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erry   Christmas   to
the Wish of "The Prospector"
We Have
Exceptional   Good   Assortment
or
Ladies' Bracelets
From $2.50 Up
WILSON
JEWEL,-*!)
The   Leadingt Newspaper
in the
Kootenays
The
"Prospector"
$2.00 Per Year
VOLUME 1».
CIUNimoOK, B.C.
SATURDAY M'JIININQ
DHCEMBBn 21st.
NUMBRB 51.
City Council
A meeting ot the city council van
bold In tbe Council chamber*) on
Monday night, there being -present
Mayor A. C. Bowness antl Aldermen
Caraiilieli, Clapp and Cameron-
The business ol tho evening was
principally to pass a by-law cited as
By-Law No. 118. "Local Improvement By-Low. This by.law is lor the
purpose ol establishing tho rates 01
payment lor the menevs due the city
Irom the recent building ol concrete
sidewalks on Baker Street.
Owing to the coBt of a part of the
building of same to be paid by the
property holders ot this section ol
the city, the council decided that
time payments would con-'ldi'rr'-ly
aesist tho owner to dischargo thc
debt to the city and to do this was
tho purpose of the by-law draited up
nnd passed on Monday aight. Sul-
flce it to say there nre only a small
minority of tho holders who wish to
take advsntige ot this opportunity
ns a considerable number have already paid their share in lull.
A Cheerful Giver
"The Lord loveth a cheerful giver.'
and "It is more blessed to give thnn
to receive," aro Inlthlul sayingr,
and worthy of all acceptation.
Give where your gift Is needed, where
It brines ioy nnd gladness, nnd your
own heart will swell with real pleasure . To lavish gifts upon the rich,
the strong, the powerful, in the hone
that you may receive In turn, Is
mean, groveling and pitiful Don t
belittle yours'It that way. Give
freely only where love prompts, or
better yet, go out among God's poor
hunt out those less favored or less
fortunate and no acts that will
brighten human lives nnd the brightness wilt come back into your own
heart by reflection.
The great and noble characters of
the world. The men in nil ages who
have been admired and loved have
heen generous men. The shunned and
hated and despised cr.-ntures of the
human race have always been the
nnsers, the stingy, grasping, hoarding wretches who value money above
human souls, and hugged their went
in the Ince ol misery. Tho world
shouts and laughs when such men
die, but lt follows generous mnn
to his grave with tears and real sorrow.
In this world the most Beautiful
thing Is charity which gives without
hope ol roward or return, simply lor
the love of giving, nnd for tho love
ol other human beings
Christmas giving has long been and
will probably continue a chief characteristic of thn day's observance By-
such means do love nnd Irlondsnin
And happy expression. But with It
all lot us net forget the first groat
Chrmtmnn gilt, winch camo from the
father ol Lights wltll *vhom,; there in
neither vitrlahioness nnr shadow of
turning—a gilt which is ours not only
lor all time but for all eteruity as
well
Tho Christmas spirit Is In tho nlr
•nd It Is doubtful If there Is city In
tbo province that hns mure elaborate
preparations lor tbe holidays than
our own. The merchants havo responded to the feeling of buoyancy
that tho season crouton anil they
have loaded the shelves and tables
andeven tbe floor space of tholr store
with everything thnt the siro-n demands. They have nought heavily ot
holiday goods and everyone of the ea-
tabl s'linonts IS a veritable exposition 0' things that aro beautiful and
sensible.
Yes. ChristmnB is drawing very
near. Thon let us with one hand
tenderly cling to the oldyoar whllo
we stretch forth tho other to greet
the new, To some lt hns bcen a
yenr ol prosperity, to others, ono of
adversity and sorrow. As we look
back over past events wo cannot fail
tn noto tbo absence ol manny that
were with us a year atro. But now
tliey aro gono, h-oti called homo to
return nn more This time Inat year
they were planing a surprise tor
Borne ono nonr and dear to ttiein In
the wny ot a Obrlstmns prisont that
would cause them to bn retnomhorod
na the vcars roll on bringing tho Joy-
oue Christmas time.
K. P.'sjat Fernie
On Tiieslay ol this weok tho local
order ot Knights ot Pythias, In answer to a request from Ftrnie lodge
went east to the coal city to exemplify the degree work nnd incldently
to show tho boys nt Fernle how the
work could ho dono. Thero were
some eighteen members of the order
who lourned from Crnnbrook. More
were picked np at Wardner nnd other
points along the line. The party
trom Cranhrook consisted ol J-
Clark. T. Clark, F. Kummer, B.
Hill, D. linird, A. C. Bowness, N.
Houston, n. Carr, D. McCowan, B.
Bassitt. W. Rollins, J. Henderson, A.
Hurrie. F. M. Christian, B. Johnson
and 15. Hoisall, nil of Cranbrook; S.
Gsiflit'i, of Crows' Nest and G. Dona-
boo, ot Wardner. The trip was most
Interest ng nnd well repaid the boys
for going down.
Petitory King
One hundred Indian Chiets Irom all
aarts of fie province nre In conler-
mco at Vancouver to discuss tbe
laims of Indians ta lnnds of British
Oolumbla. There nre old men ot 85
ind young braves. The principal dls
aisiion concerns the report ol the
'cd; r.*.t government commissioner, Dr
McKennn, who last summer looked
nto the Indian lnnds question in
British Columbia for the purpose ol
nn''ing a report to Ottawa. Tne In-
'ians claim the commissioner ders
lot understand them, and tbey have
irepared a petition to be presented
t.o the King bin self, ns'ting that the
the privy council de-1 with the land
mestlon.     The   Indiana   base   their
laims to certain lands on a proclam
ttion issued hy King Oeorge III In
1783, which they 1 liege, gave them
-ill™ to all lamb in British Columbia
111 do'intcs arc Icing carried on   in
ho Chinook tongue. Bev' 0. M.
Pate, secretary t.t the Indian Rights
ssociatiou, is chairman ol the meetings.
Christmas!
The glad jovons festal time draws
near, and unnumbered hearts are
boating in delightful anticipation
Storo windows are decied in holiday
attire. Tho holly and evergreen hang
in festoons, and the wonderful Christ
inn;: tree is gradually putting in appearance. Cheery voices ring out In
rchersnls of song and chorus (or celebration night. Merry Christmas will
soon be here and Christmas songs ol
pence. Chris'mss greetings are greet
Ings of good will. How tbey soften
hard hearts, purity base dertres,
sweeten hitter thoughts, and mako
every deed, purer nnd holier; every
wish kind nnd tenderer. Let hearts
expand, sympathies enlarge and good
will reign. Lot benedictions drop
from H*)s, nnd substantial gltts fall
rrom overflowing hands. Make cheer-
lul homos radiant, and hopele-s
hearts to thrill with unspenkable
gladness. Forgive your enemies.
Ilury Iho past. Rise above the mean
md petty resentments which you may
hnve harbored against thru who
have not used you well, Bo generous
Get ready to start tho new year
with morn kindly feelings and more
noblo ambitions. Mnko tho Christmas of this year 11 day to which you
ran always look back with pleasure
and gratitude. Teaco and good will
unto you, dear reador, and a Merry,
Merry Ohrlstmas to nil.
Obrlstmns Is eminently the children's dav From tho gray ol early
dawn—It Is tho only dny In winter
when ttictr eyes open at that hour
—at tho intost hour nt night, let
ovcrythln. give way to t'-e little autocrats whose tyranny In courted by
''very man nnd woman w-ho bos any
essence of lovo ln the broust. Romp
and tumblo nnd shout with them.
When another Ohrlet-nos comes, some
of them will not bo hero, nnd those
thnt nro will ho bv one year thnt
I much further from the royalty that
doth so nttincly bocome tbem.
Obrtatmaa Is lor the children—let
everything   bend to their enloymont.
"The Cingalee" a Success"
Cranbrook Operatic Society  More   Than   Repeats
its Previous Successes
-■Ex.iUfaltnr "Bo:iiiti.ui!" '-De'l'l.t-
ful!" ''Bents Anythfn!; yet!1'
'Fine!" "Kellecta grent credit to tbe
uity to posseB3 such talent!" are only aonvJ o* the expressions that
could be heard fall from the lips ot
those who attended the rendering oi
■'The Cingalee" at the Auditorium on
Tuesday and Wednesday of the wcuV.,
by   tbe Crnnbrook Operatic Society.
The Cranbrook Operatic Society ii
composed entirely oi local amateur
talent which had its inception thro i
years ago, and each year from that
time on tbe success hns been more
oronoitnced with each succeeding production. Tho last ona "The Cingatee'
can be said to be the best they have
ever attempted. The wor': involved
tn its production, tbe preliminary
work, the training of raw material,
reflects great credit upon tin officials
in charge o1" the production. There
were several of the performers in thi.
latest production who have taVcn
part ln the former ones, but new talent is each year being discovered and
>« this yenrs piinclpi 1 part was
placed tn the hands of Mis* M. Service, who played "Nnnoyaj' the tea
girl, it gave a splendid opportunity
'or her to show her htBtronic ability
and well did sii-a repay the confidence
Imposed-
Tha ladles and gent'esmen who por-
trnyed tho different characters setmieJ
ro nro' lU'ly (-rf"=--i tUfl p< ten!" o' t'.o*r
lines   and   cie-irly   re'lfcterl ths ewe
nd -nnlitv o the director's in t'.oir
training of the. company.
•'The visit to the Island of Cey-
ion," the land of flowers presentel
many realities in an engaging Inn.
Thetea plants tlon_wfth its tea gr!s
A Silent Christmas
It is not generally known fiat
Christmas at one time was regarded
ob a superstitious festival, and put
down in England uy the strong hand
of the law. The holly and mstleto?
bough were ordered to be destroyed
root and hrnnch. as "plants of the
Rvil One" It was Oliver Cromwsli
who ordered that throughout tho
Drincfpat towns in the Country Christ
mas should not he observed, "It being a hurtful custom.'' In order to
•.inke people forget Christmns. be enacted that all markets should be held
on the 25th of December. It was
hardly to be expected that the r<-°-
ple would quietly submit to so extraordinary a rule, nor did tbey. During tho illnefs of Henry VIII In the
Ilrst year of h's retgn it wns delded
that the ChrlRtmnB should be qui?t.
There were no bells, carols or merrymaking.
The Real Good
Of the three hundred and sixty-five
dnys in each year, ln no one ot them
Is so much happiness concentrated as
in that of Christmns. Parents and
guardians aro made happy by tbe expenditure of lnhor and money to
please tho young, nnd the ronning influence of these arts on their own
natures Is of more value to thom
than thrice the amount of gold and
hIIvit they have etrended in procuring thom Who is tbe man or woman of flftv or sixty who cannot
look hack over these vanished yeirs
nnd recall with pie-sing associations
some to^on of his or her youth from
Bomn kind friend on Christmas?
So will It be now. nnd from generation to generation. Tho roil go id
nnd extended Influence of thee gifts
to the youni; we mav not prftmnic to
measure In a refining sens* f'-oy
are more durable nnd Inr execel
their price In either silver orgold.
and palace nt night were boautlful
illustrations of the acetic art.
A synopsis of the play Indicates a
presumptive heir to nn English title
leasing a tea plantation ond under-
takes its management. He fal'.s in
love with ono of the tea girls wbo
hns bcen married at thfl ago of four
yenrs to an official. An attorney is
accused of abducting this four year
old matron, also of strjling a famous black pearl. During the tea
e:enes which represent tho love scenes
cf Harry Verever nnd Nanoya; the
history of the black pearl; there is a
rapidly changing panorama of interest that was very pleading to the audience
Mr. George Stevenson as '"Harry
VereVer" took the heiviest part and
carried the role with evcailent ability
.Mrs. E. T- Patte.s;>n, ub "Lady
Patricia Vane" was a successful favorite, and wren she sang "My heart
is nt your feet, pick it up'' she received a generous r mount of ap-
pinrse which was richly deserved.
Mirs Maggie Kennedy ns "Peggy
H ahine'1 sang sweetly and with her
piquant rendering of her part re^chel
the hearts and heads r>; the audience
In a deiighful manner wh ch gave e*-
preBsicn by generoun rounds of applause .
Mr. A. Riworth, ns in former y^ars
ngain proved himself ,T favorite with
tin; audience Tn \\>f r-\-. -:a ''CKftj,t.-
bitddy Ham" a baboo -nwyer, ha a-
gain rsrented the miccrss he has always ntt'iinod. Tho duet which he,
in company with MiBs Kennedy sang,
brought the house down fn good
shape with applause.
Mr.    Allen    Craham as   "Sir Peter
Loftus," high commissioner, won well
received and could not have been Improved upon in tie role, Mr A. 1.
McDermot as ''Boobhamba," n noble
of Kandy; Mr. C. W. [.mil inch as
''Bobby Warren" in winch he sang
"Pour little girls from Ceylon" assisted by Miss T. Brown, Miss Uoth-
noy, .Miss P. Chapman and Mrs. P.
E. Wilson, wero all well received oy
tbe nttentive audience. |
Mr. 0. 0. Staples as "Myamgah" I
played his part well and waa espec-1
n;ly Btrong in the "Devil's Dnnco1' |
and proved his ability tn urchir. feet.
The special dance of Miss rtu.nsey'fr
was another strong feature of the
I'crfnrmnnce.
Whilst we havo mnde particular
mention of sever.! of the leading artists In the piny it must be understood that tho company na a whole
has rarely I en, surras'cd by any of
the uumToiis professional companies
who make a sjtay at Cranbrao't-.
Whbo it would take np too much
space to enumerate all tho ro'c*.
f-lled, wc wish to Bay tbat the sever
al quart otws, sectets and chorus
singing was all thnt. could he desired
AU honor must be s'.nred l.y every
one taVing part in the production.
We wteh to make especial mention
of tbe unremitting care and thought
exercised bv Mr. U. T. Brymnrr nn
Musical Director, bU responsibility
vtas •,;■.-..: i Vv,ng nply raw material
to draw from and only the &.gheet
praise cnn Ue given to him for tiie
excellent results obtained. Hla ass's
tant in tho work Mr. 0. W. LatrTJach
stage manager, can well share with
him some of the credit they both are
so well entitled to.
Watch your Stamps
The p- stmavter-general bas b-fn te
suing a warning to the various prst-
maeters throughout the country to
the effect that the Tuberculosis Ho
cicty are Issuing stampfl for the purpose of raising itinds for meeting tiie
running osiei8 3 of their soci.ty.
We havo been requested by Mr, J
.leiidiTSi n, our post inns ter, to inform tbe public that be has received
definite instructions irom tbe bead
department that thc department, cannot permit Buch stamps to he pasted on the front orthe envelope but
Ihey may be pasted on the back ns
sealers and tho public are requested
to govern themselves accordingly.
