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Vol. 18.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, SBJ^TBMBBR 98,1907.
No. 89.
thr ::ar sinister
Tondor Ut mi durations Which thi
Laurier Uovernireii' Will Hand
Ull' to Hie Wost.
In spili1
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ii.il   st'.'isulls,    linillil
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fill crops   industrial expansion,
and i-ii'iii -.'iii prosperity must
all be phi '."I in lli" civil11 of
Laurier, uiul Ins Imiiiiiculato
colleagues There urn nut ti, few
public tiii'ii, nnil siiiiii- nf Ilii'iii
live in Victoria, whoso gratitude
curries them even a stop further,
and who believe thai this policy
of paternal care bus been exercised in n notable extent with
reference lo British Columbia.
We are seriously asked, ought
not tlie Province lo be devoutly
thankful for the Grand Trunk-
Pacific (which il hasn't gnti for
the Hon. William Templeman
(who bus dune nothing fnr it),
and for a million dollars which
the magnuniinity of Ottawa will
permit it to have in ten years?
To all of which questions the
good anil dutiful citizen is expected to answer "Yes, Yes."
This, however, is not nil the
tender consideration which the
Laurier Administration is prepared to extend the West. It
has in bund u gigantic scheme of
a most philanthropic character.
The scheme is designed to prevent a repetition of the danger
winch threatened the Wost last
year in consequence of a shortage
of fuel: Prom Winnipeg to the
Pacitic. resolutions were passed
by almost every public body culling upon tbe Federal Government to take some steps to deal
with a most urgent und vital
matter. Public ownership was
advocated, then Government
ownership and control and in
some instances even Government
operation was called for. Prom
many points in British Columbia
a demand was made thnt the Dominion Government reserve of
50,1.100 acres near Kernie' should
be thrown open, as one of the
readiest means of ensuring a
prompt supply, It could not for
a moment be supposed that these
widespread appeals, emanating
from important Organizations
should puss unheeded. Such an
assumption would place the intelligence of the Laurier Administration ut a lower level than
had ever been suggested by ils
most hostile critic, There has,
however, been mure Ihan a lillie
speculation as to how theGovorn
ment would work out the problem. The Week pointed out
the danger of throwing open the
Reserve unless il were very carefully protected from the line
engineering of lhe Toronto gang
who so cleverly gold-bl'ickod Hie
Province ten years ago. Little,
however, did llm most shrewd
observer imagine how clever u
scheme could be hatched by Ihe
Government, especially since it
has lost tho controlling hand of
the Napoleon of the West, To
parody a well known suy in
however, although Sil'inn has
gone, his spirit keeps mnrchiii;
on, and in the archives at Ottawa there must have been pr
served very carefully u replica of
the philosopher's stone, which
in political affairs turns every
opportunity it lunches to gold.
The scheme which has been
evolved cannot for a moment be
considered to have any reference
lo an Impending Dominion Election, tt Is the sheer outcome of
a paternal desire to protect, to
cure for mid more particularly to
warm the West. It is simplicity
itself, mnl yet fm* the gentlemen
eugageil a more "dead-sure'
thing even Ihan Siftou's master
piece of 18911 Briefly it provides
for the coralling of all the most
important   uud   extensive   coal
ureas of lhe Wesi. by wealthy
oupltulists who will evince Iheir
uTiilltudo in u substantial
until nor nl lhe next I'Vili-rul Election, When the properties have
iii'i'ii i-iit-iilli'il (uml the work is
proceeding apace) Ollawu will
inii'iiil ils purl of llu- scheme
whieh Involves special con
cessions and iniiniinlliA* "In the
public InlercKlt" coiii'essliins
which in Hu- end will he worth
many millions in tin-  I'orluiinle
nin'' s-lnituit'cs  who 1'iiji'V   ih'-
. -. in Iii 11 ■ 111 -. ■  ul   lhe  I liiM'l'iniii'liI
I'lu- scheme is uii admirable one
viewed from uny standpoint, It
will ensure un adequate supply
nl fuel, il will line the pin-bets
nf ihe good friends nf a paternal
Government, il will furnish Ihul
absolute necessity, a bis campaign fund. mid. so its promoters
hope, will ensure a continuance
of thul reign of prosperity which
nourishes besl under lhe benign
rule of "A sunny smile." The
Week is lhe tirsi pupor in Canada
to give the public an inkling of
this scheme, which has already
advanced substantially und of
whicli lhe West will hear u great
deal more belween now and tlie
election. It is probably a mere
coincidence thul ils main provisions have leaked oul while
Senator Cox wus in Vancouver.
Victoria Week.
R. L. Borden's Visit
R. L. Borden, leader of the Dominion Conservative party, will
address a public meeting in the
Opera House on Tuesday evening ut 8 o'clock. Special
arrangements have been madelo
enable Mr. Borden to leave
Grand Porks Monday night
and reach Cranbrook Tuesday
Afternoon.
II is likely that a large number
of Conservatives from Moyie.
Marysville, Kimberley, Port
Steele. Elko. Pernie, Jaffray and
Wardner will attend the meeting.
Signs of Progress.
Over two thousand dollars
worth of machinery, type, etc.
lias been received and installed
in lhe Prospeclor Office during
the past two weeks. We ment ion
tliis us another sign of the splendid progress whicli Cranbrook is
making, typified in a special
manner by the fact that the
equipment and plant of the
Prospector is second to no
country newspaper plant in
British Columbia.
The Produot of our Mines.
When Hie mint starts let it,
ive us plenty of silver coins.
And then let the ono and two
dollar bills bo called in. If there
is anything whicli can be called
properly "fifty lucre" it is one of
those small bills, while there is
nothing iu the world nicer than
a brighl silver 50-cent piece, unless It is a bright silver dollar or
a gold piece. But gold is heavy
for its size, and being soft, the
loss by abrasion is considerable.
Silver is the lines! material in
lhe world for money under live
dollars, Some people say it is
ton heavy, but in our limited experience most people do not find
it too heavy to lake when it is
offered them.
Manitoba Legislature,
The Manitoba Legislature will
be culled together for the transaction of business ou the second
Thursday iu January.
Borden at Victoria.
Victoria, Sept. 25.—U. L,
Borden, leader of the opposition
iu the federal house was tlie
guest nf honor of the Canadian
club ul luncheon today. Mr.
Borden visited the fair this
afternoon and was greatly
pleasod with the exhibition. He
addressed a public meeiing at,
the theatre this evening.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Hero and There   People
Who Uouie to Oranbrook and
Those Who Uo Away.
Dr. Bell wns ul Gateway this
week nu professional business.
Put more Bros. Tinners and
Plumbers.
.Iniin limbic killed two euii
bears this week while hunting In
the Imilliills wesl nf town
Mr. mnl Mrs. M f! Taylor of
Jaffray wore Crunbrook visiiors
Wednesday.
Mil Feagan came down from
Marysville Wednesduy on Imsi
ness.
VV. tl. Wilson lias moved into
his new store on Baker Street,
which is nne ol the linest stores
in Cranbroolt.
Beale & Elwell report a good
business so far ihis month.
They have had many Inquiries for
farm land and acreage,
P. Lund, manager nf the
Crows Nesl Pass Lumber Co.. of
Wurdiier wns in the cily Thursday, on his way lo Mnrysville.
D. McFarlane was down from
the Nnrth Star mine Tuesday.
He will lake in the Spokane fair
before returning to the mine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Penwick.
Mrs. Pred. Binmore nf Porl
Sleele were Cranbrook visitors
Monday.
.1. T. Williams, has sold his
property iu Oranbrook in Harris
St Wood, and with Mrs. Williams
left for Vancouver Thursday.
Come in and investigate the
new Kitchen Cabinet at Patmore
Bros. Three car loads sold ut
the coast in introducing same.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Praser, and
Miss Lillie Tannhauser left ou
Priday on a visit to Vancouver
and other coast cities.
It is reported that the Hon. .1.
D. Bergeron, member for
Beauharnois, will speak at the
Opera house on Tuesday evening.
One of the things the people nf
Southeast Kootenay will hope
for is that the year 11)08 will
have a summer included iu its
list of seasons.
