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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY /*-*, 2000.
No. 2(1.
NEW MJ1L1HNUS AT CRANHROOK
The Kink Mercantile Uo. have
Commenced the Construction
of New Store Addition to thu
Uueenii llotel King Lumber
Co's New Mill.
The Pink Mer.'uniile Co. are
building » two storey building on
tinker Streel,
Kxcuvatious wus commenced
Friday tor the new store build iug
for the Pink Mercantile Until-
pauy. W. K. Worden hus u con
Hunt for excavating the base-
nienl. The building will be 52
feel by 100, two storeys high. A
basement eighi feel deep will he
constructed, The muin store
will have u plate glass front, will
lie 11 feet, between tlnnr and coil-
iug, and there will be two offices
ut the back, The second Hoor
will hu titled for, ttti.l rented its
offices. The building will he
tiKi.lt! us near tire proof us possible. The estimated cost of tho
building uud lot is between
818,000 und 820,000.
Contractors, Geo. Leask & Co.,
will commence the construction
of u lai'ne two slorey addition Jo
the Queens Hotel uexi week.
Lumber is now being hauled, utnl
work will be pushed us rapidly
as possible.
At tliu Mill site of tbe King
Lumber Co's new will active
operations are progressing: Au
office building and stable lias
been completed. The big mill
Is now being framed, ihe stone
foundation, and walls for the
engine aud boiler room bus been
finished, A large amount of
machinery,.such as boiler, engine
planers, etc., are already oil the
ground,
A new store building or. Norbury Avenue is uboul completed
Several cottages on Craubrooli streel are under different
stages ot construction, uud are
being rapidly finished.
Hill A Co. and P Burn's
stores ou Baker street have bud
new fronts, wilh large plate
glass windows, put ill during
the past week, which give to tiie
buildings a modem appearance.
Police Court Report.
P. VV. Moore, who tilled up
with fighting "ti«" on Sunday
lust, was arrested for assaull
and sentenced to six inonilis
at hard labor in Nelson jail.
Ben Pugli secured a disorder
ly "Jag" on Sunday last, and
was up.before the "heuk" Monday, who gave hi ut fourteen
days in the city jail.
IJ. Mulioney wus arrested
Tuesduy charged wilh stealing
tSUl&.Od from Win. VuiiDuiu. had
u preliminary examination, and
wus committed lor lrial. He
asked for a speedy I rial. He
will be tried before Judge Wil
sou ou Monday.
Call for Teudere.
Klsewberi. iu Ibis issue the II.
('. Government are calling for
tenders for the erection of school
houses at Marysville, P.lko and
Pernie.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company are also calling for
lenders for the construction of a
number of building on the Crow's
Nest line.
The Czar's Birthday.
Sl, Petersburg, May 18.—Tlio
city is ablaze with decorations
and frhin early morn thousands
of people, dressed in their best
clothes, thronged the streets, so
us to miss not a single fontnro
■it lhe various ceremonies with
which the birthday of the Czar
is observed. During the early
morning hours tho churches in
ull parts of the cily wus crowded
with worshippers, who ottered
l hanks'for tliu preservation of
the Czar's life und prayed for
. his future preservation. There
was, a marked contrast  iu  the
enthusiasm displayed by the
people of all classes lo llie down
cast uiul sullen .-.loliililv wilb
which Hie C/.nr's birthday was
observed lasl year and lite year
before Al itoiiii Ibe films ol
the fortress on Ibe hanks of the
Neva li roil au imperial salute of
121 guns, Tiie program for the
day includes a grand recopllnn
al llie Palace, where the Czar
received the cougrutillations of
il.e members of il ourl,  the
high stale oilieinls, the members
of the diplomatic corps und dele
gal ions in un various departments
of the country, Many promotions and decorations were announced today, In lliu evening
there were special performances
is lhe theatres, many bnucjuols
and fireworks for the musses,
Nicholas II., the presenl Czar,
who is the eighth ruler to represent Ihe Ilous» of llomunof
lliilsli'iii was born May li, or May
Is according to llm new style, in
the year 1808, ami was Iho
oldest son of Kmporor Alexander
III. uud Princess lingular, the
daughter of tho late King of
Denmark. He ascended the
throne November I, 1811-1, and,
four weeks later, was married
tu Princess Alexandra .Mix,
daughter of Grand Duke Led wig
IV, of Hesse, They have live
children, four of Ihem daughters,
the youngest a sou.
"EYE UF COD'' CRY ZULUS.
Rebel Natives Cower When Search
light Flushes.
Durban. Natal, May llth. -
Searchlights promise to prove as
effective weapons iu subduing
the sedition of the Zulus us the
British stuns, judging from tbe
display giveu lasl night l.y Nn-
tive Commissioner Saunders he-
fore a huge gathering of Zulus
ul the Kliuuiiiliilinla heudquai't
ers of the puualivo force.
The unlives were awuslricken
aud regarded Hie searchlight as
tbe eye of the Almighty and said
that God has turned it upon
them in his anger.
The Hashing of lhe lighl on
the surrounding hills, bringing
in plain view the Kaffir frails as
far as the horizon, powerfully
impressed lhe /.ulus, who, when
llie light wus suddenly Hushed ill
their faces, cowered aud fell on
the ground before vv ll al they
termed Hie "lulest witchcraft of
till! whiles."
Walter H. Lang, litis opened a
barber shop iu the Wall Building.
P, Jensen came down from
the Wasa country Thursday on
business.
W. II. McParland of lhe CC
Stores was at Moyie Priday on
business.
li. II. Durant and II. ll. Horton
of Perry Creek were guests at
the Cosmopolitan on Priday.
Geo, Watson of Port Steele
was a Cranbrook visitor on Priday.
Union Services nexl Sunday
lu tlio'morning in ibe Methodisl
Church and the evening In ibe
Presbyterian. Kev. Porlune
otllcliillug.
Married    Al   the   manse,    oi
Tuesduy evening, by Hey. W. G
Porlune. Michael S.   young to
Isabella Crawford, both of Moyie
Preliminary Hearing.
Kuinloops, May I". The preliminary bearing of the three
iimii arrested Monday iu connection with the C.l'.li. hold-up
begun ihis morning before Magistrate Gordon. Attorney-Genera! Pulton conducting the pros
edition, and A, D, Mellllll'e
defending. The examination so
far has noi elicited any now fads
The defense intend lo dispute
the jurisdiction of the uu.unted
police iu making Iho arrest, The
prisoners appear unconcerned,
but during the proceedings were
alerl and look a lively interest.
Setivey was mil ill court, evidently being kepi nni of Iho way ul
this siago of the trial Bid wards
hears marks Identical wilh those
described as borueliy Bill Miner,
and Scavey is satisfied thai he is
oue uud the same uiau,
l OCAL NEWS.
.1. M Carroll of Kimberley
was in the city on Tuesday.
Ross Tale, wus al Moyie Mou
day on business.
Slrawlierrlos fresh every day
al Stewart's,
B. 10. Amery of Spokane was
a guest ai il... Cosmopolitan ou
Priday.
C M. Juities und C Walker of
Vancouver  were  guests  ul   lhe
Cranbrook on Thursday,
Win. Marshall, of Harris Hros
was ui Marysville Thursday on
business.
A. Sutherland aud S. William
sou of Nelson were lu the city
Thursday,
,1. D Walsh of Vancouver was
i guesl at the Cranbrook Thurs
duy.
II 11. Ifoss came up from
Elkmouth Wednesday on business.
S. D and 10. 10. Puiupelly of
Luke Creek were registered al
the Cosmopnlituu Thursday.
li. S. Wright of Nelsou was
transacting  business at   Cran
brook on Tuesday.
Mrs. L. P. VanDecar is now
rapidly recovering from her late
illness, and is now home again.
.1, A. Maedonald came down
from    Marysville   Tuesduy   on
business.
A. II. Ponwlck of Porl Steele
was al Cranbrook Thursday on
business.
W. 11. Lelshmen, and Vi. A.
Hughes of Toronto, were regis
tered al the Cranbrook Tuesduy.
Judge Wilson was holding u
sitting of lliu County Court in
Cranbrook for several days this
week.
G. Htirrower of Lell.bri.lge,
and H Byers of Nelson were
gnosis  at   the   Crunbrook   on
Tuesday.
,1.   P.   Huchci'ofl   aud   Robt,
Dewar of Marysville were regis
ered at the Cosmopolitan on
Tuesday.
Mrs. II. T. Rogers was "at
home" to Una members of the
Golf Club" ou Wednesday
evening.
TO RENT on Baker Hill —A
large front room with use of
bulb and telephone. Apply at the
Prospector office,
il. Lastirl, will opeu a bowling alley in the Bradley building
on Armstrong avenue this even-
A. Vi. McVittie, wife aud
children were registered ul the
Siriilhcoiiu hotel, Nelsou, ou
M outlay.
.!. C. Drewry, Roy Clothier,
Geo. Clothier and T, A. Call ins
of Moyie were Cranhrook visitors on Priday.
C. Munroe of Nelson, 0. Maedonald, Jaffray and A. Mclnlire
ol Calgary, were registered at
thu Cosmopolitan on Priday.
P. II. VanDecar was in town
Ibis week in Ihe interest of the
Telegraph Herald Co., of Dubu
ipie, Iowa
li. Cooper of Vancouver, J. C.
Heed of Calgary, and A. Wheal-
ley of Toronto .function were
registered at the Cranhrook on
Priday.
"Christ   and    ihe   Christian
Career" will he Iho sermon  subject iu lhe Haplist   Church   next
Sunday morning,    Special Invi
tin um Is given io a.lnlis attend
All miners licenses expire on
May Hist.
I. I, Knight of Nelson was a
guesl al the Oranbrook Priday
W, I). Hill wus ui Marysville
Thursday on biisluess,
"Hazelwood" bv Cream al
Stewarts today.
R, hoiicilici uf Mayook wus In
the city Tuesday.
10 A. Hill of Movie ..as iu lh«
city Monday ou business.
J W Philllpps ot Pernie wns
iu ibe city Monday.
Just arrived, a carload of hay
and oats      A. C. Bowness.
.1. Edwards of Movie was in
town Wednesday.
(Irani Boulangee was down
from Marysville Priday on business.
Mr. ami Mrs. T, T. McVittie
of Port Steele were Cranbrook
visitors on Priday.
Gas. Theis aud Kmil Banks
came down from ferry Creek
Wednesduy on business.
.1. Bates lefl ou Wednesday's
train on a business trip lo
Spokane.
Government Agent Armstrong
was at  Pernie   Wednesday   on
official business.
Presh every day, al the
"Palm". Homemade candies.
Try Ihem.
(.'has. Piuch of Marysville
spent several days in town Ihis
week.
II. M. Johnston of Calgary
wus a Cranbrook visitor on
Thursday.
•»-• —
A. II. Blaine of Greenwood
was a guest at tbe Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Pred Simps.ui of the Herald
returned Monday from a business;
trip lo Lethbridge.
P. W Gordon, of Nelson was
doing business at Cranbrook on
Monday
I). S. Prlzzell manager of the
Cranbrook Brewing Company,
was at Marysville Thursday ou
Company business.
When you place your plumb
iug contract  with  us your are
assured of high grade work  uud-
prompt service.    Patmore Bros.
James Greer and Mrs. Greer
left on Tuesday fur Kdmouiou,
were   they   will   reside   in   the
future.
Miss Bella McKenzie of Delor-
a iiie, Man., a sister of the Misses
MeKenzie's, arrived in Cranbrook Thursday, and will reside
here for the future.
A Musical Recital will be
given ou the -Hih inst., in the
Wentworth Hall by Mrs. Hislop's
pupils, ussisted by the best local
talent.    Do noi forget the date.
B. Vou'l'urner of Chicago, L.
R, Nash of Montreal, W. G.
