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Vol. 14.
BOWSER SEEKS TO *1EHT KOSb
IB8U98    Challenge    to    Liberal
Member to Meet Him on
Platform
"I have mado arrangements t(
put into immediate operation tin
now Natal measure tho very
morning hour after it receive*
the assent of Lout.-Governor
Dunsmuir, and I now challeng.
Duncan Ross to moot me on tin
public platform and substantial!
his charges I think this is some
proof of my sincerity in an effort
to have a Natal law in'this pro
vlnce." So romarked W. J. Bow
ser upon his return to Vancouvor
yesterday.
Immediately upon his return
the Attorney-General sent a
messenger to the office of the
Canadian Nippon Company, requesting Mr. Gotoh to call at
the office of Bowser, Wallbridge
it Reid. Rut word came back
that Mr Gotoh had left for Japan
three week ago, and will not return before April.
"Whea Mr. Gotoh does return
I shall have him make a statement regarding this charge by
Duncan Ross. In the meantime
I challenge Duncan Koss to meet
me on the platform at a public
meeting in Vancouver nt any
date that may suit him. If he
refuses to meet me here then I
will go to his home city, Green'
wood, or I will meet him in Ver
non, and if lie refuses all these
suggestions I will go to his district of Yale Cariboo nt tho time
of the next federal election cam
paign and there at meetings in
the district, debate the question
and challenge him to reply
"He can't decline to meet me,"
added tbe Attorney-General, "in
bis own constituency in the ap
Froachtng federal campaign, and
shall go upon the platform
where he speaks. Duncan Ross
has either got to prove his
charges or publicly relract
sooner or later."
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, l-BBRUARY I, ltlOtS.
No.
the production of   the   records
is    refused     hy    the   depnrl
moots at. the Instance   ni   ihe
ministers,  who invariably  have
the support ol their followers in
thecommlttoos, Employees wim
know of the dlshonesl practices
aro summoned, but refuse lo
answer the(piestions put to them.
and are siistniiid by inonihiTi.
and ministry.    Under I.mirier,
the members of Hie govor m
regar.l lie public properly n-
thoir prlville perquisite, tu ii icx
ploite I at their w ill Even men -
tiers of piirliiitiieiit nre refused
the right to peruse ihe supposed
public lilts of Um tli-puriments,
and are dolled when thev Ial It u
appeal lo piiriinnieiil. A ease ol
this kind occurred lately, wh"ti
one of lhe nienil ers from Mont
real    lining   refused   ne ■ -..-.    t
papers in the Interiordop irtiueiii
appealed in thi ster,   Mr
Oliver, only to be I old if he fell
aggrieved he in.-<lii upply lo llie
housj lo Iiiui oul whnl i ighl le
had. The house bus decided hv
striclly party vote. Ihul it mem
ber hus no right ut nil to Inspect
papers a minister desires to keep
private, The Laurlnr government for llle I.mirier faction
only. It has developed looting
to a degree hitherto undreamed
of in any British community,
K. C. R. CHATTER RENEWED
Indications are That Gonstruotioi
Will Commence This Spring
-Galligher Ignores Looal
Sentiment.
PEOPLE YOU  MAY  KNOW.
VlHltom   Hero    and   Thoro.   People
Wlio   Come to   Cranbrnnk and
Those   Who (Jo Away.
Mr. ami Mia. 0. Wilmer nf Croston
wi-i.- ci uui,nn,it visitors Tuosdny.
Mr. anil Mi'k. A. C. llowneBS wore
at Creston Monday,
Dr. Groon was at Moyio Monday
on professional business.
I'm ovory duy satisfaction, every
day in lho vour, use ll KOOTENAV
UANtlK.     Patmore Urns.
iti'v. Mr,   curry   d    Mnrysville
is in town tor tlio convention,  also
tin' Rov, Mr. McCrae Ir  Moyio,
Itcv. W. Uolllton unit wife of Mny
lo an' Htnyiiu' In town fnr the Hun
day Hchonl Convention moetingB.
A (iranit   Nost  convention   of the
Order ef llwts'  waa tu'lil In Portland
Inst weok.
Mrs. Itobort Hughos will receive
from 11 p.m. till ii p.m., nn Friday
I'ebrunry 7th.
Tho grippe ia nn respecter oi per
suns, nnd ttiat works both ways, fnr
nobody respects thr grippe,
A ratepayer cannot vote in Ner
way unless ho is vnccinated, It is
ititTi'i-i'iit in Cranhrook whoro n dog
tax allows mon to record votes.
Now is tho tlmo to buy light Bob
Sleighs us we are soiling them ofl at
a big reduction. The Crunbrook
Trailing Company.
Otis Staples, president ef the Staples Lumber Company of Wycliffe,
was at tbe coast this week nn business.
Al. Mutz, president of the Kernie
Kurt   Steele   Brewing   ('ompany   nf
Fernie was transacting   business   at
( ranbrook Tuesday.
Mr.  ami    Mrs.    K.   K     Itnnsi.liio nl
Moyio were iu ttie city Tuesday.
'I'lie lie Laval   Cream   SoparatorB,
■Standard    ol   the   World'1,      For
ule Ity I'ntiuure Bros.
OtUwa Mint in Operation.
The New Year 1908, makes
another era in the history of the
Dominion of Canada, brought in
by the minting of our own
coinage, the governmeut mint
at Ottawa now being in operation
The first run will consist of sii
ver and coppet coins only. The
silver bullion is from Cobalt, the
copper from British Columbia
smelters.
All of the ordinary denominations of copper aud silver coins
now current will be coined, and
later gold fcii pieces will be mimed.
Resides this, gold coins of the
same denomination as gold coins
made in tho royal mint in England are to be produced at lhe
Ottawa branch, and after separ
ale inspection these coins will
pass current in England as if
coined there.
To Reduoe Lumber Prioe,
Vancouver, .Ian. 24,—At n
large meeting of lumbermen, represent iug both the const and
Mountain manufactures, here today, important reductions were
agreed upon. Hough lumber
goes down fri per thousand) clear
$2; and shiugi. s drop 75c. Wit i
the immense slocks on h md aim
nine-tenths of ihe mills closed
the si'nni o Is undoubtedly
forcol by the bants clamoring
for the reduction nf ovei'iiruns
and insisii l' the pre-enl large
stocks lie s 11 off.
Au additional reason is, American mills will cut prices and sell
heavi y in ihe north w.st as -non
as the season opens The wnges
of mill hands are tw. nty-tive to
fifty per cent, lower than last
year, and loirs worth tit 'o 84 per
thousand 1 s< Approximately,
there is three hu drcd million
feet on hand, and last year's total
output is not, more than five
hundred million
Ottawa, January, "I.l-
Galligher has pushed the llriiisli
1 'olumhinSouthern Hi 11 sorupidlj
it, has received three readings in
tlie Housu of Commons and is
now before the Senate. It renews the charter for line from
Port Steele to flolden. There
was no opposition,
This wire was received on
Thursday in response to u query
forwarded from Golden the previous tla.v While not as explicit
as might be in that it does not
specify the period of renewal it
is sufficient to replace the reports,
and counter rumors, that have
been in circulation during the
past week with definite information. We now know that the
K. 0. K. charter has been extended, whether for two or five
years is a matter of doubt. Of
that more will be known later
but, according to stories that
seem to bo well founded, the ex
tension is only for two yenrs in
which event there is no occasion
for those interested iu the progress of the town aud valley to
become alarmed. It would be
necessary in order that the work
be completed within that space
that it he pushed forward as
rapidly as possible, commencing
this spring.
Hut we have something more
substantial on which to build our
hopes -the word of Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy, president of the
0 P.   B.     He assured   R,    I!
Bruce, who is identified with tbe
Laud Company which has undertaken the  irrigation  of  a  large
section of the Columbia  Valley,
1 hat KK11 ITY M tLE8 OP TII 10
Now is the time to buy light Boh
Sleighs hs we uro selling them nil at
a big reduction, The Crnnbrook
Trading Company.
The fastest express train stops
after the steam is shut off, just like
tho bualneBS man's trade wben he
units advertising;.
The Czar of Husslu this your performed the usual ceremony of blessing tlio waters on the lake at Tsar
skoe-Selo instead of on tho Nova.
Its snfer.
Every nne is enjoying the fair
winter weather and Hro profiting
thereby, us is evidenced by tlie nu
morolls sleighing parties to Knrt
Steele.
Alter u hard fought game nf Basket Ball hint Tuesday evening;, the
Athletics scored the victory by one
point over tbe Bunks. A gnnd
crowd was present.
A. L. McCullough of Nelson, I).
McDiarmid nl Mnrysville, I.. V. Eckstein oi Pernie, J. W. Whitney, J.
Newbery and W. I'. Morris of Viincouver were guesta at tlio Ornnbrook
Tuosdny.
J. Lynch nf Kernie was in the citj
Thursday.
I-'., hi. .limes nf Kiuiborloy wns in
tho city Thursday,
Mrs. John Donah returnod frum u
visit tn Modlolno Ilni mi Sunday.
It. 'I'. ItlehnrilHiiii nud 10. J Key
liiibls ef Knrt Steele were at ('ran
brook Wi'iluesitay nu buslnoss
limn. At CraniiK.uk, Monday
January 27. tn Mr. nnd Mis. I..
Thompson, n daughter,
c. V, Thomas, and A Kenhon nt
Spnkune were guests at the Crnnbrook  Tuesilny.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Maclean nl
Hlllerest. were Cranhrook visitors
Wednesday.
Mrs, I*, ti, Kain ni Moyie was vis
it imu friends at     Cranbrook Wcdnos
day.
Mr, Stewart Muirhoiul nf Okotoks
was in town Thursday in the inter
est of Sunday sehunl wnrk.
D. llrander nnil Wm. forest nt
Kimberley were in Crnnbrook Kriday.
Mr. James Finlay returned liy tlie
east hound train Thursday nn his
way tn ttie Sullivan mines.
Mines Inspector    Morgan   returned
tn Cranbrnnk alter spending a pleas-
nt time at his home in Nanaimn.
The durability of a KOOTENAY
HANQE makes tbo tirat cost a soc-
nndiiry consideration. Km' sale by
I'atmuro Bros.
Born, At Ornnbrook nn Wednesilny, January 29th, tn Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, late nf Mooho Jaw, n
.laughter.
it. 1). Donahue, postmaster at
Wardner. and T. li. Junes nf the
same town, wore transacting bus!
ness at Cranbrnnk Wednesday.
