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Array P)t
togmdoi.
W :*'1 Ol tl|. ill.
Vol. Ki.
FOREIGN NEWS
Premier Botha Tells dis
Ambition.
GREAT RUSH TOCANADA
CRANBROOK,   B.  C,    SATURDAY,   MARCH   !?'>',
WIO.
No. it;
Islied that this process will go mi
ami. that in place af having coinpnra
I tively few good mines, hs is the vase
today, we    shall eventually    have u
! great many being developed and op-
' uratcd at a prolit.
EXTRAORDINARY   MINES
"lu Hritish L'uliuntiia we have what
t should think to he one of the must'
extraordinary   mines     in the world,,
Canadian Northern Hallway to Hate
terminal* It Avonmoutn.
Forelgu Nows
Zeerust, South Africa, March 'ii.
lu a bpeech here, Premier llothu unit!
oue of his dearest umliitiims wus Co
create the best colonial defence force
In the empire, and one that would
represent both races. It Is considered that Itntlm's recent speech at Pretoria finally disposes of the quection
of a coalition government.
DRKADS TAKlPF REFORM
London,   March 23.  -Speaking at a
tree trade demonstration today For*
figu Secretary ilrey suiu he dreaded
twill reform in     imperial politics BKj.^JIi'',-'U(,vXpmlJ'it
■ mticli as in bomo politics.    It meant | ..„., „«*"_     _" _"
nunc duties within     the empire, nnd
if duties which   were i«|iused  niisetl
prlet'N tiieiv  would  he uu overwhelm
ing demand that     the (-•lunitil uttlce
here should have a     sny  in colonial
tarirtrt and tJmi  would  be the «reat-
dapKer they could     have to imperial
unity.
namely the Brest Le Roi mine at
Konslarut. It is a fact, gentlemen,
that today there is not one dollar
with a peuny piece -of anybody's
money in that mine. There was once
put into It n few thousand pounds,
but within a short period the money
was drawn out again, and since then
the whole of the large amount of do-
velopHient work aud the extensive
ei|ittpmutit of the property hnve hern
paid for out of the product ol the
milt?. Yet people in Kn^land will
sny: "we don't want to hear any-I
thing about Ilritish Columbia mines,!
\Vv have your dimmed Lc Roi nml
we never got a penny out of it,
Hut they roust be prepared to take
similar risk.,- iu Ilritish Columbia
miner) to what they have done in
those' of the Rand If they would
make thc mines of this country become more prolit producing. Old
country people put thousands of
pounds into Rand mines before they
made any profit out of them. They
knew well they had to put it in if
those mineH were to be properly developed, and having put it in a return
nunc to them in due time and ever
since then they have been regularly i
receiving' dividends from sonic of
those mines. Money must first lie
put into mines if extensive and ef-
... is to be secured,
and after we get sufficient money
put into our mines we shall have
them properly developed, and many
of them will yield prods and reflect
credit on those operating them.
MILL MEN IN
60NVENTI0N
Held General Meeting in
Nelson.
.
DISCUSS  LEGISLATION
fhe lumbermen Were ull Optimistic
Reuarding the oiitliink for
the Coming Year.
the lumber Industry
handicapped uml its
tarded.
will be
dovelopm
I2XTBN8ION OF LICENSES
"Recent legislation nt Victoria also
came In for .v-nit' attention from tbe
nice 11 ml- particularly the question ol
i in- tenure ol special licenses. The
action "i the government in granting
the umv, expected and much desired
extension  Is a     *
^Atisractton
hound to h
.inl effect,
nil
'   nu
ot very groat
iimbermei
extri
bi
etl
GREATEST YEJAR VET
"Tin- lumbermen of the In tor lot*,
those who wero ut iln- meeting nml
also those who for 'various reasons
wore pre von ted from 'nttondlnK, aro
.-ill most optimistic regarding the
outlook for tlie present yoar nnd with
tho splendid prospects realised, as it
is Imped thoy will bo, this yen
sIh.iiM bo the greatest In tho history
ot the In
of Mritis
ili.'i
COAL
"Not only have we gold, silver,
lead, copper, zinc and iron in considerable quantities, hut we have enormous deposits of coal, some of which
have, I think, been developed alone
sensible lines and so have been more
.'successful than many of the metalliferous mines. The people who haVe
acquired coal properties have in several instances put much money into
tlii-.ni,  and as a consequence,  we have
a number   or large and     productive      	
coal-mines    in     British Columbia,] manufacturer
while there nre    others on the other
side of the     mountains in     Alberta.
The     greatest   and most contini
DISTRESSED  URITISH  SEAMEN
London,March 22. The departmental coiiunlttev ou distressed seamen
report tlmt in the cases of Canada.
will .Australia there has -been'a generous disposition to co-operate with
tit-cat Britain in -the repatriation of
auch men.
GLAD TO HAVE C. N. R.
London, March 22. -The lord'major
of Bristol congratulated the citizens
on tbe fact that since the Canadian
Northern had chosed Avonmoirth as
Its port, two or more ore carrying
steamers totalling 25,000 tons have
been otdered for Canada. -■'•-' •
TARIFF WAR,    AND   STOCKINGS.!
London, March 23.-The threatened ! h „„„„«♦..*■ «.""«* ";. •"-"«."■
tariff war between Canada and tbe }Jg" constituting the Canadian Min-
United SUtes has led to doubled j ^'w! *! wfl*1 iWiU1 **Ve rea
bOriiery orders with Leicester firms I f™ftbl«' ■»« h«"est "dyice to inves-
and bad given enormous stimulus t» SSkiremS** &&S&& lmve » Breat
industry. Machinery will be running ZS^T- S on y0ur "holUd-
juil ti» till the end of the year. S^fS    laynMJl     Tl* look to
, ' i mining engineers     for advice    as to
THE RUSH   TO   CANADA i their investments   and .for   efficiency
London, March 23 -An extra AUm! }" "■*"'"« W^V0"8, *■ " *"' there*
liner, the Grampian, sailed today for !„mhifT t, yi R.t0«UB t0 "■ you aK
Canada with  1,650 passengers.     The ™bIjf her?    in Vancouver
Several matters og great Importance were dlsctissod and dealt with
at the general mooting ol the Mountain Lumber Manufacturers' association held in Nelson Mondny. Tho
one to which greatest interest attaches perhaps wits a decision to
adopt the Mississippi valley rules in
the grading of the bottor dosses of
i pine lumber. The object of this is
1 to get a better classification of
grades in this particular kind of lumber. The meeting also endorsed the
odd length resolution adopted ut the
convention of western Canada lumbermen held at Vancouver a few
mouths ngo. Among other matters
taken up were labor conditions, the
position to be taken before the Hra
insurance commission when it sits iu
Nelson in regard to fire insurance
matters and recent legislation at. Victoria, particularly that relating to
tenure of special licenses, the extension of time granted by thc govern
ment being heartily approved.
One of the     most satisfactory Tea
tares of the gathering wns the spirit
' optimism which prevailed;'all tho!
^^^^ presont    agreeing tlmt,
this promised to be a record year for
the lumber industry
Industr
luinbin.
in the unci mi
Nelson  News.
CHAOTIC SALE CONTINUES
Wa ud\ Ise yuu
i anticipate youi'
we
lis ii e e il
wanl y
In iniui'  nml  !•>
I I      IMVKI      kll
t'ltiiis 111 every dt
liiirtineiit.
in
A GREAT MONEY SAVING EVENT FOR YOU.
I'lniiii
Ilii- (fi'
limn'.
..iii'
ui'
Wl
lerof this
■ I niiiii'lili'
We 11:i v.• endeavoi
ill'i'i- musl pronoiii
SK nml al! of   nexl
attains will   COO'
make iln
val
III Ilu' llIM  Wi-
how wi'M nm
•i< ni
•iini'i.
ve been apprenluiHil,
Think
III
the
S|
lendld
'con
im -
il
uppoil
mil
e r
til
- sale i
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LOCAL  NEWS.
*■*■* *■* * ••*» ;■• • *-.}"»>•"••.?> i>-$,'hi
Tomorrow is Bastoi* Sunday.
Qo to the   Edison theatre tonigl
Mn'/elwood  buttermilk ut Stewar
Choice eating     and cooking apples,
at Campbell iii Manning.
We Want You to Examine Our Prices.
We Quote Only a Pew of Them
Bel
o\v
Dainty Spring Wait?
.ailing' Colored l.lueu Walsls,
 "    :" ilur   prl
G. G, Jewoll,
city iMiiniluy.
J. II. Fowler, of
town Wednesday.
if Jaffray was In tho
Seattle, wus in
It. W. Whitehead, of Nelson was al
the Cranbrook Friday,
The ex-niayiir of Boattlo
lectures ul' Mr, Lewlius wore
lie IiiiiI ever hoard,
the
dost
llnzelwi.
"day.
crouni nl   Hiewni'i's
, . „     In this |uu't, of
source of    wealth any     countrjilcaal •*" a>mVr-
V.   Dunkorly,  nf Trail,
lay lust in Oranbrook.
Ucli.
inetl,
Sal...
Sal..
advan-
have ls that of largely, and
tngeously. produced coal.
HONEST ADVICE TO   INVESTORS
"I am sure such a body of men as
THOSE   PRESENT
('.
Mill..
•lllll      P,
re In tlio
.).  ICIIngonsmlth
city Mninlny.
Get    your
Mniiay next
very store in
Tomorrow is
church.
multitude of clamoring immigrants
was so great that th; Allan line had
to remove the furniture Irom Its Liverpool oHIces to moke room for them.
PKOSPKCTS OK MININi* IN B. G.
Address sf Chairman of Western
B a'no'h Mining Institute.
Prospects For Mining.
. At the recent ' mooting of the Western Uranch of the Canadian Mining
Institute,: ,tlie president, Campbell
Sweeny, manager of the Bank of
Montreal, Vancouver, surveyed the
, mining situation In the province. He'
. >«id>-- -, ..      •:■■•"-
"Twenty odd years ago I came to
British Columbia, and by the time t
had beeu here Ioiik enough to form
-an opinion of any. value of itt* potentialities, I became convinced that.
mining would become one of the important industries of the province.
1 remember well that In almost thu
iflrst report 1 made 1 described mining as ithe great oil chance of the
•country. It is a great satisfaction
lo me today to be warranted in nny
ing 'that long ago it had ceased to
iba. merely an ofl-chance, for it has do
-veloped into a most material factor
Hn our industrial himlness life. It hai*
pawsed through many vicissitude.
during tbe Interveninir
„.      I am
sure there is a held before you that
fully  nistilies  your organization and
your    presence    here today.   I must
congratulate the     city upon     being! pany, Klko; I). It
privileged to     hnve you here at this
time and, In sonclusion, I have much
pleasure in    heartily     endorsing the
welcome Mr.     Buchan,   on behalf of
the city and its hoard of trade, has
so cordially extended to you.
