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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 190G.
No.
BUILDING BOOH
'Building   Improvements   Ooateui-
plated for Cranbrook   Real
Estate  Purchased.
Provincial government ami
unil civic buildings to bo erected
on Norbury Avenue at un expenditure of $15,000.
N. Hanson of Wasa is completing. ..arrangements for Ihe
construction^ a new hotel at
Cranbrook, The new building
will be 80x122 feet, and three
stories high. It will be, when
completed, the largest and most
modern hotel in the Kootenays.
it is rumored lhat a store
building 52x85, two stories, will
be erected on Baker street.
G. T. Rogers will soon enlarge
his store on Raker streel by taking in l wo additional store rooms
When completed this will be one
of the tinest anil most convenient
business rooms in Cranbrook.
A. L. McDermott's eight room
collage ou Garden Ave. is aboul
completed.
li.   A.   Toner   is   building   a
uoliuge on Armstrong Ave.
mu BALK OF LOTS
Saturday  wus u busy day at
the townsite oBiee.    S. J. Migh-
' ton purchased four  lots ou  the
eust side of Norbury Ave
T. M. Roberts, of the real estate  tirm  of  Arnold Jt Roberts,
purchased three lots on Norbury I
Avenue.
J F. Armstrong also secured
two lots on Norbury Aveuue.
These lots are situated iu close
proximity to where the new
city aud governmenl buildings
will be erected.
Six lots facing Van Home
street in Block 93 wore sold.
concerned! good work has been
done in organising, and develop-
Ing ou sane and safe lines, properties which nn' known lobe of
permanent value, while the
higher price for metal now ruling means not only additional
profits to the recognized producers, but furnishes an incentive
for the development of new und
carefully surveyed propositions
Generally speaking, those inter
osled iu llritish Columbian in in
iug have no reason lo regard the
future with anything but an easy
mind. If, at times, progress has
seemed slow to the onlooker, ii
has been none the less sure, nnd
today the industry In practically
all ils branches can claim to rust
upon a sure aud sound busts.
which allows of at least ihe adoption of an optimistic attitude
when attempting to forecast ihe
future."
FERNIE VS. CRANBROOK.
MEETING OF COUNCIL
John Ryan of Wardner was in
j Cranbrook Tuesday on business.
Our City "Dad's" Want
ation Park
a Reore-
IC.  Johnson  wa>
MurvsvilleJFriiluy.
down   from
Sooial Gathering.
A pleasant afternoon was
speul last Saturday when Mrs.
G. T. Rogers opened her
spacious residence to the friends
of Mrs. Fenwick in the form of
a farewell reception. The house
wus beautifully and artistically
arranged and all who came
thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Mrs. Fenwick has been an
active member of the Ladies Aid
of the Methodist Church and her
departure was keenly felt, she
being oue of ihe first, lo unite
with the society. On behalf of
the society on Saturday, aa address was read by Mrs.
Van Decar expressive of deep
regret at the departure of so
valued it member und sotting
forth Ihe high esteem in which
Mrs. Fenwick was held. At the
same time a presentation was
made iu the form of a beautiful and costly brooch in Ihe
style of a crown, Mrs. Fouwick
mad.- a very appropriate and
feeling reply.
Dn Monday afternoon a large
number assembled at the -I at ion
to say goodbye and wish her a
long and prosperous life in Ihe
Eastern Provinces.
Quarterly Meeting.
Al the regular quarterly
Official Hoard mooting of the
Methodist Church held un Tuesday evening of this week a resolution was passed expressing appreciation of the services of
their pastor and requesting him
to remain for another year. Mr.
Wesl mini replied briefly staling
his pleasure in working with his
board and ill the city aud accepted the invitation wilh thanks.
Tho different reports received
were encouraging,
The Home Team Flays a Warm
Exhibition Game.
Tuesday of this week the
Ferule Seniors while ou their
way from Rossland stopped off
to look around and try odds with
our boys. The stores were
closed for au hour and a large
crowd was iu attendance. A tine
ethibition of hockey was given
those who attended. Although
Fernie won out with a score of
fi to - yot all the good playing
was not ou I hut side. There
was something doing when
Fernie gol the face off and in '20
seconds found the goal, and immediately on the face off Cranbrook did the trick in 15 seconds
Interest was running high then
and some very clever pass work
was done. There wore some
clever players ou the visiting
team but the slur of the day was
Roy Clothier. Time after time
he completely deluded all opponents by liking the puck
through a whole bunch, lie received great applause for his
clever stick handling.
With a little practice the home
team would be strong. We will
not attempt to criticise any of
the players al this time. The
game was a good oue and all
were satisfied.
Hookey.
On Friday evening of last
week the Juniors of Fernie
crossed swords with the
Juveniles ot this place in a
friendly game of hockey. The
game at times was very interesting and was decidedly in favor
of Feruie as the score shows
9 lo i. In the latter half the
home team made a dash and
gained ground bin il was too
late.
The city council held ils i-egu
lar weekly meeting on Wednes
day. There were present His
Honor Mayor Rogers, and alder
men Kink. Greer, Tis.tule, Ryan
and Juckson.
Minnies oi last regular meet,
ing were read uud adopted.
Communication from Provincial governmenl, and one from
II. H. Short requesting the use
of Ihe council chamber were referred to committee consisting
of Alderman Fink und City Clerk
Prast.
Applications of Dr.'s Green
and King for position of Medical
He.ilth officers were referred   to
health committee.
The finance committee then
lii-ought in a special report
which was received and on
motion adopted.
The Board of Works
progress re-obtaining
government building.
Health committee reported
progress iu the matter of securing a dumping place for garbage
Committee on Public Works
reported that the townsite company were asked to donate Lot
I) to be used as a public park.
Council then resolved into a
committee of the whole to con 1
sider bylaw No. 9, being the
health by-law.
The mayor reported that bylaw No. 9 being the health bylaw as having been considered
up to and inclusive of section :iH.
Council then adjourned.
reported
lots   for
LOCAL NEWS.
Coming to Her 0w»
In referring to the mineral
production of llritish Columbia
lor the London, England, Financier concludes a lengthy article;
..."With regurd to copper production British Columbia is
slowly but none tho less surely
coming into horown. The wildcat
speculative ..lumen! is practically
dead so far as the province is
Weekly Ore Shipments.
Lasl week the record in ore
shipments was again broken.
The chief shippers iu silver lead
ore were the Si. Eugene, Sullivan and North Star. It is most
gratifying lo miners und mine
owners in this district to knowl
thut the North Slur is again
numbered with the shipping
mines, The following is the
ore shipment tor the week end-j
Ing February I Oth,
WBKK    YEAH
St, Eugene,..,   *l"    :;,r.4i
Sullivan     800     1,750
North Star 17:'       I":'
Total   1,271     5.4B8
Eleotion of Offioers.
A regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain Chapter
R.A.M., was held iu Masonic
Hall on Tuesday evening. The
elect Ion of officers for the ensuing year resulted us follows:
Ki. i:.»ui|i. -I. 1' Mcllriilc      '/..
Ki. Coin).. I). Maukay ..    II.
(Clomp, A. II. r'iniwick I.
Rs. Comji- -I- l'. Aniistrohg*..Treat
Oomp. Wui. K. T»t>. Scribe R,
Uomp. P. Parks    Scribe N.
i.'omp. K. >:iw«u  I'.S
N. Hanson of Wasa wus in the
city Friday on business.
H. Vosper of Vancouver was
at the Cosmopolitan Monday.
F. J. McMahon of Moyie was
transacting business at Cranbrook Tuesday.
It. Clothier aud T. Lowry of
Moyie were al Cranbrook Monday on business.
N. C. McKinsuy oume down
from Marysville Monday on
business
Fred Moore and J. S. Walsh
of Vancouver were guests at the
Cranbrook Monday.
Rev. W. G. W. Fortuue is iu
Nelson this week attending a
meeting of the Presbytery.
Arch Leitch left ou Monday's
train ou u business trip to
Winnipeg.
N. F. Ilanbury of Elko wus
transact iug business nt (Iran
brook Tuesday. .
E. II. Guillthor and R. M. Tod
of Toronto were guests at the
Cranbrook Tuesday.
Una.I Superintendent Hun
Muckay drove over from Fori
Steele Tuesday.
T T. McVittie. I'.LS.. of
Fort Steele wus 111 Ibe city
Tuesday on business.
T. Crugg of Fori Wayne, [nd.,
was a guest at llie Cosmopnlllan
Wednesday.
A. Ore* of Fori Steele was in
Cranbrook Wednesday mi business.
The Fernie Ledger will lliivoa
uimiolino lypn-solliiig iiiucliitio
operation iu a few weeks,
A. McCowan who lias been
visiting Montreal and other eastern cities returned lo Cninbrook
Wednesday.
For Oranges. The new Navels
sweet, juicy and in line  flavor-
go to Stewarts--here you tln.l
the besi in all lines,
K. L. T, Galbrailh of Fori
Steole was in the city Tuesday
to meet Senator Page ami A. .1.
Devlin on mining business.
A regular monthly communication of Cranbrook Lodge. A.
F, Ut A. ,\1„ was held in Masonic
Hall ou Thursday evening.
II. Kershaw, postmaster at
Fort Steele was iu ihe city
Thursday on business.
'- Engineer D. E Murphy was
on the sick list Ibis week wilh a
sever., attack of rheumatism
See Hill & Co.\s window this
week. Ladies Hals usually sell
ing from Si! to ♦! now .'.0 cents.
Geary & Doyle have about 200
men employed in cutting lumber
at lheir Sheep creek camp.
Hurry While, Custom Officer,
wus at Eastpori Monday on
official business.
11. H, McVittie bus taken over
the real estate business of John
Hutchison,
Wanted- A young girl to take
cure of ii baby, inquire at the
Club Restaurant.
T.   M.   Roberts of ihe.lirm of
Arnold &■ Roberts was al   lllair-
more Ihis week on company
business.
W. S. Allen und Or. L. C
Bishop of Marysville were
Cranbrook visitors on Wednesday.
,1. I'. Adams, J. Goodwin and
,1. R, Wright, of Toronto were
registered ul the Cranbrook
Tuesday,
We keep a first class stock of
Dairy Supplies, such as "Samson'' heavy milk cans and pails,
creamer cans,    Patmore Bros.
Tom. Armstrong, sheet-metal
worker for .1, I). McBride was at
Eastpori this weok pulling in
a furnace in the new station.
VV. 11 Hill was on lh* sick
list for several days this week,
but was out again during the
latter purl of the weok attending
to business.
Miss Jameson returned to belli..me in Calgary on Monday accompanied by Mrs. E. H. Eager
who will speu.l a week visiting
friends.
