B. 0., Lumberman, intends to upply for permission to purchaso tbe following described lands
Commencing at a post planted at
lho northeast coruer oi Lot .No. i,'j.
.md running south 80 chains to the
northeast coiner of Timber Licence
No. 21*682, tbence ea^t 50 chains,
moro or less to the bank of the Kuotenay river, thence following the
tank of the snid Kootenay ri.er in
northwesterly direction to tbe south
east corner of Lot No. 1909, thence
west ll1 chains more or less to the
placo of commencement ami contain
ing 2H', acres more or less.
HBNRY E. LaPOINT,
I'or A. A. Lund, Agent.
I une 11,  1911'. 26 34
ORANBROOK  LANU   DISTRICT
District of Bant Kootcmiy.
Take notion that I John Angus
Forgitsson, of Cranbrook, occupation
clothing Merchant, Intond to npply
Tor permission to purchase the following described lauds; Commenc
Ing at i' post, planted about 00 foot
:11stant mul iu a northerly direction
from     monument   2lit    on     Interna
mil Boundary, thenco west 20
chains, thenco north 8<i chains, thonco
last 20 chains, tbence south 80 eliuins
to placo of commencement, contain
ng Um acres, more or Iohh.
John Aiigun Fergusson, Locator,
John Robertson, Agent,
listed Mny 16th, 1910. 4H-1 Mh„:oreH  PATMORE BROS.
_. Plumbing   and   Heating  Engineers
"THE RANGE STORE"
Iron Range
IN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES— FIRST-CLASS
McClary's
Famous
Sask-Alta
and Koote-
nayRanges
;:;
I      LOCAL   NEWS.       '
! ;
Mrs. J. If Casbke accompanied by
Mtsa Edith and Mastei Norval ar
rived in the citj Saturday aftei nn
absence ol m arty two years.
;, i , .-. . i fee t 'ream at Stewart's
todaj Stru a bci: y Vanllia, and
Lemon  il.t
The bead office of the C
•mpanv   i
this l*io\ ince is situate at
I'limtuoo
and  W,   Y     Uurd,     Harris
er at lau
u hose  addres ■     is Oranbr
lok   afoie
Bald,  is the attorney for
the  Com
.......
"•^i'-i-r? ..»••.'>
TO RENT.     Bachelors apartnwntB,
Apply tu BEATTY.
Miss Parks, ol St    John,  N.  B .  Is
the guest uf her brother Frank Parks.
E. H   McPhee and wife
were Fernie
visitors Sunday last
Rev.  C,  11   Mali
on  Monday
for Portland. «iregon,
A. Bridges    »l Coleman
Bpent Suu
day and M< ndaj    n the  '
T   E   Bouth     left Tuee
daj      '  '
fishing trip -    5t    Mai .
a Ite
Miss Eva  Bryans
■■■ i: dge    -
rr>- .- est c 1 Mrs         '   j
■ ■
E. McKee. ol B1K
trans
business in the citj   rues
J.  R. McLean,  ol  Moy -
was trans
acting business ;n  tbe cit
.   Mond
W.  J.  Noble,  of     Ryan
ipent S
day last in the  city
Choice Peaches,    Pears,
1 lums   an 1
Apples at Stewart's ti di
B. L. Doolan, of Slrdai
ivas In tbe
city Sunday last.
The    Belleville    latelligen er     sa)
that  vou cannot   get   much fleece bj   and ten
shearing a hydraulic ram.     Bui   you
ran get an     eye opener from   a blind
pig
pany.
GIVEN undei my Hand nnd Sent
ot Office at Victoria, Province ol
British Columbln, this thirtieth day
ol  June,  one thousanh mue hundred
il..
,i
r Rankin, of i ittaw a, brol her ol
VV Uaiik.ii. chiel C P, H tie rnspec
nn has secured a position as clerk.
with the Kink  Mercantile   Co,
cantaloupe and watermelons
at Stewart s
V     M ile, ol   Feinie,  president  and
inagei  of     the   Fernie Fort   Steele
Brewing Co . waa In the city Wednesday on company business
WATKK
UT    1909
P, Woods, of   Cherry Creek vi
the city Monday on business.
Born   at   Cranbr iok,      Wednesday
August  2nd,   to   Mr.   and   Mrs,   C.    C
Connolly,  a son.
Miss Harlson, left   on     Wednesdgy ]
for a visit with friends     in Toronto
nivl other eastern  points.
M. Mclnnes, und T McKenzte, ol
Calgary, were in the city Tuesday on
business.