Quite a number nf our citizens are
struggling with the grippe in its
various stages. We trust all will
recover shortly.
Tho Firemen anil Kngtnemea will
give their tirst. annual bail on tin-
evening ef February tint lu the New
npera House.
Mrs. ll.K.MnlTat ia giving a series nf
afternoon whist parties, which aro
greatly appreciated und enjoyod by
tier guests.
W. T. Mc( ieo and Miss Stetson ni
Moyio were visitors in Crunbrook
Thursday attending the Sunday
sellout conference.
Rov. W. (1. Tnylor of tlio Baptist
Church had the misfortune tn slip
on tiie steps nnd break three ol his
ribs.     He is doing well.
HARRISON SCOTT.
At Merrirkville, Ont., Jnnunry, 20,
1908, Miss Helena Esther, daughter
ni Mr. and Mis. li. 13. Scott, was
married tu Mr. Nathaniel lelos llm
i isun nt Oranbrook, H C . formerly
,1 I'einlirulie, mil.
Mr. and Mis. Harrison roturnod to
(Iranbrook Sunday last, whoro thoy
will reside In the future.Mr. Harrison
is general managor ol tin- Cranbrook
Water Supply alul 1'1,-i-lni- Light
Company, nml his many Irlonds ox
tend a cordtnl welcome tn -Mi     Hut
insult,   anil   wish     the     lia|i|i>     Couple
many years uf wooded hn.
Ij nn iiu- children though adults are
expected as well
February   iml being   "Young  Peo
pie's  Day"  throughout  tin- Canadian
Presbyterinn   church, a   special ser
e prepared hy the General Assem
lily's   ' iniin..-   mil In-   used   and
Mi,- address will be especially to the
young people, ipproprfuto music
has heen prepared
JOHNSON lliiiil'llnl T
Mil.     hi l    UoOkllOUl    WHS   llliii I ir,I lu
Mr. -lului Johnson lasl Monday
i-veiling hy the Kev It. Hughes at
the  I'l'Siih-ui-e  nf  the  Unites sister.
Tlie happy pan will rosldo ;il
Frank, where Mr Johnson tins ji
boarding house
MKTIKililST    CHURCH
Cliildrens service at   II  n'ihul,
Iluys ami (.Ills are invited,
The "Wonders ul the Heaven" will
he tlie subject nl tlie Men's Own nl
3-30.
The lust uf the series ul seriniuis
mi the "Prodigal Son" will he given
nt the evening sc-rvico.
A hearty welcome tu nil visitors,
nml those wim nttond no other
church,
The monthly meeting uf the Lndlos
Aid uf the Methodist Church takes
plaee next   Wednesday at II 30,
AT  C.   1'.   K.  SHOPS,
A lut uf improvod machinery has
heen received and Installed at the ('.
I'. It. shops during tlie past ten
days, whieh are listed as follows:- -
A new unit Improved lathe drill, A
wheel lathe fnr truelng up driving
wheels, a new simper and holt machine, iilsn a new boring mill fur
boring sender and ear wheels. It. is
reported that the steam plant at
tlie shops will he iniTt'utiOil by the
Installation ol twi w boilers,
An enjoyable evoning was spent on
Thursday January 33rd at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sissons nf
Hanson Avenue in honor of the birth
day of their son Clifford. There
were ubout 35 present, and about
11 o'clock they retired tu their
homes, all Borry that the gnnd time
had come to nn end.
A most enjoyable evening was
spent Tuesday by a surprise party
of young people ut tho home of Miss
Catherine Uucklin. Gaines, music
and dancing were the order nf the
evening. Refreshments were served
at 23 o'clock, and at the early hour
2-30 the merry crowd dispersed lor
their homes.
The price nl admission, in and 1"
centa, la what is giving to ttie Edi-
sun Theutre such n largo patronage
Inset .1 It cMiiie/s h. 'hda;
i leveluml, 11., .Inn '-".'    Score
ii \ Tnii u,,l  im the  priiiclpn
-|n uker :ii iIn- dinner in begivi i
 lonighl ii\ iln- Tliipoeanoi
li ii in obhcrvni i  lhe Imili
iin nl I'l'.-N ill nl Meh'in ui     Tin
n\ iiiiiiim it  ilie iiiiii chased
I e sec ret it tj im innl iln vim Id
ii il ri'iii'lie.l len, iii l 'iiu-uinal
illi r hi- i.l mi ii Speeiui exur
i-e- ui ueiimn ni McKinloy't
iiiiluliiv will ni- held In Cum
'nn. ('men,iiiiii. iiii'i other i Ihil
ilies innl low ns. The Mnrlyi
ii'esidenl was Inn ii iu Nib >. (I,
Iiie.   I'll,  l-ll.
BRlTiSli I'AKL'AMENT IIPKNS
; Was Dpi mil By Hn: Ei wa d
Loudon, .bin -'.'. The third
nil uhni promises to Im the
oust imporiuul session ol I'm Iin
neiii since the Campbell Hniiner-
limn ministry came into ollice
-iu- opened tins afternoon by
King lid wu I'd wil Iml 11 ho historic
"iigcutury which has marked
he ceremony since his accession,
iovereigu himself rend  llu
SPSCANADAFORJAPTREATY
Borden Says Immigration Control
Wus Not Secured
i illnwu, .bin L's K. I.. Iter
ii . leuilei nf iln* opposll ion. nr
ulgned ihu govei iimetil n day In
'u- house l ine-e   il.ey did   not
•ei.'iiie iu iim i real' «iiii ,1 ii pun
I'liirnl  nl   Immigration   similar
ii llie    llllleil    KtlltM        He    sllill
M ;ii iiie mission ni Mr, Leinieiix
'u Japan would have been u
allure bul foi ihe British iHtlhor
'lea Iii eiiiii-liisiiin In- moved
he adoption ni u resolution
a Im h rei io-- iim treaty negotls
-mis unii Jnpun, mul continues:
'■Thill    lies    In,use,     Willie    e.\
eresMiiu iu profound apprucl
niiun nl ihe friendly Intention
mul courteous ussurauccs nl the
.IttpttncRu governmenl, mid while
declurlug iis sincere desire Inr
ihe nii'-i cordial relations with
tin- .1 ii|ntni-s.,1 people, desires,
ui vertheless, in record ils strong
i st  uguinsl   ;i   pulley   under
\ hich nm wugeenrni rs can not
ue pi'olected In,in dealt tictive
iiiviidini: competition except by
nntreuting ihe forbenrance and
ml nl a foroitru Eovernmonl."
In tile Chinese quarters today
there is un abiding odor nf mure or
less sweet incense and a smell nf
many burning Joss sticks.
The celebration of tbe Chinese Now
Year will continue intu next week,
and in consequence, the laundry of
John Canuck will go unwashed.
li. Hirtz of Elko, one of the pioneer merchants ol Southeast Krnte-
nny was transacting business nt
Cranbrook Thursdny.
(!. W. Aiken of Fernie, B. Fisher
uf Calgary, J. ],. Uoptor of Bathgate, and S. 1-1. Lancaster of Calgary wore guests at the Cranbrnnk
Wednesday.
One of the   pleasant   social events
""»"■"■ -   -- ,.,	
LINK    FROM     GOLDEN    TO The moving   pictures nre instructive
WINDERMERE, Would be  con-land    Interesting.        Parents   should
structed   this   summer       En
dorsing tills we have  the slate-
iiienl of a  prominent  official  of
take their children tn see those pic
turos whieh aro the best ever produced in Cranhrook.
Current Events.
Members of parliament at
Ottawa, including members nl
the ministry, are becoming rich
faster than their salaries or other
legitimate meansof profit account
for; and there is more ihan sus
picion that they are engaged in
systematic looting of the public
domain. Accusalionsnrebrought
in parliament, and referred ti
commitees in wh eh the friends
of the accused are in the majority
and of whicli the accused ihem
selves are just as likely as not
to be members Evidence is
called for, contained iu the re
writ of  tbe   department,   and
the 0 I' R before the railway
commission to the etloct thut the
road was needed and lhat the
rails would be laid without delay.
There is one feature of thedes
patch, however, to which we
wish to direct attention and lhat
is lhn fact thut W. Galligher, the
representative of the district including Columbia valley, was
the member who has worked so
ardently to secure an extension
of the K. C. R. charter. How
ever well we may be satisfied
thai the railway will be constructed as fast as conditions permit we
would have been better pleased
had the company been held to its
agreement with the government.
Mr, Galligher, as our representative, is supposed to speak for
us. Acquainted as he must be
with the strong desire of the
people of (lolden. Ihe different
points Ihrough the Columbia
Valley. Uranbrook and all con
tingent centres thai may he ex
peeled lo benefit therefrom, we
tind him devoting time, energy.
induction, uud whatever grit*
mutter may be endowed with In
carrying through a measure
which is diametric.liy opposed
io our interests. With this we
will content ourselves nl pit senl.
Of it more anon.    Golden Slur.
CURRENT NEWS.
Orits, may take tile sayings of ll.
(',. Mael'liersun. either lint ur cold.
The following will cnuse astonish
men! and dismay in Liberal circles.
"The Liberals nl   British   Columblu
re nut acting us patriots if thev
..How tlie Natal Act tn pass." Title
shows that "Bob" is in lino with
liis friend Laurier,
The Boundary Creek Times suys
Hint the Natal Act never was disul
lowed at (Ittawu, ami needs only ttie
sincerity nf tlie Mcltii'le guvermiienl
tn put it. in operation. Tho Times
must have received a wireless iocs
sage from Duncan Ross. Duncan
had bettor look up tlie records, then
tell the people straight and truth
fill the number uf times the uct lias
been dishllowod by those whom he
serves at. Ottawa.
OMIT IIII.I. (No 311).
The lollowing letter fully explains
as tu whn it was fixed the Jup llll
migration bill.
The 23rd uf April, TJllT,
At Government House, Victoria,B.O.
Personal.
Dear Sir, I notice Hint. Ilill (Nu
30) intituled "An Ait In Regulate
Immigration intu British Columbia"
lias passed its third reading.
I   would lie    glint if    yuu    would
instruct    the Clerk ut Hie   Houso tu
unit the same from the list nf Ilill.-
tn whieh  1  will give my    assent    at
the prorogation nf the Legislature.
I liuve tho honor to be,
Sir,
Your obedient sorvnnt,
(Signed)   JAMES  DUNSMUIR,
Lieu tenant-Governor
The Honornble the Acting Premier.
I
| l-ei-li,        from      llie    Ihlntle     to
he assembled Lords und com-
i ous in the upper chamber.
