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JAN 20 I9O0       J
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CRANJziROOK, B.C., WEDNBS1JAY, JANUARY I.l, WOS.
No.  8.
GENUI
CITIZENS   TICKET
Government For the People By the  People—No Element
Rule   For   Cranbrook.
KLBOTION RUMBLES.
Read and Digest Municipal   Mutters
From n Citizens Standpoint.
The Herald *nyx that J. D. McBride is one of the hest husiness men
in Bust Kootenny. But owing to
the fact thnt he is supported hy nn
undesirable element he cannot be
elected. Is this consistent? One
of the best business men in the country to be defeated at the polls because he is supported by an element
not in accord with the policy 'of the
Herald.
If The Prospector should so far
forget itself as to make the statement that J. 1). McBride, or J. P.
Fink were being supported by an undesirable clement, it could only
clear its conscience by getting gloriously full of "Rye" the following
day ami advise its supposed friends
to avoid "the element."
Here's u bit of advice for those
who are always giving advice; Don't
say that good and respectable citizens are nil undesirable element.
"Dad" Yes iftiy son. "Is a thousand feet of gas much?" it nil depends my boy, on the size of tbe
man, and how much he holds, you
had better ask the Herald man.
Some men are worthless: and
others, principally dog tax men are
not worth that much.
Mr. Voter! Are you a member of
the Heralds undesirable element?
Cast your ballot for J. 1). McBride
for Mayor of Cranbrook.
Our Baker Street contemporary's
ill advised attempt to belittle the
citizens who are supporting J. I).
McBride was most unfortunate and
will surely defeat the party that the
Herald is supporting.
There is something sardonic and
sarcastic about the utterances made
by the Herald when it referred to
undesirable element in Cranhrook.
FOR SERVICES   RENDERED.
Who made James Dunsmuir premier of British Columbia? He was
made premier by Lieutenant Governor Mclnnes, on the advice of Joseph
Martin, who was defeated in the general election in 1900, and who preferred to see Dunsmuir premier to
either D. M. Eberts or J. H. Turner
botli of whom wanted lightning to
strike them. Although supported by
a majority of the legislative assembly for three sessions -none too loyally by some Dunsmuir resigned the
premiership, and the position was
given to Colonel Prior, who went
out of otlice in 1903 on n "fluke"
over furnishing supplies for a bridge
that was being built across Praser
river, known as the "Chimney Creek'
bridge. The men who are in office
today in this province . are in office
because of that "fluke", and they
maintain in office tlie engineer who
engineered the "fluke." When in
office as premier, Dunsmuir snid he
was a Conservative. No more was
heard of Dunsmuir as a political factor until 1906, William Templeman
had become the holder of a portfolio
in the Dominion government, aud
had to get a   seat,   in   the    house of
commons,    George Riley,   who rep
resented Victoria, resinned his seat
and was made a senator. This gave
Templeman the opening; but he
could not stand defeat, for that
would put un end to his political
career. Deals were made by which
he got the Dunsmuir Conservative
support, and he easily defeated his
opponent. Why was .lames Duns
muir, made lieutenant governor of
British Columbia? Was it because
of his being a life-long Liberal? or
was it because of -services rendered
the Liberal party when he was pre
mler? or was it because he suppor
ted William Templeman in Victoria
when that gentleman ran as a member of the Laurier government?
Dunsmuir's tirst act as premier was
to ask for tlie official head of the
lioutcnnnt-nuvernor who had signally
honored him by making him his advisor. It is true, he did not do
that act of bis own accord. He was
urged to do it by Richard McBride
and Robert Francis Green and other
eminent Conservatives and he consented. The man whose official
head he helped cut off was a Liberal
Would It be history repeating itself,
or would it be political retribution,
were William Templeman forced to
ask his chief for Dunsmuir's official
head, because of his (Dunsmuir's) insane desire to pile up more millions
through the employment in his .coal
milieu of interdicted Japanese coolies
Politics is a (jueer game because it
is sometime played hy qucor playerH
REWARDING  THE    FAITHFUL.
A return brought down by Sir
Wilfrid Laurier nt the. request of Mr.
Houghton, of Lennox, shows that
since July 18% fourteen members
the House of Commons have been ap
pointed to the Senate. The present
government has also appointed
thirty members of parliament to
offices     of   emoluments     under    the
crown of   whom nineteen   were given!    Choice Mince-meat at  P.    Burns ji
places on    the   bench.       Twenty-live Co.
ex  members of parliament have been J 	
appointed to    offices by the   govern- ;    BORN at  Fort Steele,  to -.Mr. and
ment,   nnd     six   members,   four   of  Mrs. Joe. Walsh:    Twin boys,
whom became governors of provinces
and two appointed to the bench
During the same period twenty-live
ex-members of the lower house were
appointed to the Senate.
It is strange, passing strange, that
in making all these appointments
that Sir Wilfrid should have over
looked his worthy friend, "Tbe Old
Man of the Herald." It is possible
that Sir Wilfrid is capable of recognizing the difference between true
worth, and cheap "Hot Air" notoriety.
PEOPLE YOi: MAY KNOW.
Visitors    Here     and    There.—People
Who   Come to   Oranbrook and
Those   Who Go Away.
Miss May Phillips of Spokane was
a ('ranbrook  visitor this week.
J. G. McCallum was at Fernie
Saturday   last  on  business.
V. A. Pierson of Calgary was in
the  city  Monday.
Chief of Provincial Police, J. D.
McMullen of Fernie was at Cranbrook  tins  week   oa  official   business.
P. T. Richardson of Fort Steele
was transacting business at ('ranbrook Saturday  last.
H. Nelson and H. Epstein of Vancouver were registered at the Cranbrook   Manday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ryan of Spokane were Cranbrook visitor Sunday last.
Don't forget that this is the time
when you should call in and pay
your subscription to The Prospector.
Mrs. F. McMahon of Los Angeles,
who has been visiting her mother
Mrs. Soper at Kimberley, was at
Cranbrook   Sunday last.
Wm. McPhail of Calgary, F. W.
Adolph of Paynes Lake, and A. J.
Small of Calgary spent Sunday last
in Cranbrook.
If Cranbrook city is good enough
to live in, good enough to make
your money in, it is good enough to
spend your money in.
The "Pink tins" will certainly
have a rousing time this week. The
smile on many faces, like the slot
machines, may be turned to the wnll
The Herald is now busily engaged
in shooting off "hot air" re municipal matters Why not take a ba-
loon.
James Finlay, manager of the Sullivan mines was at Spokane this
week attending the regular monthly
meeting of the directors, which was
held in that city Thursday.
There has been but little cold
weather experienced this winter in
the Cranhrook district. The coM
and woodman seem to have been hit
where, the chicken got the axe. This
may account for the break in the
wood combine,
Rov. It. Hughes visited Marys
ville last week and conducted services in tlie school house.
A compromise has   happily    heen
effected  at   Moyie and  the    men    are
now nil  working in the St.  Kugene
mine.
Dr. Coffin of Moyie, J. S. Gusty
of Fernie, R. It. Gamble of Crows
Nest were registered at the Cranbrook Monday.
The young ladies will soon be preparing for their Basket ball match
whicli will be played iu the near future.
The Gym boys are arranging for a
display and concert for next month,
and a good program is promised;
among other things a Nigger troup
is being considered.
Heinz Brand of Mince-meat, One of
the 67 varieties, at P. Burns & Co.
Biting criticism of many officials,
people and institutions of Cran
brook was included last Sunday in
sermons delivered at tlie Baptist,
Presbyterian   and     Methodist  church-
Why don't the Herald get out and
explain to the citizens what a closed
town is? Nobody is talking about
a dosed town but the Old Man.
The hand that rocks the cradle
rules the world. All mothers who
huve a vote Thursday will vote for
a clean towu for the sake of the
baby in the cradle. There is no
combine on earth lhat can beat the
mothers at the polls. They love
their children too well.
A Sunday School convention is to
be held in the city on January 30th.
Delegates from the district between
Wardner and Creston are beinK Invited, and Mr. Stewart Muirhead the
secretary of the International Association will be present and tfive an
address.
A man named Harris arrived in
Cranbrook about a mouth ago. He
talked automobile Garage, repairing of bubble wagons, ami trips
from the Atlantic to the Pacific in
the benzine buggies. He is now
wanted. He skipped the town be
l.ween two suns leaving a consider
able  number  of  unpaid   accounts.
Vote for J. D. McBRIDE 1
and a business administra-1
ill     HllISi'
Blip
loel   Hi.
in;.' Iiii'
Put Credit
1
tion, Mark your ballot thus: 1
For Mayor
FINK, JACOB PIUS,
-
For Mayor
McBRIDE, JAMES DUNCAN,
sjj                                   Foi Aldermen
|   BAKER, Valentine Hyde,
FLOWERS, William James,
_|_|
GILL, Thomas Sutherland,
HENDERSON, James Brown,
1
HICKENBOTHAM, Harold,
— 1
HUNT, Phineas Devere,
JACKSON, Joseph,
■	
JOHNSON, George William,
KENNEDY, John J.,
X    3
McCOWAN, Andrew,
x  1
|   RYAN, James,
I
J   WARDMAN, Thomas,                         !      X      1
'I'iii' tl I'm Id iiiiiii in its
issi I   Wednesday  sil.y
inun Ims worked liiii-i!,.i' i
nlii'iil ihis state of  ullni
tl litnr nl' the Herald "   This kind
ive heliove  is the only correct    Tl>
statement made in that  'ismic i "   ""
WHO'LL in: MAYOR Fun Inns
The Municipal Contest. Citizen..
