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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, MARCH IO, 190G.
No.  ID.
MEETING OP COUNCIL
Matter of Intmrtiniuu Considered
Report of Committee Etc
The regular  weekly   meeting
nf the oily council wns  held .in
Wednesday     evening.     There
were proso.il HI* Worship May
Of Rogers, nnd nldernien  llreer,
Tlsdale, Pink, Ryan, Murphy,
and Jackson,
Minutes of Inst regular meet
iug were read mul adopted,
Complalnl of ,1 It Patton was
referred to the Police committee
for Investigation,
Complaint of 10 dwell ro the
appolutmenl of i. truanl officer
was laid over until 110X1 meeting
lu tiie mat tor of making ihe
proper application for thooxtnn
sion of  school  boundaries wus
lefl   In the lends ol the city so
licit.).- and oily clerk,
That ;i copy of all  reports  re
school district which the council
have   passed  be placod  In the
hands of ,1   A. Harvey and G, II.
Thompson.
Alderiiiaii.liiclisi.il reported re-
whistle for Hra alarm, und snld
ll.ut tho pressure wus ample at
all limes, nml that superintendent lirickson ul the C.P.R., had
given tho necessary  permission.
The reporl of the linanee cone
mittoo was accepted nnd the Mediums orderod  paid.
It nnived Hint llic'lieiillh com
mittee be asked to reoonsidor
the appointment of. UiV.Cohuolly
as city  physician.   Th otion
prevailed.
A verbal rejiort ru-ihooling uf
School Hoard was received, accepted, and ilie committee discharged.
t)u motion, by-law No I-l being
,!." Hre limi's and building by,
law iinieudini'iil l.v law was reconsidered and Hmilly passed
and adopled.
'Che matter nl Paul Hundley,
re. therepairtiig of his building
on Halter street was referred to
the tiro and police committee.
The council then adjourned
until Friday evening at 8 p, in.,
for the consideration of bylaws.
C. P. R. Profits.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
company's earnings continue to
make a remarkable tine showing.
The statement for the month of
January and for seven months,
July 1 to January ill, shows that.
Ihe nut profits lor the month of
January amounted to 1^1,267,234,
as against $422,1108 for January
1005 so that the gain in net, profits
for the mouth aim,unted to
$844,505, over tho corresponding
mouth of lasl. year.
The net prolils for llie seven
months amounted to $11-1,451,038,
against $'.'.507,410 lor the corresponding period lasl, year er a
gain of #8,887,217.
Masonic Notion.
The members uf Chaniikook
Lodge Nu. :il, A F, S A. M..
will   uieei  al   Masonic  Hull  ai
2-iln p. in i Sunday March, 18
nnd from thore parade lu Knox
Presbyterian    Church,    where
divine services will be held by
the Rev. W. CI W. Fortune, ll
is hoped thei'" will be u large
attendance, All visiting brethren are most cordially Invited.
An "At Home" at Knox Churoh.
The Indies uf Knox Church,
Tuesday evening, entortatned
the members and adherents of
the congregation to a social sup
per in the old building. The
chief object was to bring together those win. come lo the city
from time lo lime and to give
them an opportunity to form an
acquaintance with one another
nnd wilh lh'1 older members uf
the congregation, Croat credit
is due the Indies who went lo su
much pains tu furnish su sumptuous a repusl. Those who took
advantage of the invitation deep
ly appreciate the land uud  gen-
irons aelloii ,n preparing so do | morning the bouquets with a sun
sti.nli.il purse.   If ns prompt and
<•ni.-i.-iii work had I n dun,-  in
Fernii! two years ago half a mil
Pun dollars worth of propertj
would  have  heen   saved.    The
Week.
Ilghtl'ul a means lur n social
gathering 'rim h.rgu assemblage relired lo ll.ochurch ..Imiv
a brief program.uu was presmi
led. Mr \ McCowan look the
chair and in his usual humorous
fashion Introduced tlm choir
whose splendid iiffleleney i- due
io ike ink- I ludj Miss Rhn'dii
Lelloh, After the choir had
rendered nceeplahl,\ an i.ulhem,
Mr. Marshall, in li.m voice, gave
a solo Mr. Sll'llllgu and Ml'
Slewurl gave a ,hi,a ou ih,-
bnujo, Mr Wnrdeii Rung iu line
style iimi grand old fuvorlto
"Da. id .luni's" Mrs Fortune
gave an excellent roudlng, and
it is needless lo sav ii wa.- well
received, Mr iIroer than gave
an address in which ho reviewed
Hi" progress ol the congregation
from its Inception, ami ii,uved a
vote ol thanks to the Indies tor
Ihe splendid ciitorlul.imcul lliny
furnished,
LOCAL NLWS.
Mr    ami    Mi's     ll     Poi'llll'   ol
Mill ie wore iii the ell, Thursday
.1   II   llaynsof Marysville was
in io,. ii Thursday.
.1  A   Dmviir
oi Nelso
ll   uu- I
lh" city Thni'si:
lay,
Have   um   i'
end   the
llmlu"
H cli.
British I'ohm
iblu -lo
•k   is ci
big up.
IMMENsl'l SH0W1N1IS
Wm  Cnrllii uf Fori Steele was
in iln- city Frldiij
1! i;   l-lainlllou of Calgary was
in 1 li" city uii Sat unlay la-!.
K. 1). Hupp" uf Spokane wus a
guesl a! ihe ['ranbrook Monday
0„   tho Mystery on Alki Oreek, I w^\^ I^SST'  "
a  Tributary  of tho  SI 	
Marv'n River. R  A   Muedonald uf  Wiirduer
'  was in the city Monday,
Operations continue, on ihe My I 	
Rtiirycliiini,'sitni.temiAlkloroolf.LrW'0'.S'nilh.an«lA, A. Ward of
,,.',. ... ,,   Mui'vsville were iii ihe eil v Mun-
Outli.spr rty, yvh.ch isoneot Uy'on husll)ess.
the best in tho district, tho tunnel 	
which is. uow in uboul 120 foet is Mr. and Mrs. T, V. Lowuey
being extended on tbe vein, und were Cranbrook visitors on Wed
has aboul live feel of tine copper j iiesdtty.
ore in the face.   Two shifts are      .   , TTTi i in.
, ,     .1. McNeil ul Lethbridge, Allil.
employed   in development,  and v||>  ,,,,,„,,.,-„,„    business    ai
iiu- force will -uun he Increased, |Cranbrook Wednesday,
We lotirii that it is ih" Intention
uf ihu owner to extend the wagon
road from iiie upper nnd  of St.
Mary's Lake lo li," mine  in   tlm
near future.    As soon us ihis is
completed   a   large   amount   uf
u,,„ :hi,i"i,..   ,i   i-u.np,,-ssui'   und' Wednesday*.
Burley drill-,  will he  installed,!
lack   Thompson   w
I.. C. Hishup of Marysville
was doing business ul Cranbrook
Thursday.
A. Jones of Moyie wu- cuis
torod   ni   tho   Cosmopolitan on
HOUSE   PROCEEDINGS ;;;
Debate on Columbia And
Western Land Grant—
wtlioriuhwaile's statement i-
i'.'ci      though   whether   iln
I'kin  will  I..-   nt templed  i"   iu
curried ihrough  after ihis pub
li" exposure i- .mother mailer,    ,
When ihe member lor N'unuimo
resumed   his seal,   there  was n
lead silence     In ilie face ol the
lorivni uf  invective, tlm daiuag
.-.-a-     •   -»-»        .»   t t    'as. , • ing revelations, theeuliingsatlre
Kai-En Island Investiga-|, wind, i....y u..s, mow*
I io. ih" heart was nul of ih" l lp
l-iAti   iT^l/^OCaH position    No man of ll .eared
tion oiosea. |;0 ,,.v mmlwUm wllll,hl.un
).le;isunt genllemati who for oi
hour  :,hil   Iwu.lly   iniiiu!"-   liml
upportud tho second reading of I h"1(l   ll I' "' the derision of
THE HUHHET SPEKCH.
\ hea\, mul \"f\ iicrbnonions
debulu look place when discus
-ion was resumed on rhe * 'oliiui-
hiu ,v Western Siiiisuh Bill, over
a lengthy am.null..cut introduced
hy Henderson (Yule) A- Mr.
Honderson's cnntribiillon lo thej
occasion contained tlm word
"whereas" no loss than eleven
limns, it  naunol  he  reproduced
here; but, after uiliug ll hove
eleven ruusons, ii wound up bj
saying "therefore, this House is
of iii" opinion Uiul ik" t lolumbiii
«V Western Knilwnv company is
mu entitled lo uny further aid,
Mr Henderson »as in error
a by no means infrequent condi
lion villi liiin. Th" House was
mil at all of his opinion, though
ii took up iii" greater purl of ihe
|day io convince him ol the fad.
Patterson, i Islands) commenced
ilie discussion by staling lhat
tli" railway company hud pin itself oul uf courl by mu eoinplet
ing ih" terms uf ii- agreement,
which il has technically violated
Ho   would   oppose   the   si ud
iv' g
i nrier-Cotton, Proeldent of
thi> Council, remarkud smoothly
Unil. if li" hud ever had any
doubts a- to il"- advisability of
paying this subsidy, Ibe speech
of the member  for ih" Island:
Taking everything into consider-1. 'mu«    ' «"»'l«»»   «".«    "own
',   .     '        .     . , , Irom I'errv .reck'   I liursdav on
ationlheMyslery Is without doubl | business
—at ilie preseni juncture—one of 	
the  hesl  properties  iu  the St.      \\ Donald of Nelson was trails-,., ,. ,,
Mary's district. acting   business  al    Cranbrook |the non-completion of the or.g
1 Monday
iiu- ineiisuro, and in doing so
lefl few leal hers nuriilll.'.l on the
Opposition side of tin- House
The whole disgraceful history ..f
.luhn Oliver und ih" Olullu i
puny which ihe member for
Helm hud deemed shrouded In
hy the misis of oblivion was
ruthlessly drugged inlo llghl by
ihe ineinlier for Nu mii inn. nnd held
up in all its spotted hideousness
to the derision of tli" House and
the galleries, The outward and
visible manifestations of the inward and spiritual yearnings of |0f enquiry into the private lie,
All Differences Vanish When the
Truth is Revealed And We
Have a Large Snrpius.
