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Vol. IB.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, SBPTBMBBR 'J1.1UU7,
No. S8.
OIL WELLS OF THE FLA'i HKAli
First Oil Discovered on tho Amori
oan Continent   11 .mil by Indians
us a Liniment,
NnW Hull Hie I 'olllllv I'nlll'l ll
ill sessinu III ill'l'lile lllll rights III
llU'lli'l'-hip ill' He I-':l IIV I' III lllll llllll llie li'lulbeail oil liimls;ll sll trill
IllslOI'll'lil flldllllll nf these iiii
seepage* may be of iuteresl In
IIIIIUV uf llu- renders uf I be Plus
pei'llll.
It Was iu IMIti tlml I III-!
passed llii'in. Iml Hii'o- exlslniu'e
luul been,known fm■ ngos  before
Ihul     'I'be U'ouill'i s, in Slimy
Indians bail I'm' ages used the
oil inedlciinlly nr I'lilhiii' as u
liniment; Ihey were well aware
of lh,, explosive imture of the
oil.
The nil springs tiro shown on
rapt iiiii Palmia's maps uf the
Rocky Mountains, ami it was
probably Dr. Hloek. one of his
able assistants who gave tbe
name of Sage Creek to Hie ereek
on whicli the big seepage is
found. Nor must we forget Ibe
early Missionary historians of a
long vanished pnst. Father De-
Smet and Revallic, llie latter iu
Ins work mentioned the oil
springs, also the fact, that some
day they will have great value.
This was long before the discovery of oil in Pennsylvania.
The oil wells of the Flathead
must rank us the lirst discovered
on the American Continent,—
Michael Philllpps.
Shot at Boy.
Fabbio Lino, of Marysville up
before .1 udge Armst rong Wednesday charged with shooting a boy
named Rexford Bitters. It was
developed at the trial thul. Lino
was examining a 22 rifle, and
that the boy grabbed the gun
which was discharged, tho ball
striking the boy in the face making a severe wound. Lino was
discharged.
Town Topics.
A moral wave has struck
Cranbrook—in spots; according
to the Herald its route agents
are working overtime and
getting some free advertising.
Its play is to see that the town
does not do on Sunday what the
"de gang" do noi '.ike; and lo
make it stick, ollicers who don't
belong to the wave, and whose
brand of morality is not the same
as the "old man's" layoff.
Some ignorant and narrow-
miided people object to these
waves, but if Ihey would recall
the old adage: "an idle brain is
the devil's workshop." They
would probably realize thai it   is
a good thing these | pie have
something to do. Let'er wave
Old Man.
The hack room, adjoining lhe
ollice of the Cosmopolitan Hotel
is a favorite resort for the old
fellows who have passed I be heyday of life, in grit politics, and
whose minds turn backward to
lhe things of this world and for.
wurd to the nexl, and the lung
evenings ure conducive to congeniality there. And "Fee's"
quaint philosophy, in grit
matters, is never ending as the
years go by, and as his hair
grows whiter and more wisdom
comes.
A few evenings ago wlien the
chairs were all tilled nnd the
tobacco smoke oozed out through
the cracks the coming Dominion
election was being discussed
with a wisdom that Conservative
aspirants might take pointers
from.
They all agreed that the present member wus down and out,
that he was not qualified lo meet
the needs of the Kootenays; that
what wus needed is a much
younger mun and one more in
touch with the spirit of the times,
in which Fred. .1. Deane of the
Nelson Daily News, uud Old man
Simpson were mentioned as
possible    candidates.     At    the
suggestion ol these uanies. the
Czar, became enthusiastic und
leclm-ed Ihal Fred. Deane was
no good, be was loo d d hones!,
lie tuaile all bis money out ul* llu
I'hluese when nu Hie Chinese
i-uniiiiiasiuu. and thai whal we
wanted down there was suiue nf
llinse ci'uokcd rascals, same a-
Emerson, Charlie llyiiinn ami
others What's that? asked ii
new I'oci'ull iii iIn* 4iiii parly.
We waul sli-c mums people.
sins iiie t'znr, people thai is
Irylng in pul nu u I'linr by six
siyle wilh a Iwo by 1'uur salary.
Deane ilnn'l keep Ills hole card,
Ibe     Cl'OW's      Nesl     tints!       Ce.
covered, and every body  liunws
bis band
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
POLICE COURT KEPOKT
H. Lester Had Two  Wives-
Handy With Knife.
Was
.1. MacCorniack. who isn handy
man with u knife, wus charged
by Constable Adueyof Wardner,
with cutting one, D. Morgan, on
September Kith at Wardner
Morgan was loading logs, when
MacCorniack came along and got
into a tight with his helper, in
trying to pari the combatants,
he was stabbed in tbe. wrist and
bund by MacCorniack. Mac-
Cowlick was given n preliminary
hearing before Judge Arnold on
Thursday, not finding sufficient
evidence to send him up to the
County courl for trail, discharged
liim.
B. Lester a young man from
the laud of the brave aud the
free, was up before judge Wilson, on Thursday, charged with
noil-supporting his wife and
family.
Lester has heen employed us a
yard switchman for several
months, having tired of living
single he wired for his wife to
come to Cranbrook. Mrs.
Lester arrived on No. 5. Monday
morning being met at Ihe depot
by Lester. When No. 7 arrived,
i lady aud two children got off
and went to one of, the hotels,
then commenced to inquire if a
mun by the name of B. Lester
wus in town. She learned that
he wus stopping at another hotel
with his wife. Wife No. one who
arrived on No. 7 has a marriage
certificate and three children to
support her claim to the muchly
married mun. As Lester's
offence has been committed in
the United States the courts
here have no jurisdiction. Mrs.
Lester No 1 laid an information
charging Lester with non support, the case came up before
Judge Wilson Thursday who
finding liim guilty as charged,
gave him a year at hard labor in
the Nelson jail.
May Visit the Kootenays.
It is announced that Hon.
Win. Templeman, minister of
Inland Revenue and Mines, will
shortly visit tho Kootenays
devnling some time to the study
of the requirements and resources uf this pa'-l of the province witli reference to his
depart mental work as head of
the new mines department.
The Prospeotor Wonders.
If the Vancouver World has
discovered another false alarm
regarding the Conservative party
in this province.
Which will it be; " Jimmy"
Deane or "Old Man Simpson"
that secures the Grit nomination
for the Kootenays in the Dominion House.
If Sir Thomas Lipton with a
four leaf Sham rock can lift the
" Mug of America."'
If the Hindoo and Ibe Jap-do
have to skiddoo from llritish
Columbia.
How many nf the " Hig Seven"
will be retired lo oblivion nexl
spring.
If the megaphone spealers of
the Grit party will ever cease to
push "Hill" Teiupleinnii along
the slimy road to party greatness
Visitors Here and There   People
Who lioiiie to Cranbrook and
Those Who Uo Away.
.Ins. Nell of Wattsburg was  in
Hie eiiy Wednesday oii business,
A  C  Illume ul* Nelson wns in
ihe eiiy Friday,
Mrs So-ilicr of Klinbnrley was
shopping al Cranbrook Friday.
P, McLean of  Marysville   was
a Cranbrook visitor Friday,
A. Mel loi'of Marysville was In
lhe city Fridav on business.
A. Grenior went to Marysvllli
Thursday nn business.
Rd, Feagan nf Marysville win-
in town Friday un business.
This is the limn uf Ihe year
iluu all chimneys should be
cleaned,
B0AK1) OF TRADE MEETING
li is quite approprlali
Hu- national mini  iu a Hm
money scarcity.
ii|ieii
f
Patmore   Hros,
Plumbers.
Tinners   ami
R. Hirtz of Elko, was In the
cily Thursday on business.
Mrs. Smith and child nf Fernie
were in the city Thursday,
Be it ever so Scotchy there's
no place like Cranbrook.
B. H. Short, the painter, was
engaged this week in painting
tbe Imperial bank building.
Mr. A. McBride of Calgary.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. McBride
visited Nelson tliis week.
Cranlirook is pretty, so our
visitors all say. and so we all
say.
Mrs. F. Jones and Mrs. Keid
of Swansea were shopping at
Cranlirook Monday.
I. Gusty, of Fernie. representing P. Burns St Co., was in the
city Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O'Hearn
returned to Cranbrook Tuesday
from a summers visit to Jaffray.
Wallace Murphy of Toronto,
representing the Barber, Ellis
Co., was in the city Thursday.
Master Mechanic D. Cllusford
will move his family to Cranbrook in the near future.
0. J. Johnson, a mining man
from Moyie was iu the city
Thursday.
In the mechanics department
on the Crow line tlie men have
been cut to nine hours per duy.
S. Muier of Calgary, of the
deputy master mechanics staff
has been transferred to Cranbrook.
