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Voi. II.
ChtANBHOOK, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905.
No.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
T
Of Interert to Those Ingaged
the Development of the
Mining Industry
llie    choice   ul     Thursday
I liiinlisgiviug Day     ll is argue
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     thai, inasmuch us the selection
It  ts'reported   that   several I °* the d»y is entirely arbitrary,
     - - - \\\ would have been   much better
aud more uouve.ti.enl had a Mon
day been selected for tho pur-
|,u»,v That would have made il
possible to hold family reunions,
U    mo    .-filarial'
ba 4aveloped elU,nt,inK over two or''von      **
'days,
properties ^oiitWhitefish creek
will be operated tbe coming winter.
The Tiger-Poorman group oi
mines,  located   on  the  s.bee|
creek divide, will
this winter.      ^^^^^^^^
A good deal of development
work haa been done on proper
ilea located on Waaa, Wolf aud i     ,   ,   ■  ..'   . •?   t
uesii»-»w» v • pushed on the Aurora property
Traev creek* dur ng  the  paat r„ .,
lracy cram*. r, ■      |   j   Wln(er    Comfortab e quur-
summer.
Fred Helen haa been al work
continuously during the paat
two months developing the
(iraphite. There is a fine showing of galena in the tunnel.
In about fifteen days the St.
Eugene will be operated by a
full force. The temporary hoist
will be completed by that time.
Mr.a Smith..-brought iu some
fine samples of copper ore from
Whltefisli creek this week.
Gold, mining • in'TSoutheast
Kootenay . is. gaining, ground
every year. New finds are being
made, and old abandoned placer
properties are. being >worked.
Chinamen who have leased the
Nip and Tuck placer ground on
Wild Horse creek have lately had
it clean-up.which was.very satisfactory. The workings at the
Nip and Tuck are at present in
flue condition for work, and this
season's cleanup has proved that
the ground is rich, and it ia expected that neit year a atill larger result will be obtained.
A copper property on White-
tish creek is being developed by
ii Rossland syndicate. It is reported that work will bo continued during the winter.
Busier n capitalists are seeking
an option on a Perry Creek free-
gold property.
Prospecting work on the North
Star mine continues. On the
Stemwinder a small force are engaged in "drifting on the ledge
recently discovered.
Considering the amount of
work done, and the output of the
shipping mines, it is safe to say
that no section ot British Columbia gives such promise of high
grade ore, silver-lead and copper, 10<a|(jj
as that of Southeast Kootenay
district.
The  Marysville  smelter has|ea8tof Fort Steole Junction
determined to install Heberleln
umenuiucu «. .——■   i Quebec—Located by E. Mar-
roasters to equal the capacity of neau; siluated on Big Hand creek,
its plant. This ia expected to I
work a saving of nearly «5 a ton
on the ore treated. The second
stack of the smelter will not be
blown in until next summer.        ^^^^^^^
The gold output of the Rand tior.   Services will be held foi
for August is estimated at 423,000 the first time in the new elm rel
ounces  This is worth «9,08l,260 about November 1st
In August, 1904, the output was
»fi,0l)2,,!4O.    This  year
all records
nov7be7ng'wotYor*»rd to China
to be used in connection withjhe
more  pleasant   for
(ill
milder   and
outilniir enjoyment      Not si, wo
satistieil are Hie Cunadiuiis wi'h
as
al
The Aurora.
Development   work    will   be
lers are being fixed up, and a
wagou road is being built from
the No. 1 tunnel up to the shaft
workings. There is a good body
of ore in sight and the mine is
looking bettor every day.
Michael Sullivan, the manager,
returned Wednesday from SpO
kane, where he went to confer
wilh Messrs. Mucku.v and Wilson,
who hold the bond. — Moyie
Leader.
AT THE GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
Records of Interest to Mining Men
snd Locator*,.
Duriug the month of October
seven new locations have been
made.
Seven froo miners' certificates
issued, two abandonment of mineral claims, and three bills of
sales of mining property recorded.
NEW  LOCATIONS.
Dawson—Located hy Charles
Dawson, situated two and one-
half miles north of Moyie, and
one mile east of the wagon
road. .
Murphy—Located by A*rthur
Burge, situated ou ihe south
bank of Perry creek, adjoining
the Pearl Fraction, one and ,a
half miles from  "Old Shaft."
Aurora Fraction-Located by
M. Sullivan, situated on west,
side of Moyie lake
White Grouse—Located by J,
B. Singer, situated on the north
slope of White Grouse mountain.
St. Mary's-Located by F. W.
Bauer, situated on the north
slope of White Grouse mountain,
adjoining    the    White   Grouse
Sabart—Located   by   B,   La-
finer,   situated  about one mile
Building Notea.
The new Presbyterian church
is rapidly approaching com pie-
         Contractor George   Leask   is
breaks pushing  construction work  on
the   new    lodge   room   of   the
em if tunmi
Election Will Take Place
NOVEMBER 22nd.
SPECIAL TO THE PROSPECTOR
Victoria, October, 37:—Letters Patent for the Incorporation of Cranbrook as a City was Gazetted Thursday.
Nominations will take place November 15th.
Foiling on November 2and.
Recent information received from the Attorney-Gener;il
is to the effect that "Women" property holders can vote at
first Municipal Election.
LOCAL NEWS.
.1.   Ryan of Wardner
the city Friday.
R.   Benedict,
town Friday.
Ma.vook, was in
\V. Hill, of Vancouver, whs u
guest al llie Cranbrook Friday.
H. M. BurfOW of   Fort   Steele
wns at Cranbrook Friday,
E. 11. Murphy of Macleod was
in town Thursday,
H
tion.
M. Marion, Spokane .lunc
waa in town Thursday.
J. J.  Harris  left   on  Tuesday
on a business trip to Strnlliciuin.
J, E. Williams,  Calgary,   was
in the city Wednesday.
E. A. Hill and I). ,1. Miner, of
Moyie. were in town Wednesday.
J.
was
H.   Hawkins of Wuttsbiirg
in the city Wednesday.
Fred. Starkcy
at the Craubrooli
of  Nelson  was
Wednesday.
J, P. Myers of Fori Steele
.1 unci ion was al Cranbrook Friday,
A. Smith, Frank, Albt., wasa
guesi at the Cranbrook Thurs
day.
W. M. Walker of Nelson, C.P.
R. auditor, was at the Cranbrook Thursday.
It. Steves. Frank, Albt., a
former lesidont of Cranbrook
was iu town Thursday.
Mi'H.V. Hyde Baker and daughter ure visiting friends at Winnipeg this week.
Chas. A. Gaskill, of the Kim-
berly Milling Co., was in town
Saturday last.
Teddy Warren of Fish Lakes
was ut Cranbrook Friday on
business.
A. .1. McCool, proprietor ol
the Royal hotel Fort Steele
Junction, was in town Tuesday.
C H. Pollen returned Friday
irom a business trip up the
Kootenay valley.
oi   Amherst,
al  the 1:111 n-
The Happy Hooligan Comedy
Co. were registered at the Cos
mopolitan Friday.
11. E. Moffatt, Claresholnl,
was registered at the Cranbrook
Friday.
J. McDonald telegraph opera
ioi-at Fort Steele Junction has
been transferred loCranbrook as
night dispatcher.
L. McCandijh, T. Johnson. .1.
Brown and Bred L. Irving, of
Nelson, were registered at the
Cosmopolitan Thursday.
Fred Hazen and Robert Dewar
who have beeu mining in the St
.Mary's river district were at
Cranbrook Thursday.
The dance which was to have
taken place at the Royal Hotel
Port Steele Junction last even
nig has been postponed for one
week.
Mrs. Lester Clapp and children returned I homo Saturday
last from a ; visit to Eastern
Washington.
it is reported that North Star
Lodge, A.F. X AM..now located
at Fort Steele, will be removed
to Cranbrook in the near future.
North Star lodge is the "Mother"
masonic lodge of Southeast Kootenay.
. 	
Anniversary and Thanksgiving services will be held in the
Methodist church next Sunday
morning and evening. Th?
church is being beautifully decorated for the occasion aud a special musical programme will be
rendered by a chorus of twenty
five voices; also solos by leading
singers. The addresses by the
pastor will bo in keeping Willi
the occasion.   All are invited.
C„DDeV refined in Canada is Knights of Pythias.   The build
lAjp|rc. a , .« r,l.l«a.   :„,. haa nn lintinuiiiir imiinHmnrn
ng has an imposing appearauc
The   new Canadian   Bank of
next week. The building will be
completed and ready for occupancy about December 1st.
J. F. Armstrong's new cottage
on Cranbrook street has been
finished.
". „f that country.   This Commerce, the only brick and
f°,nThah!v the result of the stone building in Cranbrook. has
Americanly ou in China. One been closed in. and the plaster-
American do, poUnds of ers  will  commence  operations
Montreal to China, and other
shipments are to follow.
CrtnbroovTiieotionliBtriot.
Notice is given that on Man-
day, the Ctb day of November, a
Jn of revision, under£•^provisional elections act, or Cran
brook riding, will be held m the
court house at 10 a.m.
Cinaia7ThMkigiviBg ?»■
Ottawa, Oct72«.-In •"*>?■
JTlti the P*3£g
sued bv the government, Thanks
gvfngyDay is «enera..y observed
fnroughout  Canada tag   *
» rule the change of the day
rom the middle of November «o
the middle of Octobo. has Mven
Bolivar Day in Venezuela.