During  the present session of
Hie    Legislative   Assembly   ul
Hi    mIi , 'olumbla, there has heen
n great denl ol criticism rogard
inc  ih" ael um- ol ih" ministry,
Iiu    i   ilils has I ii over ;. lew
minor points and  raised  largely
io, iiu purpose oi showing that
ihero wa- a sllghl semblnuoe of
an opposition, bul when the bud
l"-i speech was presented by the
I'm;    Minister,    Hun. dipt.
Tallow, ali differences vanished
and there was no opposition in
'You havo called ibis (lovern llm House Even the Nelson
Dllilj N'ews . '.noin,nlut.-s the
government on tho efficiency of
il,"    officials,    ii-    progressive
iii,, lh,i,-" iu ihoderlsion oi iiu-
crowded galleries, whose stilled
laughter ui thncruol loiiguc lush
Ing wus plainly audible.
menl theureafuresof ill", . P. |{,
he thundered, "bul   whui  -hull
wo s.iy ol  the  relationship be
twoen the Liberal party and ihe
measures and ils i.biliiy  to con
Grand Trunk I'ue.il'm Railway?     duel  liuaiu-iul business in a high
Kai Ell Island Investigation,     order
The Kill hill   Island   Drodgin
Xssuciiiiiou completed its labors
ihis morning, with u linal spasm
.1 A, Muedonald (Kosslandi towards ih" Premier's seal on the
Treasury benches were depicted
wilh ii slushing irony and a
wealth of color Unit sont Ihe
House into eestneies of mirth.
The wonderful   naliii I   Mr.
Macilonnld's somersault, whereby li" was posing as n friend of
labour, wa- wittily described,
and the sordid reasons which
prompt",! his sudden change of
[ronl exposed with a merciless
hniiil. Then, leaving the two
crushed lenders, the member for
Nuiiiiimo turned his guns upon
their colleagues on the opposi
lion   benches.
of Messrs ri  F. <:i mi Iv V
Bodwell   ou   the   pun  of ,1, A,
li would bo well for readers to
glance in Ihe slate of affairs
three years ago when the whole
Province was In ll siul" of turmoil.nun mercia I ly capitalists did
not run- to invnsl money because
Maml .Id,    Nothing was elici [of the instability of the govern-
I,.,!  und  ihe Associnti dosed menl, today we hear the address
Us silling indisgusl li is like- which is very gratifying, rellec-
|y ihal two reports will he mud", ting no little,-redi. on the admin
ono u minority reporl |istration   which   in   llie face o
ll hu.- I i plainly nvidn.it lor! "t"'r.Hon.- difflcultiei
of
steadily
lome lime past   that  Hu
aider
of tho Opposition had been using
improving tin* provtticinlVffiuin
cial   condition   and   credit, and
Hie committee in default ol -„ I amidst greal applause from both
curing anv evidence ..gains! Hie »Mos ot the House, Mr Tatlow
Government as ,, moans of se- says that he is happy to be in a
curing evidence in favor of cm- position lo show that the pres-
luiii holders of   South   African e>" stale of affairs is duo  to ox-
scrip,   Tl ommiliee has from pansion ol  ruvenuo caused   by
Hrsl  io lasl  h inbllc .lis- improved industrial conditions.
(grace, and your 'rospoi mis     'l'1'" Government   has  proven
|and aid" s| i-h.   sliiiweil   that
Great Activity in Mining
j Mr. .1 Elliot wenl lo Moose-
jaw Monday to take up work un
his ranch there,
Musdames R. D Mather, and
.1. Walsh of Fort Steele were
Cranbrook visitors on Friday.
llle city Friday, and will remain |
a lew days.
In the course of his speech al
the recent opening of Iho Provincial Legislature, His Honour Ihe
Lieutenant-Governor said regarding mining in tlio Province:
"Vou will be gratified to learn
thut the-mining industry Is showing   signs    of    greal   activity
throughout the Province.    Whilei 	
the  older mining districts are     Mrs' Swiiinerton    who    has
,.,    . .   . ,    spent the pasl lew months ut her
stead ly increasing their output.  ,' '„,       ,   , ,        ,
1       home near Toronto has returned
new   mineral   areas  ure   being to Cranbrook.
opened in the'interior and along 	
the coast, some of which give E A. HIM, .1. A. Goupil, V,
promise ,.f greai mineral wealth. Hesu"linior and M Howe, all of
.,,.,,      . ,     . ,. ,    ,    ■Movie wore ( ruubruuk visitors
With    tli"   reduction   which   is       U     ,
steadily going on iu tho cosl of 	
the treatment of ores, the im j |);lvil| m,,,." wtts doiug busi-
porlat.ee of the milling industry ness al iii" goverunie.il office on
in the provincial o. omlc situ   Thursday in the interest of the
uiion is rapidly  iiioroasing,  nnd | Albortu "il Company.
I nu I contracl wus not the fault of
the railway company, nml warmly denounced us u j>i• •■ -■- of sharp
practice theUpposllion's attempt
Government delivered at the top|come io tho conclusion Ihal   the
Member Kor Cranbrook
Then he proceeded  lo unfold Iln a position lo say lliat,   wl.en|its   ability   to bundle the affairs
^^^^^ to the astonished  House the hit- tho reporl  is brought down on of the Province and  the people
would have removed It. (Laugh-1est  move in  the efforts of the | the floor of the House, Mr. .I. A.  will show their approval of their
ii'i-.i   II" then, mud" u  lengthy ^.a...—^............,—..—^^-.a........—............,^^^^,^,^—
wiih il id of ilie Liberal party I ling thai  is likely  to close his|comes
in Ottawa, lo force from tho prov* career as n public man.    British
inc.' of   lirilish   Columbia Ihal j Columbia   polities   have   mu
lu.nun acres   per mile   which Ihe  been very clean,   bill il has been j
McBride government refused  lo reserved   for   tl nbur   for     Victoria, March II.    Dr. .lames
the big company and their Do   Rossland In bring   Ihein     and H   King, Iho mom ber for Cran
In tiikoadvuningeof a leohnicaii i million agents lasl session. himself     down  to thu  level of brook nml liberal whip, who ha:
ty to repudiate the grant, |    Briefly put, Mr.   Htiwthorntli - [tho gutter, been confined   to   bis   bed   for
Oliver, (Delta) rose up at once wuile's story is this. The Grand     Tho man in the gallery, several days past, is now some-
and made:.,, hour'si ikon the Trunk Pacific, having definitely ,„,„„ „, ,,„ .,r„m.- w'"" ",:'*'''v*'a :""1 ll0l,BS '" be
Lecture at the   bym able to attend to his parliamen
ttiry duties tomorrow.    Dr. King
Mr. H. R. Dawson arrived  in i()|. )|is vojco     Efjs remarks con-j Opposition    in   the   Provincial
According   lo   announcement jjs 0i,„0|'ihe mosl useful members
of tl." house und us official   whip
sisied principally of  reiteration I House, is to weak  nu 'icull.v L^,   w,il|(i|. w   |taor of Nelson „„. , ,„„„,.,   „,„.,
of the time worn accusation that and intellectually,   to tor ill  ^.^ |n |hi,(.ilv  „„  Sutmrlay | ^Ss pl-0vod inviiluablp to htsparty.
Ihe Government was the slave of | the McBride government or oth- d(j|Wo|  lwn llMll, ,„,,„,,,, ■„,  HjJ ^    MmgA   |)o   nm
thoC   P.R.    As there bus notierwise compel  it to yield to tho |h(( Gymmlsilml 01, synduy  and  „ „v„„l„,„. „,   Wh   ,-otuI-n
b t-   for   upwards  of   twenty demands of the b.g railway, bus M<> Large crowds assem-  win h(! warmly welcomed on both
yours.,, single provincial or fed- decided  thut new blood must be [>M o|) (,;l(.h |„.,.Msi„|l „„,, M\   b _    ()() ^  (n
enil    Jfovernra n    Can  infnsed  into   he local Utaralr,! ,„.„„,„„„ tended s,,eaki„g on the budget in
ugalnel   whirl, ihis shocking ac, and   bus   notified   the Ottawa     Ml, Bu0l. 1fi , M,,„„ debfttel. ] r«i-th«r-u^port of the arguments
cusation has not been laid,    It is|government  accordingly.    I hat,|     ,     ..    .......    .........
beginning  lo lose ils   novelty
and llie public are beginning to
require rathur more substantial
largo additions are being ur
delul
Mr    Allu'i-l   Luu.l   of   Moyu
tl npiiul iiivesii'd  in smelting I was badly injured inn  runaway
and   allied   industries."    In llie ueoidenl  on Tuesday,  nnd   was
address of   tho  House  in   reply broughl   lo   tho   hospital hare.
ih,.   follow,mi-    lines   occurred: Tho broken limb is doing well.
"W'e ure gratified  to loam  ihal
the mining Industry  is showing|
,"',.' '!"   """""""S1..-     '""'"land u deep thinker ami   to  hear   .,i,.,,.,,i,   ,!,'.,,,r,.,,ii,. ,,,i,..,„,.„,i i...
obedient  body of patriots   has I,       , , ,    ,  , -    allPaaJ   nequontlj  auvanceUby
therefore decided that Mr. JCvaiis^ll."w,lf,,eCOnn1 hn"   tl,al   ""'   ''eqnirement    ol
t nember forCowichi.il, shull i,1ll"1"y-.. A','"""',":''''     'l'U's"1"1"^'   Kootenay   were   not
language, choice always, logical
oroof   than   wildly shrieked ns- (resign to receive u  government! ' .,■■•■•  ';'."'"'  properly   appreciated    by    the
1 - , .    , .       ,. ,      and over convincing. Un Sunday ,„,,-,.„,,,,,,,„i ,,,  ,i,,, ,t..,.    r,„u..
serlions on tho floor of the Houso job,   nnd   ihe   notorious Riilnh I. ,.       ,, ,.      ,   ' governmenl ol  the day.    Daily
,..,■ ., raB.i.i,ch..ii'n.,..ini,i. - :... | he spoke of revelations ol modern N„v.s
before iI can gel up the  proper ISniith shall'ruu Inhisconstituou-1"
thrill of horror nl  the wicked |cy,   he   being  selected   by the
and weakness and
i|, isunie    potent    ugenc
Accident on Crow Line.