For ii few duys only Hill A Co.
ure selling Indies suits and skirls
ai X"\ per cent off cost price.
D McDonald, Wardner, T.
Acton, Sirdar, and J. F. Hutch-
croft, of Marysville, were registered hi llie Cosmopolitan  Mou-
day.
.1. F. Priugle of Spokane
Junction, R. Neil of Elko, and
J. Larsen of Bayard were registered at the Cosmopolitan Wednesday,
Rev. J. P. Westman has taken
a I rip to Kimberley this week in
the interest of the work there.
He preached three times while
up the valley.
The sleel for the new  Corbin
line is being rushed to the front
us rapidly us possible and track-
I laying will be resumed  as soon
us the weather will permit
We nin til out vour Bath Room
'with    beautiful     snow    white
! "Standard" Sanitary  Porcelain
I Enamel goods,    Very handsomeI
' Patmore lln.s.
Regular public preaching
services will be held iu Iho!
Methodist Church next Sunday
us usual, the pastor iu charge,
Evening subject "Something
Abiding". Chorus singing ami
anthems,    All are invited.
j    The  nexl   regular  meeting of!
tho Cranbrook Conservative As-]
soclatlon   will  be  held  in   Patmore  hull  mi   Monday  evening
i Feb "nib.    Every Conservative j
i III Cninbrook i-earnestly invited
In ull.eiid.
Late voles taken iii ilie Local
House dotioi Inspire ihe Liberals
Willi Hie belief that a Provincial
election is one ol ihe probabilities
of the nenr future,
A parlor mooting to celebrate the.
anniversary of thu death of Mrs.
Francis Willnrd will bo held ui
the liouie i.i Mrs. Connolly,
Bailor Hill on Saturday evening
February 17th. commencing at fi
p.m. An Internal Ing programme
will be given All Interested in
temperance work are cordially
iuvited.
K.  E.  Beanie wa* visiting at j heavy   bonded   Indebtedness   is
Victoria this week. looked upou   by   many   as   tool
DISTRICT MINING N8W9.
Mrs. Pouohuo of W»..a was a
Cranbrook visitor Thursday.
E.  Hawes of  Victoria was iu
ibe city Thursday.
I heavy a load for the ,
any.
Ontario Legislature Upens
mpany '".Of Interest to Thoae Engaged ii
the Development of tht Mil
ing Industry of Seatatast
Kootenay
J. A. Wrighl of Montreal   was
in ihe oily Friday.
Timber Inspector  Muniu  lefl
on Friday's uaiu for Nolson.
city Friday ou business,
11. li. Gilmore, of Vancouver
At tbe present price of lead,
•:i;. l.'.s, the Dominion lead
bounty is again  In force.    Tbe
Toronto, Ont., February ta.—
The Ontario Legislature will be
formally opened!, this afternoon
by his Honor Lieutenant Governor Mortimer Clark*.   The gov-1 amount payable is about % centa
  .eminent intends to have all public Pcr ton.
Chas Araiktroug wa* in  I he (business disposed of within eight     Careful   estimates   place  the
weeks and to adjourn Ibe session uniounl nl ore blocked out in the
on Thursday, April  12, the day I workings of the Sullivan Group
was at the Cranbrook Friday,   preceding  Good   Friday.      An of mines at from 200,000 to 400,-
  organised attempt will be made 000 tons,     All of this immense
P.  H.  Buhl of Spokaue ivas to do away with the delays which I amount of ore is oxjioscd above
registered    ai   ihe   Craubvook hwve |fl the past characterised the l".0 foot level, and few mine*
dealings iu connection with  pri-jin  British Columbia make such
Friday.
Malcolm Mcinnisof E-lU»outh|vate legislation
was at (..'ranbrook Thursday
business,
Sec Hill & Co.'a window ihis
week. Ladies flab, usually selling from 92 to *4 now 50 cents,
Custom Inspectors, Hushby
and Stuudon are in the city today.
Around Town.
Husiuess continues good, wilh
some improvement noticed in
mill supplies.
This has been a record mouth
and the prospects for the year
in building appear very aiicour-
aging.
Trade in dry goods is iptiet,
Eugene  mine and  ih«
distributed     totalled
the largest sum paid oul
pay day  in the  mine's
The   men    employed
820 und the average paid
man  w'as ♦loo for the
Government agent J. D\ Armstrong wa* at Nelson Friday on.
official business. I and our merchants ar,
spring shipments,
(j. T. McGregor of Moyie was
a guesl at the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Breckenbridge & Luud have a
large force cut l iug lumber iu ihe
vicinity of St, Mary's Kiver.
For a few days ouly Hill & Co.
are sellimr ladies suit* aud skirts
at 38< per cent off cost price.
After u period of nearly a year
spent in development work the
North Star bus resumed shipments.
Cranbrook Aerie, Fraternal
Order of Eagles, will give a
Charity Hall on February 20, In
Wentworth Hall,
it showing w'nli the »ame depth.
Saturday last   wa* pay day al
llie   St.
j amount
892,001 >,
on  anv
i
i history.
I number
:lo each
inoiii li
The very promising silver-lead
n camps of   Southeast   Kootenay
urn in line for i. greatly increased
The  weather   has be.-u  very output for the"present year over
seasonable, wilh no lack of snow t,,nl "r l!"':''
for logging. The   Sullivan   list   become a
Activity ii.   iniulug  quarters great mine, for whloh fact much
makes the situation very favor- credit is due president Charles
abe for  u   larger   output  this|Swouoy and the eastern officials
of Ibe company. New machinery will soon be Installed and the
•apacily of the smelter si Marys
l.u-y
month than lust.
Items of Interest
(.In.: and u bull millions have
been giveu by Carnegie to
Cauadiuu libraries,
The Crow's Nesi coal beds are
estimated to bold enough coal to
list for 5,000 years if mined al
Ihe rate of four million Ions a
year,
Mrs, Vanderbilt possesses u
cat for which she paid  the stun
W. ,1, Atchison,  of  llealtie A
Atchison,   wus   taken    to    St.,
Eugene hospital Friday serious- of #1,000,
ly ill. Canada bus ion million acres
.    ,.    .. ..     T.    v. , i ;of grazing laud iu the wesl.
.1, G.  McDouuld,  Nelsou,   J.
Gourley, Gall, Out., and  W.  S.     llritish Columbia producesovor
Cone of Toronto, were registered i one million tons of coal a year,
at the Cranbrook Thursday, , )mtAf,<* ,,ui,iic schools are at-
The Canadian llauk of Com   landed by l.l88,BBgpuplla.
inerce has moved iulo it* uewi                           „.."
uuu rtors, corner of lloker und             Aurora a Shipper.
Cranbrook streets. 	
..-     ..<  .. » ,, , ,       Michael Sullivan is  leaking  a
Miss Pinkham of Calgary,   is   . . ... .,
visiting her brother, J t/'M, shipment ol two or three car
Pinkham. mauager of the Un-lloedf. ol ore "«>m "»« Aurora
porial Hank, this week, mine on the west side of Moyie
lake.    The ore will  be shipped
ville Increased.
The Mystery mine on Alki
("reek is rapidly being developed
Mr. Leavick, llie manager lays
that, the prospects ure favorable for making a big copper mine
Continued success and prosperity await the big silver-lead
mining camps of Soinheaoi
Kootenay.
The metal markets are more
active than usual. Silver ha*
made rapid advances and is uow
quoted ai bti n 8 cents an ounce in
New York, the highest price in
over 'i years. Lend has been
falling for some lime and ih now
below the price ai which the
Canadian bounty lapses.
decline in copper continues.
The
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McDenuott
lefl on Friday afleruoou train
for Winnipeg to attend the
wedding of Mr. McDermott's]
sister.
lu either  the  Nelson  or   Trail
en tellers.
It is boiug hauled  from the
mine down ou the ice nt  Aldrige
Machinery Ordered.
The machinery for thu Black
Mackay Mining Co. has been
ordered. Portions of it are coming from Nelson, Rossland and
Vancouver, The machinery consists of a seven drill compressor,
boilers ..I ion horse power capacity, two pumps, ti hoist and two
  j to be loaded,   The mine Is look
B, J. Short of Vancouver was |„gwel!, and a small  force of Idrilling machines.
Marallme   Provinces,  came  in doing     development     work.-- getting   the prospectus of  the
over the Crow line to seehis sou | Moyie Leader. I company before ihe public.    Mr.
Mr. II. H, Short of this city.
Church Notice.
Alexander  Sharp,   the   mining
engineer       who      is      making
~—■ the report, lias been  in  Mezuv)
The Gospel Temperance meet- alla has just relumed lo Nelson.
.ug  held  iu   the    Presbyterian| His report however, will now l>e
i:,lft."ll"n_,"nK.'..'h^ P-e/uA?-H2?A*4! I Churoh,   Sunday evening last,
wus largoly attended. Uev. j
Goodtiold, B.A,,ftild Mrs. Nobles,
li. K. Laurie, Creaion, Wm, |.gavelntorestlugand soul stirring
Read, Ferine, J. G. Mi.ny and addresses on temperance whloh
I). Evans, of Sirdar, A. W, oiuuol help but result 111 much'
Sheopard, Feruie and A. .). Lee , MfM u(loh-fi „,,,, W„J
of Montreal, wore guests at   the' , . ,   .
Royal this week. ! w.V '<""'>' appreciated,
.1. Miller, M. A. Kast ner, C,,
Clark, E. .Sherman, If. Armitugej
T.  Poiiue,  F.   Delaney  and  A.
Club, were guests al  the   Royal
Tuesday
in lliu company's hands in a few
days. The rirsi shaft will be
sunk a -.hurl distance south of
tlio C P. It. station on the shore
of ilie lake.   Moyie Leader.
To Make Concrete Blocks
... j   i. >1t- Valentiie'8 Day
Messrs  Lurssu   uud    Bui row I
ure building a Huuie 5,000 feel ill
length which will enable .hem!   si. Valeaiine's Day wa*
to woi-k their placer ground on Lrottd    »t     Cranbrook
Wild Howe creek.     J he ttumeL        ,MJlll „,„ (li8tI.1(,t ,„„
will be completed about April 1st, "
,usual, but there did not seen
Watoh Snlliran Stock,
Tho tn.'lioiis of Sullivuu stock
during ibe past week have
caused some curiosity ulining
stockholders, say« the S|xil*oue
Chroiii.le: und it is learned that
a representative of several large
eastern stockholders is now at
the properly making a personal
exiiniiiiali.iti This stock has
boon very weal, for the pasl two
months iu spite of ihe fact that
the smelter bus beeu operatiug
continuously. This is perhaps
due to the fact that the Sullivan's
oel*.
and
li   us
lo
iii the dsy us
lien.   If.   LoitSll A  I'll.   Will SOOII
begin manufacturing concrete
blocks for building purposes.