Indian Agent R. L. '1'. Gal-
braith and Geo. Geary of Fort
Steele were Cranbroolt visitors
Thursday,
Mrs. E. Elwell and son who
have been visiting friends at
Ca'gary, returned home Thursday.
Fred. Bowman of Jaffray was
in town Thursday in connection
with tlie Oil laud cases now being
tried in the county court.
A. C. Day of Nelson, and T.
P. Bowen of Hamilton were
guests al the Cranbrook Thurs-
duy.
H. Ordway of Wardner, .1. .1.
Hums nf Medicine Hat. and S.S.
Taylor of Nelson were registered
at Hie Cranbrook Thursday,
Wanted; -Profitable proposition onon
for reliable man acquaint i-i! aniline fruit
growers and with ability us sub'sinan.
I'llll or pari time, State ago, experience and ri-fereiietia. llrown Urns. 1 lo.,
Nurserviin-u Ltd., Brown's Nurseries,
Onl.
TheC. P. R, Steamship ilepl.
announce the winter rules ou
their Atlantic Steamers which becomes effective at once, usually
these rates do not come into
otlect before Nov. 1st. This
affords uu excellent opportunity
for au An Iiiiii n trip In the Old
Country, ut greatly reduced
rules, with unexcelled Hrsl class
accommodation
G.   E.   Henderson,   of    Kcloit
Iowa, 11, Schiillzuud N. Andrews
of Alma Center, Wis., came in
on the Flyer Thursday. The
party left during Hie afternoon
for Hull Kiver lu inspect tlie
property of Hie Hull Kiver
Power und Mining Compuny.
ti. Mallalndiiinn, ami T
Roberts lefl mi Wednesday for
iln- Windermere country.
Vi. E. Cline has been promoted
io ihe position iif assistant chief
dispatcher.
Elghloen Cruubrooklles were
registered al Hie Drlard Hotel,
Victoria, nue day lasl week.
II. Stewart will leave un tomorrow's train ou a visil lo the
Coasl. lie will be away for
several weeks,
S ,1. Mighton, Hie tobacconist
has increased the size of liis store
and now has one of the largest and
prettiest stores in Cranbrook.
Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper and
Lady Tupper were guests at the
Royal this week. Sii- Charles is
attending a sitting of lhe County
court,
Wm. A. Leonard of Tobacco
Plains, and .1. C. Leonard of
Swifl Current were at Cranbrook
Thursday attending a sitting nf
Hie county court.
.1. G. Bury. General Manager
of lhe Western division of the
C. P. II., R. J. Jainieson, General
Superintendant of Western lines,
mid Master Mechanic W. Wood-
house, arrived at Cranlirook on
Monday. The parly were making an inspection of tlie Crow
Hue.
The McClary Manufacturing
Company makers of the celebrated Kootenay Range are running
a series of advertisements iu the
Prospector. It will pay you to
follow up and read what they
hnve to say, and remember that
Patmore Bros, are their agents
for this district, and will be
pleased to show the real article,
Hob Macplierson does not appear to have such a strong voice
in Ottawa as he had when the
mob tackled the Japs in his
adopted city. Like many politicians he tries to please all
parties. This cannot be done,
and has a tendency to make a
liar out of the man who attempts
it and cause the muscles of his
spine to run together until be is
despised by friend and foe.—The
Ledge, Greenwood.
Off the Track.
The east bound llyer on Tuesday morning was partially
derailed by running into a rock
slide about two miles east of
Michel. The engine left the
track, No one was injured. A
wrecking crew, after several
hours of hard work replaced the
engine on the track, in tbe mean
time a grading outfit built a
leinporary I rack around the
slide.
Methodist Church.
The Subject at the Methodisl
Church next Sunday night will
he 'The Man WlioSlewthe Lion.'
Epworlli League on Wednesday at eight,
Service at Wattsburg nn
Thursday al 7:50.
Labor Dispute.
Discrimination in Express Marges
Mail on the Soo Line
A mooting uf ihe Cratibrook
Board of Trade was hold in  lhn
Council chamber ou   Thursday
evening,    Vlce-pres,, .1  < I    Mc
I III I lum occupied   the  chair  ami
W. T Rold unted as secrolnry,
Mr. McCallum addressed ihe
meeting explaining that the rib
iiti in calling the meeting was
tn bring before ihe proper
authorities lhe mallei* "f ex
cessive express charges over the
Spokane [nternatlonal ami tlio
Sou Line, between Spokane uml
Cranbrook.
The presenl express charges
from Spokane in Cranhrook a
♦2.110 per hundred, while Hie
charges from Spokane tn Fernie,
no miles further, are only ♦1,50
per bund i'i-ii A resolution was
adopted, and the secretary instructed to write the Railway
Commissioners at Ottawa, informing them of tliis discrimination iu rates iu favor of Fernie,
also asking for their assistance
in securing for Crunbrook the
free delivery of all express
matter consigned in Hie residents
of this cily.
The secretary was also Instructed to write the Dominion
authorities, and the Railway
Commissioners, asking thein lo
institute u mail service over the
Soo-Spokane lo all points in tlie
Crow's Nesl Pass.
The secretary was nlso instructed to semi a circular letter
to every Hoard of Trade in tbe
Pass notifying them of the discrimination as to express charges
lo points along the Crow Line.
A cominillee of three were
appointed to interview the City
Council regarding the erection of
a mineral cabinet displaying the
production of the district.
ileliea.-ies, such as chicken, pro
served fruil uml homo made
broad Tin- Men's Hiblc Class
ran a refreshment counter w ii h
considerable success, uml iln-
evening was much oiijn* edby nil
present,
Tin- Pusi,,i- « ishes !'■ I hank nil
whn kindly nssisii',1 in sending
gifts, mul w Im in any Way Imv '-
coulrlhiiled In He- silei essuf Ihe
occasion,
doming Election.
Hiiiinle
Will Arbitrate.
Barrister .1. A. Harvey of
Crunbrook and S. S. Taylor of
Nelson have been selected to
arbitrate a dispute between the
St. Eugene Mining Co. ami the
miners employed by them. A
third arbitrator has been selected, who if agreeable to bnth
parties will act.
The mailer in dispute is:
"that on May 1st 1907 tho miners
demanded au increase nf wages,
tlie company agreed to the increase, and in June paid said increase of wages, tbe company
have notified the men that here
after tho wage list that was in
force prior to May will be reinstated. The miners have agreed
lo arbitrate the matter.
lu Ihe Dispute between the
llilrrest Coal company and the
U. M. Vi. A. which is to be
invested by au arbitration board
under the labor disputes ant, lho I both the louder and tho inomburs
govornmonl has appointed I''. II. Uro In he congriiluluted upun Hie
Sherman a member of the hoard j successful results of thoir conirl-
Harvest Festival Services.
The Methodist church was
prettily decorated throughout
last Sunday in connection with
Ihe special Harvest Festival
services. Tbe rostrum was
tilled witli a choice collection of
large vegetables sent by tbo
principal growers in tlie neighbourhood, and light and graceful
arches decorated with vines and
flowers made a mosl pleasing
effect across the frum nf the pub
pit. and over the organ in Hie
ehoiralcove. The windows wore
tastefully trimmed wilh hops and
strings of cranberries, while in
the lower pari rows of s] linen
vegetables were appcllsingly displayed.
The choir was specially
augmented for the occasion, and
lo represent Hn- men ami ,1.   li.
McDonald,   superintendent    at
llilcresl  lo   represent  the  company,   Nn meeting Ot these ineiii-
bution In lhe services ul* Ihcilny.
The Pastor preached morning
and evening, llu- theme lieiug
the wisdom of God as shew forth
hers bus I n had In euileavur tn! in all llis Works.
select the third member, ll isi On Monday evening the goods
hardly likely Ihey will agree and j were sold by auction ami t|tillo u
the govornmonl will doubtless rospectablo sum wus roallzod Tor
appoint the presiding member, tlie church funds. Much amuse.
The meetings will mosl likely he menl was caused by the recipient
liillliliies uf campii
from lui- ensl, tire beginning i"
reach Hie ems nl lirillsji I 'nliini
bia. Another Dominion eluclinn
is approaching nml Hon, 1,' 1.
Bordon is well stnrled mi his
trip to ihis province, lb- «ill
sponk lu Hie i Iporti House nl
Cranbrook, Oct, Isi. The mosl
import unl rally in the Koolonnys
will take place in Cranbrook,
where he will be surrounded by
some of the mosl brilliunl mon
of British Columbia. While in
British Columbia Mi-. Borden
will he aceotupuineil by Ihe Hon.
Richard McBride, the premier.
Together Ihey will hold meetings
throughout the province, pie
paring the people for lhe forthcoming political eiiiiiliat by
bringing them closer in touch
with whal has been transpiring
in the public affairs of the Dominion during tin' past four
years.
Mineral Float.
Tin* pasl youi hus witnessed
more permanent development
and has produced more good
results in the mining districl of
Cranbrook than any previous
year.