J. R, McEarchern of Kings-
gate, A. C. Manahan of Sirdar,
and T. Currie of Coleman were
■egistered nt the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
N. A. Hill of Montreal, H.
Hammond and .1. P Bulyeu of
Chicago, Wm. Walson of
Winnipeg, and C. Booth of
Medicine Hat were registered al
tlie Cranbrook Thursday.
Hon. Mr. Borden will he welcomed in a fitting manner, on his
arrival at Crunbrook, us the
leader of tho opposition in the
Dominion House. He will be
escorted from the depot by a
large number of Conservatives,
headed by the Oranbrook Brass
Baud.
In regard to Ibe matters of
general Canadian concern which
Mr. Borden is presenting In the
electorate of the Dominion as tho
grounds on which he asks fnr
the support nf the voters, he will
tind cordial agreement in Cranbrook.
A men's own meeting will be
held on Sunday afternoon in the
Gym for the discussion of subjects relating to the moral and
social woll being nf the penple.
The meetings will commence on
October llth, and profitable
Sunday afternoons are anticipated. It is Imped thul nrches-
trul and vocul music will be obtained to add to the pleasure nf
these gatherings.
The McClary Manufacturing
Company makers nf the celebrated Kooienay Range uro running
a series nf advertisements in I be
Prospector, li will pay you in
follow up and road what Ihey
have lo say, and romombor Hint
Patmore Bros, ure their ugeitls
for this district, uml will In-
pleased In show the real article,
II. M.  Burrow,   Wm.   Carlin,     After a
ir inti'i
ths stay. Mr. i lur
rained
It
uml ll. P. Cooke nf Porl Sloele II. M. Burrow returned from
wore transacting business ui England lasl Sunday and visited
Cranbroolt ihis week, Cranlirook Ibis week.
.1. M AgYow or Waldo, R, II (1 B. McKay of Ottawa. G B.
Posl er of Calgary, H.C, Brlggs Benjamins of Spokane, rims
nf Victoria, J. M, Wrighl of Marshall of Vancouver, V Lyons
Vancouver,  II.  Cunningham of of   Toronto,   T.   Atkinson    of
Winnipeg, W. C, Pox and   K. J,   Hamilton and P Jens fWosa
Pox of Toronto w   registered  weie guests al   lho Crunbrook
ul Ihe Cranbroolt Tnesdav, Monday last.
MR. R. L. BORDEN
Local Conservatives hnve completed arrangements for
the meeting in the new opera house on Tuesday night,
October tst, at which Hon. R. L. Borden, lion. Richard
McBride and other prominent Conservative speakers will he
present to address the public.
Countess Travels Incog
New York, Sept. 25,—Tbe
Herald suys thai under the name
of Mrs. Grovillo, the Countessof
Warwick, widely known for her
Socialistic wnrk in England, isa
passenger on the Campania due
here on Priday. Her plans have
been so carefully arranged that
even in London, few if any
persons ure aware of her departure from great llrituu. Her
only companion on this voyage
is a muid. Her object incoming
is not known, except that In
private cubic the Countess stated
I hut it wus one of business. In
her choice of u name she bus
chosen that of her husband's
family. She is noted in England
for her beauty ns well us for her
socialistic tendencies.
Death of Ex-M.P.
Hamilton, Out.. Sept. 2(1.
Manner Carpenter, who represented Soutli Wentworth in the
commons for thirteen years,
dropped dead ul liis home in
Fruit-land while dressing yesterday,
G. N. R, Michel-Fernie Branch.
Rapid progress Is being mado
on the grading of tho Groat
Northern track between here uml
Pernie. Tbe timber has been
cleared off the right of way.
The tine weather of the pusi
week bus greatly aided in tho
work.   Within i nih the grade
between here and tho Elk river
will be ready for tho stoel excepting the III'-' I'OCll Clll Ill-ill* lhe
coke livens which will lake some
time to comploto.
Win, Wesi ciiiiii' down from
thr Payroll mine Priduy on
business,
Prank Murphy who Ims bone
visiting ui Calgary and oilier
points iu Alberta relumed lo
Cranbrook Priduy.
Mull Billings or He- Herald
staff wonl in Pernio Priday,
Dr. li. Wall or Porl Sleele
was nt Xelsiiii Friday on bus is
GATHERING OK TIIE ULANS
A.O.K. Have Meeting ■ A Smoking
Concert at  Which Cups
Are Presented.
The Ancient Order of Poroslers
held n regular monthly meeiing
In Mighton's Hull on Thursday
evening. There wns n large
gathering of the woodsmen, and
business of importance wus
transacted.
Immediately after lhe Forester
meeting there wns u smoking
concert at which Mr. Andrew
McCowan, who ncled as chairman, presented the Kerrigan
Cup lo tho Cranbrook football
leum who defeated the Moyie
tenm on Labor Buy
The Beattie cup wns also presented to the Forester team, the
winner of the town series of
football gumes which tool: plnee
during llu- pnst season, There
were some 50 or (Id football enthusiasts in attendance, nml tho
following gentlemen took pari in
tho lung programme. A. Mc
Cowan, A. Black, Vi. Watson, J.
Gibson, X. Houston, VV. Henderson uud Messrs Chippendale,
Kelly, uml Mr Wats if Calgary.     A  merry and   pleasanl
evening wns spent, which lasted
imlil Ihe "We Sum Oiii-s",
Premier McBride Denies.
Premier    McBride   rotur I
Saturday ovuning from it two
week's trip lo the Slave Lube
Mountains, and tt News Adver-
lisi-i- reprosoiilalivo managed lo
catch him mi board Iho Channel'
before ho h-l'i for Victoria,
although pretty lirud after his
journey, Mr. McBride granted
uu interview:
When luiil tlmt Hu- World luul
staled lie Innl advised Lieut.
I lovernor Dunsiiiiiii- mil tn sign
Mr. Bowsor's Oriental Exclusion
Bill, Mr, McBrldo staled ihul
lhn reporl wns ubsohiloly falso,
Continuing, Mr. McBrldo suid:
"I um grimily surprised to  hear
absolutely without  foundatloi
"With  regard  to ihe Asiatic
question, my stand, and  thai  ol
my party in British Co] bia aro
sn well known, that il should
hardly require mention.    I have
always been opposed lotl try
ni Asiatics, and my record, both
in the House uml um of If, stands
ns ti  wim,.ss of this in.'i     Mi
attention Ims already I n called
in un Hem   appearing   lu   the
Vlclorln 'I'i s, of September ll,
uln'ii'in Mi Teniplemini seeks tu
creiile  the impression  ihal   lli-.
H 'I* ihe I ileiilenniil  I iovei'iioi'
hud I ii advised l.v tne lo withhold hisiissenl tn Mi- Bowser's
Ilill I wish in make n nmsi
omphalic uml absolute denial tu
ihis statement,
AURORA BONDED
Moyio Syndicate Gets an Option
Work to Begin at Once.
A locnl syndicate, inude up of
l'j Moyio men. have taken a bond
nn tlie Aiuum property on the
west side nf Moyie lake. All
the papers are signed nnd already
several men have been put to
work, Vi. .1. Pelt-ham wns
elected by the syndicate ns
superintendent, and il is under
his supervision the wnrk will be
done. The bond runs for
eighteen months. Nearly (-in.-
Dim bus already been expended
on development and the property
is fairly well opened up A
force of men will be kepi ul work
continuously and will be paid by
the monthly assessments which
will be levied on the members of
the syndicate.
The Aurora group is owned by
Tims. Under and O, .1. Johnson
of Moyie ami Cupl. I. II, Sunburn
of Portland, Oregon. The live
claims, the Aurora, Horseshoe,
Etna, Portland and Durango,
were located in 1894.
The deal is in the nature of a
working bond. It Is for 150,000,
but it is understood no money is
In he paid   until   the  end  ul   IH
llllllll lis
The syndicate is made up of
all kinds of contidenco In the property. Suine are miners und
siniie are business men, mul ull
aro willing to lake a chance with
their money without gelling
"cnbl feet."—Moyie Lender.
