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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER   Q,   1909.
No. 45
NOMINATIONS
Thomas.   Cavin   Will    lie
Candidate in Cranbrook.
AN INSPIHIM AD0R.SS
Explains   Policy   of  the
McBride Administration
Which He Supports.
A voto uf confldouoa wan glveu to
I'remlor Mcltrldo ami bin government,
and iln» convention adjourned with a
Mid' ui    iiinii.ti nre in iii.' candidate-
Selected.
Until cheering    for    McBride    nnd
Is nominated tho dnnservjitlve Mian '
ilnnl henrer in the coming pmvln j
ciai olectlmw
Cavin, Ross uml  fnrflnns will  rupro 1
Rent KiibI Kootenny
Tho   Conservative    convention wus |
Uehl in iln<   nndlLorlum   on tfnturday
lust, und    selected    Thomas Donald
Ciivin uw their standard hoaror In the
coming provlnclnl elections.
The*convention wan called to order
at B.80 p.m., by T. T. McVlttle, president of the Diatrict Conservative Association. Secretary 0. i*\ Oartoi
rend tho call for tho convention.
The conventiun Immediately not
down to huslnoss and   CI. H. Thomp-|
eon, of Cranbrook, t
WyclWe und l<\ .1.
wero appointed na n
mittee.
On motion ol V.
by R, H. Drown, T.
elected as permnnont
cotnmlttco,
THR hKI.KiiATKS.
Thu roporl ot the a mittee
(tetitlnls showed  ihui   dolegnte
Kiisti Noiuinutotl.
I'Viaif, Nov. i Tin' unanimity and
etitluislasm display oil in the nomlnnt
nu convention ol the conservative
association hold on Saturday evening
wiii'u W i! itoi.H, K, c wiim onco
attain chosen as the utnudnid bearer
ot tin* party, augurs well for tho sue*
coss ni tho candidate. The name of
(tic piiHint member was tin* only one
ihui came before tho mooting and he
Was uiinniiituUrdy tendered the uomi-
u.mnn Thu Mcfit'ldo government bus
noted gvueruusly with ibis constituency and the credit lor having secured
i.iitb 11 hern I assistance Is due in large
ineusuro to the n n rom I tt Ing oilorte of
Mr, lluHrt. who ban lost no oppoiiun
Hy of laying tbc claims of hts constituents before tho government. Thu
liberals ot the riding have not as yet
placed a candidate in the held and it
in not probable (lint they will do so.
John Harrington will be the nominee
ol tbc socialist party aud is now
busily engaged in organisation work.
Tbc conltuonco ot the local olectornte
in the McUrldo government and in W.
it. Hobs assures tho return ot tho latter b> a Inrgoly increased majority,
SOLID FUtt SUHUFIKU).
,,r«9tuu Conservatives UooiUe Con
veutLninUnuessary.
Creston, It. 0., Nov. l A mttss
meeting of the Conservatives of fronton and Immediate vicinity wns held
Thursday In tho old schi
DOUBLE FflG&D
Liberals Say Borden and
Poster at Odds.
AMUSING   INSINCfQITY
Liberal Press Declare Conservative Party in Favor
of Tariff Revision.
Smvtli nl Moyle
rri.iliMltlnl   nun
Itiilliim ni'uiti.ti'tl
T. McVlttle vviik
rllilll'llliili  til   till'
Ihoiiso. Al
I tluiiiBli >hi' ,'vi'tiiiiK     wiih     nhow«i'y
Ichiro wuu ii gntliorliiK ol ii lilili' li'ss
t ltuii mil voter
lilhi'tiilii now iii'kiiIuk Uml Mi lint'
ili'tt mul Mr. Pouter nr,' nt uiI.Ih
uituwn, Nov. 4 IturltiK tbe election
of 14HN ilie Liberals cliiiii'iiiri'il Unit
tin, t'litmiTvntlve party wns wedded
tu lilili lu'iili'i'tlon nnd Unit people
who di'.iiii'd trod Iiinii' ur it meliorate
tarlll iiiiist vole for the linni-ler (,ov-
L'tiitiit'iil.. Now tlie.t tbo election In
over we lind tlie I,itici'iil press in Novn
Hi-otiu detioiiucitiit tlie Uotlset'VatlVti
pnrty on tho ground thnt It in in
favor of tariff revision downwards. A
fresh mid rather niiiiulng Instance ol
this Hurt nf Insincerity has just made
its iipiii'itt'iinri'. It line become part
ol the Liberal miniii to Sllggout linn
Mr. Uonlcn's hnlil iipuiilils followers
is iimccttru; the inference being that
his lentlei'ship is bocomlnit formidable
etiutik'li In make     tlu-tn wish tbut. lie
nominate a oandldato lor the provincial parliament nlloriloil convincing
evidence nf tho foolishness which Inspired tin' dispatch sent abroad sug-
Krstiug ihui sunn, conservatives were
inclined in countenance an Independent candidate in tho coming oleotlon.
Soliool Report lor October
Total onrollmcnl   800
Actual attendance  llto
Average daily nttendnnce HO.I
'I'biisii wiin wero ni'ithi'i nhsi'iit   or
lulu in ilm diili'inii divisions aro   us
follows :
Division l  l,   .1. Cranston.
Uoi'trattl Mun-utinyd, Jack Hits
linn, llncbncl Dnnlgotl, Ubnrlle Mai
ns,,ii, iti'iiln stiinit, olive winii',
Uuiii.' ilm.h. Bydnoy Wlmor, Lininn
MeGowan.
Division II—Miss Onldwoll,
Harriott Kennotly, Lauretta Attn
ntiiiiii;, I'-itltli Adiliitly, Praucos 1 Hum
iiiiiinl, 1',-riy Hiirdgett, tiui'iliiii e'nw
im, aiadys iiirkiiiin.iiiiiiii. Iln/i'i 'I'uy
lor, It,ill.i .lnliiisi.il, Km I Olll, tl.it
ilon WnllltiKiT, liinrle lllttgliiti, Ltntrs |
Itlrhiiiils, Irving Leask, Archie t'his
holm.
DIvlBlon III   Miss Alwnrd,
Ralnsforth Pnrhs, Irons Hlmor, Arthur lint il,.     Nell   McCnllum, tlmco
iiurdgett, li.uuiii Onipman.
Division V- Miss Hull
STAGE ROBBED
Masked Men Get $5,000 in
Registered Mail.
POLICE ON WARM TRAIL
Provincial      Government
Offer Reward of $.500 for
Capture.
keeping tins n whit
Tb.* reeling ol tbs C
la strongly against
of Asiatics,   Gangs
■ iniui ;i countrj
iihctviuive. party
the Introduction
'i coolies should
riot bo iidiiotied, even under indentures with assurance ol deportation
when their work i* dune. The Inbai
market of the Dominion belongs tn
white Wuikiiurmen ami It in hard to
see why the authorities at Ottnwn
flhould nnd it hard to decide on the
matter or oecessary to be cautious
and mysterious in their utterances
Namvs Struck oil'Lint
Tbo court of lev
uml division ><t i
at ihc govornmon
brook, on Monday
lion  for  the  elect
.nbrook w».i held
building, ('run
J   K. Armstrong
Adroon Moiitplll,
Helen Whit more,
(Jrnco McFarlutie,
Veil
ITesldcnt n. J. Long    In an able would   retire.   In    pursuance ot this Stuart
Cyril    Qravson.
Hell,' MoKlnstry,
Nellie    M.tCulliiis,
1 Mub Orr. ■	
I DIvlBlon VI—Miss Praser
Charles Dotternl, doiin iimki
duHkiii, Douglas Ornynou, .icnuic■
Hosklns, Teresa Perry, Viobi Sarvts,
Qnrflold Taylor, Allan Brown, Hyd-(
ney Oorrlson, Untold Hummer, Harold Haslam, Wilfred McLean, Kdwunl
Rynn, Milton Hlssnns, Keith Wnsaon.
1    Results of examinations lu Kntiaitee
class during  September nnd October
In order of merit.
IA standiiic,, or over N.'i p,c—Hciilii.
Vunvoiivar,     ll.    O,, Nov. !• Two
; masked     hlghwaylmon     curly  today
held up tbe Oarlboo Stags at ir,u mile
i ii.Hiiie    in ('arlbou and stole several
, sacks of registered mall.   The robbers
: were ihiihhI with titles and met    with
, no resistance from the driver or  the
■ passengers on the ntago,   vvtill.* there
< Is no way of    ascertaining tbe oxacl
I amount of the theft it  Is likely tbat
tbc roblmrs got tour or live thousand.
Victoria, Nov.  1 ■•Superintendent  uf
provincial police F. H. IIusny was In
lormed by telegram this morning    oi
a holdup of tbe Cariboo static     and
says he will rush men to take up the
truck ut onco.  The robbers took    »
quantity of registered   mnil.   Hussey
pi'itstinl finii
tin- iiitiiiii.
Kutl'rt 111 till'
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UlfkiUBon.
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NOMTNATFONH.
The preliminary work having ended
nominations were then called foi'
ftlnyor .1, I'. Fink placed m nomination the name nl Tbomas l». CnVln.
This was seconded by A. IV McDonald of Moyie.
There being tin other nomination,
Cbnlrmnn McVlttle announced that
Mr. Cavin was tbo unanimous choice
of tbe convention, ami I bat Tbomas
hoiinhl Cavin was the standard hear
er of the Conservative party In the
coming  elections.
WANT CAVIN.
manner explained that this year
' effort was    bolng     made not to have
any convention ut all and thus     do
away  With  tbo  necessity of appoint-
j ing dologates, but to try and    make
the nomination    oi James Scboneld
unanimous nil over the riding,    This
the meeting heartily agreed  to.     It
i was then moved h> Drock Mornn and
(seconded      hy   B,   fctcott  that   James
\ Hchollold lui nominated as tbe conservative candidate for thin rlAIng,   Car
| rlod.
It   was   moved   by
and seconded by Un
this meeting    move
{ deuce in tbc Mcilrldi
t Carried unanimously,
It was moved by Mr. Mot'an     and
seconded by Ueorge tlcnuey that  the
I secretary write Messrs Scholield   and
! Wright In re tlxing up the old school
house for public meetings,   Carried.
It was moved by Mr, ftlornn and sec-
Bocondod by tiny Lowcnburg that     a
vote   ot   thnnkfl      hu tendered      llc.riy
, Wright,  government  agent, for     the
good Work ho    1ms done in this district.   Carried.
It was moved    by    George Uenney
! and seconded by S. Scott that a Vote
ol thanks bo tendered Mr, .las. Hcho-
' field for all     tho good Work he has
done for tbis portion of the riding.
Carried.
Mr. Mornn again moved tbut a vote
ui thanks be tendered superintendent
: of roads Ooot'ge Deuuey for the able
manner in which be bus superintend
i-d nil tho rond work in the district.
Tbis resolution was seconded by S,
Bcott and carried.
Tbc meeting tendered a Vote ol
thanks to President Long aud Becre
t>iiry Cotnpton for tbe manner In
which thoy were conducting the business of tbo Conservative association.
After tbe business of tbc meeting
had been completed three cheers and
a Ltger were given for .lames Scholield and the Mcllridc government,
r unconscious compliment to ill standing, or over (17 p.c, -Plot-
Mr. Uorden, it suited the Montreal enco Mood, Itnymoml Armstrong.
Herald to detect in Premier McUrlde's Herman Blnkley,
dissolution of tho British Columbia! 2\\a class HtnildiUg, Ol" over 50 p.i;.--
legislature un attempt to undermine David Simpson, Olive White, Wll-
Mr. Borden's leadership. Incidentally | fred Dallas, Sadie (Hills, llarhael
tlie only ground on which It based Its BurdgCtt, Arthur Fowler, Lillian Mr-
theory wns the assertion that the j Cowan, Minnie Mnrkey, Josle Drum-
Hritish Columbia dissolution is tnk- mond, Sydney Rimer, duck Haslam,
inn place two years ahead of time ; Charlie Morrison, Bertram Murga-
whereas tilto fact is that three full troyd, Orvllle Dow, Vlrglnln Tucker,
sessions have been held aud there. Will lirownlce, llattie Burcb. Palled—
could at most have been one more, i Hernice Fraser, 'Frank Crydernuin,
Apart from this slight mlsslatetmnt, | Melton Leek, Louise    Ifllmor, Asbtou
pivsldlng.   Of the 1,130 names ubje
etl to Mill were struck oil, and about
:iuu retained on Hie im
Over four bundled new names bftVe
boon placed nn the list since ttie last
Sitting of tm- loiiri ni revision
Look for Cooks Kuoordt)
Fairbanks, Alaska, Nov  i -A party!
of live Alaskans, till familiar     wltu
Mount MeKlnley, has been orgnnUed
to climb tin* peak this winter and put !
an  end    to    tbe   controversy ns to
whether   Dr.      Cook   leached   the sum   >
mlt.   Tbe party  will stint  Novembei!