A prominent mining man who
has just ret uracil from an eastern
visit thinks Ihal the coining year
will see u great Improvement in
lhe mining industry of the Cranbrook ilisirict.
Everything seems to indicate
Hull this much favored dislriel.
Cranbrnnk, is on tbe threshold of
a new era. With the construction
of railways in Hu- Kootonay
valley, the uew order nf things
will have fairly begun, and liy
mid-summer next year, unless all
signs fail, llu' Crunbrook district
would he bounding along witli a
rapidity of progress such as Hie
district has never previously experienced before.
Simpkins Is At Juneau.
Juneau, Alaska. Sept. in,
Jack Simpkins, who was badly
wanted by the state of Ohio as a
witness in the recent trial of
William D. Haywood, was recognized by several persons on the
streets of Juneau a few nights
ago. Be disappeared as soon us
be beard lhat lie hail been
recognized, Simpkins had heen
a pal of Harry Orchard, who
was the leading witness lur the
prosecution against Haywood."
It is said that hu was in Caldwell at the time of the explosion
of the bomb thai killed former
CONVENTION OF EDITORS
ii'   Allierta   Press  Association
Meet ;it Cranbrook   Make
business Pact.
Tin- fourth annual convention
ul Hu- AHiertu Press association
opened hi i In- I Ipern House on
Friday afternoon, Mtin.i editors
Iniin Alberta ami British Columblu were iii attendance,
'I'lir convention was nailed to
ni-ili-i by Fred, Simpson, of the
Crtinbronk Herald, presldeni ui
Hn- association. I ns iug in i he
ni.s ■,•.,: Mayor Fjnlny, alderman .1 I' Fink welcomed the
visitors, in Crunbrook This
was replied In on lliu purl ul the
association by D. II Ellon ul ihe
Curdslon Star, Cardston,
Alberta.
'I'lu- president's annual address
followed a forcible plea I'm' eo
operation among newspapermen.
Brief talks by iwo veteran newspapermen. Di*. Wat! ol Fori
Steele, ami A. It. Grace uf Cran
brook followed, Cnpt. T. II.
Thomas of lhe Alberta Mail, of
Cninrose. addressed the convention mi Hie subject of "What
iuake.su country newspaper pay"
He was followed by ti .1. Dean
of the Nelson Daily News on
"Moral courage uf editors."
Tlie election nf ollicers then
followed ami resulted in ihe
following being elected; Hon.
president I''. I'i. Simpson, ('ran
brook; president ll. II. Elton,
Cardston; lirst vice-president, I-'.
,1. Deane nf Nelson: second vice-
president, A. D. Watt of
Edmonton; Third vice-president.
.1. A. Kerr, Leduc, Alia.: secretary, 'I'. B. Thomas ol Catnrose,
Alia : exei-utiv iniuiltee.   W.
I,. Amy. Medicine Hal; Hub
Edwards, Calgary; E. G. Foster,
Medicine Hal: E. .1 l-'rwaiu.
Innisfail. Alia.; ami A. 11. Grace
of Cranbrook.
The nexl business was the
selection uf the place lui- the
nexl annual convention, I''. .1.
Deane suggested Nelson, and
dipt, Thomas, Cam rose, Alia.,
on a ballot  being taken  Nelson
WUS selecl ed
(in motion it was agreed lo
change tin' name of ihe association from the Alberta Press
Association, in the Alberta and
Eastern British Columbia Press
Association, 'I'he convention
ihen adjourned.
I )u i'i nii I he even ing the visitors
were entertained ;u a smoking
Conccrl in ihe Opera House by
the business men of Cranbrook.
Those in attendance were D.
II. Elton, Cardston; I). C. McMillan. Calgary: W. C. Hunter,
Calgary: E. .1. Fream,   Innisfail:
I-'. H. Schooly, Lni ibe;  ft. .J.
Smyth. Moyie; .1. A. Ken-, Leduc;
W. Avery. Medicine Hal: A. B.
Watt. Edmonton; ti. G. Forster,
Medecine Hat; W. c. Lawry
Leduce; F. .1. Deane. Nelson; T.
Thomas, Catnrose; I-'. E.
Simpson and A. It. Grace of
Cranbrook. D. V, Mott of Fernie and .1. Ryan nf Cranbrook
represented Hie Spokesman-Re-
Governor   Steuneubei'g.      'I'I 	
slate wanted Simpkins io glve|vl9Wof Spokane, Wash., Dr, II.
corroborative evldonce, A bigMVatt oI l'"1'' Steele, uiul .John
reward was offered fm- Ins cap   Hutchinson of Crunbrook.
attorney      ^   session   was   held   in   Hie
A. A. Crano
iu iln- now famous case, is ox-1Oporn    House    on     Saturday
pected al Juneau sunn,  accord-
ing in reports.
Will Build Warship at Once.
Portsmouth,   England,   Sept.
ID.- 'I'he plans foi- a new vessel
of Hie Droiidnatiglil clans htivo
been received here, accompanied
by orders In t-uiuiueiicc building
lhe warship immediately Hor
displace menl will be lil 1100 Inns,
nun tons greater than ihe newly
lautichod Bollophoson uiul Turn
mural ro.
Thanksgiving   Day   on   October
Illst.
Ottawa,   (im.
•pi
Thanksgiving day  will  I b
served on Thursday, Ociolior HI,
Au order in council in ihis uffocl
held ul. Frank. • Frank Paper,    [competition    for   some  nf  ihe was passed today
 'tiing, when  I-'. .1, Smyth nf
Moyie addressed the convention,
having fui' a subject "How tu
make it stick."
Messrs Deane, Eliun. Amy,
Thomas, Kerr, uml Avery wore
discussing the question nf
"Foreign nml Local udvortlslng,
wlien iim convention adjourned
iu in.'et again un h,,. Kusknnook,
whi'ii ile following resolutions
woro pusseii uml adopted;
' "nih I nn I'iiku :i.
Will llritlgo the Moyio.
11 H, Poppard uf Missoula has
n' trad fm- ihe btillillug uf u
new bridgo across lhe Moyie
river south nf ihe International
hi dury  in   liluhu,   'i'i,,,   now
bridge will eusl ♦8,200, ami will
be a combination bridge uf stool
and w I, win, pi,.|'S 0f concrete THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK ll C    SEPT   21   1007
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GASOLINE   ENGINE
SATURDAY, SKPT, 21, 1UU7
I
1
' ■ ^ 11 l'l pnlil icill bee. buzziil!.' ill   ,,
I . ,    Canadian murkel for I amid inns
thu bonnet's ni cot-tain
editorial politicians In tho Koote
nays, will have lo wail until next
sprint: before aspirants for
parliamentary honors ran starl
tho "Hoi Air" movoinenl iu tho
banniin bell.
worthy  motives  in Ihoso   w
have lhe besl inleii-slsiil Hu-ilis ift
tricl at heart, and loprosiiniuthe ft
existonco  ul   Inlluoticos   which ft
have iie\ or existed. ft
ft
Tlie iiiiinuiaciiires ul  Cuiuidii 9        '' s •' sl I"'1'1"'-! riimihig ongiuo you can got,    Thew
are uniting   In   duiuanding   of 5g lllll'sl 0,l,lill »t Tor sawing wood. j|
parliaraoiil   a    higli   protective j| THE HEST IS Tni3 CHEAPEST 9
Itariff   111   urili'i    in   koop   tbo t niiTiiArtr     r.-...     „,     ,.      ,,   ..      „   .  ft.
» nn i ii/vnr     i-\sT\*\t~.   n i Roofing, Heat-H
Hlnwer Work.    H
*
1 PATMORE BROS, tt
H.I     Vl.'KN'l'S
bia'lho PallVill 'lliuoti/'says **************  ************
that, "ii is the fairest and  rich
Professional.
Harvey, MoCarter k Maedonald
BARRISTERS ANO SOLICITOUS
CRANBROOK, B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook *   * British Columbia
est    pus
Empire
sum   ol   the    llriiisli
:♦
1 L,h:i;. ttl^ flrcliteni Policies
fr    Vtchisou lasl weok bore u card
.   marked        "from       Simpson's     (lux) Per Year KhinM.lXi pi-i  *v>-,'li
,   baiianii ranch      This bunch  ol   ■""' *'"'■"" lll"-,-li l; N
t    P.O. MD.V 88     ARMSTRONG AVENUE     PHONE 111    ^   banana's was surrounded bj   al ,,.,,„, sh.KNKS1, ,.01,„.,
ft; a ft; a ft a ft a*: 9 ft 9 9   ftft7zft:a'ft:ft7ft^:ftl*ft*ft   !"'»• which the • forgol   to     .-...,,,„„"'
uscribe  Iho  words  "Champion   ., i »,., i,
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FORT STE
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BREWING CO., E
II,.;   Vil   Vrtisl
...