There   was  quite an exciting|SOme thing
li. i theslroel Thursday when
lion of lis ruler-. But .lolui I wrought, such wonders in Sas
Oliver sticks to Ihe old cry. A kiitohewan and Alberta, and, on
ji.il   old-fashioned   is   .lulm.    in luring the House, lake Ihe office
of leadership, ami lead Ibe  pro
in relation to future life,
Only those who were there can
have any conception of tho great
noss of il ffoi'l.    i 'n   Monday
evening his subject was psychic     A serious accidout occurred on
This  ll,e Crow's Nesl branch on  Sat-
t'o
Hll.l    pltcuolmiiiu
loo, was strong and his revelation unlay 'ulng last, a few  miles
dgnsol groat activity ihrough- |t'wo^ b.rgu dogs got'rnio a' scrap
.mi iii" Province, und lliiil while I in u few ininutos n  largo crowd
ibe  older mining   distrlcls are was in view,   Crnubrooli
steadily increasing their output, ways lively,     __ j brook) movoe  i
BBW    mineral   areas   are   being       D ^ ^   „(„„llls:"''"' ,»
opened in the interior and along fjraiibrook  has  1 n  visiled by
the coast, some ol   which give no less than eight diffuronl   par
promise of great mineral wealth, ties seeking assistance in sup-
We asree with the view that with porting orphanages in so purl
.,     s    ,.       ,.,„,,  ,     ,   „,.,„ of the world,   S  have I	
the reduction which  is steadily'
ivi i mi   i,,,, ii,,im I vluoial   Liberals lo triumphant I ',"","" '",. ".'", ,'',   ..  ,        ,,.,'    ,    .
i, non u niiu'i   nu   I'Hi.n. | ^ _ j      |   ,,l the powur oi mind was a mar   east ol  Sirdar.    Ihe  train  was
,,.,..,■„,,,  .,,,.1  .,,iii,i,,  ind .-.. Ivlotory.   Then the Grand Trunk         " '"           .'"."'.' ' ,           .,          ,
puiniiig  ...uipeispiiiiiu.il..             •                                          vol lo m.iny,   Rinritnulism  was moviug along al its regular rate,
sm,,,.ii io- .■..■ii   Ur    k'in.,  i'i    ri.cltle wi I get the r Ifi,(Hit)iieros                                                  ,, ,        ,      , .                .        ,.
sumo., ins sen., in.   111112 ,i mii          ,   .                          ,                exposed, dreams and sleepwalk- when the drivPr saw  from  his
hi (I   moved   the   ailionriiimnil'' lml" 'l-"111 I1 ' Ul'lllsli Coluin   .,,  '    , ,    ,   ,, .,„_.  „.,,,  „   , ,  ,.,.,,,
During the pa-,i   nino months|    ,,. ||n.ls(, u..|s in,nl,.s,e(i|dosires anything will only hav
going on in the cosi or treatment
of ores, the importance of tho
mining industry is rapidly in
creasing,"
and amused, uud turned th" mu
Hon down bj u vole of 20 to 18.
Brown (I Irooiiwood supoortud
Henderson's    uineiidmo.it,    and
genuine some not.    Would il no', ,      1](m| ,„       ls ,,
lie well for the public lo wake ip '        ,,,.,, , ,
and henceforth give i loney lo Ho nd  neilhor lo the general
any such collectors, ill whatever understanding ol   the case,   nor
line it may be, unless such  per j to the ainuseuieiit of hisaudioi.ee
dionri ini'iii j" """'  i """"" Ul "   iiijn  explained  ami  Hie various cub a  huge amount of rock fall
lb ",lal,v ""'"' l)ul'sn"  "'"' work.i,es of  the   mind clearly upon the truck,    He did all pos
presented.    Mr    Ha.tr  will be a Bible  to stop the train  bul  was
welcome visitor to Ihe city   ut too close.    He warned  the tire
uny tiniu, man. Joe. Alexander, and at the
li. wns a   lovely   scheme   the ,: time jumped, and was safe,
ember  for  N'unaimo sketched     Mr. 0, S, Nicholson, former I but the fireman had not sufficient
l to conic and gol it      and moru il
wmi Is il.
.ns ni" sanctioned by the May-
.it- or Chief of Poli.
ll  is well ,
As Uu-  lirsl   night  sitting of
.,ni  -un  iho i inuusiii.ni s-ii -I...11 Iv of the Sash a id Door factory,  ,,               ,       .            .          ,
oui, uun im    ippusinon s.u spell .'                                                        'Iliinc and  when   the   eng lie  and
,         ,,.         ,,   -         . but   who    ins   lal.'lv di-|ios"d ot
1 1'"hear thoir eas ern .-   hi., ,„„.,,.sl, ,,„„,,  |,,-,'f,,,. „„, lour  cars   r .1   over   ho was
tor's most socrel plans thus rude- 0|lS|   ,,„   'p1I0sdny'.s  train,    Mr.  pinned fast to tho ground, After
ly revealed     Bul Evans of Cow   Nicholson lias I n vnrj popular si ti the body was roleusod
ichau rose and, in u voice broken I In town,  and  a large inunber of ana |„., ,,,„!,, ,,, Crnnbrookon the
.... ... -.,,,.-1 i., i ■    ,, ,........                           ,     .    ,. un ,,   I,  mi im,    "•,,•,, ti,.,  -.,,,,.■ -, friends authored ut  iln- stut iun i                 .          ,,,,
to guard  the   inloresls  of   the *•"»*«• was due lor 8.80, the b    omoli n,   gavo th,   slo,    .,   r        » passenger Ir I ventcasl
straight denial,     I,     "1G the rmure rnsldo near Hamilton, " K'oom over the city    Ho was
l»""' gentle it justice, ho wns Ontario.                                       a brighl  ae.llvo young man, his
probably perfectly sincere; as a j parents ami friends live in Sen.
mure   pawn   in   the  gnine,   ho ,). .lohnson ot  Ferine  was  hi I inncl.   The sad news was wired
iii" debate In I'1 !"' allowed  lo knov   but tho city Monday,                         | to Medicine Hal and the Caledo
Well DeBorvo.1 Praise. m u[i>ini  , „.,,.,,,  ,„   ,,„.,
Speaker saw six o clock  when
i  i ,i„ I 11| leuiber lor I Ireenwood sat
Cranbrook had a lire r inly.1 . —-     '       "'"
,      ,,. i,,.,,,.,,!,..     A serosof baskel ball  games C(nv„  ,„„     ,e House adjourned
'"" ' '•",l"'""1' hl.w " ""  '" '•"«"    is being ved in ihi-'ivninn-iiim |  .      ,,;,.,„...
and on ll ccusion the "bQI'a which Is proving verj attractive |    ~ ,
ucquillcd ihoinsolvesso well that |Tho juniors are playing with tl
Re
al
,■"..-' '. .""''ih      h'iv    was ul   " laken up bv .1   II I llttlo of the plans on fool,    And                         nian Sooioty of which ho was a
'!'" 1^1,^.31.^^  ■uihu'uit-.Na, u.i.who tl rforN, hnosoo, I      N     ison ,,.   Was,,    w Lembor sent a n  here to look
damngowascoiiiiiieiiioi nun    .                                     i                                                                                          until he Cranbrook Monday on business. after the remains of tl ■ fellow
luzi'dumi His r"port"'l Ihal  Mr,   I; ""son                       .   , ,               kfifi
wi   purchase an automobile, and f                          \
 ,  ron a twice u week stage lino be to Medicine Ha. Monday  whore
praise on the brigade and supple-1 Come arouid Sa\Trday night,    | to ou ..ho floor of the House,   He]    tt may be remarked here thai tween Wasa aud Cranbrook. the funeral will take place,
da,,,,,.," was „i, ., build I Men successful,    The tire, wasa Hawthori,lhw,i,le(iN,,m ,wl,o ll mbe, ,o, n.  no
-    ,,....    ,,,.   ,.,,    ,„„   draw, and   the secud - tu.', iii ;     l(„   r„r  „„ h.mr ;  : !him  with .pilot  words
log hi which Hie  b.oko out. favoro|,|ho|a(li(,H    A„ol,herse       ,       ,    , „■ ,,„. „losl , ,ilnl(  |nUl hi- , , di
The Cranbrook  people showed L,OT ,B M      arranged between '2'         ohoB ovor luionnd hewlldniwl.
their appreciation by showering | different senior teums of tl Ity |maii...o..    I      ' THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B C, MARCH 1". I-1'1'-
L CLAI'l'
W   ROLLINS
rtli Hole
«ir ycMtMctor. ::zr7z::::;:::z EMPLOYMENT'
AGENCY
unmnmnuH
l.s'lAUl. IS. 11:11    la*
A. B. Grace,
PUUt.IBUEH   ani.   EDlTOli,
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C.
the masses and stirring thom i
jealousy, envy and hatred, pas
si.uis which novo.' ret gave eon,
fort, bui ael a- tormentors to the
breast tlml harbor thom Such
®l)C  WVO&PZCkOV.    Me ,h"  l"r,,"s """ "roforevet
  battling against domestic peace.
SATURDAY,  ,i Ul, ll 10, 190.1
ll will pay  those who ure
looking for work to cull aud
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Comfortable Bedrooms
lirst Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TI.MKK
Ss^SSSciSSR^
1 Central
Hotel
♦   Mary
(]n The leading Rotei ui m»- .-i   .'..... -   . ».i«,i      ,,
!]»    Nice airy rooms, newly furnished     Table as good    wi
[ro    as uny in Kootenay. <h
ROBtKT JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦   Marysville, B.C.   ♦ -*
l'h,, leading Hotel ol the St.  Mary's  Va
GOOD   SAM PL
XSci5:«^5XK:S».^s:^.-
...
prairie, i  m .. thousands ,,i
acres,    north, asl he   eitj
cliielh  '.i     i    e ft,   itoel, I'uisil
dairying and other k mired insti
lutions    Thei    I •      uai   tables
ol  bench  lands extending  buck
to the luteins    co\ orod   » it
forests ol pine, lit and lamtu ick
■I iu these bench lands the soil  is
gooi       ,vitl      pi, n' \     ol    waler,
plant. ut i a nfa11   and no
tion i- needed    . In man. ol the
benches   there    -  '.pots   where
iln"-   a bul    tile or  no l i bi
. ,    , where it is eas        eared     Rich
At tin-I"""" ' t  ■■•"' itmi.'l„l.-v-- ,'|"  ;J,   nw
.inches,
.-j.   _      .        , iug . for
is, -,,,■ ■ alleys, and
■   -' ... ...    .,..,- are t.
j be found  splend       i aiing aud
-
it   -
lust   ous ge
nes    • ■   ind lo ■ agage
igricull   -a cultu  ,   uid
stoi ., ra - .._       :■-   '-   ou   anj
scab     The     ties     the d -; rici
and lu,:::„" ; .. lips    .  •' ll.-ll .1
constu.il | en - g mai rel fo'
ii ds   of   ''iim-li     produce.
