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CH.ANBKOOK, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVBMBBR 11, l.S*U5.
No. 4(J.
PARADE IN HONOK
OF LORD MAYOR
His i''or:i al Introduotion It to Los
don In Aooordanoe With Tim,
Honored Ceremony.
London, Nov. 9. The time-
honored Lord Mayor's show toolt
place today, and the new lord
mayor of London, W. Vuughan
Morgan, was formally Installed
in office, succeeding Sir ,i«hn
found. The old established custom showed little sign of becom
ing obsolete, and owini? to the
I ia i| Hilarity of the new lord mayor
and some unusual features In the
street parade tho occasion was
the most Interesting of recent
years.
The procession started from
the Guild hall at 10,80 a.m. The
route to Ihe royal courts of justice, where the formal installation took place, and wus by way
ol Gresham street, Lothbury,
I'riiicess street, Mansion House.
Cheapside, Queen street, Canuon
street and Fleet street All
ulon^ the route the usual bunt
ing ,t ml decorations were displayed.
A picturesque feature of the
parade was the presence, in car-
riages, of a deputation of blue-
coat boys from Horsham, with
their masters, to signalize the
close connection uf the new lord
mayor with Christ's hospital, of
which he was once an inmate
and for many years past the
treasurer.
Ihe procession included three
ears, one enibluuiatical of Ten-
tente eordiule. another of peace
between japan and Russia, aud
a third ol the colonies, with spe
.inl reference to Canada, the
new lord mayor beinK a director
ni tin- Hudson Buy Company.
The fullers' Company, of which
Lord Mayor Morgan is a member, attended him in the procession Tin, procession included
the usual military display. The
cavalry escort comprised regiments stationed at Hounslow,
one nl the bands of the Household Cavalry, the mounted band
ul the Royal Artillery, and the
City ot London, (rouuh riders)
yeomenry,
The decorations iu frout of the
Guild hall were of the customary
description. Arriving at the
law courts the ancient ceremonies of installation were gono
through as they have been for
centuries past. Thu return to
the Guild hall was by way of the
Strand, Northumberland avenue,
the Victoria embankment. Queen
Victoria street and King stroet.
Tho scene at thu annual banquet iu the Guild hull this even
Ing was a hrilliant one. The
lingo oaken rafters wore decorated with Hags and bunting, the
hail was brilliantly lighted,
showing to the host advantage
the glittering uniforms and the
dresse*. and jewels of the womeu.
The lord mayor sat at the south
table, near the center of the
room, with thu sheriffs at his
light and left, aud thu premier
and other dignitaries of state
coming noxt. Whitelaw Reid,
ihe Amerloan umbassador, had
a special seat, of honor at the
mam table,
The new lord mayor is a member of the firm of Morgan
Brothers, merchan's and newspaper proprietors. In addition
io his Hudson's Bay directorship, lie holds a prominent posi
tion in connection with some
prominent Australian companies
and other great commercial concerns. Uu was born in 1881,
educated at Christ's hospital, and
wiis in the banking business at
Manchester till 1850, when ho
came to London and joined his
brothers in commercial and
banking enterprises. He is a
Free Mason of many years'
standing and a former grand
treasurer of the grand lodge of
England
Lord Mayor Morgan has chosen for his chaplain th" Uov. W.
U.' Hornby Stuer,  vicar of St.
Phillips, Lambeth. As the lord
mayor is a bachelor the duties of
lady mayoress will devolve upon
Mrs Hornby Steer. She is well
known throughout the metropolis for her activity in charitable
work.
This Date in History
LOCAL NEWS.
. -Nov 9.
W30— The Pilgrims discover
the land of Cape Cod.
l«41—King Edward, present
ruler of Great Britain, born.
1872—Great tire in Boston; loss
about |T0.OM,00tV
1895—First issue of The Pros
pastor, the pioneer newspaper
of Southeast Kootenay.
DISTRICT MININt} NIW8.
Of Interest to Those Engaged it
the Development of the
Mining Industry.
The St. Eugene is the chief
silver-lead shipping mine in the
Kootenay.
James Finlay, manager of tbe
Sullivan group of mines was in
town last week. He states that
the new diamond drill, recently
installed, is working smoothly,
and there seems to be no doubt
but that a large amount of successful prospecting will be done
with this drill.
The Bessemer group of iron
claims are located on Ha Ha
creek. Six claims comprise tbe
group, which are owned by Cranbrook mining men. During tbe
paat week three new locations
have been made. The ore body
or dyke haw been prospected on
the surface over 2000 feet. It
is the intention of the owners to
thoroughly develop the property
this winter. A tunnel will be
run in from Ha Ha creek, which
when completed, will tap the
ore at a depth of 1800 feet. A
cabin has been built for the accommodation of the miners, and
winter supplies will be sent in
this week.	
Bombay Welcomes Royalty.
Bombay, Nov. 9:—The battleship Renown having on board
the Prince and Princess of Wales
reached here today. Everything
was in readiness for a great welcome to the heir apparent and
his consort. The appearance of
the battleship was the signal for
an exchange of salutes and a
mugnitieient pyrotechnic display
in which was shown in fire portraits of the Prince and Princess
of Wales, King Edward and
Queen Alexandra, Lord and
Lady Minto and others.
The Prince and Princess of
Wales ure to stay in India until
March, visiting the principal
cities and native states, and receiving tho chiefs and princes
on behalf ot King Edward. Lord
Curoon ol Kedlestou, the retiring viceroy, will share with his
successor, Lord Minto, the
lionors of receiving the  royal
party.     	
New Publication.
The newest publication along
the Crow line which has reached
us is the Lethbridge Herald,
published by Fred Simpson and
A. 8 Bennett. It is independent in politics, bright and newsy,
aud a credit to Its promoters,
Long may the Herald reign, and
put, golden shekels into the
pockets of Its owners.
Drowned in Mission Lake.
A young Indian boy was
drowned in Mission Lake Thursday.
The boy had been sent out to
look Tor some horses or cattle,
he took his skates with him.
The supposition is that upon
reaching the lake, which was
covered with ice, put on his
skates for a tow minutes pleasure
A hole iu the ice, and the fact
that the boy had taken his
skates with him, furnished a
clew to his disappearance,
Searching parties wnro trying to
recover the body during the
afternoon, hut were not success
ful.
Watch ue grow.
Read the signs of the times
Subscribe for The Prospector.
Ross Tate was at Marysvill.
and Kimberley Friday.
W. B. Grant, Nelson, waa tn
Cranbrook Monday on business.
Dr. H. Watt, of Fort Steele,
was In town Tuesday.
James Ryan left on Tuesdays
train for California. He wilt be
absent about a month.
Constable Baron took a number of prisoners lo Nelson Thursday
J. P. Fink returned Thursday
from a Business trip to the
boundary line.
D Breckenridge of the Crows
Nest Lumber Co., Wardner, was
in the city Friday.
F. J. Montgomery, Winnipeg,
was a guest at the Cranbrook
Friday.
Constable Corey Dow of Wardner, was in town Tuesday on
legal business.
W. R. Ross, M.P.P., was attending court at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
You cannot come a day too
soon for your Xmas photo.
Prest Studio.
Mrs McVittie entertained a
number of friends on Thursday
afternoon at a euchre party.
J. Hutchison visited Morrissey, Fernie, Michel and Jaffrjy
this week.
Fred Smith, representing Gage
ft Co., of Toronto, was iu town
Tuesday.
J. M. Alexander and W. G.
Ross, of Vancouver, were guests
at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
At this period last year snow
storms and cold weather prevailed.
Anthony Moody, of J art ray,
was a Cranbrook visitor Wednesday.
The Caledonian Society* will
meet in Patmore hall Wednesday, the 15th.
G. A. Passmore, St. Paul, was
a guest at the Cranbrook Monday.
Notice—Wanted at once. 40>'
salespeople at Reid St Co.'s. Experience not necessary. Apply
at ouce.
A good line ot Wall Pictures
selling at 20% off for the next
two weeks only, In order to make
room for the Xmas order.
Chief Constable T. H. McMullen, Fernie, was in Cranbrook
this week attending a sitting of
the county court.
The Caledonian Society will1
celebrate St. Andrew's Day b«j
holding a banquet on the nignt
of December 1st. An active'
committee is now engaged in
preparing an excellent program
Mr. Terry, at one time- a
teacher in the public school* of
Cranbrook, but for the last .sigh
teen months a patient in St. Su   be suitable for > hristmas  and
gene hospital,' went earn by
Thursday's train with Mrs.
Terry. Mr. Terry is ver y low
and is not expected to s.urvlve
his weary trip.
D. J. timer Moyie was in ti.
city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walker of
Toronto were registered at tbe
Cranbrook Friday.
C. Sparks. Vancouver, and
R. McLean, Victoria, were
guests at the Cranbrook Friday.
The members ot the zinc commission will now look over the
zinc rest urcesot Southeast Kootenay.
It is reported that a second
sawmill will be in operational
Jaflray within a tew weeks.
W. F. Tate * Son' store is the
place to get your time-piece
repaired.
H. M. Burrow and J. Cham-
niing of Fort ■ Steele were at
Cranbrook Friday on business.
A rancher says that "cows
laugh" on St. Mary's prairie.
This weather would even make
a chronic kicker smile.
Notice,—Wanted at once, 40
salespeople at Reid & Co.'s. Experience not necessary. Apply
ut once.
Patmore Bros, are installing a
hot air heating system in the office of the Crows Nest Pasts Lumber Co., Waidner.
