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Array '"lf» "f trc Am.
Vol. ir>.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   JANUARY   Ki,   lf-JOO.
No.
THE    LEMIEUX    ACT     WILL BUILD COMPANY to
K.C.R.      | Bulid $20,000
PLANT
Sonic cold facts concerning it-—Bogus claims
on behalf of the measure.
MORE   STRIKES   THAN   BEFORE.
More men involved, and more lost time—1907
worse than 1906, and 1908 worse than 1907
Contracts   to   he   Let
January   25th
MUNICIPAL   ELECTION
COUNCIL        RE-ELECTED        BY        SMALL
MAJORITY.        HYLAW   DEFEATED
Official Roll of Boys Brigade
ottawu,  Jan. 2ml,   L909.
Mr. Mackenzie King is about to become u minister, and Mr.  Lemieux  is
busily   advertising   himself in   many
ways.   Moth have expended much public money    in persuading the people
that tho Industrial Disputes  Investigation Act of 1907 is wonderful legislation and bus been the means of di- lollowing extract from  the constitu
mlntshlng or settling no end of labor tion : "The object of the Boy's Bri
troubles.   Hut     when we apply     the glide    shall be the advancement     of
test of actual facts tu these claims,
they tare worse than patent medicin.*
advertisements printed next to ancient jokes in a gift almanac,
BOGUS CLAIMS.
lu February, 1908, Mr. Lemieux replying in the bouse to questions
which he bad induced a supporter to
ask him, brought down -( return setting forth thnt the net was invoked
In HO eases during the tirst eleven
months, and that in 2A instances
strike was averted or ended."     Tlu* j
Mr. Frank Dcitosier ,,f Jaffray whs
in  town   Saturday   last  on  business.
He said :... "That contracts would be
let next week, about January 20thto
25th for the construction of 30 miles
of the Kootenny Central railway. Tbe
Kootenay    Central     will leave    the
Crow's Nest branch at Galloway foi-
—o— lowing the base of the mountains   in
,„,    , ,,     , „.       oj , i     ii     t tt northwesterly    direction to     Fort
lhe fallowing is the official roll   of. Steele  thmce ,„     northerly direction
the boys brigade, each member being tQ Wnsft| wte„ it wiU crortK to    the
sworn io on January 4th under    the | weHt si(,e q{ thfl KooteMy rfvW| f()1.
lowing the trend of the river to Canal Flat where it will again cross to
the east side of the river, thence on*
Christ's Kingdom among boys, and
the promotion of habits of obedience,
reverence, discipline, self respect, and
all that tends towards a true christian manliness."
Charles 0. Main, Captain.
Robert Hughes, Sub Captain.
Walter A. Selby, Lieutenant.
David Wilson, Sergeant.
Hurry A.  Bathie, Corporal A squad
Joseph  J.  Uourgoine,  Corporal   B.
ajSquad.
Frank
Cryderman,     Corporal    C.
public     was     not expected to reflect
that in every one of these    cases     a
strike     Would  have been averted  or
ended if the act bad not been invoked.   All strikes that arc not averted
ultimately   come to an end, and     In
some of the eases cited  by Mr.  Lem
leux the strike continued :i months beginning after the act. had been invoked   and     tbe hoard had made its report.   We tind     among cases claimed
to   have been settled under this net,
thc troubles in     the Spiinghill mines  Harvey Dickson
in Nova Scotia.   They figure in    four  Herman Binkley
cases out of thirty in the list.    As   a  Hay Armstrong
matter of fact they were not settled , Sylvester Carson
at    nil,   but ended in a strike, wltb  Hubert Cliisholm
1700 men out of work from tbe tirst  James Hilton
of August till the lirst of November.
Yet this seems to be counted as four
settlements in which a strike was averted or ended.
m C.  P,  R. MACHINISTS
Another case in which jl \a clcl
that a strike was    averted
under the     Disputes An wa
Squad,
Cordon Powler, Corporal D Squad.
PRIVATES.
Harold Hickenbotham A Squad
! H.  Finley
George D. Kerr
T. Brownlee
Arthur Fowler ti. Squad
Carlyle  McNabb "
Roy Argue
. Billio Brownlee
Milton Leek
ward to Golden on thc main line
the C.P.R. It is snid that thc right
of way agent, Mr. J. N. Logan, has
closed contracts, and the right of
way secured along the whole line.
Contractors have been over the route
and contracts will be let by the 25th
of tbe present month. Mr. DeRosier
has already closed contracts for supplying the several railway camps with
beef, hay and grain.
It is said that tlie new line when
completed, will be used as n freight
line, and will materially reduce, the
heavy pressure of traffic over the big
hill at Field.
Along the route of the uew line,
there are many flourishing and prosperous towns, vast timber resources,
und mineral deposits 0f value, and
large areas of fruit and agricultural
lands.
Jack Haslem
Hugliie Brown
Ralph Laurie
Brunswick Hamilton
Douglas Stewart
Frank Pdssniore
ended  Clifford S. McNabb
that of Hollo H. Johnson
C Squad
I) Squad
the C.P.R. machinists, This case
came after tbe Lemieux return, but is
ia the same category, and among the
cases which the Labor Gazette claims
settled   under   tlie ucl.     Tbe act
Norman Fowler
Harold Bridges
David WfttSon
Wilfrid Dallas
Earle Stewart
was invoked and a report made which Willie Laurie
was   not accepted.   A strike was or-Urville Dow
dered and continued from August 5 bo Cyril Patmore
October 5,   1908,  involving 8000  men . John Cannon
and a loss of 382,000 days work.  Both  Gerald Dulnmge
in this    case and that uf Spiinghill,  Alex. Dickson
the    strike ended by the men return-  Fred Bradley
ing to work, so far as they had   not
beeu replaced,   lt the department     of
labor can claim  these instances     ns
samples of averting aud ending strikes, the act of L907 has been a magnificent success.
Turning again to Mr, Lemieux's re
A Smart Girl
; SALMON   RIVKR    GlItL    WHO     IB
\   CERTAINLY   A    WINNER AS     A
WORKER.
There is a great opportunity for
some bachelor who is' matrimonially
, inclined if he can make himself solid
j with a certain girl in Salmon river.
j A correspondo.it writes that she is
"the smartest girl in that district.
She cooks for ten men, cuts the wood
I and carries the water, brows the logs
to keep three teams going, and has
| plenty of time to visit her friends."
-. With a wife capable of doing all that
'■ the nmn of the house need worry
; about nothing, but eould sit all day
. and suiokc. With thc saving in energy tbat would result from having
: only one man to look after, instead
; of ten, this maiden should be able to
| turn her hand to other work, and
j amass considerable wealtb for the
j lucky man who gets her.
McUillivray Creek Coal
Co. and Coke  Corporation     will     make
Improvements
Final estimates and arrangements
will be made in the next week for
the installation 0f " $200,000 plant
on the property of tho McGUHvray
Creek, Coal nnd Coke company, limited, by Byron E. Sharp, secretary
of the company, who will leave today for Michel, B. C, to meet J. F.
PoVah, manager of the property and
K. C. Greene, u coal expert from
Pennsylvania, who has heen retained
by the company to install its working plant.
This property in directly north of
Coleman, Alberta, along McGlUlvray
creek, which runs at right angles to
the Cnnndian Pacific. Before the
property can be developed a railroad
spur must be constructed or an aerial tramway from the hill to the
company's yards at tho track, and
this will be one of thc tirst improvements built.
The company is incorporated in
Washington with n capital stock of
13,000,000. H. L. Simons ,,f Glencoe,
Minn., is president. F. C. Greene,
who hns been retained to put in the
plant, had the direction of putting
in one of thc large plants at Michel,
and Mr. Sharp and Mr. Povoh will
look that over before the three go
to Coleman to decide upon the apparatus for the new mine.
Gold Medal Contest
The elecutionary contest took plaee
in the Presbyterian church on Friday
evening.
Five young ladies, each having won
ii silver medal contested for a gold
medal, given by the W.C.T.U. The
emitestants were;
Miss Margaret Kennedy, Miss May
Chapman, Miss Edith McNeil, Miss
Hazel  Hirtz, and Miss Hose Gaskill.
Miss Edith McNeil won the medal.
Theic was nn excellent program of
instrumental and vocal music. These
events are always interesting, and a
large audience greeted the candidates.
Conservative Convention
Nigel Thompson "   ni
Applications have been made by
several boys for enlistment, but
these must first do the drills in order to catch up with the others. A
parade will be held as soon as the
company is tit. A statement of sub-
ply to questions which he asked him- scription-i kindly given for the
self, we ihul that out uf the 28 cases equipment will  be made shortly, sev-
in which a strike was averted or end- eral promises have yet to be collect-1 „„-.,_„ nr„,rrtl_     fhp»uvh -mmmlthf
i,   th,re     were ten in which strikes ed.   One other sergeant has yet to be; ^ JgST^Wt 3£   X
Anti-Japanese Bills
Sacramento, Cnl., Jan. 15-Three
bills drawn by Grove L. Johnsoa of
Sacramento, restricting the business
operations of Japanese and segregating     them     in all communities, are
actually took place. In one other
case a settlement was constituted
and in live thc matter was still unsettled at the time thi report was
brought in.
A department that draws so exten
sively on its imagination for its announcements can claim anything. In
niii" rases out of t n where difference
of opinion arose between the laborers
and tlnir employers before 1007, they
were settled without a sirike, and the
appointed.
Among the Craft
Selkirk Ledge A.F. & A.M. was instituted tm     Friday night at Moyie,
by  District  Deputy Grand  Master E.
HI well, assisted by  Past Master's J.
\*\   Armstrong and  M.  A.  Beale.     A
i number of     brethren from Craubrook
and     Creston     were   in   attendance,
proportion     is no greater now.   But  After     the     ceremonies at the lodge
every such settlement  is now claimed  wt.rp oVer, the brethren sat down to
as an     aeliieveuu n'   of tbe  Lemieux n sumptuous banquet in the Central
act,   evm     though the settlement is hotel.   The new lodge has a member
the
made before the Lemieux board
constituted, or while the enquiry is
pending, or belore Ihe report. Even
when tbe repurt Is Hot accepted, and
a strikt follows, which hi tbe natural
course of events comes to an end
some time, the department claims
credit fur ending It.
FROM MONTH TO MONTH.
During the period in which it is
falsely claimed thai twenty eight
HtrllU'S were averted or ended by the
Lemieux net, 138 KtHKflH tool' place.
In Canada, Ho tha' Ihen were neatly
live strikes foi' each reference to the
act. This return came down to the]
end In February.
An examination of Hie tiles of thej
Labour Ca/.etlr bIioWH that lu March]
of LOOB, one trouble was referred ton
hoard and settled, another was refer
red hut was settled otherwise before!
tlie board was constituted. In this]
month eight strikes were in progress!
tlve of which were settled by nogotla-11
today that the measures prohibiting
aliens from being members of the
board of directors which was referred
I to the committee on corporations,
and which affects some of the largest
' Japanese importing nouses on the
\ Paeitle coast will be reported prob-
| ably on Monday and the report will
I be favorable.
America's Bid For Canada
RECIPROCITY  IN    TRADE MEANS
ABSORPTION.
hip of :ir.
Installation
At a regulnr meeting of Loyal Or-
ittlKO Lodge, held in the Salvation
Army Hall Saturday night, the foi*
lowing officers were Installed fur the
ensuing year;
A.   Horseman..
M. Rn reherii
W.   Walsh  	
J, IJ, Wallace
H, A. Fraser..,
.1.  W.  Walla.i
 W.M
... DM.
 C.
 S. C
,, Trens,
 1st L.
Ceo.   Will
Collilitltti
on  2nd L.
'/,.   Gibson,     T.  Boyter, jj£v
man, A. V,. Kerr, W. G, Hag-
Loiidon, January 9 Tbe Daily Mall
In an editorial headed "America's
Bid for Canada" refers to the vote
of the New York State Chamber of
Commerce in faVol' of reciprocity and
and says: "If such a treaty is con
eluded it will mean nothing less than
the absorption of Canada hy hor
neighbors. This would be a disaster
to the British race and end all the
dreams and aspirations wherein the
largest minds nf our raee have In
dulged."
Tbe Mail appeals strongly  to Canadian patriotism     to show  patience,
tor though  the states of the empire
waited loim and  have been r
buffed often,     thi
Is fast, drawing to
period of suspense
a close.
\ SECOND    ANNUAL     CONVENTION
TO BE HELD IN  VICTORIA.'
The second annual convention of
the British Columbia Conservative
association as at present organised
will be held in Victoria on thc day
after the house meets, ()r January 22.
The president of the association is
G. H. Barnard, K. C, but as hc will
! be in Ottawa, the tirst vice president
0. M.  Wood Worth  of  Vancouver  will
'probably preside,
[The convention will he attended    by
I ten delegates from each Constituency
in the province, making 42u in all.
The delegates     will probably discuss
I the live political issues of the     da)'
and pass resolutions concerning them,
The question of entertaining the tie-
| legates and providing a place of
meeting has been left to a    committee
]reemtly appointed, and their plan**
will be announced as soon as they
have been detlnutcly formulated.
Is question of Cost
SIR WILFRID LAUIUBR ON CHAM
ULY  CANAL    PROJECT.
Ottawa, Jan. 15 An lndueuti.il de
. putation representim; New York
] state commercial interests waited on
Sir Wilfrid Laurier this afternoon
|in connection with a project that
'('humbly canal be opened and the Richelieu river dredged so as to permit
along with certain works in New
. York state, a navigable waterway for
11 foot barges from the St. Lawrence
; river to the Hudson river, The deputation promised that New York state
would do its part. Sir Wilfrid Laurier replied that the undertaking was
[one of cost, He was in favor of tbe
' freest communication between the
two countries but there were many
public wurks calling lor expenditures, He promised that the cost would
be inquired into.
Local News
Whs it the heat generated duriii;
the municipal election that Caused
the thermometer to rise from 2,"i be
low to IU above zero on Thursday
P. Lund, manager of the Crow's
Nest Pass Lumber Oo., was in town
Wednesday, and went to Marysville
Thursday morning,
Dave Newell, who hus been inspect
iug a mining property tin the North
Star Hill returned to Cranbrook on
Thursday.
Patmore Bros, have secured the
contract lor plumbing and hot water
heating of the new Imperial Hank at
Michel.
Dp to the time of going t., press
theie has been nothing found to
equal thc new Sas';*Alta Range, foi
sale by  Patmore Bros .
Free demonstration of Hold Stand
anl pure food aad teas and coffee-
close to-day. Don't miss the opportunity,   Campbell & Manning.
R. L. Phelps, H, A. White of Van
coiiver, J. 11. Miller of Corbin nnd
M. Reid of Creston were registered
at the Cranbrook Friday.