Demand The Best Possible Government That Is J. Ii McBride,
And Tin; Aldermen Nominated (in
'I'lu' Cltlzons Tloket
Tl lunicipul contest Is   growing
decidedly  warm, and    the candidates
nominated    on   U itizens   Ticket
monopolize   must ol   the   attention.
Tl lltor   "I the Herald   Is putting
hii ji   vigorous, but   untrutliliil cam
pi'i'iiil
'    Nn
.   "~ Ipaign for those who are not tn sym
,;:t" pnthy    with   mornl   reforms   oi  any
" citizens ol Cranbrook whn do
certain   reforms,    and    u   clean
the lli'i'iild.    Nu in;
Inls   wmi*
municipal   government,  are  must
, tlve and aggressive, and are putting
nl liuilii'i' Inr n wider open town, up n light that is sun. to place the
I'm'the continuing of gambling, majority if not the mure ticket at
iisiilost moral reforms and evory tlle l"':"1 "' tho "st "" election bay.
Ibing else that was pul   forward    ,. „ Me™}   "^"according to
'nr    "ie    hellei il     nl     this the Herald 1b ono   of the best   busi
municipality Ihe editor of the ness men in Kust Kootenay, a man
Herald "' ability and integrity,   hus at the
rcnuest  of over one hundred citizens
„,,        „    _      , Ms a candidate for   i\liiyc>r.    Mr. Mc-
Wtiert' He Stands Bride is well known   throughout tbe
  city,  nnil  liis   chances   for    winning
-mi     ii  .   , i      -, ....     it'1'* election are exceedingly bright,
, llie Hero i its oxtr Ihi.hi! P0R   aldbrmbn
nl   I ui'siliiy   says:    "Via  do   noi      Ex-Alderman,  Andrew   McCowan Is
deny that the  "Any Old Thing" i."-''1'11 '"   .'.'»'   "eld   tor   aldermanic
ticket luiia sunn' liinil miii
nml lias some good measiir
ci'iUi'il up Its sleeve."
A pertinent remark wns heard
H iher dny when  friends fell
oul ll wus ihis "Now yuu
know why the Gamblers would
nul support your nomination for
nen." Prom ihis remark
lie easilv  nndei sl
liiiin.
ll.-
Hi
il.ii'
;    '" .»■     ."■ bus served one year In
• the council with great ability, nnd
is sine tu receive a renewal of tbe
confidence of the electors, and enn
he depended upon to serve tile pen
plo fnitbfully and well,
lliiiold Hickenbotham Is also 11
candidate for Alderman. Mr. Hick-
cnbothnm has done good work during the pnst year, has attended
every meet ini; ,,! the council during
|tlmt lime; having luul considerable
who experience, is sound on the question
lhe Herald is supporting and ol public ownership nf public mill
who is behind tlie Herald in  the f!08' '""' "   progressive  ndmlnlstrii
 "M* ■ Ts.   am,   who
in his  mind,   by  day  and  In
iii-iii the Herald is troubled by a
giim spectre,    "ii xii uf ihe
(iiimblor, lhe Pimp huh iho Slol
machine."
in
the
Mineral Produotion.
council nf 1907 with great credit, is
also in tlie Held. Mr (lill has many
qualities t., commend htm to the
people, and hns   ovcry   chance nl be
Ing   elected
•luiin  .1    Kennedy,
the municipal    line.
llie   mosl
People arc wont to think that jus
tice i.s slow in   Cranhrook. and they
have reason.     It is more than likely
I that   someone will   get   justice     In
J. D. McBride is   one of the   best. I1.1?"1? tomorrow and it won't  bo the
citizens ni Crnnbrook who are stand
business men  in  East Kootenny,  but   .
be cannot be elected for Mayor Him
inii' un for the best   Interests of tbi:
TWO  GREAT  VALLEYS.
what we shull see nn tbo Ifith.
Choice Mincemeat  nt   P,    Hums &
ply for the   fact   that   he   is   being l'l,y
bucked by an clement    that the peo- i
pie of this town   will not   stand for. j
So says tbe Cranbrook Herald.     Wo     ., ,. '""'"" ™       ,,„   .
wonder if the Herald considers the During the pnst year Tbe Pros-
bundred or more citizens that signed Pect?r haf P«f ctyd that the next
Mr. McBridM petition as a very un- £reat ™* for landB would be n tha
desirable element.      Well  we shall see     PP°r  < olumbla  and    Kootenay   val-
leys.
'•   To every visitor   who   bus passed
through these valleys,, the enormous
amount of rich   Innd lying ready for
I the rancher and   fruit   grower   is a
, revelation.      Already   large  orchards
Bllgiuoer T.   S.  (Jill    was serio.isly of the finest apples, plums, cherries,
injured  Monday  by  being caught be   strawberries   and other    Units   have
tweeii two cars. at. Sirdar.     He will been    produced    with    the     greatest
,    |.     ,. ,.,,,.    .     . .,  ,     ,,  ilie confined  to his    home for    about  success.
k % s™~ €S£    - mm ssrus
lias shown tlml. ho is not Booking the      Ahlormanlc Camlldato   .Andrew Mc-	
Office iif  Muyor,   but.  to the contrary   (•„„„  |0ft  ,,„   Wednesday  for  Wllllll   I TWn   nrn   EVENTS
"I »''" Is soeklng him, ,)0B „„ business.     Ho takes this op I '       "_
I poi'tllllitv   of   thankldg    the   rate   pay   I     T,.,.   n«>nnf«   nf   mnrn     limn   nnssinu
The   liooplo   .if   Ornnbrook  would , „•„ (,„■ thoir conudonce in tho   paat, L ,'"' ,?„„   ,,-       „„, -  1V  '
"\" <" ""'"'<• til liter of the llei-   H„,l 1(   elected     to   tl, unci on 1   ..,."'  iwnlittl     Jr      i     Is cull
nld tin.! "there is no McBrldo tlokol   Thursday,  will  serve them falthfullvI_..T!!! ^V^L*""1.™*": .!:,...!
in  llle lield.'      It  is a citizens ticket   in Hie future.
heiiileil wilh tlio name of   ,1. 11.  Mc- . 	
Hride for Mayor of Ornnbrook. I
 „ I       Advertise in the Prospector.
Spoaklng   for   Mr.     Mcllride,    fori 	
Mayor,  we want  the Herald to show
tlie citizens   of    Oranbrook n more
successful business man. a man with I ,
more Integrity or ability to conduct!    u lh'' regular   minimi   mooting p
the business affairs of this city than   l,"-v''1 Orange   Lodge No 1871.   hold
the man   who   has been   selected hy   '" Mighton's  Hall on Saturday Dec.   njclltor "I  Prospector
over nne hundred   citizens, an undo-   m"-   tho   following    ollicers   wen
sinihle element uncording to the old   elected for the year I90K.
.lames    1*.  Larrigun W.M
Malcolm MclSnchorn  II.  M.
John  Mcl.acliliin   Roc.QSoi
■lames   I,uun   Pin. Sei
Wm.     Walsh   Chnplnli
Thomns   Boyter  D. of C
Hiiiniiel    Joyce 1st   Lecturer
.!.  I".    Wallace 2nd    Lecturer
0OMMITTI5BMUN,
1st, U.  A,  Primer.
2nd. (ieo.  Paniiiliiirsiin.
3rd. Cl. Olbaon,
Hii, Thus. Dempster,
th.  A. Rut ledge.
A hearty vote of thanks wiis ton
doroil to Thos, Boytor, tho rctlrlni
Worshipful Master.
rve thom faithfully10() ,„ „„.,,,  tol. ,iie dispatch of
' ness mi January Hi.
The Oranbrook mtiniclpul oloctinns
also take place on Janunry 111. II
is expected that all c,"..d cltlzons
will vote the "Citizens Ticket" and
vote it straight Irom tup tn iml imu
ISLROTION  DP   OFFICERS
The municipal oleetion whicli takes
place tomorrow will give the good
citizens of Oranbrook an opportuni
ty to help the civic betterment of
UiIr city, This is the crisis, and II
the citizens win out, we can Hay
that this crisis of a new und grow
Ing community has nut. boon gone
through in vain.
, Reforms in t-liia city havo always
come with illtllcult.y. Reforms hore
hnve always been spasmodic and
iilmiiritial because the people that,
wisli thorn, the So-called "good"
citizenship of Oranbrook have never
been In close touch with tho city
administration.
HISRE'S    ANOTHER
According to the Herald there are
sontotltlnti     hi"'   two     hundred   or
inure     uf    all      undesirable      elcnienl
hiicliiiig up .I li. McBride dn- Mayor
The municipal olection may bIiow
tlm! spollbindors, gerrymanders and
iituftors of voting llsls "dont" own,
or run this city, And mure than
this, tho resull will opon tho oyos of
Hie rale payors ol Cranbrook to tho
past mid presenl situation in many
respect.     It   will   also   provo   tlml
curtain men liuve "an awful  I I to
carry" in the Herald combine
An ITndcslrnhlo
I'llMMI-NK'ATIOII.
To The  lien.I.l.
The truth    is,  yuu   kno
Wo   in
opinions
ut   responsible   Io
correspondents.
i-liii
a new Ince in
Ur is   one ot
slnl citizens  uf ('ran
brook      He has   abilities   which en
.title Imu    t„   serve tho   city   in the
'capacity  of aldermau
.' Idtlll   mineral   liroclnclioiii   Thomus    Wardman,  Is n  candidate
diiisii  Columblu   lor    1007. ''"eked up by a following   second to
eiiii'-' in iiiiiiiiiiriixin.iil -ii- !"""' '",,1'11.'   '•'"'''    '"<   Aldermanic
.l^/lrrrr: r ?"i«ira"^w'"^
upporting   Mr. J.   ogist, \\   Mloot Kiihcrtsoii, shows invaluable  on   tho  aldermanic   board
How   longlun incTOflsiMif over till' innrli'is :"ls    views of   municipal   affairs are
million dollars over  ihm  of.    .   ' ,   ,.