There is i n in I j.:- district for
thousands ol settlers, and now is
iln- time io gel iu and take up
Ian
C_                                                         Tlii- world is a   lleotiug  sho.\
* RANBROOK is Uu. prinoi ,        ■,,
s ' i,.tut precious l".\ ol us ure   w il,        .,
oa!   City    iu    Southeast .       ' ,,
1 nu: io go out I." ween acts
Kootenay wnl. a  population  ol ...
ovor 8,5.Ul,  It is the commercial.      Don't judge a man in .he way
banking, and social center of the |„, ,,llU,     n,, lmlJ  n„ „ i,ur
Kootenay valley.   Is.. divisional
point on ihe. row- N,,-n branch
of ih" t'anndlan Pacific KVnU.i.
Th" surface oul  ehai act.ei   ol
th" country trlbutatj   i" ('ran
brook    are   agree "'.    vai
Iteoinnliiai    with    Ihe
Jim   McArthur
secure you a job ami I
also in \,,u nul ll
Some men spoil n ' real deal
of i\ ■... I by blowing nboul i hem
selves
mil,, uboul   .lii-ii   blow
ui' Hi,".! 0WI1 horn- i-  llllll lh.',.
i ihe richi tunc
Clothes, Sliocs,
Hats, I'I.'.
Jim M(iflrt>liiir
Hanson  \vc   i 'i; VNiutooK, l> '
FOUND
me
UN BAKER ST.. (INK II.am WEST ul'
Ull.l. .t  CO.    The .inly plum in lown
.   iimi win inuki' III., wort), tho living.
E. H. SMALL, Manager
-i-•-•■'•-.♦■.•-«--«.^-•-.•-■*..»-.•»-*■'•-»-
CAUSES of FIRE
llu , of ri res are caused  by   Kei ne,     -i     h.
, iisollne, hi by Electricity while onlj . nf r
is caused by Acetylene. Though Ihere arc now
I'   ,.  Million  people  us   -j   Acetylene   I/is<ht   iu
America  there  have 01:1.  I  foui ti ■es fron. ::
in one year agi lust sisi 5 fires tr 1 n K irosene
ana 1 iasolinc There Inn e also been IH I Fires
iron: Blei trioity. iV'T tiros from City Gas, and uiu
from Candles. besides these there have boon 2tl
Pi res from the Sun's ra,-.    Hut.    only four ['"ires
PftTMORE, BROS. Tlnxis
Am handling the Highest Grade Acetylene Generators in
America. The) nre simple, Sin" nnd Snfe, The Best Light
In the World.
>.«% 9 4 9 :♦ 9 4 <■ 4 9 4   ♦ «♦»♦«♦.« ♦ » ♦ » ♦
1B. H, SHORT &
LOOK!   LOOK!!
90S Wa Paper
0.!
1
9
1°,
s
6
JUST   AHUIVKU
Best In Quality
Most Artistic lu Design
Lowest In Price
r.lllllrrs.     rupelll.lllju-l's   mill    I )i-riil;iliU-
Sign Painting a Specialty
P.O. BOX HII     ARMSTRONG AVENUE    PHONE Ul
,»•**'      .',,»..      .♦*»»*+«*|.K.a>|||
„COHN
titer of 7
|!"!l"l       loin1      foi'     lotll     own J
fn   i- ,! oi vou,- neighbors I
• • • { Tailor    itnpo
, '''■"" :■""' «"«  -'leiicin !       , iin, woolens,
[Ul e\ "I VOUr   -             ,    si roe.  Ill" j                                                                   J
d i-i    ■ ll.\ -ii" lie ladies 111 oil „ ,,    .                       *
.,       .   1    nil     II.i      u'luslriniu Avu   a,
complain.n^  ol   the heat.    Mei ■.                                                 {
piny I'u-" hull, ami uverj sijju is »***««»««»**»*******»***i|.i
iliai -pi iiiji 1- hero
CRANBROOK  f\E RIE 96 • '■      f
F.   O.   E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
F.  O.  E. Mrs. Hlslop ""HMfloWB
ay, Oats,Wheat,Feed
We have this wei'k unloaded a ear of each Itind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST MICES THE VERY LOWEST
SPECIAL I'iiu'k k.iu Ton Loth, Call and see us bofor.
buying olsowhoro,    Wo also carry a stock of
CARNEFA'S STOCK AND POULTRY FOOD
Harris Bros.
j   . a.„»,<-a-a.
Special all.uu inn to touch,
tuuhnique,   phrasing   uiul
rtro .,... i'oi'.tiii j   tnvitL'il       gradlnjj; of studies.
1    lioss T .11.. VV. I'i-,,-iu,'i.i If
\. \\. Black, Secy.      l''or luirtii'uliir-iiut'ly lu (.'. E, Reid A
•«•* •^••^«.>^««^«^*JW9«9«»»>S«*»»*!N^.>S*?.>*^»^*
11.. l'lu- linmui-i-
.," ,  I...,, 1 '>,.,..,,.«.....*■,.
I Rock) Mountain Clr.tptei § POR A FIKST-GL.ftSS TURNOUT
'     IHANDLEY'S
!        " I - - _ 1 :ii' u.iv'.iiujs:    Suit l'uos-    I r    ...pr-a,
!    day    III    L'lll'll    lli.Mil 1:    III   eik'ht    |j| I     I   V   P  K Y
NO.   Ii'i.   K.  A. M,
CKANUKOOK, 11. ".
■-, : i.lli^    I 01
■ ,i-i. i:.i I v invito I.
M. Hcuitov, a.'i'lbo K.
'1'KAMS ami DRIVERS
Puriiished for any point in the
S . nt......... in...........i.i M«i.j..i..a...tv^-
s dislriet.
L.1UI
o'♦ 9 ♦: 9 4:9 >• 9,4' > © ♦:»'♦:» ♦: ■> ♦:« ♦,» ♦
„    Wholesale ,r
:igar
Tin i o is a Uispositioii on the
purl of a few so called independents, to take ii tor granted
iimi there is dissension in the
city council, growing out of tbe
appointment ol a police and
license commissioner, it "'ill
not do lo count on any such statements, for ih" council and up-
pointive powers have an harmonious understanding in this niui-
ler.
■::-     .:     •:<■
Can you think of anything that
would hring'inucli greater joy to
the 'Czar'' und those - so-
called independents than to be
able to convince the people of
Granbrook that there was dissension in the city council.
The council have placed themselves on record, in committee,
and in the council chumber, by
speeches and by votes, so clearly
that the lasl chance for indepen-
,l"ii! slurs and slander have banished,   and  th" opposition will
[ever regrol thai it called the
attention of the public to these
' mutters.
AND
a     )
A, C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter
r. LEBEL i CO., Ha> and Cjain.
ANCIENT ORDER, FORESTERS! J. M, DERP\
Boot'Siioe Maker
| Royal   Hotel
o
Y
A
le
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those  who are  woury  and thirsty,  drop in, and
Alex will do tbe rest.
ALBX McCOOL     Prop.
Court Cranbrook 8943
UKKTS   '.'Nil    AND    rill   TI'CSIUV
IN PATMORK'S HALL
,'isltlny   l.rotl,
C.
-nt   I'nnliiill.    iitvili il I
l'„.   .1. UoCOWAN.
Si-i-l-i-llu-.,   .1. SIMS,
Professional.
HARVEY 4 McCARTBR
HARR1STEHS ANO SOLICITOUS
UltANUllOOL,      -      ll.C.
All Work liiinniiiiis'il
Niw Work Mail.- to Mouauro
Armstrong Ave.   ?^S°, „,„,,,
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Gl'ailbl'OOk ■       British Columbia
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOUCITOK
und NOTARY I't'liUr.
Cranbroolc, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
-"^ai   UAUKISTBI! ,t Snl.li'l'l'nlt
~.y*f   NOTARY CCI1I.IC
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
THOMAS   MeVITTlE
Cvun'orools., B.C.
As '.in' spring approaches the
tireless   prospector    is   looking iii'iinbrnok, n.c
ovei   ni' traps,   pulling them in
. ..mi ,',,nn,iimi fiir iiie summer's!
,,   ,, and .ii ii few weeks lie will |
be trudging over lh mntniusj    F>,L,.S.   <S  C . 12 .
i   - 'iir, 1, of in',, .nun's.
Port Steele B.C,
Important   developments  will;
Si.   Mary s nisi rict
his si           ill because iiu- own
. : -  ,     ■ he  M\ slery   miiio   will
coininei cc  I In- construction nl u
wagon road, uiul   install u   largo
ii moun    ' mining hinery.
I DR. E, W, CONNOLLY I
»••*••
c. c. c.
GaiQiiry Game Go.
Freeh and Salted Muata
Kish an'l Fotiltry in ynison
Orders by mail will receive prompt ami careful u ttentlon
Order by Phone *r>
I iiere are   persons
coniinunil .  who i.re   ev
JGranDrooK
j  n Livery
{ OEAIIY 1 DOYLE, CHOP'S
Teams uiul drivers lurnisl
■ii  for any   point in tho di.
[ti-ii-t
{     Plnj.sir.ian and Suroeon
? OI'M'HOE AUMSTUONO  111:
■i IIOL'USl   ll tu II 11.111.   - I" I p.m
I 7 to 8 p.m.
i I'huna .uli,'" in;,    U.-hiiii-  Im
II     I'Vei'V    •a-a-a^a-a-.a.-a-a-a-a. a..a-a..a-^-a-a..a....,e™a-•■
■ i- ready
ilie Illinois Central
,...-•..•-•-••'    Miiiutiuii- iiiuiM-i'lli-il aorvic   Iron,
hi,, iviwl i,,i ii.i mul -.iiuili. Milking
ulnar i-ni i-tinnn .villi   tniln«   ul  nl!
|j',.ii i-niuiiirnuil Ilium,  iimanngera nre
i;l.vn III, i,' i-l,ul I rillllllH l,,l'lii,-n;!ii.
laOlllHVllli!, Mnrnpllla unil N'"H Ol'k'ttllh,
uu,! ilii'Mii-1, il |,niiii- iii il,.- far mul
I't-UHpi'.'llv.i Iriivdliirfl .l.-i-iriny Infor-
II,.ill,in ;i . In Iln- Inu'i-s!   ntli-i   llllll    l»'-l
i-i,hi,", iin- in.ii,>'I n i'roH|K)iulonco
iviLli ih,- Inlluwhig roproHOitUitlvoH.
tl. It.  i IM'.UUrl.l,. I'ninllinl'.-illl AlT'-nl
I r: Third St., Portland, 0." igim.
