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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 19Q5.
No. 29.
STRICT MINING NEWS.
ItereBt to Those Engager] in
the  Development of the
Mining Industry.
j year ol the lead bounty
I'd July 1st.
hose wh»se claims wen- sold
delinquent  taxes  lust year,
vlio did not redeem them on
efore June'-80th, have for
ed  them.    After   that   date
became   the   property of
i who bid them in al the lax
fining throughout Southeast
itenay continues active with
prospects for the opening of
ral producing mines wi'hin
next twelve months.
me ol the older properties
e district iIml have lain idle
.everiil years are being put
for flither development
now engaged
ii the North
As soon u-> circiim-
nt the force will be
lliiiutii"rsl:idt.
the employ of
a  number of
from the coast,   A nuin-
was iu   Cranbrook during  the I the 12th had been well spent and | return
a,Trang. L-~.oo.orl  thankfulness to  theiber of citizens   were  on hand
early part of the week
j ing for 11  series of  league
[games.
:    Th,
'clubs
[town?
ball
league
will consist of
nested in the following
Cranbrook,  Pernie, Cal-
ing the evening a success.
A Thrilling Climb.
by Sproule that Andrew   Hamil
ton be made vice-captain.
Moved by Hamilton, seconded
by Finnis that .lack Hayes, Clias
Fulljames anil Ambrose McPealt
be made the playing  Committee.
It was moved that iu case of
necessity Tate. Gallon and Me-
Connell should canvass for funds.
The secretary was advised to
arrange for games with the teams j Medici          	
ot the different towns along tha he will arrange tbe date of games I Forsyth,     Baldrey,     Volume,,
line, including Nelson. ! with the respective local clubs,   j Miller,    O'Neil,   Slemmou, and | Moyie, were Cranbrook  visitors
The secretary was also advised!    u,.    Kelly   was  appointed by iGlendenning.    The   start    was j Thursday,
to have this  published.
igary Medicine Hal, Nelson, Trail |    Last Sunday one of the most
|and Uossland. j thrilling climbs ever made in B.
Mr. Kelly left today for Pernie, | c. was undertaken  to the  cave
me Hat and Calgary where jon Hosmer mountain by  Messrs
expressed  thankfulness to
host tor his great pains in inak- upon the arrival of the special
train, who extended the courtesies of the city to the visitors,
but owing lo the lack of time the
newspaper men were unable to
accept the invitation and see the
town and other places of interest
in this vicinity.
Clias Evans and  Win.   Evans,
P. 1). McG'onnell, ^ec.
liipe
gjveil   men an
prospecting
|r nil"
inces warra
eased.      '
111,i has been
■ company
irs is foreman.
K   B,  Jones,   has a
,,i men at work on
,,„!,.i-   and    Ontario
■aims, which an
, mile aboi
Work Has Begun.
Michael Sullivan, superintendent of the Aurora property.
was iu Nelson ihe first of tho
week get ling ure cars and other
supplies for the mine. He already has several men employed
and is going right a bead with
prospecting   and    development
work      The   Diell   ate   hoarding
and    living    in    town    -Moyie
Leader.
'with Ihe respective local clubs
Kelly   was  appointed bj mma.. „-      ^^^
.the Nelson, Trail and Rossland j made from Pernie at 4 a. in. and j Pred Tate left on Friday for
clubs to arrange for games to be I the party returned at 7.80 p. m. j North Bay, where he will accept
i played hy the above named clubs i Many people have tried lo reach1 a position with his uncle in a
I along the Crow's Nest Railway. 1 the cave and  failed      Forsyth | large jewelery establishment.
ui
force of]
III, Mem
mineral '
situated about
Ki nberley.
  mining se,
of
." ed    111   a    bllb
There an
They are located
IWeilty miles   away
directions,
Ambngst oil men much interest
has  been  aroused
ithat drilling wi
■nenced on a number of claims
In the Flathead valley.
Mining experts from all  over
Ihe
;     SHORT IN HIS ACClDNTS
! Jam 8 Gill Arrested for Km
bezzl'msif, The Ar.ount if
i-aid to be About $1,003
.lames  l
,•■   V     II
ill,
confide
Baker
agent;  and  bo()|i In
Standard   Litmher
,|     Feline    i-
Cranbrook, lo thi
ihls   district,    may  be
i     i arrest,
it   wheel. ""
,      ,, appropriating Sl,ooo.
mines in Cranbrook,	
I  from  three to
different
111 I'iell,
townsiti
uler
I'itl
by   the news
soon  be  com-
For
been
town
 ly   Iwo weeks   it lias
|ineilv rumored around
thai James 0111 was short
in his accounts, und lhat he had
confessed to appropriating about
$900.
On Monday last Gill was missing,   and   it  was openly  stated
mine was 2,720 tons of concentrates, says the Moyie Leader.
Monday, July 3rd. was payday
at the mine, and the company
distributed a little over $28,000.
There are about 300 men on the
payroll.
The machinery for the new 30
drill air compressor is being installed as rapidly as possible,
and a big effort will be made to
have it running by the first of
August. The company is behind
with development work, and as
soon as this machinery is ready
to run, an additional one hundred men will be put to work.
This will bring the wages paid
monthly up to nearly $40,000.
The mine paid a $70,000 divid
end on July 1st.
The Nelson base ball club
will play Cranbrook on Thurs
day July 20th.
The Cranbrook Lacrosse Club
and Intermediates had a practice game Friday evening.
Try the .fresh home made
candy ul the Candy Makers,
Armstrong Ave.
LATE TELEGRAPHIC NIW8
Duke of Sax-Coburg of Age-Corn-
menial Insolvencies, in United
States-Amerioani'. to'.Compots.
Berlin, July IS.—The coming
of age next week of Duke Karl
Edward of Sax-Coburg and
Gotha, will be made the occasion
for extended festivities in the
little duchy. The Duke, who is
the youngest of German sovereigns, is very popular among
his subjects and the celebration
promises to assume quite unusual proportions even on such occasion.
Washington, D.C., July 15.—
Commercial insolvencies in the
United States injthe first half of
1905, were 0,210 In numbers ,and
$55,904,585 in amount of defaulted indebtedness. Numerically this shows scarcely any alteration in comparison with the
6,214 failures In the corresponding six months of last year, but
a most encouraging decrease appears In last year's liabilities'of
$79,490,909, are considered.
FOR THE LEVA8SEUR CDP
Lethbiidge Defeats Cranbrook hy
a Score of 3- 2.
The tirsi game of lacrosse for
the Levasseur Cup was played
on the athletic grounds Cranbrook ou Monday.
Those who have seen lacrosse
played in many championship
games, say that the Cranbrook-
LelhbridgR game was a fast,
clean, and most exciting game.
Americans to Compete.
Berlin, July 15.—An international aspect is given to the German   uational    regatta    which
opens  tomorrow    through  the
participation of   the American
champions, Jack Mulchay  and
Bill   Varley.    Tbe    Americans
have been   in   steady training
since their arrival here from the
other side and have high hopes
of    making   a    good  showing
against the best German scullers
even if they do not succeed in
Flay was called at 1.46.   Oran- L ^^ onder ^
brook started off with a rush and „ „ „,_.___
Patten scored for the home team |
in 45 seconds.
CRANBROOK.   B.C.
111*.        MU        .-          ,
that he was making his way into j      ORANGEMEN CELEBRATE
world have visited South-
Kootenay in the interest of
nionied men. and all of them unqualifiedly endorse tho district.
The shipping mines of South
east Kootenay are of great magnitude and value, with as many
line prospect as could be wished
for.
John P. Larsen, is now on-
gaged in doing the annual assessment work on tho Tiger-Poor-
man group of claims, which are
situated on the divide between
the north fork of Wild Horse
creek and Sheep creek.
The lead ore market has cer
tainly been very steady during
[ tho half year just closed. Tho
year opened with this mineral at
taH per ion and has remained
around this price very closely
all the time.
A   Pittsburg   firm   has   been
awarded the   contract   for the
erection of tho new coal tipple
for the Canadian Northern Kail-
way Coal   company at Fernie,
British  Columbia.   The   structure  will bo entirely of steel,
fitted in the factory, and the material will weigh over 800 tons.
it will be 30 feet wide,  will extend across the valley a distancelery
of 900 feet, and will have a ca- ""
pacity for 4,000 tons per day.   It
will be fitted with all the latest
tipple machinory, and when completed will cost $170,000.
the  United  States.    A warrant I  -
ssued, which was placed in! At church   On  Sunday-Parade
the hands or Constable Morris
of Cranbrook. and telegrams
for his arrest sent to every available point in the district. Upon
receipt of the telegram GUI was
arrested at Elko, but later on
succeeded in making his escape
and crossed the line at Tobacco
Plains.    *.„ „  _.__ ^	
Wardner  were in close j This is the first anniversary
all I the lodge in this place and was
night finally caught up wi
and Banquet on
July 12th
Last Sunday morning the mem-
, bers of tho local Lodge of Orange-
I men   marched   in   order to the
I Methodist Church whore an ap-
Constahles  Morris and ! propriale service was conducted.
Dow  of
pursuit, and after  travelling	
th and ! well attended. On Wednesday
arrested him at Eureka, Mont, evening at 7-30 the usual parade
Soon after his arrest Gill waiv-1 was held when a large number
ed extradition proceedings and marched through the different
returned with the officers with- streets led by the strains from
was I the bag-pipes furnished by Mr.
