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Vol. 11.
CRANBKOOK, B. C, SATURDA V, iriliT'TBMBBR 28, WOo.
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LOCAL NEWS.
Oliver Burge was down from
I'erry Greek Friday on business.
(Veil Prest went east on Fri-
day afternoons train.
W. E. Read, Shiran (lily, was
u guest ul the Itoynl Thursday.
Wolsley Underwear ut R«id
& Co's.
J. A. Murray. McLeod, was in
I lie city Thursday.
0. A. (iaskull, Kimberley was
in town Wednesday.
II. VV. F. Curler drove over to
Steele on Sunday last.
A. Ericksott came down from
Itayard Sunday last.
P. UlilTord Harris, lefl for
Sun Francisco Saturday last,
New Suits for Ladies at Reid
St (Jo's.
D. Brockenridge, of the Crow's
Nesl Lumber Co., Wardner, was
in lown Friday.
bad. Smith, of St. Mary's
Prairie, wits in town on business
Friday.
(I. L. Pedler, Fernie, was
registered at llio Cranhrook
Friday.
.lust received at Tisdales first
shipment of those tine apples
from Spenees Bridge.
The best wheat grown, at
price of common wheat, at Fink
Bros.
Manager D. McDonald of the
Manitoba Hotel, left on Sunday
last on an Eastern visit.
Parties living out of town can
have tresh candies shipped to
them. Just drop a card to the
Candy Makers. »
The Fire Brigade were out on
Thursday evening inspecting Ihe
hydrants. They found them in
excellent condition.
N. McLeod Curran, manager
of the North Star mine was in
town during ihe early part of
this week.
Mrs, W. F. Tate left on Mon
day nn a visit to Creston and
Nelson. She will lie away for
several days.
F. .1. Short, Calgary, T.
Conlon, Toronto, 0. E. Gilray,
Vancouver, were guest* at the
Cranhrook Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edger Davis,
and Mrs. Johnson left on Tuesday's train for Nelson on a visit
tot he fair.
Win. Forrest, an old time
prospector and miner in this
district, has goue to Calgary on
business, Mr. Forrest will return in about two weeks.
E. H. Heaps, a Vancouver
lumberman was in Cranbrook
this week. Mr. Heaps represents
one of the largesi lumbering
concerns at the coast.
Mrs. E .McDonald of Selkirk,
Man., accompanied by her
daughter Miss A. McDonald,
were guests of Mrs. P. McConnell
of Cninbrook this week.
Mr. Parry, of Nelson, local
agenl for the Equitable Life Insurance Co., was at Cranbrook
several days this week on company business.
Spences Bridge is noted for
iu highly flavored fruit. See
Tisdale for apples. Grown and
packed hy Mrs. Jno. Smith,
S.B.
Cranbrook Lodge, A. F. * A.
M. held its regular monthly
meeting in Masonic Hall on
Thursday evening. There were
a number of visiting brethren
present.
Mr. John C. Kelly has returned
to Cranbrook and has taken his
old position with Tale*Son, the
jewelers. They will now be in a
better position than ever to give
prompt service in high class
watch repairing,
Itev. John Mc.Dougull, D.D.,
or Calgary, President of Alberta
Conference of the Methodist
church, will preach morning and
evening in the Methodist church
of this place next Sunday. An
open session of the Sunday
School will he held in Ihe after-
noon when the Dr. will also give
un address. Ou Monday evening he will lecture in the church
on "1)0,11110 miles on the Hurricane Deck of a Cay use". No
mln.issioii fee will be charged
bul a collection will be taken.
C. H. Pollen returned Friday
from a business trip lo Fort
Steele.
Chas. Chapman drove over
from Steele Friday ou important
business.
Al Doyle was at Sleele this
Week on business He relumed
Friday.
Hold & Co. oiler Delaine Waist
Ends for ijtl.Till tins week see them.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Carey of
Spokane were Cranbrook visitors
on Thursday.
P. J. Doran and Harry Heeniin
of Spokane were registered at
the Royal Thursday.
Hill & Co's new 20th Century
suits, for full have just arrived
see them.
The Knights of Pythias and
Independent Order of Odd-
Fellows have decided to build a
hall for lodge purposes.
Wanted:—A boy or a girl to
learn office work. A good boy
or girl will be well treated.
Apply Prospector office.
F. W. Kelsall, who has been
in business nt Vancouver, sold
out, and returned to Cranhrook
Friday.
Harry Bradford who has been
ill at the hospital for several
days, has recovered, and is now
attending to business as usual.
G. T. Rogers has a lot of
pretty glass table sets, and
water sets that he is offering at
half price to close.
Hill Si Co-will have their
Millinery opening on Friday and
Saturday September 20th and
80th.
H. Eagleson. Vancouver, D.
Sutherland Toronto, C. D. Morris
Vancouver, and D. Mclntire
Winnipeg were guests ut the
Cranbrook Thursday.
Frank Dickison was out prospecting for several days this
week He located a claim about
one and a half miles south of
Cranbrook.
If your health is not perfect
have your eyes examined. Eyestrain may bo the cause of all
your trouble No charge for examination at Tale St Son "The
Opticians".
G. T. Rogers has a lotof fancy
BOu Bon dishes, cups and
saucers, spoon holders nnd
vases that he is offering at half
price.
Miss Connolly sisler of Dr.
Connolly, who was seriously
injured several weeks ago, is
out again, und receiving the
congratulation of her many
friends
Joseph Ryan of Kimberley
spent several days in Cranbrook
this week. Mr. Ryan is an enthusiast on mining and has
visited almost every prominent
mine in Southeast Kootenay.
L. B. VanDecar, of the Royal
hotel, has placed a much needed
plank walk across the lane, near
the hotel, which will be much
appreciated by pedestrians during wet weather.
English Footballers in St. Louis.
St Louis, Mo., September 28.
—The English Association football players, who arc on a tour
of the United States playing exhibition games and contest games,
will play their first game in this
city today. Football enthusiasts
from all parts nf the states are
here and an enormous crowd is
expected to lie present at the
game. This evening a reception
will be tendered lo the English
players. Another game will be
played tomorrow.
MAT KNLAROB SMELTER
Sullivan    Output    More    Thu
Mtrytville Plant Can Handle.
Spokane, Sept. 21.—The
Federal Mining company con
template enlarging the smelter
capacity for their Sullivan mine
in East Kootenay.
The mine has been running
since July 1st. Fifty men are
now employed in mine alone,
and loo men are employed in the
smelter. The ore in the mine is
massive sulphide ore, wilh less
than f, |ier cunt silica, it is
coiii|Hised of sulphides of lead,
iron and zinc. That treated
commercially averages about 8H
per cent lead and 14 ounces of
silver.
The ore is treated at the
Marysville smelter, hut the
capacity of the smelter is not
sufficient to handle ull the ore
taken out. Up to this time
the smelter has not been
able to accept ore from other
mines for treatment. However
the company intends lo enlarge
ite smelting capacity to keep
pace with the demands made
upon it.
When this is done it is probable that it will be in a position
to handle most of the ore mined
in that region. Increasing the
smelter would mean much to
that region. It would enable
more ore to be mined profitably
there and would give an impetus
to the mining of that country.
At present there is not much activity in the district as u whole,
except prospecting, which is being carried on to a considerable
extent.
BIO COPPER STRIKE.
Headlight Group Has Eight Feet
of Ore, On South Fork of Horse
Thief Creek.
Last Wednesday Tho Outcrop
reporter accompanied Mr. R. S.
Gallop to his group of claims,
the Headlight Group, situated
at the headwaters of the South
Fork of Horse Thief creek. As
it was Sunday before a return
was made to Wilmer it is impossible now to tell of all the sights
seen and claims visited, yet this
is one of the finest trips to be
taken in the valley and the oro
showings rank among the finest
and the largest.
On the Headlight group a very
big, and to this camp very important, copper strike was made
two weeks ago. This group extends from ihe Phoenix and
World's Fair group, also owned
by Mr. Gallop und partners,
right over the summit to Ihe
Jumbo Fork of Toby creek.
From the summit the glacier as
it disappeared crushed the surface rock and has left it covered
with broken rock of various
sixes and peculiar shu|Kis. This
shale is not so deep as it first
appears, but it makes it difficult
to locate the ledges, as it has
strewn the whole country with
boulders of very fine copper ore;
gome of these boulders of ore
would no doubt weigh two tons,
Mr. Gallop in starting work a
few weeks ago determined to
have open cuts made at the most
likely points up the hill and it
was in one of these the strike
was made. The wash had been
removed and a narrow out run in
the solid rock about 20 feet, when
the ledge was struck and further
development proved it to be
fully eight feet wide. At the
time of the visit there the
depth gained was not more than
10 or 12 feet, but from every indication the ledge run across the
hill and wont on under the
glaciers formed on either sides.
Around this opon cut it is estimated the miners had already
piled up on the dump over 50
tons of this rich looking miner
al. At the present writing no
tests of the ore have yet been
made and the value It carries
is awaited with much interest.
As Mr. Gallop has expended
thousands of dollars iu this
locality everyone hopes ha is
now about to reap the reward he
so much deserves and all wish
him success.    Wilmer Outcrop.
WKDDiNli BELLS
AT CRANBROOK
Thanksgiving Day-
Ottawa. Sept. IH—An order-
in Council has been passed appointing Thursday October 86th
for a general Thanksgiving Day.
Another order was passed fixing
tho 24l.li of May for the celebration of the King's birthday, instead of tho 9th of November.
Have Uoraraenoed Work.
Excavations tor the extension
of water mains was commenced
Thursday. Tho Water Works
company having decided lo ex
tent their mains, have let a contract lo Mr. W. W. Hegeman for
about 8400 linoul feet of excavation, and who has a force of
14 men al work on Van Home
avenue. The new main will have
a total length of 3400 feet, and
will he a four inch pipn along
Cranbrook street to the railway
crushing on Van Home street,
from there to the Sash & Door
factory a three inch pipe-will be
run. A hydrant will be placed
on the cornet' of Hyde and Cran
brook streets, and one at the
Sash & Door factory for lire
protection. This will be a great
convenience to residents in this
vicinity, affording an ample
supply of water for domestic
purposesalsoa protection against
fire.
The Stemwinder Strike.
A strike of rich galena ore
has iieen made in the Stemwinder. About three weeks ago, a
strike was reported, of six inches
of ore in a cross drift, which
from the fact that the ore body
was discovered between well defined walls, was considered important, since then the main
tunnel has been extended and
last week the tunnel run into
exceptionally rich ore. There
is at least 12 to 14 inches of the
ore, and the assay values, which
have not yet been made public,
are said to exceed all expectations
Aurora is Looking Good,
The work that is being done
on the Aurora is showing the
property up to splendid advantage. From the bottom of Ihe
50 foot shaft a drift has been run
ou the lead and this is now in
about 40 feet. For about 30 feet
of the distance the ore ,was zinc,
but tho last ten feel has been in
a high grade of galena. There
is a good strong lead which is
looking better each day. The
work in the other places is also
proving very satisfactory.
—Moyie Loader.
"The Stope" at Nelson.
Various names have been
given to what is generally known
as the side show in connection
with the bi,.' Fairs of late years,
Chicago had the "Midway
Phaisanno. St. Louis had the
"Pike" Portland had the "Trail"
New Westminster had the
"Sockeye Run", and Nelson will
have "The Stope" and the shows
already booked for "The Stope"
at the Nelson Fair nro of high
order, including Bosquils wild
animals, Prof. Smith's Mechanical City, "Lorite" the California
Armless wonder, Heirsch Merry-
Go-Round, Ericksons tamed
bears, und Miss Ella Kwiug the
Missoura Giantess the tallest
person in the world 8 ft. 4 in.
tail am' wears size 24 shoes and
size 14 gloves.
Tho Fair will be open to the
public at 1 o'clock on Wednesday
Sept. 20th and will close at 10
o'clock on the night of tho 22nd
The railways are giving single
fare for the round trip.