Ii is .i 'ail   thai   the  i-ailwaj s
which   traverse Ihe   Kootenay s
♦ ive    uui    lukon     a      goner
m ous     und     prop - ess -. o     atti
* i« -   Is  ilns   ilisirict, but
.!- i.   tXli; MN'lTV
•;  IKI    -  - i-l'lll
We are Local Dealers for the Renowned
REMTICO
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES
Mr-tiul-i. turod In  the
Remington Typewriter Company
(Incorporated)
FERNIE, B.C
         , ,.,.,„,,     ,,,v.,,    ♦ ered uud   hampered
♦   MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE    ♦    ..    , x        f    „ ,(ll ,„,,,.. !„,„,
BEER |  PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLE!
Bottled beer for faniilj
u>e a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEEI
•I
<\v and grow ug indusl rv.
P, O.  BOX 812      U
TELEPHONE   NO,  I      f
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X Exi ess   <       reighl    charges
J hll                            ,     ■   every   line
o sport;    ni.    in the Koole
. -           nu •chant   and    mine
X tiers 1 - eu   loaded  down
♦ is                  reight  rates
XI thai -   ess  aud   mine
x
ft
ft and  settle-
X -    thensl Kootenay has
Fred. W. Swain
DISTRICT   WIKNT
LOCAL AOEN I  WANTED
Cranbrook, B.C., Armsl i-ong Av.
X    «->       .    c,       .      m-» . r~< i   .   ,       9 ght to ulmosl a stand
2   Fort   Steele Brewing Co.. I^td.    X
J ft j still failure      tne C.   I
L. CLAPP
a,**********************
id usl iug fri
W   ROLLIN5
a
■ssily   Of
iver  the
GranDrooK
t% Livery
GEAKY & DOYLE, PHOP'S
Teams and drivers furnished   for  any   poinl  in the dis-
[ tricl.
A. DOYLE. Manager
-'•"::■:■::,:! "„v:h;*t-
Kemtico  Paragon  Ribbons
in all  colors   and   for
all makes ol typewriters.
Remtico Paragon, Red Seal
and Billing Carbons—of
different weights suited
for all classes of work.
All Remtico Typewriter
Supplies are known as
the Highest Grade
Goods Manufactured.
ate
i 'row's  Ni sl   Branch,  that   the
 5 0]   the districl   could    CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
something   over   a    hare District of Kootenay,
existence.
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C
Lighted   By  Electricity       k.
Heated By Hot Air 111
illi
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   EOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
ftftftftft;4ft:4:4:4ft:9ft;9;ft:9:ft.9ft:;9ft a ♦ a ftft
ft: *
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ft
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9s
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Draying a Specialty
Just received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages.
A fine line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
The more the snow piles upon
the mountains, the more the
smiles pile up on the face of the
wood man.
.  .  .
According lo reports from
Ireland the new cup challenger
will be called Shamrock IV.
Upton always wanted a four
leal shamrock and   now he  will
imilil	
...
Judging from  lhe reports of
the weal her prophets, Hie Indian
summer will be warmer than the
pasl summer.
...
Siuiie men are born great,
siiine achieve greatness, and
some just have the big head and
strenuous voice,
...
What is lo be depreciated  in
CIO TO THE
iM Kootenay
DYE HOUSE
i GRANBROOK TRADING GO.:
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1 LEflU HENDERSON |
DYEING and CLEANING
N'othing  tine  or coarse, large
n- small iimi we I'iiimul handle,
We ftlso Do Dry Dijeino
i Iftice .1   Leask*, Tailor
i.lVI-; US ,\ TRIAL,
FASHIONABLE TAIL I      |
Always Up-to-Date
l„.,„„„i.,„„„H^H*
I ["THE PflLM"!
£ Granbrook, -      - B.C. =s
^unUUiUlUiUiniiUuaiiuiuiiiiiiiUiHutauiuUiuuii-,
CANDY KITCHEN
—a »-
► '      "IHU    -I   flllU'J   IlllMlf  *
J Ilim Hum, mill ui 'l'l,.- I'iiiiii. J
•►   American Beauty       Golf Girl   4
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% ABATTOIR ANO COLD STORAGE        CALGARY. ALTA 3 \     ""'" s""»"  Oom Band  J
£ 3S        All 1 iivirni'vi jinil nil I-'m-bIi. «
t 3*4
£     FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER     I j '     '!r™"«ii" s |
|      A nice Roast of Veal      1 \ "THE PflLM" I
£      or   a   Leg-   of  Lamb
== l    TELEPHONE NO. 141.    J
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SVRRSH   ROCS    i;OVKi:\M|.;\T CUKAMKI."!   Ill   II I.l: 3 "
£
£
Cordwood for Said
5      I mn pi'ujmrod lo supply, good
Tuku notice that Robert Little of
Fori .Sti't'k-, niTiipiiii'iii prospHi'ior. intends to npply for u special licence over
tin- following deacrlbed lumls : Commencing nt a post planted one mile
west of the Mouth west cornor of T. I-
7203 issued to o.S. Friz/ell, thenco west
80 chains,thonco south 80 chnins, thence
easl XO chains, tlience north MO chains.
Kobert I.ink*.
Located June 5, lliiiT; registered
June 20,1907. The time for the commencement of the publication of ihis
notice ia extended until tho 19th. day
of September 1907.
J. F. Amstrong.
Assistant   Commissioner of
Lanils and Works. 37
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District- of Kootenay.
Take notiee thai Robert Little of
Fort Steele, occupation prospector, intends to apply for a special timber
licence ovor the following described
lands: Commencing at tt post planted
at the north easl corner of T. L. 7292
issued to C. W. Wilson, thence south
16(1 chains, thence oast 40chains,tbenoo
nortli 160 chains, thence wost 40 chains
Robert Little.
Located .June ft, 1907. Registered
June 20,1907. The lime for the commencement of the publication of this
notice is extonded until the 19th.. day
September 1907.
.1. F. Armstrong,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands
and Works. :!T
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£\?. BURNS & CO., LtcLi^.-"' , "■.£.«.«■
XX. ^iquiinliiv      Loavo  orders   with
\ZZ        Head Office, Main Office for Enst Kootenay,       :3  ,     ...   ,,                                     ,,    ,
ST       Oalgary, Albertu Oranbrook, B. c                   3     ' J    Uu'-'"y^  ,l11, P'^cor, liealo
IS §   A   Kluoll.
^auiiiiuuiuiiuuiuiiiiuaiu^iuuiuiiuiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^
NOTICE.
Notice Is lioroliy glvon tlmt 1-lilrty tlnys nfwi
Otite l intonil to Hpjily to tliu Clilof Coinmls
siniii'i' of LuihIh nm! WoHjs for ii licence U
prospect (or cosl nmi pitrolcmn on llio follow
iiiK auwrlbnl truci or luml sltiiiiteil in tlio tils-
trlot of Kust Koolenny, Klh Itlvor Vulloy, bo.
Kltlllillj: ill H post pllli'i-il ill UlO Iiorlli IVOSl   "'oi
hit of l.nl BltO tlionco running nortli mi ulmlns
iiii'iu'i' i null hi',' wi'>i 80 rliullis, tlionoo soiilli Bl
ulmlns, thonoo nmn Ing oust ho uhnlnslo tin
iiliiiv of ciiiiuiii'iu'i-iiii'iii, uonltilntng ino ncroi
mor > or loss.
l,onui'.l tills '.".'ml itny of iVlignst, UK), b)
r i; Konimtoti
m .i \v. Onrtlnor, Agcni
NOTICE.
N'oiii'ij i> liorohy given tlmt thirty ilnys nftoi
■lute l Inlontl to npply tn tha Chlof Cotninli-
-.nun-I*  n|   l.iiihls nml   Works  ror ii  Huoiicu li
pri-si'c->i.ori-im! mnl I'L'lrnloiiii) on tlio rollowlni
iii'HcriiH'ii tract of luml Hliunto:! in tlio tltstrlui
of KiihI Kootonuy, Klk Hiver Vulloy, boglimhn
ul ii post I'li'iii'"! nt Uo- V VV. corner of Lot St
situ, llionco ruiinliijj nouth SO ohnlns, thonco nn
in-.- nest so i'liuins tlionoo running north si
riiuliiH. tlionoo running enst 80 ehuhis to pluoi
nl cninti ''ilii'iii coutuliilng 010 neres more oi
l.oriilcil tills '."JniI <li|l of August liy
ii. ,\ Itobortson
x. ,i  VV, tliirtlnor, Ai'i'in.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRTCT.
District of Kooicmiy.