H. H. Richardson, C E. Nel
son, R. Potter, all of Vancouver,
were registered at the Cranbrook
Monday.
Mrs T. T. McVittie and Mrs.
H. Henderson, of Fort Steele,
were Cranbrook visitors this
week.
D. A. Fish, of Chicago, representing tbe Chicago Clearing
House, was doing business in
Cranbrook this week.
This is- Indian Summer and
great bunches of bananas are
ripening in Hugh Stewart's
•tore:
Mrs. Wm. Biakemore, of Mel-
son, was visiting at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McVittie
this week.
Robert Dewar, who has been
mining on Whitefish creek for
some months, was in Cranbrook
Thursday.
Sherwood Herchtner, ot the
law firm of Herchtner & Herchtner, of Fernie, was in Cranbrook Tuesday, on legal business.
November the 9th being the
King's birthday, the Hag ot the
public school was up and tbe
children got a half holiday on
the occasion.
A cutting scrape in which a
Chinaman is said to have under
taken the task of carving three,
other Chinks enlivened the midnight hour one night this week-
Mr. and Mrs. A. McBride returned to Calgary Tuesday. Mrs,.
McBride, who was badly injured!
in the late accident on the Crow-
line, is improving slowly.
The new skating rink on Dui-
rick Street is rapidly being completed, and by the time freezing
weather prevails will be opened!
for the season. Now is the tim,■:
to secure your season ticket.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian Church will hold a
sale of work, ou the evening of
November 80th     The work will
James Neil, of Marysville, was'
in town Thursday.
Miss Wilmot, left on Wednesday's train for her home in Toronto.
Fred Smyth, of the Moyie
Leader, was in Cranbrook Monday.
Judge Wilson returned from
Fernie today. He will hold a
county court this afternoon.
J. A. Harvey returned from
Fernie Friday. Mr. Harvey was
attending a sitting of the county
court.
Miss Christine McKinnon, of
Silverton, B. C , is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D McBride for
several weeks.
For Sale — A quantity of
Petunias, some in flower, others
about to bloom, in boxes of from
one to four plants. Price 50
cents each. A Post Card addressed to Mrs. Arnold will
bring them to your door.
G. H. Griffiths, Calgary; W.
W. Armstrong, Toronto; J. M.
Nelson, Vancouver; J. W. Taylor, Toronto, and J. A. Bennett,
were registered at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
The Knights of Pythias ami
Independent Order of Odd Fellows will give a joint ball on
New Year's eve in the new lodge
room, which is now rapidly ap-,
proach.ng completion.
We are sorry to learn that
owing to the continued ill heilth
of Mr. W. D. Hill, he will find it
necessary in the nesr future tin
leave Cranbrook. Mr. Hill is
one of the oldest merchants in
the city having come in with thei
first "construction train."
NO BBAKT PARTY.
Rev. J. A. Day, D. D., of
tbe Macedonian conference of
the M. E. church, is in the city ,
and will speak in tbe Method!? it
church next Sunday morning an ri
evening. Everyone should her .r
him speak of the Macedonia ,n
massacre by the Turks. His mi t
sion in the province is to pla, »
boys and girls in the homes f, >r
domestic servants. Any perst in
wishing to secure one of the: te
children may apply to tbe past, »r
of the Methodist church. Ail
are invited to the services Su o-
day.	
KING EDWARD CKUt
BRATSS BIRTHDi.T
Railway Men ia Convention Nomi
nite Candidates for Mayor
ud Aldermen.
The meeting of the railway
n leu, which was held in Went
»•orth hall on Monday night was
largely attended, there being
about 250 citisens who responded
to tbe call of the committee.
tiie meeting waa called to
order by DeVere Hunt, chairman, sad C. A. Abbott acted as
secretary. Chairman Hunt in a
brief apeeeh, explained the reasons for calling the meeting, and
then declared it was in order to
nominate candidates for mayor.
D. 11 Murphy waa first nomi
nated. Mr. Murphy declined the
nomination, and nominated G. T
Rogers. Thos. Cavin seconded
the nomination.
J. MoNah nominate! Alex..
Moffatt, and A. C. Abbott placed
in nomination the name of J. D.
McBride.
For Aldermeo. T. S. Gill,
nominated C. D. McNab. Thos.
Cavin presented the name of
James Ryan. A. McCowan nom
mated J. Jackson, and VV. Walton stood sponser for H Hicken-
I bo'ham, H. Stewart nominated
James Greer, R. Moffat named
J. P. Fink. Mr. McEirchen the
name of DeVere Hunt, J. McNab
nominated D. E. Murphy, Mr.
English the name of T. Worden,
who declined. The name of G.
Tisdale was also placed in nomination.
Nominations for aldermen
were closed, and J. A. Harvey
was called upon to address the
meeting. Mr. Harvey in a very
appropriate and earnest speech
advocated the selection-of can-
Mi
hk IN uiMANu
3t. Bug'nels Ruih;ng T:ing«—
WII baRuiningiiF.il Font
By December Pint.
Within ten days or two week's
time a full force of 800 men will
again be working at the St La-
gene. This means that between
now snd that date upwards ol
150 men. mostly miners, will be
put to work. Miners seem Ut be
scarce, but it is thought there
will be no difficulty in getting
the required number. The mill
will start tip and shipping will
be commenced about December
1st.
The new shaft house and framing shed are being rushed to
completion as fast as carpenter*
can do the work. The shaft
house is 40x200 feet, snd tha
gallows frame will be 80 feet in
height. The framing abed ta 80
feet wide and 00 feet long. The
new buildings are larger, mora
convenient and in every way
superior to the ones which were
destroyed by fare some three
weeks ii go.
The new tunnel which was started some time ago is now in a
distance of about 200 feet, and
the lead has been struck. This ,
tunnel is between the 1100 toot
level of the Moyie and the 1500
foot level of tbe Lake Shorn
prop«rty.
Work on the Lake Shore shaft
will be commenced in about a
week's time. Moyie Leader.
Robert W. Smith, a young
man of 22 years, died ' Tuesday
at St.. Eugene hospital of typhoid
fever He had been for some
time on the delivery tragon of
the Calgary Meat Market, and
j later was delivering tor Fink
Bros. He was a nativ • of Scotland and had no relatives i,, this
country,
Notice—It is impei.-sttv* that
property owners, wishing to vote
at the first Municipal election,
must sign the necessary declaration before a No tary Public,
Commissioner, or J us tier, of the
Peace before his or h*r name
can be placed on tlia refrisfiry of
voters. It is also impor taunt that
these forms be bandtnt to the
Returning Officer.
New Year's presents.
The serving of dainty sweet*
after refreshments at partiid.
give a correct finish to the tine.t
luncheon. The "Candy Make s.*"
can furnish anything of tbe sort
to order.
Notice.—Wanted at once, 11'
salespeople at Reid & Co.'s. Experience not necessary.   Apply
at, once.
A very nice Xros* present ia a
view of Cranbrook on a pillow
cover. Come and see samples
at Prest studio. We arc open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
W. W. Leitch, who has been
one of the engineers employed
by the Crows' Nesl Pass Coal
Co. for several years, resigned
to accept the position of chief
engineer at the Hlalrupre col-
lories,
A Purely Family Affair at SantV
rengham.
London, Nov. 9.—King Edward celebrates his sixty fourth
birthday today. As usual he
spends the day quietly with his
family at Sandrengham. Tbe
day is treated purely as a family,
affair, as officially the birtbday
of the king is invariably celebrated on some day in the early
part of spring, specially desig
nated for that purpose by the
king. Letters and telegrams of
congratulation were received by
the king from all the crowned
heads of Europe aud rulers of
foreign countries all over the
world. The king also received
the congratulations of the mem
hers of Ins family and of h<s intimate friends and the officials of
his household. As usual on the
king's birthday a large number
of honors were bestowed upon
distinguished men in England
and the colonies.
Entertained by thai. 0. B.
On Friday evening last, the F.
O. E. gave their first social entertainment iu the hall of the I.
O. O. F. The president, J. Ed
gar Davis, took the chair, with
a committee comprising Messrs.
Musser, Black, Smith. Drew and
Lind. Some 50 gentlemen took
part in a whist tournament which
was ultimately won by Mr. Harris, after a very hard com est.
Light refreshments were thei ,i
served, after which insirumentu I
music and singing. At the cor f.
elusion the president, Mr. Duvi- >
in a happy little speech, pic ■
sented Mr. Harris with a neat,
caseof gentlemen's toilet brusher,.
The harmonium evening vms
then closed by singing "Gtull
Save the King." We are glvem
to understand that thla is bus,
the forerunner of many sushi
pleasant evenings to be given by
the F. 0. E. during tha coming;
winter. The efficient manner im
whloh the committee worket) oon>
duced greatly to tha success and!
enjoyment of the evening.
The Corporation of tne City of
Cranbrook.
