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Array Llorcrj o! L«|. AM.
Vol. 15.
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CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   SBPTBMBBR   11,   190i>.
No. 87
PEARY FINDS
NORTH POLE
Top of World Reached the Second
Time Within Year.
APRIL 6th,  1909, IS THE  DATE
Brief Messages Tell of the Wonderful Achievement
—Success Finally Crowns Efforts of
Noted Artie Explorer.
New York,   Sept.    6.—Commander i
Robert B. Penrv   lias     reached   the
north poie.     IL has been doubly discovered.        Prom the bleak coast of
Labrador  Commander     Peary today I
flushed the news that he had attain '
ed his goal in the far north, while ut
the    Hume   moment in   Denmark Dr.
Frederick A. Cook    wns being dined
and lionised by royalty lor the same
achievement.
Yankee grit has conquered the
frozen north and there has been
created a coincidence such ns the
world will never see again. Two
Americans have planted the flag of
their country in the land of ice which
man has nought to penetrate fur
four centuries; und each ignorant of
the other's conquest has sent within
a period of five days a laconic message of success.
Here are the various messages received today announcing Peary's
victory:
"INDIAN HARBOR, via Cape Ray,,
Sept. 7.—The Associated Press, New
York: Stars and Stripes nailed to
north pole."   -Peary.
"INDIAN HARBOR, via Cape Ray,
N. P., Sept. C.-Herbcrt 1.. Btidgman
Brooklyn, N. Y.: Pole reached.
Roosevelt safe. —"Peary."
"INDIAN HARROR, via Capo Ray,
N. P., Sept. 6.—To the New York
Times, New York: I have the pole,
April 6. Expect arrive Chateau
Bay September 7. Secure control
wire for me there and arrange expedite transmission   story—fPearjy
Cook in his first message"tir bis
countrymen was briel and non-committal. Peary wns even brieler, but
specific. "Stars and Stripes nailed
to pole," he said.
Five days ago oa September 1,
Dr. Cook sent out from Shetland islands the first message of his success, a message that has aroused a
storm of controversy around the
world. Today Robert E. Peary,
lost from view in the land ot ice and
unheard from since August, 19(18,
startled the world by a similar message, sent from Indian Harbor. Labrador. There Is no qualification; it
left no doubt.
With but a word from Penry, the
world waits for details, hut none
will be available until he arrives at
Chateau Bay, Labrador.
Both the old and the new world
were apprised ol Peary's great
achievement practically at the same
moment and the excitement which
followed nttests to the high pitch of
Interest aroused over this climax of
man's perseverance.
In reaching the north pole Commander Penry has achieved the ambition of n lifetime. As a boy his
day dreams were ol unexplored Innd
far to the northward and such printed mntter concerning the polar regions as fell into his hands was rend
with Intense interest.
Throughout his college career ut
Bowdoln and In the years following
he made n close study of nrtlc exploration, the peculiar fascination
which the subject held lor him deepening ns he matured. As a means
of livelihood he adopted the prolos-
slon of a civil engineer, entering the
United States nttvy in that capacity
October 20, 1801. Thrco years later
ho was appointed an assistant engi
neer on the board thut surveyed the
route of the Nlcnragtiun ship canal.
In 18811 he obtained a leave of alt
sence to visit (Ircenlantl. In July
of tho same yoar ho began what
proved to he the llrlst of seven ex
peditlona to tlie north, all attended
with hardship ami some of them with
actual suffering and want, hut be
persevered in his work with a tenacity of purpose that challenged the
admiration of the world.
SCIENTIFIC USEFULNESS.
Beyond the daring ot his exploits,
Peary's accomplishments have had a
scientific and geographical usefulness
thnt has been generally recognized,
and he has won the medals of the
American Geographical socloty, the
Royal Geographical Society of London and the Scottish Geographical
society.
In the navy lie won tlie title of
"Commander" and the government
has recognized the value ol his explorations by grunting him repented
leaves of absence.
Tn 1888, two years nftcr the return
Irom Ills first visit to Greenland, he
married Miss Josephine Diehitscli,
who from the day of their union, lins
given his ambitions hor unselllslt
sympathy and co-operation. Mrs.
Peary has upon different ocensions
accompanied her husband for a considerable distance northward, nnd
upon one ol these trips a daughter
was horn to them. This child, who
always has been culled hy her lather
"The Snow Maiden," held for u time
a fame rivaling thnt of the commander, as the only white child known
to have been bom within the nrtlc
circle.
In 1902, after Penry had linen
ntiHcni four yonrs and hope of hla
survival had been abandoned hy
ninny nt leant, Mra. Peary accompanied a relief expedition which met
and brought him home.
CONTINUED    HIS WORK
The absence of his family had
borne heavily upon the explorer, and
on his return to New York he declared that the trip Just concluded
to the nrtic sens was undoubtedly
his last.
However, his work was continued.
Moru funds were forthcoming when
needed and his Inst and successful expedition wns better equipped than
those that preceded it.
Some of Peary's friends believe he
will soon pine for new world's to conquer and that a south pole expedition may be anticipated. In fact,
it waa announced more than a year
ago that Peary had planned a national American expedition for the
exploration of tbe south polar regions. Mrs, Peary and her children
nre in Maine.
In the interval between expeditions
Commander Peary has lectured frequently and has written several
books.
FIREMAN'S CONVENTION
Held an Interesting and Instructive Meeting at Kevelstoke.
Seldom has there boon gathered together a more Intelligent,oar nest and
brondmtnded body of men than those
who met at the Firemen's Oonven-
lon in the city this week. The addresses, the suggestions, the papers
read, put to shame the usual run of
politicians and public men. It is u
pleasant reliei and tends to elevate
mankind, to see a body of men as
sembled togethor who can throw be
bind them the grovelling commercialism of the age and aspire as these
visitors did to higher and nnblier
aims of life with which their calling
is associated, Not Hilly the saving
of the lives and property of others,
but the preservation of tlie most
valued national assets formed the
theme of their bost thought and advocacy, nnd no more statesmanlike
suggestions ever emanated from men
dovotlng their attention to public
affairs than were heard from the lips
and tho pens of the tire chiefs, Their
resolutions and work should have the
earnest consideration of the Dominion and Provincial governments as
well as all members of Parliament
both at Ottawa and Victoria, and
the addition to the statute hooks of
many of their suggestions would
make for the preservation of human
life nnd property as well as the preservation of some of the best of our
national resources, The forests and
tho sconic beauties of nature have already Buffered too much damage by
lire,    rtevolstoke Mail.
WAR OFFICE AEROPLANE
WILL EXPLORE
FLATHEAD
—. o	
Vancouver Syndicate Will
Bore For Oil There.
THEY OWN 26 CLAIMS
The Oil  in  Some  Places
Virtually Boils Out of
the Earth.
COUNCIL
MEETING
i,v';; GIVE $200 TO CRANBROOK FAIR
A TROTTING MARVEL
A   Mile   Trotted   in   8:0tt-A
World's Record.
At Cleveand on the 25th, the great
est trotter of the world appeared,
and two world's records'were broken
A Kentucky mare, Hamburg Belle,
defeated -Uhlan, a New England geld-
ing'f j^vtJtfOyStraight heats, in the
greatest Trotting mutch that has
ever been witnessed,
Hamburg Belle cut a second and a
half from her own best previous mark
of 2.02J. This was followed with a
second record smashing exhibition,
when she went the second beat in
2.01$, thus establishing an average
of 2.01i for two heats.
Uhlan was defeated by only a fraction of a second In the first beat. In
the second he led to the half-mile
post when he broke.
First Heat—Hamburg Belle. Time
31,   1.01,   1.31,   2.01J.
Second beat—Hamburg Belle. Time
30J.   Ml,   1-30,   2.01}.
The owners of this trotting wonder,
Messrs. Edward and Joseph Madden,
sold her for $50,000 immediately after this race.
Hamburg Belle's average wns 2.'.
-the best former record was held by
Sweet Marie, with an average of
2.04 2-5.
Oapt. P, S. Cody Makes Sttooisaful
Flight at Aldorshot
Aldershot, lCng., Sept. 8. During
a dead calm at an early hour this
morning Oupt. F. S. Cody, the
American aeroplanlst who has been
in the service of the British army for
a number of years, achieved what is
believed to be a world's record for a
cross country flight in an aeroplane.
In tbe big and cumbersome machine
which is bis own invention, Capt.
Cody today remained in tho air for
one hour and three minutes, covering
a distance of over 40 miles. His
machine was under perfect control
and at times rose to an altitude of
■ton feet. It travelled occasionally
at the rate of 50 miles an hour.
Oody had to land because his fuel
gave out. As he was, descending the
machine struck the ground -rather
forcibly, but it was only slightly
damaged,
MASS MEETING
Will be Hild Next Eriday EvonUg'
at the Baptist Churoh.
A mass meeting of the citizens of
Crnnbrook and district will be held
on Friday noxt, the. 17th. of September, In the Baptist Church when Mr.
T. Albert Moore, Held secretary of
the Dominion Lord's Day Alliance
will deliver his popular and stirring
address. Othor prominent citizens
will occupy the platform. A good
program, including a number of selections of vocal music, etc., Is being
arranged.
Thia meeting will be of peculiar In-
torost to nit lovers of the right of
tbe people to one In seven as a regit-
lar rest-day both for rich and poor.
In the last two years laws Introduced nml hacked up by this Alliance,
have won a seventh dny rest for over
70,000 Canadian people who would
have had to continue in the seven
work-days a week plan, There will
ho an offering on Friday evening in
tlie interests of this good work.
Everybody Is Invited to be present.
Haywood Talks at Eernie
The Labor Day celebration at Fernie drew out a lurge crowd, and
everything passed ofl in good order,
the program of sports and parade of
floats representing the various unions
being the main features.
William I>. Haywood, former secretary of the Western Federation of
Miners delivered the principal ad-.
dress, which was well received. The
weather was perfect and no disorder
was observed either in the park,
grounds, or in the town.
Oi'villo Wright in Germany
Berlin, Sept. 8. -Orvlllo Wright
made two successful flights over the
Templehof parade grounds on the
out-skirts of Berlin today, doing
aloft alone he did 24 miles iu 0 minutes. On his second flight he carried
Capt. Von HUdebrand as a paused
ger and MOW for 17 minutes. A distinguished company witnessed Mr.
Wright's flight and it is estimated
that fully 200,000 people were on the
parade ground.
FIRE flf
SASKATOON
Whole Blocks Fall Before
Savage Flames.
ORIGIN IS UNKNOWN
Damage  Estimated $30,
000—No Loss of Life
Reported.
Saskatoon, Sept. 8.—The Bower-
man building at the corner of First,
avenue and 21st street, containing
l he Saskatoon Drug & Stationery j
company's store, was completely destroyed by lire today. The building
next to It occupied by the I*. Wool-
house jewelry store, the George Wool
house stationery store, Mighton,
Bell & Turner, real estate and the
Dominion Express company, was gut
ted by tbe (lames and partially destroyed. The Dominion Express Co,
got everything out in time.
A building on First avenue occupied by L. A. Chance, architect; De-
row, tailor; Fred Wells., barber shop;
and tbc Donald printing company,
was destroyed and are all a total
loss. The lire Is supposed to have
stinted in Dcrow's tailor shop but
the origin Is as yet unknown.
A strong wind wns blowing at the
time but luckily In a northerly di
roc tlon. But for that the whole
block on First avenue would have
been destroyed.
The lire department was on the
scene within two minutes after the
alarm was turned iu and in a short,
time had six streams of water playing on the building. The strong
wind made It rather difficult to eon
trol the lire as all the buildings were
old wooden affairs. Tin- lire is now
under control. Most of the build ,
ings and contents were insured. The;
total loss Is about $.10,000,
Drilling operations for oil in the
well known petroleum belt in the
Flathead valley ol Southeastern Bri
tlsh Columbia, just north of the In
ternational boundary line are to hoj
undertaken hy a strong syndicato
headed hy Sir Charles llih-hert Tup
per. Major It. G Edward Leckle, a
well known mining engineer of Sudbury, Ont., nnd Mr. Ouy Klrkpatrick,
a mining engineer now resident, in
British Fast Africa, says the Vancouver Province, Preliminary nr
rungements are now being made by
Major I.eckie, who arrived from the
east a few days ago and who is now
at the Hotel Vancouver.
The syndicate owns twenty-six
square miles of land in a region
where boring operations promise to
prove successful. It is a virgin
country as far as development is Co
country as far as development is concerned. The area was located by
Major Leckle and bis brother, now
In Cobalt, in 1901. The surface Indications are described as simply
wonderful, consisting of seepages of
crude petroleum of the characteristic
lemon color associated with the crude
oil In the Pennsylvania oil belt. At I
various places the seepage is quite
extensive, The oil in some places
virtually Hows ou! of the earth. The;
syndicate will send in an engineer at
once to survey thi) trad, secure samples and submit a comprehensive
plan of development,
Major Leckle stated today that the
geological conditions arc extremely.
favorable, the flow of oil taking place
near the apex of nn anticlinal. In
view of this ciiv '^stance the prospects of striking oil. are regarded as
very favorable. Tbe region is west |
of the main range of the Rockies and ,
has no relation to the foothill conn-;
try on the eastern slope where var-;
ions companies have been sinking
drill holes. After a brief visit to:
the enst Major Leckle,-will return to
Vancouver and proceed up the coast.
to examine various mining propositions. His father G. G. Leckle, also
a well known mining engineer, is now
in the city.
AN INVITATION
To Our Customers and Friends is
Extended.
WE take pleasure in extending you
a cordial invitation to meet us at
our exhibit at the Cranbrook Fall
Fair, September 14 and 16, The
members of our firm hope to meet
personally as many as possible, and
we trust you will make our exhibit
your headquarters. Our several
representatives will be at your service.
Faithfully yours,
McOALLUM   St   Co.
"The Hardware Men."
Oranbrook, B. 0,
E. H. HAHRIMAN IS DEAD
Was One of the Hall' Dozen Financial Giants of tho Age
New York. Sept. 9.—K, H. Harrl-
tuan died at 3:85 tniiiiy.
Mi-, Harrllilan has been in ill-health ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Im- a long time. He was born at
HempBtcnd, Long Island. Fob. 25,
ims.
Ml.   HniTiniiin's death  has heen  ex- I _, _ -
i^i!r(J^l»dffi^t?«taSStreet Grade  By-Law  No.  66  Read
an attack of acute     tndegestton and —■». _,,
was unable to rally from the critical I  hfCe    I 1111PS  3.110   PaSfifcfl
condition   which then threatened his 1UICC   luuca auu   l ^^U-
life. With him at the time uf bis'
dentb were all the members of his
lamily. Mr, Harrimaa is survived
by a widow,   t wo   sous  and
daughters.
The announcement  H Mr,  Marrimaii's I     „^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^_^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_^_
doath caused an   Immense sensation1
throughout   New    York      particularly
Zn!\"lT:;:\:^n^"^lMany Bills Were Allowed   and   Authorized-Paid-
;ality.      The     stock    exchange     had! o      i     r»     i i       .    l     j j
closed   and tho   throng oi brokers Scale By-Law to be Introduced
were moving homeward as    the first'
word of the   financier's death spread at Next Meeting.
with   lightning  rapidity  among them.
At   first  it   was  received   with  incred  j  ;
ulty as a repetition of sinister re ;
ports in circulation recently but veri-
'"•i,lh;11 l!:,iH;,y..   Vi\  ;,nisn(m( S   liolcl in the council Chnmbc
cry ol     "extra     along     Wall street
carried the news of the financier's
nnd.
13veryw hero the news was received
with evidence of deep feollng and
the common recognition that the career o! one of I be world's greatest
financial powers bad come to a close.
The same ' profound impression was
reflected In business quarters and the
expressions <
K'\inklngS8Up'oll which iSaed'Tii Mr"I""Iff0" '""'missi"" to "'""'"'* thotanothoi cheque In Winnipeg, Jack
Harrlman'a dissolution began shortly "'l "'''•„,., .,„„, , ,„„, . „, ,„ . , J '""' Pr°Pr"*or " Uw hotel In which
after ,„,e o'clock.     The denial of the l"wJJS pSSSt foi the p"upose of repre
aontlng the    Oranbrook Agricultural! ORESTON  BUSH FIRES
A meeting of the City Council was
i Wed- at  the Union hank, Qu'Appello.     He
I nesday evening.     There were present then drove tn town In the buggy and
His Worship Mayor Pink, and Alder il  is    alleged, forged and     ensued a
men Ryan,    Hunt, Henderson,  Bakei cheque for S70     Ho left  the    horse
! and Johnson. and buggy   at a livery    stable, said
i    Records   of last     rogular meeting  g I by to .-, number of friends and
wore read, and   on motion ol  Alder took tho train east      Roper inform-
men Henderson   and  Johnson, adop- t-,1 bis friends that    he wns gains to
tod  as read. Montreal and     it  is believed  that be
llailistei-      VY.   P.   Otll'd,  and     Win. bought   a  ticket for that city hut he
ss quartern ami ni   Hamilton being present,    on motion left the train     at  Winnipeg and was
mputhy and retire    ul    hlo,.inl,n    Huntawl     Henderson, arrested     thorc      Roper also cashed
It   is  believed   that   „ ,„„„  „„„„,i„„i„„  , ,,!,.„..., .,,„I ., ,   ,        .     	
elation
Lilian
of  the
! first of a     series of Fairs to he held
, iii this city
rumor of his death, which was telephoned to    the    newspapers   at one   .,      . ,. „„   ,      ,
fifty live p. in., contained no mention\%»oc,ai1°1' ,   "l,u ,""' As
of his condition at. that time, ami it: V '' "SMng for assistance In
is  believed that     whether in answer i J1.8'  ""■     ,h",   "10 succen
to the telephone enquiry it was feared  "?    '""    would depend   to a large
to send out the report that Mr. Hnr- «*»nt  h Sih™"*?™ "S r  "" ,,
rlman was    dying because thoro wasLMl;    """ll»"-i    ' <">■>«««   "o
still some slight hope that the d„e " nlm"a '"s'a f'. "', al "''!
tors would again revive their patient V88 the Associations first Pair, and
The impenetrable seclusion of Anion l at " 1V"S, '"7"" . '", "'"*", " "
persisted even at. the moment of liar sl m'ss' "',"' '", ''" "T, '} IS?
iraan's death and by no outward ^"f6™8^ lo88k. *>°, ,">,|',a
sign did tho groat estate give ovl-19mft11 srnl,t 'bat this was ,lie
denco     that  tho     masters'   end had
come.     The     firs!   word known out        , ,-       , ,,     ,,    ,.
A   commit meat ion   hi an   Mr.   (Inult,
if the
forts to break  through     the barriers. "V,!i''  i1"1'1";'  at".w£''   fi"*v1"*n'   i
of silence were unavailing and Towe,   ,  ' ',1' ' 'l""'1'.    "(,Mr " ,\      '," ;"'
Hill preserved  its wonted air „f „b- ■   ° ""=,'"': """ "' '      Vi,t"   "?",""
solute calm.     When telegraph     con   °.0f, '.,   ,    -r 'T; ■
noctlon was established with the a,"tm,; «">' S'V""" ,'a I"
Harriman mansion tho response was; "ator con d >e »cc„ el for the city
immediate, confirming the news al ",ml ,"' " '"'"7 unalitv th.- n bo so
ready moved from New York that'""'" "" "■ ''?•"" , "'ro , •'
the jUolor    died at 3:B6 p.m., this g^Xby^ns^.^
r nun yTiMT  mum I llli'P      .   Thl' finance Commute then proscn-
ljURII hlKAl ..MINA UJK1 tod their   report     and  recommended
  I that   accounts    to tho    amount   ,»!
U3.1U nil bo paid.
Team DasliOB Down Steep Hunk at    On motion    „f aldermen Hunt and
' , tlitndel-son  thnt.      the account   of  the
Company he paid.
side th." guarded gates was flashed I * ^^'"ua.raiion iro.n inr. ■
from New York. Immediately ef- th« clt* e,neitVeo0tr in clm^e,
L...D *« Ki.nnb m„, i,     tlia hn/riflro   water supply system,  was read
Henderson  that
: Kink  Mcrcantlh
j Mayor Kink not voting.
on motion nf     aldermen Hunt and
: Henderson the accounts uf tho  Water
.. . .    .       . i Supply Co.,     Telephone and EQlcctrlc
Vetnon on Saturday     last,     Accom- U|?nt Compnny hf, ,mi(!.     Airmen
pnnlcd by Sir Edward     Houston, O.   Ryan ans linker not, voting.
0. Ohlpmnn     and     Mr. Pollard,   he     on motion of aldermen     Hunt, and
Vernon.
liiml  Stratheona   narrowly escaped,
lerioiis    injury  in an     accident  near ■
drove out from Vernon to visit I-ord  Henderson the accounts as presented
.,     ,     ,       i ,    .   i  .    .    P .,   . by the Finance ('nnmutun',  with tho
Aberdeen s celebrated mill  far...   the „,„,,„,„„ „t thoao „„, „t,„.nvls„ ,„,,.
celebrated  Coldstream  ranch.     They    ,d J, ,     °       (||
were drven by V.   II   Mogaw, who is     „ Rested thai  the City in
a prominent merchant  and ex-mayor   ,.  ,,      (,j,    ge„ie
"c " '*"     "n MtfiflP    "W Mar s lt Wfta    moved "by Aldermen Ryan
and Johnson that leave be granted
to Introduce by-law N<> 68 being a
street g ..—^^p^,^—-^^^^—^^^^—.
. , , , .. . on motion of aldermen Ryan and
experienced horseman and OM of thfl Johnron by.!flW Nll, 66 WM ' rm[ a
best whips in the country, but be fl atla'S/Cnmi time.
could do nothing to stop tho animals Th rultnn[ thon VQBoWfil] lnto „
which had  bocqmo frightened  by the nm„>nfl      , th      ,   le t    coMiaor
if the city. On a steep hill near
Long Lake, about three miles from
town, the team became unmanageable and bolted down the road t
wards     the lake.     Mr. Megaw it; .
Outbreaks are Being Fought With
Success.
All night Thursday and this morning n fierce timber tire has been rag*
ing at Canyon City, eight miles from
Creston. Tins tin' is by far the
worst that has visited the Creston
district this year. It is stated that
about forty men arc making * heroic
effort lo prevent the lire from spreading- and the Intent word this morning
Is thnt they are succeeding in tbeir
work. r. u, Rodgers who owns over
eight thousand acres of choice fruit
lands at Canyon City and ho is muk-
Ing a    strong     fight against the firu
iihid.