Nuptials of Miss Alios L. Cole
and Mr. Agustus Fairfield.
On Wednesday afternoon of
this week there was united in
marriage in this place Agustus
Fairfield nf Kimberley and Miss
Alice Love Cole of Cranbrook.
The wedding ceremony took
place at the residence of Dr.
King. Promptly at throe o'clock
the wedding march was played
by Miss Finnis and in a few
moments the contracting parties
entered the room where a number of invited guests wereawait-
ing Iheir arrival, Rev J. LeRoy
Sloat supported the groom
while Miss Maude Hutchcroft
assisted tho bride. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J.
P. Westman.
The ceremony being ovor congratulations wore in order and
aflerafew minutes social chat
the bride and groom were driven
to tho station where they took
the train for different points in
Ihe cast where the honeymoon
will be spent.
Tl ie many handsome presents
showed the high esteem in which
the bride and groom were held
in this place and as they left a
host of friends joined at, the
station and with best wishes for
their future happiness hoped
they would return and take up
their residence in Cranbrook.
Were Outing At Tracy Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Mutz, of
Fernie, Mrs. ll Seidenstahl,and
Mrs. L Seidenstahl of New York
were ouiing at Wasa and Tracy
Creek this week. They report
having an excellent tune notwithstanding a hard trip to the
Estolla mine, which was accomplished during a severe snow
storm. Having never seen a
mine, the trip through the E*-
tella tunnel for over 800 feet was
much enjoyed by the New York
visitors, who secured a number of
fine specimens of rich galena and
copper ore as a memento of their
first trip into n mine. The parly
on returning visited the Wild
Horse Creek placer mines, and
reached Cranbrook Monday tired
but much pleased with their
outing in the Rockies.
not much activity, but what
work is being done is of a substantial character, even on
claims owned by individuals,
who are devoting their energy
in the opening of their claims
in a manner that shows strong
faith in thoir prospects. The
Tiger Poorman people have
driven tunnels and cross-drifts
on the vein, and have it opened
up hy a number of tunnels, for a
depth of not less than 700 feet.
The breasts of all the tunnels
have fine showings of ore. The
tune has now come when mine
owners in this camp are figuring
on gettiug railway transportation. The Tiger-Poorman and
Kootenay King are sufficiently
advanced in development to
justify it. It is safe to say that
when the Kootenay Central railway is completed both of these
properties will be placed on the
shipping list.
DISTRICT MINIM NEWS.
AT THI METHODIST CHURCH
Large Audienoe Greets the Celebrated Leoturer Dr. John W
P. D. John.
The lecture on Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week in the
Methodist Church delivered by
Dr. John P. D. John were highly
successful in every respect.
Large audiences greeted the
lecturer each evening and the
expectations of the audience
were fully met. Dr. John is an
orator of the first degree. He
held his audience spellbound
during the whole course.
Particular reference might 'be
made to Wednesday evening
when he spoke on the subject
'Did man make God or did God
make man". Some described it
as "Great fireworks of Mental
power".
It was indeed a great treat for
the people of this place and the
people showed their ability to
enjoy good sound lectures full
of logic and argument, by turning out in large numbers and
also by the applause given.
Should Dr. John again visit
Cranbrook he will be greeted by
still larger houses.
Communioated.
Canby, Minn.,  U.S.A., Sept.
16th, 1905.
Editor Prospector,
Sir: I notice an article in
your pajier for September llth about my purchase of H.
W. Ross' interests up Pony
creok and ask you the favor to
allow me to say that most of it
therein contained is somewhat
misleading, at least so far as I
am concerned, and the party
who wrote it or gave you the in
formation is either |ioorly informed or prejudiced, especially
as to the cause or reason why I
bought Mr. Ross' so-called interests at Perry creek and else
where.
When it is stated Ihnt nothing
will bo done beyond Crown-
granting the claims tho writer is
certainly saying something that
ho cannot possibly know nothing
about.
I may at the proper time give
iu detail   my   experience   with
men and "Mining" in your part
of the country.   Yours truly,
John Swenson.
Shaughnessy at Cranbrook.
A party of C.P.R. officials and
directors, including Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy, president, William
Whyte, R. B. Angus, C. R. Hos
mer and others, will arrive at
Cranbrook today, about 10:30 a.
m. on their way east over the
Crow's Nest line. H
, At Wild Horse Camp.
At Wild Horse camp there is
Fernie Fires.
At 2:30 this morning fire was
discovered in the large boarding
house occupied by Robert Silver-
wood. The boarders were
aroused by the suffocating sensation produced by tho smoke
from the fire which originated
in. the kitchen near flue. The
chemical engine was soon on the
ground, and a hose line from the
hydrant at the Central hotel
comer lad, and in a few minutes
what lookod like the beginning
of another., conflagration was
conquered.
At 4:30 the fire gong sounded.
This time the tire was in the
shed on tho side of Purdy's store
The fire must have started in
this, shed near the door. The
fire department was promptly on
hand and succeeded in quenching the fire, which in a few
minutes, would have assumed
large proportions.
Taking into consideration the
fact that no stoves were used in
the building and no coal oil
lamps used, it would be difficult
to convince people that this last
fire is not the work of an incendiary.
Harlem Fall Regatta.
New York, September 28.—
Great interest is manifested
in the fall regatta of the Harlem
Regatta Association, which will
come off this afternoon. The
number of entries is unusually
large aud twelve clubs will be
represented. Ten events will be
on the program, including Junior
single shells, novice single shells,
senior single shells, junior
doubles, senior doubles, junior
four gigs, intermediate four gigs,
senior four gigs, junior centipede
and junior octopede.
Of Interest to Thoae Engaged ii
the Development ef the
Mining Industry.
Kimberley camp has been the
theatre of a number of important discoveries at depth whieh
shows the permanence of the
ledges of that section, and the/
are richer at depth than nearer
the surface. Tbe Sullivan,
Stemwinder and North Star
never had richer ore thu that
which is now being taken from
tbe mines.
A glance at the conditions of
mining as they are is sufficient
to convince any reasonable being
that. the output ot ore from
Southeast Kootenay will be in.
creased by at least 80% over that
of last year.
Mining news this week is
further evidence of the fact that
Southeast Kootenay is a vast
treasure house of precious metals
It- is reported that the Sullivan
Group Mining Co., will soon
commence - prospecting their
property by means of a diamond
drill.
The latest reports of the
mining industry in the copper
camps of the St. Mary's district
are extremely encouraging, and
should satisfy the most pessimistic that all that is required to
make that district a prosperous
and flourishing one is steady, unremitting development.
It issome time since metal market conditions, especially in respect to the price of silver and
lead,' were so satisfactory to tbe
miners as at present, and Southeast Kootenay has great cause
for rejoicing with <aHver at 60
cents, und over, and lead on the
London market at over £14.
A group of copper claims,
situated north of St. Mary's
Lake, known as the Uncle Sam
and High Peak, are being extensively developed, and promise
well. The vein is said to have
an average width of 12 feet,
while copper values run from 11
to 38%.
It is the enormous demand for
small silver coins in India, China,
and all other Oriental countries,
as well as at home in the United
States which keeps the price of
Silver up.
Twenty-five years ago the loan
in silver-lead smelting was 20%
of the contents of the ore in thoae
metals; today the loss of lead is
seldom in excess of S per cent,
and of silver less, and of gold
practically nothing.
A glance at the improvment
made by the St. Eugene company
this summer is enough to convince the most skeptical that
the big property will be worked
steadily for many years to come.
—Moyie Leader.
The wage roll of the silver-
load mines of the Kootenays
amount to 91.000.000 annually.
Swift Current Country.
J, fi. O'Hare, who came down
from the Swift Current oil fields
last Friday night, says the
Kalispell Inter-Lake; reports
conditions in that country as
being very encouraging. As
yet the work is only in a state of
development, but it is being
pushed with all possible rapidity
and the work of taking out oil
will begin soon. The Sherbin
well, in which the first strike
was made, now has oil standing
at a depth of 270 feet, a rise of
60 feet since it was measured
less than two months ago, The
well is now capped and as soon
as the necessary machinery can
be gotten on the ground the work
of taking it out will commence
Mr. O'Harasaya that a number
of capitalists have gone in there
the last few days and he expect*
to see a number of wells in operation before the first of the year. nn. i
l£i iSl'KiTi'' . CKAN'-ROOX
sept Mi;   :
DOMINION EXHIBIT
1905 — September  27   to October  "       190B
Under the auspices of ihe Roy.il Agricultural
ami Industrial Society.
New Westminster, B.C.
®ije Jfroepector.
I-.STAHI.IMIM
A. B. ©race,
MLBLISHKK    AND   EDITOR.
<Ww gfcoopector
SATURDAY. SEPT. W. 1806.
Pacific Railway. Sir. Wilfred
Laurier will soon have reservoirs
as well as mountains of informal ion about the road.
•  •  •
Hon ISill Galliher, being interviewed at Nelson uu the tariff
question, expressed himself as
follows:      •■'.'.    -   * !»!»!
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9
STRONG
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
I Guests Com tort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \
Stupendous and comprehensive array of  Ex
hibite representing the resources of all Canada
$100,000
IX   PRIZKS   AND
A TT I! AT T ION:
new.   handsomi
$100,000
and
In advertising. "Display" will
(attract attention—but the argu-
inient must sell the goods.
Enlarged    ground:
spacious buildings.
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS in  BowiDg  and  l»«ro»»e,   Horn.
Racing. Broncho "Blurting." Military P»r»dM »nd E»«rci»...
ROYAL IRISH GUARDS ud oth.r Ptmou. Band..
GRAND   WATEK   CARNIVAL   Parade   01   Frawr   river   tl.hing   *»et.
patrol boat*. HI   warahip*. Indian war canoo, stc.
Indian Sportt.
For all information writ. W. H. KEARY, Secretary  and Manager.
New We*Unin.t«r. B.C
IF there is any one thing the
people of Southeast Koote
nay need al the present time it
is the investment of capital to
develop our  great   natural   re
sources, and every inducement I The reader of yesterday may-
am! every encouragement should be ahnver tomorrow. Continue held out to those who haveIuoua    advertising    turns    the
money   to  bring  it   here.     And , reader into buyer.
especially is this true of camps  .	
situated away from the great: There i» nauc Catarrh in this
mining centers  like  Moyie and !>•:>''»''■ ■•( il»- .-injii-v than aHlotto
J allafaa'-a  )'llt    tOgCl "'-1'.   £.11.1     1111111     111,'
Kimberley. 11ml (■•« wars ma sudpokkI t" !«.-in-
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommo
daiions   for   the   public   unequalled
Cranbrook.
What we need here  iu
# Razors and
f Razor Strops
0J§ A  irood razor strop is to a good razor what
/fi\ a sood dinner is to a hungry man.
V. i.e., something necessary
jj£ to make both work
$$ well
flt\ We have Good Knzors and
flL Equally Good Roxor Strops
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South-1 '",'''''  |,°'   *  "''"'   lll:in>' ..v,'»|>
doctor. prtinoiUaced ii a l,a-al dueaM]
east Kootenev is the investment [and pranrtbed load remedies, ami by
of money,     Without it. the pro- oon.Untly failing >" pure with local
1        treatment*,  pronounced   n   incurable.
Kress ot tin* dlstrtot will be slow. |Solents   naa  proven catarrh u> b»> u|
hut with it it is no idle assertion wnwiiuiinnal  disease   ami  t^ta*
requires aonsutuUonal treatment.:
HallV Catarrh Curt*, manufactured i>\ ;
F. J. Cheney & Vo., Toledo, Ohio, u|
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And  it  will   be  to your advantage to see
stock if in need of either.
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WE GUARANTEE THEM
tabu*
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assertion |
io say that in a comparatively
short time Southeast Kooienay
will hecome one of the richest
and most populous districts in
llritish Columbia
...
