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Vol. 11.
CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905.
No. 41.
RECORDS OF IMPORTANCE
Picked   Up at- the  Government
Office, During the Month of
September.
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I'l'i-lill.'uli'aiif Work ,.,.,
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NKW UM.'ATIoNrt.
Kiinn   uiiiii'i'ul   I'litiin   located
by H. W. Drew, situated on
divide between Moyie und Goat
river.
Parmer mineral claim located
by II. Eller, situate on iUvi.1.*
between Goat and Moyie river.
Kuriner liny mineral claim In
cated by K. Davis, situated on
ill ville liiitwt'Hti (linn and .Moyie
river,
Duval mineral I'liiim located
by fl M. Burrow, eituate on
miiiIIi side of Wasa creek.
lied Cloud mineral claim located by Q, 11. Suckling, situute
nn  Hit' nortli  slope of   Grouse
Mountain,
Amazon, located by V. North-
Inger, situated on Grouse Mountain.
(!o|i|iur Chief, located by T.
II. Ki'iil, situated on Wbite
(I rouse Mountain.
Hon Ton, located Hy S.
Fortieth, situated on White
Grouse Mountain.
Reno, located by J. H. Wright
situate on St. Mary's river.
Hope, located by J. 0, Hooker
situate on North Fork of St.
Mary's river.
.luno, locat.il by J, C. Hooker,
situate on West Pork of St.
Mary's river.
Iden. located by B.
situate on West Pork
Mary's river.
Stone Parm Fraction,
and ull day, from early morning,
tile   exposition    grounds     were
crowded wiili uhlldi     During
llio early pari, of the forenoon
i lie children had games and
various Hi-ill sports, like running
races, jumping, etc., u.i.i later
there wad a competitive drill of
the Hoys' Brigades of Vancouver
and New Westminster, while the
Highland Pipers' Hand of Vancouver gave a grand coneurt.
Phe program for this after
noon Includoa a coneurt of Iho
Hoys' Brigade Hand of Nunuimo,
a grand parade of live stock,
balloon ascension and piiriieliulo
drop aud uu exhibition of
broncho busting. In the evening
there will lie a grand illumination, a grand concert in tho
Agricultural Huildiiig by the
Hoys' Brigade Hand of Nauaimo
and later Highland dancing und
music by the Highlund Pipers'
Band of Vancouver. The exhibition closes tomorrow evening- 	
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
NO COUNTY COURT JUDGE
Ottawa Government Dilatory in
Attending to Judicial Matter.!
in the Kootenay.
Elwell,
of   St.
located
Of Interest to Those Engaged in
the Development of the
Mining Industry.
situate on St.
by 0.  Spilsted
Mary's river.
Champagne, located by R.
Roberts, situute north eust of
Mnyie.
Hot Scotch, located by G.
Ross, situate north east of Moyie
Steel Plate, located by N.
Praser, situate on Big Sand
creek.
Molus, located by .1. Wright,
situute three miles south of
Cranbrook,
Sleeline, located by W. Alden,
situute on Big Sand creek.
Minerdosa, located by J. McNeil, situate on Big Sand creek.
Blue Hells, locoled by A. L.
Preebain, situute on Big Sand
creek.
Apolo, located by R. (Jraham
situute one-half mile west of
Spokane Junction.
Hunter, located by J. Ryau,
situate on White Pish creek.
Cocktail, located by .1. A. Mc
Kay, situate north east of Moyie
city.
tlrey Eagle, located by C.
Diamond, situate three and a
half miles north west of Cran
brook.
Canby Fraction, located by
John Swenson, situate on head
of Hell-Roaring crock
Butte Fraction, located by J.
A Harvey, situate on west side
of Moyie lake.
Postponed Court.
J. F. Armstrong, registrar of
the County, Court at Cranbrook,
has received word from Judge
Forin, saying that the court set
for Oct. 10th will bo postponed
until Oct. 17th. It is expected
at that limo, the resident County
Judge will preside. A message
fr.im Sheriff Tuck states that the
resident County Judge will receive his appointment from
Ottawa today.
Judge Forin, in severing his
connection with the court here,
highly complimented tho provincial staff, and the resident
barristers for their unvarying
courtesy and attention.
Children's Day at Dominion Pair.
New Westminster, B.C , October (I. Today is Children's Day
at tbe great Dominion Exhibition
The American Zinc and
Chemical Company's plant at
Junction, Colo., was destroyed
by tire.    Loss $75,000.
There is uu urgent demand
for zinc ores and it is likely thai
some of the zinc deposits of
Southeast Kooienay that havi
hitherto been ignored will be
come producers. in tbo near
future.
The copper mining and smelt
ing industry of the Kootenays
has made enormous strides dm
ing the past five years, und the
prospects are that it will con
tinue to rapidly increase produc
tion iu the future.
The Perry Creek Hydraulic
Mining Co., last week, after u
continuous run of about 40 days,
cleaned up their boxes, ami
while uo information is obtainable us to the amount of gold
taken out, it is learned that thu
cleanup was most satisfactory.
Albert Bunks and Wm.
Thompson are now busy in driving a tunnel, on bedrock, at.
Perry creek. Il is reported that
satisfactory results ure being
obtuined
The interest manifest iti the
Flathead valley concerning the
future of coal lands is important.
The Montana   Swift  Current
Oil Company has two new  wel
rigs ou the way to its property
The rigs are capable of sinking
50 feet a day.
The Nelson Daily News  says:
There is ui present no county
court judge iu Wost Kooienay.
Thai Institution ending at midnight on Saturday lust."
In  an editorial  it  ulso   says.
"It appears that there has been
gross carelessness in the
attorney general's department at
Victoria iu di lifting the order in-
council dividing the county of
Kootenity for judicial purposes,
und Hint judicial business in
West Kootenay cannot proceed
until u new commission comos
from Ottawa or a new order-lit'
council is promulgated in
Victoria.
It would seem from rending
the article as published in the
Daily News thai the attorney
general was in fault In issuing
un order ill-council, when instructed by his government to
do so. The government of
British Columbia has the right
to create new counties, but cannot appoint a county court judve
The appointment of said county
court must come from the
Ottawa government.
For several months the Ottawa
government bus hud officii.]
Knowledge of the division of the
Kootenays for judicial purposes
and is alone responsible for the
present condition of affairs The
Daily News, with its daily
hammer, should tax the Ottawa
government with being dilatory
in the judicial affairs of tha
Kootenays, and place the responsibility where it belongs, anil
not try to convey to its readers
the false information that the
attorney general or the B.C.
government were ut fault.
in attendance upon the Czarina
upon such occasions, has taken
up his residence ut the Imperial
palace. Hopes are entertained
that the next baby may prove u
boy, so us to still further insure
the direct succession of the
crown, which now depends upon
the life of the infant Csarewltch,
born on July 80, 1804, and who
is, therefore, now just fourteen
months old.
The official announcement has
iiiiiile a good impression among
the people in all parts of the
empire, particularly among the
lower and middle classes. Although not of as great importance as the birth of the Csare-
wltob, the birth of the new child
will lio generally celebrated.
DIVIDEND ON ST. EUGENE
Two Per Cent on Capital Stock
For Quarter Ending June 30th.
Another dividend has been de-
i lured nn the St. Eugene mine
payable today. It covers the
quarter ending June 80th, and is
in a basis of two per cent. The
following notice was received
yesterday from E. J. Kingstone,
Toronto, secretary of the company:
Notice is hereby given that
I'le directors of the St. Eugene
Consolidated Mining Company,
Limited, have declared a
dividend of two percent, upon
tiie capital slock of the company
fir ihe quarter ending 80th June
IMC), payable on the 4th of October next, to the shareholders of
record on the 2nd October, for
which day the transfer books
will be closed.
This is the sixth dividend paid
by the St. Rugene.
Rafael Aoqnitted.
Nelson, Oct. 5—After deliber
aliug for an hour and a half
yesterday afternoon the jury in
the case of Jannelt Knffael. of
Pernie, charged with shooting
with intent to kill T. O'Brien at
Pernie on May 26, brought in a
verdict ol not guilty.
LOCAL NEWS.
J.  M.  Agnew was  at   Cranbrook Friday on business
Buy 20th Century Clothing at
Hill & Co.
M   Phillipps of Elko,  wasa
Cranbrook visitor Friday.
R.   Benedict,  Mayook, was in
the city Friday on business.
Peaches, I'ears and Plums for
preserving at Pink Bros.
Dr   Watt
Tuesday.
was at Cranbrook
DID EVAN3 3TART BLAZE?
Investigation at Pernie, B.C., to
Discover Origin of Fires.
Cranbrook City.
Word was received at Cran-
brook on Thursday, that an
order-in-council hud been issued,
for ihe incorporation of Cranbrook us a city. The proclamation, it is expected will be
Gazetted this week.
Considerable inquiry is being
made as to who will accept the
nomination as Mayor. G. T.
Rogers and J D. McBride are
spoken of us possible candidates.
Among those mentioned as mem
bers of the council are James
Ryan, J. P. Fink, Dr. J. H.
King. James Greer, V. Hyde
Bilker and D. Murphy.