Mr. Henderson say that there hns
not as yet been any pass through
the Cranbrook office, rs the distribution of the society's stamps has not
reached so far west: but in ease tbey
do particular notice of tiie warning
Is given as above
Mining  Notes
Tho Sullivan Mme on Wednesday
.-bipped four carloads of ore to thc
Trail Smctter.
Tbe Steam Sbovel Outfit at Perry
Creok still continue to develop tbeir
.•round by means of a drill. Holes
bave been sunk to n depth of 80 feet
lo bedrock
Favorable reports from the recent
strike in tho Society Girt mine at
Moyie are being received
• t;. .',..;iien on '."'Id Hoxsa e..*t.k ive
getting ont logs for riffles and repairing flumes.
A number o! men an? busy do'nt*
the annual assessment work on a
nuinhf-r of claims on Lewis Creek
Fire!
The Are brigade has had a busy
week Two cms on Saturday last.
otic to Mr. il. I.ineil's residence on
WaU Abenue and the other at J A-
Murray.b property; both these being
canseq by the overheating of the
chimnevs, Httle damage was dime at
either Another can on Thursday ax
ternoon to tbe residence ol Mr. W. 0.
Moore, in Sintervliie. This was
cauBed by a fine of clothes which whs
strung acroES the room nbove the
catching fire. The ceding was a little burnt hut no further damage was
evidenced. It was extinguished before
tho arriva' of the brignde.
Hang Up the_ Stocking
The Christmas tree Is all very well
it if "splendid.,1 in fact, and how
beautiful It looks wltb the candles
lighted and the bright tinted balls
and bells and e'-'RS and heart and
Btara shining nil over it; but it is nothing to the stocking in tho chimney
place on Christmas eve. Have the
tree by all means. But if you want
to make th*. children happy don't o
mlt stockings. It la English and
fashionable to have tho tree, with ail
the aunts and uncles and cousins
nsked, and gifts 'or everybody, and
music nnd dancing and games, and
cake and oranges and lemonade and
candles and funny recitations, and all
Hurts of things. But ob. the stock-
ings! When evryone hns hought a
pair of the longest and biggest, and
papa has taken p-iins to hang them
so thnt they nre strong, and all ie
quite still in the street and it is bed*
time, wbat wonderful idens come into little minds, and what pleasant
mr-morles into those'of the grown-upe
Wbat mother would like to miss th»
exhibition of hope and faith. The
child wbo trusts most ardently in
tbe baneroient Santa Clause will bv
most likely to put faith In heaven's
Torclos in his after life; for Santa
Olaue always comes wben he ts ex-
peoted nnd mother and father bang
up the Btockinira, Santa Is sure to
put something in them.	
'-TOM
R\oa^*»a««iwTKBhfcr'-'- ^zrutt-jw
Christmas Headquarters
Only Three More Shopping Days
/CHRISTMAS Shopping is a pleasure  at this store
^*^     We carry not only the Largest, but the BEST ASSORTED  stock
in our line in East Kootenay.   We are always ready to refund your
money on unsatisfactory purchases.
By Shopping as much as possible in lhe morning it will be to our Mutual Advantage
Handkerchiefs
For Men
Initialod Lined, half doz-
on iu box 12.50
Extra tine quality of imported Irish Linen
at Ho and ,'!.ric
A Good Overcoat
or Suit would make n most acceptable
gift,   We are showing some excellent values in fur lined coats
Kat Lined Coals at $56.00 iSi ?n" 50
Kersey Lined Coats (fur collar) $20 00
For Labies
Teddy Boar Crib Blank
ets in  White,  Pink and
Blueal                   $1.60
Bearskin Coat S2 75 eo $7.00
Bootees                25c to 75c
Shoes                05c to SI.25
Steamship  Sank
The British Drondnought Centur-
, Inu while spoodlng nt Ihn rnto ol 20
[knot., oil Porl hunt, hutoro dawn
j Monday morning ran down nnd sank
a   nm;i!l stonmnr.   The Imttlcshlp r«-
I turnod to imrt this afternoon leaking
badly and with n lettered bow.
I   Tlio   nte'inier   tried   to   cro-a   tlu.
hows nl tlio warship which "truck her
well forward with mich force thnt the
I iitoainci-'n   port light, waa (mind 11111
burning niter thn colllnlnn oa the
Centurlon'i forecnutle. Before tlio
steamer clonred tho battleship's
smolui she sunk nnd no trncn ol ber
could he (mind, nlthotigh Hie bo-ttA
were lowered nnd ttio (lontiuiim cnits
od nbout until long ulter dnwn. Tbo
stenmer plungod to tlic bottom oo
(liilckly thnt the crow ot ttio hiittto-
ship could not determine wbotbor she
toiS a tramp or a passenger ship.
|*>''9 bows ol tbo hnttlesblp woro dnin-
iic-il by tlio anchor being driven
throughhor platei.
Gift Slippers
Crotched Slipper in nil
sizes and colors, Boudoir
.Slippers • $1 50
Satin Bvening Slippers
iii Black, Dine. While
und Pink >?l 7*i
A U?a
w
Rug
VV
II pul your pai
lor
or dining room
III
purtccl   oi-da
-.
Willi
our luru"!
118
sortmeiit, ii. wl
.1 1
 f-v
lo make a
su
octioii,    Vou will
limi  something
III
lit yonr purs
i„,
Wool Kiiks
$
i.So 10
Sis Oil
UruMclla Ruga
I SO to
35.00
Will,,n ltll)4„
2
1 (HI to
55.00
Millinery Reduced
Any Frlfnmed Hat at
Half  Price
LADIES' SUITS
at 'Jo per cenl discount
	
Travelling Bags
In our large assortment
of fitted bugs and suit,
cases you will find just
what you want. On
these lines our prices
are very low.
Beautiful
Furs
r-iirs
dolight tin- hearl
of all women
Voll
could not. possibly
make  a mis
lake
by choosing furs
for your gift.
In our slock you will  1
nd   llie  latest
ideas
worked   out   in
Mink,   Fox,
Ktpn
•ii.-l. Porsiaii Laml
1, Marmot, etc
Men's
Shoes
Why  not  leave an order
for    a    pair
of   shoes.
This praclic
tl system is
growing In
favor.      Wo
control   Sale
of   tho fa-
itious  Staler
and   Kcirnl
makes
Mc Creery
Bros.
Cranbrook's Dry Goods
AND
Clothing Stores THE I'ttOSPECTOR. CRANBROOK,  B. C.
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EXTRA!
DAILY NEWS
CRANBROOK. B.C., DECEMBER 2lst. I'>l2
$300.00 WORTH
]':   OF     MERCHANDISE
GIVEN   AWAY
+*
+ +
$300.00 WORTH
OF    MERCHANDISE   f
GIVEN   AWAY
The War Is On!
TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER of MERCHANDISE is NOW RAGING
at the
East Kootenay Mercantile House
The Prices are being cut down like weeds. Kvery article in the House is at the mercy of the knife. Everybody should take advantage of this
enormous sacrifice. We want you Men. Women and Children to come in and buy your wants, as you certainly will be the loser if you don't
Anyway, come in and look around and be convinced' WE MEAN BUSINESS We are determined to reduce our stock regardless of
cost, loss or profit.   The Goods must go.     lt is your benefit and our loss.
VVTE?    rVP? I-*-?P)   THE   iVl-ONEY'   '* °Uf ^ar Cry' a"d-CU-r PR,C?S is the Pass Word.   Now get busy
and  make vour  dollar  be  worth  twice as  much and make it work
overtime.
IN  ADDITION TO  THIS WE WILL HAVE   A GUESSING CONTEST.      We  will give to the person who guesses
when the clock stops, nearest, an   Elegant $20.00 Dresser.   This Guesiing Contest STARTED FRIDAY, 9 a.m., AND ENDS WHEN
CLOCK STOPS.   It is an 8-day clock.
East Kootenay Mercantile Co.
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CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF CRANBROOK
List  ol   Persons Enlitled u> Vote at the Municipal
Elections for the City of Cranbrook tor
the War 1913
NAME IN PULL
1 Akerllnil,  Olol  	
2 Aiuleeu.  l.enu •	
•   Amleen, tlviHt 	
4   Austin, Wesley John 	
6 Armstrong, Thomas Obnrles ■■■
6 Anderson.  Klmer W	
7 Armour,  John 	
8 Alley,  VVtllI-.ni  Allied  	
.   Armstrone, Mra. B	
10 Armstrong,  J nines F	
11 Adlurd, W. 0	
lit   Arnold, JameB A	
IB   Armstrong, Allen 	
14 Atchison. VV. .1	
15 Aikens.  •(   A.  M	
For  Hchool
It   Atkinson,   A.  W	
17   Brault,   Vital 	
It   Uaiter, Charles P	
19   Browu,  Edwin  H	
80   Hell,   John Henry  M	
21 BownsSN. A. 0  e"m
22 Brlerly,  Ernest  F	
23 Brown, Oeorge Bruce 	
24 .lurch,   IsnaC  	
25 Baird,  David 	
2d   Buchanan, James T	
27 Bnwnes;,  A   (-	
28 Bantield. T   It   	
29 Boyes,   Jimies  Murray   	
3«   Brault,  Adelord 	
31 Brown.   Michel  	
32 Benson,   John
33 Hriiult.    .losenh
34 Brault,   .I(ms|>h
35 Bernhardt, M   .1    	
36 Brnder.   F	
37 Brown, (leorge 0
38 Beale,  Mrs. M.  F	
39 Beale,  M   A	
411   Biilnmnt,   Mnhcl   	
41 Beaton,   I..  F.   '.	
42 Brown, M. F	
43 BitwnesM,  Hu/.el   L	
44 Bowness. A. C	
45 Binning, It. J   	
46 Bnldwln,  W.  H	
47 Barney,  (1.  M.  	
48 Brown.   James 	
49 Brlggs.   Hurry   	
50 Beach, .lumen H   	
51 Baldwin, Ilnvid H	
52 Brock,  Hiu-h   	
64    BOMCtt,  8.  <1	
66 Bufllngton, Olaro 	
56   Baldwin.  Bamllel 	
67 llraVe,   J.   H	
6»   Baker. Carrie 	
69    IUIbh, I).  K	
60 Bartlan, Hdyth Oordon
(I    Brynns.   "Ted   	
62   Brynns    Hnrnll  	
6.1   Black, A. M   	
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Bennett,  J.	
Bennett, H	
Bnin, Peter 	
Uennedlct, R. B	
Burwell, H. M	
Baker, V. Hyde	
Bullock, A. H	
Beck, Florence 	
Beatty, W.  R	
Boyter, T. H	
Bridges, D. A	
Bridges,  M	
BridgeB, J. F	
Belanger, G	
Broughton,  J. F	
Bale, F. A	
Baiter,  Isaac J	
For School Trustees
Bush, Wm	
Brennan,   John 	
Bardgett,  W	
Choldttch, John    Householder
Cameron, Alei D    Llcensebolder
Chapman, Uuy    Householder
Carter, George Wm. V    Householder
Carlow, Leon     Householder
Clayton, Harry     Householder
Crowe, JameB L    Householder
Culley, James Brucs     Llceneeholder
Cotley, Frederick     Householder
Chr.stian, Frank M    Householder
('line. Wesley     Householder
Christian, Thomas,H    Llcensebolder
Clldord, Frank     Householder
Chapman, Harcourt H. H    Householder
Conroy,  James     Houssholdsr
Co-ey, F For P. Burns *
Coffey, Keltic 	
Chapman, G. H	
Cnrr  Allcs 	
Cock,  C.   A	
Corey, T.   A	
Clapp, lister	
I'umnnni;.    John Georga 	
Cummlnn, E. c	
Callahan, Mary „
Oampbell   Joseph F	
Oarson m. b	
Caslake, J. H	
Clark Rnbt	
Csssells   Kate 	
Oorbttt   Edmond 	
■ ('lurk   Andrew	
C.imeron   J	
Crlrney, J   	
Oampbell   Ethel M	
Ciivei   Bessie   	
Cnven   TliomnB 1).	
Oarman M. J i	
Oarman p. K	
Carr Boss 0	
Oolpmnn, William „
''r.-in-U,n    1,.  J	
Cameron w. F	
Crooks Ediih   	
Oorhett ll.  a	
Oorbett ('. H	
Carlson Frank    	
Obnprann H. w	
Cooper  M. W	
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Cos Percy   	
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Bavins Patrick   	
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NOTICE!
We wish to call the attention of the
public to our New Chocolate Manufacturing Department. The Chocolate Creams
and hand centres we manufacture will compare
favorably with any of the leading lines now
on  the  market,  both  in   flavor  and   Quality
We offer the same to the Public;
Chocolate Hand Rolls at 50c per lb.,
in one pound lots only.
High grade imported Chocolates are
sold at 60c per Ib and Chocolate hand
rolls at 75c per lh. Compare these
prices with ours and you will And a
saving of 20c to 25c per lb., respectively
In the near future we will manufac
ture all kinds of hard-boiled candies,
gum und jelly drops, also marshmallow
goods in their various forms. This will
mean the employment of a number of
factory hands as dipper and wrappers,
etc.
Patronize home industry and boost
Cranbrook's first factory.
Watch our Window Display! |
MAIL OKIll.RS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
"The Palm"
McKAY & JACKSON, Props.
Cranbrook
B.C.