IG.   Tbe   expedition is being financed
here.
Mr. Caviu for Oranbrook.
The retirement ol Dr, J. II   King,
who for the past six years has repre .
Rented the constituency, Is a virtual
admission tbat the Liberals have
abandoned nil hope of carrying Crnn
brook in tbo present election. Tbc I
personal popularity of Mr. Thomas
Ciiven, the conservative candidate and |
the favor with which tbo government']
HAS A66EPTED
Premier McBride  will be
Candidate in Yale.
ACIIVr   ORGANIZATION
Explains   Advantages   of
Canadian Northern and
Kettle Valley Railway
says the difficulty will be to get men ,,roKressive     polley and its excellent
■ Powers,
■ ertsoli.
Nellie
'Absent
'Madge Hob
mgh illness.
Haley-Woods,
ningiish
part of ihe story is that Mr. George
10. Poster realizes thnt lie would not
Uud a place fn any cabinet which Mr.
Uorden may form, and that  ho     has
set  on foot tills intrigue to obtain a .^.^«^_
leader who would be more friendly to j Al the Rlitgllsl) church, Monday,
him. When it is remembered that the Oct, 25th, -haw,; Haley of this city
whole campaign of the Liberal party, to Miss Florence Wood nf Leeds, Eng.
a year ngo was based on tbe noser tlon Flev, Mr, Kloweltlng officiated,
that Mr. Poster would be the llnnnco The ceremony was a most Imprmi-
mlnlstor in a Uorden cabinet, tbo elvo one, the bride lielufe given nwny
cool aaioniory oi the whole thing he- by A. W. Atchison. Tift blidogrontn
comes obvious. In October, 111(18, the was attended by his brother Mr. T.
country was assured by the Liberals, Haley. The Misses J, and It. Pant
that Mr, Poster is so Influential with j ling noting as bridesmaids. The bap*
Mr, Uorden that be would inevitably py couple will reside in tbeir home in
dominate any cabinet which Mr. Bor-  Crnnhrook,
den would form, and     electors were, —	
called upon to vote Liberal to save
the country from such a calamity, ln
October, PJlltl, tbe eoiiiitry Is assured
by these snine liberals that the rein
Mono between tho two men are such
that Mr. Poster would not be allow
d on any terms within any cahirvH
there iu time to take up the warm
trail. He bus no idea of the identity
of the men.
Ttie provincial government bus offered a reward of $600 for the capture of
the two bandits who held up the Cariboo stage this morning.
Europe divided into armed camps
Philadelphia Times: Is HJuropo di
vided into two threat armed camps,
und is It on the verge of war of earth
shaking proportions? Difficult as it
is lor Americans to believe this, the
question is raised sharply by u tiumt
remarkable eipositioti of the Kurnp
eon situation which is given in a recent magazine article Iiy E, Aloxnndor Powell, of the National Geographical Boolety. According to Powell,
all Europe is divided into two armed
camps, "waiting breathlessly for the
tomorrow with Us Armugeddons,"
Conservative Candidate
which Mr, Uorden Would form,
a first class sample of tile
methods of fighting In which the
oral i»atly by steady practice is
coming romarkably efficient,
Provincial Politics.
With the electoral campaign ten
days old, it is possible to make a
forecast with some degree of probability as to its income. It la stating
no mole than the until to say   tlmt j
City Dads.
The following gentlemen have   been
nominated ia Hritish     Columbia     to
contest the    province in the
election in the interest of ihc
vative pui-ty.
Albflinl—Ur.  A. 11. Morgan,
Atlin Hon. U. E. Young.
Cranbrook -Thomas Oaven.
Cariboo, 2 M. Callahan and .1, A.
Prnser.
Columbia— H. ti.  Parsons.
Esquimau-1(, Dallas llelmeken.
Delia- P.   .1.   MacKenzle.
Pernie-W. It. How, K, O,
(Irnud Porks   Ernest Miller,
Greenwood—J, It, Jackson.
KumloopB— J. H, Bhnw.
Nelson   Harry Wright.
New Westminster-T. Clifford.
Rowland—W, It. llradcn.
Rovelstoke— Hon. Thomas Taylor.
Richmond—Hon. P. L. Carter-Col
ton.
Bunnlen—D, M. Eberts.
Slocan -Willium Hunter.
Vancouver—Hon. W. .1. Dowser, A.
II. I). MaeCowan, Dr. O. A. McCulte,
H, Watson und C. E. Tisdnle.
record is regarded, it is recognized,!
even amongst tho llbornls, assure n
conservative victory, lu view ol this
Dr. King Ims decided that discretion
is tbo better part of Valor and refused <
to accept, a nomination, In his place,
Mr. M. A. Macdonald has been placed
iu tbe Held and will do whal he can I
to stem the tide.
In tbis, unless bo Is un exceptional*
1> sanguine man, be cannot hope    to
bo  successful.   Tlie   electors   of   Crnn
brook are just as intelligent as     arc 1
those of any other portion ol tbc pro I
vinco, and the     excellent  work thnl'
the McDride government has dotW for
the province since  it assumed   office.!
but particularly during tin   pust   few
years, cannot buL commend Itwelf    to
their good Judgment, while tbe pro ,
eresslve policy that it offers demniidh
that the constituency send a man to
ihe legislature to support it
tinder such circituwtnnecH I be    con '
servntlves of Craubrook are Hptclnlly
fortuuuto     in linving as tbeir cnildi
.      . date,   a   man   like   Mr    Cavon   who   Is
P "'"? i highly regarded by all eb.sse. in tip
eomniunily.   Air. CnVeh will iindmibt
t filly   be the     next inetnber for Crnn  I
biook and an    exceedingly credltnble |
Bpenco'a Drldgo, Mov. 2 -At a large
and representative gathering of Vale
C.ui.-ei vtilive-. hue tonight Hon. R.
McDrnle wan unaainioualy nominated
to contest tbo riding ngulnst Stuart
Henderson. M.I. A There were three
other randtdntofl In tho flold, J H
Anthony, ll   ii   Matthews and B   N
Dalieey,   bill   lln-j   all   H'lin.l   mi   lav.,I
of the premlei
Hon. Mr McRrldo nccepteil the
nomination and in a brilliant and In*
Rpirlnn addrcsn before a largo public
mooting subsequently held ho eluhor*
nl ed mi the various features of his
railway policy, toiling In lucid mid
convincing language ol the wonderful
advantages that will accrue from the ;
construction and operation of the
Canadian Northern and Kettle Vnl
ley Railways in this province, His ad-
drees was punctuated by frequent out
bursts ot applause and It was fully
evident tbat tbe sympathy oi tbo
vast, majority of tbc people of tlie
district is wiih the government in Its
progressive policy
Active orgnnlzatlon work Ims been
undertaken nnd reports brought In
from all parts ol tbe riding are convincing thai Vale villi be rodoemed,
and will give the premier a large and
substantial plummy.
Qpreecntatlve
News.
ill
Nel8on
Kdiihi'iul Comment.
it  will be
H
>      BERKSnilUl ON CANADA.
Canadians Have Made a Hit Willi
Lord Charles.
London, Nov. 2 -Speaking at th
Royal Colonial Institute,
Lord Charles Deresford said
ure wus blank. We could only bold
our own by keeping supremacy nt
sen. Navies ol the empire should be
interchangeable, should have diselp
line  the same aad   uniforms and  sig-
. mils  the same.   He found  Canadians
i stroma, healthy, cheery and energetic,
the best specimens of the Ilritish race
he had ever seen. Canadian loyally
was unbounded, their energy splendid.
They could very well have sat still oil
Ihe question of defence for they could
shelter tbiinselves behind the Munroe
doctrine, but they nre too proud an chimney
offshoot of thc old slock to do that, strictly
They are determined to defend their
lradc routes.
1 Having alluded to the excellent feeling between     Canada and tbe United
i.Slnles, Lord Charles declared we
should not i.ilk of having a licet that
could win battles, we should rulbelli i 111 at such an empire that nobody
Could attack us.
It  Isjllie public attitude     throughout lln
faced Usb Columbia grows stronger    every |
lib- day in Its support of Mcllridc'fl poll i
he-icy.  The benefits    which will be conferred upon the whole province by thei
construction of the Canadian North- j
: orn arc so obvious, and the route set '
; ected traverses so rich and varied    a
A     regular   meeting   of   the    City1 section of territory, that the most in-j
Council   wan  held   in   the    Council lluentlal districts throughout tlie pro
chamber on Wednesday evening. vines    are    lined up, Irrespective oil
There were present His Worship party, in support of a policy which
Mayor Pink, and Aldermen Johnson, j means so much to each man's Individ-
Rynn, Hunt and Henderson. niul constituency,   in   tilts connection,
Minutes     of   last  regular   meeting: emphatic and favorable comment     is}    Creston, Nov, L— Although     It   ap-
wan read,     and on   motion of Alder- heard everywhere upon the fact   that  pears  that a socialist  candidate has
men Johnson and Henderson adopted  the route of proposed construction isl been nominated to contest Ymir rid
as read. on a Hue which hcnolits constituencies1 ing in tho approaching election, there
Mr. J.   Campbell, of   the    firm of1 notoriously hostile to Mr.  McBrlde'slls not much unrest at Creston. Alex
admiral  Campbell &     Manning was in atteu-	
tho tut-  dance,     and asked permission of tke
noil   to excavate a  cellar   undo
Lose His Deposit
(>n November
j Cuveii, M.P.P.
on November 25th  Kootenay
I send a solid deputation ol nine
i Victoria and the Boundary will
I The people of Cranbrook will make I
no mistake In supporting Premier
McDride ami Tom Caven.
Wliile tlie political situation looks
. rosy to tho Conservatives in ibis rid-
j lug, every man should put bis shoiil ■
der to the wheel and push lmrd until,
■ tho election is ovei mid tbe victory
< won.
Rotter brook some delay Lu the com-1
. pletioii of ihe     Grand Trunk  Pacific
] through  tbe Hritish Columhln moun
.tains than introduce a host of Aslat  <
I Ic coolies.   Toronto News,
their place of business, and in so do
ing to m^ a portion of Daker Street.
Permission was granted on condition that the snfety of public travel,
and trallle was protected, and
the City protected against any damages that might arise from adjoining property
administration, no less than it does; Oliver, who proposes to carry the
other places whose support of tbo socialist banner, is quite unknown In!
provincial government has always! these parts and everyone here believes
been a thing to ho relied on. The fact I that gentleman Will surely lose, his
of the matter is tbat, the closer  the! deposit.
provincial  government's railway pol*	
icy is looked into, the more clear do Sold HJB fcrU
its henonts appear to the whole    of'
British  Columbia,  and  the  mote de ;    j0i,|,
clslvo is the   public's attitude tu its fltrm to
favour.   It is each day becoming more | Dakota.
\   communication   from u   citizen clearly realized that this policy Is ofI$11,000"
buildings without proper chimney!
wus read, and tlie Chief of Police instructed    to see   that the   by-law re
nml    lire     protection    was
nforccd.
Moved Iiy Aldenmu Rynn and Hunt
that the     council adjoiiiti to Prlday
night  ut K p. in.
OLD MAN SIMPSON PALLS FROM
GRACE
After the nominations were closed,
and the result announced, there wore
loud and continual calls for Mr. Cavin, who mounted tlie stage and addressed the convention.
A storm of applause greeted Mr.