Caracas, Venezuela, Oct. 27.—
The anniversary of Simon Bolivar, Venezuela's liberator, will
be celebrated all through Venezuela tomorrow. Bolivar's birthday is the only national holiday
of Veneuzela and is generally
observed as the Fourth of July
in the United States. Patriotic,
meetings with music and speeches
are held in every city and town
of the country and the rest of
the day is given up to popular
amusement.
E. J. Blui|uon.
N. S. was a guest
brook Wednesday.
TRAINMEN'S BALL
A   Most Enjoyable  Time   Witb
Large Numbers In At.endi.noe.
The annual ball of the Brotherhood of Railway trainmen, Buckley Division No. 68i, Cranbrook,
was held in Wentwonh Hall on
Thursday evening. It was a
most enjoyable event, over fll
couples participating in the fes
tivilies. Railway men from
Medicine Hal. Macleod aud other
points on the Crow line were in
Utiondance. The hall was nicely
.tecorated, red, white and 1 lu,
streamers extended from one end
of the hall to tin; other. Portrait*
,,f King Edward and President
McKinley occupied prominent
positions and were tastily festooned with national colors.
Visiting trainmen were mud.
pleased wilh the reception accorded them, and all present were
loud in expressing their appreciation and   pleasure.
Items of Interest.
The impression is current in
Ottawa that Parliament will meet
the tirsi week in February.
The Americans have put an
import duty of 20% on pulp in
any form. Numerous oars of
pulp wood are held up at frontier
United States towns for increased
duty, which was suddenly sprung
upon tbe people. It means the
killing of all Canadian export
trade with the United States.
Ex-Premier Hanltain is put-
ling up a greal fight in Saskatchewan. He leads the Provincial
Rights Party against the Liberal
Premier.
As Canadians we drank more
spirits and ale, and consumed
more tobacco per capita last year
than Ihe year before. We are
getting to be greater drinkers
and greater smokers yearly.
Congress and others called at
the White House and tendered
their congratulations. That
part of the program was omitted
today. However, many letters
and telegrams, congratulating
the President, were received at
the White House today, also e
number of floral gifts.
The routine at the White
House was in no way changed
t'tday, as tbe family celebration
of the day by a family birthday
tinner has been postponed until
ifter the return of the President
St. Pail, Minn., Oct. 27.—It
honor of President Roosevelt's
forty-seventh birthday the
ioosevelt Club of this city will
,'ive a banquet tonight, to whloh
many prominent men of this and
ither states have been Invited,
anong them Governor La
''oiiette of Wiscousin ana
Governor Folk of Missouri. The
banquet will be held at the
Merchants Hotel.
Ootl Output.
The eoal output for,the week
ending*Frlday, October 20, was
as follows:
Coal Creek 5,772 tons
Michel 5.481   "
Owbornado 1,981   "
GOOD NIW8 FOI HOTII.
Total.
.13,245
Commuuiotfed.
I take this privilege of thanking the officers and Members of
the Cranbrook Literary Society
for a check of $ft.20 handed me
by their Treasurer, in aid of
Free Reading Room.
H. White
St. Eugene Hill Will be
by December lit
That the close down nt tha 8t
.iigene will not be as long as
vasal first expected cornea aa
the best possible news tor Moyie.
"We shall start up again aiaob
. Hiner than we expected, "Mann-
rer Cronln Informed the Leader
yesterday. "By November 16th
ve expect to have a full craw at
•ork again, and we shall aa-
leaver to have the mill niantng
,y December 1st. Tha smelters
ire running short of ore, tha -
nice of lead is good and we are
anxious to do business."
The blacksmith shop Ie preetl-
sally completed, aad the hoist
vhich was brought over treat
tossland la being Installed aad
vill be ready for use In a few
lays. Work hi the shaft will ba
resumed next week. The new
'ioist will be here and Installed
>y the first of the year. Tha
terminal building and ore bin at
ihe upper end of the gravity
ram are nearly finished.—Moyie
.Leader.
President Roosevelt's Birthday.
New York.   Oct.
seven  years today
.1. F. Priugle, Spokane Junction, wus In Cranbrook Tuesday
on business,
J, A. Ksierbrook, of Kimber
loy, was u Cranbrook visitor ou
Wednesday.
R.L.T. Oalbraith, lndinnAgent
ut Fort Steele passed through
Cranbrook Thursday on his way
to Creston on utile inl business.
J. Cooper, C. Fountain, and
D. Finnegnn, Sintnluln, Assn.,
were registered at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
A. Carney of Kaslo, government timber inspeolor, wus at
Cranbrook Wednesday on official
business.
, Frank Williams of Fort Steele
who has been ut I Un 11 more
Spring for soi.io time returned
on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mclir'ule of
Calgary were Quests at the
Cranbrook Friday. Mr. .McBride
IH a brother of J. D, McBride
and is in Cranbrook to see his
father and mother who were in
jured in the lute accident on tbe,
Crow Hue.
Serious Acoident.
"Buck" Raney, who has been
driving the Fort Steele and
Junction stage for several years,
hud a run uway last week, and
wus thrown from the stage and
badly injured. "Buck" laid on
the prairie for four hours before
receiving assistance. His leg
wus broken and knee badly
fractured.
Knocking tbe Government.
The Daily Nelson News is
much exercised over the fact
that the Provincial government
has not collected a Provincial
license from brewing companies
in this Province. For the Information of the "News" we will
say that a brewer's license was
collected by the province up to
llie lime Joe Martin was premier
when he gave inst met ions not to
license brewing companies, und
he returned all license fees
collected,
Will Not Faoe the People.
lu connection with SirWIlliam
Mulock's retirement, there is this
lo he said, that he goes out of
oftice shortly after he had dis-
owned principles thai lie once
warmly espoused. He and bis
friends got into power because
t hey championed provincial
rights in regard to education; he
„,,,■> out of office having invaded
provincial rights in regard to
education. He is not to face on
the platform or in another election those people who think he
Is stultifying his record—Toronto World.
27.—Forty
on October
27, 1858, President . Roosevelt
was born in the house bearing
the number 28 on East Twentieth street in this city. President Roosevelt being on his way
from New Orleans to Norfolk,
Va., on boajd of the cruiser
West Virginia, he will be unable
to spend his birthday wilh his
family, as he has been in the
habit of doing for many years,
nor will he be able to be present
at any of the celebrations arranged in honor of the day.
The Roosevelt Home club,
which was organized on October
12, l'.'Ot, by twenty five admirers
of the president, will celebrate
the day by a banquet which will
be given tonight, in the room of
the old Roosevelt home, where
the president was born forty-
seven years ago. The president
had been invited to be the guest
of honor, but, of course, could
not come.
The Club is determined to preserve the house in which President Roosevelt was born and to
maintain it as a national land
mark. The club now numbers
about 300 members and applications for membership are received daily from all parts of
the country. Mr. L. P. Olasel
is the president of the club and
Arthur Fuller, the historian, is
the secretary. Many prominent
Friends and admlrersof the president huve been invited and some
interesting addresses will be delivered.
Washington. D.C., October 27.
—For the first time in years
President Roosevelt will not be
with his family on his birthday
today. His forty-seventh birthday finds him on board the U.S.
cruiser West Virginia, now oa
its way from New Orleans to
Norfolk. The usual program
for   the   day  waa, therefore,
Taft Party Off For lsthmti.
Norfolk, Va.,' October, 27:—
Secretary of War Taft and his
party will mil on the cruiser
Columbia tomorrow for Colon,
where they are expected to
arrive on November 2. Besides
Secretary Taft the party Includes
Col. Edwards of the Insular Bu-
eau. Gen. John P.Story, retired,
President of the Fortification
Board, Col. Black of the Engineers, Major George Thales, Recorder of the Fortification Board
and W. W. Mischler, Secretary
Taf t's stenographer.
Before his departure Secretary
Taft said he would take quarters
on shore and see all there was to
see along the canal zone. After
I week on the Isthmus the whole
party will sail for home on November 9th. The purpose in going to Panama, Secretary Taft
said, was, first, to Bee what actually had been done since he was
there a year ago. He also Intended to know Just where.the
money had gone that had been
expended for the canal account.
He desired to be able, when he
returned to tell the public pre
cisely the status of work on the
canal. After seeing just what
had been done and the difficulties
in the way of active construction,
he said, he hoped to be able to
deal with administrative ques
tions concerning the canal effectively and satisfactorily, as well
from the standpoint of the engineer as that of the business man
:> Annul Ball, of Tenia DM.
0 On the evening of the 24th the
tTranbrookj Lawn ^Tennis Club
gave their acjoaatlhall. and judging by the numbers that took
advantage of the occasion, tho
popularity of the event la greatly
on the increase. This ia ae it
should be, as' no trouble waa
spared to make the dance a sac-
cess. The music and the Boor
were excellent, and the decorations showed tastefulness, being
appropriate and harmonious. In
fact the club Is to be congrata- - -
lated. • 	
Although It.was not oar Intention to make any remarks ln regard to the costumes of tha
ladles, which were most artistic
and becoming, we cannot refrain
from observing the impress of a
certain publication, which evidently had Its effect upon the
minds of the costttmers; not that
this country has ever been guilty
of that misdemeanor, but wa
presume that prevention le batter than cure.