'.    This showing is   ""•■!< I-     '•   F1?!"™ .'«   offering   his ser
citizens   wil
I).  McBride for Mayor
since,   and by whom,   are Influential | q
and   successful   husiness   men
of   properly,    decent,    quiet,    ii'i"'
rk
uniii.
W   .1    Flowers
.    cos   to       tlie     electors   with      . "el v
saving penple,    boon    considered    nhl'tble wIipii II is roilionilinrpd   thnt chance of succoss   nnd the   voters of
uudosirnble   element     in   any   city,   liouudury mines were shul down Cranbrook will doubtless send htm to
large or small, in llritish Columbia,   ft,,. nonrlV n  niuirlPl'  of   'i   vpur ''"'"  l,is   associates    In    tho   council
In my   opinion,   the   editor,   who...., „,;,     .' .     '    •', „' chamber.
aid dare to call such people "uii   '»"""»"!'- nl   one  tune,   while
lu tin
iln
to call such  people "an
desirable" is a pronounced   prevarl-  I
cator, ;i man who   is the  tool of an  doluy.s iVniu Iheshortnjfeof eol'o
olement thnt   dure nut   face an elec       . ,,'■    ..       ■-.,„ ,, ,
tion, ur the people, under   anv enn "    ""     '" •" ' •""     |Hinc(S  Ol
dttions, except by a   stuffed   voting eop])er produced ovei' ::-••. I.UOli
list with nnnies of  men   whose s de pounds cuiiip from llu- Houndury .,   .   , -   , ,,    ,
qualification   isa   dog  t„x   licence,! ,,,'inps. uhonl .I,lUlO.OOii from  lhe  nti m        Alermen   MeCowtni
nnn Hifkenbothamudvoeated iIih
Whn Kotiretl Slot Machines
Al iliuni>i every Council meet
In'lil in Cranbrook riuiiuethe
in a conspicuous   place   since   many
have uu dog to wear tbe city tag.
Rnte Payer.
Pint Till': OOOD ()P CRANBROOK.
"   i-l  uiul   .".
The lului pn
llii'lallil'i'i'iius un
S17.N78,
if Mi.i Machines Irom
bei
n    miniiriiv
which they should be forced to wear   .     - |m   f ,,
ii "iu     liuai       I'VrlllNli i||
Crunbrook,
"   of   the nothing wusdone,
l"°" w;'s     ti was up to James Pinlay who
l>     I'Mliipill'i'l       Wth,..,,    ». I,.,;,.,,, ■   ,i r> i        ■
This will ,„• a   strenuous   week i„ •-1'... ti.2.7* >2  in   l!ll).l,      Ror   this  M'..;"';   , „;.':'.  M'-T'  °
Cranbrook.      The     Prospector   has  rulllmr off, nwlnn  lo  Iho  onuses   ,'   ' u0™™"S'""fn ,r.efasei
lined up with   the citizens of   !'n„,   ,„„.,,, „,(„,,   |h„ „.,,„.„  , ■•-"    ' !'.»' '7'>"';y   Mcencen
brook on   tho side   of good   mtinicl , . .        .  unless  tin-  slot   machines  were
iml  govornmonl   and the enforcement ,      'j'*"1" u"' I"1""'1'"""  "'   ('onl   pill nut of business
ol ilie statutes,  municipal   and pru   and coke and the advanced pricen     ,..,
vincial.    And wo ask ail  guud oiti   ri I'i'ivi'ii for the latter more than   ,   nBSOttle me municipal officers
zens iu cunsi.ier well   the  merits uf i,., Ml.„,„...,t,,,|      -pj,,, toia]   .,,.,,   'hai ai'e reasonable for tbe exit
tho candidates for municipal honors,   .      ■       ,-     ', ,    ,     ,    '..    ',     of slnl   muchinps  nmi   to   whom
to consider whether n few nun shall   "  .'" "' ""ll '""l ",l"   '"'   ' "   u11 ,. ,„|lt |s ,ill(,
over-rldo tho   majority   by   placing   vciir just I'lidpd is pstinmled  by
names   mi   ihe   voting   list    which  Mr  Robertson :il  (",S(Hi,lU0,  ns      '' redn of causing the oxit
should imi nppoar there     And again  , mred wilh«."i,ri4h,!M.| in IIHIII !"' I"1"!'* and lln  horn   -famblors
Rrom ull sourcos the mineral !j;('m Crunbrook  is also due to
|iioduello„rorlfi:i7.splnc v  ^ "-*'"-  l"'i>!oy.   McCowan   and
Mr  II rl.-iiii ul s-,s(.,..,S;.  us  ' ii'lo'i'l,..!!,,',,,,.      [    ||1e   p,,,,,,,,,
..I   i ranbrook   wish   to   verify
these statements  lei  them   .-x
what is Editor, Prospoctor:
1  havo heen tailing  ill  tl
liii iiiiiI around your city for Hie pusi j"
two weeks, and consider lhat it is n
■ nice    place fur a     mull     tu    live    anil
Imuke nionoy    in.     And    in    spile uf
wo nsli all law abiding citizens to
consldor carefully how they will vote
Wo ask you lu Inny iill resentments
nnd unite for the common cause and
(or the guud iiiiiii.' ol the city nl
Crnnbrook,
We therefore,   tnko grant   pleasure   '
iu presenting for your fnvnrahio con
sldorntlon Hie followinit    Usl  uf can    ,
did,ties, all guud tind well tried  a   '
and   a-.k   y.un   active   and   oarnosl   >
support, Inlluonce mul  vote for thom
nl   the  .'.'nuiii'   olection       This   is  |
Crunhriiuk's hour of necessity'
POR   MAYOR
-I    li   McBRIDE
I'nil   ALDERMEN
ANDREW McCOWAN
HAIKU,li  HlCKENIinTH \M
THOMAS WARDMAN
T    S. iiii.i,
JOHN  -I    KBNNEDY
WILLIAM  .1    PLOWISRS
Lot tlm Wniiii'ii Vntc
i.V  of   iis   men   lnnu   mn.
- of Municipal  i
'iiipur.'.l   with   sji.'.i-ii.r.Ki
Tin- average price  for  inotals
merully for Iii(l7 was uhonl the
i is iii IIKHI.
'I'liu I'oIIom ing approximate os
'iniiu i.i iiiini'i'iil produp.lmn inr
I'.i'T was ;uppured In- the prnvin
the council i ords for the
II- i Air Ariisi is m,i ciiroful in
|i* slnl n'.s .-unl i'iiiiii..i be re.
ii'd upon.
Return to Work
.•ini
I noli
n He
WIVI
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the matter in municipal affairs, but,
Hie Epworth League nl the    Meth-    y lnro nut tell Hint    tlie    men he
odlst Church   ure   having   a    Union   hind your gun,  wim are pushing yon
Social   on    Wednesduy   Jan,   22nd.,   forward an thoir spokesman, because Inlco   placo for a   mun   to   live   and I nonneed liniid in lh"  olection
when it iH lioped Hint the yuiing peo-    they dare   not und   will not lace the  muke nionoy   In.     And    in    aplto of nl)|,   |l)(,n|   Lr„vprnmenl     fhr    lhe
ale of the various   churches   will he   honest,   people    ,,f   Cranbrook    with the abovo fact,    t seo In the lost Is- ...     ' .
present and spend un onjoyablo time   their true ronsons for   opposing the sue ol II"' Cranbroolt    Horald    Hint;""""" **"<* *"<  upnsind
together. ' citizens ticket yuu lime a   number   nf   umloslrnblo I nl humnnity and Iheswneping In-
Main .,!' .,
su.-li a hellisl
ii-ll'uirs by in
have, iimi it
lum'lit.-r
li.niiiui'ii Inun
mil'    1..rill    mivi'l'll
women will vuln I
.'I'lllngisl:
Mi'iiaure
Troy ii/-
i.hianllly,
Id
11111,7711
"Hll I'lu
Lbs Avoir
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Mnyle, .Inu   Li.    Hv u vole of
I'd!   I..  H5,   lh.    m is   ,,|    ih,,
„h„-     | Moyie iiniim last nighl  voted  in
Tui.ii.i.. "'turn tn work under ihu wnge
l.iai.lWI W!l1'0 oll'i'l'l'd hy the I il  nl   nr
bilrutlon      Tl inn  Ims   ulnsuil
p   down on Rrlday Inst Iml ii is ex.
I'™-"1-1111 Iml iiiiii it will I'l'iinnn   im;	
dlalely
"i i'n.
..-■lh.sr,| |
l.-'iiii.iillin
A   TRAM,   BI.A/.KII
7S7SSS8    'i'i"'   Crnnbrook    Prospoctor    has
commenced  lis f toontli  year.    Ed
,   es um       "   '''!'"'''    "'"s  ""'    n';,ii   '''"zer   nf
'   ''    urnnllsm iu  East  Kooienay, and is
2.-KI--  deserving ..! a lnt   „f credit   fur the
■■.•'•'.^-juieni ,,| the country.   Moyie Lender. THE PROSPECTOR, CHANBROOK, lit  . -IAN. i-: 190*
ft  ft.9.4  99*9*a*a*     9   9   9   a   9   a   9   a   ♦<•♦<•   ♦
4 ft
4    PHONE UI Armstrong Avenue l'n  HOX i'3
A   Sinn    ol    What
Vou   Want
I'robuhly you
are needing
Wall Paper
for stuiiu room in your
hnuse. 1 i su ynn wnnl to
hulls.' tlie pattern yourself, an.! you wn 111 the
newest und must fashionable design  iluu  you eau get.    Here you will Und a
variety of new patterns lo cl sn   from.     I'uii'i   de
si"iis iiiiiI others rather more I
KS'l'AIU.IsHKII    ia*.