Efp to the    presenl  time no serious
lamage bus been done in the immediate vicinity of Creston by timber
fires and if tbe tire lighters nt Can-
ynii City are successful in preventing
this present tin' from spreading any
further a great feat will have been
accomplished.
Has Aeroplane
whlfflctre
striking   their legs.
At
ommittoe
by-law No. 66 clause by da
reported
People Thinking
That the afternoon breezes nre
grateful and comforting.
That a little more rain and cloud
and a little less smoke cloud would
freshen up things generally.
That the broad earth guard
against btidlt fires in the neighborhood
is a good idea, even though the tire
season is nit but passed and (ran
has'nt heen touched by this summer's
11 res.
That the I'. S, newspapers reports
of the hush tires driving the people
of t'tanhrook out of the eity indicates n "printer's copy" famine that
Is deplorable.
That  the    new school building   will
bo the pride of our city,
That a roof garden on top of this
spacious building could be made an
attractive and healthgivlug feature
with a Rand concert. Included now
and then.
the foot of the hill there is a sharp [',     MnvnI, in t)l(1 plmi
turn of     the road,  which starts the  ',,„  ,t , li,,
hank  of  the  lake  at   this  place about. ■    ,m, "S1»K      thc  '■"l,,n»t"1
twenty   feet  high.      Seeing be could  P«W™J        rf u R
not. make the tarn, Mr, Megraw pull-  ^  ^^    ^ ,f bfilng ^'^
necessary  to expedite the passage ol
by-law  No.  66,  that leave be granted
to rend said by law a third time.
By-law    No.  66 .was    then      read
d the horses into a wire fence. The
carriage was overturned and all were
thrown to tho ground. Fortunately
all   escaped      without  serious   injury
ISdmonton, Sept, s.—The citizens
today wore startled to see an airship carrying a man hovering over
the town, finally settling near the
In.me ni  Reginald   Hunt Then it
was discovered that Hunt was the
aviator, and ilie machine of his own
design and construction, being tho
fruit nf three years' study.
Hunt was about thirty-rive minutes
emulating the birds, and the aeroplane alighted easily, but he will attempt no nn.re flights until a hotter
motor is installed. The present motor is not trusted by Hunt, hut when
i new one is installed he Is confident
thnt he can carry two passengers
and remain   up until the gasoline is
I exhausted
A NKW DEVICE.
j    Hunt  is a carpenter by trade, nnd
with j declares he has watched all scientific
1 machines, and that what he calls a
warping device to maintain equilibrium is entirely new. Hunt is
making a trip to the coast, and
while there will seek financial assistance, lack of funds being the only
drawback
excep   Mr. Megraw who hart his leg th,£ t,          d „„„„            ,
broken        I,orrt   Stmthcona's    arm ,          M,.m;.„     Hunl    and
wasilmUsed, htrt ho mnilo light of ,»,    ,     8npcrlntlmd(m,  ,„
saying that It    would    bo Ml right u° c       „       ,„. ,.,.;„„, t   k0
next day.    A telephono   message to ,               ,   , „ k    '   wt      tftnd
Sir 'llinraaH
Montreal, Sept. ti. Sir Thomas
Shniig-nnossy, proHhlonl ol Hie C, P,
It., hilt, hy special ti'iiin ul II o'clock
this morning for Toronto en route
for hla annual Inspection ol wostorn
llnoH. lie was acoompantort hy IC.
II. Anttus jui'l will nrohnhly l»> joinort
at Toronto hv W. It Mathows ami
T, li. Oalor, M. P., and will return
from thu woat via the WIhcoiihIii <Vn
trnl branch jil tho Hon line.
Showered
On Tuosrtay Inst a variety shower
was given hy Mrs. (1. II. Powoll and
Mrs, II. A. McKownn, at Mrs, Mr
Kmvans residence in honor "I MIhh
Connolly, who in one of the of Ibe
Soptombor htitlos. Alter n pleasant
hour at the ton tablo, tho roclplont
was sljoworcd with rire, then with ;i
lienilderlng iirruy of gilts Including
liiiiii. chlnn, cut-glass, uud silver
ware, and llually with expressions ,,!
esteem anil regret at hor departure
town In,,light out an atitibmobilo at
onco nnd tlie party were cniivryi-d !,,
their ear. which Immediately left for
Laggan to spend Sunday at Hint
point. Lord Btrnthconn mado light
of tho accirtont ns far ns ho was con
corned, lint oxpresscrt groal concorn
over Mr. Mogrnw's misfortune.
Kootenay Central Survey
Tho Knotriiny Central surveyors
l,i*v.- now arrived at Manson's twolvo
mill's north "I Fort Btoolo, Tho
question ut n siii- lol tin- station at
Port Steele is beginning to cause
some discussion. Thoro arc two
sites possible, tlie rivei     Hut north
slenn, and in good repair
Moved by Aldormon Henderson and
Ryan that the Council donate $200
to the Agricultural Association t>>
assist tin- socloty 111 their fall Pali
Aldorman Hunt gavo notlco thai
at the 11*.jci meeting ,,i tho Council
he would nsli loave t>, Introdtico .-,
by-law to Install .-iiy scales
Moved by aldermon llyan and Urn
dorson thnt tin- Council adjourn
No Decision
San Pranclsco, Sept 9.—Referee
Smith reftiBCd to give n decision
attei .lack Johnson and Al Kaufman
had hatt led ten rounds in the much
heralded contest here tonight
Johnson, however, lind n clear lend
in every round and easily earned the
|unofficial decision >,i the newspaper
men
Fur Robbery
Kdmonton, Bcpl   k    A during thcfl
the flrsl  nl anv   ,< snoss recorded
in th, rili.     ol     from 100,000 lo
ensLJi'TheTow^^iiid^he ivlidll.asV.fls.a a worth ,d    inn., the nropcrty
tint soul  town.    Thc Inner holng   ol Hlslop A Nnglo        stored In n
,,,„ nno    U| tho present principal  warehouse     at Atlabnscn   landing,
business Btroct. Thr Bltuatlon to the tons place during the Inttei  pari
nth occtiplofl at this dale upPuronl
Otter Hunting
Earl Groy
Word has heen received lit I In
11,1 in Seiilinr compnny that the
Ing schooner Thomas P. II,i
which has heen In llorlng son Im
lol sea otter, has been ordered
the hunting grounds hy a r
Stntes revenue cutter. As Im
for sen otter la not prohibited,
lest will be made to Ottawa W
view of having representations
to Washington,
Vic
wil
aril,
ulinc.
from
nitcd
ntlng
pro
It ll  n
made
Limb Like Mnnler
Allow Grouse Shooting
On and nfter Prhlay Hcptcmher llit.h
and until Decemher .11 It will bo lawful to shoot grouse in Knot and West.
Kootenay.
The sectetuy of the Canadian club
is in receipt of n tologram from Vis
count l.nscelles, A. 1) C.,to Marl
(Jroy, stating that his excellency re
grots that bis many engagements
prevents bin viniUng the Nc.lnou 0a-|
nudian club. I
Football Country
London,       Sept. 8,   In a      First
League     game   yesterday Newcastle
United   dofonted   Uolton Wanderers
4 to 0.
Insl week Tlie authorities nre at
lv the favorite position. II Is hoped wort on tho ense nnd Chlel ol Po
Hint Ibe wishes of the people Will le liCO Lancy and detective Ilrookil
reive ilue ciiisldcrntioii but no iloiibt have gone north in n motor car,
the qtiostlon "I cost mul convenience bill so far as Is known tliey have ns
to tho railway company will ho the .vt no trnce ol tho thcivoo The furs
deciding luetiii stolen consists of three pneks ol dil
 -   - ereiit   fins nnd .'If, silver fox skins In
Will Arbitrate " """ll Th"   B1|VI'1 l,,x "kl,1H ||1"""
are cnoh worth from j:inu to JMiu
London,   Sept. k    a formal agroo ..	
incut   between  the      United   Killed,,iii
nml the I'lilled Slnles lor submission ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to arbitration ol quostlons regarding CJu'Appollo,  Sank,     Bopt.    x. -a
ibe llBhcrlos    ol the North Atlantic Harris, who was found Inst week on
ciinsi has been published. |,|„ r,inil    i|nngcrotisly wotinrtod illotl
Article No, ii sots   out seven niies yesterday
lions which arc to bo submitted for ' The preliminary oxamlnntlon "I ll
dcolslon,    all arriving upon ibe con- ,\i. Ropor, who Is ttntlor nrrosl charn
Btructlon ol thc t volition signed In ,.,| w I til   tho Inhume ol llnrrls, will
London,   Ocl , 20, 1818     Three sub i„, hold beie ou Piidnv      li Isolalm I Arrangements have been mado where
bo(| a nrtlclos relate ta tho procod cd that   Ropor, nflci    dragging his
me and     article No, 5 provides Hint victim's   body    hack  Into     the hliill
the arbitration     tribunal     shall bo Wont Into tho house, put ,,n Ins heel
chosen     Irom tho general list ol the clothes, pnekod a valise belonging I"
permanent conn, ut the Hague within Hani,, mul took his omplnyora hank
| three rnonthn. [hook, showing n substantial depoolt
Appeal to King
Toronto, Sept B-Hon W, I. Me
Konzlo King, minister of labor, is
nald t., have been appealed to by the
customs house employees here to in
vestlgat iiinii conditions ,,l labor
which recently     came about  through
changes In the department.
Additional Looals.
A     Cnniey,    provincial  timber In-
ipector came m Irom  Nelson Prlday
Ii Is announced that Moyie and
Crnnbrook base hall teams will play
in Crnnhrook during the Pair week.
Pair skies and ii fast track are indications that promise to make good
luces and fosi lime at the Crnnhrook
track Tuesday next.
The li al      visit  ol lion   Thomas
Tnyloi through the Columbla-Kooto
nay valley will no doubt he productive ol great  public good.
hat Ilr,,wit. ami n lady friend left
on Friday for Band Point. Rumor
bus II that "EM" will Join the nohlo
army ol benedicks, and return to
Crnnbt k to reside
by the local frttll growers ol Creston
will send displays of fruit and vegetables to the Cranbrook exhibition
next week It Is also likely that
contributions of Unit and vegetables
will he rent to the Nelson fair. PROSPEOTOft,   WUNllttOOK,   B    0„  SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, IMS
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: Cranbrook J
!    Livery    \
j       We nsk you to call and try
X our new Consignment of new
X and     Up to-dat«   rigs    tor
^ Winter    and    Smuinei.     -last
$ received Toppir and   Reliable
X Horses   »t    .v"1"    dteponal.
T oive   them   a   trial .»nd be
▼ convinced,
2 i e 47 C brook. B-O.
ESTABLISHED   18*
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER    AM)    EDITOR-
Work     lM   brill
and in
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Mil   PUGSLBY'S PROMISE!
lair grounds, and in a short time it «:• _     .% ▲ ,,
will present a vastly improved    ap. *     Professional     $ X Dr.  £.  VV,   COlinollV n
pearnnce y y 4 * < >
• . . i vwvvwvvvvvvv',ma'wwv y     Physician and Surgeon
Don't shoot grouse tins year, even
if they attempt t<> come into your
bark yards.
Parties   uuntiug botwoen tbe Nurth,
Star mill and Pnttens Lake were kill
ing grouse Sunday     last,   They     are
,,     .     .       . .„.■„  I known and ;i second offence will brine
Mr.   PUgsley   bus    been      pininisini:  (lui|u ,()lfo
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
and   MACDONALD,
Barrister*) ami Solicitors,
ORANBROOK,   B.O.
mice; Armstrong Ave
++*+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+++♦♦» I great    system  of  waterway
  j ing upon the Nelson River
things out west. Among the projects]
which be outlined were th to connect
Winnipeg and Edmonton by canal, using the Saskatchewan river, Luke
Winnipeg and Red River, The system
i would be one thousand or twelve bun
Idred miles long. (8) To establish a
converg*
d st» en-
NEWPORT
11 you want .i delicious
Chocolate try those
Newport* al The Palm.
\\V have just received
,i   l.it"i-   stock   and   are
tin- be
Premier McBride and members ol
thr government last weok Interviewed
Karl Grey. It la understood thai the
object ot tin' Interview waa to pro
test against i in' latondod appoint-
nu'iit ol \V. i' Wolia as lleatonant
govornor to Buccecd lion, .lus. Huns
believed ilmt as a cow
labllng western projects to reach llud   promise Seaatot  McDonnld may     be
Bon Bay and Kuroiie diri'i-tly.   We iv iap|,.,iiitt-.l.   Win    Sloan,   ox-M.P.,   be
gret to report that he has not so lar ing named for vncnnt senatorehlp,
adopted the scheme ot butldiug a can- ....
al Irom Port     Arthur t,, Winnipeg;     Prospects are nood for a busy (all
| there doubth'ss will be time lor hint.and whiter '" the Crnnbrook district.
t,, remedy this omission once it     is Nearly all ol the sawmills are work
Sole Agents for
Cranbrook,
pointed out to him   The Newmarket
j canal is to cost a million f,,r a wn
I terway eight or ten miles long Tho
: Georgian ilay with Its lid miles is
' estimated will rost r hundred mil-
j lion. What will .1 thousand mile can
nl sprawling across the pralri
itif; full time, and thore will be a hie,
demand lor Iors this winter
Ignorance ol the Inu excuseth in,
man bill we wish thai certain sports
in,-a wii" were killing grouse last
Sunday  ::,,t   more     lull)  acquainted
land the radial canal system coaverg   with thc law    H these  iporta     who
lan upon the Nelson Uiver ?   Hut whv   kil! «aiae ,,nt "i -..-.,.,.n wore compell
cunt the out '   Look at the dredg   ed   to     pay a Bne, thej  would think
I Ing eontraets     there would be.     Mi    twice helore shootlug ., single grotiBe
i McAvity could  afford  to move (rom ....
|St. John and establish     himself    at     Whj  this     disctlminatloii    By     .111
some central point  111 the west, were ordej   111 council,  the disabilities with
I contracts could converge upon blm.it respeel  to the shooting ol grouse   ol
»36,ooo or    better per contract     Mi   all     kinds, un  the mainland, except
John T. Moore would surely be     nt   euBt and  west   Kootenn)    is removed
j traded west. Courtenay Bay wll take 'rom the 15th da) of Octobei t,, the
a back seat aa a place l0r dredging, 31s1   nl   Decembei     This meaas   thai
i when the noble Saskatchewan lus to  the shooting ,,1   grouse in the Kool
: be   canalised.   Mention of  Courtenay enoya ;i  the middle ol October to
! liny, however, stirs unpleasant iiu-m   the end     ol    Decembei   Is prohibited
lories.   Were   not     promises   positive  whili    It     is allowed in every othei
■ promises -made     last October     that  Part ol thc province
Courtenay     Ilay     was t<» be dredged
! out within a year or two, and suret)
illKNTS    KOK    CANADIAN  CYOI.fi; we recollect  that  Ml    Pugsley  bad to
THE   PALMi
Frank Dezall
M'.M-.K'AI. Bl.ACKSMtTI
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
AND MOTOR CD'S BICYi'l.KS
Repairing a Specialty.
Ph,,ne 50     >   •   •      p. 0.  Box 813
CRANBROOK LAND UI8T1UCT
District ,,! Kootenai
exidnin that despite his promises the
work must wait ;  taking the precau
tion, ol course, to make this explan TAKK nutice thai  siitj  days aftei
ation    after     the election  ■>.,- ovei date,  i  Robert   Macdonald ,.1 WycllBc
Furthermore,     Mr. Fielding baa beeu occupation   sookkcepei    intend  to ap
cutting down expenses   Perhaps thoa ply (0i   permission  to     purchase the
western canals may wait awhile ■:   |anas
■ ' mmenclng   .,:  ., post planted at
THK CART BEFORE THK HORSE
A ui|. of BOVRIL is a fine
Ionic in any reason, but il is
valuable In mtiny other ways.
A little added lo Hashes
and Slews greatly improves
their food value. Try it when
warming Canned Meats.
BOVRIL
The  Commission tor  the  Conserva
tion oi    Canadian    Resources   mm lit
commence proceedings by calling   on
the chairman to surrender the natur
at resources which he ami bis allies
■ improperly appropriated. Canada
i has started too    lute nn a   policy of
conservation o( resources. It is im
I possible  to   conserve   for  the   nation
something that    the nation has Inst
and which private individuals have
[gained,      Instead  of      talking about
conservation of the    public resources
we should talk about the recovery of
public resources.       Restitution must [aftei
precede conservation ami  perhaps the Hon
bright    mind  of  the   chairman could land   Works f
the  Southwest net    ol     Lot  N
5185    ■ tn    ■ ■       )■'      irty chains;
ttiena   wesl I    rl y tive     chains,
thenci -..-: I ■ rty chains, thence
east (36 thirt) live chains to point
of commencement, containing In all
about  ■ 1401  one    hundred and   forty
Not*
We Deal in Everything From
u Neetllfi t<' a Locomotive
lOStPH il. MCLEAN
iikm.ki: IN
/Ml liinils nl' Seeiinil II11111I linntls
li'iiniilui'c 11 SPECIALTY
liUY12U  OF  l-'l'KS
fcUgii's Old   Sliinil, llaiisoii Ave
l'li„na DM
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Sltoiicaii now i>e found in Mi«
MANITOUA IIOTRf,
|i'li'„l class  Wiii'li   in
nil   liraiii'li,-  nl  i.lie
Tonsorial   Art ♦
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suggest the minifts ol pnrtles wh,, are
ylin n position to restitute.
. . . .
Tlie Ottawa government is Inclined
to postpone miy turiti legislation
until 1911. There Reems little doubt
hut that tin' U. s. maximum tarlll
will Iii* levied against Canada and
there is a general feeling thnt the
Canadian Government ought to re
tullntc. Mr. Fielding ami his col
leagues, however, have "jollied" the
people, especially from the West, so
long and so often with their professions of Irre trade and low tnrifl,
that they Unit themselves eintiarus
sell by the recent legislation of the
American Congress. Moreover they
so bungled tbeir German surtax that
not unnaturally they shrink from
another tnrifl war. A tariff win-
like any other reqittros 11 campaign
planned by experts und the present
ministers of the Crown have but a
superficial knowledge of the laws of
trade and the conditions ol commerce Increasing the lute levied
upons imports may protect home industries but it decrenses revenue
The one thing that this government
just now cun not stand for is less
money. The public debt is Increasing every month and the big bills lor
G.T.R. keeps rolling in.
....
Now for the big Agricultural Pair.
I,et everybody Work to make it a
success.
Commander Peary says that be
nailed the stars and stripes to the
north pole. It would be interesting
to know what, kind of nails he used
The next question is whether Dr
Cook's and Commander Peary's
stories about tbe pole and what is to
be found  there  agree.
Robert   Macdonald.   Locator
Geo   N'   Tomilson, Agent,
epi    1   1903 :IT
\NI>  PETROLEUM  MOTICE.
Is hereby given that 30 days
:,-.  I  intend to apply to the
tissioner ol Lands
license to prospect
lor coal   in),l    petroleum on the rol-
lowlng lands    situate in the District
ol Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, in Block 4.V.W : Commencing at
a   post   thnt is planted   at   or   near
nine   miles     east     of     the   11      mile
post on C,   !'.  R, survey line   winch
is the western boundary ol lot ,M3,
ind being the North Kast corner pest
,1 the nlivc H. Twitchell claim
theni'i'   south   eighty   tHO 1   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (sill chains ;
thence  north   eighty   isln  chains ;
thence   east    eighty    l80|  chains ;
Lo the point of commencement, making G40 acres more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Olive H. Twitchell,  Locntor.
Located   August   I.  1909. M-fi
VV,   I-', (il Kl>.
Barrister, Solicitor, 6ta,
CRANRROOK,  H.r
(,.  II   THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, mul
Notary I'uiilii-
1)111,-,.   Hold Ditlltllugs,
CKANBRUOK, B V
Mi \ I II ll- ,\ PARKER
I' I. s   A  1   K
1 I,' WIIKiinK.   It t'
|.    I.I. \ll'l   \\\
Miniiis;   I''.iio|Iii',m- an,I
lit'   Laud Surveyor,
ti; VNRKUOK, 11 C
i- .'   II,,v MB, I'll,,ii,' 883.
ORANBROOK   AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EABLES
\l,.'l t>V0r,t  I'l IllttJ al S I'.n.
\  -niii^'   llcotiu'i's   Coi',liall,\    [uvtted
!•'.   W.   Iteves,   w. Prealdeit
Win     \u,iei-s,,u.    Secretary.
Aorlo I'tiysleian, 1'. O  llos 88,
ANCIENT ORDER V FORESTERS
COURT ORANBROOK, S9«:i
Meets in Oarmsa's Hall 2nd aad 4th
Thursday of each month at I p.m.
shal p.
A.   Mci'owua, Chief   Runger.
0. A. Abbott, Beoratary.
Visitiug Hrethrea made ffelcme.
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inlli'g,'. Toronto, lu issis.
ilrailuaU'iiiiil Modallal ol MoKIUI|iVol-
orlnary Oollogo, Chicago, III . in 1000
Hoglstnroil iiK'iuln'i ol Kritlsh
1 oliiiniiia   Assoulntloii.
All  CALII  NIOMI A DAY I'KOMPILV AlTtMUell 10 |
JFK1CI    Al    M.KINUIHVK    LIVERV   BARN,
CRANBROOK, IU'.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sipiini Hollars and I'liriitu'i* Work a
S|„i,'iitlly.
Coal uml sioi'li Estlmalos
t'lii'iiisln'il Hpoll A|i|ilii'ii
lion.
I P.O. Bon B34.
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh  and Salted Meats,
Fish and Poultry in season.
LOTS    OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS JUST  ARRIVED
Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
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Umlortakoi',
Kmliiilmer.
Puneral Dlrootor,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.  B.O.
f
H    W.   DREW,   Proprietor.
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Wectb every second and fourth
Wednesday at new fraternity
Hall. Sojouring RebeKafis cordially Invited.
N.G. Miss L. M. Taniihuiiset-
See.     Miss Mae Chapman.
^,M,.VM,,,,VmVrt,.,V<.WW.WMVrtVW.W,^ |
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
f: NO. 125.  a. A. M.
