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Vol. W.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1J,1007.
No. 81.
THE CANADIAN ROYAL MINT
To  be  Coining Mwy   Early   in
November Naxt,
The   Ciiiiniliiiii    Rnynl   mini,
which is ilie tlrst  mini nnlsiil
llle l'll| lil ll I of llie  umpire   Iii   Im
dominated "oyal." is expected le
lie completed in Novlmihi'i', Ai
|, ,'seni i'iii iiilian coinsuro mini
u I in I, nul ni. linl iil'ler NovoillliPl
III i\' will He Iiiined mil nl tin
OltllWil llllli' Tho |ll'illll. wlllcll
is iii |nv-,.iii nearly lmil H
million dollars, will ni-enie to llu
Dominion government. Dr.
Bonni', ilie ri,.-iiiIv appointed
deply miisiiir of ilie Royal mini,
will return to England shortly
ami will lulu' ii|i dis residence in
Ottawa this fall. The experts
who will hnve aetunl charge of
the coinage will be brought mil
from England, but the hulk ol
I he employees will be Canadians.
All the machinery exeept thai
for the actual minting has been
manufactured In Canada.
M. A. Beale a Life Saver.
News has just arrived from
England thai M A. Beale of this
eiiy. while on a visit to Tenby,
North Wales, had lhe satisfaction
in company wild his brother-in-
law Mr. A. Spreckbury, in bring
iug lo shore a man who was on
tlie point of drowning and being
carried mil lo sen; this being
afler dark, and Iml li gentlemen
being in evening dress rellects
great credit on I heir swimming
powers und common sense. It
took some considerable time lo
bring ihe unfortunate man to life
again.
Police Court Reports.
O. St. .Toques, of Wurilner, was
up before Stipendiary magistrate
Armstrong on Mouday charged
wilh assault ou one Lida Lee. a
woman of the tenderloin district.
He gol thirty days in the city
jail.
Ed Morse and Fred. Bennett
for being drill,k and disorderly
were tined ijij
.1. Human wus lined $1 for as-
Sllll.
S. .1. Bernard, who is from
Pugel Sound, was charged with
heing a Ereqimnlei' of Ihe tenderloin district, and generously
donated, al the request of Judge
Anderson, ft!,", to the city treasury.
J. Kerrigan, was charged with
using beer kegs Ihe property of
the Porl Sleele Brewing Com
pany.   He was sent up for trial,
Will Build Sewer.
Contractor II. Oldham, of
Fernie. bus commenced the
const ruction of a sewer
from Ihe 0, P, li round
house, along Vaiitloriie avenue
to the slough just north of the
cily limits.
Nn Council Meeting.
Only three members of the
('iiy Council were ou baud on
Wednesday, Mayor Finlay and
aldermen MeCowilll and Hickcu
bo lain. There being noquorum,
owing lo lhn absence of aldermen Pink, K.van and Jackson,
and the Old man of the Herald,
no business was transacted. A
regular meeting will be called for
Tuesday August, lilh.
Hus Threader Commits Sucide in
Jail Saturday.
(Jus Threader came up from
Wardner. and while parading the
street indicated that he was
approaching u stale of delirium
tremens induced by excessive
and prolonged use of intoxicants.
He was arrested and placed in
the provincial jail. He was
visited, by the jailor several
limes during the night, and found
in a stale of excitement, und
early III the morning he was found
hanging by a smnll piece of rope
dead    Coroner Moffat held  an
inquest on Monday lhe jury find
ing Ihul he came lo his death by
Strangulation a! his own hands
While ciinliiied ill a cell al lln
Cily jail by using a shorl rope.
Unit, tlie jury can Winch no blailli
t-i any nf Ihe cily pollen for neg
led of duly, ns lhn evidence
Shows ihal reasonable preeauliiiii
was liikeu for the pi'oloclloil ai d
iVelfare of llie deceased,
The New Cranlirook Hotel.
11 hus been decided to make
lie Cranbiook llnlel, now under
juustruetloo a Ihree story build
nig. Ciinlraclor D. .1 Johnson
bus a large lorceof workman employed and lhe building is being
rapidly completed. IT. II Short
bus Uie conlraci for the painting,
TUE KOOTENAY VALLEY
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Home Seekers Coming A Sports
man's Paradise-A Progressive
District.
The attention of the home
seeker lias been attracted to tbe
Kooienay valley, and tlie people
arc coming to appreciate the
agricultural possibilities of the
valley.
Here are lo be found all lhe
elements required In constitute
a rich nnd progressive district,
consisting of rich agricultural
soil, mogniticeiit herbage for
cattle, sheep and horses, a salubrious climate, favorable lo
health, fruil growing, boundless
forests of limber, untold wealth
in all tlie minerals of commerce,
sued as gold, silver, lead, iron
and copper, petroleum and Immense areas of coul. Nature has
surely endowed this valley wilh
a lavish hand.
It is a sportsman's paradise.
mountain goal ami sheep, all
kinds of deer, Elk, caribou and
bear are abundant, us well as
swan, geese, duck and prairie
chicken.
The mountain streams are well
stocked with trout and provide
excellent sport for the angler.
The Kootenay valley offers
special inducements to settlers
who have sufficient stock and Implements lo carry on operations
with, and there is no doubt but
that the country itself will meet
all the requirements of such in
every respect.
The Kootenay valley contains
all the elements necessary for
successful fanning and stock
raising and is unequalled in
natural resources.
Sunday Sohool Picnic.
Thursday afternoon, Augusi
1st, ihe Methodisl Sunday
School lield one of Ihe finest
picnics ever known in lhe
history of Cranbrook. All the
town rigs were monopolized lo
convey Ihe crowd In St. Josephs
bridge which wus chosen us the
placo lor Hie festivities. The
Sunday school scholars turned
out iu lull force wilh an equal
number of llie older folk, making lhe total of friends present
somewhere about 175, Every
thing went oil' without a hitch,
the children and friends throwing themselves into tho ditl'erenl
evenls arranged for Ihem, with
a zeal that was bound to insure
success. Much credit is dun la
the friends who had the organization of affairs, When evening
came and il was necessary for
the company lo disperse, it wus
done with reluctance by old and
young alike, everyone testifying
to having spenl ii happy and enjoyable day.
Adopt A Two Cent Kate,
The Dominion railway commission has ordered the Cl rand Trunk
railway to have third class
carriages put ou its trains
throughout the entire system in
Canada, but, gave the company
the right lo appeal lo the supreme
court This will mean a fwocont
rate fur Canadians.
Visitors Hero an,l Tliure   I'copl
Who Come to Cranhrook and
Those Who Go Away.
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A. 0. Bowness loft nn lln
Spokane llyer nn Thursday for
in eusterii visit
C'lGAlW Hm.iltu Aiiibellu um
I'lii'lmitiiCliib. Sii in  Imx,  .ii    a.   ,i
M i^ lll'lll   'l'lli' Tllllll.'i-llllial.
Mr. aud Mrs I., Robinson nl
Kegina were guests ni Ihe Cosmopolitan Wednesilny.
Hot Iheso days? Well go In
Stewarts for ITuzlowood lei
Cream. Holding more refreshing
Reports received from nil over
lhe district are to the effect that
the banana crop is a complete
failure.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. McVittie.
and (Ieo. Geary of Fort Sleele
were Cranbrook visitors Wednes
day.
Miss Waldie of Kosedale.
Toronto, is visiting al the residence or Mr. and Mrs. II Stewart
this week.
H. E. Bull. A. Anderson, and
il Dunn of Montreal were regis
I ered al lhe Cranhrook Sunday
lust.
(1. Alexander of Lethbridge,
VV, II. and 11. H. Sherrod of
Seattle, Wash., were registered
it the Cranbrook Tuesday.
H. It. Flett of Toronto, R.
Campbell of Moyie. IS. Dyer and
H. C. Studly of Pincher creek
were Cranbrook visitors Sunday
"list.
It is reported that au order in-
council has been passed prohibiting Ihe shooting of prairie
chicken, willow and blue grouse
and pheasants for three years.
Mr. and Mrs. James Finlay
came down from Kimberley
Tuesday. Mrs. Fialny will remain ni ('ranbrook for several
wee ks.
Fred Smyth editor of Moyie
Lender was in the city Tuesday.
He had a Labor Day smile with
him and will celebrate at Cranbrook on that day.
C. I. O'Neil and .I.L. Eckelbery
of Knlispell. A. Hammond of
Chicago, .1. It. Sinclair of
Spokane, and C. 0, Rogers of
Creston were registered at the
0runbrook Wednesday.
The appearance of many fruit
trees in gardens and orchards
I aboul Cranbrook would lend to
j indicate that there are great
[possibilities for the district iu
this profitable Industry.
j The plumbing stall' of J. D.
McBride     are      pushing      llie
j installation of tlie dealing uud
water systems in llie new joint
Provincial and Municipal build
' ing.
S. Eiiy of Spokane wus ul tlie
I Cranbrook     Wednesday.       Mr.
\ Eiiy Is connected with ihe ti   S,
Indian department, and during
his slay iu  this vicinity  visited
lhe St. Eugene Mission,
Cranbrook has a large number
of tliu besl football players that
ever kicked a pigskin. The Cur
rigan cup is on exhibition at S. J.