Perhaps now, as tbe coal and w,,o
supply  runs  out Crunbrook  can bum
some of those knotty problems   con
fronting the municipal council.
M. P. DeWolf of Bonners ijerry; A.
(Jarney and H, A. i arney i>f Kashi
were guests at the Cranbrook Fri
day.
A Considerable number of the Ma,
onic fraternity visited Movie Pridaj
to assist in the Instituting ■ ;' n M..-
onic lodge in that town.
The associated boards ot trade foi
Eastern British Columbia will eon
vene at Trail, Wednesday, January
27th.
We trust that the incoming council
will as early as possible place before
the ratepayers u by-law that will
give to Cranbrook a new school
building.
J. A. Harvey, G. T. Hogers. T
Covin and V. A. Rollins will le.-iv-
on Sunday to attend a convention ol
the provincial conservative associa
; tion.
Perhaps one reason why the muni
cipul council is in favor of havinp "
large play ground at the publh
schuoi is because they may like t«.
play horse every little while.
N. Hansi n of Wnsn, who has been
at Calgary tin business, returned on
Thursdny. He says that the weather
In that city was line with tbe thermometer at jfj below zero.
Owing to the extreme cold weather,
frozen water pipes, etc., tbe presses
of The Prospector have been stopped
aud on this account the issue of tb
paper has been delayed.
G. W. Griffin of Hamilton, A. G,
Campbell of Toronto, J. T, Doble ii
Vancouver, and Fred Ritchie of Victoria were guests at tbe Cranbruo't
Thursday.
A number of liberals have met and
discussed the advisability of bring
ing out a liberal caudidati to contest the election of Hd'n. Thos. Taylor, M.P.P. It was decided that no
opposition would be made.
Hugh Robertson an engineer lost l-otfal option will never be uny
one ,,f his eves last night by the thin; but a partial success until tho
bursting of a water glass. Mr. Rob- alcoholic springs .He dried up.
ertson has many friends in Crnn
brook who "'ill regret bis Irrepnlrablo
Injury,
The municipal election for the corporation of the city of Craubrook
were hold on Thursday uinl six aid
ermen elected.
Mayoi •■ P. Kink was elected on
nomination dav, Monday, January
llth. by acclamation.
The vote for aldermen resulted as
follows:
V   Hyde Baker Uu
Cl.   Johnson   180
-I     M.   Henderson     iy;
■Limes  Finley   150
r   S. Gilt  145
I'   DeVere  Hunt   220
■I.   Jackso'i    ... .  21G
I. E. Kennedy    177
A.   .1.   Mighton    125
I.   I).   McBride    I7n
■lames Ryan      1ST
The total vote Was 105, of winch
102 votes  were polled.
The old council consisting ol Mes
rs. Mu1 -r, Ryan, Hunt, Henderson,
Inckson and Johnson weie elected hy
•mall majorities.
The election was keenly ci utested,
i number of aldermanic candidates
icing early at tin- polls and remain
ng there until the polls weie closed
By-law No. 5-1 known us tbe muni
cipnl building by-law was defeated
by a Vote of 221 against ami 207 for
be sab- of tbe present building
The result of tbe Vote disclosed ■■
lumber uf surprises. The old council
xpected to have been retum-d with
urge majorities, but the result shows
hat a change of a dozen votes
ivqUUI have materially changed the
'1'ison il of tbe council.
-.   Fire at CCS.
On Monday evening an alarm was
rung in for a tire in the C. C. Stole.
Tbe prompt action (,f the tire brigade
re ven ted the destruction of tbe
mildlng*, confining the tire tu the
■cntrul portion of the store. The tire
s supposed to have originated from
ui overheated stove pipe. The pro
irlctor and clerks having left for
upper about 2o minutes before the
■ larm was rung in. intending to re
urn antl finish their days work. The
Inmage.to the building is small, but
he stock suffered severely from wut
t a nti ice.
Great praise is due tbe tire brigade
oi their efficient work, which was
lone under difficulty's, with thc tiler
lometer  It, degrees  below   zero,
Making Work for Miners
Spokane Chronicle A canvass re
ently made of ISli of the largest me
ul working Concoi n I represented in
he New York market is reported to
mve disclosed the mrt that the pur
ihnsing agents foi* these companies
i'lll, during tlie months of January.
all f,,i approximately 15 million
lOUIlds of copper, lead, spelter, zinc,
nd jii': tin, and tbat manufacturers
f spun, rolled and stamped eoppe-t
'lid brass gootls were never before
o low in reserve stocks of metals foi
he spring t lade.
Similar conditions arc said tt. be
ound in the trades that work in pre
ions metals, notably the mniUtfnct
irlng watch ami jewelry trades.
Decidedly nii" may see more active
y in the metal mnrkets of the world
nd a corresponding activity in the
lines of tbe northwest, for a tilt in
hc prices of copper, lead ->r silvei
fill in-vitably result in more exten
• ive exploitation of tbe undeveloped
irodiiclne mines of the districts tri
jutary to Spokane.
Provincial Floats
A company has been t.iiinui to gen
crate power ;tt  Shu swap falls,    neoi
At a regular meeting of Royal
Scarlet Chapter, held in tbe Salvation Army hall Thursday night the tol-
wlng officers were Installed
Killed in the Woods
Boyter 	
A. Frnsor 	
Horseman 	
Wallace 	
Kl'usel' 	
Larrlgan  HA.
15, Wftlluco  1st L.
Wilson  2nd L.
Itvikinjiii   iHt ('
WnUll  2nd 0.
UmI'SI'IIIHI)     I,Hi
llmlnoi'K 'Ol.
tiim ut- Burrondor, without the ussiHt. t
nncc nf ihe department nl liibor, und hi
tli,- ntlitH'H remained unsettled. i A
In   April   under   tlm Lemloux act J
tlipro  were    three caam, In two    nil II
which tlm board did nut agree while ,1
tin' third was Bottled by tlm parties J
before nny reporl  wns mndo.   There v,
woro cloven ntrlkes in HiIh month, In-  K
rlndiiiB    tlic,K». '.ell, nver (mm March.  W
Nitu' woro ended, but tbi' dopnrtmenl. T
uf   liibui'    had    iiMtliim, I.,, dn wltb  A
thom.   Three     woro settled by nogo
tlntlon,   nne   by closing tho factory,
and Hv,' iiy replacing tno strlkors or
tin' mon returning in work.
In May iiiiili'i tin' Art ono agreement t\-iin ciTi'i'teil helora a strike. In I
another onso flu' board did nut agroi
ii'ul a Btrlko followed, and in llu
third roforouco the parties Bettldtl thi
case iii'furi' tin* board was constitu^
ed.  There woro thirteen uliikcH, mu
„f which  wm Bottled undor tho dis   (-t|       nmmnr«   'apartment*.    The
putos act, wbll,' six were arrangod by|lnw(,r   |1(|0,. w|1| ,„. „„,,,, „„ „     Mle
auroomont between tlm pnrtlos,    und |m„   Th(, ]mmnK wl)| c„Bt    about
Continued on pag« 2. I II2.IXI0.
w   rnmnl   ''oleniun, .Ian. 15-Jamos .lust,    u
B Ofl lumberman was accidentally killed In
 rir, the Woods near here Wednesday lore-
 ng ! llnnn  while  lulling  a  tree.   The     de-
  'm ceased worked in a camp operated by
    'W.  H,  OlbBon  and      was u  stranger
and hail heea at work only a few
days. The police had dltllculty In
gutting any Information ubuut the
man as he apparently bud no ttlcndo
hereabouts. Tlm coroner's jury met
yesterday and gavo n verdiet nl accidental dentil.
Plans Masonic Temple
•En Passant"
Irntomlty nt ('ran-     A burk (lHi nnd a Bquaw IH'I were
nslderntlon plans I married at Ht.
The    Masonic
' brnuii imve under consideration plan* | married ut Bt. Joseph's mission
im    the    building ol a much larger Bundny    last.   About    HO   Indlumi
temple.   The main feature nf the pro-  were present tu wltnusn tbe niemuny
posed    new building will be a large performed by Rev, Vr, Wagner. There
uud specially designed lodge ruom, a i were nu nld time orgies nr sun dune-
inmodiotls     banquettlng hull     anil,,",,     nut     even u  pipe nf peace wns
smoked.   As usual   tbe  groom Inrgut
t„ bring   the ring, nnd u substitute
had to be found belore thc ceremony
could  prutefd.- .(IrrattiB  llevl.w
This year's K.C.R. deficit
j Kur the nine months oudlng with
i December, public Wni'ks nnd railways
[earned H'>2,n*u less Hum last year.
This means a decline ,,! 1460,000     in
I Intercolonial earnings, nr at the rate
ol 1600,000 (nr the year. Nn state
i ment uf working expenses cun be ob
'taiaed, but thoro wnfl un Increase uf
!(70,nilii iu tlm lirst month, uud It Is
certain that the expenditure ban gone
un ut. ubuut Dm Mime rule.
Today nil kinds nf rumors ubuut
'the Bale nf Dm rullwuy ure in circulation, nnd the government press is
preparing the public mind for some
deul. "(let. rid uf Dm railway," Ih
Die koynoto in Dm Montreal Herald,
organ ni the minister ul agriculture,
COAST   OITIBH   .lAIlllUli IIY    AN
j l"AI"THQUAK»,
Victoria nnd Vancouver were Blink-
en by un oartll(|Uftko nn Mnndny alt
ernoon. Tim buildings Jarred but (m
damage wus done. The shock wus
felt In many cities and towns nn the
I coast,
A halt interest in three claims nent
Um     First  Thought   mine  at   nmn'
Im--  n    .,,1,1 tu ., N.'u York »yndl
:   ThoB, C'nvln nnd v. tlollln.     «ili '"'• 'm 530.oon.
leave to-morrow fm- the coast whoro
tlmy will uttend n i vention ,,( (be
! provincial   conservative   association.  . ,,.,
I I. A. llurvey will lonvo on Monday, l'",,"h>. ""' '""'l'"***' "P««- to fur
and a. T. Rogors tho following w,,| "'">' Vornon nnd othot towns with
nosdny.  Cranbrook will bo fully and l","'',' '"' tr»""' °tc;
ably reproscntod at thi:- convention,      Ceylon plnntors have p ited thc
T nld     il,.,.. demonstrated  American battleship fleet  with 15 000
ono thing clearly.  That Is the neces   I1?""'1.' "' "'",   " '">' - "ll '""k" ;'
Bity nf an   up-to-dato nnd sntl*fool   '••'<«>*     •"    'ternoon , pleasant
ury    heating    system tu keep your "m" "" •hlPbonrd
home win-in mnl tlm pipes from freer. ,   Thl. S|ll,k„i],. hrokors think tlmt 60
Ing, which will sine y,,ii in y     In BUPkoril „,,. h,,,n ,.vm. hnMr
the     luui;     tun.   Boo I'ntiiiuie Bros, 	
nnd Im prepared Im Hie noxl drop h ivould noi bo n surprise If thc C,
in the tempornturc, r   It   bought     the smelter ut lluiin
duiy Falls    nud had it in operatlou
l.y  tile  middle nl   Keblllnl V.
Died at Forte sleele .   „      „    , ,,
In  I'im"-  Rupert there ure   11 but
■ —"■ - ols,  lestutuuiits  nnd   lodging   housos.
-   James  Hlghwnrrtor  nl  Kurt  Steele „,,„,. ,,, which iimploj  yellow Inbor.
wns  foUtlll   deud   nt   Ills   plllCC   nl   busi
ness  ill   Kurt   Steele   Sumlny    in ■ NANAIMO   HV KI.KiTliiN
Inst.   Mr,     Hlgbwnrdot    wns      vtry
llgeti, mill II  Is supposed thut be wns Nullum,,,   J,,,,       |2   III tlir  liy eler
fixing n stnve pipe which hud Inlloti ,„,„   |or ,|„. ||)C„|     legislature bold
down, and   tlmt  lie I'll  mt,, n  bath |lor0   |(,,|;|J   n„, following  vote win.
tub, uml rendored    iincousclotii
Ills
polled;   .1    II    llawthornthwnltc
forehead wus finzen    Mi.  Illghwnrd   dallst, 666 ; Marker, liberal,  108,   it
er enme tn (Ills dlslliet   in   I"'1'!  ll    spoiled  VotCB
Miles city, Muni... engaged In busi
ness us ii harbor, mul wns rospectod Wll.l, liKIU'll.li IIIIIDUK
by ull wbi. knew him, ■ .. „   .
'I'lie   Work's  ilepiil'tmelil   ut   Die   pi,,
KI'ltSIK EUOGIIONS vincial   govornmonl Imve opproprlftt
"    - ed $iii,iinii fm the    rebuilding of    n
I'einie,  January ir.  Sherwood Her   hrldgo across the Kootenny river  nt
chnier   was elected mnyor of Fornlo 1 Fort Steele.   Wmi. will be commenc-
yesterday. led torly In the sprini:. Page
THK   PROSPECTOR   CRANBROOK,    H.   C,   JANUARY   111,   IHOH.
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CHEMICALS
Our   Stock    is   carefully   watched,   no
t ett*i; iti ':    1 >rugs  or   Chemicals   kept.
Even   Sew   Drue oi   Chemi<       i ways stocked.
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We    ire   Qualified   Chemists    und
know    i.ui    tiusiin ss
air failed oi lapsed.
in    June     under the act on"     rase
settled       In another the report
.is nilopted .nul apparently accepted
ut*) ..i the     third case the tuoub.
tided before the board wns const! tni
1    Tin re  ware  thirteen strikes     In
us   na.nth,     .ii    which seven endetl
ho ,o i ien       i iif depal i nu in
. . .>> .ii inii.it Ion, t wo bj negu
ml ]\.ui   li>   tde tmrreudei  oi
■;   'ni ol etnployecH
M\N\   BTH1KKH
Inly under the net three hoafdi
m l'ii fi ml Itutei)      Two made unanl
Mous     repoi'ta     which seem tit have
•pti d,   iiii ile the third resull
i .    i 'I-,,, n oinent  ; illoweil bj  n
h iu  Bl i In      rile ■     iveti   ten «ti iKe-
in 0ul .   el ■ ■    '. ended
. ik Hint ."ii   r ■■■ ■
. ftve hy Ip        it* nun    , .|i
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indi i  the   , i  tin re   wn ■
■ Diuenl and one reporl    l-'.'-.-.n
.... end
ed bj   men  11 ■• ini n    work, on ■
ij   ■     :   replai eineul    i   ne   ■ -      tion
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lu   Septi n  ■■        idei ict     onlj
i    constituted    bul    the
fame to an agreement
made    There  were (our
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()ur 1 Jispensing   I >epartment is in ■
nn honor graduate of the Ontaria Collegi
1'liarm'acv.        Briny us your  Prescript!    s,
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ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE      •      CALGARY, ALTA
We have tlie finest
Cooked HAM
you ever tried.    For Lunches,
Picnics, Camping etc., it is delicious.