•s
$ Regular moetlngs:—2nd Tues-
s dnv   in  eaeli   innntli   ai oljfht.
1 o'clook.
*
5 Sojourning Companions  are
\ not'ilially Invited.
I      w. P. Pbeezr,      Sorlbo R.
ORANnltOOK, II. c.   £
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\   Repent It—"Shiloh's Cure will   always   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
READ THE PROSPECTOR.
Francis Edward
Corrison
Stock Quotations
As Furnished by
IIRAI.R »  RI.WEI.I,, Crnnbrook, B.O
April 19th, 1909.
Hid Asked
Aurora   Consolidated smellers ,2.r,
Oranbrool: Plre Brick l.iu
Dominion Copper                     ,:it ,5a
NTIcoln Coal Mines 1,1,1      .n4 .041
Nipissine                               lll.Tr, 11.2.1
Sullivan .ooj
H. O. Amalgamated Coal ,H2i       ,03
H. O. Copper
Canadian Qoldfloldn
Canadian Marconi
Canadian Northwest Oil
Consolidated Smelters
Diamond Coal
Diamond  Vale Conl
Intel-national Coal
McOillivrny Creek Ciail
North Star
! Nugget Cold Mines
I'incher Creek Oil Co.
al .1121
COO
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I.Illl
.Ill
7. nu
08 J
.(III
7.fill
.or,
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John Blimey of Cranbrook has been j [i""!'!1^ i>l,':"'.i'""
appointed   a   commissioner     for the  ';n>,al ( "flieiies
takinir of affdavits under the Provin-  50C.'ety ('"'!
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it Hemi reMoaable to believe that
i»ue i,(  thi-  Canadian  navy  yi.nl*  will
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Surely oui admiralty   will be able
tn timi employment    fur that ardent i
navigator, ''ap Sullivan
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What ii Mr   Brodeur la unable    to
liml anyone in lus constituency who :
will accept tlif position oi rear-admlr- !
1'an our Cobalt mines keep up to
the demand for plate which the new
navy will occasion, if under Mr Hn»
deur ?
flood Discount Fur r»nb
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Greatesl  Nurseries in Crnnhrook and     Mr.  Kishei.     speaklnn  in Calgary
adjoining country. Isays that the best. Canadians are nou
The popularity ol our slock   which In     the     west.   This is hard nn Mr i
in   grown on llmostone soil, making Pugsley, who bus come back
1,111     trees and     hiishos hardier and •  •      .
longer-lived  than const   grown stock, 1    Cet out this week  also ncrt   wc-k1
m acknowledged hy experienced liuli  and  boost  foi  thc big     ngrlcitlturnl
riowers. I'air.
We     liwtlir     n specialty ,,' growing J . • • .
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,11 carload to Hint province lew  weeks Irom  now   will  be paying
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There is one iiiuti in the I'ni'ed Stuiei who hit perhaps heard
mure women's hecrcts thim miy other man or wommi in (he
country. Tlieie i.eer*|ji are not secrets ol'tfuilt or shame, hut
the neorets nf Htitferlnil, nnd they Imve been ton tided to Ur. -
It. V. Plerou in Iho hops and expectation of advice nnd help,
'ilmt few ol these women Iiuve hefn disippointed in their ex-
pcclafiono is proved hy the diet thut miiety>ei|(ht per cent, of
till women treiited hy Or. I'ierce hu\e been ■faiolutely und
ultniiclher oiired. Sueli n record would be remarkable if the
cases treated were numbered hy hundred- only. Hut when
that record applies lo the treatment of more than half-u- million women, in it practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal,
and entitles Dr. fierce to lite ijratih.de accorded him by women, as the lint uf
specialists in the treutmeni of women's diseases.
livery Blek woimtti may consult Dr. I'ieret by letter, absolutely without
charge. All replies arc mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without
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UK.  rillUClC'M   I AVORITK   PRi:HtRII'TION
Mauon   W i>#»kK   Vf/oinon fitronf,
■VloU. Women   Well. THE lif'SfKiTolt.    ORANBROOK,    B
COM,   AND PBrTROftBOM -NoTlOW.
Notice Is hereby given thut 30 days
aftor date, l intond to npply to the
Hun. Chief ComtntBsloner ul Lands
null Wurks [or 11 license to pronpect
lor conl uud petroleum mi the following lnnds situate iu tlie District
of Southenst Kooteuay, British Columbia) in Block 451)8: Commencing at
a post, that in plunted al or war
one mile eust ul' the. 37 inllo
post on 0, P. tt. survey line which
is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
and being the South Kast. cornet post
.'i Mi" aerl  0, Palmer claim
thenco nurth eighty  (Kill chains ;
thonco   west     eighty   (80)  eliuins ;
thonce south olghty  (80) chnlns ;
thence   east    eighty    (SO) chuius;
to the puint ut commencement, making 640 acres moro or less,
OhnrlOB   12.   Wehh,   Agent,
Bert   K.  Pulmor,  Locntor,
Locatod July 31, lilQl), 3(1 6
COAI.    AMI  PlflTUOLWUM   NUTIOU,
Notlco Is   herehy   given   Dial   30 days
after date, l Intend tu apply to the
Hon. Chid Commissioner of Lands
and Works for n license to prospoct
tur coal and potroloum un the tol
lowing lands sltuato in I lie District
of Southeast. Kootonny, British Col
iiinhiu. in Block 1693 : Commonclug at
a post that is planted at. ur mai
one   mile   east    of   the   37    mile
post, on O. P. It, survey line which
is tlie western boundary ol lot 1593,
and being the South West coruor post
uf the Borl   K.  Palmer claim
thence   eust   olghty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   tstij   chains ;
thence   west   eighty  (80) chuius;
thence  south eighty   (Ml)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
Ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles B,  Wehh, Agent.
Bert B,  Pnlmer,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAI*   AND  PKTROLHUM   NoTlCK.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
nftor dntc, 1 Intond tu apply tu thc
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for ti license to prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast. Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Bluck 4.593 : Commencing nt
n post, that is planted at or near
three miles east of tho 37 mile
post on O. P. It. survey line wulch
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the South Kast corner post
of the Joseph S. Banner claim
thence  north eighty   (XUi  chuins ;
thence   west    eighty  (801 chains ;
thence south  eighty   (SO)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuins ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres mure or less.
Chnrles K.  Wehh,  Agent.
Joseph S.  Banner,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. :i(i-i»
COAL    AND  PKTHOLKUM   NOT1C-K.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Pommisstoner of Lands
and Works for n license to prospect
for coal nnd potroloum on tho following lands situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia. In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles oust of thc 37 mile
post on ('. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner pust
of the James D, Lowman claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (SO)  chains ;
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the puint of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles 13. Wehh, Agent.
J nines  I).   Lowman,   Locator.
Located July 81, 1909.       ' 36-5
COAL    AND  PI3TKOLI31TM  NOTIOB.
Notice is herehy given that 30 davs
after date, T intend to apply to tlie
Hon. Chief Commissioner, of Lands
and Works for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post* that is planted at or near
Ave miles east of the 37 mile
post on C. P. II. survey line wli'rh
Is the western boundary of lot 1593.
and being the South Must corner post
of the James D. Lowman claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   oighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres more or less.
Charles 13. Webb, Agent.
James I). Lowman, Locator.
Located July Hi, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND .PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to npply to the
Hon. Chief Oommlssionor uf Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum on the following lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
umbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at ur near
ftve miles cast uf the 37. mile
post on 0, P. It. survey line •.. I >h
is thn western boundary of lot 1593,
and: being the South West, cornor post
of theWultcr W. Hay claim
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   cast   eighty    (Mn chains;
thence south  eighty   (Ml)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to tbe point of commencement, muk-
Ing 640 acres more or less,
Charles E, Wehh,  Agent.
Walter  W.   Hay,   Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 86-6
COAL   ANB PETROLEUM  NOTTOB.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend tu apply tu the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum on tho following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt.
a pout that Is planted nt or near
seven mile east of the 3D mile
post on O. P. H. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the North East corner posl.
of tbe Wm. M. Guiwits claim
thonce   west,    eighty  (80) chains ;
,   thence south eighty   (80) chains ;
thence   east,   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to thc point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles 13.  Wehh, Agent.
William M, Outwits, Locator
Located July 29,  1909. 36 5
COAL AND PI3TUOLEBM NOTION,
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after da,te, I intend tu apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license tn pi-ospcct
for coal and petroleum on the foi
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British e,,l
umbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a port   that is planted  at  or  near
! Hfrvnn    mile    east of     t lie    M,   mi le
post un C.  P.  It. survey  li. o   which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
uud being the North West coiner pest
of the Wm. M. Guiwits claim
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ,
thence soutli eighty   (80)  chains;
thence   west   eighty  (Soi chains;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 040 acres mure ur less.
Chnrles 13.  Wehh, Agent.
William M   (intuits.  Locator
I atetl  July 29,  1909, 3(1-5
coal AND PETROLEUM NOTION.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 dnys
after date, 1 Intond to apply to tho
I luu. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
ami Works fur a license to proBpccl
fur coal and petroleum on the fallowing lauds situate iu the District
of Southeast Kuuteiiay, British Ool
umbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing ut
a posl that is planted at or near
nine     tnilOS     cast      uf      the     37   lltllO
post on •'. P, It. survey lou which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
ami being; the South East corner post
uf the Bert 13. Palmer claim
thonce  uorth eighty   (80)   chains ;
tnonce   west,    eighty   (Ml) chains;
thence  south  eighty   (8U)   chains ;
thonco oast eighty (80) chains;
tu the point of commencement, mnk
ing till) acres mote ur less.
Charles 13.  Wehh, Agent.
Bert  13.  I'a liner,  Locator.
Located July 29,  1909, 36-B
COAL   AND PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thut 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to tho
lion. Chiel Commissioner uf Lands
and Works for u license to prospect
tor coal and petroleum un the following lands situate iu the District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a post that is planted at or near
one mile enst of t he ;,7 mile
pust on C. I'. It. survey lino .lii'i
Is the western lioundury of lot -1593,
and being the North Kast corner post
of the Joseph S. Banner claim
thence   West     eighty   (801  chuius;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)   chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 010 acres more or less.
Charles 13.  Wehh, Agent.
Joseph S.  Danner,  Locator.
Located July 31,  19011. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
ufter date, I intend to apply to tlie
Hun. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Wurks for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following binds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that Is planted at or near
one mile east of tlie 37 mile
post on 0. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being the North West coiner post
of the Joseph S. Banner claim
thence   eust   oighty     (80)  chains ;
thence  south   eighty   (80)   chains ;
thonce   west    eighty   (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (Ml)   chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres more ur less.
Charles  13.   Wehh,  Agent.
Joseph S.  Danner, Locator.
Located July 81, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to upply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in the District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Columhln, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post that Is planted at or near
three miles east of the 37 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
Is-the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Nortli Hast coiner post
of the Bert E. Palmer claim
thenco south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles E.  Wehh, Agent.
Bert E.   Palmer,  Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
GOAL   ANB  PETROLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on the following lands situate In tho District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post thnt is planted at or near
three miles oust of the 37 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and being the North West coiner post
of the William Denner claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonco   oust   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (Ml)  chains ;
thenee   west    eighty  (Hll) chains;
tu the point of commencement, milking G40 ueres more or less.
Charles E.   Webb,  Agent.
William   Denner,   Locnfoe.
Located July 31, 1009. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Oommlssionor of Lands
ami Works for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the foi
lowing lauds situate in tho District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, In Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
ftve miles east* of the 37 mile
post on O, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North East corner post
uf the Mattie J. Abb's claim
thonce south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    oighty  (80) chains ;
thenco north  oighty   (80)  chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing 640 acres more or less.
Charles 13. Wohb, Agent.
Mattie  J.  Abbs, Locator.
Located July 31, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   I'ETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
fur conl uml petroleum on the fid
lowing lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
Umbia, in Block 4598 : Commencing at
n pust that. Is plnntcd ut or near
live miles east of the 37 mile
post ou O. P. It. survey line which
Is the western lioundury of lot 4593,
and being the North West corner post
of the Mattie J. Abbs clnlm
thence south  eighty   (Ml)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (801 chains ;
tu the point of commencement, making 640 acres more or less.
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Mattie J. Abbs,  Locator.   +
Located Jul] 31, 1909. 36 5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter   dale.   I   intend   lu  apply   to   the
Hun. Chlel Commissioner of Lunds
und Wurks fur a license to pi.
for coal and petroleum on the [ol
lowing lunds situute in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Ool
imii,in, in Block 4593 : Commencing al
a post that is planted at or in i
one mile enst of the 39 mill
pust on O. P. It. survey line wnui
Is the western boundary ol lot 4593
and being the South Easl corner posl
of the  Ulysses 13.  l-Vhr claim
thence norbh eighty   (80)  chains;
thence    west    eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence south eighty   (80)  chains .
Ihenee east eighty (80) chains ,
to the point ui commencement, muk
ing Olo acres more or less.
Charles  13.   Webb,  Agent
Ulysses 13.  Fehr, Locator.
Located August 2, P309. 36 B
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 duys]
ufter date, I intend lu apply to Hie
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
und   Works fur   a license to prospect
for coal    and    potrolou u  the foi
lowing lands    situate  In  the District
of  Southeast   Kootonny.  British Col ;
umbia, in Block 4893 : Commencing at
u    pust     that  is planted    al    ur   near | ♦
i     mile     enst     of     I he     39   milt
post  on  O,   P,   It.  survey   line    whicl
the western boundary of lol   4593
ami being the South West corner pi
of the Ulysses 13. l'YIn- claim
thence   eust   eighty    (80) chnins
thence  north  eighty   (80)   chnins
thenee   west    eighty  (801 elm ins
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains
tu thc puint uf commencement, mi
ing 040 acres more or less.
Charles  13.  Webb,  Ageul
Ulysses 13.  Fehr,  Locator
Located   August  2, 1909. 36 I
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTIOli
Notice is hereby given  that 3D days
after date.   I  intend to apply  Lo the
lion.   Chief   Commissioner uf  Lands
and   Wurks for   a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on  the fo!
lowing  lands    situate  in   the  District j
of  Southeast  Kootenay,  British Columbia, iu Bluck 4593 : Commencing nt \
a  i>ost   that is planted   at   or  near!
three    mile    eust    of    Che    39   mite
pust on 0,   P.  R. survey  line   which
is the  western  boundary of  lot 4593,
and being the South East corner post
of the Walter W, Hay claim
thenco  north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence    west    eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   south   eighty   (SO)   chains ;
thonce   east   eighty    (80) chnins ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres mure or less.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
Wnltcr   W.   May,   Locator,
Located August 2, L909. 36-5
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GOAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter date, I intend to applv to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Wurks for u license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on the following lands situute in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Oommouclng nt
a post that is planted at or near
three mile eust of the 39 mile
post on C, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary uf lot 4593,
and being tlie Suiith West corner post
of the Walter W. Hay claim
thenco   east    eighty     (80)  chains ;
.  thenee  mirth  oighty   (80)   chains ;
thence    west,    eighty   (801  chains ;
thence   south   eighty   (80)   chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
ing 040 ncres more or loss.
Charles 13. Webb, Agent,
...  Walter W.  Hay,  Locator.
Located August 2, 1900. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I  intend to apply to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lnnds
und   Works for   a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on the foi
lowing lands    situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay,  British  I
umbia, in Block 1593 ; Commencing ut
a  post   that is planted  at  or  near
live     mile    east     of  the     39     mile
post on C.  P. R. survey line   which I —
is the western boundary of  lot 4598, j +
and being the South East coiner post   •
of the Jnmes S, Dunn claim ♦
thence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;    . T
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains;    I?
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains;    jj
thence   east   eighty    (So) chains ;      +
to the point of commencement, inuk-.i
ing 640 ncif s more or less. j ♦
Charles B. Webb, Agent.  ♦
James S.  Dunn,  Locatorf  Y
Located August 8, 1909. 36-5 | J
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Every thing- and everybody is on the t
move at this store. The prices are mov- ♦
ing1 down—the people are moving in and X
the goods are moving out. |
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IN A WORD THIS SALE IS A
GAND SUCCESS
We allow no accumulations.    We
carry no goods over a season.     With
price reducing events of the character;
of this one we periodically reduce stocks X
as clean as a hounds tooth." \
Come—not necessarily with  buying inten- X
tions.   Come—watch the goods move out and ♦
your neighbors save    Buying here  is a conta-1
You'll catch it and you'll save  astonish- X
ing amounts on every purchase.    Come! $
Move
on
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hnve jusi received imotli
ir lui of i ho
se Roys
shoes
■sumo as wo wen' sullin.
;■ so cheap
August
i nii.
Those brand new goods
Iiuve gol Ih
• move
on sip
ii ;il Hie siinie puces lls 1
lefbi'o.    I.ISTKN
Sizes
1 iii 7, regular price SI.8
i now	
.93c
Sixes
8 in 10, regular price si!.<
10 now
$1.38
SIMS
11 Id IH, regular price £2
50 now
$1.84
Sizes
I in T,, regular price 82.7
i now.
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>ve on
Common Chairs
Just	
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Move on
Leather Scat
Diners
Von will not have
common wood diners when you see
these goods, Set
ul' six including arm
chair K E finish,
regular $27.50 now
$19.60
Move   on
Dressers and
Stands
No. "i07!i surfaced
Oak. 20x20 mirror,
beveled plate, selling
ai  $9.85
S'u li'iiiT is quartered
oak, mirror 40x22, regular prico 840.00
now $27.50
HOVE ON
Below we list many lines
that are included in our
"Move On" Sale but space
will not permit us to describe.
Ladies' Writing Desks
Magazine Stands
Wicker Rockers
Parlor Tallies
Sectional Bonk Oases
Combination Book Cases
Lounges
Davenports
Sanitary Couches
Springs
Linoleums
Floor Oil Cloth
Bugs
Carpels
hToilet Sets
Glassware
Croeke.iy
Side Boards       China Closets
Buffets Ohiffloniers
COAI, AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco in hereby glvon thnt no days
niter date, I Intond to apply tu the
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lands
nml Works tor a license to prospect
for conl uml potroloum mi tho Inl
lowing lunds sltuato In tho District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Ool
iiiiiiiin, in Block -iriii.'i : Oommoncing nl
n   post    Mint   is planted   nt.   or   neat
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mile     ensl     of tho    80     mile
So!^
,,l I lie .Inines S. Dunn claim
thenco north olghty mm chains ;
thenee   eust    eighty     (80)  chains ;
thenee  south  eighty   (Sill  chnlns ;
theme   west   eighty  i.soi chnlns ,
t,, the puint. of commencement, making Mu ueres more or less.
Chnrles 15. Webb, Agont.
.lames S.  Dunn,  Locntorl   «jf
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SPECIAL SERVICE OU FAIR WEEK
Located August 3. 1909.
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COAI,   AND  PETROLEUM. NOT10I3.I
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
ufter date,  I  Intond to npply to the
Hon.   Chief   Commissioner of Lands 1
and   Woi-lis for  n license to prospect ,
for coal   and   petroleum mi the [id .
lowing lands   situate in the District
of Southeast. Kootenny,  British Ool
umbia, iu Block 4593 : Commonclng nl
a  post   that is planted   ut   or  near
one    mile    east    of    the    ll'.l   mile;
post on O.  P.  IE. survey  line   which .
Is tho western houndary ol  lot tfi93,'
nnd heing the North Iflnsl.  'nor prat
ill tho  ltlltus II.   Sherburne elnlln
thonco south eighty  ikiii ehulns;
thenee   wesl,   nighty  ihiii chains ;
thenee north eighty  t«ui chains ;
l.hem isl    eighty    IHU| eliuins ;    '
to the point  of eointneiieeitieiil. innli
Ing li-tll ueres more or less.
Charles 13. Wehh, Agont,
Kiitiis D. Sherburne, Locntor. i
Located August a, 1909. 30 T.
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new school.   [Dlootrlo light, water
'phone.   Apply
For our out of town visitors we give prompt
service and special service.
Get your confectionery, Fruit, Ice Cream and
Sundaes.
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Don't Forget Our Fall  OF^D-TV     1 7    0,   1 r
Fair   and   Race  Meet Ol vl      I. .    I£fc   Q±   LJ
The Greatest Attraction  Ever Offered  in  East  Kootenay.     Special
Trains and Excursion Rates From  all the   Points   East   and   West
Prizes to be Awarded for the Following
Best Display of Fruit
Heavy Draft Horses
General Purpose Teams
Thorougbred Horses
Carriage Horses
Cattle, Pigs
Sheep and Poultry
Dogs, Rabbits
Canaries and
Fowl of all kinds
School Exhibit
Drawing
Writing
Ladies' Fancy Work
Embroidery Work Etc
Cranbrook   Agricultural   Association
J. VV. RUTLEDGE, Secretary-Treasurer
COAL   AND   PETROTjEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lnnds
anil Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands sltunte in the Pistriil
of Southenst Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in lllock 4593 : Commencing ut
u post that is plnntcd at or near
three miles enst of tin- 21 mile
post ou c. p. Il survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the Soutli Enst corner post
of the chnrles  B.  Webb clnlm
thenee  north  eighty   (80i  chains ;
thenee   west    eighty  (HOj  chains ;
thenee  south  eighty   (80)  eliuins ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chuins ;
to Ibe point of commencement, making ij40 acres, more or less.
Charles   K.   Webb,   Locator.
