Brown Accident: 0050.0785


            E.H. Brown, who had the misfortune to lose both of his hands in a railway accident in the Cranbrook yards some months ago, has leased the room formerly occupied by the bowling alley, opposite the Canadian Bank of Commerce and is fitting it up for a tobacco store and pool room.  The barber shop of Bullock & Webster will be connected with the pool room.  Mr. Brown has many friends in Cranbrook, not only among the railway men, but with everyone else who knows him and there is no doubt that he will do a good business.

0050.0785: Brown Accident

Cranbrook resident who loses both hands in a railway accident opens a tobacco store and pool room.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  July 29, 1909
Pages:  4
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)


railway accident bowling alley tobacco store pool room barber shop


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