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with ■-■-. it unci    ■    hi  Ax*\ art ■
Ml
lu n "   ibm   ■ ■    i   iputi    were sel
were Hnve
strike* i ad    with
ent iuti
s ■■;;   r     •■'■"'*-: r   '!■'
rt uousideved thai
ei haps t      a     ■        tha
would
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thia
Id to it th e
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...     ni ithei      paiI :■    s un lei   tb >
,. ■    ■ ligation i        specl     or
■.   ■ • .:■ ..■ -    :;•■■'       be
en by the
■ appeal I      '      ■-   ■ tend-
int reai ■   thi   a lui iei   ■; dls-
Trivial matters thai     would
. •  .: seti.  . bei n-een a foreman
il ..,- -jane, at thi   noon hour    are
:   ■■ imi - refei red to the board, an 1
iimpli      ljustmeut  assumes in   the
■  thi   ma suit -de of a diplomatic
Total for .6 nios, 643,000 days lost
I Tins is more than tho total number
for 1907, verj much more than the
numbei for 1906, and almost exactly
tUreo uuu.' tho number ol lost days
durlne the year 1005, two years be
fore Ihe Indu trial ael  became law
Had the numbei ,,i strikes and the
amount ol lost time decriti ml rapid
ly .is n bad grown stnee this Ian wan
passed Mi Lemieux aud Mi Ma< ken
aie Km:' Would have tilled rolumna »l
bluel ks  with   Lhis  pn i   the el
feci fi thi n I.'*.i ilatiop li Ih ad fall
to snj thai the Lumimtx in i hu
greatly lueroasctl the labout trouble
and tho couseiiuent losa of t ime
UK\ I'lMK si'ii.i. iuvi;k\;im;
The  i'!!-.utiti'.  u ■.lliu-  f-ji'  Deeembei
■ >-'  lee   th in thai ol Deeembei
1   year, aud the total   ihortai o foi
• ■ ■■ nine months ol i he I) teal yeai   i -
ten millions and n hall    The loss   lu
revemii i     pun two mil
\"|- \ IKWKU    WITH   VI VllM
Lleerea ■*      have bei i1  fepol tod ovoi \
th   ,,i  1908, but  ii   wa ■ noi  until
■   thc election  thai   thoj  produced !
■ Hoct on the operation i    ol '
ivei nment     Kxpendil ure eoal In
ued     In full blast, for aueossarj  and
iuperduous    sn \ ices,    and    promlsea,
were nevoi   so lavish as during     Lhe
i   ■ i       fore the   olection    The
i-oati     ■    ii    iei   ol  -ill  waH the imu
sti | ibllc works,  who oflorod
expenditure to his    own
icy of St    John, and prom ;
ised  p iblti   wm ks all xx\ or tho coun
uv   whereevei      such      pledges could
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Calgary  Cattle  Co.
Fresh   unci Suited Meats,
Fish  and  Poultry in season.
LOTS     OF    FINE    YOUNG
TURKEYS  JUST  ARRIVED
< hit,is iy Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by Phone, 45.
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P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
Hnnd Office, Main Office for East Kootenay.
Calgary, Alberta Craubrook. B. C.
GEO, R. LEASK & CO,
the
Mar
tlir
Sttil
and
1904
1 1905
I'M
, 1907
Of
| the
act
i    Tli
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In l!
have
year
tlie
only
it wen shown that the numbi r
trikes and thc time lost had been
tlj n duced since the enactment
bis law some claim might have
based upon that. But what aie
facts ? The act become law < n
uh 22nd, 1907. The following is
statement oi the number of
..- in the three years before 19""
in that year:
 101
 87
 138
 149
the 149 in 1907, 127 occurred   In
nine months after tho Lemieux
boenme law,
ic number <>f employees involve!
trikes in 1907 was 34,094, whereas
DOG there was only 26,014, We
i not tbe returns for thc calendar
190"), but in the fiscal year 1905
number of such employees waa
15,842.
Stnci   the election  Mi    LHigsloy  has
beon     to     V\\   Brunstt Ick and     has
gravely told the government press
I there that the revenue is falling oft.
and consequently, a drill shed an'
! quarantine     buildings   and   a public
parade ground and various dredging
(operations     must be postponed until
more money comes in.
Mr       Pugsley    forgot    to say that
when lie promised these Works there-
j venue was falling ,-H even more rap-
I idlj ■ than it is now. so that there
! was greater reason for not promising
them than thoro is now for breaking
. the promise.
MU, GHAHAM, TOO.
In the same way Mr. Graham an-
nounces retrenchments on the Intercolonial. He is cutting, ofl trains and
reducing the fora- at Moncton. There
was     nothing  about this at election
j time, though the Intercolonial was
then, as now, run at a loss. On the
contrary, thc numbor of employees
was greatly increased at campaign
time, During the election campaign
the government policy, announced In
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and
Quebec- was the purchase of the Intercolonial branch lines and the exten
sion of tho railroad and a general increase of tho establishment. The votes were pulled and now tbe minister
is reducing the establishment, and in
place of taking over private roads is
! said to bo considering the question of
turning the whole government system
lover to private parties.
IMMIGRATION  PALLING OFF
Immigration into Canada in the
last twelve months was only a little
over half that of 1907. Tbe decrease
[down to the tlrst of December was 46
i per cent. It was more than 50 per
cent, in November.
NORTH    STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY,   B.C.
H.   W.    DKEW.   Proprietor.
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I3.VORMOUS   INCREASE] OP  LAW
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
|\ I'MOXI' 114
Tin
1907
1906,
IVilS
till!   ti.
I'.o. mix 80.
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
2 FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
1 000.
ailahl
files i
by th
ing li
six si
Mny
June
July
Augu
Sepi i'
loss of time through strikes in
was 613,980 days, whereas in
before tho act became law, tt
ess ihan 500,000 days, and in
,1 year 1905 it was only 219.-
Returns for 1906 nre not yet avis, but an examination, of the
,1 the Labor Gazette, published
. department, shows the follow-
ist time through strikes for the,
immcr months:
 130,00   days   lost.
   82,00Q days    lost.
  21,000 days lost.
it    192,000 days lost
mbcr ...       ... 180,000 days lost.
NOT READY
Parliament is called to meet in 3,
weeks and nothing is ready. The ex- j
tension to the buildings is not completed, and many of the existing,
rooms am torn to pieces. Not one
department has its estimates ready,!
and those for tiie civil service cannot [
be prepared because the reorganisa- j
tion under the Civil Service Act has I
not taken place, though the act be- j
eame la\v three months ago. Mr.
Fielding, Mr, Fisher and Sir Fred, j
Borden are on the other side of the \
Atlantic. The finance minister isi
still trying to make arrangements to)
borrow more money and cannot be ]
back for the meeting of parliament.   I
Yet it Wns decided tliree years ago
tVnt parliament should thereafter be
called In November.
Pound!
On Baker Street, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in town that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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All   kinds   of   building    material
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uiili   ii.  ihul   they  nre  the  bu.sl   flavored   antl    mosl •
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lPATMORE   BROS        j
Heating   and   Plumbing -
Engineers  . ♦
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I .< 111,1 i 11-.' -     111      « Ii I. -ll     Illi'     linilllnu Ihiii     .v.    if -tii'li',1
"Sunshine;:
Where Shaking
is Respectable
A Draft Ul* furnuc, it.tn,, with fl. of..,
<!«.,ist.ui-r. It aoiuuilrsi tu uu,rcom. th.
dull riuituiii-r In stiahinu time. Only mrplus
0usl 'isrs nf Itsrlf atiutlt Ilia fire. Srrm
tlllll 41,,-mits Intu ush-nit, una- unless legltl.
mat. outlet Is ttirrrin priiulded. dint llllll
rti-nnr ttirmwn ush-daar .HI. and Into
operator I fat.
In "Sunshine" Furnace the
legitimate dust outlet is provided. It's a great big dust-
pipe running straight from
ash-pit to damn, thence to chimney. When big pipe damper
Is opened, all dust in ash-pit ascends to dome.: then, when
direct drafts are opened, all dust passes up chimney.
Always tin: clean und qulolt
dust imili: in "Sunshine"
runnier nin grate, In pan,
in tlmt - pipe, to do me, to
chimney, to open air.
Ilur  S^  I",,,-   "I    I li'lll 111 'I   '	
Tl,,-. lll'l'I Mli'l''! '■   II' lit. l-i'lllll V
„„ iiiljiuii'i iilih'h iim- mm'-Ini' tl In
i Ilfu mil "Hi,tii Hulfi'iitiii'
tl'
ii'fiiini".
Ifiii uf l„
MXIar/s
can be obtained at Patmore Bros
I.IIMIOM
IUR0N10
MriNTREAL
I «t\Mi" (i
Write to us for
"Sunshine" testimonials
received from your own
townspeople.
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VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN, N.B.
HAMILTON
I       CAUtAKY |
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John   LEASK
The most fashionable and
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR,
Cranbrook i.
Repairing   and
Press
ng       Dyeing  and  Cleaning.
c.
FARRANT
Successor to L   Cohn
CranbrooK's
Up-to-date Toiler.
ARMSTRONG
AVE.
CRANBROOK,                       j
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Rubber  Dollar   Store
C. W. VanWOHMRU, Pkophietok
HANSON AVENUE      •     •      CHANBROOK. B.C.
We Buy Everything
HORSES, STOVES, new and second hand  KUR  I
TURK,   CROCKERY   and   WEARING    API'AI.'EI.
WE SELL what we have In stm'lt nt prlct's tlm'
will surprise ,ymi A visit to Iho Dollar store will uun
vinco yiu that wo have ihe goods, and can save you
lil'ty per ciml, (in any goods purehliSod.
Wc Buy and Sell For Cash
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THE COLD SNAP I
is  not  the  only  one  going.
We are offering some snaps in
Dinner Ware particularly a
H FfflE DffllRB SET, 92 USS
We have others ranging in prices
from $20 to $40 at reduced prices.
G. T. ROGERS
HILL & COMPANY
Cranbrook's       Greatest
Store.
The well dressed man wears 20th Century Clothing.
We are the Agents for this Celebrated Brand of Clothing.
We can supply you with a suit from $18.00 to $35.00.
We have the very latest styles in Overcoats from $18.00 to $35.00.
QJJALITY
"QJJALITY"
We are offering exceptional bargains in thc following seasonable goods.
Boys heavy underwear from 70c. per suit.
Boys Sweaters from 65 cents.
A few little Boys' Suits at prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00
GOLDEN   ITEMS
(From The Star.)
The dates tixed for the Calgary
bonspiel are from thc 21st January
to the 30th, It is expected that several rinks from Golden will he in attendance.
The dates for the 12th annual bonspiel uf the Goidon, B.C., Curling
Club have been lixed for February
4th, 5th, and (ith. and four sneew ot
ice will be in use during time rime.
A Inrge crowd of visitors will be in
town as rinks are expected from Calgary, Banff, Field nnd Revclstoke,
and probably one from Crunbrook.
At a mooting held ou Thursday the
7th inst. for the election of delegates
to the Conservative convention to he
held nt Victoria on the 21st inst.,
Captain Armstrong and Mr, J. W.
Devlin wore chosen to represent Golden. It is understood that two mote,
residents of Golden who will be at
the coast about tbat time will make
up thc full quota four, to which the
t0wn is entitled.
Columbin riding is expected to furnish its full representation uf ten delegates.
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Cranbrook Cigar Store
J.   D,   CAMERON,   PROPRIETOR.
Barber Shop,  Pool and  Billiard  Room
The place to spend your winter evening
The best Stock of Cigars, and Tobaccos,
Pipes and Smokers Sundries   in  town
LOOK FOR THE DRAWING NEXT
WEEK
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BOOM     THK    PROSPECTOR THK
1'IONKIOK   PAPER  OP   KAST
KOOTBNAY.
CRESTON.
(From The   Review.)
Write it 1909.
Join the ranks of Creston boosters I
The jingle of the sleigh hells is now
heard on our highways,
It's n pretty safe bet that that New
Year's resolution of your friend's in
about all in.
A severe cold snap this week has
put a kink in the neck ol "Old Mint"
Simpson's  banana  belt.
Lord and l*ady Sholto Douglas left
town yesterday for n six weeks' tour
They will visit the const cities but
the first, week will he spent at Spo
kane,
Friday last being New Year's day,
it wns observed as n general holiday
by Creston business men and the pub
lie generally. Kveryhndy loafed but
the printers.
There will be bags of new hats ar
found this burg in s week as a result
of broken resolves and the price of
the penalty. Already many have
gone under the table, but in this
matter wo know that Croston does
not staid significantly alone. I a
short, "tbti-ff art otters."
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PROSPECTOR.     IT IS ALWAYS UATK IN ITS JOB WORK. GIVE
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Meals   At   All   Hours,   Day   and   Night
We Serve The  Best Thje Market
Can Produce
GIVE   US   A   TRIflL
j THE   ONLY
\   WHITE   RESTAURANT
1            in   Cranbrook
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THK   fHOSeKCTOR,   CRANBROOK,   ll.   ('.,   JANUARY   10,    MOO.
Professional
IIAKVKY.    \l.CARTER,
as      MACDONALD,
liari'isliM'.s uti. 1 Sulu'lliirs.
CKANHKOOK,   H.C
w. r. (,i wi>
Hiin-islff,   Sdlieit
Do Vou Open four Month
LIU~ n young bird nnd i?u,| down what-
verfotxl  r mcdir iieni;i\ benllnvilyou.
r do vj u want im   um, -,"   tl'tfim . i th.
. mpi sitlou ami . li ir.i mm uf Uun which
yuu take int.. your stomach whether u-
loud -,c medicine i
.Most  Intelligent   ..ii,! jju^Mj),   prj.pi,.
uw-a-di ys j,,.-', ua knowingwhat they
luploy     bother   -. [    j,-   ,s meilieiue.
Ur. .'ierc- t„ li, \ . the) li ive a |«'t-'ect
ri In Tumi..!.-' ii:..iiisiu-li knowledge. So he
putilMies.^^imjjM-t an,I .mi each bottle*
■■.•miner, wli7I^"*""irtMit^Mi',-; ji-.. niaile of
■X- iii.T.'nvihi.*..' iiiii.Ji his raedlc 9
Ii.mii el."- -!*!■! . .!  linT und,'"
yM^
I ST vni.IRUI'Ui   isi»
r\. B. Grace,
l'l   IU.ISHRH    iVNtl    KlUTt'i;.
pi un' oi s,      wood  ilealers,  unl
«ii .if nuw  RettiiiR their Christ
Black Watch
Mark I'Iiiii
rheCnewing tobacco
of Quality.