SULLIVAN GROUP
Will Change Time.
A new lime table will lake
effect on the Crow line on
October 1st.: No. 7, the Spokane Flyer will arrive ut Cranbrook ut ii-ln a.in. No, 5, will
arrive at 12-15 p.m. No. li. gn-
ing easl will arrive at 8-ilO p.m.,
and No. 8 the (Iyer will arrive al
'.i in p.in.
Stop Jap Mux.
uiuship nnd  lr:
lion companies engaged in the
Seventy Seven Thousand Dollars
to the Good This Year.
According to the annual slate
ment ni iho affairs of the Sullivan
Group Mining Company, givon
ui tin- annual meeting held in Ihe
Pernwell block Thursday, lhe
operating protit of the company
for ihe year ending Augusi 81,
IflO", wns (1(7.001.94
The bullion account due lhe
company, 1472,024,12. lhe bonds
for which tin-1 pany is liable,
minimi tu fiiiu,uiiu, iiK. interest
inr which llm com pany Is liable
iu September 1st amounts iu
$II,2.'.'5.(I7, and the nel gain lolhe
company us a result ofthe year's
work, after the payment of nil
Interest., is **I7.141,5(1
Tin- receipts from the sale of
Bullion for the year were
W74.2h0.74. Tin- company has
purchased the Big Dipper uud
Kiipheiiii-j Fraction Mineral
claims and has taken an option
on tin- "Commonwealth"
A Inun of 140,000, negotiated
by the company shortly after the
annual n ting of lasl year, has
been repaid.
Al the meeting of the stuck-
holders al the .Sullivan Mining
company today, Manager
Dedolph of the smelter advised
thut the company expend between (1(15,000 and #75,000 to increase the capacity of Ihe
smelter. He stated that the
smelter should be increased from
100 lu 200 tuns. He said Ibis
would require three new roasters
und lu concentrators.
The proposition wus opposed
by Manager Finlay of the
Sullivan mine, wbu claimed il
was unwise to expend that much
money in Increasing the capacity
of the smelter, when the ore
reserves were not known. He
suid the company did not vet
know whal it hud below the
inn-foot level and he believed
the company should sink a shaft
another 100 feel in depth, sn ns
to tind if the ore continued at
depth, before any such Increase
should be uttempted. He suid
there wus enough ore in sight
to keep the smelter going at iis
present capacity for 10 months
or a year,
The meeting was u representative one, il, 198,855 shares out
of 3,000,000 being represented.
The roporl uf the treasurer shows
*ii I in the treasury.   Thecom-
pany mined H  tuns the first
six months su the year and over
16,000 tons the lust six.
The stockholders elected
the following trustees: Judge
George Turner, James Pinlay.
(l. Vi. Van Dyke. George H.
Hull. J. M, Armstrong, E, D.
Sunders. Muse Openheimer, Vi.
II, Shields and Alfred Coolidge.
The only change is the placing
.,,   ,        , -        , of Mr. Coolidge in the puce of
All steamship and transportn-  ,,   ,    ,,. „„     '
 ,  '         ,   !    .,    |F. J,   I-1nucnne.    The  board   is
lu meet Inter in the dav, and it is
transportation of Japanese have
been notified that no Japanese
will hereafter be admitted into
llriiisli Columbia ports unless in
stuted will elect George Turner
president of the company,   The
stockholders decided    thul   the
company should run a shaft  to
possession ul a speeiui   passport   ,,     , i   .,
.    .,      , ' '     '       the lower level, the trustees then
lur ( iiniiiln, .    i    -.   ..    •
to decide ihe Increased oapanlty
Death of Joseph Mayook
The death of Joseph Mnycok
bus removed ono of the mosl
respected cills-onsof Cranbrook,
His   demise     will     be    deeply
mourned by all who knew htm.
His illness which ended ill his
ileulli wus not moro Iii-iii ten days
duration, and il wns nut until his
death wus announced nn Friday
ovoning ihul the public wus
u wu re of llie sorlous condition of
Mr, Mnycok, There wus nn
expression of iinlvoi-snl rogrol
when Ihe sad ti-ulh became
known,
Mr. Joseph Mnycok, was burn
ill Telehwii'h, Kiiglunil. uml wus
7!1 yours old, He loaves n wife,
three huysmiil fiiui-girlstuiniiurn
his death,
The funeral  will take   pluee
fl'OIll the  Mltycok   resilience,   uii
ihul any sucli reporl should over Baker Ilill. at 2 lit) p.m. today
of the smeller. Spokane
Chronicle,
Father Must Get Busy.
Detroit.   Mich.,   Sept.    20 -
"Everybody works but  father"
is iiii lunger tn he truein Delrnit,
If the provisions of u new law,
effective today, ure strictly in.
forced    By the terms of the act.
i roan I husbands uml   rathers
will he obliged tn support iheir
wives uiul families by tolling in
the workshop. If they decline lo
fUl'lll&h the necessities iif life under n condition of llborly, The
wives nf the Inzy ones will be
allowed (l|.50 per week from the
labor »f tho latter In the prison,
ll is believed by the officials tlml
the new law will hnve a wholesome effect uu 11 j whn hnve
II    tendency    In   abandon    Iheir
families lo the tender mercies uf
the wulf nf poverty,
/ THE PROSPECTOR, CUANBROOK B, C    SEPT  *-'-  1907
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A. B. 6r.ice,
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BAHRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
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B.C.
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. loose wnli British Columbia on
,v I the Japanese ipiosllnn and is
■• 'lacing Uu- consequences lie
,v. j has neither allowed nor positively
S vetoed pro\ Inciul legislation tor
Ibe exclusion of  Asiatic  imml
entitled in consideration ami;
sympathy. bul tlu-i are noi as a '
class adapted lo lliiscounli-y.and i
its civilization. Their presence
opens up new iiiiiI iliitiriili social
problems which should bo avoid
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BREWING CO., LTD. \:::,,::.::'-"~>-
have presented the Laurier
i ioveruiuenl as Favorable lo the
exclusion policj I liberal mem
bet's nl I'ui-liauu'iit iu llritish
Columbia were loudosl ut home
ui their clamour a-jalnsl Oriental
iminigi'tttiou,   bul   when  Purlin
EXTRA PINK    X
9
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FERNIE, B.C
♦ MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
♦ use a specialt\
|    Outside   Orders
I GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
|     SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
♦ .4 P. O. BOX 812      bj
f -j?      TELEPHONE   NO. I      f
Meanwhile Japanese conti id
Thej have been
'tuniiiir faster than ever iml onlj
•um Jnpan but from Huvai at
s ands The riol in Vancouver
* the nnlurn res I of the uu
•ertain attitude ol Ihe govern
J menl ai Ottawa. The people
X   mew whal to expect   frum  the
♦ provincia    -  i  -*-,     The  Brit
ft   aii  i l" ivernmetit  and
* egislal ire ha\ •■ sone as  far as
:
the si-iilet t  ,,!   iho  li-oiibli
Mr  llorden - plnl forin  deniunds
ii more careful  selecl   n   the
sources ol immigration, tlie mt-iv
rigid  inspect ii I   imu
uml in sboi' ,i |iolii *, which w ill
ill undesirable settlers l [
this rule is applied ifenorall.v it
«ill imi In- offensive to nil} i-iu-e
or nnlion Mr Hordeu's pollcj
is i In- i.iii- u Iiieii inusl tie adopted
il we are tu escape Ihis conliuu
ally re\ on ing trouble and avoid
iln- scenes ol violence which luu c
disgraced Mime ol the cities of
the United Suites and have been
introduced into the country
Kamloops Standard.
CR INBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Ktntk-iiny.
l     I   Willi!)
ote
Cranbrook, B.C.
f they havi        sdiction in exclud-
* i _  Vs itii s    If the British Co-
ft j people had been distinctly
X ■' 'i Urn l.v told what thev might ■
♦ Fort   Steele   Brewing Co.,  Ltd.     | «1 'from the Laurie.-govern-
♦ 9 ■-. •:.* -i.'-v  wiuilil   have adapted
ftft******************************************    themselves   to   the   conditions.
