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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, WOO.
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
Wj'it the City Dads are Doing to
Promote   the  Wolfare
of the City.
A regular meeting of ihe eiiy
council wus held on Wednesday
evening, Dee. "ith. There were
presenl his worship mayor Rogers, aldermen linker, Byan,
Jackson uud Kink.
Minutes ot last regular meeting were rend und adopted.
Moved by aldermen Jaekson
und Ryan that Mr. Gurd he heard
with regard to the electric lights
and telephone franchise.
A communication from L. A.
Hamilton re the sidewalk in front
of Alliens block wus referred to
the Hoard of Works, with power
to take action thereon.
Communication from R. Stewart wus referred to Finance committee.
Moved by aldermen Ryan and
Jackson thai the question, re nonresident pupils of the public
school, be referred to the city
solicitor, with power to arrange
with Education Committee the
compensation for nonresident
pupils,
It was moved that the accounts
of the electric light und tele
phone company, us presented,
be paid. That the account of
the Fink Mercantile Co., as presented, be paid. That all accounts as presented by the Fi
nance committee, with the exception of those already dealt
with, be paid.
The matter of a lent for tuberculosis patients be referred to the
Health committee, with power
to act.
Thut the medical officer be requested to analyze the water and
report at the next meeting of
council.
Moved by alderman Fink that
by-law No. ilil be read the third
time.
Moved by aldermen Jackson
and Fink, that aldermen Ryan
and Pink be appointed and ant
along with the mayor its u court
of revision to be held at the
council chambers on the l'IsI.
day of December 1900.
Moved by aldermen Ryan und
Jaekson that the notice of the
sotting of the court of revision
to be held at the council chambers, Cranbrook, li. C, on the
21st day of Dec. 1900, shall be
given by advertising live consecutive days in the "Daily Canadian," of Nolson, 13 C. a news
paper circulating within Ihe municipality.
Moved by aldermen Jackson
and Ryau that, the place for
holding nominations for the
election of mayor and aldermen
for the municipality of the eiiy
of Cranbrook shall be held ul
tho council chamber in tlie said
city of Cranbrook. and that, T.
M. Roberts be returning officer,
and iu ease a poll is roquil'od Ihe
poll shall hu opened at lhe council chamber, liaker street, Crunbrook, II. C, and that T. M.
Roberts shall preside thereat,
and that the returning officer appoint a poll clerk.
Council adjourned ut 10:20 p.
m.
Coi.ncui,   Noths.
A special meeting of the eiiy
council is culled for Friday evening.
Under the Provincial Education Act, the cily hus power to
tax property within a radius of
three miles for the education of
non-resident pupils.
Great Loan Por Paris.
Now York, Due 8,—Samuel
W. Morris Assistant Secretary
of the (Jiriii'd Trust Company of
Phlltt, sailed from here today
for Paris, The Girard Company
have finished the signing und
sealing of the pO.OOO.OOO loan
placed in Paris by the Pennsylvania railroad and Mr. Morris
is going to iimi cily to attend to
the delivery of the  issue  In  thi.
French   bankers,   The    entln
issue hus been resold in I'uris to
investors, und this the Hrsl
transaction betweonan American
rail ri mil uml lhe French investing
public is nearly complete. There
wns required lor the execution
of the certificates 1,211(1,000
signatures uml the affixing of the
same number of seals. The company appointed ten assistaul
secretaries who signed iheir
names continuously i uelt day fur
nearly iwo months.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNj
THE R0ARIN OAME.
Bonspeil nay be Held at Cran
brook   Want   Delegates
to Support Rossland.
At a well attended meeting of
the Nelson Curling Club, held
at the rink ou Monday evening
last in Nelson, the following
communication was received
from Rossland:
"A communication from tlie
Rossland club, asking for the
support of the Nelson delegates
for tlie bonspeil this year and In
hold the meeting ul Rosslaiu!
annually, was read and tabled. |
The delegates were instructed
uot lo favor lhe holding of the
bonspeil at any oue place annually. In view of Cranbrook's
application to hold this season's
bonspeil al lhat city the local
delegates wero left free to support any application Ihey saw
tit."
'I'he new rink at Cranlirook is
reported to be the finest in this
province. The climate is such
that good ice can lie assured al
all times during the season.
Cranbrook is rentrally located,
with the best of railroad accommodations, good hotels, in fact,
is the best lown iu the Kootenay
for holding the bonspeil.
(iold Mining Prosperity In Nevada.
Carson City, Nev, Dec. 8.—In
connection with tlie excitement
in the gold mines in this state
the statement was made today
that. Nevada is now producing
as much gold per month as the
entire fields of South Africa
Spokane and Granbrook
It is reported that arrange
ments are about completed to establish a local train between
Cranbrook and Spokane. A
train will leave Spokane at (iiilO
u. m. connecting with No. li
at Spokane Junction, reaching
Craubrook at 8:80 p. m. No. 5
will connect ut same point with
u Spokane International train,
leaving Cranlirook at 10:15a. in.,
reaching Spokane at 7:80 p. m.
Thu above arrangement will give
a daily service between Spokane
und Oranbrook. It is expected
that litis time table will go into
elTot'l Dee. Ifith. The regular
service from Chicago, via. SI.
Paul, Cranbrook, Spokane and
Portland will commence May I.
Municipal Eleotion.
The lime of holding llie municipal election is approach Ing,
Nominations will be made on ihe
Sud Monday In January uml the
election on tlm Thursday following the second Monday.
The Largest Colliery.
At present llie largest individual colliery of llritish Columbia,
and of Western Canada for that
matter, is the Coul ereek colliery
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal
Compuny, which can handle I,
UUU tons of coal iu u day  of  leu
hours,
(Jetting Busy.
The Liberal opposition of ihis
provinee are gelling busy, candidates, for tho legislative assembly are being selected, and ,1 A
Maedonald, lender of the parly,
has already taken thu initiative
and is stumping tho country in
lhe Interns! of his party.
Visitor: Hero and Tlure   Peofle
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Tiiose Who So Away.
I''. E. Morris of Winnipeg wus
in the eiiy Wednesduy.
Prod Robinson of Pernio was
in the eiiy Priday.
R. Clarkson and ,1. Clarltson
of Toronto were nl the < 'ranbrook Wednesday.
II. S. Wright and A..I. Hurretl
of Nelson were at Craubrook
Wednesday transacting business.
Walter Road and M. Hoad of
Calgary spenl Sunday last in
Crunbrook.
C. A. Keid and J. Magee of
Spokane were Cranbrook visitors
Sunday last.
Mrs. P. 11. Parker of Green-
wood was visiting friends at
Cranbrook this week.
li. K. While of Toronto, .1 A.
Ludi ner of Calgary and ,1. Han-
bury of Brandon were registered
at the Cranbrook Thursday.
K. Vi. Rawson, Vi. C. Parsons
and D. McFaohern of Vancouver
were registered al tlie Cranbrook
Wednesday.
D. R Yates, manager of the
Staples Lumber Co., at Wycliffe.
was in Ihe city Tuesday ou
business,
There was a fall of some six
inches of the beuutifulon Thursday night which will be of greut
benefit to tlie loggers iu this vicinity.
.1. Chapman of Wattsburg, Wm.
Thorpe of Wardner, H. Smith of
Calgary and C. Stacy of VVasa
were guests at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
L. C. Yates of Lewiston, A. C.
Pridgon of Yahk. and G. Vi.
Goahart of Sussex, N, B., were
guests at Ihe Cosmopolitan Sunday last.
The local curling club is now
attending lo business. The ice
is in tine condition, and the de-
vollees of the "roarin" game
have begun practising so as to
be in form early in the season.
Next Sunday night Rev. Goodrich! will preach In lhe Baptist
church upon the "Necessity of
tho New Birth." Following
this there will be sermons on
the nature of the New Birth and
also ihe evidences of the New
Birth.
Tlio town is what you make il.
So is tlie home and the best
homes have the best pictures.
Wait and see Prest's new stock.
Thoy have been delayed but the
C. P. R. are out on the hunt for
them,
Santa Olaus is getting busy.
The finest select ion of Christinas
toys ever brought to Cranbrook
is now on exhibition at Chas. E.
Reid St Co., "the druggists."
Bring your children and see the
mechanical figures.
"Hob" Winlield, an old time
prospector in Southeasl
Kootenity, was iu Cranlirook
Priday, He was accompanied
by Mr. T. Baker. They lefl ou
tlie Windermere stage during tlie
afternoon for Wilmer.
A. A. Mi'Kenna, representing
ihe Harold Nelson Co.. was in
lown Priday making arrangements with the manager of the
Opei'l) House        for       the
appearance of his company on
December 17 and 18,
A musical treat of rare excellence was thoroughly enjoyod on
Wednesday evening. Mr. and
Mrs. C. EI. Prest hud invilod a
number of friends to their home
to attend a recital. No one expected so much, but woro all lhe
moro delighted when Mr, Morris
of Montreal sealed himself at
Uie piano and touched ihe keys.
Ml'. Morris said in his reserved
wuy Ihal lie believed lie "tiiilti
piny one selenium, lull aftor two
hours porformaiico all derided he
eiiiild play any selection, He is
an artist of rare ability uiul never
before hnve we hud  sueh   u   one
in our midst.   He hus studied
for years wilh Piidcriskm and
other great teachers. Mi' Morris lefl on Thursday for tlie
coasl, but it is lo be Imped he
will soon visit us again
li. II. Bohai't of Wardner was
transacting business al Cranbrook Priday.