Mr. Leask bus the necessary
machinery on hand, and says
tbat sand uud gravel of suitable
quality can be  obtained   iu   this
be aa much Interest in tbe dsy uhIvicinity.     It is snid thin severe!
iu former years.    Valentines of buildings of ibis material will be
sll luuds were sold in the simps pm up here il outing spring.
during llie pasl   week, but  the Also several retaining walls and
demand was much lighter than Ure walls,
in funnel years.
Maine Anniversary Celebrated.
Havana, February Hi,  -Today
lis the anniversary of the  blow
way company will apply to the | Ing up of tho Maine In this harbor
New Railway
The Calgary nnd Ferine   lti.il
u.»i session «t parliament foi
power to build from Oulgory lo
the boadwaters of Klk River in
British Columbia, ihrough
KunuiiUKkis Pas^. tbence south
along Elk River to Feruie,
luring Ihe night of February 15,
1898. Tho anniversary was observed here by hoisting Ihe
American ting oil Ike wreck of
the Maine nml by a memorial
mooting of American residents. /'i'i IK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B.C.,  FEBRUARY 17. 1906.
L. CLAP
VV.  Rl >!:!.IV
Baker Street.
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
tii luxe
Cranhrook, B.C
fete
m* -y«o«vectov. s^r-^A? iv;; EMPLOY ME NT!
ISth,    in    honor   of   Ltncolu's
I birthday.
iwmtimuu.
I.ST. 1.1.ISI1KH    1MB
ft. B. Grace,
WBUSHKK    AN I.    EDITOK
ACiENCY
ll will puj  those who are
looking for work to call and
*%\je $fr&«prctov.
iATUKIlAY, l-'Kll. 17. lum,
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
PJ2RHAPS there are pollti
cal  organizations  which .
can afford to welcome calamity;
Wbil,• noting  political shortcomings,   it    was   ludicrous   tu
witness tl (Torts ..I  u   -'Grit"|    "•''''
politician,  on Monday  evening,
hustling weak-kneed Conserva      j|m    McArthur
tiM-s i.i attend a meeting of their
own pnrlj.
rumors Und circuluiion, bul whon
sifted   down   Ihet    uniouul     to
Central
Hotel
RObtRT JOHNSON
Pronrletor
:♦:   Marysville, B.C.    ♦
v The leading Hotel of the St.   Mary's  Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly rumished.    Table as good
as any iti Kootenay.
GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOMS s
There is little thai  is new   in
the railway situation  in South-
but   the  Conservative  puny  in|eKS|   ,<„„„.„,,      A11   SI1|N   „,
Cranbrook  is noi  one of them.
" The most selfish as well  as  the
mosl    unsollish    reasons   uiiisl
prompt ii to earnestly desire the .  .  .
continued  and  increasing   pros       (jood slreols make  habitation
perity of the province:   and ii is uU.ng Ihemriosin    Ihoj acini
jistified   in    guarding    against 0TO|M,  time  and   force  in trans
factors  which  effect   thai  pros- Lortatiou  of    products,   reduce
perity  as  ogainsl  evils    which  wear and tear of luu-ses, vehiclos
threaten its direct interests. ann-   |mrness,   and  enhaucu   the
Without wasting time  in  dls-1 „ ;i,-,,    Vali I real estate
cussing iiu- need ol hurmouy and
trnsting contentedly tu the wis
He can  secure you a job and '
llsu lit vmi out ui
Clothes, Shoes,
ILits, Etc.
FOUND
The
OK BAKER ST., ONE UOOli WKST OP
HILL 4  CO.    The only plaoa iu town
■   that oan make life wvoril. the living.
do nan noie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
MuutumunmtUHi
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minimize    'I ffeol    iif    ihe
Timp TpIK QtAPll whisp"r
I UIIU     |U|I«    OUUly   who are trying to creute  dissen-
si.ui iii mii' ranks, bv seeing tint
As i farming listt ci ih
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.,,,. .„„ ♦ Tailor '-/ Importer of
hctisi K....i.n;n ♦      Fine Woolens.
thai Lift. ■ "-! lei r. lurus lur   the
labor an.I  t-usli   expended,   Iliau
t
We have ibis week unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
I {        Si'biii.u. Price poii Ton Lots, Call and see us before
ti I  buying elsewhere.    We also carry a stock of
,  , t nan.,..),. It r.   \ruistruny As
disu-ici **<-»*•«*»»*»»«»»".*«♦»«■**»»' ?    CARNEFAS stock and foultry food
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MUSIC I
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iliinll.-h ..-.aa!  work   '■.-.",,-■' i,,.,,.,,.,., i    ,,,.  ... . .      ■;
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...   ..... vine,    tnd   partj   arc   properl ' pianoforte
placed    before   Ihe    associivliot
Harris Bros.
PATMORE, BROS.
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dissension ''>. <i ■■ I'onserval ve
; naiks It will noi ito to couni
inn much mi that. If the I Ion
servatives expect to win they
can only do so by earnest work,
and not by listeuing to the idle
vaporing* uf thn party of the
"Czar".
The meeting of Conservatives
held uii Monday evening was ;hi
encouraging, .one. .There was
noi only n good attendance, bul
an I'viili'itt Interest on the part
of those presenl that angers \vell
Fa   O.   E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EABUS
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GOT  THE  HABIT
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possible.
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Tinner
j'.ll'    v,    sen,.'   "i   ;i'    iw    j.i:\i- i       ii| • ,-
Llumbers „,..„„„ rente I Rock) Mountain Chapter I
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Special nlteiition to loucli,
Icclllliqllc,    pbt'USillg    Ullll
liriuliiii;' of studios.
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FOR ft FIRST-GLftSS TURNOUT
i Royal   Hotel #
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.irs'r AiiuivKli
ANCIENT ORDER,'FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MKK'I'S    JN'n    AND   .'I'll   'ri'KSli.. VS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Ifor  the   -spirit   with which Con-   1'Wtlin:   lu-uthuru    -dliillj   lu.-iteil'
I HANDLEY'S
i IIVFRY
u-uieetiujfa! -2ud Tuim-   | J_/i V IJlV i
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Nu.   126.   It. A. >
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Furnished for uny point in the
district,
Y
A
Ucst In Quality
Most Artistic In Design
Lowest In Price
Pa inters,   Papi'i'liaiifji-is  and   Decorators
Sign Painting a Specialty
P.O. BOX,811     ARMSTRONG AVKM'K    PUONB-III'
servtit-tves an
tiL'    iiiiii   the
[ Inexl  cntiipuien.     Ami   the   in
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v   teresl   was ' noi   .col-kecl   up   by
Lf those who have taken   it  mosl
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■-. active pari In political affairs,
bul by Conservatives'who have
no personal axes lo' grind, but
ure desirous of the success of
the party.
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^ Wholesale —.
LIQUORS ■- CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgarv Beer, Ale k Porter.
T. LEBEL it CO., Hay and li ain.
Oranbrook, B.C.
+~aa-
c. c. c.
I Gaioaru Gauie Go.
t       fresh and Salted Meats
'        Fish and Poultry in Season
i
'l'h..re will probably be several
appointments for some offices before the Conservative Association. The association bus n
right tn ask of every person
seeking an appointment thut he
shall presenl his claim, and then
abide by the decision of the
association.
The nexi regular meeting of
the Cranbrook Conservative Association will be held in Put-
more hall mi Monday evening
Peb JHth. Every Conservative
in Cranbrook is eurnestly Invited
to attend.
After all, il Czars" political
combine will work more havoc
with public pride limit il will
with Conservative party Interests,
*    a
Memorial baiupieui wen-  held
ffi Cline   I
C. II..   A. MoUOWAN.
s,..ii-,.|!ii-v.   .1. SIMS.
Professional.
HARVEY & McCARTBR
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
rilANlillooi..    -    n.c.
J. M
Booi-siioe Maker
AU Work ti nam tit etui
New Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   ',>Ii;,,''.-r'U*i u,.„-i
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those  who are  weary and  thirsty,  drop in, and
Alex will-do llio rest.
ALEX McCOOL    Prop.
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Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
GranlU'OOk      • British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
HAKHISTEU, SOL1C1TOK
mill NOTARY  PUBLIC',
Ci-iinbrook. B.C.
♦ Orders by mail will ri Ivo prompt in ariiful atlentioa
Older by Phone In
. vlttniuiliti Hurl
fonnil ui mm
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MANITOBA llti'I'KI.
.   a-. U'ei'li ii, nil liniiii'lli
ul iln<
Tonsorlal Art
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
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Under  New  M«i-iatscmeMt
■■        \\ lien .mi  m.iiiI   h   eno'l
Hsackiuarters for mining   S ,   ,.
»   |.I....-  in slop ■ ome io thri
''     \l;tiiit..l,,i.
j. a, MCDONALD, Manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
men ami old lirriei
A
Livery
7*
tiKAin  A DOYUBj PROP'S
Trains and tlrivern lurnish
fil   lur   »Ti*f   |tollll  in tho 'lis
fcrlot,
a. DOVLE. Mannffer
*a*a 9m**r*9i*a**>wmmi*, ■ ■ ■ mi'i *wMta»
G. H. Thompson
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^Pt   NOTAIIV I'Ulll.IC
OFFICE   LEASK   BUIl.OINC
I liililirniili.  ll.C.
THOMAS   MoVITTiE
P.U.S. X- C.E.
Fori Steele !!.('.
J. Edgar Davis
*   Bricklayer   ^
""""(iontraetor   "*
I'lKINH 115
Piiriiiioo, Boiler. Range and
Fireplace Work u Specially, All
description of stone-work undertaken,
Orders left at J. D. MgBRIDEkS
\\ ill II in- Prompt Ati.-iiii.iii.
The Illinois Central
Miilnliiltia iiiii'\,-,-lli-il am-vlei! ii-nn,
llie iviwl lull ihi unit - li.   '.I ,1: in-.-
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I 111 Third St., l-ei'il i. ii- 'ifiin.
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Hi!Third St., Piirlliinil, Oruvnn,
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I. I'..Iliii.il tllils.. Sullttlu, Wnali.
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
nobb'a>
TO
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific   Coast - Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Pnlaco und Tourint
Sleepers, Bull'ntt
Library Cars, Modem
Day O01..1I1..H.
Dining Cars,
MKAI.S   A   LA   CARTK,
Best   Meals  on  Wheels
2 FAST  THA INS r\
KAST  ..Nil WKST IIAII.V    £.