Cavin us bo took the stage to thank
tbe convention, and briefly referred to
the Mcllridc government and the con
Hcrvative parly In this province during the past seven years. Also his
stand on the principles contained in
tibe platform of the Conservative
party. Mr, Cavin'a address was
greeted with applause. The follow
ing gentlomon then addressed the con
vention und in brief end Interesting
speeches spoke of organisation und
preliminary work ncccssnry from now
on until (be election lakes place.
P. McDonald, C. H. Thompson, P.
Smyth, P. Do Vers Hunt and
Crulckshnnk.
A workinc committee of O, II
Thompson und .1. A. Arnold were appointed, nnd requested to notify nil
vice president/a throughout the rid-
of Ivlr. Gavin's nomination.
96tl) ANNIVERSAKY
Tho Consei'val.ivo party in Ontario
linvo nrratifieil to celebrato tlio 95th
niiiilVQi'sary nf tho lilrth ,,f Sir John
A. Maoiloiiiiltl by hohlinu, a convon
tlon for ,,ij-ittiixali.,ii pni'i,onoa, Thi'
HnthorinK will u,ko nluco in Toronto
mi Tuiiwlny, .Tun. Llth. Mr. .1. 8,
I'ai'stiiirs, tho Hocretnry ,,f the ,*<>n-
riorvntivo association nf Ontario, has
ticca instrnotctl in invite thc attendance ol all tho c'na:<crvi,five federal
and provincial member,,, tho conaerv
alive defeated candidates at thc eloctlona Inrtt .year, and I,, reqncflt each
do mini, ,n rldlnK association     In   n|i-
point       live       delee.ale.'t   to   rcprcKCnl
Mam. The niinn ol tho convention
will be conllncd wiinMy In nr!.'.nni/.a
tinn purposes for fllslnp; federal and
provincial forces In readiness fol next,
elections,
Nelson, II. ('.. Nov. 1   H'. 13. rtimp
son, ,,i    ibe   Oranbrook lln.,I,I. hiu
snld Ins paper to     ii local syndicate
He will go     Into real estate there,
I'alr.ary Herald.
At a
held „i
vey and I
A a elect
vacancies
future.
Have Unsigned
noetillf; ol tile seta
Tuesday evening, ,1. A.
T. Rogers resigned.
l  ol  trustees In till
I tnislm
liar
benellcinl n nature to tho welfare
nf every section of Hritish Columbia, I
that It censes tn tie a matter to be
discussed from the standpoint ol
party politics at all. lu a word, it. is
. not a conservative policy or a liberal
policy, bat a Ilritish I'nlumbia policy
and being sui-li, Mr. .Mcllridc has, In
bringing it before tho pooplo, nchlev-
e,l tin- hi'ighi nf I nii, statesmanship.
The Week.
NO ASIATICS.
Grand Trunk  Paoitlc  Wants  to
Employ Japanese.
Victoria, H. t'., Nov. 3 -"Wo ran
provide employment lor 20,000 nn the
railway construction iu British Columbia, but owing in tin, attitude nf
the provincial government nn the A
l.l-vett
Cris
Tlie
Thi:
last    week     sold his
Skcttbtirg ol    South
consideration     was
is without  dndbt  one
if tbo best dairy farms in the Koote-
nays, and is located two miles south
nf Port Steele. Tin, deal was put
through by N. ('. McKinstry
THE ORIENTAL
LABOR SITUATION
Mysterious Attitude of the Luurier
Government   Camilla Should
be a White Han's Country
The Election  Spirit.
And now it is Urltish Columbia's ;
turn tn gridiron that province with1
railways. There is a provincial elec
lion on and both political parties uie,
willing to guarantee cvorythlng in
sight. -Calgary News,
British Columbia and especially the
Kootenay wero never in such n pros
perous condition that UieJ are at the
present. These conditions commenced
and continued to improve under the
Mcllridc administration. Another rom
years of prosperity under tho McBride
government and Hritish Columbia, as'
ihe richest province in the Dominion,
will take no s ml     place, not even
tn Ontnrio.
will      be held  in tlie near
Aoiiidcmt at Kernie.
Ottawa, Oct. i* The feeling here
is that tlie Oriental labor situation
nn the Ornnil Trunk Pnclllc enterprise
is far from having been cleared up
The company expressly admits that'
III desires tn Import laborers tmm r
across the I'aciilc. inr the mountain Ars
iutie iiuesfinn we ennaof obtain them. I section, and Its Influence Is powerful Uon
If we only had Japanese the work nil with the government, m,. Colling the
our lines In tlio provlnco could be'wood Bchrlobor's outspoken advocacy
rushed, and the (Iriiad Trunk Pnclllc 61 tho principle Is regarded In Ottn A
would be oomploteil within contract wa as extremely significant, he ho
lime.   As  It  Is  we shall  have  to ask : Ing the officer expressly appolntod  by
Mr. aud
V.  rlchrado!
brnnk visit.
Tin
Additional Locals
Ml:
. i.  ll.   Hi,
nl  Wevlallll,  wi
■s Wednesday
i'i,,1
pay    mil In
Will   be
s Nest
Ibis a
del al,ly
I'us
.III):
i, nnd
I'I all
al   I'll.
Pernle
e     bull
ilrod thnuMinil dollars
W.   Smith,   ,,i
mill, ol  Spokano
„t    llosmer,   v
Crnnhrook Wedn,
Penile, K V
mid II. .1 Wil
ere registered ul
sdn)
'eraie, Nov. H Two llllll were tnki
to ihe   Kernie hospital from Coai
•ek mines yesterday. Due lind a
broken while working on fhe tip
and Ihc nl her wns Injured  In   the
Nominations.
Hnn. VI. II. Cnsliing
wns in the city Tliursilu
A.
.1.
(1.
A. 1
of To
IC. Armstrong and .1
rniitn were In tbe ell
Nidson, Nov. 2—Harry Wright form
if    Cftliinry orly iwmihor (or    Ymir nnd for    tbo
punt. tbt'flO y'Hi'H the popular itnd  in
ih'fnticubh'     RoVornmoHt   iment born,
"1 entry tho Conaervntlvn standard
to victory    for No.lwm In the forth-
rom I in-,  ehelinns.
Mr. Wright      wan     the  unanlmotifi wllllt '"
I,. A. Flowofl of Galgftry, .1. M. KJv- choice of Urn cofisemitlvo cniivonilon,
erott or Nulson, J, I). Caverhlll     of 	
Victnrin nnd John Irvine of Nelsnti Rovolfltoke, Nov. 2 The meeting of
wore I'ucntFi at the Cranbrook Thura- electors hold here hint wrelt to np-
d'ay. point delegates to thc convention to
M. WnttcrH
Ity TbiliMdny.
tbe dominion Kovornmcnl tor nn cx-
teimion of time."
Willinm Wiiiuwrli:bt. Bocond vice
president of tlie fund, nindit the above
Hthtement in tbe eoureo nf nn interview here to*day. "I cannot under*
Htnml the nttiiude of llrlthih Colinn*
bin In  ItwlHtlng Mini   Auiiitii-H I x
eluded," hi- continued, "In my opin
inn the development of the province
in helm: retarded, We enn only obtain 2,000 men to work on our fond,
vvbereiiH if we could hnve employed
Anlutien the Hue Would hnve been
completod by the end of 1911."
Mr. Wnlnwrlfthl commendo the   Mc-
nrlde    rnilwny    policy, HuyittK that
province wnntH Is more rail
wuyB.
MiHride nnd Cnven nnd four years
more of prosperity for Crunbrook
district.
the government to represent it in nil
ilealingH with regard to the actual
building of the lund. It also Ih nol
ed thnt. in his Hpeccb to the 'Prude.';
und Labor Oongrons Mr. Mackenzie
King, the milliliter id labor, did lint
demly define tin- government's pofli
tion, Against these circumstances In
only to lie set. Hlr Wilfrid's curious
stutemetit thnl no application for the
use of Oriental labor has been made
to the government, and this ts ho
carefully worded us tn be of little
, value us nny Indication nt the Intoti
tlon of tlie government,
i     The   pofli tinn      Of   the   Cntiservutivc
parly nn Ibe Issue Ih clear enough,
Yenrs ago when the (l.T.P bargain
I wns helm; made it endeavored in
vain to induce the government to
insert a white labor clause in the
contract, Mr. Borden bus declared
htmsell    unequivocally in favor    oi
A. It. I, Collins, ol Vancouver, S
K Whitney, ,,f Winnipeg, II. hnn
lels, of Tlsdalo, mid A K McArthui
nl Alberton, V. I«! Islntul, wero giloRts
ut the (Jranbrook Wnlncmlny
Itep
ny sh
Tims
l;  it.
irts from nil
iw      thnl
Caven,  M
na win he
I   lOnBt   Konten
three i niiserviit Ives
ii. hareons uud W
ui tn Victnrin
Nature
Just ns the
t ireineut   tl;
ut ten tlon
tiling  'It,ni:
times  everything
lawn mower goon
furnneo Ure clnii
There's     always
im  father
closely,
llitn  re
ints for
Conservation
natural   resource
interest  tn     the
patriot. These m
own, in
f timber ami olher
should I I vital
true and practical
interests     of your
Urth shall muk<
runt  the coining Kcueratln
its murk un thin, ae well.
nnd lenvi
Premier McBride on His
Railway Policy.
I "l have no fenr whatever ol nn
appeal tn the people They have
trusted me tor seven years, and thej
nn- u,ii going tu withdraw thell con
lldcnce now. They nre going tu take
me ut my word and glvo mo n chance
to muko good. 1 believe tho policy
which Is submitted to tbe people is
une tluil will be n( thc utmost value
to the province und will Impose u
maximum <>[ burden upon tbo i rem**
ury. We will not even havo to pay
Interest on tbo Canadian Northern
bonds during construction, nnd nfter
the line i.s built from Yellow Hoad
Pnss to Ibircluy Sound, we will havo
us n guarantee that tho province will
lose nothing, nil tho resources of tho
Canadian Northern Hallway system,
which is even now operating moro
t lum three thousand miles between
the head of Mike .Superior ami the
Rocky Mountains und will th. n be n
transcontinental railway in the full
est senso ol thc term."
Wedded at CroBtod,
On Monday, October 26, Ueatrleo,
daughter ol Mr und Mrs v. John
son of Canyon City, und Ernest Wilfred, eldest son of Mr, und Mrs. W.
s Ryckman of Creston, were married
by the Rev P. <'. Haynuin. The
young couple kept then marriage a
secret for some days. The couple will
reside in Creston, tho groom bolng a
merchant
Turkey witness Lose Birds. ■
Ifver since Thnnksglvlng day Ores
ton bus been suffering from a turkey
stealing epidemic. < in Thnnksglvlng
dn> nearly luu turkeys were won inn
sllOOt    by   elll/ells      .inkers  Hole       tbe
birds one by one until tbo winners
bad to seek the aid nt the provincial
constable   t Uinl     Uu- wholesale
thefl Nut n trace ui the missing
birds can hu hud mid tlie victims nf
tins steal have m> redress
Dun Muiiii Should Know
Mt li li Mann, mc- president of
i In- Canadian Northern railway, has
given tin 0 T r n solar plexus
blow by tolling Ihe people nf Urltisb
Columbia tbut (hero is not. now und
never wus uny need lui yellow labor
iu railway construction. It's a strong
bbl foi ii O nnd n sock dollngot ftr
the 0   T   I'    Calgary News,
A Hunter's Story,
\ luini,■! in Urltish Columbia Ilrod
ut a coitgnr, im a prnk ut dynamite,
and caused a terrific explosion. The
cougar got away, but when lie tells
his friends Whal he was up aguitist on
that occasion thoy will guy him and
glvo him the reputation ol being
I pad liar.—Toronto Btari paob 2.