The meeting took place in the
board of trade rooms, there being Cnmpbol
present the following: Otto Lnchmiiml
of the Arrow Ijaket- Lumber company;
President Otis Staples and D. 0. Anderson of the Otis Staples Lumber
company, Wyelifie; F. HJ. Slue of the
Bowman Lumber compnny Revel-
stoke; K. i-J. Brooks of the Adams
River Lumber company, Chase; K. W.
Stevens of the A. H. Rogers Lumber
company, Bnderby; V. M. Pennock
the Crow's Nest Pass Lumber company, Wardner; U. AIcNichol of the
Porto Rico Lumber company, Moyie;
A. B, Watts of the Wattsburg Lumber company, Wattsburg; .lohn Han-
bury of the Nortb Star Lumber com-,
Yates and    W.  HJ,
Baste
an'ning.
novoltlos    ut'
s n legal holiday, aud
town will be closed;
I'Js'-tPi  Sunday.   Get
ulotlnls, then    j*;o to
Tlie  travel   lecture-.
f each lasts two hours
moment.
Mr.   Lewtaa :
■ll   lint.  H   dull |
uRsorleil
■ B
Whllu they lost fur $l.2!i
W'liii.- Silk \V,ii>,ix nicely irim
ii liiniiBil Humility, regulur y.'i '■<.
price $2.70
Dress Goods
7 plives in ly   nf   llji'hl   TvfiM'il   Spring
Drpss (loiids in stripes, clieclis und   pliiln
colors, width fid ini'lies.     Regultti' til.50,
price $1.05
Flannelette Underwear
Wimieus' Pins White (flannelette Drawers, I ii in uuiii wild eiuliroidory, «ood val
ii.'s ill (1.85    Sale price  <Mlt j
l Ihildren's and MIS9BS li'luiineletle Draw
,-t's. nssorleil colors, Regiilut' price 5ui*
Sale price 25t
English Driving Gloves
lu Tau only. Regulur ft!."5. Sale
price $2.00
Small Wares
See lln1 snaps nlt'uieil un the simill wure
lulilo . lucliiiliiif; cum lis, linl'oltes, fancy
pins, beauty pins.
Shirt>
I" dozen i
sofi
U nr f\.
be.'
s,  every line
up lo $1
Men's!
iiy, Men's Crape Shirts
Iur, assorted colors, ull ^iz.'.-.
(1.50.    Sal.' price
Shoes
Hiir reductions iu Men's Pine S
i Canadian ami American! nuikei
eluding new s|
duced
I lui Youths'Shoes, regulur
Sale price 	
Neckwear
Men's new  spring   neclcweui
of pallcrns  and   shapes.
Sale price	
Felt Hats
Mun's Sol'l h'ell Huts,   ode lot
lines, all sizes, regular
Sale price	
Mull's Mule Skin
price   a^^^^^^emmaxmm
Regular $12 and ale suits for Men
price	
Regular SiJO to $-5 Serge .Suits for
Sale price	
It will pay yuu to examine our
prices.
with
Reg
95c
runs
50c uud 75c
up lo M
a Inrge
Regulai
 40c
I broken
I values
$1.50
(JlOVHS,   special
50c
Sale
$9.65
Men
$15.85
ith ing
.1. Balfour, .if Calgary, anil C.
Ilroilt'r. nf Spokane, wero gucsi.i
the Oranbrook  Monday,
I aster Millinery .mil
ladies Costume
Opening, Wednesday
and Thursday, March
2.1 and 24 and following days.
McCREERY   BROS.
Successors to Burns Bros.
Reid Block Cranbrook, B. C.
Foii/, ivmo, u. w.   ltiu-M ami    vi.  k.|    sulntrl)    Qticon Olives in
Uooke of thc Cooke Lumber company (Jamphell &  Manning.
Kaslo; Mr. Whitehead of tho Western |
Oanadn Timber cninpany.  Nelson; W.
N. Pool, of the Yalo-Columbla Lum
WRECK Kt MoNBILLIK
file City     Sanitary    In
— — -     mniieil onloi's to have tin-
ber I'liiiiiuiny, Nelson; It. H. H. Alex-i ami
antler, wecretary     of the Coast I.iiin
tiernien's association, and W.  A. An
j stie, HOiiretary of tlie Mountain I.iiin-
' ber Manufacturers' association,
Engine Rolls Down Kmbanltin-ut
Tbroo Mw; Lose THiir Lives
yards cleaned up,
MR, ANSTIE INTKllVrKWI'il)
Speaking of the meeting last even
ing Mr.     Anstie snid: "A most    Im-
——^^^^i^^—— I portant decision whs readied at tills
The worst railway accident that ha* meeting when it was resolved to
happened, during the past few years adopt the well known Mississippi
on the;Cr.ow's Nest branch, occurred vnlley grading rules for all high
on Saturday morning last about UI grade pine lumber. This is a siitne-
o'clock at McNeillie siding, about' what radical departure from the
one mile wesl "of Kitchner, in which system which ' has'prevailed hereto
three man lost their lives. ; fore in the Interior of Hrjtish Coliim-
A freight' train was backing up on- Ilia, where ' the grading in the past
a side-track, when the tender jumped; has not, provided ns close a sopara
the track, overturning, plunged both! tion as prevails in the older lumper
lender- and engine doWtt a steep em-'centres. Tho"■ diminishing supply of
banknfeilt of nearly .100 feet. ..white    pine in     the   United ' States
On the engine were engineer. lames coupled with the fact, that there is
Oarson, fireman' ' Donald Campbell,! only a limited quantity of this cleflir-1
and brakeman Arthur. -Kurd,—Kord, able tlmliel jn Ilritish 'Columbia,
and Campbell were killed outright,: however, makes it Imperative that n
while engineer Carson hnd his leg' change should he made in order that
broken in two places, and received the manufacturers should get the
iatci'nal  Injuries from which lie died  bcnollt of the market
Weather permitting tin
will give a concert at the
en Monday evening.
Iiiiiii.
ipector Ims
buck alleys
Cltv blind
baud .n nml
This is a cash sale.
We cannot make
any charge entries
or send out goods on
approbation at sale
prices.
Nest Friday  is All Foul
.hum's
the city
c. ii.
Ili.-ier,
Friday.
Joyce
Friday.
andorson, Spattlo,
of    Spokane,  were
day.
Mayook, was
and 0,
ln  li
Choice
Stewart'
llou.
nl Ilia     pine      apples   nl
litis Staples, 'president of tho litis
.Staples Lumber company of Wycllflo,
wns III  the city  Wednesday.
('. 0. Douglas; Win. Watson and ,
A. C Merritt, ,,! Truro, N. 8., were.'
cranlirook visitors Tuesday.
. Cucumbers,   lettuce
i splii'lcll,  and  green  t
art's today-.
parsley, celery,
ilons    at rttmv-
********************************************
\ Do you favor the |
I ARTISTIC?!
Celery,
Campbell
lettuce     and
& Manning.
cauliflower at
Carnntf0JI8, Itnses, Kaster Ullies,
Hyacinths and Violets nt Campbell
,\:- M inning.
A meeting nf the Hoard of Trade
was lii-M uu- Tuesdaj .'veiling at
which considerable business of a lo-
ca'l imliire was discussed.
'lesions    in
Thr musl   heautiful
PAPEK will In- IuuikI at iiiv store.
Iif a (ileasurc to show them to vou.
WALL
It will
..       u    time and Its] oil rtiina«y"nlj(lit at the "it. Hugdiiei is'lcii t"hat"tbe"new \yXm"TKJa[
apa and downs have heen acute. hospital |ng w,„ „ot „llly pro», a ll,,m,|1-''^
WILDCAT   DAYS '   I stated that the engine turned! the manufacturers but also     will be
, .   I",v''r 'l*ve"»   tln,m I" Kolug down the wolooincd by the trade gonorally   The
"Ho soon as It became apparent to einlmnknient. change In the grading 0! pine luuibe
iw£Lm W" J'l, A'""'L    K"nl' ""ll   ivi" n«»»«ltot- a change in  prii ,
'.??■!?_.."■mpbe1.1 wa" l**l|l 'mm the  future .mutations which will he nRU
luted by the   competing    centres of
eastern and     middle Canada and by
■1. Hirtz, of Klko;
Flogstone; and O. D.
kau'e; were guests at
Sunday last.
See O. II. I.eask £ Co., for plan:
lor spring building and be ready ti
start with the opening of the aonson
the world that oar mountains did
Absolutely contain minerals of eon
Mlderable value, and tt*at these occurred In quantities to Justily their
exploitation, the world flocked to
our country aud everybody who had
■ inloef.il prospect found a ready
purchaser as though It hnd been a
mine. A prospoct wns acquired and
a company organized. One million
dollars was usually the nominal cap
Italiiatlou and 11 shares wore sold
at 10 ceats each. The vendors or,
promoters took $900,000 of the stock' Wednesday
and the remaining   (100,000 wns put A SKCiinii   WltKCK
Into the    treasury   and    afterwards     Sunday   evening about   7:30 p   m
sold, realizing, at 10    cents a share, another   wreck occurred half a   mile
110,000.   Tlun thc   company    wasted  east of  McNollHc's     aiding'        Two
| hoavlly loaded_rirs of a freight triln
undertaking parlors of W. It, lleiittie
on Tuesday afternoon, when a large
Dumber of trainmen from the Brotherhood of Locomotive engineers, the
Brotherhood of Hallway Firemen,
and the Brotherhood of Hallway
Trainmen, nnd thc Ladles Auxiliary
thc B. of L. K., followed the remains
of Arthur Ford to the cemetery. The
remains of Donald Campbell were
taken to Fleming, Saskatchewan, on
Final  returns of the assessed value
of the city, not Including the school
distriel,  for 1910 amounts to $1,220,-
liTli.     Last   years    assessment
$1,039,3IM.
Thomas Caven, M. P.  P., returned
F   Downs    ,r | Sunday. Inst from Victoria.   "Tom".