Nightingale of Toronto were
registered at the Cranhrook on
Wednesday.
T. T. McVittie, P.L.S, is on
gaged this week in surveying
limber limits iu lhe Si. Mary's
district for Ibe Crow's Nest
I,inn ber Co.
N Hanson was in lown Monday
he came up iu his Rambler from
Wasa in one hour and a half, a
distanceof 22miles. He returned
by way of Poll Sleele, lo show
llie unlives Ihere an automobile,
Tbe road machine was »i work
for several days this weok Kiad
KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY
Name of the Origiual .Shareholder!!.
aud Where they Kesidc.
Editor ..f Tun Pbosprctoh
Dear Sir: ■ As lb..re i-.
al present, so much talk now go
ing on in Southeasl Kootenay
as to the building of tbe Knoll-
nay Central Railway, its route,
terminal, etc., can you give me
the names of the original pro
mutui's or shareholders tbai
secured the K 0, R , charter
Shareholder
The following is a list of llie
shareholders ot the K 0, R.,who
were iu llie original company,
and who were parlies to Ihe
transfer to C. II Polleu and his
company, aud the number of
shares held by each shareholder
K.IT UalUaltl, uf Furl Su.l. ..I   .hare.
Dr, H. Wall
iti '.-,
H  Kei'rilinw
A. B Feuwk-k
iJou. li«>»l 1
Win LVUU
K.C MUUr
lieu  Watson
.   t ^
D. Umtltti WUdHorM Creek
J. A Hitifey
.'rutibiouk
tOH
J T. LiidUw
L W  Pftimoi*
C. H. Fallen
IKS
A. H tinea
Di J H Klit*
A Doyle
A C Nelbuii
J. H LftQifley,
UtiSIU
0, M Keep Or*-|fO-i
•tit
Mil Mtoo, Plucbei' Crank
W h Hok*,
FtioU
R  W  Ra'tf*!*
a
ur thu I ruck is aboul   live  miles! PUBLIC SCHOOL ACT.
mil. ami lhe   mils   mil   reach  ill —	
point "a lie iniiili -.uie of He- Information of Interest to Those
rlvor opposile town during   i his
week Tin- rrt'U ,-;in lav ;i |j, ile
ami a half of I ruck a .lay. hm do
iml lay I ruck everj duy, bay inn
In lay nil lo load lie-.:.ml ballusl
The rook .-nl near llie up
proueli Iii lhe bridge will be
completed about May 2', it i-
lii, v, estimated, ami nail, lay ills
iniisi slop ul thai point null
ihal Unit! Tin- bridge ai ross
the river should be read, lo
allow trains in puss ovor in
J .me 1 Prom Bouuers Pol';.
io   ibe   crossing   >.i   Iho   Pond
d'Ol'lolle liver,   tbe   work    i-.   Ill
most c pleled     There may  be
a lew gaps where thorn nill be
some delay, Iml h is likely thai
track laying can proceed alon i
to the I'enil di tit-ill.-, after the
Kooienay is crossed.
MEETINU UK COUNCIL.
What   the   City   Fathers   Wen.'
Doing Tins Week iu the Interest of tho City.
A regular meeting of ihe city
council wus held on Wednesday
evening. There were presenl
His Honor Mayor lingers, and
aldermen Pink, linker. Tisdale,
Ryan, .hit ksou and Murphy,
Minnies of lasl  regular  meel
iii)i were read ami adopted
A communication from s. M
Donald,    ro iln>    rofiiiidiu;*
I'ulttl        16'.' '., Sham*
There lias been some changes,
a number have transfered their
shares, uud changed their resl
deuce. The above list is made
from our recollect ion of tiie
events, and we think will be
fouud lo he correct,
At the presenl 04 of the ..rig
iual shares are held by residents
of Porl Steele, 7* by resideuts
of Oranbrook, and ltt by parlies
living outside of Craubrooli dis 'animals,
trlol,         1    Mr.   Worden   was  all,,wed   -
Iteias or lutemBt. P""s '"*,''v'"<l'"' ":"1"" ltal<"''
|street, tlio grave! lo bo dlsli'lb
nied    under    Ihu   direction   of
Wlui Hans Children Not Attend
ing the I'uhliu School.
Ai lhe reipiesl of Truant
i Miner Iti I'm, ihu following por
lion ..I the Public School Act is
published
Kvery child, limn the age ut
-, veu lu fourteen, inclusive, shall
,iii,'ml some school, or be other
wi- Iiicmml  for six months In
every J'Ottr; and any parent or
guardian who does not provide
that every such child under his
i are .hull attend some school Or
be olhurwis li.ialed  shall  be
subjected hi tin- penalties here-
imifier provided hy this Act.
Hut in City School Districts
every child w iihin lhe ago limit
lie rein be fo re mentioned shall
uiieiul s.'h.ml during the regular
school hours every school day.
subject in ilie exemptions provided fm iii section 125 of this
Ail
It shall he the duly of the
Trustoes of every Public School,
or of ibe Superintendent of Ed-
uealion, or any porsoil authorized by ihem nr him. after having
1 ii notified Ihal the parents or
guardiuns of any child continue
to nogloi i or violate tbe provisions of llio lasl preceding section nl this Act, lo make com-
pluinl ol such neglect or violu-
in.ii  in n  Magistrate or Justice
Thu price of lead on llie   Lou  ,
dun market is still rising stead \ f*'mr<* "' "0,l,s'
(ly.    ll was quoted at  i'lTls.ldl    A ■u«"«lto" lm,n  Alder,,,.,.,
alon   on   Wednesduy.      sUve..Mui.phy that tho  lines  paid   for
I impounding ol cattle ou lirst day
WUS quoted at 00+ cents,
It is reported that the Duke of
Connaught will visit Canada during the latter part of September.
The volcanic activity of Mount
Vesuvius is increasing, aud the
main crater is discharging a
great quantity of suud.
Ou Monday afternoon, near
Douglas lake, the three C. P. R.
train robbers were captured by a
posse of mounted police under
Sergeant Wilson.
Anderson of Sloean Junction,
who attempted to murder C.
Street, was captured on Tuesday
night by Constable Black, while
trying to cross the river at
Nelson.
ii is reported that Bambaala,
the insurgent Zulu chief, bus
crossed into Natal Heavy guu
firing was heard May U from
Krantzkop.
In The British Parliament.
»l   ihe   Peace    and   il   shall be
1 eoinpetPlit for the Police Magi--
money paid for lhe impounding .,,,,,,. ,,,  ;niy  cUy ur lown, and
of bis cow. was refused , ,-,,,. ,1||V  Magisiru'l  Justice ol
Alderman Ry 'opened  thai ;,.„. >.,..„.„ ,„ .,lu   ,,,,,„ ,„. „,.|„,0|
a learn for lire ami city purposes distn(,t kU,.,.,. ,'■„,,.,, is „,, ]>,-,!,,.,.
could be procured ul a cost of Magislmle, In investigate and
WuO.Oti. j decide   iii   ii   summary  manlier
Tb,. pound lo'ep.'i iyijs iiiililie.1] „!„,,, .,„v „„,.| mphihil   made
noi io use a horse or  roping «>f by the TriiKtRiis. fir any  person
authorized by them, ugniiisl any
I nt r.'ii i nr eiianliaii for violation
of Ibe lust preceding section ol
this Act, and   lo  impose ii  fine
iml   exe Iiie;'  live dollars for
ibe Hrsl wilful nlleiiie. and
double ihal penally' for each sub-
seqilnul i.Henee, u Inch line and
p.-noily shall be unforced as pre
be   returned,   was   referred   lolvideil In sucliun 12« of Ihia  Act
l'"ll"llil-l"";-                                               ll   shall   he   ibe   duly   ol tbe
Alderman Jackson guvw notice >:>t,|je-u  Magistrate, or any Mag-
that al next  meeting  of council is,rll1    jllst|  lhe  peace
he would introduce an amend Lhoro there is no Police Magls
inent lo the Pound and Dog Tax t..llt0i ,,, llS(.0riaiii us far as- may
liylaw I,,..   ii.,,  c.ircunisluncos   ol   any
Hy-luw No. I,"., ibe "Hale  l.yJ||;1..|V   complained   ol    for   not
sending  ills child or children to
law" was reconsidered, and
finally passed uud adopted
Thu salary of the jailor was
raised to *ab per month from
May 1st.
Council then adjourned.
"Still Harping on Me Oaugliter".
P. C, Miller of Porl Steele bus
written a letter lo the Wilmer
Outcrop, re the K. C. II.. and
where its terminal will be Tbe
letter is tilled Willi personal abuse
and shows tIinI the writer is not
acquainted with any portion of
his subject, excepl Hint of alms
inu' his neighbors
Dr Wait also appears in prim
iu ihe Pernie Ledger,    His letter
lis
lug no where else,  to comolo inga roud just  nortli uf  town,
llible Class in tiie afternoon ut near Ihe big mill now under cou-
II p.m.   Al uiK'hl the service will slriicllon.
he   tilled    wilh    warm  bright
London, May 11 — hi lhe House
of Lords today, the Karl of
Weiuyiss, Conservative, culled
the uitetiiii.n lo the question ol
home defence. He assorted thai
the country was prucllcnlly without an army and thai there were
not al present any up-to-date
guns in lhe country, The ipies
lion would be .soiled be said il
the governmenl bud llio courage Ihi' K C I.
to adopt ibe compulsory sorvlci
ui home and volunteer survic.
abroad.
A   i Inii'   llf   Ibe Ci iinbrool
Hod and i inn Club wa-.   held  oi
'Thursday nvonll
some school, or otherwise educating Ihem; and he shall accept
any of the following as a reasonable excuse.
Tbal the child is under instruction ni some other satisfactory
manlier.
Thai lhe child has been prevented from attending school by
sickness, or other unavoidable
cause.
Thai there is no public school
open \>. i.i.i. ihe child can attend,
within a distance uol exceeding
three miles, measured according
lo the nearesl passible road
Ir the residence of such child.
Thul such child has reached a
standard of education >ii the
sane or greater degroo iliun lhat
is on a parity with tho   of   E I
.. ,   ,  ,       i ■   i ,  ■      "'  be  oh I a ned   in .sue,   pub h
M    and slates wben "we  obtain I '
-ci I
Eleven bold Moilals.
eii   ibe  K c I; .  chni'tor,
what "my" friend  Sliiiiighni'ssy
suvs, but ..mils lo say "anything ^^^^^^^^aaa.^^^^
aboul, when" I "was In the local I    s •'■   Mighton,   lhe Tobacco-
house",   or   whnl   "I"  will  do. i'"'1'   lms  I'oceived  eleven gold
when "I" am Doctor in chief  for
ili'iiliiic iif IIiiii Cliih
PKIIIIKESH (IN C011H1N LINK
medals w hicli w ill be given to
the w iniiiiiL' iiiiil, ul ll series of
games lo l>.> played by lown
loams. Thu medals are gold, and
engraved with ihe initials,
"I' V A " Ci'iiuhruok football
Association Thoso inuditls are
donated hy Mr Mighton, lo the
inning club ul ihe local teams,
   _   ..  Ur   King
gospel, tho subjooi will be -Tiie!   The  Waier Works Company \Track haying Crew Now in Sight „,,.„,    .,,,,„,.„ WMK „ ,.„,,,„ „, w
Heller     Land"        Come    ami, were extending the waler mains of Bonners ferry. tniidttlicu of tnoinboi's of Hie cluli w   '     ll'° ' nnopa,
bring a friend along. on Cranhrook sirool this week.   - ,      „,„„„•„„   „,„,  sl,,m„„,i '''"'" l;' l";l""- T"«» ■ ;' ;vu,
Jt is reported lhat thu mains will "    .   . . nusiuin   learns,      The    i als
~~ i... extended k. lhe big planing     Booners   Porry,    ho,  May Iheir inienimn of jolt ;     It is 	
Whoa visitors come Isn 1 it |
gratifying in have ynnr Halh;
room  so  equipped  that  il wins
mill now under construction.