But years of evasion  and  shilly
L- CLAPP W   R0LLINSI shally have made the people des
perate or easily the instruments
of desperate characters from the
United States. The Vancouver
riot with llm wholesale wrecking
of Japanese houses was the result
of determination to bring mutters
in u bead.
And now Sir Wilfrid is doing
whal he might us well hnve done
years ago, Ho is trying to bargain with tho Japanese government iu I'ostricl the exodus of
Japanese people. Japan stand
by her righl to send ber subjects
to Canada, and properly demands
thai they slmll be protected
while they are here, just as
Britain would insist that llriiisli
subjects should not be abused
nor injured in their persons or
properly by mobs in Toltio. The
Japanese aro our allies and the
only power whicli can properly
prevent Japanese immigration
to this country is Japan herself.
Take inilii-,-
l-IMi il C •„
applj lot perm
leai rlbeil lornl
led 111,-liiiniM.
Wi
We arc Local Dealers for the Renowned
REMTICO
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES
Mi Mil   l,t    Ihr
Remington Typewriter Company
lliii-nriii.riitrill
Remtico  Paragon  Ribbons
in all  tutors   and   for
all makes of typewriters.
Remtico Paragon, Red Seal
and Billing Carbons of
different weights suited
for all classes of work.
All Remtico Typewriter
Supplies are known as
the Highest Grade
Goods Manufactured.
GiiaSa l Reid & Go
Ti'mfor STATIONERY and DRUGS
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook *      British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
IIAIIIIISTKII, SOblCITOIt
uml NOTAllY  I'lilll.ir.
Oranbrook, B.C.
6'. H. Thompson
JlZ&t   IIAUHISTKII A SOI.II'ITOli
.j*   NOTAHV I'UIII.IU
OFFICE   HKII)   IIUII.DINO
t'l'llllbl'Ook,  H.C,
THOMAS   McVlTTIK
P.U.S. «ft CE.
Port Steele B.C.
IIIIIIIIIK
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Comfortable Bedrooms
lirst Class Dining Room
UEADQUARTKRS   TOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
■ft- 4 ft 9 ft 9 ft 9 ft; a ft: a ft: a ft,, a ft a ft a 4 ft ft a 4 ft
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Draying a Specialty
Just received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages.
A fine line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
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DYE HOUSE
Por all liimls of
DYEING and CLEANING
Xoihimr line or course, large
or small ihni wo eiinnol handle,
We Also Do Dnj Dijeintj
£ Cranbrook,
§iu..M.iiMm..u.iuimuu.iuimi.mu.mmmmimi*
♦   A niiiii Beauty       Golf Girl   ♦
Oolleffe Girl *
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTA 3 t        mi-u m i---i, J
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3 X "hi    liiiin'- Made" Candies J
3   * AUK TllK  IIKST J
3   X AT THK J
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WK   HAVE   -II'ST    PUT   SOME
CHOICE HAM AND
BREAKFAST BACON
I.sin   STOCK 2  ;    TELEPHONE NO. 141.    J
5=   \VK    A LSI i    IIAVK
Nice   Cooked   Ham
£
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3 (lordwiiod for Salo.
nn ink in        3
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£l?. BURNS & CO., Ltd.l      -'     yionKU.0
**zz -m rj uun Li 1 v.     Leave  orders   veil
XZZ       limiil oiiIijii, Minn Office lor Kimt Kootenay,       -m       ...   ,,        .,    .
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I   |iri'|i;ireil lo su|i|il,y, good
III'
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tile
Accident Policies
>o.uu I'it Y.'iir jjivi-f *5.00 por  wnuk
and *50.0() KiiihtuI Uonullt.
I.TM.   SH'KNKSS   I'OMCV
W per year covers 'Aft ill.seasus for *'
per wi'i-k.
SII'K   IN'lH-iMMTV
*7.(HI   per  year   i'mvit-   ynn    llglliusl
rtiekius.- nf any kind.
For piU'titMilai's of other Policies see
Fred. W. Swain
DISTRICT AGENT
LOCAL AGENT WANTED
Oranbrook, B.C,. Armstrong Av.
Granbrook
n uveru
GEARY & DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for uny point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
It    ||    Illl'H   l>M-|-»lf»t»-»"»l|ll»M»'«"»t«l
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given Unit thirty daya tide
date l Intend to apply to the Chiel rommlK
sloner or i.nuA» mid Worlw lor 11 licencen
proapect (or eoal and pHrolouin on the follou
hii; di'M-rilieil trail of Imnl sltnitled in i he ills
irii'l of Kust Knoti'iitiy. Klk Itivor V.illi-y. be
uiimltii,' nt h post placod nt the norl h wwi eor
hit uf l.nl Hliii tlionco tiitiniiiii imi'lli BOellHlnn
thenco running ivest BOehaiim, thonee soutli w
c lui I tin, tbenee runnlnn euat s" chains to tin
placo of eomtnei mem., coulalnlnu •'■>•< acrcj
nmr-orli'ss.
Located Ihh 83nd ilaj "f August, H«! hy
i' i: Konaston
:ir. ,i. VV.flardner, Agenl
NOTICE.
Notlco l" heroby given thnt thirty days iifloi
'imi- i intend to npply to thoOhlorCoi Is-
siouor n'  Lanils nml  Works fur a llci l<
prospect lor coal ami petroloum ou the follow! iif
desci'lhod Intel nf land iliuato:! In tin1 dlstrlei
uf Kast Koolonay. Klk Kiver Valley, hoginnltu
ut ii pusi pluiili'il ni tin- N. \V. eornor of Lnt Ni
s-tTii. iln>i i'liiiiihi'.' snnili si) i'liuins. thonee rui
in-.' wost 80 eliuiiis. tlieneo running north 81
i'liuins. thonoo running east 8(1 chains in plnot
nf ciiiiiin niH'tit I'ontalning rtlOaeros moruoi
less,
i iiii'ii th i.s •:
lav nf August i>.v
i A, llobortsoii
.1  w, tlarduor, Ar
CIlANnRUOK   LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Kootonay.
'I'uke nollce Uml l!  Slowiirl-orCrun
llhllllf  i ll]Hlllnii I'lihlnirtnr,  ilili'lliU In
ii|>|ily foi' it m| inl limher lleuncn nver
Illi'  Inllnuir;; tluHCfl lllMl  IiIIIiIm:
('uMlllieiieini.' al u post |illtMl-0(l nl   l.lil!
X.  \V. cornet' of  Itlouk 2iII0,   lln!iice
noi'Lli ItOclmiiiH, the wost 10 elutiiiH,
llirlirr  niH'l ll fill ,'||;| i||K,   llll'l lisl     -i I
.'llllills,    Ilir    -illllli   '.III     i'liiiiiis     lllul
llieiicu wi-si ii i'liuins to placo nr i'niil
iili'liei'i tl.
Itloliiml Bl.nvin-l,,
DaU'd August23, I'H'T. 35
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two iliitifis Unit can't bo boat
GOLD SEAL TEA
ANII
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
CMimi & MINING
l.i-iivi- your order tor Preserving Fruits al Campbi
it Manning they will protect you.
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Hi'iul Office Calgary.
'bono
WllOLKS.U.rc   AND  RETAIL  DEALERS   IX
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. . .
Our meal is always fresh, ns all our beef i.s killed in
Oranbrook,
?&*SaSs&cs&ss&s^s^'*;s!
CRANBROOK
** HOTEL M
! Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection
Ni-iii'i-si in railroad depot,   lias accommodations   inr   tin-   public   unotpiallod   in
Cranbi I.*.
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    „,
h Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors i
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'lll INK 111 I'.n. imx 8111
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Pliusician wid Siirijeon
iH'I'irK AKMST1I0NU AVK.
Ilul'lls:    II lu II ii.iii.   2 In I |i.ui.