Mighton's; it is open for a contest by any club in Ihe pass oral
Nelson.
To the Editor:- I wrlle lo ask
If you will do me tt favor; I owe
a merchant in town a smnll nc
count, which I cant pay just now
I dont waul lo go Into dis store
us he might dun me; and  still   I
think I ugdl lo he  told   there
is a call of paint leaking in dis
window; dis name is miichr'ulc,
will you please telephone him
and very much oblige, A Delhi
quenl Subscriber.
Miss Alice Scott, Miss Dell
Seoll, Spokane, Mr. and Mrs, J.
Leask, Mr. and Mrs A. II.
Nesbit, Mr and Mrs. Ceo Leask,
and Mr, Vince Llddicoal were
outing ut Wusa lhis week.
Look everywhere Ihe choices!
trull ui Stewnrls anywhere.
Cnplaili II. Sim v nml .1 Mc
\'nii"Tiinii nf S,'utile was til Cran
tin ink* Friduy nn mining husines
,\. Ilurrisqii is now hookkecli
r Inr lhe Wider Supply nne
Sleelric l.ighi cnn-piinli s
Mrs J. Ca^il.emul dilllghlri
relumed this week fr   uu ex
lell'lcd Visil  In lhe Coast,
BASE BALL LEAGUE
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III.
1,1 II
.Ml Mil.I.l.
2, In Imx, jii
llilht,
.1 S, (iuslv, ,\. McCool uud ti
IS. Caswell of Fernie were guesl}
■ I ihe Cusinnpolilnn Friday,
Mrs. 11, II, SbiVlnniTiliiughfe'i
el't mi Monday for the eonsl,
ihev   will   he  awav   aboul   six
,1. I'. Fink, lell on lhe wesi
hound train Wednesday Inr
points along lhe Crow line nn
company business.
ti. Vi. Sawrell of Toriuili. mul
Vi. J. Wilson of Nelson were
registered ut the Cranbrook
Friday.
J. R. Bromley of Choclow, I.
P., and A (1. Workman nf
.Muskogee, 1. T., wore guests ut
lhe Royal Friday.
Oliver Burge of Perry creek
was in lown Friday. Mr. Burge
left on tlie Spokane llyer for
Rochester. Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. I). McBride.
und daughter lefl on Slllllluj last
ou a visil lo llie coasl. They
will be awuy about four weeks.
M. Mclnnes, F. C Walker mid
ti. 11. Griffith of Calgary were
guests al Ihe Cranhrook Sunday
last.
The new joint provincial uud
civic building was receiving Its
Hrsl coal of paint this week. B.
II. Shorl the painter has the contract for painting.
A prominent mining broker has
staled that he das been informed
the Sullivan Group Mining Company will declare a dividend this
fall
■I. S. Carter, general passenger
agent of the Spokane International railway, and E. P. Gallon
of Spokane were guests ut the
Crunbrook Friday.
Let. us dope thai tho cold wave
which is making central Europe
shiver won't reach Cranbrook
until tlie old mania's bananas have
beeu harvested.
The 100,000 club of Calgary is
making every effort to ensure
the success of its Fernie excursion. We wonder what the
Cranbrook 100 club is doing for
Cranbrook.
Bob. Dempsey of Wurilner was
in town Friday getting a couple
of ribs fixed. "Bob" seems to he
up against his ribs frequently
This being the second lime he
hus hud n rib broken,
Mr, IS. W, Long who hus been
manager of the Cranbrook ISIec-
trio Light, nud Water Supply
Companies bus resigned his po
sition lo accept another as travelling auditor for u big lumber
compuny operating In this ills
trict. Mr. Lung Is a chartered
accountant, one of the best in
Canada, Mr. Long hus made
many friends since residing iu
this city who will regret Ills departure, Before commencing llis
duties with the uew firm Mr.uud
Mrs. Long will spend several
weeks ul the coast.
| Town vs Clerks Play   Ball—and
Town win in Fourth Inning.
Town leum and Clerks had u
pretty argument with lhe wagon
tongues on Monday evoning hi
which the Town were victors,
The I lerks Weill lo Ihe but and
iniiili' n bl'lllian! sinrt, Wilson
acoriuu n rim. the side going onl
in nne. two, three order, Tlie
Town tmini followed uud dii
Spence for Iwo runs. Nn scores
in second mul third Inning. In
fourth tllbson scored for the
Clerks, anil live nf the Town
player crossed Ihe plate pinning
jusl so many runs lolbeircredil.
The Clerks captured two runs in
lhe sixth, nnd one in lhe seventh,
while the Town placed six goose
eggs iu their nesl. The score
wus as follows,
liuihiirs       1 tit* .'ill 7
Town  1100600        imnl        7
Clerks  1 00 I 2 I u    total       i
Mineral Float.
At lhe Sullivan Group Mines
some sixty minors are employed,
development is progressing uud
shipments of inn tons are made
daily.
Al no lime In the past year
bus there been so much'importanl
development work under way at
the North Star mine.
There is not a mining district
in llie province of llriiisli Columbia Ihal doesn't report progress
lhis year.
Investments in Southeast-
Kootenay mining properties us
a general thing have proved
satisfactory lo lhe investor.
The hydraulic mines of Wild
Horse creek are worked energetically every season wilh nu
abundance of water lo keep the
giants well supplied by strong
waler power for moving bunks
nnd washing gravel.
The area in this dislriel known
to contain placer gold is large and
only been touched, leaving still
virgin ground well world pros-
peeling.
[I is reported Idal tin ore das
been discovered ou Wild Horse
creek. The new discovery is
being prospected by expert milling men.
The mining Industry of Soiiiheusi Kooienay instead of declining has a brighl future, and lliere
is every indication that the
silver-lead mines will be largely
increased before the year is
closed.
Methodist Church.
A special service for the
children will be held ul tbe
Methodisl church next Sunday
morning ul 11. All boys and
girls are Invited lo attend,
Bible Classes for both men and
women nre held in tbe afternoon
I three o'clock.
The subject for discourse next
Sunday evening will be;—"The
Ball le of Ide Mind" ull whon'lend
no other place of worship "re
heartily invited to attend.
The parsonage Lawn is open
to all comers on Tuesday evenings; gumes uml social inter
course. Come along nexl Tuesduy.
All open uir meeiing will be
held on Sunduy evening next al
Ihe C. C. S. coiner. Rev. W. R.
Taylor and Kev. R. Hughes will
speak. Sail key Songs and Solos
will he used.
W. II. Hii! left on the Spokane
Son llyer Thursday   for  eastern
points,    lie will visit New York, I
Boston,  Montreal,   Toronto  und i
other I rude centers  jusl   to  soni
ami got  tho latest   styles  and; ' ..' .
fashions for fall cost nines    Mr.;    The  Labor  Organizations   ol
Labor Day in Cranbtook,
Ilill will he u nnpnined  by   his
brother Mr. IS- J. Hill nf Lnth
bridge.
I The Herald asks the following   pertinent   question.     "Is
| there a pound law ill tills town?"
For the Information of the
Herald wo will suy Ihul, there is
la pound law III lhis Cily, also  a
'dog tax by-law, possibly we
Iimii,l nni have mentioned ihis
Cranbrook held ll meeting ou
S;tl ii eiiii v evening last, and look
hold of matters in real earnest.
A committee consisting of S
Miicdiiniild, pi'es.,T..I. Doris, vice
president, Harry While, seere-
lary, W, MacDonald, T. II.
Boyter, J. II. McDonald,
W. Moretoii, F. McKeiinn, J
Breehen.Vi. Flowers, P. MclSwen
las ilie owner of "Brownie" gol I'M. Johnstons, T. S. (lill, W,
nexl lo Uiul fuel last week. Cameron, H,  Hickenbotham,  ('.
II. Knock's. IS. l-'nole. nnd I*.
McMahon were appointed. A
number of sub-committees were
also appointed. A large limit
has already heen subscribed
which  will  he considerably  In
"reused.    'I'he progl'llll   eiun
inlllee hnve noi completed  theh
lisi of events,   hut  will i n lo
night for that purpose li is
uiiilersinnil that a pariulp of the
pupils nf lhe public school is In
he a ll'ill ill,' nl    lhe   i-elelirilt inn.
The C.P.R, will give the usual
reduction in rains, uml can be
counted nn In provide exlrn
i ruins lo bring excursionists to
Craubrooli
Yacht Club KegaUa
Muskegon. Mich., Aug. I.
Venetiun night,n Festival of great
importuuee to Lake Michigan
yachtsmen; will he the opening
feulure tonight of the annual
Mactnwn Bay Yiicdl club regatta.
The principal races will he held
tomorrow and Saturday.
Boston Boys are Human
Boston. Aug. 1.- - That Bos
Ion children are not the high
browed, spectacle wearing caricatures of the comic papers was
conclusively shown by the enthusiasm with which thousands
of youngsters entered into the
sports, gnmes and entertainments
arranged for the children's day
exercises of old home week.
Canadian Cricket Meet.