.1. i'. I.INBHKV, T.I'1, ,v I'.A.
112 Third si.. Portland, Orogun,
r li. Thompson, p. a-p.a.. Room
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific   Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. HEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Pi.la.-e nnd Tourist
Sluopers, Bulfutt
Library Cura. Moifnrn
Day Cont-l.es.
Dining Curs,
MF.ALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
2 FAST  TRAINS ra
CAST ANl. WKST DAILY   *£.
For full  pui-iimiliii-a, rules,   folder,
i-tii., ,-iill nn or uddroaa.
S.ll, i'KKKF.S, n.w.i'.,i..
Soattlo, Wash.
V,  \\.   M.lirOXKV, CI'.  ,v  'I'.A..
Bpokiiiiu.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
fjl Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection %
Nearest lo railroad depot.    Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Cranbrook.
Smot and Cold Baths
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    \
Proprietors,
S328KS:!S!2?3SS;!'i
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
,,     , i •(,        When you want  n   aoocl
Headquarters lor mining   »? ' ,
,   ,,   . * place to stop come to the
men and old timers. a \.    .   ,
"• Manitoba.
D. A. McDONALD. Manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
,.*..a..a„«-a..«-.a»«'
A. DOYt.E. MnimiTi'i
►.^.-...►♦♦•.■^.i ll, t nlmiiii Bl.tir.. Sciillli!, Waul.
I LEASK & HENDERSON 1
ST
tr
£
m—-
1
""" FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
— Always Up-to-Date — 2
£;-' Granbrook.
7uuitUiuuuuiiuuihu»iuiuuiaaiiuaiiuuutuiiiauu^
B.C.^
ADVERTISE
IM
TIE PROSPECTOR THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, ll »'., MARCH 10, 19M
SMPl£
•She Uttwpectov
SATURDAY, MAKCH lu. IWH1.
SILENT Oruitsfkmiww.
Purchase   Price  13.00 a Month
Allowance Hade For Old Maohine
-   SEE   -
Arnold & Roberts
EASTER
WILL SOON HE HERE
A NICE PHOTO
The kind we make
will be the most acceptable Baster Gift
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
Happy at Last
Her HmbaDd ■• longer gett InMileaiMl—
iunarte Taiieleii Kenedy Cared Ulaau
Ibis lady uyi: " Kor tbe fim M
singe I have beea suiried I can
be hnj-py and content—tav hu»-
ban.l u cured ol* bi* bad habit
of drinking,   StwalaKntbt
ago you lent id* a free temple
of youi timed? at aty re-
qaett, and without ny hu*-
band'i knowledge I gave It
to him in hitt tea and food.
1 then got a full treatment
ud gave it regularly.   It w
wiindetful, and 1 cannot niffic-
iently thank you for the bleated
change it ha*  brought te ay
ulan, it-stimuli:
ami price scut in plain seali-d envelope,   Coi
respondence sacredly confidential.  Xddrem
THU  SAMAKIA  REMEDY  CO.. 02   joidaii
Chambers, Jordan SU, Toronto, Canada.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Daily   Tourist   Sleeper
Service
Effective January 1st.
WEST PROM  KEVEL8TOKE
—TO—
Seattle and Vancouver
EAST FROM DUN MORE JCT.
—TO—
Toronto
Sun., Tubs., Wed. and Fri.
Montreal
Mondays and Tuesdays.
Boston
Saturdays.
St. Paul
Daily.
Standard Sleeper
VANCOUVER  TRAIN
8Ioch.ii Koutu.
For detailed information first-
class or tourist sleeper reservations apply to loeal agents or
write
.1. S. CARTER, I). P. A.,
Nelson, 15. C.
SHORT LINE
BETWEEN
S'PAUt" CHICAGO
lOWArtfKHiaGO
iKfeaiCilrCfflCA&O
Your jHienitinii l» nailed to tlio
"t'lontjin- Limited" tralua ol the "Milwaukee * St Paul Railway." "Thi. only
ported tnilnn In Iho world."
You will Had It dOBli-able to ride on
ihcwo trutiia wlion (folnu to nay point In
the Eiwtern Stilton or Canada. They
oonno.it with .ill TrauaooutlneuniJ
Train* and all Tl.-kd Aironl* soil
ttek.it*.
Cor lurth.ii- luformatlon, puu.phloU,
ote, »»k uny Tloket Agont or
U. h. FOK1), H. S, ROWI5,
Pass. Agont, tloneral Agoot,
SPOKANB, PORTLAND
LOCAL NEWS.
The annual assembly ot Sol
kirk Preceptory and Priory will
be held in Masonic Temple on
Momlay evening March 1". All
sojourning Fruters ure cordially
Invited to attend.
Leask .V Co. this week eominn-
ee.1 llu. construction ol a two
storey building, lor II. Haines,
on the corner of Harold street
antl Cranbrook Avenue.
Mr. F. 0. Malpns, Manager of
the local branch of the Hunk of
Commerce, and family returned
homu ou Tuesday after a three
mouths holiday in ihe Old Land.
Mr. Malpas visited several
countries iu Europe and reports
having an excellent trip. He
and the family look well and
their many friends are pleased
to seo them in the city once
morn.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dickson
aud family of Kimberley arrived
in town on Wednesday. Mr.
Dickson left on Friday for Alberta where he hus taken a position
with the Staples Lumber Co.
Coming to tbe Front.
East Kootenay is certainly
going ahead. We are told that
Wost Kootenay is complaining
of dull times, and as an instance.
wo learn that the C. P. R. sells
more tiek'ets at Creston than at
Rossland, which is one of the
leading cities of that district.
Everything promises well for
this pari of the country this
year. Better railway service to
Kimberley would improve that
valley very much When the
Kootenay Central comes into
Cnmbrook we will then expect
better things for our friends at
Marysville.
Ruler. For Longevity.
Mark Twain gives some rules
for longevity. He says be regular about going to bed and getting
up. Go to bed when there's no
one left to sit up with, and get up
when you have to In t he matter
of diet, sti.'k to what doesn't
agree with you, until one or Ihe
other gels the best of you.
Never smoke more than one cigar
at a time, and never smoke while
asleep. Never take any exercise
except sleeping or resting.
When others drink help them or
otherwise remain dry. Be moral
but, morals are an acquirement
like music, poker and paralysis.
No man is born with them.
Advertising the Sermon.
The zeal of Detroit pastors is
ever finding new channels for
working out the salvation of man.
They have realized during the
revival which lias come suddenly
upon the city that they mustcom-
pete with worldly attractions, and
must go out in the highways and
hedges to compel them to come
in, And one of the most striking and most practical means of
J. Edgar Davis
M   Bricklayer  A
•"■Contractor w
1'IIONK 115
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Firoplaco Work a Specially. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will Uoootvo Prompt Attention.
NOTICE.
Take notloo that thirty days after
.l.»t< I, the undersigned, intend to upply
to the ClilnfComm.Bfltonnrof I.inula am!
Worki. at Victoria, B.C., tor t. special
licence to out and oarry uwny ttmhor
from tho following described lunds in
Kast Kootenay. Commencing at u post,
planted at, the north west eorner of Lot
:.:lf, and running IHO ehaina south. 40
ehaiUH west, 100 chains north, and 40
ehaius east to plaoe of commencement,
containing 640 aero- more or less.
Dated March 1st, 190.1.
10 David Breokeurldgo
NOTICE
'fake uotlce that thirty .lays after
date I, the undersigned, Intoud toapply
U. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works at Victoria,
B.C., for a special lloenoe to cut and
oarry sway timber from the following
dosnrlbod lauds in EiiHt Kootenay.
Conuueuoiog at a post planted at the
north w.-st-cornel of Lot .'WC. and running SI) chains w.-st. 41) ehains north, HO
ehains east. 4u rlu.ins north, 10 chains
east, Hi) ehains south and 40 chains west
to place ui cuininunocniont, containing
041) acres, more or less.
Dated March 1st. 19011.
10 Uu vie Breckeeridge
attracting men is the gospel bill
board. Si. useful Is this idea
lhat ihe First Baptist, Cuss
avenue and Bagg street, one ef
the most sedale  uf   the   uptown
centers, on the serene summit of
Piety hill, has n many-colored
cotton sign,   now every   week,
advertising (noi merely announcing)  the   Sunday   evening   discourse of Kev. Ur. Allen Hodeii,
Al the from and the end  ol   llie
Central Presbyterian church, the
ancient stronghuld of oonserva '
tism, hot hit. doctrine and met hod,
a billboard is set  up, und  every
week new bills are  (lasted   uiiou |
it to tell tha next Sunday even i
ing     discourse     by    the   Rev,
MarcusSoott.—Detroit Journal.
in Germany an average of
3,000 persons are convicted an
uually for adulterating articles
of food.
PUBLIC s.vl.K OF VAI.I.'AIII.K   '
PROPERTY.
TAKE NOTICE that on Monday tho
IStll day of March, 1906, in ihe item- o(
otovoti o'clock  in On- forenoon, there
will lu- ottered at public sale ut the!
Townsite Olltoo in tin- iii.  ol Cranbrook the following valuable property, i
bolog h'ls numbered 10,  17 and IK iu
I ..lock  42,  rmnln-iiok.   acoordiug    io
i Roflstorod plan .109.
i   on siij.l property is.. good dwelling
house containing all modern Improve*
ilnents unil completely lurnishod.
Km- terms nml conditions of sale apply
I tn
HARVEY i MeCARTER   I
Solicit.u-a. Cranbrook
Datod February nth, luon. K
W. CRAIG
NOTIOE.
Notice la herebj given ttjat thirty
daya after date 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Cotnniltttioner ol Lands, Victoria
for ;i upset**) Uoonee to rut ami ^urry
away timber rrom the following de-
sflrlbod land near Latvia Creole In South
Raal Kootenay district;
t. Cotcraenclng is.ifi .'iiiiiiis north
Of tho smith east conn?.* of l.ot 131, G. I
thonoe SO ohalu* north, theauu so
(.•Imiiii* ':;i«t. theuce 80 chains  south.