" to M |i.in,
I'lniiii' OHIim 105    Rsalilemia Hit*
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet iiv.u-y l-'riiliiy nt H p.m,
Visltlnir   lli-otlioi-B Coi'illnlly   Invltoil
<'has. Smith. Vi. Pronliloiit
M. I). IIii.I.iniis. Si.-iiy.
Aorta I'liysli-iiin. I'. (J. Ilux 28.
ttffMtWtMMtWMtmmiiMtWisltitt
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
I NO. 12,1.  u. A. M.
S Itt'iriiliii- iiH-t-tlii^: —2nd Tnes-
^S iluy in eni'li iniintli ut eight
;B  o'otook,
4 Sojourning Companions ui-e
3  cordially invltoil.
| Wm. I-'. Tatk, Sorlbo E.
i        llll.v   4 l-UANIIIIIXIK, 11. C.
■Vmu.w-wwww-w.'ww.ww/ww,
ANCIENT ORDER',:FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   3X11   ANH   4TII   TIII-RSIlAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   Invited
o. rt.,   Vi. P. MACIMiXAMi
Sooretai-y, W. HENDERSON
sm»nirm?*ii»mmnmm*T*Ti!"»fmm*T!ii
Tonsorial Parlor I
■ For a Cool and Clean Shave      j
: Or a Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
r",w Walter B. Ltlng ,«*-,.!
■ :
:    lluki'i' Street, Ci-anbi k. ll.C.    ;
j*uuuuuuuuuuiuiuuuiiuiiuuuuim«
W. R. BEATTV
riulfrlHki-r.
Kiiiliiilmt-r.
l-'iiiH-nil Director
rilANIHIIIIIK, H.0.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
sii-iiiii lliiili-i-a uml i'linin,.,. Work a
S|li-i-iully.
Cost unci Stock Estimates
Pui'iilslietl Dpon Application,
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(Jooil Work at
Reasonable Piien
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
|«9«»i»e9e9i«9«!«9e9«9«i
Cline
111 llllilllil AlHiiimlm linrlii,r Simp
''HI W lllllllllllll in Uu;
MAiN'ITIIIIA  KOTBf,
'li'stCliisH Work in ull 1-raiinhon
nf Mm
Tonsorial Art
§k>S«SS9S9tfS«iSsa*- THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, II C, SEPT, 2n, 1907
The
SmSfti Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,00c
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 Smiih 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, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE  SMITH   PkEMIEl
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
a R A N C H I* 11       li J K K Y W 11 It I!
SPOKANE, WASH.
S8 South Lincoln Street
NOIHMNMOGRINDING
WHY DO MOST
RAZORS PULL?
Bccuuse they are tempered
unevenly by (ire and
will not hold an edge.
CARBO-MAONETIC RAZORS
are tempered aa hard
as flint by our exclusive
prticeti of electricity.
CHAS. E. REID & CO
Cranbrook, B.C.   The Druggists
CRANBUOOK LAM) DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice tlial Robert Little nf
Port Steele, occupation prospector, Intends to apply for a speolal timber
licence nver the following described
lands: - Commencing :tt a post plantod
at the nortii east corner of T. L. 7292
issued to <'. W, Wilson, tbence south
160 chains, thenee east 40ohalns,thence
nortli 160 chains, thenoe wost 40 ehains
Robert Little.
Located Juno u. 1907, Registered
June 20, 1907. Tbo time fin- thoco.m-
mencement of tbe publication of this
notice it) extended until the IHth*, day
September 1907.
.!. P. A* matrons'-
AHstidaut Commissioner of Lands
and Works. '■■'
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SECOND CLASS
Reduced Rates Prom
Eastern Points
On   Sale   Daily
Sept. 1st. to oa. 31st
Montreal W. 10 Ottawa $-14.81
Detroit, Windsor, London,
(liic'|ili. Toronto Parkdiilo
CDfUii
('ui'i>i>s|>iiiiillii|r Low Unlrs fl'oui
llllOl'llll'lllllUl puilUs.
Soo-Spokane Service
Tin- Flili'Hl on lln-1'mil iimiii uml
tlm Pili-ti'Sl, lii-l.v.-i'ti S|iiiliiiin- mnl
tin' Twin CltliiH.
Tin- (.'iliniiilllll I'lii-ilii- Opoi'iilufl
Stu. davil Sletiping Cars
mnl
Tourist Sleeping Oars
On Twn I III Ity 'I'i'iiiiHiioiillnuiiliil
Ti-i-Iiih In I'anli liii-i'i-liiin
Por rules, resorvalioiis and
any Intoi'ination doslrod
apply !•• local URPiil nr
K. .1. Ilu.vl". A.O.I'.A., Vii vol'
JOHN Mill-'.. I),I'.A.', Ni'lmin
Cranbrook Conservative
Association
PUBLIC
MEETING
In New Opera House, Cranbrook, B.C., TUESDAY, 1ST
OCTOBER, 1907, at 8 o'clock
p.m.
To welcome the presence among us of MR. R. L.
BORDEN, MaP., Leader of tlie Opposition in the
House of Commons at Ottawa, who will lie accompanied by
THE HON. RICHARD MCBRIDE. Vernier
Jritish Columbia.
All are Cordially invited to Attend
SPECIALLY RESERVED SEATS FOR LADIES
By Order of the Executive
JOSEPH RYAN, Secretary
I'KANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kooteaay.
Tuke notice thut Robert Little of
Fori Steele, occupation prospector, intends tu apply for u special licence over
llm following described lands :— Com-
melng ut u post plunted one mile
wost nf tht' soutli west corner of T. L.
2113 issui'd to O.S. Krizzell. thenee west
*0 ehains,thence .south 80 clialns, thenee
east 80 chains, thence north 81) ehuins.
Robert Little.
Located June  5,   1907;  registered
June 20, 1907.   The time for the com*
inenceinont of the publication of this
notice Ib extended until tlie Hlth, duy
nf September 1907.
J. F, Amstrong.
Assistant  Commissioner of
Lands and Works. 37
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Cranbrook, B.C.
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE
m-lW   WI'lSTMINS'l'I'li,   ll.C.
Rocoivos Imili Ladles unci
(lmil li'iiien us Resilient in'us Day
Siiiilimis. lias a complete Com-
iiii-i'i'ial in- Husiness Course. Prepares sliuleuls lo gain Teachers'
Ci'i'tiliiiates of all grades, ln
aflilllation with Toronto Uni-
vkusitv gives the four years
course for the B.A. degree, and
the first year ot the Toronto
School of Science. Has a
special "Prospectors Course"
for miners who work iu B.C.
Instructions given in Art.
.Music, Physical Culture ami elo-
qution.
Por   Calendar   etc,   address
Columbian College".
Term opens September 17th.
1 I ill Hi.
lli-.ul  lln- I'liispti-tnr,
Aih-L-itist* in tlm Prospector,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Take notice tlmt Manly II. Oralg, nf
Perth, N. tl. oti-nipatlon Timber Land
Engineer, Intends toapply fora special
timber licence ovei- thn following desorlbed lands:—
Commencing at a poat plant,-.1 20
nhaiiiH went of tin- suiilli west cornor of
Licence Lnt No. W'02, tlience suuth 80
ehains, thence west so chains, tlience
north SO ehains, thence east Sll chalna
to iiliii'ii nf coinmenooinent,ami i-oniiiin-
Ing lllll ai-l-es nioi-i* or less.
Manly II. Craig.
Dated Aug. ltlth, WO". .'II
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Kootenay.
Take nollce that Manly II. Craig, nf
Perth. N. It. occupation Timber Land
Knglncet-. Intends tn apply for a special
Umber licence oyer thi following described lanils:
Commenoing at, a post plnnted abotit
:I0 i-haius soutli of tlm north west
eoruer of Licence Lot 81101, thenee west
about 110 chains bo the east boundary
of C. P. II. 45111, tbenoe south 50 chains,
thenee east 110 ehains, thonee norlh 60
chains to place of beginiiingand contain,
iny tllll acres more nr less.
Manly II. Craig.
Hated Aug. Kith, I'M'. 'Ml
Salvation Arum bdiTiit,k->
PATMORE H.M.I.
Sunday Servloes:
Afternoon   -  -   3 o'clock
l-'.venlllj.      ■      ■     8 O'clock
Sun,lay School al 1.40 p.Ill,
Meetings held every nlghl   in  iln
week except Monday nl 8 p.m.