Ottawa, Onl., July 81.- Great
enthusiasm is manifested among
Ihe cricket players of I he Dominion in the annual mutch hetweon
the United States and Canada, to
be played here tomorrow. Friday
Saturday. Uncle Sinn is repre
seined by the Philndelplila'team,
while some of the hesl players
of    King    Edward's    American
d ain, from the Atlantic to the
Pacific, will defend llie cricket
donors of Canada,
tiOCAIj NEWS;
D. K. Vales of Wycliffo was in
lown Friday.
Vi. A. Meachem of Marysville
was i raiisact ing business ui Cranbrook Friduy.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Hayes of
Marysville were Cranhrook
visitors Friduy.
P. R, Philips ami W. W. Crawford of Toronto were at the
Cranbrook Friduy.
Fresh Butter Milk nl Stewarts
just the cooling beverage for
these hot days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Rollins
relumed Thursday from their
wedding trip, ll lurge number of
friends were ou luiiid to extend
their congratulations lo the
young couple.
The collection of dog luxes in
Crunbrook is progressing, A
large number of owners of dogs
hnve heen summoned lo appeai-
hefore Judge Anderson und snow
why the dog lax by-law hus noi
been compiled with.
It is suid thul the besl way tn
preserve apples in winter Is to
Wrap them in newspapers so as
lo exelllde the Iiif. The exeep-
tion is inuiie. however, lhat the
newspaper inusl he one ou which
the subscription has been paid,
else ihe dampness resulting
from whal is "dew" may result
in spoiling lhe fruil.
We are ready to compete lor
quality mul style of our job work
wilh any printing ollice In lhe
country.
"Ncwspn-  advertising paid
lust, week: il pays this week; il
will pny next week Ils lhe hesl
plan lo advertise every week in
TllK I'iiiisI'KiTiik
Outlining for the mines is done
by tiie merchants of Craubrook.
News nl tracts readers. Thus
circulation is won, Adverlisiiur
patronage is lhe easy and sure
reward of circulation, This is
the foundation upon which Till*
I'KiiKi'Ui-TiiK is established,
TRANSPORTATION ASSURED
Some Facts Regarding the Mining
and Lumbering Outlook of
the District.
The principal wealth producing minerals nl ihe Cranbrook
(HstHcl has mi tm- been silver-
leail and eoal, witli a small but
Increasing output nt gold from
'he placer mines ol Perry und
Willi Horse creeks,
Many gold quartz prospects
iiv now being ile,,'liiiii'il. 'I'he
prospecting uml developing of
galena properties in the s„l
link-, mnl the main range of Ilia
Rockies goes steadily on. and u
number of properties have
reached ti condillou Ihal ship-
iiieuls can be made.
Cupper in paying quantities is
known io exist nu the headwaters of Iho St. Mary's river,
ou the North Fork of Wild Horse
creek, also al Tobacco Plains
and sheep Mountain,
Large deposits of hematite
iron have been located on Bull
Kiver. and Baker Mountain.
The big iron deposits of this
district will no doubl surprise
the world in production uud
quality when once it enters upon
the production stage.
All over the Cranhrook district there are mines that are
rapidly being developed. Perhaps in no section nf tlie province i.-, the outlook for mining
brighter thou iu the Cranbrook
district. In the mountains on
hold sides of lhe Kooteuuy
river, prospectors and mine
owners are slowly but surely
driving tunnels or sinking shafts
lo cut the numerous veins which
outcrop on the mountains.
In this district is found the
two largest silver lead producing mines in Canada, yet lhe
mining us well as Iho lumbering
iudustry of ihe district is handicapped by lack of transportation
Agents of the C.P.R. have Investigated the possibilities of
the Upper Columbia and Koole-
nay valleys and chances for
tonnage, nud their report hus
heen most favorable. Thy quiet
yet persistent development of
the mining resources, the daily
increase of ore on the dumps of
properties being worked, all demand increased railway facilities
l'o build railways, it requires
substantial evidence of tonnage.
This question hus been answered
by Mr, While. Snd vice presi-
lent of the C.P. R. who Oll Ins
return from his trip through
this district, said "There is no
doubt of the future of this
section of country either from
the standpoint of the miner, the
lumberman, the fruil grower and
the agriculturist." These questions which always arise when
enterprises looking Inwards the
development of the district are
inaugurated have all been met
and answered. To the north in
the Windermere district there is
a large daily tonnage in sight
from the mines, a large area of
limher bus been secured and
mills will he built jusl us soon us
there is transportation in sight.
Placer mining is increasing its
development, Large power
companies have heen formed,and
the Immense water-power of tlm
Sl. Mary's and Bull river will
soon be harnessed,
While there hus been many
doubters iu the district, there
ure still a large number of mine
owners, lumbermen and business
men   who  have  had a linn fail ti
in ihe future, who have foresight
enough In pul their busiuess
affairs into condition to aiitiol*
pate the building of railways up
the Sl Mary's river, also the
Kooienay Control railway.
Commission for Cruiser
Washington, July III. The
armored cruiser California has
been ordered pla I in commission toiuniTiiw ut Mare Island
navy yard. She is one of Hie
four cruisers lo tie used for service on lhe Pacific coasl. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANHROOK B. ('., AUGUST 8, 1907
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All kinds of Painting and Decorating
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PUBLISHER   AND   KIHTOK.
©Ijc |fro0p.ectov.
SATURDAY, AUGUST S, l!W7.
ttisW Kootenay
DYE HOUSE
Fnr all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
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I FORT
TBE necessity tor reorganization ol the Dominion
cabinet is at Inst recognized and
frankly admitted by many
Liberal organs, including, we
arc pleased to note, our esteemed
local contemporary. li is
especially gratifying to be I
informed on such authority thai j
Sir Fred. Borden in slated tor
retirement, No member of uny
Domlulou cabinet, pusi or pres
fin. hus ever mi fairly earned
relief fi'om lhe responsibilitiesof
public ollice A thorough
cleansing of the cabinet, and the
substitution ni clean and com-'
peieni men for some of the present incumbents will  be a long
Nothing tine or coarse, Inrgi
in-small ihul we cannot handle,
Cordwood for Sale.
I uui prepared to supply, good
dry stove wood, iu any length or
quantity, Leave orders with
fi, T lingers, the grocer, Beale
A Elwell.
R. S. Huron
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Cranbrook, B.C.
We ftl.so Do Dm Diiciiui
Ollice.I. Lkakk, Tailor
GIVE US A TRIAL,
STE
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Granbrook
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9 FAIRBANKS-MORSE *
J GASOLINE   ENGINE 5
iff.        h s lhe most pei'lecl running engine you can got.    Thejl*
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.ivery
HK.AK*  « DOYLE, CHOC'S
Teams and drivers furnish
ed tor uny poini In the dis
t t-iii.
♦ step ni the right direction.    Bul   I
9  an.re ihan ihal is required.    Sir'" ' * *
♦ ll
A   liOYLK. Manage
'* latest oipilpmetit tor sawing wood.
ft THE BEST is Tilts CHEAPEST
•PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing, Hoofing, Heat
ing and Blower Work.
SDI.I-:   AHKNT8
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BKhWlINu     LU.,    LIU.      | fecenl cnlleaKuchu-lnscalMm"
FERME, B.C.
ft  he must   infuse a  public  spiril
X and inspire some ulcus of com
♦   MANOPACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK    ♦   non honesty iu the rank and Hie
1       BEER § PORTER       Jieh^tS« ' s"
M1NKRAI,  \i
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NOTICE.
I.mii     (ll-iU'8,     liolll     fur.-,    VtklllK.w.
 Xei'lli.-rn Light, Ileal Tliiu.j. I'ull      \l{{
■£'      *■  WllXAitXl ft   I'he party thai   votes  ns  a   unil. Hack. Hearing King, Suio '-/ft
X  tor supression of  tliu  truth   for Thing, Cauby Fraction, y.i.
SOLD   BY   THE   BARREL, KEG OR   BOTTLED    | fear of damage to party in,ere^LlHmt      *%*£ C™»°; \i
Bottled beer for family X   '"'"l '"" rehabili,Kted *>>' the 1^^522^'     '\'i
use a specialty
Outside   Orders ; ■ •
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION      ♦     I dniou politics.  Candidates
ralmosi every constituency in
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M    A   Hammock
#   For   Sti trim er
X Comfort
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.<J P. O.  BOX 812      fc
r)      TRLEPHONE  NO. I      f
icquisition of a few honest  meiij   •yt*f'*1
* torthecnbinel   N'elson Canadian
j 11,-11 Souring i'i',-i>
l-jii,,- Noli.-,- thai I,
•  B 910 as Amilll lor J
iimii.-Iii-lwri-n I't'rrj-
Pi A    Survey  P.  M.
\V« havo :i now lino nt the
in-si muill' iiHiiiuiiH-ks we hnve
i-M-i- soon. Nm only arc those
lianitiiiii-ks designed for couldn't, but slrouglli nml diirubil-
Ity uro insured by lhe uxeep-
linillil i|lllk!ily 1)1 tllllti-l-iilla llsei'
iii lliolr roust ruction.