15,    The truck   laying  crew   ou  expected Ihal Ihu Hub will liavi
I the Corbin line Is rounding the a inotnboi'ship uf between
ni. j.
rs ol i'i nubrook,
ho approving glance of every VVu haven groatname for «'^, big botul  Irom  llio  Moyie Inin HO  by Juno  Isi      The  regular     Onlario Logiulature Prorogued,
irl Ileal oye?   We soil and instull Ing   Iho   host,     'SI I'.n Alvin    (h8 Kooienay valley.  Tho trains weekly   sh    will   lake   pluen
'STANIIAKD" porcelain etillin Clilicolilles  and   lion    HOIIS   are I         ^   ^   sl(?(||    ||f   |,,,|M||,^  tl,is :i tl<>, noon,  when   a   number      Toronto. May 1 I.    Oulariolog
find Plxtures which innko your iniulu   lor     hose      no noi' > p ,    ff|)laUo  nf   ,   ,  ,   ,     r„ombors  wi  isliituroproroguu at 8 lhis after
mill room modem and.n room to qualilj    pine inn uunuous    i. j •        .    	
I:
be admired.    Patmore Brob.
j Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
eugines can be heard.     The end  present and take part.
illi usual ceieinniiies. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBKOOK   ti. C, MAY IU, lUUC
L. L'L A PI'
W. ROLLINS
*%\)ti |ICO*V«?CtOt.   [to'"adve,■'.lisem!eiiis as nil - b M I   L 0 / M L N I
nmmm.
Hsl'AW.I-HK.n    iw.
A. B. Grrtce,
I'l'HI.ISIIKU    ANh    I'.I.ITl.K.
the uews. Thai is why adver
tisers in Tin-. Proshectok got
results,
linker Street.
4
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Cranhrook, ll.C
Ilh>
.—-•-: ■-::-:-■.•:■- ■ ~ _-.r.--=r=.--      Cmiibrooli    is    presenliui;    a
!_^T*   ...***    .......T.  .... slreel siirinkler   is now working
AGENCY
li will pay those who are
looking for work lo call and
Jim   McArthur
SATUUDAY, M \Y  III, DM.....
itreel sprinkler is now working
leu hours every day.
a       a       a ||,,    ,;n|    SCCIll'O    yilll   ll Jllb llllll
Wild   striiwlierries are now in  also til you mil III
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Diiiinu Kooin
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
Clothes, Shoes.
Hals, lite.
Jim Mcflriiliur
FOUND
ox BAKER ST., ONE DOOB WEST OP
H1I.I. A  CO.    The only place in toivu
_   that easi m»kf life worth the living.
lit
faoDoh ie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
,»»%»»%»»»«%»»%»»»«»»«««»•
mmm
WHERE   is   the   scniidnl!
The   Kaien   Island   in bloom,  and  ll   look-- as though
j.piiry is being made capital of thorti  will  be n  large   crop ot
for   political   purposes      Wluil ,(,,.,n
strikes lhe outsider most forci- •   *   *
l.lv is. where is the scandal!    li The "lib of May is a   national
the Grand   Trunk   Pnciilc  bud holiday.
never picked   on   this spot for -    -   -                                                                | .....„.„.„..., ■ i ■ .. .■»■■
leriiiiiial purposes, would never Bi'ltiah   Coluuibht will be the  Hanson Vvu   Cuaniiiiiiok, II.i
   _                                               Ihave hud the value of ihe  price Ontario of the wesl, aud  South
.            paid for it! Had the I i rami Trunk east Kootenay Ils ricliesl dietricl               i   MUSIC   (C
TTlP       TTnt       Water      OUeStlOll   P"ClB?    |,i,'k,>'1   °"   "      '"M:""  wlwuthlBnoil** ..fpre t. and Fm     '       '*
XI1C     UUI       VT  tvwv^x       >**» Individuals   land  and   paid the j tlltul.e popnimiou have develop     M|.s   Hjs|0|)  ri »riiKK oi-ihk
(.um Bn Settled bii Ue
QiiIgKIu iiiiiI Siitlsliictorllu
\\" Il.t li.-t   i!   I- II    "     '
,ith   -ill .-l.'lll     ■.' "
s
HEAftlNG -'. U    ^^^^^
FflTMORt BROS,
Plumbing,  Heatinii and  Ventilating   Mutineer
•>■♦:♦;♦ ♦ » ♦ o ♦«♦•>♦    ♦ •>♦*♦»♦ •>♦<>♦»♦
9
■ iiiiinnil. keeping the   ulell ,.,| i|„. innnens sources ol her
Illy "f il.,- purchasing pari}   n forest, Held and mine
, lhe background, would thesellcf
,i,l,    have had an.,   recourse  at   law? uinkkai. vci
,,,,, I,,,. ,|„ .,,,. pin!   , ii the  In  »liai   way   is il any different nimi
.,,, j           I     • >ar with the I'.civernuiont? I,   would j  ^    [1|nn
 I Mi|.|>lj'ln>t v..it>-r i» I  ■>' J'"" j have  been! iral to have mil
i/.ed   advanced    information   on notice.
location  in  hold  up  Ihe ' I rami
Trunk Pacific, and In unv   even.      '  '''•"■' " M,lwml c	
■l«M.»l»« I'll -	
„ ,,,,!,■ im .,■ , , — ,,,< iint
"jiii   ,il||   iu ItOtl   ktluta uiul    i>!
■  .  ■   i-iii-li |„"'!,',', 'i,
Plumbing and Heating
ik
the railway eouipany would noi
hi,, e stood for il. The Opposi
tion is pretty hard up fur iiiutim-
uiiion     Sanilon Standard
s,ie. Ial ,ni.-iiii.ui io lunch,
ii'ihiiii|iie. phrasing nnd
grading nf similes
I ill' |llll'lli'llllll'» ii|.,il.i In c. |,  Itulll .v
. „, I'lif lirnmiUie.
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
11V    USIMU
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I B, H, SHORT
The Painters, Paperhangers, Ete.
OUR UROt STOCK
wilVpapek
IS COMPLETE
Remember wo curry the only slock "I lUiill
pupers in Cranhrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All  kinds ..I  Tannine nm\ Dei nrnling
.itienili'il in promptly.
■,     \
,   'am,, i
j «.-«>.'.,. w  \i I'NMiii.i r
|J.     llii'lia     I'M.
A race between lhe  dry  dock »'")<>*'  n»>.i»u
■ lllll in l|,',„i',|.'i fill . c
Uewey   anil    ihe   uexi    l.ipton,„irl,t. u,, nu i.,i.|.,,.r
challenger would make a great |.-n.utniuiei*i>o.-ecii.ii
betiiug   "vent,    with   'he   oddK mUM1s; ,„„s,'i„.,„	
• irhtly in fay u ul tl ■■ dry dock |
...
Keep ...,ii   ey* oi. .the  Cran
broi k  disl rii I   during the pres
en! veai
Uateil .In. ,'ili tie ul Ma:,
.1. A. II.KVI'.V.
««»«..•«««»♦•»»♦««**»*♦*»»
Bverj   busiiless   man   in  in*'.
| Crunbrook  district  will reap an
L.C
,'.. *>""*P«*| Tailor % Importer of t
iy advantage by placing an  adver-, j «->.,_-  i..,....,„_„ t
«   tisemenl iu Tin: Puospertoh.
♦
» ll means profit to every man
91 doing business of any kind at
$   any poinl iu   the district.
.♦.i *  *  *
J
Fine Woolens.
at
We have this week unloaded a car ot each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Si'K.iai. I'lti.'K h'oit Ton Lots, Call aud see us before
buying elsewhere.    We also carry a stock of
CARNEFA'S STOCK AND POULTRY FOOD
Harris Bros.
*0a+i+*a**a**&a***>*aa* •*•**• •*• **y*a»a* a< ■»■#»»♦ a*».a*ta*****a*>a.ta**a**a***> ■»■■>"
P.O. IllIX 81)     ARMSTRONG AVENUE    PHONE III    ;
.♦,:*■*■<>■♦■<• ;,♦,:♦.♦:«:♦.♦:♦,'. :♦:«.♦'.'>.♦.« ♦.«.*:9:4:.9 '$■:
 Wholesale .
LIQUORS - CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
Pen. a earth — or else get
off it,
...
If we Know our business.there
will he a "hot time" in the city
when the Cranbrook team  yvins
the Levassetir Cup,
• • .
There  is   no   hidden   secrets
about good advertising.
...
There is much encouragement
in the signs of awakened  interest in mining circles.
...
When a live liusiiess man has
anything to say to llie people
he  uses   the  columns   of Thi
I'K.iSI'K. "I'OR.
• • •
Tl is with no uncertain sound
that ill* people of Southeast
Kootenay are demanding tint
the K, C. R., shall be construct
ed this year and that   Its  south
. ....    _ *
* *
* Cranhrook, H.C,   Ariiiatn.nir Ave %
* *
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F.      O.      aC.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
KVKKV TIU'KSII.VV
Viaitiiin   Hi'iiiln-i-a  Cordially   Invited
..'. lloss T.i'i'K. W. I'l-esiili'iit
A. \V, Ill.ACK.  St-i'y.
ti*<M,M*,,.MMu,.,,u,,u*M,u,at.
j Rocky Mountain Chapter |
NO. lis. p.. a. M. I
Regular meeting:—2nd 'J'uet*-  %
duy  in  ei..'l.  month   at eight
uVlni'k.
Sojoiu-nlng t'..iii|ii..iiiuis   ur..'
1  ii.s'.liully Invited.
J Wm. [•', Tah'k.. Sorlbe E.
i     Box 4     cuANimooK, n. 0.
%.'W*#,**#*WW¥*,«WW**WWW"*W.W#
SEATTLE,   TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points 1
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK, ^
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Buttett
Library Cars, Moiloni
Day Coaches.
Dininp Cars,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals on Wheels
2 KAST   TUAINS O
KAST  AN'U WKST DAILY    A\m
Vov full imi'ltuiilurs,  I'lites.   roldort*
itii., cull <ui or address.
S.(l. VKKKKS. o.W.P.Am
Scuttle, Wusli.
c.   \V.   MAHONKV, CI*.  &  T.A..
Spokuiie.
ANCIENT ORDER1; FORESTERS
Court Cranhrook 8943
MKKTS   SHU   ANI1   .'I'll   TU KS UA VS
IN PATHORE'S HALL
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having back yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
matter to on taken uwuy, sluuilil
leave orders with me.
Luave onion nt ih>' City Clerks nllteu
in- ilrup a postal ciii'il in Box 10"..
AGENT   FOR
Culuarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. II Illi, vV CO.. Hav and Gain,
Cranbrook, B.C.
oriuerminal shall be c'lanl.mi'.k. I VUUmg  '"•""'",'• MM>'  !"viu"1
• '   C. It.,   A. MoCOWAN,
Senrelury, T. MA1ISI1AI.l
ll   seems   as  if  there w»s in.
limit to the wonderful  mineral
i'iisoiu'chs of the Oranbrook .1 is-
ll'icl.
'I'he ariisuii iif Iimii, will l.e a
■a—. | j,„(i->. ni uf progress, im]ii'oveineul
_ ^ [uiul |ii'i.s|ini'lly in tln> Oranbrook
c. c. c.
caioary Cattle, Go,
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish and Poultry in Season
Orders by mail will
Order hj Phone 'l*
^ ••	
4
npl anil careful iitlenlinn   '
0   tlistrict
}        Wl,„i
tuna   buys it   pa| >• r li
Centrally Located Elictrio Lights
Manitoba Hotel
NOTICB.