Rev. C. O. Main, late of lhe
Yukon, will conduct services ut
Knox Presbyterian Church next
Sunday December nth.
Ilill A Co., will occupy one
half of the old Pink Mercantile
building, putting in a full line
furniture and household goods.
Owners of vacant lots in towu
should remember thai there is a
Municipal Act dealing Willi sidewalks on which lhe snow is
allowed lo remain,
Dave Breckenrldge, represent
ing the Crow s Nest Pass  Lum
tier Company of  Wardner was
transacting   business  nt   Cran
brook Priday.
John P. Larson of Port Steele
was in the city Friday on busi
ness. Mi. Larson is a mining
man, and during the past season
bus been placer mining on Wild
Horse Creek.
A. C. Bowness, having purchased the store building lately
occupied by lhe Pink Mercantile
Co. moved into the new premises
today.
Mrs. ,1. D. McBride, who has
been ill for the past month, hud
n relapse last week* but is now
slowly improving.
SMALL PIRE TUESDAY MORNING
CRAN3R00K   PUBLIC  SlHOOLS
of
Building Occupied  by A. L. McDermott Partially Destroyed—Loss Fully Covered
by Insurance.
The fire-lighters of our city
had quite an interesting experience early Tuesday morning of
this week, when they were called
at 1:15 a in. to extinguish aflame
which was seen to come from the
building occupied by A. L. McDermott wholesale liquor dealer.
The tire had considerable headway before the alarm was sounded, but the brigade wus quickly
at work and soon hud the tire
under control, and the citizens
breathed quietly knowing full
well that our fire-fighters, with
an ample supply of water, were
able to cope with any fire of ordinary dimensions.
Above the store the promises
were occupied by R. Patmore
and family, and Ihe inmates had
a narrow escape not having time
to secure their clothing. Mi'.
Patmores loss is quite heavy,
having no insurance. Mr. McDermott also suffers a heavy loss
whicli is covered  by insurance.
Once more the firemen deserve
credit for their prompt action
and heroic efforts. They are a
loyal band of volunteer fire-lighters.
Wak WnoNCFrLLY Informed.
The Nelson Daily News was
certainly misinforned this week
when it states that during the
tire in Cranbrook Tuesday morning that there wus bul little or
no water pressure. The chief
of the fire department states that
the report is absolutely false,
and thut he had remarked to the
boys that Ihe pressure never
was better, and certainly those
presenl could see the two
streams playing with a good
force. Such reports being sent
out lire no credit to tlie sender
uud one should be careful to get
the truth. Yes the pressure was
good anil waler plentiful, so say
the firemen and Ihey did the
worli.
FIRE AT FERNIE
Excellent   Work   of  the
Brigade.
Fire
At, uu early hour on Sunday
morning lire completely gulled
tlie boot store of J, L. Thornley
ou Cox street The lire hail
gained considerable headway bo-
fore being discovered and for u
time lliere wus danger of the
whole block being destroyed,
owing lo the high wind, The
work of lhe lliu brigade was excellent and it was due lo their
well directed efforts Hint the
conflagration was con 11 nod lo
the building iu whieh it originated. An ovei'-lteiiled stove is
supposed to have boon lltei'iiuse,
The Following is the Report
the Cranbrook Public
Schools for November.
Div.    I.
.1. I). Clothier, Teacher,
Attendance during month,     21
Average attendance, 21.9.
Perfect, attendance:   E. Cul
ver. li. Taylor. S. While. D. Mc
Call ii m,   II.  Dickson,  .1.  Bour-
goine. P. Pyatt, C, McCowan,
Div.    II.
ill. rlaii'i' < aldivull. Teiiohor.
Attendance during the month, 40.
Average attendance, 80.J5,
Perfect attendance: Raohol
Bardgett, Georgina Cartwright,
MelvaCartwright, Grace Finley,
Robert Finley, Bryson Pinniss,
Arthur Fowler. Sadie Gillis,
Lillian McCowan. Carl McXabb,
Charlie Morrison, Madge Robertson, Vivian Sissons, Inez
Smith. Douglas Stewart,
Div. Ill,
lit, ii. Purdy, Teacher,
Attendance during month,     45.
Average attendance, 40.34.
Perfect attendance: Nathan
Bninhnrdt, Maglorie Brault.
Marcus Derr, Robert Derr. Gordon Fowler, Louise Hneg, Marguerite, Harvey, Slunley Hill,
Wilfred Hunter, Dorothy McVittie, Ruby Nesbitt, Ross
Pascuzzo, Jennie Patton, Ruth
Reid, Virginia Tucker, Olive
While.
Div.    IV.
(MIhsC. IJ. Hull, Teaohet'.l
Attendance during month,     411.
Average attendance,        45.111.
Perfect attendance: Arthur
Bowness, Florence Bathie. Harold Bridges, Percy Bardgett,
Win. Fitzputrick, Innis Hill,
Clarence Haeg, Grade Higgins,
Gladys Hickenbothan. Jessie
Hunter, Hollo Johnson, Griffith
Jones, Lee Look, Robert Marshall, Clifford MoNabb, Andy
Patterson, Alice Reid, Robert
Reid, Laura Richards, Eva
Small, Nigel Thompson, Hazel
Taylor, Bernard Schemerhorn.
Div. V.
111. M, Springer, Teacher.
Total attendance, 984.
Number enrolled, 53.
Average atteneance, 44.72.
Perfect'attendance: Clarence
Agnew, Mary Earnhardt, Wilfred Brault, Nan Byers, Charlie
Cherry, Valory DeGrace, Alex,
Dickson, Norman Fowler, Roy
Hill, Albert Leurie, Douglas
MacCowan, Noble McNeil, Lottie
Moore, Freda Patmore, lngold
Schemerhorn, Orvil Thompson,
Ethel Reid, Ruth Haeg, Fred
Swain.
To Nominate Harvey.
It is given out that the Conservatives are to hold a convention in Golden about the middle
of December for the purpose of
nominating a candidate to contest the Columbia riding in the
Conservative Interests in lhe
now much talked of coming provincial elections. It is now understood that the numes ment ion-
ed as likely lo be nominated are
II. II. Parson, the popular Gold
en merchant und .1. A. Harvey,
Cranbrook's leading barrister,
Wilmer Outcrop,
Political Notes.
Mr. ,1. A. Maedonald bus expressed his great, regret Ihal
Mr. McBride lias made "better
terms" a parly issue Woiild'nl
lhat jar you?
The most tallied of mail, lo represent Crunilbriiok riding in Hie
legislative assembly, is .1. A.
Harvey. All the enemies' guns
will lie trained against him, if he
Is selected us the Conservative
standard bearer for this riding,
but when the smoke of battle is
cleared uwuy il will be found
Unit Mr. Harvey is the elected
representative of the most pro
majority.
United Irish League Proclaimed.
Dublin. Dec, 8. Tlie proclamation of iln- Lord Lieutenant
and Privy Council dealing with
ibe United Irish League in the
countries of Gal way uiul Main
lakes effeol to-day. No Further
meetings of the league will be
allowed In the countries men
Honed owing to the great number
of agrariai tinges   recently
I'Oinmiteil.    The exeulive of  tin
League have announced meetings
in spite of the proclamation and
trouble is feared. A large force
of extra police lias been requisitioned.
MOVED INTO NEW QUARTERS
TXTJAKE FIRE BRICK.
gressive riding in this province.
When  Premier   McBride il" I 	
cides to go to the country it is A New Discovery That Will be
the opinion of a large portion 6f    of Great Benefit to Cranbrook.
the electorate thai he will he re- 	
turned to power by a  handsome     'l'l"'   announcemenl    iluu   is
iniiili' this week thai material has
been found in thu vicinity of
Cranbrook from which can be
iniiili' fire-bricks which will stand
the severesl tesl nf fire, will be
received with general interest,
it is iiiii yot known whal wealth
li"> ut inn- doors, Tlie suggos
Hon iniiili' iimi n homo company
In- formed is ti good one uml it is
to in' hoped iimi thoso mosl Interested will soon undertake the
manufacturing nf such brick.
Thi-- would proye n boom tu our
city uml also in iln- whole districl nml .■.onu n close relationship i'lniiii in- brought about
wiih oilier districts, We here
give ;i brief description of the
material used, and tests already
uiiiile of bricks manufacture.
Those bricks are synthetically
manufactured from twodeposits
mu' boing u ven* puroclay in ihe
form nl silicate of aluminum,and
tl tlii'i* being a  pure quartz
| that, chemical anlysis.showed in
contain 99 li' per cenl silica.
Both of thesedeposils are unique
in their purity, therefore, n firebrick can  he manufactured   in
suii iim roquir nls nf trade.
Thus if an intense heul is to be
withstood, n 99 silica brick van
iiu ns easily made, as another nf
lower grade.
Tli,'re aro HOW nn exhibit in
.1. D. McBride's hardware store.
three dozen fire-bricks, one-third
regular size, and varying in contents, 11-<>■ 11 sr, sxi |.2, in nn
SKi-2, These Bricks have been
token al n while heal nml
suddenly emerged into n tub of
iee-water, ami were unaffected
by this sudd xteetn change of
temperature. This test is ro.
cognized by those who are posted
The Fink Mercantile Company at
Home in their New
Building.
Tlie Fink Mercantile Company
have this week entered into their
new quarters on linker street.