McCowan. At 9 o'clock all
placed in jail to await a prelim- marched to "The Wilga" where
inary hearing on a .-barge of! a sumptious repast had been
embezzlement. laid, prepared by  Mr.  Hoadly.
Since   Mr    Gill's  attempted The order is to be congratulated
escape it is said that his short Ion tho success of the uudertak-
$1,800,  and i lnS not «nly "s regards the numbers but also the extonsiveness
discrepancies are  missing,   inai|w   r--» lln"      ° e"
• - • tbuBlasm manifested. After all
had salistied tho wants of the
inner man an Interesting programme was rendered consisting
out  further   trouble.    He
taken to  Pernie where  lie  was
and Baldrey claimed tohavesucceeded last fall but their words
were doubted until Sunday proof
was found that they had got
there as slated. The party on
Sunday hung a white cotton
banner across the cave. The
cave is 60 feet wide, 90 feet
high and 100 feet long. The
last 200 feet of the climb was a
feat that few would care to try.
It was around the mountain on
a Utile narrow self of rock which
requiredgreatcareas afalse step
meant certain death on the jagged rocks far below. Photos
were taken of the cave, but somo
of the party would not repeat
the trip for $100 a minute,
supense has too tearing an effect
on the nerves.—Fernie Ledge.
MARYSVILLE   THE
CITY.
SMELTER
Town Lots Are Now on the
Market—New Furnaoe About
Completed.
Stars and Stripes.
age will amount lo
that   the   Ixioks containing his
ihal I0' the programme
been cached   or do
they have
stroyod.
There was considerable sympathy expressed, at lirst, for Mr.
Gill on account of his family,
but his actions since the discOV-
of his shortage, and his
attempt to escape during Mr.
Bakers absence he has forfeited
the confidence of all his friends.
of
and
Rev. J.
after dinner
p,  Westman
The Intermediates Organize
"Mother" Goes to Portland.
At a meeting hold on the ath
eletic grounds Monday afternoon
for the purpose of organizing an
Intermediate Lncrosse Club, tho
following officers were elected:
Moved by Hamilton,  seconded
by Marshall that Ed. Johnson be
made chairman for the meeting.
'    Moved by Hamilton, second by
McPeak that Francis McConnell
be made secretary.
Moved by McConnell, seconded by Hamilton that Vic. Rollins
be made president.
Moved by Pulljames, seconded
by   Finnis   that  Ross  Tate be
made captain.
Moved by Murphy, seconded
A dinner was given last Wed
nesday evening at tho Canadian
Bank of Commerco mess-room to
bid "so long" to J.  A. Mothor-
well,    who    left  for  Portland
on Thursday where ho will act
as accountant for the branch of
the Canadian Bank of Commerce
in that  city.   Mr.   Motherwell
has   been   in   Cranbrook  three
years  and   no"Bank Boy" was
more respected  and liked  than
"Mother".    He leaves a lot of
friends  behind   who  wish him
every prosperity in the new field
of usefulness.
songs
speeches.
was asked to lake the chair. He
responded and immediately pro-1
posed the toast to the King. The)
request was complied with and
all joined in singing "God Save
the King". The following was
the order of the toast list which
followed:
The land We Live In; proposed by Mr. Wallace, responded to by Mr. Smith.
Our Society; was responded
to by Mr. Joyce and }Af, McLean.
Visiting Brethren; by Mr.
Praser and Mr. Taylor.
Tho Government! by Mr.
Osboru aud Rev Mr  Lundy.
Our Town; Mr. McCowau and
Mr. McEachern.
The Press; was proposed by
Rev. J. P. Westman.
1    Tho Ladies; Mr. Clayton and
Mr. Hayward.
At the conclusion of the pro-
Among the Craft.
The  regulat  monthly convo
cation of Rocky Mountain Chap
ler R. A. M. was held at Masonic
Hall Cranbrook Tuesday evening.
There was a fairly  good attendance,  a number  of sojourning
companions from Pernio and Sir
dar being  present.     After the
business of the evening was concluded, the companions and visitors adjourned to the spacious
dining room of the Cosmopolitan
Hotel and partook of a collation
which was much enjoyed by all.
Strawberry
The animal strawberry festival was held by the ladies of
Christ Church in the Wentworth
Hall last Wednesday evening
Refreshments were served
throughout the evening. Several musical numbers were rendered by messers Ryan and Gibbs,
and about 10 p.m., the hall was
cleared and dancing was indul
ged in for »n hour or twa   The
onterlaitiment was a success in
every way- 	
Was at Cranbrook.
Marysville,    July    12.—Now
that the smelter here is in active
operation  and   there  is  every
promise of permanent activity,
the Marysville  Townsite  company,    with    head    offices    at
Spokane,  has decided to place
lots on the market. The demand
for building sites has been increasing of late, both on the part
of smelter employees and  busi
ness men, but the townsite company declined to sell until such
time as there were satisfactory
assurances that the smelting industry was firmly established.
The   company   now feels   that
this time has arrived, and Prank
P. Hogan, president of the company, has appointed E.  J. Clayton,   of   this    place,    townsite
agent.
F. D. Weeks, superintendent
of the smelter has gone to the
coast for the benefit of his
health.
In a recent match witli Crau-
brook the local football team
won out by a score of I to 0.
An arrangement has been entered into by local storekeepers
to close on Sundays and at 7-80
p.m. week days, except Saturdays and paydays. This plan
worked well, bul its success is
now threatened by one of the
parties thereto failing to live up
to the agreement. Six days a
week, and twelve hours a day at
that, ought to satisfy any storekeeper, no matter how anxious
he may be to dispose of his
goods.
It is expected that with the
completion of the new furnace
at the smelter tbe force of men
employed will be considerably
increased.
The second game was equally
as fast and in one minute was
won by a shot by Manahan.
This fast work rather worked
up the visitors, and the next
goal was scored for the visitors
by Pred Gow iu 1 minute 52
seconds.
At this time the referee sent
Miller of Cranbrook to the
benches for three minutes.
The second quarter started off
with fast work on both sides,
and Gow of Lethbridge shot, and
found the net in 2-151 seconds.
A second goal was made by
Robinson in one and a half
minutes.
Half time: Cranbrook 2, Lethbridge 3.
In the third quarter the
struggle was fierce, Cranbrook
done its best to even up the
score, but for the remainder of
the quarter Lethbridge defended
its goal so well that their best
combination failed. Mr. McDonald of Lethbridge was off for
five minutes in this quarter.
During the final quarter the
pace was furious, Cranbrook had
the ball at the Lethbridge end.
and shot several times but failed
to score. Mr. McMillen was off
for three minutes, also Carruth
ers for three minutes. The
knowledge that the game depended upon scoring in this
quarter spurred Cranbrook to
heroic exertions, but hard luck
was theirs, and no goal was
made in the final half of the
game.
At the close the game stood;
Cranbrook 2, Lethbridge 3.
The Lineup Was as Follows,
Electrical Exposition.
Baseball at Cranbrook.
Mr. B.  J.  Kelly, of Nelson,
The party of Washington, D.C,
newspaper correspondents who
haVe  been   visiting the   large
cities of western Canada during
PROGRESS AT ST. EUGENE
gramme all joined  in  singing - th d th       h
"Auld Lang Syne" and all wen   tneias ^ ^
home feeling that the evening of tran
Big Ontpnt For Month of June.
For the month ending June 30.
the output of the St. Eugene
Cranbrook Lethbridge
Mannahan goal Wallace
Bathie point Brown
Miller cover Scott
Staples... 1st defence . Porteous
McArthur.. .2nd de... .Warwick
Porter 3rd defence... Repley ]
Graham Center Scott
Patton 3rd home—Stewart
Black 2nd home Robson
Manahan... 1st home.. McMullen
Carruthers.. .outside Gow
Clothier....inside McDonald
Tate Time keeper....Sevell
McKillop . .Umpires.... Lindsey
T. H. Moore of Pincher Creek,
Referee.
Boston, Mass., July 15.—Every
thing is in readiness for the
opening in the Mechanics' Building tonight of the fifth annual
International Exposition. The
show is held in conjunction with
the annual convention of the
National Association of Electrical Contractors to be held here
next week.
The exhibits occupy 83,000
square feet of floor space and
cover the entire range of devices
in anyway pertaining to electricity. The number of working
electrical exhibits is far in excess of anything ever before assembled under one roof, including a complete exhibition of private telephone installations and
cooking by electricity. The
United States government exhibits includes an entire outfit
for field telegraphing and telephoning and many war relics
not before exhibited.
The charms ot Southern British Columbia greatly impressed
the Washington correspondents.
Baron d'Estourelles de Constant, the French member of the
Hague tribunal wants intervention by Rouvier in dispute between Sweden and Norway.
The Canadian government
steamer Kestral, captured an
American schooner, found fishing well within the three-mile
limit.
At Cardiff. Wales, an explosion of fire damp in the Khondha
valley mines, resulted in the loss
of at least 126 lives.
The Vancouver branch of the
Bank of Montreal, has received
a brick of gold from the Cariboo
Consolidated Placer Mining Co.,
valued at $25,000.
loo Cream Social.
The Ladles Aid Society ot the
Methodist Church intend hold
ing an ice cream social and garden party on the lawn of Mr.
and Mrs. McParlane of Baker
Hill on Wednesday evening of
next week. Special music will
be provided and refreshments
can be procured on the grounds.