Lackey of Spo-  r,"'1""''*,1 ""I   K;'v,;n',!"','t is.'"'"''
the Oranbrook   tHan willing to deal kindly with the
I rnnliriiiik district, and that considerable more     can be expected     next
yearv    That  the government  realizes
that the Cranbrook district,  in min-
'ng, agriculture and lumbering is one
-   ""      Important in the prov-
n the future be amply
the
ince, and will
provided for.
was
the pino producing centres
states to the south ns v
other classes of lumbar, III'
lurch, hemlock and cedar
of  the
II. All
spruce,
will
Dr. F. W, llol
W.   H.  Crooks
Snles, anil  Miss
were registered
rttinday last.
ortson, of Lethbridgo
ol Knslo,     Mrs. (!.
Sales, oi Siisknlo.iu.
at     the Cinnlirii.ik
' ISloquent, educative, liinnorouH, do
script!yc and Inspiring nre the lectures tit be given In the Presbyterian
church by Mr. Lewtns.
tiniie to be graded in accordance with     aui1 original
the existing rules which, while moot- Hie Presbyterian church
Ing the requirements    of the pralrlo | next,
provinces do not necessitate as line n
distinction   or separation as will in
future prevail     in the case     of pine
lumber under the .Mississippi nilos.
ODD   LBNOTHS
will be shown in
n Tliursilny
"The meeting     strongly  realllrmed
.-    .,         w.h „„ the odd length ruling adopted bv Hie
was derailed. One of the enrs loaded Joint convention of   weslein Canadn
witn coal     wont down the   embank- lumbermen   held     In Vancouver hul
..    ,   ..      ii   l'i      .ir?/"!"""™ "I over 100 leet, December.    Somo opposition     to tho
..   ■.,. -,-__. who h-ul honght, the other rtuek In   tho mud   part of "«" "I odd lengths   has dovoloped in
the stock   wondered     why they had1 thei way down. tlio retail trade    on the prairlo7biit
aot got a mine. No one was hurt    in this accident the manufacturers are
AFTER EFFECTS I I.,01""1  " was reportod  that a hofin sent to supply all
„i       „        ......       , J™°   waa heating bis    way on   the moans a wasteful
"The    effect of that    condition of | train, had a very close call, and who handling ol tii
thla. 110,000.    In     tho meantime the
promoters had sold their $900,000 of
stock for anything     they could get
perhaps only one    or two    cents a
share.   And those
II. T. llilyiiini'i and II
president uml secretary
nl trado.woro at Penile
t'ii'lini.' -in organization
tho proposed Associated
Trade for Kast Kootonay.
II.   lien
il   til
rhtii'sdny
nii'i'i Ing
Boards
.ii'ST AimiVKli a good assortment of the latest and must popular
siings iiiiiI instrumental pieces. Call
it once and pick out your choice.
Our prices: 2.1, 35, and ,ri0 cents.
Cheaper music expected daily. Let
us have voiir Order.
McTNTYRK tb KIIICKSON,
Armstrong   Avenue,      next   do
Ini.'iril  The Prospector Office,
to
Thnn
Iniui, !•
bytorlaii
gb
Iflnglnnd, Scotlan
' and Italy In Hit
ii'cli Thursday Mnn
I.   lie
Pres
li 31
•flairs In the past history of mining ■ saved himself, by jumping
ln the   province     hnu not    yet been.   On Wednesday the remains of Don
overcome;   tor as we all know, there | aid Carson were taken to Moose Jaw
are hundreds of mining properties Ini for Una) Interment.
this   country   that    have never had j	
money spent   Intelligently on   their      HUOAIIDINO   WATER POWER
development, yet which  might under — ...
favorable conditions hnve boon made Ottawa, March 23, Mr Oliver In
proBtable mines. Those millions ol trounced two hills which were given
stock are scattered all over the Orst reading. The llrst amends the
world.and no one (wis inclined to put Irrigation act and applies to the
his money Into' companies burdened three prairie provinces. Among other
with such excessive capitalisation.We things it authorizes expropriation of out
do hear .though, from time to time mservolr sites. The other bill seeks
that the shares ln some ol these com- lo confirm and declare the rights ol
panlea are being gathered up and that the crown wl£h respect to water Dow-
now and then Another nf the proper- er nnd relative to thc diversion notion is being opened up and In some tnli.ltInn , and use of water Iii the
cases worked with success.   I am sat-. British Columbia railway belt.
oiiiilili" to con
en lengtns which
ml uneconomical
product ol tholr mills
Don't luil in nttond the
travel lectures in the p
church in, hotter lectures
given .on the Pniiiic const
oshytorln
hnve  boo
up
"Another matter taken
ol lire Insurance and tho posltlc
be taken by the ussnciutinii b
Ihe lire jlisiirnuce i'iiuimi.ssliin v
will shortly hold u meeting iu
son.
LABOR   CONDITIONS
Iiuu
:i   to
The  Prospocto
.un  de
ook
li ii-1.
Ncl
.Vllil'll
"Labor conditions
cussi'il nml  lu tills i
decided to advertise
:1a for men as there
in the intoi'lor
dis
were also
ollncctlnn it wns
in eastern Canii
nre nut at pros-
uifllclont men tn
ici.rofci-lni:
Sinter,
Hobs Slnto
i loll ns I here is
ui town, wim w
Hie ense  in  nny
The sun Ims e
.Mil ■ -.1.
hlwir I
,   lust
nil   I'O   Willi:-
ild  Sinter e.
should   Imvi
link" this riirrrr
' Mr Edwnnl Slnlm
h nol eonnoctod with
roj
I.
meet the demnnil for all classes ol
sawmill heln. This is n serious matter and with the present splendid
outlook it would seem thnl si m <
thing must he done to bring more
men into this part of the provinco or
'I tin- equinoctial
points, nnd hns passed tlie oqimtor
mul in now mi .1.- wny nortli, We
mnv look Inr the line gale most any
nld lime, for In Ihe winds nf Ihe poet
Longfellow:    "When  dr
Atlantic the glgnntle    stormwlni
eamaaaamm^^— f(
wind Hint blows,
then tiome moro.
the
id  ol
Ihe
I lieu blows again,
"Tlie  Royal  Chef"  is   down for a
visit   t<> Cranbl k and    will npponr
nt the Crnnbrook Opera Koitso on
A'i'-il 9th. Tile music nl the piny Is
not "iily extremely cntcliy, but hns
scored number Inr number with any
ever written fol ,n single production
in menv n day The scenic olTocts
are described as gi''eal and the coin
pany unusiinllv cnnalilo, The loenlo
ol "The Royal -Chef" is the mythical
"Isle m Oolong", ovor which Ihe
"Rnhili" rules In o.miIIciI dignity;
Uniting I"- Chef has , attempt
nnlshti him. he bus the resent I
lieiili'il nml orders "Lord Mn.,", h
prime minister, In I'm.I him nmubei
iiofnro sundown nr suiter a like file
The prime minister fears it is ti
hop..Irs- task, but lust ns tils lime
h about up be is saved bv the linen
peeled nppearnnco nt a Colt's tour
iii olio "I'li'inri.'li Lemphnnsor" nl
Chicago, who is nl once proitinteil to
the position nl "Royal ('In!" The
111 »' Choi I urns nut   tn be ll Jnlle smith
nml around hltn revolves all the In
eldents ihnl show clever dramatic
construction, Tlie opera Is staged In
line 'styl • both In ens
Ired  fn
IB.   H.   SHORT
♦ AnnstronK Avenue
X Painter   and   Decorator
♦
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CRANBROOK      I
HOTEL
' Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection w.
Nearoal in mllroatl tlepol,
tlittioii.i   fur    thn   public
Oranbrook,
Has ui'i'iiiiiiiui-
unequalled   in
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS ||
Hot mitl Cold liaths Proprietors       m
'ie"| ^•^^S^^J^-^'^--^S,^S?l-irP5^^lj;'
lis:
dnneers and   supernitmornrles
every  reqiuri'iiienl,     nnd  in
qunllty surpasses any Hint is
required In musical comedy
I'ARII HP THANKS
l t
mint   nl
111 Ilnily
iiii hehnll nl mys
deire in thank Ihe
Rnilwny   Trainmen,
Kligineers,   also  Ilie
'II uml wll.'.
Brotherhood
Firemen,     a
Lndies  Anxille
NHWH  IIP THK
A thousand KotOon.
Wcdncsdny tot th.' wesi
William  .1     Mnn	
wns eleetrocuted  by n
Ontnrio Bteolo   Wmks
Hnl,    on  Weilmsiln
UiiMINION
lill  Toronto
yearn old,
wire in Ihc
Well'ind,
ne  nml everv
JVC  It  proper
I netting,  while the specialists, chorus,
'he   boily   ,,t   II    P
y, uiercinl    traveller of
•d   mysterli
ami tin- peoplo    nf Crnnhrook for all disappear
Ilieir kindness shown In ns since thi  Campbell 	
death nf mn- sou, lionnlil Campbell     was found in tlie
Mr. and Mrs   II. Campbell.   , nesday.
Itaploy, a corn-
Montreal, who
iBly     from the
t N'npnnoe, Inst tall
N'apani'i' river Wed- Pill
VI IK.  PRllSI'Kl'TIIR,    ORANBROOK,
SATURDAY, MARCH SS, 1910
©lie -yvovp-ect-ov.
BSTAULISHKU    ItM
A. B. Grace-,
PUBLISH EK    ANU    EDITOR.
mBI®5D
Kisili ami game ftssoclfttiom* at
Ing organlsta) all over the pr
The whiti man Is prohibited (row
enjoying these sports at certain
times ni the year, while the noble
Slwash catches the speckled troout
sells them at nil time, also ducks,
geese, anil other leathered game. Is
the Siwasb better than tlie white
man'.1
"The Shamrock tor Everi" Thi
Prospector man received on Thurada>
his regular consignment of Shamrocks from the old dart. They cum
Irom K. Murphy, of Dublin, formerly
"slug No. 2" who was "ii the Pros
pectol -Jtart twelve years ago,
The advent ol March and the u>h
ertng In ol the mum beautiful oi
iprlng weather, has opened up spring
business, sReaJ estate Ageuts art'
happy, and on enquiry, reveals tin
fact that there is a good demand foi
farm Lands
will hold service each ntghl up to
Wednesday Inclusive at S, all are in
vited i" atinui un Wednesday
night, Mr. Lowtas will lecture on ihe
"Wrecker* oi Life". This will be the
last meeting ol the series and it is
hoped that tbe church will be tilled.
Wednesday Special meeting of the
Ladies Aid at the home ol Mrs.