X.iil.v   -  ■ ,-i,'i.i  irlvi'ii iluu  Hlmj
...   •   ifli >  lll.li' I  ilili-lul III ll|l|ll,V   In III*
I aim,,.-i,,li„i'   nl      I.nn.l-     ami
.V .hi--  |>ui-i'lin»i! iln-
■,- ,        .j,-,',!i nn.l. Simili  I'liim
KlH,l,'l    .'      li.ll'll'l.
1   II I        111   A   |„,-l    111      llll'     ..lllllil.
nii-i .,,- iii-r.il U.I '.'"i; lliKiu-i- 'tli .sn
i-llllil|.    Ill H-l    tn I'lucna. Ilii-iii'i.
'ini,,,,  iini-lli lillolilllna, ttlHlli'i' Hi-at   '_'ll
'■Iiiiiii. i.i |.l ■ ,,l 1,,'niuiiiiii |,ii,iii,ii,hi]/
IWOm-i- ir I,—.
I.,', ,i Iiii. ISlli .la.) ul  Ipi'H, Usui.
1.1 i . I'i. I.I.NTI1ACHM.
Prof easlona I.
HARVEY 4 MoCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITOUS
rUANI'.lin.il..     -     ll.C.
W. P. UlIRD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranhrook        British Columbia
Under  New  Moimiseiiieiit
\\  lllll    I "U    Wlllll      .1      L'.n'ill
iilai i    lu   stop   i nine In iln
11t-rn1.11i;i11<■ i *-  foi   mining    >,-
l|  nlil   IIIIM'I'
Mllllll.'l.
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
Wc Give You Your Money's Worth
The Illinois Central
Miiliili.liia  .in,-,,„',i,.,i  Mirvl.il.   fi'.nii
iln- K'l-al Inl ii-   .mil .imili.  MllUluu
"I,,-,    i Iluu.   ..i'li   train..   Ill   llll
jl»,-|i II  i,l  I'llllll'M I" .'III.'IIU.I.
I....I ■  III..   ,1 plil. nml Now iii-l.-aii..
i',.   llll Iil'at, point* I.l III.' flll'i'llat
I', ii- j„ ITI ,■ I'UVi'ltT* ili'-il'illy illllli'-
ini.tiiin ii. In I In' loivosl rut.-. Mini ln-al
innl,- ,u,' Invltoil In .'iirri-apiiliili'liri'
«-illi III.' flilluwlllu l-l'pri'M'lllllllVi'H,
II  II  'I'm .nu i.e. ('iiiiitni'ii'iiil Ayt-ni
Mil Tlilnl si., I'm-iliiiifl. Oi'SUOli,
.1. (.'  I iniihkv, T.I'. ,V I'.A,
Hi Tlilnl 81., I'l.i'iluinl. i ii'.'ifiin.
I'. It. Thompson, k. a I'.a.. Iloom
1. ..u.uu.1. Bldg., Stattle, Wash.
C. H. DUNBAR
HAIIlllSTKIt, SOI.ICITOIt
uiul NO'l'AIIY  1-M' IU .It .
Oranbrook, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
."«   II.MIUISTKII J, SUI.II'ITlll
Z-*T   M1TAIIV IM'lll.li:
OFFICE   LEASK   HUll.OIN.l
ri'i.iiliroi.li, ll.C
THOMAS   M 0 V IT T I K
P.L.S. A CE.
Port Ktenle B.C,
a»^.».»a^...l.,..„.i.i,.,a„a>„.i>.a»..a.,i. . . i.
O KAI.KI. TKNI.KIIS. »ll|wr«ul'lbl'll "IVliilil'
O    Inr Soliool-liuuso." »lll llll I'l'ii'lvi'.l liy llll'
nnilurslgiie.l up m noun »( SnturdHy, iln- -.iitli
Mliy, lllllil. fn. III,' (iciutloil nml I'oiiililt'tiiill uf a
lai'Ki- iitli't'iiiilii lllllil,' si'lnml tnilisi, al Colli
C'ek, I'-i'l-liit- Kl.'i'linal ItlMlli-l.
Cli.na. api.i'iiii-iiilotis. I'liiui'ui't iiiiil forum nl
lf.1,1,-1- muy In' a.'i'ii oll iiiiiI afli'i- tin- liilli Mny.
Hum, .t. iiii! unil',: nf iin- uovi'i'iiiiH'iii Ain'iii.
I'.-.nit', nml lit III,' l.iiinls anil ll'oi'lts U>'|>iil-l'
111,'IIL. Vli'lul-ia. II. I'.
l-ai'li piii|iiiMil iniisi lie ... i'ii|ii|in'lii'il It) I'lisll
nl nil liri'i'liti'tl llllllll l'llBI|IIU. ut ri-ilftli'lili' nl
ila|,nall nil n |,|ini-l,,|',,,l 1.ll.k  ul  I'liitnili,    llllllll-
poyiililf In till' iilitlt'l'.iiliiril. Ill Illi' f Wn,
llllllll Hlll.ll In- roi'fi'lli'il If Ul.l p... ly fiillill-llll,.
,1.,'lfn.   I,,  ,-nli'i'   inl iitin,-I   ttllt'll  ,'„ll,-,l
upiillliiiliian.   Tin'ifl.ll. rlli'iiln'a or l'.'rllll.'l»l(l
tlf ilt'lioall oluiisi i-aaftll leilllf.m.'N ..III 111"   li
IniUi'il In llii-lll li|inii Uli- I'.i'i-iilli'll ur l lie   roll
ll'lli'l.     Tin- ani-i'l'aalnl   It'll.Ii-r.i   will    ■.-
HUlrilll    ."  flll'lllatl   II    llllllll.    lllll sill   IIII.I    ivrn
Kltrallea III Um ll I tm wii'lt, for llio llu.'
flilllliui'lil nl till' Wiil'li to llll' Mitiaflli'llnli nf ill,-
II rul.lV tllU Clllof Cninmls.l •     l-puii |||i
i nil, I Iln' linuil Um mall, i'lii',|iii- in uui
| lilli-.tr n! ili'linall iilni.i'iiii-ii eil ..ill  I,,- ii'
ri-lililli.'il tu Iln' rollllio-liir.
Tenili'i's lllll mil tm i'iiiialili'i,-,l iiuliss iiiiiii,-
,UU oil Ilia fiii'ltis ali|i|ilii'il uiul KllflllXl l.'lll!  till'
nniiiil sl«iiiitnii! of llu* li'iiilui'i i.
Till:   InW.al   in  till)    I l''l   lllll    llUOU.aiirll,"
« 1>U''I
XKII. I''. M.M'U.IV.
I.i!|illly I'lilnlllUsliilli'i' of LuinlNtlllil Worlfs,
l.ilnlsallil Wul'ka llupiirllllUul.
Vli'turlii. II... illi .Mm. I!'!':,. 3li
CRANBROOK
HOTEL .
i> >->
kGuests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \
Ni.ui'csl In railroad tlc|>ol.    lias accouiuu.
nations   for   the   public   unequalled  in
Cranbrook.
Hot and Cold Baths
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    |
Proprietors m
I LlfiSKJ HENDERSON %
£
HK FASHIONABLE TAILORS    f
— Always Up-to-Date — ^
£ -3&
c Granbrook, -     - B.C. 3*
^uuuaiuaiiuiiiiiiiiiuiauuiuuiiiiuiiaiummuuimf
Geo. R. Leask * Co.
BUILDERS
ANIl
CONTRACTORS
Plans, Specifications
anil Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
DR, E. W. CONNOLLY
PliUfclvian '•'"> Siirueon
>U'Tiri,: AIIMS'l'IIONCl avk.
linens:   H tn II it.111.  2 In I |i.tn.
" In S |i.iii.
I'Iiiiiii- I Iffli.',, Ill:,     Ili-uidr-n.'.! ID!)
m pi.m„.,i. ,.,i. . .,i».«„. . i.ii»L. ,. ,.1 ...
-»IPWWW	
JOTK'K TO CoS'l'KACTnMS N(>TI('K TO CONTRACTORS
la'KAi.KU TKNDKits, milnorllifld "TnhAnpn  Va^ALKOTKMOKRS, luiwrMurUml "|*aiii1
, "1  fm Scbonl-liouio,' will li« roiwlvad Ity lUu;'-   'W'SohoiH.i.oinw,," w\\l tia toualvm, by u
    .J .1     -Hill.    I   Ult.lrlMlMHMll   llll   lu I.l...I.    nl     U t ._    ....
utn.ft'-ii-i.fii up to iiniiu of Suturdoy, the ;iuili
Muy. lOOfl, for t)u> arcollon nmi roiiiiilt-iloii 01 a
liiritt! iitii-.rnimi fruini) Si'liooMioiwe n Kllto,
Fi'inii- MliHilnrlul lUslrint.
I'luili. s|ii'elli'illlnii\ L'OlltrUUl iliiil (ulilll (if
H'tiiK'i iniiv lie >ecn on uiul *ilfi'Hi« llllli May.
lliflii, ui tliu iiiiit'i-M ni itiu Uovorutuinl >ccni *t
I'Ntniii1; or JoHopli Austin. Km|„ Blkoi and ut
Uie Lands mid World l)«|)intaii»il, Vl'-iuim,
11, <*.
Klictl |>io|iiisiil iihihI l>ttar'iiiiii|):ilili'i'l liy irut.li
ov mi iu-n'|iti*ii imiiL cliei|iie ni'coi'UIU»te 1.1
1 Ir posit 111'lot ric mi l lunik 0( CHtlllilll, niitili.' |iuy-
iililit to Um umlvrslKiicil. In tin* Rllio Of Vtti,
wlilcli nil ill I In- fnrfnltml ir tin; imriv IuihIitIiik
iIitIIiio t» UHlIT llllu null I'lirl WhUll I'Hllfltl UpOII
lOllOHO.   TlK-i-Elsli  il tKOr irilllli'illvs  <•(
ilvjnmlt of iiiiNtiui'UHMfiil ii'initM'iit*. win im [«•
in 111 n 110 ilium ii|Min Hit- nxttfi'uiloii ot tlm con-
tnu't. Tlm (HU'HitiHfiil isiiilocor will tw iBt-ult'-
i'li in flillilsli 11 li.iliil. liliiiHirlf Ullll two Nilt*)tl«
lu Iiii! >u 111 ni t:<im<-Hi'li, for Lliu (lilt) fiillllniiiiu
of iln* ""ill i'ntiinirui'1 for to Illi dp Uf nut loll
»r the Honoriililt, ihu Cluef Uounulmtloiier.
I*|inii Um i'Vim'uMou n( iiii' liunil Mir null,
I'llUipie o nillimlf of iIi'I-iihII «Ihivu tjietillull-
i'ii win im I'l'Miini-ii to un' oontmutot1.
TulldOPH Will 1101 llB i-oiulilolt-il inilcsrl ifmil.f*
mil 011 Iiif fiiriiiN siijijillml. nml -.ii'iifit Willi Uie
ii.tiisi hIhubuuc <>r Um tenderer.
Tbo luwoHi 01  uny teiidor iiotnui'UHMrUj
nvue|iteil.
NKii, ¥. mackay.
Deiiuty UoiuinUhloiiDi' uf Lituili k VVuiki
l.atiiluiiid Works lletmrttueui,
VlttWHi. U. C, TU M»y, 1106. Vi
uiiiirtitlt-neil ujjiuiioi.u of Sutunliiy th** tttltll
Muy. iwa, tor the erei'llou *mi completion <>r «
lUI'tfH ulit-.nuiiu frftiiie M-liunl-housi' ui Marj'H-
vllle, Crntihronb ElefUiml plntrlut,
Plnun, noedlfleAtfoiia, I'oniruoi mul forum of
tender uey tMteeeuuii uuditftur tbi* loth Muy,
Uiiu, nl th* othetn, ot lhe (lovuruuiuiit AgOtlt,
Cmiilirooki ofo, H. Tiljbltii, K«u.. Merysvllle,
ami nl Uie LtxxtA* mid Works Dnpttl'LlUflUL,
Vhiioriu. ».C.