IMPORTANT   NOTICE !
plao
of i*om-
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date wo Intend to!
apply tu the Chief Commissioner of
Lands auJ Works for a special license
to eut and carry awuy timlier from the
following desorlbed lands in Southeast
Kooteuay, B.C.
1. Commencing at a post planted |
close to the mouth of Cariboo Creek,
betwefui Cariboo and Skunkimi Chuck
river, theueti south l-'O eiiuius, thence
went 40 ohalns, thonoo north UK) chains
theuce eust 40 chains, thence south 4<n
chains to plaoe of beglnulng, containing i)40 acres,
1\ Jensen, Locator
Dated thia *J8th day or February, 1000
2. Commencing at a post plauted
northeast corner of P. Jensens timber
limit, thenoe south 160 ohalns, thence
west 40 chains, thenoe north 100 ohalns
thence eust 40 ehaius to place of beginning containing U40 acres.
P, Pearson. Luuator
Dated this U8th day of February, 1000
:i Commenoing at a posl planted 20
chains south of the nortli west corner
of P. Pearsons timber limit, thenoe
south Hi) ehains. thenee wesl HO .'imiiis.
thence north 80 ohains, thonoe east ho
chaiue to plaee of beginning containing
040 acres,
I'.. Luudin, Locator
Dated this 28th day of February, 1000
4. Commencing at a post planted at
the north west eorner nf B. Lundin's
timber limit, thenee smith HI) ehaius,
thence west Hi) ehains, theuce north 80
chains, thence oust 80 chains to plaee
of beginning containing 040 aoros.
Mrs. li. Lundin, Locator
Dated this 28th day of February, 1000
5. Commencing at u post planted
about 2i.i chains south of thu north east
corner of Mrs. Lundin's timlier limit,
thence south HO ehaius. theuoo west 80
chains, thence north HO ehains, thenoe
east 80 chains to plaee of beginning
containing 040 acres.
10 P. Pearson, Locator
Dated this 28th -iay of February. 1000
MASONRY
Sii-i.ni Boiler, and l-'uriiitce Work a
Spoolulty,
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Appliea
tion.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
DRAYING	
We liavo been in tlio business
for several years, we have the
bust equipment in B.C. und we
guarantee satisfaction,
flboot thai Piano
Wo are the authorised agonts
for the removal of Mason St Kisch
Pianos, wfe can do the work without risk. Also Household Pur-
nature.
PERRY k FITZGERALD
Proprietors or the
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
OfllCO opposite
C.P.R. Depot. Phone OS.
thene*- 80 eain- w
monooment.
Datod Hth Februaryi IWHl.
2. Commonelng in chains north of
the north OHSt eorner of Pro*omptlon
No. HIT and bolng 1.36 ehains on.it of
and ji ehains north of tha north oast
corner of Lot B573 ti. 1. thence soulh 80
chains, thenee east HO chains, theuce
north 80 ehaius, thenee WMt Sit ehains
to point of commem-eioent,
Dated Hth February. 1900.
it, Commotio]ny at the i.nri.uvnt
corner of .\. Rookot1 tin.Ihu- licence,
thonoe *i chains south, thonee 10
chains west, thouce W ohalns south,
theuce   SO   chiiliis   8ttHt,     thenee    120
chains north, thonee 40 ehuin- wont  to
placo of hefriiinlm.'.
Dated ayth January, 1900,
8 O. M. RDWAKD8.
JAMES GREER
[contractor
and BUILDER.
B3TIMATB.S VUHNISlUfil) ON ALL WORK
JOimiNO   PROMPTLY KXECOTKI).
I louses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
1,IMK AND SlUNtiLKS VX>H SALK
Telephoue 82.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby g:lvoo that thirty
days after date I intend lo apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works, and to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works for the district of East Kootenay for a License to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following described lunds; situated
about one half mile south of Akamina
Creek, Block 4593, Southeast Kootonay
Commencing at a post planted about
one half tulle south of Akamina creek
south of the South Kootenay Pass Trail
Being south of and adjoining the M. D.
Shea location, Being Peter Godfrey's
northwest corner post, thence south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, tlience
north 80 ehaius, thenee west 81) chains
to the plaee of begiuuiug. containing
040 acres more or less.
Located Feb. 15th, 1900.
Peter Godfrey, Locator
2. Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I Intend to apply to tlio
Chief Commissioner of Lunds and
Works, and to the .Assistant Commlsslonor of Lunds anil Work* for the district of Kast Kootonay (or a License to
prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following describod lauds, situated on
the South Pork of Akamina ereek.
about two miles south of the Soni.li
Kootonay Puss Trail, being south of
and adjoining the Peter Godfrey location In Blook 4603 Southeast Kootenay,
being William 11. Odoll's north wosl
corner post, ihenee south -SO ehulns.
thenee east 80 ehaius. ihenee north 80
ehains. theuce west 80 chuins to the
place of beginning, containing 040 acroH
more or loss.
William 11. Odell, Locator
Peter Godfrey. Agont
Located Peb. 15th. IHIlfi.
Notice is hereby given thut thirty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands uud
Works, und to the Assistant Commlsslonor of Lands and Works for the district of Kast Kootenay for » License to
prospect for Coal and Petroloum on the
following describod lands situated about
three mihw south ol thr South Kooienay Pass Trail. (Hock IRM Southeast
Kootenay,
Commonelng »t a post planted south of
and adjoining William U. OdulPs location, being Kmma Godfroy's northwest
eorner post, theuce south 8(1 chain*,
thonoo nast 80 chains, thonoe north 80
ehains, thonco west rtu chains to the
place of beginning, containing 040
acres moro or less,
Emma Godfrey. Locator
Peter Godfroy, Agent
Located Peb. J5th, 1000. lo
**# PETE'S ••*
BARBER SHOP
H.i« opunud Uu.- host shup hi
Cranbrook, und suaranUws
silUsfuctlon    in    Shaving.
Mail-funing;. Qtc.
I
Next dour to A. C. Bowness
I oil Cranbrool: Street.
Vo"soTffl"80     P. t Leithauser
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter *& Builder
*
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  tewis St
NOTICE.
Notiuo ia horoby o;\\  that thirty
iLivk iil'tt't- date 1 Intend to apply to tho
Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special lloenoe
j in cm and oarry away tlmbor from iho
following;desorlbed tandsinSouth Ka*t
Kootonay, eommonnliiK at,» poat plant-
oil on the South wesl fork of Irishman
Ureok about tl " founhs milo west of
[the B.C. Siiiithi.in railway, tlionoo west
ulghty ohalns, thonoo north .-iiihty
ohalns, thonoo uasl ulghty chains,
thenoe south nighty ohains to plaoo of
1 oommonoomont.
j    Datod b'obruary 22nd, 1HWI,
j   8 KUWAl'.li I.ITTI.K. [.orator
| gj Cline   f
Of the old Msnttobs Hnrlxjr sin/|i
fun now tie found In tlm
MANITOBA flo'j'KI,
flrsi ('his* Work iu all branch'
of the
L
Tonsorlal Art
!Se**S96S696S6SC9696!
j & Four Year Conrses
hi Mining, Clirtnicnl. Civil.
MdrtmnlCflt nml Klrctilcil
Kflglnwrlni,
Mineritlogy nnd Oeolo**]*,
uioK'xy und Public Health*
Write for calendar lo
The S-rmaiy,
Bcliuol of Miuim
Nonoa.
Notice U hereby (flvon that the
Crawford Buy and St. Mary'a Kail wuy
Company will apply to the Parliament
of Cunada at the next Session thereof.
for an Act authorising tin* Company to
construct and operate in extension of
itrt uinlertakin!> alrendy authorlxed, a
continuation of itn railway from thu
present Kantern terminus at or near
Fort Steole, in tho Province of British
Columbia, easterly by tho most convenient and feasible route to I*etli-
bridgOi in the Province of Alberta., and
extending tho times within whieh the
Company may oonstntot and complete
the railways and works, which it has
boon already authoriwd to construct.
Dated at Ottawa, this 8t.h day nf February, 1DW.
A. B.T.CAHp^,
s Solicitor for Applicant,
CITY OF CRANBROOK
Notice is horoby given thul the sn*
mini sitting of the Conn, of Revision
for the purpose of hearing all com*
plaints against the Assessment nf the
City of Cnmbrook. B.C. will >*' held
in the Council Chamber in tiie natd
City of Oranbrook ou tbo 5th day of
March, A.D. lf*W. at the hour of 10:30
A.M.
Dated at Cranbrook, B.C., this u'-tth
duy nf January* t*H*».
c, H. PUKST.
^ City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Sotlcft Is L*.ftM»y n-ivf'd tlmt itOilayti frwui ilul^
I intend ioftpyl**M« theGhlofOomaiisslonor tf
[>undN tnjil U'orte., Victoria, tor a special
llconw te iiu nnd carry uway iluilM*t from tlio
following dctcHlwd IsndH Hliuato »orth*'*i>,i or
Khtiberley'ln ^utlujiwt Kooionsy PtstHct.
Conunvnuhu/Slobaltis nortli trntt 10 ohnlm
wcsi of the uorth wost (•orner o
OtU Staples eniiHT lieuntts, (bcuc^ u
chains woii, thenoe BO ohatiui uoriu, tbencfi w>
ohulast esst, theece -trO ohotitH irouHi. thenw; mi
obslutt wwt, thence w nhslnit ooutb to ootnt of
aoQineoMnottt
Dated 7th iisnosry, i«>>.
-. V, M. KUWAKDS
I seven Sutherland Sisters
V! Lluit In announce to th.   adlosandtrcntl..-
»j(J>0 .N,-i,   ".   t'ranhronk   and   .i.-init.   thai
/W\ ''"-.    have   mil,I,     ,in-,u,M„iii,-iii.    with
ft C. E. REID & CO.,
|Phone 7/+        The Drug-gists.