Wasson at 2. all members ate requested to atteud,
BAPTIST   CHURCH
The rosurrectiou of our Redeemer
and Lord will he celebrated at the
morning and afternoon, and evoulug
$ -iTices with appropriate messages
oi song and sermon. Rev, J. i\
Reed, the singing cvangolist will be
"resent ami assist at the \\ a. m.,
service. Morning theme:'"The risen
md uplifting Christ," an ill usi rated
talk at close of 3 p. tn , Kaster ws
aiou,     Theme for 7:30 p.   ni   service
'Tbo healing wings oi the risen sun
•f righteousness."
Notice ii
alter ilntr
HunorabW
Lauds (oi
NOTICK
hereby   given   thnt   SO days
I Intend   to    apply to Ihe
chief    Commissioner   of
» hcitiise to   prospect   tor
i.m
ot \m\
Commencing al a   post    planted at
or neai eight    th) miles   due east ol
"t the lilt mile post nu c,  P,  it. survey  line,   which  is the  western  botlU
dary of     Lot 4598,     and    being the
Southwest corner poat ol ifiatben W,
Butt's claim; theuce east eigbty (80)
chains;   thenee    north    eigbty   (wti
chains;     thenee    west    eighty   (8Qj
Im east ol rbe Sfi mile po$t oo C.P, chains;   thence     south     eighty   (.80)
R, survey line, which Is the  wtstecn chains to the point of commencemeai
boundarj of Lot 4588, and being the making 640 acres, more or less
coul ami petroleum
lug lauds, situate i
Southeast Kootfimv
bia, in Lot 4593: (
post    planted at
the  follow
ii the   district ol
Hritish Collim-
lommenclng at a
neat arven miles
P.
% Professional
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HARVEY,   McCAftTBR,
ami   MACDONALD,
Barristers, aad Solialtovt,
CRANBROOK, B.O.
(M*'^->^^^^VMMVMVMMVM''^->M--^^^-'*^->^^>>M^^A^^^^AA i
northeast comer post of Chester H
Paulson's claim, thenee south eighty
■ vh Chains; thenee west eighty iso'
i hains, thence north eighty (80)
chains, thenee east eighty chains to
t he point of commencement. making
040 acres, moi'e or less.
Located  this 88th  dav  of January,
1910,
Cluster R, Paulson, Locator,
Kathen  W.  Hints, agent.
William   K     Hutts,   Witness.       Ill L5.
Dug   ta.\et-   tie   tiOV
city treasury,    Dogs
cesser) tags an
.■   payable  to  tin
without tht* ne
able to be impoun
dad     This is a by-law  which should
he strictly enforced by the city
So iai the spring weather in Bas I
Koutenay has been most (avorabb
Iur the rancher, and plowing bat
commenced. Stock ol all kinds bav«
wintered exceedingly well.
spring
brook district in «
delight every rand;
in the district.
opened up in the C
In a waj     that sin
r and fi nit gri
Robius,
ahttndanc
harbingen
bin- birds i
and full oi
of spring.
•dlarks
, art .iu
Prunning and spraying operation*
are now engaging the attention o
district fruit growers.
VICTIMS OF SLIDE.
Mi l> Clark, ol Moyie. arrived iu
'own Thursday having In charge the
'•mains ol James Monroe, and John
Hackle, who were billed in the big
now>slide which occured at Welling
mi, on March 1st. The deceased
.■ere on their way to Alaska at the
.me, and were formerly residents ol
Jojie. AJiulhci victim ol the slide
mis i; Heron, who whs Uttered at
.'ictoria
" > uieral will take place from I
be Presbyterian Church today al 10
. m , under the direction of w. It '
leatty,  undertaker
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that 2a days
after date I Intend to apply to the
Honorable chief Commissioner of
Lauds for a licenst-  to   prospect    tor
'al ami petroleum ».
ing lauds, situate In
Southeast Kootenay.
; bla, ui Lot 4588 Co
■ post planted at or lit
I due east ol tlie 35 mi
1 ll. sui vey Hue, which
uu«lar>  ol  Lot  4593
the full
Ihe   district  01
British Colum*
iimeuciug ai a
ai iii ut* miles
e post on CT.
is tlie weslein
and   being the
Located  this  l.'.th
1910.
KATHKNW
William  E.   Butts.
day oi January,
HUTTS, Locator
witness.
NOTICK
R   K   ANGUS GOES TO COAST
northeast   corner   post o
Ibbs'  claim; thence west
■iiaoi-i      tbfuce    touth
bains   ihenee east eighty   i80) chaiu
llienee     north  eight)   (.80)  chains  to
ihe  point  ol  commencement    main tig
bin acres,  more ur leas
I.nested tin, 85th day of January,
NOTIQH is hereby given that 30
• lays after date I intend to apply lo
the Honorable Ohiel commisslonei ol
Lands [or a license to prospect lor
coal and petroleum over thc follow
ing laudt,. situate m tho dlstliet ol
Southeast Kootenay, Urltish Colum
bla, in Lot 4683:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near nine (9) miles due enst ol the
30 mile post on C. P, it. survey line,
which is tbo western boundary ol Lol
1598, and being the southwest corner
post of Qeorge Wyko's claim thence
east eighty cuii chains; thence north
eighty i SO i chains; theuce west
eighty     t»ui     chains;   tbence   south
eighty   'SOi chains     to ihe      point  ol
commencement,     inukiug  mo     acres
w. alter  J . ! more or lews,
eighty (80)     Located  this  llth  day ol
ghl*'   (80)   19W
URORGB    v>\KKS,  i
Kathen w   Butts
William K   Butts   witness
1 19U)
\\ innipeg,  Mart
direct i        I ii
■ilt  for Victoria,
here they will
ii ■ returning to
peud a
R.   B,  Angus
It .and part}
this evenlni
month be
ttsitei   .'      Vbbs,    Lc
Kathen  W   Butts,
William  b.    Hutu.   Witnsss
Agent
lu-io
NOTICK
(TICK
The Kaster lit
mand this week
Cranbrook.
was  in great de
among the ladies ol
up tinn
hould gf
It will soon he cleaning
aud every -property owner
busy.
Kvery  hack  yard and      lane should
have its muck raker these days.
Two Popular illustrated Lecture:
Kvangelist John Lewtas of Tacoma
will give lus two popular Illustrated
lectures in the  Presbyterian  Church,
by kind permission, on Thursday am
Friday     evening,    March   31st     an
April   1st,    These   lectures   will   he  il
lustrated with     an  up-to-date mere
optican showing  four hundred  iiiagm
ficently colored views, taken Bpeciallj
for these lectures hy one of the line.-.
artists of London     who accompnnlci
Mr.   Lewtas on      his  journey  throng:
Europe, Asia and     Africa.   Thc sul
ject of the lirst. lecture will he "Whal
I saw  iu   Great     Britain,     It eland
France and Italy."    The     subject  u
the second   lecture "What,     I saw ii
in ftrcece, Turkey,     Syria. The Hoi-
Land and  Egypt."  These  lectures an
intensely   interesting,   Insl rncl Ive  am
inspiring. The pro para! ion of wl
cost Mr. Lewtas over $8,000 nu:
years study uml travel. This i
rare opportunity to hear ami see
beauties of the old world Adi
si mi. children 2U cents. Adults
cents.
BUY  OIL    LANDS    IN     KLATHK.U
Amertean capital, represented |ij
0, F. Brsen, of Chicago, has pui
obnsed some twenty sections of oil
lands iu the Flathend valley iron
the company organized hy I). 1'.
Kane, of Kaslo.
Thc price is said to be lu thi
neighborhood of JlUO.'MM) and Lo have
been paid largely in cash, The deal
was put through by F. N, Daily win.
came up from the coast for that
purpose.
Should the Flathead make good as
a potroleum producer, it will make
lively times in East Kootenay
Methods of production are improving
even oil lamring shales being utilised
and even without gushers the Flat
Im id may have an Important future
as an oil region.
DUYS    MANY    CARS
Among the lumbermen In towi
yesterday, Monday, were Otis Staph-!
and D. 0. Anderson of the Otis Stn
pies Lumber Co., Wycliffe.
This company hauls out its logs on
its own railway and has recentlj
purchased   $15,000  worth  of cars
Lugs to the amount ol two hnn
dreil and fifty thousand leet could be
hauled over their line In one train
load with then- equipment
Such arc the modern methods n
lumbering in the ECootenays Nelsoi
Daily  New,
METHODIST   CHURCH
Sundaj   March 27th
Set vices at ll. 3, 4 and T 3(1
Evangelist John Lewtna front Tu
coma will give a lecture to wo hum
entitli d "Thf woman for tlie t n ■:.
tleth century' al i. Members uu
friends from nthei churches are vim;
cordially invited to attend
Epworth League     prayer lemce at
00SITIVB CURS
POR INDI&BSTIOh
If you have Indigestion,  youi   lood
■    ic  i he stomach and  b iwels
Iocs  more   Et decays, and the nu
■11 ii■ ..- mattei      *bii h should go tc
b ■    new ■.'" aj ^   vitb it,  and
.; i Leads to u . i ■ erlsbed ondi
ou i.'i the blood, i iei fo isness
"I breath winch disgusts youi
lends and other disagreeable and
ipleasant conditions.
\nd all this trouble ia c lused by
■ food that doesn't digest, but
■.i.i-ni-   and    oftimes rots in     the
lays
Hon.
I annul v
\l!CIU
■» is
NOTICK
. hereby
.hi
n.icb
nach
NOTICK  is  hereby    given    that
days  utter date  1  intend  to apply   to!
the  Honorable Chiel  commissioner ol
Lauds   foi a license to   prospect (or
coal and petroleum ovei   the    follow
ing Lands, situate ui   thc   district ol
hereby    given   that   30   Southeasl Kootenn)     Urltisb Colum ]
late   1   intend  to applv  to   bin,  in  Lol  43SJ
able Chief commissions! ot     Commencing at a  posi   plained at
Lands    foi   a '.cense  to    prospect   foi   '"' lieai  lllIU' "*•*) utiles due east  ol the1
..«: ami petroleum ovei the   follow*)*30 iml* l*0*1 "ll l'   >'   R   "survey line
ing lauds, situate iu   the   district oljwhich is the     western     boundary ol
•to theasi  Kootenay,   British Colum    Lot   4S9S,   and   hems the northwest
bia   in Lot 459a 'coiner     post  of     I'aul   A    Paulson's
Commencing at a   poet   plained ai claim; thence east eighty  (80) chains;
■   near eight  iSi  miles   due east  of J thence     south     eighty      180) chain.-*;!
he U mite posl  on c   P   K.  surve\   theuce west eighty iSU- chains; thence
line   which  Is  the   western boundary |north eighty iSOi chains to the point
Loi  4593   and  being the  Southeasl   ol   commencement,   making  640 acres.
cornei   post  ol Orace l»   Humphrey's  more or less,
aim      thence     north     eighty   (80)     Located this 15th day of  January,
chains;    thence     v,e->t    eighty     (80) i l-*^'J-
chaius;     thence     south   eighty    tsOi ; PAUL A.   PAUL-SON,   Locator,
.chains,    thence    east      eighty      <St)i Kathen W.  Butts,    Agent
cbains to the point ol commencement     William K. Butts, witness,     9-13.
making mo acres, mure or le-*-*.