Premier Laurier turned the
first dirt last week on the Grand
Trunk Pacific railway with a
silver spade. He is not reported
Uo have said anything about the''""""
attempted  hold up of this prov-
pice bv the 11rand Irunk Pacific, ♦
*
however,    neither   has   Senator II
Templeman.   who   told   uo less|»
than  a year ago.   that the road If
would be built through this prov
nice
e province if   we   would
iiu- onk constitutional cure on tie-
market.' It is taken Internally in ilo»ea
from lOdrops to a tea&poonful. 'l **c**
directly on the l,U»>a.l and raucous surfaces "I the system. They offer one
hundred dollaars for an,, case it fniia t"
eiiiv. Send t,,r circulars anil ttMi-
mi'iiiala.
Address J. P, C1IKN.-".V * r<>..
Toledo, ".
Solal by Prugglsta, 75e.
Take Hall's Pamllj Hills for .-"nsli-
♦
9
t
ISMIIC
You Think Of
"HUTCH
»
♦
♦
i
without one cent of cost tot J
oulyI *
sends "solid seven" to Ottawa.'*
L. C0HN
Tailor W importer of
. i.
Fine Woolens.
i'r.iiilinaik.
ii.tr,
ng At
oOHN HUTCHISON
-   PHONE  119   -
Cranhrook, B.C.. Kast Kootenay.
ft***********)***:************
•WW1* toKuKuomSKBIt
Pi'.ieMse   Price   $3.00 a Moith
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold fRoberts
explained the attempted graft
the part  of   the   Grand   Trunk I
Pacific;says the Phoenix Pioneer
........a......... ..»••* f.«-«!-««SKMSiSi*JieS6SS.^^
Phone  74-
ORANBROOK, B.C.
DISPENSING
*'£?'gj£Z±gL'&z.6
C. E. REID & CO.,   X
The Druggists.^
OUR
STATIONERS
SPECIALTY.
The "Solid Seven" are having!.,
troubles of their own. and it i
only reasonable to suppose,   will |*r
remain   divided   until   tie-
and   other   Appurtenances   are!J
divided   into  seven   parts, thus
safely guarding party interests
in this province
:: STEWARTS
| The  LEADING STORE  For
Fresh Fruit. Vegetables.
Choice Confectionery
I LEftSKS HENDERSON j
£
£
£
£
FASHIONABLE TAILORS    I
— Always Up-to-Oate - 3
j| Cranbrook,        -     -        B.C. 3
iViiViW^VfM^W^WiVdybViViifirf^:
MoGiarus Famous stoves r
At PATMORE BROS.
WY have -..in.- SPECIAL VAlATES In Heating .Stores
PATMORE BROS,
lor COLD WT.ATHKI1 by a.'le,iini- va.iar Hest-
na'w.    i 'nine in anal Soe i*ar Stork.
PATMORE BROS.
re yon the very Bast Satisfaction In th.- Stove line
Patmore Bros.
' wPlumbing. Roofing. Heating and Ventilating Engineers
I). V. Maitt. of the Fernie Led
L'l-r. was in the city this week,
instructing tbe tariff commissioners with regard to their duties
in dealing with British Colombia
industries, says the Nelson Econ-
■ omist.
...
Fred Simpson, editor of the
i Cranbrook Herald, foregathered
'with the tariff commissioners in
Nelson this week, also says the
: Economist.
The    American    immigratic
into  Southeast  Kootenay  is attracting a great deal of attention
: in the border states of Montana.
i Idaho and Washington
The proceedings of the tariff
commission when summed up
will look like six hits' worth of
nothing seated on the rough
edge of i lumber pile.
■i-i-i-i-i-i' >i"i-i-i-i"i-i"t-i-:-i-.
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
~t^t   Marysville.
B.C.  *E
FRESH SOTS.
SOFT DRT.KKS
'Baielwood Ice Cream"
PROMPT DELIVERY
The
valley.
largest ami  best
COMMODIOC
equipped hotel i
3 SAMPLE ROOMS,
I
n the St   Marys'    ^
%BSita«969e9aa9»I^S9a^<>i9^
Hugh Stewart
•; Phone 75    ftrm&irono. Ave
■i-i i-i-i-i-i-i-i' i-i-t-i-i-t-i-i-i-i-i-:
PHONE 98
P.O. liox 82
.SaVWaVlVn'^ia
rimn
t Crow's Nest
Steam Lraundry
nmtminmin^.
Rockv Mountain Chapter I
li   Flannels, Blankets, Curtains, Carpets, Etc
We Make a Specialty of Washing C.P.R. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   1'IRST   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mininft Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK AN6ERE. Manager
It is beyond the ken of mortal
man to correctly size up the
probable r»sult of the labors of
Ihe tariff commission, and Well
nigh impossible to extract the:
smallest degree of intelligence
or information from the move
ments of the gymnastic com-1
mission.
W. F. GURD
Barrister
* Solicitor, Etc.
NORTH   STAR       |
HOTEL t
Kimberley,   B. C.
H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
Cranbrook
British Columbia' *"
C  H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER   SOLICITOR
and ROTARY I'lllI.U .
Cranbrook. B.C
The above hotel has been recently erected,
ed throughout. The Bar is supplied with
Liquors and Cigars.
and neatly furnish        Petroleum has been  found   on
the  best  brands of the route  of  the (irand  Trunk
H. Thompson
m
The largest General Store
can   lx-  supplied  with   anytliin»
Post Office
Store
in Marysville. where miners
they want at all times at
HAKKIsTKK L SOLICITOR
X'TlKV PCBU<
Cranbrook prices.
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANOFACT1U.EKS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARRF.L, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX tli     b.
^     TELEPHONE HO. 1     p
Port  Steele Brewing Co.. Ltd.
Mechanic*, lartncr*. sport*men '
To ht.-»j  jiio H,tit2H ibe  rdtta   *n-l   rttoore M "ranltn*«»k.   to.t
xie*M   -■■11  *.n>! run sUin*.   p*ini  »ode»nh	
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
• ml   ml  '
MO,   aft* Tht-    M*.»t«-f   M*-*>b»*!-'' »
Mbtri ToiIm S4»p m   Mfm.
T«r Sn*o
% MUSIC |
Mrs. Hislop
THOMAS   McVITTIE
P.L.S. <£ C.E.
Fort Steele B.C.
Groceries,  Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
TEACHER OP THE
PIANOFORTE
£
£
VW^WWWWWWSWlg
Soeeial attention to touch.
technique, phrasing and
irradin? of studies.
For |a»rl i<-iilars Spplj to C. E. Reid *
,,.. The Druggists.
DR. E. W CONNOLLY
Physician and Surgeon
orFH'K ARMSTKO.VO   AVE
HOCUS:    'J to I) a.m.   J I,
"to * |».m.
fhime i Wis' 105     l:,--i<len,-e 1IIW
> p.m.
P. Burns & Co. i
: Hftrul Office,
I Calgary. Albarta.
f attention ih rulletl to the
"1'innct'i* [limited" iVa\lh» of the "MH-
waukiT A St Paul Railway." "Tho only
perfect traloi in the world."
You will tm>. it desirable to ride on
(hose truin*- when going to any polnl in
tin* Kutero Btatei <>r Canada. They
oonneot with uli Transcontinental
Traini and all Ticket Aitenti it'll
llrket*.
For further Information, pampliieu,
eti*. nek unv Tlokel Api-nt or
to. U FOHI). to. .s. ROWB,
Paea. Agent,        General Agent,
SPOKANE mUTI.AND
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
BY   USING
n°bp;>
TO
SEATTLE. TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. MUL, CHICMO, HEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Paine, and Touri.t
81ei'p»r». Buftott
Library Oar*. Mod.rn
Day Coach...
Dining Can,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best Meals
2 FAST   TKAISS
KAST   ASH WKST   I'AII.V
on Wheels
2
For full particular*, nit*,**.,   fotden
rw.. call -ui or addreee,
s.i;. YF.HKBS.O.W.P.A.,
Beattie. Wh.«Ii.
I.KlKiV  TUCBRR, ■   !'■   A    T.A.,
8pokane.
The Illinois Central
Maintain* unexcelled ■errloe fntm
tin* west to the eaxt and booUl Making
oIoho conneotiona with trnin*- of all
transcontinental linos, paetengwe are
giren their cboioe *>r routes to Chicago
Loutsvtile, Memphis and J*Tew OrleanSj
ami through then points t«> the hreait
rnv|HM*tivi- travelen deetiin| Infer*
ma'iiMi tkp to .the lowest ratec and Ik»I
rontes art* Invited t«< oorrespoodeoce
with the following repreaentetiTee.
it B. Truscbull, Commerda) Agenl
142Third St., Portland. Oregon.
I. I . 1.1MWKY. T. F. a I'.A.
142 Third St.. Portland. OregOfl
P, U. THOtipaoN, f. A P.A., Room I
Colinai) Bldg., Seattle. Wash.
Main Office for Eaat Kootenay. =* JJJrJ][*Na^h,a
Cranbrook, B.C
MINKKAL ACr
(mHM r.)
rritrrtri' stb <•!* urartTiuinrni
NOTICE.
Copper Cliff and North star Miners)
Claims,
Bftnaiatatha Fun sn-we utatai nhmiim
of RtSt Kooirimy pistrirt.
Wheif Iockum On (hr easl st.l,- ■>( north
fort ot thf Si. Mi»ry* Hlvrr ntwil 13 udsl
fn-m tlif bri-iim*
T»ke notice that I.Jotmu Cummlnt*.. Mfc
C. .So. it i.e.:* «rtln»! a«. am-nt for J.— oti
H. Wright Free Min.-r» O rdfi
cat* Na 1ITSM. and C P. Coon fnt Mi'irr%
Oafttfloue So. B.1BM, Inicnii. hImv «lnys from
ibvdatv hereof, to apply to iti.- .Vliniii^* Ket-onlcr
(ora tVrtitii-.iifdf tmprmt-mrrM. for Un- pur-
Crown Cram of the above
J. M. DEER
I Boovsitoe Maker
P. B. KING
»:   DENTIST
OPFICB Hm-Rs:
Wholesale and Retail
I Meat Merchai-its
£
All Work Guaranteed
New Work .Made to Measure
9 to 12a.ni
I to »• p.m.
7 to B ]t.m.
OWCI and REStDENCS
rmstrong Ave,
a'nanatr
luil.r1>J IU:,.
Armstrong Ave.
fc Dt-alcrs in
•^    Livestock  ,-......«..-.    _
cranbrook ^uimuuiuuiuuuiuuuum^iuuuuuiuiuiuiuuuiuuii
Abattoir and Cold Storage '-
at Calgary. Alberta."
And further uke noit.-c tbat tMtion. niMter
ftrctiot) st. miiit in- comm,'in(Ht before the i-»u-
ance o| such CSrUfleaM ol [mpraTemeatri
Da;iM ihtf iTth day of Auiru^t. A.ll. I9U.
■         JOBN »-.   ffMMISiiS
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK thai thirty .lay*, alter .late
I intend to apply t« iue chief Oommlaafoaer of
I^ndaand Works fur a special lirem-e to eul
and earn' away iinitn*r from ihr rollowtiif described land-, la soihIh-mjh Kootenay:—
OoaunOBCJnt at a post planti't at>out iwenly
chains HQlbof thcnorthcusi corner of Lot Ml
Southe-m Kootenay. thence e»*t eijtlity
chains, thence north eighty chain*-, tlienc*
rest eiithty chains thenee south eifhljr
ehalr.s Xo p[mvr> 0j biVinrlnti. knowu •» !•**
«!«
W J.TIMUCK.
Oa'-vd !Jrp:cit.l,cM(b   lav SI ■■■ssTTT-ii-T--11 inr— r-   	
This (;oupoq
Kntiti.kh ih,- holder t<i onb chance for j
tin' rtci.in Kii.vKii iw, wiiU'ii wU| lw given 1,1 i
Uu* holder ot the lurifa'a: number otOOPPONB ,»n :
January, lit, nam.
A itiriiiN will Ih- given whli every 1'lgur ■
or package ol i 'igarett,-* purchased between
September lit, UNfi and January  lit mm.