To see those lllllllllliii'ks is 111
wnnl one, especially when you
loui'ti how little money will
ninki' you the iHissessoi'. The
amount ol oouifot't to lie do-
rlveil from one will be worth
ton times tlie enst. Come in
nml &oc ihem. uur in-iees ure
from 41.50 lo $9.00.
Professional.
Harvey, MoCarter tt Maodouald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOK,    -    H.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Gl'iUlbrook -   • British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
IURR1STKR, SOUOITOR
mul NOTARY I'lllll.IC.
Cranbrook, H.C.
G. H. Thompson
■*^mi  IIAIIRISTKII A SOMCITOH
-Ia*.   NOTAKY I'l'lll.li'
OFFICE   REIO   BUILPINU
Cranbrook, H.C,
T HOMAS   M c V1T T I E
P.U.S. At C.B.
Port Sleele H.C.
DR. E, W, CONNOLLY
Ptiusician »nd Suraeon
OFFICE AllMSTKOSlI AVE.
Hunts:   !i te II ii.m.  2 lul p.iii.
7 to H |i.m.
1'Ilium OHIoo 103    Itusiilun,-,- luu
I.   sixty   iluys   Irom  tho   ilatu   Uerool
ply  to  the Milling Ki-i-ur,l,-r fm-   iVl-lili-
    I'i Improvements, for tin- pui-|MiKeol ol,-
the province   Will   be   named   iu | ulnliu » Crown tlnint ol eueli ol tlie nliove
ihe  near    futui
J ] the  near   future     Appearance ,   ,
♦ . ' l Ana lurth,-] tuke notiee ttml action, mule
• indicate   llm'.   a strong   Couser-1 section sr. must De oomm ml More tin
C__    .      Aivative ticket of popular men willImnceofsaot'coreiflontesori.nprovomouts.
t.       I    ftgt.      I Dated ths 2nd day of October, A. D.. IIHHI
ft             —-   - --      °*> *-**9****    J be put in the field as an aid in,-.-. .i.a.iu,,--
ftftftft99*999**********************************   carrying this province  for the
Conservative party. Preliminary
L. CLAPP ^'* ROLLINS skirmishing    in    the    coming
political battle has already com-
IP
linker Street,
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Cranbrook, B.C,
Iiiiiii
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
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Draying a Specialty
Just  received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages.
A line line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
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menced uud Canada will likely
have one nf the hottest campaigns
of recent years.
...
At the coining general elections
Kooienay Conservatives should
remember that the best interests
of the party will he served by
nominating a home candidate,
one who resides in the district,
and one that fully understands
Ihw needs of the Kootenay,
...
The possible political effects
nf ilu» great shifting of popula
I inn from eastern to western
Canada are being discussed by
party leaders.
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From   dispatches    published
from London,  it  would   appear
that "linal and unalterable" has
again been inserted in the amend
ment    of     the   British   North
American  Act.    If it  has   and
the bill passes both houses, it  i
quite evident thul the trouble is
not vet   over,  even   though  Sir
Wilfred  Laurier was successful
iu securing the insertion  once
more.   The province nf British
Columbia cannot be browbeaten,
either at Ottawa or London, and
better terms will be worked  for
lill ihey nre obtained,    Phoenix
Pioneer.
...
The land of the morning calm
is rapidly becoming the  land of
afternoon Yellow Dogfight,
v 6RANBR00K TRADING GO.
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ILMSO HENDERSON| LSTMTS
I    n'"K FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |   j T,,K u':An,N0 FBnT 8TOH"
£ Always Up-to-Oate 3     Choice Okanogan Fruit:
£ 3 BARTLETT PEARS
§= Granbrook, -      - B.C. 3     apples, prunes, peaches
laiaiauiiuuuuiiiiaamuaiuulaiuiuuaiauiuuang       ^rSSbrSb1"™
^n!!li!H!!!!Hn!n!t!!n!n!m!!M1!!!!8!!!!!!t!!H!ff!n!n!n!mn!g choice Tomatoes and Cucumbers
r ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CALGARY, ALTA 3
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I'.niu.'lit iii ;i Shipment ol Lambs this       3
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week and In phone we will be pleased        -3
to let vou know the clays wc will hav,- -3
£
I   w
Stewarts Fine Chocolates
ilA/.KI.Woul) fOE CREAM
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       rtrinstronu, Ave.
CRASUROOK  LAM) PlSTIIIl'T.
Districl of Kooteuuy.
Take notlco that Alvln s. Trow, or Crnnbrooli |
Hi., ocrupailnn minor, intends u> npply
for t upecliil timlier .'cense over the follow.tin
desrrlbetl lands;
Commenoing nt u post pluntod uttlio northwest corner of P. Byron's timher licence ncur
Perry Creek uud 011 tint south line of limber
licence 3330, thetiee west fit) ehulns, thenco
loi-th NO chuins, theuee east 20 chains, thenco
norlh U0 ehuins to point ot commencement,
-nni contiiinhiK 380 neres, more or less.
Alvtn S. Trow
iHiteil.lllly Intli, 100*. in
CRANHROOK LAND IHSTUIlT.
Distriei of Kooteuuy.
Take notice that Fred W. Mitchell, or i;ik-
inoiiiii. it.c. occupation lumberman, Intetuls
lo upplv for pennlssiKii 10 purchase the following described land?:- -
Commenctntf al tt post planted at the south'
west corner of Michael l.ocser'.s Pre-emption
No. WT, llience due eaBt lo the western bound,
ary of Lot 8S&. thenee south to chains, thence
west 10 the hank (if the Kooteuuy Kiver, thence
tollowInK said bank northerly to the place of
commencement, uiul coiitulnlnffKOHcres, morn
or less.
Fred W. Mitchell
Dated July iih 11m;. 20
.\   Complete   Line  of  Fishing Tackle.    The
Hest that there is.
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone  74 rp^Q   DrUggiStS.
afev Stm-t' I'ln.ai-s ut ti |i.in. e.\i-ti|ilini; Siitunlnv niulils iiiiii ,'Vi'iiiiifjs
/y(^   li.-fiiiv publii' liiiliiliiya.
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SjS^iS^S^L^aSS^S^SSSS^'Si^SatiSS^taSisJ^
The Quality Store
FANCY  AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two tiling tlmt can't be l*i**it
GOLD SEAL TEA
AND
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Lenve your order for Preserving Fruits at Campbell
St Manning thoy will protect you.
£   Choice    Tender   Sprltijj;    Ltitnh  2
I 1
£ nmn,- Vonr unl.'- I'lln.NI-: in ;3
lp. BURNS & CO., Ltd.|
SZZ        HiiiiiI Offloo,
E"       Oolgary, Alborta.
Minn Olllrii for Kint Xuntiiniiy,
Cninbrook, B. O
^uiuuiuuiiuuuiiiiaiauuuj'iUiiuuiiuiuuiwuiiUiuuiiui
CnANBROOK I.ANI) DISTRICT.
Dtntrlct nl Kootenay.
Tdkonotli
UflHlll
I I'. HfliltfCli "I riiHiliriiiiit,
■nhurmun InlomU lo Apply
■l nre ovor thn following
r-iiii iiii-iii'nil' ;it n pout |iln ii I eil Wl elm I tl>, 'Ms i
nml ii'i rliHins Hi'iilli nf the HOIttllWORt COrilflr llf
I'alrlck Kolley'i pro-cmptlnn iieiu-t Lnt g|«l,
thnnoH nftht ID nlmtn* llianruioulli Tni'liiltm,
thonm waul BOehBlni, tlisiicn hoiiUi ht> nhnlim
Ihnnrc wesl Kirliiiiiis Ihenee iniiili li.'i eluiitn.
HieiiieeHHl '.ii eliHiiiH. llience HOrtll fiO f'tlllllllt to
pluco i>r hoKlnnltiK nml eniitiiliiltiH <•<" wtreii
in oro ni ii->*
J   I''. HnUfi-ii
Dated June FStb, (VOT. BT
NOTICE.
Notice Ih hereby given that thirty days
afterdate I Intend toapply totheChlef
('oniniisHiotifi'of l.iuuts and Works at
Victoria, ll.C. fur a lleoneetoproHpeet
for Coal and Petroleum on the following described lands situate in South-
••list Kootonay British Columbia, Canada:
1. Commencing at a pnst plant ed
adjacent to the l.'t mile pnst on tin1
Canadian Pacilic Railroad boundary
line between Block 4508 and Blook
4580 uml being the southwest corner
post nf Peter McNicol location, thenre
nortli so i-iuiiiis, tlience east so oh aim
thence sooth 80 uiiuins, thence wost 80
chains to place of beg-lnring containing
nti! acres more or less-
Located this Uth day of June UK)7.
Peter MoNlcol, Locator
(Ieo. M. ■Imlil. Agent
2. Commencing at a potft planted ad-
JMi'UIit tn the I.'I mile |K)8l oil tile (.ailil-
iMan I'ueilic Railroad bnnntlary line
Iretwccn Block 4503 and Itlock 4AHfi and
being the northwebt enrner |Mwt of
James Dnnbai* location, t henee muth 80
ehains, theiii'i- wot so chains, thence
nortii 80 chalnH, thence west SO ehains
in placa of beginning containing '»4u
acres more nr lesH,
l.oealcil this 14ih day of June, 1907.