W. l\ GI KI).
Barrister, Solicitor, hIc,
I'IIAMIIJIMIK,   ll.C.
G.  II    I HOMl'SON,
IJiirrlstor, Solictor, ami
Nolarj   I'lilihr
lllll,.'    I!,'Ill   rilllllllUJJa,
URAN BROOK, B.O.
|,   I. LAIDLAW,
Mluluu Engineer uud
ll.C   I .niul  Sui'Viiyiir,
I'KWItllDOK, ll.C.
ro  ll,.\ 1311 I •buna i'il
F. K. (>rrison
Uiin.l Mn.u. City B«ud.
'lVtU'tiei ut BtiiUK »ud dt»tiil
mil      lili.li-uiiii.uts Chun
trainee    Oirue»ti<t rurniaht.it
0. R   WAXO. Um**t*r O. 1. LITTLE, Bavratuy
° The Oranbrook Agency Oo.
KtAL ESTATE, INSURANCE   EMPLOYMENT
PHONE 880 F   O. BOX 19
Cranbrook,
B. O.
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I'Ihimc 193,
CKANUKOUK. B.C.
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Dr. i:. \V. Connolly
PHYS1U1AN  AND SUHUttON
Oflice; Arinsti-oun Ave
r
♦ pi
llol.TW
•j 10 ( p.m.
IU H ,, Ui
I'liiiiir- OBlcn 106.
KubWoiioo lu» 1'
WENTWORTH
HOTEL grmibrocik,
Is a large and attractive hotel of superior
elegance in all its appointments, tvith a
cuisine of superior excellence. Railway
men, Lumbermen and Miners all go to
The   WentwortH
J. H. McDONALD Proprietor
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tation is caused by tliel
being strong enough and
ergetlc enough to thoroughly mix
ie food with the digestive Juices.
M I <> N A Is responsible tor tens
1 thousands of cures. In fact, it isi
nch a positive cure for indigestion [
nd nil stomach troubles that it Is
uaranteed hy The BKATTIE-MUR-
'IIY i'i>. to euro or money buck. ■
'he price id a large box of Mi-o-na
ablets is 50 cents, nnd they are sure]
ii promptly relieve the worst case ol
rnligestion or gastritis   Try tbem.
I h c lim;uv iUsed I
l& sale stable;
I,ui-ate,t tin-  l^l!: jav ol
1910.
GRACE D   Hl'MPHREVS,
Eathen W    Butt,
w   Brock    Witness.
lnniiar>
NOTICE
Uuiii Slii)"ie i*ml liiililo
Drh'Hi's, Inr all purls
nf Hie dlstrlct, iiiuiil
SikIiIIh Horses. (Jonil
T.uiiioiiis. Up'lodiite
RIl's.
♦
♦
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* Opposite Moyal Hnti'l Phone ol
♦
x
*
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* llnrdsi Si lien un. Proprietors *}
* 1.1. Ilr.iciin. Manager       ♦
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Cranbrook i
Livery
We auk yuu to call and try
ir ucw  I'liii-iguiiiflat ul uew
♦ Mid      Up to date     v.g*     for J
Z     Winter   and   Bummer,    Ju-it 4
t     received  'i'uppii aad  Keliuble X
X     Horses    at    your    dUpo-)«l X
4    (jive    thera   a    trial ^a<i t>e X
"X    convinced. X
X     iMiuoi 47          Oranbronlt, H C #
♦ ♦
Locator,      NOTICK is hereby   given   that   30
Agent      '. dnyi alter date 1 intend to apply to
the  Honorable Ohiel  commissioner of
 _ j Lands   for a license tu    prospect for
NOTICE jcoal and petroleuni over the    follow-
Notice is hereby given thai 30 davs'i'g lands, situate in the district of
uter date 1 intend to apply to tht; J Southeast Koutenay. British Ooluiu-
Honorable Cnlel t'omtui-Kioner ufjbui, in Lot -1293:
Lauds (or a license to prospect Ior Commencing at a post plauted at
■uni and petroleum ovei the follow- Of "ear eight (Ki miles due east ol
uit; lauds, Situate in the district 01 - the 2H mile post on O. 1'. K. survey
Southeast Kootanay British Colum- line* which iK thc western bouudary
iiin, iu Lot 4593: Commencing at a|°f l*°t 4593. and being the
post planted ai or near nine uiilesjw,
lue east of the 34 mile post on C.I
ll survey line, which i-? the
boundary of Lot vrf2,
J. VV. RUTLEDGE,
M.M.V.,   V.8.,
(iraduate     of     Ontario    Veterlnery
Cullegt*, Toronto, in 1^8.
liraduaieand Muduli-jL of MuKilUpVet-
.'I'iimrv Colk-ti*!, Chicago, UL, lu 1WH)
Kegist«fed     member     of     British
Columbia   Asaouiution.
outheuat coruer post of William M
CUtiWlts' claim thenre north eighty
■ siii chains; ihenee west eighty (SOi
ilmins; thence south eighty i.80)
chains; thence east eighty (80) chains
to the point of commencement, mak-
Eni; 1140 acres, more or less.
Located this 2fith dav of January.
L910.
William M. Guiwits,   Locator,
Kathen W.  Butts,  Agent.
William  K.   Butts,  Witness.     10-15.
South
corner post of Rdwin t). Humphrey's claim;    tlieuce     east    eighty
western I' 1*°' cbains; thence North eighty (80i
ami  being the chains; tbence West eighty <80i chains
thence South eighty   |,H0)    chains to
the point nf   commencement, making
i>4i) acres, more or less.
Located  this  18th  day  of January.
1910.
KDWIN O.  HUMI'HHKYS      Locator,
Kathen W.  Butts.  Agent.
W.  Brock,   Witness.
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend   to   apply to the
Honorable   Chief     Comtuiifsioner    of
Lauds foi  a license to   prospect   for
.•onl  and petroleum   over the following lands, situate   in the   district oi
Southeast Kootenay,   British Columbia, in Lot 4593:    Commencing at a
post plauted at or   near   nine   miles
due eaat of the 34 mile post on C.F
ft. survey line, which is the   western
boundary of Lot 4593. and being the
southwest     corner   {lost of    Carl K.
Guiwits' claim: thence   east    eighty
1 SO 1 chains; theuce nortb eighty (ii>i
! chains; theuce west eighty (80) chains
I ul ience south     eighty  180)  cbains to
I ttie point of   coimueuc-jment, making
; MO acres, more or less.
Located tbis lii'th day   uf January,
1910.
Carl E. GuLwlta,   Locator.
Kathen W. Butts, Agent.
.    William  K.   Butts,  Witness.     10-15.
STE
T'S
The Leading Fruit Stort.
Choice Oranges. Lemons
"SI1NKIST BRAND"
Bananas   Figs    Dales
Sweet Potatoes
Celery
Hot House Lettuce
Rhubarb     Cranberries
Sipwhi t's line 1 'horolales
NOTICE
NOTICE is hcioby siveli tlmt 30
days after ilate I intend to apply to
Ilie Honorable Chief commissioner of
Lands; for a license to prospect for
cnal and petroleum over tbe following lands, situate in tbe district of
Southeast Kootenay,   British Coliun
MiAirilK & PARKER
H.I.S. A C.K,
CRANBROOK, B.C
Mcsar
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event)
,ine
nii'l   II I   »       ron
: service at 7 SO und
f their much apprc
Incts iiii.l solos Tbe stewards
■ L'lml if the members anil
nl the church will rtssemhle ns
hs possible      The evangel! t -
HU ':\
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D.J.JOHNSON
CAKI'HNIKK   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED,
HOUSES
r'or   Sale or Knot «r Itaaiuaalde
Prices,
' ill cck Workshop-.—Lewis St.
•bona No «».
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tires Applied
To Buggy Wheels
4GKNTS FOR CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR OO'S BICYCLES
Repairing a Specialty.
Phone 50     •   •   •      P. o.  Boi 813.
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ailU|i0RU tinw Li* ii.mi'l lu ilje
MANITOBA llliTKI,
Hot Tea or Coffee
and Fresh Home
Made Biscuits
Hot Chocolate
Hot Bovril
Hot Lemonade
THE  PALM
We Deal in Everything Krom
a Needle tu a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
DRAI.BH IN
.All kinds ul SticoiiilHnml Good*
Furullure it SPBOIALTY
BUYER OF  FURS
S*({e'» Old  .Slmiil,  Bauson Ay.
Plume llil
ALL CALLS NIGHT A DAY PSOMSTL1 ATTSHOtO TO
OFFICE   AT   MCKINSTRY'8   LIVERY BARN
CRANBROOK. B.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sieum liollei'M and Kui-imne Work i
Speolally.
Cost aud Slock Estimate!
Purnislied Upon Applica-
tiou.
P.O. Box 834.
VV.  R.   BEATTV
Undevtukei'j
Kuilmliucr.
Fmu;ral Director,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Pound!
On Baker stieet, one door west
ol Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 125.  R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—tei 'Pee.
day lu eaoh mouth at etfjrbi
n'cluuk.
Sojourning C.'omuauloni are
cordially Inviieii.
LW. P. PBBKiBE, Scribe K.
Box ill'2 ORANBROOK, H. 0.
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all   liramilii
Work  lu
'■ of Hie
Tonaorial   Art <!
DR.    KELLY
H|iui'iiillint     in    inen'a
lllHllflHIIH,        Hl'llll     I     L'L'lll,H
llOfllUKe  lor  ll'le  liiiiikliil
Ur.    KIOI.I.IOY'H
Miimimiiii, 2111   lliiwiirs Ht.
1 Himkuiio,   Wnuli.
| ANCIENT ORDER,'FORESTERS
COI1HT CIIANIlltOiiK, tin
l!»!> in I'uriiii'i'a Hull lu* hi! Ith
Ttiuraduy ol each in  nib ut S p.Ill
abai p,
A.   McOoWul, I'hlef   R„njn
0. A. Abbott, Hecietary.
VlaltlBf Britkrea Bat* walconw.