King Edward and Queen Alex-
mdi'li entered the House ni Lords
ml    occupied    iheir    thrones
iBiieiith ii eunopy, wiih the
Prince and Princess ol Wales on
it Iii'l- side nf them. In llie
sale journey to and from Wesi
minster their Majesties wen
loudly cheered hy the populace.
The King und Queen lode in llle
u'olden    siaie    coach    with    ;,
milium esi ml nl Life < initials.
Kaiser on Cruise.
Lue telegraphic  reports sttj
hal  ilie  Emperor of Germany
will make a cruise in  the  Mcdi
lei I'iiiieiii, in  the  latter  purl
lurch, and   Ihul   Kin"   Kilw
King nnd Iftieen I oi ig South
I d.in.    .Inn     HO     The    day
ilim iln opening ol purl in men I
linds King Edward und Queen
Alexandra completing prepar
minus  Inr  iheir iiiiii mil   spring
yachting i ' in  Medittorui ean
'rulers. They will sail mi the
I oy tl I yuchl lhe lasl of lhi- week
ni' ihe liisi ni nexi week, having
decided In begin Ihe cruise lunch
earlier Ihittt hits been customary
in pnst years The first impor
lam slop will Im iii Malta, where
Iheir uiujeslies will lie guests of
lhe lliilie and Duchess nl ('mi
naught, arriving there about the
iinililii-iil iii-xi uimiiii   I n tor they
tt ill  Cl'llise inl    II    Week    n|-    mOl'O
about the ei ins  of Sicily, visiting
various points nl interest.
After leaving Sicily   llie   king
ml ipieett will purl, tlm former
going in Iliun ii/.. where he will
spend nil nf March mul n portion,
nl April The presence nl lhe
king ul liiniTilz. will muke il the
11 chiel poini nl Interest for English
visiiors on  llie continent,   and
iii  innli" a  similar cruise   in many distinguished   Eugllshmot
April,   both  inonitrchs    visiting
Sicily uml Eloronci
mid women uiil cougtegnlo ut
the resort.     King  Alfonso nnd
i'i n  Victoriu  will  iilsn   visit
Hiuriiiz during the period of
King Edward's stay, as will the
widowed czarina mul her
daughter,  the Grand   Dutchess
I'ienill.
After leaving the Lim: ul
Sicily, ihe queen will continue
mi board ihe royal yacht Athens,
where she will vlsh her brother,
the king nl Greene It is un
ikoly Hint Queen Alexandra will
return to Loudon before the tirst
nl'Mnv.
CHINESE    NEW    YKAU.
With tie' rising nl tlie new moon
this morning the Chinese New Year,
being the thirty-fifth nf the reign
of Emperor Kwang Su,    liogan, and
One nf the   pleasant    social events L" ,'""','*,'■ 7.  7	
of tho   week    was the   "At    Home"  t0,?y °hlname" »"   '"'"■'   '   " ',"'','
given hy Mrs. Chas.   Held   in honor f'^rntlng.     Husiness    Is suspended
     - .-- hn Chinese quartors,     and Celestials
are keoplng npen house    tn all their
friends,  and  giving themselves up tu
nf her sister Mrs. Held nf Edmonton
who Is her guest
Tho number nf quadrupeds congregating on Baker street in the vicinity of the Bank nf Commerce hold
high curnival since the munlelpnl
election.     II makes a vast diflereneo
IM? S? =~™.i'«:n'"v^i;!nJs,r^::;v'\rr's|i;:Z!t^
The many friends nf Harry Spenee
will he glad tu know he is out of
llie hospital after a slight operation
and is resting for a few days under
Mrs.  Stewarts motherly fare.
A number uf young ladies, ehnper
nned  liy   Mrs.    Hill    visited    China
doctor.
Cranlirook curlers have enjoyed
several weeks ol fine curling witli
good Ice, and tlie real old time curl
Ing enthusiasm is afloat, The Pinkham rink at Calgary, and Hie Me
Outturn and Hoggarth rinks at Nelson were much in evidence among
the visitors, they succeedod in got-
ting in lino with tho Jewelry, but
got lost, in tbo hauls.
Tho Gymnasium Is opon tn liusi-
ness men and young men of ('run
brook. Tho building Is woll equip
ped with the usual gymnasium nn
pnratus, and 1ms a comfortable dies
slug room and lockers, The Mas
kot Bull games now in progress are
Interesting nnd a source of pleasure
to the onlookers as woll as the piny
om. In the future hh ln the pnst
tho "Gym" promises to bo interest
Ing and boucllclnl tn nil Its members
L&u'ier Losing Uround
Now  Year's joys which  will
ue during the coming week.
their busts.
It is the opinion of teal estate
men thnt thnse having money in
savings hanks, ll would seem hotter
fur them tu Invest, their coin In real
estate, rather than tn bury it In
safety vaults ur in nld stockings.
Miss Nellie (Julljeun, while enlisting nn tlie race truck Ilill lasl Saturday night had ttie misfortune In
fall and bratse hor leg severely.
Though the liuih is nut. broken, Miss
Goujeon will he conflned tn hor bod
fur a   week   nr livn.
Mr. K. V. Mackcy ul Spokane, arrived by Thursdays train In take
charge of Hie nftlce uf the Sullivan
Mines and Smelter ,.t Marysville.
The ulllee has   heen    removed   from
Spnkune     tn    tho     point     where    Hll!
works nre in operation.
A lurge   number of   Cranlirookttos
il led a dance at the Central lln
lei at Marysville un Thursday even
inr llofrcBhinonts wore served at
midnight, Every bndy onjuyed thom
solves, tait the home coming in the
nmralim, wilh the temperature at 3.1
bolow ssoro was un picnic.
SHOULD MEET OFTEN.
When in time uf pence, prepare fur
war. 'I'he Cranbrook Conservative
Association Bhould meet as'often as
posstlile during Hie next, six months,
in ;is iiuieii ,-is tin' Dominion eloc
tions ure likely In tnko place ns
sunn as ihe   Dominion   House   pro
rnglles. It. is heller In he in lhn-.
all prepared, fur the Ottawa inn
chine, when ready, will send Ihr
summons, like a holt from tho blue,
frmu Hie Atlantic tu ihe Pnclhc
OlMNOEMEN MEET,
An npen meeting nf Ornnbrook
Lnvnl Orange Lodge   will be held in
Mighton's   Hull   nu     M lay   evening
I'Vhriinry ilni al x p in lu whieh Hi-
public are enrili'illy Invited Mi
.1.  W.  Wl'ileley,  provincial  organizer
will be prosont nnil deliver in, ;,il
dress   nn   "Tile   lllslulv    and     I'lillil
pies uf llie Orange  l,miaclntlon."
Suooeisful Convention.
A very successful Suiuhiy
School Convention wns held on
Thursday uflernoon und evening
in ilie I'resliyieriiin school room
under lhe leadership nf Mr.
Stewart Muirhoud, tho travelling
secretary inr Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. It
wus iuter-denoiniutiiional, unu
included delegates from lhe
Vlethotlisl aiiH Presbyterian
churches in Moyie a- well us the
uon-i i ui form ish churches nl llm
city- j    Certain Liberal papers
'I'lm   afternoon   session   whs throughout the country describe
taken up wilh it eonfereui n Centre Vork as "a former Tory
Lesson Preparation ami Pre hive" and argue that under tho
seiititihiii hy Mi Muirhead. circumstances the Liberal candl-
This wns followed by a paper on date did well in the bye election.
securing more punctual Alien- As a matter nf fact, however,
dance by Rev. It, Hughes, and Centre York was Granted by the
i second paper on Better Home redistribution of 1901 and It was
Preparation by Rev. C. O Main, made a safe constituency for Mr.
interesting discussions followed Arch. Campbell. Hut Mr. Camp
ill these |iapeis. hell run badly in ihe last general
Tho evening session was taken election, and Dr. McLean, al-
ip with an address on lhe ideal though a much stronger c.indi
(onIs nf Sunduy Sohool work date, cameout of the bye-election
iy Mr Muirhead, Thissplendld with a still smaller majority, It
iruclieiil address was weil re- was the confident expectation of
nelved. Mrs, W. T field und ljiberals lhat his majority would
\\. T. Mi'Creo. nf Moylu siinti hnve reached two or three nun
solos. 'lied.   This woo a reasonable ex
pectation und the fuel thin the
majority was so small is signal
proof of the declining strength
nl iim Laurier governmenl in
Ontario. There is to be added to
tlie less nl strength in Centre
eit-ei mn ni ;i Conser
I'ltESHYTI'lll \N
cilt'ltcil.
uf   the   imi
Everything soennt tn point to n
speedy revival of activity in Cran
brook real cstste, also In ranch
property, Mr. Elwell, ol the Ileal
Estate ilrm nl Denlo & Elwell, snld
"The financial question as far as
Cranlirook Is concerned Is fairly well
snivel. During the past sir. months \ |U"Kioss,ye whist party was
thoro has not heen the slightest de- , h-'h IP nday afternoon nl the homo
crenso in tho value nf buslnoss prop   of M's.    It Mnllat   on    keawiek
erty and In   many   Instnnccs   an in   Avenue.     After a lew  rubbers being
crease Is reported." P'W1'  refreshments were served
'I'lie annual
gat inn wim held mi Thursday even
Ing January u. 'I'lie eight dopnrl
ments uf Hie Church's work were ro
period,   show  n  fairly   successful
eni lemell       well'
 iiiniiiil    manage
j, II. Hpe  li. .1. John
,\i lie conclusion nf the even
ing   session   il    was   i|.,eiileil     In
irgnnl'/.e a purmunenl Sunday
School Association lor iim Cram
nook dislriel, mul ihe following
.lh 's   were   elected:   (i     Vi
Pull e,  |'l
osldoni; H. A Tozer Yo.,.',< '!'
ice-president, and W-   ti,.   I lien
linning Secy Trims.
Ai ihechise refresl ills were
servi d and a ploasunl social t lino
enjoyod by nil
It is lielieveil linn Hi •  n I ready
I n it h l'n I  lenchors  will   I
mor iriiesi in tliis- «i
will liuve  tlie  more   hen
opcralion of the parents
nil nl ilns convention.