-,
Hethodisl Churoh.
KoiiRltT IIi'iiks, Pastor
SuiiUtiy Miiriiing Service at 11 ll.lll,
fellowship meeting - - 12-IRa.lu.
Sunday Schooland llibl.-ClasaS p,m.
A special Invitation is given lo
young men to alloilil Hie pastors
bible class.
flthe H»ro0pector.
SATURDAY, SKPT, '.'8, 1907.
Meet on Ouster Battlefield.
Hillings, Muni., Sepl. -li.
Excursions to the Custer battle-
Held ami lo I'miipey's pillar, eusl
ol' Millings, inailc ruinous by the
visit ol' Lewis anil Clark in 1004,
will he features of the twenty-
I'ortli annual reunion ol the
Society of Molilalia Pioneers,
which convened here today,
The name of W. M. Clark is
carved in Hie walls of Poinpoy's
pillar, and lo protect this an iron
grating was erected several years
igo. Reports of the officials
show thul I'iii of the Molilalia
trail blazers have died within the
last year. It is expected that
this will be tlie last big meeting
of tho pioneers, and to commemorate it the society has issued a
publication containing numerous
Important historical documents,
among thom the tribute paid the
pioneers by General U. S. Grant
at the driving of the golden spike
at Gold Creek, upon the completion of the Northern Pacific
railroad, September 8, 1888,
CRANBROOK LAM) DISTRICT
Dlstrlot nl Kootenay,
Tuk.- notice thai Manly 11. Craig, nf
Perth, N. li. ocouputlon Timber Lund
Kiigliu-ei-, intends to apply inr -., special
timlier lieeuee over the tolldwtug de-
scribed lands:
I'ommenclng at a posl planted al I
■OUth    «eal    enrner   ,.[   l.nl    No,   Illi
thence - li 80 ohnlni tlience easl su
eliaiii« them urih so chains, thonee
»e»i socliuliisui place of beginning,ami
i-untalnlng mu acres mure nr less.
Manly II Craig.
Datod Aug. llth W07, '■**'■
NOTICE.
Notlco Is hereby given Unii llili'l)
iluys after date I Intend in apply in the
Chlol Commissioner  ol   Lands   ami
Works for a licence to piospeul I ml
uml potroloiim un the following ilea,
urllied land situate In Block Willi Kiwi
Kootonay dislriel llriiisli Columbia:
Cominenelng al a posl  plnnleil near
iln- Snntli Pork nf Akainlnii Ci it
iiIhiiii live mill's north nf International
lloundnry and nboul six ami nno hall
mllos wost or thu eastern boundary ol
British Columbia, ami marked Wllllum
t'llllley's   N.   W.  eorner   pilSl,   lllelli-i
eusi SO ohalns, llionco south su elmlns,
thence wosl 80 nliatns, tliem-t- north 80
i'llllllia III place nf eilllllllelieellielil, coll-
lalnlng IHO acres more or leas.
I.neiiteil July 23, 11)07.
William Plnni-y,
Loeator,
c. N. MoOrogor,
lib Agent,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl nl Kootenay,
Tako notice thai Manly 11. Crnlg, ol
Perlli. N, B. occupation Timlier Land
Engineer, Intends in apply turn special
timber  licence m-or tlio following do-
el'ilied luuds:
Coiniiiennlng al u pnst plunteil at the
N. K. Corner of Lol 8882, thenue wesi
about 40 eliains In lllennrlll west coi-llor
Lul 8282, llience nortli iiIhiiii 211 eluiius
In the norili line of Lieeuee  Lot Nu.
81107, tlience west lllllllll IS elmlns tuttle
East Hue iif Let 11178, ihenee north 80
uhalns, tlience east 40 chains, thonee
suulli IU) ehains. ■ tlienee east about I'i
llllills. Ilicnee suulli lUehains In place uf
hogillllillg, containing IHO acres more
in- less.
Manly 11. Craig,
Dated Aug. 20th, 1UU7. .'Hi
Kootenay
Steel
an&e
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The oven door
of the Kootenay
drops down and
provides a shelf
upon which to
rest the pans
drawn from the
oven.
The door is
strongly braced
CRANHROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Take notice lhat Manly II. Craig, nf
Perth, X, B, ooou|Nitlon Tlmbor Land
Kngineer, intends to apply for a special
timlier lieence nver llle following described liinds:-
Commeiiuing at, a pusi, plunteil at the
Suuth West Corner nf Lnt No. 91128,
tlience west 80 clialns, Uience nnrth 80
chains, thenee easl, 80 ehains, llience
south 80 ehaius to place of commenoement and containing till) aoros moro or
less.
Manly II. Craig.
Dated An-', llllli 11817. Illi
NOTICE.
IN THK MATTER (IP A.N application for Ihe issue nf a duplicate
Oertillunto of Title for Lot U, Hloek It,
and Lots 3 and 8, lllnek fi, Lake Shore
Addition Moyie, City (MiipOSl).
NOTICK IS IIKKKBY GIVEN lhat
ll Is my Intention to issue a duplicate of
the Cortllleato ol Title fur the above
mentioned lots at, the e.xpii-atinii of one
iininili from the lirst publication hereof
iu the name nl John Day which Certill-
cate uf Title is iiateil llie 4th day uf
Oetober 1809 and nuiuhorcd 2404 K,
"II. I-'. MacLeod,"
Ilisirict Registered,
Land Registry Olllee, Nelson,   11. C,
September 20th, IW, IW
The Canadian Newspaper Directory Por 1907.
We have jusl received from
the publishers, A. McKim,
Limited, of Montreal & Toronto,
a copy of liifi" edition of the
Canadian Newspaper Directory.
This is llie fourth edition of
this valuable work, which is
filling a very real need in Canada, and deserves a place on the
desl; of every business man. It
is the enly Newspaper Directory
published in Canada that has
gone heyond a lirst edition, and il
has now become the standard
work of reference for all Information about newspapers.
It not only lists and describes
fully every periodical in the
country, giving full particulars
but il supplies, as well, a coin
prehensive Gazetteer of the Do
minion.
Comparing lhis edition with
former ones, we note a large increase in the number of papers
which have supplied detailed
statements of circulation supported by affidavit and thereby
received the Star of Honor.
This i.s as it should be. aud helps
to put newspaper advertising on
a more business like basis. The
rapid growth of the new western
provinces is very apparent, for
they are erediteil with fully twice
as many papers as in 1905.
The McKim Advertising
Agency, publisher of this work,
hus been formed into a limited
company, capitalized at #200,000,
to be known as A. McKim,
Limited, wilh headquarters al
Montreal, u branch office in
Toronto, uml representatives in
New York anil London, Kng.
This change has been made to
facilitate the haudlinir of their
steadily increasing business.
Ever since this business was
founded by Anson McKim,
more than twenty years ago, llie
McKim Agency has slood high
hi favor with both publisher and
advertiser, Their melhods are
right up-to-date enterprising,
progressive uml systematic to a
degree.
Tlie Hrm bus won uu enviable
reputation fur fair dealing and
prompl payiiiiuilsuml is undoubtedly al, tlio head of llu- profession
in this country.
Wantud: Pi'olltiiblc|iroiioBll.liiiiii|ioii
ror t-eliulile man iici|llllliited among fruil
erinvers am] with nullity a-, salesman.
Full nr pari time, Slate ago, experience ami references, I It-own Urns. ('o,,
Nurserymen Ltd., Briwn's Nurserius,
I Out.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Take notice tlmt Manly II. Craig, nl
Perth, N. H. oeeupulioii Timlier Luml
l-'.iigim-er, intends tu apply lur u speeiui
timber lieence ever the following deserllied lands:
Commencing ut a post plunteil uu
chains west uf tiie suuth west enrner nl'
Licence Lot Nu. 8li0:t. thenee solllll III
chains, thenco west to the east
boundary uf the C. 1'. II. 4B0I iiIhiiii Hill
chains, theuce north 40 ehaius. thence
east luu chuius in pluee uf commencement and containing 040 acres mure or
less.