S. J. MIGHTON,
Tobacconist.
Hakkh Stiikkt. citANM.ooK. B.C.
WILL BE
Tl,is (;odpoq
Entitles the holder to onk OHaUfOB lor
the SOLID SILVER SKT which will !■*■ given lo
the holder ot thu luia.'c«t number ol OOVFOm on
January, lit. loon.
AtirmpoN will he given wilh every Cigar
'or package of Cigarette* purchased between
September lit, HUB and January  1st. HWi.
S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconist
Bakkr Stkbkt. CHANHItooK. B.C.
GIVEN   AWAY
190.
««««««%«»%«««««««%%»«.> a»a»»»»»»aj»»ajVa>a>,*aV*»«****« %»***.»*.*»">*»» •>■>»•>•■•
A   HANDSOME
Set of Table
SILVERWARE
Consisting of B6 Pieces
Valued at $75.00
I     One Dozen Dessert Spoons
One "   " Tea Spoons
One-half Dozen Table Spoons
One Dozen Table Forks
One   "   " Dessert Forks
One Butter Knife
One Sugar Spoon
Guaranteed to be Solid Silver,
In a Handsome Oak Cabinet.
•.•H-M4-H-H-H-.-M^^
A Coupon will be given away with every Cigar or package of Cigarettes
purchased - The person holding the largest number of coupons on
January 1st, 1906, will receive this handsome Silver Set.
S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconist
INNNNNNNMMMI
I Baker Street
Cranbrook, B. C.
NOTICE.
No. I.
Take nut lee that thirty day, after
date I Intend to apply to th. Chief
CommUiloner ol Landi* and Worka at
Victoria for a Special Llceuac to cut
and carry away timber from the following deaorlbed land, iu Southeast Kootenay Dlatrlct.
Commencing at a poet planted on the
north bank of the  Skookum  Chuck
River, about one half mile north of
Cariboo Creek, thenee north '.11 clialna,
thence eaat an chain*, ihenee Miuth SO
chrlna. thence went 10 chalna, themv
north IW chain, to the place of beginning containing 040 acrea more or leaa.
P.lJenaen. l-ocnlnr
Dated Aiigmt Slat, lliofi
2.   (Commencing at a poat planted
one half mile weat of Y. Jenaen'a timlier  claim,   thenee  nouth   Ml  chain*,
thenoe eail 40 clialna, thence north Itso
chalna, thence weal 40 chalna. thence
aonth HO chain* In place of \ beginning
containing M0 acrea more or leaa.
Kulda l.undln, Locator
P. .Icnacn. Agent
Dated Auguat 21, Mft
II.   Commencing at a )xwt  planted
one mile weat of Kulda Lundin'a tlmlwr
claim, thence aouth HO chalna, thence
eaat 80 chalna, thence nortli HO chalna,
thonee weat HO chalna to place ot beginning, containing 040. mire* more or
leaa.
P. Wlnfeldt, Locator
I'. .Ien.cn. Agent
Dated Auguat 21, IKK
I.   Commenoing at a |>om planted at
the north weal corner of P. Wlnfcldt'a
timber elaim. thenee north NO chalna,
thence eaat Ho'ehaina. thenee aonlh HO
chalna, thence weat Htl chain* lo place
nf iN'ginning containing 1140 ucrc*-inert*
or le»a.
P. Pcaraon, Locator
P. Jenaen, Agent
Dated Auguat 21, 1H0.V
8.   Commencing at a  poat   planted
one mile weat of P. Wlnfeldt'* timber
claim, thence aouth HO chalna. thence
eaat'SO chain*, theuce north.HO-chain*.
thence weat HO- chain* to plaee of.he-
glnulng containing 1140- acreafmore or
lea*.
B. Lundin, Locator
P. Jenaen. Agent
Dated Auguat 21. 1005
fl.   Commencing at   the   northweat
corner nf H. Lundin'* timber claim,
thence north an chalni. thence eaat HO
chalna, thence *outh HO chalna, thence
weat HO chain* to place of beginning
containing 1140 acre* more or leaa.
P. Wlnfeldt. Locator
P. Jensen. Agent
Dated Auguat 21. UN Hi
7.   Commencing at   a   jaiat planted
one half mile weat of B. Lundin'a eorner   |>oat,   thence  aouth   UK) chalna,
Ihenee ciiat 40 chalna, thenee north Ml
chalna, tbenee weat 40 chalna to place
of beginning containing 1140 acre* more
or lea*.
Wllhemina Miller. Locator
P. Jenaen, Agent
Dated Auguat 21. WOli
H.   Commencing j at* a poat  planted
one half mile weat of W.  .Miller'* corner   poat,   thenee aouth   100 chalna,
thence eaat 40 chain*, thence north 1110
chalna, thence weat 40 chain* to place
of beginning containing 040 acrea more
or leaa.
A. J. Miller, Locator
P. Jenaen. Agent
Dated Auguat 21, MOR
0.   Commencing at a poit one half
mile weat nf A. .1. Miller'a corner poat.
thenoe aouth 1H0 ehaina, thence eaat 40
aba.in*, thenee north 100 ehaina, thence
weat 40 chalna to place of beginning
containing 040 acrea more,or lea*.
N. Hanaon, locator
P. .Icnacn. Agent
Dated Auguat 21. lMt*>
10. Commencing at a poet planted
at the northweat comer of N. Hanaon'*
timber claim, thence aouth lot) chain*,
thence weat 40 chalna, thence north 1(10
chalna, thence eaat 40 ehaina to place
of beginning containing 1140 acrea more
or lcai.
Wllhemina Miller. Locator
P. Jeiiaen, Agent
Dated Auguat 21. UNV,
11. Vnmtnenclng at a poat planted
at the northweat corner of W. Miller'a
timber claim, thence weat 40 chain*,
thenee north 40 chain*, thence cu*t 100
chalna, thenee aouth 40 chain*, thence
weat. 120 ehaina to place of lieginning
containing H40 acre* more or leaa.
A. J. Miller. Locator
P. Jenaen, Agent
Dated Auguat 21, IH05 30   '
..IIIIIIIITI  a^mm—mmm
NOTICE.
Notice I, beroby flvcn It'll thirty ,l,ya after
alate I Intend lo apply to tbe Thief Oommli-
aion.r of Land* »nd Work, al Victor!, for a
Llcemw to prospect for Ooal and Petroleum on
the followlni deacrlhed laud, In Southeaat
Koolasuay.
Commenrina at a poat planted about ,1*1
ellbteen mile. Mat of MorrlaKy in mock No.
IMS. .ad at the aouthweat corner ot Mary
Fah.y'a claim, tbeare mouHi so ihaln,. tbence
ea*l ai clialna. thence north M chain,, tbence
weat M chalna to place ot beginning. Tbl,
claim wa* at oae time located by p. 8. Byam
of Spokane, Waih., aid known aa one of the
Hackett aroup.
A. MATUSKAY    I
JVI1ENF. MOUTH    i Locator,
J08. QALL, Ami.
Diud Morriowj Mian Avian lu, nw,   ■
lie
iger
I, »
tsl!
|ust
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ASSISS-
«,il"H
at Pnblte
at, forth*
9%%   0Mt«
tadtoth*
TMtd
1      .
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41 10
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is*
It 4*
• 70
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We «▼• You Yoop Monoy >s Worth
I
Aitvx wiiran mih rest.
ALwBX McCOOI-    Prop.
September 7th, 1906
A. C. NELSON.
Fort Steele A
«"-'-'J    ' f\haa*M9»Ma9aAAh     M ff
mswmmmm 1905 -  Sej
Undf
ami 1
New
stup
hibit
$100,000
Bull
spac
WORLD'S CHA1
Racing. Br
ROYAL IRISH
GRAND   WAT1
patrol boa
Indian Sport*.
For all in
New Weatminit
#  stock
mm
L
Grt
i.UI...
Cosy and
Comfortot
Marys
The ubc
ed through
Liquors am
+*>**>*9i
FC
MAND
SOLD
Ou
TIM HER NOTICK
Notice is hereby given thst thirty
days after date we intend to apply tu
tht* Chief Cor..-.,."...'irr of Land*} and
Workl for special licence* to cut and
carry away timber from the folio win,,*
d«*«cribed land*, in North-east Kootrnav
Pareel No. 1.
Commencing at a poet planted atmut
oue mile from White River lake and
.i in nit one-half mile from White Kiver
on the nouth ride and al*mit i*» mile*
froro It- mouth, thence caM about IW
chains, thence north 40 chain*, thence
woM  WO chain*, thence **0 chain* to
the place of itillil-l-Utvm.-Ut.
Dated thi* Hth day nf Auiruat. 1H0S.
J. K. White
Parcel No. 1.
Cominencini-r at J. K. WhiteV Moth*
we*t corner post parcel No. 1. thence
eaat lft) chain*, thence *outh 40 chain*,
thence we*t 1*0 chain*, thence north 40
chain* to ihe plaee of commencement-
Dated thUVth day of AujruM. 1*15.
t . A. • hapman
I'areel No. 1.
t ommeneing at a pwt planted at C. j
A. Chapman'* soatlwagl corner I'areel !
Xo. 1. thence eaat IHO chains, thence'
touth 40 chain*, thence weat 1B0 chain*
thence North 40 chain* to the place of.
commencement.
I»aled this Ml day of Augiui. 1905.     ■
Wm. Carlin
Parcel No. I.
t'ommeneing at   a   \***\   planted  all
Wm. Carlin'* *outhwe»,t eorner parcel!
Xo   I.  theuce ea*>i  |(i0 chain*, thence
*'iith 40 chain*, them**- wc*.t 160 chain*,
thence north 40chain, to the plaee of
eiiniincncemeut.
DaU-d thi* ''tn day ol August. U«V*.
A. Doyle
I'anvi No. 1.
Commencing at A. Itorle'a northwe-t
•.■orner port parcel Xo. I. thenee *outh
UU  chain*,   thence   west   40   chain*. !
themv n<*rth li» chain*. ihem*e eaat #0|
ehaina to tne place of commencement.
Dat«*d thi* Btfa day of Augu*t. WLfi
Wm. Walah
I'anvi Xo. 1.
Commencing al a po*t plauted on the |
MBthwert side -if White River, and i
atmut I*) chain* northwest of J. EL i
White * northwest comer, parcel Xo. 1 ,
thenc*- ea*t 40 chain*, thenee .«outh 1H0
ehain*. IftODOfl west 40 chains, thence
north IflD chain* to the plan* of com-
ineni*ement.
Dated thi*. loth day of August. 1W6
K. Din more
Parcel Xo. 1.
Commencing at a posl planU-d at F.
Binmore"* northw.**t corner parcel No.
I. tbence north \*V chain*, thenee VOOt
40 chain*, thenee south It* chain*.
thenee eaet  40 chain* to the place of
commencement.
Dated thi* loth day n( August, 1906.
(i. Geary
Parcel Xo. I.
Commencing at a post planted on tbe
northeast side   of   White   Itiver  and
about   *0 chain* east of F. Binmore*
northeast corner parcel Xo.   1.  thence
ea*t fto chain*, thence south **■> chains,
thenee west *** chains, thence north SO
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated thi* 10th day of August, 1905.
Ben Warden
Parcel So. i.
Commencing at a post planted at
Ben WerdenV northwest corner jiareel
Xo. 1, thence eaat **0 chains, thence
north HO chain*. thence weat HO chalna
thence south BO cbalni to the place of
eommencement.
Dated this 10th day of .August. 1^05
John Glen
Parcel No. I.
(Commencing   at   a   poet  planted  at
John Glen** northwest .*orner parcel
No. 2. thence east *o chains, thence
north  HO chains, thence west 80 chains
thence BOOth HO chains t»> ibe place of
commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, W05
Irvin Shedgivick
Parcel Xo. 1.