On Wednesduy morning tho
doors were thrown open for llie
first time for business, und all is
now alive in thut plaee. This is
the largest and besl establishment now iu Granbrook und is a
credit tlie city ami its proprietors. The store is 50 feel wide
by luu feel in depth. On the
right is the clothing department
and on the lefl the grocery,
while in the center is lobe found
shelves laden with boots mul
shoes, anil crockery. Down
stairs will be found the vegetn
hies anil case goods. Upstairs
will be seen the tailoring establishment and store rooms, while ,„ ,i        ,      ,   ,    i
"ll the  subject   In   be   the   most
in   trout   there are    two large I  ,,,. „,,,,,,         ,           ,.   ,
,,,. , *>   severe tost that oan be applied.
suites  ol    offices.    The   w in c      .,, , ,,,    ., .,     ,   ,
. i lie deposits   are siiuated  -
store is modern in its arning
ments. The heating is by hot
water, lighted by electricity, the
cash carrying system is perfect,
lliere lieiug Installed a complete
system known as the Lttiusoll's,
By this all cash and accounts
are handled from the cashier's
box. It is expected that a formal opening will take place in
the near in I ure
King Edward Wins Prize.
Ring Edward VII of England,
us an exhibitor, captured tirsi
prize with his shire stallion,
Prince Victor, al lhe international
live stock exposition, won from
lord Rothschild's stallion G ri toon
Chanier.
Accidents at Fernie.
George Chilton, u young
Englishman working in No. ll
mine Coul Creek, had his right
foot severely injured lasl nigh!.
a loaded mine car passing oyer
It, Ho was removed to Ills home
in wesl Pernie where he received
medical attention. It is mil expected he will sutler permanoul
disability,
miles from the Crow's .Vest railway mul only u few miles from
Cranbrnnk. There is u lirsi
class wagon road from the deposits in the railroad, therefore,
there ure nn expensive wagon
roads to be constructed,
Mr, lly.iini has jusl mado public his discovery, although he
bus been working steadily in his
laboratory for nearly three
months experimenting on materials from many deposits, but he
has only found two deposits thai
contained the proper Ingredients
iluu would go together in the
righl i liemica) proportions to
produce n tirsi class fire-brick.
When asked aboul these deposits be said: "That, without
doing any development work at
nil, there were several thousand
tons of the raw material in
sight." When asked about his
plans, he said: "He would sell
out if he could get his price, and
tliaat he has already had an
overture of purchase from one
of the big coul companies of the
(.'row's Nesl i'ass. who use
thousands of dollars worth of
thoso bricks annually."
He also stated that, "he had
i bee requested by   some  of  tho
RIolmrdHlghain, employed atheadlng business  n of Cram
Coal Creek  mines,  mol  with u|brookto  form n company and
painful ncc'ulenl yesterday mul
one which nocossltilted lilsremoV'
ul lo lhe Pernie general hospital,
While drawing some waler near
llle holler houso he llccltloillly
slepped into  u   Iin!   willol'   Innl;
scalding one rool sovoroly,
Ido Piarese, iiii Italian laborer
working al tho Coal Creek mi nes,
me! wilh a. filial accident ul thai
pluee yostorday al 7 10 a, m,
tie wns knocked down by u uun
iug railway car uiul fell under
the wheels and wus crushod In n
terrible milliner The Injured
man wus convoyed lo tho Pornle
hospital were he SIICCUI I  ill    II
p. in. Deceased wns ill years of
age, unmarried, uud loaves an
aged iiinlher in Italy, An inquest is being held today by col''
nner llleiisdell
piii in a brick plant aud start
manufacturing lire brick here iu
Cranbrook, ns ii would be tho
moans of 'bringing to this city
thousands  of dollars   thai aro
now lieiug sent onl of lhe   cuilli-
in for bricks of ibis description,
Bonspiel at Cranbrook.
A   ling nf  ihe Kootonay
Curling Association was held  in
ll'nsslilllil nil   Her    ."lb,    ill    which
ibe question nf whoro the noxl
bonspiel Bhould bo held, Altor
n warm  bul   [rlendly debate   il
was decided  to hold tho I s
plol this si'iisiui ,n Cranbrook.
Tbe Cranbrook Curling Club
wns represented by P. K. Wilson
mul was admitted to membership iu the unsocial imi I'llK. PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK B.C., DKCKMHKi: -. 1O00.
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KSTAIll.lSHK.il    IB8G
A. B. Grace,
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From End to End oi the store Stocks are Fairly Bristling with Newness
THF. Provincial elections are
assured at some time in
the near future. There is a
square und clearly outlined issue
between the McBride government, representing the conservative party, and a liberal opposition, under llie leadership nf ,1.
A Maedonald, The common interest nf tlie people is u wise
and just administration nf ihe
affairs of the province. This we
have had in the past three years
of conservative administration.,
Tlie affairs of the government
have been conducted in the interest of the entire province.
The duly, therefore, of the people, at the coming election, is
apparent. A man should have
ihe strength of his convictions,
and those convictions should be
his guiding line: and he should
not hesitate to acknowledge und
assert those convictions in llie
face of any sort of opposition
whatsoever. Men are living
their lives, and if they ure to be
men at all, and not mere serfs or
mere dingers to the will of
others, they must assert themselves as they go through life.
Is there any other thing worth
living for than In be a man
amongst men': A reaction has
set in against the opposition party, whose tales nf woe and slander have been rebutted time and
time again and the silly vapor- i
ings ngainsl better terms for this
province will be the "big slick'*
that will hammer them down to
defeat in the coming election.
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There is a noticeable unrest
among the leaders of the opposition ami the lesser lights of I he
party. Like Mieawber, thoy
are waiting for something to
turn up.
'I'lu: conservatives are enthusiastic as well as a bit restless,
yet a rosy view of the future of
the party is taken by the leaders
of the parly who declare thai in
the coining olection the conservatives will carry the province,
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Tlie conservatives, of Craubrook, are counting on this riding us a good lighting ground
for :i strong candidate.
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If you listen to gossip you
have no righl to complain when
you ure ils .subject.
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Too many men act just like
dogs-  howl a great deal and nm I south .Sll rhiiins: thenee wosl "u ehulns
around nights.   What a pity it!'"1'1" ' "' '"'*"■
■    .,..,' ,     ,.   i ;     N"v. Hint,   inun.
is lhat then- ears don I  lop.
::.   Cuuiiuuiii.'hit.'ul u i»iai planted at
lliu auiiiii-w.'.i ,'ui-iM'i' uf timber licence 1
Nu. s'jao: them u»l xo chains: thenue
auiiili 80 i'liiiiiis, Ihenee weat Stt chains:
thence north su ,'tiiiin. t„ place ul com-
IT would lie unfuir for us to point to any one doparl
ment us the peer nf the rest. Whal wo attempted in
dn we have accomplished tixed n that no matter what
Hue of goods you are interested iu, thut section answers
"Ready" with confidence,
LADY SHOPPERS
Will   Iiiui   much   in   Dress Goods and
Mantles to interest them.
■ We've been particularly particular to assure ourselves
that every weave and pattern is whal will be tlie
exactly   correct thing foi the Coming Season
fhere is ,i pleasing diversity nl fashion
ableness aiming all thai pertains in Ladies
wear. All nf these lines will In- cut in tlie
ven bone. I'or .17'• cents wc will oivi
you a line nt tweeds am! serges the latest
patterns ami designs regulai price •-, cents.
We have one line nl tweeds ue will sell il
j: cents regular 511 cent goods.
Beautiful wide-wale Dress goods      S
lengths the ven  lati -; at si.oi   ind >
regular price si.;; .asd <:. on.
We cannot quote you prices on all lines here, Im! will
cheerfully dn so when you Call a: the Store
I carlipc   Underwear   Waists   in   Silk.
LtJUlUo      Wool   and  Cashmere all to
~~~~~~~*     be  sold at wholesale prices.
Mens Wear
\\ i will sell Mm lleaw Underwear all
sizes al si.io pel suil regularly sold for
v '.ih'.    Top shirts will He sacrificed.
MENS   SHOES
\\ c have I he Prank Slater shoe, the
Kngle Shoe Co.'s high class shoe. The
\inericaii Walk-over shoe and man} other
line-,.     We will ijllOte yotl one or two prices
wIiii Ii will largely govern all:
We will sell you a $5.00 shoe for $2.90, a $6.00
shoe for $3.50. a $3.50 shoe for $1.85.
MENS   SOX
We have 300 dozen Mens Son m Cashmere and heavs wool. We iiiiist unload
them at cost,
LADIES   FURS
\ll mn i.ailics fins must go and the
assortment is most Complete at prices that
defy Competition. We fancy that a call
will satisK.
20TH CENTURY CLOTHING
Sec tltc prices we quote on 20th Century
Clothing. While Clothing made by tlie
average makers will be sold at Irom S3.90 a
soil up.
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CRANBROOK'S GREATEST STORE
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BARRISTERS AMD SOLICITORS
CUANBUOOK,     -    B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cl'aillll'OOk *      British Columbia
C H. DUNBAR
IIAKKISTKi:, SOLICITOR
uml NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oranbrook, H.C.
6. H. Thompson
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
t'I'uiilii'iHik, B.C.
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THOMAS   MoVITTIE
P.L.S. * CE.
Port Steele B.C.
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Physician »nd surgeon
OFFICE AIIMSTKOXII   AVK.
Hours:  ii to 11 n.m. !iol p.m.
7 In Span.
Phono Offloo 10j    Rosldouoo 1011
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TIMHKR   NoTlfl'*..