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDtTOR,
istereil Inr all and nut
community.
$«$$$***$$$*$*S*#$$$**$$$*«      Professional.
We believe thai every law abiding   ft
house holder, rale payer and ritiaen
should     take    .-,   most   activa   and
I aggressive pun  m munHpil alTnirs,
m
Ms
®lte iiroepejctov.
s.\ ri'lili.w. .IAN. 18. I«es.
thin" prom
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9
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9
ft: a ft: a ♦.» *:9.*;9 ft 4 9
id. if vnu  wish
B.H. SHORT
First Class Paper Hangers First Class Painters
and are [»n pared •■  do w     i murk
Ai  tlie time i'i an   olection it  is a
Kood principle to    work upon, via:
vote   tor tin'   best   men.      Tickets, I
platforms,  schemes,    party ism.  relig-1
lous opinions, or the faet ol being a
jolly good fellow should in    no    way!
<►   bins tin'    vote   ol .1   thinking    man.'
The men    who should rule,    whether
in  Dominion   or    Provincial    parlia ,
*   ments,    or    in     municipal    councils
hould be men with    whom   the wet
are ol the   citiaens and    their   chll
dren may safely  be entrusted,      Any j
man who does biN    best  to   muke it ;
hard to do wrong, aad easier t>> do
<■       rhl     . to the council chaa. !
ft       i   bet 111 ie   he   wants   to   help bin
'   ■!   than    best    them, de
*>     erven 1 n      ite nnd confidence ol the
ft   electors,      tnd    there   are   raanj   ol
:'  men hi Crunbrook
♦ o ♦  ->  ♦  o ♦ ....
tti    exchttni •■     in    referring   to
ntei porai j     -.!>:- Thus,     the
b ack tie Issuing from his thro il   be
rang in his hand, and,
.1
Suy! Vmi undesirable element, are
you responsible fin stuffing the municipal election list? or is it the
other fellows.
Let a Uttle cheerful confidence,
nut kicking, be youi plan to place
municipal affairs on n moral basis
I guit your talk of a closed town
and coming panic, put on your oth
er spectacles and help Botting to
righl municipal affairs In beautiful
Cranbrook,
tflison Theatre
li'l-un-l-ly   Wl'lltWIU'lll  llllll
1 UXTIXI 111 s l'l IWIHM VXl'K
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
DOORS
SHOW
OPEN   7-'ii
'TARTS ; 1:
_—aaa                 -a             —                        a                                m-\                               a -Ullli;   in  Ins  lljilul.jin.!
wood   In   Any   Quantity r ;; 'i;;
We "j-   « is intended to
PERFECTLY   DRY
E. A. Liezert
Leave Orders ot Cranlirook   Trad-
ling   Co.   or   mail    them    Cranbrook
r
nur   Bakei   Street   cuntempornr>   who
••rote iluu article on "backed up by
lirabl.   element "
«...
'VI       the    etii jjj.    eo mcil  will  re
1    -       '      ensure  [01   things that it
.    those who   stalled the
S   thi   sambler who lias
il  '   «n   ;!u'   council,
tfiee    with the re
loi   the good
mplished     by  every    lav,
•
Admission Adults 18 Centa
Children 10 Omit*
KKMKMHKN
Entire t'lmujje of ProaTiuini
•vim v Monday uiul Thursdny
CRANBROOK   LAND DISTRICT
Ilisirict ol Kootenay
T U'K notice t
"I Cranhroo
berman, intends to apply for a sp
ml timber licence oyer the lollowing
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A   (idtili TONIC tor all time
tzm   for   iimi   mutter   is  our
1
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Beef iron
P      J
and wine
•iinn
h contains ingredients that en-
UUUll
1 irli  iiu' blood mnl Imilil up tin'
system      Those who tako it at
iiii-. souson keep warmer und arc
III1   1
less liable to tnko cold,
ufintor
nil,' llti.ft.ft IKON AND WINE
n   c
is freshly inaili' and   materials
11 1 1 1IV1
used in ii un' ihe liesl obtainable
It's ;i luiiir you oan depend upon.
Begin lo tnko it ut once;   It will
T    ■
koop yon  strong   and   healthy
nmr
through the trying winter season
1 Ullll
lull Pint Bottle $1.00
Harvey, McCarter k Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOk,     •     B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook
British Columbia
"tu-e that John K\ Bridges    *
mk.  V,   C, occupation lum \ ft-
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone   74- rp^g   DmggiStS#
MAIL   Ol'UERS    A    SPECIALTY
**T^ir***^**|riJr^^*rr|^^^#*#######
■ ;■
■itiil    respecti
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
mm ;i,,r,"! •,'"";''''. ]im*n l9614' ''"-r
---- truth. Sf     4l'd""na'     tli'im   iim-th    10
"•chains, thence west 50 ehuins, thenee
uorth 30    chuins.     thence     enst    50
; chains, thenee nortli 20 chuins,thence
O  -O'eiTV",   '""i"8'       ',■lH'"C',      *'"""     8"
■  --    Picket as .^"^tniSS?™    commencement'
trouKlj   --'- ■-    •: it  thej   will each K   *""U"'"*K ""   *>*'n'*   «">** '"'
ever) who is   elected, will'
■'   that    thi      :   eisii ns   regulating
rigorously
John V. Bridges.
Dated  December 20,   1907.
3
APPLES  API
,;S
LJ L-lU
We Have the Largesi Stock in lho City
Over   IOOO BOXES of Fancy Fruit
SKI.I.IXC  aT $2.2:1 I'KI.' BON
STEWART'S
Eleventh   Annual
WHITER SAMIVAl
BETTER THAN EVER
Ii
l'lli-:  I.KAIIINi;   FRUIT STOIIK
ii
The  undesirable    ''lenient,    referred
to  ir. .1  [ate Issue of the Herald, realize • te difficulties   that    will issue
from a swarming rush of list stuffers
'■.■ii.  be stopped.     There is a penalty,
foi   illegal    voting,    and a   man who j
makes a false oath to get his name, I Headquarters for
or allow-- his name to be placed on |
the list  by a friend, when he has nt
legal   right   to cast  a  ballot,  perjur
les himse f In the eyes of the law,
CHOICE   CIGARS.  PIPES  AND TOBACCOS    ft
fWBfcll & MANNING
********************************************
FORT STE
-LE
BREWING CO,, LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUPACTUHEBS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER i PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
tilVKN" STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
A p, O. IIOX 812     fa
<?     TELEPHONE  NO. I     (?
j    Fort   Steele   Brewing Co.. I^td.
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9'\]*mmmtmtttmmttmvmmmttoo^mrott9
lTaEflSK& HENDERSON 1
A collector nf taxes recently asked
n lady householder if she had any
domestic    animals. "A    domestic
animal" says the lady. 0 yes, my
husband spends all his time at the
club, or down town. I think I had
better take out n licence for him.
When the Pound and Dog Tax by-
law was being considered by the
city council, tho editor of the Herald
objected to n $2 dog tax, saying
thai anybody who desired could vote
by p;i yi iiir that amount. We won-
ft der why he supports a man who
pays :<:*) for a female dog that don't
exist, just for the privilege of voting
Is he consistent to property owners
and rate payers when be places the
dog tax voter on a parity with the
"bona   fldc elector."
* * A .
Vancouver City  is kicking because
many names   have been left   off   the
municipal    voting    list.       ln    Cranhrook    there    is a    lurge    amount of
a | kicking  because  there    are    a    large
X number of names on   the list   which
9   huve been placed there illegally.
Surely the "push" will acquire a
little wisdom from tbe course of history, Experience does not appear to
teach them anything, they cannot
read  the signs of the times.
Nearly two hundred house holders
and rate payers of this city, who
are backing up and supporting J. D.
McBride for Mayor, will remember
that th*1 Herald considers them an
undesirable element.
;•:. :::     le pail rs   1
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1 .1    [i   McBrtdo is tin' right type ol
ft nuiii for   Mayor ot   Crnnbrook,     He
* poBBeases ability unit  character in n
9 high .l.'iii.'.'.    witli ail    ilie   qualities
♦ that  iiuike ji  iniin popular in public,
jiml influential In municipal matters.
The time hm. come when there
lunsi be .ni awakening In Oranbrook,
'I'li.' musty, dry "1.1 bonea that have
.: i.in city must be buried.
Tbl i   progressive   community,
nnd  iviiat  was Rood for days   "lnnu
.!:•■' i- ii"i eimil iii tin- prosont
.   ii.!iti,,i|j nl city affairs,
Always  Up-to-Date
II will lio ii proud ilay (or the
II ..'--ii "i . iranbrook when tbe mu-
■ ieipal powers .,1 tin- city ure admin-
B Granbrook,
B.C. 3
rif
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B ABATTOIR AHD COLD STORAGE CALGARY, ALTA 3
i.tiiV A ('i)l'V Ol'' TllK
KM.   tl
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B Poultry
g VKiits
B Fish
B Oysters
B as   «.-   hud   I'm   ll
B kii..«l.'.lt"' "I  "v"
C: CliristmaH limn
N.'W   Vour  wi
wilt    llllV.'   J 11.1
l'l.