We were sorry to see that tha
single ladies were in a minority.
Now, this is not right in a growing community, and should be
altered as soon as possible. Also,
that some men, very few, we are
glad to say, think thst their sola
aim at a dance Is to look nice;
this is a mistake. A plain man
who dances well Is In greater
favor than a good looking figurehead. So It behoves every man
to do his best to improve hlii
dancing and not be content with
being wall-flowers.
When all is said and dona.
everyone enjoyed themselves to
the end, which came all too suddenly, although then paat two
o'clock, and the over 00 guest*
wended their way homeward.
materially changed.
New Method of Speed Testing.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 27.—
The new protected cruiser Charleston, which will be tested for
speed tomorrow is the first war
ship to be tested in accordance
with the new system of speed
testing. Formerly the vessels
were given a run over a staked
course of a definite number of
miles or knots. Under the pros
ent system the revolutions of the
screws during a run In the open
sea are watched, after the pro
pollers had been carefully stand
ardlaed. This method wae chosen
at the recommendation of the
former Bngtaoer-ln-ChM Mel
ville, and Is t£j*arded as the most
scientific aa* sccntrate method
]*a> 4evlasd far tsotrtaialng the
In «brafm**paedof Ip.  The
Indians nt 8t. tngin Vtaim.
The Indians are arriving at tha
St. Eugene Mission to celebrate
the first and second of November. On these days tha offices
will be held as it is usual, every
year, vis: Wednesday, feast of
All Saints; Mass will be oelebre
ted at 9 o'clock in the morning.
Sermoh from this t«xt of Bt
Matthew, c. 22, verse 14. "Many
are called, but few are chosen."
Thursday, All Bonis Day: Mass
at 9 o'clock. Subject to he
preached: "There is a Purgatory." In the afternoon, procession to the grave yard, aad
special prayers for tin dead.
DnttnTmfc.
An accident occurred \
miles eaat of Wardner I
suited ln the death oft
His name
was deaf, wht-th (
notheario
train.,
thai I ,
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mainlainingsenuinenews- and Saskatohewai. thai Ibe
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While business cannot be said
to be rushing in Cranbrook just
SaaMd In IVuaJafirtK TV.
T..,' Ball*, t'a-ni.;. 111!
for CM
ajmnmHi"i'minninmii>imM»Mmiinn»!innnnm^
| LEASK & HENDERSON |
iu'"!-.
,.._,   — ,  -....
- Urnvfi Up-to-Oite
Chrmnbrook,
LOKS    |
B.C.
»»iiilii>iiliith»>>iiiliiliiiiinli»i>iiii»ii»iii»i»i»»rw
McClarys Famous
STOVES
now.   oar   merchant.-,   havt
IcomplaiDi toioakeand thev hav*
all a*re*d that  the coming s*a   pAP  V/lIP ',D" N« Sillier-
son bids fair lo be on* of (he I VI   CAJll)   PldUlXl KdtilifK
I most prosperous  in  the history     Compl*te and r-:,i. -.   -i.-.,-.-
of this district.   Oor own eijie-  A eixid money maker
|ri*Dc*is. lha: busine-.as is fairly ,   opgMii>u
irood. and we :ook forward con- ^^ ,m   ^ ^^
Sdently to beinjr abl* lo make	
improvemenis in ibe paper and
in th* job printing department in
' We*pinxr   with   th*   growth   of
Cranbrook.  and  in*  limes and
;h* bright outlook ahead        H	
* i    Choice Confectionery    t
Tb*r* U u.or* inquiry far nda- J Frt$h „ut$    Fre$(| Frl|jt$ | ■ WlMUmiHl*
ng property in J«outh*ast hoot- T y 0
**********************
! STEWARTS |
I Tk«  LEADING STORE  Per
When   You   Think  Of
n
Perekue   friee  $3.00 t MtiU
lllewtiee Made Per 0M Mukin
Arnold & Roberts
You Think Of
"HUTCH
s
»
JOHN HUTCHISON
-   PHONE  119   -
Cranhrook, B.C East Kootenay.
Your atteatloa I. called to lh.
■Pioneer Limited" train, of ihe "Milwaukee a SI Paul Itallwajr." 'The oalj
perfect train, in ibe world.''
You will Bad it deniable lo ride oa
thcae train, when fuinj to anr aootnt ta
the Eaalers Stale, or Canada. The;
connect wilh all Tniu«Miinenlal
Train, and all Ticket Agents sell
tickeu.
For further information, pamphlets,
etc. aak any Ticket Agent or
It U TOKD. H. S, ROWB,
Pbm. Airrni, General Afrit,
SPOKANE PORTLAND
CRANBERRIES f \
FOR rHAXK-i>.|V|\i: T C
FALLS VIEW HOTEL  |
II SAVE TIME
AT
Patmore Bros,
BEST   IN  THE   LAND.
enay jari al  preset; than .-v*r
befor*    We ,-an safelv o-hidi on ,,       „_, _„.-_„.„....        T .
- i i"i. i fi.\..R.i.h pi, ia
y     m  Q-rru-.n-T ? I CHEMETTE a NEAL Propnetors
_. t    A.jr. o!-,',ART ?5
The people of Cranbrook ha. •   f if __.     __ .,. ,_  _      w_
..-..^. ■ iPtxw/5   *\niif,*Jwo. *\t ± i -Bl   Marysville,   B.C.  *~
They  ar*   at   peao-   a-iih   :b*  H*t*M H H ! Ill : 1 ■ 1 1! I !-l   /
i..r .                         .                                                        - f
... faamaamm ■iim.iwsw,,^    *
CxBioercial travellers who
■ have visited Cranbrook o( late
|say that  it  ** tbe liv*|ie*t -   .
Cos> and
COmforaSie Rooms
Royal Hotel
Headquarters for E^sS .0»„ in ,be Kootenav*
Minins Men ...
There i* need for belter rea..'- i
[and trails, and ae may look far f
j increased   appropriations   from
      ^^^Bl proviociaj a&asemblv.
Marvsvilte, B.C. FRANK ANGERE. Manager
Sifansrers  vlsttice Cranbrook
go   away   xi;h   tbe impression
that the mines in oor vicinity.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ asd   tbe   immense   lumber   re-
 ——-. ~— , .   ^j **;..,.„^.1». ...»   -<»rc*s tribatory i., ihis town.
a *  -  ~"   -  neeeamty asake oor citT
 great importance
...
Kock\ M ,'jntai" Chapter
X<>    1^.   JL A. i<
cKAxaaooK, .&.C-
y*rz    ar Zi*r'.:r.£*:— i:^ T>-^-
:. ■     :   *-*. -    t.. ■*.*'    .'   - .-- '
H.  M. lt,."S».w.
The  large>t  anU   best equipped hotel iu the St   Marv
illey. COMMODIuLS SAMPLE Km (MS
ai?>i
ALL   THE    TIME
PHi'NE B3
r*(i  II,.x >C
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
aar> »ll
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PMl. OMAM. IN tOM,
ana
Crow's Nest |
Steam L,ai4ttdryiALL POINTS EAST
Flannels. Blankets. Curtains. Carpets. Etc.
Tbe a;>
*d thrv«««
„ --- r> a--
has hees re<V3tly erected, and aeatly
be  Bar is sapfdied  wi:     -        eat brand
FORT STEELE \r*
*-\r>iTiTT7TrTr'   -^r\    irn    S   a l-j
BREWING "0  D I ■K^^°'<:<Aonao^^
Professional.
aiBVIT k  McCABTIB
8»?*:STERS t%Z> SOLICITORS
HASBF
PERNIE, B.C
M.VNXFACT'RERS ar.-: 3REWEK>      EXTRA FINE
BEER g PORTER
S:i: 5Y Tril BARREL LE3 CR 1-T7J2
Bottled beer for famil*.
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRUT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
ir. ..or.-.. . .\JJ\   J w .-....-.., . LL~>
have been in tbediArict recently;     ,
♦ .■■..<-.*     -*r    tive   mineral   re■   '* •  P» GURD
4>  s..-■—.     T  -. express «ur
J  -,..-~-   .'      -r   .-.•■>ir:.iyf» ."W inanv
♦ La -.. -. -v.»v5«wit. Barrister
♦ ... Solicitor. Etc.
J      '.: E.V-- K ■----.^y    - i  -.   :. -.:.-
Tlsewie of jrreat  mining activity r.-Munn^
♦ within   tbe   i«ej;  year   a*  are *■"**" *w*'
Brilish Columbia
C>H.
DUNBAR
. r. o. box »:i    m
1    ?tUf>«o»F. ao. •    p
Fort   Steele Brewing Co.
Ltd.
9 peaiedly  slated that noabere in
T lb* Pmvinc* i> there sach a rar-
t ity of minerals,   and a- .lev.lop- ^%^^ *,-™:
• 'menl   pmc«ed> on the various
Z claims  the ..re  hndies give evi- __
J der.^s   oi     ^rmaneocy     Tbe Cranbrwk   B f
4  -i■..,-•. ai..   -'av.   aith  Cranbroot
J   .r.d East K.r,tenay ail! be in lh* «*•  "•   Thompson
9   .vim
We Make a Specialty of Washine C.P.R Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK    CCARANTEEU   FIRST   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
J
NORTH   STAR       J
^—     HOTEL t
Kimberley,   B. C. *.