Singer Sewing
Machines do
the Best Work
I'hey last a liletiine and cost
very little more than thrown
ogether, catchpenny, cheap
machines. Sold on small
monthly payments by
Geo. B. Powell
Singer Store
Aruiatroof Avaaua.
I'hiint 167. Oranbrook, B.O.
ALSO   SKlIOND    HANI)  MACH1NB8
KOH SALS   CHKAP AND TO
MNT.
Our whole time is devoted to your wants in the
Grocery line therefore we absolutely guarantee every
article that leaves our store.
We will thank our customers to advise us if at any
time goods are received that are not No. i quality.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Staple and Fancy Orooova
Um LEAF REBEMH LUDGI
Mectv ever)' si CO nii und fourtlj
W. lintjxl.iy at new pratttnlly
Hall. Sojouring HcbcKoht tor-
iH'illy Invited.
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MU  AOEAITS. TIIK rnosi'KHTon.    OBAKBgOOK,     ll-   ''..   SATURDAY, MARCH Hi, 1910
FURNITURE
On Our Second Floor We are Showing a Great
Range of Parlor, Dining Room, Den, Bed
Room, Kitchen and Office Furniture
Pleasure, comfort and satisfaction come from an attractive interior. Beauty
in furniture does not necessarily imply the most costly materials, but rather
good judgment in selection. The showing ot everything now at our store is quite at its best. Every department has a bright, fresh, attractive and enthusiastic display. There is a vertiable harvest of house furnishings here and you are as welcome to visit us as we can possibly make you. It is not altogether by ar
gument, but by achievement, that we desire to convince -deeds, not words, and herewith is eloquent yet
silent proof of achievement-values that bear within themselves evidence of the most convincing* nature.
Come in and see them-we don't expect you to buy unless you are thoroughly satisfied.
Our stock of Dining Room Furniture was never more complete consisting of Chairs, Tables, Side Tables,
Side Boards, Buffets and China Cabinets in all woods and finishes.
We also have a very complete line of Table China and
Glassware at remarkably low
prices. This department is
perhaps the most complete
in British Columbia.
rff  y *rr,wMi\
•Je   Li-.ia.jjaW ■■••'jfJL.
BiSfil
' El
1 .fMUfkib'ill
kl ^^jL^Hi
We Agents for the Famous
Heintzman
Pianos
We sell them on easy terms
We are Agents for the
Medelssohn
Pianos
We sell them on easy terms
fc.
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Your Money Back If You Are Not Satisfied
WE KNOW—That we can please you in
Bed Room Furniture. We have just placed
in stock a beautiful range of Dressers,
Chiffoniers, Brass and Iron Beds.
We are second to none in the line of
Easy Chairs, Rockers, Lounges, Davenports, Parlor Sets, Parlor and Music Cabinets, Center Tables, Jardiniere Stands,
Book Cases, Library Tables, Magazine
Stands, Shades, Wood and Brass Poles.
Carpets and Rugs
Beautiful Rugs direct from the manufacturers,   No second man's profit to pay.
Those fine wearing and beautiful English Rugs are the best produ-
^l?ctions of such famous makers as Templeton and Thos. Tapling.   They
•il J are unequaled in richness of pattern, beauty ol coloring and good wear-
-" f\ ing ability.   A fine assortment, at lowest prices, for your selection. Wc
also stock a large range of Canadian makes, which are very beautiful
in design   good wearing quality and low in price.
We are showing a large range of Lace and Tapestry Curtains,
* Linen Table Sets, Table Covers, Madras Muslin, Down Quilts,  Cotton
Quilts, Blankets, Sheets and Pillow Cases.
BffiEF
Furniture
Department
Second
Floor
Our Goods are
(juaranteed
MOMEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED
Furniture
Department
Second
Floor IVm i
fill'. I'liiisi'kr'l'uli,   riiANIiKniiK,    II    a,  SATURDAY, MARCH it, I'tln
Patmore Bros.
HEATING AND  PLUMBING
ENGINEERS       .
Prol   II   'I   B«tabrook«, ul the
Himu'iin I'i'lli'iri',  Smuini'i liui'l.  H
nm. in tow  Saturday and
ilny,  inn!   inlilii'ssi'il   tin'  mi'lnin
Bitgatl ii     ilu'  BaptlHi
Un- Interwl ol
ik
until
ii-llii'inrlll.
,.i   Ulna
Kll/Jllirlll   KlllllU'l
!■'    II     An,llllllllll  iii  Dated  Mil   March,   IS10
l.ms aim
II,. ,,. ta tlie initlonk li    tiic I'ltANUIluuK L.ANII D18TKHT KoberUon'it  auullcation  lu  uurcnaaa
Sun, rland Collo«e aa ver)   bright., uutrlct ol ISaat Kootanay The watei   will    be stored by nioann
■,-,,    ccomiiiodatc     ii,.-  im...   nuuibwi "'"'""' o! a ilam to be cunatructed on Crown
,,, young I pie BcokiiiB   nliiii—um I  Henrietta M. Tyaun, ol Trull, II Landa al thc hoad ol tbc   aald creek
„'„' ,;,; ,,, «,n ns I'i'iiiineii'iiil and r,  liutmekeeurr,  Intend  in  apply Iur in a reservoii  and "ii u hall an acre
,,,1,,',     special   coimton     the stall   il |n'riiiiHniun tu purcbaee tile lollowing and nol over ten   leel  In depth, The
teacher* l« to he Incrcaaed and liuill ileserlueil    lamia     I'ominenclng at   i reaorvoli   will  he  lowered and refilled
mt operations aro now underway (m poat  plauted nl  the Kuuthcaat cornet by means   ol n headgate      Nol
,i urn     gymnaalum,     i" in'
throughout    with the musl
nppolntuienta.
ui i
.M'lillll     WIN-:
defeated t'aml ; idge In ' ie
annual elghl  oared m i me  raci     ■"■
ii Iiamplonshlp cum se n mn 1'nii  I
to Murtlak hollow     la I
IVodneadas     by thnn      lengthi
timi   ...   in minute, and ll -
acres eniptlon    The water wlll lie diverted                       NOTIOH NOTtOK
hy means ol illtchea, flumes und pipes    Notice It hereh) glvon thai  80 dnyi Notice Is heroby itlven thai HO days!
or,     uml will   be used     lot  Irrigation on:aftei date I  mil   tu   appi)  to the aitei date I Intond   t..   apply n> tut
jent.  HO aorca ol aald     pr uptlon    No.  Honorable   t'ltlcl     I'uiumfss     ul  ll nble   nlilol     1'iiininlaalonoi'   nl
18 ill   mi by the   s.ml  John     Itobertion, I Lands for a llconso In   i porl   fm l.nuds fui  n llconso to   prospect   in
land mi 1110 acres ol the said William[coal nn.l petrolomu   ovoi  the follow conl und potroloimi   ovei  tho inflow.
Ing lauds, slluatu   In the   distriel o! un- lands,   litunte   In Un-   dlatrlcl of
Southeasl  Kootonny,   ilritish t'oliim rloiithi'iisl  Kootenuy,   lltltlsli t'olutii-l
Inn.   in   l-ul   WJ8     i' iiii'in mi',   nl   ii   bill    in   Lot   li'''il     l'i iii'tllM   III   u'
poal    planted nt   "i neat   icveii ntlliti posl   pltiutod nl   ot noni seven miles
dun eust ,,i tin- .;, nut,- i„,.i ,,u r r due cnal  nl lho 311 mile uual uu i' r
!t. survoy luu-, which i   the   tvotttwti it   imrvey line, which is ihe   westetn
boundar)  ul  Lol   i..'i.i.  uud Imin   thc   mint-)  nl Lol   1603, nml I ig ths
southwest     cornei  posl   ol   Pun!   \ suittiiwu I     eornot   post ol  Aiuin K.
Paulson's claim   tlionco  Hi eight) Puulsuu's   cliilin   thonco   onst elgllty
mi, i-hniiis, thonei     wesl night)  isui  i.snj eliuins   ih e north eighty ihui
'luiin-      ihenee        --u,     tilght>  imii  I'hnius   the  wosl eighty (ROj chulue
chains; tlionco en I ,-,--iiii    Bin i-IiuIiim  ;i   loutli   eight)  isui     eliuins to
In   tin*   puln!   ,'l   , ,'lulni'li, I'lneiil ,   limit     iln-   |, I   ,,|    i-iilllllietli elinlii ,   milking
is-   , I,' .,  :,      in,.,    .-ill , I,,   i, ir     in,, iv ,u   less
i.,',nu-.i  ii;,    nth   in  ..i liiniiiu) i.nu,,i in,    "uii ilm  ut January,
BARKHTT   KlUrtoN
iln- Preabyterian manae
, iii|„,i    ,   i.,-i   7837,   being   Un-     southwestItwo acre* ol   Crown   Lanils    will be
modem cufiici    thence nurth Kit ehalns;iheni "i"'''1 '') il"' «,"*> nml nu private
iii.-i    .«   clinlns;    thonce    suuth     »»  Purties will I,,- afleclod therehj
iliuin-   thenee weal   SO chains to the      I'Iu- notice mi.- posted on the Ii.ili
in,lui icetneiu     cuiitnliiliiii da) "i  Marcll     1910, uml appllcutlun
.i,i ,,,i,-> uiute ,,i less iiiil in' made '■- the   Watei  Couiiiiht
Hi-mi.iiii M   'l'i-,,i,   I., i ,-      ni   '''-i"1' '■   uii      Pueaduy
I-    I,    \ndersuii    i.i-i,:    Hn-  iuli 'Im  ul   turll,  inn at eleven  llllll
Dati il ' "   Mm, ii   i'l" 13   I  " ' lock in 'in- lore n nnU|   v   i-,    .
IOHN   HOHKUT8UN |.;,ii„.    «     n   i i,-i
L'KANHUOtlK  I.AMi nisritli'l'       1-' li. WILLIAM   ItlUIKKTKOX  ,    William   I-    llutl     Wn mi,
Dlstrlcl -,[ Kast Kooteuay.
Take  notice that   James    i-   hoi     -     Notice
;.       mil      i;   '      ui citpal -
I'Mi'
..ii    I.
iniui l(   I'nulsun,   l.iii'iiiiu.
lOnthoii w   Mulls,  Wanl
William   I'     Hulls.   Witness       lu-lf,
S'liTICK NirTU'H NOTIOH
lhat   i" ,1m-    si,,,. |   hereh)  given Ihnl   10 days    Nu  Is lieroli) given thai  SO days
'■'•'' 'i"i'   ; ply tu the   "ii'' date I I ml   in   npplv in the
on Wi i
nesilnv    evening,    March     -'iin    •
Kent)   Barrett,     nml Miss  I.ilium   '.