*-n a a *        **
Stewart s I
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
The Leading Fruit Store X.  The   PallH  ♦
t V I X
* \inas lice X
X     DECORATIONS   \
* Xmas Stockings   ♦
hum.  |,l
For the cure ol woman'" peculiar weak-
esses, Irrer-nlaritli'S nnd derangements, Tlrirsrtn)   nus m busy da)   in Cran lattet
CKANHKllOK,   H.C     t* ll- '■"- leadnehos, back j   littl.   excitement  ovei    the it pet
*'"' '''   '-'           "           "   '":r'"- '" mn                  'j.   and thc thermom M pel
■ i  j ■                    ;■        ■   ■       .iiv.ini-
.... 'M.M                         Libii.it   ten   lej rees ei .-.'tit   nl tllc \ote \\
ti.  II.  Dl'NBAK,
Htti'istPi',  Solicitor.  I
N'olury I'-iMir.
ly two members So lli.it
i ... the vote elected ovoi
i    mi  iiu' members, und    111
111)   JllllC  I,,
tarrhatdi   n   jj   kindredsyuip- sera ,vlu   16 por cent   ol lho sonts
","•   '       '    '  •  Ur' '<'■■■■-•'- ***•■'■;- .... Th(|
m -  ■■ eut n tn, im
■   .  rim painful       l" -    -    h" "mi    it • ■   .■        when will, whon coinplelcd   shun  tin
uili  to nursin«    •  . ...mni  iinligiiuntl)  demands itriKin
i-hethi i    not possible to d
CKANHKOOK.  H.C
(,.   II.   I IIOMl'SON
Hiu'fislt'i', Solictor, antl
Nullify  Public
Ollli-i     III ill  II   Id ' _-
CRANBROOK, U.C,
M, \ III I.l". & PARKER
IM. S. & CK
CRANRROOK,  11 ('.
J.   T.   LAIDLAW,
Minine Rnsrmcer and
H.C.  Lund  Stifvi'.vof,
CKANHKOOK,  ti, ti
l'.ll    r„.N SIC, I'll'ine 2S1
44********************
Dr. E. \V. Connolly ♦
ST HI I HON        J
11, .UM. I
HOURS: 9
t m   no spin    ♦
liters ami : the sj stem ol
■ m or fur bnby's  om ts,
i     -      and cou      *'  not si      ns t,   im,,\ Ide bet ti i
1      "   *'0* •'■l'r-     ■■■'..■ im   ilntion     l„i   the chi
 j nun:
lo tb" ... nd to thi
runs  culai ....
... lorallng
.   n, Xi.,, .,,,,,, lhi   Mi ul  ..j. t.ux, Iti u I iiiiiMi
'tis pr ■■ , m     lie .   Iiv.-i.ru       a;,. „.,,,.   i,,]!,,,    ttt „|1(M.,   i,uMBriis
ns. St. \nuss dance at ■
-    ....  .   .  nervous symptoms  it       evelop    fte    quote       ..   ■   Britain
'■ mie ti -        I,:  i he   .vestern     porl ion ul   Burope
organs
JAP OR \.\ues
CALIFORNIA   NAVAL
ORANtllOS
M \LAiiA t;i;.\i'i;s
CALIFORNIA  CRAPES
OKANtKI w     U'Pl.Ks   AND
PKARS, l-'ius. DATKs,
TAULE HAISINH
STEWART'S    I'lNK
CHOCOLATES
Hugh Stewart
Fancy Boxes
:
METHODIST  CHURCH
J \M   WW   l.TIl
IMKAK.
PHONK
i
■   ■
■ hh   thfl)  call .. uii   a ■
.    ■ ■! .        nr    ■       ■ oon itiend
il thi   - (■ .                f whirl
!     ■■■■ ie tion" is i   idi   ■ 'i
-•hit "f ih-' ■• - -■ - (or '.v      it it fecial]          tl   I
it a cur . m ..  read w Uai llit-j
,    ■  r ■■■■ ,• sriuifni* a postal    n I
-,...     . »1.     '".,' .  v ■   ,    ..
•    ■ ;  v
tj                . •■•  V   ,                   . ■* to
it      .et:.. ■ -      n\'fl beet!
■now  storm   b il
y     >U'\ i lops
western
M Hi-'       Worship       .ll      11.   Sliml;
School nntl biblo clnsses ut  -i. evo
ms service .ii  (.SO.
Thc sixth und last of the series
The  Most  Up- to - date
Rigs in Cranbrook
'-■.,,   . ■
been
■ tui    ,   ■-
■
the continent
ust in   the
*   .   .   .   .
I'llVSH'IAS   AN1
Otlice!, Armsti
^ MADE
' -A        FOR
'^ SERVICE
und guaranteed
absolutely
WATERPROOF
\ftmmm\
f^l OILED SUITS. SLICKERS
'    , AND HATS
__,/ j     Ever) ii'ini-rit guaranteed
if/ Clean • Light ■ Durable
)[   **\ }t't03r6(ii OfAilff frtrnrxift
<A!ALQi Ml  '09 tJli AiAmtti
■    - ■ :■   I
■-■.'■ . ■ I -
. '.. ■ 11 :      ads in tin
'     !;       .    ■,      ■ I
stee    ; lant   in   Americ
  :;.    I '03   was i
I    -,-, ■   ■
tddressea on thc Reformation will he
given nti Sttndnj nigbt entitled :
ili'iinal Hooth, ,i Modern Apostle."
Church well warmed und centilnted.
We welcome any who go to no other
church.     Visitors      will    be  heartilj
welcomed     Bright    singing,    well G  RELANGEE, Proprietor.
j.iijjvvn     hymns.   Come     along  witli
your iiifiuls jin,I try the church hab  „	
tt; ii |uiys.   Thc work of the week Ij
met with ;i great fortitude, the
,.f life press heavily upon those   whi
respond to the bettor impulses with-   nished for every point
♦ lion   Bons   from
♦ 2ficts. to $Soo
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Edison Theatre
I'l.isn i\ Hutchison
ROM! I'ltui'Kirrous.
MOVING   PICTURES
Mllll
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Tin' best in Cranbrook
at   tlir
Little   Picture   Parlor
that runs continuouslv
HANDLEY 	
STABLES
$5.00 CASH
.\N1)
«~ Teams and drives fur- $3.00aMONTH
Willi i
I'rayer.
Tuesilny
nl in tho House     ni
e    Missionary meet-
in  the  District
Good Discount For Cash
_ STRONG
SIMPU
•   *  '   '                              Friday   Prayer service ut 8. Choir  Hay   and   OatS   for   Sale
An Ottawa despatch says that   Mr.   practice at S.4S. —o—
an It  -   no tj, tii,. senate.  Who is
Tin* tiv.MNASirji. Phone HO.   Cull us tit any lime
ili-::;_  gentleman wbu is going
iy for Mr,   Sliiiin
w but Is he going to imm '.
It will be reassuring tti many who
well in various     parts of the earth
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in-     |.   ■ I,,,.,, him ♦    ♦   m>t -i ♦   "'hic1' "re '"-'l*'''* to shocks in enrth-
'''" "' ♦    *  IjT*^! Tl nVnn U"    !  '1""k- l" u'     toW on hlg" authority
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»   f   VlttllUlV-Jft   X Ithat the terrostialunrest has reached
♦ X   • ♦; its climax.   Prol.     Belar of tho l.ni-
x    Livery    #
llll;
4  bact%  observatory, describes the   dls-
*}   tttrbances   iti   Italy  as a  catastoph
CR
. ,,r,nArtiy    n rmr e\n~7    m We nsk you in call ami try X   volume, but adds "the earth's unrest.
ANBROOK  AERIE 967   ♦ mn. ncw Jon8igml)en1 ,„■ „„w ± has    ,.,;„„„   lls ,„„„„, tl„,„,i, it
Pi   O.   Ei                    X :""'     Op-to-clate    iil's     for ? continues.   But (or this last disturb-
X White,    i.ml   Suninior.    .lust 4  mice,  l!iu<> would havo shown a (treat
■  vrltkla«finnrBFlPICC        T X  ' ,1nni>a„un   in    tlm    iinpi^t    n.iinnn I'm I     Mil h
Two ladies teams aro preparing for
ii basket ball match in the near future. A novel scheme is on foot for a
masquerade game, each player Mini;
disguised, A Gym concert will ulsu
he given soon, and an amateur play
is to be given in aid of the debt
fund in a few weeks time. ThinK"
will he lively as hOnti uk the cold
wave moderates, lhe scheme to encourage the young lads tn vise the
building, and the setting
for the ladies, lias met with good
success.
yon need a rig,
CRANBROOK. B.C.
(■>. ^. 3tomte0mt
GRADUATE   EMBALMER.  UNDERTAKER
AND      FUNERAL      DIRECTOR
IMTH    CoHlllllh      In
receive* Touplr antl   Reliable
I loi'SM    nt    jour    disposal. 2
dive   them   itt   trial »,nd in T
convinced. ^
in the unrest compared with
THE POPULAlt VOTE3.
fhe  Ottawa      Free Press has  been
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES  X
Mi.pl ,M,.n |.'rlilu\ ni H |i.ni , 9
*
CllAH. SMITH, VV. I't'uaiilL'iil    4     n r it.    Cmnlircmk,  ll.C    ♦
M. II. Ilii.i.iNi'a, Sony,   ft *  exnnilnlim  the ollieinl figures of the
\,.pli. I'IivhIc un,   '. (J. Mux SS. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ,   .   ..
viitinj; .11 tlii  retlcral general elections
 ,,n October -ii nnil Unils some remnrk-
ulilo jui iniaiics nl tlie system of ro-
^<^www/rtv<AWrttfWAWWwvAWW<w.i^-.   1 ry rreventics, At MyKisk    A1j ,i... |,,,imn3 |luvo „„i ua y,i i„.,.„
Rocky Mountain Chapter :.
With Book on Colds.
IHcinlly publibhed bin tho total poll
uljir liliiuii vote us com|>ileu iiy   the
;   Ju«t to  prove  merit—to show you how   ciork 0f the crown In   cuancory     wns
:    iiuickly Preventics can and will check cold,               ,,,,,,     ...     „„„,
S: or Um' Grippe—1 will mail you free on 5i4,Ju7, ..ml the total popular collsoi-
jj ,„. j,, ,.,,,!, I,,,.mii hi ,.|,rhi 5' request these samples and my book. Simply votive vote was 542,685, a liboral nm-
jl   oVlock.   ' !.   'vHZ:,^'^ tfewytrniles, little   >■«'**>' "' ^1,071, so that a change   ,,f
Nu.   125.   K. A. M.
Hegulai't llniw:   SmlT
ii .-il
II.  I,   1:. i-i-iin i:t.l.. '
i:,,-.  I      I'H.tXHHtini
Cold Cure tJi'il-'ts. N'o Quinine, no sixteen thousand votes Would havo al-
Sojouriiitig   * "in] Ions   art'   ::   [axative  nothing sickening whatever, teretl the vote entirely.
iriliiillv Invltctl. !:   To check early Colds or Grippe with "Pre-
;   ventics" means sure defeat for Pneumonia. Take the vote in the provinces anil
il". I''..   ::   To stop .'i cold with Preventics is surely ,,ni,|W.,. ,t j,,,,! yon will tlml sniuo rc-
2-    Bafer than to let it run ,ind be ol.burd to ,                  .         .
it-c.      j:   cure it afterward. Preventics will however murk able conttnsts.   ln  Ontario   the
4,,, „„..„„...„„,..„.,...„..„....Mf   "'"■'•*  '■'  *»«P'»   »-"•■''  »W;   "1"   '?kl'" Conservative     vote   was 236,919 nnd
, '  ' early—at the snee« stage-they break or Lhe uuoral vote 22t,821. But tho con-
head off these early ci Ids. T hat is surely '
better—tl it is why they nr, named "Pre- servatives elected 17 membors while
ventics." Promptnes, however is all-ini- ,|„, libel'iils only elected 37. Thus,
:■-'"••■ Promptness in the use of Pre- . , ,,„„,,,.,,,tiv,.s had only 51.
s ir.av save tuih vour usual slrkness.
,■-.,     night or day, with child or per cent, ol tho voto, thoy have nour
suggest!   ilie   need   of   Preventics. iv 57 |„.,  ,.,„[. ,,| the seats, while the
"""rventlcs'are sold by libornls with il per cont. of tho vote
were only nblc to win '13 per cont. ol
BEATTIE &  ATCHISON.
ANCIENT ORDER,'FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
Mr.i 'l-   1ST   asm  mi.-1,  i in itsii:
IN CURLING RINK
Visltiiiu   ' 'li'M-n   I'ordinlly   In'
sample ■
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OFl   Cl    »t    MCKINBTRY'S    LIVERY   BARN
UKANBKOoK,  li C.
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Kinliitl r,
I' Till    Him ,MmI
I  I.' ANI'.l.'tiiiK.   II I'.
Get a  copy ot
the
Cif.it   Wi-sl    I. :■    A  Si I i'i"
Company's
PAMPHLET
'...'Ti Al.  ItKHUI.Trl  TO  I'til.K'S
lI'll.llKI'.M
I'K'I'.I)   \\.   SW   \IN
lil-•llili'l'   MiKNT
i j mbri        I'.   '   .       '■       '   ill    We
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Kli-lim   Hull, r    jii.i1 I' inilii'" Work ii
irinlty.
Cosl uml Stock Kstimiik'h
Plirilislind  I'iiiiii   A]l|lli('tl
Iimii
P.O. box 834.
the seats.
in Quebec the disparity is thc other way. Tin liborals polled 158,393
votes, and the conservatives 129,36-1,
bul thc liberals w0n 5-1 scuts, while
Hu- conservntlves only captured 11.
In other words, tbo liberals took 83
pel ''.ni nt the scuts with 55 per cent
nf ib,. vote, while the conservatives,
although polling '15 por cont. of the
voto,    only   won 17 per rout, of the
In Manitoba tlte conservatives won
eight i.iii ,,i ton seats. Tho conservative voto was 31,890 mid tbat "I the
liborals 28,190, S,, that tlto conser
vatlvos while polllnu only "■;. per cont
,,l  tin, vnti. won hii per cent. ,,f   tlie
,.,'     mul tlio lib'.    although  I
Inu   I', poi  ''in   nl tbo votes,     only
iv,,n     2ft   pel "ui   "I tl"' eonstittton
Novo  Bcotln elected 12 lllioralt I
I. ., ,i, , iv. .in,.... Iiiii  Iiii   libornls poll
..I   13,331  rote i |50 pel cont,  I won
,,i, pet ci ni   ..I lho     i'Iiiii.  wlillu lliu
,,,„ ..■,. i,iiv:. pnllcd 17,015  (nearly 50
pei   cenl  i juni only got  ill  I mil
,,l the   eni
Now lliunawlck utloi'il" uiiothei cur
Ion . in nun-, i Tito liberal vote was
lu,71(1 juni tli" conservative vote .'tl,
'.115 uml the loi uu'i elected ll and lho1
OF     MONUMENTS
ANO ARTISTIC
MEMORIALS
I Uil-
ir   Niolil  I'llll.
nl Office
SILENT Q,,ia-St\m»iim.