^M An.l will hold Dallv Domotisti'ution.s
aVa
/W\ l-'or fwo VVneks commi inn
H Monday*    March    9th
M\ Ui-iiiii'illiiii in-itni.mi of the lliiir uiul Scalp,   They
v£r r.'s|KM-tftillv  Invl.p ovnryone to call and consult with
i^ tin-ill.   Come antl noo tho Long, Beautiful Hair,  grown
/N\ by tho ii-.- ol tin-
^     Seven    Sutherland    Sisters'   Hair
m^      Grower unci Hair anil Sealp Cleaner
Canadian Head Offlcu, ll Colbumn Slront, Toronto,
'%£ ■•■ "• Bailey, Poroi^n ManHger,
FOR'
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STEELE li
BREWING CO,, LTD. :;
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK
BEER |  PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED  "
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION      \>
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
gj H. O. BOX 812      b
A      TELEPHONK  NO. I      p
Port   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd,   |!
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Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters For
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. A. P. CHENETTE. Manager
NOTICE.
NoiU* U hereby •ttsnxx ihm :w ilnys »fter ditto
I \0\\*oA in apply lo Um Chief Comiut^iooi'i- ol
Laods Knd Work?, Victortn, (or n -,*viiul
lleuiioo to eut nuA carry ftwuy ilmbor on tbo
following de^-ribod Uh(J** vftuate aorlhotuit of
Klmborlo.tr lu.Soutbowt Koowany Dlstrlot.
Cotnraonelna at a poM. "?■> Cbftlus uorth noo
t-m chalnH wt.st of Oils .-kwiik*^ noitbwoMt cor-
nor. tbeaco north no i-hitlun. tlmtK** m*n A)
cbalDN thouce iwui.lt bo chain*., ihrm-v mutt tn
cfculu.!) to place of betjitiiiinj-
UiiUyl Mb J»nu»i-y. l(to».
■» O. Si. KDWAK1M.
Tho above hotol Im
erf  throutfhmu.    Tlio
Liquors and Cigars,
boon
tMit.y erected,
uppllod with
and neatly furnLsh
lin^ best brands of
NOTICE,
Nollve \n hereby given thut thirty •)*>'* "ft«r
dale I Intoud to apply to Ihe Chief Cotmuif
slonerof l.ni\A* mid Work* for peiinitios to
i-utand carry tlmbor Irom tlio (ollnwluit tic*!
norlbed lnndn in Kbni Uoouiiiiit:
Cotumetteftit; at a p<xt plauteO on llu: north
boundnry of Lhoon vlmbcr lloonoo iiivi abnitt
twenty I'tinluneut ol tbe aorth wo*M cornet.
Thenee north eighty ob»ia». thonee «iw •*iKlny
i-hftiii*-   thenoe *touOi   c!(*btv chslns.  tluiliee
west night? fiuiiiiK m \>\»r" ut begtuiilng,
h. n.M'-vrrriK
Juim.ni 8th, I90H. if
NOTICE.
Kotloels hereby glfon thitl thirty j»>> «i
iinte i lntoml to ttppiy to thoObtal uonir,
■ I'.n.'i' m I... ml-, mill W.trKi-  for  >m-i inlsn.-t.
oiitftud oarry uwuy Umber (row the following!
ftenerlhod lends lu t\a»t Kont-atiny i
Commouelni til * po*i planiod, whore iln-1
woit botioilnry of Lot W*B nroeeoi the iiortu i
iiiniinbiry fif Lot Mt, lirou). t.   NlllOlfltiU ottHlUH
from tho north w*»t ooreoi "f Lot »i theuoo
north olghty obelnewoveorlewlo the nouth
ItBttk ot Klli rivi»r. ihcu'-P wetitOlt] imd -outh- :
urly down Klk Hlywrto the north worn 'inter
<>i aIok Uoffntt'ii timber lloenoe Lot ttusi
thonee eiMt along the north tiimitdtry <» Lot
twi* nit'i U»i *>t tti'ty niri«' I'lwhin more ot Imm
in plnee nf beginning,
.i. m. AOMKW
jHimary Mb, i+'i- U
NOTICE.
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville, where miners
;.n Ik: supplied with anything thev want at all times at
'.ranbrook prices.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing*   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
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NORTH   STAR
--      HOTEL
Kimberley,   B. C.
H. W. DREW, Proprietor.     _^-^„
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Notlue U hereby gh*«ti thitt thirty ilny" tftor
duto I In ton d to itppty io the Cblef Cow mis- |
ilonerofUuilH»Dd Work, lor portoUilon '*M»>1^«»**^^»*»***»*»*»*%<^m»%*^«^*»^*«^^^«^<t««»e»»»^
RtUtlVI  "I   L.tii'ii «iiu    ii u| tn    I'M     \n-i iiiin-iun    '".■lrW'^
out ajnieerry n««y timber from tbe following \<t}'
detwrlbed leoilMn Wen Kootetiey, ' A
l '•niiUiy'lHlUK at 11 (">•". plnijlO-l   "I   tllU  WMll) \§,
w**.i ..-urunr n( Loi <SMA. ihouw nouth foriy*Uvg '§
obetdl more or Icmi io tbo eoitb wesl coruei lu
of     Lot     UW,    lbonC*l    "■«>«.    out-    hundred   §     niictievrC    ■     urn       n ■    &
eniUwoutyHli^Hlu^moroorleHtotbeuurf I   CHENETTE   &   NEAL.   Proprietors
ettsi coiuur tH i.»i \\!\t, theuoo oortb tbirty'flve fi
uliuhiM to the Bomb vital eorner of LotttW*.
Tliouee wcitt vhthl) •■inni.* to thr mtith won
uot'itor ul Lot UiVEi, thence north nine ehelnn to
the eouth oust comer of Lot m*>. thenee w««t |
forty*tlveebitloiuud eigiiiy Hlgbt Unfce mote
ni Ipm to plnee of beginning.
J. M. AUNB
i   Jftimnry iiii iwo
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
^   Marysville*   B.C.   le
ft Tlio lut'Kest und  bosl oqulppetl holol in tho St. Marys'
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Has a great reputation for
Making-   Good   Hats,   his
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J I  LOCAL MEWS.  1 J! X",iT™.
u.   <.unuiluumiiiii.iiiuuiiiiiiiiiuuiauu* y.u.i Iv  : uud ynnr <\v.
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THE   OFFICE   OF   THE
CANADIAN BANK 01 GOMMtRCE,
9
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Dr. Scotts
Spring   S
ll. -I   Khm-r i-uiuo dnv, ti   'rou
1S?  Mo\ io l-'i ida\ nu business
Jf. Headache   Powders
* I      II.   Kelsull nl'   IVallsbm-g
•Jf was in the city T            •                    Tlio} ' ' l,lil'1 >'011 ;|1"'   ""A
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One Do/mi in .i lln\ 26c
Are   beauties,   we   have   a   full
range of the newest thing's which
i' i: t'orstti ■ in   rep
9    • "'I l.nu tli."(     ; i' t'.irs.-l C.l
*.    .VUs     , it,   'I'lllll-Sllltv.
A'i     .la,    Minimi Unlit, l.ittl.
A "   ' " resistored      |>  i ..„,,.„ i  Toronto  wn
X.'ai ihel ,      nul.ro.il, Friday. '   Al
*> I. I .V. (l  Hi.ss ol Vancouver was    V
9       Vancouver v, business   at   C.'un- j   Ijl
A-tli.-ri-u.il Ki-i.lu.i ■!•
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J     IViisia V...-.I        v        ' '""I M  "f SpoUuno|  |
CRANBROOK
Has Been Removed to the
NEW  BUILDING
Nortli-Eost Corner Baker .V Cranbrook Streets
!•'. C. M M.i'AS. Mannger.
EA  .  ■ .v A.TCH1S0N
Wlu'i'i' It Pays to Deal.      ■^*;*>ftWBM®*ii*>iJfi^^
&     A Modern Education     5
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everything today. Endow your children
.villi lilt' besl education and llu-y derive
liinrii lii-iirlii .herefrom than from money,
Physic! welfare is i.ecessury to tt "noil ediu-a
1 Have  Just   Arrived j
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iff j. Inch is very attractive.        >
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w       ,, .    ,.             '    K     Mullell     representing    £\
* •    *? '      "•■"■'   !.  .,   Dunn A   Co.,   was  in  ihe    f
»  '" !r"'m,s   ;U can Friday,                                  i   f
lmil   f.uitoi' is llie eyesight,    No organ is moi
delicate,  .1   more taxed  ihrough study and
menial effort. Some eyes are weak to begin
with others have inherited defects. Both
in-I-it direful ulloution, sn thai serious conditions
may lie |..'evented, or properly mul. Think it
n\ er,    t lonsull lis anv dav.
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i-uv I- ruluj
Mrs. Wash
. F. Tate & Son
Jewelers   and   Opticians!
I
j_i_j_i_:_:r
OllUaiui Wui.ili liiiapi.L-li.i-i, r.l'.K. Cro.v'a .N,-.-i ":.ss Division
:rgoiugOan0ope'"    ^S«K "^«!» «^«i« *-« ~*~^
Mrs.   MvL) own   roui U'yi I ilie alion,    She is doing well.
silors 	
Messrs   Kiinbor  and  Steward      W%
!?/-.■»•    Q     sT^.r\r\r\      TnTrP«itniP111   £ Nh'   u,Kl ilrs-   A-   tj-   **<■■&<■*■  are building a four room cottage
X Ol     (X    VJTUUU     J-ll V CObXllCIlL   | vfroiulou Cranbrook Avenue near the
B U  V
i International
i Coal and Coke
I     North Star Sullivan
T                                 - -              I visit Ii    rViut.i]u>U. ni.-i.uui nui.su.
T       iiliess  ■ ,
V  Dave BreeUenridge came.lown      '  ,." "ng  wits  held  ut   the
I      '.;.:.. ..-  :     .  th    ogf.  tf   uiniMtniTitH* ' ""l"; ™!"»] °"   Pnilai'  llClB'"
T trausu     ig    lusiueas    it i       ■    ■ :- :   "V ' '   -■ '• ■,'-1  days  in "'               '   '' ■ ''
A,bi        Sutiirdtu   usl '   :l <• -■    Ihis  week   on   busi-
,   organ-
zing   a   school   base   ball club
ST IN BISON
'or our fnniilv trade we endeavor
in procure the very best
±
•j-     [Joy (,'lotl ei    ,:   -V iy e   ■-. is 	
j     sj|    a       . ,.,. ut I ,, :      Mrs .1. A. Stoddarl, Miss
X S     la.   asl ;: " "!    Windermere,  and   Miss)
•!• .  tlayward    of   Sinclair   Sj
were     Cranbrook    visitor
If we hear of anything new that
We look i'n the above shares to
doiiblt' in value dm ing I he next
-i\     III,,Mills
Beak & Elwell
Brul prs Foi  the C.impnn_\
Baker. St. Cranbrook:, B.C. |
'WrWnW-i'+<''l';''>^
FOR   SAWMILL
Spring House Cleaning
.1   I-'. Hnchcrott of Marysville,
i .ami .1. A.   Bnchcrofl  of  Prank,
\liit.. were guests al the i losmo
™|i)oiitiinou Wednesday, is    recommended    by     a    reliable
IttmesGroninmanugingdirec- house WC get it.