Manly 11. Craig.
Daled Aug. llllli 1007. 80
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that Manly II. Craig, nl
Perth. N. II. occupation limber Luml
l*nglnoer, Intends to apply fora special
tinilier licence nver tin- following ile-
scribed lands:
Cominenelng at a post planted about
45 chains west und 120 chuius smith uf
the smith west corner nf Lot   Nn.  11174
ur ut, the snntli Kast corner nl Licenci
l.nt SO.-*-*, tlience sniitli 80eliains. thenci
west 811 eliains, tlienee north SO eliuiiis,
llience eust 80 eliuins to place uf com-
ineiieenu'iit. und containing 040 acre*
more ur less.
Manly II. Craig.
Iiateil Aug. 17th. 11107. :u
MCCLARYS
LONDON. TORONTO. M0I.TKCAL, WINNIPEG. VANCtlUVt R. ST. JOHN, II'Mil ton
PATMORE   BROS.,  Sole   Agents
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
ni       ,      r m       When vou want a good
Headquarters fm* mining   <*!■
•    ii.- '     *    place   In   stop   come In llie
men anil old tuners. •it    ' '
"•    Manitoba.
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
I NORTH   STAR       J
HOTEL S
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H. W. DREW. Proprietor.,_^-*-^> *
Kimberley,   B. C.
NOTICE.
Notiee is hereby gflven that thirty
days after dute I inti'ml to apply to the
Cblef Commissioner of Lands ami
Works for a license tn prospect for coal
and petroleum on thi- following desurihed land situate !u Block -I'lft.l Kast
Kootenay district llriiisli Columblu:
Commencing'ul a post planted near
the .South Fork of Akamina Creek
about four miles north of the International Boundary nud alwnt six and
one-half miles west of the eastern
boundary of British Columbia, and
marked .lames ll. Low's N. W. uorner
posl, tlience cant. HO chains, thonoe
south SO chains, thenee wesi, SO eliains.
thenee north so ehains to plaee of commencement, containing (140 acres more
or less.
Located July 22, 11102.
Junius It, Low.
Locator,
ti. N. McCroffor
85 Agent.
MlNKItAI. AIT-
I'i.llM r.
OKltTlt-MOATK op iMpinvKMrtN'r*
NOTICK.
IIII.I. NVi:. UK I'AUK, ANIi NAHMV
MIN'I'.UAL CLAIMS.
Klllliittl 111 tliu Porl StdfllO Million UIvInIoii
nr tittHt Koolonny Dlairlut.
Wlmrelooiitfit:  ut iin- lioad of Trail crook.
takk NOTIOK,ilnitJHinoHA. Harvoy froo
Mi 'h I'lTiiiiuitr N<>.  ii i:u>:i tih ngoiit ror
Arthur H- .'Vowh-ii .•'rouMlnor'af.'ortMcnloNo
h lonidliiirkm-l. ItuynolilH I'm- Minor's fiord
llcilU' No. HIOIH nml Hi-I.IT IT. Kill I liml MOD Fl'i'i'
MIoor'HfJtirUficiito Nn. ii nn:,, lntum.1, sixty
iluys from ilitto horoof, to it|i|)ly to tlio Mhiliift
Ki'iioritor (nr rorilllciitos of ImtirovomoiiUi for
tlio piirtiiwootolUftlnhiif Grown aninu of onoti
of uliovo eliilinx
Ami fiiriliir liikc notlco Hint Hot loll, uilUor
Sfi'iiuo ilT, imiM I mn nu- I Iraforu i In' Imu*
miii' uf siu'lH'crlltlnili'snf lin|in>,i' m-
Uuloil tlili IStll Uny ni Jul). A.D. I'm;
iii J. a, Harvey.
| CENTRAL    HOTEL I
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Marysville, B.C.       COLE & HANDLEY, Prop
Tin- I. Iiii?.'* Hotel of ihi' Si.
Mary's Valluy.  Niconlry r >
newly   fiirnisliecl,      Table   us
"uml ns unv in Koolonav.
FOUND
ON I1AKKR s*l*.. uN'K Iniiili WEST ul-'
IIII.I.   K   rn.     Th iiy  |,',ii,-., in imwi
.   Uml nm imili,. Iif., worth Hi.- Ilvlne*.
Tit
an note
E. H. SMALL, Manager
School of Mining
A COLLEGE OF APPI.IFD SCIKNCE.
Alllllltf d Is Qor r ns Unlvrrslly.
Tlu ffltawhii Umi art atttrt*:
I-Knur Vpioi'Conr«for Ucf t rr or ».Sc.
II—Thltfl VrBm' Cotir»efor Dtplom*.
u-Mlnlnj Kiiuuiprrlnf.
t—Chemistry and Minenlofy.
c—Mlnpulorr *nA Oolofy.
KINGSTON.  ONT.     ."'S^^r''
P.r CK-nd.r of lh. School .nd lorll.ar        ^'^T^Z'.'.nT.''
Ulorniiiloii, >pplj u ih. BcneUrr, Bchool       r-SJKlrletl Kntl.eariii,.
ol Mlainl, KlDploa, Ont.rlo. *   Hiolujr •"<! fuhlic Hc.llh.       , THR PROSPECTOR  ORANBROOK   B, C, SKPT, 2*, 1007
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PINK'S Pure Food Grocer}  Departmeul
New Bon Bon dishes that are
pretty enough to hold the sweetest things ever made.
CHINAWARE
We have just unpacked oar
first shipment of Now China— a
selection that will almost be
wilder. See our now B.C. Crest
goods -Foley's name on every
piece. Vases. Mugs. Plates. Cups
and Saucers. Creams, etc.. etc.
#
Our Goods are
(jUARANTtED
MONEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED,
am*
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PINK'S Crockery ami Glassware Dept.
New porridge sets that will
amuse the youngster more than
his favorite toys.
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 28. IU07
Have You
DeteGtive Euesiont?
Tobaccos  I
A PULL LINK OP
GALLAHERS
IRISH
TOBACCOS
MIGHTON'S
cigar store
I LOCAL NEWS. |
■l-liiimAliiAimiiii.iiii4m4iii^^yimH^j.
1)  R. Yates ni Wyclilfe was iu
I lho city Tuesdny on business.
Mr. A, Iv Watt drove in frum
Wattsburg Tuesday on business.
Steam and Hot Water Heating
al Patmore Hros.
Mr, nnd Mrs. ft, 11. Jones of
Wurdiier were Cranbrook visitors
Monday.
R. Joyce uf Port Stoele Junction was ui Cranbrook Friday
nu business.
A. II. Perry of Morcus, Wash.,
nml A. ft, Northcote of Toronto
were guests al Ihu Cranbrook
Priday.
'I'lu- C, P. tl., announces a
rate of $11,80 to Spokane and
return on September 30th.
and returning Oct.. "th.
Spokane Pair, a fare of one
and one-third from Crunbrook to
Spokane and return during fair
Dr. Watt, and Indian Agunt
R. I. T. Galbraith of Fort Steele
were Cranbrook visitors Tuesday.
The Thanksgiving turkey has
aguin been notitied thai his execution hus been fixed for several
days before Thursday,
Everybody   welcome   al   the
Hordei etlng    on   Tuesday
evening   nexl    al    the    Opera
House,
Mrs, ft. .1. Gillespie, mother
ni .1. A i llllespie, witli hor young
son Wilfrid wero Cranbrook
visitors this week.
J. D. McBride,
Hardware    V
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■7>"-~- •     ***7    '•   l nesday   night,    liunil    Muslin
a STEWART'S fl
,....,,. .,,,.,      Shorl says thai  he is going tn
have ii imiiil Uml will bo second
Ulfltncl -if Kootenay,
Tuk,, i„,i ,,-■ ihal Man]   fl, I i-n ;    nl
■""■'■ i-KAniN'i r-'iuri mow.    .|Vrtli v ,-.,.,....„.,.,.„; ., ;,,,„„  ,..,„„
Kn-finet-i*, intiind   In ipp . lor i apm-lal
Arriving Today: m , i   „„ ,,,..