'I'uki- nulii'i' tlml thirty iluys after |
date wi- inl.-ml in upply  in tlm l lii.f
t'nmiuisslnncr of Uiuilsiiud   Works at
Vii'tel'ill Inl" permission In i'lll anil I'lll'l-y
awuy liuilii'i' from tlio fnllowhif,' do-
ai'i'iln-il lauds In Sunt|i Kust ICnotetllly:
I. I'liinini'iti'inii tit ii peat planted HIO
i'liuins nortli uml 11W rliains weat nf the
point where tin- west Imttnilury nf l.ol
llll!*:! intersects lhe north  liotinilary nf
pi 1,1 at i a all    Nn,    '.ISI;   Ihelli'i'   ileal    Sll
eliuiiis: iliiiii'i' .until sii I'huiiia: theuee
east Sll i'lialns: Hi,'in'.- nni'lh SO ehulns
iii plum, nf eoiitnieneontent.
Nov. Hint, Wm''.
-.   <'iiiiiini'iii'ini: ut a pnsl pluutod 1(10 j
eliaitia north and inn chains west nf the j
point ivheru the wont boundary nf l.nt
IHIHII Intorseets the north lioitudury nf
preemption Nn. usl: thou inrtli sn
i'liuins: thou uai  sn ehulns; tlionoo
What the opposition thinks of
itself is of little interest lo tlie
province. The size of its hump
of self-appreciation has long
been known hy its actions in
pnst sessions of the legislative
assembly.
DKAYING
Call up ilie Citj 'I finish 1
when \ mi want your I'nin 1
tnre. I'laiio. or Baggage
transferred.
W. E. Worden
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HEADQUARTERS W)
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again this year  wiih n
larger   assortment   than W
over before, nf W
j|      Toys,  Fancy      W
Goods, China anil W?
Glassware       ttffo
Also 11  largo riiilgo of M'/s
"Cranbrook Souvenirs- and Christmas Post Cards wfi
Bring tlie Children to sec ihe Mechanical Figures  \M
Nnv. lIHtll, moil.
I.   ruin nelnttittu pout plunteil  80
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Mrs   Hklnn teacher of the
mis.   ni&IUU PIANOFORTE
Special attention to touch.
technique,   phrasing  ami
grading of studies.
For purtii'iiliirs apply tn C. 15, Held A
I'o.. The Druggists.
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot every Wednesday
nt s p.m. i„ II.I..K. Muil
Visiting   llrnihi'i's Cordially   Invited
r. UiissTatm. u*. President
.1. Brechin*, Secy.
Dr.  Collin.  Aorlo Pliysloiun,  I'. 11.
Box 28,
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% Rocky Mountnin Chapter I
| NO. 126.  n. a. m. |
£ Regular meetings:—2ml Tues- £
1 duy in eiieh month ut eight S
;-S   o'clock. 5:
i      Sojourning Companions   ure
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ordially invited
Wm. f. Tate, Soribo E.
j|        fins  4        CKAXIIKOOK
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WILL PIPER
IS COMPLETE
Reraemhoi' we carry the only stock of 11)0(1
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended tu promptly.
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Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS  UNII   ANIi  4TII   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   lirothern   cordially   Invited
0. IS.,   A. McCOWAN.
Seeretary, 'I'. MARSHALL
Tall.' Ni,ll"- 11,
twill iH'iy i"
l.ali'l- mill Hull,
Mi   MOTICM.
ll .Ixtj 'III,- am
lli inn .'lnnu-: lli.'in usl llii'liiiilisi
point where the west houmlary n( l.m   'In'  nortli  I''" i'liuins i" pIlM '
mi:i:i Intersect, the north  Imiiuilun   nf eoniineneenienl.
pi pllon.N'o, ii'i: thenee north sn      Nn,. L'stl,. iiiiiii.
,-iniin-. iim mi's' 10 chain*: thei     Coniiuonclng nt a post plaiilcd-10
norlh l" 'ii.nn-. thei  u-eai 2n ehahiai   ohulns iiusl id tin' aoulh-wesl  -n.-i- nf
ili.ii.-'' south 120ehain.: tlienee eaai no   ilmlier llceiiee  No,  WiO: tliolteii wusl
'•Iniin-tn I'lu I''"iiiiii.'iii'i'in.'iii. in   ..lum,-;   'I,,.  -j,uih   inn ehulns:
Nni. ■.'•-'i .1. I'n'i. u„.:i , io chains: tliuneo north Hie
ll.    i "iiiui.'iieing ;il ,i posl i'iii    .•:,,iiii- in Iii" |>llli I   in" uunt,
ill"   »".i   luiiiiiiliii'i  ,,f   l,i,i   mi:',:;,    I - ■ >       .'.,,'   '.'-'I,,   lnnu.
.•linins iimi'" in-1.—in.rili ..I Hi.-  north'      in.   Conimeneing al  n  posl   platitud
"I'll Ueiniliiry n(  preeniptlon   Nn   ■'-p   al the aolltll-wusl  ' '  "'   llinhui   li-
thonee weal I Iniin- more or less  i me No 7SH: tlience wosl tun "Iniin-:
il ii-' I clary of timber licence No,   , i,.-,,.... -,,,,,,, in ehulns: thence oust Imi
7H4-I: the    nnrlli   III cliuln.,  thui  ehalu-: llience norlh   10 ehulns lo pi
llll   Inn "Imili- linn" nr I"-- to I In- n.-ai   ,,( ,. mi'lii'iniii'lil.
Isnindai-} "' I...1 Mill: Ihenee loitowinti |    Nm. 2sih, llllll!,
-uiil western iHiiindary to thi' plaei
eoniiiienceiiienl.
lice, l-i. Iiiui.
II.
 IIV    jll    11   piisl   plllllleil
ui Hi" iiiiilli-wi'a ii"i- "f limher li-
rciiei   *'... HSIjIli llniii" "ii-l  sn eluilus:
"""'"" ' '"'    rnllowlnn  i.        T.    ('inn lining al ii   plunteil in   lh  |m|ll|| H|| (.1]|l||]H, ,|„.   w,.,| sll
'Tir^nJrrr"'!, ,m  M,.rii,  " ■'""'"",l"*"7'  >*<■>  "<  '""  .in,,,.- a  so chains 1	
l.nl I.,'ill,mil r.11,',1 Tli  Ilni kl'iul'li/i' -  In     I'— '" Hi" lliil'lll-""- 'lllU-III   l-illlll.fr I      Nl:(      jjlltl.    limit
'elmlns.     Thel'i'ira ' Seal   I'n-  Liiinher ('".
In..
i'liuins  llii'iii'i' W".l '"Hi -li;,in-    n
ti, iin- Kii.1 Imiia "i nn- Ktiottuin) ii
Norili iiiitv illiiin.iiimiK ni" Kn.i I,
rlvor to llio Ullli imnllol, tlio ■ P,
■'liuiiii moro "r i"«- In plnee fifoiiiiiin
— in tli" norili
a- 'iH'iii'i-  I ii.'.' No "''-II. i
'  ""■'"•   il> " ensl 1 1
'■',' ii'iri'ii,'  llio wesl liouiuhiry of l.ol lUCIil: ihciu
uli ,,mi,,-  uni'ili   Id cluihia lo pluee of comiiionc
'"j I.i.i., I mm .
Iinviii llreekont'ldgu, Agont,
|ii'i'tni-siiiti tn em nml eurry uwuy lim-
l.nr li'.iiu llm folhiwlng duscrllieil luml
in SiHiili-eiisi Kiininmiy. ('ominonclnu
ni ii posl planted 20 eluilus north nf
ih" witness post ul l.m ntllltl mi Iho .u-i
Imili, nl lli" Kooienay rlvor opposite
iim snnili-wi'si cornor nl l.m 111175:
ilim ivusl so ehaliis: llii'iii'i' -imili un
I'llllillS  '" less In   III"   lliil'lll    lill"   nf
timlier li""  lllllil: thei u-i in tho
mii'i h-eiisi  corner  nl    said    liconoo:
llience solllll 211 cliuius  I I'   les- In
Hie lliil'lll   line nf     illlh.'i     liei     ap.
plied fur hy u-i them asl  un ehaius
moro or luss In tho wesl luiiindiiry of %
l.ui iin:t:i: ilieiii'" liillnwiiig-iiiii ivustorn I 0
I Hilary nf l.nl 1111:1:1 nortli SO chains' 4
iii.'M-nl' l,--s In Hie plucc ill  " llli'lli'i •!   4
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Nm. 2111 li. Illllli. j   {
'I'he I 'eon's Nesl I'uss I her Co,    1
Ltd..     I..."iil.il>. ,   0
liuihl Bri'i'lioni'lilgc, Agont,    | 4
nnnnnmiimmmmTimTm'm'mnn
fTonsorial Parlor!
A  Good  Baker
Tliu uvt'ti in thi' kiHiU'iiuv liutiKO is M'ii'iiiilii'iill.v
|>l'ii}inrtii)lii'it In Ilir size nf lhe tirt'-hox, mi lluit- nn 111111*11
fin.'I can In' blll'lltM. liiiin is uliHollttol.V iH'ci-ssiiry In huill
Lliu nvt'li.
Tin'liven is lini'il with heavy slii'ft Htoul, \v\\'w\\ is u
HTuut   rtuliiiini' n,   luml  uml   liiBiirua k  unlforni  houi
tlll'OlltfllOUt the OVOIl.    lluilillM/i'l' nf ll 11 tii I nf hl'Ottll IlollIU
lmil ilntn- nn nut- side anil hnrtii'il on tho other,
The Knoli'iiu.v l.iinyv U Imili nn sutotlLillo |)t,ilHi.|)l'Jn
llinnij/linui. und sliolllrt In- I'lin-fnlly OXlHtlincd Immro
btivlnuf unv othoi*.