No admission fee will be charged
to the ground. -••   -..-aTiiaw
TUE I'ROSPECTOfi, CRAXBKOOK, B D.i JULY 15, 1905
¥7 R RflKiNft POWDER    «i« wvo*peck*ic.'^:;,Lr^::,;;:;::'f,,-:,":o,a■:::f^^^^^^^^^^^^^i..-^--^
U.    |, l\.    UlUVinU    lvni/L» _»*__«»,'«• tloottot. between the rich and }j$ ^   fD A ]\|PD fifW
NOTICE.
A Powder that never varies
Always good.
Always reliable.
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOK.
1 lb 25c.    3 lbs
esc.   5ibsSi.oo   «he»w«V«tot
SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1906
aud
the poor, us to who shall profit
by her metalic discoveries, some
j of oui greatest mines have been
= discovered by men virtually
without means, and after made
valuable by co operation of those
more fortunate,
G. T. R. EXTRACTS     J
shei
Absolutely .Pure.
2 oz 25c.   4 oz 45c.
8 oz 75c.   18 oz $1.00
G. T. ROGERS.
I-AM'N and STAPLE GROCERIES  unci  CI
Cranbrook, B. C
HKBE are good reasons to     The    merchant    wh
justify tiie hopes thai are checks fur slick tiingue Strangers
iiiteriftiued concerning the townlhas no riahl to poke  fun at the
of Crnnhrook.   Indeed, ii  is the|purchaser of a gold brick
Full Strength nutnrnl metropolis nl' a mining
HOTEL
*~
and lumbering territory.
• • •
Cranhrook should bo moving
now inwards niaklug arrange-
in.'in.-, for the celebration of La-
our Day, So great was ihe success attained last year, even
though the affair wasarralngod
ina hurry, that many of the citizens resolved that they would do
all in their power lu make that
'OCKERY l'a-v Cranbrook's groat annual,
festival Wo earnestly advise
these good citizens to got together without delay to discuss
prospecls thoroughly.
— vf*
rieil the special sale  idea and  Mi—,   .       . .,   . .
nade it a success-they got a |Hot and Cold
Ot  of   people   who should trade  j$cS^S52§^i!§S?
YOU ARE TOLBLflM
If you do not do all you can io k
fortablG il.is hut weather.   One nf our
!  H&HHOGES
*    IN    \   SHADY    I'l.ACK    WILL   1IK1.1'   SOME
1
Conic and See Them
.        Prices range from
»        $2.25 to $9.00.
; C. E. REID & CO..
| Phone   7 A rp^e   DmggistS.
i      CRANBROOK.   B.C.
s DlSfKN'SlNU    i H'll    SI'Kfl \I.T .
If a general meeting of oitlzens
were held now with the object of
appointing coumiitees to take
charge of preliminaries  and to
advertise t! o celebration far and
wide, they will   Und two months
short enough for their purpose.
.  .  t
One very Interesting feature of
the metal market is the facl that
local smelter men are chasing
around over the Kootenay in
search of ores This is particular!} true of the silver-lead
smelti rs. Prom the fact that
| they desire to secure the entire
outpui ni the St. Eugene mine
tlit- lull import of present conditions is apparent.
Some of our .nerohants have
li
in
lot   of   |ieii|i
in Cranbrook  to come    to the
store   and   hike   the   bargains.
They may come again.
• •  •
Snine people make tine nurses
when  it  comes   lo  nursing   a
falsehood
.  . .
The most conclusive evidence
of increased interest ill the
lumber industry, Is supplied by
the number of limber locations
now being made.
• •  •
Every man who is strictly
honest Is Wlllltlg lolook over the
mistakes of his neighbors as his
own
• at
A number ol people have
been in Cranbrook Ibis week
looking over the agricultural re
sources in this vicinity.
• at
It is our opinion thai Gabriel
will not have tho only trumpet
at the tinal wind-up of all limits
There will be a lot of solf-mude
fellows who will insist on tool
ins.' their own horns.
?; Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection ft
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Cranbrook
I Intend toauply totbe
Culet Commission,,!- of Lull Is nrnl Worka lor t
I Spwltl License to cut una can; »w.y tlmbtr
from the following d.st'rlbed lnnilt la F.ait
Koolenuy Olatrtot, Brlll.ti IVlllwblo:
i Commencing at u post ulmitcl y, mile wealol
(lie SkOQkuinctluok river, ou llu-am creek on
I west aids anil close to tntlliioltiit up sal,! creek,
j llieuce South 160 chains, theiiei West 111 caatn»
, ttlenee Nolttl IN elialns, tlienr,-  But lOetiatui
j i,i place ,,l beginning-,
I ut. ,1 tills. 151 h tiny ol JlITi,  1*16.
S. Jolinaou.
Locator.
Hath-
J
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |
Proprietors ffi
isSs^sWrl
9 ..._         #
t
.WE. INSURE. YOU
Against any Accident and any kind of
NOTICE.
TAKE Nut.Vi. that I Intend to apply to the
chii i ComtnUsloner ot Lands und Works for a
jjpeI'lui Lloehse to cut And carry uway timber
from tiit- following described lands in feast
Kootenay DUtrlct, Brittnb Columbia,
LiuulUt'iit'ltiK lit it  post pl-tdteJ _i N. JoUu-
non's North w.-si oornor, Ibonofl .South loo
rhuliis. thenco West 10 obalni thence North
1(10 ohalns, thence But 10 chains to place ol beginning,
Dated this Ifith. day ot June 1Mb,
It. Little,
SB Locator.
How's This?
decided l.v pru-
attraction of a
I liirs;e volume of capital towards
Southeast Kootenay.
Tie limes in
! |ii:iniis  for lh
-ire
When you
i sell push
nsh it is by
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7iuiiiiau.i.uaiauuiiaiuiuiiuiii,uui.iiiuiauiiuuii^
We oltur Ouu Hundred Dollars I
wiiril for nii.v ».'iis<- ol < 'u'iutIi thai  in
mil Ik. ourod In  1 lull's Ciiiiitrli Care.
P.J. illKNKY ,v CO., Toludn, U.   ;
Wo tho undersigned have known I-'.
.1. Cheney for the iu-i  16 years, mid !
believe liim uorfeiilly honorable in all i
.   .   . business transactions  and  uiianulully  nucossi
able to carry out any obligations made
have ll cooil  thing by his lil'm.' ! purCllh
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"  '""'   ""  "''>"'; Wholosalo Drugglsu, Toledo, O.
ludiciotis advi'i'tis ,    Hull's i.atavrli Cure is taken lntor-
\m m,d Ifitllim Ihe innplu know ^W. »otlnB directly unon thei blood
1     ' unil  mucous surfaoo ol the system,
what   vou   have   io  sell.    Don I  Testimonials sent Ireo.   Price la oants
-,   ,■   .  ,,,,,      i., i,,,,,,.,,,,,      V   nerbottlo.   Sold by all Druggists,
wiiii  tor inu"- i" inipitiMj.    A i Tako BM,S 1,,11-lll>.  pUfiB,0,	
iwell  planned  advertising chum- stlnation.
paign can make them improve.   —
Take Ihe first  stop yonrsell if        Prolesslotial.
you wish lo lead in the  business '	
procession, and   when   started j       HARVEY 4 McCARTKR
I;i ep uoiii'.'.
{Sickness absolutely no restrictions wiving
vou $10 a week in case of either for
$20 a year
Payable on Terms to Suit Vou
s ^Canadian 6asoltu Go.««-*
5J0HN HUTCHISON
| -HUTCH" J
J General Agent for |
$ Cranbrook, B.C. luist Kootenay. Z
A. Mellor n«"~»»
General Merchandise
NOTICE.
TAKK NOT1CH thai I IntStld toupoly Iu the
riiirt ( oiiunlsiUuit'r of I.amU und  Workn fur ft
■ot-iiiii Llosois to out ind oarry »w»y timber
from tin- following dwarlbod Itnoj in Knti
Kixiti-nay DUtrlOt, lirlilsli OolttUlbU.
ComiDOQOOltlg ut n pool plnnied ul It   Llttll'l
Nortn West corner inwot Bontu i>^< chaiui,
tnonoo West tOohnlni, tttonooKortta nvii-tiuiu*.
tbence But tOobnlni to pun. ol '"^iiirUix
DMftd tills KhIi <lay of J Una 1U0&.
T RoborU.
I L'jcutoi
NOTICE.
TAKE NOI'U'K ibui l Intend to apply totbtt
Chief Commlulonerol Landinud Works for*
Special Liceuie tn out and oarry uwny tiiubet
inun the following driortbed latuN In Kast
Kootenay Dletrlcv, Orttlih Columbia:
Commencing ut a jmst planted ui T. Roberti
North Weat corner thenco Sontb i«i obatm,
tbeuce Wt'M 40ehalna, thenoe North iBOehalni
thence Kait W ohalm to place of beglnnfngi
Dated tills I5th< day of June 1'juv
jobn Rwln,
i Locumr.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I Intend to apply uttae
Chief Commlseli rof Landa «i»J Worka fore
Bpeclal Llceuse tocut and carry away timber
from tho following deaorlbed landi in East
Kootenaj Dletrtct, Drltlah Columbia:
Commencing at a pott |.iunif*i 1 mile North
of j. Ewln s North Beat corner theaoe Weat iu
chain*, thence North 180 chains, thenoe Baal w
chains, thence south it>i chain* to place of be-
ginning.