Kucli |iro*jiinui intint tie HiYoijjfjH'ili'il hy <*a»li
nt an iui*e|ited until. i-ht!i'in' or ut'i'iltlt'ittu of
ili-liiifli on u i-'harieitnl hunk or (.'liiimlu, tiiiiittt
imyuhli! iu Uie uudtirsiifiieil In tho sum of iW,
wtiii-li * tin 11 ne forfeited If tbo piirty londorltiK
iloi'llnu io ftuter luto iionlruuL wlioli tiullod
upou tu Uu t«n. Theeusli. uliui|uen oriiurlltlnHlu
of di.'ininii uf uoNuuiidnHfui tebdi'rerN win hu
rutiii-iieii iu iheui hj»oh ihu exeouiloh nt lliu
ooiiiruid, The rtudcewiful tenderer will ho re-
a ll I red to furnieh a hunil, hliuxclf itiul two
riiiinllti-. In tin* nlitli ol l:fim tatitl, tot   tin* iluu
fulilltmim of the worll oontruited tor to the
UtllUutlOU Of the llniiurehlt* tin- Chh-r Com
mlHiiuiiui'. Upun Uie eKfi'utiiiii of ttic hum] tint
Hush, i.'bi'ijue or cei'iilllllllti of ilti|ioNlt ehnve
iii-iii luiiuil will hi- MihuiiDil to lliu I'Diilrni'tur.
'lUHlli'l'N Will llUl hit UUll-.lllrrt.il  UlllCHH   iiinilu
out 011 lhe forUM MUpplli'd, und uiyueti will* thi*
•iriuui «iyuiiuie of thi* teuderer.
j   Tin1 luwr-ji 01 miy luiiiiei mu uecoHHitrlly
NKIL ¥. MACKAY.
lief my CuUiiiils-jloiieiof I.uiiiJn mul Wuvk*.
Li&di end Wurki iiBperiun'iit,
VlotorU, U. c>> rib May ikw.. m THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK:, B C, MAY 19, l*i»".
SIMPI£
SILENT (taHSfffi SPEEflY
Purchase   Price   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Mnile For Old Machine
Arnold & Roberts
3*THE DAINTIEST YET(-*=
OUR NEW
Photo Mounts
Picture fi'.iiiilnu <i Speclaliu
rrest PMO GO.
Studio.
Bilker St. Cranbrook, ll.C.
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer   -.
'"""Contractor  w
PHONE nr.
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Onto lr.li at, J. D. MuBKIDtS
Will Iti'i'i'ivi. I' upi Attention.
**W
te -jprovprcoiir.
d
VTl.'lttl.W. MAV 1". IU06.
Cranbrook's 100 Club.
Tliu following Is a li»t of Cran
brool
's One Hundred Club:
1
.). A. Harvey
2
P. li Simpson
:l
W. T. Ii.'i.l
1
Dr. W. S. Boll
;.
R, K. Bouflle
ii
.111UK'S lil't.l'l'
7
0. T. Rogers
g
A. MnlVnl
11
,1. II. Ctisluko
i       1°
Ur. Mill's
11
T. M. Roberts
12
.1, I) MoBrlde
18
A, Vi. McVittie
u
S. .1. Mighton
In
Vi. K. Gurd
!   iti
.1. (1. McCulluin
17
W. 1)  Hill
IH
J. Harris
in K. I'. Matpas
20 f E. Reid
21 V. Hyde Baker
22 Hoggarth x Rollins
2;i K, 11. Small
21 W. II. Wilson
25 I). J. McSwoyn
A. li. Penwick, B'ortSteele
27 C, A. Cook
28 Win, P Tato & Son
•!!• A, H. Grace
20
NOTICE.
Take iiniii-i! Unit thirty days aftei'
iluti' I Intend tn apply in lhe Chiel
Commissioner nf Lands and Works for
permission in i-iii nml curry uwuy
Limber Iron) tlio fnllowtne; lleserilieil
laiuls in boiifheasl K.toteniiy:
Commencing ut ii post planted 40
I'liuins wosl uf iln- timber limine.!
marked .1. A. Broley ol Pernio; theuce
west 120 ohulns, thonee south III i'lialns
tlittuui! oast 1110 ehaliiB, tlienoc north 40
chains, theuoo wost 40 ehains to plaee
of oommeni'oinetit I'oiitulnliig 040 ueres
more or less.
I>. JRNSBN, Locator.
Ilatud Mni-eli 23rd, ltlllll. 15
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Best Time Best Service
"17a o-f  V"v Pro1'   Arthur  lo
JCJdbb WINNIPEG,
TORONTO, MONTREAL,. NEW
YORK.
Via Soo Line To
St. Paul,     Minneapolis
Only Line Connecting With
LIMITED   TRAINS
St. Paul to Chicago
Daily Tourist Sleepers
EAST DUN MORE .TOT.
ATLANTIC S.S. A6ENCY
Through bookings viu all lines
Now S. S. Bnipross llrilniii,
14500 tons, 570 fi. long, Leave
Quebec Muy 10,
fur riiliis, tlm.' tables, i'li1.. apply Iii
lui'ul iii>i'iitn nr write,
Goo, Uillinr,  Agiint, Cranbrook
,1. s. UAUTKlt, E. l.i'oVl.K,
D.I3.A., N.ilsi.n.   A.O.P.A., Vancouver
80
ill
S'2
88
8-1
85
30
37
83
89
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11
42
tli
1-1
85
lli
17
48
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jo
51
54
55
58
57
58
5H
(ill
til
62
till
04
.1. P. Pink
E Paterson
J. P, Huohoroft.Marysvllle
D. J. Joliusnii
H. White
J. M. P. Pinkham
H. D. Curtis
Dr. P. E. King
Perry & Fitzgerald
T. Ward mini
P. DeVere Hunt
A. L  Mi: Delimit
A. C, Bowness
C, 11. Dunbar
George Leask
G. II. Thompson
Drs. King & Green
Patmore Bros.
II. II. Short
P. Matheson
Clupp A Rollins
Queens Hotel
Royal Hotel
E. South
C. A. Gaskill
D. J. Elmer, Moyie
E. Maliandale
U. P. Benedict
P. J. Smith, Moyie
Boale St Elwell
T. T. McVittie
E. Dobeivr.
A. Jollili'e.
Jiitiu Leask.
Rev. W. G. W. Porlune.
renders il necessary that. Naval
constructors should provide the
best type of protective armor in
ull bai Unships The Dreadnought
is  stilted   to   be   an   up to .late
battleship In every respect, but
it is doubtful whetber her armor
plating would be proof against
10-inch guns at a range of 2,000
yards. In theory no hostile battleship will he permitted to ap.
pronch within that distune... In
actual practice, however, it is
always the unexpected I but
happens,
The largest Naval guns in use
today are the 12 iucli type, similar lo those with which the Hag
ship ot the Atlantic squadron,
the King Edward VII.. recently
established n world's record of
thirteen hits out of fourteen
shots. These 12 Inch guns ure
costly to maintain, and their
i inner tubes invariably need renovation after from !!4 to 85 shots
have been tired. It is, therefore,
[lobe assumed tbat no Power
Will incline to the prod net ion of
'guns of larger caliber for Naval
warfare, and it would be quite
possible by means of 10-inch
Krupp sleel   to render a buttle
ship impervious to heavy gun
tire ut all reasonable ranges. At
present our latest tvpe of battle
ship is urmored with nine or ten
inches of steel plating, and il is,
therefore, doubtful whether
finality in armor plating has yet
been arrived at
It is now contended thai the
size required for a battleship of
twenty-five knots speed, armored with u 16-inch Krup steel belt
I ri nn stem to stern, would be
ubout twenty-five per cent less
displacement lliuu several of the
Trans-Atlantic Miters. Such u
vessel would, therefore, be quite
practicable uud apparently desirable in every way. For scouting
and reconnaissance purposes
against opposition, a battleship
ol ihis type would be invaluable.
She would be, lo all intents und
purposes, invulnerable, save
against torpedo or submarine
uuack, and would, therefore,
constitute a unique luctor in future warfare. It is uot improbable that the type of battleship
which will supersede the Dreadnought will be a vessel of a
considerably increased weight
of armor such as the one now
under discussion, as many indications are pointing iu thut
direction at present.
WVM||\U^V     down a "Sunshine"
' hmaee   withon*   gettiag
oovered with ashes ttd itatfr—haa a
dot* In* thmttgfc whieh all the km*
aud  rmmu   escape   when  you   shake ■■■■■
down At In.
'Phis heater is io easily regulated aad operated,
aad to oieau, that it makes the entire houaehuU
bright aad gaaial.
Said *y alt eaterpriaing dealers,   Bwklat tm,
MXlaryfc
Uinta*,  iMOMto,   uwraiaU.,  womipao,   TAXOOUTIB,
R.   WHX.    fUWlalOM.
OKAYING
NOTICE.
!  Ik'1.    NOTICK   11.in    lliirll    day.
uli-t viiii-' i Intend to upply to iIib Chief
We have beeu in the  business Commissioner of land and Works inr a
\.. . ,,     lioense to oat and carry away timber
for several  years, we Imvu iln- ,
iiiiiii th,'r,, .,,ii j:. described li»ud> til
best equi| nt in   H '     and   ,ve  Eas1 K.,.,,„,,.,>
guarantee satisfncl  ..,...,... .. x-
Hlmilt    tllQt    PI   l.'Wk      Commencing at a >)ust marked David
ifilJUUL Llldl i IdilO "-. —x::s„zzc
Wo are tin- aiitliinii'.1''!   aneuts   lmil mi  ■- iv.-sl ol rf k imrhurk ri.,-r
for tho removal of Mason & Risch "'"'   ''""" '""' '">"'  "•■■-| "f "• S>
Pianos, we can do the work with-  '•'""■  l'"""''"'""" ***•>«*■    Th™««
.    ,        I'tttiniiiy  mi imams   iio"th.   !li<-ni-.-   \i
mil risk.     Also Household Pur- ,.lilin. „si_u ,,„.  s„ „,„:„.. ,,,„„,.
nature.
PERRY 4 FITZGERALD
Proprietor* of Iln-
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
llllm, opposite
C.I'.II. Depot.
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
lllll 1MSBES
•v.-
tll LL followers of Isaac Walton should
11 have a look at our Fishing Tackle
t before  making their selection.      We
Handle a  complete   stock   oi   Flies,
Poles,    Lines,    Reels,    Leaders    and
Ms. everything that a fisherman  requires.
JI" Our   Prices   are   Consistent
^ With the Quality of the Goods
I'htin.' in. i ■
I. \NH   \"'l h  I.
I li.'ivla iflvi* llUthv Illli: Sixty iln\ -
Uh'i . i:il«- I inl.-ml tiui|i|'l> In t!i,-ri(i.-:
ti i-i inl Unil* antl   v> •  ii
V'k'tnl-U, li i . im- |ji 1'iiii—Ion tu pur*
chum* lhe [o11ii,vIiih lii-wrlljtil |iii<w nl
Ititui in Sniii)u<u-.t KufiU'tmy:
1 i»■ H11111 i r j u' nl iln- mill- |in~l mi
Llu- N'.ii 1 li.t-u l>.>niiil:ir> nl l.t'l \<>. :tlS
Lh ■•   lii'tlli   80   i-liuin-.    ili.-inr   i-:i-t
(0.15 I'huiiia,  LheiitM* nmi.li  '-'" rlmtiih.
hf'lH'i- t'HMl   111 i'lniiii-., iln'luc   -unlli   LIU
shaltih, iln-nri- wumI mi L'lmiiiH, :i..■•.. ■
■.unlli Uli'htilus, Un-iii •■ .vi-hI " ifliAiiin ii
iikt.-r ni buffliiiilny •'iiiiiitm'iiiL' :ilHJ iiiTt'i
luui't* or less,
ii. im; m mi'.
|M-r'r T   \\ti\ I ITIK.  \:;.-rii
.Muivh XU-A. iWHi ia
mini:k.\i. ACT.