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"HUTCH"   I
JOHN HUTCHISON%
PHONE 119
Cranbrook, B.C.
s
East Kootenay. i
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m Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection %
:oltl
on 3
Months'
Trial
ALWAYS READY
FOR INSTANT I
CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
Nnariml to railroad depot,    llus aoooillino-
dution*    lor    thu    pulilii-    uui.quull.i.l   in
Oranbrook.
1
I Mot and Cold Baths
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    Jj
Proprietors j
I P. Burns & Co. I
SZ Head Ottlee,
fc Unitary, Alln.it..
Main OtUca for Eut Kootonay, ~3
Oranbrook, B.O ~!
1
£
£
Wholesale and Retail
£ Meat Merchants 3
i 1
1 1
fc Dealers in Abattoir und Cold Storage ~|
£    Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta.   3
^aiuiiiiaiuiiUiUiuuuuiuutsuiiuuiuuuutiUiutuiUiUiiiss: TSE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, B C,  l-'KHKf AK\
lilfiri
NOTICE.
Notl.w is hereby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of'
Lands aud Work-, (or lieei.ue to prospect for Coal ami Petroleum on the
follon-iug land.: Beginning at a poet
planted ut the northeaat corner of;
Morrissey townsite, thenoe south one
mile following the general trend of the j
Klk Kiver. thenoe weat one tulle, i
tlience north one mile, thence east, one I
utile to the point ol coimneiiceinent.
Kernie. B.C., December 6th, UK*.
.1. J. Cowdet-ay
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby ifiven thut 1 intend
toapply to the Chief Ci.mu.issioi.er of
Lands and Works for Uceucc to prospect for Coal nnd Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
planted at the northeast corner of
Morrissey tiiwnaile, theuce west one
mile, thenee north one mile, thenoe
east to the Elk Itiver, thouce south
following the general trend of the said
river to the point of commencement.
Pernie, ll.C, December 8th, 11HU>.
J. H, Seukler
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby givon that I Intend
to apply to the Chiel Commlsslonor of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal ami Petroleum on the
following lauds: Beglnulng at a post
olanted at the southwest corner of .1.
H. Seukler's claim and marked W. A.
Maclenan's northeast corner, thenco
soulh one mile, thenco west one mile,
thence nortb one mile, thenco east one
mile to tbe point ot commencement.
Pernie, B.C., December tttb, 1U06.
W. A. Maclenan
51 Per .1. B. Ferguson
nOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works fix- licence to pros-
poet for ('oul uiul Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked l{. A Welsh's northwest coiner (one mile west of the Klk Hiver),
thence .south one mile, thence east one
mile, tlience north one mile, thence
west one mile to the point of commencement.
Kernie, H.i'.. December nth, ltHfi.
ft. A. Welsh
-ll Per .1. B, Ferguson
E ASTER
WILL SOON BE HERE
A NICE PHOTO
Tlio kind we tnulte
will be Hie most acceptable Kasier Gift
Prest Photo Go,
Studio.
Baker St, Cranbrook, B.C,
*%hs |lwi0pj?ct<n-
SATURDAY. FEB. 17, IBOO.
ANNUAL REPORT
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence Us prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked W. A. Maclenan's northeast
cornel-, thence west oue mile, thence
north one mile, tliiuit-e eust one mile,
theueo south one milo to the point of
commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December 8th, 1905.
Helen Ferguson
51 Por J. B, Ferguson
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam   Hollers and Kui-oaae Work s
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G,
DRAYING
We have beon in the business
for several yoars, we have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
About mat Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason St Risch
Pianos, we can do the work without risk. Also Household Pur-
nature.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietora of tho
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Offlcu onpiMatt'
O.P.lt.    UOpOt.
Phono (13.
The Illinois Central
MnliiuhiN unoxcolltifl iwi'vtco from
thu wi.'si. to thu 0H8t nml HOUthi Making
clout-  COnneoUoUH   With   train*   of all
tranBoonttnontal lints, pnHHi-iim-r-* &ro
givon Uiulr oholuti of rotltoB to Chloa^o
latOtiUvlllo, Mom pills mill Now Orloan*,
nml thnmifh tltono poliitn to tho fur coat
PrOflfreotiva tl'*volorn <lt«tirln»; Infoi**
iiiation im tO tho IowonI ratob and hoftt
rouioH are inviiod to cotToMponilonoo
with tho following roproHotitttUvos.
to. ii. Trumbull, Comtnorotol A^ont
142 Third St., Portland, Oroiron.
J. C. UKUSBY, T. F. & P.A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon
p. B. Thompson, p. & P.A., Room l
Column llld|4., Soiittle. Wwh.
Samaria Stopped
His Drinking
A London Udy caret her husband
permuiently of the drink habit
and without hie knowledge.
glid I Ma that I «ver>
my hesitation about
wrillDf mu far • Pr«e
Sample, of Samaria.
At (bat  line  ray
" liittbiniiwndr.uk-
iiif tctv hard, aad
I waa In deapalr. The
effect uf  vour treat-
neat  waa ImmrdUtte,
tnd now out home la tail-
elf tree from the brink
F CuiHf. i gave my huabaad
thetahletHliihiatea.audhe
.never knew. A* the (ante
... ..-i-i—*for,«WM left him, M*
ftaeral health Improved and in now nukudid
1BW/ W* l'l»"k»- 1 ""I l« »ltd If ywu
wttl tcUothcrilof my eiperieutT,
VroO  ParLnnP  nndi*mj>hto|rli*Infclii!i
fixe ramayc parttciiiuM.tehUniuiiiiiU
and price seal in |»l»i" nealed envelope, cm
nipoudencfi wicredly confidential, Addr*" *
TIIK BAMAK1A RKMBDY CO,. <■>   juiuait
ChaaaUtk, Jordan it., YoioaM, uwwuU.
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby glvon thut. :tu  day* nfto
date. I Intend io apply to the Hon. Chief Dora*
mlKBluner ot   Lands  mul Works for n speolal
llcuii.ee to uut and carry awuy timber troni thi;
followliijc desorlbed luuds in Kust Kootenay
District, British Columbia:—Commencing m u
post planted ai J. Wlrth'a south-east corner
No. ■ii-ihlui;   thciii't! north iflt) chains, tlience
oast 10 chains, thenee south ICO ehulns. thenco
wost -w chains to placf of beginalng.
Dated this Mth day of November, llHft.
II. KKKSIIAW.
Locator.
NOTICE.
Notice i* heroby given thar, SO Hays ntmr
date. 1 intend to apply to tbe Hon. Chief Com-
mifiiloner of Lands iintl Works lora special
lloenau to out and carry awuy timber from the
following described lands ln Kast ICoolenuy
District, British Columbia:—Commencing at »
post planted nt A. T. CoUwcU's southeast corner, thenct: north IBO chains, thi ure east w
chuins, thence south iftt ohalns, thuaco west 10
chalnx to place of beginning,
Dated this *mh day of November, 1905.
H. KKHSHAW, JE.,
Locator.
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby give.) Hint. 30 dnya uf tot-
date, : Intend to upply to the Ho... Chief Com-
tiitaaioner of Lands nnd Works for a apcclul
lL'enco to out und curry awuy timber front the
followltiK described lands in Kast Kootenay
District. Urlllali Columbia!—Commencing at a
post planted at li. Kershaw's south-euat eorner
No. I licence, thence north mo ehaina. tlience
east 10 chains, tbenee aouth llio chains, tlience
west to ehaina to place of beginning.
Dated this Jjllh day or November. 1305.
1. WIHT11,
Lorator.
NOTICE.
Notice is t.oreby given thai, 30 days after
date, I Intend toapply to the Mou. Cbiof Com-
misHlouer of Lauda and Works for a special
licence to cut an.l oarry away timber from tbe
foilowing described landa it, Kast Kootonay
District, llritish Columbia: -Commencing at u
post plunted nt .1. McNeil's nortb-wosi corner,
thunce south IM chains, thenco west 10 ehains.
tbenco north Kit) chains, thenee east US chains
topiacoof beginniug.
Dated this Ullh day of November, IBM,
i. MARTEN.
Locator.
NOTICE.
Notice fs hereby given that. :« duys after
date, 1 intend to apply to tbe Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for a special
licence to cut und curry awuy timber from the
following described lunds ln Kast Kootenay
District. British Coluniblnj-Commenotng at a
post planted ut A. A. Kwin's liorlli-ivest comer,
tbence soutb IHO ebuilis, thenoe west 10 ehaius,
thenoe north 100 chains, thonee oust 10 ehaius
te place of beginning.
Dated this tilth duy of November, 1905.
J. MoNEIL,
Locator
NOTK"-.
Notice is hereby given that. :m days after
date. I intend to apply to thu lion. Cbtof Commissioner of Lands und Works for u special
licence to cut and curry awuy timber from tho
following described lunds In Kast Koolensy
District, llritish Columbia: -coiiniietu-ing at a
post planted al Jacob Nelson's north-west corner, thenc, south 100 chains, Ihenee wost 10
chains, theuce north 100 chains, thonoo easl 10
chains to place of beginning.
Dated this 91th day of November, lis.,.
A. A. KWIN.
Loral or.
NOTICt.
Noti.'u Is hereby given that. iW days alter
date, I int..ml to apply to the Hon. chief Coin.
niissii.n.jr of Lands and Works for t. spis-lal
licence to oul nnd OHrry away timber from ibe
following described lands in Kust Kootonuy
lM.lrict, British Columbia: Commonelng nl n
post planted one-half milo wogt of the skook ;
unit'huck Kiver. on the lirst, creek on wuat side !
and .'lose to Iho trail going up sal.l creek, I
thenc,. soulh l.'.o chains, tlionoo ..'oat lo chains.
tlionoo north ion chains, thonoo east liiehalns I
to pla.-o of beginning.
Dat.al llils -.'III. day of November, l!Wf>.
.IACOII N'KI.SON,
Locator.
NOTICE.
Noil..,, la hereby given (but, :fli days after
dale, I intend lo apply to thu Hun. Chiel 00111-
inlssloliur of Lauds aud Works for u special
lleuucu to cm and carry awuy limber from the
following described luuds In Kast Kontenuy
District, llritish Columbia:- Commencing at it
post planted nt 11. Kershaw, Jr.'s south-east
corner No. ■.' liconoo, tbence east 10 ebnlna,
Ihenee north too chains, ihmien west lit chains,
theuce south ll*i chuins lo place of beginning.
Dated tills 'llth day of November, lOOo.
.1. WIRTH,
Loci lor.
NOTICE.