Dated this IMh  <)h> of June iwu.
j  NeUoh,
i Locator
VTT&NTION   PKOHPKCTOKS   AND   Ml.NKKS. - li  is noi
sMiry  tn tr«'i!i'ni  your suppliefi  .wvm.s   milos, when you ran
sitme goods, in the same price, ni MELLOKS,
111/ to nil points, vin St, Marys rlvar «ill find ii :i largo aavlng
Mil.-Ts
mvonlc
i-i- io proeuro suppllos from
General Outfitter
MarvsvUle.  B.C.
Wholesale
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AeC.BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Oalgarj Beer, Ale & Porter.
I. KI-HLL & CO., Ua\ and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
A\uiiiiifit«ifiiiuiiifmiiiriiiiitiiur^
|Tne Best is the Gneaoesti
I ,4. McClary's |^ |
_ I ami»us RANfil S S
ii„. i„-i u
iirht.  i\ I.AH
i„. ]i,.„i.   Qimlitj inii'xi'iilli'il, nun
,K MIII'MI.VI' 'll'sT AHIIIVKII
Tlii'i'i! is nu umiil ri-iiviii why
id,- concent ration of Soulhmist
Kpotonny ores should noi i«'
tuki'ii u|i in ;i business way by
the cutrips in this ilistrii'i und
uinili' 11 live issue this year
•    •    a
Miiiiuji riuu|is, and ihu piiuplc
in them  who aro frivon to be-
i iniiliiilliji IhC iliilliiiv.s ol Ihe
times,  hut  "Im inalcn noelTurl
I to strike mil in now lines and sn
keep up with the hi'st traditions
ol tin' west,   iiiu>t  I ontonl to
drop down and out of lho
struggle for exislenee.
'I'll, 1I1111I   ul'   winning  ami
inainlaiuing genuine newspaper
slrouglh is lo doal fairly and
honestly with t ho readers always;
to print th w> without regard
to the opinions of tho news
papers; to bo clean, have solici
tudi' lor uccuracy, lo print the
I truth always, and lo comment
nu it for the single purpose of
advancing the true interests of
the community,
a    a    a
This world is bul n Heeling
Ishow and if it was possible lo
obtain :i return pass llio dread of
yuing o'jt botween ;u'ts would
not have so much woighi on ihe
minds of most people.
BAHhlsrKKS AND SOLICITORS
CUAN BROOK, H.i:
W. P. CiURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc,
CrailbrOOk ■       British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
llAltltlSTKls, SOLICITOR
und NOTARY I'l.'Ul.lr.
Cninbrook,  III'.
G. H. Thompson
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|   FALLS VIEW HOTEL   j
IJ CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors /
^   Marysville,   B.C.   r-
\       Th.
ft  valley.
largesi and best oo,ulppod hotel in the Si  Marys'
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
| NORTH   STAR |
1          -as-    HOTEL J
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$               Kimberley,   B.C. a
9 5
|   H. W. DREW. Proprietor,    __•__^ J
Post Office
Store
s Patmore Bros. S
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gPlumbing, Roofing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers^
Cosy and
Cbmlortable Rooms
Mii.'n g dilTors from cointuei
cial and manufuctui'ing instilu
nuns in two important points.
First: In uiiiiiiiy new wealth is
absolutely created and added to
Headquarters for tbe wealth of the world, and no
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
PliijsiGiaii i"»i Surgeon
ul 'KICK AIIMSTHONII  i\VK,
lliil lis:   '.i In II ii.in.   - to li ii.iii.
' iii S p.in.
I'linui-uilli'i-105    flosldonuo lull
Mining Men
■ i.s made tn sulTor Ihrough its
P.  B.  KIMCi
»:   DENTIST
Office linens:  ii io 12 a.in
i in ii p.m.
7 loll p.lu.
Office and Residence
The largest General Store in Marysville, where miner.*
In-  supplied  with  anything  they  want  ;u all times at
| Cranbrook prices.
Groceries.   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
I P. Burns & Co. 1
iM'ealion,
See I    Mining   is Armstrong Ave.   Cranbrook S~
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g Hunl Office,
C Calgary, Alliertu
Mitiu Offico tor Kii.t Kootenny, ^
Cranbrook, 11 C ^3
Royal Hotel
NOTICE.
takk N'OTlCti ihaitblrij ilayn iiftor rti
I iutenrt io upply io thtjClilel Comnilshlouoi
Until* and WurUs* for n Hpoclnl lU'wu-o ;•> «
r»nlt*»rry away ilinlior liotn tlio followlnu i
-1-lilnil liU.il» iH'tir I'trny  L'POCk, In  WimtltCi
MorysvIHe, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE, Manager
Tin. abovo hotel has been recently erected, und noally furnish'
„d iln-ou-liuui. The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
roiunwuetnif ut » |")M plinlcd forty chultiB
Hoittli ot tiit; Houlb wcrt rornei of John V.
lirlilKnx' pre*ouiptlnn, thenuu Houvh eighty
chains, ilicnuo *o*l nighty (.Lain!-, the ore
north eighty ...nuns, thenoe onst olgbtj ohalm
to polut oi oommencentent.
Dated juue Wth, W->-
27 OCOKUC A. LAURIE.
Wholesale and Retail
NOTICE.
NOTICE Ih heroby given thai nixty day.
tftsr dote I Intend to apply to tho Chief Com
mlsetouer or Lands and Works for pertnlMiton  JCl"
to purobaen the following   dcHortbod lands j S^      -_  >— _   __ ^
-ililtll'; In Snuthi-ii-it Kooti'imv    iiiienClll«ut    5^ |^VB _P^ <-_ ■_■        IVl *^ t^r'' Vl tl t-4 4* t^ ^L
the norUtwcut corner ot Lot No \nMt Uroun 1, IE      i ▼ \ %_^ CI I*      1 ▼ 1VP 1   \^ il fcl 11 J **}      ^3
ihenoo oaitt 10 ob-lnn, thenco HouthdloliAtM. 6» -«
thonoo dh»t «i chains, thoncn north ioch»lnH, | 5^ C3
ihonoe weat CO ohnlns, thonco north W Ottaluii   m~ ^3
thenoo weat BOohalna.thencoaomb20obalnB.jp Di.-il*
tbenuocast lOehalna, thottn. houth W chalnn I ~
to plttco of beginning oontttlntna. WO acruw more ]
or lt;»».
lio'.u ll. Llnthtcuta, Locator .
Eiat*d this 37th. day of Jur,« UW. 870 1
rs in AbaUoir and Cold Storage3
Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta." i
NOTICE.
l'AKB SOTICB that l Intend to ai>plj tothe
!hlef Coinmlsaloner of Lands and WorltH for a
Special LIconan to cut and carry away tlmbor
from the following doaorlbed lands In Kam
Kootenay Dlatrtot, British Columbia.
Commencing ut n post plan tod »i .1 ffelion'i
South Earl corner thenee South BO^ohathl,
tbence Baal HUcbalns, tbonoc North m ebalni,
thence West BO chains t<» plaoe of begluulng.
Um-.i tlii-. l&th, da) ot June iwa
A. A. Bwlu,
•_*j Locator,
NOTICE.
1 \\\\: NOTICB that (intend i<> apply to ibi
Chief rommlsatonor of Lands aodworki for a
Special Llrenw tocut snd oarry away timber
from tin- lollowlng described lutidH in Kam
Kootenay District, British Columbia
Commencing at n postp.anted st a. a Bwln'a
NortbWest corner .hence North lfrj ohalns,
tbence Bast 4n chains, thi nee South IBOebatni,
thence West 10 chains to place ol bi-Klnnlng.
Dated this IMh dsyof June 1905,
1: Little
89 LOCHtOf
NOTlCfc.
TAKK NOTICE thai l Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Undsand Works for*
Special LIocumo to cut and carry a Way timber
from the following rtesorlbed lends la Kmt
Kootenay District, British Cnlumbls;
Commencing at a post planted at R.'Little's
south Basi corner Noacloln. thence North iui
ohnlns, tbence Bast lo chains, ihonoe Snuih icu
chains, thence weal W chains mi t.iuoc of be*
glunlng
Dated this 15th daj ol June 1905,
V JohiiKou,
Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that I Intend to imply In thfl
Chief Com missioned »i Lands nod Works tors
Spoolal Lloetiso to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands in Bait
Kooteney Dl.Urlot, British Columbia;
Commencing at n post pinntedatJ. Bwln'i
North West corner thenco North 160chains,
thence East 10 chains, tbouoe South |60 ohalns,
tbeno  Weal 40 ohalns to plaoe of liegtiinliig:
Dated this 15th day or June I9C6.
r. Roberts,
29 I.ot'ittor.
NOTICE,
TAKE NOTICE thai I Intend .0 apply to tha
i'hifi Commissioner of La mis and Works for »
Special License to out and carry BWuy.ilmber
from the following deaorlbed lands in Bust
Kootenay Districl. British Columbia;
Commencing si s post planted at T. Roberts
South Bait oornor thenco North itw ohalni,
thence East lo ohalns, thonoe South IllOohslns,
thenoe West 10 chains to place of beginning:
Dated this 16th, day of JutiK 1905.
J  Nelson,
'-''■, Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE ihal I luteml 10 apply to th*
Chief Commissioner or Lands an3 works fori
Special License to oul and curry away timber
from the following described lands In Ball
Kootonay District, British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at N. John*
son's South Kast corner thenoe Bait SO ohalns,
thonoe South 80 ohalns, thonce West 80 chains
ihenee North M chains In place of beginning,
Dated this Ibth. day of Juno 1905.
j. t;win,
'•", Locator.