Coal Output.
The output of tbe Crow's Nest
Pass coul in i ties for the week
ending Friday  September 22nd
is:
Coal Crook     "S2S Tims
Michel    70H4 Tons
Cui'boiiail      HUa'll Tons
Tm nl   lil.ii'.>;l Tims
Komura Sals for Japan.
Oct,
Baron
Vancouver 	
Komura, the Japanese pouce
envoy, still weak from his recent illness, sailed from here on
the Empress of Japan today.
His physician expressed the
conviction Hint the sea voyage
would fully restore the Huron's
health before he had reached
home. The Japanese consul and
u large number of Japanese residents of this city were at. the
dock to bid Baron Komura fare
well. __	
Lead Reaohes High Water Mark.
The price of lead on the London market Wednesday reached
a now high mark, £14 10a At
this price the Dominion government bounty on lead is reduced
to $5 a ton Silver and copper
remain at high quotations.
Fernie, Oct. 4.—An inquiry
into the cause of one of Fernie's
big tires which occurred six
weeks ago is iu progress here.
Tlio inquiry arose out of a
statement made upon dilfereut
occasions since the tire by one of
the boarders of the McDonuld
boarding house, which stood
close to the vacant house where
the lire originated 'I I,is man
Hurry Evans, staled that he had
been offered $1<N.> to set the tire,
•>,">0 in cash and $50 upon doing
the job.
Evans, who had been drinking
at the time, was arrested on tho
charge of vagrancy and held
pending this investigation.
Evuns was summoned as a witness, but bo refused to talk. He
is still held, and it is reported
that he repeated his story to ii
fellow prisoner.
Other witnesses, fellow boarders of Evans, were culled, und
rumors of suspicious statements
said to be made by Mrs, McDonald wure gone into. The inquiry into the last, tire, when
Purdy's was saved, is also under
way. The chief point hinges
upon the insurance and the value
of stock and buildings, which is
now being investigated.
Alice Roosevelt Sails for Home.
Reid's millinery opening this
week.
R. E. Clark and A. C. Locherd
Vancouver, were guests at tbe
Cranbrook Friday.
R. H. Osrley and J. G. Billings, Nelson, were in town
Friday.
Constable R. S. Baron left on|T,
Friday on a business  trip  to
Winnipeg.
J. Shaw Parker drove over
from Steele Wednesday on business.
A. E   Mocllttughton. of Van
ouver was   registered  at  the
Cosmopolitan Friday.
C. D. McNab, wife and child,
were visiting at Nelson this
week.
James Findlay, manager of
tbe Sullivan mine, was iu town
Wednesday.
Arch .Leitch was at Revelstoke
several days last week attending
a meeting of B.C. Lumbermen
Geo. Leask has the contract
for thu building of the Knights
of Pythias lodge room.
A. J. McCool, proprietor of
the Royal hotel at Fort Steele
Junction, was in town Monday.
Tetley'sTeas, sold by the Vancouver Tea and Coffee Co., ore
tho most fragrant that can be
purchased in Cranbrook.
Quite a number of men passed
through town this week to work
on tbe Spokane St International
railway.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Denham and
Mrs. F. G, Bradford, London,
England, were guests at the
Cranbrook Friday.
Hill & Co have oh exhibition a
fine picture of tbe home and
manufactory of the "20th Century" clothing people.
druggists, by his late employers,
and comes highly recommended.
A. J. Bates Vancouver was a
guest at the Cranbrook Friday.
Harry Bradford, of Bayard,
left on Fridays train for Winnipeg.       	
FIRI AT ST 1U0INI MINI
Shaft   Booh   and   Maohinery
Totally Dertwyeo Low 115,000
SbkIsi io T» Pswsnoioa.
Moyie, Oct. O.-At 5:45 this
morning the shaft house and all
machinery was totally destroyod
by Are. The loss is estimated
at $25,000, covered by an insurance of 18,000. Fire continues
in shaft and tunnel, but hope to
have it under control shortly.
No loss of life or injury to persons has yet been reported.
ROBBED HIS EMPLOYER
M. MoKee in Winnipeg With
Jewelry  Stolen From
W. H. Wilton.
LOST IM THI MOUNTAINS
Yokohama, October 7.—Miss
Alice Roosevelt and the other
members of the party which had
accompanied her on her visit to
Peking, sailed from liefe todoy
for the United States on the Po-
cific Mail Company's steamer
.Siberia. An official escort accompanied tho party to the dock
whore thousands of people were
assembled to witness the departure of tho distinguished
American visitors. The travellers were ull in excellent health
and spirits and looked forward
to a pleasant journey.
Are
Expeoting a Happy Event.
It
St. Petersburg, October fi.
has just, been officially announced
that the Empress of Russia is
once more about to become a
I mother and Dr. Ottho, the
j eminent physician who is always [ Nelson, B.C.
Cheap Rates to Coast.
you going 'to Portland
.Fair? B so, why not go while
the Dominion Exhibition is on at
New Westminster, and take Ifi
both fairs for the pi ice of oneV
The Caiiudinn Pacific Railway
will issue tickpts to Portland
and return for $27.00 good for
80 days, and to Now Westminster
mi Sept. 2-Hh to Oct ii inclusive,
good lo return until Oct. 12th
for 821.16 from Cranbrook with
corresponding rates from other
Kooienay points. Commencing
September lllllh and continuing
dady till Oct. Mth, sleeper will
he run between Arrowhead and
Vancouver for the accommodation "f Kootenay passengers.
|r0r tickets reservations, etc.,
apply to any C.P.R. agent or
Wl.ite J.  S. Carter,  D,  P.  A„
Mr. Curtis, manager of the
Water Supply Co., returned
Thursday from a business trip
to Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Clingsn
of Verdun, Man., were guests
ut the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
G T. Rogers this week.
Dr. Green returned last week
from a hunting trip in Alberta,
he reports game as being plentiful especially ducks.
Alex Moffatt returned from a
hunting trip in Alberta Tuesday
Mr. Moffatt on his return was
accompanied by his brother Mr.
T. Moffatt of Lethbridge.
W. Cline, president of the
Fishing Club, is seriously considering the advisability of declaring himself as a candidate
for mayor.
J. A. McDonald, Bayard, E.
Hubble, Campbellford, Out.,
Chas Keller, Toronto, Mrs.
Stobber, North Star mine, were
registered at the Royal Thursday.
Tbe next regular monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain
Chapter. R.A.M., will beheld at
Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening next at 8 p.m. Sojourning
companions are cordially invited
to attend.
Mr. Maurice Vigneux, Honor
Graduate of the Ont. College of
Pharmacy, and who for the last
two years has managed the drug
end ot the Canada Drug and
Book Co., Nelson, has taken a
position with Chas E. Reid
druggist.   Mr. Vigneux is con
T. M. McKee, a watch repairer in the employ of W. H. Wilson
was caught last week in the act
of taking money from the cash
drawer, pleading mercy, when
caught McKee confessed to
stealing watches, of the value of
$100. Considering this McKee's
first and only offense Mr. Wilson
decided not to send McKee up
for trial. After giving the
young man a lot of wholesome
udvica, Mr. Wilson told McKee
to go, and in the future to keep
from bad company, and run in
the path of honesty.
On Sunday last McKee left for
the east. On Friday a telegram
was received at Cranbrook stating that McKee was arrested in
Winnipeg having in his possession $500 worth of jewelry wbich
he was trying to pawn. A later
telegram stated he had over
$1,000 in jewelry all of which
was stolen from Mr. Wilson. It
is reported that while Mr. Wilson was giving a lecture on uprightness and honesty to McKee,
ho had over $500 worth of stolen
goods in his pockets.     M^^
Constable Baron left on Friday afternoon's train for Winnipeg, having a warrant for hts
arrest and return to Cranbrook,
where he will obtain a second
lecture on honesty which in all
probability will be continued for
several years.
Marriage in High Lift.
Captain J. 0- Trow if fnrj Omk
Hytaianlio Mining Of. Spill
Cold Stormy Night Ii On-
known Spot ii thi HilU.
Wishing for a nice fat grouse
or partridge for his supper last
Sunday, Capt. J. O. Trow of tha
Perry Creek Hydraulic Mining
Co., took his gun and dog Md
strolled into the woods nearby.
Upon his failure to return at tbe
supper hour the family beeame
somewhat anxious, and whan
darkness had settled and he had
not yet appeared all feared that
be had met with some serious
accident.
Accordingly several men In
the employ of the company took
lanterns and began a search In
tbe hills which lasted until nearly
midnight when it was abandoned
to wait for day light, at daybreak the entire crew was out
and toon all the people along
the creek including W. F. Collins
O. A. Burge, Sam Arthur, Gust
Theis and Jack Thompson and
bis crew ware earnestly search
ing.
Mrs. O. Burge of Old Town
also went to help to soothe the
sufferings of fear and auapenae
of the wife and daughter, Mrs.
F. F. Gervis of La Crosse.   The
search under directions of Mr.