■lames Dunbar, Locator
Ceo. M. .Inilii. Agent
ll,   Commenoing at a pnru planted adjacent to tlie 15 mile poMt on the Canadian Paoiflo Railroad boundary line be-
twoen  Blook 46«;i ami  Black 4581) aud j
being the MMithwesi   corner i>08t of j^ To jgg j)own „„,, ^.- ,,  lllon,i1(  or one t1ilr<1  down and  six,
Charles French location, thenee nnrth I
80chains, tbence east ho chain*, thence Uvolvn ttml oiffliloeii months for balance,   Prices
Mm ih 80 chains, thence west 80 chains | ^s"i lo $l.-"» per  Lot.    Inspect maps and plans
tn place of beginning containing (HO1
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phono "i7. Hond Olllco Calgary.
WHOLESALE!  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. . ■
Our meal is always Crash, ns all our hoof Ia killed in
Crunbrook,
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Mt'i't tivtii'v Ki'lilfty ut S [t.iii.
Visiting   lll'iitlii'i's  Coi'iliully    Inviii'il
Chas. smith, W. PrenM-int
M. II. HlI.I.INils, Si'ny.
Afi'ii' 1'liyHii'iuii. 1'. o. Box Sri.
^iWlWni'W.'^'i'WlVlrtrtVWVtoW.iWrtVrt.li
1 Rocky Mountain Chapter
if NO. 125. R. a. M.
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flti'yulur iiieetliijrn:- liml Tiuis-
-. duy in I'lii'li uuiulii nt. iiiiflil
3   o'clock.
j     sujiiiiriiiii).' Compunlotis  un1
£  tiiii'ilially Invited,
Wm. R Tatk, Scribe B.
4        CRANI1HOOK, H. C.
I      Dux
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ANCIENT ORDER',!FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   SND   AS'll   ITII   THI'KSIIAVS
IN WATTS' HALL
VM-titing   lii'i'tlicrii   cordially   Invited
0. I!..   IV. P. MACDONALP
Secretary, W. HKNPEKSON
Tonsorial Parlor 1
For a Cool and Clean Bhavn
Or a Perlect Hair Out
A Hot or Cold Bath
--»'TO Walter B. Lalng „JKt3Jm|
Baker Street, ('riuibrook, n.O.    1
C.P.R. Men
Make Money
Invest In Lethbridge
REAL ESTATE
SUNNN'SIDK and WKSTMINSTIOi; AVI3NI.TK,
nloHO by Hu' ('.IMI. i nu-lis and the A^rlculturiil
l''iiir (li'diinils.
W. R. BEATTY
rmluriiikiM',
KtllllulllllT.
i-'iintirul Dlrertor
CIIANIIHOOK, III'.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Itiilli'is uml I'liriiui'i' Work h
S|ii'i'lally.
('ost. und Slock Estimates
li'iirnislit'il I'iiiiii A|i|ilirn
lion.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
fti'pnfi mure or It
t.ucHh'd I Iih I-li Inlay of June, IIKI7.
Cliarli's Kronuli, Lneiitor
CJoo. M. .Inild. Ajfunl
4.    CoiUniUIK'llId III tl |tost jililtllMil Hil-
jiii'i'iil Iii tin* Ifi mill' i ins I mi ih.' I 'ihiii-
dlllll 1'io'ilii- l.iiili-oinl iMiiindury line lie-
iw.'.'ii Bloelt IftlKI uml ItliM'k ir>K!iiunl
hnltiu; lln* iinriliwi'Hi eoruer [nisi Joe
TiitinliaiiHcr Inralinn,  Iht'iin- noilth 80
i-liuius,  thi'iii ant HO chill hfl, tliuticu
norili SOrlmliiM, tlii'i w.'M so rlmliiH
iu |iluno iif iHitfliiniiitf enntaliiiiiff mu
ihm'i'm inoi'f or Ii'sh,
l.ni'ul«d Hii- Ulh iluy ot .TtlUO, 1007
Josepli Tuiinliaiih'T, l.oratnr
26 CJho. M. Judd, Agunt
Willi
Elegant New Residence
Willi iii acres nf prime I'Ynii nml Kni-ming Land adjoining
I'.'irily cleared and plotiglied and planted with fruit trees.
Perfect irrigation plant.    Barn, stable, etc,
Within One and a Quarter Miles of Cranbrook Post Office
Joseph Ryan, Cranbrook, B.C.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter *$ Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Prion
Office and Workshop Lewis St
*9lkSi>«-k9S9«S«WSiMttatfiW-*1
g| Cline
IM llm nlil M.mini,a II., |„.| M),,,,,
''u iw Im riiliml In lln-
MANITIIIIA IIIITKI,
PIl'Bt I 'la» Work In all branches
Tonsorial Art THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, It C, AUGUST
I'.n-
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ft.ftftft^y*i*\4Cftj97^*7-ft a 3C^X^3C^J<C^C$^r*
I LABOR DAY *
i
Por Labor Day, Monday Sept Snd, a Big Program *
is being prepared, nnd there will be all kinds of sport, 'ft.
h'ull details Inter.    Commillea is hard al wnrk arrang- »
ing big program. -♦
S. Mai DON A I-U, President      H. WHITE, Secretary     .*•
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LABOR DAY
4j-*L^^^i^>^>:^>^>^*;.* «o^p«^'>^x^x^x^!:
CHANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Kootenay.
Take noi i-u that n, ,\. UrhUUI ot Kimberley,
ltr„ lumberman, luteiidti toapply foraipuulal
Umber licence over the foi low iug deKorlbed
I.i litis:
I'l.uiuieii.'intr Nt a pusi |)litntt-il ;hi L'buias
nortb and .hi i lialns weat ot tin* southwest eorner of l.ol 1879. iiifucti Muuiti ii!H ctiulii-. tbeuce
wchL IW I'lmluti. thence ninth 198 Uhalns, thence
eaxlftOcbaW tu place of .legltmiHg coutaluitiit
ti+i acred more or less,
0. A.Oasklll
Haled June SS, |W?. 27
l'HANUK(H)K  LAND UISTKKT
District 01 Kooienay.
Take notiee thai 1. John 9wisher, of Spokane
orrupation carpenter. Intends to apply ror ;i
ineulal timher licence over tbe [tiiiuwlut; deacrlbed laud*:
i.'ommeiiuhiK at a pint planted ut the northwest corner of w. it. Smith's Umber limit,
theuce north mo chains ihenee cast hu chains,
Uu-hce tomb 80 chains, theuce weat 80 chains to
(mi nt ut coalmen'fine nt. and coiiutltiintt (HO
aoiet more or lex*
John Swisher
('. l.'tik-uiie, Agent
Hated July 10th, MOT, 99
OKANBROHK LAND DISTRICT
hlslrlci of Kooteuay.
Take uotlec thai 1. Mrs. John Swisher, nl
9|.,ikaw, intends to apply for a special Umber
llueuce over the followlllK described lauds:
("omuieneliig ai a post plauted on the eaal
boundary of block 4,Wl cnmmeiitdiitt from the
No. k mile pusi theuce i-ast WO clialna, thence
■outh 40 ebalna. tlience w it 180 ebalna, tbence
muill Wi'halns t» point of commencement, snd
coiiiainiiiii iU'J acres more or less
Mrs. John Swisher
U. Unlvune, Agent
Hated July I nth. ltttir. !W
(.'KANBKOOK LAND DISTRICT1.
DUtrlct o( Kooienay,
Tuke notice that James A. Hitrvev,
ofGYttibronk, li. i\ occupation Solicitor
intetab to apply for a special timber
licence over the following deftoribetl
lauds:
Commendni> ui it post planted on the
east bouudary at C, P. R. Rlook 4592 at
a post marked "L 4592" being llie 20
milu pitet. thenre soutli IW) chains,
thence easl 40 chains, thence nortli 1**0
chains, thence wesi 40 chains to point
of commencement, ami containing t'M
acres, more or less.
James A. Harvey.
' Dated June 9flth, 1907. 2K
OltANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
0lilt Id or Koolensy.
Take notice lhat .litiues A. Harvey.
ofl'ranbrook, II. 0. occupation Solicitor
intends m upply for a H|Kjulal timber
licence over the Following described
lauds:
Coiuincncino at a post pluuled at a
distance of 120 chains in an easterly
eouree from the eust boundary of (J. P.
II. Hloek 4.')H_ muasiired rrom Ibe 2',l
mile |Hist, (hence soutli SO chains,
thence west HO chuiint. thenee north NO
chuins, thetiee eust SI) chuius to point of
commencement, and containing ti40
liei-es moru Ol1 les-..
James A. Harvey.
Ilaioil June'Jllth, IIKI7. 28
CltANIIHOOK LAND UIHTItlCT
plslrlcl ni Knoltumy.
Take noi ice thai Jiuucs A. llurvey.
uf Craubrook, ll.O, iH'uupatloti Solicitor
Intends toapply for a special timher
lleenee over '.he following described
landa:
Commencing at u posl pluuleil ou the
eaat iH.mulary on'. P. U, Hloek 4692 ut
it poal marked "I. 4592" being tbe 21
mile post, tbenee nortb SO cliuius,
theuee easl SO chains, thenee suuth SO
chains, tbence west SO chains to point.
of commencement, und containing 640
ueres, more or lens.