THR PROS l'KCTOtl,   ORAMBttOOK,    It.   0,
IATURDAY, NOVEMBEI1 C, 1909
n^t^^T*! m)* 9**r**n*   -<r*Mm^-    Tak, ,„„„.,
OrailDrOOK   ♦ ivr.mt.Kiii:,,   ,M EXAMINATIONS TOIUNSPKOTOBB *•<» .{.J?'"/1
Livery    j
i
NOTICE
111
Professional   *
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We a„. >,,., to ,'i<ii nnd trj
our u.w OonHlgninsat ot in-w
and Un to tUtr rig. lor
Wiut.i   and   Summer.   Jnat
rectlvtd Tonplr nn,l  Kelluble
Horiee   at    yout    dlapiwal
Glvi   them   a   trial :,■<! b,
convinced
Hhun, 47 I'raii k, n '■
A. B. Grace,
I'llll.lSlIKU    AMI    KUITOlt.
OF STEAM  BOIMMIB ANU
MACHINERY
*4>4>4>+4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>*4>4>4>4>4>4l    hOIld,   W,-   ll    ||       won't   t
__^____^________^_._„   ,1m liiw the enmlntj election
HxHiutuutiona    tot  il„- poaltlon ill
-   Ineueotoi ol Steam Uollera nnd Mnob
Inery, under tbr "Hteum Holier* in
n  Weylei  nucccedii as well in Moi jauactlon Act,  1901," *,ll l" held .it
hcco ne he did in Cuba he may help u,f |>arllamenl     Utiilillniia,  Victoria,
Moroeci ,- limn spinii commencing Novembei  8th, 1909   K\>
 „  plication und Inatructiuu lornw     >*.,,,
• l.,„,ks ae It larmor Jnlm Oliver will be bad on application tu tlie under
have nbtindnnt time, alter Novembei alumni, to win,m the lormer hhi;.i be
j'.ih. i,, look iitti'i lus farm. returned, corrertl) lllleil In, nol later
 a  than      November   let,   I     Salary,
The local liberal organ boa a   now  '""" '   "
e ihui tbut) ,lu>s alter
l to apply to ibe Super-1*
niru,t.'iii ,,1 I'ntvinrial Pollci for I m#4)v44W4)vM4)4rvv4
rtnellal „i my llcenao t„ soli Intoxi ,,.,,.,, ,, .. .., ... ,,
eating iii|nnr.4 at retail ou the prem ! Il.\h\ lit, Alt* .\l\ I I'.li,
law km,wu ns the Winds,,r Hotel,j
|,',,rt Stoolr, ll   ,
Itltl'I'iAtOI'h  iltnl  Snlirilnl
AN
ll. s   UATHEil
I.,VNIi NOTIOB
MACDONALD,
ns mul Solit'lloi
OltANUltUUK,   11.0
NEWPORT
ll   v, ■ Ll   unit   .i   il'-ln inllS
Cluii'iilatr tn llitisc
Newport.*, .ii I hi' I '.ilm.
WV have jllsl ret rivt'll
j   larae   stork   anil   ;i
The Princcai Vlctorln Loulae     Im*
I,.'. ., colonel ol tb,' Kaleer'a litis
ear*    Is it an houoi to compare with
being a  high   private  in   tla-  .limy    oi
the .nilrugettei ?
Dlatrlcl oi Kust Kootenay.
Take mnn,'     thai  I, [toll  Niali	
i u,i i,, applj to me Chlel Commie \\\\   |
..Inner ,,l   Lauds uml  \\,,lk.. at   VlCtol
ia,  Hi  . lol peiiiu. i,,u i,, purcbuee
following deavrlbed ,aode lu Baal Koo
tena)   C neuciug at a poal   plauteil
k>     ttummenciug ai   a  poat   pluuted
1   swelle.l ",',i"\1 „'li'ii„'l\      |al    t«e    llll    wr .1    ,,,111.1    ,,l    tllllbei
New We tmlnatei   H V   licence  No   iOOM und miming   north   (
,4>(jiiit ,'tiaius,     theure     weal   90 rbnlue
tlieuce Houtk »• idiaiiw,  theuce   eaat
j| cbaina to ttie place ol  eommeace
meal   • nntalnlng 190 ■ ■ mor	
I'.ikc notice itiai  1  Inteud to apply   '*■
tlie   Superintended  ol  Ptoviucm
NOTICB
I    No [eara are openly exi .wl [or ,,
1 tiearth ol mud in the comlug vain
palgn; mud alingcra having conaerveil
ilieir   reioucee    loi     the past three
years
I,    lol  .,  renewul nl I    Uuf'l Ucl   till   1909
intoxicating lliiuot t R4NUK00K I ANII DI8TR
t,
police altei   :■' .1
lay   la'eiiie   I,, noli
ou in. preml > - k in   * ■ 'he Itoyal
Hotel .a Mni) iiiin   ti   C,
ll    I     Snwvei
paled, net    iI   Hum i   i   i..
i: 'i
i.i IU),
li.iirisiiT. Hulti'litii', i'i,1.
I'll WNItUOOK,  lit'
ll    niOMl'SUN,
lllll I IhIUI',   Si,Ii.Ii,i ,   .111,1
Nol.llV    I'Hllllf
nil,,..    Hi nl lliilldlug.,
i'i; VNIlliDOK, li H
lit
Diatrict ,,' Baal Kootenay
a   tm   -     il,al   I  Ua larel   Klteu
Sulc  A ■.: > ■ i i l -  lul
I'nilllilntiL',
THE   PALM
HANUHll
l>, .ii,, i
IK  I, tNIl HIS l tin I'
,, i..«.i Kootena)
Frank Dezall
GENRK.M. RLACKSMI I II
and
WOODWORKICK
Kulilier Tlrea Applied
To   HiieiS..   WIlMli
10BNTS   KttK   CANADIAN riYRI.lt
AND   MUTllK  RO'B   HU YCl.ES
Repairing j Spet inlh.
Phnii«  Sn      ...      iv n   it,,,  in
BOVRIL renovates
the blood and builds up
muscle and nerve. It is
good for children,
athletes and invalids-
good (or all.
BOVRIL
Itfuti the hit*tor) ol  Brltlah t'olum
bin Uu ring tbe past «ven yeara, nnd
vmi  will Hod   tint  Premier  McDride
make* no promlae that In u<>t tu llll led
t.i thu lettei Tnkfj uotlca tlial lb*j • rulttai    I im
Q bt-i Cumpun), Limited, ul Crunbrook
., .. i)irup«tiuu,  lumbal  rompany,  intend
on   Vancouver correspondeni     in  t        {, ,       |WrmK«i.«i ,,. minim*
*,ll  ,n.n,„.,l.  Mr   Juhji ..h.,r, t,„    l|w    i.fulfc|       ;,,. -iU>i|   ,     ,J    1|iUi
b££SS*5 -'-Sl'   »«!?'P
I»5a4, thcuc,  weat toitj cbatua, iIhik,
• uuiii tweut, inr cbalua,  theuce east
Monoy muat     I aay  in Coleman   i,,m, cbaina, tbence north tweut] tlvi
Ua- local    paper    n.,.> had lt« otttci  ,i,.,,i,.. to place ol lieginuim
pnlnted  ,.n  the   outaide    Thc  editoi Crotbera  Liimbci   i ,.     Ltd
nu doubl  will noon be sendinf thi   ,1 j   |,   i,   ,| ,.	
lice towel to the laundn ;    |,.,,r,, iutw{ JL   uun '
"
That   I.,,ii,'...i,      wall   ol   -4ii   Chi a
lllvera-WtlBon  because be could mak«
no Impreafllnn upon  Prcmiei   Mcllcide
.it tils demande lor Oriental lubor loi
the Q   T   p   provokeB chuckles     .,„,     i'i.Xi'Kl.l.ATION  nf  KK.SKKVK
mirth in British Coiumbio ■   -
__  „  Notice >< aereb,  ti'eu tliai  it,, re
The Liberals ol ltntisi, Columbia .arte on lol 4,jjl. U 1 Kooteuaj
hnve no conddence In the leaderabip ,,,.,.,,. :,,,. ,: .....;1 bearing date
,,:   J.dm Oliver, and are now   calkin-,   , .. ,
... a man to wa.le right through i... ' ►« ' '"' ">• s'"' """ "»' "u"
Tories He will nnd higher water In "-1""'1 " "•« Urltisb Columbia Ua»
the Kootenay     nnd his  wnder's will ett. ,,i February 1th, 1909   ia eancell
'        ■   'I-:     ■"■•>':■■■■    '...-i m   ,.,,    .„   .,,   ;.,.   „   ,,,. tM   ttMer„   p„
eats the ftcquisiou ol mxnl  Uiuls i>>
ter the provision**   nl
■  i
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i"
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im ti ii (hei |',o   Hi
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M i' i: ii'i'i  mul
II V   I ..ii,,l  Miii'vi>yiii,
I'll VNUUIHIK, I! i'
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh   mul Siiltocl Ments,
Pish uuii Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST   ARRIVED
Orders by Mail xvill receive prompt attention.
Order by  Phone, 45.
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CIUNUH v I imi UlUTUltrl
IhNt i,. i .,i Baal Kootenu)
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nnuluuit*niul Moilnllsl ol MnKllllpViM-
.■rinun (•..!!.■;;.•, t-'liinijio, 111., in IHUO
\ Iteglslered      momber     ol      lti-iiir.li,
i iiliiniliiii    A.sMM-iiitinii.
| *LL CALLS NltiHT I DAV PROM*"H Y *MtHllrf* IS
NORTH     STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.   B.C.
II    w     niinw,   Proprlotor,
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over lus head.
Uthnm's ninety miles an hour dash P« emptors
by ueroplane in a Unity to llfty mile  section li ul uie l.nu,! act
. In-cine  makes    a      sen-all,,Hal     rCCOlll UOUKKTi     KKSWH'I
which will probably be ol long stand ,        , „
lini,'.   Wise aviators    realize Unit    he
I who tiles not in a itale i- most likely ••*»«■ Oepartiueut
sloner ,,f   Lauds
I tn live to lly nnothor day
We Dir.il ill Kvrtvlliiiin  I'li'in
a Neeille lo ;t I .ocuinnlivd
lOStPH II. Md I AN
UK U.l.i: IN
All liillils nl Son,llll  llllllll lioiiils
hiitniliiiv  u  SI'Ki'l.M.'I'V
lilJYKK  ul'   I'l IKS
Siii,f'» Obi   Slainl,  llitiisnii
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W. Cline !
nl ihr uid  viaiiiLwbH  lUrhfi ♦
Stiopran niiw ii« i.hhmI in 'lie        a
M wi'I'iiiia iiii'ri'.i.    ♦
t'ir-t ilu-  Work   in f
all   l,r»,„l,r.  of   the f
Tonsorial   Art ♦
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No creature Is in,,re apt to become
a hopeless dipsomaniac thnn the
honey bee Tile ll,overs deliberately
trade nn their weakness ami tnako
their    honey  intoxicating simply to
Blvo the I  an Irrcslstnblo taste lor
it. and Induce tlie deluded Insect     to
make continual rails at their bnr
Tbe London    Advertiser   The   com
plotion ,,[ the mountain section nf tit
c.   T, p. may he delayed
two because yellow labor Is prohibit
ed. I,ni ihe developn t ol the conn
try will he healthier without it. Arte;
all.   tlie main  object  ,,f  development
V C . A11',i .i J. ima  si, I'i I
CIUNUKIIUK LiMl DISTHICT
Diatrict al Kouieia..
_,   o     •
TAKE notice     that   I.  Edward KI :
well, of Cranbrook,   occupation  I lea 11
Estate agent    Intends     to apply lor
permission to purchuse the following
described  lands:       Commencing ut a
.,.,!  PeptrnniiM  .'!"     lliuu 41 ,s
CRANBROOK I.ANU DISTRICT.
Diatrict nf Blast Kootenay
I 4KK   \,.l„,.   11,1,1   I     ».   II       Ul
I   I     H     II
'"Put     sl
.,   iiermlHslu
,!.., i il„-,l  1, me
|,,,«l   iiliiutoil
l,,,l   \,,    Ktllll
,-keeper
IOFKIC6   41   MCKINSTRVS   LIVERY  BARN
ORANBUOOK, B.O,
!  W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sieum  linil.-is and Kiirnaiie Work u
S|ieiilally.
Cosl ami Stock KsllmateB
l''iifnislii'il Upon Appllca
tion.
P.O. Box 834.
Pound!