Crothors Mill.
vulive in Loudon, the reduction
nl the Liberal majority in North
Wellington, unl the Increase of
ihe 'i'onsetvalive majority in
Kasi Nurlhiiuilierlniid In Nova
Sentiii. iilsn, :i sum bus hocucaptured by i hi - ■•ppos.il mn Indeed
' still t|l0 government kuoius tn bo hold■
k  innl ■ i„u iis uun only iiii.iiicliec    To
I)    ''ii   I ,•,,„!,, Xu-as
I'he       li.ll-
rh
a 'i' it
l'riniKi III' Wales May Dome.
ll is expelled iiiiii Iiie   llritish
Royal family wi I lie reprosonled
-■li"-..    as    nuuiiio, iimii,,;,',:,     i     ,.„     y , •,'., y,, „.,,,, •,,, „, „, „,|(-   );>' »n '   ' 'I   ""   mcii.hcr sat   I he
i:  'i'  Itogors  H. Hi , D. J. John Tern lennrv celebentiouliiQite
sua, IV,  llariis mul T. II,  Mtark;  E    held divine service nl   I millers  uoonoX|  .\uv-,| :      Al   tne  .slime
I'litersna   lieasine,       The   UBhCJ-BI   tiro   m||| ,|:„,„;,,-v -'.,,1,. 1 i1,11>.  ,1   is ,„;l  Vol Umvn who tllC
W.     Harris.      It.     I. ,uillt'.     I'     lliv.nll,
J   McCallum,   Ii    Kottmolr   mid  M        Goo   li   Powell, of   I'r; '.mii   ropre«"lll: live tt II be,  nltln ugh
(iillis,   m. A. Maciionnid  nnd T. I). ,i,,i   ,.   ,,,i .i„„ mo it is hoped lhn iheir royal High
Start  were i .a dllors WHS 111 I lollll I s llllll tl - nesses I Im I'l'iime il nil Priucss of
Next Sunday   mnrnln-.   being   lhe early part ol   lhis  weok  Inking Wales will be u to again  visit
ivlco ut",'l,,no^wllt"h. particular -nlers for tailor m cl is.     Canada Inr lhe occasion, TllK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK, B.I . PEB   I, 19CW
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of   What
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Sinn
Vou
Probably ynn
are needing
Wall Paper
fui'  sniiie   i'linin   iii   your
houso,     ll sn ynn wani to
■hlillse    the    [lit I tOIII     Villi!''
s. If,   uiiil   you   wnnl    the
iii'tii si  unii inusl fashion-
ii isign  thul   you can get,    Here you will Hud a
rurioty ol new patterns to choose  rrom.    Quiet  tie
s gtijs nud ot hers rather m I,   I you wish some
ihiiijj ptni need.
B. H, SHOR'
First Class Paper Hangers
uml are pn parei   l
Kirs' Class Painters
I'.S'l'AIII.ISIIKII    IHUfi
A. B. Grrict,
I'lllll.tsllKli   ANIi   BDITOB.
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dWje |ta>0pa*tov.
SATUKDAY, .-'r:n. I, 1008.
(itits tn iln' wiili in .1 ununrj I'"1"-
it will bo "Jap immigration" tbal
will book tbe Laurier governiuonl In
tn tht) Blougli nf Despond tn 1908.
Tliis in tho season whon Promior
McBrldo and bin MlnlstorB smile, and
.1. A. Maedonald, John Oliver nnil
Hawthornthwaite nro dolus tho
worrying!
Old Timers are i
moro predicting os
this spring beoauso
orable snow iu tin-
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vluonco   one
o blgh wate
iim.nn
Thoro \» -in Incronstng doinand loi
timber in the Crnnbrook dlstrlot,
and prices aro snaring.
KM.Ms in the Oranbrook district
continue to sell at a lair price. Heal
estate men report plenty ol buyers,
but the list <it (arms mi the market
(or salt- grows smallei. and more |
difficulty is now found than tormei
ly, to iimi suitable larm property
that can bo boughl cheap
tf   118.
friends may   sometimes spook
imi    our enemies   often speak
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Bred
JrOr   oHIC    Thorough
White Leghorn Oookerells
Veal i hero Is considerable in im In
the mountains, and plenty ol ice In
the ponds, bul whj publish It? n
might be said i hal it was n Men
"i eni ■ k1(1 from Laurier to thi
"■ i Ico men
'tn'
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E. A. Liezert
.Leave Ordcrss tit Cranbrook  Trad"
■ id   the  ri
Hurlim  ■ n ol thi
'   "   \-''n-'' i     the   pernicious    tool
"is as k i   ii    opportunlt;    I ail
whal in-    ills ins opinions as tho
■ "•""■     who has   farmed   iin.
Dj rill     '   - :■•
'■ i i   -    and Johi
'", hat i.   il-,'
'   i    ns    i. theli conceit
'  ' ■ •     > ■    wlsei " in the hal
an ■    >!  - be members We pity the
' ■     '      1880
tb thei
■ -   province
'  '  ■      ' •     end to know what
'•ith t        '■      si .-j      • Brit
inir   Coa   or   mail   them   Cranbrook ten  that the
  d ssensl -.-.   sown
 n  Vancouver  havi     Uready    spread
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'W ~~mmtmmWm\     l'lli l\|- *mm*mmsa.-^ Wi     ''" '      ' their    party
ilia ^^.^P - m W ■"' >r\il      .1......... ui- .    .    ■
lirr.it.,. When they come before
the people ol tl - pi .:-.<-.- fnr re
election, the pei ; li -., :. ■ >,, „ thine
then but let them stay at home.
ind take care ol tlirir own business,
if they can.
CRANBUOOK  LAND HISTKUT
Dlatrlol "I Kootenay *
TAKK  iniiiii'  that   William   Milton
l*roitt nl Oranbrook,   It    0, occupn    ♦'
i   Ki'iil  Batata   Dealer,  Intends Inl (,'
appl>  for a   special   tlmbei    llconco
ovei  the lollowln   doai rlbed lands       ♦
Com unii;   jii   i   poet    plantod al    a
iln-   loutheast   cornel ol   Lot    .'.':'t
thence north SO   cbalne,   thonco oust [ ♦
a" chains, thence  ninth to tho nortii   „
line ol T I, 5881, i ice wosl  tn \ u
the  Provincial   , ,"",  „' £**}   '    l'";11"    ",""  '"   *
■.    '  '/»let i„ ■ . ;,::■■,..  l^'"lM""1  •
'",    l"l,,l"        ,:"'   'd    I"«   '"■'- Wllllai    sin m  Pro I           ♦
'" '     lap immlKrntloi    ituro „  „ ,,„„  ,,-.
political    i - ■',,        He    n I   not  try '
'•"'*   h-"'i     loi    lap   Immlnratlon is      ,-„ ,^,„,.,.„■   , ,. „      *
the ,-lui.  thai    will    knock the    Bl HANDBOOK   I lap  IM.-i
mil  thi   Hm    part)     -ii  ol
the  House    '  Commons    ind  British
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M icilonald    il   I. ■..l.m.i   '  ,
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District nl Kootenai
I'AKK notice thai John K tlrldncs|
nl Cranbrook, H C occupation Iiiiii
i.i miii. Intends to ipply [or a spec
Ial tlmbei licence ovor the lollowlnii
described lands Commenoing ii -i
posl planted .it tho southwest cor
ner ,'f timber liconce 19611, thence
wesl 10 chain - thence north lit
i'liuins, thence wosl 80 chains, thonco
mirth "ni chains, thence east t,n
chains, thence north 2e chains,thence
east in chains, thence snntli sn
chains t,' place ol commencement,
,mil   containing 570   acres   more or
less
John F   Bridges.
Dated  December 80,  11107. :]
Cordwooil for Sale,
A GOOD TONIC fnr nil time
for  that  matter  is  uur
Bum iron
and wine
It riniliiins lng!'Q(ll(*ntS Hull (in-
i'i,'li  tl>,.  blood iiiiiI tniilil up tliii
H.VHlOlll TIlllSH wllll tlllCO it ill
llll-. HUIMQI1 l(llll|l WIH'lllBt' Ullll urn
loan Iniiili' Iii liiIm mill.
iil'l; IIKI'll'' IKON  AND WINK
is fii'siiiv iiiuiln uiul materials
lisiai in it un' tho besl obtainable
lis a iniiic yuu i'iiii depend upon,
Iti'Lim tu lulu: it ut uniii';    U   will
keep yuu strong and healthy
through tlm trying winter season
lull I'inl Hottlc $1.00
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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
ORANBROOL,     -    B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook -   * British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
and NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oranbrook, B.C
* G. H. Thompson
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone 7 A,        The  DrUgg;iStS.
MAIL   ORDERS   A   SPECIALTY
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The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
H
Vie Iluv.' ih.' Lnrj-nst Stock In the City
Over   lOOO BOXES of Fancy Fruit
SELLING  ,i'l' $2.25 PEI. BON
CHOICE   CIGARS. PIPES AND TOBACCOS
CAMPBELL & MANNING
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BREWING CO,, LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS unci BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER |  PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Buttled beer for family
use ;i specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
P, O. 1IOX KI2      b
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* min mtiviMntttiumtiimtitfitfMtHmmiMmmmHi ♦.
I LEASK & HENDERSON I
Mi I: I. Hi-rilen has niven nnticp
ol hia Intention to Introduce u bill
to amend the election Act by prn-
ridlne. that a byp-eioctinn must be
helil within n lixeil period after a
racancy occurs, The lennth of this
period will he left blank and be de-
""'r'1 on nfter discussion in the
House if the government assents to
the adoption  ol the proposed  meas
A political pilgrim! Sir Wilfriil
Laurier. suys "There's absolutely
iiiitliinii in the Oppositions charues
,,f slnnder, but, just the same tie
wishes that some one else hnd to
carry the burden.
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The .iiiiiiiiiii of the Ottawa government Is, "that copies nf important documents are good enough for
Hie Opposition," original lineaments
are lor the government and party
friends. Original documents are al
\iiiys truthful, uml copies, under cer
lain conditions, may express any old
thing but  ihe truth.
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Poster the patriotic spirit in the
minds of children by displaying the
national flag in every school room
n Cranbroolt,
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The Ottawa mint is now a fixture
n the Dominion of Canada. Operations In minting the coin of the
country are being proceeded with. It
is now time fnr Orit publications to
enme forward with due notices giving to Sir Wilfrid full credit for pro-
duclng this money now being run of!
-il  the Ottawa mint.
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Many composers, distinguished in
the musical and literary world, are
imttinu' up a vigorous tight against
manufacturers of "Canned Music".