James A. llurvey
Dated J uue mii, 1907. 28
UKANUKOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kooteuuy
Tuke notice tlml W,  It. Smith, of Helena, |
occupation doctor. Intends to apply (oraspeclal
limber licence over the following described
lauds:
Commencing ut h pout plauted on the eHst
houndury of Ulock I5'.n commeuctiiK at the 8
mile post, llience etlHt UK) ehain;,. thenre nortli
to chuins. theuce wesl WOchains, thonoe soulh 40
chsltiH to point of coiiiineiK-eiiieiil. uud containing litU acres, more or lc>s.
\V. It. smiih
0. Unlcune, Agent
Duii'il July li'lli. 1907. 2D
CKANUUOOK LAN" D DISTUICT
Dlsi rict or Kootenay,
Take  notice   thst    Malcom    Mcluues,   of
McUnaporo,   Alia.,  occupation   Mill   Owner,
intends toapply  for a  speeiui  tlllllter  licence
over the following described luuds:
Commencing at a post planted one-half mile
Norili of the Ninth Weit Corner of Timber
Licence No. 10-JB2, theuce uorth 40 chuius.
tboilcc east WO eluilus, thence south 4U elmlns.
theuce wost 100 dial us tu point of commencement, snd coiiiiiliiliiH i'iii) in-tes. more or less.
Mul com Mutinies,
Dale K.th July I1KIT. :u
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kooteuuy.
Tuke notice Hmi Mul com Mcliinct. of
Mednupore. Altn.. oceiipulloii Mill Owner, 111-
lends to spply Tor a special timber licence
over ii.o following described lands:
Comuunrliig at a post planted althe N*. W.
Cornet-of my Timber lieeuee N'o. WiJifcJ, thence
north 40Chains, tlienee eust 100 chuins. thence
loiith tO ehains, llience west nu chuins to point
oi commencement, and containing 040 aoreR
more or lest.
Malcom Mclnnes,
Dated 15th,July 1007 ;il
(IKANIIlHNiK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Konlenuy.
Take notice lhat James A. Harvey,of
Craubrook. H.O.) occupation Solicitor,
intends hi apply for a special timber
license over lhe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at a
dlsmuce of 120 chains lu an easterly
course (nun tbe easl boiindryoM.'. P. R,
Hloek 4592 measured from the 23
mile pout- thenee north ttO chains,
thence west SO chains, tbenee loilth SO
chains, theuce east SO chains to point of
commencement, aud containing IMU
aires more ur less.
Jumes A. Harvey.
Dated June 20th, 1907. 2S
CUANBROOK LAND DISTRTCT
District of Kootenay
Take notice that Malcom Mclnnes, ul
Mednupore. Alia., occupation .Mill Owner. Intends to upply for s special timber licence over
(he followlug described lumls:—
Commencing at n pout planted t!0chaltn West
of ihecroaslnn ur the North Fork of Michel
Creek hy oue of the North houndarlei. of Hindi
t'lHH. tbenoe wesl 100 eluilus, theuce norlh 40
chains, thenee east ion chains, theuce goiilti tn
cliuius to point of commencement and contain,
ing IttOucroB, mure or lesi.
Dated 1Mb July. MOT.
Mulcuni MchiliCHs.
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CHANBROOK I.AM) DISTRTCT
Dislriel of Kootenay.
Take notice thut Malcom Mclnnes. ol
Medusporc. Alta. OCCUpHtlnti Mill Owner, intends to upply for a special timher licence over
Ihe following described luuds:
Commencing ut a posl planted at the N. K,
Corner of application No. .it Malcom Mclnnes
theuce west IHO chains, Ibence north 40 chains,
tlience cant M0 chuins. Ihenee soulh luctiaius lo
point or cdiiiincnccinent, ami containing rttfl
m-ins, more or less.
Mulcom Mcluues,
Dated 1Mb, July i«ii. :ti
CUANIIIttHlK  LAND DISTUICT.
Dislriel or Kooteuay.
Notice Ih licrehy glvuil Unit I (leorge Hell of
Ksi's. out., farmer. Inteuil to apply to i lie chief
Commissioner of Lauds ami Works for perinls
iimi lo obtain u speeiui Timlin- License over
llie lollowing described laud 111 Southeast
Kiinti'liuy:
Commencing ul n post planted at the south
wesl corner or Lul Sill. Uroup One. Thence
north eighty (HO mil chuius. I hence wesl eighty
i hu isi) chuius. ito-ucc Mm Hi eighty (su .00) chains
thouce suit eighty (H0.no) i'lialns to the plu f
l-c'-inning,
llenrgo Hell
Plir II. II. MeVlltli-Aceiit
DaieJ ihis mil duy or July, MOT. Ill
CURMORATION OK THK OITV
OV CltANHKOOK
1'tMDK Lli.'KNCKh ure now due uiul payable
uiHe-onicc or tbe city dork.   Infractions or
tills by-law will he slrlcllv enforced.
TMOH. M. HiMtKHTs
City Clerk
ORANBROOK l-ANI) DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice Ihul I Wllllum Staples o» Wycliffe H. ('., occupHllou liiiiibetiiisu. Intend lu
apply for permission to purchuse the billowing
lleserilieil land:- Commencing ut a post plunteil 40 chains wesi or tho west boundary of Lot
WHO, thence north SO clialna, ihonee enst if.
clu.lns more oi less tu ihe western boundary or
Lol '.•un. thence  south Till chuius more or less to
lhe bank of the Hi Marys river theneu follow*
Ing the St. Marys river lu a westerly dlrecllmi
to the plu r beglnulng uml oonlalnlng UOO
seres more or less,
William Staples,
Dated July Unl, IW7 '&>
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Advettiue iu the PlOSpeOtOCt
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h Soulh Lincoln St rent
OkaI.KDTI'.NDKHS addressed lo ihe under-
O signed, uud endorsed '.'Tender for Public
llullding.Cumberland, H.C will he reeeivail
at this ollice until Monday, August W, IW*. Inclusively, for the construction or a Public
Huiiding. Cumberland, H. C.
I'lutis iiiiii specttlfHllnii chii be seen unil forms
of lender obtained ut thla Department uud ou
upplleation to tlio Postmaster at Cumberland.
Persons tendering are notified thai lenders
will not be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, mid signed with lliolr
liciual signatures.
Kaeh tender must he iicenmpuined hy an
reptpied cheque ou u chartered hank, made
payable 10 the order of tbe Honourable the
Minister nf Public Works, equal in tou per
cent (lu p. e.) of ihe amount of the tantler,
which will be forfeited If the parly tendering
decline to cuter Intn eonli'iiel when culled upon
to do so. or if he lail to complete Uie work contracted for. If the lender he not ilCOOptOil the
clict'ii • will he returned.
'I'he department .Iocs not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or uny tender.
By Order.
KURD. UKI.INAS.
Secretary.
Department or Public Works.
Ottawa. July 19, IW". Ill
CKANKItOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District or Kootenay.
Take notlco that Kmma .Towltt of Wardner
it. c. widow Intends to npply for permission in
purchase the following descriheil land:
Commencing at a post planted ut the south-
west corner of l.ol i, Uroup l. Kootunay District, thenc-! south 80 chains, llience oast *Ju
clialns, thence north 80 chains, thence west io
chains io point of commencement, mul containing 100 neres more or lens.
Kmmu.lewitl.
Dated June llth 1007, H
CRANHROOK LAND DISTUICT.
DISTUICT OF KOOTRNAY.
Take notice that WlllllUU Nelson id Wurdiier
occupation labourer Intends to apply fur permission to purcliase thu following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast corner of hot rtt.W. llience norili su chains,
thence west -in chains, thence south 80 chuius.
theiiceeast 40 chains to potul ut commencement,
und containing !K0 acres, more or less
Wllllum Nelson.
Duted June Illli. 1007. '.'I
CltANBKOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Koolmiav,
Tuke notice that Rdward Covell, of Crtiu-
hruok. occupation, prosj lor, Intends lo apply
lor a speeiui timher licence over the following
described lauds:
Commencing at it post planted at the north*
cam corner of Alex .McKeii/le'sTllulicr Licence
ultOUl iu chains eusl of the upper end or llie
canyon ou Ihe Little Movie Itiver, theuee
soutli to the -iniiiicuM oor ner or Hie   Mild
lieence. theuce west su i'liuins tn  tl asl   line
nf W   S.   Hell's licence,  iln ti soulli  lo lhe
north  line id  Wilsons llcoi  thenee easl to
the   W Ijil   Illli- Of   I-:.   HullUU'a  licence,   llience
mirth liM i'IiiiIiih, theuee west tu the place ul
beginning containing "10 acres, mtiruoi less,
Kdwitrd Covell
Msyimih, p.hi; 38
Methodist Churoh.
Robert Bcqes, Pastor
Siiiiiiuy Mctniiii'j ServU'Qal ll a.m.