Bond lor Booklet
BLOWER WORK A SPECIALTY
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TIU'.MAS IIIIIII IlllNIIIIIIII'..
Innlil llii'i k.'111'lili.'i'. Ari'til.
II"".  1-1.  lllllil.
X,    I' III'llIN III ll post   lillllltell III
ilie soiilh-wcsl ''"i'li"! ill timlier licence dale  «
Nu. HyflO: thei west 10cliuius:tlience Coiuinl
IIMIIKI:    Ni i'l'll !■:.
Take i e iimi  thirty duy- niter
,|e   we   ml.mil   In   upply  In III" Cllii'l
I M I IllUIVl-    DIVUO.       Ventilating Engineers
*****     *AsssS*>      *ma**
i Gaioary Game Go.
and
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Hollers nnd t'lirnuce Work «
•Specialty.
Cost nnd Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application,
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
ume For Sale
Fresh burned Crow's
Nest Lime in any
quantity.
Inqulra ill Fink Mercantile
building,
Kerr & Campbell
Km ll Cool nnd Clenll Bllnvn
Or ii I'.'ileil, Hair Cut
A llul orOoll) Until
':"T"WaltRi'B.Laing„^;T;|Nll:
Krcsli and Salted Moats
Kiali and I'ouitry in Season
f Llllills llllll Works   for J fUUUUUUUUUUUimUUUIiUUUUllUUJ
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J. M. DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
New Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   «, „„„„
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having buck yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
matter lo lie taken away, should
leave orders wit!	
I .nave onion at the I 'Ity (dorks olllqo
nr drop a postal eiii'd iu Bo* 106, tuf: prospector, cranbrook, h c, DKCKMBBR
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BREWING CO., LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUUERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER § PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside  Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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TELEPHONE NO,
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Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.   !i
*the gtftwpector
SATURDAY, DEC. s. 1906.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC)
RAILWAY
Winter Excursions
E A S 'I'
$67.45
CRANBROOK
to Montreal, Toronto
and nil ooints wost thereof in
ONTARIO and QUEBEC
Quebec, St. John, Halifax
Maritime Provinces
ItATfiS ON APPLICATION
Tickets oii sale daily Nov.
24th to December Hist.
Round Trip     First Class
THREE MONTHS LIMIT
Old Country Rates
$78.45 Return
Halifax or St. John
RETURN OCEAN FARES
Saloon     Second   Steerage
£i>:>.n0    #70.00      ftfltoto
and up according; to steamer
Poi' detailed information sailings
ocean steamers lirst class, or tourist sieepst' reservations upply to
lonal agents or write
(ieo. HilHer, Agent Cranbrook,
to. .1. Coyle, A.G.P.A., Vancouver
.1. S. CARTER, D.l'.A., Nelson
TTMBKR NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after date
I intend to apply to the Chief Conunis-
sioiter of Lands and Works at Victoria
B.C. for a special licence to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Bast Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted twenty
chains soutli of the .South west corner
of the Isabel mineral claim, thence east
eighty chains, thence north eighty
chains,thence wost eighty ohains, thonco
south eighty chains to plaoo of commencement,
Dated November 12th, 190(1,
Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co., Ltd.,
4H Ed. B'eagan, Agent.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to Hon,
The (!hief (lommisstoner of Lands and
Works at Victoria, B, C, for a licence
to prospect for coal and petroleum ou
the following described lands, situate
iu block 459... South-east Kootonuy district of llritish ('olumbla: Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the
south-east eorner post of Isaac Brlggs'
elaim, lot No. tiWW and being the initial or north-west corner post of A. T.
Caldwell's location, thenee east HO
chains; theuee south HO ehains, thonco
wost HU chains: thenco mirth HO chains
to place of beginning containing *>40
aoros more or less.
Located Nov. Uth MM.
A. T. Caldwell, Locator.
(i. M. .Inilii, Agent.
Commonolng at a post planted adjacent to the south-oast corner of M.
Laugley's claim lot 11007 and being the
initial or south-west corner post of G00,
M. Jndd's location; theuce east HO
chains, thenee north HO chains: thenee
west HO ehaius: thence south HO chains
to plaee of beginning, containing 040
acres more of less.
Located Nov. Iflth 1900,
Geo. M. Judd,  Locator.
Commenoing at a post planted adjacent to the north eust corner post of J.
D. Gooden's claim, lot 0905 and being
the initial or north-west corner |>ost of
W. M. Violet's location; thence east
HO chains; thence south 80 chains:
thence west B0 chains; thence north 80
chains to place of beginning containing
040 acres more or less.
Located Nov. 15th 1000.
W. M. Violet, Loeator.
Geo. M. Judd, Agent.
Commonolng at a post planted adjacent to the north-east cornor post of (J.
Douglass'claim, lotOIMIaud being the
Initial or north-west oornor post of Joe.
Tanuhaiisor's looatlon; thenee east HO
chains: thonco south HO ehains: thence
west 80 chains; thence north HO ehains
to plaee of beginning containing 040
acres more or less.
Looated Nov. 15th 1000.
Jeo. Tannhauser, Locator.
Geo. M. Judd. Agent.
TIMBER NOTICK.
Tuke notice that JtO days after date I
intend toapply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for u speeial
licence to out and carry timber from
the following described hinds in Kust
Kootonay:
Lioknck   A.
Commonolng  ut a post marked  1*.
Jensen North-East corner post licence
A. about i of a mile North of Skoukum-
chuek river on a point where Cariboo
ereek runs into Skookumehuek river;
thenee south HO ehains: thenci1 west
HO chains; thence north HO chains:
thenee east HO ehains to place of he-
ginnlng containing 040 ueres more or
less.
Dated this 14th day of Nov. 1000.
to. Jensen. Loeator.
LlCKNCK    11.
Commencing at a post marked I*.
Jensen North-Kast eoruer post licence
B, adjoin ing licence A; thence South
HO chains: thenee west HO chains: thenee
North HO chains: thence East SO chains
to place of boglnnlng containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated this 14th day of Nov. 1000.
I\ Jensen,   Locator.
LlCK.WK   C.
Commencing ;it a post marked i\
Jensen North-West corner post licence
('. adjoining licence 11: theuce Kast HO
chains, thence South HO chuins. thence
West 80 chains, thence North 80chains
to place of beginning containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated this Uth day of Nov. lttOO.
to. Jensen, Locatoi-.
Licence D.
Commencing at a  post   marked P,
Jensen North-East corner post licenco
D, adjoining licence II and <': thenee
West HO chains; thence South HO chains,
theuce Kast HO chains: thence North HO
chains to place of beginning containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated thisHth day of Nov. 1000.
P. Jensen, Locator.
Licence E.
Commencing at a post marked P.
Jensen North-East corner post   licence
E, adjoining licence A: tlie
North-West corner; thence South HO
chains: thenee West 80 ehains; thenco
North 80 chains; thence Kast HO ehains
to place of beginning containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated thist15th day of Nov. 1000.
P. Jensen Locator.
Licence p.
Commencing ut a  post marked   I'.
Jensen North-East corner post about i
mile West of licence K: thence Soutli
80  chains: theuce West   HO   ehaius:
thence North HO ehains: thence Kust HO
chains to place of beginning containing
040 acres more or less.
Dated this I'Uh day of Nov. 1IHMI.
P. Jensen. Locator.
Licence O.
Commencing at u  post  marked P.
Jensen South-East corner post about li
miles Kast of licence  A:  thenee West
80  ehains:   thenee   Nortli   SO ehains:
tlience Kast HO chains: thonoe Sooth 80
chains to plaee of beginning contain in
040 acres more or less.
Dated this Ifith day of Nov. 1000.
48 V, Jensen.   Locator,
tiANl)   NOTICK.
Tnko notion tlmt sixty days ufter iliu<< I tu
total tn npi'ly to iho I'liicf Com mint-loner "f
Uuals ami Works at Viotorlu, It. C, for por-
liiihsltin tn   IHiratlUtu   Ihu  fnllitwhm ili'Ni'i'llicd
lumls io Kust ICooteiiH)'.
Cotntiioiuilnif ut ii post i iln ii ti mi at iliu South-
wost oornor of tlmbar licenco nutniior r-lSil ami
on tlm Husi llm* of Lui HOJtll, ami called Simon
Kimble's North-west cornor pOBt, thoneo South
forty ohulns, tlionooEnsttwontyohatns, thence
Soutb sixty ohnlns, theuoaEust twenty elmlns,
to tlmbor licence numbor T488, thence North
hI'iiik timber Hoopoe No. u*z ISO aiming to tim-
ber lloorio* No. T48!t, thenco West forty ohulns
alomt timber I ice hit No. MM to plucc of cum-
tiioticement, .■oniniiiinK 'inn ncrus more or loss.
SIMON KIMRLK,
David Rrockonrhlso, itgont,
Nov. 4th Usui. lli
TIMUKII NOTICK.
Take Notice that thirty days after
date we intend to apply to the Chlof
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, 11. C for permission to eut
and carry away timber from the following dosorlbod lands in South Kast Kootenay, v[/.,
Commencing at a post plunteil on the
South east eorner of Loi 404. running
south fifty chains more or less to the
northern boundry of Lot SfiOfi, thence
east 100 chains more or less to the
western liooudry of Loi IIM, Ihenee
north oiglity chains more or less to Lot
L\ thonoo west sixty chains, South
twenty chains, wost forty chains to place
of commencement, containing040aoros
more or less.