Commencing at a *x*»t planted on the
northeast side of White River and
abottt one-half mile north-easterly from
(leorge < leary's northeast corner jiareel
No. 1. thence east f*0 chains, tbence
north *0 chains, thence west 80 chains,
theuce south HO chain* Ui the place of
commencement.
Dated thi* 10th dny of August, IHO,"
A. It. Morrice
Parcel X'v 1
Oonmmnclnjf at a i*wt planted on the
north *ide ui White Btvor anil about 10
mile- from  its mouth,  them a*t HO
chains, thence north 80 ehains. thence
west HO chain*, thence south 80 chains
tn place of commencement.
Dated ihi* llth day of August. 1006,
A. Doyle
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a |xt*t planted 40
chains east of A. Doyle's southwest
corner |)ost parcel No. 2, thence south
HO chains, thenee east HO chains, thenee
north HO chain*, thence west *0 chains
to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1905
Wm. Walsh
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a |»OHt planted at A.
Doyle's northwest corner parcel No. 2,
thenee west 160 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence eaat 100 chains,
theuce south 40 chains to place of commencement.
1 feted ibis llth day of August., PJOo
F. Binmore
No. S.
Commencing at a post planted on the
•outh aide of White River and at F,
Binmore'* northeast corner parcel No. I
% Tbence weat tflOchain*, ihenee north
40 ehaina, thence eaat IW chain*.
thenee soutb 40 chain* to place of commencement.
looted thi* Uth day of August. 1906
ti. Geary
Xo. 2.
Commencing at a pus* planted Ji
chain- west of G. Geary's northeast
corner parcel No. ?, thence west 160
chain*, thence north 40 ohalns, ihenee
eaat ItiO chain*, thenee south 40 chain*
to plaee of commencement.
Dinted this llth day of .Vugu*t. 1«»5
A. It. Morrice
No.t
Cemmenciug at a jawt planted 20
chains vest ol A. B. Morrice'* north*
eaat corner panvl No. 2. thence west
100 enaloa. thence north 40 chains,
thence east ]'•• chain*, thence south 40
chain- to place of eommencemeut.
Ihtted thi* Uth day of Angttt- 1905
lien Wenlen
No. 2.
CtHimieuciug at a poal planted 20
chain* west of Hen Wenlen* northeast
eorner parcel Xo. 2. thence west 100
ehain*. ; hence nort h 40 chain*, thence
eaat 1H0 chain-, thence soutb 40 chains
U> place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1906
Irven Shodgivick
No. 2.
i 'ommeneing st a |nmI 20 chain* west
of Irven Shedgivick* northexsl corner
pust parcel Xo. 2. thence great ho chains
theniv nortli SO chain*, thence east SO
chain*, thence south **0 chain* to place
of commencement.
Dated this Uth day of August, Imri
John Glen
Parcel Xo. 2.
< 'ommeneing at a |>o*t planted .10
chain* west of John Glen'* northeast
,timer pan-el Xo, 2. th**nee west 90
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
t-a-t HO chains, thence south *o chains
to the place of commencement.
Dated thi* Uth day of August, 1906
Willis M. Violetle
Parcel Xu. 2.
Commencing at a posl planted about
four miles northeasterly of G. Geary'*
northeast post parcel Xo. 1. thence
west HO chain*, thence south HO chains.
thence eaat Ho chains, thence north HO
chains to the place of commencement.
Dat«-d thi* Hull day of August. Wi
.1. F. Wlilte
Parcel Xo. 2,
Commencing at a post planted 40
chain* west of J. F. White's southeast-
corner pared Xo. 2, thence nouth 180
chain*, thenoe west 40 chain*, thenee
north 100 chain*, thence east 40 chains
to ihe place ol commencement
Dat»*d thi* loth day of August, 1906
( . A. Chapman
Parrel Xo. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 40
chain* west of J. F. White's northeast corner parcel Xo. 2. thence
north 1H0 chain*, theme west 40 ehain*
thence south 100 chains, thence east 40
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905
38 William Carlin
HOTlOaV.
TAKK SOTH K tbal I -Blend toapply to the
«:..•■; Commi**>.otirr of Land* add Work* b> •
Sp*otal Uc*o-*? to rut scd nrry mj uniVr
r.-.j-i. ;hr folloaiD** drvrtbed laads in Eat*.
Kootenai l>i»t*.c-t. Brltiih Columbia
Coumtneiaa at a p*ci planted at J- W-.rtt. I
South East rvrr.rr No i r.a.n. ib«nc« Nortb Ml
NOTICE.
T»kc notice that I intend to apply to
MOTtCf.
TAKB 5WTICT rtal T*w4 w apply to*ba
("hist C«mmi-iioa#r ot land*, and Work* Iot a (
sptcial Ucaan to cut and carry away itmber | the Chief Commissioner of   LaWOI »'!''
(ran tb« (oilowint d*nortb«d .*ud» la Southeast Kootenay Oittrlct. HrlU*b Colnmbla
rotnmrncelac at a po*i plantf*d ai Sel« Jobn
10a * northeast i-orner  NO   - U,*ente   tbenre
chama. ibeace KM « ehslas. thenrr South 1*  •»*•*??* **fw ??*• SS J*fi!
rbalaa. thence aeat ♦■ chains to pl**e of !*•-
tinning.
Date* ihi- .Ah da> ot .\u«uai. tux
». H  Kershaw. Loealor
\w<t%l Wcbtinn. ibeore nortb A'chitns to plaee
of nefinniaff.
L*lev. thl*. lAn day ot auku-i. i■.»'"'
K   It  S«ial)
jt locator.
N0T,CE' Horica
TAKE NOTICE ihal 1 latend u> apply to Um .
Cbtaf Oowaua-ioner of I*ait» and Work* for a '    Take notice tbat »■ daya after date 1 tfce «b
Spevial Ueeaae lo cut »nd entry away limber ' der*lfne«l Intend to npply  to the Chief  Com
from tbe followiui de»»nbed land*  In  Katl j missloaer of Land* and Works at   Victoria.  B
Kootenay IHstritt. Rriilxb Columbia j C. lor a kperlal liceme to «ut and carry away
Umber from tha following described land*, in
Ka*t Kootenay.
OowaM-m'lug at a poni planted at A. T Collwell*' aouthea*t corner tbence North I"1 chains
tbeaee East lo chains, tbenee South lrt> chains |    Commfncing at a post planted one half mile
tbenee Weat *> chaim to place ul hefinnini
Hated this t*th day of .\u»run. \***
H  Kerahaw. Jr.
9. Lorator.
NOTICt.
TAKE NOTICE thai 1 m wad to a pp. J lo tbe
Chief CMamissiotMr of LauSa and Work. lor a
sprrial Ltcenae to cut and earry away Um tier
trom the followtng desrribed land* in East
Kooteoay l»istri.i  British Columbia
Commencing at a poat planted at II
Kerahaw a South East -.orner No. t ItaSBtt
thence Nortb DM) chains, thence East ¥) cbatni.
tbtaoe Soutb I60 chains, thoan Want *o chains
to place ot beglnainf-
Dated this mb. day of Aufatt, 1Mb.
J. Wirth,
VOT1CB.
TAK l: NOTICE that I Intend to apply to tha
Chief CommUslocer of Lands aad works for a
special Licvnte tu. ul and carry away Umber
ffou the foilowiuK deMTlt*ed toad- in Kaal
Kootenay Diatrtet, ltilli-.li t olumbla
Commt-ncitii* at a post planted at J. MrNail's
North \\v-l coriit-r thence South Iflu chalat.
thence We>t tUebains. tbence North IGOrbain*
theiu-e En»t Hi chains to plaee of beginning:
Dated thl* iAh day of August, r.«n\
*M J. Marten. locator
HOT1CE.
TAKE NiH'ICE that I lutend toapply to Ihe
Chief Commis.»ioner of Land* and Works for a
Special Liren.se to eul ami oarry away Umber
from the following deat'rU*e.i lands la East
Kootenay DUtrlct. llritish Columbia:
Commeneelngain pORl planted at A.A.EwIn's
North West comer thence South  IW chains,
them-e West 10 chain*, thence Nur-h IW chain*,
thence East *" chain* to place of besinnlntr.
I>nted this l**ih. day ol August. 1WA,
J. McNeil
»i locator.
HOT1CE.
TAKE NOTICE that I Intend to apply io the
Chief Cnmmts*ioner of Ijiada and Works for a
Special License to cut and carry away Umber
from the tollowlas described lands in East
Kooienay Hist rid, Hrltish Columbia:
Comtnenrinjt at I port planted at Jacob Net
son s North Weat corner, tbence Soutb MO
chains, thence West 40 chains, thence North
lAicliain*. tbence East '"chains to plaee ot beginning.
Dated this 15th. day of August. IWfi.
A  A. Ewln.
M levator.
NOTICK.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to tht* Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria for a Special Licence to cut
and carry away timlier from the follow*
ing described lande in Southeast Kootenay district:
1. Commencinu; at a post planted on
the west lino of the Crow's Nest Lum-
der Co. lease, thenee west HO chains,
thence south HO chain*, thence eaat HO
chains, thenee north BO chains to place,
of beginning containing tv+i acres more
or let**.
II. Lundin, Locator
I'. Jensen. Agent
Dated August 21, 1W6
*>.   Commencing at a poat planted at
the  northeast  corner of H.   l.undinV
timber claim, theuce west Hi) chain*,
theoce north HO chains, thence east  HO
chains, thence south **' chains to place
of beyinnihi* containing 040 acres more
or less.
il. Lundin. Locator
I'. Jensen, Ageut
Dated AaUgUStSl, P.KI5
■I.   Commencing at a jiost planted one
half mile west of the lino of the Crow's
Nest   Lumber Co.   lease,  on the north
line of B. Lundin's Umber claim, thence
east 40 chains, thence north ltin chains,
thence west 40 chain-, thence south HtO
chains to place nf tteyinniii..' contiiiiiin-.'
H40 acres more or less
P. Jensen. Locator
Dated August 21. 1005
4. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of P. .lenson's
timber claim, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 100 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence south 100 chains to place
of beginning containing 040 sores more
or less.
Thos. Main, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1W05 86
KOT1CE.
TAK E S'UTICE that I intend to apply to Ibe
Cblef ("oirtmisskiner of Landr aad Worka for u
Speoial License to rut and carry away timber
from tbe tollowlas described landa tn Easl
Kootenay District, llritish Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted >i mile w.-.t u|
tbe ftlcookumebuck river, un the tint creek on
weat aide and close to trail going ip said creek,
thenee Mouth WS chain*,, thence West 40chalna
thence North UV) chains, thence Ks-t 40 chains
to place of beKlnnlni*.
Dated thi* lath day of AUiruat, 1S0S
Jacob Nelson
*■ Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that.I intend toapply to the
Chief Commissioner of I and* ana works fo a
Special License to cut andean? away timber
from tbe following deacrlbed lands iu East
Kootenay District. British Columbia;
Commencing at a post plantedat II. Kerahaw
Jr • Southeast corner No. ..'license, tbenee easl
to chain*, thence North 160 chain-., theme West
to chain*, thenoe South UO chains to place of
beginning.
Dated LbJa isth day of Amrua. IP*.
J. Wirth
fft. Locator.
aoutbof thenorthwei.1 corner of ,\. T Collwell
tbence weal*'chains. lhcn«-e north HO chain*:
theaee ea»t v I'hain*. them-e south iicbaln* t.
plarc <tf beginning.
Dated ibi* tSlhdaj of .\ugu*t  i*A
John Kwin.
SS locator
NOTICE.
TAKK NilTiCK tbnt I Intend to applv u>
tbe Cblef Commissioner of Land* and Works
forn license to cut and carry away limber
from the following described land* In South
But Kootenay i Commencing at a post planted on* mile nortb of J. MoXaU's Mnhwr-M
eorner. ihwce eaat to chalni, tasaasssath #>
chalna, tlMBce weal » chain*, tteare Mrth to
•aainaiapiaceof beginning.