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141 Deacon Frank       Llcenseholder
142 llnvls .1. K    Llcenseholder
143 Durlck  Michel       Householder
144 Doyle James 11    Householder
146 Doulileday Hrnest P    Householder
146 De/.nli. Dan     Houssholdsr
147 Doolnn I). ,1	
148 Davis P. T	
149 DnriiiiK. Kllon 	
160 Dunn P. A	
161 DnvlH Helen Maud 	
162 Dupoitt, Hiiuim 	
168 Detail Etta 	
114 Dickinson P. J	
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166 Doyle A  »'
166 Dale W. G  «
157 Dow C. A  «
168 Drummond Martha   • *»
169 Doran W. F  M
ICO lirusclilewltz Joseph   90
161 Dozall Frank   91
162 Dornn P  141
163 Deacon Harry   300
164 Daouot P  800
For School Trustees
165 Doris, T. .1	
1C6 Eby Robert   HouBobqldsr
167 Elwell Archibald   Householder
1C8 Ekstnm, Ohnrles   Householder
169 Erickson ntto A  Houseliolder
170/ Elwell Bdward   21
171 Elwell Agnes   21
172 Erickson Gustavo   **
173 Enkin n  *•
171 Kates Pearl s  '6
175 Frltsgsrnld Wm  Householder
' 176 Fink W. Hamilton   Householder
177 Foster Wm  Householder
178 Foster James W  Houseliolder
179 Fink Jnpoh Plus   Householder
180 Foley Frank Wm  Householder
181 Feroftlla Frnnk S  Householder
182 Frneoi Rlchnrd A  Houseliolder
183 Fink J, P For the Fink Mercantile Co.
184 Frost Michael   22
185 Finn's Murk      °?
186 Finlny, Margaret   31
187 Fennesey Amy     32
188 FenneBsy John J  19
189 Fresini U  38
190 Fortune Mnry   »»
191 Flnntmore N  39
192 FullJnmcB Harry   3°
193 Ftnk, ItpBsio   «"
194 Finlny, James   8»
196 Fowler James   M
196 Flowers W.   J  9'
197 Grace Andrew B  Householder
198 Gnrvey Robert   Householder
198 Gammon Lee   Householder
200 Gill  Albert   Householder
201 Geldslnski, John   20
202 Geldslnzkl JcBcph   20
203 Gurd C. B  22
204 Griffith W. H  24
205 Green Frnnk W  IS
206 Green LilUnn B /.  26
207 Griffin John W  31
208 Glendny Jnmes C  82
209 Grevett F. G. S  35
210 Greaves W :  37
211 Guerard  William    41
212 Genest A  43
213 Gill 0, M  86
214 Gill T. S  86
215 GltliB A  87
216 Gilpin. Nellie C  89
217 Gnrrctt 0. B  90
218 Gurd W. F  93
219 Goddcrls F  93
220 Grenon P. A  96
221 Grace. L  300
222 Guste'l  J  33
223 Graham Alen   96
For School Trustees
221 GUI  Rnlph 	
225 Godderls C	
226 Hnrdsr, Andrew John   Householder
227 Mill, Edward A  Llcenaeholder
228 Henderson, Jnmes B  Householder
229 Hedlund, Albert   Householder
230 Horseman, Truman   HouBeholder
231 Howard. Charles  Householder
232 Holland, Daniel   Ltcenseholder
233 Henley, John   Householder
234 Horseman. Abel Delance   Householder
235 Howard. James   Householder
236 Humble, Percy   Householder
237 Henderson, Alexander M  Householder
238 Hall, J. B  20
239 Hoskins, S. H  21
240 Hoskins, Margaret H  21
141 Hlckenbothnm, Clara   22
242 Hall, H.   E  23
143 Harris, W. M  23
244 Harrison, N. 1  23
245 Harriaon, Helena E  13
246 Huchcrott, J. F  J>
147 Mall, W. E. G  26
148 Hopkins, Dr.vid   28
249 Hopkins, Ellen Mary   29
250 Hnmllton, W. J  31
251 Horie, M  88
262 Hownrd, J. C  35
262 Hill. E. M  36
254 Hoggnrth, George   38
265 Hlckenbothnm, H  43
256 Homtl, P  43
257 Hnnson, N  88
258 Hamilton, L. A  89
259 Harvey. Milan   90
260 Hnrrls, Jnbez  10
261 Hnndlay, Puul   98
262 Hnll, WntBnn 8  27
263 Hnlanll, W  146
264 Haynes, W. Q  146
265 Hilton, R  900
266 Horton,  Edwnrd   96
For School Trustcea
267 Henth, M. II   	
268 Hamilton, R. W  <i
269 Henderson.   It    M       	
270 Johnson, Ed, Farmer   Llcenaeholder
271 Jobnaon, Gust.  Householder
872 Jones, Albert Edward   Llcenseholder
278 Jones, T. Gomer   23
274 Johnaon, ff. F  80
275 JollllTo. Alfred   80
276 Johnson, George W  32
277 Jackson, Joseph   42
278 Johnson, Alice M  42
279 Johnson, D. J  43
280 Johns-m, R. P .'.. • 86
881 Jackson, Helen   89
282 Jones, M. E  98
283 Jorden, Adn   146
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Borden's Business Like Plan
The "Standard," noticing with especial gratification that sir Willi id
Lanier nnd Premier Borden nre unanimous ns to the obligation ol Canada towards Imperial naval defence,
says!
"It la were a question ot nn Ideal
policy ol the future, t!io better plan
would undoubtedly bo that ench
Ovcrsens Dominion nhnuld police Ita
own wntors, tlio mother country s.i-
curlng the snlety ol ths heurt oi ths
Empire, but Mr. tlordsn Is ansloun
to meet tho rpiiulrenv-nto ol today,
nnd as the result ot bin recent con
teiciu-cB with Homo authorities, he
knowa tietler than Sir Wilfrid can
know exactly wbnt they are. But
even whore the opposing parties are
Inclined tn tike contrary views as to
the nu.it advantageous manner of
meeting Ihe obligation, which n
principle is accepted by both side.*
the  more    thoroughly tbo points are
threshed   out   tho   better   it will be
lor   all   parties' concerned."
MOST PRACTICAL   METHOD
"It ls not tor us to weigh the divergent views of Mr. Borden and Sir
Wilfrid Laurier, nor is tho queation
an urgent one," says tiie "London
TimeB." Thu three ships propesad
by Premier Borden cannot be built
in three years, so that a permanent
pol cy has lull time to mnture, and
menntlmc ltls arrangements with tbe
Admiralty will sccurn the amount ol
developoment in the constructional
facilities such ns suggested in ths
Opposition amendment of Sir Wll
Irld Laurier. Wc attach Importance
to this point, nml bolfovo Mr. Borden
has hit upon the most practical and
business like method ol dealing with
It. It is of real Imperial moment
thnt the cnplclty for naval construction .should be distributed In ninny
British contres, rather than conctntra
ted here, but no Dominion cnn build
a Dreadnought in n dny. The natural course is to begin, us Mr. Borden
suggested, with the smaller craft aud
work grndunlly up the scale. Tbat
is tho Australian policy, nnd it ts
probably nlso that Sir Wilfrid would
recommend. Wc shall tic glad to see
an Admlrnlty order placed iu a Canadian yard with tlio shortest delay
possible."
SIR WILFRID'S ATTITUDE
The "Dnlly Mail" snyB that to understand Sir Wilfrid Laurler's attitude it Ib neccBKiiry to remember
tbat ho Ib a consuumte electioneer
und vlryuoits In putty tactics. His
ob'ect Is to suggest, rather than to
advance a practical proposal. Being
in opposition, he is not in u position
to give effect, nnd tho real difficulty
iB that any one superior Dreadnough
in each ocean aurrounded hy thou-
sandmlles of sea would not protect
Canada against an enemy who bad
two superior DrcadnoughtB In other
sens. If thero are atrngetic arguments of a serious nature In hla
proposal, it none the less marks an
advance upon tho day when he wns
ready to rest content with a Canadian navy of lour little cruiscrB and
six still smaller destroyers. The
progress since 1909 has been Immense.
NEW ERA IN EMPIRE'S HISTORY
Lord Lansdowne, speaking to the
1900 Club yesterday, referred to Canada's gift, saying:
"To be sure we are beyond mea-
Bure pleased and proud that tbe
Prime Minister ol Canada should
muke the announcement which appeared a few days ago in the public
press. The announcement marka a
new era in the history ot the Empire. We rejoice thnt Canada should
come forward spontaneously to take
a share in the growing burden of Imperial defence, and we nre not lees
glnd that she should desire, and she
will no doubt attain tt, the opportunity nf uBsociating heraelt with us
tn the examination of those great
problems ol policy, with which the
fiuestion ol Imperial defence Ib ultimately associated. It Is upon theBe
lines that we desire the development
olthe .Empire to proceed. One other
word. With regard to this new departure on the part of Canada, both
lartners have no motives which they
ire not ready to declnre, and it
seems to me to follow that the part
tershlp is likely to work, not only
'or the saiety ol the BritlBh Empire,
iut In the interests of tbe civilized
world."
THRILLS BRITAIN
Lord Roberts addressing the Na-
lonal Service League, said that they
lad wonderful examples given them
ately by tho Overseas Dominions ol
low tho Empire could be kept up.
rheyhad seen what Canada had re-
ently done, nnd Mr. Borden's apeech
iad sent a thrill through tho coun-
ry. When Mr. Borden was over here
'ie had the pleasure of meeting him.
ind he was struck hy the straightforward way ln which he apoke not
raly for Cannda hut for Australia,
and New Zealand. The Colonies
were setting us an example.
PETTIFOGGING POLICY
"The Doily Express" (Union'st),
commenting on Sir Wilfrid Laurler's
itnendment to Premier Borden's nazal bu-. dcs-rlbrs Sir Wi.frid's paopo-
utlon as unsound1
"Squadrons such ns he suggests."
iny Tbo Express. "Would be blown
iut ol the wnter by nhomogeneoua
-nodorn squadron. Economically, po-
itlcally and strnteglcnlly there
would be no ndvnntnge In them, and
t would ba far better (or Canada to
■ave her money nnd do nothing at
in At present Canada offers at a
critical hour the help most prised by
the British Admlrnlty Direct contribution Is best calculated in expert opinion to ndd to that security
of the Empire on which the security
ot Cannda depends ln return lor
which the Dominion gets a voice In
tbo defence policy of the Empire.
Thnt Is n wise lioglnuing, nnd when
Canada has grown richer and more
powerful in statesmanship they cnn
found a full Canadian navy, acrlng,
au part ol the Imperial fleets under
the control of nn Imperial council.
For this policy Sir Wilfrid Laurier
.setts to substitute a pettifogging
one for nationalism which la neither
fish, flesh, (owl nor good red horrlng.
We believe be misunderstands the
oninlon of biB country on tho naval
Issue."
BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING
Fifteen years In office brought Sir
Wilfrid Laurier to the point of entab-
llng u Cunnd'an navy composed of
the aeeond clnss, second hand, obsolete cruiser Niobe. und thn second
hand obsolete giinhont lluinfiow. Fifteen months In Opposition hns
brought Sir Wilfrid [.aiirlor tn the
point of advocating two Canadian
fleets, ench led with n super-dreadnought. FHteon years In Opposition
will find Sir Wilfrid advocating a by-
per super Improved dreadnought, fleet
found a full Canadian navy, noting
toratinn to ofllce would probably
mean a squadron ol slab ruft. wltb a
log-canos flagship.
AND
immm
TO ALL
While extending the compliments
of the Season to our host of friends
We wish to announce that from now until Xmas
we are offering special reduced prices on all lines of
Men's Wear
MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS
MEN'S BATHROOM SLIPPERS
KOZY TRAVELING SLIPPERS
These make a handsome Xmas gilt.
They are made of selected kid, Silk
Lined, and can be carried in the vnt
pocket. In a silk lined selected kid
case.    Either Black or Tun.
MEN'S FINE SHOES.
MEN'S Ready-to-Wear CLOTHING
MEN'S CUSTOM CLOTHING
MEN'S RUBBERS and OVERSHOES
MEN'S BRACES.   ARM BANDS and
GARTERS
MEN'S COMBINATION SETS oi
Arm Bands, Garters and Braces
neatly packed ln a handsome box.
MEN'S FANCY SILK ARM BANDS
packed ln a neat "Burnt Wood" box.
This makes a very neat handkerchief
box.
MEN'S WOOL-LINED KID BOOTS,
with rubber sole and heel. A fine
curling boot.
MEN'S FUR LINED GLOVES. Dress
Gloves, Mocha Gloves or Mitts, Work
Gloves or Mitts.
Boy's Wear
BOY'S   HIGH TOP SHOES la Block
or Tan.
BOY'S   FINE   SHOES    In Black or
Tan, all alset.
BOY'S  CAPS, Fur Bands and Knitted Visor.
BOY'S OVEIICOATS-We bave only
a lew ol theie left, but they will be
sold at ridiculously low price*
BOY'S M1TT.1
BOY'S SKATING SHOES. Light
nlng Hitch—Eastern "Mall Order
House" price-; beaten to a   trass.*
BOY'S KID HOUSE SUPPERS.
BOY'S RUBBERS A OVERSHOES
BOY'S HEAVY RIBBED HOSIERY
Ladies' Wear
LADIES' FINE SHOES high-eat to
Oun Metal, Tan or Patent, laced or
button.
LADIES' CUSHIONED SOLE
shoe. Plain Toe or Patent Tip.
LADIES'   CUSHIONED BOLE
shoe,   Rubber   be*]*,    Plato   To* or
Patent Tip.
LADIES' EVENING SLIPPERS to
Patent Pumps, Patent Two Strap.
Two Strap Gun Metal, Om Strap
Suede, und numerous other*.
LADIES'   HOUSE SLIPPERS to all
colors, with or without heal.
LADIES' KOZY TRAVBUNO SUPPERS, in Black or Tan Kid, BUI
Lined   aud   dons up to a neat UUI*
cov*r
LADIES' BATHROOM SUPPERS
LADIES' RUBBERS * OVERSHOES
Misses' Shoes
MISSES' SHOES, In ull styles.
High or Low cut, Black or Tan,
Buttoned or Laced.
MISSES' SLIPPERS and   Colonials,
in Gun Metal, Patent or Tan Call.
Children's Shoes
CHILDREN'S   SHOES   ln say atyts
almost   thnt   can   be imagined.   W*
have a large line of children's shoe*.
Infant's Shoes
INFANTS SHOES. In Button or
lace. Either hard sole or soil **ol*.
A big raage of color*.
Our Prices are the best it is possible to name and
no pains will be spared to render each patron the
best of service.   SHOP EARLY at
•pn THE  PROSPECTOR.  CRANBROOK.  B. C.
REX  THEATRE
JOHNSON BROS.  Proprietors
A. A. JOHNSON, Manager
" Where Everybody Goes
•*
A Specially Good Programme for
Saturday, December 21—Matinee & Evening
The Royal Whim
A  Beautilully Colored Drama
All On Account of the Checkers
An    Unusual    Comedy.    Introducing
the  Selig  Midget Comedians
The Indian and The Child
An Absorbing Drama of the West
Grandpa's Vacation
A Very Laughable Comedy-
Make sure vou obtain your Coupon for the l»ig Prize
Coupons given  with   Purchase  rickets commencing
Monday December ■2;*»rd 1912
Prize:   A Valuable Watch
©he yroo^cctov, -Xraulnrooh, §. Ot.
ESTABLISHED    1815
Published  Ev-ry  Saturday    Morning at Oraobrooa. B.O.
F.  M. Cbristian, Manager
SUBSCRIPTION   P.ATE3 J2.00 PER YEAR
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year   extra.
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advertisements  but  those ol  a reputable  character  will  be accepted     lor
publication.
ADVERTISERS AND St'BSCRIBERS—l.'nless notice U) the COBtrsrj
ii given to local manager advertisement, and subscriptions will :« sept
running and charged up against their  account.
the fact thnt they do not meet wltll
encouragement the Industry deserves
This we are anured will uot be the
Cjise durmg the coming year.
..     .a."   W
Uth Tear
CRANBROOK, B.C.,   DECEMBER    .'Int.