Notice la heroby given that :to days after dste
I intend to apply lo the Hon. Chief Commissioner oi Lauds and Works for a special
licence to cut ami curry ii wuy limber i.oui tho
following descilti.Hl bunts In Kast Kooti.toty
District, llritish Columbia: -Couininumiig at a
post planted al Nolo .lohtisou's northwest corner No. -1 lice i: thonoo west 10 ehains. thonee
norih inn chains, tlionoo nasi 1(1 chains, thence
south li'" chums to nlnuli of beginning.
I,ut,-d thla iltli duy or November. I!...,
■i A. T. COLI.WKI.L. I.ocuior
Satisfactory    Report    Made   to
Shareholders of the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal Co.
Toronto, Keb. 9.—Tho annual
meeting of the shareholders of
the Crow's Nest Puss Coal com
puny was held here today at the
head offices of the company, Hon.
George A. Cox. president, in the
chair.
The directors submitted their
ninth annual report showing that
the net profits of the past year
amounted to «M97,898.68. Dividends paid during 1905,
18849,418.05, After transferring
j ME,400.01) to rest account,
$351,H01.07 was carried forward
I to this year, The reserve fund
now amounts lo *l,H00,00O.
A detailed financial statement
hi the report gives the following
figures:
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
For year ending 31st December, 1905.
Balance,al oi'odlt, Deo 31,'04.$203,320.44
Not | Its for 1906  497,898.68
Premium received on .-nils
jmld t.u new sleek      35,400.00
*78n,019.12
Appropriated as follows:
Dlvldonda paid »349,418,06
Transferred to reserve tutid.   :I5.400.00
Bill, carried forward tn 19(18. 361,8111.07
*736,fll».12
GENERAL STATEMENT
:ilst. December, IDO.',
ASSETS
Minos,   real  estate, plaut
development, etc *5,374,til4.8!)
Securities owned     328,296.98
Accounts receivable      t.lt.,803.27
Cash oa htinil. and in tmnlc      13,772.118
♦11,338,618.12
UAUII.lTlKS
Capital stock, paid up *3,500,UOO.OO
Bills payable     367,769.90
Accounts payable     228,447,09
Dividend No. 20. payable
Jau. 1. 1906        87,500.011
Reserve fund   1,800,000.00
Profit and loss     3.11,801.07
116,833,618.12
I have examined these statements of profit and loss, and of
assets und liabilities, also the
books and vouchers of the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company, Limited, and find the same correct.
J. G. LANGTON, Auditor.
Toronto, 9th February, 1906.
All the old directors were reelected for an ensuing year,
except J. A. Gemmill, of Ottawa
deceased, whose place on the
board is taken by James W.
Woods.
The directors elected were:
Hon. G. A. Cox, Robert Jaffray,
lieutenant-colonel sir H. M. Pel-
latt, William Fernie, J. D. Chip-
man, E. R. Wood, David Morrice
Thomas Walmsley, lieutenant-
colonel Mason, Frederic Nichols,
G. G, S. Lindsey, K. C, C. C.
Dalton and James W. Woods.
At a subsequent meeting of
the directors the following
officers of the company were reelected for the ensuing year:
President, Hon. George A. Cox,
1st vice-president, Robert Jaffray
2nd vice-president, Lieut-Col,,
sir H. M. Pellatt; 3rd vice-president and general manager, G. G,
H. Lindsay, treasurer, E, l{.
Wood.
How To Be A "Good Man".
Don't always try to do a lot of
thinking for the house i letting
a hustle ou you uud doing the
things the head of the depart
menl wauls done will often make j
a much greater impression then
un idea i r a suggestion
Ideas ure only relative, and the
head of the department may have
the idea he has given to you lo
work out directly from the head
of the house, und it always makes
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work al
Reasonable Price
uu impression with nn employer
to have his suggestions  worked'
mil   promptly    ami    with    en
lliusiusni.
The man who Dan  tram  hint
.self to take hold of another man's
'idea and work it oul wilh entliu-!
siasm,    soon     establishes     thei
I reputation of a "good man." noi
matter  whether  the   ideas  are]
j go. d or not.
I Too many employees bulk and
think too much  when  they  are
I handed things to do that do not
[appear commendable to them,
and that's why there are so many
people looking for  jobs all the
{time.
Many a bad idea litis been made
a success by the enthusiastic
work of the men to whom it was
given to work out.
When you have a really good
idea you will gel it recognized in
time, but iu the meantime a lot
i of enthusiastic  work  will   keep
| pushing you along to a place
where you will gel tt better
chance to gel your idea a hearing, is the suggestion of a writer
in the New York Evening World.
Disappointment doesn't keep
the man with the real element of
I success in him from getting
there.
As, for instance, there is thut
story of Edison, who tried to get
the capitalists to take up his
electric street car twenty five
years ago,and I hey said they were
very sorry, bul they couldn't
see anything in it. Edison
knew lie hud u great idea but
tlio fact that he couldn't get uny
one to see it didn't cause him to
sit down and sulk. He kept on
going and when he finally found
a man who wanted his idea he
got ten times as much for it as he
would have recoived had he
disposed of it al the first time.
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
KSTIMATKS rUKNlSllKl) ON ALL WORK
.ItllllllNO   I'llOMI'Tl.V l-'.XKCCTKl..
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME ANI> SHINGLES FOR SALE
Telephone 82.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Winter Carnival
ROSSLAND
February 7th to 10th
Single Fare
Round Trip
February 7th. Hth, uth.   (iood to
return till February 1-th.
Whit PROGRAMME
CANADIAN WINTER SPORTS
Foi- Programmes, Kales, uud
detailed information, apply to
local agents,
.1. S. CAR'l'Klt, K. .l.covi.i-;.
D.P.A., Nelwin.   .V.O.P.A., 1'i.nuo.ivi.r
NEW BOOKS
JUST ARRIVED
^lOOO New Booksf
#
They Must Be
Sold Immediately        ^
W
Call   and   Sec   Them W
Your attnnl.i.in is italled to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains of the -'Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway." "The only
perfect- trains in llie world.'*
You will (ind il desirable lo ride on
those trains when goinij to any point in
the Humeri', stales or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Tloket Agonts sell
tickets.
For further infi.rmat.ion, pamphlet*,
ote, ask any Ticket Agent or
R. I.. FORD, H. S, ROWE,
Pass. Agent, (Mineral Agent,
SPOKANK. POKTI.ANn
»♦ PETE'S **
BARBER SHOP
Huh oimiiiiuI i he bent shop in
Oranbrnnk, and irimrantwu
Hfttisfttotion iu simvitiM,
Hair Cuttinffi etc.
Next door to A. C, BowntMris
on Cranbrook Street.
SollHtf>il
CITY (W CRANHUOOK
Xotine i* hoi-oby ifiven thai tht; annual Hitting of tlio Court ol' Kovinion
for* tho purposo of hearing all com*
plaiuu aguinst tho AHscK-miont of t.hp
Otty of Cranbrook, B.C., will 1m> hold
in the Council Chamber iu the «aid
City of Cranbrook on the 5th duy of
March, A.D. 191)0, at the hour of lb:M
A.M.
Datod at Cranbrook, B.C., this 24th
day of January, !W0«.
C, H. 1'UKST.
4 City Clock,
NOTICE.
That I intend thirty (layHafterdate to
apply to tiie Chtof Cmnmlflslonor of
Landa and Workn font Hpuoial Llceuee
to <-ut and oarry away timlmr from
the following doftcrlhod laudw:
< 'ommeueiny ut a pout planted ou tile
nouth  side ot  Moyie Crook ono and
a half mllun up tl look from 0, I'. K,
Hallway Brldgo, thenee liiu uhalnfl
BOUth, thene,' 40 elialiin wont, tbenee ]W
(shultiH north, thonoo 4o uhaiUB mutt to
plaoe of heirinrnnL', oontatnlug mo
aeroK.
Dated 27th l>ereinber, 1IHJ'>,
53 William ttohmoek
NOTICE.
Nettcu is hfiifiiy uivun tlml :i» Any* from <lnt''
1 tntoniJ io apply tn thu Chlol ComnilAnioner of
Land- nml VVorlis, Victoria, for h siwulal
llcoiiM! to out uml curry uwuy ilmbt-r (roni tlio
followliu; (ICHCrlbcd luutls situiiU* li'H'llu'Hsl of
Klmbortoy in SoutliClWt Kooti'iiuy tnsirUrt.
CommoncinftSI cbultiH north nnd IU (ihiilns
wv.ui ot iiu- uortliwuNi roriicr of
oiu suuiics itiiiiii'r lit'eaHU, thonco m
I'liuliiN wont, thoooo w) uiiuitiN noi iii. thetictt 12ii
chuiiiH eust, thonco 49 olialm moth, theuoo »•>
chuliLi weit, tbence lOehidUM Hnnth to oolm ur
uonuuonccmcnl.
Dated "Hi .Fuiniiiiy. l!H»i,
•i i*. M, KhWAims
NOTICE.
Notice Ih bcrrliy f{tvon ibut ;i» iUy» after Utilo
I lutfiHi w apply ,0 the uiiuf Coitiuitssim,!!!- oi
Lunds mul WorkH, Vlutorlu. for n ttpootu!
lt(!t'tico to cut nml curry uway tlmbarouthn
follovvlnc ili.'snliMni iiimu hliuHU' ttoi tliousi or
K'iiiiinTl>-v in .sitiiihcisi KiMiO'uuy Dlatrlct.
ConitnciicliiKat ■ owt :ni ilmitis north ami
ton cholnn west of Otis Siaplas north wost oor
nor, tb'inct! nortli so ubulnH, thonoo cam tm
rbahiH, thf!iH'<: .soutb 80 chuins. thence we'll Hn
chnlitN to place of hoKttuilrii*-
Dutoin'tli .Imiuiny. I WW,
2   ■ 0. M. KDWAltUH,
NOTICE.
Notlco U hereby xlvon Umi thirty daya after
ilate 1 intcml to apply u* the Chief Cotuinl**-
■loner of Lantb. unit Workl fur porudaaiob t«
ut linrl carry tlmtMT from the foil owl no rto-
lurlbed landK in Kant Kootenay:
Corairiciieiuj/ ut a p«wt planted tni the north
boundary of Lane'x tlmbor lieeooe and abon*
twenty chains oaal of tbo north wist onrner.
Tbence north eighty chains, theuce eaat ulgbtl
ehaina, theuce aoutb eighty ubalny, ihcncc
weal lilglity clutiu- lo plitmi of liegiuiilug.
II, U.MeVl'l'TIK
January Hth, Itmi, •;
C. E. REID & CO.,    1
Phon.   7 4 The   Drug.g.ists Z
PURE DRUGS PINE STATIONERV    '*"""
DISPENSINCi   OUK   SPECIALTY.