Dated November 12th, 1000.
40 Crow's Nest Pass Lumber Co.. Lid.
Lead Production for 190b.
Taking British Columbia's
production of lead in 1906, at
about 80,000 tons (G. O. Buchanan, distributor of the lead
bounty, says that "production is
now going on at tho rate of 80,-
000 tons por annum,") the value,
calculated at the average New
York price for the year, less 10
percent, will be about $8,000,000^
The province's production of
lead for all years to 1900 inclusive, has reached a total of about
226,000 tons, valued at nearly
118,000,000, more than one-third
of which, by the way, has been
produced during the last three
calendar years. The total
amount paid as bounty on lead
during the three fiscal years
ended June 80th last was $615,000
the appropriation authorized
was $500,000 per year. It is be-
lieved the market price of lead
will remain as high during the
remainder of the current fiscal
year that there will not be any
bounty paid during the 1906*7
period. It is well to remind any
who may conclude that because
no bounty is payable under existing conditions lead mining is
not being carried on, that, as
Mr. Buchanan points out. there
is no shrinkage in the industry.
Similarly there should be kept
in mind the fact that a larger
tonnage of ore is being mined and
a smaller proportion of lead produced does not necessarily mean
that the lead mines are "petering
out." On the contrary, it shows
that, owing to the high price
prevailing, ore of much lower
grade can be treated at a profit
and is being utilized accordingly,
consequently what may without
explanation appear to be a disadvantage is a decided advantage,
since mine owners are under existing conditions able to mine
and treat at a profit ore that
when the price of lead was much
lower was to all intents and pur
poses of no value to them.—B.
C. Record.
THE   FOLKS AT   HOME
Would rather have your
PICTURE FOR  XMAS
Than anything nine
Better have it taken early as
there is always a rush the last
few weeks.
Prest rnoto Go.
Studio.
Picture Framing a SpeGialtu
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
"Wt»rtr'* Protection"
Dare the makers
of the Slater Shoe
imperil the value of
a $250,000 trademark by putting
out unworthy shoes bearing
their brand ? And the value
of that brand represents the
difference between the protection of the wearer of unknown
shoes and the famous Goodyear Welted
Slater Shoe
i     % CRANBROOK
" HOTEL m
KGuests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \
$4.00
13.50
For Men J™      For Women $5M
REID & CO., Exclusive Agents, Cranbrook
tit <u
M Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommo- $[
f} Nations   for   tho   public   unequalled   in
Cranbrook.
■; HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    tl
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under  New   Management
Headquarters for mining   '•'■       When you want a  good
men and old timers. I   Place  '" stoP come to the
'•   Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
Corporation of tbe City of Cranbrook
DELINQUENT TAXES
1 'urt lonlar attention is directed to the
lollowing extract from soetinn 150, elmp.
112, Municipal Clauses Act:-  .
•'The rate.a and taxes tin laud or on
improvement)*, special or otherwise,
whieh are unpaid on tho Illst day of
December in each year shall bear interest therefrom, until paid in full, at
tho I'lito of olffht per eenl per annum
thereon:"
< 'ity Clerk's (mice      Thos. M. Roberts
Cranbrook. II. ('. Collector.
»*«♦»■»»»*»♦*'»;,*»♦•♦»♦«♦»**
LC0HN |
Tailor % Importer of
Fine Woolens.
Oranbrook, ll.C. Armstrong Ave
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter %& Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
Granbrook
n Livery
GEARY * DOVLE, PKOP'S
Teams und drivers furnished for any point In tho districl.
A. DOYLE, Manaifnr
" * *   iiiiii'
MXlaiyj
All Kootenay
Steel Range
wearing parts
are made extra heavy
Kootenay
Range
London-Toronto- Montreal
Winnipcg-Vancouver-St.JohnN.B
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
mmmmm,mM.9m,9m.*9
i Patronize Home industries {
I by I
H Buying Tour Candies ^
* 9 Fresh From the  # j
KITCHEN" ,
The ingredients used in all our candies 8
are the purest, nutritious, wholesome and ™
delicious.
I    Made   In  Cranbrook    *
*mmm*******t**9*w********
Fresh In Today
Mackerel
Fresh Salmon
Salt Herring
Fresh Halibut
Kastern nnd Olympia Oysters
Dressed TURKEYS and CHICKENS
Dominion Meat Co.
FOUND
ON BAKER ST., ONE DOOR WEST OP
IIII.I.  ,v   CO.     The oul)   plaee In lown
.   Uiul eiiii iimke Iir.- wnrili tlie Mvlntr.
TIE
an Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
Baker Street,      Cranhrook, B.C.
Illli
Lighted   By   Electricity
-   Heated By Hot Air   -
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   KOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
LEflSKJ HENDERSON I
£
£
£
£
|    *" FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
£ — Always Up-to-Date — 2
H 3
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.G. zs
*iniliiUiUiiliailaUUaHuiuuuummiiuii,u,umau*
Wholesale
LIQUORS m CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBEL .V CO., Hay and Grain.
Granbrook, B.C.
pfPPM
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| NORTH   STAR       I
HOTEL J
I P. Burns & Go. 1
*~~ Head Ottku,
*SZ Oalfrnry, Alberta
Main Office tor "Bait Kootenay,
Cranbrook, B.C
l'HONE III
J Kimberley,   B. C. x
9 9
9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor. _ _,— _T 9
The most exacting standards of criticism pre-       3
fc        vail mid none but the best finds favor with us.        31
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
I our Stock \. Christmas Trade
r    Be Especially Fine
Royal Hotel
£ Dealers'" Abattoir and Cold Storage-^
j£    Live s,ock at Calgary. Alberta.   %
^iiiiiiiuiiiiuuiuiuuuiuiuiusiuuaiiiuiiiiuiiuiiiiiiuiiiiu^
3;Marysville, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
The abovo hotol lum been recontly oreolcd, and noally furnish-
od throughout, Tho Bar Is suppllod with llio busi brands of
Liquors unci Cigars, i'lll   I'KOSPECTOR. CKANUUOOK   li C,  UKt I.MI'l.l; *, I'.iuK
9**99****************9*** 99*************************9  V\1^\g
I WELCOME TO THE NEW STORE     l
GOODS
i
I
THERE is a time in the history of progressive
institutions when the old order of things must
give place to a newer and better one.
THE period has been reached in this store when more
modern and commodious premises were absolutely
necessary to our growing trade.
WE now welcome our many friends and patrons
to *"THE NEW STORE" where everything-sparkles with
brightness and cleanliness. Everything is new but the
policy of the store remains the same viz. to supply the
highest standard of merchandise at reasonable prices
combined with excellent service.
HAND COMFORT A word tu the wearer from the Maker:
\\ •■ believe each pair ol our gloves represents the high
isi  grade ol  leather value known in the modern
iti world.    Nothing is superior to Arabian Mocha,
I VVelmvetlilsyear GENUINE MOCHA.     What   is  it?     A genuine  Mocha
* tllc   Largest    As- Skin comes from the mountain goat of Arabia and
* s»rl ever brought is s|„      , ,,.,„„ ,,,,.„ „, , fa      ti     , ,„ l||(, n
* into the District.
* Tovs [''iitiov(louds l'"i* Misses Lined Arabian Mocha Milts 75c.
*♦        fumory, Tollei Articles,        Ladies Lined        " "      Driving Gloves $2.00
* ,'' ,s' ,'',''""'"  l;''1'""'' Ladies Fm Lined Arabian Mocha Gloves $■>.so
i*i Goods, I Iniin, ainlii very -1 -1
'& lino lino of Townoy's Chocolates Mens Lined Arabian Mocha Gloves $2.50 and si.no
_* in suiilli packages,
w.        ' "''   III   till    Km::       llie     IvIlOt'C    yOll —••.•_.
* Jin  Mi\    il"' I'lll' WT.ST.
9     '',:,',",,,. P   A'i"iih'nM NOTHING  LIKE LEATHER  "Its Ami Scorch"   Horse
&    l*l*,/\l III', iv Ah11 SON 11 1   1    ,1     iiu     ,      11,      a .*
■'• „ llido  Leather  is  leather  tanned  right.    "Anti
*      Where t Pays to Dea. «     , ■■     ,,       .   , ,,    •,, ,    ,,    ,
scorch nulls and gloves will withstand heat,
steam and hot or cold wain, arc fire proof, can
In- washed with snap and water and will dry out
soli and pliable, Too tough to tear. Cant crack
Won I rip.
* l'l*. \l 'II I.l,'     UAN'I'I'.h
* i m MiiryHvllli'inililli'w'l I.   Dulles
^ 1 iiinnictlff   lllll.   .1 li   ll'Oi       \|<pli
**i    ii nn    1 11 Iii   1 1 iiiiu'jiiion* nml salary
^    |.|S|l,Vtl',|    ll,    It    llllllnwMHl     I"    ll.    II.
i ''l.m'     Sivtj     ,\tarys\ llin   -"'I I
:
At ..... .-..«! ..      ll"'>'l'»U II1IIIT   a   O..  Ol  .lillll.ll
£     The   Nov   Premises u,n   Enable   Us »|wusiu ihociiy Tiies-lti} om
Mens Lined "Anti Scorch" 1 doves Si.25, s 1.50, s 1.75
lioo. li. Jewell,  president of      " " "     Gauntlets $1.50, si. 75
▼ iho .leu,'i i.uniiiei' Co., orJalTray I Mens I Inlined "
cost.     Wil
■rallv than hi  have d mi ' nrl     ■*     I*        reeled 9  pan.v huslnos
Mens Buckskin <lloves 1.2s
Iiloves si.25, 1.50, 1.75
f
9 "'■"""""*•"> -:»""-■»" i iMcns Heavy Lined Horse Hide Mitts 7ic
J to give prompt and efficient service.    Will J ll.  \V.   Ooniihiio and G. W. Hoys Unking Lined Mitts Soc
« carry  a larger and more varied class   f goods,    W "    "'   '                                                                  X Owmis of Wiinlner woro trans-
«, 1                           .1   .      ■      ;       '      e !»! .i, iiiii-    busiuuss iii   i ranbrook                                              -          -
able us to preserve that order that eh inhness *o ossein * i'H0SJin.                                                                         _».-.-..»