SPEEDY
Week's Mining Record
Tho following are the oro shipments
from mines iu thc Crnnbrook district
for the past weok and year to date.
St. Kugeno  °2!)
Nortii Star      135     	
Total JM
 We Deul in Everything From
ii Nftillc to j Locomotive
GOOD  MUSIC
ALSO 8E00ND    HANI) MACHINES
POIt SALE   CHEAP AND TO
RENT.
GEO. P. POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue,
; Phono Uili. Oninbruiik. H.C
If you   wmi   music; for
your       Xmas       purty
ctinsull
F. E. CORRISON
Conductor imtl Msuio*foi'
Cninbrook   Cily
t ii'chnslru.
TKIIMS  MOI'IHUA'I'R.
Cranbrook
JOSEPH li. MEAN   Trading Co.
DEALER IN
All kinds of Second-Hand (lnixls
l''iiniitiiiv ii SPECIALTY
BUYEK  OE  1'LKS
Sage's Old  Siiiinl. Hanson Ave
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
i w. Cline
nt tin' oii! Mumtnlin Hhriier
Shop cun now ho rou ml in Um
MANITOBA HOTEL
l*il'8l  ('Ins.-  Work   in
rl,,.-    ill    llll'
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
ANNUAL
ii    EASTERN
1; CANADA
iilEXCURSION
Low Itiiuiiil Trip Rates to
o_ .   .  ""_   . | ONTARIO. QUEBEC. AND
< > Tonsorial   Art < > Y
MARITIME  PROVINCES
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I'luillf 181).
Wn are still lianilliim
LOQGINO TRUCKS
FLOUR uiul PBHD
VEHICLES, [MPU0MENT8
Agents for tlie Famous
MAYERS STOCK FOODS
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
and
WOODWORKER
Rubber Tiros Applied
To BllRRy Wheels
AGENTS   FOR   CANADIAN CYCLE
AND MOTOR GO'S  niCYCLKS
Repairing a Specialty.
Plume CO     •   >   •      p. o. Unx 218,
Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 81,
! inclusive, good to return within three
months.
WANTED.
Ticlinfs issued in connoctlon. Atlan
tic Kteailislii|i  liiisiiiess    will he     on -m.m-^*"v"aaasre-*t AtrKmav
:sale from Nov. 21, and limited from  Tj   T   .Tfj TiW SC JJN
live months Horn dale ol issue. i ****** ** * *** Villi Kt*am*A.*t
,1 VU ROOKY MOUNTAIN GOATS. 	
Finest   Qqulptnont.   Standard   First
—„— class Sloepltig innl Tourist. Curs
mi i,ll Through Trains.
Live Roclty     Mountain   (.outs ure'
.liiiti'd for **oological purposes. Por-
nits to catoli ami   export thoso mil-'
inula will Iw IsHiied by tho Provincial        T|||,: ."|-nit(iNTii lilXPRKBS"
authorities.      address;- Leaves Wlnnlpog daily at 22.1(1 male
,,     ,,,„„.   .„.,,.„,,. !    ing connect Ions at Tol-iuito fur all ;
NnturSist. """,tH ''m{' u'"' WMt tlmm'-        | Oftice& Workshop—Lewis St.
WashiUBton, U.C Apply to u«nr«it C. P. R. Agw' tor Pbone N„. 'JK.
2 THROUGH BXPHHSS TRAINS
DAILY
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS KOLK'lTlili.
HOUSES
Kni   Sjiic ur Hint. ut. RciiKonuhle
PrlccB. TllK   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBUOOK,   B.   C,   JANUARY   10,    MOO,
PllgH
it        SA^ftt^sii*44*4f*s^i9*44*4f<a*4r^*^^
Preparatory to Stocktaking.
ma nlMsm sue
FIOM SATURDAY, DEC, 26, Ti SATURDAY, JAN. 31,
We arc going tu make a supreme effort tu bent all former Sales Records. We have determined tn do sn in order in make ihis
month's sales surpass any former sales and lo reduce all lines tu the lowest possible point bv February ist, ;tt which linn- we
take stock. Dn not be alarmed about not having a.nv snow or cold weather and let lhis Grand Opportunity ol securing the
very      best     merchandise     at      Wholesale      Prices      pass       vou,       because       it      will       not       occur      again       soon.
Read     the     following     Prices     and     consider     the     great     chance     of     saving:
V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^*^*V^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^-^^^^^^-^^^-M*-^*-****-N******-^^^^*VW^^^^^^*VW
FINKS
SALE
Carss' Famous Mackinaw
Clothing
Regular $7.50 Coals tor  #6.00
, fuki     ,    4.75
.*, Mi        4,25
5.00     ,,           4 0(1
4,50 Panls   ,    3.50
8.50     ,,       ,,        2.75
Carss' Hand Made Socks
and Mitts
Larss   Hand Made $1.50 Socks at. ..$1.20
1.25     „ ... 1.00
5ttc Mitts ut ...    .40
..    Heavy   Wool      -KlcSooks at....   .80
.i'n
Blankets, Quilts, Pillows
Grey Blankets regular $3.50, for.. ..$2.80
4.HO,  ,,  .... 3.20
4.75 8.80
While      ., ..        8.50 li.HO
Hudson Hay Blankets,   7.00 0.00
11.00 H.75
Cotton ,, 2.00, ., .... 1.50
Quills.   Regular $2.00,   for  $1.50
11,50,  for      2.S0
Lim,   I'm-    11,20
Pillows, Regular $2.25, for $1.00
1.50.   ,,           1.20
1.75      1.10
Jardinieres
2 only Reg, prl
I    ..
NOW is  the  time to  consider  carefully vour  clothing   wants.      OCRS is the
kind of   clothing   that   is   guaranteed   in   every respect, good 365 days in tlir
Year,  and worth   ion   cents   nn   the   dollar,   but   tn reduce the stuck we make
the following Exceptionally Low Prices:
* <
nr
$10,011
14.00
IH.IIII
22.011
25.00
30.00
SUITS
for .
.. $ 7.5H
..    10,75
..    l:l.5n
..    111.50
.    is. 75
..    22.50
Regular
$12,011
in. 00
20.(1(1
l'l.no
28.00
suits
fill' .
.. $ (1.00
.    12.00
15.00
18.00
.    21.00
We are not overstocked in suitings, but we wish to keep our tailors going
during the quiet times, and tn assist in doing this we will allow, from our
regular prices, a Discount ol $5.00 on every order placed during this sale.
Our prices range from $33.00 to $40.00 a Suit.        We guarantee satisfaction.
All   Smoking  Jackets,   Dressing   Gowns,   Fancy
Vests, Sweaters,  Lined Gloves, and Mits
at 20 per cent. Discount.
Trunks,
Regular
Grip
$10,011
3, and Suit
TRUNKS   lot
Cases
••* 7.50
Decorated Toilet Sets
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11.on
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8.25
1  10-pleco Sot reg. price $0.5o. for
1S7.50
11.75
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1      ii.no   ,.
7.1111
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10.50
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12.25
1        ,     s 50   ,.
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0.25
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5.50
4.00
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1       „        „     ,.       ..      4.5H   ,,
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These are not old slock,   but   all
New
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14.50
23.011
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11.60
is. 40
and   Desirable Patterns,
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Our Goods are
(juaranteed
M0MEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED.
FINKS
SALE
Lumberman's Stub-proof Rubbers
Leather Tops, Reg. s;;.75 tor $ll.(in
Rubber  Tups,   ,,       I.On 3.20
SI.25       2.(10
n        .,       2.50       2.00
L'.25        I. -11
2.0II         I.:ln
Thi'co-Buokle Overshoes, .*::.75 for     $3.nn
Ont-Buftkle
One Buckle
2 nn
1 Iin
Pell Shoes, regular sl'.:'.'
Viei, Pliinni'lhiit'il. reu'. j
lur ¥1.75
'.."ni Inr        $1,011
Sii i-e 1 i.s Iii n  Moccasins, SIT.* lur   . $1.25
Moose    Mocousins,       2.50 .. 1.75
Regular     $ 1.50 bag   Inr            ..§3.00
1.75     :;,-m
5.25     I i'o
".nil      11. |n
,,                8.75    ,.      ,. •  7 01'
11.50  7.1''!'
15.1)0     12.00
,,              30.00   .,        10.00
Fur and Wool-Lined Caps
Regular $0.75 lines  fnr 5m
I.on       75
1.55       !i.i
1.50             $1 '"'
Dinner Ware
I only,   Dinner Sel   111   pieces    regular
price $10.00 fm- $2s 00
I   only.   Leinsgcs   Ho r  S.'i   '.17  pieces
regular  prien si   for $i's.0ii
I only.   Dinner Sels 07  pieces:    regular
price $12 tm On- $*- 75
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We thank our many friends and   customers   for the very liberal   patronage
they have accorded us in the past   and trust that our efforts will merit
the same hearty support in the future.
*4t*t*>a*ttt*ia*ia*+i**i***4i*^^ Pago 8,
THK   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBROOK,   B.   C
JaNOARYoIB,   inon.
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KOOTENAY
! IrlliMIl:'
[unntour loiiiu in tho
Anchor Brand
Flour
will   produce the   results  so  much  desired
—always and ait ways
city iu a Rtimo ol hookoy ti> bo play
cil ut tin* Pernio rtnh nt uny tlmo
untltifnotary tu tho toain uccoptlnRtho
•hiilii'iiHi'    i:   Tiithlll, immniror
tui'U'H ui Un' "miirln" kaiuo went tu
Crunbt'iioh I uai night, Wc under
-i mni tlmt thoy iii'initi'.i tbo Onin-
intu,u ourlom, Munri. Wplmrdt
(Irani.    -Inluwon, llrown, Hondo rami,
ii- un   ■ iid   Mi'in",
iiuiii: until II ciimu In iUhouh
Hit'
Good   Bread
Manfd. by
Leil h   Brothers Flour  Mills,
Oal Lake, M i itoba.
-'aT^****    >   I  ''
rod lii'i'i iiibjool, when ll duvolnpod
tlml iii.' iiuidostj t-i Mr Hcrchmor
ii-li u ludd ii|iun ins fcollnga un
in luttkti imu hIij lihu ii niMi' nigh toil
hoi ■<• in id in- ivuuldn'l ovon vonturo
nn fin '. io rcpi .ii bin im' too Btnto-
iiifiii
il-'rom  DlHtrlel   Lodger.)
niuencod,
order nn
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
B.H.SH0ET
a tut.!: ui >:!i' S80 86 roaonl    hunt)  nJlod n poal
When the fuel  is tuken Inl    conoid ottii     ■■    iiurtea)    The uoutlointiu Ln
Lhetii                     t'r   thi llu   pmei           od  tho  ro
three n               ..... Hoppod
\ .   . ■        will bo  "'-'ii ttml  thoj ■   .'t lioi  dnj  to mi,,nu
noi conviij  n corveci   idoc ol the *■   thai     bo   ihoughl   tbe  ImlldluR
mi e ol ' <\   bl             ■ ■■  I he   ivholi Id |               m re id)  foi   nei upan
yen      I lipae    figun             ibtal iexl            L was extiomob    uhtj
Wi .iii      .mih ate   nn oxpoi'i     I the                    n «o mod Lgnu i    i    I ■
than     tw           lUol ■       .    .   ■: m   i .ii    tnmugb
■ .-.,.. .i .-ii      tbo
I    ■     ■    ■               lOUIll ■   |)l i'l'll,u.,
iis purl   during  tho  las!   yoal Pho l   IVH   I   ok two ni  nl h - i... nml ■    bulling     the rink hn
uMaiuabh   --wm; lu the fuel   that I ill  tbal   the)       . plana    u tile from   tUuI -'-;llltl!- »UI Ukolj I
,,     .         .   , ,                                    , ,,.,,„ |Ullj   Monda)   nlghi
no .! .'.ii.iif enough!    h h  Is true that Andre has roacbod
!  ■-                            I ■• a      .,.   they    have to stand   tho north     pule ll is ouny tu explain
yea                                   iQfl        d    I iru nd In tbo cold waiting tm  trains the presenl  stoeK of  weather.
v v- ■ ■ Mr   Mutz ui tbo Pernio Port  Steele
But the rtiilwa)  arc awaj  ahead ,-l   Brewery aonl  tia a real nico calendar
"     "'       SO eaten                 dutj tho governmenl and expect tu have n  tins wook,   it [a ono ul tho nicest we
... •    • v.ini: place for the impatient  public  have seen,
194.0     I'hi i J   the  nun- ii  warm    place  is     not
Lectio)                  '■■■'  month needed  nexl   spring    I lappy   Spring,
that foi    \: ri!   -■'"'-   thi       llec \ man     named     Hammond, lately
■
*■     . *■
fell ■       $4,911  .:    The average     pei er&l .lays undergoing an examination
■:.-   v.   ■   yi i*  was $11 on a charge ol assault with intent to
' 12 •"       ■•. •     " ■    •■'■■■   ■■■■■  for .i poor commit      rape.    He     was sent before I
eni     '        leave from such a Judgf  Wilson for speedy trial on    anl
thi   Pi rate 'list i i.'t amended   charge ui   having  assaulted j
('ainplii 11.      Miilh
among ihe lunula
Tlm l!mw'M N'osl Trading i\iin
pnny's store wan bnrglnrlRml on Sat
iirdny night, bill 110 gi'l-nt bniil Wjis
inuiie, llio tblovoM being appairntly
aiiiiilenis wilh a minimum amount of
noi'VQ, as thoy failed tu got away
wiih thr imili ni tho plunder aoloctod,
inntentine Lhomaolvos With n niudesl
outfil ul WOftlihg appniel. A night
wntcbniiin bus been oimaged who \ ill
inai.e it inieroHtine for iiie nasi midnight  mainudei.
Thos Wils.ui is in the toils us tbo
roBult of Ids misguided seal In en
douvorlng to obtain monoy without
giving any adoijuato return for it.
Tuiit fatuously believed thut tbo looal
hotol men were ousy ami proceed id
forthwith t c> exchange worthless
checks for the coin of the realm, He
evidently expected to do a large
trade In this line as he bad fourteen
Worthless cheeks on bis person when
bo was gathered In. Ho was committed fur trial.