H. A. Bright of Black River
Falls, Wis., was continued until
noon whan the Honorable Captain strolled in claiming bo was
not lost but that the camp had
dodged him somehow.    Tha explanation disclosed the fact that
Mr. Trow had missed his way,
in fact, had  even  missed Old
Town, when darkness overtook
him and he woe obliged to camp -
on the hills for the night.   In
the morning it waa dark and
stormy and a heavy fog lay in
the valley, which did not rise
for several hoars. After the sun
became visible Mr. Trow made
his way to the creek, crossed it,
and coming   to tbe  road discovered himself three miles below Old Town and about six
miles from home.    Ha arrived
home safe and sound, but slightly worse for wear, shortly after
noon   where he was received
with    great    rejoicing.      The
searchers    were     accordingly
called in and dinner served and
Mr. Trow retired to secure the
much needed rest     "Let the
fatted calf be killed".
London, Oct. 5.—Lord Will-
oughby Dearsby, eldest son of
the earl and countess of Lan
caster, will shortly marry Eloise
daughter of the late W. L.
Breeve of New York.
Fernie Fire Mystery Solved.
Fernie, Oct. 5.—The mystery
of the great lire in August which
started in McDonald's boarding
house, was cleared up at tbe in
vestigation today when Evans,
suspected of Incendiarism, under
arrest, told his story admitting
tbat Mrs. McDonald offered him
$100 to set lire to her bouse. She
has been arrested.
Telegraphio Items.
The peace treaty passed the
German privy council Thursday.
The city of Winnipeg has decided to spend at once $50,000 to
add to wells for city water
supply.
Lead gained another point on
the London market yesterday.
Silver two points in New York.
The quotations of copper remained at the highest point yet
reached on the advance.
The Madrid official gazette
has published a royal decree
nominating Kiug Edward as
honorary colonel of the eighth
regiment of Spanish infantry.
Great preparations are being
made In Winnipeg tor the recep
High School at Cranbrook.
The High School class in tbe
Cranbrook Public School now
numbers six students. Mrs.
Brock instructs in Latin, French
and Literature, Mr. Macneil has
charge of all of the other sub
jects. In undertaking this extra
work Mrs. Brook and Mr. Macneil deserve great commendation
and the earnest gratitude of the
people of the town. They have
laid the foundation for a High
School. And it matters fashion
themselves with ordinary grace
there is scarcely any doubt but
next year a regular High School
can be established. Ths number
of students necessary to do this Is
twenty. It should not be difficult
then to find twenty next year
taking into consideration Cranbrook and the other district* in
the vicinity, which districts no
doubt can muster at least a few
Publio School graduates.
sldereJ one of the best all round tion ot earl Grey today.
Tu on Tnvellin to Stud.
Ottawa, Oct 3.—Tbe dominion
government has decided not to
interfere with the statute of tho
gritish Columbia legislature
which puts a tax of ISO on commercial travellers coming from
outside provinces, It ia said to
be within the jurisdiction of tho
legislature. This practically
means that the $800 tax oa commercial travellers entering too
province of Quebec will have to
remain, unless tho provincial
legislature rescinds It.
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■'      ! iliK PROSPECTOH, CRANBROOK
UOrOBKK '. ■•"■
.:1s Razors and f
Razor Strops I
f
•3Tij« iteoeyector.
SNTaaSJUalaailaU,     U**
A. B. Grace,
IMHI.ISHr.K    AMI    KDITOK
•5hc Ktroepector
sr„,>d  razor strop i» to u gissl razor wl
S good dinner is to a hungry man.
i.e., something necessary
to make both work
well
hors with thrwe damp nr. arv
DOW ,-itllti,,, Ml i    ■)! ...    i;
...
Tbe first H. C parly line
governmenl will l>e m shape
when h next me«t> lo »bow what
it can do. as it is ( xpactod  that
it will hav,- a working sssjosity,
— Wilmer Outcrop
SATURDAY. OCT.
MiK common interest of the
unci
& We have Good Razors
^ Equally Good Razor Strops
®
_ And  it   will   be  to your
*•(/•" .took if in need o( either.
advantage to see our
just and wi-*- aiiministratum
^$7   the affair* of the city    The duty
«*A/i  of the |ieople. thereforv.   in  Ihe
7K  .Cainiintf city election is ap|wrent
\jjfl They most »w>"<-i ss their repre
<Mj sentstives,  a  Mayor  aud   six
?jK : Aldermen, men who ran !>e fully
^y,/ trusted to  rspresonl  their  Interests, and when such men have
It is  rdmosl ascertain as that
tbe  ami will  atniliin..-  to  >hu>e
that   the  K  C. Railway
f he co.upleteal witliin the next
year or «*> and pn,s|n-rity
surely follow in its .vase Then,
cheer up. and look optimistically
ahead: this can do no barn and
may do some good — Wiiroer
tlutcrop.
5;SES.;,
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CRAIndKUUA
HOTEL m
Good Stiblinj in Connection
Nesresl to railroad dv|M,t.
dations    for   the    public
Cranbrook
^ Phone 14
^    CRANBBOOK,  lit'.
 DISPENSING
WE GUARANTEE THEM
C. E. REID & CO.,
The Druggists.^
$100 Reward- 1100
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***** trnmemawtmm
Purohase   Price  $3,00 a Montn
H Allowance Made Por Old Machine
Ih.-  Trwier- ,,l ,1,1.  i«|»-r  »ill  hi-
been chosen there should !*■ no pi«M*S io Ian tkal ti>.r* i« »i !>-»-i
•n
titaUon
their Individual snpport   There
TSS
STATIONERS
■SPECIALTY
£
LEASK& HENDERSON |
-"' FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
in   soeording    them see ilr.-fcii-o Uhsh il-.t ..•i.-o.aa. h».
L-vi? .I,!,-1.' '-nn- in .1! il.- -i*Mr»-.. .n,i
thai i» l .l.rrh       Italia l .Urrh   a   .-••
should    Ih-    no    difference    of i' i'»- «sb POrftlw .-ur* m>« kii..»D i"
. Ifca mafltnil fnla, nil]    ,'atarrh Wins
opinion at tne outset ss to wbom ,   eawtiutkaai   .ii--.,
should be intrusted with the im   •  fOMSftntkoJ   tr.-.',.i
- .   latarrla  lair*   i» taker, in'..-rna .\   .. :-
portent  duties    >>!   mayor  *~*|ln JUiuilj bum tin l.tnu.1 mil i—niini
surfa.-.-* "f tin- s>ai.'iti Ihflvetag *l.-atr,si-
inif th.- Iiii.nitalitin o( Oa, ■!.-•■«-■.  anal
irivin^ ih.- i«*.ient .it-. Dsrili bv 1'aiildinax
lalifiedlv unanimous     That IsI?P ****> MewllnlloB and aariattat waim
.    ' .. in ,1,.iiil-  il.  work.     Th* pnierietera
theoulj basis of understanding h„r .,, m,u.h (,uh in it. esntin
which the |n-.iple should ' l"'«« " 'h"1 >*>«•}' "Iter One lliimltvd
■Dollar, lur any i-a-tf ".hat il fails I"
'".:!-.-.    Sa-nii fer lis*. "I -..--.lininiiiat..
Aal.l-,..    t.   -I.   rHKNKY   .V   ''".
Tr.le.1,.. 11.
sVaiil l.v Drunbtt, "->■■
Tak>- Hall'l Family Pill, lur cooaU-
\W council,  but  the
Kto Imajorii;  should
'! mayor and
opinion of the
!»•   made   un '
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consider the appnmching elec-
tion; there is no middle course.
A  qualified  voter  should   havei
the strength of his or hereon!
Always Up-to-Date
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£ Cranbrook. -     - B.C. ^
" MGGiarus Famous stoves |
At PATMOBB BROS. 5;
\V.-have-.mi- SPECIAL VALUES in Heal    . Sunt*     £
PATMORK BROS.
Prepare torCOLD WKATHER bj Klectiiuj fi«u Heart-
i inif Sieve new.   I Vntie in ami S» • <' ;i --'.'a-a-.
PATMORK BROS.
I niv.- >aiu tli.- v,-ryBeat8iati.!action in    ■ SunelluB
Patmore Bros.
•Plumbing. Roofing. Heating and Ventilating Engineers 3;
Vtetions, and those convictions at***"1
shoulo be his or her guiding line
and he or she should not hesitate ' acknowledge those convictions in the face of any sort
"f opposition whatsoever.
ror sale
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout The Bar is supplied wilh the best brands of
Liquor?- and Cigars.
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
X   MANOFACTUKERS and BREWER?- ol EXTRA PINE
I      BEER f PORTER
1 SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
X Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Order's
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
i t», O. BOX «I2
q     TELEPHONE NO.t
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Min.rala.jry anal Qcotogy,
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Wfitr tor calrnalaa- to
The Sfwuty,
School of Mining.
King.lon. Ont
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I.I'KST-KS FOR SK1.I.IXG NrKSKHV
STOCK.