Dalii tbi' "ith day of August. UK*.
y: Nels Johuaoa
Works for a special license to cut and
i*arrv aaay timber from the following
described land*, in Southea*t Kooteoa;
district llritish Columbia:
Commencing at tha southeast eorner
of .la*. Blghwarden's Xo. 1 timber
license, thiDoe we?*t ldO chain*, thence
south 40 chain-, thence east Mo chains,
thence north 40 chaim. to place of commence taent.
Dated Auguat llth. 190-'>
:to Jaa. Ilighwarden
MOT1CB.
Take notice that I intend toapply is the Chief
Commlailoneri of Land* and WartW for a
Spe* lai Lleenae to cut and carry away limber
from the following d*-*cnbed laaSa Ul South
■sat Kooietiav DUtrlct BritUh Colamhla:
Commencing at a posl planted one half mile
■*jttth of J. Marten's QOrUtWSRl corner, thence
south UBebalm ihencv west*)ebalna ibence
north 1<M chutna, ibenre east 40 chains to tbe
place of beginning.
Dated this »*th day of Angust. t^i.
Noll Johnson
■ l^'Htnr
NOTICt.
Take notice thul I intend lo apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described landa in Southeast Kootenay
district Hritiah < olumbla:
Commencing at Thos. Dow's south
line on Cariboo Creek] thence east 40
ehaina. thence south HO chains, thenee
wet-t So chains, thenco north ho chains,
thence east 40 chuins to place of i-oni-
menccmenl.
Dated August :lcd, 1906.
30 loe T.ienhaiwer
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to upply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Lands and
Works for a ipedftl lleeniw to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Ktsitenay
district British Columbia,
Commencing at the southwest corner
of .las. Highwarden's No. 2 timlier
llccns**, themv J*0 chains west, thence
•Ml chains north, thence *) chains easl.
themv SU chain* stiuih to plwn* of com-
mcti cement.
Dated August llth. ifKWi
■I. Taenhauser
TOTICE.
Take notice that I intend toapply to
the Chief i mnnilssioncr of Ijuids and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry u-.;i> timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district llritish Columbia:
Comui'-nclng one ami one half miles
west of the southeast corner uf J.
Taenhauser's timber license Xo. 2.
thenee south 80 obalna.. thence west no
chains, thence north So chains, thence
east SO chains to place of commencement.
Dated August llth. 1'JO.J
86 .1. McNeil
NOTICE.
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
curry awuy tin,ber from the following
described lauds in Southeast Kootenay
district Hrlllsh Columbia;
Commencing at the southcutt corner
of A. A. Ewioa timber license, thence
loO chains south, thence 40 chains wesl
thence 100 chains north, thence 40
chains eust to pis f commencement.
Dated August 3rd, MR.
30 .John Ewln
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend toapply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a Special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kmdenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the southwest corner
of .lis* Taenhauser's timber license,
thence west 40 chains, thence north 100
chains, thence 40 chains eust, thence
100 chain* south to plaee of commeneement.
Dated August 3rd, HKR
30 A. A. Kwin
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to auply to the
Chief Com mi-ii ioner of Lands and Works for a
Special Ucense to cut aud carry away timber
from Ibe following described lands in Kaat
Kootenej DUtrlct. British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at Nels John-
Kon's northwest corner No, t Mcenae thence
west Wchalns. tbence north uWj.. nn.. thence
«*ast 40 chain*, thence sou'h iwt chain* to p'-icc
of beginning.
l>ated this iritb day of August. 19C.V
A T. Collwell
:»'• locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands' and
Works for a s]>ecial license to ctit and
carry away timlier from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at J, Marten's south
line on Catjbpp Creos. thence east 40
chains, thence south HO chains, thenee
west SO chains, thence north HO chains
thence east 40 chains u* place of commencement
Dated August 8, l.sR
3« Thos. Dow
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Conunlsalooar Ol Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry awav timlier from the following
d<**cribed lands in Southeast Kootensy
district British Columbia:
Commencing' at the northeast comer
of Thos. Roberts timber license, thfcnce
east HO chains, ihenee south HO ehains,
thence west su chains, thence north HO
chuins to place ol commencement.
Dated August 8rd, r.*R
;si Jaoob Nelson
NOTICE.
Take Notice tlmt thirty day- after
date! Intend to apply in the Chief OcmmlS-
lloasi of Landa und Works .it Victoria for a
I.Uviise to prospe. t for (dal and Petroleum oB
the following described laud*. Hltuate on Kord
tag Hint In South BMl Kootenay
Oommeaolngai spoat plan led bear the north*
weal corner of .lohu llrown s in-eni-e and on the
east rids of Itlock  No.   is*-   tbence B'-rtb SS
liaiiiH. Uiencc cast w) chant-  ihenee south SS
halns. then, ■ west w chain* to plaoe of be*
gtnnins
sled AnvuBt itth ISA,
Mnud Kvana. locator
i John llrown. Agent
NOTICE.
Take S'.illie llisL :«i<ln>s afterdate I Intend
toappl) toihe Chief Coii.im*»loner of Landa
ami VjTorkl at Victoria for a I.lcetiae to proa-
pert tor Coul and Petroleum oa tbe following
describe.! tamli, altuate on Fording Hiver la
SoutbKfisi KiMjunay
Counni'-in ut' at a post planted near lbs
northea-t conker of K Harvey's coal and
petroleum llosaee tbence south nu chains,
tbenee easl wi chains, ihfi.ee north so chalna,
thenee weal SO chains to place of beginning,
.'oiuatnuit* '-utaen-i iiino- or leas.
I'stcd AUgUStItta, W>
Violet Kvan*. Locator
X* John Hruwa. Agent
NOTICE.
NoUce Is hereby given that 1 Intend thirty
■lays after date lo apply lo the Chief Commts*
llOSSt of I,.iii'U and Work* of the Province of
British folumht.. for u Licence to prospect for
Ooal '.'i'i Pctiolt-iiin on the following describes
Iuiiils situate in Southeast Kootenay:
Conunsootng ut u pou planted five mile*
north ami about one and  tht"r fourths miles
wmi st Um nonh-ssst ssrear of i.ot so. imi,
thence M.uili su chulnn. theuce Kast so chains,
(Usees north su chains, ihenee  west nu chains
to pises Of cotnincttcetneni.
Datod Aiu-ust nth. \wf>.
* John llruwii. I,*K-ator.
NOTK l
Tak*1 notice tlufl I intend to nypij u>
tho t'hief. C6mmuaioner of Landi and
Works for a special licente to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands io Southeast Kootenay
listriet British Columbia:
('omnienciny; at ihe southeast corner
of .lit-. Highwarden's Xo. 1 timlier
license, thence south SO chuin-. thence
west SO chains, tbence ninth *0 chuitn
thence east 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Alt-roW llth. 1005
80 Thus, [ktw
NOTICB.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for aBpOOial license to cut and
carry away timlier from the following
descritied lands in Southeast K'sitcnay
district British Columbia;
Commencing at the northeast comer
of .1, Kwin's timber license, thence east
40 chain*,, thence south 100 chains,
thence west 40 chains, thence north tflO
chain* to place of commencement.
Dated August 8rdt.JD0fi
:t*i Thos. Roberts
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that thirty days after date I
Intend io apply to the Chief Commissioner of
la.ci.i- and Works for a Licence to prospect (or
Coal and Petroleum on tbe following land. Is
South Kuat Kootenay:
Connnesswg .u the aoutbeaNt corner post
planted on the north line ot U. Moore's coal
UoenSO, thenc,' north su ehaius. theuce weal
ll.* elinlti* more or less to the eust line of C.
ll GUI's Coal Items, thence south W chslSk
to Uu iioiitiwi'nt corner of p. Moore's coal
llceiicf. LbSBPSSasI II gB chain* lo place of be-
glaalag.
Dated August ti.tii.iwtt
Jamc* T. Laldlaw. Locator
Xi John llrown. Agent
NOTICE.
TAKK MiTUK that thirty days after date 1
1 iui.'ii.i to upply to (he t'hief Commissioner Sf
Lailil-  and   Works for a   License   to pro-peel
ror foul sad Petroleum ou the following lands
in south Knit Kootssayi
Coauneaclngalapottpisatsd st tbe north-
went corner lieiriK the north>'n<*t corner post of
H Moon's ran) licence theuce east 11.wchain*
UtSnn south ^1 cbatni thence *e«t n ?• chains
itmoe north wi chains to plsok of beginning.
Ds|ad Assnsl isih. latt
a&dren Uldlsw. Locator
■ft John llrown, Agent
nones.
TAKK NOTICK tbat I Intend lo apply to the
! chief Commissioner ol I<audi and Works for »
i SpotiUI License to cut and carry away limber
. Iran the following  described landa In Kaat
II Ktoteaay District. Brltlab Columbia.
Commencing at a post planted al H. Kershaw
Jr s northeast eorner No. t license, iheiu-e
west SO chains, them e north SS chains, thence
.esntSQehstas, ihehce south SO chains to the
1 place of beginning.
Dale?d this l'.'tli day of August. 10U.V
£. H. Small
SG Locator
READ.
THE PHOeMCTOlt
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK (hat I Intend to apply to tbt
•T'hief <aooimls8loner of Land and Works for a
Special Licence io rut and carry away limber
from the following described lauds In South
•east Kootenay District. British Columbia.
Coteametag at a poat planted at K. Small's
southeast corner, thence north 80 chains,
tbence east to chains, tbence south ») chains,
thenc*-weal eighty chain* to plaee of l«gfn-
niiig.
Dated this IStb dny of Auguat, IW..
It. P. Cook
NOTICE,
Take notice thst I Intend to apply to
the < hii-f Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a s]M*cial licenne to cut and
cam away timlier from the following
deaorlbed landa in Southeast Kootenay
districl llritish Coltunbia:
Commencing -Jo chains sonthofthe
southwest corherof A. \. Kwin's No, -
timber Ueaoae) thence went 100 ehains,
tinjii'''* north 40 chains, thenoe cast 100
chains, theme aouth 40 chains to place
of commencement.
Dated August llth. IW.".
•W Jas lli.'hwiinl.'N
HOT1CX.
Notice is hereby given that slgly days after
date I Intend to apply to the Hon. Ihe Chief
Coin mission er of Land* and Works tor permission to puKhs>e the following described
lands, xituated In Kan Kootenay District:—
Commencing at a post \>,ntiu*d ai the nortb
west corner of Lot i"Jb9, (iroup I. in tbe said
Kast Kootenay District; thenee east *«)uhafnH,
thence north »ichain- iti.-uo- wetu W chains
noes or lew. to tbe Eaat iwnk of tbe Elk Rlrsr.
tbence-M>uibeasterly along tbe -mid easterly
bank of tbe Elk Hiver alK-ui *i cbglns to tbe
place of commeneement. there being IHO acres I of
more or leaa.
Klk Hiver. H.C.. June'ilth. ]*«..
T   \V. I1INOAY ;i,;
NOTICE.
T\hr NOnCS that thirty days after date 1
Inland to spply to tbe Chief commlasloner si
LSnds A Works lor a .-Tclal license (o cut ami
earrv away 'hnber from the following dewrlb-
ett ijin.i'. in Sooth East Kooteoay devrlbedss
follom Dommenolng »i u post marked
rlea I* Lund ■ s K eorner, at the iniemee-
tum of Lot outt and aboat M chains north st
Lol fflS do Ibe Eaat side of the Kootenay I0v«r
in South Baal Kimtensy.and running 100chains
North, th'-nc" Niehalnr. west more or less to eaat
hunk of laid Kootenay Itiver. thence south
follow im.* said bank to a point op:>osiie the
point of Doromenesmsati tnsnosssst so chains
more or lewi lo the lwint of commcnceioent.
Dated iiu-. r.th day «f August, !«*■
» l II AltLKS P. Ll'ND. Uocstor
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the t'hief Commissioner of Land* and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenuy
district, llritish Columbia.