I'ullowship iiHjetlu" - - 12-ir-a.m,
Sunday Schoolawtl BibleCliutfH |>.iu.
A special Invttntion is jriven to
young uit'ii to nil.'ml thr |mslops
bible class.
Salvation  Arum Barracks
PATMOUK IIAI.I.
Sunday Services:
Aflfi'tiiinii     -    •
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- :i u'.-lui'k
- NuVln.'k
tlt 1.45 imu.
•i'V nlirhi   mi
Mooting hold  -
fi'k oxeepi Mondn) al 8 p.
x%he tyvoQvetfov
SATURDAY, Al'Ol'ST
Hollow around
as Illustrated
$2.50
Double Concave for
Extra Heavy Beards ,
$3.00
THE v "  /*"
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l.(H'Al. NEWS.
.1. Vi. Davidson nl'Ciiluni'.v was
at tlie Crnnbrooli Tnosilny.
T. W. Ooi'san ul Pernie was in
lown Momlay.
(' li. aril E. 1.. Staples i.l'
WyclilTe were gnosis at tlio Cnin-
brooli Tuesday,
Mr. ami Mrs. Vi, Clark of
Winnipeg were pilosis at lh,'
Cosmopolitan Weilnosilny,
I). .1. Rlmor of Klngsgalo was
transacting business at ('ran
brooli Wednesday.
Lawns and Hower-beds in all
parts of the city are looking their
besl.
There will bo plenty to be
thankful for whon Thanksgiving
Day conies around
ll looks more anil moro each
day as if the "Japs" wore deter
mined lo have thnt Kore (a.)
Tho time is near, ami citizens
generally aro making nel ive
preparations lor lho celebration
of Labor Day.
Local sportsmen wore out on
Sunday last catching the gamey
trout, several gooil catches are
reported. President Cline was
at Cherry Creek a few days ago
he reports bites in plenty, a bill
wiili every bite.
Mrs. Robert Dore of San
Francisco was a guesl al the
resilience of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Armstrong this week. Mrs
Dure is here ou a visil to hor
husband Mr. "Bob" Dore, who
has boon identified wilh placer
milling on Wild Horse creek
since 18114,
H. L. Ferguson ami .1. II
Wright of Stamford, Cl., S. li.
Camp of Wimlslaill. Cl.. II. C
Ramsey of Wyoming and (I
Lyons of Pliilil., I'a.,were gnosis
at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
The parly left during the after
noon for the Windermere
country.
.Some dangerous complications
for the United Stales as well as
European nai ions are likely to
grow out of I lie Japnueso trouble
in California, Al tho present
time the word is "look to Kasl."
There is a reason why CARBO MAGNETIC Razors are the best in the world
TWO WORDS TELL THE STORY
ELECTRIC   TEMPERING
This method ol tempering which Is OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, PRESERVES THE
^t=U°N ln the steel bl*des- whereas tempering by lire, the only other method known.
DESTROYS it.   CARBO MAGNETIC Razors NEVER need to be HONED orOROUNDin private
^■te^WOtS^B^the —-CARB0 M ACNET,C
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Cranbrook, B.C.       -      -      -       The Druggists
RAZOR
OHANHUOOK LAND IHSTHHT.
Ulsirlei nf Kuouumy.
Tuko notice ihni Itobert II. McCoy, ul a mini
1'inUs   \'   Dukotit  occupation   Lumber mini.
inii ink lui-|.|-ly (of ii  HOt'dlll  limber  Weeme
over thu following deH.rllH.il lumls:
Commuiii'liigHi » |)ohi pliuiti'd ttlioui ;> mill's
In u westerly illreetlon from the Bouthwest
I'oriierof Lol Mm. theneu enst 811 ehulns Ihenee
simili Si)elniins, llieneu wesl mi eluiius, theuee
nurth in i'liuins to iniiili uf I'ummoneeuiL'iit, ami
euiunluiliK ftlU acres more ur less,
Kohert 11, McCoy.
DHietl July Sfith, HI07. hi
CUANHROOK LAND IHSTUHT.
Ulsirlei oi K'outuiiiiy,
Take notiee Uml  Koberi MeCoy. o( Clrum
Korku. Nortli IKtktiin oueiipHlIoii Luinburtnui
Inteuils tnnnply for a speelnl tlmbei  lleetiei
over the lollowiuji Henerlbeil lmuis:
Comoioiielng u u pusi plunied nbout ft mile
in ii westerly direction from the Soiitlnvcs
corner of Lot sun. ihoitcoweslHOclinlns.tliune'
{-.'intli so eliuins. iliuueeeiiHt nn chuins, Iheiie'
j north in rhaiiis to poini ol eimiinoHceinent, am
mi; 11
imti'il July 35th, IWI7.
01' less.
KobortH, McC'i
CltANHKOOK  I.ANIi HISTKUT.
District of South Kasl Koolenny.
j*e iiotleu iluu i'niil Hnnilluy.of Cranbrool
speehil llmlior licence over lhe follmvliii
ibud lumls:
.'ill H pOSl |il;illt.-i
l Itlui'l; :::<]. Uiene
I two uml ii hull
ichsI IU chains,
rtttBl   HU  i'liuins
lis I -10 I'llllillS lo
i'iii, nii'i eon till ii I ii h
i'niil 11 mnl le
Hat.-il .lu
CHANBHOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Tiiku notice Nun John  lleiil of Uiunhrotik
I.C.. i upiition runeher. Inteuils lo apply i»
lermissiou lo purclinsc the following describe
Commencing ul n n
■list cornor of Lol llll
ilghly chuins, theneu
■usi sixty eliuins, tl
lii'iii'i' easi twenty e
■imiiis io [milli or rot
luntoil at thi'
K.D., thene
ith forty eluilus. theuee
•i' nortii twenty cliuius,
ns, theuee north twenty
eticen t.umleontulti-
Johii Uehl
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Take nntlim Uml .1 is A.  Ilai'vuy,
nl (.'niiiln k. Ll.U. iH'i'iipiitliinKiiliiiitiir
IlllUOlls 1(1 ll|l|ll,V    tni'   It   Hjll'lliul    tillllli'l-
liuuni i'(ir tin- liillmvliin   (lesi'i'lbuil
lumls:
CniiiiiiLMioinjj ut ii pnsl pliinh-il nn ih,-
nusl liniiniliirv nl ('. I'. II. Illni'k l.-JiL'nt
u pnsl miirki'il "I. 4fiB2 ' I><• i11jj lliu :'n
mil,' pnsi. ili.'N,',: norili sn chains,
tliL'imo nasi Sll L-halnu. llienoo snntli so
elmlns, lliunco wost 80 elmlns lu poinl
of ciinuncineoniunl, unil contulnlntj; 1140
ueres. Illnrc III' luss.
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Cranlirook   omiiijmtlon    liutulkunpur, J
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ithaliiH eiiHt or the 211 Milu  1'iwl mi llio
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Dated Julv 4th, HHI7. 28
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having buck yards,
and closets to clnan, ami refuse
mailer to l«- taken uwuy, should
leave orders witli me.
I.nuve nrdui'H ut. tin-1 Illy i Harks office
or ilrop ii pii-iiil oartl in liox iu'i.
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WHY DO MOST
RAZORS PULL?
lu-i niisc thoy are tempered
unevenly hy lire ■nil
will not hold an edxo.
CARBII MAfiNlillC BAZOKS
are tempered .11 hard
■s flint liy our exclusive
protest ot electricity.
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lOdnliHlrn lo i i  i im ■ ment  nml eon
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5H1UI  .in-   iii J tun  i - i     I  i-i.    li icnl i n
J,  I   I    Will.
Sterling Silver
A   pi  of KTKKI.INi;   SILVER  is al
ways appreciated.
TEA M'ooNS OIOPPEE sl'i IONS
HERRY SI'oo.NS     SUfiAR SPOON'S
BUTTER KX1VKS
I'M.I) MEAT PORKS
CREAM LADLES  SUCAK TONUS
Wm. F. TATE
THE JEWELER
l', I'. It Wllliill Iiis|ii'i'Iih'ii Crows' .Nci  '•'una IlivMii
s"°"°-' "•|!ra" '■ s"" one Nifliit onlu   Sat. flooust 3rd
imm?tmmiminnmtm?-miTmimw<.I   s*o.s. caiiiiutint'iimut»pasti>iuut niiol •■«»■■*»   "■■■« vuu,   i luyuuu  v-m u
EILER'S
i posl Ii
£     .     _   ma.   , .       -kii-iii*       31 north went corner nr  my   llmbor ftpnlloftllon
t   LOCAL NEWS. 3 Nn- r- lhcni'e ,,,,sl |fl0 (,hn,ns-««"«>h«hi *•■
C 3  chuins. iiii'iu'i. west UM) chains, tueneu koulIi m
vauuuuaUiiUUtiUUiiUUiiUlaiUUiaUii-:'   .-lu.iri-. t<- piiiiit «.r .omnu.ni'.-tiK'nl.i.Jiili-ontaiN-
I'.  McNab.  ol  Wolilo  was in.   D,,M i"""* ' "",
inwn I iii'sdiiv.  .	