HOSMER
(Prom The Timos.l
iv .1. Bury, general malinger of tho "
U.P.U,   ai   Wlnnlpog,   together    with     The   hen   ranch at tbo big sulphur
other  C.P.It.  otliiials  passed  through   spring near camp throe is out of bus-
"'"  ""I"1"'1 l'""'1'   lln8 Fornia woatbuuml on Tliurwlny oven   |„osa temporarily.
■.viiiinst.-.sov |(|lg.s [loUvycl| 0X1)1,CSS Tho   ntnme Coll) wmther „u|j (l0.
OwltiB to tlio savors weather ol flic inomllsod the train service In the
past ivi'i'k the mlnoB at Conl Orcok valley, and all trains are running bo-
wore compelled to close down lor two I'1"'1 tim".
ilnya, Fi-eil     .Iiiinn     has returned to his
Itamo chasing trip on the head waters
of the Yalili, but we have not yet roof
..   lis t lewi     In the light     ol
r I     hul        - hi    -:      it of tt   ia
■.    : . ..imu.-    Who nays it 7
a woman, nnd luul his trial last M,,a j    Two curling rinks from here went
iluv uIiimi In- iv,. ■ii.iiaitii.il "P tn   Cranbrook uu Thursday even-,
Coal Creek  las,  Monday Uk to play    with Oranbrook,    Thoy |-?'v«<> ""V s«h»t„ntlal  evUotices
A   liro
THE
.. • producer i
:.■ tl ii that Judged
manner In w liich the gi
out ji .mall portion ol it  to the ter at  all times, realising that  the very
lituiy in,in     which it  is derived   it severe weather,  calling  Ior constant
would seem that it all came from Ot-1 boat In all kinds ,,i buildings     adds
tnwn juiil was actually in.ule     there greatly t... tho danger trom lire.    Su
by     s,,iu<-   hard working toiler in a tar tin conflagration has occurred and
modern circumlocution ofllce,     where the vigilance of tho liroiuon Is nppre-
the success ul his trip In tlie venison
Painter and
Decorator,
A I'-1 l\"^TRni\i( '      A V p    ''"'>' »'"''k dlllgcatly at not doing It.  elated.
MlUVlOl I\U1N1'      r\ V Li.     The  collections  for   inland   revenue     the unprecedented ci
urse.   Nice  destroyed n Chinese luiindry. I wel'°   *   ''   Uplrnrt, J. .1. Johnston,
hv tho tnrdv      Th,.'lire  brlirado  nro  vorv   wiieliful   ""'    "■    "      QnM*-,  Harvey »i„wn, , "■"' "' KO°11"'
, ,   ,,.,        , wntctmii ii,.,,,,,,,,,,,,    a     i   nur««ld«      The blizzard of Saturday demoral-
iniiient dolls  hero and bold thctnsolvos in read ness  '••     ''■    Houdorson,  A.  J.  liniiisido,, „...„,. , ,„ ,„,.„„,
,.,-t   Duthle nnd  Walter Campbell.  lscU  mn*-*  *" " ''otisiderable extent
l From  thc Free  Press.)
We  place our paint
on top.   WHY 7
Been use  il   Ims  Hit;   ptimsl   wliilo   lend   fur ils basu nml  when
nnxoil  win,   |„.|.|,'i.|lv gfutintl   I'oloi's  in oil   protlncos tt   |mint,
uhioli. win.n  itpplietl  li.vni'i:   r.\l\'TKIi'S wim  know  how  lo
apply  ii.  wo nro  propi-roil  lo gnnrunleo.
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ICAMPBELLl
about the minus and many frost bites
ure reported; none of a sorbins nature
however,    excepting    the freezing of
—,,— Motornuiu Brlght's hands.
There will be n Imlooii iiseensiun In      •'•   Bright,  motorman  at  the mine,
mini ir- iiijyiu-1 Bnico,a H(ll, on  gfttunjay nil,|it had three hiijicrs on his hands severe-
I Weathep haB     T1"'   Telephone   company   arc mak- '>'  ir°™  llist Tuesday  wllile nlnBinR
I i„.P   ,. ,,,i i   ....   ,,.„..  i„   a-in-u™ «.iMO his  motor.   Ur.  Woldoii  dressed      the
aro unobtainable for the whole year,  interfered     wun luiildin,. operations, i'V ' «'«   « ,    ,„,    , "'"'«'" mmtar. and the lingers will
Imi  i,,i   tho month ,,( Decembor they  and  the big   rink  is still uniinished,  and   expect to have nil   phones    in-
nmounted to 51,840.01.   I nm inform-  but  it. is hoped that It will be   ready stalled ia the ncur future,
ed by collector Keny that the collec-   by the end of tho week. i    A   hockey     team bus recently been
tion for Insl month is far bolow   thc     The nomlnntlotis of enndidutos   for formed among tho ollice stall ol the BOOM    THK   PROSPECTOR—THE
avernge, und      it.   is  a  safe  guess  to   civic offices last  Mondny  brought out   Crow's  Nest  Pass Coal  company and PIONBER  PAPER  (IF   F.AST
say  the  average  monthly  collections u  large Held     of runners,   Two law-1 they     tako   this opportunity of chni- KOOTENAY.
be saved, but Mr. Bright will be oil
duty for a week or two.
THE     QUALITY     STORE,
Staple    and    Fancy    Groceries.
I'llONK 'di
and
IH-IOXK
The place to buy your Xmas Goods, New Raisens,
Currants, and Peels. Choice Table Figs and fresh
Nuts. A swell line of Fancy Confectionery.
MANNING
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% CRANBROOK
-ft H,YrrT
5-fr
I Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection |
Neui'OKl I" I'itilroail (lepiil      Has ihtiiiihuh
il.iliuli.      ..       Him     {inlilir     i Illlllll'll    ill
Cl-alll.r.'.M,
'Hot nnd Cold Ha I lis
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HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    ft
Proprietors i
Hollow Ground
As Illustrated. .
$2.50
Double Concave for
Extra Heavy Beards
3.00 at
Set of Two in
Leather Case..
$5.5(j
Carbo Magnetic
^   Strop
1.00
Strop Aide
THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION
NO HONING-NO GRINDING
25c
NO
MORE
RAZOR
TROUBLES
36S
CLEAN  SHAVES
EVERY  YEAR
NO
NEW BLADES
NO
ANNUAL TAX
^SJK^
RAZOR
EVERLASTING
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS have revolutionized f»tor makin-f-they ate TEMPERED BV ELECTRICITY, which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the iteel used in their manufacture is of the finest English and
Swedish make. This wonderful discovery is the result of years of experiment and study, and at last there has been
produced a razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to the steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method known for
centuries) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the life of steel. All other makes of razors must be HONED AND GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING
or GRINDING during a lifetime in private uset they are all tempered alike, every part of their blades being subjected lo
thc same AMPERES OF ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are ground FIVE times by the HAMBURG
METHOD, the most expensive grinding known.
YOUR DEALER will deliver to you one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, without
obligation on your part to purchase—take advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber habit! You will save
$5(1 00 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving" -This booklet illustrates the
correct razor position lor shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LIFE) it also tells
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send you
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, Hakers,  CRANBROOK  DRUG
459-461 Broadway. N. V.
and   BOOK   STORE TI1K    I'Knsi'Ki TOR,    CKANUUOOK
11.    C
JANUARY
imi:
$iuo oan he sued for uolumbu
town ni u*
liniiiuii I
SMALL DEBT'S GO0M
Electoral District   oi Oranbtook.
NOTICE la heroby given tlmt Sit
Lings ut tliu abovo Court wilt bo hold
ut tho  Government   Building, Grun
brook, lur Lliu disposal ul CUtlOS
every Wednesday, ut two o'elouk p.
m.; ut Moylc every Saturday ut the
st I'i'ii! ami Wardner on euoh days
anil dates as maj in- appointed lu
the proceeding*.
namo hour;   and at  Marysville, Port
au dobta and demands not exceed
utg the sum ol
uad recovered in the ubove men
uuncii Court on Summons ami
Judgement, Garnishee (either beforo
or ufter Judgement) or on Instalment Order which can be onforced by
commitment it necessary.
1 UHE ,1'UCl lull:,    lot'   proceedings   ClUl \><
buuitud ui   to   the    undermentioned
Clerks of  tbe Court., viz:—
F. R. Motrin, Deputy Sheriff,  Crnn
brook.
P. 0. Houth,   Provincial   Constable,
Moyie,     or to
Joseph Walsh,  Provincial Oonstablo,
Fort  Steele.
UY ORDER
Joseph Ryan
Magistrate,
Dated 22nd day of June, 1908.
ORANBROOK  LAND  DISTRIOT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY,
Notice is hereby given that uu up-
plkt-ailnU  win  lii> illiull!  Id tiir  Li-tusiit
tive Assombly ol tho provineo oi tin**
tisli Com mum at its next session lor
uu net i" incorporate a company,
wiin power in liuiiii, construct,
Miaitii'iiu aad operate a tine ol railway "i standard guage to bo operat
od by steam, electricity or any utbor
power, lut tin' carrying ol freight,
passengers ami oxpruss; 'Gonimonuing
it a point on iiif Eastern British
Runway
CORPORATION OF   THE   CITY!
OF  CRANBROOK
Municipal  Buildings  By-law
UY-LAW NO. 54
ui' near llie
, tueuce mi a suathorn
ing   tbe east,  fork      ol
the south torn ot Mi
sutninu    bei woon    thai *
trihutary    to tbe    Math
thence in a southerly
Mini tributary to the
el Crook In the
at Creek una a
riverj
direction down
Flathead rlvor;
thenco southerly ahum said Flathead
rivet, or by tho most convenient
route, to a point ou the International boundary between tho provineo of
Uritish l olumbla nml the United
States oi America, a distance ot
lorty miles, more or less, with power
to Construct nnd operate telegraph ia the I
and telepbono lines ior the purpose ol   it
A   liy law   tn authorise   Uie sale    ol
the city's Interest In block i>, flan
hi.'.i, Granbrook, ti, G., ami the joint
Uovernmeni ami Municipal buildings
erected thereon, and to devote the
proceeds thereof for tho purposo ol
purchasing a stte for and erecting
Municipal Buildings,
whkkkas a petition has been presented tn ibe Municipal Council ot
tbe Corporation ol the Citj ol Gran
brook signed hy tho owners ol at
Least one-tenth <l lethi ol the value
oi the real property In the said city,
as shown by thi last Revised Assessment. Hull, requesting thc said Council to introduce a by luw tn sell and
muni the city's interest iu Hloek D
in the my ut Cranbroolt according to
a map or plan ol the saiil city tiled
nil Registry Office at Nelson,
numbor 669, nad in tin* Joint
By v
Irtue of a writ of Fieri Facias
issued
out •' the Supreme Court   of
British
Columbiu In un action whore
,,f thf
Crow's Nest  I'ass Goal  Com
Puny
is     plain fill and the Sullivan
Group
Mining Company is defendant,
I   have
seised ami lain a in execution
all  (In
- right, title and interest    ol
w/fc
ami for the public, with government and Municipal Buildings
power to own, use and operate water erected    thoreon    to tho province ol
powei'B convenient to the road     for uritish     Columbia   for   the price or
railway and other purposes, aud with sum of seven     thousand live hundred
such     other     powers and  privileges dollars t?7,B00.Q0); nud to use     11*111!
thr suid defendant, Sullivan Oroup
Mining Company In Timber Lleenso
Number 112,711, sltlluted near Marys
villi-. B.G,, and described as common
clay; at initial .pusi north cast corner
of A. Bunks' pre-emption; thence easi
100 elmlns; thonco south 120 chains to
the bank of St. Mary's river; thonee
west for a distnu-e ul 60 chains following the river lian.; theuce north
•in chaias; thenco wost 40 chains;
thence ninth sn ehaius iu thr place oi
beginning.
Also all Ibe right, title ami. interest
of tho Sullivan Group Mining Cum.
pany in Timher l-letnao 311,801, des
criheil as follows; initial pusi north
enst corner of Albert Banks pre-emp
tion, being lot u:i77; thenco west on:'
hull milo; thence north one milo ;
thenee ensl une half mile; thence
soulh one mile.
And 1 slmll sell the suid Timber
Licenses at public auction ut the
court house in tho city of Cranhrook,
R.
TAKE NOTICE that Ervin
Streeter ot Elkmouth, British Ccl
umbm, occupation Rancher, intends
to apply for permission to purchuse
the lollowing described lumls;
Cominenelng ut a post planted at
the northerly end ol an island in the
Kootenay River opposite l'l. R.
Streeter'a land, thence down stream VELLow
along the easterly side oi said island
about twenty-tive chains to the southerly end thereof, thence up stream
along the westerly side of said island
tu place of beginning, being the whole
of said island and containing 20
acres more or less.
ERVIN R.  STREETER.
Duted Oct. Uth, 1908.
which    ui
Companies
Dated   at  Cranhrook
1908.
HARVEY,
Aid),
cunts,
usually given to Railway
November 7tn,
McGARTER &   MAODON-
Sollcitors    for the Applt-
HBAD    I'ASS
OOMPANY,   Ltd.
GRANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District of Kast Kootenay.
TAKK NOTICK that I, Clement H.
Pollen of Oranbrook, occupation
agent, intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase the following des
cribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tbe S. W. corner ,1. Means
Pre-emption, east 30 chains to thc
boundary of lot 6083, thence 30
chuins south to thc houndury of lot
2048, thence 30 chaias west, tlience 30
chains north to thc point of
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less,
The Shareholders uf the Yellow
Head Pass Lumber Company, Limited, are hereby notified that they arc
requested to attend a Special meet-
44 inn of their body to he held at the
hour of eleven o'clock in the fore-
. noon of the 28th day of December,
J'.uih, at the otttce of the Company,
Hanson Avenue, in the City of crnn-
brooki.
Joseph   Ryan'
Secretary.
Dated, 22nd day of December, 190H.
devote the proceeds thereof for the
purposes of purchasing a site for uad
erecting: fl-nd equipping Municipal
Buildings ior the city of Cranhrook.
AND WHKKKAS in the opinion of
the Council separate premises are requisite, belonging to and under the
control of the city, and that therefore the city's interest in said Block
D nnd said joint Government and
Municipal Buildings is not required
for corporate purposes,
AND WHEREAS for such purpose.-;
it is necessary to amend by-law No,
21 of the corporation of the city of
Cranbrook being the "City of Cranbrook Debenture Loan By-Law No,
1."
AND WHKKKAS the consent of tho
Lieutenant. Governor in Council has
been obtained tor such amendment ot
By-lu-w No. 21 to be made, as appears hy ti report of a committee 01
the Honorable the Executive Council,
approved by bis Honor the Lieutenant Governor on the 24th day of November, A. I)., 1908.