AINMalion   1»  *lifWla>-l   to tha-   PrOvialaaii,  a,f
Stt.1TOf tb. llortiriilinr.1 Rosri] Art wbli-li
faSOS Sa follows:
No j- r-','. tlrm or a-orponitioli .hall - iialaajc-
- aar aaantinur In th. t,,aalni>aa ol aa-lllli..'. II,
"aTrtodnaail ,,:. nt Mtliritor. oi rath.r.ia,
wllhin th. Provanra-. (mil urea, plunta or
nurwr. *loek. or aaf iintaarilnav for .nle. Inil,
■Irraea. jalatata or nursery at.a-k Into tha- 1'raa
vln.-'- withotit flral bftsimraalaialne.l a licence
'Ui carry on'iich liuatlli-aa III the Province lis
'In Uat-a Act provlikal".
All parson. .atnbrtUd to aell nursery .Hack
in thl. Province are r,a|ulreal hy their Jarhlcl-
pala. or lay tha-ni-alva-. tnalepo.lt la.nal.. In the
Dcpairtnaenl of Aaara, ulture. Victoria, liar the
faltlitnl performiaiici. .if their otaUgftUon.. The
plllallc ia therelort- warna-al noi to pnri-liaae
uuraery .track t-xa-a-pt Irom aluly licenccl j„-r.
aona.
OftC. "' ll"," Hoaral of Horticulture.
Ilepartment ot Agrlculitire.
Victoria. Will July. IWa.
J. K. ANDERSON.
la. puty MiDlrater ol Ai-hi'iilmrt.
Secretary.
NOTICE.
TAKK SlITIi-K thai thirty tors after -late 1
a ihe uiaderaiirije ! inlenal t.a apply to the Cnlet
(■.annul..;..i,. r •   Uwd. an'l Works at Victoria
II.'' lor . -a..,ia' iii-.","-' -a, i aa! an I cam
a.ay tilnlar (:„iaa -.taa. followlni. -la—r l>,-l
i.liala In Kaat K<a,ta-)iav
a   .,a :...,,.:'..   a' :a (.-'. .■  J.-.l   Til   ll.a.    Hra-CiV
enrfalare". nonha-aai corner laa.i t" .-haiiti-
mora, or less. »-.! olthe K-aalanav llav-r ota '.la
BOtb parallel of la.lililue, and at lh>- nortliweat
corner Annie lire, kcnrula-,-'* limber lloence
tht-nae aouth IraOBtulllas. tha-iaca «a-.i #, chain,
tlntiae itorth I'.lchains, thence ,-ast In ebeln.
to place ot rs-iliiiuliial. '-onlaiiillia ''I" a»,r. - more
or less
Daieal Seialem'. er IStll. PJOfa.
Thomas Bra-, kenriiiaia-. Loe.U»
:r.a Dlivt'l Urea ka-nrltlaae, ABent
It bus lM.-en several months
since tbo board of tradf held a
meeting to discuss matters
directly pertaining to (7 ran brook
There are several questions
which thai body should take in
hand, for unless some organized
effort i> made nothing can i»-
don,.' The principal subject to
I* discussed, is th,- advertising
of Cranbrook and the lumbering
anil mineral resources of this
district. The people of t'ratt-
brooh evidently do not under
stand this. It was persistent
advertising which has madp
Nelson, and West Kootenay. and
neither town or district had a>
nn.uli to show in early days as
is in evidence at Cranbrook or
Southeast Kootenay. A few
hundred dollars judiciously expended in advertising will do
more good than nl! of the talk or
letter writing which could be
done iu tell years and for this
purpose ihere i> no reason why
the Hoard of Trade should not
meet and formulate some plan
whereby the ontside world
should be made acquainted with
luol i>nly Cranbrook, but the
llumbering, mineral and a^ricul
lural resources tributary to
Cranbrook. It is the only thing
io be done, and we again repeat
a homely old proverb. '-If you
don't toot your own horn you
won't sell your tish".
...
A Lieutenant-Governor bee is
buzzing around the bonnets of
W. A. Qaliiher and Geo.  Riley.
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When the harvest season is
i,ver. the general impression at
i .olden is that work on the Kootenay Centra] Railway will be
pushed.   A  number of Douka
For Sale
Two Storey. Frame. Shingle
roofed
Dwelling House
Hi, Hanson Avenue,  plastered
One New Silver-
PliHino Macliinr,
Complete and ready to operate
A good money maker.
A. GBENTEB,
Opposite Imperial Hotel
MICE
Arnold & Roberts
You Think Of
"HUTCH
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JOHN HUTCHISON 1=
PHONE  119
•Cranhrook, B.C
East Kootcnav
Your aiu-ntiun In callt'd to' tht!
"Pfameer Limited" fcntim of tin* "Mii-
waukfr A St f'aul Kailwa*,." "Theml)
I |n?rfrt*t train?, in the world."
You will 'iii'i it tlrsirmblu Ux ride on
tho** tmin- wlii'ti j^r* ► >t-tr to any fxiiut In
the Fjr»ir*rr:   States or Canada.   They
with     all    Trari-4-oniiiH'i.ial
ami   all   Ticket    Atrenu   m>I|
STEWARTS
Tte LEADING STORE  For
Fresh Fruit. Vegetables.
Choice Confectionery
PRBSH NLT.S.
SOFT DK1NKS
"Hatelwood lee Cream"
1'Ii'lMPT   IlKl.lVKllV
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75   Armstrong, five
H-H-W-l-l-l-l-I"!"!-!' M-M !■! i
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
> CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
} 3*   Marysville,   B.C.   ȣ
j The largest and  best equipped bote! in the St. Mm
I  lalley. COMMOUIOl'S SAMPLE RfrOMS.
*as.**ai««K!A«9ii9«IK*jH>**«$^^
For f-irtlier information, jiain|ihk't*t,
etc*, a.-K any Tirkt't A^ent or
EL I- KOUU, II. s, ROWB,
Pa.**-   Agent) (i».*nura! Aircnl,
si'okank. >»oi;*n.ANr)
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
er   USING
P*r**nf*nffff***iVln*lf ffwvVVVVTITT**? n
Rocky Mountain Chapter
j BO. tii.  I'.. A. M.
| • 'K.IMIIflsiK. B. I.'.
ii,:/ailar m,.-«iin>fa>- Jnd Tu..--.
ti.i   iu   ,-»a-la   Mi'intli   ai etebt
Nijuurnnii:  Compatuoiu   are
i-iinlially invileil.
H. M. Burrow, Bcrlbe K.
Prof esslona 1.
HARVEY 4  McCARTBK
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOL,
B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Cranbroo?
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRIST.ER, SOLICITOR
ami NOTARY  I'l'I'.I.H .
Cranbrook. B.C.
6. H. Thompson
m
HAKKISTKK * s.,1.1, 111
ROTARY I'llll.li
lt.r.
in Avenue,   plastered l       office leask  building
throughout.   Electric Light and I.
Water.   Three bedrooms. Dining  ' !""""";
ind Silting rooms,   kin-lien  and
summer   kitchen,    and    cellar.
Owner  leaving   town   and   will'
Offer easy terms.    Apply
THOMAS   McVITTIK
Arnold & Roberts
Real Estate and Insurance
CRANBROOK. B.C.
P.L.S. <£ C.E.
Fort Steele B.C.
NOTICE.
Taki: Si'Tu k Unit tliinv flayi titer time i (
the nndersiynet], intend ioappij i.» ih>- Chiel
i'niiiiiiis.sion<-r of i.iiiiii- and Worba for «
IpeetAl lii'fiisc lo t-'Ut sinl iiirry iiwiiy titui'ir
(mm tlir followlni: fleMrthed Innd** in Batt
Kooienay* -
rmnmi'fit'iiii! ui n   post   marked  ' VTUllntn
lirnkonriiik''''* eouiheaet oornor post" situHUni
at it Miiitlifust i-oni-r of stiiil lot. it ml ulionl :»i
t-hHlhs  vrest '•( Mit*   Kmitt-iirt>'   Kiver.   ttn'iii'.-
went along the line ot Loi w'^i Wl 'tinin,** tn hi
northwest, corner of mid ioi ind continuing
west I'WfliHlns inon-. thi-nre nortli 10 chains. .
Uteaoe east ItSO chains, thenoe south slong iho
line ol Lot BOSS 40 chains to tbe |)hn'c of bo*
jllnninir. ronliUulutr rttn acres nior<' or less.
Dhip-I SciiienU.er 18th, liHft.
WUllitm Brpckcnrl-lite. Lociilor
*• DavlU Hm'LenrWue. Ajtent
NOTICE.
Xitticc \s lit'i"*,*li> '^iven that »i.\ty
days after date I Intend toapply tot he
('liiff ComtnUaioner of I-aml> and
\Vorks for permission to purt!hu**e the
fottuwing described html- situate in
.Sniitli.-aM KiMitenay.
< 'otntnenclng at the sontbeasi eorner
<>f Lol 2047 Group one, thenoe
north 80 chains, thence east 80
ohalns. thence south so chains, thenee
west W chains, thenco south airhaiiif*.
thence west 20 chains, thenee nortli SO
chains, thence west 30 obalnt to place
nf beginning, containing 880 acrpi*
mcire or i•'^^.
36        John A. McDonald, Locator
Dated this loth day uf August. ltKJo.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Ptiusician »n<i Suroeon
iiKFICB ARM9TBOHO AVE.