Take notice that II Stewart,ofl.'rui
In-ook occiipnlion coul factor, lliteliils i
upply for a spcriiil liuilier lici'iii" ove
iln- I'ollouir;- dcHerlhed lands:
<'oiniiiciiciiio 111,11  pOSl   plllllll'll III   III
N,   W. corner of  Itloak  S3JII,   ilium.
north nuclmiiiH, Ho- wusl 10 cliitlm
ihe • north dOehulnsi ihunce nisi  ■'>
.'lijiiiis,   theuee   mtitli  IK)   chuitis   nml
thenee wusl 11 ehains to place of com
IMCIICCIMClll.
6lias. l Reid & Co
colW;1 STATIONERY and DRUG.S
PHONE  56,
The Quality Store    I
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two things that can't ho liral
GOLD SEAL TEA
ANIi
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Leave your order for Preserving Fruits al Campbell    '"
& Manning they will ]irote-'t you.
iJo^^i^^^^^^^^^^ii......^S^j^i....^S5^S^^^^
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone ."". Head Offlee Calgary.
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS   IN
AU Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. .  .
Our meal is always fresh, as all our heof is killed in
Cranbrook.
.......... t...1 ■ n .n...... ■ ii.iii,,..,,,, samaasft^nm '
H CRANBROOK
I     '«" HOTEL ,
1 tlulllllll Sl.-ujii-l.
B. S, Baron    i   Dutmi Aut-um 2:i, 10117, Ut
^**
Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection %
m
Noai'osl to railroad depot,   llus accommodations   inr   Un'   public   unequalled   iu '(})
Crunbrook.
,,,, HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    \
(feHot .ind Cold Haths Proprietors s|
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'llllXH HI I'.O, I'llIX HUB
I'l.iiis, Spccilicatinns
;iih1 Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
C. H. DUNBAR
HAIIUISTKI*, SOLICITOR
mul NuTAIIV I'lllll.III.
Oranbrook, B.C
G. H. Thompson
~5*   IIAIIHIS'I'KH * SOI.II-nilll
^771*}   NHT.MIV I'l'lll.li!
OFFICE   KEID   BUILDING
CIl'llllbl'Dok,  ll.C.
THOMAS    Mi'VITTlH
P.U.S. (V C.B.
Port Sttieli' ll.C.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Phusician and siironon
ilFI-'irn MIMSTIIONO  AVI-:.
Iliirus:   II ui II ii.iii.  2 ml |i.in.
7 10 H |i.ni.
PIlOIIG Oflico 10,*.     Ki-riidi-ni'i' lull
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. 15.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot every l-'t-liliiy at 8 p.m.
Visiting   Brothers Cordially   Invltoil
Chas. smith. \v. Prculilont
M. 1). IIii.i.iniis, Sooy.
Aorlo Physlolan, P. o. Ilns 28,
^Mffl,m\ltoWM1tUmmitMUMist4i,
I Rocky Mountain Chapter t
1 NO. 125.  R, A, M. *
2 Regular moettnge:—2nd Thos-
% day In each month al. eight
'•S   ii'i'loek.
I
Sojourning Companions  are
ordially invited.
Wm. V. Tate, Scribe E,
Box 4       ORANBROOK, II. 0.       %
ANCIENT ORDER 1 FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS  3X1)   ANIi  4TH   THDRSDAVS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   ln-el horn   coi'dlally   Invited
C. K..    IV. p. MACDONALD
Sooi-etary, \V. HENDEBSON
gmmmT*T*mnm»TmTitniTiT"mtnnmii
I Tonsorial Parlor I
For a Cool and Clean Sbave
Or a Fertect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
|",Tn Walter B.Wng „?,&■■{
E    Bakor Street, Cranbrook, B.C.    ;
JiiiiiixikikikikiiiiikkkikiiiiikiiikiixkikiiiiHil
W. R. BEATTY
UndertHker(
Ktn liul mop,
I-'unurnl Director
CKANHKOOK, Hi'.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sti'imi  Boilers und Fiii'iinoe Woi'h a
Spi'i'lally.
Cost und Slock Estimates
l-'uriiislii'il Upon Application,
P.O. Box 834.   Cranlirook, B.G.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Prloe
Office and Workshop Lewis St
"'9 Cline
'llll Ill MalllKilill llarlii-l Sllujl
i'lll IV Im rtillllil III Ilia
5 MANI'J'OIIA llu'l'Kl,
t'li-Hi.i'Iiihh Wni-k lunll lii'iineliiw
of tlio
Tonsorial Art
i*m**9**m***ftm*lm*l THE PROSPEOTOR, CRANBROOK, M C, SEPT, 21, 1907
,1V Steel Range _
Fresh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
■ of the oven door, and the
cooking- fumes carried out
: through another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows in
illustration.
show method
^ of ventilation.) *
^The air in the"
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of   every
artiole is
completely
retained.
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
FR EE
Booklet
on sequest
o
Salvation ftnnii Barracks
I'ATMOKK 1IAI.I.
■iilulllV >i'f\'ii'i-s:
Alli-i-nii.-ii • - So'olock
Kvpuln-i - - So'clook
Sunday Seliool iii 1.45 |i.in.
.Meetings li'-lil ever-   night   In  i
ii-i-k .-m-i-|.i Moudit., in 8 p.m.
Methodist Churoh,
Roiikht lliius. Paator
Sunday Morning Sui-vlee ai 11 a.m.
l-'iillowsliip meetinu - - 12-lfi a.m.
Sunday Seliool anil Bible Class 3 |i.in.
A special Invitation is given to
young men to attain] the pastors
Iiiiiii- class.
MCCLARYS
LONDON. TORONTO.  MONTREAL. VVINNII'I.G. VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN. IIAMILTO
IN, TORONTO.  MONTREAL, VVINNII'I.G, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN. HAMILTON
PATMORE   BROS.,   Sole   Agents
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New  Management
*%he Ucoopector
Hollow Ground
As Illustrated
$2.50
Set oi Two jn
Leather Case
$5.50
Double Concave lor     5 aa        Jk
Extra Heavy Beards   v**j"    ^
Carbo Magnetic
2£ str°p
Strop Aide
THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION
NO HON1NG-NO GRINDING
25c
NO
MORE
RAZOR
TROUBLES
X
m
NO
NEW BLAOLS
NO
ANNUAL TAX
SATURDAY, SKPT. 31, inn-,
Headquarters for
men and old timers.
•j When you want a good
* place to stop come to the
"•   Manitoba.
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
I NORTH   STAR        f
I -w^    HOTEL t
J Kimberley,   B. C. •
9 9
9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.,^^^^^ •
*#$#$$$$$$$$$$	
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Oranbrook, li.ti.
If
The
Smiih Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,00c
operators and has, during
1906, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction—yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE SMITH PREMIER
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
■ RANCHES       EVIJRYWHERB
SPOKANE, WASH.
88 Huui.li Lincoln Street
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
ISECOND CLASS
Reduced Kates From
Eastern Points
On   Sale   Daily
Sent,. 1st, to Oct. 3lst
Montreal $40.10 Ottawa #-14.85
Detroit-, Windsor, London,
Guolpli, Toronto Parkdale
S?UH. 13
C'orrosp ling Lira- Hilton frum
Imi'ii Illllu point-.
Soo-Spokane Service
Tlio Finest un tin- ruinliit-ni mnl
Hu'  l-'ualusl  Imlwi-uti Spokane mul
till''I'lllll CIlloB.
Tin- Ciiimilliin 1'iu'lili' OporuloB
Standard Sleeping Cars
uml
Tourist Sleeping Cars
1111 Tun Dully Transcontinental
Trains in Knell llh tion
Por rates, reservations and
any Information desired
apply in local agenl or
B. .1. Coylo. A.G.P.A., Vuuoouvor
.I11IIX MOB, I).I'.A., Nolann
CIIANIIHOOK I.AN1) DISTRICT.
Ilisirict. nf Kootenay.
Tnlio nuiii-.- thai Miml.v II. Cl'ulg, nr
I'.-iili. X. II.  iipiitlon Tinibor Unil
ICnglnoor. hili-nils In upply fnriiapni'liil
iiinlii-r Heen ut tlm following ileserlbed lands:
'lllll UClllglll a ||os|   J || It || t... J Ut.   llllllll   worn   eornor nf l.ol   No, 11176,
thei soiiili NUelniinH ilium asl   Sll
ains llii'iii'i'norili Sll eliains. tlieneo
wosl sni-liainslopla r liu^ri mii iiiM. m in I
tintnlnlng 1140 nei'ua moro or less.
Manly II, tialf.
Iluli'il Ann. ntlilUO". 36
Convention of Kiliturs.
ContlllllGd from I'liu'i' I,
Whereas Die press of Albertn
uml eastorn llriiisli Coluinbm
covers a territory in which it Is
dally becoming more necossary
that there bo etHcIent dlssoniina-
tion of views nml thoughts loyal
to llie dominion uml empire, 11
necessity occasioned moro
particularly by lho Immigration
of persons of all nationalities;
ami whereas such views und
thoughts properly disseminated
must assist must materially in
the rapid development of such
territory on linos tending to promote u. tit and proper national
spirit.