AND WHKKKAS tlie approval     of,
the Lieutenant    Governor ia Council \
for the sale and disposal of the city's
interest in said  Block  D in the City
B. 0,, on Tuesday,
December, 1908, at
o'clock in the fore
sule; Cash.
Dated af Nelsmi,
December,  1908.
tlio 29th day
ihe hour of eh
loon,      Terms
B. ('., Mth dav 0f
Sheriff of S.
. p, TUCK,
jiitli Kuutenay
The above sale is postponed until
nesday, the 12th of January, 1909,
t   the same place and time.
S.   I'.  TUCK,
Sheriff of Suuth Kuutenay.
CORPORATION  OF THE  CITl
OF GRANBROOK
I'ublic notice is hereby given to the
electors of tne Municipality 01 the
City of Cranbrook, that 1 require tne
presence of the said electors at ttie
Council Chambers, Baker street,
Cranbrook, HA'., on the llth day ol
January, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon
(1 o'clock local timet for the purpose
oi electing persons to represent them
in the Municipal Council     as' Mayor
nd Aldermen and lor the purpose 01
looting persons to represent, them on
the Board of   Trustees for th& Iran-
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plan tiled In the Land Registry Office | ^ok Olty^ S^chool^Distriot.
NOTIOB.
'i'uke notiee
Grace,     ol
.liiiiniiilist,
Chief    Commissioner
it Nelson. B. ('.
joint    Govornmont
Buildings erected thereon, bus     been
had and obtained, as appoars by the
suid Report,
AND WHEREAS    for tho purpuscs
B. aforesaid, it will be necessary tu de-
Cranbrook,   occupation vote the suid sum of Seven thousand
intend   to apply to the five hundred dollurs ($7,500.00.)
of Lands a,nd     Nnyy THEREFORE    the Munloipa
\ t  ff'l und  the I    1'le m°de of   nomination of enndi
' nd    Municipal |d*)f„ ^Ji.JM8 Ltf!?,wE
tbat 1,  Andrew
CLEMENT H. POLLEN   Works for permission to purchase the Council    of    the Corporation ol the
Dated, October 30th, 1908.
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRIOT
District of Kast Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICK that I, Francis H.
Pollen of London, Eng,, occupation a
free miner, intend to apply for permission to purchaso the following described lands: ('ommeneing at a post
planted at the N. K. corner post of
lot 342, 40 chains north following the
boundary of lot llti and 338, theuce
40 chains west, thence 40 chains
•outh, thence 40 chnins en,at, to the
point of commi neement, containing
100 acres more or less.
CLEMENT 11. POLLEN, Agent.
Dated, October 30th, 1908. 45
lollowing described lands iu Kast
Kootenay: Oommencing at a post
planted at the south east corner of
block 42fi, tbenee west 80 ehains,
thence south su chains,  thence,   east
City of Cranbrook in Council assembled, enacts as follows;
I. It shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor of thc Corporation of the
City ol Cranbrook to sell, grant ami
80 chains, thence north 80 chains ^to absolutely" dispose of the city's inter-
place  of  beginning,   containing     640
acres more or less.
ANDREW B. GRACE.
Dated Oct. 20, L9U8.
The time for the commencement of
he publication in the li. C. Gazette
of the above notice lias beeu extended
to tlie 4th day of December, 1908.
F. ARMSTRONG,
est in Bi0ck l) in the City of C
brook according to a map or plan ol
the said city tiled in tho Laud Registry uttlco at    Nelson,    B. C, as .**o.
ihe candidates shall be nominated
in writing; the writing shall he subscribed by two voters of ttie Muuici*
ality as proposer and seconder, and
hall he delivered   to tbe   Returning
Olticer at any time between the dace
of the notice and 2     p.m. (A p.m. lo-
al timej of th« day oi    nomination,
and in the event    ol a poll being ne
cessary,   such   poll will he opined on
the Hth   day ot January,     l»0'J, be
ween tlie hours of     :i o'clock in the
orenoon (10   o'clock local time) and
< o'clock in tbe afternoon (.« o'clock
■ ocal time) at the Council Chambers,
I   aker   Street,   Crnnbrcoki     B.C., o.
vhich every person is hereby required
, o take   notice aud   govern     himseli
| ccordingly.
The qualifications by    law required
1)
BOOM     THE    PROSPECTOR    THK
PIONEER  PAPER  OF   KAST
KOOTENAY.
NOTICE.
Take notiee that I, Li/./.U' Cl 1*11,00 ol
Cranhrook, occupntlon married wo
man, intend lo apply to the Chiel
Commissioner oi Lands and Wor.ti
for permission to purchase the follow
ing described binds in Kast Kooten
ay: Commencing at a pnst 1 > 1
at th*i south east eoraer of A,
Grace;; purchase, thenci1 west 81
ehuins to the C.P.R. right of way
thence following said right of wny 11
an easterly direction to tho soutl
boundary of lot 425, thenco north -H
chains more or less to the place ,1
beginning, containing inu acres mon
or less.
LIZZIE CRACK,
A. H. Grace, Agent
Dated Oct. 20th,  1908.
The time for the commencement o
the publication in the B. C,  Guaetti
of the above notice has been extcndei
to tho 4th day of December, 1908.
.1. F, ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner   of    Lan I
and Works.
Stock  Quotations
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As Furnished
by
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86.00
106.00
inn. S'ortll West oil
.35
.17
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A new Game
06:i,    to   His   Majesty King; Edward to -,e possessed by the candidate fo
VII in the right
British     Columbia
the province     of
and In the joint
the office of Mayor are
lhe persons qualified
-Hows.;
be nomi
Government and Municipal Buildings nnttl(l for and elected as Mayor snai
Assistant
nd Works.
ni	
Commissioner   of Lands
erected thereon for the price or sum
of seven thousand live hundred dollars (f/,500.00); and for such purposes to Sign, seal, execute and deliver
all deeds and other instruments necessary and requisite iu the premises.
2. The proceeds of the said sale
sho-ll be devoted to the purchasing of
a site for and the erection of Munlcl- ij* "**|aJf*
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Jos. Ryan
of Cranbrook, occupation journalist,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands. Commencing at a post
Planted at the S. \V. corner of lot
AD.H, soutb 30 chains to lot m.l',1,
thence east 30 ehains, thence nortli
-u chains, theuce west 30 chains,
lo Lhe point of commencement, con-
m.ng  iim acres more or less.
■ -.EME'iT H. POLLBN, Agent.
Uated, October 30th, 1U08. 45
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of  East Kootenay.
TAKE NOTICE that Thomus J.
Agar, of Simeoe, Ontario, occupation
solicitor, intends to apply tor permission to purchase tne following
laud, .being lour Islands iu the Koot
enay river lying opposite lot 110,
group 1, described as follows: Oommencing at a post planted on tike
west side of tlie northerly Island in
tbe group and on the south line of
lot .i.th, group 1, Kootenay district ;
thence down stream following the
westerly side of the island to the
southerly end thereof; thence up
stream on thc easterly side ol the
island to the south line of lot   '.l-.x ;
  thence   wost   to   plaee of beginning ;
Take notice that Hugh Stewart   ol  also the three smaller islands    south
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
District of East Kootenay.
Cranbrook, occupation merchant,
tends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds :
CouiHii ncing at n post planted on
the Kootenay river approximately on
he south boundary of lot 110, 20
-.bu ns west to the boundary of lot
M'i, thence 40 chains south following
the east boundary of lot 342 to thc
Kootenay River, thence 40 chains following the Kootenay river to the
point of commencement, containing
,"i0 acres more or less.
CLEMENT H. POLLEN, Agent
Dated, October 30th, 1908. 45
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
I, John Thomas Scanlon of Cranbrook, occupation rancher, intend to
apply to the chief commissioner of
lands and works for permission t.i >
purchase the following described land
in East Kooteuay district: 	
Commencing    at   a   post    planted  „t  port Steele.
ab0ut   2    chains south of the south     My    p,,.s|.   u|ijn.    address   is  Port
weBt cornor of lot 721H on the nortli   Steele, li. 0,
boundary lot 2312, thence north 25.31     The names nntl addresses    of   the
chains, thence west 23 chnins,   tbenee owners of the  premises  pn.posed  to
■outh 25.31 chains, thence east along -,-> licenced n-re "Mis Hanson, Wasa,
of the above     island, all containing
about sn acres.
THOMAS j.  AGAR.
Duted October 30th, 1908.
The delay lor commonelng the pub
lication ol the a hove notice is extended to thei 13th day of November,
ltfUH.
J.  F.  ARMSTRONG,
Asst. Connn'r.
NOTICE.
[, Den W. Werden, of Fort Steele,
British Columbia, Hotel Keeper, here
by npply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of
my licence to sell intoxicating liquors
under tho provisions of the Statutes
in that behalf, in llie promises Known
uml  described as llu-  fmporlal  Hotel
pal Buildings for tlie City of Crnn
broota.
3, By-law No. 21 of the City of
('ranbrook wheresoever it is inconsistent with the provisions of this
by-law, is herehy repealed.
4. This by-law may be cited for all
purposes as the "Municipal Buildings
By-law."
Read the lirst, second and third
time on the second day of December,
1908.
Received the assent of the electors
on the Hth day of .January, W09
Itcconsld'
adopted on the 	
TAKK NOTICE that the above isa
true copy of the proposed By-law upon which the vote of the Municipality
will he taken at the Municipal Build-,
Ings, Baker St., in the City of Cran-
rook, IJ. C, on Thursday, January
14th, 1909. between the hours of nine
o'clock (ton o'clock local time) in the
morning     and     seven o'clock  (eight
'clock, local time) in the evening.
THOS, M. ROBERTS
Clerk to the Mdnicipal Council.
ADMINISTRATOR'S  NOTICE
be such persons as are male British
subjects of the mil age ol twenty
one years, and are not disijiiuiineu
under any law, and have been for tin
six months preceding the nomination
tlie registered owner in the Land Reg
istry office, of land or real uropertj
in the City of the assessed value, on
Municipal   assessment roll
of one thousand dollars or more,
over and above any registered judg
ment or charge, and wbo are other
wise duly qualified as municipal
voters." 1906, O, 32. S. 14.
The qualifications by law to be possessed by the candidates for the office
of Aldermen are as follows:
"The persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Aldermen of
the City shall be such persons as are
male British subjects of the full age
of twenty-one years and are not dis
11 nuy oi .iiiniiuiy, i»».. „„ d'   „   '        , , t    ,
ered und hnully Bussed und ^ f(i|. ^ ^ j^^ m°t p»e.
ceding the day of nomination the
registered owner in the Land Regis
try office, of land or real property in
the City of the assessed value, on
the last Municipal assessment roll,
of live hundred dollars or more, over
and above any registered judgment
or charge and who are otherwise
qualified as Municipal voters." 1906,
O, 32, S. 14.
The qualification by law required
to be possessed by the candidates for
the office of School Trustees are as
follows:
"In every Municipal School District, any person heing a householder
In tho School District, Hnd being a
j British subject of tbe full age ()l
[twenty one years, nnd otherwise
qualified by this Act to vote at an
election of School Trustees in the
School District of the City of Omn
brook, shall lur eligible to be elected
or to serve as a school Trustee In
such Municipal District," 1905,0, 14,
|S. 32, 1906, 0, 39, S.25.
Given under my hnnd at Cranbrook
1909.
ADMINISTRATOR'S   NOTICE.
Notice Is'heroby glvon thnt on llu
8th day of January, 1909, it wai
ordered hy P, E. Wilson, Esq.,
Judge of the County Court of Eas.
Kootenay, that J ami's Ferguson
Armstrong, Official Administrate
for |hat portion of tho County ..
Kootenay Included in tho Eicctoia
Districts of Cranbrook nml Kernie
he Administrator of all and s luuiu
Lhe estate of Frederick Douglas An
derson, deceased  intestate.
Every person indebted to the salt
deceased is required to make pay
ment forthwith   to the undersigned.
Every person having in possession
effects belonging to the deceased is
required forthwith to notify the un
derslgned,
Every creditor oi' other pcrsor
having any claim upon or interest
in thc distribution of the estate o
tbe said deceased is required to send
before tho 17th day of February
next, by registered mail addressed ti
tho undersigned, his name and ad
dress and the full particulars of hh
claim or interest, and a stntenitn
of iiis account and the nature of thi
security  (if any) held by him.
After the said last mentioned dati
the Administrator will proceed with
the distribute n of tho estate having regard to those claims only ol
which  he  shall   have bad  notice.
Dated ut Cranbrook this Sth da:
of January, 1909.
J,  F,  Armstrong.
2 Official  Administrator
the
.mils of
An article
•he press ahi
cropped up.
Publisher."
1 sheet    nl
old it. nicely, enclose a bank note
lufficiently largo enough to pay all
irrears and one year in advance, and
jivo it to the editor, keep an eye
him and
.be trick
time to
'Flinch"
s going
■ut. a new game that has
It is called 'Tickle tbc
md is as follows; Take
irdinary    writing  paper,
if a smile adorns bis face
works fine. Now is the
play     the juke,     it   beats
und "Pit" all hollow.
Nutiee is hereby glvon that on tho
[12th day of December, 1908, it was
ordered by T. E, Wilson, Esq., Judge
of the County Court ol Kast Kootm
liy, that James Ferguson Armstrong,
Official Administrator lor that pur
tion of tbe County of Kootenay in-
nduded in the ulectoral districts ol
Cranbrook and Fernie, be Ail minis
tra,tor of all ami singular the estate
of William Stanley McEwun deceased |fe.o*,thls"ftrBt day"of"January
intestate
Every person indebted to tho   said
deceased is required to make payment I
forthwith to tho undersigned.
Every person having effects belong
ing to tbe deceased is required forth
with to notify the undoi'signet
Thos.  M.   Roberts,
Returning Offic
nl' lh.
Every credit
Ing any claim
distrlbut
deceased is reqi
the 21st didy of I
liy registered mu
undersigned,    his
I   ud
ther person hav
il' interest in the
!tat0 nl the said
1 to send before
nher, 1909, next,
Iresscd to ti"'
ue and address
the northerly  boundary of  Lot 2:112 ■-, ■;,/' an-j
to the place of beginning, contnining |.'0rt Steele,
58 acres more or less. Dated   this
JOHN THOMAS SCANLON, mnn.
Bat** December 2nd! 1908. 4K
Robert. I,. T. Galbraith,
clay of November,
HEN  W. WERDEN
11
26th
THE PROSPECTOR IS ALL RIGHT THE PROSPECTOR IS ALL RIGHT
-ADVISE YOUR FRIENDS AND -ADVISE YOUR FRIENDS AND
LET THEM PARTICIPATE. LET THEM PARTICIPATE.
and the lull particulars nl his claim
or interest., and 11 statement of bis
account, and the nature of the sccurl
ty (if anv 1 held hv liim.