PUBLIC NOTICE Is htreby fine
to the eli'utor. ol the municipality et
Cranbiook, that I require the prMcaoa
ot the said el,* tore at the FIRE HALL,
didates and their election by uc- Baltop Stroeli oa th, Wth  ^ #
ciamation,  in order  to save the November next, at li o'clock neon, lor
costof an election, also from Ihe!the purpose of electing  persons to
fact  that good men had   been "P"""™'   ««"»   ln  *• Municipal
j     r.   ,n   o _...  „.>..  , Council a. Mayor anil Aldermen,
nominated.   G   1*.  Sogers can-i   nf^eJaomltMloaotcnaiiMtt
ilidate for mayor th-n addressed ,hall to M fu|inwB.-
the convention, followed by can- I   The candidate, ikall be nominated la
dideteJ. D. Mc3ride.   The ,fol-' Writing; Tbe writing .ball be tub-
lowing    acitiseas    and    voters '** bed h!tw° votf" »' *• Municipal-
,,   , __j „„   ity as proposer and seconder, and (hall
were then called upon and re- ^^e,^^, tne returBtllg offloar at
sponded with timely and well i ^ tUne between the date ot the notice
chosen remarks: Dr. Connolly, i and 2 p.m. ot the day ol the nomination
Thos Cavin, Rev. J. P. Westman and in the event of a pull being
8. Hutchison aad A- McCowan.
tii his closing remarks the
Chairman said: '• that the,name
of ticket nominated would toe the »nd govern himself accordingly,
■No Graft Party' which was ar,e-1 .QUALIFICATION required .by .lew
eel ve* by his hearers with coo- to be poneased ofby the c.a,duiates.|ftr
si durable applause. The conven-! **"- offices mentioned above,
tion then adjourned.
aarv, such poll will be opened oa the
22nd of November at the URE BALL
Irom lu a.m. to 4 p.m., of which every
person Is hereby required to take notloe
Sitting of County Court.
His Honor Judge Wilson held
, court  for the first time in Cranbrook Tuesday.   Mr.   Wilson is i
••graduate of .the Toronto Uoi-|
versity nnd Osgood Hall. During
Khe past few years Judge Wilson
hud been a partner of W. A.
©tilliher  at   Nelson.    He  is a
I young man of 88 years, and has
a useful life before him and The
Prospector wishes that he may
long enjoy a life of so much usefulness and honor.
There were on the docket 22
cases of a civil nfure, two
criminal cases were tried. Thus
McKee who had appropriated a
large quantity of W. H. Wilson's
jewelry, got Hve months hard
labor in Nelson Jail. Chas. Delaney who was charged with
attempting to burglarise W. H.
Wilson's store, got a sentence of
twelve months.
Voters Lilt to Close.
There has been many rumors
in mireulution us to the time of
ok,-miiK the voters list. The foi-
lowSeg telogrum received on Friday hy the returning ofilcr, T.
M. Roberts, will be read with
Inter «* by those seeking to have
their names placed on the list:
|-T. M. Roberts, Cranbrook,
B.C.- Municipal. Election Act
does no* specify time for closing
voters 1 l»t »' *•"»• election If
poll Is h *U, would suggest dosing list a * 4 o'clock on the afternoon of tl *• twenty-Brat.
F WOO 3. FOLLTON,
Provloolat ieoretay.
FOB THE OFFICE OF MAYOR
"The persona qualified to be nomin-."
"ated tor and elected Mayor at the"
"Unit eleetion shall be such persons as1'
"are male British subjects ol the lull''
"age of twenty-one year., and not die."
"qualified under Any law ssd have"
"been for the three month, proceeding*
"the day ol nomination the iiiiaal"
"ow.ier ol land or real property la the"
"City ot the value ol one thousand"
"dollars snd otherwiae qualified to"
"vote st such election."
FOR THU OFFICE OF ALDERMEN
"The persons qualified to be nomin"
"ated tor and fleeted Aldermen at the"
"Hi st election .hall be audi persona sa"
1 are male Briti.h lubjeets ol the hill"
"age ol twenty one fears asd are not"
"disqualified under soy law, and have"
"been for the three months preoedtng"
"the day ol nomination the amend"
"owner, ot land or real property la"
"the City of the value of five hundred"
"dollar, and are otherwiae qualified"
"to vote at such election."
VOTERS QUALIFICATION.
The pomma qualified to vote lor
Mayor anal Aldermen at auch tret election aball be all auch persona oa are
British subject, ot the full age et
twenty-one years, who are freeholders,
homeitead"!* or pre-emptors wlthla
the boundjrle. ol the municipality
who have resided within the
boundaries ot the municipality lor
one year Immediately preceding the'
date ol these Letter. Patent, and who
.hall, before the day of auch eleotloe,
have applied to the Returning Officer,
and have had their name, plane! ua
the list of elector, for snob, election.
Given undir ».y band thla ties day
ot November, IMS.
THOS. M. ROBERTS,
Returning Officer
A regal., meeting uf Roclj*
Mountain Chapter, It. A. M.,
will ba bald in Masonic hall,
Tuesday evening Mat it •
o'cloct. Sojourning ooaipu-
lona ure oui-dially invitei ta ba
praajnt. Hf
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t\(,/I   .......   ......   ^.-    .... x..,„...i- -1- < 'i,.-n«-v f.ar the ',:.-'.  15 yean, and [{ft
\il(/   l'HECIT*i Or CRANBROOK. w.lit.v,. ,,•;,., ,..r;,v,:v ,„.,„,.-»..;.- in nil
a**!*^ ... business treAsaetlon.  an I  financially
Mir. editorial felicitations in 1'1'1".'"•/"'•>'•"" aiiyobliitattan, ",.„i"
n\ iii- nrni.
WALDIKO, Kins \n a Makvin.
Nl*'     Ii.iiiiiV ill I'
\\ i*   ttrti'P   Oil-,'    nuiitiiTn.  uwint? a»»-    iv»/ ^ |
nrd tor any caw of<*»urrh ;i,»t •■»"- fre Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection,
noi bt cored hy Halt*. Catarrh Cor*.    ■{{(/ ■
P. .1., 11ENKY .v m. Toledo,' I.
\Ye the nadwiirned baTv  known P.
Nearest to railroad depot. Has accommodations for tii,' public unequalled in
Cranbrook.
THE editoi >:>. felicitations i
this  week's   journals  ar
Hall's t aitatrh tun   is taken Inter- 183
iiCGGARTH & ROLLINS
■w - - xiiiii     . i.nm i»;un> Proprietors
(•Av liolii Kiiil'   Ktlwartl ha> ui.m th<- perbntlle.   Sold by all Drum/Uu. flB
W aiT.r.„.„> ofhla peopla   Some    T»k" ll"11' F»mi»  ™*« '"' ' ^^^^^gi^^a^^^!^^^^^SS?^
wi/ nf iii" papers take occasion to
.-Ar. point ont the marvelous personal CTCI1IJ1PTC    -t ******•£$#*****;**♦*••*•••••§
"* u,l-"l"%,v *i|  When   You   Think  Of 9
9 9
\W  erts not   only   throiiirhout   the
.ojfc.  British Empire bat in other parte I     The LEADING STORE For
jr   of the world-   Mention i>  made
#          ,,.,   iiftii.'iniie.'ii.'e ii„. Kinir hail in choice Confectionery *
Phone 74            The  DrUfffflStS.^ 'iH'>e,,ie,n,,,, ,,f ,i,.'iu,,'war in j      Fresh Nuts   Fresh Fruits 9
tf\j2i                                                                °°             w   the far Kast and it la broadly $
*   PORE DRUGS                     FINE STATU.NK.KV   t^ Unt^ ftat the present liberal    Pancy Calif. Tokay Grapes *
DISPENSING   OUR   SPBOALTY.              Jfc,  ref,,ri,,s in Kiissia are due in n.,1       Fancv  DAninn. lVars 9
stWT.    .small measure n, the personal                            . •>
i-^^#,#####.f?||###lr^    Ipfluence of advice of King Ed-      Choice Spanish Onions J
»^?x?^5»*^v^?^^^5*^5*^.*^ ^_^ar^     -         j wit nl. fur whom the Ontr enter-: £
!tai.,s the highest  regard    The        HUGH  STEWART A
Kiufr has also played his pari in i  p),0|,e 75          ftnilStrOllfl. rtVC J*t
the happy ending of tin-troubles J  \A
in the  Scandinavian   .-niiiMilu. • pQR  fl f|RST*CLftSS TURN0U1 A
i! being due  almost  entirely   to A
his persuasions that his son-in- A
law, Prince Charles of Denmark   Tj  A  *\TT\l   CV'Q ^
has agreed to accept the offer of j ii A 1N U L Hi 1   O «.
the Norwegian throne. T T\/,ITDV**4
Ll V tin 1 ij l
The  outlook   for  business in X ,,,-,.,,       ,, -aa
TEAMS and DRIVERS 9 -    PHONE   119   - 9
, ix Cranbrook, B.C. Hast Kootenay. z
Kurnished fosany point in thelV "     W
district •♦♦♦«*aa«a**a**;aaa*aaaaa*aa
■SURJIICE
You Think Of
"HUTCH"
OHN HUTCHISON
Cranbrook was never brighter
j than it is today.
J. M. DEER
t •«**>»«>»'*^«»»«%'*w«***»*>»«>»»»*>^«*«*«*^^*^
I LEftSKS HENDERSON I
I    ^ FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
£ - Always Up-to-Oate — 3
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.C. 3
ll».»UlU*miUU.»ittUUWUUU»UttUUiUiWUUUm^uS
WE   MAKE   A  SPECIALTY   OF
McClary's Famous
Kootenay   Range
Patmore Bros.
Plumbing Roofing, Heating and Ventilating ^'Z'TL n!eat.^i^|f Rocky Mooatatn Chapte, | ^^•^.•.^••^.-.^ ^..^-.-•^
En"ineers. will bethtrflrst in the history of ji NO, iii. R. \. m ll    phone fin
    . ==*===■—   ('ralitirrwik. mul   the   resull    Will 11 CRAKBR00K, B. C. ft'.