Hours: u to ii a.m. 2 to t p.m
7 to s p.m.
1 'hone Office lft'a     l.e»idence \W
PHONE !«
I'd. Box 01'
Crow's Nest
Steam Laundry
1 launch, Blankets, Curtains, Carpets, Etc.
Wo Mako a Specialty of Washing C.P.R. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   FIRST   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
t
NORTH   STAR       {
HOTEL t
s
H. W. DREW, Proprietor.___^—^_^, 9
Kimberley,   B. C.
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Post Office
Store
The largest General Store
can he supplied with anything
Cranhrook prices.
in  Marvsville, where miners
;   thev   want   at all times at
Groceries,  Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
i P. Burns & Co. I
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CRICIM. HEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINJS EAST
Palac. and Tourist
Sleeper., Buffet'
Library Car*. Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Can,
MEALS   A   LA  CARTE.
Best Meals
2 FAST   THAIS*
KAST AMI WK.-T DAILY
on Wheels
2
folilel-s
For (nil   [lartii-ulm-a.   rotea
et,-., mil on or inldiva..
BUG. YKltKKS.n.w.l'.A.,
Seattle, Waah.
L«ROY TOCHER, C.P.   A    I ■••.
Bpolotne,
: Bead Offlc*.
; Calgary, Albert*.
Main Offlc. for Eaat Kootenay, "^
Cranbrook. B.C ^3
-1
Wholesale and Retail
P. E.
KING
»!   DENTIST
OPPJCE Horns: H to 12 a.m
1 to ,> I'.m.
7 to 8 |,.m.
Opfice and Residence
3
| Meat Merchants
£ 3
C Dealers in AbaUoir and Cold Storage 3
£    Live Slock at Calgary. Alberta.   %
Armstrontt Ave.   Cranbrook ^UUUiUiUmUiiUUUUUUUiiUiUUUUiUiUUiUliUUiiUUi^
The Illinois Central
Maintain-' unexrHM Wirlofl fi*oni
tht* «rett io tht* ••a.-t and MUth. Makitij*
cliHo i*(inin'i*ti(»ni» with train** of til
tr.iii*M'ontii)L*ntal lino. pMMngen at*
Hiven their L-hoicc- of routei to »-'lii'';.»t"
Limi*iviHe. Memphi** ami New OrU'dnj
and through IhftM point* t<i tin* fareafi
Prupootlve travelers dealrlng infor-
tnatinn tt io \\\9 lowetl rttea ami btM
routes ur«* invitt'il to fiirrt'.-jKHiili'iH'e
wilh the following iv|ii-i*st'iuaiivi*>.
B. H. TRl'Mitru., tiiinint'iriai Agflrt
ii'-'Tliini'st.. Portland, Oregoil*
J.C. LUOSBT, T. F. A V.A.
M2 Third St.. Portland, MrtYon
P. It. THOMPSON, P. A P.A.. IUhwiI
Colnuu i.i-ij.'., Suaiilt*. Wa*li.
minkkal Atrr
truKM M
If KTiri-:ATr of  lUI'lC VK-dmi**
NOTICE.
c*o[i|h*p Cliff am) North star Mineral
Claims,
Situate in tin*  Fori Sttt'lf  Mlnlni   IHvlnlon
of Kust KooUnay District.
Where lOMlod:* On tbfl 6Ml ild« of north
fork of lbs st. ktary*i Rlvor kIm>ui h mH<*<
from tliebrltlge.
T*kf notice thmt 1. John (1 Cominiii»;i. KM.
C. No II U*>7r,. firtln, as i.^, ut tor .I.,-!1'1
H. Wrlnht Frt-f Min.>rn ''Ttltl
cate No. UTMM.andC. I'. Ct>on. Kree W(wr*«
Certlfleate No. li.rawi, intend, xixiy ilMy*< frum
ih.- date b'-p •>( to apply lo tht Mining Becotdef
tormOerUBoueof improvi-nn iiu. for the purpose otobultilinfa ('niwnUnint of the ut-ove
el aim a.
And further take noilee that aetlon. nmler
net-tfou »T. must lie comniciireil iK'fitre the fsiU*
aoep of such Cerilfleate ol Improvemenu
DnUHl thln-yunlnyof AukuM. A.l>. IH5.
W JOHN G   (I'MMINUS
NOTICE.
TAHF. NOTICK that thirty ilayi after dau
I Intend to apply lo the Chief Coruminftfoner of
Landn and WorkK tor n tipeeial llrenee to Ml*
and carry away timber Irotn the followlni <!«'
wrlbed lands In Sntitlieaitt Koou nay:—
CotnuienehiirHl a pom planted ultout twenljr
chains lOUth of the norlhennt corner of I*t 31*
H<iutheast Kmitenuy, thenee eu-.l ellthty
chains, thence north eighty ehain*. ihenee
wm entity chains, thwneo south efKhiJ
chains to place ol begint.lnB. known ai Lol
nu
Dat«d Saptcmbtr 4ih. IMA.
W. J. TIMLICK. I
the h-ospectok. ckanbRook, b c, cvtobkr 7. iik*.
L CLAPP
Wentworth Hotel
Baker Street,     Cranbrook, B.C.
W. KOLLINS
1
J       Lighted   By Electricity      w
- Heated By Hot Air  -    ill
UlllllM	
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
IIKADQUAKTEI.H   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor  H
$  Marysville, B.C.   $
li The li'iiilitiK Hotel of the St.  Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished.   Table as (rood
as any in Koutenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
! B. H. SHORT k CO. ^
ARMSTRONG AVENUE
Newest desiQiis in
Di
aoers
& Over 400 Different Patterns to Select From
9
I Painting, Decorating
i and Sign Work
P.O. BOX
PHONE 111
r^^*£bK^j&x&*$ $fce&*$x$p*%frdip(M
.Wholesale
LIQUORS She CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. REBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
#%«*»»**al,»»«*-%%»*»«%^#*»*****»*>*>*»***'*»',>***>*>%**
c. c c.       i
1
I Gaidar. Game 60.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish ud Poultry in Season
Orders by mail will receive prompt
and careful attention
9    Order By Phone 45    9
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
a       When you want a good
Headquarters for mining   f   p,ace toBtop come t0 the
men and old timers.
Manitoba,
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
Wo Give Ton Tour Money's Worth
Wje Uroeyector.
Truii \N . OCT. 7. 1
LOCAL NL'.Vi.
Wm. Carlin drove over from
Steele Monday ou busim-ss
W. E. W»rviiin Ims been up
pointed as s;il»>s agent, in ('ran
brook, for Bankhead hard coal.
C. H. DicliKou of CulajNiry Wbl
doing busini'ss ul CrmibrooL
Tuesday.
C. J. South, Vancouver, and
A. Banks Pi-rry creek were registered at the Cranbrook Monday
Road Superintendent Don.
Mankuy was unitaged tins week
in building a bridge at Whitetish
creek.
*JR. H. Bnhart, Wardner,'.!. Mi:
Mil I li'ii, BoitOn, Mush., and Mr.
and Mrs. W. I*. AotOQ, Slilar,
were uosts at tin- Cosmop <nliin
Monday.
Rev. P. H Kiudley, of J Port
Steele was a visitor at Cranbrook
Tuesday. Next week Mr. Find
!ey will go to Moyie as pastor of
the Presbyterian Church in thai
town.
Miss P. t Ward, ,.f Hertford,
Hug., was a guest this week in
ihe residence of Mr. mid Mrs h
H. Hoskins. Miss Ward is u
sisier of Mrs. Hoskins
Continued rains. during tbe
early part of this week have
■itoiiped Ihe lowering of water ii
Wild Horse and Perry creek
which will be of great benefit ti
placer miners who are now en
ga;,'eil III cleaning up.
Next Sunday Eev. lieiijaniii
Goodtteld, H.A., pastor ol
Baptist Church will preach upoi
following subjects: Morniilf
"the Light of God" and uvoninj
"the Supremo Text of the Bible')
A hearty invitation is extended ti
visitors, strangers, and those
not In regular attendance else
where. ; _..;...   ''.'J '.' "
iMrs Clias Smith, who has been
visiting at Toronto and otlici
eastern cities dur ng the pasl
month, returned to Craubrooli
Monday.
Low Settlers' Rates to Koottn..
and Pacific Coast-
The Canadian Pacific iRailway
have placed on sale daily till
31st October at Winnipeg, St.
Paul and all points east of these
terminal points, low rate one• way
colonist excursion tickets to all
Kootenay and North Pacific
Coast points. Send for your
friends while the low rates are
in effect. Pull particulars from
J. 8. Carter, D.P.A., Nelson.
London Bioscope Co.
The London Bioscope Co.,
well and favorably known
throughout Canada,'wUl appear
at Wentworth Hall Friday and
Saturday with their new moving
picture attractions. They present 10,000 life like, up-to-date
animated pictures. All are new.
Nothing ever shown in Cran
brook before will be reproduced
The company includos five persons, 'i'hey carry the very
latest improved appliances and
they have the moving picture
business down to a science. The
programme is relieved with
illustrated songs. The second
night the company will present
an entire change of program.