Therefore, be il resolved tlinl
the newspapers of this territory,
being the [actor In creating nnd
moulding public sentiment, here
us elsewhere throughout tho
civilized world, should receive
every encouragement frum nnd
the hearty co-operation of the
the C. P. R. telegraphic service.
And be il further resolved,
that the C. P. R., 11 corporation
vitally concerned In this development and to a very large extent
controlling the news service of
the west, should supply at
reasonable figures a more adequate and more intelligent service, facilitating the circulation
of Canadian and llritish news in
particular, the present service
being unanimously considered
both prohibitive in price and
lacking in the aforesaid essentials."
"Be )t resolved by the Alberta
and Eastern llritish Columbia
Press Association, in annual
convention assembled at Crunbrook this tilth and 1 -HI- days of
September, A.D. 19071
"That this convention place
on record its appreciation and
gratefulness for the spontaneous
reception and hearty welcome
accorded by the civic authorities
and the gnnd people of Cranbrook:
"That we must heartily commend those having the same in
hargc for the splendid arrangements and that the ladies'
iception committee be giveu
words of special commendation
for the exeellenl services render
ed by them:
"That the decoration of the
(toresand tho display of products
of this must fruitful ilisirict Inmost highly complimentod;
"Thut this resolution he printed
and thai copies nf Ihe same be
given to the Muyor In Council,
the presldeni nf the board nf
trade and tlie editors uf the
Prospector uud Hie Cranbrook
Herald;
"Thut Hie namos of tho visiting
brethren and iheir wives he
attached in the sumo."
The foregoing resolution was
duly printed 011 handsome curds
ami signed by nil in attendance
at lho convention, forming a
very pleasing souvenir of a most
enjoyable and profitable gathering.
Craubrooli mado elaborate
preparations for tho entertainment of  the  visitors,   sin r
the special featiiros boing a line
display of unlive fruil grain and
vegetables nnd minerals; by
Ileal lie A- Atehlnsoii; a mineral
display  hy   Reals  &   Klwell;   A
aea
CLEAN SHAVES
EVERY YEAR
^mrn^
RAZOR
EVERLASTING
SHAVING
COMFORT
Will Last a Lifetime.
CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS have revolutioni-ed mor makin^-they are TEMPERED BV ELECTRICITY  which is
OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-the steel  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 4 razor that will shave any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH.
.EM(;ISlil.T.!MrE-l.NG ldd* CARB0N t0 the s'«'i ^ereas 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   ANO  GROUND
often, as their blades will NOT hold an edge any length of time.   CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do net require HONING
or GRINDING ourine t lifetime in  private use; they are all tempered   alike, every  part of their blades being  sullied to
^^AIV.PERES 0F 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
$50 00 annually.
Call on our representatives in your town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving" -This booklet illustrates the
correct razor position for shaving every part of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM LIFE) it aUn 1,11.
you HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; should our dealer be out of them, drop us a card, and we will send vl
one by return mail. '
C. E. REID &  CO.,
Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, makers,
459-461 Broadway. N. Y.
The   Granbrook   Druggists
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootenay.
Tuk. lice that Manly II. Craig, of
Perth. X. II. occupation Timber  l.iuul
Engineer, Intonils to upply Inr u -| iul
llmlii'i- llvunce over tlio following deacrlbed lanils:
Commending ul n posl plunteil UO
chains wost ol the south weal corner nf
Liconce Lot No. 8003, tlionoo soutli III
uiiuins. llii'iii'i' west tn the oasl
boundary of the C. P, Ii. 451)1 about 1110
i'liuins. thenco nortli III chains, thonco
oasl IflO i-liuins tu plaoo uf commence-
ment and containing oil) acres moro or
less.
Manly 11. Craig,
Duted Aug. Iiiiii 1007. :n;
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTUICT.
Dislriel of Kootenay.
Take nulii'i'iluu Manly II. Crnlg, of
Perth, N. II. i upuiion timber Laud
Engineer, Intends lo apply fora speelnl
timber licenco over the following ih--
si'i'ilu'il lands! -
Commonelng at a post planted uboul
■15 i'liuins wi'st unil 120 i'liuins soulh uf
the south wost corner of Lot No. 6171,
or at the south Kusi corner of Licence
l.ol 8055, thence south 80uhalns, thouce
wost 80 i'liuins. thonee nortli so chuius,
thence oust 80 ehulns to place of com
mi-uci'ini-iii. unil containing 040 acrei
more nr less.
Muni) 11. Craig.
Duted Aug. 17th. 1007. Ill
nl Passu Kiml	
Wliorn lui'iili'i
TAKK WITH
Ml 'H   ''''illli'
Arllmr li Kiiiiw
Kootonay Control railway brldgo Ji'i'li'SJl'"'™
liy .1.  I).  Mi'lli'iili';   Hill  \  tin.,   sii',,L -"v, ■;
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thut thirty
days aftor dale I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lunds und
Works for u license tn prospcul for coul
uud pi'troli'imi on tho following described land sltuulo iu Hloek I'l'.i.'l Kusi
Kootonuy district llritish Columbia!
Commonutng at ii post  plunlcd  neur
tho Suulli  KiiHi of   Akiiiiiiini   Ci k
uboul four miles north uf llu- [plot-national   iliitinilui'y uiul uboul   six   and
'-hall'   miles ivosl   of   the   ensturn
boundary nf  llritish   Columbia,   uml
mnrked .lu • I!. Low's N. IV, oornor
post, thom asl 80 i'linin-.   tho	
illi 80ehulns, llionco wosi so chains,
ilin noi'ih 80chains in phi I com-
iiii'iii'i'ini-iit. containing 1140 acres more
less.
Looated .Inly '12, 1002.
Junius ll. Low,
Locator,
ii. N, Mclli'ogor
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MINKHAt. ACT.
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NOTICK.
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MINKIIAIi l'l,AIM
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IiiiiI two vnr.v attractive windows; ''"' '"
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,lm Illinium-,
il iiiinn, eiiii
Ami liuiiii
Burns Brothers display consist
nil of linn linns uf shoos, clothing
uml dry goods, ti. ft,. Unci &Uo,,
'Xliiliitml   tin  nxi'i-lli'iil   MllO    Of ""u'touji
pharmacy goods. s-
II-IM.'I
111   llll'   lll'llll  111 'I'lllll
lllllil .Illllli". A   Iliun
i'   Nn    It   l:ln:l   Ils   ill
'I, I'l'i'i'Mlni'i'sl'i'itlll
II,,lliiilila I'm, Mm.'
nl lliilH-l'IT. Hll'lilll'ili
mil I'm V   in  lllll
■I July. A.I) I'm;.
.1   A   II
FOR    SALE
300   ACRES
Partly unimproved and partly in crops
some fenced, excellent wheat land.
$5.00 PER ACRE
APPLY   TO
Beale  &,   Elwell
NOTICE.
Nolico ia hereby given nun thirty
ihiysufii-i-iluu- I Intond lo upply to the
Chief Commissioner   of   Lands   uml
Works for u lleei to piospeol for coal
uml petroloum on the following described land situate In Block 1503 Kji-i
Kuiili'liiiy district Hi-Utah Columblu!
Commencing ut a post planted near
the  Smith  fork  nf  Akamina  Creek
nboul live miles nortii of Intorniitl il
Boundary und uboul six nml ono hull'
mllus wusl nf ll laii'i'ii  I mlui'j  nl
llriiisli Columbia, uml murked Wllllum
I imu■>■*,  X.  \V in.!' 'pusi,  thoi	
oust 80 chalna, ihonee south ni chains,
llli'lli'i' WOSI "II i'llllilla. llli'lli'i' lliil'lll   ail
I'llllillS tn phli-IMll i'llll Ili'i'llli'lil n-
liliniiiL'- Uln uiti'h nun ■ less,
I ill.'il ,llllj 22, 1007.
Willi,in, I'i v,
I i.l..'.-.
il. N. Modrogor,
Hfl Agenl,
CIIANIIHOOK   LAND DISTUICT,
Dislriel of Kuiili'liiiy.
Tnki' notice ihul Munlj II. Crulg, of
Perth, N, I!, o ipalloii Tlinbcr  Luml
l-'.ngh i'. ii Is lu uppl; im-ii - inl
Minimi- llcoi ■,''i Un' followinit described liiml-.:
Cm uiiclnu ui u posl plunled nl  llu
X. I'I. I'lll- -nl'  Kill S-SL-.   ih,-    wesl
llh    Ill . -1, J... ■    In lhi' 'Ill M 1-1.1 nil IU'I'
l.nl 8282, thenee norlh uliuiil *-'ii chain*
in lln-  mmlh im,    nl   Lice    Liil   \u.
shut, llm u.-i aboul l-'i i'linin- iniin
Kusi  Hue nl I...I UI7II. ih.'  muill sn
i'lniiii,.. Hn.  ensl   iii I'liulna,  Ihul	
 h  HI .'Imili-.  Ih.'lii'.' .n-t   I lli
chains, Uicuccsouth liii-hnin- in plncuol
lieglnnlng, i'miiuiiiiiii:   um iiiiiim more
UI'I. — .