»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦44^^
i! FORT STEELE
BREWING CO., LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
ii   MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS ol EXTRA FINE
BEER $>  PORTER
;;  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use .'I specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
-<( P. O. BOX 812      b
<l      TELEPHONE  NO, I      p
jj   Fort   Steele Brewing Co.. Ltd.
9*>99*9*~*99t>9*>99t>9a>94>*>t> *>*>9.*>4y.9*a>99a>*a>9a>9*>999
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. FRANK ANGEBE. Manager
Tho uli..vc hotol hiis boon rooontly orootod, and neatly lui-nisli-
«d throiifflioiii, Tho Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars,
le
Post Office
Store
I In- largest General Store in Marysville, where miners
can be supplied with anything they want al all times at
Cranbrook priees,
Groceries.   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
NOTICE.
Notlw i« hurvby given tlmt tlilrtj* toy* nft«i <
it nit' i lutuml io iipiiij to ilmCtiiof I'mnuilt j
ilonttr ot i.umis and WorHs ror iturmlMlfln t<>
muhiiiI nany uwuy umbui fr  till) following ■
itawciiin'i! litiids in Knit Konvennyi
Goroui until nu nt « tmitt iiIiiiiujO, whtire tiir'
WMt lioiitnlnr.v i)f 1*01 MIU urOHiH tin: nortli ;
boniiiiury of Lot nil, Oroti|i I.  Mltifitcun tinalux
from tbe nortli wont cornur at l.oi Ml, tlienoe I
noitli "iidity chaliittmoratir iti** to Uio lontti  ■
tmnlc of Klk rlvor. tlittnL't'wuatorl) und noiitt)- !a
ftlyilmrn Klk Ktvortotlw north wwl uornei 'ft
ot Ale*  Muffini - ilmlmr  lironoii   i,..i
ttioueo titttti iiIkiiij tlm nortli lionintury or [,oi I
| NORTH   STAR       f
HOTEL 8
♦   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.     ^^_, #
Kltnberley,   B. C.
8MPL£
STRONG
READ.
Notlco la Horoby glvon Umt UOiImvh uiti>r<inifi |
I In to nil to Apply to tho tion. Olilef Coramln*)
xlonnr of I.iiti<h unit Wotki tor ti H|l00lltl ItOOItOO ,
tocnl tttnl i.uriy Hwny tinilii'r from tlm follow*!
lugUoicrlbod iiiniis in Kast Knotonny Dlntrlct.'
HrltlNti Colunililni ■Oomiiioiidtm '>' » I'o^''
piHiiini nt H. KcrHlinw, .ir.'i northoHHt oornor'
No.8ttG(!Uuoi tlionco wuhi no oIihIho, tlionoo
north 80 cimhiN. tlienou onitt hu (jlmiiiN. thonoo
wiiuii ho riiiiiiis lo tlio plnoo of beginning
UHletl lbi>* 'Mtli Novt'iiilior, IVO*).
li U 11 aaMALL LvDHiui
Office and Workshop Lewis St
Fhree & Four rear Courses
In Mining! Chemlcnt, civil,
Mechanical nnd Klectrical
(iiiKlm-rritiK.
Mlnemlogy and Ooology,
U*t\ny,y Uiul   I'llbllC lltiltti,
Write for calendar lo
Tiie Secretary,
•cbool of Minium,
MiHiilwu, Ont
H-VITuud Lot Ml tlfty n
tovlnceof iM-'riiinitie
elnifna innrit
.1. M. ACNKW
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
January nth, r>«
i/<	
s\im Pmnf;mwlfMsmm
Purohaiii!   Pl'ioo   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Made For Old Maohine
Arnold & Roberts
NOTICE.
ilato i
ilonor
ill*-,; |'ll
I .'illli
olmlu
'I'liiriir
iDity-i
Ot tl
r is iierHhy glvon tbal thirty iluys ntjor
ntond to upply lo tlm OblOl l ihu ill Ik
of Lauda aud Worlw lor iwriolanloo to
I uiiiiy ti w ii y tlmbor from thu follow Inn
lmil hiii'Mi, Hmmi K oo tuu ay.
uiuuoitig iti ii post plautod at ibe vomit i
mni't nf l.oi rtWl), tlji'iici; south forty llw i
iinoroorlusa w thu nortb wval roruei
,oi    UM,   ibonuu   UH-.I   utic   hu oil roil'
vein> -.li i-tuiiiis more or leaa to iii« nort
nrnot tt( Not KAt), tlionoo uorth thlrty.tlve ,
to Um aouth tuiitt oornor ol LoiiiMJI
wcatolgbt) clialna tu tin* auuili wuu |
of t.nt itfKW, thouce north nine uhalna to !
iu unatooruoi ot Lot WW, thonoe wnai j
dvoolmluittud eighty olght lltika moro
to |iiiii«' of beginning,
J. M AONBW
aryMtli, iw". t
THfc HRO*PECTO«.
i CHENETTE A NEAL. Proprietors
?^   Marysville,   B-G.   *nf
S        Tl." lui'KOHt iiinl hosl equipped hotel in the 81. Mary?
S  vull.'.v- OOMMODlOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
| LEflSK & HENDERSON I
|    "'""FASHIONABLE TAILORS  •|
£ Always Up-to-Date 3
|f Granbrook, -     - B.C. 3
^ubuuuuiiiUiiUiiiuuamuauubibUiibmiiibiUihK THE PROSPECTOli, CRANBltOOK, It. C, FEBRUARY 17. I00B
GLOVES
GLOVES
*^» We cany the largest 9
-y stock  of Gloves   in z
9 SATURDAY, I'll:. I", IWM
9    nn>mniinnimnii,....,.mi,mmni.n:
J I  LOCAL NEWS. !
V E 3
A ■ -uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu•:•
3* li-'.,    I . Ill|-it- ,.(  I   I I'.aM.il   was ill
Xt, (' i-ii nl> n. ok Tl nil's. I;»y mi business
i ni.s Stuples nf Hiiyiutl was in
lliu i-ii v on Thursday
| "^SSmuTB I THE   OFFICE   OF   THE
  6fWflDlflN BANK Ot GOMM&RGE,
CRANBROOK
T\ *-S 4.A.* <• Alan Toimi-o, ript'» ,l
Dr. Scott s      ;        -«■,»        |       Has Been Removod to the
Headache   Powders     J   Uakei St,   Cranurook  Ji
NEW BUILDING
Whun   yini   jjol .. 1.1-
;,,.i,i..ti. .1 lli-ndu.-li.- tlml ri.j.k.-i-
).....- I..-...I tluuli: uud \..ui-.-...-
a> I. i I-l    Ullll     liml..-  J...I   -J.'I-   lo
y.nil- slumm-li n-\
|
li,r. l.i't,.n
\TTS uiul (.'HOICK
. ■nNI-'KtTHlNKItY
-Soli. Drinks
I
Eastern B.C.
We make a specialty  of J ","'
ll. s. Wriglil of N.-ls
Hi.- t'ily \Vi.,lii,.s,l;iv.
9
* heavy gloves for lumber and J p»tm..n.-n«»
* railroad men.
9
£    We have the
J famous H.B.K.
* Go's ■■     Eisen-
9 draths brands.
9
9 there is   noth-
9 ing better.
its auvwav
Th,-\ can't liiiii yi
slop mm. Iiuadnch...
1.1    llll'V
W-H-H+H+I-H+W+Ht
no net.
\„li.,- Iv li.nl..
One Dozen in .1 Bov 26c.
Mini I ,,il]„i>i>K I,ilil,'
.ninlami.l W...I. lora
.'. .... L'oal nml I'.-n-.
...■-..-.......I Ijiii.I ..ju,..,-
Ilia Dial.let ..I s.iuil. Kusl l\„..i.n.i,
North-East (orner Maker k Cranbrook Street*
I'. C. MAI.PAS. Manager.
j.      I,'   A  Clmpiiian of Perth, Onl ,
J was in iln-.■. 1 > Monday. ' .... ■,-, ,.-  O    AnY'Uiqniv] ""
W    , .„ ,„  ,T~' ,,,        .     '"..,. aiuupuiN   ,,,„„ ,„, ,„„ ,Ml, .,, .i*^^*.^^^^.^^^^
*     AW.riiish .1 |..,,'iM.-.'i..      Where It Pays to Deal.        <■"""'•' ' '""	
ml.  wus al i'r;ii]i,r,...l, Monday j.,,. ... m. ..,,r.i. t...-k .11 MlDl.ol .-.,-,        * *^pa» ■ r& m ar-^ t**m~*.w m m m   ^
Utoupl., ...■alwol.»li.»,ili„nre«oull.Sfl A 1    1 L ▼ 1 Q ■    1I~1I—4
■ i.j.i.i-, in. uai nicliul.iH, tlteuou nortl. bu
.      .1    A    Htirvev  was al   Moyie     l'" '" Stewarts tor Delicious
XIMnnllflV iru'l h.wlniNK Chocolates  lllld    H.m    Hulls,    III.'
i Moudav on l.'iiiil husine
II.-I niiuli'
II  C. Woods
'I'm,nil,,.    Ml.l
Al Doyle \ islted Ihe logging
■uiii|.s ui Sh,-,,|, . ,,., i, un Tliurs
lu.
^ I,'   Shields ul   Winnipeg,   were
**f guests hi the (Iratilirooli Kriduv
9
9
We will be glad if you will Examine Our Slock
*********** ***************
9
9      .1   HijfhwM'den of l-'.'i!   Steel
A  ..;.-. in ihe . it\  Wednesdav.
•
9
',->■■: ...
l>   K    VrIhh   ot   Hu- Staples
Mill,   I'.imc  ilowu   I'roiii   l!ii\.irti
11.   Kiimsej   ..: Vaiu-ouyei- W' ln"s',a>  'ompanj business
jP was i\ Crunhmak   visiun   Wed
km   nr-iluv M     Agnuw    wlm   wild    Rl
*
*
|kr-,u,
*     fa,
•      *  the   ■
«  tn '1
. liiihlv IO tlio |llttOV i'i  I'l'KUillllH*
I.,., -u,-,i 'iu. iso, iiHj ni December, iws
M  \   Tlioiupnou uet
l      M     IMrttlltl-     \|{f|l
NOTICE.
ti..' i- lieieltj nl veil Hint l mtIIU)i*jI) tutUt!
. I'l.iiiiiii-li.n.-i of l.aiiils uiul SVOtkti Tor w
..'i to i'i..-1'i','! tor Coal ;uiti ivin.ifuui
Hit follow Inn anwrtbnl lumts Htluiue 111
i.-ii      .-i Suuth 1-lnst Koolt'ltuj
.Hi nml io ciiiiiu
Thr* oppuliutlltj ol your life may lie U»«t
toy    Sot   fcUvtnu   »  Keliubli*   Watoli
Would vou like to have one you can depend upon?