Commenoing at a |swt planted about
00 chains south of Skookum Chuck
< 'reek, on Cariboo ('reek, on the south
line of Pete Jensen's timber license,
thence eaat 40 chains, thence aouth no
chains, thence weal HO chains,  thence
north 80 chains, them est 40 chains
to place of beginning.
Dated August 3rd, 1900
•fci .1. Marten. Locator
NOTICE.
N'ntice la hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of r*ands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands situate in
Southeast Kootenay.
Commenoing at the southeast corner
of I/it 2047 (Jroup one, theuce
north HO chains, theuce east SO
chains, theuce south HO chains, thence.
west 40 chains, ihenee south 20 chuins,
thence west 20 chains, thence north 20
chains, thence west 20 chains to place
beginning, containing HWl acres
more or less.
John A. McDonald, Locator
For
Soft.
White,
Fragrant
Shin,
Use
BABY'S
SOAP
Mo other Soap Is just as goo-1.  oat
I HUM TOILFT tQAP CO., Nfri. MSTIttl.
THR MASTER MECHANIC'S mm TtR soap
hfmliMxl •uftrn» tin* Mkin. wlnlo pTMBMlj rlrMirin^a
■if grr9f. oil. ru*t, r(c. lii.kli.atl>lr for in.- liwiu-a
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MINING*
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FORTV-FIFTH YEAH.
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LOCAL NEWS.
F, Atkinson, Burlington, was
in the city Wednesday,
J. D. Becker or Bayard wns in
town Tuesday.
O, Harrower, Lethbridge, was
a Cranbrook visilor on Tuesday
O. Evans and VV. K Smith of
Sirdar were guests g< ,1,,, Cran
brook Wednesday.
Alderman Steve Wallace of
Kernie was at Cranhrook Wed
nesday on business.
J. Neiderstudl, and 1) .1 Rimer
of Moyie, were at CranbrooV
Monday.
For snappy, smart titling
elothes, try Ihe Gill Edge, Union
made. Leask & Henderson.
They are all sure titters and
cheap, in price, hut of extra
good quality.
Chas. H.,Schrener, and P. W.
Schrener, of Mt. Carroll, III.,
were guests at the Cosmopolitan
ou Wednesday. The Messrs
Schrener, ure mining' men] and
prospectors, and will spend
several weeks.'in this vicinity
looking over the mining sit
uation.
Attention! Everybody lhai
wants furniture repaired or up
bolstering done, or new work,
would do well to como and se<
me New samples on hand. M\
charges are moderate. A
Ghknikh, Armstrong Ave.
A sudden drop in the temperature occurred throughout South
eust Kootenay during the earl;,
part of this week. In Cranbrool
Ibe thermometer went below 40.
while in other partsof I he district
the mercury registered 85 de
grees with accompanying frosts.
Cheap Rates to Coast.     '
Are you going to Portland
Fair? If so, why not go while
the Dominion Exhibition is on at
New Westminster, and take in
both fairs for the pi ice of one?
The Canadian Pacific Railway
will issue tickets to Portland
and return for <fi".00 good for
30 days, and to New Westminster
ou Sept. -4th to Oct. il inclusive,
good to return until Oct. 12th
for #21.15 from Cranbrook with
corresponding rates from other
Kootenay points. Commencing
September 20th and continuing
daily till Oct. 20th, sleeper will
be run between Arrowhead nnd
Vancouver for the accommodation of Kootenay passengers.
For tickets reservations, etc.,
apply to any C.P.K. agent or
write J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,
Nelson, B.C.
1-I-M»M"H"H-H.H-H-H-H-M-
TISDflLES ii
Headquarter! for
KltKSH FRTJ1T8
NUTS ami CHOICE
CONFK0TIONEBY •>]}.
;; Ice Cream and Soli Drinks
Alio Tobacco, Pip*,
and Clears
Baker St.    Cranbrook
'I-M-l-H-M-l-H-M-l-W-l-H-
sJk.il-ji mr rm
VMUVIUaaiaillMI
Kootenay
Steel
Cod, Coke
or Wood
Two sets ef rata arc
supplied   with   every
Kuotenay Range—one for cool and the other lor coke or wood-
uni the flues arc wide and deep, with no square corners, io th.-.t
the ashes and soot produced by soft fuels cannot clog up the
smoke and draft passages.
This feature of the Kootcnar Range is a decided success.
The grata are so easily changed that a boy can perform
the operatioda
Sold by all enterprising dealers.  Booklet free.
Mcdaryfc
London,     Toronto,     Montreal,     WinatMS.
Vancouver,     St. John, N.B.
FOUND
''.' BAKI'.K ST.. OX'' DOOK WEST OF
HIM. ft CO. Tbe only plftM la tots
thit eta maka lift worth th* UTtaf -
Tie
CosmoDolitaii Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
Oats! Oats!!
Harris Bros.
I  NOW $5.00     SOON $5.50
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Shares in the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co. of Canada can be had lor a few days longer at $5 each. $5 shares
are nearly all sold. They will be gone on or before Sept. 27
and after that date none will be sold less than $5.50.
If you want to buy, NOW is the time to do so. To
delay means to pay 50 cents per share more, perhaps »i.oo,
as the number to be sold at $5.50 is very small. The next
block will be put on sale at »6.oo. We expect the price to
reach $7.00 before January 1st. Stockholdtrs will be given
preference in the purchase of shares at 65.00. Send checks
made payable to
A&
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The Illinois Central
MaintiiiiiH unexcelled sort-Ire from
tho wettl to the caul and kouOi. Making
olose unnnocllonH with train, ol all
transcontinental line*, paHnen^t'i't. are
Iflv.Mi their choice of routes to Cu loego,
laouisvillc, .Mcinpliia and New Orient,,*,
and through these |,,inta 10 the fai'caHt
Prospective trttvolors desiring Infer.
niatlon as to the lowest rale and Ih'sI
route, are Invited lo coi'reKpomlenre
with the r.illowiuir representative*.
B. H.TMiMliIJIal.aCoinnicreliil A (font
142 Third St.. Portland, Oregon,
.1. C, I.IND8KY, T.K. & I'.A.
142 Third 8t„ Portland, Oregotr,
P. n. Thompson, V. * P.A.. Iloom
1, ('iilman Hldir., Seattle. Wash.
25 Broad St.. New York
SO Congress St., Boston
Canada Life Bid*., Montreal
Munroe & Munroe.
Managers for the Marconi Underwriters
I       See JOHN HUTCHISON Special .Agent
Tkrei & Teir Yur CairMt
l„ Mining, Cheraic.1. Civil,
Mt-.luiiiid .nil Xlectrlo.1
B.ftowri.1,
Mineralogy .nd Otology,
Skal'vy ••<■ Public He.UI..
Write (or calendar to
Th. Secretary,
School ol Ml.lni,
EI>f>Ua. oat
SALE OP LAND8 FOR UNPAID DELINQUENT TAX Eh IN THE POBT 8TBKUB ASSKS8-
MRNT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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Royal Hotel
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men and old timers.
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d. A. Mcdonald, manager
Wo diva You Tour Money's Worth
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FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who are weary, and thirety, drop in, and
Alex will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOL*    Prop.
I HEREBY CIVE NOTICE that nn Thursday, the twelfth day of October, A.D., 1906, at the
Government officer,, Cranbrook. B.C., at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell at PaWte
Auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in tho said list hereinafter set oat, for the
delinquent tuxes unpaid by said persons on the Hist day of December, 1904, and for Interact, eoata
and oxpenRos, including the cost of advertising this sale. Landa unsold will be forfeited to tha
Crown.
LIST ABOVE MBNTIONKD.
NAM* OF PERSON AH8K88KD.
Mather. U. I)	
(,'hnw, Gen. and Col. and Kty Illy. Co.
Chew, Oeo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co.
Chew, Geo. and Col. aud Kty Rly. Co.
Hubert**., A.I. * Col. It
atyRWf.
Kty lfly
Co.
short nrntcRiPTtoN or PRorawrv.
Lota «B4, tlNI, tiWl and 708 (i. 1 Kty Dlit
Pt. of LaOt :WI G. 1„ Kty DUt	
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lA, 0. NELSON. Attemor
§m ktele Ametment Ditartc*,
mmm THE PROSPECTOR. CRANHROOK, B, C, SEPTEMBER 28, 1'-»'»S
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Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000
CAPITAL (paid up) • $3,000,000
REST ACCOUNT     •   •   $3,000,000
Head   Offices—Toronto.
T. R. MKRRITT. President   I). It. WII.KIK. Vi.e-l'i'e.. mul (.en. Man,
AGENTS   IN   GREAT   BRITAIN—Lloyds   Hunk   •'-' Loniluml St.,   jj
London.
A General Banking Business TrttnsMted,
Savings Bank Department,—Interest allowed on deposits,
Cranbrook Branch,       j. P. M. PINKHAM. Manager.
OUR AIM
Is to handle only the best goods, we believe
we have succeeded in this effort when we can offer
you such goods as
Geo. A. Slaters Shoes
King's Stub Proof Rubbers
Carss Mackinaws
| Stetson Hats
I H.B.K. Cos and Eisendraths
Gloves and Shoe Packs
Stanflelds & Wolsey
Underwear
iw.G. & R. Shirts and Collars
Monarch Knitting Cos
Sweaters
Our Guarantee, Si.oo worth of goods for Si.oo
or si.oo hack.
Ww Ifroeprctor.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 83, IWU5
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I LOCAL NEWS. |
•aUUUMilMMMMUMUMI.Mt.Hl
Tiie Man Who
Likes io Pish
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Canadian Railway
Has Paid Indemnity to the Extent of
$2,700.00
J  In this district during the last year.    SEE
Beale & Elwell
Baker, St. Cranbrook, B.C.
And Take out a fohcu.
■H-l-l-H-I-H-l-l-H-l-H-M-l-M-f
CRANBROOKS GREATEST STORE
r HILL & CO.
TAYLORED   CLOTHING
Up to Date
Goods ln Cents Furnishings
A     Dry Ooods Millinery
f! Carpets      Curtains
*r Etc.
S
T     Wfl Invite Your Inspection for Seeing is Believing
s
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6ranbrooi.'s Greatest store
A. .1. MuvkiiY, Vancouver wns
in the eity this week.
A. 0. Wliilclier, Montreal, was
in town Wednesday,
li. Whltelaw Maoleod, was in
the city Wednesday.
Win. Carl in, drove over from
Steele Wednesday  on   business.
R. Hamilton of Vancouver wits
a guest at the Craulirook .Monday.
Pete WoikIs was down from
his Cherry Creek ranch Monday.
R. C'Bach of Montreal was in
town lasl Saturday,
.1. K. t'liiss. Kernie. was in
town Saturday lust.
Roy Clothier, and (i Stewart,
of Moyie wereUritnbrbok visitors
on Kiimlsv last,
W. 11. Green, Calgary, whs a
guest ut the Cosmopolitan Sunday last.
I). McLean, and A. Hamilton,
Bayard, were in the city Sunday
last.
('has. Parrel, of Moyie passed
through Cninbrook Monday on
his way to Morrissy.
Mrs. .1. Tannhauser was a
visitor at Port Steele during the
early part of this week.
Mrs R. Prascr was a guest at
the residence of Mrs. .1. Tannhauser Wednesday.
Ross Tate, of the firm of Wm.
Tate & Son was at Michel this
week on business.
.lames Carroll, of Kimberley
was in  the city  Wednesday on
business.
John P. D. John. flieencastle,
Illd., was registered at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
T. .1. McMullen, Chief of Police, of Pernie was at Cranbrook
Monday on legal business.
T. .1. Moore and T. Lebel of
Pincher Creek were, in town
Tuesday.
S. S. Taylor, and W. B. Grouch
of Nelson were in Cranbrook
Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. McKinnon. of
Boston, Mass., and N. Metzer
of Toronto were registered al
the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
R. E. Cooper, T. H. Berney.
and D. L, Rosenfleld, of Victoria
were registered at the Cranhrook
Wednesday.
We carry a most complete line
of < i i 11 Edge ready made clothing.