H. W. DREW. Proprietor. __-^^^1! J
Fatac* aad Touriat
•topac*. luttatt
Ukcaiy Can. Hod.ra
Bay Qewfcaa
Diaiar Can.
MtAL* a ui cam.
Best  Meals on Wheels
2 Fast tsaiss r%
KAST AND WEST DAILY   af!
For full particular., rales,   ttilat.rs
rlc, call ,,r. or addm..
S.G. VKKKKS. u.w.p.A.,
Sealil*. Wub.
C   \V.    MtHONKV. i.e. 4  T.A.,
Spokane
Post Office
Store
"im l h» Tr» deta
The political busses ot  Crar,
bnx* are waitinsj  for the pan!i-
==-».   BABCBITXKa S.KJITP*
_!»• »'^ajrv rraur
la, •
a^iili.   1 Tj.
s:-:e ;orooK are waiunp ror me poou-        oftjci lcjsk ■biloiic
-.,--:, i.'-.--^.i fajjoo 0; ;he pneiamation for
u^,»if^,«ri,w«   inroarporation. ami  m tbe mean   Cna+nak, Hi.
** "^*>7 T ""' **** "tf7.1 time are whistling to keep iheir ■	
The largest Genera) Store in Mansville. where miners
can be supplied with anything they a^nt at all times at
Cranbrook prices.
The Illinois Central
MaiDiaia* unexi-ellcd «r,ice from
the vol lo the -a.' and soaih. Makinf
alflaa cooDeriitKu with train, of all
'.ralmaonlinentai line., paaseofer. are
| >fiven their ch*i»v ,,f routes lo t'hicatto
i llnlailHa. Memphi. and Xrw Orleans,
and thnuirh -.h,^* pabfti l* Ihe far east
™ I Prtwpective triTeler* desiring, infor-
i tnatt.« a. lo the losr.-ai rate» and be.1
i routes are invited bo ,-orre*pociden»'e
wilh the following -*-i-*-»-n'.*.:..»-"
B H. Tm-MBt'n. CttaataaM *«eni
Iti Third Si.. IWltand. OrrV""-
J. I    [JNIWKY. T. V. It I'.A.
1« Third Si.. Portland. Oresron
Y H. THoaiesox, P. A PA.. Itoom 1
Bid;.. Seattle. Wash.
fc-Ti-.'.      "f     Wi    1,
 ^^B oarage up
.mi-.-'-   ■>.       --.,--     -    - ■    ■>•   H*«*v« •    •    •
ZmT*ZZZ£ZZJ£a£JZ?£.      N"w i* «b«- "n-* to invite capi
»«iKuwBriwi•auiwj- »nJ ., tar Karuwe., i tal to exploit the  hidden weailh
5*^^ M* Wrtet» ih^r **r» #) rh,iBe    Of   Sotlth-M$t    KOOle«j Th*T*
****** *a-*-\m w* ctaiM. ihrBo- ■*••.! •» ttiAxm-1 is no reason why   we  should  be
' U fbmt*/. *e kmretaftiru
i«* k*«* B     	
i   I*****' *— »•■ -    *"     *';> 'lure has l>vn  kind  and spread
TV*re,«*. Hrr\-tfnritt«v   UoMtol
1   » l*»ri*. BnckeuMR   •.«*! " ~~""
THOMAS   McVITTIK
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothings   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
MIHKRAL AlT
t*T   P:    A-.%  %.*t  l«r
P.L.S. « C.E.
aaa,^ a., arrea wht   .....        . u^
behind in the  race,   beaaise na
Fort Steele B.C.
-IT   "HI- 11*     t
■Jj-Ij.'JjBV fc-j.
-» an 4/: >**
NOTICE.
I NOTICE.
XoUce  U  h».rvh\   ^iveo   thai   ».jtjr
»U\> after dale- I invwi *.o kt*pl? to the
-   f'    -'.IM.   »*
mn   ,iMU  «**l       T%vi N.rn-iihailhmy >t*v»f'.r .t»i^ l
ltt\Z\S*-*t£^^^ <»"-" *?
*cis^.l* latetwe' Me^i.1 lKa*«ae ,o c, *t"l ,*n\ *..« liKbar   f„lt.»wiiu: de..-ritwd   Land,.  Ailoalr  ia
Ih. raanw. .«'•"■ tar leakaawltat  ,le»rt>as,  ksk   :» Rs»,   ~|S>|W|I Ki.WMJ.
K..>,rw.j-: ,,wnm.-m-i"n:»l ihe ...uiheaM coreer
J.t.*\J 1
PhysaicU" i- ; S..roeots
larrKi um-v, a-.x.
nwWfr.   >'-:• 11 a-ffi.  lift'. p^B.
T %> * |a.i».
^ii^i!iiiiiNfnnfin^iiiiininii!iiii*itnnii!'wnTOfi!!iiii!nJK
=I P. Burns & Co. |
A    •*** **:3
. art! m%\r**rt •"*.
i~o«nw*»r'-u  ».   *    *,->*•<   MMlrtln
Xm*A*   j*e-.vae:
 nr.;»u*»
Brrvit^n.*ccv * iMttkcml cw—*7f pMM*t" »h—■**<
»-4     I>
DENTIST
  ^^j^ ,, u^^LamHse.., r..r*rr»(a„.,l,.v ...l .(»., »• imsI".    IB    chain*,   ihenee   r«ri    H"   W.    *Ci.    W*r9V*3\3
lll'^^r.^^"w,rn-    tr* ,ka^irh*i,^ ,rf*1  ** '^   Kw*^«v   Rl.,f    tfcrsav oh.ic^. thenoe aa^lth SI, .-fiatlfcjx   thetwe
swadutst^sMK  TVe I •«1 —** tat \tar «< t** am » liMta. u, . ^ w ^^o, ,,„„ wt!ft 3, u-h»in^
"** S*" 4*,T "■""■ "^  ,>e«. ,«»«<««» ,».«.-—,k Je« tk. chains- lher»>- we.1 ».-haim w place !;-****»
ar* * B*rw»it»r». i Hw. oi Vat am * catsas. ,o ik. pa^e "i •#■ of   hejrinnins.   c»tainin(  •»> acres ■ * * »-"*-
ftsmlwc. ^swtwlsjla. «s »«. swea- tt It*. , (q^^ of. t,
Dwse,, **«s.sst>*« usAj. ,-a*.
Titltts. Baaariai--. .a-r  IjntwiM
£ BaatOaVa.
fe Catcarr. Ajesnta
£
£
£
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Merchants
a.. *. -j.        ^^^^^^^^^^^
Dwoatriwaw at A*rtcs.T.r..
(,:-,■*-.. ai::.*,
i m. iXDtas-.s
John A. M.-iXcid. Ueasoc
SWi'.UT,
i
n.Tta Bre^,Urt a«eM.    Dated -Jiia Ikt ca; o! I^j'.. laui.
Dealers in Abauoir ar^ Cold Str^age:
OrrKTurfP^naBOi ig"     Li»« SttKh at tmkfUj, HbtrtX
Armstron* Ave   Cranbrook •g^uaumMniiuinaittit>iaiiti«gietMiiHMimiit»fWu||nn||.
NOTICE.
Coiner CHt and  N,*th Star Mineral
Claims.
asliua. i. :». run *ttt* ttiala, 1*.<«.,»
at Kaal six.-eu* IHauwt.
*Tam l«sale4  - Oa u. *».'. ^aW ^avawlb
!.'» at 9m si a.rr. k..»- ,mi i> »:ir.
i -• « da arsare.
-^     T»ke soutt ta.! 1 Ma Q   ,-wavssl.o. m
2 i B -*-".  * **£* sctla.  ..  «■!   K» Jwep.
^  H-     wr«ai      »•».     »»■.      recti.
«u» Sa Krara, uicr Ona  Free mim, <
__  Omaeau Ntv n rani, iatead. sliu '..,. fnsa
3ta.aM.kOTm toatVl. sstaeMlalaaKaajxaaJer
^ '. :•. c«fuac*i* ot jfwasaaai aaw tsa. s«r-
Crmkbrook. BC -g j   aw t*nfctc i*t* m«m* ttei vim*  •»»«
^3 ' *<*■'-«*- V »*«»i >* c*mMm**mx***k tutor* ilk* LaM-
3 tM* **** ••< * CWtlltfrU* O* iMpI HlfOWII
— 2     im-^ iki«ruj«* rf A*«**u. \ » i*»
3 i    r J°HX U  tTMMlNtiS
3; sciicc	
3 l    TAKE S-TU-l. a»t Uirtj  Uy* afwr «M«
3 . I   lUtsl 10 ftp-ply t* Im* <m*9i  Olfjftillft— *
•*9   iAnU u,'. W*x\u «.-.f ft »pnrul ;:■<•»* v ■«"
t »*-: «u*nr »»«j i.nt#f I*v**a Uk* fv4)e«iaf -v
' MTTftad kft»d» Ift   SantkrMM T'| I1IT1J
ri.m.t***ii^ •■ • yam v^»*#-l ftN,*f.i .•**■)
\ *m%kX9» 9*mlm Ot IW MdfcttftrM   <***%+* titjl* t\*
»*n'.l*».*. K.v.eu) ibm* MM *^l*l!