They want the manulactiirers of
records anil disks to pay a royalty
i-i composers for all    music used by
:   Kaiser William,  emperor of (lernii.liy
.   anil  King of    Prussia   celebrated his
1 iiiii prepared lo supply, good
Irv stove wood, in any length or
quantity. Leave orders witli
G. T, Rogers, tlie grocer, llnuln
S Elwell.
R, S. Baron
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
SEW   WI-ISTMINSTKK,   B.C.
Receives lioth Ladles und
Gentlemen as Resident or us Day
Students. Has a complete Commercial nr Husiness Course. Pre
iinivs students to gain Teachers'
Certificates of all grades. In
iiffllliation wiili Toiionto I'm
vnnsiTV gives tho four years
course for the B.A, degree, and
tho first year nl the Toronto
School of Science. Has n
special "Prospectors Course"
for miners who work in B.C.
Instructions given in Art.
Music, Physical Culture and elo-
cpition.
Por Calendar etc, address
"Columbian College".
Term opens September 17th
1900.
Eleventh   Annual
WINTER CARNIVAL
BETTER THAN EVER
ROSSLAND
UNDER THE AUSPICES OP
The Rossland Carnival Assooiatlon
.1. S. G. FtlASEl*. Presldeni
February 4th to 8th, 1908
Splendid Sport
Trophies    and
Handsome
prizes.
A Grand Programme from
Tuesday ni.nlit until Saturday
night.
I'nli birthday on    Mnnday
hi
January
It  was Better
'iiliiuilna    tluii.
a    .
Teems    for    llritish
pushed    prnvincial
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Always Up-to-Date
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flET A COPY OP THE  □
Great West Life1
Assurance Companys
PAMPHLET
if uiiil Results 10 poiii.ij Holders
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
TAKE notice thnt George D. Powell ol Cranbrook, occupation traveller, intends to apply for a speelnl
timber licence over the followlni; described lands:— Oommencing at a
post plnnted nbout 20 chains northwest ol the northwest corner of the
Joslin pre-emption, nenr the head ot
Upper Moyie Lake and south and
west ol the southwest corner ol Lot
2799, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chnins
thence north 80 chains to place ot
commencement.
CcorRc B. Powell.
Dated December 14,   1907, 51
B ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTA 3' ,;
C- \\-\m\   i
*4*A*m Zmm  I
Fred. W. Swain
ilSTIUOT   .Vil'NT
ik. H.C .  Arin-ilrun/ Av
UHI'OIIATION OK THI*
' ITY  Ol"   CIIANIIHOOK
^r —•                               INU 111  I',.
| Heinz Brand of Mince Meat 11^,5i&VmL0
•^ 3  1908,  thai  the Court ol  Revision lo
C; ri vi.- fit,' Tllll'     '   \  \i'i I-'III-'-;    \T 31  Municipality    ol    the    city   (
B OM', (H     I II I', .ii   V A KII'. I I I'.rs,   Al                        "g  Cranhrook, II   c ,    will   he   held   I
**Z -m  the  Council  ('lininbol's on tho nbov
tzz 3 'l!''c'n| '";"n '"■ ,|'"'"1 ,|mi'1'"
ZZz z3  **>'■ purpose nt   revising tho   ussest
C: ^;  meiii  rate nl tho City "I ('niiibnuili
SZZ 3 Those    making    comptalnta    ugiilns
B I'h.ii.i- 'i   ■■ I'll.M-: in 3 !•'» neBsmonts   are   required   t
If You Read This
It will be to 'onrr. that tho leading mmll-
c«l wrlb'rs and touchers of nil the several
aehools nf pritetlco recommend, iu thu
strongest tonus possible, each and evory
Ingrodlont entorlng Into the cnmiiosltioii
nl Ur. Florae's Goidon Mndlonl Discovery
lor the euro ol wuuk stomnch, dys|mpslu,
catarrh ol stonini'h, "liver complaint,"
torpid liver, or blllnusiiiws, ohronlo bowel
iiTeetinns, and all catarrhal diseases of
whatever region, name nr nature. It Is
also a specific remedy fnr all such chronic.
nr long standing eases uf euturrhal affections and their rostlllunU, us bronchial,
throat and lung dlsnnsn (exuopt consnrap-
t inn j ai-eompt iiieii with severe coughs. It
is not so good fnr llcllto i-ulds and coughs,
but for lingering, nr elironlo cases It Is
nsiiocially eUlcacloiis in pi-ia-luclng per-
f.a*t cures, ltenntiiins Itlm-k Cherrybark,
(lolden Snal root, llloodrnot, Stono root,
Miindrakn root and Qu i's mnt—all of
which are highly praised ns remedies for
jillthe above mi-ii l ii nnil ji|Ti-,-t inns by such
eminent medical wrltors nnd teachers as
Prol. Rarthnlow. ofy.tefferson Med. College: Prol. llariyn the Univ. of Pa.i
Prof. Flnloy-mtfiigwaiHl, M. D., of Bennett Med. College. Chicago; Prof. John
King, M. HToI Cincinnati; Prof. John
M. SpilddonfM. D„ pi Cincinnati; Prof,
lixlwin ^^a'Tla«•. M. 1)., of Hahnemann
Med. Qtnijtf, Chicago, and scores of
nthers/WjUally emlnotil in thoir several
sehonuHif prnetlco,
Kc du ced
Rates.
I ransportation
1lockey
Championship of B.C.
Ski Jumping and   Running
(Ihiimpionship of Canada.
Snowshoe Races
Championship of B C.
Skating
Championship of the Province.
Tobogganing, Curling Bonspiel, Horse races and other
events.
Masquerade and Dance,  Good Music
Por further information apply to
A. B. MACKENZIE
Secretary and General Managor
,~Ml   IIAltlllHTKII .( SOLICITOR
~7Z7Zf*l  NOTARY I'UIII.Ui
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Orttnbrooki ll.C.
THOMAS   McVITTIh
P.U.S. & C.B.
Port Steele B.I
DR. E, W, CONNOLLY
Pliuslclan and Suroeon
OFFICE ARMSTRONG AVE.
Hours:   0 to 11 a.m.  2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
Phono Offlee 10S    Residence 109
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
Fa O. 12.
FRATERNAL ORBER EAGLES
Moot evory Friday at 8 p.m.
Visiting   Brothers  Cordially   Incited
Chas. Smith, W. Prosidcni.
M. D. BILLINGS) Secy.
Aerie Physician, P. O. Box 28.
i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii
(■■ftmntffivffn
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 126. R. a. M.
Regular meeting*:—2nd Tue--
day in each month at eight
o'clock.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially Invited.
Wm. P. Tate, Scribe E.
Box 4        CRANHROOK, B. C.
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ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS   SND   AND   ITII   THURSDAYS
IN WATT8I HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invitt-d
C. R.,   VV. P. MACDONALD
Secretary, W. HENDERSON
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PHONE 57 Head Ollice. Calgnry, Alta
We have a lull line of Fresh
and Smoked Fish, including:
CRABS
KIPPERED SALMON
BLOATERS
FRESH SALMON
KIPPERED HERRING
SMOKED HALIBUT
RINNAN HADDIE
FRESH HALIBUT
VVHITRI-'ISH
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
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|P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.|
Z**~       Hoad Ortien, Main otllcu for Eual Kootenay,       ^
S^        Oalgary, Alberta Cranhrook. II. 0 —•
Those   unit uu-    complnlnta   agalnal
the     imnrasmcntH    are   required    t
Imvr thoir protORtu    In tbo   IihiuIr ol
tho div ( ivrk len iluys previous to
Hip  Ills!     glttlng    Ol     the     OoUrl     ol
IlevlHiiin
liuti'il nt Cranbrook thla 21«t duy
nt Janunry,    1908.
'Ph«i. M. Rokitti.
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"il puss I liln fiinriiiiiv of Its merlta.
A glftiicii at this inilillshoil (nruiula will
allow lhat "Onldini Mi'illi'iil Dlseoverf"
I'.iiiljilns no iail.aununs, liiirinliil or liuliit-
liii-nilnuilrims nml noiilt-nhul   i-luuiiii-ully
niirn, i.rl|ditri'li I glycerine la-iuu usial
Insti-.'id.   Olyenrlne la oullrnly unobj	
liiuiiil.leiiiul liesltles Is n inofltuseliil ugeut
in ll nri' nl nil si mth ;i j well as bronchial, throat uml imu. uUcc'ilnns, Thoro
Is tli.i lilulii'sl, ini'iliciil iililliul'lly |,,r Its
inn III nil Sll.'ll ciwim. Th.." I i.-.-i .v.iv " i:-
ii concentrated glyi'orhii'.vlriictnl native
medicinal r a nml Is siilo uml relliible
A I kh't nl extracts Irum eminent,
medical uiithorll les, endorsing ll Inyro-
iljnltts malli'd lis,- on rt'uuest Aildress
.Ir. li. V. Pierce. Uullalo. N Y.
Geo. R. Lmsk & Co
W, R, BEATTY
Undertaker,
Kin liul me r.
Funeral Director
CKANUUOOK, B.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Hollers and Furnace Work a
Specialty.
Cosl, and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application. • .
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.C.
L COHN
Tailor % Importer ol
Fine Woolens.
C'ranbrook, H.C.   Armstrong, Av
i*e9c?e9««*--9--j»"i
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
PHONIC IN P.O. BOX 806
Plana, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % IsuiULu
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
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* i Cline
Ol till! nlil Manltnlm llHrtuT Slir.p
i'llll now Ini NiiiiiiI In Dm
MANITOBA HOTEL
First Claim Work in all branch-!
ol the THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK,  li C, I'KK   I. I!" I
RIVERS   AND      STREAMS   AOT
NOTICE Id hereby nlvt'tt tlmt sixty
days after date we Intend to apply
to the chief Commissioner ur Lumls
uml Works under thu provisions ot
the "Rivers and Streams Act" for
permission to remove obstructions
and make improvements on Thompson Creek, in West Kootonay, noar
Kitchener, und make the same lit for
ratting ami driving thereon logs,
timber, lumber, rafts, or crafts, antl
to construct dams, booms, slides
and chutes, and make such other
improvements an muy be necessary
for  said   purposes.
The portion   of the said Creek on
Ul Sltlil   nti
■•■' is aourht-, passes through
I.ot 781(3 Group 1, West Kootenay dis
trict, and through Lot 77%, Group
1, West Kootenay District, running
north westerly to a point about
three hundred foot south of the Canadian Pacific Railway truck, at
which point tbe applicants ure do
fllroUB or constructing a dam.