Knlsi'ii.   .veil-  united   ,n   in.
tn,. in-v   V. ii   Main       'i'Iu-    hap :■
couple left i,u    the iPlyet -  Th
lot  sjpokane,
KITZI'ATItH'K    W M.I. Vi'K
iiu Weiliiesilny    afternoon      al I ie
home     "i il"' ' bride's     lathei     Mi
Joseph  Wallace,  Miss  Margaret   w  i
lace mul     Itnlpli l-'ii/pnii u-s
united in marring-; by tin- I.-
.Main     Only tlie Immediate  Ini
the contracting parties wore present
; •     iii, it   i'.'iui:     ii •" icl     '' mlsBlonei    .J  Honorable   I'hlol     Cummlai ,.'i    ,u Hntiurnhle   Hhlil     0 nlwlomr   ot
isc tin ' i license ti    proi ct   fui    ,,.,.i    ..,   ., i„,    ,. ,     |„-IMp ,,, Lnnil   nu  n license lo   proapocl   lor
i' inn..,,     ni   ,  '  ■'   and  pete i   ni     .■■  thc lullow     ,, ,  ,,,.;.,,,  .      .,,    ,.,    ,, ,.,„ nm\ ,„„| pi.|rulou nu  the (ollow
, toil   n  tin         iwi  I  eurni   '"•■ lunds, situute   III the   diatricl oi ,,,   lands   Utiiute   iu tim   dlstrlcl ,, Ing Innils, sltunto   in the   dlstrlcl ol
•   '-i     - -                        ehii         '    Ihoa             -    I)     iiiiiii. i',.I,im Houthoaal   Kootona)     inn1: I'uluni Suiithoiwl  Kootenny,   lirtlisli Culutii
-    -    rem   ii" , im-      tbeui bl '   '''■     '"uuii.- k in  .i ,   ii   i,..i   i.-i,    Cum ,,,.-   ,;  „ bin. lu  Lot   1603    Commencing nt a
-    asl     ll" chains lu  I'ubI  planted .it    ni  neai    foul   niiloa   post    planted i iem   tevon miles posl   plunted   ul  or   noar live   miles
nienci ,        lue easl  nh   |ii■-,i  ou C I'    ,i nH|  ol the  11 li   posl   ... ,' I' ilm  nasi .u the 30 in.In post oil C.P.
(0                                                         line, wl ch  is tho   western i:   , .,,,,   Hue   ivhlrh Is the   ivosterii li    nirvo)  line, vvhieli is the   westani
lami                                         ■' I       I       1'"   -i'"1 belngthe boundar)   ■>  Lul   1593   mul  bolng Ihe buuiidnt)  ul Lul  16113, uml being the
K.V   Audi tgeni     ii.'itti.jis.-c   .-..iu,i    pusi  nl     I'aul   \    northwest    - i   pusi  ul  iii.nl,- w  honal    i ior pnal ot Oltoator II
Doteil  March                                            'aulsoi        nln     llienee   ,  itli  eight) Mnsun i  .,,,.,   ll   nei    ,-, i     eight) Pnnlson's clnltti   ihenee smith eighty
ehains;    tlionco     weal    eight)      '•"■ .», chains,  thonei   „-ml, ol hi)   iHlli |80| chnina; thonco     wesl olghty HUH
(JKA.NBKOIJK I.AM' UISTKIi  1       chains;      ith    eight)      ifioi eliuins; thence wesl eight)  ISO) chnlns chnlns;     llienee   nortli     eighty   (Ml)
asl  eight)    SOt chains thence north   eight)   |S0|     chain    to chnlns; llienee enst olghty (80) chnins
11,81    '' "' r'a"  kootenay commencement   mak    the  polnl   ol  commence in    making tu the point  ol coiuiiioucomont, muk
I     I,,,        •. . e oi  loss 1.-40 acres     ■ ut   less. mc MO ueres.  ro or less
11. c.                                                                      this    Ind   la)     I Pehrnar) Located   Hn- 29th  da)   ol  laiiuary,     Located this   2nd dny of February,
I 1010 llll
ultK SHIPMENTS
!•■ ,1-iiiii-ii   lands ■     n:   ai -i
inti     it th
the er of L-il
,.   .       ■■.   ...      ains;
Paul   \   Paulson    Locator,
■>'•    i   tl     \genl
B itt*    •! tl ess       in i.'i
Charles W    Mason,    Locntor,
Eathen W.  Hulls,  Agent
William   I'     Hulls.   Wilness       HI 16
I'besici  K. I'tiulsim,   Locator,
Kiillien W,  Units,  Agent,
Willinm  !'..   Hints,  Wetness.     10-15
Oro shipments     from mines In tin "' N"'"1'' s. C\ i 11     /* r* 1
Cranbrook, district fol   the pasl   «r<  k    ast 80 cba        thenco thR,   ;,i da„   U ii ] p 1">pi» fi PT'P Oi\ *Si Y\   ft Tl fl    \t\2.LO
an" voir to ditto   were as followi " the   vjrwp*0 IJC1   C&l'l C *OCiOll UilaWA.   UeVOV
St.     ISiigono,  ..'. i.-.i i.   -   lummencetnenl intaslonet    .•! x '
^mce each year thereafter
Tula I
i   37   i "i    ■ ■-- a     ■ ..-■ -
1   W   I gheed,   1- , a! ,     ,
Dated  -ill dav
[I    \:i,:,-
of  March,
OFFICIAL  ADMINISTRATORS   v T
NOTICE is horoby given thai m
the ailed day of March, 1910. li was
ordered by P, E. Wilson, Esqul ",
Judgo "f the County Court ol Enst
Kootonay, thnt James Fergus -u
Armstrong, Ofllclnl Admlniatrntor or
Uun portion ol the Count) ul Kuo e
nay Included In the Eloctot il His
strict ul Crnnhrook nnd Fernie, bo
Ailiuiiiist.cni.iic nf nil and singular Ilu
estnto of lii.nnld Cnrson deceased lu
teslute.
Evory person Indebted in the soil
deceased is required to mnke pi t
us-nl  forthwith l.u the  iiiulci'mgneil
Every person having In pusscHsi i
offoctH belonging to iln- ilcrenoed li
cci| ni ceil forthwith in nutiry Um . n
dornlgned
Evory   orodltor or     othoi    poi	
having uny claim upon ui Inlocesl li
the distribution ul tl stn i tin
Saul   ileeeuseil   is Cl'i| llili'il   lu  m-iiiI   lie
fore tho 30th     dny ol April mil, l.\
rogisloi'cd mull atldt'onsod  tu ll	
dornlgned, his name nml ml.in
III' lull pul'lieulul'K uf III- i [.illli ..I
Illll'l-.'Sl       llllll    II    Slllll'lll.'l  I     I.I     In.,    in
COtltll und Ihe nut uie ni Uu- .fin ill
Uf llliy)  held  hy  lliiu
Aftec Ihe snid  IiihI   i ,l limed   I.
Ihe AiliuJiiiHtlntuc will pcuceod will
Ihe illsliiliul.iiiii of the ostilte li-iviii
regard to those claims only ul wind
be shnll hnve hail notlco
I ml isl ni Cranbrook, Uu- 2-lth I. .
ui Mm ch, nun
-I   P.    AltiMSTRDNC
l;i II i'lllii-il   AilnilnlKtrnl.il
CHANBROOK  I,ANIi  DISTRICT
DlKtrloi n( Ensl   Kuutonny
..[ I;...
'RA.N'BROOK    I.ANU DISTRICT
District ..I Kust Kooteuay.
Pake notice thai   i   Hubert  Findlay
uf   Kossland,  H   C, ocl i
linn-  Agent,   Intend  to  up
crnilssion to    purchase the
tleacribod   lnnds-      Com-
t  a    pust    iilnnieil at      the
cornor ol  Lot  7812,  thonce
iii,-in boundary ol
iniui  00 chaina,thence east
chnina;    thonco     south   111) chains;
enco west GO cbuins tu tlie point "I
iiiimenco nt,   ami    containing  040
ees moro or less.
31 li   F   Anderson,   Locator
iieil this .ini day ui March 1910
illowi
ii. >i t li  i
I.nl    7HI
the
Hi; lan.I- situate ill thi
' Southeasl Kuuteua) British Columbia it I. • 16 13 '' in menclng at a
poat planted a; ot n.-ai four miles
: .- eaat I I bo 11 m le pi -t .»n C.P,
H - ■.... lino «bloh I.- the woatern
boundary ■■! Lot 1593, and being the
lout beast . - .I in c pust ,,f Joseph s
li.inn.•!■'> claim tbence north eighty
ii'ii chains; thenco weat eighty 180)
chains, thence s,,,itb eighty 180)
cbains; tbence east eighty [80) chains
t.. the point uf commencement, tnak-
Ing 040 acres, more or less.
Located this   _'iul da)  ol February
1910
Joseph S   Danner,   Locator,
Bnthen w   Butts. Agent
William   l<    Hutts.   Wilness.      10-15
CORPORATION   OF  THE    CITY  OF
I'llAMllluuK.    NOTICE 'I'n
il        MERCHAANTS  AND  OTHERS.
i     Notice     is   heroby given   thai    nu
"  guilds  inunt   bo    supplied   m-    charged
in Uie City ni {'riiiibinuk, unless un
' nrdcr   fur   the    same is given un u
duly  printed   unlet'   form, signed  by
I ibe  Fni'iimnn  ol  each department   or
i" by Um City Clerk.
T   M. ROBERTS,
i'iiv Clerk.
Hi I tins ilrd Ilny ni March,
i| 1.910,    Crnubi'ijok,   II   C toll
DRANBRUijK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlcl uf Kooteuay.
I. Jcroinlnli I! Utile
lnnil. H I'., Meichunl.
ply iiu pormiaalon tn
following iloscrlbod I
monclug ut a pust. pl
nortltouat corner nln
nortli uud nn ehuins
northwest corner of Li
suuth H0 chuins; thence
thenee north Sn eliaii
Su cbuins tu the puint
niini. contnlnlng ii-1" n
di
'     Uu
ii.i
mil'
ui     llll
thonei
est sn
IIii-iii
Jere
nii    II      lllllcliisun
F   It.  Anderson,
I,i
Tako nol  Hint  John    Armour u
Crniihi ti,  occupation     omploymen'
igont, iiiii'iuis in apply im- permis
mn ii. pui'chuso iiii- following de
-ii-ciiu-il iniui-: Commoncing at i
posl plnnteil ul ihc N, lv eornot' o
Lot No 8700, tbence snilth Sn chilli
nine or less,   thenco euat     si) chalm
line     loss   in   Ihe   bunk   ul   I lie   Sl
Vlnry's river; thenoe up stream i.
pust "I commencement.
iuliN    ARMOUR.