9 in a successful store, Keep Your Eye on this space next week anil every week ■*                     ,                       f^y        o-m-y      y-k ^x^ T^T"fc O
' Winnipeg, J. |    (j.      l.KUVjllKS.
THE FINK MERCANTILE CO., LTD. I
'1 -    * ».
* V, Hlomnoi'of Soutllo uiul I.. L.
A Lloiistij of Vancouver wore refris
jt   tt'1'od al Iho Uruuhrook Tuesday.
? r^**88**9**8^ Oranbrook,
**#****#***«******#*******^ |gr3 Cline   I
  ________________________________aa___a.a..a_    i    !ll>a-.« j
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS. CLOVES, HOOTS and SHOES
-    B.C.
TIMIIKl: N'OTII '•'..
Take Notice thul  thirty .In,.
flute ive Intend* to upply to tin
C nissloneroi Lumls unil  \V.
ut Vi.'i..i'in. II. f.'„ ror i'.'i*mi-
uut nml cart'.v iiwiij timlier
followlnsr lleserilieil lumls in
Husi Kootenay, cominenetnn
N'orth-WesI corner ol l.ol ASH i
South eighty ehnlns. Wosl
ehains, North eluhly chain:
S^^^^^i^SfeSS^Si5kw>     dTilC IH'CIOlH'CtOV.      j        o[nonius not i'
([/ jll '*- T 2      run now l»' li'iiii'l in Hit'
m %\ '*
h  We   Guarantee   Satisfaction
The Quality Store
8
/' MAMTollA  IIOTK1,
88  '  4/ First I'liuw Woi'k In all Immi'hi's
,.,...,,i,m,,mmm.immmi'mim-mv  * uf ||u,
ss to
I   GOLD   SEAL    TEA
M Blended Especially  For Us
limn Knslcrly direction j }\fy fl,\
LOCAL NEWS. ! if
nlonu  Ho'   sai.l  right of mij   eighty     Ut
ehulns mom or less to plnoo n-   }jg Everything   1*1
uionccraent, continuing   -l.v   h n nil roil I   W.     money can buy.
an,I forty acres more or less. ....
Crow's N'osl Puss [.iinibor Coy.   Ltd.   \l}
Nov. Til. Iimii. 15
jijM vuuuuuuuuuuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuU':'
.1 SieM'iis of Morrisoy was
i he city Wednesday.
e\v  am    I •
8
•I'lMina:   NOTICK.
Tuke Notice iimi  thirty iluys ul
.Inl,- ive lntoml lo uppl>   lo Iho ''I.
<* missions of Lumls uml   Works  at   Wa
Vietlll'lll, II. C. lor   |i.'i'.iii-i..M   1"   ''ill j ||W K
New "otitis comino in for Xmas ever\ day.
Call in and inspect our stoi k.
C.  Gilleriiy of   Winnipeg
SH    wa> in tho eiiy Tuesday.
M      0. B Taylor and C. V. Hull of
£jyj    N'elson wore in town Monday.
I
Tonsorial Art i
niSSOLLTION NO'l'll'K.
Take  Notice,  Unit   the purtnership
li'Ti'tiifnl Xistlllg   l.i'Uv.'.'M    III.-   nii-
ilorslgnotl. 1'Yunk Henry   Potirson nn.l
(! 'gc il. Jewell as contractors, unilor
the linn n o of "Peui'sonuml.lowell,"
has ihUduy lioon dissolved  by  mutual
IS.'II
■ I    (i.    Robson    was  lip  from      The Imsiness has n ink.
Jaffray Monday on business
i- by
iln- ".l.'iv.'ll Lumber I 'ompany,  Limited." ol .latVray. which eoniputiy hus tis-
1   r'.vilrh nl   H°s r was  in|q , .,,, lllG nubilities or the suid
CAMFB&LL k M5M11« v>,  |~^-™=.:_.=
/fl\   suid piirtnorshlp must lie puid.
| ■"."■■ ■■■ *"'* *      ■•!•■.■" '.■^x^i35^i5x^^5x^iX^**i*x^5^55^5^;i*^$5^^^,W       A    !'.  Chonette   came   down     nated utJullruy. B.C.. .this 7th day
Crow's  Nesl   Pass Lumber Coy. Mil,
Nov. 7th IIIIW. I"
9
liT^ltV'H.'ahls sooX »r i'i;;'«»■'; ''-^'^    9************************
EHSls'triS  J CENTRAL    HOTEL |
i'liuins I,, pluco ol  mul lit, iiiii-       **
mining  sis   hundred uml  rurlj   ucros      i/t
 m,.ri.«.                                    * Marysville, B.C.        COLE & HANDLEY, Prop.
* *
* 9
r-rrilinnXT              * The Loading Hotel of the St.                     9
i STEWnKlo i i       M"^^.-* dry,        *
?V n.'wlv    nrnished.       table   ns                   Tl
TllK LKAIMMi                    * .    ,.                                                9
__             _   .      -—  -                          a* 'Jtnnsi ns nm* in Kiiiitennv.                                    w
Fruit  Store     I *
■A} tff
Nn wonder   everybody   buys]    ^ w
CHOCOLATES    hore.      They
jrot iln isi delicious, perfectly
put'.' kinds, tl.i.t it is  possible In      aVW'Ww 3AAA _£A 3* _* 3A A A iA 3A A AA3A3A iM 3A 3A A
T*t 1$ jlft * **1 flBf**a*s *X ^ *r* ~ ft*. *y *)*). -ns to to **1 n* ^. *tt. *. ^ ^ ^
make.        1 ry     n    p..nmi    oi
"Stewarts" Pino Chocolates.    It i
will convince you  Lhal  wc soil
lhe best.
*   GOOD     SAMPLE     ROOMS   *
Geo. R. Leask & Co
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftrmstrono, ftve
TIMIIKII     Ni.Tlee.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Take N'.ti.'.'i
lend i." apply lo tliu <i
Luis, Specincalions
ami  Estimates
lend in apply lo mo ' . IflMtTlW      **MS^   P**Sit "'
Unda ami Works 111 VI.: or nermUsl.n EB1 dsT ,.. ^'ifciBLl     l»i,*j
Ing deserllied i -  ion Kooionn l :) t^^.'-~^*T*  **■*■ *
.•i.iiiii.i'ii.'iiiL'iiu -il' "' im r'r^s** T^lfe'iijliif
ol LotlvOitS nboul SS i'lmlna Si.lllliwi'sl    .III..        rl f' l \f. ..,,(. .'fljirTlf
Soulhcim eorniT ol 1 ST.".   Ill  ',1 .'= :   *~        /
 >"' ■ ^XasaW^9»mZ'        FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
••O'lt li  lOrtJ   ' M.i Ml—   Id' :■■ ■    I..' »I'lll J        i.i 111 - _       <r      T    • aismr ^p ss^ttm  my^mna.m_•>•    ,
[heneeSou  rr" ''"" * *' ■■■"—■'	
All   kinds   of    building    material
rem Mnrysville Monday on bus- Ur Mm-ciubcr, moil,
iness. !■*. ii. Poiu'siin.
  0. Ci. Jewell.
Mrs. Jonrtings of Fori Sioclf wimcas:  .bis. ,\. .Mciicmi. 4s
wns  visiting   friends  at   Cran- TTxTi   N'OTICE
brook'Wodhesdny. |   tuIio Xutlce tlml  sixty "lay* uftm
dute w im,'inl milking up])licution li
ihent
.„: ol "'  Ilreneei    il llli'lli'i
nhnlns ..i"" or ■ - ■      ■
Kooteuni rive,   tlieiu'i   No * .. « «
more or less nlonu it.. constantly on nana.
11 i  i.". am. iii.-i  So
moi '.'-■' I ll"-' "ne ol Loi                                             .            .     ..     .     v NOTICE.
,,.,. ,,j -.... i..., ■ ..ji.i iiie in"'                                   i. .-.   i   i\  .i   i iiiii ic thul I Intend In apply l"
mor i.—."i'i.."                                      riroko into the pasture  ol   M ..   .  del   r.mimls«lnncr  n( Lunds.V
chows sbst I'Ass ^mukhj  iu     ,,   Heath   ; mile.s east   ol   I'rnn-  IVm-ks f..r |i,'rniissi.in t n und curr.i
.,   ...m brook, ono brov     ireldini    it I .   icrlr tliurollowlnirdnmirlb-
   i*.  years  old,    branded   lignro  .'; .,,    n.s Kunt Kiinloiiii.v.-t'oin-
with It quartet'  circle  ;i ■•■  on     ■            i  post  plunteil _n eliuins
lefl   thigh.    Owner    can    haVe ,'n.i nt      ,,"- 'iii'r nl Lm
, men.'.en: "i* imi'I.-vi.mim - \|    |.     ||,..,,L .,,   h|| |(. t    .„„,!,   s,'i,. „,:
 'I   ''Iiiiiii-   I"   ll..    | I
MINERAL
(roim
NOTICE.