Ik to iiiinisli work for tin- clMseiiH  ol  30Uf'' ''"    chain
a country,   This will he done hy tho
immcillntfl coimtructlon <>t  lln- ('una
(Hnn Northorn rnllroml, nnd  without
thi' iissistani'i- nl Mn' Asmtlc
Current Comment.
LdtlihrhlKt) llcrahl Tin- j*ovoniiii(iiil
ol Hpnln has boon forced to reHijjn
hccnllHti it killed aa editoi. This is a
Holomn warning to all those who ^oi
mad at tin- editor,
year r | post planted at the Intemection ni
' t li** east boundary ol Lot No. 381
group l with tla* south boundary ol
of (he right nf way of the British
Columbia Southern rnilwny, thenee
thence ennt ia
In*ins; thence south 2\) chaina;
thence fast 40 chains, tlieuce north
till chains mure nr less to the smith
em boundary of the Hritish Colum
luu Southern railway right of way;
thence following said southern la am
ilary westerly wi chains more or Icsh
io the polnl of commencement.
Bid ward Klwell,  locntor.
bntpd September 21st  1909. 89
Winnipeg Tribune The spinsters nf
Kngllind want free farms. They now
have Ilieir opportunity, Thc prairies
arc dotted with the Lonesome cottages!
uf eligible bachelors.
Ottawa Free Press The minister
wtiu first talks his sermons into a'
phonograph and then listens to them
being repented, shows a commendable
willingness tn take hi.-? own medicine
Will Lecture.
Miss   Laura   Unse,   of   Ouolptl,   (>M.,i
will lecture in Domestic Science and
Wninens' Institutes in Cranbrook on
November 13th,     at 8 o'clock, p.m..
under   the      auspice.-,  ,,(   the   Kit liner's |
Institute.
SLICKERS
wear well
and they Keep you
dry while you are,
wearinq them
SOLD BY THE
BEST DEALERS
EVERYWHERE.
Town Cuumm OuiD-CioiNiHc Co.ni ToiOHtl 0*'
StS^SstS^g^SxcK^s; ^^^^^^^^^^^v1
Francis Edward
Corrison
Uaii.iiiia-iei I'l'iintirniik.i in  Ikiml
l'Poii'ilia-iei'  Knox   t'i,'-l,vl,.,,iii,
Rluirvh
Late Bat,diua,lai  HI. \laje.lv". Ilovi
»   r„.m,'i-
TtlACHER    Of
Violin, Bunjo, i,mi.ii    Muiiil	
anil       Slandui'll        lu~! riiiinnil-
Orchestra    Furnished
Hliunc is,,, CKANBKOOK, B.C
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
1
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OfUNBKOOK 1.AN1) DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay.
TAKK     S'nlU-fi   tliul      (30)   lltlrt*-  ita.»
ii.-, ilalc, I. li. \l. « l-li, mi wyclilii
I. c, occupation clerk,  humids Ui upjd
eicrilml  l«inln;-   i niinnnnchiH  at  «  |io>
Hi  11 i*i
Hi   (IO)
ni    l.,,i   Nn.   Mimi,
nl,
eliithii
iitahiinu
in
til   nl>
ihiikIi.-.i  ami  mn   acres.
«ii   Uurray   Wendell.   Locator,
eni-ge   \.  Toiullnson.    Atfont.
iteuihei-  ^k.    IUOO. 41-40
OAANBKOOK LAND DISTRICT
• iKtrU't uf Kast Kuuteuav
IA It ■ S'ntiee (lint lldcty dnys after
.i.i, i Itoneri M»chonul«i nf WyclUTe. ti
i'., ucciipa-l Inn 'liook-kceper, intemli to
j|,|ilv   for     permission   to   aui-cliuHe th*
followlnK   described   lands:-    t\ nencltig
j|   4   liosl   platltMl   nl  thfl  Miiilli  west i:,ii-
iter oi l.ni  No. fiOHfi, thence nortli ii"»
foilv chnins. thfiie* west (ilii) Iltiilv
live chn In*, theiica south (40) fort>
chuins, thenct east <:t."o thirtj l-.n
chnins in Hie point of rnmiafliinement
conlftinbiB in ull about (140) one Inn,.I
r-a,l aud fnitv acres.
Kot-prt   MacDonnld,    Localor.
OcorM  ToiiilitiMni.    A."-ni.
I tat i»t   uctobei   \1.     IUOP. 41*49
LAND NOTICE!
Dlstrlcl uf Kan;  Kooteuay,
Take notice that I, Alice Fluflfiell,
Inteud to apply In the Chief Ootnmla-
aioncr ol IjiiikIh and Works at Victor
'/At ia, II. C, for permlBstoii to purchaat*
ho r lie following described luinls iu Kast
5j(l jKonteiiay : Commencing at n post
•/it, plaaicd at da- snutb eaat corner ni
■Alj liiiii.ci licence Nn. iaaaa and running
jrjjj | nnrth 80 chains, tbence cast IM chnlim,
yAt thence smith 80 chains, thence weat
BM , 20 chnina tn the place nt commence
|te Guests lomlor. a Specialty   Good Stahllnq in Connection jwi ni«Bt, containing ion ncres more m
i"
N..ui'-.i lo rnlli'nitil ili.|u)l      11 n.s in 'minimi
tlttliiins    fin    Hi-'    |.,, t. 11,'    i,in'i,null	
I    Llllll |(
H0GGARTH & R0LIINS
\Y.
I3EATTY
niuiui-tukRi',
I'lliilmlnifi'.
I'iiiii'I'iiI  Uiivi'tur.
CiUANBROOK,  B.C
On Baker licet, one dooi wesl
ol Messrs. Hill & Co,, the only
place in town tlial ran make
life worth Iiiin.;.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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HANSON AVRNUR      •      •      CRANBROOK, B.C.
We Buy I'vcrythinn
litiUSKS, STOVES iv  I  second liuml  PURNT-
♦ TURK,   CROCKER\'   anil   WEARING    APPAREL
♦ WG SELL win,t we. Imve in slock al  prices that
^     will surprise you,   A visit in the Dollar store will ron
* villi',, ynu ilmt  we Iiuve Ihe goods, and call save yon
* lil'ly per conl on any goods piil'eliiised."
'I
STEADY EMPLOYMENT
Pol a reliable local aaleatnati ic
l.reaealloic (Junafla'a Oltleat ami
fJriateiit Nuraerlei In (Vrunlii'onh nn>l
ndjolnlng country.
The popularlt) nf    Block   whirl.
ia   grown nn limcutonn    ,,ii. mnRlni;
,,ui     trew nn.i     IttuthoM linrillci  anil
loDKei lived  Hum coaal   grown -Un'i
.» aclcoowledtfeil  by  eiiierlenceil  inn'
Krowtri,
Wr make a H|ieelully of growing
itork fnr Hrltlah f!olumbla uml Hlilp
in carload tn tbat province
A |,fi iN»n*-iii alttiatloB <n i ir bi
iuku   wiih territory reserved,
Pay weekly ; fret niilflt Write for
particular!.
Stone & Wellington
KiiN'I'HII.I,   NURRRItIKH
TORONTO  ONT
(Llcicstd by B. C. OoTerameat.;
M   Hot and Colt) Maths Proprietors      m
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Despair and Despondency
S r   lit   .,   noil I Ml I nil lell Ilu-   ,li,[.   <>l   ibe .u(trriii|t, the
ilctpiiii   .iii.i Mn* ii-.|,i.iiiUni j t-Hiioirii hy women »in, cerry
j ,l.nli burden oi ill.lirallb uial |tuin I'ccmmc ol disorder-. «nd
deruii)(e nii al ilie delicuie mid irti|turlMiil itrdiim Rial |re
dlnlinctl) l-li, iiii,r     'Ibe lorlareh mi bmvely endured ivia-
i.i, n-U ti|t*el ilir- iiervcN il liaitj I'lintliMiril,
Ih    I'ierce'*   I'tMiriie   I'r, inpi i  j  pmdtlve   uure   lur
tvetikiieii *ud (JUeuhe- <■! o.r ir r nrHaaisni,
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Mr.ts eu.iy second (mil fuuill) * j
W.ilne.jdtiy   ot   hew   f-ralainlty ♦
Moll-   So)ouilno  RcboKntifi cm ♦ I
iliaity invited. 7
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Kootenay
(T^   « j\ IT MAk'l:5 WRAK \VOril:N STRONG,
It-   V1 C"^v SICK   WOMKN   WLI.I..
gks**     \- -J       jK\ ll itllnyi iiiltmiiin: lion. lieiiK alceriilun and lOOtliei ptii
r»"V   ^ ^     J 7 I es ->"< bailds up "lie aer.efc,    It l"s lor wife'
{'*K,  -.   ,-TL_c^Sg end umllierl d.    I liairel medicine dealen «ell ll
nol Iii
ll   li   i.on krarel   nim-altfii'iiilifl  und   Ims
Aal   Voi -  Nn.. »-■     ■ I**-> pruhahl) an
II  > miiI  ., I k   llatl  IrlU nil u bo ll I '
pela,
tell oud
■nd
' |U<tl    *%   guild,"
ird of  forty ^enrn  ol  ourei.
some ot its ninny OUrei.
i's   dl-.eJ-.es,  and   hew   tl*  I'Urc
hf id II  uiie-cent si-.,,,,,, to Ih. I'lerce lu pay eoil uf mailiuf
il ...nl yi»ii ii fitt vo|iv i,|  In-,  ijreiil ilioii'imd'paie illubirtteil
Mr dual   \J, i ,n    resiwd, up-lo djli edit un, in puper uoveri,
, u.udiuit. SU aUlupi,    Addie.-i In, l(.\ , I'.nee, UuttWIu, N.Y,
$5.00 CASH
ANU
$3.00aMONTH
flood  Himniiiit   Km   ( hhIi
alMPU
Steel
Range
The oven door
of the Kootenay
drops down and
provides a shelf
upon which to
rest the pans
drawn from the
m
Ni
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Ktill   B A I,El   AT TUB OHANBBOOK
DRUO AND BOOK STORES
,   N*'-n
' km0
SILENT fl,.,mi:immm sraDV
AI.MII  SI'lI'llNll    HAND  MAOH1NMB
Knit  HAI.Ill   OIllflAI' ANU Til
IIKNT.
GEO. B POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue.
Phons 156. Cranbrook, B. C.
MCCLARY$
FOR   riALB   BY PATUORE BROS. THE runs I'Kt'Toii,   i'ii,\Miiii,i,i\.    ll
SATI'ltll.W.  NiiVKMIINl:
PAQH 3
! CANT BE BEAT FORJ
$
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WEAR OR FOR STYLE
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Dherson's i ICinaereiia
Boots
FOR
Men
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Boots
FOR
Ladies
Procurable only at
Q. T. ROGERS' SHOE SHOP?
% Cranbrook, - - - B. C.
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Methodist Church.
Children's service in the morning at
ll, Girl's choir, mul special sinning
by tin1 children mul other Ir lends,
Sunday School and bible classes at
three.
KvcniiiR sorvicc nt 7.30. Gospel ad
dress and revival hymns, All who
have the bunks used by Dr. Toy and
Mr. Reynolds are requested to bring
them un Sunday night. All who go
to no other church, mul like bright
ami spirited Hinging nro Invited tu
attend.
Monday- -A social hour In the
chinch at Bight, A contest will bo
held, refreshments served and a pleasant time for all. ('una: nlong and
spend a happy time. Admission free.
Collection at tho door.
Tuesday—League spelling bee under
i lie direction of the literary depart
meat—monthly offering will he taken.
Wednesday -Parsonago npeu lor all
young men who cttro to come from h
i.n in.   Introductions not necessary,
Thursday—Prnyer meeting nt eight,
Open  In all.
Friday—Ohoir practice at eight.
Next Sunday, November 14th. llev.
It. N. Powell ot Nelson will preach
anniversary sermons and will lecture
on the lollowing Tuesday. Keep these
dales  ulien.
THR GYMNASIUM.