Located   .Inly 20,   1909. 3G-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice i.s hereby given that III! duys
after date. I intend to apply to the
lion. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
ol Southeast Kootenny. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted nt or near
three miles i-nst ol the 21 mile
post on C. I'. It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 451*3.
and being the South West corner post
of the  Charles  E.   Webb  claim
thenee   east   eighty    [8lli chains :
tlieuce   north  eighty   (80)   eliuins;
thenee   west    eighty  IhOi  chains;
thenee south eighty (80) eliuins;
to the point of commencement, mnk
ing H4I1 acres, more or less
Charles   E.   Went,.   Locator,
[   Loeuted   .Inly   2n.   19113 J6-5
COAL ANU PETROLEUM NOTICE. COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby- given that 30 days Notice i.s hereby given that 30 days
alter date. I intend to npply to the ufter date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon Chlel Commissioner ,',( Lands H,,n Chiel Commisilonei -,l Lands
and Work.-, („r a license t„ prospect und Works (or ,■ license to prospect
fin coal and petroleum on the lol- lor coal and petroli i on the following binds situate in the Illslrirt lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny. British Col-lot Southeast Kootenny, llntish Ci
umbia, in Block 1693 Commencing nt umbia. In Block 4598 Commencing nl
a post that is planted nt or near a posl Hint is planted at •,! neai
three miles east ,,i the 23 mile three mile., east ,,i the 25 mile
post on C, I'. K. survey line which post on C, P II. survey line which
is the western boundary ol lot 4698, i» the western boundary ol lot 1698
• n,l being the North Bust corner post and being the North Kast cornoi posl
ol the James li. Lowman claim          of Surah Smith's clam,
Uience   west    eighty  mil' chains.    '   thence   west    eighty  1801  chains;
thence  south  eighty   iSOi  chains;    '.    thence  south  eighty   |80l  chain
ihenee   east   eighty    linn chains;    ]   thenee   east   eighty    (80) chains;
thenee  north  eighty   ISO)  chains;    l    thenee  nortli  eighty   .8 hums,
t,, the point ot commencement, muk   to the point of commencement, mnk
Ins i.i" acres   more or less ling i',4a acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent. Chnrles B,  Wobb, Agcnl
James I)   Lowman.  Locntor. Sarah   Smith    Locntor
Located  .Inly 20.  1909. ,lb-5|   Loeuted July 21, 190'J. ;.,,:,
COAI, ANU PETROLEUM NOTIOB. COAL ANU PETROLEUM NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 dnys j   Notice is hereby given that 80 days
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date. I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lnnds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lunds situate in the District
ol Southenst Kootenny, British Col
umbia. in Block 4f,93; Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles enst ot the 21 mile
post on C. I'. It. survey line which
is tlie western boundnry of lot 4593,
and being the North West cornor post
,,i  Un- clnii-lcs E.  Wehh claim
tlieuce   south   eighty   1801   chains :
thence   east   eighty    ixni chnlns ;
thence   north   eighty   I Ml I   chains ;
tlieuce    wesl.    eighty   18111  eliuins ;
to the point oi commencement, making l',4tl acres, more or less.
Charles   E.   Wehh,   Locator.
I atcd  July 20.  1909. ,u:-r,
COAL   ANU   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that '.III days
alter dute, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situute in the District
„( Southeast Kootenny, British Col
tinihin. iu Block 4593 ; Commencing nt
ii post thut is plunted at or near
three miles east of the 23 mile
post on C I' It. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the James II.  Lowillall claim
thenee   east   eighty    (80)  chuins ;
thence   north  eighty   (80i   eliuins ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains;
thenee  smith  eighty   (HOi   chains;
to the point of commencement, making 0411 ncres. more or less.
Charles. B. Webb, Agent.
James   D.   Lowman,   Locntor.
Loeuted   Julv  20.   1909. 36-5
ate, I Intend to npply to the
Hon Chlel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works lor n license to prospect
foi conl und petroleum on the lol
lowing lands situate in the District
,,( Southenst Kootenay, British Col
ii,i,l,ii,. In Block 4593 . Commencing nl
a pott thut it, plunted nt. or near
three miles enst of the 25 mile
|n, ,t on O I' It. survey line which
Is tin- western boundary ol lol 4593,
and being the South East collier post
,,f Ceoi'ge E   Kleury Claim
thence  north eighty   Hill  chains;
'In-nee    wesl.    eighty   IHOl  ehulns ;
thonce south eighty  iHtii chnlm
after date. I Intend to npplj to tin
Hon Chiel Commissioner ol I.ami,
and   Works lor   u license to prospect
lor   coal    and     petroleum   on   the   fol
lowing binds sltunte In the liiHl.net
of Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia. In Block 4593 Commencing al
n  post   that ih planted   at   ui   neai
three miles easl ..( 1 he 23 mil,
post   on   CI.   IV   II    survey   line    which
Is the western boundnry ol lot 4593,
nnd being the Soutli EhhI corner poll
of the James I). Lowman claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains .
thenco   west   eighty (Mil chains';
thence south eighty  (80)  chnlns .
thOnCO    easl     eighty      IHUl   rllnlllH ; tlieiir,     easl     eighty      HUH   eliuins,
t,, the point, of commencement, mak to the point of commencement, muk
inr t;40 ueres, more or Ichh. Ing ,.ta neres. more or less.
Charles  B.   Webb,   Agent Chnrles  B,   Webb.  Agent.
tleorge E. Kleury, Locator .In s D,  Lowman,  Locator
Located July 21, 1909.              IIO-D. Located July 20, 1909.               86-6
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date. 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chici Commissioner of Lands
ami Works for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia. in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post that is planted at or mat-
one mile east of Hie 27 mile
Post on C. P. 11. survey Inn- which
i.s the western boundary of lot 4593,
nml being the South Eust corner posl
of  the  Charles   B.   Webb   claim
thenee  north  eighty   (KOI   chains ;
thonco    west    eighty   (Sill   chains;
thence  south  eighty   ixtli   chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80)'chains ;
to tlie point of commencement, making 0411 acres, more or less.
Chnrles   E.   Webb,   Locator.
Loeuted  July 23, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND   PETRI ILEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnl 30 days
after date, 1 Intend Iii apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works for n license 'to prospeel
for coul und petroleum ou the following hinds situate iu tlie District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that i.s planted ut or near
three miles east of the 27 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
ami being the South Bast corner post
of  Anna  K.  Webb's claim
thenee  north eighty   (80)   chains;
thenco   west   eighty  tsoi chains ;
thence soutli eighty   180)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty     iSiu   chains;
(,, the point of commencement, mak
Ing 640 acres, m,itc or less.
Charles  10.  Webb.  Agent.
Anna   K.   Webb.   Locator.
Loci 1 July 22. 1909 30 5
COAL   ami   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given thnl  80 days
afiei  date,  i  Intend in apply tn tho
linn     Chiel    C mlssloner  nl  Lands
and Works lor a license t<> prospect
f,,r cnal a,nt petroleum mi the lol
lowing lands situate In Hie In h n't
,,( Southeast K ciiuy, British Columbia, in Block 4598 Commonclng at
.,   posl    thai  is plnntcd   nl   or   ilfar
one mile east nt tho 27 mile
|»>st   nn   ('     I'    K    survey   Hue    which
is the western boundurj ol lot -1698,
and being Hie North Wost cornor post
of Ha- I mul W   linker claim
thonce   e„si   eighty    (80) chains ;
thonce south  olghty   (80)  chains ;
thonce   wesl    eighty  (80) chains ;
iii,-nee north eighty   (80)  chains ;
to Ha- point ni commoncomont, mak-
nn- 040 ncres, more or less,
Chorion   E.   Wcbl,,   Agent.
Leonard w   Dukor, Locator.
Looated  July 23,  11109, 3d 5
COAL   ami   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Nnine i. hereby given Uml  30 day..
nil ii  date,  I i I in apply t„ tin.
lion     Chlel   Coi n ci   nl   Lnnds
ami   Works im   a license t,, prospoct
lol    coal    ami     petroleum   on   Hie   fol
lowing lnnds tltiiuto In Ha- District
of Southensl Kootenay. British Col
niul,la, iii lllock 1693    Cm icing nl.
three miles onsl nl the 27 mile
posl on c p, K survey tine which
is tin- western boundnry ol   lot   4608,
nml bolng Ha- North Ensl i
ol tbc  Amu,  K   Webb claim
Ihonco   we t    eighty  (80) chains ,
then oi iiiv   mm  chnlns ;
thenco   east   eighty    (80) chnlns ;
tlioini- u,,ith eighty  tkiii  chuins ;
to   the   p I   of   I'm,,||| ','in,'HI     mak
Ing Mil line,,, more or less
Charles E. Webb. Agopl
Aiiuii  K    Wehh,  Locntor
!    Located July 22, 1909. 30-5
COAL   ANII   PETROLEUM  .NOTICE.   COAL   AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 30 days
alter date, I intond to npply to the
lion    Chiel   Commissioner of  Lands
and    Works   Inl'   11   license   lo   prospect
for coul nnd petroleum on the following binds situate in the District
,,( Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in lllock 1593 : Commonclng at
u in,st that is planted at or near
three miles ensl of tlie 21 mile
post on O. i', l{. survey line which
is the western huiindary ol lot 4593,
nnd being the North Eusl corner post
,,f the Charles E.  Webb clnlm
thence    wesl     eighty   (Kill   chnins ;
thenee  soutli  eighty   (8(1)  chains ;
thonco   eust   eighty    (811) chuins ;
thonce  nortli eighty   (80)  chuins ;
to tlie point of commencement, making 1140 ueres. more or less.
Charles  E.   Webb,   Locator.
Located  .Inly 20,  1909. 36-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco is herehy given Hint 311 days
after date, I intend lo upply lo the
lion, chiel Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for a license In prospoct
lor conl and petroleum on the lollowing lunds situate in tho District
of SouUieiisi Kootenny. British Columbia, iu Block 1593 : Commencing at.
a post, that is planted uf oc near
one mile east, of tin, 27 mile
post on C. 1'. ll. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und being Hie South Wesl corner post
ol Alice II. Chick's clnlm
thenee   east    eighty     (8ll|  chnins ;
tlieuce  north eighty   |80l   chains ;
thence    wesl.    eighty   |H0)   cbuins ;
thenee   soutli   eighty   ISO)   chuius ;
to (he point of commencement, malting li-lll ueres. nn,re or less.
Chnrles E. Wei \gcnl.
Alice c. chick. Locator,
Looatod  .inly 23, 1909. 30 5
COAL ANII PETRIILEPM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30days
alter date, I Intend lo apply lo the
Hon Chiel Ciiiiuiissiolier ol Lunds
aml Wurks loi a license to prospect
lot coul uml potroloum on the fol
lowing lands sltttato in the District
of Southensl Kootonny, llriti-.li Columbia, ill lllock 4593 ; Coiiillieilclng.it
u post ihui is planted nt or near
three miles enst of the 27 mile
post on C. I'. II. survey line which
is tho wostorn boundnry of lot 4693,
and being the South West cornor posl
I  the  Amu,   K.  Webb claim
thonce   ensl    eighty . IKm  chains ;
thonco  north eighty   mm  chuins ;
thence   west    eighty  i8iu  chains ;
tlieuce soutli oighty   (8tn  chnins ;
to the iminl  of commencement,  mnk
lug Din acres, moro or less.
Chnlles E.  Webb,  Agent.
\iiun  [<   Wobb,  Locntor.
Located .Inly 22, 1909. 30 5
COAI. AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thai 30 ilavs
allot tlate, I Intend to npply to tho
Hon. chiel Commissioner ol Lunds
uml Works for u license to prospocl
for I'oai uml pntt'dloiim ou Hie lol
lowing IiiiiiIh alilnle In tho District
of Southern t   Knotunny,   Hellish Col
iiinbli  Block 1593 : Commencing nl
a   pout    Hint  h  plnntcd   at   or   flour
one      mile      ,..,  |    ,,|      I l.o      27       mile
posl  mi C   I'   ||   survey  line   which
is Ha- western I ndury ol  lot   1593,
anil lioin;- 11,. North Eusl coiner posl
ol  I it w   linker's elniin
ll ee      .ml    eighty   ISO)   chains ;
Ihenee   wesl    ,uglily  18111 chains ;
thonco n,nth eighty  ihui chnlns ;
Ihenee   ,-u i    eighty " Hull chains ;
to Ibr p t  ni  commencement,  mnk
ing 1,111 ner,.,;,  in,,,-,, ,,|- I,,,,,,,
chnrlofl E.  Wobb, Agont.
Low 1 w. lialiei, Locator.
Located  July 21, 1909. 36-5
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
alter date. 1 intend to npply to tne
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works for a license to prospect
lor conl and petroleum on the following lands situute in the District
of Southenst Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
a post, thnl is planted nt or near
three miles east of tiie 27 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
und bolng the North West corner post
of the Anna K. Wehh claim
thenee  soutli  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thenee   eust   eighty    (80) eliuins ;
thonce north eighty  (811)  chains ;
tlieuce   west    eighty  (811) chains ;
to (ho point of commencement, milking 114U neres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb. Agent.
Anna K. Webb. Locator.
Located July 22. 1909. 30 5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date. I intend to apply to tho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
find Works for u license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situute in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or near
live miles enst of the 27 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is the western lioundury of lot. 4593,
ami being Hie Noilh Bast corner posl
of the M. Wayne Twitchell claim
Ihenee   wesl    eighty  (801 chnlns ;
thence south eighty   (811) eliuins ;
thonco  ensl.  eighty   180) chnlns ;
Ihenee   north  eighty   (80)   eliuins;
to the point of commoncemont, muk;
ing 640 acres, more or loan,
Charles E.  Webb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator
Looatod -Inly 22, 1900, 30 5
COAL    ANII   PETROLBPM   NOTICE
Notlco is hereby given that 30 dnys
alter date, I intend to apply In the
Him. chiel Oommlssionor of Lands
und Works im 11 license to prospect
for coal ami potroloum on tho fid
lowing lands minute in tin- District
ol Soiitbensi Kootonny, British Ool
lllnliln, In Block 1593; Commencing nt
11 posl Ihui Is plunted at or near
live tulles east ,,l the 27 mllo
posl on 0. P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and bolng tlie North West coiner |n si
of the Olive II. Twitchell claim
Bert E. Palmer, Locator.
Looatod July 26, 1909. 36-5
thence
enst   eighty    (801 chuius
thence south eighty   (811)  chains ;
thenee   wesl    eighty  (80) chains ;
thenee  north  eighty   (8(1;   chains ;
lo flic point of commencement, pinking 040 ueres, more nr less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent.
olive II. Twitchell,  Lneator.
I nt' 11  July 22,  1909. 30-5
AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE,
a Is hereby given Mini 311 days
COAI
N',,1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
after dale, I Intend lo apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
unit Works for 11 license to prospect
loi conl and potroloum mi the lollowing lnnds situate In tho District
of Soiitlieasl Kootonny, British Columbin. iu Block 4593; I'ouillienelug at
u pout Uml la plunleil al or ni'iu-
icven miles emit, of the 27 mile
posl on 0. P. II. survey line which
is the western boundary nf lot 4593,
nnd lining ibe Noilh Went cornor punt
,,[ the licit  E. I'uli - claim
thence   eusl    eighty    IHUI  cIllllllH ;
tin-  soiil.li eighty  ikiii chnlns ;
Ihenee   wesl    eighty  180) ehulns ;
thence north olghty  (80) chains ;
1,1 tin- point of commoncomont, milking 640 ueres, more or lesn.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 days
after date, I intond to apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for 11 license to prospect
for conl and petroleum on the following lands situate lu the District
of Southeast Kooteuay, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing at
a post thut is planted at or near
nine miles east of the 27 mile
post 1111 C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and lining the Nortli East corner post
of the Olive H. Twitchell claim
thenco   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thenco south eighty  (80) cbuins ;
thonce   onst   eighty    (80) chains ;
tlieuce nortli eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making filii ueres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent,
olive H. Twitchell. Locator.
Located  July 26, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Not ice is hereby glvon that 30 days
after dute, I intond to npply to the
Hon. Ohio! Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbin. lu Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
nine miles enst of the 27 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
und being the North West cornor post
,,t the Willinm Denner clnlm
thenee   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thenee   west,    eighty  (80) chains ;
ihenee north oighty (80) chains ;
to the point oi commencement, making 640 ueres. more or loss.
Charles 8, Webb, Agont.
Willinm  Denner,  Locator.
Loeuted July 26, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Nollce Is hereby given that 30 days
after dute, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following binds sltuuto In the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing ut
11 posl. Hint Is planted at or near
one mile cast of the 29 mile
post un 0, P. R. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4693,
and being the South East corner post
ol the Virginia E. Llttlelleld claim
thenee north eighty  (80) chains ;
thenee   went    eighty (80) chains ;
thenee south eighty   (80) chuins ;
thenee   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point nf commencement, milking li-lil acres, more or less.
Charles E. Wohb, Agent.
Virginia  E.  Llttlelleld,  Locator,
Loeuted  July 23,  1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notlco Ih hereby given thut 30 days
niter dale, I Intend to apply to the
lion, chief Commissioner of Lands
und Works for a Jlcenso to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following liindii situate in the District
of Southeast. Kootenay, British Columhln, In Block 4593 : Commencing ut
11 post Ihui Ih planted at or near
three miles omit of the 29 mile
pout on 0, P. It. survey line which
Ih the western boundary oi lot 4598,
uud iieini', the South Bast corner post
ol I he Walter J. Abbs claim
thonco north .eighty  (80) chains ;
tlieuce   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thenco soutli eighty  (80) chains ;
thenee  east  eighty    (80) chains ;
to tho point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter J. Abbs. Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Hint 30 days
after date, 1 intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lollowing lands situate in tho District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Columbia, lu Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east of the 29 milo
post on 0. P. R. survey lino which
is the western boundary of lot 4693,
and being the South West corner post
of the.Walter J. Abbs claim
thence   enst   eighty   (80) chains ;
thence north eighty (80)  chains ;
thence  west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 ncres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Walter J, Abbs, Locator.
Located July 24, 1908. 36-6
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospoct
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in tho District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Columbia, la Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
Ave 111I0H eust of the 29 milo
post on O. P, R. survey line which
Is tbe western boundary of lot 4693,
and being the South West corner post
of the Susan B. Prye claim
thence  enst  eighty   (80) chuius ;
thenco north eighty  (80)  ehulns ;
thenco   west   eighty (80) chuins ;
thence Houth eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commoncemont, making 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Susan B. Prye, Locator.
Located July 24, 1909. 36-5
I COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby glvon that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land
and Works (or a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tho fol
lowing lands situate in the District
ot Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia, in Block 4693 : Commencing ut
a post that is planted at or neai
nine miles east of the 29 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tbe South West corner post
of the Levi O, Monroe claim
thenco  east  eighty   (80) cbains ;
thence north eighty (80) cbains ;
thence   west   eighty (80) cbains ;
thence south eighty (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles B. Wohb, Agent.
Levi Q, Honroo,  Locator.
Located July 26, 1909. 36.5
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Enst Kootenay.
 a—*.
Take notice that I, Harvey Hough
Und, of Cranbrook, B. C, nccupntl »
Rancher, intend to-apply for per I
slon to purchase the followlog de
■Tilled lands ; Commencing at n post
planted 20 chains west of she smith
east corner of lot 5247; thonco » es
20 chains, thence south 80 chnlns
thence east 20 chains, thonce north
80 chains.
Harvey Houghland.
Dated July 15, 1909. 29-9 PROSPECTOR,    ORANBROOK,    11.
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FERNIE.
FERNIE "FREE PRESS.
Karl Grey was lost in the B. ('.
woods for ftve hours uml a half.
Ain't it awful,
The Carpenters are finishing laying
the maple flooring in the new opera
house today.
Don't forget thnt It in illegal to
shoot grouse or chicken this year.
Ducks nml geese may he picked oil
and the season is open lor hear,
fheep, goat and deer. T^lk are protected for two more years.
A small fire in Wright's houso in
the annex caused a run for the fire
department on Sunday night. Tho
Maze was extinguished by tho cheml*
cal. It was caused from a candle
that was being used hy an amateur
photographer.
When the bespectacled avcheologtBt,
poking among the debris ol the ancient city of Fernie some nine thousand years from now, pries apart the
mofla covorod corner stone ol the
Presbyterian church the first document to catch his eye will be a time
Btnincd copy of tho Fernie Feee Press
of Aug. 7, 1308, and the first words
ho roads will be "Fernie tiets Hell."
uuWMER TIMES
Eight carloads of coke and four of
coal were shipped by the ('. P, 11. tin
Friday.
No, there will be no automobiles or
airships permitted iu the Labor day
parade.
Mechanics on the new conl chutes
are now at work on the last level,
upon which will be built tho coal
bins,
The Hosmcr Firo Brigade spent n
■ood portion of thc week industriously practicing for the hose rcol wet
tests on Labor day.
. H. Dunbar on Tuesday last re-
I cd a handsome     set of sectional
ng caseB for documents, which    be
,s installed in his library.
i   ii Ij REPORTER.
. There are rumors of another big
tufliness block going up hero shortly.
The completion of the siding here
s now under way nnd it looks as if
»ve were going to have a station niter
all. The steam shovel is expected today.
This town was overrun with .laps
one day thin week. It Is said they
are the advance guard of laborers on
tho Great Northern construction
gang, to operate up the Klk
0. P. H. tracklayers engaged on
the new siding are loud in their complaints about the effluvia that email
atea from tho graveyard. A foreigner
suggested that a mixture of quick
"mo and copperas be strewn over
tho ground, claiming that he bad
•rcn it done In IiIn country. Hotter
still, lot tho government, get busy and
move the bodies.
Methodist Church. ;
Morning service at 11. Sunday!
School and Bible Classes at three.
Epworth League Prayer Meeting at!
7 o'clock.
Evening service at 7-110 Subject;-
"THE MESSAGE) OF THE STARS"
All who attend no other place of
worship are cordially invited to he
present.- "A Sabbath well spent,
brings n week of content." Whatever views one may have concerning
religion, it is a fact that cannot be
gainsaid that the people and the
nations who have failed to respect
tho Day of Rest are conspicuous by
failure and decay. Many a young
man has commenced a downward
course by spending the day in the
Pool Room or the Saloon. We cordially invite non-church goers to attend these services next Sunday.
Tuesday, Epworth League meeting at 8. A paper will ho read
by Mr. Lower on the duration
of future   punishment."
Thursday.     Prayer service at 8.
Friday.     Choir practice at 8.        C
Tbe Harvest Festival of the church
will bo held ou Sunday Sept,,13tb.
Baptisms
At Kimberley, by Revs W. L. Hall.
B,A. and It. Hughes, Margaret
Miriam Carter, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. 8. Carter.
At the Methodist Church, Oranbrook, Florence May, and Robert
Desmond, son ami daughter of Mr.
and Mis. George Askey of this City,
Harry Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs
T. H. Cusslday of Cranbrook.
At the family residence,Oranbrook,
Margarot Gordon, daughter of Mr,
nnd Mrs.  Wm.  Logan.