So.  51
Tho Britiah Columbia Building at
the Chicago Fa r waa thronged with
visitors who expressed their surprise
when tjhey saw the boxes of app'eB
whichtormetl ono of tho most important part of the exhibit. As they
had it very cold m the Fair city they
could hardly believe it possible that
fruit so excellent could be grown so
far north ns British Columbia. The
mineral exhibit, which wns in the
hands ot Joseph Rynn. of Cranbrook.
was particularly attractive lo that It
contained minerals .of u,.duality and
quantity as never before seen at nny
Eastern Exhibition. This exhibit
contained in a large part the same
minerals na were showu at the
Lethbrldge Dry Farming Congress.
It can saieiy be assumed that in intercourse with capitalists and with
the public generally, Mr Ryan did
not leave a stone unturned or let
opportunity b° l,v *■" tell all he
knows ol the mineral worth of tile
diatrict in winch Cranbrook is the
pivot. Mr. Ryan is to be congratulated upon tho responsible position
that was alloted to lilm nnd lor tile
manner in winch he Iiiliiueil the obligations imposed
....
It makes precious llttlo difference
what Sir Wiiirid Laurier and Ihh
party       think     of     ithe     Conscrvu-
Local   Notes
■ J, D. McBride left on Friday nl^ht
for London Ont in response to a
telegram stating that Ins Father
bad   died  early   on   Friday    tuorniug.
KILBY FRAMBS PICTURES
W W K by in wishing his nu-
raercua patrons the complimenta ol
ihe season begs to inform them that
he is still at tie r service (or any
description ot Picture Framing three
doors below his o<d stand
Christmas Boies and Stockings will
be given away to deserv.ng children
today. Monday and Tuesday FREE,
at Litt;e & Atchison, Grocery
Wort   on    the   stee'e bridge across
the   Kootenay    River, north of Waaa,
will be begun shortly us thewinter Is
maB    activity        B&nta    Claus    wll; toe best time for the construction of
have a busy  time in Cranbrook tHi3 j Concrete piers  	
year The merchants are now ct'el Christmas Crackers at Kink's Pure
to take advantage ol market - ondit-  Food Grocery
ions, and the quality ot merchand.se Thc management of the Aud.toriUm
and prices are right. A feature of | have .secured the Rex Vaundeville Co.
this    year    is    the   early and Uael7   for   Dec.   24th  and  25th.      This  is
Battleships are in commission the
difference will be i*- the we;ght of
their broadsidi's in favor of the Eni-
pirei
The   crowded    stores     clerks Working to full capacity  indicates Christ-
shopping.
An effort is bring mnde v* intnte
His Majesty to visit Canada to participate in the ceremonies lricH<-.t
to the celebration of peace l-ettnten
Great Britain and tho United -JtMit-
ir llm Majesty finds himself ;n a position to comply with the rc.itii.4t, ne
would receive a hearty A'Chome
which would none the less cordial because he is by no means a stranger
to the people of the Dominion,
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The possibilities of the district in
respect to the raising of poultry,
turkeys and gOSSO was never so plainly to bo seen as this Christmas
The bringing in of outside produce
demonstrates the necessity for a lar-
gor interest being paid to this branch
of    industry.      The   only  trouble, as
tive    Naval    policy     when    Borden's   many of the farmers bave told us. is
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/"Wer half the things bought in
" this store throughout the
year ure gifts.
This is simply becausi* our Jewelry Store
is a logical place to buy presents, for
here you will (ind every desireble article
made from gold or silver, always artistic,
unusual, and in good taste.
AT CHRISTMAS TIME
especially, you desire to buv real gittv something that
is nol simply it token ol remembrance but .1 |oy in Itself.
No niilltcr wlmt  vou want  to Spend, no ninltrr who the
presenl is for, you will lind our store thc idi-.l place   to
purchase it
Raworth Bros.
big attraction tbat will consist ol 8
biS net.
KILBY FRAMES PIOTURBS
Mr. J Davis ot tbe 41 Ment Market Co. is in town lor n few days on
I.us.nrsa 'tt the local store. His old
frioruta are piensed to see him her* a-
gain.
Iterry Sets and Chocolate 8ets in
Jap.-incse ware—Campbell ft Manning
Today and Tomorrow, December "1
nnd 22 are tbe shortest days in the
year Tbe sun is now on its way
north and tbe days will soon lengthen.
Wanted to Trade—New Sleigh* or
Cutters for second-hand ones of any
kind or wiil sell the new ones- at
Bargain Rates.—Cranhrook Trading
Company. 44-tl
lt Is ths intention of the Domin
ion government, thia winter, to
erect log caches for the Are rangers
nnd when possible connect hy telephone with outside points.
THE FINK MERCANTIKE CO.
bave provided Souvenir China for Xmas
remembrances for all their Cusromers
and will be pleased to have them call
Monday or Tuesday afternoon next
when they will be given out.
Christmas Cell and Crackers at
Oampbell & Manning's
II    W.    Davie. R. J   Purtn. (in
Williams.   Mrs.    K. M    Imith,    Miss
Qrosslng and Cioo Smith, cf '••.-'•.p'e
j were in Crnnbrook Tuesday aitc.'iitg
tbe Cingalee entcrtnlnment
Mother's Favorite Flour cwt. 13.40;
5nrt, tl.75; 26tb 1.90. Pride ol Alrer-
in Hour, cwt. 13.65; 501b (1.35; 251b
1.05, Five per cent off for eaah.
Crsnbrnok Trading Company.
A small (ire on Watts Avenue
brought out the tiro brlgjiln m fat-
nrday last It waB :au*ui 'if an
over heated stovepipe Verv little
damage was done,
nn Wednesday tiie flrst double
truck railway to he used in Ilrltiah
Oolumbla was placed in operation between Vnncouver and Westminster
Junction.
A J Oolqllhoun, I* f l-Vrehy.
Mr. and Mrs. Obftfl. tloliiuh til.l, M-rs
I,. Hluck and Mihs W F'-oiotiy, ail ol
Maple Creole. Husk., were registered
at  the Crnnhrook  Tuesday.
Kll.liy "-RAMUS rHTllRIOH.
Hoi house Lettuce, Cucumber, Tom
iitois Celery tor Christmas at Camp
ibeii and Mannings
Thompson-McEwan
A qulot but pretty wedding took
place on Saturday December 4th,
Rev. W. K. Thompson united in marriage Mr. Oeorge W. Thompson, ol
McLood, to Miss Maggie M. McKwan
ot Cranbrook. Only a few friends of
the contracting partus were present.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ■••■■is; .Vr.
and Mrs. F. P. Davis, ol W ife.
were in town Tuesday and lucldenUy
attended '-Tlio Cingalee" .nt-rtaiu-
ment during the evening.
The Epworth l.eugno will meet on
Monday evening. December 'MiM nt
8 o'clock. Subject: Mock Municipal
election. Au interesting nn amusing
evening ts expected, A cordial luvi-
teutlon given to all.
THK BIO **KKI) STOU1S -Wvery
tiling in Feed for animals, birds, etc.
by the pound iir train load at the
Cranbrook Trading Co,
Mr. Oeorge NogBrd*, who took over
themanagenient ol the King Edward
Hotel, ib having the plaoe lined up
and generally improved. He Is looking for tbe trade and means to get
It.
Place youi valuable documents lu
Uealo ii Kiweli's deposit vault for
perfect security—The cost  is a trltle-
On Saturday. December Uth, Paul
Kreka. of Wardner, attempted to
tbe Influence ot drink, tie was
stab   another   foreigner whilst under
brought before tbe magistrate on
Monday morning and seuteuced to 6
months in tbe Nelson Jail.
Must lle Sold—One uew Morris Piano
Price .250.00, part cuBh, balance
terms. This is a $400.00 Instrument
Apply at Singer Store,  Pbone 157.
Cut Flowers in abundance for Xnlus
at Campuell & Manning's
Right Rev DePenslet, Bishop of
New Westminster, nnd archbishop
Beers, of Nelson, held 83rvices in the
English church also ordination services on Sunday lnst After the services they were guests at lunch at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Elwell.
THE   FINK    MERCANTILE    CO.
have provided Souvenir China for Xmas
remembrance for all their Customers
and will be pleased to have them call
Monday or Tuesday afternoon next
when they will be given out.
Beule & Elwell represent tbe Whit*
Star and White Star Dominion and
Thompson Steamship Lines. They
can book you through tickets direct
to Liverpool. Southampton or Glasgow and to Continental Points
REMEMBER—We bave 80 samples
of moulding to choose from. No order too amall.   No order too large—
RICK      and     CORD    WOOD
For Sale
M. II. Knight, Wood Merchant
Phone your Orders to Phone 16
48-4t
At   a   regular meeting of the Key
City Lodge. No 42, I.O.O.F. the lollowlng   ofllcers   were   elected lor the
ensuing year-
N.O.   R   Dixon
V.O.   .1 Tuonley
S.   W. M. Harris
T.   J. F. Broughton
Alter the Christmas festivities—
Bring your damaged furniture to us
lor repair.   Furlong ft Fergusson
There nre quite a i ot of Ducks,
Ceese. Turkeys and Chickens coming
Into Cranbrook from tbe outside;
there are a great quantity In the
the district within a short radius
will also be brought into the stores
for marketing purposes.
Christmas Boxes and Stockings will
he given away to deserving children
today, Monday and Tuesday. FREE,
at Llttlo ft Atchison, Orocery
The Order ol Moose held a special
session in l^auk's hnll on Friday
night. Orand Organiser H. O. Ilapo-
gie tor British Columhla. was in attendance. The work of the order in
the city will be much inspired by
his words ol advice.
Dolls Trunks. Cradles. Cabs and
Pastry Sets at the Modle Vur'-ty
Store.
Second Hand Sewing Machines, ln
good running order, somo drop bead
Irom 15.00 up at Singer Store.
A representative ol "The Prospector" on Thursday Inst visited tbe
new Industrial School nt St. Eugene
Mission, wh ch In rapidly approaching completion and which in all probability will be turned over to the
Sisters some time In January.
KILI1Y FRAMES PIOTURBS
Miss Elwell Is having a children's
pnrty today and as a form o. enter
tainmrnt will lake the children to ths
Ilex Tnrentro In the afternoon where
Hunts have heen provided lor the occasion. ThlH Is quite a novel Idea lor
the children of Crnnbrook and will be
appreciated by those attending.
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1912 - 1913
Y^HILST   we   offer  to
our patrons the best
wishes  of  the  Season we
still wish to assure one and
all  that in our store can be
seen the best assortment of
the   season's goods
in the city.
Presents
or
Gifts
For those who wish to give their
friends or relatives tokens of some
kind or other can not do better
than see us. We have prepared
ourselves especially to supply your
needs for the remaining days of
the festive season.
AT
Beattie-Murphy Co. Ltd.
THE REXALL STORE
Prescriptions are Always Our Specialty—Orders Filled Promptly
If You See Our Displays You'll Buy
Your Christmas Goods From
F. PARKS & CO.
Because  the  lines which  we suggest are so
practical, so useful  and  so attractive.    The
prices, too, invite your attention.
Give Mother a
Coffee Percolator
From S4.75 to $6.50
Give » good
Shaving Brush
The very best makes here
35c to $3.50
Pocket Knives
Are as popular as ever
We show all kinds
25c to $5.00
How about a
Tool Chest
(or tht son and heir
$2.00
"The best Gift
jg£ of them air
fig*-* 48*.
F.  PARKS & CO.
HARDWARES!  CHRISTMAS GOODS
Cranbrook • B.C.
Tinsel, Garland*. Green Wreathing,
Holly and Mlsteltoe tor Xmas decorations nt Campbell & Manning's
Tli" director- ol the Women" Institute met at tbe residence ol Mis.
Wm. Doran on Wednesday alternoon.
lor the purpose ol auditing the book
ot the past year. Refreshments were
served. The annual meeting lor the
ulcction ol olllcers will lie held ou
tbe Brat Tuesday in January.
Don't lorgot Furlong 4 Fergusson
repair nil kinds ol luruRure. Oppo
•Its Imperial Hotel. ...
Thero were several Port Steele residents In Cranhrook on Wednesday
(or tho purpi.se ol henring tho "Cln-
italeo" an operetta given nt the Auditorium by the Cranbrook Operatic
.Society They returned neit morning with only words ot prntse on
their lips tor the admirable wny the
loeni tuiont conducted themselves
Kll.HY FHAMItiH PIOTURUS
Special Attention will ho paid to
Children soieiting tints between the
houra ot 9 am und 10 u.m Saturday und Monday ut Uie Variety
Btore.
Classes in Drawing
Water Colors, Pastels, Ol's and
China Painting will be opened tbe
second week ol November. For further information intjndlug pupils
Bhould call or write
Miss M. A. Doyle
at the   residence   ot   Hr.   Louis Me
Donald
C. P. R.
Excursions
to
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Special Train
from Spokane, Wash.
Tuesday, January 7th, 1913
Tickets   on   Sale by   Can. Pnc. Ity.
Ticket   Agents in Alberta and Kant
crn  B.C.,   on    January   4, 5 aud 6,
191.1
Final   return   limit   April   30,   1913
Fare Irom
Cranbrook
to Los Angeles nnd Itcturn
$108.40
Going and Returning via
Spokane
$121.95
Going via Spokane
Returning via Seattle
Special Train trip Irom Spokane to
Los AngeloB covers 7 days, stops being made at Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Santa
Cruz, Monterey, Del Monte, Pnso Rubles, Hnntu Ilnrburu, Riverside and
llodlands.
Fare on coin;: trip Irom Hpoknne Includes berth and lunula on train or
at hotel, and n number ol sight ate
Ing trips. Return Is hy regular service, meals nnd berth not Included.
For descriptive phnmplot apply
ll. (I. McNKII.LIH,
District Passenger Agent,
O-Ogaty, Alta. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, Ii. C.
■I
.
Our Toys Are Here!
A Whole Raft of
Them---Direct from Germany, where toys are made
Every Child must have a Toy of Some Kind
at Christmas Time
We can Save you from
20 to 25 per een in Toy
Buying
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Wishing
The
Citizens of Cranbrook
And
District
A  Merry Christmas
And
A Happy New Year
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Royal Bank of Canada
CRANBROOK    BRANCH
T.  B. O'Connell,  Manager
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IMilk Milk Milk
Hillside Dairy
Experience has taught us every precaution necessary for the production of the
highest grade of milk.
We feel sure that one trial will'prove this.
J. A. Pringle, Proprietor
Phone-"Hillside Dairy," Box 373
Milk can always be obtained from]
IT. JOHN    MANNINGS    GROCERY    STORE
, ,     BEAD   OFFICE
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OALGARY, A1U
OUR BRANDS
On Meats and Lards Guarantee Their Quality-
All our Products are Government Inspected
"The Kind That Tastes Good."