The Illinois Central
Maintains iiiioxa6tlod garvloo Irom
Urn west lo llio i.'UHi mid BOUtll, Making
tn- oonncctloim with trains ol all
ii-riMsi.'iintliiuiiiiil linns, poasongoni w'O
(jivnii tln.'lr oholiio ol routes to Clildago
Loulsvlllo, Momplilsand Now Oi'luanB,
and through tliL'su point! to the lur oa»i
Proipootlva travolera desiring luloi-
inuliiiii us to thu lowi'si I'atiM and beat
routes arc Invited to oorrespoodoiHio
with tho following representatives,
u. ll. TnuMiiutx,Commerolftl Ageui
142 Third Hi., Portland, Oregon,
J- C, Ll.NDSKY, T. V, & P.A.
143 Third St., Portland, Oregou
P, ll. Thompson, P. & P.A., Hooml
Ulumu Uldg., Seattle, Waib. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. CvJULY 1& 1905.
nnKmumuunuuHntnuuumHuuumnii
DONT  FORGET
IK
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E. H. SMALL, Manager
V '";,
a   ROYAL
*   HOTEL
THE OLD RELIABLE NEVER CHANGED HANDS
Van   always   on   hand   to
welcome guests.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
Tbe best and safest way
to keep Baby's skin
'•sialthy is to use only
BABY'S  OWN
SOAP
Tore,   Dninly,   Delicate.
ikeware o( Imitations.
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IATURDAY, JI.'I.V 16. IU09
LOCAL NEWS.
R. T Richardson. Pish Lake,
was in towi on business.
T. Lynch ot Pernie, was u
Cranbrook visitor Monday.
A. Benedick, Mayook, was in
town Monday.
John Peck of New Westminister, was in the city Monday.
M. B. King returned Monday
from a visit to ihe coast.
Cranbrook lacrosse club were I
defeated by Lethbridge by the!
score of :i to g.
.1. li. McBrlde bus, mi band
stock of famous McCormlck bay
rakes, reapers and mowers,
W. H. Bannington, Winnipeg, I
was registered at the Cranbrook
Monday.
P. S. Sutherland, Straeboona,
was a guest at the Cranbrookj
Monday.
Al Mutz. Pernie, manager of
the Fort 8teele Brewing Co.
was at Cranbrook. Monday, on
business.
A home wilhoul pictures is
like rainy weather—Come and
see   our   assortment.       Prest
Studio.
Pred Huzi'ii. who bus been
working at the St. Eugene mine
for some months, returned to
Uran brook Tuesday
117/.17' BDVJVH8 BAYB rosAY.
Happy load men with a half-
million dollar bounty, and a
tariff raised from "> 11.180 percent!
Meanwhile the lumbei men can
go   bang.    Consistency's    is    a
lovely jewel. -Grand Porks
Gazette.
On June 80tb, the Toronto
Telegram somwhat facetiously
remarked:"Twas just such a day
to-morrow nigh forty years ago
thai Wllfrle Laurler made Canada A Nation.
Mure than ever with emphasis
we can say, "Tbe people of
Cranbrook are all right."—
Moyie Loader.
There is no "ifs" or "amis"
about it. the lead bounty has
been a complete success, and
has bad ihe desired effect in put-
tint.' tbe silver lead industry in
Canada on its feet.
The party microbe is claiming
many victims amongst our politicians these days and next IO the
loci, weed it is about tbe most
harmful thing In the west.
Remarks the Toronto Globe:
"The reporting of the Vancouver, Victoria >S Eastern Railway
bill and tbe distnissial of the appeal of Gaynor and Greene gives
us a renewed measure of confi- j
dance lu our lawmaking and1
judicial institutions.',
When your bend swells until
yon think that you are the only
good thing in town just go outside and try to count the stars,—
Pernie Ledge.
Sitiin.:on the Rjssian throne
these days, the czar's feeling is
very much like that o-f a man
who is sitting on a shaky grand
stand that he believes to be overcrowded.—Toronto World.
J. M. DEER
Boovsnoe Maker jsr
All Work Guaranteed
N',.'\v Work .Mud-.-10 Ueaaura
Armstrong Ave.
ppnoittfl
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I Tailor % Importer of I
t      Fine Woolens.      :
X Cranbrook, B.C. Armstrong Ave I
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer  m
""""Contractor v
Furnace, Roller,   Runge  .'.ni1
Fireplace Work a Specialty.  All
descriptiun ol stunt- work nmlei
taken.
Orders* lull at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will Kocelvo proiuiu  Utontleii.
The Illinois Central
Muiniitins iinexoolloil service (roar
the vraat tuihe east ami south. Making
close iiqqneulloiia with trains ol all
transnontinuntal lines, passengers arc
given ilu'lr,limine of routes to Chicago,
Louisville, Muiiiptiis nml New Orleans,
ul through tlies,- points to tho far east
Prospective travolers desiring Lnfor*
million ii- to tin- lowt-st rates ami ties,
routes aii, invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
11 H.'I'im'miii'i.i.,Commercial Agent
112 'I'hiril 8t„ Portland, 6-sgoh.
J. 1 . l.iNHsi;v. T.P. i I'.A.
112 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
P. B, Thompson, P. 4 P.A., Room
1, Column Blttg., Seattle, Wiwli.
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FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER I PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Mottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
(ilVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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1 > experience are at your disposal,
]' I \V. H Wilson. Jeweler and Op
1 > | tlctan,
Mr. Coo. Johnson, Grand
Chancellor, K, of P. of British
Columbia, visited Cresenl Lodge
K. of P. nl Cnmbrook Monday
evening. Mr, Johnson is on n
tone of Inspection, visiting tho
different K.P. lodges In his
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We don't believe that people
liko to bo humbugged when buying Jewelery of any kind- We
give a good round dollars worth
for every hundred cents. Cur
motto is ''money's worth or
money back".
If you want to rent your house
sell your property, obtain the
best rales in the best Companies
for Fire Life or Accident insurance or obtnin informal ion as to
the right mlniug Stocks to purchase call at Beale ,v. Elwell's
office on Raker street.
KVEKTIDB IS CRAKhBOOK,
Tho sun ha., set beplnd Ui„ iniik- of inow
Who's lofty grandeur guards tht, town below
And ntiiith ,1 ally „t sntt |jr 1 Hfu-rjili w
Lies Cranbrook .
a little I'lst'e by naiure kindly b,u,t
A havpo in 11 world of fierce linn si
BetoT'd by those wlio ciin- 10 sot1 lis b'-st
Th,' twlltfflit fulls: -niyslorlous sliailows tilt
Amid ihu plnel—and now the pipes ure lit
Tbe 'luys work done—now fools tuny drenni
Iu Cranbrook a bit
some feel its charms so,,,,- do not 1 suppose
To me it >e, 111s the latter must he those
Who'd look-yet see no beauty in a rose.
Wfiiton lei- tho Prospootor by Y
Cliirmil Harris,
fi„i<l„„>«m,,m„,>«,u„n«llli«liimi
Rocky Mountain Chapter
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S Uur complete Cold Storage Plant enables us to Inr
S nisli ■ our goods in perfect condition at all seasons of
S   tho yeai
aitc:hison
the butcher
*   Marysville, B.C.    *
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Mr, A. Sullivan, principal of
the Nelson public school, is
spending a few days iu town, renewing acquaintances, While
here he is the guest "f Mr, and
.[Mrs. J. P. Westman at the par-
B sonage.
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Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters for mining
men and old timers.
When you want a good
place  to  stop  come to the
'•   Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
James Greer, has goue east on
an extended visit. Mr. Greer
will take in Edmonton, Oalgary.
Winnipeg and other points in the
territoties on his way to the far
east.
Our slore is beautifully cool
these hot days, ami it is a delight
ful place to shop at your ease
A visit entails no obligation to
buy at Hill & Co. Come in and
look around.
Chris. Kohl, of Kalispell Mont,
who has been mining in the St.
Mary's river country for the past
two months, was at Cranbrook,
Monday, on business.
In the Methodist, church next
Sunday the pastor will lake for
his subjects the following: Morning, "The powers at our disposal",'and in tho Evening, "A trip
down town". All are invited to
tako an interest in those addresses.
ine
Furnace
—burns coal, coke or wood with equal facility.
Flues, grates, fire-pot and feed-doors, are
specially constructed to burn any kind of fuel, and
a special wood grate is always supplied.
Sold by all MUrprisinf dulert.   Write for bootM.
MXIaryfc
London. Toronto, Montreal. Wlonlpof. TllMTll, ft. John, I. B.
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
SWrU
STRONG
B C Strawberries ••
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Presort-lug soasou is ■■
"'r^^s^   drawing nunr.    Leave [\
..  your orders—prompt delivery «•
* >   i.niHriiiitt-i'tl. •«
J"   McOORMlOKS '!