Kitchener  Lumber   Mill.i.l.imlte.l
Dnted   Oetober  mth, Alt.    1007,   44
Granbrook
lf.Vt»»a.f*»»l|i'»ft»T'*»'i»*l I
« ii tiit     rim 11 11 *
Salvation ftri
!"THE PflLM"! =T
Barracks
i.i.
i;
r* LIV6PU
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
The
National
Highway
Through Sleeping and
Dining Oara and High Glass
Tourist Sleepei's on all
THROUGH   TRAINS
Besl of Meals and Attention
T R V
Banff Sanitarium
THIS   UlNTKIt
Sulphur Bprltigti uml
I'llllXi'i'lli'il    Ai'i'iUtlllinililtiiria
Rales $2.ii0 per day und up
CoiTnspondonco invited and
uheei'fully iinsivori'd
Write to
3 .1 Coylo, \ Cl'. A.. Van'iiin-oi
.IOIIX MOB, Il.l'.A.. Nolson
(IKAiiy ti DOYLE, PROP'S
Towns innl diivi'i's furnish
ul   I'm   uny   poilll   iii Iiii' 'lilt riot.
A. DOYLE, Mnmini'i I
iiM»'t,.-"-|'»w*"a' il' a ■' *"* ■miigiiimmniiignii
ORANBROOK I.ANll DISTUICT.
District oi Kootenay.
'I'A K l'l iii.liri' Unit BllonoUl r ti
l.iitnilii uf Oranbrook, ll. C, occupa
tlun Lumberman, Intends to npply
lor ii special llmlior licence ovor the
lollowlnic ilescrlboil lumls: Commonc*
iuti ut ii poBt piiiuiiil 2i rni chains
wost uf the southwest cornor ol l.nl
VMM, iliunin' mini mi chains, thenco
south su ehalua , thonco woBt tin
ohains   tlionco   north nn   chains   to
plaoo  nl  riillllili'IH'i'liii'tlt.
Qbonosor U Langln.
Iluli'il Docomber 2i,th   1907.       'I
- - - --JVaiTiJVTCi. .-3'
GO TO THK
L
Wtisi Kootenai!
DYE HOUS
For all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing tine or coarse, large
or small that we canuni hftnriU\
We ftlso Do Dry Dyeing
Office J. Leask, Tailor
GIVE US A TRIAL.
!     ORANUROOK  LAND  DISTRICT
District uf Kuntenay.
'■ TAKK notlco that William Campbell oi st. Louts, Mo., occupation
cornmorclnl traveller, intends to apply ror a apeclal tlmbor licence over
|tiie tollowlng described lands:—
(1) Commencing at a post planted
about sn eliains   suuth of   tlie south
least corner of Lot 6426, thenue smith
180 chains, thenee west HU ehaina,
thenee north SU chains, tlienee east
hu ehains tu plaee of commencement,
Dated December 17th, J.H07.
(2) Commencing at a post planted
about HU ehains south ot the south
east corner of Lot 6420, thence south,
HU ehains, thenee east 8U chains,
theuce north HU ehains, thenee wist
su ehains to plaee of commencement,
Dated December ITth, 1007.
(,{j Commencing at a post plunteil
about Sl) chains smith uf the southwest corner uf Lot 6420, tlienee south
su chains, thence west HU chains,
thenee north su ehains, thence east
HO eliains to place of commencement.
Dated December Utb, 1907.
1,4) Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of timber
licence 10598, thence west 80 chains,
thenee soutb Hu eliains, thenee east
HU ehain.', thence north 80 chains to
placu of commencement.
Dated  December lhtli,  1W7.
(5) Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of timber
lieence L0598, thence east HU chains,
thenee south Hll chains, thence west
HO chains, thenee north 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated December ISth,  1907
(6) Commencing at a post planted
about su chnins south of the southeast cornet of timber licence 10598,
thence west SU chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 8U chains,
thence north 80 chains to place of
beginning,
Dated December ISth, 1907.
(7) Commencing ut a post planted
about 160 ehains south of the southwest corner of timber licence 10598,
near the 8 mile post on the east
line of Lot 4591, thence east Dill
chuins, theuee south 40 chains-thence
west lfiO chains, thence north 40
chains to place uf commencement.
Dated   December ISth,  1907.
(8) Commencing at a post planted
about SO chains south of the southeast corner of timber licence No 10-
598, thence suuth SO ehains, thence
east 80 chains, theuce north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains tu
place of commencement.
William  Campbell.
Dated  December 18th,  1907.        2
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J    TELEPHONE NO. 141.    I
IUVERS  AND  BTRBJAMS  AOT,
NOTICE is hereby given that, sixty
days after duto 1 intend to apply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands
ami Works under tho provisions ot
the "Rivera and Streams Act" for
permission to remove obstructions
and make Improvements on the Little .Moyie River iu Kast Kootenay
where it pusHtm through Lota 8485,
8430, 8487, 8488, 8489, 8440 and 8441,
and make the same tit for raftlttfj
and driving thereon logs, timber,
lumber, rafts or crafts, and to construct dams at certain points on the
said river where it pusses through
huts 8487 and 8480 and at a point
about one third (1*3) of a mile eust
of Lot 8441 and at such other points
as may be decided upon. Also to
construct flumes through the said
Lots 8-111 and HMO and extending a
short distance north thereof and
booms, slides and chutes ut such
other points as may be required and
to make such other Improvements
as may be necessary for said purpose,
The portion of the said river on
which the right to make said im
provements is sought passes through
the Lots referred to in the District
of Kast Kootenay, B.O. and runs
south easterly.
R,  H.  McCoy.
Rated this 8;h day of November
A.D.   1907. 46
Afternoon
Kvonlnu     -
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Mnettuga In'lil
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ni I.l.') p.m.
art iil-flii   in  ii,,   pfusslon among  their  followe
Imili'   Iiii'   i'\IIIIlilllllioil
^rpithoLibp'uis,      I ...SAW   YOUR   WOOD...8
is ubsui'd, ni ItittRl  ii  would Iir ift _.
ii were sincere.    Rut   reull.v ti     ft WITH   ,\ 5
tlmy aim at i. to K. j FAIRBANKS-MORSE I
thai  there  I, something         ,1  ft                  GASOLINE    ENGINE I
dark" which   would  iticrimittute ft.                ie must perfect running engine you can gel.    Thi- ~fc
the premier. ft, l;»"-; '•"." I nt for sawing wood, J
.\ plain still ii ul il;.'  fuels  9 THE HEST IS THE CHEAPEST 9
■ ■    .«.«. :!!::i:;::;:;:::;Jp^        rros we^^I
Sunduy sol laud Bihio Class 3 p.m.   hypocrltk-al exeepl  |icrlmps  in * '   " ' '"^IlL    UlYl/e).    »»g and Blower W ork    g
A special Invllatlun is given to such  unfortunate cases as John ■%                                                                                            #
Lhe Men's Own  til  H.80 In the Oliver's aud   Bob  McPherson'd **%*.** *.*** ##**:   ************
"Gym" lor un-ii only, A special kind of pnrdou isalwuyfi
Methodist Churoh,
[tOUERT llrni.s. Pastor
Sunduy Morning Sonluo ut 11 n.i
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay.
TAKK notice that William Milton
Frost, of Cranbrook, B. C. occupation Real Estate Dealer, intends to
upply for a special timber licence
over the following described lauds:—
Commencing at n post plunted ncur
the west line of Lot 6366, about one
half mile south of timher limit No
2364, thence west KiO chains, tlionco
north 40 chains, thenee east 160
eliains, thence south 40 chains to
said post, containing 640 acres more
or less.
William   Milton  Frost.
Hated  December 4th. 1907, 52
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
TAKfi notice that Peter Jensen of
Wasn, B. C. occupation miner, intends to apply for a special timber
licence over the following described
lunds: Oommenceing at a post plan
ted at the south east corner of timber licence 11794, thence west 80
chains, tlience south 10U chains,
thence east, 40' chains, thence nnrth
40 ehains, thence east 4ti chains,
thence north 60 chains to place of
commencement,
Peter Jensen.
Dated   December 7th.   1907. 1
The time for the commencement of
the publication of this notice in the
U. C. Gazette is hereby extended until January 10th, 1908.
J,  F.  Armstrong,
Tlie
Smith Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
1906, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction—yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, haveheensacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE SMITH PREMIER!
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY j
SYRACUSE, N. V.
b R A N C 11 U s     BJVRRYWHER*
SPOK A NIC, WASH.
•'88 Smith tiiR'olif Stl'tJet I
$5,00AmCASH
saoo a'month
Good Discmini Kor Cits'.
•SIMPLE  ^ ..STRONG
NOTICK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia at its next session for un Act
to incorporate the Eastern British
Columbia Railway Oompany with
power to build, construct, maintain,
■iml operate a line of Railway of
standard gunsc to he opcrnted by
.steam, electricity, or uny other power for the carrying of freight, pus-
sengers and express; commencing at
a point on the South Fork of Michel Creek at or near the point known
as "The Loop" on the Crow's Nest
Branch of the Western Division of
the Canadian Pacific Railway, thence
running in a southerly direction up
said creek to the mouth of the Kast
Fork of said creek, thence up said
East Fork of said South Fork in an
easterly and southern direction to
the summit between said creek and a
tributary of the Flathead River,
thonee in a southerly direction down
said tributary to the Flathead River, thenee southerly along said Flnt-
hend river to a point on the International Boundary between the province of British Columbia and the
United States of America, a distance
of about fifty miles more or less,
with power to construct nnd operate
telegraph and telephone lines for the
purposes of its business and for the
public; with power ro own, use and
operate water powers convenient to
the road for railway and other purposes, and with such other powers
and privileges as are usually given
to Railway Companios.
Dated at. Oranbrook this 30th day
of November,   li»l)7.
Harvey, McCarter & Maedonald.