Tbe Gym is again open fur the
winter months. The boys will do
well to get lu and malte the best nf
these, privileges. Basket ball, hol'l
zantnl and parallel bars, punching
bag, boxing gloves, ropes, ladder!
dumb bells aud clubs, A reading
room In connection. Mr. Clarve may
he able tu Htart classes fur Imxliig
very soon, and nil Interested are asked tu eome around mid muko themselves known. Time spent, in Hie Gym
is profitable fur the body and mind,
and no young man will rogrel u winter uf healthy training iu the Gym.
The following gentlemen are kindly
asked to net ou the basket holt committee and tn meal as ent'ly as pus
slble: Mr. .» Ilreehin, Mr, .1. Mi-Ken
hie, Mr, .1, Mii'nllitni, Mr. A. llride.es
W. .Inliii.'i,,n mid W. Harris, ll in to
he liupul tnat a good series nf games
be arranged ror Ibis season. The
committee reserve tbe right lo make
a charge lor special occasions. Tick
<>ts can be bad al the liyiu nl any
linn' in.in seven till ten, except Krl
days Gym (Vinmil i-*i\ G W, 1'at
Mu'.re,  Dr. Connolly, llev,  It. Ungues.
clever children. Baho Mason, the
shining star of the cninpany, lias
again been secured and will mure than
delight hor auditors with her funny
suiigs and comic antics. The tinkling
music and catchy songs which are
heard on the- streets for many days
after have invariably been furnished
by this cninpany and among the
bright., sparkling numbers to Iip ollered this time are "Whistle If Yuii
Want Me Dear,"  "Hollo     People,"  I
plication will lie made to the commissioner nu th<! llttb day of December, P.I01I, at eleven o'clock In the
forenoon, railway time.
tl Give the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors nr licensees wlio ur whose lands are likely tu
hu affected by the proposed works,
eltner above nr below the outlet. The
Marysville Tuwnsite, f'row's Nest.
Pass Lumber Co., and the Sullivan
Group Mining Co.
(Signature)      PIOTKU   LUND,
(P.O, Address'     Wardner, B. C.
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;     CKANHKlJUK  LANU  DISTKIOT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice tbut I, Sadie J. Mc
Forlnne, uf Oranbrook, B. C, occu
putiuii married woman, iutend lo up
ply fur permission tu purchase tin*
following described lands i Com menclng ut u pust planted ut the uorth
east, curner uf Cooper's purchase,
thence west 20 cbaina, thence north
4 cbuins, tbence east 30 chuius,
theuce snath 4 chuius, tu tbe place
uf commencement.
Smiie J. McParlane,
T. Cadwallader.
Hated Sept.  17lb,  1909. 42-9
LAND NOTICK
District of Kast Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Willium Wente,
intend to apply to the Chief Com
missioner uf Lands and Wurks ut
Victoria, It. ('., for permission to
purchase tlie following described
lauds in Bast Kootenny : Commencing ut a post plauted at the uorth
east corner uf timber licence No.
2imuu and running south so chuius,
thence east iJO chains, tbence north
10 cbains, thenco west 20 cbuins tu
the place of commencement, containing itiu acres mure or less.
William Wente.
Duied Oct. llth.  1909. 42-9
CBANBROOK I.ANU DISTRICT
KantiHt, Ohwroli,
Public    Worship li u. iu . and 7
p. in.
Mililc School with Pbilelbeii and
Baraca ('lasses, at 2 p. m.
Morning subject: "Tbe All-Abounding Grace." The Lord's Supper al
the close. Evening subject: "The
plumb Line of Life." A cordlnl Chris
linn welcome to strangers.
Last. Wednesday's mid-week meet
Ing was in charge of tho Ladies Mis
skill Circle. There was a good tit
undunec and an Interesting program,
In n brief business meotlng of the
Church at tho close II. was decided
(n liul.l on Wednesday ovoning next a
Membership Bally tor a workers'
conference and a social time.
Juvenile BoEtonia.it?.
It Is wilb pleasure Malinger Short
of tbc city Band announces the up
penrance nl the famous Juvenile: Bos
tniiiani fur two nightH, Nov. !) and
lu. Tbis organi'/atlon uf clever girls
needs im Introduction -<> ntmiscmcnl
seekers nf Crnnbrook, It might be
added they aro a little larger, a little
older but a little hotter. Tbeir up
penranco at this time, after nn nh
sence nf over two years, should he
heralded with much Joy as nu organization ever playing the Went ever nf-
forded more who.osomo fun ma! amnso
ment to ynunjf and olo ae did   these
BABE MASON.
Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now,"
"How did the Bird Know That,"
"Tbe Booglo ii o-glo Man," "Everybody know Il's There," nlSO the fain
uiis Moon Beam quartette, and Edith
McClnlro, the yodler, will render nonln
new and must pleasing numbers with
appropriate effects mul cost nines. The
scenic invest men nnd light ellocts
used, will prove n revelation to the
theatre gners, and as the Juvenile
lluslniiiuiis have In tbc past, played
to capacity holisos, It 111 I gill be a
good suggestion in advise securing
seats nt an early date. Plan at
Belittle & Atchison's drug stnre
WATKIt  NOTICE.
Nntice in hereby given Unit iiii up
plication will in- itnnlf under Pari V
uf the "Wnter Act, 1909," tu obtain
a licence iu  the Cranbrook   Water Ills
trict.
(a) Tlie uiiiae, address mid occupation nf the applicant Peter Lund uf
Wnrdner,  B. ('.
tb) Tbe name uf tbe lake, stream
ur source (if unnamed tbe description
lsi Mark Creek.
(c) The puint nf division between
one liali and one mile above govern
I lien I   bridge oil SI.  Mary's rami.
(di The quantity uf water applied
inr tin cubic feet per second) (four)
fuiir cubic foot per second.
le) The character uf the proposed
works ditches and flumes to be enn
strncted over lots 21178 mul 2379 mu)
Timber Licence (170.
(I) The premises nn which the wa
for is In he used (describe same) Lul
Nn. ^177, group niio, Kootenay ills
l rid.
(g) The purposes fur which Ibe
wnicr is in he used for Irrigation nt
said lands.
On If fur Irrigation describe the
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage : the lunds are agricultural
lands containing three hundred and
I wu acres.
i.ii Area ul cruwii land Intended lu
he occupied hy the proposed works,
lint ovor two acres nil Umber licence
Nn.  R70,
ilu This notlco was posted on tbe
28th dny uf October, 1909, and     up
LAND NOTICE
District of East Kootfenuy.
Take notice that 1, Francis Wente,
intend In upply tn the Chiet Commissioner ul Lunds and Works at Vie-
turia, B, C., for permission to purchase the following described lands
iu Knsi Kuotenay : Commencing at
a pnsi planted ut the North Kast
corner ut timber licence No. 911.3 and
mul  running uurtb '20 chains,   theuce
west ::u chains,
tlieuce east   20
commencement,
moro ur less.
Dated Oct.
I hence south 20 cbains
-Iiains to the place uf
containing   40 acres
Francis Wente
'.Mb,   1909, 42 9
LAND NOTICE
District wl Kurit Kouteuuy.
Take notice that I, Cllffurd M
Pen nock, intend tu upply tu the Chief
Commissioner uf Lands and Wurks ut
Victoria, B, 0., fur permission to pur
chase the rulluwiug described luads
in Kust Kootenuy : Commencing ut
a pust pluuted 21) chains west of the
aorth cast corner ut timber licence
No. 9133 und running north 20 chains,
thence west 80 chains, theuce soutli
20 chuius, tbence eust Ni) cbains to
the [dace of commencement, contain
iug 1**0 ueres more ur less.
Cliff,.rd  M    Peuuock.
Dated Oct. 9,  1909. 42-9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
litftrici. of Kuoteuuy.
Take notice tbat Edward  Kreufter,
of Wllmer, B.C., occupation Rancher,
Intend tn apply fur    permission    to
purchase     the     foltnwing  described
lands :  Commencing nt a pnst planted K0 cbains soutb of tbe south east
corner of Lot  7,Mil, Croup one,  (1),
la South     Kast     Koutenay; thence'
west 40 chaias; theuce south 80 chains j
more or less; thence east wt     chains!
more or less to the Kooteuay river;1
tbence north 80 chnins mole ur less,
following tbe shore nf the Knntenayl
river, to point uf commencement and
contnlnlng  320 neres mole nr less.
Kdwurd  Kreulter. j
Per Robert Mather Chile, Agent
Dated October %  i'JU'J. 43 91
•istrict of Kast KouUiuy.
Take uotice that 1, Thomas Cnd-
wulleder, uf Cranbrook, B, 0., occupation Carpenter, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands : CommeMng at u
pust planted un Ihe west bank of tbe
Moyle River, near the S. E. corner of
Cooper's purchase, thenee west 10
chuius, tlieuce south 20 chains, tbence
east tu the west bunk ul the Muyie
Klter, thence following the river up
stream to place of commeucemeut, Ll
ueres inure or less.
Thomas Cadwallader.
Dated   Sflpt,   23rd,   19(19. 42-9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District uf East Kooteuay
Take notice thut 1, Sarah Ana Cad
wulluder, of Cranbrook, B. U.( occu
putimi murried woman, intend lu up
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands : Comment1
ing at a post planted ut the south
east curner of Thomas Ctdwallader's
preemption, tbence west 30 chains,
thence Bouth l.r> cbuins, tbeuce eutfl
30 chains, thence nurth 15 chains tu
place nf commencement.
Sarah Ami Cadwallader,
T. Cudwallader,   Locator,
Dated   Sept.   23rd,   1909. 42-9
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that Robert Mather
Clute of Wllmer, B. C, occupation
Rancher, inteud to apply for permission to purchase the following des
crlbed lauds commencing at a pust
planted at tbe soutb east curner uf
Lot 7,664, Croup one, (1), South
Kast Kootenay ; tbence west 40
cbains; theuce soutb HO chains; thence
east. 40 cbains more or less to the.
Kootenay river; Uience iioitu m0
chaius following the shore ol tlie
Kootenay River to point of commencement and containing 320 ucrei
more or less.
Hubert Mather Clute.
Dated October 9,  l*w. 43 9
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Fort Steele
Assessment District
62^c per acre cash and 62<ic
once each year thereafter
secures to you a BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM
inilicBiiiwIi Columbia Southern; Columbia and
Kootenay and Western Railway Company's Land
Grants. These lands are eminently suited tor the
raising ol
FRUIT,   GRAIN   OR   STOCK
and may be purchased on these EASY TERMS
iiinii
THE
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
who are looking i"i settlers for tln> pari
rimber Lands ol the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are ollered foi sale in blocks ol Irom
040 ncres upward,
GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES
SCENERY UNSURPASSED
Apply to the address as shown mi the attached  coupon
for Maps, Application Forms, Regulations and Literature
J. S. DENNIS,
Drsk 13 Asst, to .Mid Vice President.
Calgary, Alberta,
Please send me all facts pertaining to your lands in B. C.
Poor
Bread?
There s a   remedy—no necessity of  being
content   wild   a   dead, tasteless    loaf,   or
even  ordinarily   ",ood; you   tfiould   havo
beautiful  bread, ami
Anchor Brand
Flour
will   produce die  result! so much  desired
—always and all ways
Good  Bread
Manfd. hy ^J||
Leitch  Brothers Flour  Mills, S£<2
Oak Lake, Manitoba.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
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Phone 56
!THE
QUAUTV STORE I
Gold Standard
Teas and Coffees
♦ PEACE and CONTENTMENT will surely,raign \
X in thc home if you use only $
ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
Makes Uest Bread
I horoliy give notice Hml on Mondny the Hint dny nl November A. I). 1909, at tbe hour nl twelve o'clock
in Uni loronnon, ul. the Provincial Government olllccs, Crnnlirook. I shall otter lor sale ut nubile auction
Uii- mineral rliiiiim In tins Hat uorolnnttor set out, ol which Grown flrantR Iiuve IhsiimI lor tm™ remaluing
unpaid nnil delinquent l>y mild persons on the with dny of June A. II, rur, ami lor costs ami eipensen ol
»uli'.   ii Hu, total amount due is not sooner paid.
1,1ST    AI30VIS    MUNTIONI0I1
ii.-1-i-.t.'
Unpaid, i',„i» if	
lake.
Illi„'l.   Wntcli
III,,, k    Hut,','
Hweein
Doilu
I like
I I 'I'Iu
1II1II0
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lit on. a no
ii""!     ■••'	
s 70 I      i' no
Cranbrook, B. C.