PLUMS, PRACIIRS, (1RAPK.S "r^™JJ"^    ,. ,     ,..,.,   lh(i ,
CANTAliOI'PRS liiOi-linina ii-m anil 4ll c-lm ,'■   ■,,.'„",',!
WATF.RMKLONS, PKAKS     u, „i, „..,. „,„.„,.|, „i i.„- ■.„   ,,i;i,
APPLRS, TOMATOKS '"* * Imlii» w™i -  Nrn-ili  IV™i
IIA/.t;i,Wiin|i II 'K CRKAM        „Ilth fii".|iii!n„'i'hii'i'i',-o went HO oliiii'nu'j
I ilia nurth HO i-hnlim, ihiini u-i  NO
i-lialnu iu I'.iint of luiglnniiig nml tion-
Stewarts Fine Cliocolati
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      flrmstrofiti, flvc.
tJiinim- lilll m-i'i-a null-., ill- N,-,
Manly II,
laluil Mil'. IHth, 11)1*7,
lo inun- in the Kootetiuys,
Patmore Bros, have received
n cur luml of steam and hoi
water boaters this week, and
uro busily engaged in installing
ii lurge Imi wator boating plant
in iln- new (Iranbrook Hold,
(loorgc l.i-iirli. .1. McSweyn,
W Uiihnck, .1 Davis uiul T.
Wilson lefl nn Friday for llio
coast, Hi-inn- returning lho
parly will tako in llin big fair nl
New Westminster, luid all the
pi incipal coasl cities.
Patmore Urns. Blower Pipe
experts,
Vlnce T.iiddii-nut was al Spokane this week.
Born—Monday, September 2_,
to Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Baron, a
son.
V. Hyde Baker. C. M. Keep
and .1. Ryan left on Wednesday
on a business trip to Waldo.
F. E. Hush and Coo. lleald of
Bonners Perry were in the city
Wednesday.
Inspector of Public Schools. .1.
D. (iillis. wasal Elk valley this
week arranging for a school iu
that valley, about II miles from
Michel.
Mr. Findlay or Moyie occupied
the pulpit at Knox Church nu
Sunday lasl while Kev. ('. 0.
Muiu wus at Coal Truck opening
a new Presbyterian churoh,
Sue the Perfect Pantry al
Patmore Bros. A complete
Kitchen Oabinot, lakes up bul
little space, handles! on Hm
market,
W. .1. frost, nf, Hosmer, A.
Mellor of Marysville and Editor
ft, .1. Smythe of the Moyie Leader were guests al the Cosmopolitan Monday.
Customers will pitman biilir in mind
that ull accounts urn due on or before
the 10th, no discount lu-iuM  allowed
i.t'tur thnt dute,   Ollirc will be open
from 7 to 9 on evening ol* 10th.
Pleuse brinv; bills.
Crunliniiili Electric Light Oo. Ltd.
Water Supply Co. Ltd.
Mr. Tipping will conducl lho
services at the Methodist Church
nexl Sunday, 1,'i-v. Mr, Hughes
will proacli nl Marysvlllo ami
Wycllfi'o,
A. Shanklan is oxpoctod
homo today from au oxtondod
visit to the old country. Mr,
Shanklan will bo accompanied
by Mrs. Shanklan, "Art" having
joined thu nnl>li' army nf benedicks during his visit.
Public Meeting
Under the auspices of tho
Cranbrook Conservative Association will bi> Imlil ul the
New Opera House. Cranbrook.
mi
Tuesday. 1st October. 1907
at tho hour ol 8 o'clock p.m., to
welcome the presence amongst
us of Mr. R. L, Borden, M.P..
Leader of the Opposition in the
House of Commons at Ottawa,
whn will be accompanied by The
Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of British Columbia.
This Great Meeting will bead-
dressed by Mr. R. L. Borden,
M.P., the Premier and others,
All aro cordially invited to attend. Specially reserved seats
for Ladies. By Order of the
Executive,
Joseph Ryan, Secretary
Mrs. Cook of Ryan is visiting
Mrs. Hugh Stewart during the
absence of Mr.  Stewart  ut the
enlist.
Pino grapes, bananas, plums,
pours, peachos and applos al
Stowurts today.
Sum. McDonald who luis boon
ill at the St, Eugene hospital for
somo time with typhoid fovor,
Is receiving tho sincore congratu
Ial ions nf his many friends upon
Ills recovery.
A. ('. Bowness and Chas. Arm
strong woro hunting ducks al
Bummers Phil on Wednesday,
tin-y returned wilh n nice bunch
nf milliards.
Lester Clapp, Prank Dickinson, VV. Lamb, and ll. J, Bgan
loft on Thursday on u hunting
expedition to Castle mountain,
they will bo awuy aboul ten
iluys.
II. A. Clements, representing
tho American Typo Foundry Co,
of Vancouver wus transuding
business ul Cranbrook Thursday.
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YOUR WHILE TO PAY US A VISIT
Our entire stock of Scotch, Brussel, and Axmluster
by the yard to be cleared oul al 25 PER CENT OFF regu-"
lur prices, We have decided to give up all Oorpets by
the yard hence our reason for ihis reduction. Dont
miss ihis chance.
i FLOORCLOTHS
9 Vie havo just   recoived  ;i  fresh delivery of Floor-
9 cloths  iu   '.   1.  2 nnd   I yards wide.    The designs and
9, colorings are porfeel  and al  prices sure to meet wilh
9. your approval.
I LACE   CURTAINS
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£ Inspection  Invited
BUMS BR0THE11S
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Up To Laurier.
Why Cough to The Coffin
T R Y
A niii'isloi pel iliun signed  by
huudrods of llriiisli ('iiliiuiliiiinsi
is on its way lo tho prom lor, sir Dr. Scott's Prescription
Wilfriil Laurior,    ll prays that, \o. (Ml or
regardless of foreign countries
and all s imoiiiul and political       *^<>Itl Cure Tables
considerations, tho government
iinniediiilely  puss such   legislu-j    They do the work ami arrest
Hon us may bo roijitlsile to on- the most stubborn cold.
sure an   absolute  exclusion   of
Orientals from tlto Dominion nfi    ^
Canada,    So far the Japanese     BEATTIE & ATCHISON
govornmonl bus niado uo claim i
nn iiu- Dominion government for     Where It Pays to Deal.
damages on uccounl of the Van-
a few other enterprises  which
i-uuver troubles.
Mineral Float.
The   (iyi inasiiini    Commitloi
nm preparing u programme with]    Every     mining     proposition
which in upon the   institution placed on lh rket Iheso days
next week.     Thooxocutlvo  hus MHIst undergo a rigid scrutiity,
lieen sli-onglhoned liy  llio  add
lion of sovou'iiil young men who
have llu- wnrk of tlio Clyiu al
liouri, uiul u, successful season is
lookod for.
Thoso boiler posted  on   "l0 known    t
will make this city a lively one
next year, if they are carried out.
Silver-lead uud gold urn the
principal metal products of this
district, but uf the same time,
copper, iron and  petroleum aro
immense possibilities of lho di
tricl dn nul. Iiosifule tu prodlcl  a
surprise in the mineral world,
iiulil mining is Hu- um- imiiis-
,1. I.iml nf Spiiliune, J, Taylor
of Lethl,i-idgii, ,1.   A.   McDougal M'1'.y U'M ls ll"1 ;l1 tal <>!> Inis,s
nf Khigsgato, W. C.  Cordon of inula    combinations,     biislnos
Nelson, Or, Collin of Mnrysville, rivalry nr monopoly.
Win. Johiiiion of Nolson, and M.!   „,, ' „„„„,       • •   , ,. „     ,     ,      , ,
II.  Craig of  M 'polls were!    ' ll"1' '    s"u ' ">,ug.lull.y doveloned to a   shipping
guests at Hie Royal this weok.    i propositions near Cranbrook.and; basis.
u   exist     in     paying
t|uantltles.
At prosont bul little work Is
being dono nn Hie Aurora mine,
but a local Mnyiii syndicato have
u working bund oil tlm properly,
und operations will be resumed al
un early duto und the property

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