<!*-.!* laW*C« Mtflh *":fr.*t rktlM. I****"'*
' ••**.*,   •>/!.•     rtniM     ISwi-*    «MUi    #*<»..*
: ctefeft* b» ptM« di tatt»ftt»(. kMM ■• LM
W J   riMLM't. TBE PROBPKCTOR. CRANBROOK, B. C, OCTOBER «*. 1106.
L. CLAPP
Wentworth Hole
W. ROLLINS
 nlllll
Baker Street,     Cranhrook, B.C.
m
Lighted   By Electricity      w
Heated By Hot Air  -    » .
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS  FOR TOURI8TS' AND OLD TIMRRS
Central
Hotel
$   Marysville, B.C.   $
li Tho liiading Hotel of the St.  Mary's Valley.
Nice ulry rooms, newly rurulihed.   Table aa good
as liny tn KonUMiay
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
n
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
IB. H. SHORT & CO. *
*. ARMSTRONG  AVRNIIR ,
t • * Newest
9
*>;.
4
♦;
Da
aoers
0       «♦•
w Over 400 Different I'attcrns to Select From
I  Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
P.O. BOX ilil
PHONE Ul
. Wholesale _—-****
LIQUORS at CIGARS
A. C BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Caluarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBEL & CO., Hay and Gram.
Cranbrook, B.C.
C-9    'W*     **W»
Gaiflam Gauie 60.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish and Poultry in Season
Y
Turkeus *--™- Turkeys•
Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention     |
9    Order By Phone 4B    #
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under Mew Management
. .       ju       When you want a good
Headquarter* for mining   J   (>|ace  tQ gtop come |0 fa
men antl old timers.
Manitoba.
d, a, Mcdonald, manager
Wo Give You Your Monay'ra Worth
***\j9 ywxywtoy.
SATURDAY, OCT SS, UM
LOCAL NEWS.
A. McLellan, Winnipeg, waa
in town Monday.
D. R. Yates, ot Bayard, was
In town Monday.
J. P. Stone, Urautfortl. was a
Kuest at the Royal Monday.
R. L. MoBrlde, Nelson, waa in
the city Monday.
W. A. Millar, Spokane, waa la
the city Monday.
H. C. Woods, Toronto, waa at
tha Cranbrook Monday.
Best conditions five bast results, so coma early In tha day
tor youi photos.   Prest Studio
H. Uyers, B. K. Dawson, and
J. Stockton, ot Nelson, ward In
tha city Tuaaday.
Mark Shilling came down from
Perry Creek Saturday laat on
business.
Born—At Cranbrook, Friday,
October 28th, a son. to Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Ourd.
^™"~        1
Jake Fink returned Monday
from a business trip along the
Crow's Nest Pass line.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis,
Winnipeg, were guests In Crsn-
brook Saturday.
Wantkd— A teacher for the
Public School at Kimberley.B 0.
Apply to the Secretary of tha
Board of Trustees,at Kiiraherley,
B. I.
An emergent r.onvocation of
Rocky Mountain Chapter,' R. A.
M , was held iu Masonic hall on
Tuesday evening.
R. L. Phillips, A. L. Teetiell,
A. J. Morris, and H. J. Mackay,
of Vancouver, were registered
al the CraitliriHik Saturday last.
It will oblige us and give you
better service by making a date
early for your sitliiiair for the
Xiiiiis photo the folks east want
you to send.    Prest Studio,.
J. W. Funloii, who hasbeuu ill
lor several weeks, wus reveiviug
the congratulations of his taany
friends Tuesday. Mr. Fenton is
now well on the road to good
health.
It Is Coming,
The Upper Columbia and Upper Kootenay Valleys are now
open to tha world and are today
vast store houses of riches. The
men who are far-sighted enough
to invest here now will "sure"
be rewarded. Thousands of men
will And profitable employment
in thla territory during tha next
few years, and hundreds .will
make fortunea. Great mines will
be opened and many towns will
be born and Increase ln sise.
The great population that will
fill these valleys from Golden to
Cranbrook will create a growing
market for land produce and
every line of manufacture.—Wilmer Outcrop.
laothsr K. 0. R. Rumor
A rumor hails from Golden
J. li. DEER
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work Ouaraoteed
New Work Mado to MaMure
Armstrong Ave.  a&SB „<*.,
11111111H11111111H
TISDALES
Headquarter, lor
FRESH FRUITS
NUTS and CHOICE  '.
CONFECTIONERY
; Ice Cream and Soft DrtnK* ;;
Also Tobacco, Pip..
aad Olf an
: I   Baker St.   Cranbrook  ,',
I-H-HIIIIIiIIIIIUMI.
MUSIC
Mrs. Hiilof ™»m%W|
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing aad
grail ing of studies.
For particular, apply to 0.1. Raid A
Co,, Tin Onifflito.
that a prominant business man
ot that town recently returned
tram Calgary aad stated that ha
had learned thai* on good authority that a party of C. P. K
surveyors had orders to coma
hare shortly and run a locating
Una of tha Kootenay Central
Railway, crossing the Columbia
river near Firlaods and continuing on tha waat side up the Windermere lake. Thla rumor at
first waa received aa another
Joke, but aa tha name of tha man
haa been glvan out from whom
It la said to emanate It la being
mora seriously considered. Tha
rumor can do no harm and It
may aarva to revive a subject al
ready much dlacuaaad.—Wilmer
Outcrop.
L COHN
Tailor % Importer ot
riae Woolen.
Craabraok, B.C. Arattroaf Art
TU.MUaMlkHlklrtrd.7.MtW«U*U.IU.
dHStlHd MUSd U> aaalf Wlk. CUM Oaa<
■lia.nr tt I..WH ud Wsrt. w Victoria, B.
a, tw . se.sui u.s.is is ei mt a*m •*•»
UatarttMiik.MUsUt'w.HbM lu*, I.
Soutk Bwi Kmuuf.
baaaapalag ai . smi fiaatat atsktr
at ffaut Ball'. *a.a>*tlaa;
tkMM IHM MS <uia.. tkMos aorta ID ck.ii.,
i.ws. msi w .alias, tkoaw .wis at .tolas t»
•um. Of Olflaola.
MMOOMoUrltl*, IW
Bcw.ra K. Hunt
I Coa>uac.uat»oait»IMteo'Mtk..ovalk
MM «w at ttmari*.. Hamr'. tlabsr
lle.BC. lawc. MUlk 111 okllis, lk.ss.. wmi M
cUlun. tbenee aorlk ¥1 i-oelus. tlten. o Ms! 10
lakalas, tkaur. aonk at eltstna. Iktsse. mm* 40
ctol.s la nUoe at bMt.iiln..
MM. Octofc.r lltk, iwf.
Wllll.u H. H.reer
I CoaaMclu .1 .  posl nlemeal at ik.
MtttklMt i-'oru.r of W. II.   H.rr.y's liaib r
Itrtoc.. tkMM WMt IM ok.laa. tliaue. son,l, «i
rk.l... Ik.UM taut IN aila.llil Insure aorlta «l
ckklB. ta, plac. Of I'laHBIIirUia-im-n,
Dalai tvtnlier ink. l*».
lkM.li) M. I.lueti.n
I CoMB.ao.lkf.,.po.l|il.uudkUk.soulb
Mstcorthsrof l>. it. Llu.lisui a lloibaar liceuse.
IBM0. wesl IM ek.li,.. Ibene, soutb 4,1 chains,
tbenoe »«st 1.0 ehstus. tlieni-r norm III okstna
U, Bl«C Of beglUOlUg.
IMIe.1 Oevutwr lltk. IW
latlaa I M.r.i'V
i CotBUieueluv at . po.1 pl.iits.1 st llie
M|ltkM.t oornor, of Imb.1 ll.rvev'a lltiaka r
IteoiiM. IkMv. wmi IM ,-k.lns, tkeae. ...uili *-,
«k.t.s. IknceMst IMckslna. tk.B.v a.irth «<
Malm, tu oUc. ul kajsjlaalBf.
Dat<d Oclobev \X"t, IMS,
tully A. Hftrv.y
. CoBtuieBClBHBtk pMl UI.BWd»ltkeBoulfc
*Mt corner of Kuilly A. Harroy'. tllutwr
IIomm, lk.Br. w.tt IM ck.foa. ik.nce aoutti
MokBiB., tk.BMM.llMob.lB., tkenu. north
W ekains to .Uo. ol ostflnoln..
Mlol (VtoUr IIU. IK*.
LIIII.B H.rv.y
T ComraclBf at a Boat pluMd .1 tk.
soutkwMt can.r ol Mills. H.rs.r's tiatbtr
IIOMM, IkMM BOKk M ck.lBS, IkBBM WMI M
skslns. ikMMsootkMck.ln., tbiaM Mat M
ok.ta.1o plu. ot las.lB.liuj.
MWd OotoUr Ikk. IM,
Miry P. LlBikBB
• CO«a.MlB|.IBBMIplBBMd lorty OkalB.
MM at tk. BortkWMl oorur ol Edward K.
H.tv.y s tlakar IIomm, tk.Be. aor'k M okalu
IklBMITMCMMriU, tkMM soutk M ckkt.s.
IkMM MM *t ...IM to BlM. of Mf IBBIUI.