P. BURNS & CO. Ltd.
CRANBROOK, ■ B.   C.
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East Kootenay
Rutcher Co.
Wholesale end Retail
Dealers in
Meats, Fish, Game
ft Poultry
Phone
CRANBROOK
57
BC
MISS FIELD
Maternity Nurse
GRADUATE-
Quecn Charlotte's Hospital
London, Knglund
Patients attended in City
or District
Box 112 Phone 339
I
(lenevn, Dec. 2—The   British   pro- ed In olllcinl circles here thnt a Brl-
tectornte over Rsypt Is likely to ho tlsh   protectorate   over   Egypt   Iiiih
announced shortly,  according to nn heen ileflniitcly itochlod on and it is
Kiryptlan representntlve ol t'-e HwIhh understood tlmt lt will ho proclaimed
1'opulur bank, one ol the largest In- in Jnnunry.   This atop ot the British
stltutlons in Switzerland.     He tele- itovornmcnt,"    the   deaimteh    adds
graphed Irom Cairo: "It la consider- "will affect business favorably."
Local Notes
At the Curling rink members have
been busy with "Broom and Stines"
lor the uast week. The ice has been
good ' and the various rinks are lining up lor the big bonepiei.
Five days Tom today ia ri.rlatir.aa
Then friends will remember ( i,". da,
and by some little gut i-e-ive those
reciprocal feelings ol kind-i-as v bieh
perhaps for a year there Las been ro
opportunity (or stirring. A blessed
festival, "Old Chrtatmna!" Its annual return la a revival < I all the
best feeling that Christian men end
women and boys and girls posses
Nothing nicer (or a Christmas present than a dainty piece ol china.—
Campbell & Manning's
The achool children ol Jaffray had
a very enjoyable Christmas entertainment on a large scale last night.
A huge Christmas Tree had been
provided front which each child
received a useful present. The entertainment was held in the school
room and the children alter the distribution of the presents enjoyed
themselves immensely wltb various
popular games. Tho children are only sorry tbat the season does not
come every day.
The (iinernl ol the late Mrs. S. R.
McLean, who pnssed away on Saturday, December Mth at Kamloops,
took place on Thursdny. A large
number ol friends, Including the membera ol the Rehekab Lodge, followed
the remnina to the Crnnhrook cemetery. The Cortege left the residence
ol Mr. J. McLean, the lather of tbe
bereaved husband W. R. Beattie
had charge ot the funeral arrangements and Rev. 0. R Kendall performed the last rites.
Bee our Hand-painted china, some
thing swell—Campbell & Manning.
The Rei Theatre nre wishful ol giving someone n splendid and valuable
New Years present. To obtain this
the rminni'rment arc giving coupons
with all tickets purchnsed Iron, Monday, December S3 to Slut Inclusive.
when duplicate numbers will lie placed in a hox nnd a little girl Irom the
audience will drnw out a number.
Tho person having the corrcaunndlng
number will receive a prize of a Indira
or gentlemen's Ifi Jewel movoinent and
a 20 year gold tilled case ns tho cue
may be. The watch is now on view
Raworth Bros. Jewelry Store.
Want Buffoios removed
In Watnwright, Alta., there seems
to be a question ol whether 100,000
acres ol good {arming land tor a
game reBerve is not nn unjust burden lor the town. The people are
preparing to start n campaign to
rid the community of its immense
herd of Buffaloes, and will ask the
Dominion government to locate them
in British Columbia.
11»jt'- ■•■■ ■.-' /- fe\»T %^y> \
Foresters Fight Fire
During the coming winter the offl-
cera in charge ot the Brazeau and At-
abnBCa divisions or the Rocky Mountains forest reserve jieopose to make
"administrative Bite'' surveys at different points on the Reserves. Upon these sites it proposed to
erect ranger and look-out Btatloba
which will he no farther apart th:in
ono day's trip by pack-train, along
the primary trnil system of the Braz
'eau Reserve. Tt is the intention to
erect, this winter, at least three or
four log cabins for rangers, a telegram system is also being planned
whereby these ranger stations will be
connected hy telephone to the forest
supervisor's ofllcei Thia office is centrally located and telephone linen
will run in from all directions, much
in the manner of the spokes of a
wheel with the central offico as the
hub.
This region is one of the richest
coat regions in Canada and the future
development of these coal fields will
be amazing. A number of large eoal
mines are already in operation, and.
with the completion of the branches
ofthe G.T.P. railway now under construction, will bo Bhipping thousands
of tuns daily.
With thc future development of this
country, the timber must be preserved. This region has once been forested with very valuable timber,
which has largely been destroyed by
Ores in tbe past. There is still an
abundant supply of mine-prop tlm*
erect ranger and look-out stations
is green with lodgo pole pine from
ten to thirty years of age. It prei
served from fire this will he an invaluable nBset to the country, both
for economic uses and as protection
to the head waters of all the rivers
which rise in the foothills of the east
crn slope
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Special Offer!
10 per cent discount off
•all Candies until Xmas
We have a good assortment of
Xmas Stockings, Crackers, Tree
Decorations, Figs, Dates, Nuts.
Grapes, Jap Oranges and Novels
Goods Delivered
SEE OUK CHRISTMAS DRAW
W. L. JOHNSTON
& COMPANY
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[Auditorium
THEATRE
I THURSDAY NIGHT. DECEMBER 26th, 1912
America's
Foremost Character  Actress
Mrs. Maud Adams
Mother of Miss Maud A dan is
in
"The Butlers Secret"
The Latest Eastern
Novelty—A Positive Dramatic
Sensation
•"lh
;; Metropolitan
Play with • Punch"—Denver Poll
Supporting   Company—Elaborate
Scenic Production
.'RICES-SUM),   75c   50c
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Our Milk is of the. purest and
best quality We know, because
we have our own cattle and
know how  to feed them.
Send us a Post Card and we will deliver
the Milk at your door.
ii W. Bargett, Proprietor   ii
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CRANBROWK will DISTRIOT
District ol h'uHt Kootenny
TAKK NOTICK that I, John
Laurie, ol Cnmi.r■,/■. B.O., Intcd
to apply fi r tin* purchase of tile lollowlng described lands. Oce-nnieno-
int,' nt a post plant**) at lhe Southeast corner ol Lot *62n thenco north
80 chalm, thence west 80 chain.,
thence south 74.89 chalus, thence enst
11.25 chnins. thence south 5.is chains
thence enst 68 75 chains to point ol
commencement
JOHN I.AIJItn.,
Locator.
Dated October 28. i.u 45 9t
(1IANII1IOOK  LAND IllHTIIICT
Dlstrlot ol EJnsI Kootenay
TAKK NOTICK that I, ll. 0. Ml i v
of Cali-arv, Alliorta, Intend to npply
(or the purohase of ihe following
desorlbed land" cornmenolng at a post
planted at the nnuth-vint corner of
Loi r.1121, tlience running north 40
chains, thence weat. inn chains,
thence south tn chaina,   thoncfl east
160 chaina to the point of cotnniciirn
ment.
ll   li. BLOW, locator
-1. Laurie, Agent
Listed Octoher 21, 1912. tb-'H
East Kootenay
Mercantile
House
A Full and Complete
Line of Harness
Saddles. Etc
Everything Up-to-date
Repairing a Specialty
Liquor Habit Cured
iii Three Days
No llypodi-rmli' [nJQOLIOn,    Hand
for frsQ bookiol
THK NKAL INSTITUTE
Box 385 Cranbrook, B. C.
Cur Fenwick Are. ft Kami St THE  PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK.  B. C
Persons Entitled to Vote
Continued from preceding page
NAME IN FULL Qualification Block Lot
For richool Trustees
284 Johnson, F   W  140
285 Kennedy,  James  Henry      Householder
286 Kennedy,  John  Joseph     Householder
287 Kiniado. Oharlea fl    Householder
288 Krehit. Fred    Householder
289 Kellock, Robert     Householder
210   Kemball, Oren R    Householder
29fl Kirk.  Thomas   19 6
292 Kennedy,  J.  1?  23 11-12
291 Klmpton,   Mnry    27 27
294 Kennedy, Mnry Agness   27 38-29
295 K.rkland, H   II  35 2-4
29C Kerrigan,  Jnmes   37 17-18
297 King,   J.  H  89 5-9
298 Knorke.  C.   H.     89 41
299 Kennedy, J, .1  91 31-32
300 Kummer.  Fred    91 35-36
301 Kerr. Margaret L  93 15
302 Koury. S  95 14
303 Kellock,   Lucy     97 12
304 Killlns.   R,   W       33 12-13
For   Bchool Trustees
306 Kelsey, 0.  I'  Part   29
300 Leciarc   Frank   Householder
307 Lynch. Oeorge F     Householder
308 Little, Charles J  Licenseholder
309 Lund(|tiiHt, < snar  Householder
310 Lundquist, Frank   Householder
311 Lundijuist. Cbnrlie   Householder
312 Lunn, ilcorge Forsyth   Householder
313 Lindsay, Campl*ll  ■  Householder
314 Lymnn, Louis H  Householder
315 Langin, Lome L  Householder
316 Laidlaw, W. D  23 19-20
317 LenBk,  Cle rge ii  26 19-20
818 Leaak, Laura   26 21
319 Lezert, K.  A  37 19
320 Liddlcoatt,   V.   S  29 31-32
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Corby's Special select
WINES
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Crestn Blanca
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White Horse Cellar
Regalia
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Filled
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Phone MS— Wholesale Wines and Spirits—Box 8
Cranhrook. H.C.
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NAME IN FULL, l4usltfl.4-.tio-.
Lawson, Thomas 	
Lnurle, James'	
Laurie, A. M	
Laurie,  John 	
Leith.   David  	
I.our.ks, Leslie 	
Linnell, H. H	
Linneli, Mary A	
Lunn, J. F	
Lamb, W. J	
Lund, Peter	
Leaak, M. K	
Leask,  John 	
LaUds, 0. W '.	
1-aJuie. Medley 	
For School Trustees
Leslie.   J,  p	
Levett,  John 	
Leask, A	
Leask, T. W	
NAME IN FULL Quullttcatlon lllixk
McMannus,  F.dward     Householder
Martineau, Joe  ,.,    Householder
Montgomery, John     Householder
Millar,   George    Householder
Macdonald,  Louis     Householder
Macdonald, John Annus     Liceuseholder
Myer,   John 1*    Liceuseholder
Morrison,  OlarOnCS F    Householder
Miller,  (leorge E    Householder
Mott,   Arthur J    Licenseholder
Marshall, William t*    Householder
Mutinies,  William Thomas     Householdei
Morris, Frederick rt    Householder
Murphy, Frank (lleicbcn     Licenseholder
Meier.   Charles     Householder
Miller, William K    Householder
Mathsson, I'eter  (Kor the Cranbrook QaPAgs ('
Martin.   James    Llceiiseholdei
Uarron, Hugh ('harles     Householder
Morloy,  8.  F  .1
Miles.  F.  H  22
Morris,  Alice   22
Manahan, George F  24
Morton,   W.  Q  24
Murphy,   ll.  HI  31
Moflatt,   M.   A  'J.\
Moflatt,  K. p  35
Murray,  Charlotte   35
Murgatroyd, Harriet A  2b
Molleur,   J.   A  26
Miller,   Lyman  K  27
Moore. Richard   27
Marrlngton, J. C  29
Moore. P  30
Maripodl, J  31
Murray. J. A  31
Mcke. William   31
Moro. ciro   33
Matheson   Peter   35
Murray,  Mrs. J.  A _... 3s
Morrison.  M  37
Marshall.  A.  P  39
May.   J. W  39
Manning. Irs R  43
Morley, Mildred L  42
Maycock, S.  J  43
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Murray,  Jno. D  88
Manning,  M  94
Miller, Andrew (sri   91
Mnhe,   Louis   14*
Morden.  W. G  100
Mayster, Ellen, E.  A  4.
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For School Trustsss
Manners, E	
Mallandaine,  E	
Mattinson, J	
McLure, Richard C    Licenseholder'
McKay, James D   Householder
McDonald, John Hugh    Houssholdsr
McDonald, Donald A    Licenseholder
McLaws, David Douglas     Licenseholder
McFarlane, W. J    Households*
McMahon, Edward     Householdei
McKay, David H    Lloenseholdsr
McLertd, Margaret    Ucenseholder
McLeod, Hugh Bsn    Householder
Macilvaln, James C    Householder
McKinnon, George E   Householder
McFarlane, James B    Householder
McDougall, Charles    Householder
McKay, Waldon     Householder
McLaughlin, John   Householder
McLeod. Hsdley     Householder
McFarlane, Duncan   Householder
McPherson, Frank M    Licenseholder
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McKtnlstry, E. C.
McFarlane, Sadie J	
McGolderic, B	
McDonald, Helen 	
McKowan, Eva M	
McClure, N	
McCowan, Edith 	
McLean, Joseph	
McKenzie. Wm	
McBurney, Martha 	
McBnrney, Richard .'.	
McNeill, Robt. 8	
McKenna, Frank 	
McLean, Lillian 1,	
McQuestlon, Mary 	
McConnell,   S	
McNabb, J. R	
McBrlde, J. D	
McCnllum, J. 0	
McEftehren,  M	
MoNabb, Mrs. M. M	
Mcltnnes, N. N	
McDcrmott.  A.  L	
Mcllonnld, C. P	
NAME IN FULL QuariacatlOB
McLean,  R.  K	
McCallum,  Mnry 	
MoKlnnon, a. a	
MoKlnnon, Mary 	
McClure, M. E. D	
MoClelland, Jsmes	
MrKownn.  Harry  	
McDonald,   Joseph  	
McCowan,  A	
Mi'Iiiiii'h   Daniel  	
For School Trustees
McDonald, J	
McKowan, T. A	
Mcllonnld.   Sam  	
Nule, It. E    Householder
Noble. Wm. J    Householder
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O'Ni'll,  Jossnh     Householder
Orr, Arnold     Householdsr
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Part 29
Part 19
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Pnrrett, Thomas N.