(PIJUW  P.)
UCft'l'tPIUATK UK IMHHuVKMKNU
NOTICE.
•'Huberts",   "Muple",   "Kni-i-c"   uiul
"Ttinmiu" Miner*!" 'luitti^.
Sllimte III tliu Port Si,-.'l.' Min.nu IHviHlun
.(Must Kooteuuy District.
Wlioro loiiutml un ivestslilu ol LinvprMoylc
Lalcu.
Tiiltt) notice tlmt l. .lnnu- A lluivoy I'M
0. No. B.78878, actltiK for myiioll nml ns nt-vtn
for J.'/.. Curna. P.M.C. »t;w;t and Frank ontii-
don. Knit) Mlnnr's Cortllli'lite Sn II.7DA.il. hi*
at-nd, alxty dajR from tliu duto lioreof, t*>
tpply to the Mining Recorder for aCerthlcali
il Improvements, lor tin: purpose ol obtaining
* Crown Unun. of encti or tlm above elnhntt,
And (urtuer take luitluutliat netlon, mulct
swtlon 87, must tn* iioiuiiiriiri'il before tin- Kin-
anco o( auch Cortlfleute ol liuiirovomcntK,
Unted tlii« UMi duy ot Muroli, A.I). IVOfl
13 ,1 A HAiivn
C. E. REID & CO.,   1
IPhone 74        The Druggists.|
W    PUKE DRUGS B'INE STATIONERY    »,
—   DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY. «
SHORT LINE
BETWEEN
,5'PAUL-fHICAGO
. 0MAHA--CHICAGO
lKi«®ity"CHIC*00
Vour uUuiiituu l» nailed tn thu
'♦Pioneer Limited" Iwliw nf the "Mil-
wivukoo A si. Paul Katlway." "The only
perfect trainh in the world."
You will liml It.doslrablo m ride on
t.hoHe trainH wln-ii khImh to any point in
tho Miwterti States nr t'nmnla. 'Plioy
ooiiueot with nil Tfittiduoiitlnenta)
Trains nml .ill 'I'lekot AtfonlH null
tlnkolH.
Por fnrtlior luformution, pantphletH,
utij, auk tiny Tltikut A^ont. or
11. L, POHD, to. s, UOWK,
H*mh. iXgenl, (ionerat Affmit
SPOKANE. POliTLAai)
; The Importanoe of Expert Gunnery.
London, May UK— According
to the deductions which the British uuvul exports have drawn
from lhe Rasset*Japanese naval
campaign, and especially from
the battle of Tsushima, it is
highly probable thai all great
naviil engagements of the future
will be fought at long ranges.
The importance of expert gun
nery is, therefore, the tirst consideration. But thu damage that
can be wrought by modern V2
inch naval guns, at ranges varying from H.000 to 7,000 yards,
NOTICE. "~ |
TAKK NOTICK that Sixty days
lifter date I intend in apply totheChiof ■
CotuiulHHioner of lannU and \Vnrkn for :
periulHrtlon in purcliHse the following I
dot-sorlhod lands in South Raid Koote*
nay:
Coiuuteiiutiig' ut the Soutlioant eoruer
nf Lot -I.II. Group I, thenee east twenty
eliaitm, thenue nortli twonty ehainn,
thoneo west twenty ohalns, thonoe smith
tsventy »'linln*. to plut'i* nf hettiuuing,
enntatniiifi forty aoreB.
Dmu'I this 'ind duy nf May, A.D., IDOt!
Hi Harry T. Arnold.
Thirty days after dato we intond to
upply t«» iln; Chlof Conimtssloner of
Lands ami Works fnr a speola) Itoenee
to cut nml carry uwuy timber from the
following described lamb In Smith Kast
Kootenay, B.C.
Commenoing at M. J, 0 lax ton's smith
west corner, thenco wnut 100 ehalusi
tlience south 40 ohains, thonee east ino I
chains, theuce north *\t\ ehains to the 1
pluee of ooinmonooinoin
Dated April 12th, mtiii.
Ni'Ih. Jnhuson'rt Nn. 1.
Coiuiueuctiirf ut Nols. •lohtisou's No. 1
southeast oornor Nn. l. thenee west im)
ohalns, thonco south -hi chains, thence
oast IfiO ehains, thouce north 40 chains
to place of commencement,
Dated April 12th, l.HHi.
Nols. Johnson's No. -
Coinmutioliitf at Nols. Johnson's No.
2, southeast corner, thenoe I ihi elmlns
went, thonco 40 chains south, thenee
mo chains oast, thenco -io ohalns north
to place of commoneumout.
Dated April 12th, IM
17 NeU. Juku*juu'* Nu. 3.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I, thu undersigned, Intend tn upply
tn thu Chief Commissioner of
Luuds und Works ut Victoria,
B.C., for u special liconce to cut and
carry away Umber from the following
described latuU lu K.wt Kootenay.
Commencing ut u post planted ut the
north west eornei of I1. Pearsou No. 5
timlier lieeu.se, thence bOUth HO eliuiim,
thence west 80 ohains, theuce north 80
chuins, thence eust KO chains tn pluee nf
beginning, containing 010 aoros more
or lens.
Daled this 9th duy of April, IttOft.
to. Jensen, Locator
III -Murked H. Jensen Nn. 1
Commencing ui u post planted 40
chains west, nf the north-west corner of
V, Jensen's No. I timber license;
theuce eust 40 chains, thence smith 100
ehains, thonoo west 40 ehulns, thence
north hill chains to place nf beginning,
ciiiitttltiiug 040 ueres more nr less.
Dated this 10th day of April, IWOO.
P, Jensen, Locator
Marked to. Jensen No. '.'
Commencing ut u post planted at the
iiDi-lh-wc-il corner of l-\ Jenscn'M No. 2
timber license; thenee smith Hi) uhuius,
theuce west SO chains, theuce uorth 80
OliailtS, tliouoe e«t 80 elmlns tn place
nf beginning, eouUtiuiug 040 ueres
more oi' less.
Daled this 10th day of April, HHXi.
P. Jensen, Locator
10 Marked P. Jeuseu No. ii
1 NORTH   STAR       |
-a-     HOTEL :
Kimberley,   B. C. •
9   H. W. DREW, Ppoppietor..^^*-^^,
NOTICE.
Tuki! notlco that thirty 'by- uflDr
Jl.ti- 1. HlOlllldl'|-si}>lluil, illti'llll tlHippl}
to Uui Chlol CommluHlonni'dl l.iitida ami
Works HI Vlotoi'la, B.C., fop n special
llociico to out nml I'u.'py iu.ii.v limlii'i-
from tho following tlomirlbuil lanils in
Kam ICootoiiay. Coiiiiiioiil'Iii^ i.i ii IH..-.I
planted iiliniii iiiii'-Iii.II mill' wesl nf
floppor Creole nn smith altle nf trail
^oing up Skuiikttiu t.'luiel, Itiver,
lll.llieo.iasl Nil i'linin.-. lhi'iii-i- -unlli SU
ehains. Ilionuo west HI) i.'liiiiiis. theoeo
north "ii ohalns, in llio ph  hoirlnn-
iiie'. eiiiiiiiiiiiiijjimu neres more nr less.
Hnl.nl ihi-mii ilny ul April, lum,.
I'. Jouson. I.i.i-i ■
. 'ititnni'iu'iii'j ul n |uist planl.-.l alioui
niie ami nni'hull mile easl nf Copper
I'l'iiek: thoneo mini ti su ehnlns, Ihonee
west soeliniiis. thonee north Sll ehnlns,
thononoast sn ehaius in Hi,' plai I
l.i*i:iunin'j. ennlaiuing IHO aeres inure
or less.
Dali'il tills Illli ilny nl April. Iimii.
1" I', .lanw.il, I iimr
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
SUmiu llollors aud Kurnauo Work a
Specialty.
Cosl unil Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granlirook, B.C.
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
Tho noovn hotel has been recently erected, ami neatly furni.*»li-
ml throughout The Bar in nupplieil with the beat brands ot
LlquorR and Cigars.
NOTICK  TO  CONTItAI
SKAI-t-:!'   TKNUKHS   Will   !»■   iWCivwi   HI til
ODU'tl   (if   N.   K.    Ili'imlis.    IJlvlNioll    KlIgltlL'U
CnnutlUii I'nclile Itiiliwuy Ciilgury, u|i to ir, i
May-.'Hili lUOB. Top I tie mm-iltni. «oinpluHoiiiiiul
ilullvury «'i" it"* fullowliitf l>ullaiiii*H:
six   null   bitclf   idllltloii  to I^iikIiiu IIoush,
Muil mine lliii.
New pom-stiiM Hrluk Kniiiiir nouM-.MnulfOtl
Now Ten Sliill iirlrk EnKlim Muuso    with
uiiuk HoilerImtiMj, U'tlibHilgc,
New  Six SlHll  Urlck   Kiiuliie Hoimo, ivttli |
brk'k Uoilor House, Crows N«--i.
Now  Woodcii Pre!«lit BhcU. wild '■oiipriue
(oUlldUllOtl  «t  Liitllbriilt,'!'.  I0U    Ioiil.'.  HUlMKIttt!
otUue ui eiu'ti end of miii'llnx, rt^ulre.1 ror this
Company nud "h- \ l{. & I. Co.
t'lttUK,   SjJfl-illl-KLlllll-.,   rtllll   I'llllll-Ol   l'M.|.o
null may i»> wntn in tliu ■ »iii«***-> ul
-VwilitHiit Glilof Kiiglneer.G I'll Winnipeg,
Division Eiiglnoot', Culgnry
Km iii tut Kin.'iiu-1'i   Cninbrook.
Temteit. nmv bfl torelloi ,>m oi llu ItiiiliHui**
riie coui|iiiiiv rwrnrviM tliu rlgtittu rujo< innj
ui all tcuilnra
Any furiin-i  luforuintloii .mu  be obtained
iiuiu tbe uij'jv.; umbim
N   i:  UltOOKH
Ulvlslon KiiKHK.-i  Celgary
■'Ulgni>, Ma. lUlll   I*" M
tl eiu'i *"i ehains ivoul to pluc
aunt.
David Broukoui'ldjft*, Locatoi
April 12th. liiutl.
Lll*L*tl*,L' "il".
('ti nun neiiiu  ai  u |iO»l   mucked   D.
• ■■'■ ■      [lye's      -" *ii.,i-i        'ner
i-'-.i-' 'IV ind iidjulnluii the Mmthwdnt
■"- ■    nl   :>-.-n-,' -A': thenee north  IflU
■ i :-. • •■   t'i  ehhins,  thenuu
iin i iiilnt, i ii-'i vn»\ i" L'huln-j
l«> I'lil ll UUIliniiMlL'LMUUlll,
I'li. i.i Un - •■ in >'!."■ Locator
\prli lUth, i	
Lii*e  »l -.
1 niniiieiieliit,  hi  .i  jkwI   nmrked   i)
. li - ■'.."ir.ii;'.-'- soul lieu*.!  eorner poet
liiviiNu 'i   pin I ul the nurthount uor-
hit ol Ihiviil llnn'ki'iiriilxe'h liuensu'A
i iimiiix *'11 elniiu* uorth, thmiue
•"      ■   ,   \>> ■•. ili.'iit-i' in ehuliiti aouth,
tin ui SU uli iin- ensl to  plm f eoiu-
[lirli.-.-liirlil
David Hrueltunrldifo, Locator
April 12th.' IVOii.