('.ill ami see the
IIKill   GRADE   MOVEMENTS
[•' 1). Hendei'su
■;» truusilrling
r:iiibrook Wed ni
Moiil real
Uaiidon on business returned   In
I'riinhro.ik ibi- week
I lie ii.,in.  In.'iiik «l  t'hief ul
i'oli.-e   Huron   mil   be  sorry   lo
learn Ihal he has been  serioush
''J'   l,u)    "'   ill   al   Ihe  Si.   Kii-.-n,.  Iiospiliil
Ul'>    ll"1  Ibis week
wolinilia, lllt-ii
I'l-Kinnilii.
■|«!
"< iiuKins.mioiir.ius mm ot m. If vVe   sell   lo   C.P.R.   Employees,  who must   hove
.In iii.nli link i,i   Mluligl ..teal, liy   1
.•,ii.,-...ii......,i..-„-soi ,.i i„>i <h*.iW Accurate   Watches
.-...-,- mall, ail .-Ituitta, iln-u,,, wi-a. HO I ,£,
Win. F. Tate & Son
Jewelers   and   Opticians''
tUTlmai Watch hispeutonj C.P.H, Crow's Noil paM Dlvlbiuti
.VrcblbaM Blw«ll |iur      , iSJ
V. M KUwttrflw, Agent    1 i
"J
NOTICE.
liuivby si veil Lluit  l will ui^ilj w> j t
V
For a Good Investment J
B I   Y
EAST KOOTENAY POWER and I
LIGHT COMPANY Stock
A.   M
,.a Joyce In
D.  .1    Kli'.i.'i   of    Moyie   was Ian  exhaust Ipipe order  for I lie Iloum ovm' u"> coiiowins .iosu.-Hju.i lunu »itu«io
■:.,  sacliug    biisiuess  al   Cran   Crow's Nest lJas>   Luiuber Co's '" ""■'dUlr,el"' s"ulU K"sl Ko '"":
bri»)k Monday Planing Mills al   Wardner  lhat    n"""""'"'» i«.-i>«.»' »'>rii> ...a ischuta.
. , ,,,'ai ,,l :, !-.,sl i.Uiuu-.l ll'....; L-lu.i.1-. ,vt-j.i  uf .lie I       m.
will  require nearl.i   uuo  ton ol  „„B,„1„l.„„„„,„,., ,„ Mi,.,„.i ,,,.,.k „yi    9
lUvy galvanized iron. ono ,„ lliu uortliern bouutlnrlus or I.01 .iv.il, j     Oj,
  lil-oillil, tllelio.1 nortl. SOohnills. Ill.-.lt-.- una! »J
. ,   ■ ,■    . i i , .luiiiiv liiciu-i-soiilli SOi'liiiil.a,   tl.t-.it-i-  t-aal   80
A concert in aid  ol  ilie  l<Ye«j ,.,mi.iMtuu>«pi.moofbcuitiuiiig.
I Keading   Room   will  be hold in    i nuii tuu. wtu.in; ur u.«euiiwr, wifa
.!.     You can get a box ol ihe  besl  Wentworth Hall on tlie evening .«• a h™i,-i«,i-
Jjcigai-sii  lownatS. .1. Mightou's of Pebruary 28th.     Tbe besl or |  :" .-. m. i:,i«o..i-„ a«.-„.
ibaeco Store. Cranbrook taleul will take pari
  Di.ii'i forgel ibe dale.
Mrs  Sooer of Kimberlei   was —  smire u, hereby «iv«n nan i win »puiy u.
. ■        .   ni.ttu.   . .»    «.i iii.-,'iii.-i.-,iiiiuii»ai,iiii-i ol l.iin.ls mul Works
•Hnlrtinlii t  visitor Uuring the     ('. Kainin. K. U.  Clothier and mralimnmu> prospmn for cohi uu.i net
i  I...U.I-. um. Work.
" "I""'' for Oonl awl V.tro. ' \%%&*&a&a&a4a*&^a*M*>W
Don't Fail to See the
$
x
NOTICE.
rly pari of tin* wi
+
t
i )nl\ ;i limited iiuiiil"t "I shares
mi the market. Pruspci tus ami
further  infonnation can be ob
l.llllnl  In.in
Beale & Elwell
iiiui.i-i-. i-'ni ihe *■..111j..111\
Baker, St. Granbrook, B.C. ;
iaH^^H^-M^'-M-H^HH-HH-^-H-tH-H-W-J-H-W-H-l-l^
I).  .1    Blniei' of  Moyie were nt
•|- ICranbrook Tuesday, and dining
T J-1 I' I'iukandl.M Roberts the afternoon attended the
+ were al Wardner Monday on hookey sumo al llie Columbia
•h business Rink.
Mrs, lireinner entertained her
4> Sunday    School   cluss,   al   her   I ''
■esiileiice. on Tuesday evening.
"ii'st   Consignment  Of
Om  Stock Of
,!1,,',^!„:;;;u;'i,;;u!„:-^,;b canned goods
li'iim over tht! fntlotviiiif tlusnrlbod land sltuuto
in tin* IMsiriii of South Kust Koi»teiiit,v:
C'litllliiellfllig Uhi ehnlns uorill Ullll '•<) ulltills
>u->i uf a jjosi plumed lii.i;iu-liain> west uf the!
crossing of ilie mirth fork of Mtcltol ereelt by I
one of the uortliern lioiilHlurius of Lot -1WS. JK
Group 1. tlieaco south SUulinlas, thernie well W '
uhitliiH. tlitimie ttortli SO cltitliut, thcucti eust m
nlinlits to the plaveuf hug! tin iug.
I.nfiiii'ii nils istli ilny of Dooomher. lnoa.
Agnes Klwell pur
M u, m. Eilwunlh, Agent
I FAMOUS JUVENILE |
i B0STQNI1N8 j
Introducing j\\ ihe Latest Comedy Hits ol the
season.
Wentworth Hall
, Hcstiuirant.
NOTICE.
Ilu.l"   Hfl'IVL'fl,       W«   Iiu IV
noltH'ti'd :t lill'gi? vui'ii'tv ami
POR   SAWMILL
"earn
I
Only tha Best
CONKKC'I'IONKKS
Ntiiluvls hereby given tlmt I will upply to Hi
Chief CowmiaMlonui' of UunAn mot Worka for
llceiiue to prospect  for Coal and iViroiouio
oviii the ron.nvii.rj deaortlicil land Minnie In
the DUtrlct uf South t.iisi Kooteimy:
Dick Mel tn iin'v. wlui has beeu
j visiting llio i;irt'iist   lor several
\vim'U>    iv t ii ni I'll    lo   I ■ t'ahbrook i y„„ w{|| \\Ui\ ,,UI. in.|,.UH um I'ltantuiuhle i   Commencing ltWelialn» north und no ehuink j
Vl'ondllV. wusiofti poht plumed I1I.1W ehulns west uf thei
I iim.h CanuArl    it   . .1,1 '• fi'iisi-iiit' uf thi* north fork of Michel i reck by
n   . ,   ...     ,      Lunch Served Hot .,!• Coi.i       „,,„ „.- ,i... „,„„.„,. „.„,u.i,.,-i.,. „. ,.„. .»».
I ll os   liivin.   wlin .-lias   iieen At Any Hour        ar™n.iheii«i«iuili«Ocli»liiii.tb««mnui so
Uilfillir ill III.'.-nasi cities for Hie ^  ^  '   p|,i(.n otailiu. U.en.-u ooi-Ui bD ulmlns, tlience »».i «,.
iiil>l    two    w.'.'lis,    returned    to ',-„. '...„, ..,, ctalm 10 Ihe plara of b««lnnln»
branbrooli Tuesday. ' ' ' '""" "">'" "t"'""""" '■"•■
 ■ ,R   N. FINCH & CO.
IV, Iv llrown, A.  C.  Lpchea,
T. I''. Dawson and .1,  Dainer, all
       5
:| § Tues.. wed.. PeDruaru 20,211
GRADESofTEA
Kilwiu-J lllwell |,er
r. M  fcidwurtlR, lj,ctu
NOTICE.
of  Vaneouvei'i   were i'ej;islered | Phone 182,  Opposite Post Office    sotie.u HerebyKjva.n n... i win »vn.
I nl llie Craubrooli Tuesday. — - —
  StOrk   aallOtf.tit.llH.
We will  lie  pleased to   bave!  Kumiahwi i.y  u..aia .. i-.i«.-ii. uroko
you investigate wlieu in tiee.l  of rr wk. n.c.
R
ulilicr Ik'ltinj;, Leather
HeltiiiR; Luluinitors, In
|.-t tors, Slciini Wliistlfs,
safely \ alves, i ilolieniul othi i
\ alves, i .reuse and (>il (.'up-<.
Iron I 'i| n's. Pipe I'it tings to 6
im li, Iron i .ai'. I ilobe antl
\ii,^i. \'alves up tt. 4 int'li,
Slicpt. Spiral antl Wnl Pad.
ill),'.      I lor s S.m  Ti-ctll,   I -III.
riciiting Oils. Cup-Grense.
tJtilts to in int'li, lliu Iron
VVaslitrs. Thri'iitli-tl N'uls.
RsiMiit Melals.     Pipi   Tools.
b'any  Sheet  Metal  Work.     Pat
! mor.' Hros.
There bus been nineteen new
subscribers auu.iie tiie visitors
ui Tiik I'ltt.si'Kt'Ti.ii oflico this
week,
b;
ibe Chief foniuiiaai.m.-i ol l.uttdM and Wt.iis
loi a lluenue to prOH|ieol for C'oul nmi I'mioietiu,
oyer Uu- [oil,,wiiiK .lea.-ribt-il Ittlldl aitu.tu ill
tin- IJltdt'ln.ot soutlt Kttai Kootenay:
i-.'iuii.t-iii-ilitt *K1 t-liitiiis north and Atl rhnlua
ttaal ul a |„..si planlrd 1...IWI uliallta weal of the
,'i'„asitia„iih triUforkof Ml.-l.ni .-reel, by
one t.f the nortliurii boundttrlos of I,ni ..MM,,
Grimp I them-e nortb HO cbeins, thence we.l hi
,-l.aitia. llieli.i- south 80 ulitttl.a. llUJIue e.at SO
CbulUH If. lilt- olttl.U i.i lnJHillllitlK
l,.citied tlii. tail, dity ol Det-einbflr, ivof.
John CholUilcb i.e.
iH I'. M. K.ltvai-.la. A^.t.l
si. Ullguno 	
Cni.ailliin Uold l.'l.l.la
VVasi.-rn nil nml t'tml.