MWd ootokar IM, \*a\,
Cynu W. Hut.i
• imimlsi II a bbM Hhwi .1 tk. aorlk
WMI oorur at Cfra. W. Hsr,.y s UssMr
lllSMI, tkMM UOTIk M OMIB., IkMM MM M
akalM, ikaaMMawW .Lias, IkMM stsiM
okalu lo flu. ot kaftaalu.
Mud Odour Ittk, IM».
A. B FMWiok
H OmwjouI.i ai a mm |jluud al Ik.
MulkwMI oorur of Cyras W. H.ri.y s llabor
IImbm. tuu. autk IMokala., am wut«>
okala., ikMMMBikiNMalu, tkMM ana
ckala. u tk. bum of iMftaalBf.
MIM Ootolasr lltk. rWV
0. t'MWlok
II UOSBBlMOlBI.I.BOSlPUatSd.tlk.SOBlk
WMIMrurof B. K. H.rr.y's llabsr IImbm,
Umbm wmi IM otolu, IkMM aorlk M .kalaa
IkMM mm IMakalas, Ikneasoatk M «k.la>
U BUM Ol fcMlBBUf. f
MM OoloUr Ittk. im.
C. H Poll.0.
It Oobm.boIw al a boh plaatsd al Ik.
Mttlkw..! corur of K. R. H.rr.y'. tlaibar
IIMBM, Ik.BO. WMt IM.k.lBI. tk.BM ...Ik M
okala., tkMM Mat IM okala., tb.ne. aortb
10 CUIBS 10 BlM. Of M|lBBlBf.
MMd OoloUr Utb. not
T. H. b, r'.B.kk
II CauwMlBt at a pool pUoud forty
oulu oorlk ol Ik. urtkwMI corur ol V. M.
Llaakw. llMUr Ucmh. tk.ao. WMI WI
okalu, tkun aorlk kicaalna, IkMM mm IM
okalu, tuu. MBtk Mlk.lB. to pue. of be.
Ita.lai.
Mud Ortobor lltk. 1WI.
B. r'.nwlcb
14 CoBBiMiloi al a pu.i pUaud forty
okalu uorlh ol Ik. urlbwMl ooru.r of O. H
Llu.b.oi • UMMr IIcmm. IkaBM WMI IM
ob.lB>. aknHwa Job.l... tk.ao..ut IM
okalu, ib.oa. oortk M.kalB. to pl.c. of b.-
(luia.
Mud OoloUr Utk.lM.
a. H. rnwlcb
II Commotio, al a pMl plulad si Hit
oorlkwHl cornor ol U. M. Uukaat'. llubar
IImbm. iubc. oortk IM okalu, umjm mm to
oUUo, iuM.soatkM.kala., tuu* mm to
•MIM, IkMMMOtkMeUlU, IkMM wmi M
OUlU 10 pUO. Of OWflB.Iw.
Mlcd OitoUr UM, IMS.
W. H. H.r.ey
tl CoaiaMrloi ai a puM pUaud forty
okal.. wmi of Ik. owlkM.1 cora.r of B. B.
Hir'.y t lltooor IIomm. tk.u. wmi M.kah,.,
iUoc.so.tkM okalu IkMM mm M ckalB.,
tuau oortk M okalu U bUm of btvjrlBBtni.
IMWOllrtobsrlttk, IM.
C. H. Poll.n
17 Cotoawocioa st ai. port pUalM tl Ik.
Bortkwsn corur of ImM Usrr.y. tlakar
M .ulu, ikwtn tank
40 ok.U. u puu m Uttoalkf.
Uaud OtMUt Mt, MM.
T.H.taPn«tak
M (■■■artai at » put (Maud at IU
unk"M mtu. «jubat lay, uakm
M
M
MINBBAL AC*.
imam r.t
Bruoa, Vlctorta aad 0*Wm*m fwatlsa
MtaaralOlalaB*.
Shuu la tu Han SuMa tnatat MtMto M
BkMKuuuy Otairlei.
WUr.l0Mud:-OalUWMIMrkof tu
Usry's Klnr ud adyMalai IU OraM Mu
OrMp.
TaUaMtnlkM I, JU.O.OaaaUf.. Cn.
■Hurt cuilSMM Ma. "MMM»" mum
HOT! NT JMM a. Wrijkl, V.M.C. Ma.
lMa.MC.rom. r.MC, Ma, arM», aad
Ju C. naak«. r.M.o. Ma B.tMM. im
sltlyMyttrM.tk.MukMWf.UUOlyl.IU
MUlH SM.td.t tat a OkMSmm at lawttm-
bmu nt tu panM. at stuulu a Oram
Orut at tk. aaata .Ulaa.
sMtua M, aut k. MaauMd ubn IU Uu-
Baud ikU SMl mt at AaftM, An. MM.
ir jom a. cuMMnns
The Illinois Central
Mslstslss uaotcolM urrtoa from
tha»sottothaoaMaa<toouth. Maklag
clou ooaaoeiloai with tralai of all
traaaooattaoatal llaoa, ^ssssagats aro
ftma tholr eholoo of roatoo to Cbtoojo,
LouUtIIIo, Uoapbti and Mow Orltaaa,
SSi thteufh thaao potnti to tho tar east
ProanoetiYo ua.alar. doslrlsf later-
■atloo u to tho lowoat ratoi aad hart
roatM are lavttod to ootrMPMkSMQi
with tho teUowlat tapriiMHatlvaa.
B. B. Tbdmbdix, Coauaorolal Afaat
lit Thlrt It., Portlaad, Or^goa.
1. C. UKDBBY, T.r. * P.A.
IU Third St., P«rtlaa4, ONfoa.
P. 8. Thompoo*, P. k P.A., Roam
1, Oolaaa Bldf „ Saottla, Wars.
SBALED TBNUBBS sllrtiiia u ika aadw-
' slfsMMdndorMd "IMdar far ladUa
- ud FUk.rU. oMm Bldf.. how WMtalra-
ur, ao." wlU M ruMrad at Ul. Ma until
Ssturasy, Oetabw list. IM. lulusivoly. for ik.
coutruotlon of IndUa IM PUberte. oMr.
Bldp.. N.w WMtnluui
PUbs .ad sow IHmUoos to to bmu aad foraa
of MBd.r obulaod .t UU MpwUMBt. at th.
oMat pi 11 A. Keeler, s.«t.. BMldant slattlMsir
H» WnlBIBater BR
IHrsons tendering .re BtMlflM Ua, Luders
will not be considered ualesa made a.u tb.
prlaud form Kupullrd  ud sl.oi d srltk tkelr
Bclusl alff nslurca
Ksub lenr.er bus! Is, sccomusiileal by su
scented .beque on . cb.itcrcl banl, ui.de
o.y»l,le to Ibe aanlur oi llie i',aiouial,lr ill.
Minister at Public Work., equal Ul let. per
ecu, (lou.c.a f tbesmotlial of ttic natter.Wbtt'll
will be forfeited" Ir liac ua.il, inial line de<-lln
toenter Inl... cniis, a wk.u 0sllMltto.a1, litrta
so. or If be tail l,a ciuil'lctc tbe «■ 'he, filra.'U.I
for. If tli. tender " it), scented Ike cliaqa
will be retar lied.
Tb. MpartlB.nl doea oot bliel It elf In >c-
cept tb. lowest or on) lender.
by order,
KUKU GELIMAH.
SMfa-isrv
llapsrauient ef Public Works,
40 Outsws, Seoi. tuth. isos.
NOTICB.
NOTICK U h.r.by ilea, tb.l tblrty dap.
•B.r d.u I lauad to apply to IU CkUf Cob-
roluloaor of l*aod. Bad Works, ud to IU
AaalMUt OoMBIsMour of Laods aad Work.
for tk. DUtrlct of But Kooun.y tor a UImbm
M BTMBMl tO. CMl  PtttOlNB  OTW  tU foi-
loWlw dMorltod luda, situ>tod m Akaalu
oiMk uar IU Soutk Koauup Pau Trail,
Block 4M, BatilUMUra portlu of BrliUk
ColuaoU.
Votaaawlaa it a poM pttalad aaar IU Bootk
Koouaaf Pu. Trail, .boat two alwt fraa Ika
k(U of Akaalaa araak. mm .f ud adiolalaa
B.II. L. Ktrrr'a CMl ud PMrolraa Mala. aa«
Barkai Praak U.BsfM s utlkwaaawui boh
IkMM MM M ok.l». UMM soutk M akalu,
tkaUM wMtn okolas, tUu. una at akalu
to tk. pUm ol ktwlaalai, MBUlalao IN una
BOrsorlsu
ntik mmojm, bMtur
Joka OUya, Asatl
NOTICt.
NOTICR U Unby |lf.o tkal Iklrly day.
Blur dau I lauad u apply to tu ckut Coa-
alalMW of Load, ud Work., tM|i ui
AHl.u.1 CoBBl..l.B.r ot Laid, aad Work,
for Uo District ol Bul Kmuuf for a LIohm
to prMOKt for CMl ud PMroUaa on tb. f.1-
owliai dMcritod Lads, sltotu M IU fan. ot
tilsk-.-ukuaad Akaalu ciukt uar Uu
<*ulb Kootu.y Put Trail. Block IM, tout.