FOR SALE.     A three roll mangle,'
in good Condition, hand  power.    Ap
ply at Prospector Office.
C.   P.   Reid,   the Creston   real   estate
man,  was in   thc city Wednesday   or
business,
Constable .1. F. Browning ol Moyii
was in the city     Wednesday on logo
business.
Chief Provincial Constable Sampson
of Fdrnie, was in the cltj Wednesday
on business,
Constable H. C. Adney brought a
prisoner up from Wardner for trial
on Wednesday.
.las. Barton Ims returned from bis
vacation unci resumed his position in
the express oflice.
Miss Maud Hlggonbotnam arrived
home Saturday from a vacation
.spent with friends in Winnipeg,
TO RENT, furnished room.-;, all
conveniences, private home, apply to
The Prospector office,
A. C. Bowness Mt on Saturday for
a six weeks visit with friends in
Prince Edward  Island
Mrs. A .]. Balment and Mrs. I). J.
Sneers left on Wednesday for an extended visit with friends In Ontario.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Elwell left on
Monday for a trip trip to Spokane
and coast  points.
Wrn Steward, clerk of the Royal
Hotel, accompanied by Mrs. Steward
nnd family left, on Monday for a trip
to  coast points.
A. G. Wilraot, of Vancouver, for
merly accountant foi the East Koote
nay Lumber Co., is In ehc city this
wwk on business
Horn at Mr. 1!' nl private bospl
tal. Cranbrook. Tuesday August 2nd
to Mr and Mr- 1. P Powell, a
daughter.
KIDDO -■tal'iori, a four year old,
chestnut, weighing 1,100 pounds, will
stand at tbe Cranbrook stables,
II. MOLLER.
r*AKE Ni TICK     that  Earnest   H.
Am tt     :  Foi I   Steele,  R   C .Ranch
wi)   apply  to the  Watei Commis*
Sionei ai ife  - n Tuesdaj.  the
2Stl lug ist    L91t    at eleven
■   - ■     torenc in, for a license
ubic   Ee»". ol     water per
"... st i reek which sinks
Lot   ill      1 b« said water
■ ■ igate sub-division
Group l.     Kootenay
District    the property     o|  the appii-
;•...-    »nd will be conveyed by flumes
..:: I   Utches   rvei    sub di\ tsion     L of
'  an I sub-division     IS vi Lot
...   all the property oi the applicant
No Crown  Land? will be used and no
riparian proprietors or licensees  will
ne affected by tbe works.
ibis notice wat posted on the 3'Jth
dai  of Julv.  19H
TIMBER    AND   FORESTRY
COMMISSIOK,
Final Sitting.
Notice ia hereby given that final
sittings o; the Timber and Forestry
Commission will be held in tlie
Court House, Victoria, commencing
August 15th next, at the hour of
Ll):3G a. M.
FRED.  ,1. FULTON,
Ohgirman.
I Victoria, B. C, 23rd July, l'JIO.
WATER   ACT,   1909.
i Peter Jensen, of Wasa, farmer,
gives notice that be will apply for a
license under Part V of the said Act,
to divert a quarter oi one cubic foot
of water per second from a small
stream rising on Lot 0574, Oroup 1,
Kootenay District, for domestic purposes on said Lot G574. The point of
diversion will be on said Lot 6574
gnd the water will be used by means
of a Hume, to be laid and constructed
on said lot. No Crown lands and no
riparian proprietors or licensees will
be atlected  by  the said  works.
This notice wns posted on the 24th
day of July, 1910, and application
will be made to tha Water Commissioner at Cranbrook on Tuesday, the
UUtli day of August, 1910, at two
o'clock In the afternoon.
PETER   JENSEN.
LICENSE TO  AN  EXTRA
PROVINCIAL  COMPANY.
COMPANIES ACT,  1897."
CANADA.
Province of British Columbia,
No, 610.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the
■CANADIAN LINOTYPE, LIMITED"
Is authorised and licensed to carry on
business within the Province of British Columbia, und to cany out or
eflect all or any of the objects of tlie
Company to which the legislative
authority of the Legislature of llrlt-
ish Columbia extends.
Tbe head office of the Company is
situato at the City of Toronto, in
i in- Province ol Ontario.
The amount of tbe capital of the
Company is Forty nine thousand
nine bundled dollars, divided into
four hundred and ninety nine shares
of one hundred dollars each.