The only Union made, in the
Canadian market, and can give
you the best value for your
money. A trial will convince
you. Leask f; Henderson.
Lester Clupp, R, Aiken, Bert
Black and Wm. Lamb, returned
Monday from an outing trip to
St. Mary's Lake. They report
fishing us being very good, and
brought in several char that
weighed over ten pounds.
aVIcf'liiry's Famous Stoves—
McClary's Stoves and Ranges
mi' better known and more widely
used than any other make. The
Quality is Unsurpassed. They
give the best of Satisfaction
every time. Yon do not run any
risk in selecting one of their
line, for sale ut Patmore Bros.
ISTHK MAN      a},^—
who   will be   In- '^T"
terested In l,H,kin,j over our showing "I
Fishing Tackle
We have Rods nnd Reels of
different sizes and the latest
styles, strong Lines of various
weights, all kinds of Elies
ind Hooks etc. All at the
right prices.
P.S. -Let us serve you by mall
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Stock Quotation!.
Kuril ml.*",   by   Bule   A   Klwell, Broken
rrmitiruolL B.C.
Miiiiimi wirHf.- (CMimUlHtt)      f B.ttl
Marcon| Wiwlun (Amerlt'imi. r.00
Hi-fort's. Winleai Telritmi'tiy ''.<*-
North Star,  "*
Sullivan    ... n
st. Hugana           W
Rambler Cariboo  -."■'
WenieniOll and Ron.       U
International Ooal ft Cuki-      31
Qem stlverleml Mln ftSnloll. t'o       t
Baler
InternHttoiml i'omI \ Coke hum).   Western oil
and Coali (woo,
Stock Quotations.
PurnUbed by John Butchlaon a Co., Cran
brook, n.c.
Thi' (nllitwiiiK ari< ClUTOllI prtcos til which th*"
stocks named oan i>»' furnished.
MARRIED, OR
GOING TO BE?
Then let ui pleaae have the honor or
making your bridal portraits. Wft
would not urge tlu* matter, only we
Dave I'.i'i BUCh Uiai'kcil buocobb Id tbe
puM wiib ptuturea ol bt'ldiw, grooms,
wedding parties, present*,, eto.,nml are
positive that we can thoroughly please
you. Surely the high quality of work
we will give you. ami the modest price
we will quote you will leave no doubt
lu your mind tbat the place to go for
bridal |HU*trnitH Ih.
Pr&St PiMO 60.
Studio,
Baker St, Cranbrook, B.C,
: DRAYING
We have heen in the hnsiness
for several years, we have the
hest equipment in B.C. and »'■
guarantee satisfaction.
About mat Piano
Wo are the authorized iigenl.-
for Ihe removal of Mason A Kiscli
Pianos, we ean do the work with
out risk. Also Household Kur-
nature.
PERRY & FITZGERALO
Proprietors of tho
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
St. Kiigene	
 t   ir.
Marronl (Canadian)..,
Iiiu-rniulimal Con) . .
    r.00
SALES:—too Marconi.
Coal.   100 St. Kuicuue.
800 international
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTI0R IhH! tlalrly llnyR aftur alalia I
tin- iinal'TalKiiHal. (ntotul to apply to till! f'hlfjf
Commlialoaer "f l.itia,la Hiial Work, nt Vlntort,
II.C. for a spa'plal UctlnOe lo 0UI lino rnrry
nway iIiiiIiit from thi- following floiorlbflil
Intnl. in Bust KooloiiAy:
rolllllla'ni'ini/lll It JHaat ralliail Th mala llrcelt.
,'hii,lK,!,a horthraat i-nrnfr poat. 40 chatlhi.
moro or lliaa, Waal ol tile KootrnaHy Hlvirr oh tho
Mitli painill"! of lailltiiile, mail at Ihe northweat
corner aXiinl,' Ureakenrtdga'a timber lloence,
th aoaitli ItKlrliiiliis, thaiiici' wait 40 chain,
ilia-ni-i, north MO otMlns, thence eaat 40 cliaiiis
lo plnce "f laa-KliihliiK. a-nnlnininii inn ai-raaa more
ur 1,'sa.
Illill'il Septemli'T IHtll, llaln.
ThotniiH Ilreckonrldite, lector
:i'.' intflal Hreekenrldire, Attcnt
A. W. Austin, Toronto, and
T. E. Rush, of Montreal were
registered at the Cranbrook Mim
day.
You will find fresh candies ju>t
what you want to eul these cool
evenings. Try them from the
Candy Makers.
The hest flavored fruits ure
Ihose grown in cold climates that
is why the Spenccs Bridge
apples surpasses those grown
further south.
Thos. t'uvin, the popular conductor, left on Wednesday for
Portland, Ore., via Calgary and
Vancouver, hut before leaving
clothed himself with a 20th century suit at Hill & Cn's. Did he
look like a prince?
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COlfcMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8.700.000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. K. WALKER, Genrrnl Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Grn'l MiMfw
BANK MONEY ORDERS
IMUID AT THE FOU.OWINQ BATH:
$5 and under    * "»*•
Over $5 and not eiceedlnf $10    • etnti
«   $10      " "        $M  10 cents
«   $30      " " *M  >' «•"'•
TImm Ordere »r«. Payable at Par .1 Any oHice In Canada of a Chartered
Bank, (Yukon eiceptrd) and al the principal DAnklng- point! In the United
StAtee. RaMOTIARLI AT A ,11,0 BAT, AT
THB CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, EN«.
Thay form an excellent method ol remitting email sums ol money
with eatrty and at email eaat.
%!MiMI)*al]»ii*»lK«>li^^
! ALL JEWELRY
t mioe ou|Htsitt*
C.P.a Depot.
Phone tut.
Of I) Ul MHIIItoliu Hiii'lii-r Simp
Oftll now ht< found In the
WATTS' ISfll.DINI
Firm riiisi. Work In ull branch
of i he
Tonsorlal Art
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J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer   -
""""Contractor  w
Furnace, Boiler. Range and
Pi replace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRID&S
Will Receive Prompt Attention,
FOR ft FIRST-GLASS TURNOUT
OO TO
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Purnlsft'd for any point in the
district.
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
It will pay those who are
looking for work to cull and
see
Jim  McArthur
He can secure you a job and
also tit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim Mcflrttir
Hanson, Ave.    Cranbrook, BC
NOTICE.
Takk K-i-nri. that thirty *l«,vn after Anu: I
the undenting, Intend to Apply to the Chief
Cnrnmlsftlonor of Lnnflu mid  Work*   for   h
Bpeelnl  lt<;eiinr to Oil I  nn'l carry ttwivy timber
from the followinit dosertbefl lundu  in Rtfel
K'ootcimy: -
Coinnx'ncltiF' at a post itiitrkctl "Wllliani
itrci'ki-nrftit'n'i' snuihi'imt corner podt" sitiiMi*>ii
at it Hotitheflat eorner of Mild lot. and about w
chuins west of the KootenftJ* Hiver, thenee
wen hioiik the line of |,ot W.U Nl .hain-  to a
northwext corner of sulii lot ami I'ontinnlnr*
trail iwtchainamore, thenee north « (*h*iinH,
i once eait IBO cbtlne, tbenee nouth alonft the
line of Lot Mm I" clinlnr' lo tin'place of lit-
1.1'iniin.'. contnlninj* M0 acres more or lem,
Hated September |fth. i'.«ir».
William Itreekenrldfie, Locator
Mr> David Hrvckenrldye, Agent
MINERAL ACT.
fPOHM F.I
OBHttnOATR or IMHK(lVKMRNTf).
notTce.
Rriieo. Vletnrla and Standanl Fractloii
Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Port Steele Mining I'li vision nf
Kest Kootenay lllstriet.
Where located: On the west fork of the St.
Mary's Itiver and uiljolniiiK Ihe rireflt Dnne
Group.
Take notice that I, .lolni (J. ('iimmfnftH- Free
Miners Certificate No. "HlSftTfl" AutltiK
as rtf/ent for Joseph H. Wright. P.M.C. No.
Hr.«MlaniKM».Coon, P.M.C. No. firWM. and
.In*. C. Hooker. F.M.C. No. H.Tftttft, Intend
*ilxty dayp from the date hereof, lo apply to the
Mining Recorder (or e Certlfleate of Improvements for the purpose of nbtnintng aflrnwn
*:runt uf th« above olaThm,
And further take notice tlmt autlon. under
section :t;. tmist be commenced before the Itttl'
snee of sticli Certlfleate of ImprnvementH.
Datihl this 2,*th .lay of August. A.I). llWi.
W JOHN U. CUMMiNUS
N.t..t..t.itJall»1.»..a..»..>..f.a1.».it..-|11>iitiit *»«■•*♦
GranDrooK
n Livery
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
■ ii, , , , ,i,n, i,nl ■ I ,'H i, i , , i , ■ ,
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and HUILDRR.
ESTIMATES FURNISIIKI) ON Al.l, WORK
JOIIIUNI.  I'HOMI'TI.Y BXECUTBD.
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
I.IMK AND BHINOLE8 Fort S.W.I',
Telephone 82.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
Tlmt we wll i'in'1'ii'a with It our
|ii'i-aiiniil  'jinirtiiili'''.     'I'lii'l'i*   [a
nevsr   un.    QUESTION    OKI
i.il' M.I'I'V with ^ikkIii fi oil, imp
alllla'.
il  you are  thinking   of
sniilcbOaly's
, irilidau or VKKildimj
r\nnlvf.r»iiru
Drop in uml   look   over
oil I' Block.
. p. Tate & Son
Jewelers and Opticians
li Official Watah fnHpootors Crow's Nwi Pm DlvWon O.P.R
§«iWl«i|KP«ll«.|KlWl^a^a1Ki)«^^
i
HEATING #
The sun is doing the work of heating now, but Iho
summer will puss rapidly and you n.ust have heat in
some other form lo keep you comfortable next wintor.
Now is the time to put in u heating system, so that
with the lirst brisk snap of cold weather you cun start
'er up for good. We know ninny makes; we have
studied heating for,veins, and the best is "CiURNRY"
either for Hot Air, Steam or Hoi Water. We put up
cooking ranges with which you can heat up several
rooms.
Let us talk the heating question over
with you.
J. D. McBride
CRANBROOK, B.C.
M^**#*#*»*«****+#+**»+*»+#<t
SUCHARDS
SWISS
t
i
A product made from the finest sorts of
Cocoa, of which il contains all Ihe nourishing elements and none of the greasy substance so called Cocoa butler.
Owing to its moderate price, its easy
preparation and chiefly its PERFECT
PURITY and exquisite flavor Sucli-
ards Soluable Cocoa is daily beint; more
I
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
$27.00
Vancouver,   Victoria
Seattle
PorttanMurn
30 Day Limit
Choice of routea, all roil vlaSumosor
S. S, PRINCESS VICTORIA
Vancouver   to   Seattle   via
Victoria
Dominion Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER
$21.15
Tickets on sale Sept. L'4 to
Oct. II good to return till Oct. 11.
Through Sleeping
Car
Arrowhead to Vancouver
DAILY from Sept. 2(1 to Oct. L'6
Fur full partloulan, tlmt ulaxt, or
tourist sloopor roservsttonB, apply to
local agents or write
G. HILLIER, Agent, Cranbrook
.1. s. CARTI'.ll. E. 3, COYLE,
D.F.A., Nelwm.   A.O. Y.A., Vaneouv.r
appreciated as a wholesome and nourishing beverage.
Half Pound Tins 50c.
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY.
Cranbrook, B. C.
•[f*[H»§J.»[l»(IHi,^>[!.i»[^
Wolsley
i   Underwear
Gentlemen we have just placed       0«
in stock a larger range than ever
before   of   this   Justly    Famous
Underwear.     Call and ask to see
it.
Also special values in Fleece
Lined and I leavy Wool for the
fall trade. #
Prices from $1.50 to $7.00
♦  PER   SUIT  9
REID & CO.
-■KiKiKiMINE»INI^

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