Mi ik tin cat
Sniiur Kraut
Lard
Butter
htniiis irii.l.'      «'.-   Im
ilisii|ipoinlnil  nusl i
|  Great West Life
3 Assurance Com pan ys
3      PAMPHLET
I'l.N'K AI'i'l.KS
,IAP OKANCIKiS
MAI.AI.'A  liliAI'KS
- S T K W A E T S -
Pine Chocolates und linn Bons
•lust Arrived—A beautiful selection nf Boxes to choose from
for Stile only hy
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Armstrong, ftve.
ROSSLAND
UNDER TllK Al'SPK'KS OK
The Rossland Carnival Association
.1. S. ('. Kkwskk,   President
February 4th to 8th, 1908
Cordwood for Sale.
I am prepared to supply, good
dry stove wood, in any length or
quantity. Leave orders with
G. T. Rogers, the grocer, Beale
& Khvell.
R. S. Baron
CHANBROOK I.ANI) DISTRICT.
District of Kootenny.
TAKK notice thnt Qeorge B. Powell of Oranbrook, occupation traveller, intends- to npply for n special
timber licence ever the lollowing ile-
Hcribed lands:— Ootnmonolng nt n
pout plnnted nbout 20 chains nnrth-
wost of the northwest corner of the
-loHlin pre-emption, nenr Ihe hend of
Upper Moyie Lake nml south nnd
west of the southwest corner of Lot.
2799, thence enst Hn chnins, thence
south 80 ehuins, llience west Hll chnins
thenee north  Hll    chains to    plaee  of
commencement.
Qeorgo li. Powell.
Dnted December 11,   1907, -        Bl
Splendid Sport
Handsome Trophies nnd
prizes.
A Grand Programme from
Tuesday night until Saturday
night.
R c d u i: r il Transportation
Rates.
Hockey
Championship of 11.t'.
Ski Jumping and  Running
< ihuinpionahln of t'uiiu.ln.
Snowshoe Races
Championship of li C.
Skating
Championship of tho Provinoc.
Tobogganing. Curling Bons
piel, Horse races and other
events.
Masquerade and Dance,  Good Music
Kor further information apply to
A. B. MACKENZIE
Secretary and General Manager
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NI"\V  WI'ST.MINSTI'll.   H.O.
Reoeives both Kudies and
Gentlemen ns Residentoras Day
Students. Has a complete Commercial or Husiness Course. Prepares students to gain Teachers'
Cortltlcat.es of all grades. In
nllllliation with TORONTO UNI-
vkusity   gives the four  years
eoiirse for Hie l:..\. degi    uud
lhe lirst your ol tlie Toronto
School nf Science. Has n
speeial "Prospectors Course"
for iniiiers who work in It C,
Instructions   givon    in   Art,
Music, Physical Culture and oio-
3 ipitiol).
•m I    for   Calendar    ule,   address
3   /\Gtll(ll Results tO PollOU Holders | "Columbian College".
Term opens Soptoinbor I "Hi.
I Dill).
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE 57 Head Ollice. Calgary, Alia.
Hotelmcn and Lumber Companies
We have the Finest Display
of Meats in  the Kootenays
Come   in nml n i, when we will he pleased lo quote
you   prie.es,   whieh   we  ure  sure   will   please yon.     Our
meats are always Irish uml sweet to eut,
C. H. DUNBAR
liAUUtSTKK, SOLICITOR
and NOTAKY PUBLIC.
Cranbroolt, H.C
G. H. Thompson
IIAKKISTKlt * SOI.IrlTOII
NOTAUV PUBUO
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Cranbrook, B.C.
THOMAS   McVITTlE
P.U.S. cB C.B.
Fort Steele B.C.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Pliyslcian »n<3 Surgeon
OFFICE ARM9TKONU AVE.
Hours:   9 to 11 n.ni. 2 ui 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
Phone Office 10S    Rosldenoo 109
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet, every Friday nl S p.m.
Visiting   Brotliors  Cordially   Invited
Chas. Smith. \V. President
M. I). Billings, Seoy.
Aerie PhyBiolan, P. O. Box 28.
iriVr....M.i.i.....,.,..l.,,.,.,.,..^.
Rocky Mountain Chapter |
NO. 128. R. a. m. I
Regular meetinjfH:—2ml Tues- 5:
day In each month at eight %
o'clock. $
Sojourning Companions are s
cordially invited. {
Wm. Pi Tatk, Scribe E.   1
BOX  4 CRANBROOK, B. 0. *t
WAWWW*WWA#
ANCIENT ORDER 1 FORESTERS
Goun Granbrook 8943
MEETS  3N1)   ANII  4TII   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invited
C. R.,   VV. P. MACDONALD
Secretary, W, HENDERSON
W. R. BEATTV
Undertakor,
KlIltlHlllllT.
Funeral Dfrootor
CRANBROOK, B.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Boilers and Furnace Wnrk a
Spdeiklty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Appliea
tion.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
Geo. R. Lwm & Co
IP.   BURNS   &  CO.,    Ltd. |  Fred. W.Swain
i*Z       Head Ollice, Main Offloo for Bast Kootenny,       3 nis'i'ltlOT AHI'.NT
)*::       Culniiry. Alberta, OranbrooK, B, o --.
iliailliiUitllUllUlUiUiiiiiiiUWIlUiiUiilliiiilliiiiliiliUilliilKl01' »rook.B.C„Ar.MtKingAv.
It**d Uie Prcwpedar.
AdvertitM .11 the Prospector.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'lliiM'. 111 I'.o. iiox mi'
I'la ns, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
flood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
Hi Cline
Of tbo old Mmniolm Hnrbcr StlOp
cmi now he found In thn
MANITOBA HOTEL
Plhrt CJIiwh Work in ull brfttichoH
of tho $
Tonsorial Art% THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, JAN. IH, »h#
RIVERS    AND      STREAMS   ACT
NOTICE is hereby given tlmt sixty
days atter date we intend to apply
to'the Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works under the provisions ot
the "Rivers and Streams Act" tor
pennission to remove obstructions
und make improvements ou Thump-
son Creek, in West Kooteuay, near
Kitchener, aud make the same tit for
rafting and driving thereon logs,
timber, lumber, rafts, or crafts, and
to construct dams, booms, slides
and chutes, and make such other
improvements as may he necessary
for said purposes.
The portion of the suid Creek on
Wi lell Lhe right to make said im
■ ro ' Mii-nts is sought, passes through
Lot 7803 Group 1, West Kootenay dis
trict, and through Lot 77%, Croup
1, West Kootenay District, running
north westerly to a point about
three hundred feet south of the Ca*
nndian Pacific Railway track, at
which point the applicants are de
sirous of constructing a dam.
Kitchener Lumber Mills.Limited
Dated  October  24th, A.D.    1907,  44
CANADIAN
PACIFIC]
RAILWAY
The
National
Highway
Through Sleeping mid
Dining Curs and High Class
Tourist .Sleepers ou all
THROUGH   TRAINS
Best of Meals and Attention
T I. Y
liunff Sanitarium
this wi.vncn
Sulphur Springs uiul
Uuexupll.'il Accommodations
Rales $2.50 per day anil up
Correspondence invited and
cheerfully answered
Write to
I*. .1 Coylo, A.G.P.A., Vancouver
JOHN' MOB, D.P.A., Nolson
Granbrook
n Livery
Gl.ARY * DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the dislriel.
A. DOYLE, Moimgor
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CANDY
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TELEPHONE NO. 141.    i
Salvation Army Barracks
PATMORK  HAL I.
Sunday Services:
Afternoon - - tto'utouk
Bveniug - - s o'cloak
Sunday School in i.lfi p.m.
Meetings held every night   in   tin
week except Monday ut 8 p.m.
bell, and the mechanism will stop.     £* .♦■♦:♦;.♦:♦_ .•_♦!, :♦;♦;*>. ^:, j4:a> « „ « -ft &>.^
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Methodist Church.
UiiiiMU'r HrnEs. Piistor
■Sunday .Moi'iiiii" Service ut II ji.iii.
Fellowship meeting - - 12-lna.in.
Sunday School und RlhleClans3 p.m.
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For all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing  tine  or coarse, large
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We Also Do Dru Dueinrj
Office .1. Leask, Tailor
G1VK US A TRIAL.
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Dr. Scott's Prescription
No. llll or
(.old Cure Tables
Thi'.v dn Hie work  and arrest
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Where It Pays to Deal.
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Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
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operators and has, during
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THE tri-color feature of
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Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction— yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE SMITH PfcEMIER
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
BRANCHES      «VJ}KYWHEKB
SPOKANJ5, WASH.
hh South Lincoln Street
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenny.
TAKK notice that William Campbell of St. Louis, Mo., occupation
commercial traveller, intends to apply for a special limber lieence over
the following described lands:—
(11 Commencing at a post planted
about 80 chains south of the south
east corner of Lot 6426, thence south
HO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence nortli .SO chains, thence east
80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated December 17th, 1907.
(2) Commencing at a post planted
about SO chains south of the south
east corner of Lot 6426, thence soutli
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north SO chains, thence west
80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated December 17th, 1907.
('i) Commencing at a post planted
about 80 chains south of the south
west corner of Lot 6126, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north SO chains, tlience east
80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated  December 17th,  1907.
(4) Commencing at a post planted
at the southeast corner of timber
licence 10508, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north 80 chains to
place of commencement.
Dated  December 18th, 1907.
(5) Commencing at a pnst planted
nt the southeast corner of timber
licence 10598, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
place (»f commencement.