Cosy and Headquarters for be watched with keen interest!    Regular meeting*  2ndTu»». % C^ «r\ur'ts    T*W s=a #ta+
Mining Men      hy all who have the welfare of | day in each mnnUi  at eight I VrUW   5*    iivat
'■'lei-itvat heart. I   o'clock. : --, M _«
I      SoKmrnlng            are  | Steattl     LwaUnCirV
Now tbat the day foi   nomina- 1  cordially invited. £
1 f
A newspaper read by intelli
gent people   The Prospector
...
On   Thursday November 'uli
The Pkospbctor completed th
eleventh year of its existence,  Ii
is   tie-  pioneer   newspaper  inl
Southeast Kootenay.
:IBooi*Sli06 Maker L
V am ~~mr —am-—am —mr.—»»»■.-.»» —m» —mt —^.-^ i^m^jamvrmm&mr^m, —mr.^mr'.--mr.-—mr     amammr*   mm.   amtawamaAtaMr^m
|   FALLS VIEW HOTEL   j
An election will   l»'   held   on'
Ail Work Guaranteed
N..„ Work Made to Measure
Wednesday, November 22nd., in    Armstrong Ave.    °gpn!a\ ho«i    \
Cranbrook  lo till  th,- offices ol  .   B
H CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
^   Marysville.   B-C.   t^1- t
I'lie largest  and  besl equipped hotel in the St Marys'   c
»*»»*>»*>****?jw?**j?>»»a»
IMi. 11, ,x 62
";"'  >.v.,™,n,.„„mm,,„...-,...m.n„„.^ Ti   valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS. i
Comfortable Rooms
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
lin^' a city council  draws near 1
it   behoves  every  citizen,  wl
I has a vnt>. at the first  municipal
The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnish- i «'«■'."'" '" W':L'1' •'"'ll ,l'" ,l,,il1'"
•d throughout.    The Bar is supplied  with the best brands of ficat,°1'8-  «  wfu  ■ *e many
, „. liii'giiiiu'iit.s iiiil forward l,v oppo-
Liquors arm C isrars. . , ;       , .
^   sing candidates so as to he aide
 . . j^ — :      -   -     ■ — ■
to easl an  Intelligent  vote  on
♦      .—..- ^- ^-^-.    r^r-r-tt—, r—it   i—, z election day for   the   men  who;
g 11. M. Br/SROW, Scribe E.   fc
-\,iiiai.ia,lBa„fi»ui„ll>lllii*ii.itiiii*(iia^
!■ FORT STEELE
BREWING CO., LTD. ii
* "!
will do the most good towards
<> Furthering ih" interests of our
\ nf OranbroorT.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUHBR8 and HHKWKR.s ot KXTKA FINK
|      BEER | PORTER
♦ SOLD 3Y THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
I Bottled beer for family
« use a specialt)
* Outside   Orders
GIVEN STB1CT AND PROMPT ATTKNTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
a p. o. nox SI2    l-
j     TELEPHONE NO. I      P
Fort   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.    ♦
Professional.
HARVEY 4 McCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
i RANBBOOL,     •     li.r.
AV. F. GURD
While in Cranbrook there are
i large number of citizens who
possess and [eul n deep Interest
hi the resull of the municipal
!', I contest, there Is no n al outward
XI manifestation of that interest.
Tins is due in the facl thai a
greal   number  of   citizens  are
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranhrook
British Columbls
Cranbrook, B.C.
ZOfSfm
three & Tour Year Courses
fj&ZL&\ •fin,.;. u„„„,.:. t,-..:.
I s/A* vL^ ''" '*"'•*■■ ■,1v'' fflectritail
^rt( H^ jCt I BnglrMcrlfiff,
^^****--X*w '•'""'   ■>'■••■ '■'■'■,'--«
^^jrj^VlfJSTO^,/ ...     ,^y ami Public lltalth.
^^k%%*k\9r Write Ut calendar lo
Al"h;iat*"'l to Tiit .SwrreUrt",
l>uc*-n't «-:-.'..;  ol   Mini tit.
(Jeivtrail/ Kingston. Ont
IONBBAL ACT
iniKM ri
ostTtnoATS "r ntPBorxiorn
NOTICE.
Copper (litT and  North Stnr Mineral
C}:iiins.
situitc in tbe Port su-de lilnlng Dtrtalon
•it But Kootansy DUtrlct.
Wban located: -On il h*i side of nortli
fork of tbe BL Mary'l Kiver nboul IR mlloi
from tlifbrlilff'*.
Take notice Mint 1. Jobn O- Commlmr* P.M.
C.  No   B.UWm,  xrUnil   M   »««nt   for JCKOpb
H.     Writftit      Pree      Miner'!      Cortto
caw* No. BTMha nndC P.OOdDi Pri'C'Mlnor'l
feniilcBic No li.;>.\i Intend, sixty iluys from
thedttaberoof. to apply lotbeMlnlitSltenoriler
lor ft Oertlfloata ol Improrenlftnu, for Hip pbr-
POM ot obtaining a Crown * •riant o( tho above
I'UllllH.
Ami (urtHer take notloe tlmt notion, iindaf
■eotioo :tr. Dttftt be oommeooed before tho ltmt*>
anoe of mob Certlfloftte ol Dnprovemeott,
UdWd iblr*(7ibduyof AUfUit, AD. IWfi.
3* JOHN 0. CtJMlUMOl
♦♦*##■»♦••♦*#*■****»#*•»♦-»*•*#*
I  L.C0HN
♦ Tailor % Importer of i
1       Fine Woolens.
* j
4, Cranbrook, it.*'. Armstrong .\\>* I
« *
The Illinois Central
DUNBAR
UAIUUSTKK, stil.lt ITOI!
KOTAHV  I'l'UI.I, .
Flannels, Blankets, Curtains, Carpets, lite.
We Make a Bpeclalty of Washing i'.I'.U. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   FIRST   CLA8S
• E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
^,^^^^****^**1T******-jt***»e>t>
| NORTH   STAR       |
HOTEL t
J
0
9
Kimberley,   B. C.
*
X
9   H. W. DREW, Proprietor.
EMPLOYMENT
G. H. Thompson
~^l   MAIIUISTUI .•. -III.Ull,
J2t   NOTABV PUBLIC
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
I'runhl k. !!.( .
I'll DM AS    Mr V I TT I K
P.L.S. & CE.
Port Steele 3.G.
,,,   rs   Post Office
VI  C       ^orc
woticb.
Tike iiotteeibMtblrtya»ifeofitf»tal|ita«.
u»ralfrw4 intend to epplv to tbe CM** o^
mlwlont-r of I .arid* en-l W otum at   Vktoike
tt. for u ipwh) UewM to nn ni omTTJI
iber from thefullowtn« dvMriM bll t
uih Kaal Kootenay. ^* *
I   OnwmtMlm   et   a   ituiti plains -^
, i-ain-   we*t   of   iv,t.r  D«]|'l pre-ewEl
tbttiiae voot um cbaiui. tb**n<*« oortt«idiida.
iheDM-MfttmokAlu itoMftifaattTi-JEi
!•.-.•-i>liMvinuiut!. ,to
Hilled (Vtobrr t*lh. iisv,
, fclWftnl K. RUM
-I   lumaeiwiftl-ilapoaiirlwileaoilW-iifc
out   -orner   of  Kdwertl K.  Himfi »ZkL
It-erne theneo xmih IIUgh.tH. ■■■ ^T"**
dMUu, tbeuce nortb 40 pbaio., ibencegJJZ
i hftlM, UMBM north au chiin»,uetC4et-r
i ha in*, to \fXtca nl iH-irtnnini*
tHtert IVtoht-r lnili, !•*«,.
William 11. Harvei
I CoMvosolni || . po,, pUn|w1
•..mtbCMl eorner of W. H.   Harvey a tlrahat
UWMB, tbe«r« ««at l«eb»lu. tbenra aooth «
ihatiia. Ibtnea oa«t lau ebairu. tbenee monk m
••balna lo piH-e ol eommeneement.
Dated '►.•ii.ii«r mil, imo.
Itoeald ll. UMkiy
* ^onxmtnnlmamiapmt^mkatatrMmtk
mat roriin of u M. Llttebarai H tlaber Umm
tbeuteweei i« ebalna. tbeoc* aouib Wcbalrti
thence out ihi obalna. ih**ne« tMrtb m abuts
to place of beeinalnf.
Haloilib'tiiber  1Mb  IMA.
laabal Hervor
.*> (omueuctac ftt a poat planted at •»
noutheaat eorner, of laabal Harvey • •%%,,
llcenae. tbeace weat Ml • hatai tnenc* aoeia w
ebalna. thenee anat tne ebalna, inaeee nenh m
cbalua to plaee of baglanlaf -
Uaied Oetobcr nth, INI.
Kailly A. Harvey
• ComtueaelMaiipoatpUniadattbaioairi
eaat corner of Kmlly A. Harvey a tiaW
llcenae. tbeaoe want IM cbalaa, tbenee aUtb
Webnlna. tbenoe eaai lauebaiaa. tbanee aeeU
«i clialna io plaea of baflnnlbf.
IHited tv tober 1Kb. IW*
UIHaa Harvey
; f'oaimeneelnf at a poal planted u *■
Houthweat uorner of Lillian Harveyi tJ^bM
liecttae. tbenoe nortb Wcbalne, tbeace neatfe
cbalfia. thimeaoutb Webalna.tbenee eaat ■
cliaiua lo plaoe of beglauliu*.