September 29th, A. D- 1909
A. C, NELSON,
Deputy Assessor and Collector,
Fort Steele Assessment District
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Staple and Fancy Grocers
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CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Mim>i ai'itrj I rlilaj ui s |,.u, |
VIsIUiib   I Imi mil's  Onrillnll)    Invited
F    W,    Reves,   w   President
Wm.    AnduiH,,n,    Becretary
Aci'le l'hy-1,'Inn. I'. <>  Hns 8H,
I.ANII NllTII'K
District ol KuhI. Kootenay
Take notice thai I. William .1
Gregory, inteu,! to apply t,» the Chlel
Commissioner of l.uwl* und Works nl
Victoria, li C . lor permission to
puicbuee      the      lollowing   described
lands iu 1-luHi Kootenny Gommenc
log ut  ii posl  plnnted ut  the   north
wesl      nei     ol timber licence No
Hutu und running south nu i'IiuIuh.
ihenee wesl 'in chains, theuce north
M cbnlns, thence east m chains to
tin- place ,,f commencement, eontulu
out li;u acres, more nr less.
Wiiiiniii .1, Gregory
Dated Ocl   sin, 191)9. 41! 9
ANCIENT ORDER/FORESTERS
COUItT ORANBROOK, 8943
Meets in Oarmei'i ll>iM 2nd uad Itli
Tinn tiny of eaob m.ioih ut I p.tn,
sharp,
A   McOowai, ('tiler   K»nger,
(V A. Abbott,  SecieUry.
Viuitnijs tirethrei uib.de welcome. THK I'lliiSI'I'ir'i'iiU,    0IUND.HOOK,     D.   0„   8ATUHDAY, NOVKMHKR i,.  1909
NEW STYLES
Prices:
$4.00
and
$5.00
each.
CRAVENETTG   HATS
},A\r   l, !,'.      '1 lie}   11
Hull,I    l,V    IN,-II    ul„,    |
tliemsrlvt-soiilieii    .
ever) ilcuil "I tl i
'I liel   I ,'.,• i|li.i
I' ■; ',!.,!    r,  Hal        ,   '     1
tl-' '..■ In <*t I' |,lll lli<,11 il
I,-; iruoe ■ '   ' - country,
Hrsi i lUlltiri l rav n-
cue Ii.i- !..i>,- .' ■' im ■■ ■ i
tiitcmi T'^. i.e., ilu- r, >.■ ■. ■
prim/ i/iM, i (..line I |,v ihe
tjni"ii- i niveiii-ti uigg |,i.„ , ■
cniitrulleil slisiiliit, !i : ■ I,
byK. A. Malloryi,."  Inc.
U^-^'W.1
SolJ Iiy
Burns
Bros
mnp c«mflBPOF FJlf
lllll    .MURfi     RANB
OF   FASHION
CRANBROOK
LOCAL   NEWS.
Miss   11.1,1,.,     Il.iiii ..,„.     cortlllod
pupil Toronto Conservatory ,,i txUtitc,
lull ink,- i, Iniui,-,! number ol pinoo
pupils    Dol  HI in   |,In,ui' "l'i.       at,
MiTlt'K.
. *     Take notice tbut I Intend to uni'i,
*■ * lo ih,'     suporinleniieul  "i  provincial I
-?- ^ police, alter    SO ,lnvs, [or n i'i wal
 »..•••• n|  my   ||cence  |M .,.||  ini ,,x ■>., lun-   ll,!
j    McUrldo uml prosperity «i» b« ""■ !!!'" "" «>><> im.-iih^.-. knpwu as    tin
} sl,.nun in lln' i Ing elections
nllK  SHII'MKN'TS
!•',,11,.win:;    ni,'    ti> 'o ablpmonts
(nun mini's in ilu- Cranbrook district
f,u Hie piml  week iiinl year to date
si    IHugene  .',,'.:,      18,998
North Mini   2IT       i."i,;i
Toliil
20,758
'I'n RUNT.
NOTll'U
Waltsbitrg Hotel, Wattsbnrg, li
V   w   KHI.SAI.I
Snow    covered     ii"'    aiirroiinilliv ■
mountain tops during the pnst week
I. Harry Uradturd, ol Wjclide   H (J
C   M   I'cnnook    uud A   Lund    "i  .u<,.,,,i   i,,  BpUij h, tin Huperlutenil
Wnrdner wns in town rtnturdas  Insl   ,„, ,,, provincial I'olice loi ., trnna
lei ol in* I'i'luil iniiioi licence in liar
Mrs   r   ii   lloners ,,i Creston   win  lv mwania    ,,„ ,i„ ,. t... ■ ■ a -.... known
visum,' .ii  i i.ml,is,,,I, Tneadus „,,| ,„.„.,.,|„.,|     ,,, llu. ftyi-IHTv lintel,
H'ycllilo,  H   C
Jewoll nnd  !■ I'earsi  Wyclllle Hotel,  IVyclille   li   i'
.i.iiliav were m Ui
,n Tueadny
8   lui uu I'll   l',,I In;',',   OlOSO   In      Un'
nf"   ii in",I.   Hlectrlc lluht, water and
' '    Vpplj
LOUIS   llll.TUN,
N > l ... I Vim II,,ino Ave
I'll VNIIIIlUiK  I.ANII DISTRICT
llislilrl  nl I.,,,,leu,,.
TAKM  1- Ihnl   I. tlllvoi   Ulhol :
lierl  Ilm Iti,     ill Uranlirook, oceupu
n,,ii cbemisi,     Intenil     to upply nu
II   I,,   |,llli 'llll ..'   llll'   ioiloWltlK I
4   Kruptei ,,i Trlwood .m. In towi
Tuesilay
.1    \i    \ mev,  ..i  Klku ».'
Ill    Mi.ii.I.,.
lln
s:  fun ,■ ... « mil
I...I   in  i'i.ml, I,
.11    .1     McClllll,
lie i Ity  Wi-.lii I.i
pent S 11)
i , 'ultfni i   wns ii
iPBWj
ii   «   [inugl,   .in.l H   K   Hern  ,
Toronto     wore     In tho cits   Humln
in   .m.i     Mi .   li   Brockinrltl >    ■■
IVarilnoi    wore Craul i  vlsll
Honda)
u   T   III, in,ul,.. ii     .uni   \   B   Kin
.,,. i, Jrovc ovei     Irom     k'orl   rtteel
...   . M. Ililus
v i,.nu,.ii inoul Ills - - ibl) : s'
kirk Preceptors was held in Un1 Mm
ituic Temple oil Mondns I'Veiiinu
I'll, ,'n, lii.n.i will Rive .i concert
ii in, auditorium on neceiuhei 711,
Keep ■ :i       l .
Mi    .in.:   Mi-    I'.    II    H    ■
....     \      ' ".    I   :.,.■' ■       '     '       ;
11   :: '    ■
i     1    \- •  :■• foumlo uud W
McCJ     - Nei    s       -■  ■
■-:.    ,'-.. ,1   -.-.,'..,>
linn t ■■■■ • ,- ':':- miel Mcllndi
ami Hon Mi Bowsci wll spenk ii
the .. idii     mu tonmht
r    4   Mtickas    il   T   McQregoi    J
pg    :■■   p„|;,..   .,„,! i,   i;, Collins ,,l M...
ir were In town Tuesday.
K   w    H....'- Wardner win
nuns.i,uii-     business    .,t Crantirool
Tuesday
hUNUHUUK LAND lUcsTKlL'T
Iiistlli-k al Ku.ilrua,
II Mini   IIKADKUIIU   descrllied   lands      l.'oiniiiouclnu  nl   n
posl   I'l.ml,',I   llll  < Iniui..      Ill  .mil   111
, Iiiiiii. nii.i    ni tin'   Hoiitliweal  i Mini'i
nl   lull      \,'   .'I.s.    III.'    weal       in
,Illllll..        Ill,UU'    m,llh   fill   i Illllll..     Ill
Si   Mui \ 'a imi more ,,i     is, i In is u
,I,,iiu siieum ii,   polnl   ,i,.' ii..   ii .,i
I'l. I   ,,mullein ellicttl.   1 n 'III e I -I llll
in place ui  Common n
I,I.i,     KM.. II,.il    Ilm hoi,    I,„'nil,I
Hated August Will   i ilia '
TAKK  it Hi.ii    ui,  .i.n . nil,i
iluts, I lloberl Mucdoiiulil ..i Wyclllle
occuputlou bookkeeper, tuleud tosp
uly I,,i  permfHsii d tn     pun has, i in-
(olluWIUg   ,lrs,l lis il   lauds
Commencing   nl a po i  planted at
ihe Sotttbwesl    .  i inn    .'i     I "i  No
..'in;., thenc, i -i   ,->   lort, chuius,
thane, ii.-i i. thirty -ftve . balus,
thence south .,4u   lorty chains   tbIDci
-.i-i ,.;... itiitti live . li mi i i>. .mi
.i ,,.,.ini.iiiemenl      .  nlalnini   tn .ii
lilllllll    ,14 i.     In.Iiiiiii    nil.I     I..11.
.nil,  a si ■   I'r.i'Kiiu-'i m ni it'll u:
Uotice is berebj |tvea that IU
Inn. mi.'i itata I Intend I., apply Iii
Hi. Honourable Cluei Coiuiulsslutiei
,.i limn. .m.i Works i.-i a license to
prospect on coul uud petroleum uu
the lollowing described luu,Is, situute
l;,,i,-ii Macdonald l.ocstoi lln Pint limit, lllock 161)3, dlslrlcl ..I
in-,,   n    i'.ni,I,,ii    » mi    ..i.i   Kooieuuy,     iirovluco ,,i   liiili.u
«lr.i    Sr|,l     I     I'Hi'i t;    I',,liniilii.i   ,        run -| K       „ 1    „   |„,.|
Hunted  in..     uuii".     a,.iuli ami mi. '
I'll! MUM.  In   UN II  HIS I'll!,'1' I,,,!,. ,.„.,!   ,1   il,,. , I„.,,.,i  , i,,i,r   jm.t
III   Inl    h III '..   llli'lliT   s,inlli   40   cllulllri ,
i hence p . i   SU chuius,  tlieuce    north
[an , km.     theuce weal   so chuins    In
I'm I nl   uf   l-ii,   I   K,.,ili-u.i>
Precision
RELiABiLiTY
hsr\t ecou/rea* the highest rrputai/on th/iu/gAwt the ,■?■',/ i<ets of the worto
on account of their earefut manufacture &nd tested auatifies.
I'rty numerous awards-at UtttltiVStit Bthtb/riOftS hare venftemed
theft si/pmor lovelience, amo y these aimnds'. //tight dc specialty
menhoneo        5 GRANDS  PRIX
ANVERS 1885 - FAKIS 1889 - BRUSSELS 1801 - PARIS 1900
r   Milan I90&   ■	
RAWORTH  BROS.
dn
ivemment   4eeni
ei ..i Kernie waa .
,„, olllcinl buslne
s    T    All
11 K Clark ,,i Vancouver, 11 T
Campbell "i Moyle mul C li Mc.Nnlil.
ni Waldo were registered nt tbe Crnn
 k Tuesday.
In   ll   w.iti,   George (ionry mi,;
w   VnnArrdalen ol  e'ort  Steelo were
hero Tuesday attending iln- lul.
oral convention,
n McKennle hi Nelson, C. noherer
,,( Winnipeg, nnd .1. .1. Thompson ,.
Vnneouver were at iln- Crnnbrook un
Tuesday.
IU-. Iiuiiglus Corson ol Pernio mi.
ui ilu' riiy Mondny. und incidentally
attended a meeting of tin- Kniuiu
Templars in Hie evening.
; i . W. Iiruin, H. K. Mi'Li'iiii. A. II.
Wyncss, F. .1. McCrohnn nml ['. K.
Iliii-risiin nf Vancouver wero iiin-it.i nr
tin- Crnnbrook Bnturday last.