49      Solicitors for the   Applicants.
<?he gfcogpector
liiiiminely extended In such
f'riict-icnllv  every   vonr   U
IATURDAY. KBil. 1, IIHIK. ! „ .   ,".  ',','
         .    .     Nlltlll  ,'V'I  lime I u ,11,1,■!.'!!    l.y
At Ottawa and Victoria
ihe legislature of llriiisli L'ulum
hin     Kvory yfiiir from  I hh in
British  Columbia   has   lately  UWU suolt bills wnru  "rosorvoil"
liml b lulvertlsliiK of ii kind by "iiccpssIvo  liuntennnt ■rovei
ill Otluwii. Duucun Uoss mid Bob  's nnili r ordors from Uituwu
MePhei'son Imlitljfud In tm ulttiok, Tl,u fllBl   ls ""'  disputed.    Nm
not ou uny onn In thn  Flousa of unl" Uii* last year wus nny one
i'i nous or  In  the   Dominion Id'"1"' enough  to sukkosI  ihni
public servleo, bul nn llmgovern i1'"1'1' loader of tho llousi
mem ni British Columblu nml es   l'losu yenrs -I Id
ivrnPTH   STAR       i
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Kimberley,   13. C,
H   W, DREW. Proprietor.     ^^»l^_.,
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Th
poolully      Attuiimy      GBniiral leaders placed iu sueli  |nwiiions
Bowser.     Sir   Whl'riil    Laui'iot' ,lllVl'     been     Messrs,    Turner,
wns   presonl   bul    allowed   his Semlin, Mnrtln, Duns re, Prior
followers' harangues to proi I.  '  MoHrlde,    The   llmitonunl
Finally  Mr,   Poster   drew   the governors have hi T,   i;    Mu
speaker's    aUenlinn     lo     tlm Innes, Sir Henry .loly nnd.Inmes
irregularity of such procedure Dunsuiuir,
Thespoakei   regretted  to state     There is only ono new nl m
tlml I here was no parliamelilary  Inthesilual now.    Mr. Duns
rule on the subject, il   was  ••  u ninli'  "reserved"  Mr    Bowser's
matte roftasto. raste"lncon.' bill wilhoul waiting for tlio usual
nection with   Duncan   Ross and instructions.    Of   course,    Ini
Bob MoPherson, is a good joke. '•  l"'''11  necessary, tho  instrnc
Meanwhile the Liberals in the tl°ns   would   havo   I n   sent.
legisliiture still "pugaway,"and Senator Scott    has   praciically
:U lust, with  evidenl   reluctance admitted Mint,    li is only because
and diflidencB, our contemporary un ignornnl nml solf-opinuiunled
makes iishow of supporting Iheir lieutenant-governor   acted   uu i
light. constitutionally ihni Sir Willi id
The  Liberals  pretend  in  bo Laurier  is able  lo  infirm   Hie
liove   of course John Oliverinay Bouse of Con us thul no such
behove—thai   Premier McBride instructions were sent.
actually advised  the lleutenunt-,    Every knows now that the
governor to disallow a hill whieh lieiileimtii-irovonior reserved Ihe
he. the premier.   Ims   been   sup- hill   of   his own   accord   without
porting during llis whole purlin either advice al   Vicloriii  or  in. ini.
mentary career.    What they nre structious from Ottawa   Ln doing l\u
askingdpHnlloly is the production so he has done Ottawa signal ser ,lH
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I CENTRAL    HOTEL I
Marysville, B.C.       DOLE & HAMUKY, Prop
The U'liding II I of the St.
Mary's Valley. Nice airy rooms
newly furnished. Table as
good as anv in Kootonnv.
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ul any or nil correspondence bu-lvice frum n parly pnini of view, i'M
BGuests Uomlort a Specialty   Good Stabling In Connection 8J1
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ml
Iween the governor general and ' hul il is inun
the lieutenant-governor on Iho that feature,
subject, Ever,) sane man knows Of course his conduct has boon
thill there wasn't any If there unconstitutional nml has demon
was correspondence between the strut ial Ins iinrltuess for office
Dominion secretary und the Equally of course, he should be
lieutenant-governor, wo fail to removed from ihal office. Bui
sen thul Premier McBride oan so-1 only Sir Wilfrid ran remove him
cure its production. Of course aud he will not As our con-
it could be produced in Oilawu ul   temporary sagely explains:   "11
loasl it could  have  Lmvh ill  the has   tl onoy.    Nelson   (li
years  before Czar Laurier  for- iiadiilu.
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N -esl in railroad depot,    Has nccommi
dations   for   Ihe   public   uimipiiillnl   i
Cranbrook
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
'|)||llin and Cold Baths Proprietors ij
Hollow Oround
As Illustrated ..
$2.50
Double Concave lor     5 aa j,
Extra Heavy Beards  «»"U    4^
^-z,    Sel of Two in
-">"       Leather Case...
Carbo Magnetic
^   Strop
Strop Aide	
$5.50
THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION
NO HONING-NO GRINDING
1.00
25c
S1LEMT 0mtSmmspm
Also Second   II,nni   Miichinoi
Por Sal • ('In up uml 'l'n Real
GEO. B. P0WFLL. Agent
Artfislroiig Avoniie
Phone 157 Ornnbrook, H f
Idf
(WNCI'I.I.ATinN Oh* RBsnmvm
NOTICK is hiTi'liy glvon tlmt llm
roBarvo ovor certain lumls in South-
t'ast. Kootonay, notlco nt which appeared in thr BrittBh Colunibin On
aotto uf tho Mih Annum, 1HII0, unci
lini-i! ilutc uf AugUBt IStll, 1890, is
lu'iTiiy caacollod. Tho above mini
tiuui-il lmuis will bo opon lur location iiiiiIim- the Luml Ael nn March
mi, inns.
ROBERT A. RHNWTCK,
lirpuly OommlsBloner   ot Landa
and WorkB,
I.niiiln mul Winks Department,
Victoria, It. ('.,   Docomboi' ICtli,
l!iri7. 1
NO
MORE
RAZOR
TROUBLES
365
CLEAN  SHAVES
EVERY  YEAR
*?*-■- — -,    4*X».'.A   St., *t
TnAIll: MARK ".
NO
NEW BLADES
NO
ANNUAL TAX
EVERLASTING
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
Head trlio Prospector,
Advertise in Lbe Prospector.
No Honing-No Grinding
Get aCARBO-MAGNETIC/TTJ
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days inU
trial Irom your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
comfort.
EVERY ONE Of
THEM
Unconditionally
CUARANTEEO.
CHAS, L'. REID & CO.
Iranbrook, ti.e;.   The Druggists
CAR30 !V.fi.<:jNETIC RAZORS have revolutionized r»-oi- making   they are TEMPERED BV ELECTRICITY, which is
OUii OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS   the iteel   used In their manufacture is oi  the finest  English and
iiwe*list\ mMce.   This wondcrlul discovery is the rc.ut ol years ol experiment and  ,l,irly, and .it last tiir.re has been
produced a razor that will shive any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the sieel; whereas temperim; by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel.   All other makes of razors must be HON I'D  AND  GROUND
olten, as their blades will NOT hold an edijs any lei-Rth of time.  CARBO MAGNETIC R A7CRS do not require HONING
or GfdNDING during a   lifetime in   private use; they are   at!  tciiper.-d   alia.e. every   p.irt ol their bliii,:-. bi-in^   subjected lo
the same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY.   CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times  hy the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
VOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, wi'hout
(iblitr.i'ion on your part to purchase—take advantage ol this opportunity. Break away Irom the barber habit! You will save
.$fi(i 00 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and reques* a copy ol "Hints On Sh,ivins'" This booklet Illustrates the
correct razor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LlEEl it also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and wc will send you
one by return mail.
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, Hakers,
CHAS, F. REID & CO.
4SV-4AI  Hroadw.iv. N. Y.
I he 1) uggists THK PROSPECTOR, CRANHROOK   H.C, PER I, IIK'8
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SATURDAY, I'lll. I. I1HIS
LOCAL NEWS.
GROCERIES
CROCKERY
HOSE
GLOVES
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aj\   .1. vi Bennett of Nolsoti wusi'ft
sk iu town Tuesday. ft
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.Cl     Dr. Green was al Moyie Tues   £j>
CT day on professional business
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Mrs. Losby aud daughter o
* Sirdar were Gvanbrooh visitor:
•*i  Monday.
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. wus visitlnt* friends nt Cranbroolt   ,>
■.<. Monday
ft. 9.
* Wm   I'   Wim,',   Stiiierlnti'ii
* .luul ni iiu'St   Kii'.'i'iir Mine was ■*■
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'ft. Marysville were  in  town  Tues    ft
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* Hum   ui  Cranl)roolt   Hiinilm
» January Jtlth   to  Mr   uml   Mrs    •
* lului fjiiurle, n Hon ♦
SHOT:    S H 0 P
IS filled  with un assortment nf Boots. Shoes. Slippers and Oxfords that arc
all now    Th - .vei .; we nn        -       the I   sl   ti        isi - nl   in i   new
spring ami  sunimei  stoek. consist    * -.    These it   led to whal we
already curry gives our v>ai ons styles es in choose
from
Our Waterproof I is for    dies and i demand  for  the
reason  thai   they  have  _    ■ i   - ■   -   ■
They ure hghl in weight, an  maili
waterproof.
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♦ Mrs. ft. McMahon oi Los Angoles
♦ were Crnnbrook   visitors   Mott
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Dawson & Co.. of Montreal  was  ^
♦ transacting   business  <**   n™,,.   *
♦ brook Monday.
J. Wilson of Spokane,  ll    11 ft.
Albright   un.l   W     ti    Until   of a
ol Portland were guests al   Iho ,\
Cranbrook Monday
day,
Chiu
K   Smith,
epresentiii!
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Ladies Boots. Waterproof Sole, Cloth or Leather Lined. Per Fair $5 00
Mens Boots.         "            "    Cloth Lined. Per Pair 55 00
"    Leather Lined. Per Pair $5 50
Mens Boots, Waterproof .Sole, Genuine Calf Uppers. Rubber Heels. Per Pair                  $6 50
a     ,1. B. Mitohel, 11. P. Keynolds, a
ft   Vi. s   Laurie,   P,   P.  Chaloner, ft
und ('. C. Snowden,  all of Oul- y
*   garyi   were   registered   at   tho Q
♦- Cranbrook Monday. W
Avoid the dangers  if spring rolds b) being well anil comfortably shod in a
pair of McPhersons Anti-Wet Boots procurable onh at
6. T. R06ERS SHOE SHOP
P. W. Gordon of Nelson, D.R,
Tates of Wycliffe, A. Nelson of
Vancouver, W. A. Boyd of Moyio
and Vi. Valliant of Kama, Out.,
spenl Sunday lust in Crunbrook.
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♦ Insure yourself agalnsl   hard
♦ times. Learn millinery at the
ft Boston Millinery School nnd be
■ft ready for spring season,    i'osi-
:", lions guaranteed those  finishing
, before April 1st.   For particulars
ft npply I-- -Ith.   Ave.,  Spokane,
♦ Wash. Save this ad. it will
■ft apply   the  same  as  $"1,011    on
SAVING While SHAVING
yourself.       Ever   figure   up
u hal vou run sum- in ;i year?