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Wycliffe Meeting
i At a public meeting bold In the
WyclifTo Schoolhousp, on Wednesday
evening, September 2nd,, and presided over by Hon. Otis Staples, a
Conservative Association for Wycllftc
District was organized, uud the following officers elected:
Moved hy George Tisdule and seconded by F. P. Davis that Hon,
Otis Staples he elected president,
Carried unanimously. Moved hy 10.
L. Staples and seconded hy Angus
Mussor that, George Tisdalo be elected Vice-President.       Carried.    Moved
.by R. L. Staples and seconded by
Oorge Tisdalo that     Angus Manner
I bo elected Secretary Treasurer. Oar
rlod. Moved by John Hlancy and
seconded by George Tisdale that an
Executive Committee of Ift, including
the officers, be appointed, und thai,
the lollowing compose the same:
Bert Crosby,    F.  P.  Davis,    11.   Ed
[wards,     W.   Perry.    Val     DeGmre,
'Earnest   Fisher,     A.     Frodorickson,
, Robert Crosby. David Reekie.F.
Lye,    ('bus.     Meur,       and    William
[Crosby.
I There being no further business for
consideration the   meeting   then ud
'journod,
j An extensive forest, lire has been
burning west or town for several
days, On Wednesday night il bad
assumed large proportions. No danger to the city is apprehended.
Total
J,   Hons, .1.   Jontry,   and     F. I).
.Mnrkhfim of     Spokane wee guests at.
7.r>:i   1(1,071 (tho Cranbrook   Monday.
The presence 61 all tho representatives of tlie British overseas possessions at an Imperial Defence Confer-
once attracts the world's attention
to what may be considered the first
step towards united action hy Great
Britain nnd ber colonies for mutual
protection against the suspected designs of powerful continental rivals,
An interesting feature of this defence
conference is the fact, that, while certain colonies are offering Dreadnoughts and others are talking of
naval and military progress, Newfoundland is the only one which is
trying to solve the problem of providing mon to crew the warships
composing the British navy and thereby supplying the- human material
without the possession of which ships
and guns would be of no value.
Ten years ago the experiment of
organising a naval reserve among
the Newfoundland fishermen were put.
into effect, and the result is that today there are some 1,000 trained blue-
Jackets in tho island ready for service at nn hour's notice on son-going
warfare. The number might have
been multiplied many times but that
the British Admiralty preferred to
star! with a small force, the Initial
contingents numbering only r>o men
annually, and the maximum of tbe
reserve being fixed at 001). Gradually
the number was increased to 1 r>0 men
a your, nnd one winter a special
squadron of throe ships left St. John
for a six months' cruise in the South
Atlantic. Then came Sir John Eisner's reorganisation of tho British
fleets and tbe withdrawal of ships
from foreign stations except, a third
class cruiser foi' fishery protection
service in Newfoundland waters which
compelled a reduction of the- naval
roKcrve to fifty men as before,
In tho tncnntline, however, a disused corvette, the "Galpyse," was sent,
out from Portsmouth anil stationed
in St. John's to serve as a training
ship where Newfoundland reservists
were grounded on the rudiments of
the work, hut of course, they hud In
her no opportunity for deep sen training, which is essential to the making
Ol the ellleieul sailor.   This state     of
things hnmporort recruiting for there
serve very considerably, hut, ibe new
premier of tho colony, Sir Edward
Morris, said no less than the truth
when he declared recently that New
found laud coulli supply tho crews to
man lift.een or twenty Dreadnoughts ;
und It Is expected that as a result, of
oho present Defence Conference the
number nf the Colonial Naval He
serve will be largely augmented.
Last year thu British navy required
nearly 180,000 men for naval purposes
as annually for years past the in
crease in the size and number or the
ships lias necessitated large atigmon
tatlons until the enlistment or sol
dices and Bailors has nadc if. dltllcull
to secure quotas for the ships. One
of England's remedies for tlie short-
ago of bluejackets consists ln estab
lishing this naval nursery in Newfoundland, vhe oldest of her colonies,
and the greatest fishing country in
the world, There are seventy thousand men and hoys employed in the
maritime pursuits of tho island cod,
seal, herring, lobster, salmon and
whale fisheries - and the sailorly qualities of these fisher folk, it is said,
cannot ho excelled. The remoteness
and isolation or the island have kept
Its people at these avocations fort
nearly four hundred years ; generation has toiled at the nets, and to-
| «lay there is u population along the
seaboard that iu seamanship, fear
lessness and physical strength will
compare favorably with any in the
world. Bred to the sea from their
early days, inured to every hardship
of the waves or the ice floes, familiar with every danger that besets the
sea, they are ideal material for the
purposes the admiralty have In view.
Tbe Newfoundland fisher youths get
tbeir training in winter months and
embark in November for a six months
cruise. At that season the ice Hoes
\ blockade tbe coast nnd prevent any
I fishing being done, so that It Is a
season when the young men are no
cessat'ily unemployed, and they can,
I therefore, undertake six months'drill
Without interfering with tbeir regular
'avocations. The several contingents
j proved eminently proved eminently
'satisfactory, the commodore and of
I fleers' of the warships, bolng unqualified In their approval of the aptitude
and "teachableness" of Ibe new recruits. In purely sailorly work they
required no Instruction, They would
hand, reef and steer, make knots ami
i splices, bend and stow canvas, row
and sail boats, mount tbe spurs, and1
do everything of a seaman's work mi
the ship, As oarsmen they proved
themselves the superiors of the whole
(loot, winning prizes in tbe animal re
gata at Barbados where they heat
the admiral's crack crow. But in tlie
gunnery and warship part of their
education they were, of course hack
ward hut nol so much so but that
ninety per cent, secured first class
passes when cxninined by a board of
officers on finishing their cruise. Thc
official reports to the admiralty and
Ibe governor were most oncournglng
as to tbe SIICCOSS of the movement,
It.  would   not  be  possible   fo   Imug
ine a greater transformation than the
HOW reserves exemplify, seeing them
before and after their voyage. They
en toy tbe advantage of consort Ing
with the thoroughly matured Jackie;
they model themselves on him; they
have regular ealesfhenles and of bet
exercises, and fhe prescribed drills,
and they are tn light orderly habits
and are properly disciplined. They n
turn better men in every way, and In
the inculcation or these more desir
able Units Into ber young men New
foiihind will henetlf by the move
ment. as much us Britain will. Tbe
movement Is popular in the colony,
| and the young men in tho (lulling vl
luges are eager to join tbe reserve.
The prospect is an attractive ono to
those doomed to the monotony and
loneliness of these outposts from \
childhood, and the chances of seeing!
a bit of the great world from the deck j
of a British battleship, as well as of]
contributing in some degree to the
patriotic, colonial revival of the last'
two or three years, form the chief
incentives to a large enrollment-
The men are paid a retaining     fee
of thirty dollars a year, and     their
pay, food, clothing, during their term \
of service    amounts to about    sixty
cents a day, wheras if they remained
nt home they would probably     have;
earned     nothing nt all, so little em-:
ployment is there iu this land in the1
winter and so dependent are the peo-
plo on the one industry.     It is note-1
worthy  that,     while agreeing to establish    tbe   naval     reserve In New-:
foundland,  the admiralty refused   to |
extend  it. to Canada,  fur the reason
thnt   the  contiguity   of  tbe   Maritime
provinces menu!  that a large proportion of the men trained there eventually join the     American navy, being1
templed thereto by tbe better pay and
easier limes which arc found in that I
service.   The   Work   in   the   American
uavy  is the lightest of any and   the;
pay is the best.   When British     war- ■
ships visit  American ports the greatest  precautious bale to be taken   to
prevent   fhe men from deserting   and |
joining the United States slops,   and'
the  British  authorities have  no idea I
of setting up an establishment in No-
vn  Scotlnn     waters tu train seamen'
for  Uncle Sam's navy    Tbe same ur- >
gttmonl does nol apply to Newfound ;
land, because tho island is so remote i
from tbe  American coast     line,  and
there is not the same frequency of in-1
tcrcotirso with the oaBtorn cities    as'
there Is in Canada.   Nor are (lie Can
adlun    fisher folk regarded as fiolng
■"""•'   - lilenal  for tho     re- j
here and although
BUhstnlltlnl   Induce |
the    concession     it |
,uted.
 ,...,   f.f SI.  John's     wlll|
probably follow upon the present pro ■
urnin.  The   advantageous googrnphi
if Newfoundland, pro
iiin (lie Atlantic, mid j
;  almost   located      in
iliceii   tllO   deslrubllily '
ig mado a naval base.,
then, the scheme isj
Mb groat possibilities I
navy in the future, '
h oi ii will be watch [
interest, especially by !
tho \inorlcnn naval authorities, who I
will eel many valuable losftoUfl from :
the working out ol tbe experiments j
Here The gonornl similarity between
Lho Newfoundland, Canadian and Am-'
orlcnn seaboards, tho characteristics {
of the people and the common trend1
ol industrial lib1 will make the naval1
reserve a matter of much interest to
all concerned in tbe naval progress of1
A Good
Resolve
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Brand
Flour
Resolve never to be Second Class in
anything, Nn matter what you do, try
to be a Kiim in it; Resolve to have
nothing to do with the Inferior. Do
your best in everything—deal with the
Best; choose the Best; live up to the
Best, and you eannoi help but succeed.
These are the sentiments that govern
the manufacture of ANCHOR
BRAND FLOUR and those that
use ii. li you deal with the Best
they will help you to choose the
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with HI .lollll'l
mill hi'i'iiii, ellhi
ul tin- poi-l lirin
liu Hie win,le.
one llillir.lll 11
fill-   Ih,-   llnlli-li
nml Un- iiroitrei
eil   Willi  ureul
A Good  Resolve
Mnnfci. by 11
Leitch Brothers Flour Mills, Oak Lake, Manitoba,
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE   AGENTS.
Catarrh Cured
1 can euro catarrh, no mat tor bow
0      VISIT DR. KELLEYS
ni
Sfeft       GREAT MUSEUM
MMMHMHiMiSSSSSI
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mutiny iiiteeilnii "i any mm m      Wi§ W
,    „        ,1   i Mii.-ii'ilin in the Went
In-line In which     tin-re ni" i-,,iii-i->.l i,m :      I, ut
nml iiwelllur, eillici  iii I lu- bi'ii'l     iii I    n,   Kelly   Disomies al Men. Twenty
,    ., .„ u  „.,  win,.' experience in tho treatment ol
I..,i, ii  i     Sliiee   i..nun     I ,, I-,, ,111 In-ilffl ! ■ ■ ,,
m-ouiiuu. un. w-i'iiknesit,    norvona    troilblos or. liny
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es.   I positively uiuirmili-i- n nit'e    "i   nun free uml strictly private, Trent
I incnl personally oi by letter.
iniiiii'V rnl led    tsinninei is Hie tltno
DR, KELLEYS MUSEUM
1 Ithe Anglo Huxon poworfi
to got rid of voiir nilniiti. cull   and
nee  inc.
Ml!   TAIYKK.
Pranbrnolt, B.O.
Resltloneo   near   N     \   Wultlniier'fl
realdfloct,
210 Howard Bl . Spokane, WaiU.
Repeal   it   "BUllcuVa Cure  will   always, cure my cough" and coldo " THE PROS rECTOIt,    CBANBROOK,    K
3EPT.  ll,  I'.mi:
PETITION   FOR     EXPROPRIATION
OF WATER RECORDS
To Hi- Honour.
The Lieutenant Governor In Council
The petition oi the Municipal Corporation ol the City ol Cranbrook
humbly showeth !
Whereas the Water Supply Com-
puny. Limited, whs on the 12th day
of March. 1904, duly incorporated un-;
«ler the provisions of tbe Water
Clauses Consolidation Act 1897, for
the following amongst other objects :
To construct and operate a water
works system for the supplying of:
the town of Cranbrook in the province of British Columbia, and the f
locality adjacent thereto, and the inhabitants thereof, with water.
Anil whereas the said Company on
the 12th day of duly, 1904, under the
provisions of the Water Clauses Con- j
solidation Act lSy7, obtained a certi-1
tieale from the Honourable Mr. Jus
tice Irving, pursuant t>> section 55 ot,
the said act,
And whereas tbe said Water Supply I
Compnny, Limited, pursuant to
tbeir charter of incorporation and!
the said certificate, have constructed!
and maintained works fur the supply-
Ing i»l water to the inhabitants of
tlie City of Cranbrook and vicinity I
and are now operating the same
And whereas on the 10th day of
October, 1904, the Company obtained
a record of one hundred inches from
tbe waters of Joseph Prairie Creek
to be used in the supplying of water
to the inhabitants of Cranbrook and
the vicinity thereof.
And whereas negotiations are now
pending between the city and the
Company for the sale by the Company to the City of the Company's
licence, works and lands, including
the said water record.
And whereas the available amount
of water in Joseph Prairie Creek is
approximately 1000 inches.
And whereas the existing records
on Joseph Prairie Creek are as follows : —
John Shaw, record dated 4th De
comber, 1868, transferred and assigned to Leon Fouquet. 150 inches
J. T. Galbraith. record dated the
23rd day of May, 1872        300 inches
J. T. Oalbralth, record for milling
purposes     dated   January  7th,   1874
500 inches
James Maker, record dated March
1st, 1886 500 inche:
B. C, Southern Railway Company
record dated the lfith day of Febru
ary,   1899 20 inches
J. W. Robinson, record dated the
17th dny nf  September,   1900,
50u inches
Win. McKenzie, record dated 2nd
day of December,  1899, 20 inches
Malcolm B. Heath, record dated
16th day of October, 1900     100 inches
Wnter Supply Co., Ltd., record dated    the    10th   day    of   October,  1904,
100 inches
Malcolm Horie, record dated the
3rd day of January. 1908      175 inches
Erastus Ltezert, record dated the
21st day of September. 190B 100 inches
Aad whereas the record of John
T. Galbraith for milling purposes
dated January 7th, 1874, is as follows :
Water record in favor of John T,
Oalbralth, the right to 500 inches of
water to he used for milling purposes to he taken out of Joseph Prairie
(.'reek about 1000 feet nbovo the Custom House and conducted in a ditch
or flume to the sawmill oil John T.
(Jatbraith's property atid to be returned to Joseph Prairie Creek at
about 600 feet below the Custom
House.
And whereas t he rettl ad of J a mes
Maker, dated the 1st of March, 1880,
Is as follows :
1886, 1st of March. Water record
of James Maker. Joseph Prairie
Creek record in favor ctt
James Maker, the r.Kht lo divert nut
exceeding 500 inches ol water from
Joseph Prairie ('reek to be taken
from two point:; on said Creek above
Munroe's cabin, for agricultural pur
poses for a term of ninety-nine years,
And whereas tbe City nre desirous
of expropriating 500 inches from the
said records and to acquire a licence
in respect thereof to be used for municipal purposes only, under the provisions of the Water Act, 1909.
Ami whereas the holder of tbe
milling record of John T. Galbraith
has not for a period of fifteen years
made use of the naid record or water
thereby granted,
And whereas the said John T. Galbraith or his assigns have no works
in connection with the same.
And whereas the holder of the re
Cord of James Maker dated 1st March,
1886, has not made use of tbe same
nor constructed any works in connection with the same,
And whereas the lands upon which
such records were to be used, being
the lauds owned by the said John T.
Galbraith and James Baker on the
dates respectively of their water
rights, and which are affected or capable oi being irrigated by said water
are lots 4, 6, 22. 29, 36, 25, 24, 28, 27.
and 33, in group one (tj, in OV dis
trict ol Kootenay, which said lots
have since been subdivided and sold
in part, and constitute the city ol
cnmbrook und vicinity
And whereas the persons whose
rights u is proposed to acquire are
the owners of the landi situate m
said lots.
And whereas the name ol the nearest stream available (or the purpose
of the municipality, other than the
waters of which it is proposed to
expropriate, ts Gold Creek, being situate from eight to ten miles distant
from tbe municipality.
An«J Whereas the approximate esti
mate of the cost of bringluj,' water
from the said Gold Creek to the mun
ieipalitv is from $120,000 00 to $160,
000.00,
And whereas tbe umount proposed
to be paid to the existing licensees
or their assigns for the extinguish
ment ol then1 rights, the acquisition
Of their works and for their loss gen
dally, 1h ont> dollm ifl.OOl to he
paid  forthwith
And whereas your petitioners deem
it to be necessary for the proper
maintenance of the water supply sys
tern, that the water should be stored
by means of dame or reservoirs or
in such manner as your Honour may
direct accord Ins to plans to I"' here
after furnished, and al such places as
your Honour may direct,
Now your petitioner humbly pray
oth that Vout Honour will be pleas
fid to grans leave to your petitioner
the Municipal Council of the Corpor
atloil of the City of Cranbrook.
1 To expropriate from the Hiild
records of John T. Gnlhrulth dated
tbe 7th day of January 1875, and the
record of the wild James Maker dat
ed 1st. day of March. 1886. rive
hundred (600) luetics, or thirteen and
seven tenths (13 7-10) CUblC feet per
uecond.    of   water  to  hi   Uktn  from
NOTICE
FIRST    SALE    OF   LOTS
THE NEW TOWN OF
IN
GARBOND
NOTICE
Alberta
WILL.   BE   IIEL.D   I1VT
Coleman, Saturday, Sept. II
And continue for three days.    Heller be there on Opening Day of Sale
The Free Railroad Pare Offer:
Buy your tioKol at Ooleman, Alberta, and return, prooure a rooeipt from tioket. agent for amount
paid ami we will aooept it, us part, of first payment on any Oarbondale lot you way purouase.
Lots $ioo Upwards |   CARBON DALE   1 Sold on Easy Terms
Is the Headquarters ot tlie McGillivary Creek Coal & Conk Company,
Mines ami Coke Ovens
Ll,!.
"The Pay Roll Town of the Crows Nest Pass"
Unusual Opportunities For
General Store, Hardware, Drug Store, Black-
smith Shop, Grocery Store and other mercantile establishments.
Values Hid Fair to  Double  Within   a
Short Period of Time
Lots may now be purchased at original prices
and on easy terms.
Builders and investors will find this an unusual opportunity for the investment of a small sum or the Constructor* of homes for miners for rental purposes
Lots may be purchased now on easy terms from the Townsite Company and relisted at an advance in price should the purchaser so desire.   Price list furnished free upon request.
SHARP 6c IRVINE   COMPANY,   spokane
WASHINGTON
Joseph Prairie Creek  In the District   dates set opposite each, namely
nl Kootonny in  the province ol BrI- Vnnconver   August 23rd, 24th, 25
tish     Columbia,     nnd the works HI Seattle   August   26th,  27th,  Ml
anyi constructed thereunder, and    to Kamloops   September  7th
acquire    another     llconco In respect Vernon   September 8 and 'J.
thereof. Revelstoke   Scptcmbor 1(1 nnd n
2   To     store     the said   water  by;    Nelson—September I
COAL    ANII   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
means ot ilninn i,r reservoirs or oth-
erwise and nt     such places as  Your.
Honour may direct.
And your petitioners will over pray:
(Soul)   Tbc  Municipal  Corporntlon
nf thc City ol Crnnbrook
Crnnbrook   Septombe'r ll and 1",
Fornio   September Hi.
Ornutl Kurt*   September Ik.
Owing to the members i,i the com- |
mission having nccepted nn Invitation
lu attend the    meetings ol the First
.1.  P, FINK, Mayor,  National Conservation Congress     ,,i
THOMAS M,  ROBERTS, City Clerk. I the United Suites, to be held in the-
TAKE NOTIOB that the above pc
titlon will be presented tn His Hon
our the Lieutenant Governor In Oniin-
i'il on Tuesday, the 6th dny ol October, 1909, at the hour ol 11 o'clock
in tbe forenoon, nt which time any
person affected by I he smile limy lie
heard.
Dated     this     25th day uf August,
man.
(i. H, THOMPSON.
Solicitor for City  of Crnnbrook,
whose    address     for   service is ltei'l
illock, linker Street. Oranbrook, B.O.
:ir,-.| I   Announcement will bo in
...   .       — Jit should be decided to bo necossory
I,AMI NOTICE. or advisable to lioltl meetings nt oth
— o  I er plan's.
Notice is hereby given that I. Oeo. FR18D .1. PULTON,
Wilson, accountnnt,  sixty days after! Chairman,
date    Intend    tn apply to the Chief Lnnds Department,
Notlco is hereby given that 30 day*
after date,  I  Intend to apply to the
lion    Ohio!   Couunlsslonor ol  Lnnds
and   Works for  a license lo prospeel
for coal   ami   potroloum on  the fol
lowing lands   sltunte in the Ilislriti
,,f Southeast  Kootenay,  British Col
umbia, in lllock 4593 : Commencing nt
a   post   Hint is planted  ut, or  near
throe    mile    onsl    of    the    39   mile
posl  on C.   I'.  II. survey lint'   which
is tho western boundnry ,,l  lol  45113,
ami being Hie Nortli Ensl corner post
nl tin' llufus ll. Sherburne claim
thence   wi'.si    olghty  ikiii chains;
thenco south eighty   (80)  chains ;
thonce   enst   eighty    (Sin chains ;
thonco nurth oighty   ikiii  chains;
to the point nl commencement, malting 040 ncres more or loss.
,,  ,     , Charles E. Webb, Agont.
havei been    canceled.   Arrangements Hnfus B. Shorbiirno, I
fur tlie holdings uf meotlngs ut these
places will be aiiuoiiiH-i'il later. 'I'Iu1
mooting at Kiimloups will ho held un
the 7th „f September, ami nut on tho  COAI,   ANII  POTHOLE]UM   NOTICE
30th ns originally   advortlsod, Other      N„tk.„ is ll(,,.,,|,v „ivo„ tho) :l„ ,,„vs
wise the Itinerary .remains the same. nftm. ,,„,,., , (,„;.„,, ,,, 11|)|)ly to tn0
Inter If | |.|0n    rjhlof   Oommlssionor of Luuds
and   Works lor  a license lu prospect
f
auditorium of tin- Alaska Yukon Pn
fllii' Exposition, Seattle, Washington,
on August 2111b, 27th and 28t.ll lust,,
the meetings cm the last day of the
commission in Vancouver, ndverttsed
for the 211th, and the meotlngs at.
New Westminster, August 27th ami '■
•al,
Locntod Augusl 2, pjiiii.
Victoria, B.C , 12th August. 1909.
CANC10LLAT1I
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, fur pormlssion to purchase
the following descrlbod lands in East
Kootenay.