Liei'iise "IT.
(Joinmeneiiiy al  u posl   niurkud   to.
ii< i-u-.' '!)' pin i one hall  mllu north
ol the wiutliwusi corner of C. W. Wll-
tjon'b lleeiisc uud about one nnd une-bulf
mil.■--i.ml. nf tin- southenst   -tier ul
!>. Ilrurlcenridge'a Uuoiirie "I!': theuce
north SO chains, thenoe west WI elmln*j,
theuce Minth K0 ohalns, tlience l-u^l m
uhuitis h' place ul commencement.
David Breckenrldge, Locator
April 12th. 1900. 10
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that thirty daya
after date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Lands and Works for
license to cut ami carry uwuy timber
on the following described lands in
i:.i-i Kootonay.
N.i. 1.
Commi ij'-i'ij al n post marked David
llreekeiiridjje northwest corner post
license .No. 1 situated about two miles
iiiutli uf the Skookumchuck rlvor and
ni llie southwcsl corner of llie Claxton
limber licenses and about three aud
one fourth miles wesl <<! Lot (1033;
thence south SO elmlns, tlience oast HO
elmlns, thonee north so chains, thence
west SO chains to place nl commence*
unlit.
David Uroekenridjfo, Locator
April lOth, IU0U.
S>>. •_».
i m,nu,".,■.,,,■ ui ,, ,1,1-1 marked David
lb kcnrldye north wesl   corner   post
lieonse Xo 2 situated al the soulhweat
corner of David Uroekeitrid^e's No. 1
Hcensei theueo running south sn chains
thouce oasl K0 chains, thenco nortli hii
cliaius, thenee wosl 80 ehaina tn place
nl neomeut.
David liivck.-nri.UN-. Locator
April 10th, 11(00.
No. 'A.
CommonoiiiK ;u u posl near llie nortli
.■nit  corner of David   H reckon ridge's
No.:.' license uud murked David lb k-
eni'ldtfe's uortbwe^l corner liconsc No.
,!: thrin usl HIO chains, thonco south
lo eliuins, ili-'ij'1'' west ItHi chains,
thoneo nortli III chains to pluee ol eoin-
inunccmunt.
David Ureekcnrldire, Locator
April 10th, l!K)U.
N... i.
t'oiutuuneluy al u posl ul Iho southwest cornur of David Dreckonrtdge'a
No. 3 license uud marked Uuvltl Breok-
enrldije nortliwosl corner license No. 4
llienee east 100 chains, thenoe south 4U
chains, thence wesl 100 chains, thence
north -10 ehulns to place of commence*
Cline
or iim nlil Mnnitot.li luruiir Sliop
fall una. I.u foil ml III Hi"
MANITOBA llnTI'll.
flli'M cIiish Work In nil liniii.'li.ix ft
..f tin- I
Tonsorlal Art
I FORT STEELE !
BREWING CO,, LTD, |
FERNIE, B.C.
MANOPACTIJUBRS and BRKWRKS uf EXTRA WINK
BEER f PORTER
If  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Buttled beer for family
use a specialty
i    Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 Pi O. SOX SIS      U
1     TBUKHHONK NO. 1     £
|   Fort  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.   t
NOTICL.
TaKK Notion timt iin) ilityn sftor ilftte I
Intaiid to apply lo tUe ciiiiul CominlMloiiurof
I .anil*, nml Works (oi porioiiulon it* pun-tifiho
tlm (ollowlng dmorlljud landn in South Bum
Kooieiiij r.iitiiiit*i(i'inK ,u n pu*i pluutcd ro
the NortliWMt eonmr of Um cost i*roup i
tlienoft bbrl 40ulmtnii. tlauifu iiurlli <w obnlm
l In; I Hi* rti'-.t ill liiml ii-.  then, i' •.■•.illi •»> i hBlim I.i
|.'U, .' (i! t.l!|llllllll|f
OKAS' It   •* ATI H
I III toil Muy i.'Hi. I'JL-i. SU
■».t>n* >■ ».».^i*>..ii »■ ti a**a**%>'*>■■■■ ■A-*—"*"**-*''
Granbrook
?? Llveru
ui:A«r « doyi.k, i>ii..i"h
'r.'iutis nml drivers riil'iiisli
t>.l lur uny polnl in Hi" (lis
ll'icl.
Da. i,l Uri.'i'lii-iii'iilL'i1. Locator
April Hull. I""".
Xo. 6,
.'niiiitii-iii'iti^ i.l ;i poal niitrki.'it David
It: k>>i)t'idtf<> noi'tliwust  corner  poat
lii'fii-i   No. "i pluL'Ctl at tho southwest
ii'iiur "I linvui   l',i kenridgo No. 4
lino : thou i.-i 1001'hiilii.,, thenoe
-until in i'linin-. thui.ee ivost 100 ebalna
thoneo nortli 10 chains to place of com-
iii, ■! in,ni.
Iinvi.l Breokenrldge, Locator
April l'»ii. Ii'ii'i. Hi
NOTICt.
Notion In iii'i'.'ii. (riven ilmt Sixty
days after date 1 Intend to apply to tbe
Chlof i munii--inii'-i ut Lands and
W'orkH inr jii'i-iiiiaaiim to purchase tho
I,,lion in:., described Imnl in South East
Kootenay,
(.'.)inin.'uulnR al n |ii>-i planted at the
- I.imji  hit ..I  l.iii :m Cmup 1,
lliuncc north fortj 10 ohalns, thonoe
, i-i i,,i'i. '111,'liniiiH. thou.'.!south eight)
Hilobnlns, thonco ...■-! forty in clialna,
ih,' iinrlh 10chains lo place of Im-
liiiti'il nt Ci'iiiiliiiiiili   this lat day of
April, lllllil.
II li. J. MoVlTTIE
•Ink.'
I U ,„,,- I,
A. DOYI.K, Manas
^^....►.,,»..^.a»*-.-.,»,*-.-«-a„«-»*' I     IUIi',1 .Maj Sth, 1 »
notii:f..
lilt   .lit)   ,l„ya   nfli-i   ,lale I
i l,llllltI..loll«r al
,    In run 'tills
tllt> fiilli.MltlK    ,1 til,,',I    I I    III    SllUlll RftSl
Ki„,|,,ii„i      r„iiiiiii,ii,',i,i: „i  ji |i.,.i i-laiitinl ill
S,„|ln,,  .1 ,,,tti„i ,,1 I.i,, lall  UrUUP 1 l.iiiiti'tiu.
I lilaiiii'i ,n ntrki'd N K rarsset nrAnnloM,
I I.iiiiIIi'^ I „I,'I,H','.   ii ','   ivimI    in   ubilus
ItlOnOO   >"i'lli   80 i'linin.   ili-li,',  .'nai lUi'liulW..
I tllDDOO tloi'lli '.'I' I'linilia  K, |ilin'„ Of llUffllltltag
vl    I.. PHK PROSPECTOR CRANBKOOK, H .'..  MAY  III,  t'.ii'ti
£##IIHI***«#IdK*<^ ©he Ifcrapector,   Head
J Our Goo
J   flUARANTEED
*
«
«
i
9
*
9
9
9
THE CANADIAN BANK
BATUHDAY, M U   I". MOB.
9 jinnra**B**fmmm*i*i"in*ii?iniii*i**i!+
J I LOCAL NEWS. I
Splitting       OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD OKKICK.  TORONTO
H. E. WALKER, I'.wwnil .1.111.14^1 Al K\  LAIRD, Am. Gen'l Managw
Uiul!   you   gel i. "nml „|,|.
riu.liluiH.Hl llea.lnebelbal n.uluia
^.   ,. w        'vniir b.'U.l throb: and y.uir ev.»a
i   •■uouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu: „]llt,   ,,,,,  makos you slek ti.
t*      ti Stein of Now York cily wus       y.'.nr <t..ii.u.'h iry
* Dl'.  SCOtt'S BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN
V     (1. O. Jewollof JittTnty wnsin THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND
9 tlio city ou BYuuiy. Headache   Powders
* 'I'li,,. I'un'l lmil vmi nml   iln'v'
EANKIMC   BY  MAIL
iy bo U'liiiMivled by mail wi'___ ..-„   	
OllC Dozeil III il lion 25c. of '.he Biuik,   Aojounta may bo opened, and deposits
*M I'Vosli  Nlrnwhorrios  ui Slow .                       ,
9 ''' * '"day. Business may bo U'liiiMivled by mail with any branch
X A  Selmll of ii'i'iuiU, Allil., wus .             ...           ,           ,    ,,            ...'.,
a..*.*-    *» sn.rn.tm a-.tsr.aa.    9 i iho oile .... h.wi i.ws hVi.lnv Mr\i T   V,   A'I','i 11,'.\M    «*•''■*• °'" withdrawn by mail.   Every attention is paid
NOT SATISFIED.? ■->.... ^"-;->* —i •"'-»> ^'auhi:.on t00Ut.ol.t0Wll :lci:ounts.
WHEN
\ mi ure
iirrauu-
Where It Pays tn Dual.
AWNINGS
In Ml siy I.i uud r-ilui'-
Stripe   Duck
II   ' 'nmi i,   ,,[   M.mlmin,      To imitcli .ill  rotors ol   lmil.I
1 'I"' i*lty Mi.inl;a inKs   1.   Slim i   Notlco ni
|inlv;lllr Ol' I 'alum.   |)l il'I'S
9 I' r"'i Anderson "!  l-'''i nn' wits
9 lown \\'oiliu>silu\
£ !■ r.'sli Tomiitoos in  Slowiu i
9 rt '   Cai'liu ,!'"..•  ....■■   tm
9 •   '■■!,'   WVllnO.sdlU
*
:>*rStyffl,
W. $   '"-•' tnP * l   '   l'l ,                    ,'tuid
to the * '   ""\
j                        ,            Hi IU * IMLNWelM    if Wvi'lilie wns A. GRENIER,   Uriinbroolf. H.I
IVI   Hill, jiii,I IV, I   In
In ,,1.1'ini,' ll	
J WEAR      fSJ^V
S     one nt
* our Kain
a     Coats
X antl keep
* clr\
I     We carry a large
| stock of Rain Coats
J Oil Coats. Oil Pants, Oil
0 Hats  and  Rubbei   Hoots
* OUR    PRICES    ARI-     RKilll  „-,-.,.     -
S»#******^^^W*+&*¥^^****W^***ME*«**»**^*^5 sB 'W',,' v.,, .v..,1     "   v-■'■'■■•"-  u''""
Ci^bmoMVodm   ia"S ""   '" Satuiilav, Mav 111, HMHi
^n?nTTT???Tf!?n?n?T?TffTn'fTHT?fH!T?ff?nTfT?fT?ffT???rnn?fin??rnn!f?tTi7i?TH?fi?f??fH?f?fntnt??fni*2 —• v
3        i>l,i Mtm Simpson's" lui mums
\ -  ■    sthe 3  •1"1''' 'ou^hed n\> I
3 Mondny night.
Il,ii<   3 	
style 3     .1. I!. Ili'i'kiniiii. nml MissRnrh
Don't overlook your *
T'p'nT      ^° i'a\e  iusl what s<hi
-LCIi1, will require
iwn Tuosdn
*
OP TO-NIGHT
Bowiiiiq Alley
Wc  also t'.iirv   a   lame   Stuck    *      i   Vi Tavl    London was a
'I Blankets. Quilts and Pillows   $ ! of "' """'" ' ' W'"' :     '" the I!l"""> Buildin«
l.v iln' frost
Big* Value
In Purses
WK hi.' milking ii Ilia OUT in iii-Iihmof
LAWKS HAIIS nml ITI1SKS fur a
leu iln... mi :i- in inuk.i I-...I..I tin* uur inn.
- k.