Deted OeMfejer taoi. tMft.
Mary r, Ltnabaa
a  UonmenelaeaiapoatplaaudlonyanalH
OUl uf the i lorth weal corner ol Kdward H.
Harvey a timber llecaae. tbenoe north MefcalM
llietice weat *u ohaiua. tbenoe aonlb M cbalaa
thence eaat rw chalna to place ol beginning.
Dated October mh. iwi,
Cyraa w. Harvey
j <'omnianclnf at a poet punted ntlbaaaria
mil comer of Cyrua W Harvey's tlmbar
license, thence uurtb w ebnlu. tbeace ea*t ■
(lialns. tbenee aoutb tu chalni, tbenee «miN
chain* to place uf beginning.
Dftted * Kloher Mth   1SUV
A. BFMVhjk
in Cooiniruring nt a poat planted at the
wiuUiafni enruer of t'yrua W Uarvey'a tbaber
lleeue. thenoe north Itw ebalna. tbeaaeaewai
cbalne. thence nouih Im) chalna tbence eMt*J
ehulnit to the place ol beglnnlnrr
i>ateii Oetober inh. HOb,
D. Kravfek
11   i 'oinuieiicln** at a poat planted ai tbaaoath
trcMl eorner of ¥.. K.   Harvny'a  llnbrr tlOCM*-.
tbence went iw chalna. tbeure north w rkktia
tbenoeeael 160 t-haini*. tbence aoutb » Mm
m plftee (d t^ginninir.
Deted Oetober nth. iw>:>.
V. if iMlleu.
II t'oninienclnir at a poat plaoted at thr
■OQtbweet Doraei of K. K. Harvey'a Unbar
lloanen, ibmice weat lau ebalna. tbeace «ouibM
chalna, tbence eaal »■*) ebalna. thence none
10 ' hiiins to place of beglnnliiir. *-"
Deted Oetober Ulb, t:«ft
T. H. I*. Kenwlek
13 Commencinf- at a poat planted forty
chain north of tbe northwest corner of D. M.
Ltncliama timber licence, tbenoe weal I*
i tini«s thenre north *i ehaina. tbenee eaat W
iliaina, tbence south «t clialna to place of Ire
ulnnlng.
Dated Oetober Utb, i»»
K  Keitwu'k
it Commencing at a poat planted lorty
ebalna north of the northweat corner of D. M.
I.tneham't tlmbar llcenae. thenee weat I*
-hatha, thenre aoutb t» obalna. thenea eaat l«
.balna. tbenoe north 40chain* to place of bv
ifinnintf.
Do ted Oetober Ulb. IMI,
A. 11- Fenaii-k
i.s rommeiictng at a po«t planted at tha
iiorltawcni corner ol D, M Llm-ham't Umber
licence, theme north Iti chalna. tbeuoe aaatW
ehaina. thence soutb M chalna. thenoe eaat «
chalna. thenre aouth Wcbatna. thenw weal •
ebftlu to place or beginning.
Dated October Utb. IW-
W. II. Harvey
!•• OtMOJaeaetnf at a poat planted forty
ebftinaweetol the aouthcaal enruer of K. K
llarvey'i Umber llcvnte. tbence wt**t Mehelni.
ihenee smith gu ehaina. theme eaal » chaiaa,
thenc** north ei) cbaim lo plaoe of beginning.
Dated October t«h. l*»-
a H. Pollen
t; Commenetnc «t ftt n port planted at ia*
northweat corner of Itabel Harvey'a tliitaf
llceiise. ibeuce wesl 1*1 chalna, tbence txonb
fi chalna. thence eaat 100 chelae, thence aoath
+> ibiiins to place of beglnntug-
Ihtteilftciober nth )«M.
T ll. I. Kenwlek
in r.itnmeniinf at u poet planted et tl*
tiiirlliweal corner of laaliel Harvey'a I'arter
license, thence weat IW chalna. tbenee aouth *
clialna, thanoecaai ItVchalua. tbence nortb *>
ehaina l" plaee ol beglnnlng-
Daleit October Mth. I»i",
t;t K.nowlek
The largest General Store in Marysville- where miner*.
i an  !)<■  supplied   with  an) thing  they  \\;iiii  ;ii .til times at
Cranbrook prices.
Groceries,   Hardware.
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J- CLAYTON
(..o,,».a..a.^.|..a a i"» i»e
AtiBlNCY
Maintain, unexocllea serviye  fr	
the went, to (lie eSal anil south, Making
I'ltwt' riiniH'i'iiiins with  train, of all
transcontinental lin,'s iiaawnger. are
agiven their uhoico t»f route, ini Ihitioiio,      Bl'
Louisville, Memphis antl New Orleans,       »■ TM**«« A Milaaaw
ami throuBh those pointa to the far easl!    •*■»    XflCiirTnUr
PrnpMtirulruvelen .1.—ii-lnjr infoi-- j     Hfi  cull   secul'6   .ytm ll jtil) mul
iiiiiiinn as to tho lowest rates ami Iwsl '
routes are Invited to oorrespontionce I
with the following representatives,
B. H.'1'iti'Mitri.i..i'iiiiiiiit't',ii,l Agent i
142 Third St., I'ot'tlttiiil, 0»igon.
J. 0. 1.INIISKY. T.I''. ,v  I'.A.
142Third Si.. I'..i-tlnntl. Oregon,
P. B. Thompson, v. * p.a.. Boom
1, Colman Bldg.. Seattle. VVu.h.
Ii will i'liy those who are
looklnfl tor work tg call unil
also til you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim MGflrtiiur
DR, E. W. CONNOLLY
PlWoioinii and Suroeon
lll'KII'K AIIMSTHIIMJ   AVE.
Iliai:ia's:   Ii to II n.in.  -1 to 6 p.m.
7to8p.m.
Phono nitiiv 105    Residence l"1
.in ii,,,,,,,,,, minis'.
vmmmmmmniHtwmnmHnttffifiiifTf!?m!!?nnn!nmff^
£ —
I P. Burns & Co. I
MINKKAI. ALT.
irnta r.l
oSamruutt or mpaovuiMm.
E
fc Hcnd Office,
£ Cnlgnry, Alberta.
NOTICt
Biiioe, Vlotorla and Standard Kractloo
Mineral Claims.
sltuiitt' In ta. Korl Stwl. Minis. Dl'lslo. *>
Ksal KistU.II.. lltalrlal
Wher. lOMUMtt- Ou lh,- west lorfcof tb. **■
Msr.'s Itlvi'r and auljaalnlns lb,' OlMI MH
(Irinip.
Tn..'tii'ilia- ilist 1. Jaalni t;. Cumml.s. I'rp*
Mliirr's   I'l'tiMi'.!,,   No:   "liana".  k'I'M
sa sumil t„r Josi'lib II.  Wrl.bl. K.MC l*J
IITKIsaniiap.Own, F.M.C. No. Ithmt. *at
Js.   C. Iloob.r. K.M.C.  No.  HTMH.  tawat
slity dsya from lb. date li«,r*ot. lo applv I""*
Mlnlu. Ket'ordsr lor . Cttlflral. ol Iniprw""
na.'iau lor tbe purpose ol obulnlas .Crows
^  , aViunt ol tlii' abov. elaiai..
:"•     And lurlbsr take untlrat ikat wllon. aa**
■^5 ! -eiltoii :17. li, uai be romin.iioed bslor. lb. US"'
Main Otticu for Tvivt Kootenay,.^ I sue'ul sttob Cettllleale ot lnprov.aV.Dt.
Orntibi-niik, B.C
3
—*
1
£
Wholesale arid Retail
F E' n^x..T    I Meat Merchants I
*B".   DENTIST fe g
mtm
£
OPP10E Hot-us: ii m il' a.in
i tn II p.m.
7 to •, p.m.
"I'TIIT. tltld liKHII'KM'K
'fc
E
£    Live Stock
Killed tbts -*Ts I.,!.» ul Atifaat, A.U. IM.
ji JOHN o. cumHNOjL
RESERVE
Right or Way For Rtilwtyi, »»■
NOTICB Is bereby alren lltsl .11 Crown t"*
•lon« Ihe lis'alial line, ol .a' r.llw.1.
i»s, ,,,ii,|..n> lnf>',l"'*r**
oltlieUiil.l.laroof l*l.l*f>
ilona the lueated
power   or   trumws;
^m  timler .ulboritv
'h
ll,.., ,;,. .,„ i ,.   , , ... 33 'law. sniibsrlna. wldtbn, an» (») ••* JS,
\li;itt,,ll    and ( taljl Sllira>'«^S  i'.'b»ld„o|,.|unines.sre reserved fur rUJ»
n   , ... am way purposes lor atteh rsllw.f. P»w.'»
at Calgary. Alberta.   gl'r,n""**w>*"l*I,,w.s.ooB!;.
Hanson, ,\v„   cua.nuuuok, DC Armslronii Ave.   Cranbrook;rnaiiii\UiUiiiUiUiiiliiiiUliiUiiiiaiiiiaUiiiiiiiliiiiUiiliiUUKj '-"^SSfBsSH^       * THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C, NOVEMBER 11. •*».
■Mawi.
ROLLINS
Lighted   By Electricity
- Heated By Hot Air  -
Cranhrook, B.C.
Comfort able Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTEKK   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
&!}£ gfcospata*.