!!     Maraeaibo Chocolates
'.',    Choice Confectionery ••
! I'.'flazelwood Ice Cream" ',',
ii  Hugh Stev/art ii
;; Phone 75    Armstrong, ftve ;;
■H-H-H"1"M I ■!' W-H-H-W-l-
aUMT^^toHam SPEEDY
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Month
allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold & Romtns
Nu.   Vlh.  R, A  M
'I CltANMiHOOK, H. Ot J
5 Regular meetings: -ml Tuoe* f
£   day   in   uucli   month   nt  olpht   S
i "■;,""k- i
^ SojournIuh Compaulous un: z
j  fjord tally [nrtted. J
| II   M. Hikkow, Scribe K.   |
^»li»l»ll»l»lll»lll«IIIIIIMIMIM*MMIMI*M^'
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby glvse thai ality days nfter
date I fiituud tu apply lo the Hon. tho chief
Comtnlhsluiifr of LaA<u und Works fur por-
mlsslon io purchuo the IoU.iwIhk described
iaiiils. Bltuoted in Bast Kootetiiiy District;—
Commencing at a post plinntcrl ut tho north
west fortier ut Lot 4fP*s, Group I, In the said
East Kootenay District; thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thohoo vest iH> chains
n.or« or Ions to the East bank of the l-.lk Ulvur,
tho'nee-southeasterty along tho said easterly
bank of the Elk Rtvor about 00 chains to tha
place of commencement, tboru being i*1 acres
more or less.
Klk River, U.C., Juno 24th, 190ft.
T. \V. UINQAY
89 ,!. i* Anderson, Agent
NOTICE Of DISSOLUTION
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us tin*
undersigned, us Tobacco Merchants In the town
ot Cranbrook. has this day been dissolved by
mutual conaejat,
Ail debts owing in the said partnership are lo
be paid to the said Samuol •*■ Mlghtorl »i
Cranbrook. aforatald, and all claims against
the Raid partnership are to be presented io the
sutd Sftmuo] J. MIghlon, by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated at Cranbrook, this 8ih day of July ioog
WITNESS j
J. A. HARVEY   \
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES FCHNISIIEU ON ALL WOBK
JOBBING PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIMli AND SHINGLES FOR SALE.
Telephone 82.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
S.J MIOHTON
F», \V. KELSALL
FOItT STEELE ASSE9SMKNT DISTRICT
A Sporlal c:onrt of Rovlslon and Appeal,
under the ' Assosstuonl Act 1008", for tho Port
Steele Assessment niHirlct. will be held on
Friday, tho S8th. day of July ntjxt, at ten
o'clock tn tho forenoon at the Provincial c.ov-
flr.imeui OfflCO, Cranbrook.
Dated al Cranbrook. thtsTili day of July .WW.
,].r. ARMSTRONG,
a Court of Revision and Appeal
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DCSIQNS
.... CopvnioHTt Ac.
Anreno "ending ankelrhanddeserlptton kin*
inili'hK n»<*ortJthi our opinion free whetlirr an
iirvsnuoti !• probably MtMtHM Communica-
tt'iiMtrietlfi'oi.tvu.ntini. HANDBOOK onPatenu
tent triHi. i>Mwt iitfoncy for fiecuring paii-nt*.
t'utn.TH taken tlirnuuti Munn A Co. rvcelrr
ifrcldinntice, wlihoutclm.so, tnthe
Scientific JSmcrican.
A hBinl»n"i<>ly illiimrmM WMkl?,   Ijtrnest ;lr-
Q 36IBroodny,
J»r».wr ■*
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Palace and Tourisi
Sleeper*, Buffctt
Library Cars, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Care,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals on Wheels
FAST   TK.UNS n
EAST AND WKS'I IU1I.Y   _;
For full partloulars,  vaw...   folders
etc., full ou or addroBB,
S,O. YKIIKKS,o.w.i'.a.,
Snattlc. Wiu-li.
II. BRANDT, c.F. h T.A., Siwkani-.
Your attention Is called to the
"lMoiii'i'i- Llmltod" u-ains ul the -'Milwaukee A St Paul Hallway." "Tiie only
jHirfeet trains in the world."
You will lincl it desirable to ride on
thoso trains when going to any point in
the Eastorn states or Cauadu. They
corineot with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket ,\gont« sell
tickets.
For further Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket A|[cnt or
II. L. FOKD, II. S, R0VVE,
Pass. Agent, lleneral Agent,
8POKANS. PORTLAND
MINERAL ACT
,,'i'au f.l
OCRTtriCATK "I  IMl'HUVKMENTH.
NOTICE.
Flying i Imid Mineral Claim.
Situate In ll," Fort Sttvl*- Mtnllld Division
of Bast Koomiisy Dlstrlot.
tytiorv looated: -On Mark Creek oue mile
from KiiulM'rl,y.
Tuto notlOT ihal I. Tin,.. T. MeVittle, F.M.C.
No. tiniTio. sp/eni lor .1. C. Drewry, F.M.C.
So. HWM, Jm, Trnlnnor, F.M.C. No. worn
iiiidJ. I". Armstrong official a>lmfiili*triuor (or
KellngK ostatu Fr,^, . Minor's Cortitl-
oa'to Mo. B71M0S, (niMitl. sixty days from the
date horeof, wi apply '» the Mining Recorder
for u tvrt!tt,-at,- ol Improretneau, tor the pur-
pbse Of obtslnllie . Crowu i'.raut ot the abovo
claim.
Atul furl!,,-: ml." notice that aeilon, under
section 37, iniisi bo commenced before the isiu-
ance ni sueli I ertlli.-aie of Improvements.
Ila-.e't Ilil- 1-Ui dify of Anrll, A.IX |SM>.
If. ...       TIIOS.T. MeVlTTIE
THESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
- OR NONE AT ALL -
The Newest Is Sure to
Be Found at
Prest pnoto go.
Studio.
a GLINE
Ol* the old Manitoba flarber Shop
an now he found In the
WATTS' BUILDING
First Class Work in all branches
or the
Tonsorial Art
■l-l-M-M-l"l"l-!-l"l-H-l-H-l-M'
1 TISDflLE'S I
Flcadqyaftofa for
FRESH FRUITS
NITS and CHOICE
CONFECTIONERY +
Ice Gream and Soft Drinks |
Also Tobacco, Pipes
ami Cigtirt
linker St.    Cranbrook   %
NOTICE.
Thirty rtajsafter cUte I Intend to apply to
thti Chief Commissioner of Lunds and works
fonilicimsu to eut mi.i carry away timber
from tlii) following describfld tnnds In South
Bast Kootedayi— commencing »t a post plan-
tfl ill \\\v Smith Knst comer of Lot 1870, Group
1 thrnp>> west IQ.obaJqB! tht nee north Sucholm
theuci west lOeliafnsi tfienco touth SO chains;
tliuncf east so chiiliis; thenoe north 60ohalns to
plaeeof beginning.
K. M. Kkhwick.
Locale.l this 9th <luy of June. 1906.     .. 'X  '
Three & Four Ytar Coirsts
ll Mining, Chemical. Civil,
.Mechanical and Electrical
Engineering.
Mineralogy and Geology,
Biology and Public Health.
Write for calendar to
The Secretary,
School of Minim.
Kingitea, One
 I • ■ ■'
Grain
rSUveru
GEARY « DOYL8, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOTLK, Manager
IN TUE COUNTY COURT OF KOOTKNAY
HOLDKN AT PORT STEELE.
tn Probate.
Notice is hereby {riven that on the 5th day of
July 1906 It Waft ordered by J. A. Porta, Esq.,
Judge ol the said Court, that James Ferguson
Armmrong, Official Administrator tor that
portion ot the County of Kootenay included In
tbe Electoral District of Cranbrook and Fernie
be adm In intra tor ot all and singular tho cHtatw
of James McLaughlin alias McLeachlla deceased Intestate.
Every person Indebted to the said deceased
is required to make payment forthwith to tho
undersigned.
Every person havlug In poasoMlon effects belonging to the deceased la required forthwith
to notify the undersigned.
Every Creditor or other person having any
claim upon or interest tn tbe distribution of the
estate of the said deceased la required to send
before the l:»th dsy of August next, by registered letter, addressed to the undersigned, bis
name and address and the full particulars of
bis claim or interest, and a statement of bin
account and the nature ot hia security (it any)
held by him..
After tho said 1Mb day of August, (906 tha
Administrator will proceed with the distribution of tho estate having regard to thoso claimA
only of which he shall have had nottoe. |3
Dated at Cranbrook, this 10th dayofjulyla
190b. ffl
J. P. ARMSTRONG, W
39 Official Administrator.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Ik hereby given that alxty days
afterdate tlutendtb'apply to the Chief Com-
mlsaioner of Lunds and Works at Victoria for
permission to purchase the following described
lands situated in Southeast Koooteuay district
Commenclug at the southeset corner of Lot
No. 3W, Group l, Kootenay district, ihenee west
80 chains, thence south BO chains, thence east
20 chains, thence south 20 chains, tbenoe east
30 chains, tbence north -JO chains, tbence east 40
chains, tbence north DO ehalus to plate ol be
ginuing containing 680 acres more or lesm L_J
Charles E. Lluibucum,   Uca|i|    |
Dated this wth day of May, W06. * THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B, C, JULY. 15, 1905.
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED M.OOO.OOO
CAPITAL (paid upi - $3,000,000
REST ACCOUNT      •       $3,000,001"
H«rrtd   Office-   Toronlo.
T. R. MKUIUlT I'realdonl   D, H. tt 1I.KIK, VlctvPr
VGENTS   IN   illlK.Vl'   BRITAIN   Llo;
nml lift,. Man,
Bank   •- I oiulairJ ~>t..