I lluriy Drew, proprietor of th,
North Star Hotel nt Klmnerley,
Bpent several dns*s nt Crnnbrook Ihh
wcok,
w   Crulckshnnk mul A.  I'. Mellon |
Tuke in.tu-,' ill .1  iln- Crothers l.un
'iSl     I ',llllllllll., ,    I.llllll,',I,    ,,1    I'l .III''I,'  ,k
,; i occupation .i lutnbei i-omp my
Menus i,. n|i|.li i.n permission to
purchase tin- lollowing described
'ami" Commencing .ii u post pluiil
■I, .ii ilu' N,.iiiin. -i cornet ol 'I' l.lr
■nsc is ""'I. thence Uc>i in chains .
ihenee South -'.. Chains, llienee Uust
in , ii.uii". thence North 35 rhntns to
: in- point ,,i coniniencemenl
Crothers   l.umbei   i'„ . Ltd
IVi- .1. K   llridges.
nated October   31,  1909 4:1 n
WANTED
1.IV1-: Kiu'KV MOUNTAIN llllATS.
1 want inn- mull' mul iniii- female
limits., nil adult mo kidsi. Frovln
i-inl permits in export these uuluinls
lum' been Issued, Write me WHEN
im; Iuia'o something i-uuulii ready In
ship, Imi don't mill' till then. I "ill
|ml    $11111   Inl    till'   mull'   llll.l   ?IJ.'i   I'lll'll
ini iln- lemnles, crated, I. " b.. nny
express   otllc i the C   P.  It. All
I iniisi be healthy nml unhurt  with in-
I nu-t horns    Will     buy Irom His lirsi
iiinii who nets them.
HU   I'l-'.ril. FRENCH, Zoologist
4.-, i Washlugtou, n. C.
plnci
1.40
>,l
ul, eotitulhliig
Locator, hldwnrd 0,  Mu
Agent, n   i   r„ie
Witness, C, M   r,,»wu.
lui nit  Jul. 24111,  mill 2.;
UNDERTAKING
Culls I'rnmptl)' Attended
DAY IMIDM.'.   No, n
Mill IT IMIONIS  Nn. 1','lfl
R. H. DWYER.
I''iliiri':il     Dii-cilnr    ,'iinl    1'dli
bllliuoi",   ill I'liui'iri'
T-R-0-Q-R-L-A-T-P-l-r
Cttn You Guess What This Means?
A Souvenir at Our Store lor Everyone Thai Can
COOD FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
«■
mm
Bench Tools
l.iaik over your work-lictnh—see if
your tools ate all in (good conditionsDoejl
your saw cut an fii'-i and as easily as you could
wUhl    Is your luiiiinei true and well-balaiued
und is ilu- iKimlle sei'uie?
lu replacing or buying new tools insure yourself
against suali tool misfortunes by getting
KMKUfTtH
Tools and Cutlery
They Iiuve edges that last; adjustments permanent,
hang and balance exact | last a lifetime withordlnary care.
All keen hauler Toole and Cutlery fully guaranteed.
We Mil then.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE Cranbrook, B. C.
•>-
Foley's
Superba
Chootates
'The Chocolates with
W.   ClllicRslluIlk  niul   A.   i'.   mciion I
nld were nt Crnnbrook Sntnrdny Inst.       the   Whipped   Cream
I attending tho     Conservative craven j      Centres."
lion ,,n Sntnrdny evening.
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Mi. nnd Mrs. T. T. McVlttle undi
Miss M. Galbraith ul Port Steele,
were Crnnbrook visitors Saturday
last,
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
, Id ,nil\   l.\
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439-441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B C.
WRITE   I'IU.'   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE,
Branch Sime   411 J>-
ephine Str*-si, NVI ion, H 1
i„nii.   Welch,   Selli
Ajeul   1   - ibre ..   B 1
H     II
STANTON,
Manager   for   all
-. tstern    B.C.   Business,
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J I',,Ili-u uf Toronto, A. Suthorlnnd of
♦ Nelson, (1. M. Dcllirldge of Winnipeg,
4>   I ll. ('. Illnck of Vancouver, und A. A.
♦ 1 iiiliillii>ll  nf Winnipeg,  were guests nl
♦ tin- Crnnbrook Mondny.
FOR SALE, l-'ivi- lloomod House:
un Baker lllll. io good condition,
plastered, wnter, Inld nu. Wnoi1slie.li
etc . For particulars apply t" 0.
Lloyd,    Royal Hotel. '
l',i,ll        -u|i,'ii,i-      nisi
I'nii.'i.linn  nui'   i'l ulsles  are
mn ul- Im ili.'i- it'll, l^lii'itMl.
U'liil,|,-.!   I'lTini,   Centre, "
I, ,i|,l       iinn'l      describe
ll.illl      V Iil-I   '-I-',- 'Usui In-
Ml   I ulev ■   Ch, lulu-   lilem-
■ti- i.iilti -  iul .0- good lor yuu
4-li iu1 I'uli-V m-'i-i-,-, - I'.'.
-,„.li    -   N-"'
Fole Bros. Larson & Co.
Cllnionl,, .l-.NI'ril Vanliiu,.-
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I George   K.
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I All.   KINDS   Ol    III II,DIM,   MMIKIVI, ♦
X CONSTANTLY   ON    HAND. X
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Your money
back if
Purity
Flour
does not prove entirely
satisfactory in the baking.
DnS'T tlniply Inn flour from the dollar nnd cent side of it.   BnyMgli-
qiialilj ii,.iii.   Tli.,1 ins.-i-i,, li'ItlTY I'l.tll'R.   The flrslllllleextra
mil  uuiii ii, ,11 1,1 ,,ls u]i 1,1 tlie extra nimiber of loavesof bread lltnnlies-
-.:,.• sii|.,ii.„i!i-1,1 iln- I111.nl uml |...,liy in sweetness of flnvor nml 1 r-
1 i, hi. qufllilii      Iliiyiiig l'tiiiiy l-'iuur is a sflfc itiu-lineiit.   Vou get huge
1.   1,1, , m.i ..nh nn hit, t ot I'm ill's ability toprnilueeniore, but bei-ausi'
I'linti-1-1.nt:um, His j; 1 sulci iniliiiiu ut end tlie vim nt u hIioiir hard wlienl
ii    i- 1 made from I'm iiy I lourgives Hu- cuiiinnuer beiillli, snu|i nml
;.,..., «lii, li cannot be gained from ilu- use of Ibe weaker aofl wheat flour.
"MORE BREAD AND BF.TTKR BREAD"
PURIty FLOUR
v.
buy ns lilli.
n<..i. j idcutloti bag
., 1.1 II. 24, lu, and 1)8
I nil sa, kl,    Aln in
.mil.nml lull barrels
Purity may cosl 1 lulls
more than some Hunts
I.ut you'll tin,I Its 11
Illllll   11,11 111   Ilii-   illllll
eiiee, To In- genuine,
Illllll li.-;ii tbe I'm Ity
Iraile 111.11k.
WESTERN CANADA 1-1.01'K MILLS Cn., LIUITHl)
Office, Winnipeg, Man Mill. »i Sl. Boniface, Coderlcli, Brandnu
D.J.JOHNSON
'AK'I'I'.N T1JR   .WD
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLlCITItt).
HOUSES
l*'or   Siili* or Heat «t. Reasooalile
l'dL-es.
Oflicc& Workshop—Lewis St.
Vlioiit- Nn. W.
PATMORE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers       .     .       .
OUH AIM I. 1,1 (tlvo ilu- ,-iiiiilui-i s,-,-li,'i- ilm i'iill,-i s.iiisu
nt' I'tiinlni'i uiili ilm k-nsl -nisi'ul n|.|iiu uiiis 'thn most satis-
ryiiiu I'i'siilis 111 il,,. Icnsl nxur-tiM! of fuel und of labor, with
i'l'potioiii from i-,-|,iiii-s, mul 11 iliirtibllit.v oqtiul tn the 1 If.- of the
Iniiiilinns    in    uiil,'li    Hi,-    lii-niiiin  syateuie  un-   luslnllod.
nui- Sy-ti'iiis nl lli-niiiiu nn'i'1 thofio rci|Uli'oinoi)t.H u-.m-ilv.
Thoy hit lltevnitilont, silent, reliable sorvntit uf tin- liousn ownor
un uiljiilu'l ivhii'li linos lliiiri  for II I >- iili.l I ll hill liii-ssof
I life-Ill an mn .uiln-I- mntoi'liil fonturo ni'duoni'iilion ul I n
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1  STEWART'S  j
♦ The Leading Fruit Store.
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*■ r'llKSI'.I'V.Nn PKAf.'HKS.
•• I'I.I .MS. I'KAUS. CHAM*
^ AI'I'I.KS. TOKAV (ll'AI'RH,
f VIKI.U.VH,      'I'n.M VTi'KS,
* CUCUMItRHH,
■;     IIAZIll.UinilMi KCIIK.UI,
I STKWAIlT's KINK
•' Clliil'lH.A'I'KS '
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I   HUGH STEWART   I
(i,    .inn.uuiii: Ave. I'liOne .:.    .»
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I'ltANniuiom  city  scnooi. Drs-
THICT.
Public notice is hereby given to the
ulectora o( the Cranbrook City School
District, that I require tin* presence
nf (lie said electors ut the Council
Chnnthors, Baker Street, Crnnbrook,
I). ('., mi tin1 15th iluy nf November,
l'jn'J, at Vi o'clock noon, (I o'clock
local time) fm- tho purpose ol ©lectins
persons to roproscnt them on tbe
llniinl nf Trustees for the Crnnbrook
City School District tn nil the vacancies crontotl by tho resignations of
James Albert Harvey mul Goorgc
Thomson Rogers,
Thf motlo nf nomination nf cnnilt*
htttOS Khali be us follows :
The candldatos shall bo nominated
la writing, the writing slmll tie sub-
scribed by two voters of the municipality us proposer mitl second or, mid
shall be delivered in tlie Ketiiiniui'.
Ollieer at any time between tbe dnte
nf the notlco mid 2 p.m., ['A p.m. lit
en I time,) nf the day nf nomination,
nnd in the event nf a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on
the 18th day of November, 1909, between the hours nf nine o'clock In the
forenoon, (10 o'clock local time,J and
7 o'clock in the afternoon, (8 o'clock
local time) nr the Council Chambers,
linker Street,, Cranbrook, It. a, nt
which every person is hereby required
to tuke notice and govern themselves
accordingly.
The qualifications by law required
In be possessed by Ibe candidates fur
the olllce of School Trustee are as
follows :    .
1 "In every Municipal School Distriel
any person being a householder in
I Ibe school district, and being a llll*
! tlsll subject   of the full age uf twenty
one years, mid olhorwlse qualified by
|lliis Act  to vole nt     nn election    nf
Hch,,nl Trustees     it)  Ihe School  Dlh*
trie! ol tho City of Cranlirook, shall
| be eligible tn be elected or to serve
jas a School Trustee in such Mllnicl
I pal District." 1905, 014, s:t^. I9nii( c
39, S2fi.
Nu      poiHoll      bidding   the  ■ .Iti d
Iteaeher      Wltllill    the   School   District
and im clergyman of any donomlnn
tinn shull I Uglhlo for the offlco   ol
School Trustee."  1900, 035,  B10G,
(liven under my hand at Crnnbrook,
It, 0„ this fifth day nf November,
1909.
Titos, M, Roberts,
Returning Otflcer.
NATURES FE-RTILIZERi
To i<cl tlio best results Irom
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground,
 XXX	
Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    lilood and Hone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
I
Phone 10
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H.   (J.   Hull  2.
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Our sinnlii'il  nls hit iiUvitys Ircsli slonk.     \\'i>
iifo sui'o lliiii if ynu ir.v iln'iii unen yo,; will ttgrpo
wiih us tliul lliny in,- iln- Im.sl lltivnroil lllul nn.-.l
wIiiiIi'muiii' sinnlii'il  niiiiilR vim  li.ivi' ovor 1'iiii'n.
P.Woods &Coa
;; PHONE 57 P.O. BOX IS4 |
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PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE-FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
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The Cranbrook ilKttncy Co.
I.T.AI   ESTATE, INSURANCE   fMI'LOYMKNI
PHONE 'JHI1 P   O   110X  ID
Cranbrook, - - B. C,

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