  I'llANIIIIOIIK LAND HISTI'll'T
i Iii iii Stewui'ts for choice Eat- j uimrioioi Koomnuy.
i  Apples he lias Ihem. Tiilto noil™ iliuUmiiiiii A. Steele, ol
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.> Ulilll I, llj'ik"' all
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uiiil-t of ii lining.    *.'■
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u-jra i.- i..i- iii" .,■ .1 ninny
111 la-'   tl Ml    Ijllllililll-      9
dl.-stliul  m. orti-ii  bi-.mli 4
'   '    ""'-'"*i"" *"""'■ 9
"    '*""» '"  ft.
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i ,,        i and li-l um show vou some ol lhe jronil points.       ft
: F.D.McBRIDEl
* Cranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE *
9 v
ft  4   9   "   ♦   9  9    ■   ♦   4  9  "   4 I 9.4  9  9  9  9  9  9  9. 9 ft,. 9 ft
I'. A. Watts ut Wattsburg was
transacting business ul ('ran
brooli Tuesday.
P. Lund, manager of the Crows
N'p.ai Lumber Co., of Wiirdnei
spent Sunday last in Crnnbrooli.
[laying is well under way. this
week, nnd in about two weeks
the farmers will be through.
Mr. and Mrs R. Joyce and
children of Port Sleele Junction
sprni Sunday last in Cranbrook.
Born ut Wyc'.ifl'oSntui'day July
27th, lu Mr. and Mrs. ' Chit's
Vi'lli-rs a daughter.
Choice     Bnrl.lell    P 's   ul
Stewarts today.
ft I    Dr. Connoly  was ul   \\'yi-lil*
Y2   Tiiesday on   professional    Ims
'ft """"
4
a
9
ft
9
ft
9
ft
The crop prospects in thr
Crunbrook district soom hnltei
than .'ii-i.
Mrs E Pitz|i,'iirii'k of Marys
villi- was visiting at the residence
af her parents, Mr. anil Mrs.
A. i Irenier ou Tuesday.
FOUND
IN  IIAKhin S'l     ' INK I" 'Oil  U'KST  III-'
IIII.I.   ..    I.'ll.      'I I..-   mily   plllcu in inun
II      I      Mil ■       '■       lll'lll lln- Iimii;'.
Tlie
losiMDoihi. Hole
E. H. SMALL. Manag-er
Why Cough to The Coffin
T R Y
Dr. Scott's Prescript inn
No. llll or
(lolil Cove Tallies
They do the wnrk- and arrest
the most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Accident Policies
*6.l)l) I'ur Vein- jfl 1,'sMi.iiii per ivei-li
nml IMI.nn l-'iiiii-i'iil lloiiulll,
l.'l'll, BII.'liNKSH l-OI.IIJY
tU |ini- j-i-iii- i-nviii'R IIOill»eii»i'R  Inr  *fi
Sli'l.   INIH'IMNI'I'V
*',' nn pur yiii' i-uvui-n  ynn   iihiiIiirI
Klllldl.-HR (If llll.\   lllllil,
Kill' piirlit-lllllM "f iitln-l-  I'lili.-i-'- Rili-
Fred. W. Swain
[IISTIIIOT AIII3NT
i.iiiiai. AOKNT WANTED
Crnnbrooli, IJ.C, Arinslrong Av.
Iirook. ll.C, occupation Timber Cml
i.'iols i.i npply (...•.. spi'i'iul u.  li. ce over I UN DI- I
llie follnwhiK ilescrlboil lanils
S'o.l). ConimenelllKHtii posLplunteil „l Ur
North West Corner of my Umber ii|iplleniloi
No. a. iben,■,'eust Kn ,'liiiins. llicni'c nortii s
eliuins. II eo west 80 ohulns, tlienee su.nl, ai
.'l.nii.s tu point or commencement, mul eontnln
Inn 1110 ticrea more or less.
Juini's A. Sleele, I iiioi.
Inn.-.1 -J.11.. .1 uly l'.u.r. :i
5 ol llie Utt e
CANVAS.     0\J    r t>(J|JlD    WU nnd ORCHESTRA
Evening Performance Only Street Parade at Noon
CRANHROOK UNH DISTRICT.
District ol Kooteuuy.
Tnko not ico Hint-Tunics A. Steole, o! Cran
broolc, lie. .ii'-'iiniiitoii. Tlmlioi' Cruiser, in
tends in npply forn special timber liconoo ove
tlio rollowinti ilescrlboil IiiihU:
So. in. CoininenciiiH ul u pusi pliuitml s
elniins wosl or tho southeiiBl eornor ol m;
timber application Ho, l. thence soutli »
elmlns, tlieneo west 80 ohulns, thenee norili 8
ehnlns. tlieneo oust 80 ehuins to poinl oi com
uli
less,
UtllCS A. S Ill, I,.-,';,1.1
Dlitoil 25th July, ll'OJ
.fi
nitANHROOK hAND IHSTI.H.T.
Dislriel ol Kooteuuy,
Tula-iioti.'o Iluu .Iniiie.- A. Stoele, ul Oral
broolc, li. i'., oeeuputlim Tlnihoi' Cruiser, it
bui- to npply for ii x| lul tlinhur lieeuee ove
Un' rollowltiKileseribeii Innilsi
Nu. ii. CoininenciiiK ntn posi pluuleil a
tbo North Wesl Coriiei' oi inj Tltnbet uppli
eiitloil No- I. llience ensl Wluliullis, thunee nml
80 ehulns, ilimic* ttnsl 80 eluilus, llience soul
SO elmlns iu pnini ol ooinnieiieemeiil, uiul eni
tiiliiluBOiiiuei'es, moro or loss,
JuniosA, Steole, l«n<y\Uir,
nm.'ii 'jitiii..inly mu;. it
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlstriol of Koolenny.
Tak.'iiolli-i'Mini .luiiit's A. Sloolo, Of i.'ruii-
i.riini-. nr., uceupuiloii Tlmbor Cruiser,  in
lemls to upply lor ft speeiui timber llconcnover
tii.' iniiiiwiim iieMTibi'ii lmuis:
Nn. 13, Cniuineiiciiiif hi n post pluuleil nt tlie
norihwest eornor nt my tlmbor uppllcmian
No. 11, thonco eusl 80 ehuins, thenco north sn
i'liiiiiis. thonoo west80ohulns, theuce soulli 8U
chiiins in pnini of oouiiiiotieouieut.uiuleoilluill-
in-- Hlo ueres, moje or less.
J nines A. Steele, I.oeiitni'
Duieil l!8lli July, nm;. :ti
CRANHROOK LAND DISTIIII"l'.
Dislriel or Koolenny,
Tultn notice iimi Juiiins A. Steolo. of Cruii-
brook, ll.C, oeoiipiilloti Timber Cruiser,  in
lemls iii upply mr a speeiui limber lleenee over
tin- followlllK ileseiilii'il I Hill In:
Nn. 1:1. Cnuiinotieluttul u posl plunteil tt I the
north won) oornor of my  tlmbor upplieiiUon
Mo. 13, IllOlieil OUSlSO ellltlns,   llieliee   nn, (li   m
i'liuins. ihonee ivosl80 ehtilns, tlionco - li NO
ehnlns m point nf conimelieiimeiil. uml eon-
ti nu 010 ueres more or less.
.Ini  A. Steele  I utoi
Mu '.'Sili,Inly, 11107. Ill
f'RANHUOOK I.ANll DISTUICT,
Dlstriei (if Konteluiy,
Tiiko llOtleO tllfttiltimOR  A.   Slnle   ni   Cijnii
i ,  ii (j   m-ciipniion Tfinbifi CrillM-k In
ovei nn- follnwlnu lleserilieil lumls
Nn. ii.  cm imiltiK u> » posi   plumed iti
'Imiiis. .Simili nl Lhe Nul III West 1'iiriii'i ul   III)
I'li r   Anpllciitlun Nu.   I.    Ilienee   wesl   He
'hullis, thonee south 80 ohuliii, thoueii enst sn
■Imiiis thonee nurlli su eliuins tn pninl nl coin-
 ueuiiioiil, unii con lill n Inn IDO iierei   more
Jm.iesA. Bleclo, Locutor.
Summer Hosiery
Ladies Tan Hose, lace front.. . 35c. per pair
Ladies While Hose, lace front . 40c. per pair
Ladies Black Hose, lace front..    35c, per pair
Summer Shoes
Children's While Camas      «    75
Misses White Canvas       1,00
Women's While Canvas si.-'.i and $1.75
Men's White Canvas $2.00, $2,25, $2,50
AT
G. T. ROGERS.
_Fancy mul Sln-ilo GROCERIES ami CROCKERY
Cut Class,   Boots,  Sltiies, kuliliers, Mills, Cloves, Hosiery,
nunLL U UUn unLL
t
DON'T MISS IT
t
*
ladies Blouses ONE FOURTH OFF
Ladies Parasols    " " "        jf
Ladies Millinery JUST HALF PRICE
A Pile nl Ladies Skirts	
9      Balance of our Novi Modi Suits.ONE THIRD OFF
Misses, Girls and Ladies Shoes  One Quarter Off
Make   Your   Choice
While the Stock Is Complete
I
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