Baled  March  II.    1910 Vi in.
I'llAMllluuK  HAND DISTRICT
District uf Kootenay.
Dated Mb Marcll,  1910 13 Jl
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Uisuici uf East Kootenay.
Douglas
Take   notice thnl   I  Jos
mnatBble. ul Fort    Steele
ippl)   im   permission  tu ,
following described lnnds
nc ui a i„,-'     plnntcd a
li-   ,.!    '':i
chnins
st, them
-.--,
li Walsh.
Intend tu
•chase the
ammencc-
tbi- I,.nil.
> running
in chains
iius suuth. thi'iu
P'
I.   Juhn   U     Al'.deisuii.
Town, New Brunswick,  j--
ten.I   in   apply   InC   pcmil--
clttise  the lollowing described   anils
Commencing al  a pnsi  planted at the
ii..!tbwi -'    cornei      aboui
north ..ml i,u    cbains     eo u       .-  >;.
northwest  corner ul   Lot   7197  I hem
....itii -ii rim a-, tbence easl   sn   -...
tboilCO   mill.   ."   i'lllllll-     Uu 111
su chains to the polnl    I i
u ent    uml containing I H    <
■ i   ii -
.Iniui i,   Anderson    !.- i u
I-    I:   Anderson    Agent
Ilm,-,1  sib   ll.in li    Iin'
i RANBRtlOK I.ANB DISTRII  i
Iiistcni ,f Eaat Kooteim]
I    ll ii iv i'   Bower,  ,.i  !i..-s
secures lo you n BHITISH  COLUMBIA   FARM
in the British (.'(iluiiilii.i Southern; Columbia and
ktiuti n;n .mil Western K'iiilw.iy Conipimy's Land
(Iraiils. These lands are eminently suited lor .the
raising "I
FRUIT,   GRAIN   OR   STOCK
i
and may he purchased on these EASY TERMS
from
Northern Seeds
That Grow
We have a large and complete
stock of seeds and want your business either by mail, phone, wire or
in person.
Watch our window next week
for imported educated green hog.
J. D. McBride
Hardware
Cranbrook B. C.
I NATURES FERTILIZER j
NOTICE
N't.iiif is herehy given that 30 days
nftor iliiii' 1 Intend to npply to the
I Inn.liable i "tne!" Commissioner "f
I,mills for h License to pruspect for
conl hiu! petroleum over tin* following lnnds, situate in tlie district o<
Southeast Kootenay, British Colum*
friii. jn hot 4593: i lommcncing nt a
pnst plnntcd ut or near 11V0 milts
iluc enst oi the 2\t milo pest on C.P,
li. survey Iin*', which is the western
liOlimllU'y ui Lot 4693, nnd being the
north went corner pust o( Anna K.
Paulson's claim: thonce smith eighty
(80) chnins; thonce east eighty (Kin
chains; thence north eighty (80)
chains; thence west eighty (80i
chains to the point of commencement,
making (HO acres, more or less.
Located this 2ml dnv of February,
1910,
Aiiun K. I'nulsun,   Locator,
Kathen W. Butts. Agent,
Willinm  IC,   Butts. Witness.     10-lfi
ranadian   Pacific   Railway
why art* looking for settlers lor this pari
Fimber Lands ol the highest character, situated in
these Grants, are offered foi sale in blocks ol from
640 acies upward,
GOOD SHIPPING FACILITIES
SCENERY UNSURPASSED
Applv io the address as shown on the attached Jcoupon
Inr Maps, Application Forms, Regulations and Literal ire
LB
JOSEPH   WALSH
Dat*d   March   12th   1 HO. 12 10
Vt VTKH   \'"i   ■ 109
Take  notice  that    John   Robertson
ate   ■ di pentet   nnd  Willinm
Ola    "-'.        Scot land
ngineei       *ill     11 pl j a    W atci
pi   -   ■ :. iu ■    ■; ■      ibii   rui3l   ol
ii llei   Lilly Creek   a trih
tan        ' ■■'     \l  s ie      Bi ei    and  tu
tore rt vi   irrc  ieei    o| the   aid  wati 1
■ nl Ih •■■ tion   w Ml     be mi
■■   ■..  Land than  half n mile
re-r-mptiiii   v    1223 and am ill
■ thei.   hall   il the   aid pre
NOTICE
Notice is horeby given that 30 days
nfter date I Intend tu upply tu thc
Honorable < 'hie! Commissioner uf
Lauds for a license to prospect fori Desk l
cual and potroleum over the following lands, situate iu the diatrict o(
Southeast Kootenay, British Colum-1
bin. In Lot 4593: Commencing ut a
post plnnteil at or nenr four miles
due east Of tlie 39 mile post on C,P,
II. survey line, which is the western
boundar) ol Lot 4598, and being the
southwest cornor post of Joseph 8,
Dnnner's clnim; thenre north eighty
ISO) chains; theme east eighty (80)
chains; thenre south eighty ' 180)
chains; thenee west eighty (80) ehuins
in the point of commencement, making i.-in acres, more or less.
1 oimted this   2nd dnv of February*;
1910.
Joseph s   Danner,   Locator,
Kathen  W   lintts,  Agent
William   K    Butts,   Witness.      10 15
Please send me all i
J. S. DENNIS,
Asst. to 2nd Vice President.
Calgary, Alberta,
arts pertaining to your lands in ti. C.
To get the best results from
your fruit trees you must put
nourishment into the ground.
——in——
Dried Blood  Ferh uer
Try Our   Blood and Bone Mixture
Tankage.
P. BURNS & CO.
Pliona 10
f. O. Box I.
r***
Ham and Bacon
Our smoked iTieats are always fresh stock. We
are sure tbat if you try them once you will agree
with us that they are the best flavored and most
wholesome smoked meats you have ever eaten.
P.Woods & Co
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PHONE 67
P. 0. BOX 164
CRANBROOK   AERIE 967
Fa  O.  E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
M, el ei'.-n   Kiiday Ut H p.Hi
Visiting   Hroilift*  Cordial!)    Invited
U    K     Inbnr*
Aerie Physician,   I
ihIiiii.' president,
(tarter, acting Hi
|:,,.< 28.
Ak' nt, Intend     to apply "< i  pei
it jsslon to  purchase     the    lolh t Ing
•■   ■ |bed lands        Comm 'nctnt b1   1
p   ■   planted at  the southeast cornei
,!    nc mile m rth    anil HO chaln«
n|  the    nnrth weal  corner of Lot
The Fountain Head of Life
Is The Stomach
nn
dim
ch
in.lilt
l.pl     IK  !
thence east  *»i chaii
commencemenl.
more    r   le*
Hnrrj  C,  Bowers,  Lorntoi
K   i:    vndei ■ n    \\<en\
Dated  Sth  March,   l  i-i 21
.fiK  LAND DIflTRTCT
t o( Baal Knntonny.
.ti Trail, H H
A      IILltl
proper!)
weak '■)
Uuuffici*
lii> im" i #mli. ■mt impaired iitunaih and who dtien nm
Jigcaf \u\ to.id will ioun find thai Ini hhitul lia» bacuuic
impovcrirthed, and thai hu whole body it improperly aud
■ 1 v nouriahed.
'|:-\M1|
Ml   Hi
I, KIIKnhoUi Kliiln
hnn ski' I-', intend tn ipply I"' pn
tnh imi in purchase the fidliiwint*
,1,. mhed   Inuil I'oimii em Ing  ul
 i   phnteil  ni   i loulher -   rornni
nl  Lot    7ZR7   heinr     th'*     norlbwetrt
cornei   thence gnuth 80 ehalnn; thence
,.,, t  Rn   hilnn   Ihnnn   " ',,:   ■" ''   '"
thonce weBt 80 chaiiir. to tho puint of)
ui-. pibhub'S golden muhttgAt. oiseovwtY
m.tkri   tiif   itttmaca   atruni. promotra  the  ttttw at
dl&extltr faicaa,  rratttrra the loat aapatlt*. mak**
maalmllatloa   perfect,  iKviQuratea   tha   llvar   aa*
•mt HI I*,* .ind enrtcken tht blond. It la la* \\raat blood-maker,
tlrnh huttder and reatnratlve ntraa tunic. It nittkea miaa
al rant   In   body,   active   In   mind   aad   caol   Im   Iud0.amtttmt.
Tint " Discover*1 " >•> a purr, jjIvitim cilmit of Ailianoan mrdirul imili,
absolutely tree from alcohol and *\\ injurious, h*b!t->forinintf dru^t. All iia
in^rodienti nre printed on id wrappers,   li   \\*\  uo   relationship with tec rut
BOatrUffM,     Its rvtrt  in|(redirnl il eiulomrd hv ihr  tr«ilri» in nil the kdiooL ul
medicine, Don't accepl > iccret no*trum as a mihutliule lor tiox lime*pruven
remed) •■* tNOwa noMroirrtoN, Aai voui hhiomiiohs, They mum know of
Many ourei made b> il d.iim( pui tu yean* niiht in vour own neff{ltburhoud,
»in Ul % lJis(ifr.inr> Medical Anociatlon, Ur. H.V. Pierce, Pre*., huiinij  N  Y.
PURITY FLOUR
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOMK pcuplc nnd it necessary to buys considerable quantity
of flour at one time—sufficient to lust lor a long period.
Naturally they ure unxious to procure a Hour of the kind best
adapted to lenytliy storage.
There are two important reasons why PURITY FI.OUR
possesses these qualities. One is that it is made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheal. The other lies in the fact that the careful
milling necessary to produce "Purity" absolutely excludes all
low-grade particles of Ihe wheat berry. It's the high grade
Manitoba Hard Wheat Flour that keeps—stands longest storage.
Thai's "Purity."
"Purity" flour may cost a little more,
but is more than worth the  difference.
Try it.    Watch results both for quality
und yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Wkstehn Canada Flour Mills Co., Limited
Mill* at.Sl, Uonifiue, flodwlcb, Hrandoi.
Olliti, Wumipcf, Manitoba.
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; George  R.  Leask  Ar Co.
BUILDI kS
and
Contractors
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION *
PHONE 114 P. O. BOX 868
ALL  KINDS OF  BUILDING   MATERIAL -
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND.
hi )K SALE li*!
THE FINK MERCANTILE COMPANY
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