Commencing at a post plunted ut
thc south west corner nf lot 5970,
thenee running south about r,n chnlns
tn timber license No. 215K2, thenee i Notice is hereby given that the ro-
eust 40 ehulns. thence north to lot servo on lot 4,830, 0 I, Kootonny
597U, thenee wesl tn pluee ,,t begin- DlBtrlct, notice of which bonrlng date
nine i of February    tlie 3rd, lllir.i. was pub
O ti- Wilson     hlsheil  in thc BrltlBh Columbia   On*
Dated August 20, 1909 35 9 ette ,,t February 4th, 1909, is cnnccll
-        - e,l, in so fat as the said Reserve pre
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT       vents the ncqulslon ol said luuds by
 " , pro-emptors, under the provisions   ol
District of East Kootenay section 83 ,,i the l.uiul Act.
.,. i T ~" ,    ,.   .,       , ROBERT A   R13NWICK,
Ink,. „„t„-,. thai the I rother. Lum ,        . 0onimlMloner „,  LrinnBi
ber Compnny, Limited, ot CraflbrooJ,   Uml, ,'„.,,;,,„,„.„,
Victoria, ll C . August 3, 1909, 30-12
—
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
for conl .uud potroloum on the fol
lowing lands situute in the District
of Southenst Kootonny, British Columbin, in Block 4598 : Commencing al
n post, thnt is plnntcd ut nr nonr
three mile easl. of the 39 mile
post on 0. P, It, survey lino which
is the western boundary nl lol 4r,'.t:i,
and being the North Wesl corner posl
of fho Oliver Orockotl claim
Ihenee south  eighty   (Kill  eliuins ;
thenee   east    eighty    I SOI  eliuins ;
thonco north eighty  (80) chains ;
Ihenee   wesl    eighty  (80) chains ;
I,, the puint of commoncemont, mnk
ing 640 neres more or less.
Chnrles 13, Webb. Agont,
Oliver Crockett, I ator.
I a toil August 2, 1909. 30 5
 \l,   AND  PBTROLBUM   NOTION!,
cupation, lumber compnny, Intend)
to apply (ni permission to purchase
ihe following described lurid.-. Com
menclng at a post planted al tbe
north west cornel ol tlmbei license
16664, thenee west forty chains, thonce
south twenty live eliniii,., thence easl Take a.
forty chnins. thenee north twenty-live Leask, i
chains to place ol beginning i Intend
Crotbers Lumber fo,  Ltd.     purchase
.1   F   Bridges. Locatoi   ' ol    land,
■9 i moncing
i southensl
RANBROOK   LAND   DISTRICT      thence In
Distil,-t ,,f Easl Kootonny.
Dated August 2i,, Due.
District nl Enst Kootonny
Take  notice  that   Jacob  I'm.   Fink
of Cranbrook, It  0 . occupation mer
-hunt, intends     to apply for permis
sinn to    purchase the following de
crlbed lands    Commencing al a post
planted     al  the southensl corner ol
lot      7317;     Ihenee south 00 chnlns .
thence west  in    chnlns; thonce north
r-4i.ii 4ii chnlns    i"
immencemont
Jacob Plus Pink
, piO'i :ir, a
Notlco Is horoby given Ihui 110 dnys
niter date, I Intend In apply tn the
Hun I'lilel Commissioner oi Lnnds
and Works loi n llconso tu prospool
fur conl ami potroloum on tho Inl
lowing lunds situate In tho Dlslrlcl
nl Southeast Kootonny, lirlilsh Cot
iniihia. in Block 1593 : Commonclng ul
Melville a post thnl is plallled nl or Hour
live      mil'     east       of   the      39      mile
posl on ('   P. R. survey line   which
Is tho wesii'ia boundnry uf Inl  4698,
uml bolng the North Eusl cornor posl
nl tho Oliver Crockett claim
thonco south eighty  ikiii ehulns ;
Ihenee   west    eighty  (Kill elllllns ;
thonco north olghty  ikiii  chains ;
Ihenee   east    eighty     IKlll  chains ;
to the poiul oi commoncemont., mnk
iur. tin ncres mm - less.
Charles 13. Wehh, Agent
Oliver t'nickel I,   I II tor,
InOAL    VNIl  POTROLISIIM   NOTIOB.|    Lurnii-d Am 1 II, 1900 30-6
, Notice li lion by glvon ih.it llll day
: ,11,-1 dale I nilen,I lu upply to tit
|on     (;h|0|   i-oii nloni'l   nl  Lands     Nolleti Is luu-ehy given thnl 110 dny
An
riled woman,
pormlssion to
III BlXty acres
dlows Colli
aleil al the
lol   8435,  and
il. tin- lolllll 4(1
mln      tllCI asl    III  chnlns,   Ihenee
all,   Pi ,1a,in
Ann,- Melville  Leask.  Locator,
II   Moltot
Dated Augusl 21st.  1909,
i      thnl  I.
eilplltloll       iii
I   'I ,v   loi
me hundred u
hounded us
al   a   post   pi
Inn
Agonl
COAh   ANII  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
00 chnlns; thenci
the  place of  the
Dated   Augusl  2<
and   Woii.
out
fill     II    lire.
'I   poll	
pod after
on   the   lol II	
th,. Dlslrlcl ami   Wo
lllih I    Cnl I'"   colli
NOTIOB
Public Inquirlei
iif
Alt
Notice Is hereby given thnl sittings
of tho Commission appointed under
the "Public Inquiries An." |nr thc
purpose ui making inquiry Into all
matters In connection with the tlm
Imr resources of the province will be
held at the following point, on     the
lowing  hiini a
,1  Kniithon i   Knoll
onI  in lllock  16911    Cniiil icing nl 11"
i   pin i    ti,ai Is planted   i    nonr "I
.in-     mil,,    inn i     ,,i     ih,-    39   nilh' "h
posl  on 0   P   Ii   survey  lino   which "
Is the wo tern I ndnry ol  lol   1693,  IIv
■mil hnlng the North Wesl en i pust   I"1
,i the iiiifii. ii   shorbiirno clulin
thence  east   olghty   ikui chnlns .
them- ill,  olghty   IK In,ino ;
thonce   wesl    eighty  ikiii chnlns ,
thonco nol Hi eighty  ikiii  chnlnt .
io the point oi commoncemont, muk
nr li'lu aei,-s more i
lie,  I  liilcnd  lo upply  lo th
lltlol   Commissioner uf Lnnds
it'll:,   lol    a   Until    lo   pl'ospci I
I   petroleum un lite Inl
line, lnnds lluiilo In lite Dlslrlcl
s,,nili,-:,,t   Kootonny,  British ''ul
.1,1a. in III,,, I,   1693 .  I' Iiclllg al
po-.l His' i. planted al ot lum
- mile ,.„ i ul I he 39 mile
.t on i' I' ii survey line which
I In- western hoiindnry ol lol  4693,
and being the North Wesl coiner post,
of the Oliver Crocltotl clnlm
thonce south eighty  ikiii chnlns ,
thenee    On ll    eighty     IKIII   cillllUS ,
thonco  north  eighty   ikiii  ehulns ;
llienee   west    eighty  IKtti ehulns ;
mult-
Lmm
pumry FLOUR
J
Oliver Crockett, L,
Located August 3, 1999.
•iitur. ju   post    that is planted   nt  or   near
30-5 throe    mile    eust    ol    the   41   mile
(tost mi O. P. R, survey lino   which
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTIOB, ||B  the  western  liniiudnry  of  lot  4593.
Notlco is horoby given lluil 30 days ami being the South West corner post
niter dull',   I  Intond to apply lo the lot   the Harry F, Lnndeck claim
I lun    Ohio!   Cummlsslonor of Lunds     l hem ust   eighty    (Kill chuins;
thonco  north eighty  (80»  ehulns;
und   Works for  a' license lo prospeel
lot- i I   ami   polroloui i the fol
lowing lauds sit mile in the Dlslrlcl
nf Smiihenst Kootenay, lliilisli Cnl
uiuhiii. in Block 4592: Commencing ul
ti  pnsi   thai is planted  ut   ur  nonr
nine      mile     east      uf      the      39    mile
posl un C, P. II, survey line which
is Hie western hoiindnry ol lol  4693,
ami being the North Wesl ■ post
,,f Hie fleorgo Wyltoo claim
thonco soin ii olghty  (80) chains ;
ihenee   easl   eighty    ikiii ohains ;
Hum "Hli olghty  (Kin ehulns ;
thonco   wesl    olghty (80J chnlns ;
to the i i of commoncemont, mnk-
liu- inn acres tnoro or less.
Chnrles E. Wehh, Agont.
llcorgo Wvke.i,  Locntor.
Locntod   litgnsl  4. 1909. 80-0
iiiAl,    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICIB.
thence   wesl.   eighty  (801 chuins ;
Hi e  soutli   eighty   (811)   i-|lallls ;   .
u ibe point of commencement., mnk-
III', 040 acres more ur less.
Chnrles E. Webb,  Agent.
Harry  F,  Lnndeck,   Locator,
Locntod Augusl 3, 1009, 30-5
Noflee  is  hereby   glvon   that   211 days
allot  date,  I  Intond to nppij  i,, tin,
Hon    Ohiel   i' laelonor ol   Lands
and   Winks Im-  it llconso to prospeel
lor   i-oal    ami     pi'll'olem    I tic   fill
lowing  lands   sltunte in Hie District
of Smiilieasl  Kootonny,  British  Cnl
ami,ia, in Block 1608    Ciiinmenclng at
a   posl    Hull  is plallled   al   or   near
three     mile    nasi     ol     the   41    milo
posl   on  0.   P.   II.  survey  line   which
la  the   western   I ulurv   ol   lot   4598, .   '
„M,| helm', the Snillh  Bus -tier pnul '''OAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
ol   Ih,. Hurry F.  Lnndock clnlm .    NlJiln, ,„ |im,|jy (,|VI,n ||mt 3d days
.thenee   westt eighty  tsui chnlns;     „ilol  nftt0|  |  inton<l In upply to the
ihi'iii-e nurth eighty  ikiii chains;     \\m    Oliiol   Ot ilsslnner of Lauds
  'i   "rhu    "in eliuinii ,    imi,|   WnrkH fur  u license In prospect
it  cnal    und    pell'nlelim   un   the  fob
I'llAI,    ANII   PETROLEUM   NOTICM.
Notlco is horoby given that. 311 days
ufter dute, I Intend to upply to tho
I Inn. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
und Works for u license tn prospect
lui- conl uml potroloum on the tol-
lowlllg binds sltunte in tho District
uf Suiitheiisi. Kootenay, British Columbia, lu llluek 4593 : Commencing ut
u pust thnl la plunted t at or nenr
llvi' miles oust ul the 41 mile
pnsi on O, P. It, survey line which
in t lie western boundary ol lot 4693,
ami bolng the Smith Eusl. corner pust
nl the Aiinii K. Webb claim
thonco   west    eighty  (80) ehulns;
II ii.lt eighty   (80) chains ;
tin asl   eighty    (811) chains ;
Uience south eighty   (801  chains ;
io the point of commencement, making lilt) ueres inure or less.
t'billies K. Webb, Agent.
Anna K. Webb, Locator,
Locntod August 3, tOOII, 30 5
Iliriire south  eighty   ikiii  chains ,
i   the   point   of   colnmciu'eli I.   mall
is  I,III ai'lea lltpro oi-  less.
Charles E. Wehh, Agonl
Harry  I1" Lnndcok,  Loonier
Lni'iileil Augusl 3, 1000. Hi.
COAI
Nol,
ll   PETRI ILEUM   NOTIOB
horoby gjvon thai 110 dnyi
 V   lo   till
Nollce is horoby ul
Her ditto,  I  Intond
tiialles  E.   Wehh.   Agent,    to  tho pnllll   ol  com lieelnenl
liilllls  II    Sherburne,   Locator,   lug I'Iu acres I    less.
Located Augur.t 3. 1909. 36-51 Charles K. Wohb, Agcni.
lowing liimls situate In the District
oi Southeast Kootonny. British Ool-
mnliiii, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post Ihal Is plnntcd at or near
live tniica ensl ol tho 41 mile
poal on 0, P. R. survey line which
is the weslein huundury ol lot 4593,
ami bolng tho South Wesl corner post
ol Ibe Anna  K.  Webb claim
II.,i,    Chlel    Commissioner of Luiulsi   Ihei   north eighty   (811)  ehulns;
I   Works lor  n llconso to prospect     thonco   ensl   eighty    (80) chains ;
im    conl   ami  peliuleuni .i\i tho Inl [   thonco si mill eighty   (80)  chains;
luwinr  lands   Bltuuto in'the District     thonco   west   eighty  ikiii ehulns;
,,f Hoilthoasl   Kootonny, British Cnl   to the point of commencement, mnk-
uml,hi, in lllock 4593 . Cnmuieuclui; ul, lug Hid acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agent.
Annu K. Webb, Locator,
Located August 3, 19119. ;u;-r,
COAI,   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Hint 311 duys
after dntc, I Intend tn upplv to tho
Hun. Chief Commissioner nf Lunds
and Works for u license tu prospect
fur coal and petroleum nn the lollowing lands sltllato in the District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Columbia, lu Block 4593 : Commencing at
u post thnt Is planted at nr nonr
nine miles eust nl Ibe 41 milo
posl on O, P. R. survey Hue which
Is the western lioundury nf Int. 4593,
nnd bolng the South Bust corner posl
ol the M. Wayne Twitchell claim
thence nortli eighty (80) chains;
thonce   west   eighty  (8(11 ehulns;
thence smith eighty  ikiii chains;
thence   east   eighty    (8111 chuius ;
to the point of commencement, milking 040 acres more or loss.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
M. Wayne Twitchell, Locator,
Located  August 4, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM   NOTIOp,
Notlco Is hereby given thnt 30 duys
after date, I Intend to Apply lo tho
Hon. chief Oommlssionor uf Lands
and Works for a llconso to prospoct
lor coul and potroloum on tho following lands situate in Hie District
of Southenst Kootenay, British Ool-
limhla, In Bluck 4693 : Ouiunionclng ul
ii pnsi Hint Is planted nt ur near
nine miles eusl nl I lie 41 mile
Pust on C, P. li, niiivey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4693,
und being the South Wesl. cor  post
I  the (li'olge  Wykes clullli
llienee   north   Highly   (Hill   ehulns ;
thence   emit   eighty    1811) eliuliis ;
thenee smith  eighty   (811)  chains ;
thence   weiil    eighty  ihoi chains ;
In the pnlul uf I'uiimieuceiiieut, milking Mil acres inure or loBS,
Chillies 10.  Webb,  Agent,
(leiiige Wykes.   I lor,
Local nl  Augusl  4, 1009, 306
TO RUNT,
On Crnnbrook street, near Hyde
street, u two room oVitlage partially
furnished.   Apply on tbe premises. THIli PK'iSl'KCTQlt,    ORAMIUOOK,    B.    C,   SATDRDAV,
4BPT. II, lit
PACK 7
fctfesd}
NO ANNUAL^'\>
TAX. V
If you with to Hit
eno of thoss Razors
without RISK or
OBLIGATION
your port, apply
to us for
a-otailol
FOR   SALE   ATTIIK 0HANBRO0K
BR1H! AND BOOK HTORRB
TENDERS    WANTbll)     KOR     THIfl
PURCHASE OK THE  PEARL
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersign*
ed at bis olnce in the Court House,
iu the City ni Urunbi'uuk, will bu re
ceived up to the hour ol live o'clock
iti the afternoon ol Monday, thu Gth
day of September, lima, tor tue purchase of the Pearl Mineral
Claim, Lot 8035, Group 1, Kootenay
district, which wan declared to bo
forfeited to the Grown at the tax
sale held lu tlie City of Oranbrook,
on the Gth day of November, 1900,
for unpaid taxes and coBta.
The upset price of tbe mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes and Costa at the time of
forfeiture, with Interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
in^ and fees for crown grant is $93.20,
which is tho lowest amount which
will be considered us a tender.
Bach tender must bo accompanied
by an nccepted cheque for tlie full
amount of the tender, payable at pur
to the order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lnnds, Oranbrook, D.O.
J. P. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Oranbrook, It. 0.
Dated this 27th day of July, 1900,
Oranbrook, D. 0, 31-5
TENDERS    WANTED     KOR     THK
PURCHASE OF THK REINDEER
MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at his office in the Court House,
in ths City of Cranbrook, will, ho received up to the hour of live o'clock
in the afternoon of Monday, the Oth
day of September, 1909, for tbe purchase of the Reindeer Mineral
Claim, Lot 4063, group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to be
forfeited to the Crown at the lax
sale held in the City of Crnnhrook,
on the 5th day ot November, 1900,
for unpaid tuxes and costs.
Tlie upset price of tbe mineral claim
which includes tbe amount of delinquent taxes and costs at the time of
forfeiture, with interest, tuxes which
hnve since accrued, costs of advertis
ing nnd fees for crown grant is $77.Su
which is the lowest, amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Kneli tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for tlie full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to the order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Crnnbrook, B.O.
J. E. ARMSTRONG.
Assistant Oommlssionor of Lands,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 27th day of duly, 1909.
Cranbrook, B. O. 31-5
TENDEBS    WANTED     KOR     THK
PURCHASE OK THK BLKHORN
MINERAL CLAIM.
■ — °—
Tenders addressed to the undersign
ed nt his office in tbe Court House,
in tho City of Crnnbrook, will be re
ceived up to tbe hour of tive o'clock
iii tbe afternoon of Monday, the Oth
day of September, 1909, for the pur
chase of the Elkhorn Mineral
Claim, Lot 2991, Croup 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to be
forfeited lo the Crown at the tux
sale held in the city of Oranbrook,
on the 5tb day of November, 1900,
for unpaid tuxes mid costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which Includes the amount or delin
quent. taxes und costs at the lime ot
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
hnvo since accrued, costs of udvertis
ing und tees for crown giant is $91.00,
which is the lowest amount which
wll) be considered as a tender.
Each tender must lie accompanied
hy an accepted cheque for the full
amount of the tender, payable ut par
to tho order of I he Assistant Com
mitisioncr of Lands. Oranbrook. B.O,
.1. K. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of hands,
Crnnbrook,  B, O.
Dated this 27th day of July. 1999,
Cranbrook, B. 0. ;;i r.
TENDERS    WANTED     KOR     THK
PURCHASE   OK THK  GOLDEN
CROWN   FRACTION  MINERAL
CLAIM.
Tenders add reused to ibe undersign
ed ut his office in tbe Court House,
in the Olty of Crnnhrook, will be re
ceived up tu tlie hour of five o'clock
lu the afternoon of Mondny, the 0th
day of September, 1900, for the pur
chime of the (lolden Crown Fraction
mineral claim, lot 6406, group 1, Kootenay district, which wus declared to
be forfeited to the crown ut the tax
sale held In the Oltj of Oranbrook,
on the fitb duy of November, 1.900,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of tbe mineral clnlm
which Includes the nmount of delln
quent taxes and costs nt. the time of
forfeiture, with Interest, taxes- which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
ing, and for crown grant is $511,50,
which Is the lowest amount which
will be considered us ir, tender.
Knelt tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the fulf
amount of the tender, payable at par
to the order w the Assistunt Com
mlssloner of Lnnds, Crnnhrook. B.C.
.1, |r.  ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Orntlbrook, B, O.
Dnted this gfth dnv of duly, 1000,
Ornnhrnolt, B. C, 31-5
WATER NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that un up
plication will he made under Part. V
of the Water Act, 1909, In obtain tl
license In tho Oranhrooli Water district.
(a)   Tbe name, address and occupa
tion of the applicant : Willinm G.
Peckham, New York City, In the
state of New Vork, U.S.A.
Ui) The name of thc lake, stream
or source : tni Supply Creek (b) Mirror Lake and extensions to Supply
Creek.
lei The point of diversion: (1)
from Supply ('reck iu the neighborhood of Mirror Lake ; CM the hanks
of Mirror Lake.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for : 2.74 cubic feet per seeoml.
(ol The character of the proposed
works : Ditches, Humes and pipes.
(fi Tbe premises on which the wnter is to be used : Sub lot 9, block
4590, group 1, Kootenny.
i^i Tlie purposes for which the wu
ter is to he used ; ordinary, domestic
nml agricultural.
HO It for Irrigation describe the
land Intended to he Irrigated, giving
acreage : I'he whole of said sub lot
9, containing Pie ncros,
(ii If (he wnter is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to he
returned to some natural channel,
and the dilference In altitude between
point of diversion und point of return : ant to be used for power or
mining purposes.
iji Area nf crown laud Intended to
he occupied hy the proposed works :
None.
(k) This notlco was posted on tbe
23rd day of July, 1909, and application will be made to thc commission
er on the 23rd day of Atlgust, 1909.
ih Olvo the names and addresses
uf any riparian proprietors or llceas
ees who or whose lunds are likely to
he affected hy tbe proposed works,
either above or below the outlet :
British Columbia Southern Railway
Company. Calgary, Altn., K. C.
Douglas, Wnrdner, B. 0.,
Chapman, Wardner, D. C, Oeorge
Pickering. Wardner, B. O.
O. H. THOMPSON,
Solicitor for
(Sig.)    Willinm G. Peckham.
(P.O. Address) Fort Steele, B.C.
Form upproved. Notice Is to be
Posted on Bull Uiver bridge lot 31)07,
group 1, and on tbe highway near
lot 3008, group 1, Kootenay.
Dated this  13th day of duly, 1900.
.1. K. ARMSTRONG,
Water Commissioner.
COAL   ANB   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 3D
lays after date 1 intend to apply to
the Honourable thc Chief Commis
loner of Lands and Works for a lie
ense to prospect for coal uml petrol
earn on the following described lamb
situated in Flathead Block 1593, East
Kootenay. district province nf British
Columbia, situated nt n post
one mile south and one mile west of
southeast corner of lot 8363, thenee
south Wit chains, thence west 80 chnins
thence north 80 chains, tlieuce eusl
su chnins. containing 040 ueres more
Locntor. Thos, Patterson
Agent, D. A. Gate.
Witness,   0.   M.  Conwny.
Located  June 30,  1909. 33-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Not ice is hereby given that 30
days utter dnte I intend to apply to
the Honourable tbe .Chief Commis
sinner of Lands and Works for a lie
ense to prospect for coal and petrol
eum on the lollowing described lands
situuted in Flathead Block 159:1, East
Kootenny, district province of British
Columbia, situuted at. a post
three miles south and one mite west
of the soutli enst corner of lot 8303,
thence south 89 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains, and
thence east 80 chains, containing Ob)
ueres more or less.