£ ' A c.eiieiiil ltanklnx Huainuaa Ti'iiiwucti'd,
5     Suv',::-. Hank Department,    tntereat allowed on deposits,.
|   Cranbrook Branch.       J. F. M. P1NKHAM, Manager
B lAniviiWU'juwirjwiniuin«JUuv\i^
SATUKHAV. .IfLY 16, 1906
•hfwnwtriwifwwwwwft,iiirt?itwi?wi.,l
| LOCAL NEWS. \
■MIUIIUIIIIUUUUUUUUUIIUUUUIIUUU-.-
K. 1). Decker, BuyanK was In
limn Thursday mi business,
/.  .''airtielil was down from the
Nurili Mar mine Thursday.
Mrs. ii. o, Hoppm'th,  «;is vis
itiiii; trlm.ds al I'Vi'iiio Tuesday,
Mr
Hoj;):ai'>li,   was nt
Trimmed   un,!   ready tn wear
huts .11 half price at Reid 4 Co
Harry Bowuess was at Movie
l-'rmay oi) business,
M A Ueale was ut Moyie Kri-
day.
.1.  M   Agnow, ui' iiu- Niirili
Star mill was iu idwd Friday,
Prank   Aupere,    Marysville,
■mis in lown Friday ou business.
lie sure mid read Rold & t'o's
advertisement this. week.
.!. A. Harvey was al  Moyie
Wednesday on li'ital business.
The Man Who
Likes io Pish
I     ~^.     IS THE MAN     >W__
—J*^. who  will bo  In-   .'*—
leraated in looking over our xhowinv ol
************* *************
Kuiii IVocIuosilay ou business.
M.  Pliilllppai,   Elko,   »as  in     If you are looking for a faith
iwu Thursdnv on business, ful Wend read Tate A Sous aihi.
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\V, K. l»a.\. Pittsburg,  was
.iiihi'iinli i iglior Thursday,
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COIvIMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000        Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, General Manager       ALEX, LAIRD, A.st. Qeo'l Mei—xtr
Fishing Tackle    BANK MONEY ORDERS
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*     k    \   El on, Cowl
Oi anbiook Tliursdai.
i  >;
I '  Ulllll'l
nv iy|.| I'nlpiry. was ut
li Thursday <m krusinoss
Geo. A. Slaters
I
Constable Joe Walsh of Kurt
Sli >'l,' was in town Friday.
G.  H,   Henderson,   Calgary,
i » ai tl»' Cranbrook Friday.
  i
T, il.ni, Windsor Oul . was In
iii" city Friday,
♦   INVICTUS   SHOES
Tl is siitismi li'.ni> li.'"'
more popular than over.
i im- sales have bueu very
large, arid to moel ihu increased demand We have
bought a  very lar
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and winter I
K     Utile  drovo  over   from
* Siufii- Thursday on buslnbss.
Fred Klikhaui, Calgury,  was
ut town Friday
John   Kwin  of  Wasa,   was in: 	
lown Wednesday on business. j  .|. ,\|ll!iruln kyan wus at the
~~~ Cranbrook Friday,
T. V Roddy,  Seism,   »a- Inj 	
lown Moiiduy, John Hutehsoll left ou  Friday
  mi u business trip lo Selsou und
II.   K   Foreman,   Vancouver,, Rowland
was in '.In- city W.ilii.'s'liiy.
  Pure fresh candies made daily
i,.   \.   lCUu,  Calgary,   was iii|.,tUiuOunuj Makers, Armstrong
in-, ii Wednesday. Ave.
Mrs   .1.  TauiiliHuser o
slftiilc \i as in town Wi-ilin
Harry   ltrodford    was
row 111\aril Weduesduy
.1   I'enfold,   W.i.nii"-,
:   Fort     Horn,    U Cranbr-mk on Wnih
isdai     nesday July  12th   to   Mr.  und
Mrs. A. L. MoDermott, a gill,
down 	
V    Hyde  H     iiiel   \    W
McVittie aro vislilua West Koo
was in i leimy (owns thl-> week.
Fall   w
Hnud.su
Will   lllli
ineliven
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Invictlis   Shoe
Noi found in any other
Money Bock It Not »ut.Hf.ed
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1,:-.
  Duvii   i "auk.   of    Marysville,
Mr   and  Mrs.   mis Sin pies.   -,.,, ;il   Cranbrook    Friday  oi
lilhvuier, M un.   wen- guest ul |I>iisIii«*mk.
... Ci'iiiibriiok "ii Tuesday	
-— l;    A.   Cltirit,   Montreiii,   wi
ll    Me.Fiirlniid.    cmiih'   d,.« n I -..-;.•.-.• I    .,-   i'i •   C.-m »• i iM
..■,!. 'i,- Noitli Suir  u. ;ii" Wed i )rn".i\.
,..,iv,   oil   in-il;.".- — —
Mi. nml Mrs   IV,   11.   (Ireaves
\n'."i .  and  Win    Inr-kjedioin,, Hal, were reaisureiu
,'""' ! ii,.- Ro.ul Thursday.
nl  w
Lu',..' i-i  were ;
i. Wednesday ,,n btisii.oS;
  11.   r.    Dickiuson,   li'osslaiid.
M.    Andrews,    Port hind, I was u  uiust at  the Cranbiool
ua> a Cranbrook visitor on Thursday,
day, --— -
  J. Rvnn of Kimberley Milling
Z>- ■»■ vtw^o-ww*,.* *■_  *«f-«ii»-__ i'i A ikikAAm     I.   0.  Bishop and C. J udson, land Manufacturing[Co, was in
&&******•*****  ***v**V****»* Marysville,  were at Cranbrook|town Thursday on business.
=.——--ct-ct ' , .,„ Mux  Heberleln,   R.  Johnson
Duriik and   Mr.   Kolil   ol   Marysville,
,n I were down from Marysville. Fri
A.  Sproulc   und   M.
j^).;.;.].;.;.;,.!,,].;.;.;,.;.],,;,,;,,!,.;,,!.,;-!. .^_]«H-i-r-H-l-!-KH-H-W-!*++j"; were 'lown from Mjirysvlll'
Beale & Elwell
i Mond
,v.
daV mi business
We have Roils and Keels of
different sizes and the latest
styles, strong Lines of various
weights, ;ill kinds of Flies
and 1 looks etc, All at the
rigljt prices.
P.S.   Let us serve you by mail
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Stork Quotation..
MH'l.tt'-'l    bv     1,,-ttii,    3l   KU.ll    llrua.r.
1.T.UUIO,.. ,,<..
M..l,.uill Wltele,. H'.n.ill.lu.      Iiu,
iiiti,yiil Wir„l,"> lAlurrlfUin liuu
Nui-,h si.r         *
Siilllniil        »».
St. LUK--U,:           I«
i unljl.r i .rlliou  m
W,;-leru Oil .nil Cotl  17
luuTuatlou.l Oo.l It C'oka  -a
i.rui sii,,t.|,.»ii Mlu.iSuielt Co, i
Fori Steele News Items.
Win. Cnrlln relurned on Sun-1
day lusi from -, business trip io' »
Wlndeniiern and oilier   poinls in
tho t'oluiublu valley.
A. It. anil T,>m Peiiwlck who
have been engaged in dolnf? the
anilutll ttssessnienl work on it
mineral claim on Wolt creek returned to Steele. Sunday.
A bush tire nas been burning
alontf Minis creek for several |
days. 'l")i»- Hro wasburnlnpt ve"ry
bnghtlj ou Monday evening.
and bin little damage has been
don".
A number nl Slenliles ivere al
Cranbrook Monday intending
the l.ai'ios-..- game.
A  iiumlinr ol   I!    A,   Ma-ons
wi-r"   ni    rninbrook    Tuesday
,-vt- inij. iu utlondaneeat ihe rog
ular   monthly   convocation   of
Rocky Mountain Chapter, R.A.M
The hii; Iiooui  ol   logs  on the
Kooienay   river at Halt's ranch,
were turned  loose oil Monday, j ,
Between seven and eight million
feet of  logs  have   passed under j
the bridge at Steele this week
ISSUED A I   THE FOLLOWINO RATES:
S5 »ni» under     3 emu
Over ii and not eiceeding $10    6 cent.
»   $10       " " $30    10 cent.
«   $30 " S50  15 cent.
Tbe« Order, arc Hayablc at l*ar nl »ny offioc lu « unudu of a Chartered
Bank. (Yukon excepted) ami at Oie principal bankiiiK point, lu the United
States. MIQOTIA*LI »T a Plxat. .AT. Al |
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCK. LONDON, ENU.
Thev form an excellent method uf rcmlttlns amall muni of moucy
' with sal.-tv and at small *«•«.
A Good 11.Hi: PIECE is
a l-'aitliful Friend
We   l.ave   ii   Choice seleetiotl of
Accurate Timepieces
Graceful designs u gilt.
Handsome mantel clocks. Will
lie pleased to quote prices.
. F. Tate & Son
Jewelers and tirt.clwutc Opticians
Odlclal Watoh Ins| tomCrow'a Noat "a-.. DlvUlon t'.l'.U.
iMill   Owners J
I FIRE HOSE ♦
t
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FIRE BUCKETS
We have 9
Will reduce oist oi your insurance,
J them.     Let  us lit  ynu out and reduce your ex
penses and danger irom fire,
Hjr   FOR HAI-I3
Valuable   Section   of
Oil  Lands
In the Flathead Valley
+ Don't Miss Tins ODDoruniw
T-l-1-111 1 l"l"l "1"1"1 "H"l"M"l-l"l't"l' ^^-H-^•!-i-i••!••H••!-I-!-l-^•r•^•H-,
HILL 6c CO.