Ii.tt-i'ii.iljt,u;il t't.itl /, t'„k
Sullivan	
North Stnr
lt:init,l,.'i'i.'iiill„.,i
.Mnn.iul Wilt'li-.a tl'ilM.l.lij.llI        f    .
Iliituiflll'l Villa<'<>>.
Simla I I Mil
Al Mutz, manager of the Port
Steele Browing Co. of Pernie,
was in llio city Tuesday, Mr.
Mul/. and Prank Cinpp inspected
tbe Crnnbroolt   Hrewory (luring I —	
the aftei'lHion, j ||1  t.llfi SUPCeillR  GOIII't Oi   Bl'iti&ll!   Cotuuieiit'liiK tuo cltHlna nortli um iKiuliitlns
Goiniiiiiiii. Fort Steele Reotetru  '"""''"""""'"' "'"'"""'" ">M'"""
Sales.
Nortli Slur Iin.i.     Weslt-ril Oil ami t'ual'lutm.
.1 Ktiaonu Mai,
NOTICE.
Solloe la hereby glvttli lhat l will i.|.i.ly lo
tbe Chiel G'ominlaatolier ol Landa and Works
f<» a llt-enau to oroapuui for Coal ami retro-
leum over the [.illowliig tlosrrlliod lauda situate In Uu- Ulstrlel olSotttll Kaal Ivuotun;,..:
'I'll.. Club UestllUI'Ulll   is   again       u,""""""• l""",w n"""BI"       uroaaluiioflhonorlblorli ..t MIol.nl ,:trok by
open to iln- public.    Home ,-,iok IN l'1,"1"TK-  ' '";■ ««« " bou..a»n™ of 1.01 m
1      .              I        .         .       1    .         '   Solleu Is hereby given Hint on tin,title .lay ol tlroiii. I. Ihalian nortb 80 elinlna, theueo naaiatl
Dig, home made bread ivntl pies a    ul.y m „ „.,ls ,„.,,,.„,, ,,v ,,  ,,   „.„„„„   ehnlb», thonee aoulli no chalna, t iceweai so
s|M.(*i;il1.v.      1 .inn'II"1 s    ;il     short  i:s<|.. ha-iii .in.ii...-„i in,- salti funrt, iliiii .linn,., ehiiiin. to the iilaeeol imgliiiiluii.
Ol'der,     l.iiiiil..'i   iluclc,   prospoc-   rVrgnsnn .innatrong. oiilelni Adminlairaior     i itedihls uth day ot Uooouibor, IM,
tors, miners and millionaires nil  '"'"'»' i""1' ' '' " "' l(" ""' '» """''','",'.»"'' '"'""
,,.   .     ,,     ,             ,                       ,>ln,l,-,l aiiliiu il„- l-il, -.-it. nt I |.lairi.-.s„l l-Vi'iiia.     M                             0. M, Kilwartli. Agenl
:'! ;l»'1 l"l>    ieslltlll'lint,  I cranhrook    I Ism ■ ,„ , „,	
Patmore   Urns,   tinners    and aingumi u.onait  .u,'i i i>w r Kin-1
ollimbers. [ month. lniiil..-riniin. i aa I tu. NOTICE.
J   livci'v i'r,..lltiit',ii other nursou litivlng any     Tttltel.olltie tlml lltlfty days alter dale l III
_. ■ .  a.      a . .          J. aa. * nl„l  ur   I .1   In   llu,  ,llu......... I .<     I.-1 >al   tO  ;. |i,.,V   10   ill,'   Cllll'l   I'..IllllliasiOll,,,' „l
GOOCl   tlimffS tOO   nUmei'OUS   tO     S m,A   Page or  Wardner, ;i"Lw"o"™i.iZ™»crti"" 'divd u,™,,n[ ia.n.i.»»dWor  ,„-„„is.i,„, ... .a, .nd
^^ D Idaho, and A. .1    Devlin, a pi'OI lore ili» m day of May ,...x,   by rnglatP, nrry away tlmbor froin  the  following da-
IllPIlt milling UlttU  Of   llie   Cooill'  'oiler.n.lilri's iiiiliiui signed  a
mention. ,r ai » « wro i
New Vorli
mul win.  ur..   largely   illtoi'ested   iieltl by blni I eaal nmt inlle to iilaoo ol beginning
in lb.- l-'liillii'litl.   wore   ill   Cl'llll-     A'tjrtlii' .aid mat day ol May. Ilkal, the Ad-     Hated Nov. aillli, I8f».
.   ,     ,   ,,.        I,,..' I luliiialralin will |ini(-,-i-,l .villi llie illHiill.ulioii i   .,;! A.
s.ilii.'.i landa III Sottlli Ku.t IContonay:
... I ...l'li.-s .tn.l tl..1 full linrlii-iiliii, ol   Ills |    I'tnnuit'iK'liig ut til,'tiiii'titwi-st I'uriieriil K. rl.
>°       '.'"   '" li'luii - iiiiiiTsi.   i ji aitiiKni i bla  Harvey's liconoo, ihaiieu aoutb ono milo, tliant'e
mining   business, i. ntu.t n..n ,1..- i„t,«i-u of tlm HiH-u.-lty (it any) I wusi one mllu, tlionoo north tun- mil.-, thonee
There are all kinds, tin- ARISTOCRAT and
the PLEBIAN, the DELICATE HIGH
FLAVORED PEKOL and the BIG COARSE
CONGOU. ludiciall) blended these two
make a popular tea with the PEOPLE and a
profitable tea lor the MERCHANT but the
CONNOISSEUR knows that only the DELICATE BUT DEPENDABLE PEKOE will
hold its own, We have this week received a
shipment of BROKEN ORANGE PEKOES
direct from CEYLON and packed. ;is every
locket will show, For G.T.R. CRANBROOK
No  middleman  nets  .1   profit   in   this   deal.
5 lb. Caddies $2.00
50 lb. Caddies $17.50
If you will call in we will brew you a
cup of this new leu, give you comfortable chair to sit in, ami a biscuit to
nibble.
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY,
i i
I
■
J. D. McBRIDE
Gto. R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
A Nil
CONTRACTORS
a STEWARTS a
'I'll,- [..'inline Stun
-OKFKCT
NOTICE.
1
Pill
SjpPI llu .'ili'iH
Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
n. li'trnwltik, l.umui
■I tiie MlUtP tin vim; i'('i.'Hi-'l UMliOMM-liiliiisoiiiv I
I which hi'slmll hiiw liml iialliw.
Iinti'ii in Cniiilii'ooh lliin .Tih ilny ol .hiiitiiiiy !
inhv 'I'hUu milieu tlml llilrty tUys uflor iinu- l In
.1   l'\ AlliMHTItUNll, i,-ml to ii|)pl>   lo LllR Chief ColillulHuIoilOt' of
'Htii'inl A-linhilMntliH.       |,:itnl^ nml nml   Works  lur   priiulsslou  to mil
, „ii\ ilhu) Uinliarfrom tin- followln** <tn
,    l-'lHIT   vrKKi.K    -VSHKSHMKXT      wriliiul Umln In Houlh Kiihi Koi.tonny:
hfSTUICT l'"1" iifliiBitLii (lout |)liitituil in ihf intiir-
stTlluiinf tint Wotiiiirn ho lurj oi Loi flOlIB
I    NiiUiT i- tii'i'cli\ L'ivi'ii, ii rnnliii   Htl(| luinhni'ii iniinulary ol l.ni  Witt, iliotiee
RY ' willi   lilt!    Siaiiih'-.    liml     I'l-.niii.'iiii    ihriKhiyrhiili^, llninuu wtiwlnlrflityulwlna
IIi-vm Tux nml ttHWMriliiuill liixim itml   ""■'"''■" i.!»"v "'»-i'" M..m„' hi «|K|,iy I |||
rl.iiii,.... ..I....' .if I-.-.-.J....1... a
 |"'|,■ lux. iwwwhi'iI mid liivl.'d ,,iiil,-r    ,,,,„.,, s,„,., "Mih,mm. !■!
|  |)nl(*S llu. "Anaiwllliiiil Alii" ill'., tint'lllltl pity.     .„,' ,\: II. |.'.um-|..|i, l.i,.a.i,ii      i
lllllll    ,,r   Iln-  J-nlll- I'.lllli.     ,\|| lltxila .-.,!. V
Cli.,1..- Savcl Oran'Kt'n       i.nii.i.-i..nin-i-'i.h s i,- \a-,-„„.„i noticii. h
IHkIHi'I lll'.'MIIW    llill.Vlll.li.nl III)        ,-,,,, ,„„,,.,, ,!„„ i|,lm,I,,)., all,, ,,„„..  |   |u  ; ||
Pi.lll.llKlS .lllti (lllli'lllll lh,-ll,,t,Tin I Hlli,-.'-. Until    I....I ,., upply  li. > l.l.-l [.'.iiiiiiiIh ',.fl™
1.1,mil. II.1'. I i|a mul Will-UK I". lim-llllKKltlll I., nut nu.ljljl
MalaKa   C.rnpcH Thl iVu,   ,,i   "-1*1^^^"^™; ''ll
iniviili.nl    '"   '.    i"'i'»iiiinl   'l.-n.,iii,     ,. , i„„„hl,i.liiiii „ii„-»,-..„„, 12,
ClIFm CAKPETS
GA&PETS
it
I if li Sir
nu is tin- time lo select your
new carpets while the stock
is complete in Union Wool, Tapestry, Brussels, Velvet and Ax-
minster,    All shades and patterns
' '        I        I-,,,, ■ n, !||l|l lit II ptlKl Mu "1. llllll.. Wl.alOI'll '(|L,
'  ~~~ t.,\  pull nil piM'KiiliK lliilil.' tiu'iiiM-..   |h,,i,iniii|.j ,,f i,oi miiiit. .i ll.- in.in. ... Loi I y
III I iii I'l'inilii Ii. I'., e,, HiIh l'IhIi ...a, ii.n.ii-,-iim-iii 1'im.iv .-i.iiiiia  iiinii.. wm  m
I-Iiigh Stewart   ««* -<■ •■>■■ '««■ '*« ■^ ""■'"■ '""" *""■ i
t From 40c. to $2.00 Per Yard
I
l Also Complete Range of Rugs
REID St CO.
Aiiiihtroiiu, flvc,
A, i'. XHI.HON,
III      .■llllll. ^ . —     m, _   _ —.y.r
eum I'litlit.v i-iiiilna 111        ~   ^ ^ ~ "    '  lil
Itepn-j A..«»»„|. ,.„d I !oll,el...     li""" '"""' """Ti ZwIuH, L«,»tol    i   »»S*il»IMiWl*^^

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