Dated December 18th, 1907
(6) Commencing at a post planted
about 80 chains   south of the south-
:ist corner of timber    lieence  10598,
thence west 80 chains,    thence south
80 chains,   thence    east    80    chains,
thence   north 80   chains to   place of
beginning.
Dated  December 18th,  1907.
7)    Commencing ut u   post  planted
bout  lllll chains south of tlie southwest corner of  timher    licence  10598,
near   the   8 mile   post on   the   cast
line   of Lot   4591,   thence   east   160
ehains, tlienee south 40 chains,thence
west    160   chains,     thence    north 40
chains to place of commencement.
Dated December 18th, 1907.
(8) Commencing at a post planted
about 80 ehains south of the southeast corner of timber licence No 10-
598, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 ehains, thence nortli 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to
place of commencement.
William Campbell.
Dated   December isth.  1907.        2
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTUICT.
District  of Kootenny.
TAKK notice that William Milton
Frost of Cranbrook, B. <■. occupation Ron! Instate Dealer, intends to
apply for n special timber licence
OVOI' the following described lands:
Commencing at n post planted at
the southeast eorner of Lot 7224,
thenee north so chains, theuee east
SO chains, thonco south to the north
line of T.L.58.11, thence west (... N.W.
cornor of said Lot, thonco south to
IT.L. 670, thence wesl to said post,
con tni 111 tlK G40 acres more or less.
William Milton Front
Dated   December   Ith.     1907. 52
UIVHRS  AND  STREAMS  ACT.
NOTICK is hereby given that sixty
days after date 1 intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works under the provisions of
the "Rivers and Streams Act" for
permission to remove obstructions
and make improvements on the Little Moyie Itiver in Kast Kootenny
where it pusses through Lots 84115
8436, 8437, 8438, 8439, 8440 and 8441
and make the same tit for rafting
and driving thereon logs, timber
lumber, rafts or crafts, and to construct dams ut certain points on the
said river where it passes through
Lots 8437 and 8439 and at a point
about one third (1-3) of a mile east
of Lot 8441 and at such other points
as may he decided upon. Also to
construct flumes through the snid
Lots 8441 and 8440 and extending a
short distance north thereof and
booms, slides nnd chutes ut such
other points us muy be required und
to make such other improvements
us mny be necessary for said purpose.
The portion of the said river on
which the right to make suid improvements is sought passes through
the Lots referred to in the District
of East Kootenay, B.C. and runs
south easterly,
R.  H.  McCoy.
Dated this 8th day of November
A.D.   1907. 46
5Dhe $JaCtf0pectaOi;
ORANBROOK  LAND DISTUICT
District of Kootenny.
TAKE notiee that William Milton
Frost, of Cranbrook, B, C. occupation Real Estate Dealer, intends to
apply for a special timber licence
over the following descriheil lands:—
Commencing at a post plunted near
the west line of Lot 6356, about one
half mile south of timher limit No
2354, thence west 160 chains, thence
nortii 40 chains, thence east 160
chuins, thence south 40 chains to
said post, containing 640 acres more
or less.
William   Milton  Frost.
Dated   December  4th.   1907. 52
CASH
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Good Discount ftnr Ciisli
SIMPIT   ^ STROM
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia at its next session for an Act
to incorporate the Eastern llritish
Columbia Railway Compuny with
power to build, construct, maintain,
and operate u line of Railway of
standard guage to he operated by
steam, electricity, or any other power for the carrying of freight, passengers and express; commencing at
a point on the South Fork of Michel Creek at or near the point known
as "The Loop" on the Crow's Nest
Branch of the Western Division of
the Cnnndlan Pacific Railway, thence
running in a southerly direction up
saitl creek to the mouth of the Kast
Fork of said creek, tlience up said
Bast Fork of said South Fork in an
easterly and southern direction to
the summit between said creek and a
tributary of tho Flathead Hiver,
tlience in a southerly direction down
said tributary to the Flathead Rlv
er, thenee southerly along said Flathead river to a point on the International Boundary between the province of British Columbia nnd the
United States of America, a distance
of about fifty miles more or less,
with power to construct and oporate
telegraph and telephone lines for the
purposes of its husiness and for the
public; with power to own. use nnd
operate water powers convenient to
the roud for railway uud other purposes, aud with such other powers
and privileges as are usuully given
to Railway Companies.
Dated ut Cranbrook this   30th dny
of November,   1907.
Harvey, McCarter &  Maedonuld.
19      Solicitors for the   Applicants,
oanohi.IjAtion op ukkiouvk
NOTICI* in horoby Klvon I Imi tho
resorvo ovor cortain lands In South-
I'.ih! Kootonay, notlco of which appeared In tho llritish Colnmbln (Iji
-/.olio ul tho Mih August, mun, uml
huro (Into ul August 12th, 1890, is
horoby cuncollod, Tho nhovo mon
tlonoil InmlH will ho opon fur location undor tho l.uml Aol nn March
30, I mis.
nOBIDRT A. RI'NWICIK,
Deputy Commissioner   .,1 Lands
anil Works,
I.uiuIh ami Worka Dopnrti it,
Vlotin-iu, ll. i'.,   Docombor Iflth,
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Sll£NTtoKB£WOT SPEEDY
Also Second HiiihI Machines
Por Snl ' Clump ami To Rout,
ri GEO. B. POWELL, Agent
B~jK ArirwtroiiK Avenue
Phono I.J7        Cranbrook, B.C
No Honing-No Grinding
Get aCARBO-MAGNETICm
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days ^
trial Irom your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
oomfort.
EVERY ONE OF
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Unconditionally
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I Craubrook, li.t'.   The Druggists
Automatic Typewritors.
Among llm labor saving device of the century, the comparatively roconl Invention of tlie
automatic typewriting mnchlno
which is iii tended to be combined
with u phonograph attachment
for dictation, bids fair not only
to revolutionize the present systems of ollice work, Iml In roll,
as woll, thousands of young
women of profitable employ men t.
This new. machine as described
by a writer in the Circle Magazine
would seem lo combine human
intelligence with hitherto unknown accuracy and rapidity of
movement.
This machine, the invention of
a Columbus man, will produce
any number of letters in tlie
original forin. Il will till in name
and address, and will do the work
even more accurately than the
ordinary operator, Most remarkable is thq speed with which
the letters are turned out;
hundreds of words have been
written by Ihis invention iu a few
seconds over a minute.
Tbe statements made sound
preposterous, Iml the accomplishments of lids wonderful
machine have been proved, and
while lhe model lliiil is at present
actually al work performs Ihese
wonderful funs, another model
iu course of construction, will
eliminate entirely the sleno-
•rrapher nnd transcribe, from
dictation, a busiuess man's mail
without the .slightest attention
fun her than that of turning on
the electric current. The
mnchlno will automatically break
the circuit a ml stop work ing when
all   nl   lhe   letters   have    I II
written.
In appearance ihe machine is
mil unlike an ordinary type-
wriler, except for lhe fuel thai
il is souiowhnl larger than I he
more familiar models. When il
s iu opornlion the keys strike
iiguiusl lhe paper in front nf the
platen exactly lhe sumo as
though it was being actuated by
the linger movements ol n human
operator. The speed obtainable
is from I11 lo "ill Ihnes a-- last us
Ihal acquired by u stenographer,
and il will write both from lefl
to right and from riuhl to left.
Tliis iu a i lousure, accounts for
tho wonderful speed acquired.
The movement nf ihe carnage is
thus in bolli direct inns, and while
il writes llio left In right line
forward, llie nexl line is written
buck'ward, provl lingncontinuous
line moveim-iii
Lines may bo jiislitied like
l, pe Tins Is impossible on any
typewriter made to day. but
with ihis machine ii Is possible,
ami may be done ns easily and
accurately ns when llie lines nre
permitled In run unevenly at lhe
righl hiiiid margin.
Names uml addresses muy bo
changed al will, A circular
teller in Im written in any number nl people may be put on the
machine, the  light   switch enn
Heeled   unii    H uitnr,      lhe
current applied, und ii will write
until the work is dono. When
lllll lasl letter is lllllshoil, a
mechanical device  will  ring   n
OIIANIIIIOOK   I.ANII   DIHTItHT
DlHtrlel uf Koolonny,
TAKM notlco tlml   I'otor .tenson ul
Wasa, 11, ■'..   occupation   niftier, in
loiuhi lu npply   lur ii iipoolnl tlmbor
Iii- vor llio followlni!   described
Inline:    ClumiiioncliiK al. a poni plan
toil  In chains mmili ul tl ill omit
 nor nl llmlior liconoo 117111., tlionco
KOIltll      IM     '■lllllil:-.       Ilionoo     I'liul     I"
oliuiii'-,     Ilii-m- -lh    Iiiii   chains,
thonco wosl In chains to plnco nl
I'liiiiiii.-iioomoiit.
Color Jonson,
liiiioil Docombor 7tli, 1907, I
Tho limo for llio oiimnieneoiiient ol
lho publication ul this notice In the
li. tt t'nuot'o ih horoby extended nu
til .li iry loth, 1808,
J.  V.  Alliiiitl'uui;.
itself, and has never before been
accomplished With      ihis
machine every letter isau  origi
nai   and   actually    typewritten
letter.
j    The oilier   mode]    machine
I that is being completed, and that
early lests have  proved  to be
practical   is even  more   ust on
ishlng iu iis  performances  than
the first,   Wiih ihis u business
i man mny dicale bis  letters jusl
before he goes home at  night.