Park, Wm. M	
I'eck, John S	
Powell, n. 11	
Patterson   M   Hloan
Palmer.   J.  A	
Parks, Frank 	
Petit t, H. C	
Powell,   Haruh 	
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Mother of Maud Adams Hera  t'lMii-H-i-rt
  m »    '
Mrs Annie AtlauiH, mother of the
world's greatest acties<s, Miss Maud
Adams, haa included this city ln her
itinerary for the present season and
will be seen at tho Auditorium,
Thursday, Decemhsr 26th, in the
new play  "The Butler's Secret"
Mrs Adams is a native of the West
having been bora in Bait Lake City
three weeks after the land of the
pioneers there lo 1847. and her entire
life has heen devoted to thc drama.
sin- has api>eared with all the famous stars ot thu present, and
many of the past and is know an
one of thc most lovablo characters
on the American stage Mer (uiuous
daughter Maml Adams, owea much of
the micccsH of her famous career to
the early training o( her mother;
that the daughter has inherited much
of tlm piMtonaiity, grace aud hiitron*
10 ability uf the talouted parent is
amply i-vUIuiiumI by tho grace of tbe
two performers. Mrs. Adams lu veiy
hltnple (a her tofltea and unassuming
m her inaum-r. Bhe te devoted to
hor art above all thinga elBO. ami l«
happiest when engaged in hard work?
tnat will ted lor the hotb rment of
tbt* stage and tbe advancement of
the higher flats drama Hhn is aot
ou tin* load this season from any desire (or financial g**"1 ■•'■' M*'1-- •*'*■
iiiiih haH always hoon careful about
her Investments and ber future Ih
welt provided (or against want, but
she had discovered a new play thnt
embodies her ItU-uls of the bent m tbe
drama and foaud therein a phasing
vehicle (ur the delivery of a message
to her friends across the footlights.
Above all thinga Mrs. Adams lovfiB
ber work and her ideal or a happy
termination of her energetic career
would bo to emulate the great Sir
Henry Irving and "'(lie in the harnes '
but an event is many years distant
for Mth. Adams is today capable of
moro hard work than most women of
twenty-five years her Junior.
Professional   (£aros
— otti> -
£oo$e   Hoticcs
ucvirnu  tt   PARKBR
P.L.H.    tt   0.8.
OIUNUHOOK.     ...     B.O.
VV.    IV.   ii II 11 li
Unrrister, Hollcltor, ste,
ORANBROOK,    ...    B.O.
IIARVblV. MoOAKTBR, MACDONALD
uuil  NIHIIE.T
iiiirnuUn.  Solicitors and Notaries
Money to Loan
I Imperial 'Junk Uulldtnn
JCRANHKOUK,    -    British Columbia
J.   T.   LAIDLAW,
Mining finglneer and B.C.
Land Surveyor,
l-.O. Boi 236 Phone 221
CRANBROOK,     ...     B.O.
Presbyterian Church
Pastor—
Rsv.  W.  Kslman Thomson
Morning Service nt 11 A. M.
Morning subiec?: "The Star and
the Babe."
Sunday School nnd B,ble Glass at
S p.m.
Bvening Benice at 7:30 p.m.
Bvening subject: "A Christmas
Sermon."
The BmnB music will be a special
at both services    Solos and Anthems
I        Dr.-.   K1NH   t   tlREES
i Physicians and Surgeons
j Office at Residence,  Armstrong Ave.
Olllce Hours:—
Baptist Church
Pastor:—
Rsv. O. B. KENDALL
Morning worship, 11:00 o'clock.
Bvening Worship 7:30 o'clock.
Christmas Sen-Ices will be observed
Morning Worship: Topic—"Peace on
Earth: Good will toward Men."
Evening WorBhlp: Topic—"The Un-
spealtabie Oift ol God's Love,"
Special music will be rendered
suitable to the season.
Sunday School Concert and Christmas Tree wtll be held in the church
Monday Evening Admission Free.
Collection.
That the bLessing and cheer ol tbe
Christmas Season may he the portion
of everyone is the desire ol pastor
and people.
Methodist Church
Pastor—
Rev. W. Bison Dunham
Morning Service 11 a.m.
Morning Subject:  "Expectation.'
Bvening Subject: The philanthropy ol God."
At both services Dhrlstmas will bo
the topic of the day In sermon and
song.
Ths   following   Is    tho   eitra program of music:
Morning Service:
Processional. Melody Schumman
Offertory In '*"' Hanti
Recessional
Bvening Service:
Procrsslonal. Adoration, Mtlne
Offertory. Prom '11 Trovntors' Ver*
Recessional, March Smart.
All are cordially Invited.
Catholic Church
Sundays—Low mass at 1:10 a.m.,
high mass, 10:30 a.m., Sunday school
from 2 to 1 p.m., Rosary and Bens-
fiction at 7:30 p.m.
Mondays and holy days ol obllgar
tlon—Mass nt 2 n.m
Week days—Mas* at t> a.m. at tho
hospital.
P.PIamoDdou, O.U.I.
Salvation Army
11:00 a.m. Holiness Service.
300   p.m. Sunday School and Bible
Class.
8.00   Salvation     Hervlce.     Subject.
'So Near and yet so Fnr—
W.  J. CARRUTHBRB. Captain
W. COOPER, Lieut.
S. S, Concert, Friday Dec. 27th, at
8 00 p.m.
Blac knights Elect
Crnnbrook Preceptory No 780, Royal Black Knights of Ireland, held
their annual mooting nnd election ol
officers in their hnll on linker strsot
on Monday evening, the tilth day of
Decmeher nnd elected tho lollowlng
olticord for the snsulng year
li. Williams, W. P
R. A. Frawr, 11. P.
Cas. Hyslnp, Chaplain.
It.  H. Garrett, Registrar
K. W. Swaib, Treus.
Thos. Good. 1st l,ect t
W  N  llrown. 2nd Led
B. J   Reburn, 1st Censor
W. O. Hnyward, 2nd Censor.
Eric Olson, lit 8. B.
Forenoons
Afternoons
Exenings -
Sundays  *
Cranbrook,
- 9.00 to 10.00
. - 2.00 to 4.110
- 7.30 to 3.30
- - 2.30 to 1.30
B.O.
Dr.    F.    B.    MILES
Dsntist
Office In Hanson Block
CRANBROOK,    ...    B.O.
T    M.   RIXEN
Auditor and Accountant
P.O.   Boi   373
NELSON, B.O.       47-3m*
F. M. MacPherson
UNDERTAKER
Norbury A.euu. Next to City Hall
Open Dsy .nil Night Phono tu
W.  R.   BEATTY
Undertaker.
Embslmor,
Funeral Dlreutor,
CRANBROOK.  B.O.
PHONE 31(1
M-l-l-l'-H-'I'-l'-t'-t-^-f.,
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS.
Court Cranbrook No. 8943.
Meet ln Carmen's Hall, uu   2nd and
4th Thursday ol each month,
W.  HENDERSON, C.  R.
Louis Pearson, Soc., P.O. Boi 018.
Visiting Brothers Cordially Welcomed
OVERSEAP    OLUB
(Cranbrook tlranch)
Meets   in   the   Carmen's   Hull 2nd
and 4tb Tuesdays in every montb, at
8 p.m.   Mombershlp open to British
ClUssns.
N.   A.   Wttllinucr,   Pres
W. C. Crebbln, Soc'y
P.O. Iloi 425.
Visiting members cordially welcome
/
.V'.
ORANBROOK    LODGE    No.   34
A. r. ft A. M.
Regular   meetings   on   the
third   Thursday   ol   every
month.
Visiting brethren welcome.
, J. McSweyn, W"rshlpiul Master
J. S. Peck, Secretary
ROOKY   MOUNTAIN    CHAPTER
No. 125, R. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday tn
each montb at eight o'clock.
Sojourning   Companions   nre    cordially invited.
Bi. Comp.—A. C. Shnnkland,  E.
Cranbrook, B.C.
KNIGHTS     OF    PYTHIAS
Cranbrook, B.C.
Crescent Lodgs, No. 33
Moots ovsry Tuesday nt 8 p.m.
at Fraternity Hall.
N. S. Houston, C. C.
F. A. Stride, K. R. tt 8
B. A. HIU, M. F.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend.
I.O.O.F.,  KEY CITY  LODOB
Uo. 42
Meets every Monday night
at Bow   Fraternity   Hall.
Sojourning Oddlellows cordially invited.
H. B. Stephens W. M. Harris
N. O. Sec'y
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
No. 1049
Meets overy Wednesday at 8 p.m.
In   Royal   Black   Knights   Hnll.
Cranbrook
Cottage Hospital
ARMSTRONG AVE.
Matron:
Terms on Application
Phone 2S9 P  O. Box 845
R. 8. Garrett, Sec.
PRIDB    OF    CRANBROOK
Circle No.   16.i
Companions ol the Forest
Mests ln Carmen's Hall, Second and
Fourth  Thursday  of  ench Month at
Mr*   A   -viln.....  3m pm- ■•■ar'-
Mrs. a. Minion Mr> L wuttB|Wi 0. 0.
Mrs. I. Heigh, Hoc.
Visiting Companions cordially welcome. 36tf
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■ lOw and mull thla coupon
AT ONOJ.I Batnplfl of our expert pentnitlmtilp and Iiim-I-
uallng limMin in nhorlhutid.
Th*
Blair Business Collage ;
Spokane, Wash.
1 am interested lu Dual-
un.. Bduottlon, I'lea*! Bond
mo lull Inloiiimtlou about
your Collage, unit eB|H-clally
aboul the subjects checkud
below j
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H'H-r-l-HHIin-tH-IIM
Frank Dezall
Agent for
Deering & McCormick
Mowers & Rigs
Bicycles for Sale.
All Repairs Done at Reasonable Cost.
Works:     Opposite Depot
PARISIAN
Cleaning & Dye Works
(.rmiinr Trend. Syilt-itt ol Dry
CilrsinitiB. Slf»tii CIcHiiinK an.l slia.U-
i.iriiijt (.jditi I'liif t, •iiik-iiI* n IpIC'
lilly. r-Vithert, ftirt, Olovu. Udlei
tut) Mcn'k Mala, Clnnnl nr nio-akcu
or llyt-il iny ityle Preialni it ml IU
pair.mi nrullv itoitfl Jt i.\iviiniMf
luii-ri    (Jul uf Idvvii   work   irtiiim-il
promptly
Phone 144
K-nwitk Ave  near flakv* Si
J. H. SMITH
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Persons Entitled to Vote
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NAME IN FULL Qualification
♦76 Parker, H. Y	
♦77 Provenzano,  Fells 	
478 Pnttlnson, E	
479 Pnttlnson, J	
480 PigRott, A. 0. W	
481 Proven.nno, James 	
482 Pyutt, O	
483 Perry, J. F	
484 Purkcr, C. 8  	
485 Patmore, G. W	
486 Patmore, E. E	
487 PatcrRon, Ed	
488 Patton, J. C	
489 Patmore, J. C	
490 Patmore, E. H	
491 Palmer, M. E	
492 Plant, G.*	
493' Patterson, Marion Emma 	
494 Patrick, Peter F	
For School Trustees
498 Pyatt, F	
496 Pollen. C. H	
497 Palmer, B	
Block
25
30
31
31
32
B
36
36
37
41
41
41
87
89
89
141
146
19
43
Lot
1-2
16
84-5
84-5
6-6
16
30
11
6-7
8
82-33
12
17
17
19-21
6-9
17-18
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Part 32
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The Great Essential
;;    at the Festive Season to make  the   good  house-    ;
wife really happy   is a nice plump ]
Turkey ;
!!      Everything in season can   be obtained from us.      ,
Satisfaction  Guaranteed ,
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in all  the Best Makes
Skates and Straps
Hockey Sticks and Pucks
Snow Shoes
Nickle Plated Goods
In fact a full line of
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A New Range is Just the thing for Her who has worked
so hard tins year.
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j
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Good to return within three months,
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NAME IN FULL Qualification
Quain,   Mauri™ 	
Reburn, Robert James    Householder
Roberts, Thomas     Householder
Ryckman, Fred. S    Householder
Ryan, Joseph    Licenseholder
Robertson, Wm    Householder
Rutledi-e, John W    Licenseholder
Rombough, Sidney     Householder
Hussll, Fred A    Llcenseliolder
Rumsey, John h    Householder
Roberts, Thomas M	
Robertson, H. J	
Robertson, John Miller 	
Robertson, Margaret	
Reynolds. Lucy C	
Richards, S	
Russell, Frunk	
Rondeau, C	
Ryckman, Nancy UJ	
Reid, Helen C. '	
Ros'iiiR, Frank 	
Roberts,  John 	
Rogers, G. T	
Rogers, C. T	
Ryan,  James 	
Ryckman, Seth 	
Rablchaud, Peter	
Reld,  John 	
Raworth, A	
Raworth, A. 0	
Reld, A. M	
Rollins, W. A	
Stevenson, George F    Householder
Steeves, Clidorti    Householder
Hncco, Peter     Householder
Sneddon, Alex M    Householder
Sims, JameB I,    Householder
Smith, James    Householder
Stannett, John E    Householder
Sullivan, O. L    Householder
Sims,  Percy     Householder
Smith, Elmer 0    Householder
Steward, Wm    Householder
Scott, Harold Joseph     Householder
Scott, James     Householder
Stevenson, G. F (For Cranbrook
Shaw, John	
Shaw, A. E	
Stevens, Annie 	
Slssons, E. M	
Stinson, H. A	
Smlthson, David 	
Smith, James 	
Sneddon, David   ,
Shackelton, Ell Dean 	
Sheltou, Arthur 	
Shelton,  Alice 	
Sisca, T	
Smith, E. M	
Shankland. Arthur 	
Shankland, Annie 	
Santo, W. S	
Smith, Susan A	
Smith, John F	
Surtees, Dunlop 	
Simpson, Agnes	
Short, *.. M	
Short, B. H	
Scanlon, J. T	
Small, E. H	
St. Elot, M	
Seymord. N	
SnrvlB, Emma J. 	
Sai-vis, Josiph T	
Streeter, F. 0	
Simpson, K. p	
Sullivan, Leo P	
Selhy, W. J  <,
Sullivan, G	
Stephens, H. E	
South, E	
Steward, Beatrice 	
For School Trustees
Slater, E	
Spence, H	
Swan, A. M	
Shepbard, 0. R ;.
Thompson, W. G    Householder
Thrasher, George B    Householder
Travis, George     Householder
Thompson. G. H    Householder
Tyler, H. E    Householder
Turnbilll,  M	
Thompson, Julia 	
Thompson, Gertrude N	
Tifflin, Reuben T	
Taylor,  Jemima 	
Taylor, Simon 	
Tyler, Charles W	
Tlsdale, G. P	
Tito, V  '
Tito. A	
Tuohey, W. D	
Taylor. R. J	
Taylor, A	
Taylor. Christina	
Usher,  J    Householder
Vcits. William C    Houseliolder
Verity, P	
Van Decar, L. B	
Wiidman, Roy       Householder
Whiting. Wm +    Householder
Webb, Rupert  \    Housoholder
Wilson. Petor E    Licenseholder
Waller, A    Llcensebolder
Walters, Walter E     Householder
Wells. Fred W    Licenseholder
Walker, John L    Householder
Walsh, Walter     Householder
Ward, Art'iur A    Householder
Wnllnce, Joseph B   Householder
Ward. L. M	
Wnltnn,  Thomas	
Walton. Carrie	
Wossnn,  Frederick 	
Worden, W. E	
Wnrdman, T	
Williams, Ltalo  	
Whlttaker,  Josenh 	
Whltta'er, Lavlna 	
Webster. A. R	
Ward, r-lmrlcs II	
Worden, M	
Welsh, O	
Wl'son, W. H	
Woodman, Joseph 	
Walker, Thomas 	
Block
40
Lot
1-2
22
1-2
23
1-2
25
11-12
25
11-12
21
C
29
19-20
30
10
30
30
32
3-4
33
18
33
25
38
10.