Prices L'.'c, 8fic and TiOc.
i music >
lira   Ultlnn teachkr OK THE
HI'S.   tllSlOp PIANOFORTE
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing and
grading of studies.
For particulars apply to C. K. Ili.-iil &
Co., The OrnggtHlH.
Kootenay
Steel
Range
VENTILATED
OVEN
The health of a
family depends greatly
upon the hygienic nature of the cooking.
The oven in the Kootenay Range is ventilated.
and every dish baked in it is entirely free from
the effects of pent-up cooking gases.
A perfectly ventilated oven is one of the most
important futures of a range, and yet it is given
very little attention by most makers, and none
whatever in most of the cheaply go(ten-up ranges
now offered to the public.
Sold by all enterprising dealers. Booklet free.
WQiiyl
Me* ill,
It Ma,lift.
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
MINKK.M.   AIT
it'iiHH K.l
< KlUim ATK 01 IMPROVEMENT)!.
NOTICE.
:(•<-, ViotArlq itiifi Siamlftnl Kractlm,
Mineral CInIiim.
'.utile In tliu Tort Steele Minim Division ol
; K.mh'iiuy DUtrlcl.
liorslMMtnd,   On ibe west fork ot tbe St.
y'% Rlvor unil adjoining the Oreru Dune
lip,
IccDOltofl Mm 1. Joint OrUnnnlUfl, Free
.rs CerUfleiW No. "HUM*" rwtlng
mm lur JoMph H. Wright. F.M.C.  No
lOahdC-P.Coou, P.M*". N». BTHM, and
c   Hooker, F.M.C, No. n.r.ww.  intend
v iiuyH tram tlm duiv hereof, to apply to the
»,: Rwonler for a Cerltflerue ol Improve*
U tor the pnrposu ol obtutliliiK aC'rowo
it ol tho AbOVO -'liihns.
id further uke DOttOfl that action, under
Ion 87, iiiu-,1 Ih> I'fiiiiiut'hi't'tl More the IstiU-
! ot RUfth ivititii-iitu ol Improvement*!.
itedthtnBTtti lUj'Of AugUHt, A P, I9».
JOHN' Q, CUMM1NUS
NOTICE.
WOTIQB In hereby riven Hint thirty dtvri
nftt - il«t« 1 Intend to upply to the Chief COm-
mis-loner of Landi und Works, und to tbe
A UK istii til 1 (iiiinii^lniHT of Landa fthd Works
(orl be District, vi But Kootenay for ft Lleense
to proftpeot tor Coal 1'utroleum over the follow.nK described lands, situated on Akamina
pr*Ok near thu South Kootenay Paw Trill,
Itloi k IW.I. Southe*"torn portion of British
l'olumbla.
Conunenelng at a pout planted near the Soutb
Kooteuuy Pass Trail, about two rnllen from tht
heal ot Akiuiiiim creek, eaat of and adjoining
KiHif L, Kerrr's Cool and Petroleum claim, nnd
uiatkcd Frank Menefeeauorthweat corner poet
tho'ttoo east to ehaina. tbence aouth 80 chalna,
the ice weat to ehatni, tbence nortb 10 chains
tu the place ottH'Ktnuing. containing 640 acrea
mote or leaa.
Located Sept. htb. 1V06.
Frank Meiiefee. Locator
40 John Uloyn, Agent
L.C0HN
Tailor W Importer ot \j
Fine Woolens.
Cranbrook) B.C. Armstrong Ave
NOTICE.
NOTICK \* hereby given thtt thirty daya
»fter d»t0 l Intend toapply to the Cblef Com
rolKNloner ol Lands and Worka. nnd to tbe
Attlntant Commlaaloner of t<ands and Works
fm 1)10 Dlatrlct of Bast Kootenay for ft License
to prospect for Con) and Petroleum on the foi-
om Inn* deaorlbed landi, sltunln at±\\e forks of
Klsh-e-neh ua aud Akamina ereoki near the
South Kooteiuty Pans Trail. Hloek KM, South-
HUttorn portion ot Hritiah Columbia.
Commending al a poat planted near ihe Soutb
Kootenay Pnaa trail, north ol and adjoining
John tlloyn'aeoftl and petroleum claim, being
the Initial post of Nathan Whealdon's claim
and marked Nathun Wliiiildon'.s southwest
comer post; thenee north DO ebalna, thence east
80 obklnt, thenar fOUth 80 chalua, thenee weat
Ho obalna to Hid plrwfl ot beginning, containing
(l*i ftontl more or leaa.
Located Sept Hli, ItHffi.
Nfttban Whealdmi. Locator
10 John Uloy 11. Agent
J. M, DEER
Boovsnoe Maker
All Work Ouarsateeil
New Work iMade to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   asfiS**!
Royal  Hotel
o
Y
A
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who are wemy »i>d thirsty, drop In, and
Alex will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOIw    Prop.
N signed, and endoraed "Tander for Indian
vj and Flaherlea offlee tilde., New Weitmlna-
tcr. B.C." will be reeelved at thla offlee until
Saturday. October tint. iWh, Incluilvaly. for the
construction of Indian nnd Ptaborien offlee
nidg., New Westminster.
Plans and npe* Ifleatlona to be aeen and forma
,1 tender obtained at thla Department, at tbe
omce of t», a. Kneter, Kh»i . Rbsldent Engineer
Si-* Werttmlnstrr, B.C.
Peraous tendering *re notlded that tenders
nil! not be conMOert-d unleaa made on the
printed form supplied and algntd with their
actual signatures
F.aeb tender must be accompanied by an
ucci ptcd cheque on a chartered bonk, made
potable to the order ol the Honourable the
MlnlPter ef Public Worka. equal to ten per
Coot (iftpf.) f the amount of the tender, whieh
wm be forfeited If tbe party tendering decline
to enter Into a contract when called upon to do
so, or If he fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
Tbe Department does not bind Itaelf to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. Q El.IN AH.
Secretary
Department of Public Worka,
40 Otttawn, Sept. 10th. 1900.
The Illinois Central
Matotaina unexcelled Korvtcc* from
the weat lo the eaot and nouth. Making
close connections with train* of all
transcontinental lines, passontrero are
given their choice of routes to ChlcaKo,
Louisville. Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these points to the far east
Prospective travelers desiring information as to the lowest rates aad best
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent
142 Third 8t„ Portland, O^n.
J. C. LlNDBBY, T.F. & P.A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
P. B. Thompson, F. ft P.A., Koora
1, Colman Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
FOUND
OS BAKER ST.OJJE DOOR WEST Or
HILL i   CO.    The only plaot ln town
a   thai on m.k.. life worth th* living.
E. H. SMALL, Manager
-
1111 »»—•«.—,.*»*>
Oats! Oats!!
Harris Bros*
I,,	
PELTON WATER MOTOR
6 INCH  PELTON MOTOR
TOU HAVE A WATia M.IUUEI OT 100 LM. TJT
OITT MAtm Th* 6-inch Motor Illu»tr»t4vd *bor* will d*v*lop
8 H.T*. »nd um bat littl* w»ter. Ohupw thu Oh or SteoMett**,
ud tdapUd far running Frinting Frim., Dyanmo*, Ooaonl
Kwhin.ry, IW. Sm th* Motor In Operation at th* otto* Of "fa*
Vrotpeotor".
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
SELL THESE MOTORS
And will give you full particular* and price*. Or writ* u*
direct, giving particular* a* to power required aad Mb* of
■Machinery you wtah to run.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Main St., San Franclseo, Cat.
SALE OF  MINERAL CLAIMS FOR UNPAID TAXES IN THE FORT  STEELE  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I HEREBY OIVE NOTICE that, on Monday the sixth day of November, A.D., 1906, at th*
Government Offices, Cranbrook, B.C., an the hour of twelve o'clock noon, I shall sell at Public
Auction, the Mineral Claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in the list hereinafter set out, of
which Crown Grants have been issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 80th
June, 1905, or accrued, due and payable at any 30th June subsequent to the date of the issue of tho
Crown Grant and for costs of advertising and other expenses.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
RKQIHTKKKD OWNER OR CROWN QHANTEI
0. II. Macintosh	
0. H. Macintosh	
0. H. Macintosh	
W. VanArt«dalen et al
Arthur 1'hlllliM	
C'lilunibu. M. Parker.
NAUR AND DESCRIPTION OF CLAIM
Unpaid
Taxe»
Wlnitay   Lot 3917 0. 1
Burton   Lot 3918 O.l	
Macintosh   Lot 3919 (1.1.
Emerald   Lot4*02O.l	
Surprise  Lot SMOG. 1	
Honey Comb   I Art 6454 G. 1
Expenses
ol Advertising.
» 2KIW
27 00
36 75
11 75
13 00
12 75
	
325
3 25
325
325
.125
3 25
Total
IU 71
30 26
40 00
It 00
UM
un
Dated at Cranbrook, B.C., Vti* t9th day of Snptembee, 1906.