Ladies1 and Mens
Furnishers.
THE
Great Sale
Mr   and  Mrs.   A. S. 1 row, of     Chits  Armstrong eiune  down
LaCrosse,   Wis., were guests' at ] from the Silver City Friday, and
' the Uoval on Tuesday. I was   slinking   hands   with   his
  Cranbrook     friends       Charley
It   Cuinpholl,  Moyie,  wtt,,'ftt must have aoldout.
Cmnhrook   Wednesday  on busi-,    R   .,    MiUor|  Forl Sloela, is
'"'""' .agent for McCormlck Harvest
ing Machinery. Those wanting
mowers, rakes or repairs will be
supplied on application,
.1. 1). Brook, Wiiiiii|M-g, was
>i regisiured al the Ciiinbrook
' VVeduesdav.
I.im.'s leaders, Hies, etc., every
l)r. .1. U. King. K. K. Beattie,
V    Roberts,   E.   Small   and K.
J
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Cranbrook, B.C. ♦
NOTICE.
Kollui is betThy i(Won tbnmlxty ditys after
din I iutfiiit n> apply to tbu Hod. tbe Cblef
CoiamUilonora ol i.u«d« i. Works (or permls-
slon i" purchase WO icrts »t Und Ui tti« Rm(
Kootcusy UUtrlet »uti iiiuru partlcuUrly d*-
sorltwd H-* (oltowai—■Commeoolng ui a pott
pWoted lo-iuurk iiio-outii went corner o( T, W.
Hfmriiy'tt ooal claim said po»tboluif two tailea
BOrth of lot IfilW. trruup I, nml attoul hull » mil"
east uf Ktw river; thenoe east40obalaai tht-ot;
Fiouihllucbatoa; thenoe went 40 chains, thenoe
nuriu frt chains to tbe point ut beginning,
ku Hirer, ii. C., Juoe S4th. iwa.
J. li. TURN HULL.
H     ! J. i>. Anderson, Agent
Central
Hotel
RObtRT JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦    Marysville, B.C.    ♦:
The leading Hotel of lho St Mary's Valley.
Nine airy rooms, newly furnished, Table as good
us any in Kootenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
*=S3JS
 ' ,.   ' iV-ifl-   IMJOeriB,   r..   niniiii   ami r.
thing iii fishing tackles at Reid 8|mpson teft on Thursday even-
4. Co. tho "druggist . ing on a ashing  irlp lo Perry
I creek-
Mr. and Mrs   II   Werdeu, H.! _	
s. Clark and floorgn Judd of Dr. and Mrs, Clreene rotumod
Port Steele, were Cranbrook from an eastern trip last Tues
visitors Monday day.   They  were   accompanied
  by Miss Greene   sister of the
Thirty cents to *-'! is u nice Doctor.
range lo select from    These arej ___
the prices for our new pictures-       Thn w.i(„ o{ K „  l!in of v„ii.
Prest Studio. ^ouver, a brother of W   L>.  Hill
.  ,, ,,   .,  ., of Cranbrook, died on Thursday
Mr.  and  Mrs.  K.   h. brasor, jaly mj,.   A husband and three
wpie In the city Weunesday, and Jhlfdre|) ure Ml U) „„„„.„ hflI.
in the evening ntteuoou the ban- ,
quul :u the VVllga 	
  Miss Cunningham' of Nelson.
Miss Madge V, Sinclair, sister wag ihe guest of Mr. and Mrs.
ol Mrs. (Rev.) J, I*. Westman, Is (J, T. Rogers l«st week. Miss
spending a tew weeks holidays Cunningham also spent several
al the parsonage days at Steele the guest of Mr,
  und Mrs. B, C, Miller.
Mrs. Smith wife of (..Tins Smith 	
C.P.R. district accountant, left EyereHt for tired eyes is ob-
on Thursday for Toronto on »] taTned by our sclentiacally fitted
holiday Visit. glasses."  They   enable  the  eye
,     .  ,    ,, ,,      . ,   to do as much work and possibly
harm Implements, McCormlck lnoro   wi(h()Ut ,|rioR lhan ,h,.v
celebrated  hay   rakes,   mowo.™ dW.    Satisfaction   guaran
and reapers. Doero plows at Lj Wm F T|lU< & 8oDi
.I  D. MoBrides, |Graduate Opticians.
When vou  think of buying a     ,,      ,, ,    ~^      ,
wedding present, or a gift fqr     Max-Heberleln, Ihe Inventor
any si ial occasion,  think of "f «be Heberleln process was In
Wilson the Jeweler, town Friday.   Mr   Heberleln is
on  Ins  way to Nelson, preparatory in h s going to Germany.
beale & and Elwell are offer- He will b3   away   aiiout   five
ing some splendid investments months.
in mining, real  estate hikI Other 	
property, call and  see them  for      \\',, have  no old   truck to sell
particulars anyway. you in the stationery line,  but
we have a carefully selected line
NOTICE.
I'AKH SOTII.'t'. Ikl.l I li,U;tlil t., apply to tti«
CbletCotuiullllOQBrol Land, .nil Work, (or .
S!**litl Llueace to out .wi carry away ttnib«r
Irom thd followtuK (leaortt,ed laud. In Houiu-
f.,t Kiaiii'ony Dlstrtot Hriiw, Columbia;
Oitimit'iiciuK at . post ulimtud (orty clmln. |
llaflt '.I Un; Souihwaul L-oru,;r ot C lluuntirlora
I'ltll, n'h tluiuur llvouo. laQQce soutu .-lutitjr.
niiuiii-,; thuue. Wi.-.,t tony obalosi meude
•vj'titi forty lUuitiH; tbflucu West forty cbalua; I
tboooo Sortti c'.,iiitv ,'Iihiijk; tbeuoe East tony |
cuulua; IbeUCe Noitli forty I'llHltiit; th,:llci; Ko.l
torty ,'j:.iu - to place of iickIuoIdr.
Dated: ibumb, ii.y ol Juu„ I90C.
P. HuORerford Pollen.
v.s Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKK SOT1CK tii.t I ioiend la uiipiy totiiu
(.'lil'il (.'omuil—loiior ot l.itii'i. .nd Wtok. (ut .
Succlai Llceoce to uui umi carry away Uuiiicr
(rum tin: fotlowtni deaorlbed mud, Id souil-
,-hsi Kootooay DUtrlott UrltUb Coiuuioi..
COUlOiroOOlUU at H )K)sl plituted tit tile 7-tull.i
l>,.t „u tin- weatem nooudury o( lol IMJl.tJroup
i. tbeooe Weat oitibty obaluii tbence soutu
,-lirtity otiaitiN; ilit'iicH k.-i eltfbly ebalni;
tbence North eliibty i-liuiu^ w piaceof ueytn-
uluK-
Ilatpd lltiH '.'Itli. da, or June, ln-r,
C. HuUKtirtord Polleo,
'W t^ioauir
L. CLAIM-
W. ROLLINS
i note
Cranbrook, B.C,
ill
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air   -
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class. Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
etn--
>ajoC
lot n
IS STILL ON AT
ti&rairooK's Greates. store
HILL & CO.
of job stationery that can not be
V, A. Cross, provincial maim*
Kor at Vancouver, of the Provin*l
c'uil Saving* and Life Insurance \b('11*- We arG hcPG t0 s,a>* ln tne
Company of New York, was in printing business and our prices
(own tlii* week on official boat' will always he. right. We also
m'ss iguaranteoaatlsfactlon,  Get your
Job printing done in the Pros-
(poctor office,
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTIC1-, tiini l Ibtentl to apply to the'
Clilcr OomtntuloDorof Ltint) umi Worka (or t
Spenltu Licence to cot and carry awty ttiauor
from tbe loHowlon tlenorlbQd Iumi- It) Southeast Kpoteuftj l>Mrl.:t, HritiHtiColumbia.
GommnncltiK&ta pout planted torty cbuloA
floutbni tboSoutliwofltoortier ofO. Uungerford
Pollen's Timber Uoonue tlit-uue North vl^bty
BbiilDB; thenco Wtat i-u-iiiy ohalns; tbt-otje
somb wininy chftlua; tbeuoo v.an eighty ohaltto
u> p\tw ot boftlunlntf,
Unicd tblt 37th. tiny of Juno, IWJ.
98 Wm, it Harvay,  Locator.
KOOL
»Straw Hats
MoahantMi latracr*., sportsmenl
To b*ai mid infteo ttie sltlu mi'i rtmorej
||reu*. oil vd i ..-I HtaiDh, pnlut un-unutj
etc. ,iu« Tbe "Master Mechanic'*" Tar S«p ,
AlUitToUat »o»b Co., MJia
READ.
TMl l»RO*PUTOl\
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICl. that i Intend to apply lo th.;
Chief Coiumlssl'HHT of l.Ktidn aud Worki for a
Special Licence to cut and carry away Umber
from tbe following described lands lu South*
eitr-t Kooii'uny Dlstrtot, British Columbiai
Commenolng at a post planted forty cbninn
west of the Southeast corner or Wm. U,
llrtrvtya iiui>>t:r Uecuoe tbence West eights
chainsi thenee south olghty cbninn; thenne
Kast eighty ohnlnsi thonco North eighty ebalni
lu ptac** ot UyluuluK-
l)»ted 0.1*1 With, day of June, 19W.
Lll.r.L Hurvey,
FOR
Hot  Weather
See Our Wonder
GENTS  TIES
u2" Two for 25 Cents
Reid &, Co.

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