After the said last mentioned date
>t.he Administrator will proceed with
the distribution of tho .state having
regard to thoBo claim ly of which
he shull huve had notice,
Dated al Cranbrook this 16th dny
at December,  IDOti.
j    F. ARMSTRONG,
51 Official Adm ini strata)'.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that all up
plication will lie made In the pallia
ment .it Canada, at its next session,
liy the Kootenny Central Railway
Company, for an act, to amend its
act. of incorporation, being 1 Edward
Vll, Chap. 71, us amended liy 3 Kdward VII, Chap. 1-12 and I Kdward
91, by extending tho 1 Imu
011 ol said railway as
said act of iucoi'porut |,,n
lents,   and   Tor   other   put
Vll,  Chap.
f0r completi
limited  by
und  nmendii
poses.
Dated Deceti
llurvey,
50
her 6th,  1008.
McCarter & Maedonald,
Solicitors for Appllcnnlt
CRANRROOK  LAND DISTRICT
Distric of Koolenny
TAKE NOTICK that I, Edward
Watts of Wattsburg, occupation Lum
lerman, intend to apply to th- Chie
lommlssioner of Lands and Work)
or permission to   purchase    the foi
iwlng described lands in East Koote
nuy District. Commencing at ;
lost planted at tho North west, cor
ier of Lot 5459, South SO chains
hence West 20 chains, thence Nartr
<0 chains, tbence Kast 20 chains ti
point of commoncomonl, containini
Itii) neres more or If^s.
KDWARD
Dated December, IHth
WATTS
1908.
IRANBROOK   LAND  DISTRIOT
Districl of Kootonay.
TAKK  NOTICK  that sixty days al-
er dale I, George Lloyd, civil tngin-
cr, Cranhrook, Intend making application to the Honorable the Chief
Uommlsslonar     of  Lands and  Worka
or permission to     pun base the fol-
owing desenhed lands
1 ommenclng     at a post  placid at
.he N. W. corner of lot l.'i'.H on the
iiust bunk of the Kootenay Hiver,
thence cast 13 chains, more ur U^n,
following the Noriheiu boundary of
lot 15 to a coiner post ol lot 8103 ,
thence North 2u cha n . m ire ur hss,
(ollowing the west ouundary ul lot
il03 to hank of Kootenay River;
chence following Kootenay River in a
'■outh Westerly direction to place ol
beginning,     containing 2u acres more
ir less.
GEORGE LLOYD.
luted  November 9th,  1908.
ADMINISTRATOR'S   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on tha
tb day nf January. 1909, it Was
■rdertd by P, ti, Wilson, Esq.,
fudge ol the County 1 ourt ol Bast
tout, nay, that James Fergusi a
Armstrong, Official Administrator
01 Hi ii portl0n ol the County ol
Cootmay in dialed in the Electoral
llstrlcts hi Cranbrook and Fernie,
ie AdmlnlBtratoi of all and singular
'he estate ol Hugh Campbell,
leceascd Intestate.
Ever] person Indebted t.. the said
leceascd 1^ required to make pay
aent  forthwith   to tlu- undersigned
RJvery person having tn possession
•fleets belonging    t«, the deceased    is
I, NHh Hanson, 1
Columbia, hereby ap
Intention! ol Provlnc
transfer from myselt
den of my retail Renting  liquors,  und
Ua
.Itimli
■ Super
,1 I'olu-e for
to Ilea U Vl
>'c to sell nd"
the  pro vl Rlo
I'HK PROSPECTOR IS ALL RIGHT
ADVISE  YOUR  FRIENDS  ANU
LET THEM PARTICIPATE.
ol   tht
premi-.i
Imperii
Tin
illst   il;
The
OWIUMT
he   lire
C.,'
Statutes in that  hchnlf,
h known
tl   Hotel  1
■ibed
11 the
the
m	
Fort   Steel
Dated this
1908.
48
,t lh.
'ed   a
and '
and de:
Fori  Hte
10   is   valid
1hor, 1908
il     addles
remises   pi
Nils   Hanson,  Wasn
terl L  T  Galbraith
I   tin
•d  t.
NILS  HANSON
Hi   t.
■enulrcd forth
derslgned
Every   creditor
having any     clntn
ta ihe thsti (button
the   un
nd deceased
the   17th
rcglste
ui   111
Hi.
before
next. Ir
th" und
dl-OHB a
claim o
of his I
-entity
After   thO   B|
tho AdmlnlsU
1 pi
if
all parti
•st, and
ami  thr   11.
■1 hold by
1 lust mot
lo,      Will     ,,
notify _^^^^
11 othci porBi n
ipon or Interosl
,l the estate ol
required to send
ilay   ol February
tall   addle: I   to
; name and     ad
st
or bis
ttcmenl
of thc
bint
tbe   distribution of
lug rogard   to   tin
winch   he   Bholl   hav,
Hated  at     ( rnnbf,   ^______________
of January, 1909.
.!. F   Armstrong,
2 Offlelal  Administrator
loncd   date
•coed   with
the  estate   Imv
claims only of
had   notice
ik     this  Hth  day Page -
TUB   PROSPECTOH    CRANHROOK,   B   0.,   JANUARY,   1(1,   ICIOfl,
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Mens Working* Shirts
and   Caps
TImmv ;* nt'iMius ul comforl in ■vourinjj om'
Shirts iln'ii ihi'i'i' i- satisfaction ill ovory oni-
ni iln'iii Rvory purl nl' um- shirls i- Huisliril
T ll       S T A X n        II A I! H      \\ ft. \ i;
Mi n -    i ;:■■>   FlnntiH    11    ■     ■
Mel  -    Ulni     rttrlpc.i   Klunnel
Shirts 1  ill
Mci        Blui        Juill     b'lannel
Shirts :
Men's    Grej      Meli ,n   i*lunn< I
sImm- 2
IEAM3   DOUBLE  ST'
MENS   WINTER   CAPS.
^4**tKmi.jm-r m*m
and  sei
■
II .01       ! 1.2;
-; fj  and  <J -
Burns   Bros.
Keid Hloek,Cranhrook.
i hnice Pears -il   Stewart's.
Mr  and llis   11.-,,. II   I.,.,-.!, return
Ml Thursday from .i visil  tn Snukuu
Ropenl   it   "Shiloh's run' will   nl
vttxsjs   cure   my   coughs  and   colds."
Mi   j,ml    Mrs G   llhrylc nl Hniml
ton  were Crunbrook  ,'isitnrs Friday
It   X.erhel  nl    1-liitnbiril,   WIj...   was
in Him city  Tin uln)
|    I;   K.  Knighl  nl  Van   itivei   wn i mI      .    ,, ,
thi   C'nsimipolltnn  K<.■■...■. '    M'" ''i   n  Perni,' liiniliii-nmn,
wni   li mi l"rida)
•■    W,   .1    MontRoinerj   ,,l      llarvs,
j. ,     j, n Satllrdav l'    Mortlnrei   ,.i Otlnwn   was in the
i'lt)   Pl'ldn)
I'clel   \\,...ii i.i  i    i ■   .   j   ■
t Bll   | Indian     Vgonl   11    I.   'I'   llalhrnlth
iiu!      \    li   Penwick "i   P.mi   Sltcelc
P.nil   11. i y nt Mar)        i    i ■""'   In  ' ■ ■■' "   I' i   d "
lh.' ni ,   l hul il.n
Durlni   iIm- im,- ,ni  luiil -.lull, extra
'■ . ure     MimiiIiI     in-     i.ii.i'ii  Im  • I
Di ,j ,   . ■   Ht  j,,    ,i.i .in-, nl  lire
I l,|   Ml        V.   U'iti'll  lell  nil IM l'l"-   Mji-in    , nld     ll H'   I     Ir I'm" libit'
M   It)   M,  |      ,.;     , ,|    ,    .     ,,|     I t , . -,tl     llll
-
VI' ... ii wn
thc city I M'    '-Mi i ...ii li i. I"'ii iiij.jiiM'il   In
rhnlr   nl   the llal'tisl
'nrrei . i,
la)
p   H    liMiiiii  nnd I    ll    I'm nn  ,,l
i'<  ,      I'rnnbrnnk  visitors
\!    lldlO
Plllljl)
1   Str
,,
J
M
Ml
H   S   llniiihle, !•'   m   Knium unil IV
i   im mm,ui'       Mo) '   woro ui    town
!■'■!.'.
:   II      Sliilnlis i'im'  will   nl
jj .,     cure   mv   coughs   nnd   colds."
', ,     ' j llri.
building  byla))   was do-
j ,\   b)  ,i vote nl "I
1117    n  ..Mm  ol it.
j'.. ,
.1   .1   p. .mj, i  and Mi   nml Mrs. .1.
,,;   Portlund,   mu' ,   wero  Crnn
rtonda)
Mi     i:   Strceter, ,,l Shop-
■   crnnbrook   visitors Wod-
. '"' «'«)
I    S'ewlmr)   aad  II    11    Welch     ol
m)ei   were .it tho Crnnbrook nn
ffednesda)
Jnmcs Pinlay who 1ms been nt
Pincher Creek during thc past week
returned to Crnnbrook Friday.
A       Bi' mi ,. .... , „.
Lncal curling competitions „ra ll0
,'j    jiinl  ;i  nuuibor  ol   rinks nro     in
...    ,i,i!.i' competition for locnl prizes.
li: •■'    ' ■'    : '.   Tho Mrs, session of the new Domln-
........ . , ...   j,,,,  pnilinmenl      will  open Thursdny
eni  ert,    , m'^' ■
,;   vv   Bi : '■'   II   Bryan of     "  la s"il1 lh-"  l°c"' Scols will eel-
,   ■   wn Wednesdn) cbrate  the  birthday  ..f  Robert Burns
K    I     'layton of  Marysville wns in ■ 	
.     .   ■ ,      . i   c.   c.     Snowden, 1). it. Onoil, B.
  Davidson nnd ll. s. Reynolds of Cnl-
J.  Joyce of Mjiy,,,,.   was trnnsncl    gnry were nl  tho Cranbrook Friday.
iiil'  business at  Cranbrook  Friday. • ,
While down town today, come     in | .	
Ilepe.it  it   "Shiloh's Cure will   al    nnd eel n cup of Cold Standard Tea.
ways   cure   my   coughs   nnd   colds."   Campbell  &   Manning.
W    McKinley  nnd   I-:.   Morigeau   of     Born   At   Crnnbrook,   Sdndny, Jan-  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦»♦♦♦♦
Athalmer     came     in on Thursday's  nary  10th,  to Mr. nnd Mrs. (I.  Pat-   •
mjiim- more, n girl. T     ^"^^~^^^"^^^■
Mj,-J
r
R,      ■    ■      Sl will   a
,..,. em)
Pay Up
I',   illi'   lll'lll.lllll   I   ROW   lllilke   ll|lli|l
mv delinquent customers wlio nre
indebted to inr. Mv nccounts
witli wholesale linns nre cominc
din' .nul the) ninsl Iir provided
Imi. li is therefore necessary that
those wim nn' money
MUST Settle At Once
so that I can meet my liabilities.
When 1 use the expression
"Must" I mean just what 1 say.
It is my intention to collect outstanding* accounts.
Call and let me know what you
intend to do about YOUR account
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook,  B.  C.
HARDWARE
.1    i;   McCallum,   who hns been nl I    Born,  nl   Crnnbrook, Mnndny. .lan-
♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦:""' '"-'-'  ""     business for tho pnst|„nry llth, lo Mr. nnd Mrs. p. Dallas
TAKE   NOTICE
WE   MAKE A   SPECIALTY  IN  WATCH   REPAIRING.
NO CURE  NO  PAY   lim „,■ ur i-
l.iii   nl 11,,'lliill'j  Ilir lllllSl  IrillllllfMIIKHll   WlllltllC-S
i mil liii 1'1,','ily—Tn ii-, wm niv I kail
t ,   witli »iiali i xpi'riew'i! a-:
ARCH RAWORTH I-l .vi'iira ixi'liislvuly
ni ih,- inula, having huld Hn' position ni
1st   Bench   nl    Loot's,   London,   and   handling
work  for  lln.vall.v und  Ihu  Nobility.
ARNOLD  RAWORTH    in   vmju-    m-
1„ ti, t    in   Oxford, ( England, ) Slierbrook and
Cookshirc,  I Quebec. )
GRADUATE   OPTICIANS.
RAWORTH    BROS.
C.P.R. Watch Inspectors, Cranbrook, B.C.
expected home m
n girl.
Fresh  Lettuce,   Radishes und fruits     Repent it   "Shiloh's Cure will   al- X
nf  iill  kinds    to-da)   jit   Campbell & ways   cur v   coughs   and   cnlds." 4
Manning's.  ., , ♦
  j   it. 0. stoililiirt ol Vancouver,     J. ft
Few people In Cranbroolt nro chuck- Parker of Virdcn, nnd  .1. Wilson   of ft
line ovei  llie cnld wenthor except tile   Spokano,     were quests at the Crnn-
plumber nud eonl man.                      ' brook Tuesdny.
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Why is true love like
STRANSKY
Steel Ware?
K y Sinning
PHOTOGRAPHER   AND
PICTURE - FRAMER
STAl RS NEXT TO ARNOLD & ROBERTS
**********************  **********
lliere Is Only One Bovril
One preparation which contains all the nutritive
stimulating and flavoring qualities of prime beef.
Do not be induced to accept something' else in place
of LOVRIL.
That name is a guarantee that the article you buy
really does contain these valuable qualities.
BOVRIL is exactly what you need to  increase
the flavor and "feeding" qualities of any dish.
YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN QET IT FOR VOU.
; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
i! lust     for _:
['■■,:.".;-.--.-!-*•■! ihu ware, n tihclovci. !'• .' all I-nported
-.,.,..- tan'1 Strunaky, When enameled ware la offered aa
"Imported" Link :.t th-: ... cl '*■ il reada; - la.^ortt-.l
Quadruple Coated *::ra .,-• Btcel W.,rr-," y,n have "The
Ware thoi Wf arn " V/ ■ have the genuine, nnd here ihe priced
nre ni;li', ol com ic.
J. D. McBRIDE
"Buster" Tom
Mark's Mascott
AT   THE   AUDITORIUM   ON
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Thursday of next week
Complete  change of Programme  each  night.
Moving Pictures and Vaudeville between the acts.
Come and enjoy yourselves. Popular Prices.1
THE   CELEBRATED
BELL PIANOS
are sold only by
The Montelius Piano House
Limited
439 - 441 Hastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
WRITE   I'OII   DESCRIPTIVE  CATALOGUE.
Unwell Store   413 Josephine Street, Nelson, B.C.
Ceorgi'   Welcll,   Selling;   Agent, Crnnbrook, B.C.
H.   H.   STANTON,
Manager   for   all    Eastern    B.C.   Business.
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