Locator, Jas. Doiigull.
Agent, 0, M. Conwny.
Witness, D. A. Cnte.
Loeuted   June 30,  1909. 33-r,
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTIOB,
Notice is hereby given thnt 30
days after dnte I intend to apply to
the Honournhle Chief Commissioner
of Lunds nnd Works for a license to
prospect for conl und petroleum on
the following described lands, situate
in Flathead, Block 4.193, district of
east Kootenay, province of British
Columbia ; commencing nt u post
situated two miles south and one
mile cast of the southeast corner post
of lot 8363, thence south 80 chains ;
thence east 80 cbuins, thence north
so chains, thence west 80 cbains    to
place
010 acres
commencement, containing
Locator, Edward 0. Mo-
Agent, D. A. Cnte,
Witness, 0, M. Conwny.
Dated July 24th, 1909. 33-;
CRANBROOK LAND D1STBICT
Ensl   Kootenay, Southern Division
Take notice that Walter B. McFnr-
lano of Crnnhrook, B. C, occupation
merchant, intcnda to apply for per
mission to purchase the following des
crlbed lauds : Commencing ut a post
planted about 10 chains north of the
southenst corner of lot 8435, thonce
cast 20 chains ; thence south 20
chnins ; thenee east 20 cbuins; thence
south 50 chains; thence west 40 chains
thence north 70 chains to the place
of commencement, containing 240
acres more or less,
Walter Bruce MeFarlano, ■
Dnted, July 24th, 1909. 34-9
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICE
Nol ice is hereby given that 30
days ufter date I intend to apply to
the Honourable the Chief Commissioner nf Lands und Works for a license to prospect for coul uud petrol
eum on the following described lands
situuted in Flathead Block 1593, Enst
Kootenny, district province of British
Columbia, situated at a post
one mile south and one mile west of
south east corner post of lot 8863,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
HO chains, thence south 80 chains, und
thence enst 80 ehulns, containing 040
acres more or less.
Locntor, Chus. Patterson
Agent, B. A. Cnte.
Witness,  0.   M.  Conwny.
Loeuted  June 30,   1909 33-5
TENDERS    WANTED     FOR     THE
PURCHASE   UF    THE    RUBY
FUACTKiN MINERAL CLAIM
—o- —
Tenders addressed to the undersign
ed at his ollke in the Court House,
In the city of Cranbrook, will be received up to the hour ol live o'clock
In the afternoon of Monday, the 0th
day of September, pjw, for the pur
chuse of the Ruby Fraction Mineral
Claim, Lot '1055, group 1, Kuoteuay
district, which was declared to he
forfeited to the Crown ut tbe tax
sale held In the City of Cranbrook,
on   the   6th day of November, 1906,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
Tbe upset price of tbe mineral Claim
which includes tbe ainouut of delin
quent. tuxes and costs nt thc time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertis
ing, nnd for Crown Grant is $50,50,
which is the lowest amount which
will he considered as a tender.
Each tender must, be accompanied
by nn accepted cheque for the full
amount, of the tender, payable at pni
tn tho order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Cranbrook, B.C.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lauds,
Oranbrook, B. c.
Dated  this 27th  day  of  July,  1909
Crnnhrook, B. C. 31-1
TENDERS    WANTED     FOB     THE
PURCHASE OF THK RUNNING
WOLF   MINERAL CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to the undersigned at his office iu the Court House,
in the City of Cranbrook, will be received up to tin; hour of five o'clock
in the afternoon uf Monday, tbe Oth
day uf September, 1909, for the purchase of the Running Wolf Mineral
Claim, Lot 4054, Group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to be
forfeited to tbe Crown at tbe tax
sale held iu the City of Crnnbrook,
ou the 5th day of November, 1900,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes ami costs nt the time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of advertising and fees for crown grant Is $89.95
which is the lowest amount which
will be considered as a tender.
Each tender must he accompanied
by an accepted cheque for tbe full
ainouut of tbe tendei', payable at par
to the order of the Assistant Commissioner of Lands, Crnnbrook,  B.C.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner nf Lands,
Oranbrook. B. C.
Dated this 27th day uf July, 1909,
Crnnhrook, U. C. 31-5
post on C\ P. B. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West comer oost
of the Walter J. Abbs claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) chains ,
thence north eighty  (80)  chnins ;
theuce   west    eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, mak
Ing 1^40 acres, more or less.
Charles  K.  Wehh,  Agent
Wnltcr   J.   Abbs,   Locator
Located July 24, 1909. 36-t
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice i.s hereby given that 30 days
after date, 1 Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner uf Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal und petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
n post thnt is planted at or near
tive mlts east of the 29 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is the western boundary of loi 4593,
and being the North West coiner post
of the Louis M.  Davenport claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) cbains ;
thence  north eighty  (HO)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
Li tlie point of commencement, making 040 acres, more or less.
Chnrles K. Webb, Agent
Louis M. Davenport, Locator
Located July 24, 1909. 30-5
Charle
Levi G
■Inly  27,
; K. Webb, Agent.
Monroe,   Locator.
1909. U '■>
TENDERS    WANTED      FOB      THR
PURCHASE     OK     THK     LAST
CHANCE  MINERAL  CLAIM.
Tenders addressed to tbe undersign
ed nt his office in the Court House,
in the City of (Jranbrook, will be received up lo the hour of five o'clock
in the afternoon of Monday, the 6th
day of September, 1909, for the purchase of tlie Last Chance Mineral
Claim, Lot 1002, Group 1, Kootenay
district, which was declared to bo
forfeited to the Crown at the tax
snle held iu the City of Cranbrook,
on the 5th day of November, 1900,
for unpaid taxes and costs.
The upset price of the mineral claim
which includes the amount of delinquent taxes and costs at tbe time of
forfeiture, with interest, taxes which
have since accrued, costs of udvertis
lag und fees for crown grant is $56.00
which is thc lowest amount which
will he considered as a tender.
Each   tender  must  be  accompanied
by an accepted cheque for the    full
amount of the tender, payable at par
to   tbe   older of the Assistant Oommlssionor nf Lnnds, Oranbrook, B.O.
J. F.  AUMSTIUING,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands,
Cranbrook, B. C.
Dated this 27th dnv of July, 1909,
Oranbrook, B. C. 31-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE.
Notice is herehy given that 30
days after dnte T inteud to apply to
the Honourable the Chlel Commissioner of Lands and Works for u license to prospect for conl nnd potroloum on the following described lands
situated iu Flathead Block 4593, Enst
Kootcaay, district province of British
Columbiu, situuted at -a post
three miles south and two mileR west
of southeast corner of lot 8363, and
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence enst 80 chains, and
thence south 80 chains, containing
640 acres more or less.
Locator, Anna P. Hughes
Agent, 0. M. Conway.
Witness, D. A. Cute.
Located   June 30,  1909. 33-5
COAL   AND   PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honourable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for n license to prospect for conl nnd petroleum on the following described lunds
situated iu Flathead Block 4593, East
Kooteuay, district province of British
Columbia, situuted at a post
three miles south and one mile west
of southeast corner post of lot 8363,
thence north KO chuins, theuce west
80 chuins, thence south 80 chains,
thenee east 80 chnins. containing 040
acres more or less.
Locntor,  0.   M.  Conwny.
Agent, C. M. Conwny.
Witness,  D.  A,  Cnte.
Located   .lime 30,   1909. 33-:,
ORANDROCK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenny,
Tukc notice thut I, Jolur Angus
Kergusson of Crnnbrook, occupation
clothing merchant, Intend to upply
for permission In purchuse the following described lands : Commencing
at a pout planted at the S.W. corner
of lot. No. H13, thence west 20 chains
thence north 80 chains, thence eust
20 chains, Ihenee south 80 chnlns to
place of commencement, containing
Kill acres more or less.
John Angus Forgusson, Locator.
Dated July 9,1909, 29-9
CRANBROOK. LAND DISTRICT
District of Kooteuay.
Take notice thut f, George Welch
of Cranbrook, occupation mil wny
conductor, inteud to apply for per*
mission lo purchuse the following described lands : Commencing ul. a post
planted nt the N. ID, comer of lot
(1527, thence easl 40 chains, thence
south 05 chnins, theuce west 40
chains, thonco north 65 eliuins to tlie
point of commencement, contnlnlng
two hundred, and sixty ncres more or
less.
George Welch, locator,
Bated' .Inly 10, 1909- 29-9
COAL AND PBTROLBUM NOTICE.
COAL AND PETROLEUM NOTICK.
Notice is hereby glvon that 30 days
ufter dntc, 1 inteud Lo apply to the
Hon. ('bier Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing u1
post that is planted at or near
nine miles enst of the 29 mile
post on 0, P. R. survey line which
the western boundary of lot ir>',i:t,
and beiug the North West coiner post
of the Oliver Crockett claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)  chain.-. ;
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  north  eighty  (80)   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, more or less.
Chnrles K. Webb, Agent.
Oliver Crockett, Locator,
Located  July 26, 1909. 30-5
coal   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice ig hereby given that 30 days
after dnte, I intend to npply to the
Hon. Chid Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and potroloum on the following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593: Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
seven mlies east of M mile
pust on C. p. B. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South Kast corner post
of the Levi (i.  Monroe claim
thence  north  eighty   (SOi   chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (SO) chains ;
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, milking 010 acres, more or less.
Chnrles K. Wehh, Agent.
Levi tl. Monroe,  Locator.
Located  July 27, 1909. 36*6
(three     miles     east     nf     the :i3  mile
i post on c.   p.  R.  survey line   wnich
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the South East comer post
of the Louis M. Davenport claim
thence north  eighty   (80)  chains .
theuce   west    eighty   ISO) chains ;
ihenee   south   eighty   <s"i   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chain? ,
to the point of commoncemont, making 640 acres more or less.
Charles  E.  Webb.  Agent
Louis  M    Davenport,  Locator
Located July 28,  1909 36-5
m 640 ncres more or less.
Charles E.  Webb,  Agent.
F.   Charles  Dassott,   Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND PETROLEUM  NOTICK
Notice; is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands sit nutq in thc District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing nt
a post that is planted nt or near
one mile east of the 31 mile
post on C. P, R. survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being thc South Enst corner post
of the Fred E. Goodnll claim
thence north eighty  (80)  chuins ;
tbence   west   eighty (80) chains ;
thence  south eighty   (80j  chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
to tho point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or loss.
Charles E, Webb, Agent.
Fred E. Goodnll, Locator.
Loeuted July 28, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice: is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowiog lands sltunte in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbin, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
a post that is plnntcd at or near
three milo enst of tho 31 mile
post on C. P. R. survey line which
is tho western boundary of lot 4593,
nnd being the Soutli Enst corner post
of the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
tbence south eighty   (80)  chnins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chuius;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E. Fehr,  Locator.
Located July 27, 1909. 30-5
COAL   AND PETROLEUM NOTICE,
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after dato, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lnnds situate in thc District
of Southeast Kootonny, British Columbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
three mile enst of the 31 mile
post on 0. P. R. survey line which
is thc western boundnry of lot 4593,
and being the South West corner post
of the Ulysses E. Fehr claim
thence   cast   eighty    (80) chains ;
tbence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
tbence   west   eighty  (80) chains ;
tbence  south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 040 acres, more or less.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E.  Fehr. Locator.
aa:ateil  July 27, 1909. 30 5
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notlco Is herehy given that 30 days
after date,  I  intend to apply to the
Hon.   Chi*f   Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for  a license to prospect
for coal   and   petroleum on the fol
lowing   lands situate in the District
J Southenst   Kootenay,   British Col
umbia, ln Block 4593 : Commencing at
post    thut is plunted   at   or   near
five     mile     east    of     the 31     mile
post on C.  P.  B. survey line   which
Is the  western boundary of  lot 4593,
and being tbe South East cornor post
.f tbe Ulysses K, Fehr claim
thence  north eighty   (80)  chuins ;
tbence   west    eighty  (80) chnlns ,
tbence south  eighty   ikiii  ehuins ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
tu the point of commencement, mult
line 640 ncres, morn or leas.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Ulysses E,  Kehr,  Locator.
Located  July 27,  1909. 30 5
'OAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given Ilmt 30 duys
after date,   I  intend to apply to the
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner of  Lands
ud   Works Tor  a license to prospect
for ( I   and   petroleum on the fol
wing    lamb; slttiato lu the District
Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col
mnhla, In Block 4593 : Commencing al
post   that Is plunted   ut   or   near
ammmmmm^mmmmmammm^mB^mmmm^m^m^mmm^m^mmm.      live     mile     oust     of - the  31     mile
Notice in hereby glVOII that 30duys!pnst   on tl   P.  B. survey line   which
after date,   I  Intond to apply to thoj Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
Hon.    Chief   Commissioner nf Lands nml being the South West corner posl
and   Works for  a license to prospect of the Levi G. Monroe claim
fur coal    and    petroleum on the fol-     Ihenee   east   eighty    (HO) chain
lowlhtf    lands situute In Ibe District,    thence  north eighty  (80)   chain
OOAL   AND PETROLEUM  NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date. I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal ami petroleum ou the following lands situute in the District
of Southeast Kooteuay. British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commonclng at
post thnl is planted at ur neai
nine miles cast of the 31 mile
post on 0, 1'. R. survey line which
the western boundary ot lot 1593.
uml bolng the South West coiner post
if the Kred E. (ioodall claim
thenee   east    olghty    (Kin chains ;
thence  north  eighty   (80i  ehuins;
tbence   we^fc    eighty  (80) cbuins ;
tbence   south  eighty   (SOi   chains ;
to tlie point of commoncemont, mnk
ig 610 ncres,  re or less.
Charles E.   Webb,  Agent.
Fred  K. Goodnll,   Locator,
Located   duly  20,  1909. 30-5
COAL   AND PETBOLEUM  NOTIOB.
Notice i* her, by given that 30 days
after date, I Intend In upply to the
: (on. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license In prospect
for coal an-1 petroleum nn the following latins situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, in Block 1593: Commencing at
a post Hint is plunted at or near
three mile east of the 31 mite
post ou C. P. B. survey line which
is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
and bolng the North Kast cornor pnsi
of the Walter W. Hay claim
thence  south  eighty   (80)   chains ;
thence   west    olghty  (80) cbains ;
thence  north  eighty   (SOi   chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80i cbains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Charles K.  Webb.  Agent.
Walter W.  Hay,   Locator.
Located  .lulv 27,  1909. 36*6
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given Hint 30 dnys
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coul and petroleum on the following lnnds situute in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
a post that is plunted nt or near
three mile ensl or the 31 mile
post on O. P. R. survey line which
is thc western boundary of lot 4593,
and being tlie North West coiner post
uf the Charles K. Webb claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;
tbence   east    eighty    (80) chains ;
thence  uorth eighty   (80)  chains;
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
to the point of commencement, milking 040 acres, more or less.
Charles  E.   Webb,   Locator.
Locntod July 27,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM   NOTICK,
Notice- Is hereby givon that 30 days
after date, I Intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of hands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum nn tbe following binds situate in tlu* District
nf Southeast Kootenny, British Columbia, iu Block 1593: Commencing at
post that is planted at or near
live mile east, nf tho 31 milo
post ou 0. P. It. survey line which
Is the western boundnry of lot 4593,
and bolng the North Kast corner post
of the Charles E.  Wehh claim
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80)  chains ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80) cbains ;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
to the point of commencement, making 640 acres, more or less.
Chnrles E.  Webb,  Locator.
Located  July 27, 1909. 36-5
COAL    AND  PETBOLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thut 30 dnys
after date, I inteud to upply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds
and Works for u license to prospect
for coal nnd petroleum on the fol-l
lowing binds situate in the District I
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbin, in Block 4fi93 : Commencing nl 1
post that is plunted at or near |
live mile east of the 31 mile
post on 0, P. B. survey line which;
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the North West comer post. I
of tbe Chiulcs K.  Wehh claim
thence south  eighty   (80)  chains ;    !
thence   eust   olghty    (80) chnins ;
thence  north  eighty   (80)   chuins ;
thenee   west    eighty (80) chains ;
1 the point of commencement,  muk
iriK 640 acres, more or less.
Charles   K,   Wehh.   Locator
Located   July  37,   1909,. 36 5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice is horoby given Hint 3i> days
after date,   I   intend  to  upply *tn the
Hon. Chief Commissioner ol Lunds
and Works for a license to prospect
for coul und potroloum on the fol
lowing lauds sitlinto in the District
t Southeast   Kootenny,   British Col
umbia, in Blink 4693 ! Commencing at
post that is planted ut or near
seven miles enst of 31 mibi
post 011 0. P, B, survey line which
Is the western boundnry of lot 1593,
und being the North East corner post
of the Walter J.  Abbs clnlm
theuce   wchI    eighty  (80) chains ;
Ihenee south  eighty   (80)  chains;
thenee   cast   eighty    (80) ehulns ;
tlieuce  north eighty   (8(1)  chuius ;
to the point of commencement, making 040 nerOfl more or less.
Charles E.  Wehh, Agent.
Waller  J.  Abbs,  Locator
Located  July 27,  1909. 36-5
COAL    AND   PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notlco is hereby given that 30 days
after date. 1 Intend to apply to the
Hon, Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for n license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lnnds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia, in Block 4893 : Commencing at
a post that is planted at or near
three miles east ol the 33 mile
post on C. P. It. survey line which
is the western boundary' nf lot *593,
and being thc South West corner post
nf the Louis M.  Davenport claim
theuce   east    eighty    (80) chains ;
thence   north   eighty   (80)   chnins ;
thence   west    olghty  1 sui chains ;
tbence south eighty (80) chains ;
to the puint of commencement, mak
lug 640 acres more or less
Charles E, Wobb, Agent.
LotllS   M     DnVOnport,   Locatoi
Located  July 28,  1909. 36 :■
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply lo the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
uud Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lauds situate in the District
of Southeast Kooteuay. British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 . Commonclnii al
a post that is planted at or near
live miles eust. of I lie 33 mile
post on 0. P. B. survoy line winch
is the western boundary of lot 1593,
and being the South East coiner post
of the Harry F. Lnndeck claim
thence north  eighty   (Siti  chains .
thence   west    eighty   t.soi chains ;
thence south eighty   (Hi)i  chains ;
tbence   east    olghty     (80)  chains ;
to the point of commoncomont, making 640 ncros more or less.
Charles  K.   Wehh,  Agent.
Harry  F.  Lnndeck, Locator.
Located  July  29,  1909, 30 5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai 30 days
after date, I Intend lu apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lnnds
nnd Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the lol
lowing lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay. British Col
umbia, in Block 4593 : Commencing al
a post that is planted at or near
live miles east gf the 33 mile
post ou C. P. R. survey line wnich
is tlie western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South West, corner post
of the Harry F. Lnndeck claim
thenee   east    eighty    (80)  chnins ;
thenee  north  olghty   (80)  chains ;
thenco   west    eighty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty (80) chain.-. ;
to the point of commencement, mnk
Ing 61o acres more or less.
Chnrles E. Webb, Agcnl
Harry K. Lnndeck, Locator.
Located July 29, 1909. 36 r.
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Hint 30 days
after dnte, I intend to apply to tb'
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect I
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate in the District
uf Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing .it
n post thut is planted ut or mar
seven miles east of the 33 mile
post on C. P. B. survey line which
Is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the South East cornel post
if the Oeorge Wykes claim
tlieuce  north eighty   (SO)  chnlns ;
thonce   west    eighty  (80) chuins ;
thence south eighty  (80)  eliuins ;
thence   enst   eighty    (80i chains :
to tlie point of commencement, mnk-
ing 610 acres more or less.
Charles  IC.  Webb,  Agent,
(icorge  Wykes,  Locator.
Loeuted  July 29,  1909. 86-5
[COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
j   Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date.  I  intond to apply to the
lii,n    Chlel   Commtscloner of Lands
and   Woiks fin   a License to prospect
im  coal   and   petroleum t»n tbe following    lands situate in the District
of Southeasl    Kootenay.   Britlsn Lol-
nmbia. in Block  !:,:»;; . Commencing at
,i   post    that is planted   at   or   near
seven    miles    east     oi    the   33 mile
p»..st on c.   !'.  ft. survey line   which
is  the  western  boundary  of   lot  45y3,
and being tbe North West corner post.
ol the Maud Bassett claim
i   thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   east   eighty    (80) chains ;
thence north eighty   (80)  chains ;
thence    west     eighty   (80)  chains ,
to the point ot commencement, mak-
j im.' 640 acres more or less.
Charles K. Webb, Agent.
Maud   Bassotl,   Locator.
Located  July 29. 1909. 36 5
COAL \ND PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notue is hereby givon that 30 days
aftei date I intend lo apply to the
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
and Works lor a license to prospect
f,ii noal ami petroleum on the following laud.-, situate in the District
oi Southenst Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4693 Commencing at
-< poi t thai is planted at or near
nn, mite east oi tbe 35 mile
post ou 0. I' l: survey line which
is tbe western boundary oi lot. 1593,
and bolng the North Kast cornet posl
I   tlie   Fled    K.   (Ioodall   chum
thonco wesl oighty (80) chains;
theme unutb eighty (80) chuins;
tbence easl olghty t*oi chains;
ihenee north eighty (80) chains ;
in tlu- poim oi commencement, mak-
ing 640 acres more or less.
Chnrles E   Wehh, Agent
Kred tf. Ooodnll, Locator.
Located .lulv 30, 1909. 36 5
COAL    AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is h
aftei  date,  I
Hon    Chlel
ami   Works f
given thai 3d dnys
d 1-, apply to the
ui asl oner of Lnnds
license  to prospect.
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lunds situate in tlie District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Cnl
umbia, in Block 4593 ; Commencing at
post Hint is plunted ut or lit ur
seven miles enst of the 33 mile
post on 0, P. It. survey line which
is thc western boundary of lot 1593,
and being tlie South West corner post
of the George Wykes claim
tlieuce   eust    eighty    (8ID  chains ;
Ighty  (80) chains ;
ilghty  (80i chains ;
Ighty  (8ii| chains ;
commoncemont, mak*
conl   ami   petroleum on the folding    land-, situate iu  the  District
Southeast   Kootenay,   British Col-
hla, in Block 1593    Commencing at
a   post    ilmt  is plnnted   at   or   near
one     mile    'easl     of     the     35  mile
post ou C  1'.  R, survey line   which
is  the   western   boundary  of   lot   4593,
ami being tlie North West corner post
,.[ the Fred   K. Qoodall claim
tbence south  eighty   (8l)(  chains ;
thonce   enst   eighty   (80) chains;
thence north eighty  (80)  chains ;
thonco    west     nighty   (80)  chains ;
to the point oi commencement, mak
ing Ola acres more oi  lesu.