See mir Window, all goods marked in
plain figures,
Win. F. Tate k Son
Jewelers iml Opticians
Everybody Invited Frw
Willi tn nil nn llie Openiiu
N iirh t.
| •.i„,,:,l.,|i;.. „.,..>_ .■■■„„    ^    ^J[yiJfl[{J'^    g,
3> Iit'ool; visitors on Wodnosd'u
1 . tin   ver\  3
■zs    11 1;  nook, v
iii.-oiivor.   nml
:--•      rd  to wni-3:'   '!   M;,';i.!::"'V,"r  N"lw'"   u;"
Zm mi iin' i'li v I aostlav
'I'li,' I ding Sin
I'm-
hoick Confectionery
I'MlI'lSIl    NUTS
O. T. ROGERS
\
Iveriinn", inn to 2  ■
■    itati        C'lol   in   isaven  zs     The Palm, is wliorn  vim   en
.lill.-i   1,1 proposition.      We 3 -"Vhr I""'"?1  't"d liosl lion,
zs iiiiulo rinii'lii's in ( ranlirooU,
-'  iv pictures ol nur Clolli- zs   Fresh  Lettuce,
ii'i, and il,,-.   ire a. Uud pie   | .,Mr ;"',li Ml"~ •'■ r>' Pt'Uteie nf Green Onions
3 Marysville     were     franlirnolr .   .     ...       .      ,
lures    drawn    Irom   actual 3 visitors on Mondav elioiee Khcilbai'b       » ,.
ZS
garments. zs iT~l'    •    ' <;lu'ice Oranges and Bananas
rii..-artisi is not allowed 3 Mnyte Lend!".' wns' in°'ii," .'ity    Hazeiwood ice Cream Yorkshire Bacon Backs
l.. deviate one ,ola from tlie ^  Pnosday on l.nsmess. stkivaIits ki.VK  «'Ho<'..I.atks ,   .   ,     _    „
orioiiial   ''arment.       Uiat's3     T"l*1«8ll    Hnll
,■„       , , ■     ,    zs     'I'li"   "KiniTK.VAV"    Rn,„ro n o AI 1SU   JXUll
u" ''""'"■'" !""" -"""-'','" 3 I «  well,  flookswoll,  Hallos HUGH   STKWAR'I
iiL'raver    and   savins: 2! well and "ICoons llio walor hoi" I Pi.n.m in nn.iEtm.ui   «... »*..-,.«,-    »-.„„    ^_...._
PRICE PER POUND 25C.
ENGLISH CURED
We have just received our third consignment
f these Special!) Cured Meats.
Yorkshire Hams
.ayino 3 well and ''rCoops llio wulw hoi"   p>|)0|ie 75 Illlll.Stl'OIKl, ftVfi
ZS. I'iiIiiii,re Urns.
"I iivc   ir- .1 >\vcll Clot uni>  zs
I'ui".     Wrv different.           3 N.  I'.   Pnllnrs iml   p.   11 ,| •)"W-l-W-!-I-H-!-l-H-H-H-H-M-
\\ ■■   have  a
mi arlisl in j
inspection,     Mr.     V.      A.  3 •    ,	
,,   ,       , ,   ,     zs      "    Slownrls   Inr   .'Ilni,-,, 3 '"      '
K'ollins dressed in one ol the 3 v„ii,.|i,i,|..s, llh,., ■!,,   Aspnrn %       |,|t|,M" mum
New    julli I'.'iitur.    up In- 3 -11-' Lollueo, Itadislios,  Onions +                 NUTy '  l'IIoiok.
.Int.  suits.    Watch for Vic. 3 ^'''ivin-a Irnsh Daily.
*f?
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f
r.i,\l''i:."i'l.i.Ma;\
a.
3      'riiol'ori'.yCi'i'i'k llvdraiilicCi, , X   If.C Gl'Billll flllll Soil, Dl'illkS  "
£ I     III       I AT*        *f"~y a*f^\. 3',u'e P'd'lins ina lai'RO derrick  lo 1
£ MILL       CC        WO. I  liiiudle  lh''   n,k    r,,,,,,,l    in   ,,,,'i| ^Zt^^"
ICranbrook's Greatest StorelU^i SniofVTSVBoprii-HiXi^^wW
fj- ZS   I   nil, 'I'll iiii. rs spoilt  SUVel'lll lltl v>       .
4UUUUlUilUUUUlUlUiUUUUUUUlUiUUlUiUiUiUiUlUUUllUU^ "" '"'"! Don't Miss a Good Thine  I
Procurahle only from
„,a„,e,i with zl Wil,lil""ls 'fM™'/"* '•";:!:   TKhfll fX   ::      ■'■■"<"*■>
ZS i'1-.lei'i'il   ill   lhe   Ci'iiiiliniuk   in, I* I  |jN|ITl|   r j\
uiiu e I.a Mun   ZS U'l'dnosdiiy, S.        I IC/L/l ILL. C/ *-^- **W*\ 1 "fc d"~\. g'~~a  M^m^miS*,
(jr. 1. KUvjbKtS.
Pani'v iiii.I Staple OROCEKIES and CROCKERY
• Men's, Women's ami ('.liiklrcns'
Hoots, Shoes and Hose
Cranbrook,   -   -    B. C.
»MS!M6^jJi}»8»L«>H'»K»r«Kfl^»« .
i L*J '
m
.4.
HUES SKIRTS!
..     ,      ^     .-^-a.. a. a.      .      a. a - .'.' .^ . »      .■-U    ' TIlOS.   Cll I'i.Still 11,    Of   t ill.   H |'||1    Of
♦ »>.>>,<. .9.9.*.J>Z9,9.9.9 J •♦.♦.♦..♦>.-♦.♦...♦ .♦.♦,*    ,;„„.   Lwlsl( f. ,'„,  wh(J ,,„„   ;,„„„
*   \ isithiK in il i Mil Country" for
♦ Va' ♦   sevorul months, rotui'iied Mondnv
nei'iiiiipiiiiii'il l.v his slslor Mis
C'lii'isliiin
A k I ii I'ieee is :i faithful
friend,    Wn hnvo a choice sul
BOSTON
AKED
1
\i WK   II.WK   A    LA IK IR   ASSOUTM IflNT   Ol'1
WASH SKIRTS
9 ' tiou of Indies nml (tonlH  walches
a 'ill    prices   In   sun   ;l||    pockcls.   ,„ ,„, , II
*   Win! P. T  ,v Son,   .Union ' lum" m        ' ,'l"l"'""li' »•«'• I
St I Iplieillll.-
♦ A, .1. Piiri|iiluirson ul Pernio,
9 P. W. (Indfrcy n.f flalj-nry. nml
a   P. II, I lllmoi I  Victoria  wore
bm- display of  GARDEN  SETS   in our
« Window:  two grades (iOc. anil SI.00
!(ilslOI'ed   III    lhe   t'lislDnpi. Ulilll
nil Wodnosihiy.
,,  ,, ~~,7 iin»»|ii' iii.- iii'-i -iml,
„' '. .,),','"»"1';   V^r-   '!'   ?• Clrnnli, , ■ ,
l.i.lil.iiis.^Spi.kniie. Mrs.   II.   L. I „„ir,l,„.     s|,llvh
'pVjTlQ [■! " ''     "•'''''     "      .........'■     ,'ini-ii.lil,lll'i.M      .11' f
vBrown Bread 1 Ladies Wash Skirts |
In Pique, Linen and Duck in f
White    ami     Linen    Shades |
Prices Kunming From $1.28 lo $4.50
Tweed Skirts
~A   PETE'S   9~-     ''?      '" 'i'wPt'd Skirts wo have   all   the   latest    styles
1'"'      and -ilia.les. parliciilarly the pretty shades ol (iiey
Prices From $4.80 to $12.00
AT
R   N. FINCH & CO.
.'. IN KI'll "I'll INKII
i
4
.9   Cowley, W. P. Addis, ami T. II.
Ij.DMcBRIDEl
♦    **' 9
9
i iii■ 1 i,< tll ii   iii '                                                           J                                         "                                     *,
-iiiiiiii,-,- 'iiitnl Ln    -     ' In? arlii  ■   for Iho children   in Moo tiuil for Ilui  ♦
im,I  nn.l' mil     I'M.  I. '♦!....                                                                                                         '♦'
I'orni'r' : tli.-in            ■
,--. Ill ll,,   I'llal       Llll   I '
-,i,illi   ■                I'llllil
,■!,.,,,,-    Ill,', II     '    .
|I;;;1 ,,        jCranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE*
I- KP. I.I'I'TI.I        ♦  ■',  ♦   ',  a  ■,  .  ■■■  .  9  •■' l ■■*■■*'.  .  9  9  9  9  9  ♦,. 4 9
Sholp of Ulihii'liind, Wis., wei
roL'istoreil 111 tho Royal Priihiy.    |     x„x|   d()0|.   ,„   A    ,,   ,,„„
ii Criiiihi'iiiili Sireei.
BARBER SHOP
| REID St CO. ,
' |Bi»r«KiKH!'*!«r»■l»[»,-.»!V«*SI»i«I« _«l«I^C^|^U«liMI^'>tHi«liN«
llnlr riitilnit. i'li'
NOTICI
D, J     HN
'I U< I   Sol ■ >■  Ihni    Ii   I      I      ■••At I
';    ; ■ ■  • (iUrpcntci        lluililur
liiwlnu 'In ii ■■'"'■I Imnl   ■ i   ■   '        '    " '
n„,     I iiijiii In* nl li i-     '■■ '
unrlh iif tin    ■   "■ •■   '   ■ '   ■
(in.-il   WimK   ill
K'l'llsulllllilc   I 'liir
M. DERR
-Boot-Shoe Maker
■ ..ri. nu um ni i
Nun Work Mini'' I" Mi'ii-ii
MINKIIAI, AIT
I'lilllI I''
{ 111'   IMI'
NOTICE,
I'eili'ii Mlnoi'iil Claim
Hll.li  Hii' I'iiii j» Ir minim in,1.1,
I'li'-i I. .,,.' In,III,I
Will III. l.ni'.vl'Cli     i.i, SI   .Man a l'l
M • mill' I  .Mi,ii',.iill.,
TAKH     N'l'I'li'K     iimi    i.',,    A    l'l    \V
H 'lui .' M ''   S    I'lu.um.  A   ei.ii'lil,,,,
I' M I'   Ni,   liniill'J     .li.lni   I...:, .k    I'.AI.e \
II. I imnl -iiiv iim. h llu' iii
P. J. Leitliauser
Granbrook Dairul--
I P. Burns & Co. I
a— -a.1
rtz. Hi.iiii oiii.'n,
ifiiry, Aliii.,1.11.
Muin Ollluo for En«t Kuiitiiiiiiy, 2
en.iibii.nl., BO z3
  3
WholcMttlc mul Uctnil
i,ii.
We   are   now   pnpareil   lo E
|ipl\ the pnl'lii with l'l K'lC K
?:r'"s,;::,',::,i::''l:il Meat Merchants I
3
3
... Iiiiflniili.il
nl I-     I'A l'l.I
li.teil .1,1-. llll,,.,, ill Uli)   ',
.„   Offinn and Workshop   Lewis St   Armstrong Ave.   SKSSftB:
.ii,| rni-iliiii ink  iimi iii'llnn
 '    I,    lllll.I I,,'  IIH.ll lil'fllll, III
il •■! Mirli I'i'ill.l I ImlHiivi'ln ■
lliili'il Ihja lillh iiu. nl Muy. (Mil).
. K. WATTS
"'" v""   ,    will !„■ saved fm hnliies
i|tiest. sr Dealers in
TWO DELIVERIES PER DAY    E     Live stoc,(
thomm a. eiiMio,,',,,^ w B BARDGETTfiitiiiiaitiiiiiiiiaiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiK
•a
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Abattoir and Cold StoraueS
ZZS
it Calgary. Alberta    -zs

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