Maura portion ot Brltlsk Columbia
CobbmoIbi al. posl pUaud mr tk. SMik
Koouuf Pan trail, aonk ol aad BdUtalaf
alpkaaUyo'.OMl.nda.trolNB cUta, Ulae
Ik. lnitl.1 po.1 ol N.iUa WkMldM'..uia
skal a.rknl Nslbsn WkMldM'. mMM
oornsr po.1; tkne. aorlk M ek.las. Umbm Mat
Mtb.lM.tk.Bc. soutb N okala., ik.oo wm
Mok.lo. u Ika plaM ot bMiBBlai, conulBlat
•M km mor. or lea.
UsralMI Sspt Ilk. IM.
N.lbu WkMldn, UoMtor
« Job. Oloyn. AfMl
*CV'\TT'MT\    ox BAKER 9T., ONE DOOR WMT OP
2£\J\JX\alJ      RILL at CO.    Tho oaly alasala
that can make Ufa worth tho Uvlaf•
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Oats! Oats!!
Joat
Harris Bros.
i iMMIt
PELTON WATER WOTOR
6 INCH   PELTON  MOTOR
TOU BATS A WATKB PRI88UE1 OP 100 UM. XV
OtTT MAIVa Tho 6-iBch Motor niuatratad abovo will dorslop
S H.P. aad au but Uttlo water. Ohoapor than Oaa or Slootrieit*>,
n raaaiac PHntinp; Fntni, Djrmomoa, Ooaoral
Ito.   too tho Motor In Openttion ot tho offloo of "Tho
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
SELL THESE MOTORS
Aad will jiwo you Ml ptvrtlcular. and prlooa. Ot Writs as
diraot, (l*lBt partlcttloro at to pow.r roqttlrod aad klad of
■aohlatrv you with to ma.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Mtin St., San Fi-mImo, Cnl.
MMsesnssca
Royal  Hotel #
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
O
Y
A
L, I      AUBX McCOOl
r
Those who are weary and thirsty, drop In, and
lex will do the rest.
Propo
SALE  OP  MINERAL CLAIMS FOR UNPAID TAXES IN THE POUT  STEELE  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday the sixth day of November, A.D., 1905, at tha
Government Offices, Cranbrook, B.C., an the hour of twelve o'clock noon, I shall aell at Public
Auction, the Mineral Claims hereinafter set out. of the persons in the list, hereinafter set out, of
which Crown Grams have been Issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued, due and payable on the 80th
June, 1805, or accrued, due and payable at any 30th June subsequent to the date ot the iaaue of tha
Crown Grant and for costs of advertising and other expenses.
LIST ABOVR MENTIONED.
BBoisrrmRo owner or crown urantrr   nahr and orbcripvion of claim
0. H. Madatosh	
C. H. Maolatoah	
C. H. Maolatoah	
W, VeaAndalaaotal.
Arthur Phillip.	
Columbia H. Parker..
inf. i in
Wlaatay  U>tM17 O.l.....
Bartaa Lot Uli O.l	
Maolatoah LatWtO.i...
tactatd  IsNdfMQ.I	
•arpriao UHWO.I	
HoaayOaab UnHHO.l.
i-axesi   lIitof
BBS
DotNlat Ora*mymk, MU,tm*m»mn)tfl9jmmw, IBM.
A. C. NELSON,
A*Wft tnttl* 4MMMMIW iMMriflf
OramlmkPm THE PROSPECTOR   CRaNRK<X~iK. B C    OCTOBER 38
fill
..wxnwu^^vvv.^^ fWte Uroetrector.  OUR
2 Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHURIZED   M.OOu.OOf
CAPITAL ipaM 'P      ■   $3,000,000
*j./ REST ACCOUNT $3.000.'.»".'
SATritbAi     ■ T. --*.. ls.,5
PLATFORM
1.    No   .ubsj.i.'.a.C
.alt-ll  BOOr.
Head   Office   Toronto.
T K- HE8UJTT, Pre»W-nt   I). Y.. WXLXtM, \ „r-l'r*». .ad Goa  M»n.
AGENTS   IN   GRRAT   HltlTAIX—Lloyd.   But    .i lj«i«ro St..
A Gro«r»i Kukiog Bu>ioe» Traj«*«1eai.
Saving* Bank Department.—Interest allowed on deposit*.
Cranbrook Branch.       j. F.
|vuvuvuiAnn/inn*wianJrtAnnAAn/tAn/uuv"u\e^
M. PINKHAM, Manager.  1 """ "
uvu\rt/truuuuvtnn/uuu\iuui/uuut:       ^    1
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} LOCAL NEWS, j
If. M   Backelt, Montreal. *»>
in Cranhrfs.li Wednesday
U. Hiiki-v o! Marysville. was
visitin? ai Nelson ihis week
,   .i  L-       , L- - ...    ,„ i ..... Un liii* plaiforu. we have built
J. McKay ol r,,rt Steele June- '         .....
a. in lown Wednesday UP > &«* <"lsan OKI ° «*•*«■*•*•*
  One Ibat is iovitinf: '.» the people
K  Davis, of S*-aitie. was in
the city Tnaaday CALL AMD >KK I >
1     <  ltata.lDr.*.    ...    I'rv^aCTll-
'.luo work
'.    Prtaatpl     AtteY.itusi     k>
<   JartlSlDera.
4.     Xo lUk^-"1". 1." Ara, t-lljr
OCR   XEW     ,
XMAS MOUNTS
-    i
Art- lb*- lV->*. ;:.»"
K*»i*ra Maritri ASoni*
You  rannot sit a day too mhii
. now for vour
b  Photo
rrest Photo Go.
J   M   Ajrnevr. of fclko. «ra» ,n
■ *r. Tie-lav en taiisioess
H»5,er Si
Studio.
Cranorook. II C
(••ft********* **♦♦**♦♦**♦♦»
T       P   W    Coilfrev. Victoria,  was
9  s iriesi ai  the ('ranbrook Tu»«.
Wields I
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Btork Quotation.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COi*vIMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Rwervi Fund. $3500000
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B E. WALKER, Cnrntl MaMUjsr       ALP. LAIRD, Ami. Ooa I Hum*,
BANK MONEY ORDERS
loauiD at thi roLLOwim aarfa,
$j and un<J«f  I ssaai
On. IS ud not ncMtUof tlS  (anas
•   tis                            *"*  *******
-   »»      "           *         IM  IS cans
Ta. Ordrr. an PayahU at Par .t »• aA»t9 OaaMa M'* ChartarMI
B»nk. iVukm, jacifMif. «"d al iH. pnrwpal bukntg paou la lh* vmM
Stale*. .«*.!,ams at a aa un «
THE CANADIAfl BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON. EN(i.
Tksy form aa caccllenl method of ramlrUaa aaiall mum al ■
' with -MT and at sraall mm.
Underweari
Mr   and His, A. Krafle.   Elko.     r-.r».***4  m   w»*  t Mat
»-r*-   ('ranbrook   visitors  Tu*»v ;r*-».»*>f-«»* r>
HMMMl «*ir»i*-* iC»s»dt*.*»-
U»*"'L. Wiffi** ..*i*»rr»»*aa'
Ilrfo*-**. Wir*-.w*4 T- **«i»l'ft)
Nf-rtA SUf
DRAYING
v.s|«.'..« i«l«l«>l»l a.B.ail»B'
We have heen in the btiMneaa  a
for  several  years, we have the &
best equipment .:.   B.C and   ml
guarantee satisfaction. *
::.  .  '-Is SAYINGS into DIAMONDS;
Ml AMiiNliS In your ..a-,.,.,™
Mr and Mrs. V A Hollin
rake. Toronto, were reiristered
at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Krtti Simpson, editor of the
Herald, was at Lethbridtre for
several davs this week.
I,   the   kiod   that U N,K5,,,M,I>J-| ,        MkiD>       Iggfiap,      Albt.
WKKYtB ,.<n,I> and jou t~: a full A  wil> registered at the CraBbrook
dollar- »,wrif, Inr every (Uillar ire ■ '■ Wednesday
s.llits.
si  Kuara.n.
j-.aa.* .-- . .'   . ■
W^t^ra Oil swl Too,.
.-.:-.'^.'. .^a. '.■ .. aOoat.
,.^n. *.!.., l.j»4 M.t. Jts».il ro
falaa.
w«,.na 00 snal »'<>*.   a**    Sulll... .a.]
S!   ,    .•.:.-   6SO, I OatOIt
EVERY   GARMENT
2 SO. lienest anil S. J. Coo of
J Calsrary. C P. R officials, were
* at the Cranbrook Monday
IS GUARANTEED^      Mr>    L. M.  John.   Spokane.
9 was a Cranlirook   visitor  Satur-
_   . .   . A dav last.
To be perfect and give i»-r -W 	
feet  satisfaction.     We   have*      \jr    an(j   Mr,   r   t\.  Carey
these agoods in several weights JJ  were  Cranhrook   visitors Satur
„.                              * dav la.st.
and are selling ahem at m	
"CHEAP GOODS"' prices*
:
A A Sanderson. E D Watson. Montreal, were guests at
the Cranbrook Monday.
.1 C. Vivian and .1 A Chris-
9 lie, Winnipeg, were in the city
9 Tuesday.
Stock  Quotation»
Puirfehed by J'-hn  HtHHW  l Cta    *"r*n
brook BjC
Th^ follmiDf ar« mrirnl pn>*« »i which th«
•tocc*. riaiia?^ r»n t« t«raf*.h#*l      .....