Miml) II, Craig.
li,  \u" '.'ilil,   1007. nil
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"Advance Showing of Dainty"
FIINK'S Pure Kood Grocers  Department
New Bon Bon dishes that are
pretty enough to hold the sweetest thing's ever made.
CHINAWARE
We have just unpacked our
tlrst, shipment ot Now China— u
so lection tlmt will almost, be
wilder. See our now B.C. Crest
goods -Foley's name on every
piece. Vases. Mugs. Plates. Cups
and Saucers. Creams, etc., etc.
Our Goods arc
(juarai-iteed
MOtlEV BACK
F VOU ARE
HOT SATISFIED.
l;l*aK'H Crockery anil Glussware Dupl.
New porridge sets that will
amuse the youngster more than
his favorite toys.
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Detective Eyesiolit?
Unit tin- .-I.-   ii-niiiiii-   ''ilin.'  ii'iiii ni.-i'i.
'I'luiii-unils aulli'i' fi ii'-lriiiii will l kiiiiivtui' Itm
I'ui'l.
[f yon waul porfcol vision, ynn -I Id  liavu your
.■vi'- i-Minii lufli'li.    A slight i'iii iri'liiiii mil   Insure
vmi perfeel li-iiiii in il ml of your lit''.
Wm. F. TATE
THK JEWELER
('I'll. Watch liHp.'i'iui' Crown' Nest Pass DM
lhi- oily Mondnv.
Cleorge Leusl: ivus at Spokane
tlii» woi'k mi husiness.
Mr. uml Mrs. (Irani Clark ul'
dulTray woro Cranhrook visiiors
Tuesdny.
Mi- nml Mrs. Irn Mn lining relumed home Tuesday from n
visit lo llio Coast.
A. Muclsimzio und R. E. Kin-
soy uf Spokane wore Cranbroolt
visiii.'i's Wednesday.
I'. A. Jones ni Kimborley, nnd
.lolin Ewin nl' Wasa wore registered ai iln- Cosmopolitan  Mon-
Ail. Erickson of Wycliffe, J.D.
Caverhill of Vancouver, C, W.
Griltin nml Mux* McSweyn of
Nelson were registered ul the
Cranbrook Monday,
M    Phillipps nl   Elko,  J.   II.
Stewarts ol* Toronto, J. W. Van-
Dyke ami   ft,   ti    Robinson   ol'
Philadelphia, l'n..  were ut  lhe
M| Cranbrook Wednesday.
"ff     TVT"U'  y"'"  understand,   we   don'l    I   money,   we      U
ft            havo millions   lo get, Ml    Mayor Fin lay loft on Wednes-
i ll'O ii is really un imposition tn let people l."> on 0 day for Spokane tu attend a
sA carrying nut* money when we are strong and lioalthy, ft- tneeting of tho directors nl llm
'*J*     I-., 'iiiiiniiniitiv'niil,. in lii'ui- Hi,, hin-dnn in,, ivo«        ■' Sullivan Mining Co., which will
STI-ifP IfT-rrtttrtPr+rtv-     Ssaes-assessswsMsssseaesMj   oranbrook land district.
vi/»»v   g VVW^t-lrtVIJ,.      f I District of Kootenay.
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SATURDAY, SKPT. Ji   1907
+irn-Tnmtnimnnnrm-TniT-Tfm-»-T----T+
| LOCAL NEWS. If       a full link of
-t-muiliilliiiuuuiiuumimmmuiuiiiij /       GALLAHERS
(I McCormack of Montreal was IW IRISH
Good Evening J
Have you paid your account a
for August yet?   Perhaps ft
you owe for July too.
JiiW  you   understand,   we   don'l    I   money,
nul -ii abundantlv able in bear Hu- li  rdou mu Ives.
t,, , v   be  n-iil ui  that  i-itv  nn  Tliui's
Por tin- reason  we ask anybody who Im- anj ft   |
money  ui liis in- her possession')!) leave  ion.  ,." , , J
ui-  -.'inl   ii   by post, freighl train, express or anj ol  ■ a
way, |iikI -nn gels  here,     Silver and gold  are  lieavj J
sa    iiiiiI   ii   would   I"' a mutter ol lifelonji regret   I  inyl * -ft
should gel bow logged iiirrviug il uboul foi
J.D. McBRIDE
Among ilie guosls at lho Royal
im- week were, Mr. mul Mrs. li.
T, Elliott, ami ii R. Elliott ol*
Victoria, T  Watt uml .1  Watt nl
1 ii-iiu-iii    i.    \V    T.   Carr   nf
♦ i 'hicilgo, -I A rl hur.>l linker oily,
a i irngon .nul IV, t*ijif l-faynle of
ft   Chicago
TOBACCOS
MIGHTON'S
Giaar store
I'nki' miii.',' iiihi i Will turn Staples ot Wy-
I'lifff li. r.. iiii-iiiiHiiiiii liimbornmn. intend to
i.|>pl.v fm- permission tu ptirchuso the fallowing
iii'sctiiifii luml:- Commoiiutnitut u pout plunled Ml elmlns wost m the west boumlnry 0f Lot
UO-tO.  ihenee  northM eliains,  litem n-t if-
I'linius moro or If.ss in t]ii< wuuiefn boundnry of
l.m l!0-lit llience soutb SO ehuins mon- nr less to
llie .mnl. ol the St. Mnrys river, thonuo followltiK tin' st. Marys river in it westerly dlroctlon
to the place of beginning and con in lnt iim -.ini
uorus more or less.
William Staples.
Dated July 3rd. IW,. :iu
HARDWARE ♦     Thul    '*  f*- Si«am»li1p dopt.
nMnu»vMnc r  :iimuM1(,.  ,,„. wi   |((ltos on
,*                    mm                    ,. m   .                    ,        ,     ,       ,J I their AtlanticStoatriGrH which be-
ft*ft.4 ft4 ftafti *:ft7ft.ftlft4. ft. 9.4  94 9 4 ftft ft   ,    ,.'„.„,,„„ ,„„.,,    ,1SII.1||V
I 'in--'-  rules dn  ,mi   riiiiM.   inii,
CHANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.    j,.,|,„.,   t„.",„.,.    \il)V,     |sl.     t]i|,|s
District nl Kni,t.-ii,,-. alTurds an exeellenl • >|>|><n-lunity
TUK,.,,,, ,i Mwlv II. llml-r, "■.;'."'"" A"""""   "''I',1"  "";  '"'!
TllK  1.1 .A l il -.(i   I'lll l'l' HTClltl'       .,     ,    .    !           ,,      ....   .       * * ii'inli-',.    at     gl'oatly     I'l'iliiciid
rule    ■ uli iiiicM'i'lli'il lirsi class
'♦: Cranbrook, B.C".
STEWARTS
Arriving Today:
PLUMS,  PEACHES, CRAPES
lillili.'l-   limini  '    III
-I'liiii'il lamia
Cuninii-ni'liiii ni ii i'ii-i I'Linii'ii .ilium
CANTALOI PES ' i,h>.-i....,.- ■.,..., „,„n...'i„,,..   ,, 	
WATERMELONS,  PEARS     n„. „,„u, „..., „,„,„„„• i,,- -.,,   ,i,i
APPLES, TOMATOES        tu-aii-haliis wmi nl I i   '  iv™i
ILUKLU'iiiD ICECREAM      .mlth'^ircahMn^'l'lMin.'-i-'wenl!ni) ii'h'iil'ns
Ilia  llllllll Sll ,'liliin-. linn,'.'   ,-n-l   SO
i'llllilla   In   |iiilllt ill   llPgillllillg llll'l   i'iiii-
Hugh Stkwart     ' ""	
Stewarts lune Clioi olates
Stewart
Phone 75       rtniihifunu. rtve
Miinlj II. On
iiiii.'ii An.-, miii. mnT.
ri.iislal.li- .1 Walsh ami I,'.
I.uili- ul Porl Sti'i'li'. li. (J.
Crn-tlon "i Nelson, uml IV, A,
S | ii-a is nl' Vn hi'i ii i vi'i' wore It in'sis
iii lhn Craubrooli Momliiy.
E A. Hall of lli'iiiilfiiril. .1. A.
i mnl 'ley ami i lollii ('. Brown of
Vancouver II, A. Rinoad of Tu
inniii, ami ,1. T. Martin ofNolsou
iponl Sunday lust in Cranbrook,
Patmore Bros, Blower Pipe
experts,
.1. A. Harvoy returned Monday
from u business trip lo the
coast.