Charles E. Webb, Agent.
Kred  K,  Qoodall,  Locator.
Located  duly 30,   1903 36 5
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thut 30 days
ufter date, I intend to apply to tbe
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on tlie following lands situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, in Block 1593 ■ Commencing at
a posl Hint is planted at or near
three miles east of 35 mile
post on 0. I' B, survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the .North East corner post
f tbc Wm   M. fiulwitft claim
tbence   west    olghty (80) chains ;
thence south eighty  (80) chains ;
thence   cukI    oighty    (8U> chuins ;
tlieuce  north  eighty   (80)   chains ;
to the point ot commencement, mnk-
Ing 010 ncres mole or less.
Chnrles  K.  Webb,  Agent,
Willinm  M. OniwBs, Locator
Located  .Inly 30,  1909. 36-5
OOAL    \\n PETROLEUM NOTIOB.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon Chiel Commissioner of Lnnds
nnd Works loi a license to prospect
for coal and petroleum on the following lands situate in the District
ot Southeast Kootenay. British Columbia, in Block 1593 : Commencing at
a posl that is planted at or near
three miles east of 35 mile
post on C. ip. It survey line which
is the western boundary of lot 4593,
and being the Nortli West coiner post
of the Wm. M   Qulwlts claim
thence south  eighty   <80i  chains ,
thenee   east    eighty    (SU) chains ;
t hence   north   olghty   (80)   chains ;
theuce   wesl    eighty (8U) chains,
to tlie point of commencement, mak
itii; 6lu acres more or less.
Charles B. Webb, Agent
William M. Cuiwlts, Locator
I nted July 30, 1909. 36-6
tbence  north
thence   west
thence  south
to the point ol
injr 640 ucius moro or loss.
Charles K, Webb,
George Wykes,  I
Located   .lulv  29,   1909,
Agonl
COAL
AND PETROLEUM  NOTICE
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM   NOTICE
Notice is hereby glvon thut 3D days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon Chlol Commissioner of Lands
and   Works for   u license to*|lrospccl
for coal nnd petroleum op the following lands situute in the District
of Hoiiihen-i Koolctmy, British Col
umbia, in Block 1593 . Commencing nt
a  post   thut is plan toil  at   or  near
one       mile     east      ol     the      38       llllie
post nil C, IV B survey line which
is the western hoiindaiy ol lot 4693,
and being (he North   Kast  col nei  posl
of the .lames D. Lowman claim
thence   west    eighty ihui chains ,
thence   smith   eighty   (80)   chain ■ ;
thence   east   eighty    (HIM chains ;
tlieuce   north   eighty   t80i   chains ;
to the point oi commoncomont, mul.
Im; 640 ncros more or less.
Chnrles K   Webb,  Agonl
.lames  D   Lowman,  Locator.
Located   July  28,   1909. ;it, 5
I hence
t hence   -mmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm
thence   west    eighty  (80) chains
thenee south eighty   (80)  chnlns ;
to the point of commencement, mak
miles    easPof   tho "29 mils'ing 640 acres, more or less.
lowing lands situute in the District
of Southenst Kootenny, British Ool-
uiuhiu, in Block 4593: Commencing at
a post that is planted at or uoar
three
COAL   AND  PETBOLEUM  NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date, I intend to apply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands',
and Wotka for a license to proflpect j
for coal and potroloum on the following lunds situate in the District
of Southeast Kootenay, British Columbia, iu Block 4593 : Commencing ut
a   post   that Is planted   at   or   uear
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTICE
Notice la  horoby  given  thnl   30 dnys
alter  dute,   I   Intend  to upply   lo the.
Hon.   chief   Commissioner of Lunds
und  Works for u license to prospect
[or coal   and    petroleum on the fol
lowing    lands situate iu  the District
Of Southeast    Kootenny,    Drltitdl Col
umbia, lu Block 4593    Commencing at
a   post   that is planted   nt   or   uuar I
seven    mib'H    east     nf    the   33 mile
post on C   p. It   survey line   which ;
Is the western boundary of lot 4598,
and bOtng the North Kast corner poni
nf tbe K. Clmrlos BnffteM clnlm
thonco   \sc,;t   olghty ikoi chains .   ,
tlieuce  south  olghty   18O1  chains .    '
tbence   eusl    eighty    (80) chains ,    j
thonco  north eighty   (80)  ehuins ;
to ibe point uf commoncemont, mak-j
Notice Is hereby givon that 30 days
after date, I intend to upply to the
II,.11 chiel Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for a license to prospect
foi coal and petroleum on the fol
lowing lands situate in the District
oi Southeast Kootenay, British Col
umbia. in Block 4693 : Commencing at
a post that is plunted at or mai
■even miles east ol the 36 mile
post on 0. 1' It survey line which
is  the   western   boundary  of   lot 4698,
und bolng tin- North Kast corner post
ol the Ben K Palmer claim
thence west eighty (80) chains ;
tbence south <ik'hty 1H111 chains .
theuce east olghty (80) chains ;
thence north eighty <80j chuins ,
to the point of commoncomont, mak*
Ing til" acres more or less.
Charles  K.  Webb,  Agent.
Bert   K.   Palmer,  Locator,
Located   Jul)   3'b   1909, 30 5,
COAL   AND  PETROLEUM  NOTIOB
Not|Cp is hereby given Hint 3(1 days
after dnte, r intend to apply to the
Hon chief Commissioner of Lnnds
nml Works U>\ 0 license to prospect
for cnal and petroleum on the fol
IowIuk Inndn altuato in tlie District
ot Soiitheatit   Kootonny,  British Co).
tiinblft, In Block 4503    Com uclng nl
n post that Is planted at or near
oven miles easl of the 36 mile
posl on 0. I' It survey line which
is the western boundary nf lot 4593,
ami being the North West coiner post
nf Ibe Beit K   Palmer claim
thence south eighty ikoi chains ;
Hience   enst   eighty    (80) chains ;
thenco north olghty («o> chains;
llienee   wesl    olchty two chains ;
to tin* point of commencement, muk
Ing t'lo neres mon or less.
Charle* K, Webb, Agent.
Pert   E, Palmer.  Locator.
Loeuted July 29, 19W, 8C-6 PAGE 8
THU PBOSPBOTOR,    CRAN'RKOOK,    B.    C,   SATURDAY
I'T. II. 1909,
MOST OF US
Musi ni us think ,,i I'luiiii's■econinny as cheapness in tho
original cost; few ot us
slop ki think thai cheap
clothes menus something
cleverly hidden behind n
presontahle appearance
Lion
Brand
Clothing
For Boys
The clolhiiig i>( chnr
:n-1i-i. st> le and depend
aliilil) is clieap and good
Made from all wool fab
rics, with double seal,
knees, double stitched seams and pockets, concave should
ei's, unbreakable fruiUs, double elbows Every fashionable
idea is represented, and we know of no belter clothing
anywhere.
Suits $4.50 to $6   Knickers 50c to $1.25
Burns  Bros
•     •••••••    «A«
LOCAL   NEWS.
I   Chickens ripened on Friday,
\. ,1   Brad; nl Pernio was in to
ol Moyie wns in
ll   ll   Dimmock
the city Friday.
Forests     fires were    burning    near
Mayook tins week.
Constable Joe Walsh ol Fort  Steele
was in town Thursday.
a lame number ol   our   townsmen
spent   Mondaj  ..i Creston
J   Cook and   .1    B   Mourn ,,f pros
tun were at  the Royal Friday
F.   ,t    Smyth, editot   ul   tho Moylo
Lendei  was In town Thursday
Dr, Connolly   ft'as   al   J alii nj   3a(
urday on  professional business
Mi   ,,.i,i    Mrs   J     Walsh     ol Fori
Sti elo  ivere   n  the cil y  Monday
Iteiil ..I
litoi   Thn
Moj ie wns
sday
K
was
'   Smith ol  St    Mary's Prairie
Kucsi  ni  the Boyal  Friday
Mayot   i*'oiii   and  Mrs   Fink return
od Saturday lasl  from Revelstoke
Mi. ana    Mrs. w. Hulsall climbed]   j„ Toronto   they made up  a train I
Bake!  mountain on Monday. |0j 23 car  loads ul Harvesters and  it!
Sktdooed     lor the   west.       They do
some    things vary   appropriately    in
the cent belt
Mrs. 11.  Sutherland will recelv
September 16th.
K,  A.   liill ol
city Tuesday.
Moyie     was in the;
W. I).  Hill .,
lor Vancouvei
nl Bon left Sunday last
Mrs   K.
visiting n
nail ami
Spokane
The west is being civilized very
rapidly. Iu the old days thefts were
very rare. With the advance ot eiv
lliiatlon comes tbe report thut a fur
Cache at Athabasca landing has been
Mrs. p. u. Hope left last Saturday (robbed.
" " v,s" '" '''^"'k irTwYomNrT"
daughter were
his   week.
The Oyclorunin, that is used iu the'
first net ol "in Wyoming", walnut;
Mack's piny of life in the West, wbieli
will be seen here in the noar future'
was painted by tho well known artist
Mr. o w. Wogner This drop rep
very day to tltaenta weeks ol     patient nml tiring
it      the fait   w,"'li.   '<   1B  seventy live  feet   wide und
forms the background ol the    Dalbyj
ranch    and   shows   in tbe distance,
Mrs,  B,  El we 11 and children reluin    miles    away,  the   snow rapped      Bin i
oil "ii   Wednesday    from n   visit to Horn    mountains   with the    sandy,
Vancouver. caotuB-grown plains in the foreground
.1. Balfour, tin-    well known insur
inee agent  was lu tho city this week
A.   McOowan
Wednesday from
and   stiti,
i   visit   to
returned
Montreal
Horses    are arriving
take  part   in  the      i ares
ground,
new Masonic
in the  near
Construction ou thi
Temple will commence
future,
A   uilUibel       i»l    "Kidds"      go!   busy
Saturday     last and broko    Into the
« nrehouse ol C   T   Rogoi s
Mayor Fink has
and Wednesday o
holidays,
declared Tuesday
ne\t week civic
Mr. nnd Mrs I*' Simpson were at
Edmonton tin-, week attending n ena
ventlon ot die press  \ssoclntlou
A   large   numbet   ol    Ci anbrookites
were ,,m in- ,tt   Pert \   Creek  Monday
i-:.i-'ie>,.[i and A
iuvor were ie tbc
'['ail
Tin
Free demonst rat Ions
iii pure food product
amphell j)  Manning')
il   Qold   Stan
this   week   at !
The Popular Store
Crnnhrook. '*«*
ns  Mis
Bur .
i   Mrs
were
F    H      I la
,'ere In thc
a  regular monthly   con vocal Ion o
Rocky  Mountain     Chapter  It    A.   M
will be held in     the Masonic Tempi
, Tuesday evening next
	
u    .1    Mi Cowan oi
commene
the grow
ibei of sportsmen in i run
re planning huntiug trips u
.lav with the opening ol
Taplin ol
mopolltan .
irhtei   ol Win
-'. smopolitnn
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It WillPay You j
irl   nnd     tfa
dermere     were .it   the
I    .....
Mi    nnd   Mrs   E   S    Butli
B ■ ■ .... irj     nei ■ .:.
.'. .    : . sd
K  H   Smith .-;    NY- n
\ ■   . • Ti rnnto wer
IV, ilnesday.
directors    ol the   agricultural |
>■ sparing    no pains   t,, umke |
.1. w. li,
senium thi
the cits th
X T() Bear, Thatwearcnowreceiv- ♦
inn our fall goods. The J
newest   and    best    are   ♦
v ll.-ii. and J C. Mills
were registered nt tin
Wednesday.
,1 Cal
Clan
♦
♦     ri-i
♦
Fhis
none too good tor you   J
\   111     Mind(   ;'»d;>"M-icesai;enght  X
X  nwmummmmmmmmmmmaw.      Kindly call and inspect   I
X
X THE RAWORTH BROS. !
♦ x
X   C. P R. Watch Inspectors Cranbrook  ♦
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THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sulci only L\
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441  Hastings Street,
Vancouver,  B. C.
WRITE   FOR   DESCRIPTIVE   CATALOGUE.
Hranrh Stnrr    .* 13 Josephine  Street,  Nelson.  B C.
George   Wplrli,   Selling   Agent,   Cranbrook.  II C,
H.    H.    STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.    Business,
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Phone 56
THE QUALITY^ j
Gold Standard   ♦
leas and Coffees ♦
PEACE and CONTENTMENT will surely reljcn X
in the home if you use only ♦
i
I      ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR       ♦
X Makes lie.M Bread ♦
: \
: CAMPBELLSMANNING I
I Staple and Fancy Orocers *
.1 .1 Coitsans, and -Miss Couzans
,,,1 Chatham were registered nt the
: Cranbrook  Monday.
II E, Jnmicson, Mayor ol Calgary,
inn,I tl. Tempest ,,f Calgary were nt
the Cranbrook Wednesday.
Mrs. T. (Iill and children returned
home Saturday Inst from a two
months visit nt Morris, Manitoba.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Wilson loft on
I Wednesday ou a holiday trip to Toronto, Montreal nnd other eastern
I cities.
P. Lund, manager of the Crows
j Nest Lumber Co., of Wardner, and
Mrs. Lund were Crnnbrook visitors
I Monday.
V. M. Buckles of Calgary, .1. John
son of Moyle, and A.Allen ofMarys-
ville were guests nt the Cranbrook
Thursday.
Did  you   ever   see   more glorious
weather than   we are now enjoying.
Warm days, eool nights, and business good.
i Our big fall Fair will he held on
I September 14 and 15. Bring the family, and don't forget, to leave the
! dog at home.
! W, Whitehead of Moyie,A. .1. John-
'son ol Prank, nml L.   P. Ralnslorth
of Spokane    were guests   al. the C
mopolitan   Wednesday.
.1. Dlnnn of Toronto. .1. MeTnvish
ol Moyie, and P. (1. Campbell ol
Montreal were registered nt the
Cranbrook Thursday.
Mi It.S.llarrett, of the Prospector
stall,left Wednesday tor the eust and
will visit Toronto und other eastern
cities before he returns.
Messrs .1 li McBride, .1. Mcflwcyn,
lv Watts. P. Parks and 11. Moore
visited Hull river Monday. They report having a very pleasant  time.
Thc Mall and Empire says1. "With
the idea that Canadn cannot build a
navv without graft we have no sympathy " Senlici lias The PrnspoC
■ or
A      Q    Stall,   ol     Spokane,      II.   S.
Billot oi Toronto, P. Li f Ta< a,
II 11 Cnrloy ol Nelson, und 0. 0.
.1, well ol .lullrav    wore at  the ('ran
l,l,,,,k   Wednesday
,\ meeting oi the W, C. T. I'., will
-be   held    in   I lie     I'l e.hylel lull   ClllltCll
on Sunday evening next, ufter the
regulni service All members nre
rpquc t,-,i t,, nttoml
W .1 Millsnl'i ol Toronto,!,, Illnns
„l Vancouver, tl II Boulton of For
III.-. I'. Hooey ol Mncleod, ami .1. II.
Anthony ,,l Winnipeg, were guilds at
tl.,- 1 mill,root.  Monday.
In Wyoming, a drama ol ranch life
,n that stale, will be seen at the
Auditorium, In the nonr future, with
n complete iconic production und nn
excellent  nctlnii ' puny.
I,ah,.1 111,v 1:, essentially 11 working
man' . holiday and employers ol labor
should as int un possible do nothing
lo   ileplive   then   employee,,   ol   the   till
Interrupted pleasure ol ll
11 in Took or II. K, Penry lind
)>t..111'I.I Irom tlio north pole cold
ami  icpoileil  I hill   il  was In be found
in pnying qunntity, sevetnl thousand
Kootenny prospt ols would start
l,,r the polo, and gol  thoro too.
All  the newspaper     bosses were at
Ed Ion   Mils    week   holding      then
annual convention In the inennliine
devils, printers, and reporters, nnd
oilier near editors will show 11 long
snlteling ptlbllO just, how 11 relll puper
should  be  conducted.
TOWERS FISH BRAND
WATERPROOr erf**,
OILED
CLOTHING
will give you full value
for every dollar spent
and Keep you dry in
the wettest weather.
EVERY GARMENT
GUARANTEED
WATERPROOF
mitnWKK.
Tom CuAtus dim CioniiNc Ce.nToMMo.Cu.
■•i. • «■.*-*'.
STEWART'S
The Leading Fruit Store.
PlIKRKKVlNO PKACHES.
I'l.IMS.  I'K.MiK. (,'HAH-
ai'pi.ks. Tokay Graphs,
Melon's.   Tomatoes,
CUf.'tlMIIEKS.
HAZEL WOOD li'Kl'KKAM,
STEWART'S PINE
CHOCOLATES
HUGH STEWART
Armstrong Ave. Phone Ift
...
T
I
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CROUP
1 f)tnppt<(] In 20 ntiuutt>.4
sunt with Dr. Shoi>]>'a
<'n>UI)    Itniilitiiy.    One
test will surely pnnn.
No vniiiitiiijr, no dis-
A siiIm ami iil«a?iitiHsyriiii-riUc.lirii((glsts.
ihii.MiWr^.t.m^MVti/iiiVtWiVti.M.Mf'^
We will back |
Our Roan
Team
Against the
Fire Team
in u race to iiny part of tho
city. Now it takes » good
team to bent tho tire teum but
we have carefully noted things j :
and to prove our assertion w
would nsk someone to give its :
a trial.
Just ring us up for a
Moffat Stove
And ring in a
Fire Alarm
at   the same time and as we
state    above   we'll    back   our    >
Alex McCallum
to   be   at   the scene of action
some minutes hofore
Jimmy Foster
Try us for a
Moffat Stove
"The Best in all Canada"
MGOallum&Go
The Hardware Men
At The Smile Store
T-R-0-Q-R-L-A-T-P-I-F
Can You Guess What This Means ?
A Souvenir at Our Store for Everyone That Can
COOO FOR THI8 WEEK ONLY
KUtUR
Bench Tools
Look over youi work-bench—s« if
youi looli ait all in good condition.*- Dots
youi saw cut ai taut and ai easily as you could
wish?   Is your hammer ttut and well-balanced
and is the handle secuief
la replacing or buying new tools insult yourself
against tuth tool misfortunes by getting
KHNKiirm
ToolsandCuUaiy
They have edges that last; adjustments permanent;
hang and balance exact; lastalifetime withordinarycare.
All Keen tiuttw Tools and Cutlery fully guaranteed.
WdtUtbtm.
J. D. McBRIDE
HARDWARE Cranbrook, B. C.
M**»>*«^»«V^*H*V»A*V»**»V¥¥¥W**>¥l*M*r^Mr%**
C. R. WARD. MnnaK'ur
C. S. LITTLE, BecretHiy.
The Cranbrook Agency Co.
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE 3BO P. 0. BOX 19
Cranbrook,
B.C.
^WNN<W*WNrVNN^^*^*V^^^rVVV*»*V^^.^»^W
Fruit  Ranch  for   Sale
I5f>4 ncreA of hench land, within tho three mile radliiK of
ami overlooking the city of Crnnhrook, together with new
frame limine and sta hie, lug ice limine and Ice, complete kit
nf ('Hi-pouter's nnd idackKiuiths' tools, Including forge, cart
and liarneKK, horse harness and top buggy, etc., etc., is offered for Kale hy thc owner at a bargain.
This land is » sandy loam, does not need irrigating, although water can bo put on it 2 different way», and is at
leant ten degrees warmer than bottom land ; will make Ideal
sttli divisions.
Household   Furniture   for  Sale
(Jonalat'ng In luil'l of Now rlrnlo Williams I'lium, nmliiiBiiiiy
li'iiini', Ionic puttiirn, (1550.(10,) curved mOBir. cabinet, sollil
mill ilinlng chain (leather noatctl,) iron anil brass hciln.
ill'OHHCi'R nml 1'iimiiiiMlen, "Honvcnlr" rnnite, upright lientlnK
siiivr, parlor anil bedroom mimum and niBH, refrigerator,
nil pnlntingfl, library, etc., etc.
Auction Sale of 5 Acres
FRUIT TRACTS
Look out for my Mammoth Auction Sale of 100
live aore fruit tracts September 14 and 15 next
Phone No.
206 B
D. B. DuImage
P. 0, Box
315
Terms can he nrranged on tiny of the above lots.
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PATMOEE   BROS
Heating   and   Plumbing
Engineers       ■     .     .     .
X
X
X
OUR AIM Is io ghf, the comfort-seekcr tlio fullest Bonso
nt comfort with the least sonBO of apparatus—the most satisfying roBttltB nt tho least expenso of fuel und of labor, with
freedom from repairs, and a durability equal to the life of the
bnlldinga in which the heating systems are installed.
Our Systems of Heating meet those requirements exactly.
They are llieellleient, silent, reliable servimt of tho house owner
■ -an adjunct which does more for the cheer nnd boalthfulness of
hoine-llieth an any other material feature or decoration of home
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I NATURES FERTILIZER !
To get the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
Dried Blood   Fertilizer
Try Our    Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
Phone 10
P. O. Box 3.
i $.{*««-»»»
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I! Ham and Bacon
Our smokod meats are always fresh stock. We
nre sure that if you try them once you will agree
wiih us that they aro tho best flavored and most
wholesome smoked moats you have ovor eaten.
P.Woods.sCo.
PHONE 57
P. 0. BOX 154
♦ ♦
>♦♦«*♦♦♦+«
21 y Binning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAIRS NEXT TO ARNOLD ft ROBERTS
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »»♦♦»;
D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOMOITHD.
HOUSES
Knr   Halo or Kent "I  lleaaonabla
Prlrau,
Offico& Workshop—Lewis St.
Shon. No. IH,
UNDERTAKING
Calls Promptly Attended
BAY PHONE   No. f>
NIOHT PHONE No. 280
R. H. DWYER.
Funeral   Director   and   Em
balmor,  in charge

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