I turn on the electric current  and
next  morning come down   and
tind all of bis letters written and
I ready   for  signature.    A   device
similar iu   appearance   in    ihe
phonograph, exeepl fur the  fuel
thai it uses a paper record,   Instead of a wax  rubber,  receives
the impressions of the conversa-
recorded as it goes along, and 9*********** **9*********ftft
when llie record is placed mi-? C i \ir 'V.f"WTI> lVi~k/\I\ S
tho transcribing npparahis.  : S »i^A Tl lul   A TT LH/IJ... #
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apparatus,  lhe
machine writes llu
stenographer would, exeepl  foi
the fact that evory single portion I -
of the letter is perfect   in  every j i
j particular.   This latter device is] ]
jstill in tho experimental stage,
all bough il has been proved I but
il will work, and the inventor is I
at wink perfecting ii al lhe pre
sent time.
Inventors and niantifnclurers
have been striving for years in
devise some means of producing
circular letters having Ihe
appearance of originals, bul Ihey
have always fallen short, al.
though there arc a number of
devices on the market now for
producing facsimile wnrk. The
great drawback to the most improved devices llus been thai ill
order lo gel in lhe name and
address il is always necessary to
insert the letters iu a typewriter
after they are written, and lo lill
in llie same. The difference in
the density of the color of the
ribbon and lhe impossibility of
lining up lhe leller and lhe ad
dress perfectly have been n give
uwuy In most cises. Besides, il
lies been slow and very expensive
Tliis new device solves every
problem, and goes further in
making every letter an original,
Besides handling letters, ibis
machine will automatically ad-
dross envelopes or wrappers in
lhe same way. and iu addition In
doing the writing, will feed itsell
automatically and keep count of
the loiters, envelopes, or
wrappers as they go through.
The Farmer's Wife
Is very careful iiiajut- her churn, sh«
scalds ii thurutudil) aftor uslug, and glvos
ii, it sun Inilii lu aweoton il. Shu arrows
iimi if hor churn Is sour It will taint tho
butter Hull la tllltdii io il. 'I'lm sUiuiiifh i.s
u churn. In sin- stomach und digestive
uud nutritive tracts uro performed pro-
eossos which urn almost exactly liko thn
churning of butter. Is it nut apparent
iluu Hint il this slosiaob-ohani Is foul tt
mukofl lmil ull which is put Into it?
Tlio evil of a luul stomach Is nut. alone
Hu- bad taste in Hie mouth uml tlio foul
iiri'uih caused hy il, but Hie corruption nt
tho pure curront of blood and tho dissemination uf disease throughout the body,
Mr. Pierce's liolden Medical Dlscovory
makes 'honour uml foul stomach sweet,
it doos for tha stomach what the washing
mul sun bath do for the churn—absolutely
removos every Uiinliug ur corrupting element, la tills way It cures blotches,
pimples, eru iiiii his. scrofulous swellings,
sures, or open eating ulcers und all
humors or diseases a rising from bad hlisel.
If you have liin.-r. misty, foul taste in
your mouth, coated tmigiio, foal breath,
are weak uiul easily tired, feel depressed
uiul despondent, havefroqueni ltoadacbos,
ili/,/y attacks, gnawing or distress tnstora-
iioh, constipated or Irregular bowels, sue
or bitter risings after eatliiB ami poor
appetite, thososyniptoms, or any consider-
uiil. inunii.-rof till-in. Indicate lluit vou are
-iiiffritiB from biliousness, torpid iir lazy
llvor with the usual a mpauylng Indigestion, or iiy-iii-p-ia uml thoir attendant
derange menus.
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GASOLINE   ENGINE
It's the
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Til.'  Leading  llnlel nf llie   Sl
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all the aeyoffl aj.huulli.iaJUl'dtl'i.1 IIMrlltg, J)lj
topBHi 1 Am  hath
OEaiuai, That this Is ali-oliilely irue (// W \      i-H I H ^
will hereodllyproventoyoursuilsfactlon (<M I *■ ,      1   I        , ,     .£*-"-
If son will but mall a postal cord request )M '    J "J *—'    IKS
in Iir. It. V. I'loree. Buffalo, N. Y.. for a illi
free copy of his booklet of extracts from Mm
iilonaui't'ol ffi'lmingfellienMrlKS IGubs.s 'Jointort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection W
Into his world-ftimi'tl umdloliies and show isk
liigwhul the i i. oiiiln.nl modlual inon [Iff.
of lho ago say ul iliiiiu. Iir/
.Sear,
daiui
ilrotid depot,    Hits nccominn
lie'     public     ulii'ipialleil    in
Orunbrooli
Into his world-fumed mod
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ORANnilOOK   I.AMi  lilHTIIIf'l' 13,
District "I Kootenny, [ vi
III'
'I'AKn: notlco that I'otor Jonm i Up.
Wiibii,    ll. r.   occupation   minor, in ny,
fends I.u upply lor u Hpccial    tlmbar Iff,
licenoe over the   following   described fW
lands:     Oouuneticolng nl a ponl plan ly},
led ut tiie south oasl cornor of tlm '(/
her   licenco    ii'i'ii.   thonco   west SO [mjllol
chnins,    thouce   i in    nm   cluilnB, f[y,
thene   in   oliuiii.,    tni. nmiii .'   ;vf  '.;:<'-*-ir^--v.^*y^
■til   chnins,   tlinncc  oasl    In   chains, '      r^titi*A^tit*iX*3St7SitXet*^^^
Ilionoo nurlli i>ii   chains   In   place ol
OlllllllU'lll'I'tlll'llt.
I'l'i.-i   -louiion
Iluli'il   lloo Iiei   vi h    I'm?, |
Clllll   llllills
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    ]
Proprietors j
The time for ilio coinmuncotncnl ol
I In- publication ol Hm tlco In the
II. Cl, Uimotto is hereby nutondod tin
l.ii January Loth. IIW8
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Advertise in Uie I'to-pectoi.
School of Mining
A COLLEGE OF AN'UKD SCIENCE,
Afliliilrd lo Qarcn's Unlvrrsft>,
Ihr l*0fwlnf I'mtms art aittrti:
I    I'nut Yi-ati" l>m tnt* lur Iic|tcr ., i U Be.
II    I litre Vraii' Cuuim for UiLilotm.
a    Mhiiiif Krij(Mii-t*-lnf.
*   ctn-inittty ■ti<l Ulneraloiy.
t—UlHirnlonr •!.-. Gfology.
KINGSTON.  ONT.    tSartSUfiSS?*1*
Far Clrnil.i o( in. School .nd forth.-        AM"l..„ic.l Bn«l.«,rio,.
inl.'-iiiaiini, apply lo ihr BtcKlary, School       r-WeetHeal Kntln.rrini.
ol Mining. kliiB.loo.Ontario '-Biology .nd Pnbllc HMlth.        i rHE PROSPECTOR   ORANBROOK   B. C. JAN. 13   I!
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Dainty   Limoges   Ghina
OUR OPEN STOCK PATTERN
Iii   Limoges   China   has   ar
l~r>
rivecl. Tlie speeial feature of
this assortment is that the de
sign is entirely new and ex
elusive. Another feature is
that you may select such dishes
as are needed and add others
from time to time.
See our new "Ruban
Salad Dishes.
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Pink's Crockery and Glassware Dept
0URGOOD5     ARE mm-tammm^}
(jUARAhTErED
" THE DESIGN IS KNOWN"
As the -Baby Rose". It is neat
and not overloaded with decorations. Garland of pink baby
roses circling' the edges and
finished with leaf gold, giving it
a most artistic and delicate effect
Our assortment now is complete and any who anticipate
- starting their sets will find in
the variety any or all the pieces
they require.
See our new Fat and Lean
Gravy Dishes
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■ury i'llllill
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©he inspector.
SATUHDAV, .IAX. I-   1!)
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Hiiui]iiy dumpty sitl on it wiili
tiunipt-y iliiin|i|y lmil ;i grout lu
j All the  Herald's nonsense,  uud
nil tlie  Herald'  men,  Conlden't
pull Humpty up iigiiin,
Tho ettrlli will revolve on  ns
$2.50
I   I  nr Al    mcivc     3      i in* I'liriii win revolve uu  its  ■
|   l-v^nl-   IMCWO.   I axis as usual during   I HUH,  sub-   j     Hollow Ground
Miuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuv , ji'i i  of course In  it nlhorily   j      as Illustrated
Hcaloaiid I'.lwoll hiivo made an exton- ,lbove r|UOted,
-iv |i!in-:]ji- - ill land in ih.   Marys! ilie 	
tli.^trit-i. W|lu stoopo(1   ,,,  u||   |iil|ds  ,,,
I mean trickery in set names onl I
II I.'-I...,ii;..'I,i.h'> 1,1.1,.,i,iil,i,,^,li.. ,,,,,, Ms, „   , |    '    j,,   t     ,    j »
I rims nro to havo notice to iituti., this is   ,.
only 1'ljrhl Jin-i lair: tin-mm,-iii.-iiiM-.-n,,   ineie."
spread I iiir all along theorem lino. ■	
  Was Not Misippresented.
|    Tin--iiiiji-i't nf oriental  Immigration 	
■ ii.'ls 80 Hell Inkull ll|i 111 Hip M'-ii'-  IHvii '       nrn.l       rtv n i
Inst Sunduy, thut the discussion is tube      VVill the Tunes lell   us  where
r.-iiiiii-.i iii-xt Sunday uii,-i-u, ut :i,:iii, |olso Mr. McBrii tight to  look t
  for a correct reporl of Sir  Wil ■
Those i uf Hip i-i'i iiiiiiv--'-11'rid banner's speech  than  in  u
"ii the i'l'i'iijial smi nin Up thu subject j Liberal paper printed in the citv
I!!;;' M'"b.»iM Chuiv x, s y!where it was delivered.-    liy the
■t'liy,  ii  run  hardly  bo claimed
iimi   Sir   Wilfriil  Laurier  was
ston-ii wim will"volo for ™i'ouO,ni- ,|U'te frank in his lotlor to our
iu- present piiiiiiiiiiiii.-. they contemporary.    If he wns misre-
lii-ir I'liilili-pii ami thoir country ported, as he saya he  wus.  uml.