38
33-5
38
86
41
1-3
42
7-9
85
10
85
12
89
25
89
25
90
21-11
141
80-3'-
Jobbers,
Ltd.)
20
32
20
33
24
1-2
24
7-8
27
1-2
27
7
31
23
31
24
32
10-13
32
16
32
17
33
10
37
|34-5
38
5
38
6
42
16-18
43
19-24
43
19-20
43
29
43
30
89
1-5
89
10
90
15-16
90
41-2
91
(
91
27-28
91
18
91
34
93
9
94
15
96
19-20
145
5-6
146
1-2
146
15
300
23-21
300
26-37
Part 29
Part 29
Part 29
Part 29
498
499
500
501
602
503
504
505
506
507
608
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
617
618
519
520
521
522
523
521
525
526
527
528
529
330
(31
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
642
543
544
545
5411
547
548
549
650
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
583
584
385
586
587
588
589
590
591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
600
001
602
C03
604
605
606
607
COS
609
610
611
612
613
C14
615
616
017
618
619
630
621
022
624
1125
626
627
S2«
629
MO
631
632
533
634
635
6-16
637
I, Aulder 0. Bowness. do hereby declare the loregoing to be a correct
list o' the persons entitled to vol, at Municipal Elections during the yenr
1913.
TRANSFER OF LK'MNCE
NOTJCF, Is hereby given that an
application will be niaile tn the Licence Commissioners lur the City ol
Crnnbrook at their next meeting
held at leist thirty days hereafter,
for th- transfer of the hotel liquor
licence for the premises known as the
"Royal Hotel," Cranbroolt, B.C.,
from myself to William Steward oi
the same place, Hotel-keeper.
Dated this 30th day of November,
1912.
W. A. ROLLINS
49-5t
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE that I, George Herbert Asbwortb, ol Cranbrook, B. C,
occupation Accountant, intends to up
ply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe North-west corner of Lot »ul7,
thence Houtn 411 chains, thence West
lu chains, thence North 40 chains,
tlience East 40 chains to point ol
commencement and containing uu a*
cres, mure or less.
OEOROE HERBERT ASHWORTH
Dated December ith, uu       tu-st
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District ol Eust Kootenay
TAKE NOTICK tbat 1, 1. 11. Boyd,
of Onlgury, Alberta, intend to apply
tor the purchase of the following
described lauds commencing at a
pOBt planted at the eust corner of
iot 6626, thence running west 68.75
chains, thence south 54.HU chains,
thence eaBt 68.75 chiiuiB, thenoe north
54.80 chains, to the point of commencement.
I. R. BOYD,  Locator
J. Laurie, Agent
Dated October 28, 1912. 45-9t
20
11
20
25
23
84-36
26
15
26
34
26
35-6
31
16
M
1-2
13
6
33
9
33
22
145
17-18
145
20-22
32
25-26
27
te
91
la
Kor School Trustees
Wallace.  ,1	
Wnl'ipner, Mrs.
Wat-inn, Mrs. n.
White. Harry 	
22
14
23
10
23
10
15
«
26
16-18
30
20
33
IS
34
20
34
20
19
32
88
22
90
40-41
91
29-30
93
3
98
26-27
141
39-29
2513
151
Part 29
Part 32
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District ol East Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE that I, Rev.
Schrog, of Calgary, Alberta, Intend
to apply lor the purchase ol the following described lands. Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner of- lot 339, thence west
80 chains, thence aouth 58 chains,
thence enst 80 chains, tbence north
58 chains to the point o! commencement
ItEV. SCHROG, locator
J. Laurie, Agent
Dated October 28,  1912. 45-9t
,-.t«.
gas
TIMBER  SALE No.   X10.
-SEALED TENDKUS will be receive.'
>y the Minister of Lands, not latei
.nun noon on tlic 3rd dny of Marcl
(913, for tho purchase of Licence No.
X10 to cut 12,130,001* feet B.M..
13,000 rnilwny ties*. 10,000 cedar poles
■n Lot No. 274, Group 1, Kootentij
district, near Crcston.
Particulars   or Ohlel ETurester, Vic
torin, B.C. 49-13t
TIMBER BAI.EJ No. Xll.
-SEALED TENDEUS will he received
ty the Minister of Lnnds not lutei
.han noon on the 3rd day of Marcl
*il3, for the purchase of 1 Iccnco No.
(11 to cut 2,520,000 feet B.M.
'5,000 railway-ties, 4,0O0 eednr pole
m Lots 3877, 3878, Group 1, Koo
enay District, near Creston.
Particulars of Chief Forester, Vic
Loria, B.C. 49-181
TIMBER   SALE  No,   X12
SEALED TENDERS will be received
■y the Minister of Lands not latei
•han noon on the 3rd day of Marcl
913, for thc purchase ol Licence No.
U2 .to cut fi.440.000 (eet B.M.
0,600.railway-ties, 8,500 cedar pole
m Lot 1'Jl, Group 1. Kootenai
Hatrirt, nenr Creston.
Particulars of Chief Forester, Vic
toria, B.C. 49-13.
TIMBER   SALE  No.   X13
SEALED TENDERS will be received
>y the Minister of LnndB not latei
than noon on the 3rd day of Marcl
'913, for the pWOhnsfl <>r Licence No.
■T13 to cut 4.160,000 feet B.M., nnr"
'.50 cedar poles on Lot 28), Group 1,
'{ootemiy  District, near Creston.
Particulars   of Chief Forester, Vic
torin, B.C 49-13t
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of EaBt Ko.-ten-.y
TAKK NOTIOB that I, William
.Mulhoilanii. of Oalgary, All ert', Intend to apply for the purchase of
tha following described laada commencing at a post planted at the
southwest corner of lot 6623, tlience
eaat 125.57 cheins, thence north SO
chains, thence west 58 chains, tbence
north 80 chaina, theuce west 16.82
chains, thence soutb 146 chains,
thence west 50.75 chaiDB thence
south 15 chains to the point of commencement.
WILLIAM  MULHOLLAND
Locator,
J. Laurie, A.-.ent
Dated October 28, 1912. *5-9t
Crantirno'c B.C., December lOtU, 1912.
i  i A   !
A.  O.  BOWNESS,
Mnyor,
MADAM LAVAL •
FOREST FIHB FIGHTERS
COttOil ROut  Compound Tablets   During the coming winter the oftl
A itl.UAHi,i, kf.ovi.aion cent in c.i..r»*e of the Brazeau and At
Thuo Pills nre coin pun mlod wltll thi, trestea* ftbMOfl divisions oi the Rooky Moun
-i*r* .rom tin- n»...i MUi-ie r-.mi-ii.L-i ki»i**ii i tains forest reserve peopose to mako
CUnCfliSU-'-i ;.< it<- .iniij; uk-h) uitl1 Hill' liructc.i.,      ,     ,   ,   .      . ,.   , ,     >•
y ui'- <!<•■: i let* -1. .*.■( .f.viMH.i known, "administrative site    surveys at <l|f-
jwffihthoffi ,,t,1,llH   on tne RMervM-   ">
Prlcw jtr; d but,   Wo, ii (niiich ilroatit), in i on    these     sites     it     proposed     to
Iiok.  't.i-I ,it .illdi' tt Biota"-,-). hy mail fr inn The,, _„*    •*.-,■■.■«•    .«
Lml i>-uy to,, lit. le-Oia. lues, Oui
'erect   runger   aud   look-out sUtlobi
.vhich win be uo farther apart than
no day's trtit by pack-train, along
thc primary trail system ()f the Bra'
eau Reserve, It is the intention to
■rect, th'H winter, at least three o
four tog cabins for rangers A tel*
Krum system h also being planned
whereby these rangor stations will he
connected by telephone to tne forest
supervisor's ofllcel Tbis ofllce Is centrally located and telephone lines
will run in from nil directions, much
in the manner ol the spokes of n
wh-sel with tbe contra! ofllco as the
hub-
Thls region is one ol the richest
coai regions in Canada and tho future
development of tho a coal fields will
he amazing. A numbor ui large conl
mines me alroatly in operation, and
with the completion of the branches
of tho G.T.I1' rnilwny now undor con-
BtrUCtlon, will be Shipping thousands
li tons dally.
With tho future development of this
country, tbo tlmbor must he preserved. This region has ume. heen for
DBtO(l Wltll very valuable t inber,
which has largOly been destroyed by
(lroi in tin past Thoro is stl an
nliiind "ii supply < f mln >proi tim-
crtrt rancor and lookout stations
Is grcon With lodgo polo pine from
ten to thirty years oi ago, It pro!
itcrved   from   lire   this will he aa 1IJ
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kast Kootenay
TAKH NOTIOH that I, Kegiua.d J,
Lydratt, of Oalgary, Alberta, intend to apply for the purchase of the
following described lands. Comment
inj; nt a post planted at tbe northwest corner of lot 6622 thence run
Qtng east 80 chains, thenee soutb
78,80 chains, thence west 60,7(1
chuins, thence north 2.1 chains,
tbence west 31,25 chains, thence
north 54.80 to the point of com-
mencement.
RBOINALD J   LYDRATT
Locator
J   Laurie    .went
Dated Octohei   28,   Hi:: 45-H
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
DitttrlcL ol Kast Kootetmy
TAKK NOTIOffl that I, it. Powers,
of Oalgary, Alberta, intend to apply
for the purchase of tbe following
described lands. Commencing nt^a
post planted at the southwest corner of lot 6621, thence east 80 chains
thence north SO chains, tbence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
tbe point of commencement.
R. POWERS,  Locator
J. Laurie, Ai-ent
Dated October 28, 1912 45-n
WATHR   NOTICK
For a licence to take and use water.
NOTICK is hereby given tbat
IL W. Drew of Klmberley, B.C.,
•vill apply for a licence to take nnd
use one cubic foot per second of
water out of Kimherley Cree'*., which
lows in a south easterly direction
through Kimherley townsite and empties into Sullivan Creek near and
east of Block 1. The water will be
1 Ivor ted nt a dam on Sullivan Hill
ind will be used for Domestic purposes on the land described as Lots
12 & 18, Block 6, Klmberley townsite
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 4th day of November
W12. The application will be tiled
in the office of the Wnter Recorder.at
Cranbrook, B.C..
Objections may be tiled with the
mid Wnter Recorder or with thc
Comptroller of Water Rlghta, Parliament Building.}, Vlctorin, B.C.
HARRY WEBSTER DREW
45-»t Applicant
WATER   NOTIOH
Por a licence to take and use water.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Mary A. Sopcr of Klmberoy, B. 0.,
■vill apply for a licence to tnke and
iee six (6) inches uf wuter out of
'-timberley Creek, which (lows in a
South Easterly direction through
timberley townsite and empties into
Sullivan Creek near nnd East
Block 1.
The water will be diverted at or
iear Lot &, Block 11, and will be
uaed for Domestic purposes on the
land described as Lots I aad 2, Block
>, and Lot 5, Block 12, Kimherley
townsite.
This notice was posted on the
[round on the 4th day of November
LD12. The application will be filed
n the oflice of the Water Recorder.at
3ranbrook, B.C.,
Objections may be filed with the
aid Water Recorder or with tbe
Comptroller of Water Righto, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
MARY A. 80PER
Applicant
15-3t H.  W   Ormv,  A*ent
COAL   AND PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given thnt 60
days tl ■* dal . intend to apply to
tbe Minister oi Lands for a licence to
prospect for coal and petroleum over
Uie fi 11- tvlng lands situate in the
District .if Southeast Kootenay, Brit
Ish Col umi ta, in Lot 4f»93:
Commencing at a post planted on
th:- West line of Lot 7844 at or near
one mile North of the International
Boundary, and being the Northeast
corner post of Charles E. Webb's
claim, tbence South eighty chains;
thence West eighty chains; thence
North ei *ht\ chains; thence East
eighty chains to the pojnt of com-
mcncenient, making 640 acres, more
or less.
Located    tbis !"ith day of October,
l'J12.
CHARLES  E.  WEBB.
Locator.
Eathen W. Butts
50-5t Agent
coai,   Wl) PETROLEUM   NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that 60
dayB after date I intend to apply to
tbe Minister of Lands for a licence to
prospoct for coal and petroleum over
i'i- foil iwtng lands situate in the
District of Houtheast Kootenay, Brit
ish Columbia, in Lot 1698:
Commencing at a post planted on
the West boundary line of Lot H5f.ii
at or near two miles north ot the
International Boundary, and being
the Northeast corner post of Charles
I-:. Webb's claim thence South eighty
chains; thence        West        eighty
thenco East eighty chains to the
point of commencement, making C4-0
acres more or less.
Located tbis Kith day of October,
1912
OHARLBB  E. WEBB,
Locator.
Eathen W. Butts
r>0-5t Agent
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I   Steam  Boiler,   Puruao*,
J      :incl Sopt in Tank work
"' a siim-i-illy
Cost, and Ntoob  ••siiuiam.
furnished on applioatloD.
Aatli.i.    I1. O   Bo. I**. Cnnbroa.
***********
ORANBUOWK CMID DISTRIOT
lMMiii;t ul Km,- Kootana*
TAKK NOTICE thnt I, John
Laurie, ol Cranbrook, B.C.. intend
to apply for tb* purobaiQ of tbe foi-
lowlui; deKCrlherf Innd.. CumroenR-
tn« at u post planted m tne Bouth-
eaat corner fit Lot f,fc2fl thence north
^0 chiiine, tbenre wi;Ht SO clmln-t,
i.h«nce south 74.»9 ehalna. thr-cr. enst
11.25 -hniiiH. tbenre aouth 6.18 chain.
thence ennt 68.76 obntpi to point of
eomraaucmant.
JOHN I.M'ltlK.
Loaator.
Datad octoher M. IHI 46 9t
We l>-,il in Everything From
,t Needle lo a Locomotive
Joseph H. McLean
UKAI.KI! IN
All kinds of Second-Hand Goods
Furniture » SPECIALTY
BUYER OF  FURS
S<tg«'i Old   Stand, Hanson Ara
Phone III.