• ui Ihe St,  ISugune mine  was
the city Wednesduy  on  Husi -
T W A Mi
I M. Jolmsf,
•j*! flriint ol Xi
J  .he La-iinbrook Monday.
i
I
Winnipeg;  .1.
•j-      II   M. Burrow,  Joint < "namii
1 ings. and Pruuk Donavan, all ul   ' llu,'scul.v-
,\.  Fori   Steele,   were   in  ihe city
Monday on business Whal is tho difference-between
    . 11   bald    bead   and    the   Seven  '"'*'•■
Siilherhuid Sisters?     Because il
s before using and afler using <-'Oo. Clothier, J. McLaughtou
Seven Sutherland Sisters Hair J- H. Graham, M. L. Ilowlel. T.
Grower  -Chas  E.   Reid   &   Co.  Murphy, H. Smith, all of Moyie "VmiTrclliva
, were registered al the I Iranbrook | ■*■ UJ- fi-Sllil C
; Wednesday
(I,  \V.   Cox,  Toronto,   \\.   G ■    ■
ienL'.di'- Vof''smp'i t"t iGe v- GET RICH ^UICK ! BUY
(islored'at'lhe Cranbrook' Mon-1 CRANBROOK REAL ESTATE
lav,
We were advised thai this bacon was choice
and so ordered n small lot as a trial order
R
ubbi-r     I'm ilim.       Lenlhel
1 lelting; I .tiluieators, In
jectors.      Steam      Whistles,
safely Valves, I il.ilie and othi i
Valves   < Ireasc and . )il Cups.
Iron Pipes. Pipe l'"ittings to 'i
inch.   Iron   (late,   Globe and
ArtRli    \ lives   up   to   | in. h.
Sheet, Spiral and Wi      I'm
jliu,     | |oi     -j       I'.-i-l      '.   .
'!■:.       I I Cl.p-< in    - ',
Bolts i"   16  in. li.      H     i
VVashei !
Babbil  Vlel    ;      I   |      fools
ial agi
Stock Quotations.
■ I   by   Henle   A   Klu-r-ll.   Ilrokui
s jf". buys  oue   lot   on   Baker
F.  Allen  of~toria,   P.   M,   . H1"' """^orepkl   v
Davis,i.Kdi,,„„:,,n. A. .1. Xewsnn  s    :; "Iv-   hv"   lo|s  ""   ■V'1"
,,, Hamilton and G. II.  Donnelly strong Avenuo.on the Hill
of Calgary wore registered at the .? inn buys iwo  lots  in one of
Cranbrook mi Saturday last Iho besl residential blocks
nn the Hill.
Ii'or Oranges. The new NuvelsL ,.„, bllys ttono slotev dwell
sweet, juicy and in Inn-   lluvnr .   '
go  in 'Stewarts    here ynn  lind !;  ■     ,iil   " : '■   v"11''1
Ihe besl ill all lines.
Wiltshire
PRICE PER LB. 23C
Ayrshire
Irish Curings
Th icorl In aid of the Free
Reading Uoom ou Wednesday
evening wusa success in every
way. A large audience assembled, n good programme reiHler-
, d and all ihoroughly enjoyed
Ihe proceedings, There was
uol 'i weak number and each
person assisting earned the
applause given each  tune.    The
11,mindi f management   will
fee] encouraged by the inn-rest
manifested by tin- public,
Cmmdinii ,,,,1,1 riukls
WeMi-ru Oil and Coul
Ni,>oln emil Mini
liinn.     >   i.i.i
chicken house, two  lots.  ' _	
ronced, saniii-asli. balance , ^.j^^^,^.,.......,.,,;.,;..;.,;,,.,..,...;......
un easy lerms. '^«
buys ii Iwo si,ii
ing 1)3 by 16 ft, five rooms |¥
wiili barn in rear,  water. !•^
,     ,    . A   |-leadqiu..<tera fur
lerins saw cash,  lialance .j.        ,,,.,„,, mm,
z.::::i TISDALES ii
•-a.", per month.
is lilili) buys a onu slorey dwelling, plastered, wuter,size
of building 26 by ",:.' ft..
togelher .villi hull acre
uf land
is  li  Iin\s  dwullilig   and    two
Wong' Fong
|Jj\ 'Ot    1   ll.l      I J..III I'lllBI   "III  1, is.
Chinese Goods atCost
Nl'TS unil CHOICIi   J.
CONPKUTinNICUV
lr,e Gream and Soft Drinks
Alan Tobacco, PipeB
i.ti.i Oignrs
Baker St.    Cranbrook   ..
lots,  uun block from ecu- J'r
lerof town, eusy terms,   !.i-H-l-H-!-H-H"H-H»!-!-H-H-
I2(in Ihivs ii iwo utorev dwell
G. T. ROGERS.
•ANVV and STAPLE GROCERIES  and  CROCKERY.
*(*'■«{»>[»> »:«-■-» x »..«-».«■».«.«. • » ■ ^.aakii-Ma-*. a"^B'«-,a;»-«j» ».-»,«»tai»i»;
IM '
|   EVERYBODY   SAYS
I
ia
£
it
fOur Clothing is Excellent
-Ji A  Large Shipment of
i Fit Reform Giothino tor Sprino I
i
t
f Has Jusl been passed inln stock,     There is uolh
ing heller every gtiriuenl is u mod.il of good luste
and Skii.i-'ii. lailoi -iug. So.i.ohow you feel thai
Ihe man who planned our suits knows how li>
dress well himself.    He is over on the wiileli for a
>\v  kink,  and  tin-  fresh id,
' MIM UK sil.K s
II IN'.'-,  I  I  I'S   \Nli SAUCI
' lll\      li'I.dH KK l'"T-
llliss COoD.s. KT. .
unci-       Ml o I.
Good things too numerous to
mention.
J. D. McBRIDE
Gto,R.UflSK&Co!iS™'Si
ing, two bed rooms, purlor Tin'   First    Consign nl   Of 11
dining-room, kilclion und Our Stock  ( H              ij
large hull, pluslered. elec il.     I'it-Ucl'orin   Sllils
r."'i.; , 14,.. Vex, Two Weeks                  irii-  lights; easy  ler.ns, CANNED  GOODS |V $lfi, $18, $20, $2S
lV""'"!|v loi-titud. |||lvu |l|T,vw|i    Wu hllVP          J
i;,iin buys a two storey  dwell aclc.-.i.il n ln.-uu vurluiyiinil
Ing, centrally loculed,   in -.     ,       «*       T1.    _.
u esidential   neigh Onl5T th« Best
lilt II'   suits
borl d,  water,  electrl
light   and   all    modari
i ..ill liml "ui' in
I REID 6c CO. I
P^kVmK jiKIk ■»:» » «V'»,»:«>'«K »'♦   » «,-»i«l»l»'»(»>lSHi^'»(ijjWIMgr»II
Other Suits As   I
Low as $5.00. |]
}
I
B^Mtra^a
all
s
■nfWVmm
BUILDERS
CONTRACTORS
I'lans.   Spci ilicatlolt -
and   Kslnn   ti
FURNISHED Oil APPLICATION
I'I    I., i.dmji Sim
for
:.    ' .   I   ri
I I'i        \ul    and  DkIcs
I   I     NhV.-I I )|,i:;;"
ll in in.i i and
Maiaea    (Jl'llpes
Hugh Stewart
Lunch Served Hot or Uoid
convuinences.
,,,, ., Ai Any I our
Hill buys a two storey  dwell A, A„v ,,,,,,.
ing pluslered throughout, |-„. mi\ ,,,,
with  two lots,    11 round ,, „   _.
II,*,. coasisls of parlor, t!   N. PINCH & CO.
silting   ■   room,   dining
i.iiiiii.    kitel ,   paulry, I'liono 182,   Opposite Posl Office
and      line     bed     room
Sec 1      ll.,...'     .■.insists NOTICE,
^nmmmfitmmininmnMHmnnmnnijnnnfHfHmnmi^
I P. Burns *& Co. 1
ST. Bond oi.i.„,
*T    Ui.l||nty,  Alb,nl;i
Mum  Olll,:,., for East Xuotllimy, 3
Ciunhrook, B.C :^S
,,|     ;:   large    hed-rooius, '1'lilrt.V ilny« »r.n.' dale «m  im
Imth r i and loih.t, elc "I'l'lJ  "' ""' '''''''' l'"'"'l,1'"i'
,     l.iiiiilai.nil Winks for ii   i	
i loud collar, b..l in. heal .     ... ,„,,, ,j ,,, n.,
ing Ihrin.uhoul.   I'.leclric  ( ]|nv t ,'ii„„i ,,,,,,n „,-„,„
ii-'iil lelephone and « li.ei   i „„,,, ii r
i in,- ol ll"- iiesl appointed     c nniinln
residences in I Iranbrook "" ''IiiiIiii1 l'11-'
,,,, .   .       ,„,,. , „,..,.,,,, ll n ituni'NiT nl I Hili.lhi.ii
M"",sl1 lval  l""-;""  :.„,.|,„i„.-.ilin, I' Iml
ii.i,    h„,iii
i    ,ici,-i 11  n|
£ WholcMtilc unci  lajctml
I Meat Merchants 1
3
3
All   kinds    of    building    material
constantly on hand. I Phone 75       flrmstrono, Ave,
ApnAM fr PfthPPtC  " "rUl lzo"""'""'lh" '"'"" "' ~- Denlers in Miiittoir and Cold StoraBeS
in IIUIU a rvUUoJ \id -::;;:;li:i:i:;:;:;,;:::;,'i';,,  | Live stock at c^ary. Aiberta.' i
''ANUPr'i^auiiiiitiuiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii8Uiiiui»iiiiiiii!iiiiiauiiiiiiiiiK
REAL ESTATE & INSURftNGt,      k,mi.i.ki.i:v mu
PHONE   99, TUHiMO i o., Ltd
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