SATUHDAY, NOV   11, 1U05.
Central
Hotel
R01KRT JOHNSON
Proprietor
$   Marysville, B.C.   $
The leadinft Hotel of the St. Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished. Table m good
as any In Kootenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
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LIQUORS 3? CIGARS
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Calgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBI'.L & CO., Hay ai.tl Grain.
Oranbrook, B.C. 	
LOCAL NEWS.
Write it "City of Cranbrook."
W. R. McKay of Elko was in
town Monday.
James Carroll was down from
Kimberley Monday.
Dr. S. Bonnell of Fernie was
a Cranbrook visitor Monday.
Special candies in shapes and
colors for special occasions.
Orders filled al short notice by
the Candy Makers.;
W. B. Grant, of Nelson, was
at Cranbrook Monday on business.
G. A. Passmore, of St. Paul,
Minn., was a truest ut the Cranbrook   Monday.
Something new. Come and
see our new samples ol Photo-
graphs on cloth for pillow
covers etc.   Prest Studio.
Cranbrook Might Imitate This.
Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 7—An
election, unique in the history of
Indiana, is being held today in the little city of Tipton to
fill the offices of the municipality
The campaign preceding thi;contest at the polls was so novel
that the result of thoexperiment
is being watched with keen interest by politicians as well as reformers.
For many years there has been
a clamor for reform in campaigns
in Indiana. The system of casting and safeguarding the ballot
was somewhat improved by the
Australian election law, but the
corruption of the voters has increased to such a deplorable
degree that the Governor in his
latest message to the legislature
called attention to it.
The legislature etnetod a law
to punish the vote buyer as well
as the seller, but a similar regulation a few years ago did not
bring about a reform, as it nitre
ly caused the parties to the transaction to be more careful.
But at Tipton, a county sent of
nearly 4,1X10 population, an
agreement was reached that may
give the reformers a glimpse of
the ideal election. No money
except for legitimate expenses
was spent in the campaign just
closed, every candidate having
pledged his word that lie would
not even buy a cigar to influence
a voter.
The understanding was that
absolutely   no   effort   was to be
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Gaioani Gauie 60.
Froth and Salted Meats
Fiih and Poultry is Season
CICLl   .'UST RECEIVED   first of the season CICU
llotl    Finland  Haddies     11011
Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention
*f    Order By Phone 45    9
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
»»•«* ftnt«/l«owarw4W
Purohase   Prioe  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
SETt,
Arnold & Rows
nude with money to get out tiie
vote of either party, and accord
Ing to report the agreement is
being rigidly kept. No convey
ances were employed today to
bring voters to the polls, except
as were neceaaary in caaes of
sickness or physical disability
The candidates of both parties
assembled at an appointed place
at 6 o'clock this morning and
marched to the polling places.
When all had voted they returned to the public square with the
understanding that they were
to keep together until the polls
close this evening. The plan is
regarded as the best test of
practical reform ever witnessed
in this state and the outcome is
awaited with much interest.
wonoa.
Notloe U hereby ftvoa tbot thirty days trier
data I Inland to Apply to the Chief low
mlaaloner of Lands tod Works for t License
to protpect for cotl tod petroleum ob the following deacrlbed lend aituat*- lu Block itm,
Ktat Kootonay DUtrlct. B.O.
Comoii'Dciof- tl t pott planted two mile* rut
ot Stge Creek tod about llr.* inline north of
tht* Internal loot I Boundary, being lie initial
pott of K D. Simmon*' claim tnd marked K.l).
Sliuniona* aoutb west com* r poat, thence north
MfOtolOt, tbenoe etat W chains, thenoe aouth
to chains, thence weat SO ehaina to place of beginning, oonutolng 440 tern.
Located Sept. VKk, 1Mb.
G. D. Slnmooa, Locator
ON. McGregor, Agent
NOTICE la horeb* given that thirty dtya
titer date I Intend io apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Landi tnd Works lor t Uoente to
proapect for eoal tod petrolimm oa the follow-
init detorlbed land attuate In Block 4HW. Eaat
Kootenay Dlstrlot. Brltlab Columbia:
Oommenclug at t poal planted two mllea eaat
of Hage creek and about Ave mllea north uf the
International Boundary, being tbe Initial poal
of R. K. Sullivan's claim and marked H. K.
Sullivan's noi ihweat corner poat, thence aouth
00 ehaina, thenee etat 80 chains, thanes north
wo ohalOH, thence west W obalna to th» placa ot
beginning, containing M0 acred.
trfoetted Sept.». iw&.
B. K. Sullivan, Looaior
U. N. Hi'Uregor. Agent
Notice la hereby given that thirty daya after
date I Intend to tpply to the Chief Coram)a*
•loner of Land* tnd Worka for a Licence to
proapect for Coal and Petroleum on the following deacrlbed ttnd situate lu Block *WI, Etst
Kootenay District, British Columbia.
Commencing tt t post plumed two miles eaat
of Sage Creek and about Ave mllea north of the
International Boundary, being tbe Initial poat
01 W. A. Wilkinson's claim and marked W. A.
Wilkinson's northeast corner poat, thence
south Wlcbaina, ihenee west 8u chains, Ihenee
north 80 chain-', tbence etst 80 cbiMna to place
of beginning, containing 640 acres.
Located Sept. SO 1905.
VV. A. Wilkinson, Locator
Q. N, McGregor, Agent
Notice la hereby given that thirty dtys after
date I Intend to tpply to the Chief CommUalo i-
er of Laud a and Worka tor t Llcenae to
proapoet tor roal tnd petroleum on the follow*
lug described land altmite in Block 45W, East
Kootenay District, B.C.
Commencing at j post planted two mllea eaat
of Sage Creek and about five miles north of the
International Boundary, being tbe Initial pout
of R. Mulls' claim and marked K Mlllls' so th
east eorner post, tbence north 80 chains, tbence
weat W chains, thence south 90 chalna, thence
eaat M0 chalna to place of beginning, containing
ft40 teres.
Located Sept. 90, IWft
R. Mlllls, locator
G. N. McGregor, Agent
Nonce is hereby given that thirty dtya after
dun* I Intoud to apply to the Chief C--mml*i-
ilonerof Lands tnd Works for a License lo
prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tbe follow-
itig described land, nltuato in BlAQk «M, Kast
Kootenity District, n.c
Commencing mn post planted nue nnd one-
bulf miles west ot tJage Croek and about e.gbt
miles north of ibe lutorAttlnas) Houttdtry being tiie lllHUl |iost nl J. II. Vun Nnltera' clrtlm
and marked .1 It Van Miners' northweat corner p<>ht. theuce eust Sl> tlliiitis, IlienUg nuulU W
'lialns. UiBtmu Wert 80 tiluiliw. thenee iiorlfl 10
liidlns ui place nt bogluitltig, i- iiuiti utr iiu
letta-
Liv.ule.l Ht-|tl. SO. ItftlA.
J, It Vut STatl, r, 1. cnl or
Fire Insurance
LOWEST RATES    PROMPT PAYMENT
Arnold & Roberts
Phone 99 Cranbrook,B.G
nt Creek crosses the International Boundary,
being the initial poat ot L. A- Sullivan's claim
tnd marked L A. Sullivan's northweat oorntr
post, thence ei.at 80 chains, thence aouth M
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north
chains to place of beginning, containing *M
acres.
Located Sept. W, LOOS.
L. A. Sullivan, Locator
O. N. McGregor, Agenl
NOTICE la hereby given thtt thirty days
after date I Intend to apply lo tha Chief Com-
-BtMsloner of Lands tnd Works tor a Lleense to
prospect tor coal tnd petroleum on the following described lands situate In Bloek 4M, Cart
Kootenay District, Brltlab Columbia:
Commencing tt t poat planted one-hall milt
east of Sage Creek and about three mllea north
of tbe International Boundary being the Initial
post of A. Sullivan's claim and narked A. Sullivan's southwest coraer post, tbence north 80
chains, tbence eaat 80 ebalna, tben<e aoutb 80
ehaina, tbence weat 80 chalna to place of beginning, containing M0 acrea-
Located Sept. M, IMS.
A. Sullivan, Locator
Q. N. McGregor, Agent
NOTICE la hereby given tbat thirty daya
after date I Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for t License to
prospect for coal and petroleum un the following described lands situate In Block 1503 Eaat
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
Commenoing tt a post planted one-half mile
east cf Sage Creek and about three miles north
of the International Boundary, being the
Initial post of W. A. Moore's claim and marked
W. A. Moore's nottbwe.it corner post, thence
east 80 chains, thence aouth 80 chains, tbeace
west 80 cualus. thence nortb 80 --h*tn*i to placa
of beginning, containing M0 seres.
Located Sept. a), I.WA.
W. A. Moore, Locator
G. N. McGregor. Agent
NOTICK Is hereby given thut thirty day*
after -lute I intend to apply to the Chier Com*
mlssioner of Lands and Works for a License to
prospect (or coal nmi peti ileum on the following described landa in Block 4503, Eaai
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
Commencing at a po«i planted one mile west
of the Flathead River an I one mile north of toe
International Boundary bilng tbe initial post
of c. B. Simmons' claim and marked C. 11
Simmons' northeast corner poat. tbence aouth
80 ohains. ihenee west 80 chalna. thence north
80 ehains, tbence east w chains to plaoe of beginning, containing HIO acres.
Located Sept. 80,1MB.