''' toalliiii ' |n addition to this statement,  sn
many people havo written to ns
from i Ittawu tu suy so that there
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Set ot Two in
Leather Case
Double Concave for        mmaa^tmmilX WlCjTt\mioWt 9 4a^m*\**ft****j PpWl $5a50
Extra Heavy Beards 9mWkyBmmm 9Vm\^m^AvKmmm<m\m%\*^^mt\ Carbo Magnetic
S3.00 W 9HB    Sii   I1SU?3! J^Ara
^*ammmsst**w^^^SfimB^SS9SS^mi $1.00
There is a reason why CARBO MAGNETIC Razors are the best in the world
TWO WORDS TELL THE STORY
ELECTRIC   TEMPERING
This method of tempering which is OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, PRESERVES THE
CARBON in the steel blades, whereas tempering by fire, the only other method known,
DESTROYS it. CARBO MAGNETIC Razors NEVER need to be HONED orOROUND in private
use. Do you realize what this means? Remember the name-CARBO MAGNETIC
-THE RAZOR WITH AN EVERLASTING EDGE.
Chas. E. Reid & Co.
Ituports from Marysvlilo sav tlml Hi.-,
"u i.i'u.'i-s ii,\ niii.-ii Hip siiiinu ,u cannot-be nuy ilinilit  ii|iuu any
is being ti tiitl without foreign ores Is one's mind   that   lie   wus   inisre
inhlvtiirpossful, nnd  Hii,-. may  an ported, lie Wlls not us fair  ns  he
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ft 9 . . accepting whal  his own organ j
9     a 'tvnfa 150 Italians wnnl up saicl'      Neither   wns   ho   rpiite
iii  to Kluibi'i'lov on Thursday's train,  but ll'tllllt   in his allusion to Hi"   col
UIE year jusl  closed   has   I me of t JI  ihu.,-returned the next il'uj  i inu 'inisi.    whieh   expressly   sttttod
..T  -Htb.il.Ml with the i ..uk    lip|,„i-i-,„! ,),„., H deidined lo comment 110011
•!•    ' ' extra .'iir ihu mi  lur tlu-ir ponvun-  , ,,..., , ,    ' .
5RANBROOK, B.C.
THE DRUGGISTS
siierotis years  For  u-   (thanks  10 our gi
9    rriendsi and Hi tioolf for I'.'"- is even lietter.
ft 9
ft        One would thitilt fr he reports in  circulation  thai     ft
ft Hii- nn 1 niry is on the verge of bankruptcy, and we hope    ft
ft iiiui   some nl   the   "Doubting Thomases   A'ill wake  ip    ft
ft nml  I'l-iili,,,-  thnl   ,ve  have  the  greatesl co           1  Ihe    ft
ft world.                                                                                      ft
9       Tht  Fo lowing is taken from -         tteu  1;  ,1    j?
W     the largesi manufael Iheir  1: isi ■■ s,   und    1
9     think   11   is  gt	
■ nil- hiirhlv
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Homo Hindi' candy nt tho Palm.
Ken! Hip Prospector.
Malaga Orapoa nl   Stoivnrt'n.
Advertise In the Prospcotor,
lio observation attributed to liim
iin ,,i  until ho hud uu opportunity  to
labor should  ho shipped  Into explain or fptlllifv it.
trie, .iluu in. -ip ai-.- nii-ii iu iln
il'liui'il 11I1.1-I11111I1I I.,, working, _ EL
Banquet For Fleet Ollioors. -  .  ^
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I Mens wortino Shirts and Caps 1
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•**■ THI3HW Ih nn   oconn of com fori  in wowing our Bhirta— 'Z\Z
mX~ 1 hnl there's sattBf tic tion hi uvory ono of thom   Nd hut 2
k.H.j. ivsntMMitbh! finnllloM Admiral KvniiK nnd theolhui'iul
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I ia  Smoking
otimisl    T\l.'    i'i
»           i'i!    i„,yaiinil irirla niiisi  not"1'1'11'8     :""'     biUtloshlp     coin [jj
9 IH   • minus Hi nisi   ni I iiiunili'is   will   Iir  lliu  guest    of
ft ■-'.'"".■ :-.'.-j-. iii'ii,-,iii i, ,,i, ,,,11' hu nor of u great   liuiuiuel   lo   I"'
T nt th.-        i        lithln
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■•S "   peop ■■     ' lie i   ■- ■' -     i ii--   '■■-!      " -.'   I to     iji Mn
know better.  i in - ci  I   C't iNI-'l I'KN'i 'K t
l iini- a duy. the dose to be  con til i   intil Ihey becotni'
<    tnlitli r  -Im uu
IPIlalllliildp ill"! '- jti-li---,
a pi'iiuipis us irivett toii iy hi  ui  the  Auiorican  i
iiiZui,,|l!tlie|,!lubllssu'V In Polropolis,    A gar- }
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i\ I  ■  bought    miIi-  I'i
ip' luiil mi righl to vote
iitlonoo 'lim |iurty lor Hip llool offieer
will ulso he given by tho American   ambassador   mi   Thursday
i   night
1"t     optimists     Heing optimists we  are  happy:   everyb
9    shonh iptiraists and happy -j- Provincial "Ilnllo" System
A        A  pessimist is always unhappy, worries,, .",.,-     9     M-'-and .Vfrs. Wnts A. Mackay
X ',   W,',i,',', iT'lt"    ,p  :'i Winnipeg,   .Mun..   ,lun     In
•V -   III -111 Ol ' ll U\   I 11   >  !\ I'l'lv. ■     , '
11 iiiVi'l'iiini'lll owni'i'sliip  ol   li'le
9 little  i
ft Frels because there isn'l and pokes around   n -
jfc Jiml cornur looking For things to tlml      -    ub, ul      Tin
Ji oiilimisl   starts  the day   witli   gliul    in Ids    'art, it
ft
,.      Z land   control   of       Munltohh
9 anything else    Optimism is    ce love    I can t be hough,     ••; "hello" sysl on 'allvow I
9 and il is also as Fr is a.r.     Any old pessi     .lean    ^       -   ,,   !',,,« h,-,,i   |-',„.|   s |(, t pnmtod l.y Ihe Moll  Tolo
9 exist, but it takes ptimist u, really U\ ft, ft   ,,„,ni a Tew hours In (;n ■ i  Iihonu company     The   system
ft 9    I'lll'Stluy « ill he opernli'il liy u i-ollllilis.siiil
*? i, , , ,     ,   phones  hocunio   reality    today
# ' '" "' '"";<-^"'  Hh "I   when the provincial government
smile on his Face, and enjoys every moment or I      daj      m. ■-'-■-- up   I uesday on olll    -orma.lly assiimeil the ownership
Aninvesl nt in opIimUm will give hellei fetiii us than     Z etui iiusni, -
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J. D. McBRIDE
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Always
COOL
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lens tuiiiiiiii. nil the lirst  lluit' yell  put  tllt'ltl 011,  ill fiirt       3
im itit-li coming ftl nil. 3
Yon'i.i. uk sATtspran ti* vou tov unit siiihth.        3
Mens lit'p.!   I'Iiiiin.l
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Men-    lllii"   Slri|ip-
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M.-tis  Uroj    Aruij
l''liinui'l Shiiis.    . (tl.TB
Man*    Him-   'I'niil
Flannel Shirt* »1.75
'len* ili'p,!   Mutton
flu I Shirts.      *2.25
Mane   Uluo   Sorgo
sliirts *2.WI
*    *2       OUSSET8 R« iNiuHuru
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3
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I mini;
f Cranbrook, H.C
Most    ill    Hie prcsunl   tiolivn
-liii'illls of III pany    \! ill    he
X     M'«l  of the groat    it   are ,-,.|,lin,.,|,  nh  y  h.1Vl,    , )w|1
9 dead, and il diloro , I era I.l  n„„llsl.|V(.s ,,„„,,'	
ft  has ,i p    we trust il will be no ,,,.                 .'. ,,    ,,
1  worse,,,,' 'sdaytlighl I hn | rice p„i, ■ lhe sysl	
V uccoi'dilig   lo  ihe slitle ni    ol
ft I'reiiiier luililiii,  wns  Sil.iiiiiijiini,
ft Subject I" Hie itppi'OVIll Of  ll I. in uddili  this, the  pro  I fnl. (,,,., |,,.,. ,,
ft Old man, thero will bo illpsu vinco has purchased it  shuio of
HARDWARE!    OFilhu.S I .lime L'Htll,, 1111(1    llll    ll ,|lli|illli'lll   Ii, || Menl    of
I lake i'linlrui'ls loi' nny  kind  *Z      WINTER
ol     UK I   CUTTINO,    HI l'l ll E
wtiii'K, io.' r
I       CAPS
I always liuve meu mt hand      fc
to supply lo work £
fall in nl  i.iiione' Yuen Hi-
iiirlos
I'rii'i's 7."it'., ¥l.(10, Sl.lTi, #1.50,
s|.7."i nnd $2.00 Kneh.
Dick I.mu
I Burns Brothers c!;:dni!:B.c.'l
-. i(i  -. elipse ol  Hie wet   ticket  nil    .lull     ¥100,1)00    lllore.        I'ily Ill      Wlls,
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