And then the advantage of
bring able to do so whenever
you so desire. We can fix
you    up   for    easy    shaving.
Guaranteed Razors $2.00 Up
Gillette Safety Razors  $5.00
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE
Cranbrook, B.C.
Edison Theatre Safe.
Skin Fitted Glasses
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It ia of vital importance that yuu Bhould
havo youi hIiikki's lltlml properly
W. F. TATE
THK OPTICIAN
iKKIfl.U. W VIVII   INSI'I'l'TOII  Kill! '', I"
St. Mary's Bridge Burned. 	
  " A great many  people have
Traffic over the Crow's Nest been misinformed asto the safty
branch of the C. P. li was al-jof the Ed mon Theatre. I have
mosl ui u standstill during thelPersonally examined the place
early part of the week on account and tind no reason for any alarm,
nl the burning of the bridge over more than is usually displayed in
ihu St. Mary's river being put a public place constructed of
out of use Sunduy.    fn some way wood.    I found the'moving pie
the live benches of the bridge,
hind Iwo more wus destroyed iu
I sawing Ihe balance of the loug
bridge. Trains were compelled
to go around by Calgary. After
several days of hard work.
11iiitliii- was resumed on Thursday.
Open Wireless "Cable" Line.
Clifdeu, frelund, Jan. ill.
The Marconi transatlantic wireless system will be opened to the
public for the transmission of
private messages Saturday Peb.
1st.   The service at  present is
Blower work lor plnninc mill est-
haunt systems, Our Specialty, t'nt-
more Bros.
At the Rink.
Curling in Oranbrook this
winter has been full of interest
as well as pleasure for all concerned in winter sports.    Local
hire machine in gnnd  condition,
the films all being encased in!prizes were numerous and are
metallic boxes and the machine ; being well contested. Local
operated by electricity, no gnso- j rinks have contested at the
line, gas, or oils of uny kind be- iBonspiels held nt Nelson and
ing used.—Yours very truly,        Calgary.
' ,1. P. Fink, Chief Fire Engineer.
Maintain Armed (hard.
It is stated authoritatively in
Vancouvei that the Japanese
maintain an armed guard there,
ready presumably to shed the
blood of the Canadians who
lave been deputed into giving
School oi Mining,
A COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE.
Alliliil'il lo s}tsrrn\ Inivrrsily,
KINGSTON,  ONT.
Par Calanlar nf tha School anri fnr'li-r
InformitlaD, apply td the Secretary   *' '
of Minim Kingston, Ontario.
Ihr lallawlnf lo.rwt are rtlrrad:
i- Pour Year. CooiKlorD-pwofB Sc
I- I'hrae Vrars Court* for Diploma.
0—Mining Enjinasrlnr
jt-lthamiatry an,'. Ulnar.Infy
,-Mln-ralorr and GaolojJ
.1 vii-rni al Baftaeerial
,-tti.-.: Boflocerinr.
/— Mechanic.! Boiiaeerinf,
r-Hlartr,ral  Fn^n.Tin*.
a-Btolouy an'l Public lira th t
between London and Montreal i these most objectionable persons
only, by way of lhis place and i'he freedom of this country. It
Foldhu, Cornwall, on the eastern is to'be hoped that those who
shore of the Atlantic, and Olace * make this statement will follow
Uuy. \. s . oii Hit: western shore. I'i'"p by laying Information be-
Montreal wus chosen as the' fore the proper authorities, so
American terminus because Can- that examples may be made of
uln has subsidized the wireless those guilty of infraction of the
system to the extent of $80,1X10, Canadian law. The friendship
Heretofore the wireluss I runs- °*''"' (,,,IIWI1 government or the
ulaniic system hus been used i'tllnonce of the consul al Ottawa I
for press messages The rale1*'" "Pi protect the guilty parties
un private messages between\lvom ""' "I1"™!"'" of the
Loudon and othor points In line   01',i','n mv '""'• the enforcement of
und and  Ireland uml !, treal wh1c|*   s  i"  the hands ol  the
nul other (.'.inadiiiii .-iii,., will be I grovlnclul authorities,    I rue llu
oinv   I.   ils  ii   word,   or  less
Ihan lmil ii " rate charged by the
ub •■ companion,     No attempt
I take Contracts for any kind
of LOO (JUTTING, DITCH
WORK, Et«.
I always have men oil hand
to supply to work.
Call ill at Quong Yuen Store
for further Inquiries,
Dick Luiil
Cranbroook, ■  British Columbia
Edison Theatre
I   iti'lli lln l
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Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
I RS   DPKN
SHOW STARTS
P M
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ni.itii' ui   present  to lay
wires to the wlrelossler-
In thi! kootenay Valley.
A reporl from i Itlawa is to tho
fifed thin Um ii for the com
plot ion of the proposed railway
11 om Golden ''in Fori Steele, con
neeling with tho Crow's Nesl
Puss railway, lias been extended
fnr live vein's.
Ottawa governmenl may order
the ruleiiso of the convicts, as it
did in the ease of thut most ob
jeclioiiuble foreigner Hrotliier
when his countrymen applied to
Ihe depart ment of "justice:" but
in the meantime the Japs would
have u taste of incarceration
ihul ought in have a salutary effect on Ihem.- Columbian, New
Westminster.
in tho bInlil
hiin j.ij.ihIiiii:      Till
whin norad) like    iiu-n aro    llitblr tn
tnko cold.
mil   LINK, nl-   lim:. K   HI.ANKKTH
luu, boon   carefully     '!" toil      n   in
clinics tin- rniiRti unil  serviceable ioi
hi.iiIiIc um- .-ui'i il"-   Inncloi    I,ni jiml
us warm f"i use on tho roud.   Ilottci
lui va- ii pul!   nl each  liiml     Hm l'lli	
arc much lnwoi than the cosl ol n
vi'tiiiin.-iiy il .vmi horse Bhould lull
sick,
Cranbrook Trailing Co.
Adinisiion Adult* Ifi Oni><
Cliililnui III Cents
l.'I.MKMI'.KI.'
Only Pour Nights tt Week
Monday      Tuesday
Thursday   Saturday
Knlire iIhiuigo of Progrumm
i ei v Monday uml Thursday,
(Jiirront News.
uis Dominion  h'nir
Victor
in Iimii
A resolution has been fni-wurd-
Iml  to the i iiiuivu   governiiienl
!!S<«t»NiSS!!«!SS-*«(i9e9«SS8i*M
MIGHTON'S    1
PERIQUE       I
)      MIXTURE       8
THE
COOLEST
I CUT TOBACCO
II the llllifki't
1      ' ' ■     ' >,'       ■  ', , .. .. ii        j..',',   i  ii iim ■ il i     ■,  ,
selling fin-til Victoria's elniins lo i
thui Dominion uxposltloti in IHOfl, |S Sold onlv hy
und urging lhat lhis bu given ton)        ;
this eiiy, partiuulurly ou account
ol lhe \lnskn Yukon Kxiuisilion.
heing ii. M in Seattle al the same
limo, which   would pracilonlly
'i insure lhe linaiicial success of the ji
I Dominion Exposition here.
Mighton's   |
CIGAR STORE |
STEWARTS i
THK I.KADINii  PBUIT S'I'OKI"
lle:i(i(|iiarters lor:
CHOICE
PINE APPLES
DATES      Kins
MALAGA GRAPES
.TAP ORANGES
Choice hothouse Letttlfie
Stewarts Kink Chocolates
Hugh Stewart
Phone 76       ftrinsti'oiui, Ave.
^«Tmf!!mmmmmnmtmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmi
I LADIES
I   NONN  ^S
YOO
OP
pOB^
UN\TY
3
3
To Save Money!
!~ We    find    we   are   overstocked   in   Ladies 3
B FLANELETTE UNDERCLOTHING,  and have 3
K decided to clean them out at prices which needless 3
B to say will do so quickly. 3
C" We ask you to be in time and secure the pick. 3
H LADIES  FLANNELETTE DRAWERS, Divided up 3
^ into two lots—Colors White, Pink, and Blue-These 3
p. are well made, full sisio, and trimmed neatly with 3
•£ Torchon Lace—- 3
B Sale Prices 65c. and 65c.   Regular Prices 65o. and 85o. 3
B NIGHT DRESSES, We can give you a nice Pink. 3
gj Blue or White Flannelette Night Dress- 3
B Aotual Value $1.00.   Sale Prioe 80o. Each. 3
B ANOTHER   LOT,  Of White,  Pink and Blue Flan- 3
|£ nelotte Drawers, made of the best cloth  and 3
B\ neatly trimmed— 3
B Usual Prioe $1.35 and $1.45.   Sale Prioe $1.00 a pair. 3
m-   -aa|
B Special Reductions of 25%  Off all fj
B Childrens Flannelette Dresses. 3
3
B "*"
B
B
B-
House  Dresses at   a   Discount   of   3
20% Off Market Prices. 3
THE ABOVE ARE ALL LAID OUT ON TABLES     3
FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT 3.
b Burns Brothers
Reid Block
Cranbrook, EC,    z*j*
iiiaiiiiiiuiuauiiiuuaiiaiiuaiiiiMiiiiiuauiiaiiiuiiaiai^
■Kija«MiWi»IS»lid»B«i)»!J*«*Sr»H ■IHlMIMIWiMIMIMIMl^fgMi
Do   You   Want
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
D.Htrict of Kootenny.
TAKK notice thnt Peter Jenaon of
Whim, II. (!,, occupdUon miner, in
(i»n<ln to apply for 11 Hpcdal timhor
lininrt' over the following described
UhhIh: Ontnmnncin^ at h punt planted 40 rhiilim Houth of the north (mnt
corner of timber liconce 117!tri, thence
Houth ltin rlmiiiH, thenco niHt 40
chnlni;, thence north ico chains, .
thence wo«t 40 chnlnn to plnee of ; __
r.oinmencctnont.
Peter Jensen.
Dated December 7th. 1907. 1
The time for the commencement of
tho publication of tble notice In tho
D. 0. Gazette ia hereby extended until January 10th. 1908.
J. F. Aravti«ftK-       j
A GOOD CIGAR OR CIGARETTE
A Cheap or a (iood
IPB, CIGAR OR OIGARBTTE HOLDER
Or Anything in the Smoker Line
I CARRY A PULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
Clint McDonald
C.P.R. Barber Shop, Pool Room and Cigar Store
M44I>I«M4444> MMM4WMNMNM I
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