C. H Simmons. Locator
tt O. N. McGregor, Agent
N. Mi-i
legoi
■l-H-W-H'MIWI'MIII
li TISDflLt'S 1
, i   Headquarter* lor
' ' FRESH FRUITS
NUTS unit CHOICE   ;;
CONFECTIONERY < •
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Mati*hgetrierit
■j.      When you want a good
Headquarters for mining   g   p)ace t(j stop come to the
•"" "": "M ,im"rs' «   Manitoba.
men anu old timers.
D, A, McDONALD. Manager
W« Olvo You Tour Money'at Worth
;; Ice Cream and Sott Drinks ;;
'.', Alio Tobacco, FipM .!
,, and Cigar.
«, ,,
.!   Baker St.    Cranbrook   .!
■ 41141111 *************
% MUSIC I
Mrs. Hlalop «»»%.,«
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing and
grading of studios.
For particular* apply to C. K. Bold A
Co., Tht BruffUtg.
Notice. |R lici-'by glVOO Ullll J' tliiVx ulier ilitin
I lutond tn appiy io thu Pttlni CtHtiitilisiottor
»r l.iintls mul Works (ov a [•leutisi! ty pros-
IH'Ct for Ciial unil i'l'tri'Ii'uin mi Iln IdIIi-wiiih
[(••scribed Utld, MtUHto in Blooli *WH, Kisl
K(KHfimy Ir-lslin*L. Mrltlsli roil.nililii.
Cuiiiincncing nl it pnsi iiliiiiieii una mid one*
hit if miles siiil 'if Hitci' civt'ii ntij idHiiit I'lgbl
iiill"s Uortll of the liiieriiHtloiiuriloumlnrv. in
ing llio inliliil post ol A l'-llty's uUlutiini)
murke.t   a.  Polity** oorthB'Sl oornor pO*t,
thence wChtSOcbttliiH, tlioni'e smitti HU Qhaltlg,
Ihenee essl HO chiliilH, tbence nonh HDclinilis 10
place ol lieidnnliiK. cinitutnliitt ''•", Hcres.
laoiiilfil Hept :«>. IW'.'>
A. Polity, Locator
ll. N. Mcilri'Knr. A rem
NtriMCK Is hereby kIvoii that thirty daya
itfuir date I Intend to apply to thu Chief com-
nilssiotier of Lmtds and Works for a Mcenae to
pruspeei Ioi eoul mul petfoluum on the following described lam] situate in llluck *w;t. Kast
Kooienay Dlstrlot. itritinh Columbia:
Commencing at h post planted one nnd une-
ball miles west of Sage Creek >md about eight
miles nortb of the Interuallonst Bou idsi-y, lie-
inii tlm Initial post of O. W ArmslruiiK'H claim
and marked u. W. Awatrong1! •juutbwost
corner post, tbenee north HO ohalns, theQcu east
bo ehaius, thence south 80 ebalna, tbence west
Wchalnstuplaoeotbegibiilug, containing *m>
acrea.
Located Sept. 80. \9)b.
U. w. Armatrong, Locator
U. M. Mctiregor, Agent
NOTICE Is hereby given that thirty days
after date I Intend toapply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a Llcenae tu
prospect for coal and petroleum on the follow*
Ing described land situate In Blook IMS. Eaat
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
Commencing at a poat planted one and one-
half mllos west of s-> ko Creek and about eight
miles nor* of tbe International Boundary, being the Initial post of M. E. Armatroag'a claim
und marked M E. Armstrong's southeast
uar poat, thence north et) obalna, tbence weat
HO chains, thenee suuth so chains, thenoe east
Webalaa to place of beginning, containing Mu
acres
Located Sept. ;to, lvoft.
M. E. Armatrong, Locator
U. N. kcQrerfor, Agent
NOTICK la hereby given taat thirty day*
nfier date 1 Intend to apply lo UM Chief Commissioner of Landa and Works lor a Lleeaae to
proapuol for e«al and petrolenai oa tha follow,
ing deacrlbed land situate In Blook 4SM,
Bast Kootenay Dlatrlct; Brltl-h Columbia.
Commencing «t a post plsnted ana mile north
of the international Boundary and shoot one
tod uua-half nti«* from ■ *^-itt ITtgfc i iak
Vour attention ta cuWkhI in the
"I'Umecr Limited" ti-ninn of tho "Mil-
n utikee A: St Paul lUllway." "The only
ifi-fivl uuImh III the vviii'UI."
Vnn will llml it lU'ulfttlile to ride on
thiHi- iruins wtn'ii tfitinif to unv point in
tilin Kiisteri! Bttttug or Cunada. They
imnnoet with ul! Ti'tuiwuiiiituMitHl
Tt**itlB mul all Tii-kt't .-\tfHiitn yell
ttukobr.
lur further Itiforinutlon, puniphletM
otUi u-k any Tii-ket Ajjent or
li. U l'\)tol), 11. S, UOWK,
I'ttsti   A (yen l, OOBWIil Agent
Sl'OKANK POIITLAND
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J7lim\JT'KtT\   ON B':: ?:R ST- ONK D00R WE8T or
J:\J\JJm\m\J       HILL .v   CO.    The only placa in town
that can make Uf* worth the llviof.
E. H. .SMALL, Manager
Oats! Oatsl!
Wo are Just
now unloading
a   car    of   tha
InBst.
1
Harris Bros.
iii.iiiiiii.il nun am**a*mam*ai
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
BY   USINO
SEATTLE, TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
IT. PAUL, CIIBHS0. IEW YORK,
ALL POINTS EAST
Ptvlac* ud Tourist
SlMptn, Buffttt
Library Ou*, Kod.rn
D»J/ OoaehM.
Dinlnf Ou*,      «
MIALt  A   LA  CART!.
Best Meals on Wheels
2 FAST TRAINS M
■AIT AND WKST DAILY   2
For lull pcrtlouUri, nte>, (olden
etc., call on or kddrew.
8.G.YKRKBa,o.w.P.A.,
Seattle, Wuh.
C. W.   MAHONEY, C.P. * T.A.
Spokaa*.
PELTON WATER MOTOR
6 INCH   PELTON  MOTOR
YOU HAVB A WATER PRESSURE 0* 100 LSI. IV TMB
CITY MAINS. Th* fl-lsch Motor Illuatratod above will develo*
S H.P. aad ua. but little watar. Oheaper than Oa* or Blectrleity,
ud adapted for running Printing Preeaea, Dynamo*, Oeneral
Machinery, Itc. tee the Motor In Operation at the offlee of "Th*
Proepeotor".
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
SELL THESE MOTORS
And will give you full particular* and price*. Ot writ* u*
direct, linnf* particular* aa to power required and kind of
machinery you wi*h to run.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Main St., San Francisco, Cat.
!:r
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Royal  Hotel m
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A
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Fines, ot Wines, Liquor, and Clgw. '«',
THE PB08PBCT0R OBAMBROOK   at, NOVEMBER 11
r,
OUR   NEW
XMAS MOUNTS
Are Ihe Be.' tl'al lh'
HlT*T" Market Ai!on1«
You cannot Bit a ilay too soon
now for youi'
Xmas  Photo
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Baker st Ca*anbrook, B.C.
DRAYING
W* bare besQ 111 the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in K.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
flooot that Piano
We are the authorized airents
for the removal of Mason A Risch
Pianos, we -an do the work without risk. Alsn Household Fur
nature
PERRY & FITZGERALD
I*r»i|tr.•■*...r- nf tin-
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
, uli,'.' opposite
C.PJt D.|s.t.
Phone 63.
,SSW*>£*«*««W*l89e9S!*«M
Owing to ill-health wc have decided t<> discontinue business in Cranbrook, nnise |uentl) (Hit Entire Sto k
>f Dry (Joods, Clothing, Men's FurnishinKS, Bouts and Shoes. Carpets, Linoleums will be
Thrown „n th, -Mark, t at WHOLESALE   PRICES  OR   EVEN   LESS.
This Is Not a Sale For a Few
Days Only.
It Will Mean That Wc Will Continue T
At
WHOLESALE PRICES FROM TSDAT
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COtflMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8,700,000        Reaerve Fund, $3,500,000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, G.nrr.1 Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Ami. Gee't HeaegM
BANK MONEY ORDERS
IMUEO AT TMt FOU.OWINO MATU,
IS and und«t  * *****
Over $5 and not ucHaUnf lit  I cerM
»   $10                  "        ***  mtmm
«    $»                      "          IM  IS MM
Tkew Order, are Payable at Par at any efflce I* Canada al a Chartered
Bank. (Yukon eicpttd) .nd al ihe principal banking points In Ihe United
Stataa. skmi ia.ls .t * nam ear. at
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON, ENG.
Thai torn, an tieallent method ol renlttina email inau ot ■
with aalrty and ot anwU —A
%g*»iNiHWii*ti>a**«
~ PUT YOUR SAYINGS into DIAMONDS'
I
DIAMONDS tn your •hiww.i-H. I
represent* money moiv money •
than you pay for tlirm after you
liHvt> worn thrill n while, fni* ibe '
advance in prlcm (* nun k.-«t. and |
there i* |Mmttively im iIbiujit of
IMuiiiund*. ileprm-tatinit in value.
< >f rotime it U »lw»>» net*e»i*«ry I
tochoOM wisely and pay the riirlit
prtoet when yon tiiak** yoUTMltfO*
T-     ILmmmA^WXmW'        i      W*lJ    W    \ ^ ■     ' '"" "' 'l',*n1'0r0 *l '-*"*"*'lll ill. 111H f
^   H^^^^ lb     / I   *v,m Jh"ll*(i -'how* the gem* at ■
rt-Hponnihlu house.    Our record
_   aa dealer* In diamomU in on,-thai
olty.