C. NELSON, almiwr.
Fnrt Steele Ameiument District
(ranbrook Pout. Oftct
SALE OF LANDS FOR UNPAID DELINQUENT TAXES IN THE FOUT STEELE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai on Thursday; the twelfth day of October, A.D., 1905, at the
Government offices, Cranbrook, B.C., at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell at Public
Auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for'the
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1904, and for interest, costs
and expenses, including the cost of advertising this sale. Lands unsold will be forfeited to the
Crown.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAME OP PERSON ASSESSED.
Mather, R. D  	
Chew, Oeo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co
Chew, Oeo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co.
Chew, Oeo. and Col. aud Kty Rly.'lo
Mcaulre,P.C.&H.\V.4Col.*Kty RyCo.
Manning, D. and B C. Southern Ry Co.
Rom, HTW. and Col. A Kty Rly Co...
llobertoon, A.I. ft Col. ft Kty Hly Co.
Delinquent
Taxes.
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Lots 054, 055, OSS and 708 G. 1 Kty Dlst
Pt. ol Lot 356 G. 1., Kty Dlst	
Pt,ofLot3»7   "      "      "  	
Pt.olLot3ll»   "      "      "  	
PtaOfLotMO	
Pt.olLot4M6 ' 	
Ft. ol Lot 312   "      "      " 	
Pi. of Lot 312   '•      «      "  	
I!
105 00
38 40
12 30
32 00
12 30
10 00
640
5 15
»4 25
1 70
55
1 45
55
45
30
25
0200
%
24*
too
SOD
too
too
too
Total
•101 to
42 10
16 25
36 45
U»
it a
• 70
740
7lh, 1906.
A. C. NIL80N, Amemr
Art Steele 4«e«tr4«nt Dittrict, Onrtwook, m\t% ill
in
'j I
rilK PB08PB0T0K, ORANBROOK, n. 0., OCTOBER 7, n«
j.-an/in/v-.AJXiiAAnAruT/\nivvia^'vvv\.-v\i-uvvii.. nt   a.i —rvoOQUfii
Imperial Bank t \ Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000
CAPITAL (paid ap) 53.000.000
REST ACC0DNT M.000.000
Head   Office   Toronto.
T. It. MKKr.lTT. Pratldeol   D. R. WII.KIK. , i- .-l'r> -. and Cen. M»n.
AGENTS   IS   fillKAT   BRITAIN-*I.loytl-   Ban*   .- U,ml«nl St..
Loodou.
A G*o*ral Braklaf Hu>iti,-. rrtnaustad.
Savings lti.uk Department.—Interest allowed on deposits.
Cranbrook Branch.       j. F. M. PINKHAM, Manaser.
2 auuuuuiiannAnnnAivtriAiuuannA^
*•♦***♦**♦♦**  ******♦♦»*♦♦»
eghe^roeyector.  J||j ^ VVllO
Likes to Pish
aran ee I
■mwwnmmm>nHiiiiwnawmm*mmn-
| LOCAL NEWS. ]
•HtHWIMMH ...........................I
Se.- field's new Dress Goods.
Next  month you can writs ii
"the City ol Cranbrook*',
H   Simon.  Montreal, wns in
the city Thursday.
Peaches, IVars and Plums for
preserving al Kink Hros
.1   Plubrer, Trail, was in the
i-ii.v Thursday.
H   Byera nf Nelson was In
[town Thursday.
A   01  Beaton, Moyie, wm a
iC'raiiliu.ik visitor Thursday,
That you get a full dollars worth
£      for every dollar vou invest in
• Carss Mackinaws
* Stub Proof Rubbers
J      Stanflelds Underwear      $
i H.B.K. Cos Gloves. Mitts  $
♦
:
.lames Kvan returned V7edm
jjt   :.n  from a \ ia.il lo the OOMl
f
5
.1   \Va\i-! ,af Ni'iMaii was ri-ifia
red at the Cranbrook Thursday
N.-w   Slater  she
at   Reiil *
and Shoe Packs
or Invictus Shoes
If you dont live will return
every dollar you invest.
Geo. O. Buchanan, Casio, was
al Cranbrook Thursday on business connected with lead mining
I. J   Montgomery, Winnipeg,
>....■. a suest at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
Hairy Bradford and John Mc
u[ Donald. Bayard, were in the city
5 '■"' kiaj on business.
* 	
9 Specials at Hill St Co. on Fri
A iay and Saturday—Ladies rain
m.  coats at less than eost.
9 —
**| Peter Jensen, Wasa. was in
J Cranbrook several days this
M   rreek "ti business.
^ A
*♦♦**♦*»****♦****   WMKHtXItM      K    ?°™  and   H   White, Spo
~ —i*-"=?? ==,--—■ I kare Junction were (ruests at tbe
*i-h-.: :::::.-hi :•■!!:,■--h-w-h-: : :■■:■:•:■ *****;■;■■:■■:■:■■
| Beale & Elwell
t Baker. St. Cranbrook, B.C.
*   WILL   •
RENT
YOU   A
HOUSE
From $6.00 to $25.00
Per Month.
i '< smopolilau Thursday.
i lur Mocha and .lava Coffee is
the genuine full berry, the best
m the market. Vancouver Tea
and Coffee Co.
Geo. Mather, Nelson, was
registered at 'he Cranbrook
Thursday.
.1 A Harvey returned Wednes
• lay   evening   from   a   business
trip to the coast.
+
Your Fall su t aim Overcoat
Are Here waiting For von \
Workmen were laying   water
mains on   Hyde street on Wed
? nesdav.
4. Specials al Hill St Co on Fri-
,lay and Saturday—Ladies rain
coats at ie— than cost,
~l A Martin, .lames Ryan, Al
Ti Doyle and Vic. Rollins will leave
lion Monday for Spokane to
y   attend th" race-.
iti     Mr  and Mrs. W.  T.   Reid   re-
V turned Tuesday from an extend-
-r"!* ed   :ri|i  io  the coast,   and   the
i Portland Fair.
-a^,        ISTHK   MAN jyy—
-—^hj\ aho   will be   in-    *^*—
t.-r>jftle.i in ,,a»k;ti_- OTW OUT ihowtag el
Fishing Tackle
We have Rods and Reels of
diflerent sizes and the latest
styles, strong Lines of various
weights, all kimls of Flies
and Hooks etc All at the
right prices.
P.S.   Let us serve you by mtil
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Stock Buoution..
K'ariU'U*--, '', BMla • Kl.'il lli„a,-la.
l-rslilTwl   Hi
Mlr,„tl; ll'll, a-, a .,a.ala.lla ,  .'«'
Msn-obi lVir.1.. ,Aiu.-rl,-»n' : 'aa
IVIoiral IVir-.... r.l.K".|'l'-a I •">
Naarth SlAW i
-UlltlBB I"
St   KU..II. I.'
KaUalilar OlfUSB. B
Wr.u-rn Oil sta,l , ■ .
liii.rn.tt„.sl lawl ,v i',-k,-
Oral SllT** l**al MbS A-.iia-l*  'o I
B.le..
VV.al.-ria I'i, .ml Cu»l 2UU Sdlli'Stl Mi
liaia-rnAll.'iaaa CM] MM
Stock Quotation..
t '.'lllalir.1 l'\ J.allll    H'..,l,aa'lJ    A    I ,■      11.11
ltn-,1.   11.1'.
Tot Ia.ilu.IUI sr," ,-aarta i,' prta n aal a*ll,. la th,-
.Ita-a. nanus! i-a.n I* luri. -   ■
s, Bages.  ?   I--
N'urlta Sua  B
Sullivan.      . ....,
Matr,„iaMa..u.,lUD,    .
Ilau-riaaliuoail I uaa 10
Sl«vl. Cat     .     . ;'.
Wtswrn Oil       la
SAI.i:S: -.aa M.ra-oua. .•"- tntenwliOBal
i.*l    HBSt  l.ij*-a-ii.-
C. .1. South of Vancouver was
iu the city this week. Mr. South
is the snperintendeni of the
Children's Aid Society, and
while here addressed a public
meeting in the Methodisl Church
Attextion : Everybody that
wants furniture repaired or upholstering done,  or new   work,
would do well to come aud see
me     New samples on hand.   My
charges are moderate. A.
Gk.bni.kr, Armstrong Ave.
The Co-Operative store has
placed a new sign over its main
entrance, it ia finished in gold
and black, and is the won; of
Short A- Co.
A Caledonian society was
lorined on Wednesday last, ibe
list of officers and place of meet-
ing will be published next week.
C. H  Livingstone of Everett,
Wash., and H. B Hadley of
Spokane were registered at the
Cranbrook Friday.
MARRIED, OR
10.NG1   RF
Tli.Ml l'-l us |il,-..ae li.-iv He- liuli",' '" )
iiiakin;' your bridal pprtniUS. Wa
weiilil not urye the matltr, only wej
hav,- hau nioh marked atuoceM In the
|Mai »illa |'i,-.uiea of bride.. Krooliia. |
tedding partie?-. (»reasa?nu, etc.. ami ai-
pautiTe iiuit '>•• am thorougblj iil.-a.,'.