No Man is Stronger
Than His Stomach
"J. r   McLood"
v. i in j Registrar ol Joint
Stock Companies,
The objects for Which tins Com
pany lias bei n established and li
censed nre
To enrrj gn the business ol inatvu
factnrers of and dealers in linotype,
type-casting aud composing machines;
To majvulacturc, buy, acquire, lease,
tu-ense, sell nnd otherwise dispose ol
and deal in and witb machinery, np
pai at us. articles and supplies necessary or convenient lot use Ln counec
tion With the art of printing and al
lied  arts,  trades aud occupations;
To cany ou any other business
germane to tbe objects for which it
is Incorporated and which may .seem
to the company capable of being
conveniently carried on lu connection
with its business;
To apply ror, purchase or otherwise acquire, any patents, licenses,
concessions and the like, conferring
any exclusive or non exclusive or
limited right io use, or any secret
ot other information as to any invention which may seem capable of
being used for any of the purposes ol
the company, or the acquisition of
which may seem calculated to benefit
the the company, and to use, exercise, develop or grant licenses in respect of, or otherwise turn to account
tlie property, rights or information
so acquired;
To take or otherwise acquire and
hold shares iu any other company
Having objects similar to those ot the
company, subject to the provisions
uf Section 44 oi the Companies Act;
To enter into any arrangement
with any authorities, municipal, local or otherwise, that may seem conducive to the company's objects or
any of them, and to obtain from any
such authority, any rights, privileges
and concessions which the company
may think it desirable to obtain, and
to carry out, exercise and comply
with any such arrangements, rights,
privileges and concessions;
To purchgse, take on lease or in
exchange, hire or otherwise acquire,
any personal property and any
rights or privileges which the company may think necessary or convenient for the purposes of its business,
and particular any machinery, plant,
stock-in-trade;
To construct, improve, maintain,
work, manage, carry out or control
any manufactories, warehouses, shops
stores and other works and conveniences which may seem calculated to
advance the company's interests, and
to contribute to, subsidize or otherwise assist or take part in the construction, Improvement, maintenance,
working management, carrying out
or control thereof;
To lend money to customers and
others having dealings with thc company; and to guarantee the performance of any contracts by such person;
To draw, make, accept, endorse,
discount, execute and issue promissory notes, hills of exchange, bills of
lading, warrants and other negotiable or transferable instruments;
To sell or dispose of the undertaking of the company or any part
thereof for such consideration as the
company may think tit;
To adopt such means of making
known the products of the compnny
as may seem expedient, and in particular hy advertising in the press,
by circulars, by purchase and exhibition of works of art or interest, by
publication of books and periodicals
and by grunting prizes, rewards and
donations;
To sell, improve, manage, develop,
exchange, lease, dispose of, turn to
account or otherwise deal with all or
any part of the property and rights
of tho company';
To construct, maintain nnd alter
buildings or worlru necessary or convenient for tbe purpose of the corporation;
To acquire hy purchase, lease or
other title, nnd to bold, use, Hell or
alienate and convey any real estate
necessary for tbc carrying on of Its
undertaking, aud tbe corporation
shall, under its incorporation, become and he Invested with ail the
property and rights, real and personal, theretofore held by or for it under nny trust agreement created «ith
a view to its incorporation;
To bold its meeting^ elsewhere than
in the Dominion of Canada.
LABOR
DAY
AT
FERNIE
iktiiit L.ST OF GOOD EVENTS
OVKH SIX  HUNtlKKl) DOLLARS
IN PRIZES
Hi,,.,' Racing,  Foot Kut-uiK.   Hb.,.|,.1I.
Pootbkll, Tsuuti Touriiiuont, s,,uaw
Topeo Racoi, Squaw Hone
K»,u., Etc., Etc
ENTRIES FOR ALL EVENTS
MOST BE MADE WITH SEC.
G. li. Boultou, President.
W. S. "Manlcy, Secrttaiy
ORANBROOK  LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   Kast Kootenny
NOTICE is    herehy   given   that 30
; days from date hereof 1 intend to
apply to the Cluef Commissioner of
Lands   and  the     Assistant Commis-
' sioner of Lands for the District of
Bast Kooteuay Ior a license to prospect for     coal and petroleum on   the
■ ollowing described lands situate on
:Ush-E,nel>-na Creek in Block 4593.
Commencing at    a   post     planted
about one mile     east of the eastern
! lioundury of   coal     licence No.  1328
! being initial post south east corner;
thence 80 chains     north, thence     80
Ichuins west,  thence 80 chains south,
[ thence 80     chains east     to point of
commencement     and containing     640
acnes, more or less.
Located the 7th day of July, 1910.
j T.  G.  PROCTOR, Locator.
32-36 James Fisher, Agent.