MW\
Short Work of
.n"l Ap-mii'Tilly   Im-ir-li-*.-! <**,•<•■. of
, GooL HsuratffUMld nil -.tht-r
■"■: Iim jfkWitf«w to Abbott Bros
IT.' -t>'     I.u.' an anx'-l of nw-rry ll
■ i relief to ai-i-i.-fuKmi.t-n soffsi. rs,
in beds nf agony and f«i* its y.-!.ra
x iii'-n, woman ant) GbUdran foe
-■■itir.i no halo.  Jimi n tew KntWt
■ ■ of from BO in i/j years' (lur.-itinn
lamli un»1valled am qulok, mU-uua
ibl oatmeni for all arte mm dlt>
<*tc
Al n -i.,lii,i l..i-!.-„f
ORANBROOK I.ANlt DJ8TJU0T
lHnt.iirt  of KjiMt   Ku.iti-iinv
TAKK NOTIOH thnt I, H, (J. 01 >v
nt (-filKnry, Alborta, intend to apply
for   the   purohnie of  bbe  following
Irnrribed latute cnnmn ni'ini; nt n POHt
[tlnnted nt the BouthMBt corner of
Lot l.f.2-1, tlience running nortli 40
•iinitiH thenoe '•*•'»* ir>n chnine,
ihfiici' iotitii 40 cimiiiH, thence oMt
160 ciuiina to tiie point (»f commencement
H. O. BLOW, locntor
,i. Laurie, Agent
Dated octoher zh. mi. 45-9t
Abbott Bro?/ Rhwmatlo Rfrntdy
i-ift ...ri iIni m once—start your curt) today-
H. m i o paid . t Abbot! Riot.. 711 H. DrnrliornSU
Clileago,  III., If your druKglit does not have la.
Sold By thi
Cranhruok Drug & Book Co.|
/aluablo asflol to tliu country both
ior economic uhch and nn proUctlon
to the benil wntere ol nil thi rivers
v.b.cb i .ho In the lootlilils ol tho eart
. in alui>e
I     *n
Tnent M.nas
Dcai'iNS
CnrvRiaHTS Ao.
it.i. ii nn., aeNrlpllqnai.,
wfinlhot .11
'lutiiiiibmi •
nirlirlliKIWlnli.,,
lt',1,n A Co, HWN
... iii tlm
..iv;*!ii:c jffRtcrican.
in-i.i«i-iMr IllasfnUej) wsikty,   tsvtfst t_\t>
mi    ■ -<r »      l-iuii.ii.    'Ikimi fo,
.     <t,   *''■  it   J'.U,   ■■••.(:. :■■   |-i'-iili<L     Hold   iif THE   PROSPECTOR,  CRANBROOK.   B. C.
Local  News
nuts ol Cranbrook and the surrounding district lor the liberal support afforded him, begs to inform tbem
that on Monday, December 23rd, he
wilt be found three doors lower down
Armstrong Avenue.
J, McTaviBh left on Wednesday tor
West Kootenay on business.
Singer Sewing Machine for sale at
$3-00 per month—-Singer Store phone
ir>7. 50
The public schools closed on Frl
day  for the Ohristmas holidays
A. Oumtnings. oi Pernio, was it
the city  Wednesday
Oarabas at Campbell  St  Manning's
J. 0. Hicks, of Wycllfle, *\m in
town Wednesday
A (ire on Durick Avenue .rave t*-e
brigade a mn on Saturday afternoon
MEET ME at "BOB'S PLACE."
Hoy Staples, ol Wycllfle, -ve-a in
town Tuesday.
Mrs! J. Walsh, ol Port Steele, mb
a Crnnbrook visitor nn Tuesday
Oadburys Chocolates at Pink's
pure Food Grocery
Harry Edwards <>f Wycllfle was
in town Tuesday.
Magic Lanterns and Moving Picture Machines at thn  Variety  Store.
Ice Hockey will he a strong feature
in Cranbrook this season
There will be a Social dance at the
Auditorium  on  Thursday.   Dec   270.
Don't Fail to sec tho pictures at
Rex Theatre tonight. They are the
best
The Arena Skating Ft ink was open
ed Thursdny night The ice was
in excellent condition.
MtfHT ME at "BOB'S PLACE."
Mrs. Towers Will sing a number of
solos m the Baptist Church on Sunday night
Furnished   rooms   and   rooms   for
light   housekeeping ■— Campbell   and
Mannings. ... 49-tf.
Mr. Fernter is going to Pmcher
Creek to try nnd close an orter (or
some of his land.
Genuine Turtle Meat and Turtle extracts at Campbell & Manning
The Store Windows of every business     house     is   lull   or    Christmas
goods.
"1 need the money." I will sell
in blocks to suit, seven thousand
ttharea in the Society Olrl Mine,
write or apply to W, it Beattie,
Cranbrook, B. 19
0 D McNabb o( Waldo wan trans
acting business in tbe city Wednes
day
Hurry Webbs English plum Pudd
ng at Fmk's Pure Food Grocery.
Mr nnd Mrs. Chas Stevens ol
Tracy Creek were Oranbrook visitors
on Wednesday,
Musical     Toys,     Tops    and      Royal
Chimes at the Variety Store
THE   FINK   MERCANTILE   CO
j have provided Souvenir China for  Xmas
  remembrances  for   all   their   Customers
Houses,    cottages,    and    furmahedU1***   will   be   pleased to have them caii
shacks to rent by Beale & Elwell Monday    or   Tuesday   Afternoon   next
- " when they wilt be given cut
A Btnall force are employed m the '
lower tunnel ol tbe Aurora mine        I    (j. A   Foote   and  J    Y   Farrell, ol
., _   ,. ""    77 Movie,    were reentered at the Craa-
M B.  King,    of    Vancouver   was in   .       ,   ,-,.,_„.  „
..     ,_.    _,    j . brook Tuesday
the city Monday 	
n ,,   --, A     K   Warts   oi   Wattsuurg,    -nas
Ofooice   Oal-ffornia   Grape   Frtiit   at- „..        .        „„      .      „ „      „,,
* transacting    business     t   i mn*-   -ok
Oampbell & Manning's Tuesday/
Don't    Fail to   ae? tho pictures at'    ,,,      ■, j   .,       "■''       ,   ,u .,  .  ,,..
m, .    , , .     „, j.r       Blanched  Almonds  .ind  Shaded Pe-
Hex    Theatre tonight.    Thev  ft*>  the xf  .      .  „        ___,*_   ,,
■    . j ean Nuts at CampreM A Mannings
a   ,     ,    .1t""T~" ..-*.. ,-   , ,     ■    M- -***d   M™    T* T- Mcv"ittie    oi
Seal    of    Alberta,    "Tie Faute-wi-    . „.    ,               ,,     .       w        ,„„
-.       „   ,,..            ' „                Fort Steele   were  Cranbrook   v slurs
Flour"-$4.on  per nar.k—J. Manning.
tf you wnnt your Sewing Machine
put in good running order Phone
Stager Storo 157,
Alex   Taylor,   of Kimherley, manager   of   the Taylor Lumber Co., wue
in town Monday-
Sweet Brier  Mince  Meat  at  Fink's
Pure Food Grocery.
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan and Misa
Paterson, ol Spoknne were Cranbrook visitors Monday.
FOB SALE—In excellent condition,
One Kara Organ, 5 stops, Apply 'X'
Prospector's Office 45-tl
Ohristmas Boxes and Stockings will
he (riven away to deserving children
today, Monday and Tuesday, FREE,
at Little & Atchison, Grocery
Tbe people of the new town ot -Bull
River wdl have a Christmas Tree
and festival on Monday, December
2.3rd-
Nice   Assortment   ot    Out GHasi at
the Variety  Store
Kelson   Conservatives are boosting
the  name  of    Fred Stusk'y,  president
if the Kootenay Hoard ol Trade ne a!
40-tf
Qorgonzola   Cheese   at  Fink's   Pure
.■'ood Grocery
Brighten Your Home  for  1913
What will nrlghten your home bettor than a beautiful pleasing picture
on the wall. 'Mother's Treasure.."
is just the picture you want. It te
tit   for any home in Canada and ean
Tuesday
Rememher :t pays to deal at the
Cranhrook Trading Company for
CASH. tf. |
Lester Clapp returned Mon'. ty i '-nl
a   hunting   trip   east   of I'JHw.   Mr.
Clapp got one deer.
English Holly at Finks Pure Food
Grocery.
Frank   Dickinson,    of   Jaflray   wns'
be    had    free by subscribing to The| transacting    business    >n    Cranbrook \
Family   Herald   and Weekly Star ot j Monday
Montreal, the greatest, and best famij -■- ■ -
ly paper printed.    It costs on'y i r.p,      Mrs. Towers will sing a number of
dollar a year,  and no home can af   solos  tn  the  Baptist Church on Sun-,
lord    to   bo without it.    Every pros-  dny night
ont subscribers to tlmt paper should
send Inn renewal now and get a copy
of    the    beautiful  picture.    Any   one
not   a   sill scrlber   should order the
paper and picture „t once    They will      Mr.    anil    Mrs.    Bennett,   of Blair
help to make tho New Year brljUtor  more,   were   registered   nt the Cran
'or y°u. | brook  thia week.
candidate 'or a seat m the BOnato
Smyrnfa nnd Natural Bulled Figs
m one and live pounds boxes at Oanv
libel   A  Mannings
W, F Johnson hns jit-.t completed
i contracl   n th Che Cranbrook Qar
*■■ I '■ for the plumb ng and m-
i tain tion oi o new heating system,
MKKT MK at "BOB'S PLACE "
We wonder if there are any old-
I tshl >ned ehl dren around town, who
have attend) d Sunday School faithfully durmg December.
Christte'sFruit Cake at Fink s Pure
Food Grocers
At 8 p.m Thursday the tire brigade responded to a nre ut tit ret'
dence oi Mr. Moore in ilater/tlle
Very little damage was coa*.
Red : pink Sugar for cake decor I
atfng .tt Campbe    A Manning's
W,  B.  MacFarlane and P.  Pe  Vere'
Hunt left on Fr day   week   for points
In vVe$t Kootenay on business.    They
will be away about ten days,
Mr Bohart. of the Wardner Hotel
is having the hotel building steam-
heated Mr. Ed. Johnson, ol Cranbrook. is installing the p.ane.
tmsm
-     W.    KILBY
PRACTICAL    PICTURE    FRAMER
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
P.O. Box SOZ Cranbrook,  B.C.
All kinds of table delacaces Figa.
Nuts. Table Raisins and fresh Fruits
of all kinds.—Campbell & Manning.
Big Surprize to
Many in Cranbrook
Local people are surprized at the
QUICK results received from simple
buckthorn br.rk, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler-l-ka, the German remedy which became famous by curing
appendicitis. Beattie-Murphy Co.,
states tbat this simple remedy antl-
septicizes the digestive system and
draws off the impurities so thoroughly tbat A SINGLE DOSE relieves
sour stomach and constipation INSTANTLY. 43-3t
>-pd*aa-8;
I
~'~'7    Wl^\
rase ^ *    .,,-.>    .  WlJilJV* .\*-^_\.^'*^1fl -P
*v&pu&ete^^**Ket^*,*\
A   Merry   Christmas
Santa ciaus S::K|ustinrea;:;;dsr
mobile from the north with his car loaded down with all kinds of
useful presents for both young and old consisting of a fine assort
ment of Brass Goods, Toilet Sets, Purses, Sewing Sets, Albums,
Stationery and Fancy Goods
Dolls
Beautiful Dolls, Dressed or Undressed,  Campbell Kids. Kidbody Dolls,
Esquimault Dolls and  Dolls of All Kinds
Mechanical Toys
Tniins. Automobiles, Steamboats, Machine Shops, Sewing Maohloos,
-. ..-r-.:-'-\~^fi:"3.~z~. Typewriters,   Moving   Picture Mn
/far"*"-*--.      -a» ."!^\   ohines. Mud Turtles, Seals.   Ducks
ki'^P.-'^l^tr&W    nud   Kvervthing in  tho   Meohanical
^-^i*T4bj^.*-'-' Toys.
Toy Tea Sets
Tea Sets In all Colors In Tin at 15c, 20c, 25c, and 8JSo per set    China Tea Sets at 15c, .Tic,
50o and 7.K- por set
Wooden   Toys
Pastry Sets, l-'ngine Builders, Wash Boards and Carpet Sweepers
All Kinds Of
Games,   Blocks,  Puzzles,  Wood, Basket Work  Boxes nnd Surprise ISoxch
Fine Line Of
Teddy   Bear    Blankets,     Boarskin   Coats.    Hoods,  Muffs and Collars,   Mufflers,  Mill's,
Sweaters,   Jackets and Mitts
Fine Assorment Wool Toys of All Kinds
Dogs, Cats,  Horses, Lions, Elephants, Bears, Camels and Tigers at all Prices
Pine Assortment of Tin and Iron Toys at 15c, 20o, !!""■, nnd 85o.
10 per cent off for cash on all Toys purchased up to December 25th.    Special
Discount io all Churches and Sunday Schools
We extend to all a cordial invitation to come in and look over our display whether you buy
or not.    Parcels delivered to any pnrt. of the city up to Christmas evo
Model Variety Store
K.  G. Moffatt & Co,
f'    •. .1   <ff k\ I ■'
>  v
•#
IF
•#'
Santa Claus
Always comes to this store because
he wants the Best.   He, like all
other Careful people, to avoid all risk, buys Guaranteed Goods and Shops Early
i
THIS STORE is almost overflowing with good
things for Christmas, Every Department is offering
the Newest and the Best. Mr. Laidlaw, of the
Grocery Department; Mr. McSweyn, of the Men's
Department and Mr. Chapman, of the Furniture
Department have, for months, been preparing for the
great rush of Christmas business.
A Visit to the different Departn ents will convince
you that they have succeeded in gathering one of
the Largest and Best Stocks of- Christmas Goods
ever shown in Cranbrook.
How about that Suit for Xmas? Mr. Mc
Sweyn gives this Department his personal
attention, which ensures perfect satisfaction.
We are Showing the Largest and Most
Beautiful Stock of Suitings we have ever had.
Slippers make beautiful presents. This
Store's reputation for handling good Footwear
is a most enviable one.   Satisfaction  Counts.
Ties, Shirts, Collars and Furnishings are
all good and useful presents. We have on
display every imaginable Style and Color of
Tie and Shirt, they are all beautiful and the
Prices are Right*
The Furniture Department abounds in
Beautiful and Useful Xmas Presents. Rugs,
Chairs, Lounges, Beds, Curtains, Smoker's
Sets, etc.    Vistt this Department and See.
The Grocery Department   needs   but   little ff^SP
introduction here.     Mr. Laidlaw gives his per- mM^W^1^^--
onal   attention to all business of   this Depart- S^^-^S
ment.    He insists on Cleanliness and Courteous
and   Careful  attention   to all.
\\Ys<t    ^x5V     Don't   forget    that   you    can
buy Xmas Crockery   here  at
Cost.   Price.

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