Vi. II. Sheppard of Toronto,
T. S. Taylor of Spokane were
guests ut lhe Royal  Wodnosday.
Mr. anil Mrs. R. Joyce of
Baker were Cranbrook visiiors
Monday.
Mr. uml Mrs, A. W. Voughtof
Winnipeg were al the Cosmopolitan Monday.
A. A. Stewart of Moyio ami
E. Cohoon of Waldo woro In town
Monday on business.
See thu Pi'i'li'i'i Pantry ut
Patmore Urns. A comploto
Kitchen Cabinet, lakos up bul
lillie space, luindlosl uu ihu
tnni'ki'l.
  I    Harry Paterson uf Wlnnliiog,
v\.  I'.  Ricki'its,  mannsor of representing Mlllor, St Blehards,
the Dominion Consolidated Mln-1 nrlnters supplies was transiictlng
business ut   Cranbrook   Thurs
Public Meeting
Under the auspices of lhe
Cranlirook Conservative Association will in- lu'kl al the
New Opera House, Cranbrook.
nil
Tuesday. 1st October. 1907
al the hour ol 8 o'clock p.m., to
welcome ihe presence amongst
us nf Mr. R. L, llorden. M.P..
Leader of the Opposition iu lliu
House of Commons at Ottawa,
who will be accompanied hy The
Hon. Ricltard McBride, Premier
nf British Columbia.
This Great Meeting will he addressed liy Mr. R. 1.. Bordon,
M.P., ihu Promior and others.
All ui'e cordially invited in attend. Specially rosorvod scuts
fnr Ladles. By Order nf Hie
Executive,
Joseph Ryan, Secretary
Mrs. T. S. (lill uml children
lefl Cranbrook Tiiosday lur
Morris, Mun.. they will he uwuy
for si'vernl weeks.
Ing Co., was in town Wednosday,
uml lull mi the llyer for Spokane.
Chief Pire Englnooi' .1, I'.
Pink wus ai Nolson this wooli
iittondlng u mooting uf provincial
Eire Chief's.
Mr. und Mrs. (i. T. Rogers re
turned Monday Irom a visit to
the coast. They report having
a very pluusunl trip.
Mrs. Win. ti. Tale uiul Miss
Laing lull uu Tuesday nn u visil
in Croston, Boforo reluming
Ihey will go tn Nelson uiul sun
lhi- big Inir,
P, Luml, manager nf ihu
Crows Nesl Puss Lumber Co,,
was 111 tho city Wednesday, uml
lull I'ul' Kilulii'i'luy during Ihu
forenoon mt business,
A regular inonlhlj minimi
cation nf Cranbrook Lodge A.ft
St A.M., wns hold iu Masonic
Toinplo nn Thursday evoning.
A uiiiniii'i' nf visiting lu'uilii'uii
from Moyio uml Marysvlllo wore
in attendance,
day,
Waltor Miller returned Tuesday   from   a   visil   lo  the  old
country, hu was occoinpatilod liy
Mrs. Millets also by his brollior-  tllu „,„,„, Mu|,|)„ni ,,,,,,
in-law Mr. Bomervllle.
Special Millinery Display
AT   BURNS   BROTHERS
To catch tlie Eye is to delight it. You catch the eye of
the lover of nature bv beautiful landscape, of a lover of art
by a gem Irom one nf the old masters.
Stylish Trimmed Millinery
like   we make and  show is how  we catch  the eye of our
patrons.    We do it too at
Modest  Prices
The New Millinery we're now showing is the prettiest
you've ever seen.    It's sure to "catch the eye".
BURNS B10THER8
Successors in Roid A l'n
Rciil Block
Cranbrook, B.C
School of Mining
A C0I1EGE OF AFPXIED SCIENCE,
Adillilrd lo Qucfn's University,
KINGSTON, ONT.
Par Clanil.r of the Srliool .ml further
inf.iint.lfoii, apply to tha Sri-trlaiy, Si'liiinl
ul Iflntttf, Klngaton, Ontario.
ne MUwIai Cmtks arc aMcrca*:
I- Four Year.' Courae for Oef reeot B. Sc.
II—Three Yeara' Coilrae for Diploma.
tt—Minlag Snglseerlaf.
I,-rhrmiatrf and lllDeralogT.
<    Mion.lorj' aad Geology.
o-~Ch.mlcal Itnglaeerlng.
.—Cl.il Kiif ioeeriaj.
/— Mechaaical Koclarerlng,
t Ulrrtrli'.l Hatia.aring.
'Biology aad FubUc Health. r
Why Cough to The Coffin
T K V
Dr. Scull's Prescription
Nu. (ill or
Colli (lure Tables
Thoy do tin- wnrk uml arrest
W. A. Grllntllol'Boston, Muss..
Mr. mul Mrs. Woods ni Winnipeg, Mr. nml Mrs. Ilurris nl*
Wlnnljjog, Thos. Wu.it of Portland, uml,Inliu Witli nl' Vlclorln
woro I'opist ■rod ul the Royal this    CUANIIUOOK LAND iiistkict.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
wook.
Mr. I;. A. Kimptou of Wlndor-
more, Mr. .'iml Mrs Monklioiiso
nf Moyio, ('. A. (iusliill nf Kim
liorluy, II. T. Lowos uml <',. 'I'.
McCrugor nf Moyio, uml V.
Siiu|isnii nf Wliidorinei'o wnru
gnosis ul Uu1 Cosmopolllaii h'ri-
iluy.
i'. 15, Suiilli ami A. W. Bishop
nf Monl.roal, uml I'. .lonson nl'
Wasn wnru I'oglslorod ul tin1
i Iranbrook Priday.
Dlfltriot nl Kuiili'liiiy.
'IVlkii iiiitli'ii iiiiii Miiuly II. ('i'iiiiii "I
Plm-I.Ii, V II.    imtllill Tllillii-r   I'iiiiii
I'lltU'lllI'lT.  illll-lllls III ll|l|ll,V  llll'lln| illi
lliiilioi' llnuiiiio iiii-r Hm' follnwlnu il<>-
Hl'l'llllill liuiiii.:
tiiiiiiiiii'iti'inii in ii piiHl |ilitntoil ut tlm
s h Wiml i-in-ii.-t- .it l.ni  .Nn. me:.
Ill,  ll'UHt HO lllllil IIU, tlllll    llllllll   Hll
i'llllllia, llli'lirr i'ii-i   Hll .'Iniin-.   llii'iii'i'
alllllll HI) I'llllilla ill  |lllll I   i-iilllllll-l	
llli-lll llllll I'lHllllillillll I'lll IH't'i'- llllll I'
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Datod Aug. 10th 1007. mi
CIIANIIHOOK   I.ANII DISTIlll'T.
I)i.stiirt nl Kimli'iiay.
'I'ulii-milli-e Uiul Manly It. flntltf, ur
I'lil-tli, N. II uupiitlnn Tlinbui- l.iiiul
Kiiirliii'iT, Intuiirla tn apply rm-iiapi-i-lul
lllllllOI'l II VOI'  llm [ollfiwln-f  ilo-
ai'i'ihi'il IiimiIm:
Ciimiiioiiiiliig nt ii puHi |iliuii,-ii si
i'IiiiIiih wnsi iif Hn- Hunt It woHt i'iii'ni'1' uf
l.ii-i'lii'i' l.ut Nu Hlili:>. Ihoii.'i' south SO
i-liiilii», i ht'iii'i. wi.»t No ulmlns, tlionoa
 tli SO oluilns, ilionoo oust su ohulns
to liim f i-iiiiiiiii'iii-iiiiii'iit, mnli-iiniiiln-
lug mu uiii'os moro ur loss.
Manly II. llruig.
Dutoil Aliit. llllll, I '.KIT. 3f|
CHANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlstrlot i>[ Kootenay.
Tuke niitii>i< iiiiii. Manly II. Craltr, "l
Pot-tit, N. II ipiulnii 'l'liiil,,.|. I .nml
lOngluoei', liiloiulrt in upply fur u npunlal
tiinlii-i' Ih-i-i  iivi'i'ih'   rollowliiK ilo-
M-rilii'il lumls:
Com noln-t ul. a post iilantoil aboul
.'III  i'liuins   suulli   ur  thi'   mii'ili   ivi'sl
ooi'l nf I.i.  Lul Sllill, Hu.i wusl
about 11(1 illllliiih Ml tin- nusl, liiiiiniJiii'y
iifC, I'. II. 40111, I.bi'iii'psuuth0(1 i'lmlna.
llll'l USI I III I'llllillS, tliimou lliil'lll fill
i'lm ins tn pluiieftr boglniiliigunileniitulu,
Ini' illli in-ri's iimii.' ur h'ss.
Miiuly II. Craig,
Datoil Aiiff. liith, 1007. mi

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