CRANBROOK LAND   DISTRICT
District   of   East Kootenay
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
days from date hereot I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and the Assistant Commissioner of Lands for the District of
East Kootenay for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands situate on
Kisb-E.neb-na Creek in Block 4593.
Commencing at    a    post     planted
about one mile     east of the eastern
boundary of   coal     licence No.  1328
being the   initigl     post     nosthwest
corner, tbence 80 chains south, thence
SO chains     east,    thenre     80 chaina
north,     thence 80     chains     west to
point of commence  ent, and containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located the 7th day of July, 1910.
T. G. PROCTOR, Locator.
32-36 James Fisher,  Agent.
NOTICE
NOTICE 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 ..ver the following lands, situate in the district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 3 miles due East of the 31
mile post on C. P. R. survey line,
\ hich is the Western boundary of Lot
4593 and being the Northeast corner
post of George Wykes' claim
thence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (80)   cha.ns;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
tbence East   eighty   (80)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   making 640 acres more or less.
Located tbis 28th day of May, 1910.
GEORGE WYKES, Locator
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Witness 29-33
■ ■omit ul   over.    No mnn can  bs
'fterind fr im weak ntoiSBch with iti
>.-.,'iii   or inar   tome other diieuM
nui ;t-i atiociated organ*, which iin-
i.i nutrition,   Por when the stomach
i ,-l there it a lo«i of the nutrition
)   which is the source of ull phynicul
,i   man     doesn't feel just right,"
sleep well   bin   an   uncoinf (triable
, finch after oarlnft, is languid, nervous, Irritable and despond*
the tn. ritlon needed to mnke strength.
man should une   Ur.   Pierce'm   Golden Medical
i> cn ren dlaeaaea ol the atomacb and other
i   t/lQeatlon .md nutrition.   It enrlchea the blood,
am   fhe  liver, airentilhena the kldmeya* nourlahea
$: •• ;  . *.  i so GIVES HEALTH AND STRENGTH TO
THE AtfUl  . BODY.
Vou cn      'S>   I  to ncocpt ■ nrrtt nostrum •* • substitute lor this non-
al \\\i  jo rm-dtcii <  of known noMrmmoN, not even though the urgent dealer
mi.    H r.   , . nke ii  Itde bigger profit.   Ingredients printed on wrapper*
A itrong man
strong who is
consequent im
o' the si im ■ *
pitiri digestion
ia weak nr !i ■
contained in to
strength Wh
when be dnei i
lecling in thr i
em, I.i- i    usiii
Dt*.<
VI       '"Ik
In    ...
v, e
«**}     t.V
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that 30
duys after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lauds for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum over the following lunds, aituate in tbe district
of Southeast Kootenay, in Lot 4593:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near 11 miles due East of the 32
mile post on C. p. R. survey line,
hich is the Western boundary ot Lot
4593 and being the Northwest corner
pnst. of Anna K. Webb's claim
tbence South eighty   (80)   chains;
thencu East   eigbty   (80)   chains;
thence North eighty   (80)   chains;
thence   West   eighty   (80)   chains;
to the point of commencement,   making ii4(> acres more or less.
Loeuted this Uth day of May, 19W.
ANNA K. WEBB, Locator.
Eathen W. Butts, Agent
William E. Butts, Ralph L. Burlingham, Witnesses 29-33
"AWL RIGHT
Is what you'll sny to our
story. It's simple but Instructive,- Besides all that Is refreshing.   It's
Soda and Other Soft
Drinks
that wo refer to. Thoy are
healthy going and invigorating on these hot days. They are
best and purest from our bottling works.   The best yot.
EAST KOOTENAY
BOTTLING 00.
FISHING
TACKLE
We have just received
a swell assortment of
FLIES
and have the one you
are looking for.
J. D. McBride
Hardware
Cranbrook H. C.
Ham and Bacon
Our smoked meats are always fresh stoclr. 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 57 P. 0. BOX 154
WE HAVE TO LAUGH ;
when first time buyers at this
market tell us to cut off a very
small quantity because their ,
families are "such small meat
eaters." For we know once '.
they taste our meats they will
never suffer from that complaint
again. Try us witb an order.
Would't you rather pay for
meat than for medicine?
P. BURNS 6* CO.
Phone 10
P. O. Box 3
If It's Paint and Painting
We are here with the Goods
If It's Wall   Paper   and
Paper Hanging
We can't be beat
B. H. SHORT
Painter  and  Decorator
♦♦♦♦♦♦•
The Prospector $2 Per Year

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