.vou.   Sural) He- hlajrh i|iiallty oi mrk
»e will file you. and the llinde»t pria'i-
w. will quota you trill I'-ave no doubt
in .inur mind thai the plaee W> go for
bridal lairiraita. ia
Prest Photo Go
Studio.
linker s; Cranbrook, U r
■:-w-i-i"i-i-i-:-i-;-i-i-i-M">i"i-!"i-i'
.1 F. Armstrong is building a
age on Cranbrook
ir   the  eovernmenl
TISDALE'S ii
Headquarters for
FIIE.SH PRDITS _
NITS and CHOICE   J
CONPECTIONERV
Ice Gream and Sort Drinks J
Al.o Tobacco, Pipe,
and Cigar.
\ln"ilobn
to ' 'raubn
— A    Baker St.    Cranbrook   %
and ".,ril,'!-'""|„„',!i''  in •t-I-H-H-H-l"M"!-l-l->l-I-I-l-H
ik Monduv
DRAYING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COSIMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, Gena-nd Mana|{.r        ALKX. LAIRD, Ami. Oral Maaafw
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT TH£ rOU.OWIMO a»TIS:
$5 and under  ' "******
Over %i and not eiceedinf $10  • cents
«   $10      " " $30  It cents
«   $jo * $50  1! cents
TbeM Order, are Payable at Par at anji office in Canada of a Chartered
Bank, (Yukon eicpled) and al the principal banking points In the I llitcd
State*. aS.OtmA.LS ST . H.SI    .AT. AT
THE CANADIAN BANK OK CONMER..T. LONDON. ENO.
Thev form an excellent method ol remitting .mall sums of uiooc.
with safety and at small mat.
».v«:*«*«»m*S'*.l*^*^^
We have been in the husi
for several years, we hav
Ix'st equipment in B.C and w
nuarantee satisfaition
--■:l insurance value o! toe Eoes
flhoui that Piano 1
We are the authori/.ed  agents
for the removal of Mason St Riseh I
Pianos, we i-an do the work with a
out risk.     Also Household Fur 4
nature. '
PERRY k FITZGERALD       '
Proprietors ol the , L
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co t
\
Tin-    a, e di nl   insiiiaiii-e J
l^    policy that yields 18,(1(10 in [J
: -,- of death  provide* un '■
Indemnity of ♦S.SOOfof iln
loss of both (yea.
Tbl. tnoaoi ibal a blind nwii b
ai-at'-iirull.v half dead.
lluard your eyes with dt ur,,.
1'aaa many have pul mi  firing:
ihctn atienlh'ii until  it  wastool
LfJM lair Ill Im- U'la'-tlllell.   If lilnlljili.-
-^    U the  mailer   will,   them  thai
will 1,-11 vou -ii ' < un-iilt
llltii-e ll|i|aa-it
l.l'.Il. Depot
Phono A3.
UIW**.****?^**.,******...***!**^.!****1*.   I
. f. Tate & son
i***v*******s****>1,*9**e^^4i Cranbrook's l^eadlng Opticians
\/M    CLINE M' 'mi""llWi"-! t",-r,„»', N,-.,"a-al.iviai,m,'.|..I(
11( tht '.Id MMUflta Itarl-t DWp       JB
 '
a-:,!' DO.   lar fOUIlal ill ihf
WATTS' BUILDING
Kil-al lift.. Wurk ill alt lir.uii-1
, Ol the
L Ton so rial Art |
•*»«^*«Nt*>*?>«.^**>»«»»»*»«»<
♦ This Is *
j   HEATING SEASON  j
♦ I
»..».>,«.>■>.»
CranbrooK
n uveru
GEARY a DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnish
ed for any )>oint in the tli~
trict.
A. DOYLE. Man,R>
	
*
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
KSTIMATKS KIKSISIIKII ON ALL WOKK
JOIlllISi,   I'HOMITI.Y KXKITTKI).
Houses and Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
1 SOUVENIRS
$ J   Heat Strong   ♦
2 I   Heat Quick     J
♦ f
♦ And  for Beauty, Style and Finish *
♦ Siand Unexcelled. 1
! J. D. McBkide I
J CRANBROOK, B.C. J
*++♦****$****» ft***********
ONTARIO
GRAPES
Concord       Delaware
'•.'. .*r vbi ■ ly     who     tins      'i«*t*tl
!' . •■>*'> Teas prououncp them to
■ * v choicest cup of fragrance
thoy pver 'ustfil Sold only hv
'In- Vancouver Tea and Coffee
Co
J. Edgar Davis
9
♦andd".
Bricklayer
Contractor
Furnace,  Boiler.   Ranj;e  and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All 0ffice and Workshop   Lewj8 Sf
__ description of stone-work under- 	
Mr  and Mr-   VV   II    Hill   and  taken.
iiinily will leave Cranbrook on     -  .      .j.      , _   „ „„.„,„
, Hrst ..I nexi «..,'k on a visit   Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
ihe coast,    Before they re- wm Reaelve Prompt Atieailoo.
- .-V   vill attend   the hiK .  RAILWAY
1   ::■■■;   Fair   at    New   West
IMF. AND BHfNOLES l-'ul! SALTS j Mi^ \J V.I a\Jaf 1"*C S_5
Telephones, Four and Ten lb. Baskets
D.J.JOHNSON' FULL   WEIGHT
carpenter w Builder Very Best Quality
Hood Work at
Reasonable Price
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
minster.
FOR ft FIRST-CLftSS TURN0UI
00 T"
Ii.    Parker    representing    a
" i!iu-p,-L' Rmplnymenl Agency,
wih :."  men,   passed   throngh  I^AlMl)!   rV  S
rtuihr ".. Wednesday for Spo-  i » r\ IN UL>Lt I   O
biini'   .!-,ii"-ii"ii      The  men  will
I mployed nn the Spokane A
nernntionnl  lailway construe-
■ . m TEAMS and DRIVERS
$27.00
Vancouver,    Victoria
Seattle
Portiand*»Retyrii
Grown by the largest individual shipper m Ontario
W. Fretz, and procurable only Irani.
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY;
Cranbrook, B. C.
Inn   Robson,  R.A..   of   ,.
Chairman of the   Kast tl.is,nc'
LIVERY|iu.u.uhu^iiuou.i!||
OS SALE DAU.V
TILL   I5TH   OCTOBER
i lniii-1-..f motet, ail rail v.a Stuntttoi
1 -■*'■ — 1*1
Fern
K o enav District, will pr.-aeh
in the Methodisl Church of this
p  ,-. next S'nn lav morning nnd
.■I- in.,..' I'ev .1. p. Westman
th-i'M-H"'  I ere  coes  to Fe tiie
to nii'iieli a, niversary sermons
in that place.
Nulli I'. TO  COSTRACTORS
UivUlon Ktaiiin-.-, V Office, I'ulyai-v.
[f you are satisfied with pmirly made and ill-fitting clothes you     Tenders will  i»-  receired  at   this
won't have much difficulty in getting what you want     Bul if yon "m'"' "»"'   "   O-Hoek   Ttanday.
.   .                  i   . -l      i     j            * •     .  i           iiriiiUr'itii., ror tbe erection, comple* ..lin tit »nn nn in
insist on g.  clothes, properly tatlored and correct in style, we .;„n   , Mis„ry „( rtlHli. „,,„ ^ al!* ht >ou "ul '"
have them here for you in the 20TH   CENTURY   brand gar- ^,t\miwUdtnit»tLethbridge.  Plans. Clothes. Shoes,
ment. uii(|ui'stionably Hie finest ready to wear clothes  in  Canada.  SpeeidrMioiu and lorms of prOpoMsl. Hat*.   Fti!
and  we  are  Sole  Agents  for  them     Fall SllilS and OveiXOatS in rtwy tohadon.ppllcaMontothliOMoe •
,                                                                                                      Loweal or any tender not neoewsrily II tn     Ur fi ^* U..
tvem StUle-                       _               _                    ,    „..,.,.,„.,, IHjl    MfjHPt.f]   P        B. HILLIER, Agent. Cranbrook    -
X. I.. BROOKS, Willi     Ilil"! 1|  UIIUI          J. S. CARTER          E. J.C'OYI.K         *-
>      4U                         Diviaiuu Lngineer. Hanson. Ave.    CuANBROOK.BC D.P.A.. N'elwu
Furnished for any point in the
S. 3. PRINCESS VICTORIA
Vancouver    to   Seattle   va
Victoria
Dominion Exhibition
NEW  WKsTMINSTKIt
$21.15
Tickets on  >ale Sept.   L'l   in
Oct 8 L'ood to return till Oct 11.
Through Sleeping
He can  secure you a job and Cat*
Arrowhead to Vancouver
SUNDAY. WKDNESDAY, FRIDAY
Kor full  |.art;,-ulars.  first   i-l»s-
EMPLOYMENT
AGBINCY
It will pay those who are
lookinsi for work !■> ,-all and
see
Jim   McArthur
D
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Wednesday, Oct 4th.
and Following Days
■"-9   Wc Will Display the   9«?
Newest    Designs   in
Millinery for Pall
and Winter
Hill   &   CO,      Cranbrook
tourist sleeper reservatitm*..  apply to
local agvm- ur write
. REID St CO..
A.G.P.A., \ Mnouver &*&^^S*tti~ll~m**%*h*W**W*^^

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