Victoria   and   .fubilee   Mineral
Claims.
ili.u.i.jlii Hi" r'orl Mliilnn 111      '  '
",',', .,'    .. ' i, S„i .,,      :■    i.l SI   Mil
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
i i limn,
u-i'. Lmnbcr < i.
pin .1. I. Ilrldu
It will pin  those who are notic.i .
luuKiii" for woi ll to call nn.l  '  I Intend miipplj n.
'■7^ .'"■     'IH"        1       « * I      •   '      '       ':       ' '  *
Mi„„,  ii in  .Tim    McArthur     ""' '""'''■
",|"„ri„„,, "m.i   ... ,t... ■>...... i.-i —i i      ***m    AtAttAAAjrinixr .,,.„,  ,,,,„, u„  ruiiiiwinij  d..
Wooii.  I'm.   *■ il"  *'"   l'1"'       "''  r:i11   ■■''l"in'   '■""  ■' :,,: '1 ei iicil   n       ti Hinilli KnM. Kiiiiluiiiiy;-
iiiu.iii! 'i '""* ,""1,1 also lil yon oul in , ,,,,.,, . ,.,,,„,., fJi, ,| nl n,,.
::::::;;:;;::.::;:::: :::■'::";.'.■;.''.■/..       ciothcs, shoes,  i	
, "  ||.lts     litC  (WI elHlllnl
,„„l,,„ "'"■ '  '■'*■' |   ■ sl sn
And (urllinr I    ,Sii-        11 „ n .-.* Ua..-. ' ...ei'- '" *."   place. llllllll lieiil,
Hun" *...' ini..... i»t iiiiiii.
I  n.ll..:.'.- Lumber!
„„.,.„lM,.'l.e.".n..
UlllfKl llll" IWIl.ll.) "I *
Hats. lite.
Jim Moflrtlior
■I   'i   Mi I I'll ii     ... ill
Hanson Ave.  Oraniikoiik, H.C,     is
C. li. Willinnis of Winnipeg
unil (iiis Dunn of Montreal were
guestsatthe Craubrook Monday,
Win. Cranston, advance agent
for the [I'isi'iuii (ipet'ii Co., wus
In the city Monday,
R. H. Anderson, manager of
tlm Sullivan mine, and .1. M.
Ksloi'broiik, timber boss were at
Cranbrook Monday on company
business.
.1. Damar, K. A, Creech, H,
Eagleson and J. M. .Nelson of
Vancouver were guests at the
Cranbrook Sunday Inst.
.1. (i. Cummings, 1'. L. S., and
R. \V, Wood, of Pernio were al
Cranbrook On business Saturday
The ('.■ P. R. Is hunting for
I'l'esl s stock iil'pfi'tiires lluit lire
delayed somewhere. Wail for
lh.nn ns Ihey lire llie lines! line
ever offered for sale in Cranbrook
The regular assembly of Selkirk I'i lory and Preceptory was
held in Masonic temple Thursday evoning. Thorn was u goodly number of Sir Knight-** present.
the U.innrublo llie chief Commissioner
nl Lumls nmi Works Inr permission t..
piii'eliiisi' ihe r..lhnviii!;'lleserilieil lands,
commoiicltig ut ii pnst placed al the
Xnrtli-Kiisi eiiruei..I'.I.i.i 5240, running:
Ihenee Ilill eliuiiis Wesl. Ihenee III
ehuins .Snuth, I hence I.K1 chains Kast,
thonee 40 chains North to tho point of
eiimiiienceiiieiil. eiintuiniiijji 1140 acres,
moro nr le.-s.
Hated this Mill day or October IIIOII.
Wattsbui'g 1.umbel' i 'o.
II A. K. U'uiis, .Inr.. Agent.
'J'lMllEH N.i'l'll'K.
Take notice thut thirty iluys ufler
date, I Intond to apply to the Coni-
iiiissiiiner nf Lumls und Works fur a
special license n. eul uml curry uway
timber from ihe following described
lumls.
Cummenclng ul  it pnst murked   A.
McDiniguH's T. L. s. K rnor situated
1*20 Chains Norlh und 110 .'linins eust ef
tho s. W •norur Let •Mill, (i. I. Eusl
K.iet.'.iil.v: llienee mirth SO ehuins,
lll.'l  weal SO llllllllls. tlionco sillllll   Sll
chains, tlionei etusl so ehuins to point
..f eommoneciiiont.
Nm. sin, UHHI,
III A.   .Mellinieall.
TI.MBKII   NO'I'ICK.
N.d*n'e ia hereby given Unit  llll iluys
uftor .hu.' I Intend in upply tn the Iluu.
.'I.i.i   Cummlsskmur    of    Lund   and
Wnrks inr a speeial licence to eul ami
carry away tbiilior from Iho full.ming
dosiil'lbod I,in.I in the districl  nl Ensl
I Kootonuy,   cniumuniilng   ui    it   post
, "( "jnbrook    ids    w  ,mlrkl,„   ,;. v. ii,,,.i,l(,„,llV   Nol,th.
''"' ,sl|l,'; ' ,' l^ress   in  the Eusteor • t i   mile West
Methodist church noxl  Sunday Lr thu, Tunnu,| ,., k  „.,„,,,.
ivening.    This   is   one  in  life -.
mipties Into Hie  Elk  river: lliene.
speeinl   series nn   civic  retorin S(,„th 80 ohiiliwi nee Wesi SOchalns:
which has tittrticlod  large  audi-  ,,„,„., x...ili sn ehuins: thence East
eneesfor llio  paH   foil)'  weeks U,, ,18 , ,of comnioneem	
J '>" S0I'K SI"'V iiniiuenees  al ,    , .„,.,, „„,., ,M ma
' '""■ I Is       (loo, W. Ilerriuylun. Locator.
'i.n'iii for pei'inlsslon i it uml eurry
iv timber li'i'in the   following tie-
Tho Methodisl Sunday school Tl.MHEII   NOTICE
''"' iltoo has arranged for their ,.||>r ,„„,,.,. Mm( llliru ,,       „ ,
annual Christmas tree; entertain    , „,u ||llom, _,      ,   |„ ,„*„,,„.„
;1.'"1", ' vetting ol Doc. 2„h.  ,,   ,, ,^
(.real    pl'oparalions   are  being
mado   ror   this  ovcinl.    A  pro
""" '."'''InMs. s„„,s,el„„.,,s    „.,,,„. ,   ,   „ ^   K
as, re  lings and recitations will  ,     „ „   „„ ,„„.,,       ,»
 •'""I"n"1- !' I 'tier Iiflnt .121 CI. Ill	
1 nay: ihuaee riinnliig Nortli SO ehains:
.   I'-'"l'l"    in'1'  w lei'ing    why  ii,,, Easl'SO chains: ihcneuHunth HO
msls "llew    lures   are   in.I  ,.,  , H'usiHOc s In pluee
hern.     I hill is whal thoy  would  , , „„.,„ containing llio mm
Iiii.' lo If now.    The (J, P. R. has m,,,., ,„.,„„
soul I racers „u| alter 111,'in.   until    ,■,„.,, N„.'i Pass Ltuulmr Co. L'ld.
now i§ your ODoonitu
To mnko your selection fur
"GIFTS FOR XMAS"
lIKKIUil'*. uur Sleek gets picked ever. If
vmi wish ii we will be plciisod to pal away any
piece ven muy select and deliver it for you
whenever you statu.
Our Stock For the  HOLIDAY   SEASON
is very complete
. F. Tate k si-
Graduate Opticians
C.P.R, Waieh'lnspeetiirs Crews' Nest, Pass Division
i
♦ '■'.*~ftr*:ft'7*
i
t S K A T E S I
Wc have just received a largo as- ■♦'i
sortnicnl of I fockey anil Acme Skates ;*i
of the \ery newest patterns,   also a tt
line  line of Hockey Sticks and the ki
prices are right. V
ft
£ CALL and INSPECT OUR STOCK I
fj. D. McBRIDE
I
.Cranbrook, B.C.
HARDWARE I
Heen here since 189.S    Liable to stay longer 4
I
9,;92ft;*:*,.*ft;9ft;.*ft. «:ft, $ft: * ft:*:4: * ft; 9 ft 9 ft 9 ft,
*lkt*k\**m**^Mtt*^^
I SPECIAL SPECIAL 1
REID St CO.
?' UNDOUBTEDLY A i
|Scnsational Offering In Our Ready-to-Wearf
Depart men 1 B
BOYS CLOTHING
This wi'i'l; wo will i-'ivi' llu*
[xj [H'oplt! iil'Ci-iiiilii'inik mi )i|i-
t)     fnil-1 nniiv lo l»n\
f AT A BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE
£   We I'lnee en Sal hor of BOYS SUITS from l'l to
t HO inches ul ,( off regular price.
V
il Note a I'ew of Our Specials:
when   Ihey   arrive   vou   will
.1.  !■'.  lll'i.l'.es. gllltl  llllll. yilll    Wllile.l    for    I III -III     NuvcihIbji.
Hiei,I llrecldinrlilire, lininl.,
1 $3 for $2,   $3.60 fur $2.35,   $4.00 for $2.65 I
  B
PS.   LADIES CASHMERE K0SE all Pure Wool       ?
35c. 3 Pair for $1.00 T
f
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