CLINE     I
I'ntil Our Entire Stock Has Bfeen Disposed Of
iX xhf ii>l Ma nil" to B«rl«*?r Shop
can km be Emd4 in ih*? -
WATTS' BUILDING C
First i ia«- Work in all braochea w,
I Ion so rial Art f
i**4***^'***>m,***H»amal9aiai»i£
GranDrooK
5* Liveru
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Team* and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE. Manager
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
KsTIMATKs H iaVISIIKIl ON AI.I. WORK
JOBBING  I'lli'MITI.V BXBCOTBD.
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy   Terms.
I.IMK ANI, SHINl.l.KS F'OI! SAI.K
Telephone 82.
W
•   allla'k   BallnW.thc   ll'-l   -lll'l'l I, 'll   III   I l»
i. P. Tale & Son
| Cranbrook's Leading Opticians
a i ntla'ijii Watch [nxpeotora Crow'i N,'st .*... Division I'.lMt
S»lN||Wiij»WgW8|.>l>pj^
W
lines
herewith quote a few prices which will largely govern
We will .WI .Inhn B. st.-i-.an Bate In all Shape* worth 15X0, at,
We will -ell tha- very l»»-i mak.- ,,f Linen i '..Uaira 4 ply linen . 2 fan-
We will tell Men - 20th Century sink.- ,,t Clothing worth RO.OO. al
A line i,( 20th  Century   Clothing All thi* Seajon. Good*,  regular
I1A.0Q, tlh.isi man 180.00, in 	
We will sell :Vi Men'- Bull* in -*ri;.-.. Tweeds ami Venetian-,  regular
Ilium. M2.00 anJ 116.00 lines, ai 	
:a«i Pairs »f all W,a,l Pant., regular KM, B.80 ami «.i.i«i lines, al
We have today, placing it at a Conservative Estimate
60.ooo.oo Dollars worm oi stock
TO   DISPOSE   OF
We thank one and a loloui Many Customers lor their liberal intronage
In tbe past, and as ll Is our Intention to CLOSE OUT as quiuklv a- |aa-ailaii-
we would Is* glad 'n have you
Call Eearly and As Often As Convenient.
HILL & CO.
f&hs Iteiwpector.
 iprSfiJSi^Jfe ************* MM«HMM«M«|
sati'I'.dav. KOV. ll, 1906        at once ■ *
rrr^ rr—^rr rr-=r '  . 9
Prank Williams,  VV, A. Chls- 9
liolm. Chas. I'eyiiolris. and (ico.   A
of  Foil   Steel,', were  .ar
il:   Bishop of Marysville was
in town Friday.
| LOCAL NEWS. |ijudd
..„„a,.aiia,i.a„.,„a,aa,.a„aa„„aiii.'.   alnin"'       Inlaainess    III      I 'ranbrOolf ' ***
Mi'inlay. | J
9
For l-.'eni—A six-room cottage,
.   ,,• ., ,.   ■ -   .- ,       near 'he "Grove," al $12  per
A. \\. McVmi- was m Nelson ,,,,,„,h    Also  ,.(„„ns ,)n   A,.nl.
this week on business, strong avenae, and a small cot-
,,        „ ~„. _     . tage   near   the    freight   ,lei>ot.
Harry Barr, ol Tracy ( reek, For further particulars apply to
was in f ranbrook Monday. j0geph or Thomas Mayco
Stub Proof
*>»H»«»»MW»>t»l»»WM
A _a— Do Vou Want a —,_ Z
♦SOUVENIR
HEATER?
If So Get a Move On   !
The Souvenir Heaters are
moving ont taster than we anticipated
| J. D. McBride
J CRANBROOK, B.C. J
D. J. JOHNSON
Carptjnter '< Builder
i iood Work al
[Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Winter Schedule
Do b e Service Main I.iin
KOOTKNAY SECTION
KAST ind WEST
Connects With
IMPERIAL   LIMITED
Sleeper Service  West
suaiadani anal Tourist Sleepers leave
Bevelstoke Daily for Seattle and
Vancouver.
EAST
cock.
W, K.  McKay.   Elko,  was in
town Monday.
Coming borne!   The Spinsters
wlio held convention in this place
<:. 0. Windsor, the well known one year ilf',1"'1 vv11!:' ^terfuo
piano tuner of Nelson, was he,,. •veD< '" "1" Klondike, will re-
several days the past week. ""'"  \"".-": '"' November 23rd
wit li their husbands and hold an
other convention in Wentworth
hall.    They invite the public to
come and hear their  dellbera
lions.
Get   your   Holiday   presents,
watches, jewelry, etc. al W. V You will need one of our aplen-
Tate * Son did hot blasts.    Do it now.   Pat-
  more Bros.
H. H. Richardson, C. E   Nel    	
son. and R. Potter of Vancouver ■   ■                <
were registered at ihe Cranbrook g   1 ^^Q Cl
Monday
R. Campbell, .1. U. Drewryand
I). .1. F.lmer. all  of  Moyie, were
Cranbrook visitors Tuesday
STANDARD SLKEPERS
Leave Kootenay Landing Daily for
Medicine Hal connecting with caw for
St. Panl. Toronto, Montreal.
TOURIST SLEEPERS
Leave Medicine Hal Wednesday.
Saturday lor Toronto. Monday. Friday
fur Montreal, Friday lor Itostou
Daily Im-Si. Paul.
ATLANTIC S.S. AGENCY
Through ti.-k,-t- to and from England
and The Continent, ask tor Christmas
Sailinj;--    AH Line-i'i'|,l'csciitcd.
Kor full partleulari, tlrst class or
tourist sleeper reservatlom, apply '<'
local agenl* or write
G. SILLIER, Agent, Cranbrook
J.S.CARTER. E. .1. COYLE,
D.P.A.. Nelson.   A.G.P.A.. Vancouver
Splitting
\\ lien vim •.*«'' » good olri-
fush toned Headache thai makes
your head throb: timi your eyen
whirl Mild makea you ^i<'k to
your stomach try
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
Thev can'l hurt yon and   they
stop any liotitluche,
One Do/en In a Box 25r..
Jfitf EMrc8: Miilev "oT^ij Beattie & Atchison
Steele, were Cranbrook visitors!      Whepe |t pays ^ H^
Notice.   Wanted   al oi    I"
salespeople at Knid A' I'n's     Kx
perience not neceasary    Apply
ai once.
Constable Joe Walsh, and  li.
L. T. Galbralth, of Porl Steele,
were in Cranbrook  Tuesday  on ;
legal business.
Now is your time to seenn
your heater. We have i. gplen
did line at the lowest prices.
Pat mine Hros.
inmi« nirt^ANCY TEAPOTS
Perhaps thev don't seem to In-
when buying as they cost 25c. to 75c
per pair more than any other brands, but
one pair of Stub Proof will wear as
long as two pairs of any  other
brand.   —
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Wouldn't You Like a Nicely Decorated
Teapot at Just Half the Usual
Price.
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a       We have dozens of  designs  to
9 j choose from.     All good snd sll
Every pair Guaranteed to| Just g^ price
See our Bargain Table
G. T. ROGERS.
^ANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY.
Cranbrook, B. C.
««**+**+•*>** ******9***$***0
TO   CONTRACTORS
J. Edgar Davis
♦   Bricklayer  A
Bricklayer
Contractor
PHONE 116
Tender, will lie received by X. R.
Ilnsika. Division EliaSfl '" "P to HI,..
Nov. 13th, for the erection, eiampleiinn
and   anil   delivery   ol   two * woodeii
combined StAtlon. un,l Cu.tom Hnuasei
at the IntornBtlonsl  Boundary, 9 mlleaI    Furnace,   Boiler.   Range   and
South ..( Vahk. It.,'., on th- Vahk line, i Kirepi,tce Work a Specially. All
description of stone work under-
For further nartieulam plans. Bpeelfl-
eatlonsa upply t° undorngned or T.
Martin. Resident Rngineer, Cranbrook
Th- lowest or any tender not necef*
aarily aa pted.
X. K. ItlKMlK.S.
Lllvisiou Engineer C'.P.H.
taken.
Orders left at J. D. Mt,BRlDE,S
Will Huc-jivi' 1'iompi Attcntiun.
Beale & Elwell
't 12sv***«*,***M*l!i!%Sl*H**ffl^^ «>»«*flWIWiM^«HII-»4rr*<h«**t
Washable Kid Gloves
Baker, St. Cranbrook, B.C. ::
*   WILL   9
RENT
■1 Roomed House  x   -. ,",o
3 Roomed Knniislied House  10.00
2 Offices on Baker Streel  pi.imi
2 Koomed House  10.00
I Roomed House  Il'.oii
4 Roomed House  15,00
li Roomed House  Hi.oo
7 Roomed House  |s.0n
Large House Baker.Hill  jr..on
Handsome Offices on Baker Street.... 25.00
iiilDianiuOt
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Kid
Gloves i
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jl       We have just received a shipment of RoynleP
± |Freries   Washable   Kid  Olovee
JI fin ;dl lit;lit shades.    Price st2.oo |
Black Undressed Kid at si. so and *2.oo '
A   Guarantee   (Joes   With   Each   Pair
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REID 6t CO.
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