Si  Krigen* ■    I    *•
Nonh Sur	
Sulilvha.
Maritm: it »n«'lia^,
.; ■*■:'.%: '■■ j   boa)
SVetlkm Coal
We»l«ni Oil
t voter Stai Xt
WftrBMl**. -I
>AI.ES:-SW>  SL   Bacrflu        *W   BaKOBL
.-*•' w•*•*.•■ rn Oil     •
■ About thai Piano f
.', We an1 the authorized  agents f
:i       for the removal of Mason &: Kisch S
j PiaiK*. we can do the work with- m
out risk.      Als,. Household Fur L
PERRY « FITZGERALD I
l*r,.(.ri..tor-ef llie J,
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
ilffi.-.- oppaOall
C.I'.R Ui.,'.
reiirewnt. murtvy w,,r^ ntnrrsjr i
than you pay for th«m after you
have worn then, a trhllo. for th.
advance in price. I. marked, and
there i. pntillvely nu danger of
Diamonds depreciating Id value,
t If coune It I. always imwMary
In cbOOM wlsel) and |«y the right
prlpe. when you make your self*,
tion. therefore it la essential thai I
you should I'luasae (lie gems at I
n'-jsitiailal,' house, (lur re«»rd
... dealer, to dlainiontls isfmultiat
we think as enviable, and our
u.'k all.™. Ibe l«-l -.lictinn in the city.
t'honr .3.
. _^«.«w. -      F- fate & Sob    ,
:    j^**■*■**•>**>*■>,**i,^^ Leading Opticians,
| fk**%   C^l TNT? f ia Offldal Watch Itupaetora Crow*a KeM.PWa Dlt<UoaO.P.R
]..     iWrnLai f  i^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^a^M^a^V^^%Sr^i^m^*y^a
,W ibr olal V,:, ..  .. nartar shot,
rsn Tt,.w 1* louaiai Ira lh.
*i WAITs   BU1U3ING V X
5 f! 2
P.   F. Tnompson.   of  S.-atile.  f r*tnt CUu. Work In all branchoi # fft   __ ..__ _  ___^
-•"■■"■'T™        |        -*        l| {SOUVENIR
l)n N'ou Want a
C E. Furman. of Talwr. Alta..
was in the city Tuesday.
C    A.    Ca&ipbelt,    Hamilton.
Oot was in the cit. Tuesday.
i Tonsorlal Art. ||
^•a*>a*>a'**»a'^*«^*>«^^.*i
W  H  .James and  E. .1. Scott.
af of   Vancouver,  were guests   at I —
_^ . ^j9 ;lae ('ranbrook Tnesday. F Stevens.; and W  Rankin, of
♦•»**♦♦•»«**■»* **♦♦*«*»♦«•»♦*»«•«                         nkotoks. Alta.. were reftiatered
Stipendiary  Magistrate .1   F. at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
--—•———-   s=  Armstrong vta^at Fernie F'riday 	
last on official iiusine.s.
H ******** iiiiiiii n::■;■: :■:
■ ::::■:■!-:
? Beale & Elwell
C. 6. Simpson. J. A. Mac Don
aid.   and   F.   C    Winkle,  all of
N'elsfiu.   were registered al the
Cranbrook Tuesday.
Baker. St.
X      W   A. Wilson,   Hamilton,  and
£ .)  A  Rainville. North Bay. Ont .
T w.-re   registered  at   the   Royal
X Tnesday. ..  „ .... ,
J.   N. Hanson, of \\a>a. who was
ra.»nK.n«U    *R r*    X      Mr  and Mrs..I. F   McAllister.  ■«   f>mie  and  other   towns on
CranbrOOK,  1S.I#.  J aI,,   H.(.nard   Hamilton,   of  St    t,»' Crow line  this, week, was at
toe Cosmopolitan \\e<lnesday
H. R  Longhead.   Calgary.   S. i
.lohnstou.   Medicine Hat. T. E.
Austin. Kimberley. tieo. Saffron'
♦  WILL   *
RENT
Johns. N. B . were quests at the
?.|r,hfl
, Roy.
_  .. yal Tuesday.
X     'bi  the evening of the  :;l-t.
GranDPook
li Livery
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnish
ed for any point in the dis
trict.
A. DOYLE   Manager
a. ..SIS...S.SSSS
t-Halloween." the small toy will   Winnj anf|   Mjss  WorlMge^
T pi  in  his work to the diaeorn   u,,hhr]l^^ ware registered at
y fort of older |>cople
the Royal Thursday.
±
■  JAMES.GREER
CONTRACTOR
'- and RUILDER.
YOU   A
HOUSE
Prom $6.00 to 825.00
Per Month.
****** i ***************** **%*************,
Hill & Co
A photo of yourself is tbe vei v ,      .       ,      ,
f  tost thing t«."send  for Xrnas ie Haptist.cliurch  services next
J. membrances; tben vou treat all Sunday will toasfollows: Morn- tSTiitjiTgs nrtonsaab6s au woik
?  vour friends alike   Prest Studio. .ln? subject. ■•Mount /ion:   even        J(,B„IN(; pkomiti.v kxwttki,.    .
j                          ._  ing subject, "From Mud to Mar
*     Joseph Hamburg, of the Cran- ble. '    Pastor   Benjjtmin   Good-  Houses and Cottageafor Rent
brook Water Co., win, has had a n^1'1 wl11 conduct  both services,                                   *
gang  of  men  putting in exten- Strangers,  visitors and   friends   - or  Sale on r.asy   lerms.    ■
mod's to  the  water mains in the wil1 finu a warm welcome.       '   J j"1
northern portion of the City hits I.IMK AMD SHIXdl.KS K,il>, saj.K
about completed tbe work. FOR ft FIRST-CLftSS TURNOUT
  Telephone 82.
Tbe lae.vr  regular meeting of
the  Cranbiook  Caledonian So- Qo ti.
.!.•'>■ will   I*   held   in   the flood
Templars hall on November 1st      '   .-._..   ^. ,lr,
A s|^ial invitation i- extended U ft W li r Y S
; to al! ladies of Scottish birth ur,1'"*" U1^Lj_ l_ U
1 descent, who will lie admitted to
membership free.
Brother John Hums was a|
visitor hi the St. F'.ugeue
Hospital thi. week. Bro Hums
is   an   old   timer  in   Southeast
Kootenay He    was    at   St.
Eugene Mission .'il years ago.
LIVERY
D.J.JOHNSON.
Carpenter % Builder
(iood Work at
Reasonable Price
*
HEATER?
If So Get a Move On
The Souvenir Heaters ■'"■
moving out faster tlian we anticipated
| J. D. McBride
CRANBROOK, B.C.
Ashcroft
Potatoes
*>9
9"
Hf
The I niversall) Ai know-
ledeed Lead) r~ In
%*^.~
High Glass Ladies and
Gents Garments.
OUB STOKE is now replete in all line
for FALL and WINTER
Wc Cordially  Invite   YOU   to  Call nnd Inspect Our
Large  and  Varied  Stock
Hill &, Co.
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for any )xiiiit in the
district.
TENDERS
Office and Workshop Lewis St
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
EMPLOYMENT      ««*«
AOBNCV THflNKS(j|V|NG
,.c, 26 ofly
It will pay those who are
looking for work to call and
see
1905
Smled  Tender,  mai-loal  'Tender.
fur grading" will be received nt tie-
I Ifli I    X.    E.    r.riaik-.     Division
Engineer, Calgary, nji to 14 O'clock
October 18th,  1905 for  gradiog   Imir
mil.- of main  line end  >lde  tracks!    Jfm    McArthur    I
Ai«yroxunately2SO0Oyd».) for line into      •»•*"•    •w***' •— f A OT %* H VP-TUTDT^
Townol Macleod.    I'luna. SneclBca-     He can  secure you a job and  I rti\IL^ UiNE,   1 nilMJ
timia mul proposal, may !»■ seen nn aja- j,!^ tjt you out in
plication to Division engineer's Oflfe „ POR ROUND TRIP
Calgary;   and    Resident    Engineer's Clothes, Shoes,
Office Cranbroolt.   Tbe right Is re- Hats, Etc. :    Tickets on  sale   October   2a|
served to rejeol any or all proposals. I-   .  „..    ,    ,,  ,,      ,.      ...  ..„  '
n.i-..bi'..„.ks. nm   HrJiBthiiP    t,       al a" Unadmn laf,,nr!
Diti.ion Ei,gii...er. II      (Vl I) *f\ T L111 Railway Offices, Port Arthur to
um f Thetlivislon Engineer, Willi    lllvl II UIIUI       , Vancouver, and all Intermediate j
42 Calgary, Oct. Btb, 1906. j Hanson, Ave.    Ckanbrook, BC Branch Line Points.     Good  re-
 •—'I turning until Oct. .'>•. lflft
Price  Of  These  Potatoes
Will   Soon   Advance
•*** ♦*
You cant make any mistake in buying them.    They are
the only potatoe that will Keep (iood All Winter.
They  Wont  Rot
They  Wont Sprout
And every potatoe will be as good in the spring as it is
now.
WE   HAVE   ONLY   ASHCROFTS
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKErV,
Cranbrook, B. C.
•f**i*»Wi»3f^l*l*I«I »»*■•
»I**4NM*
Washable Kid Gloves
LDiamant
J. Edgar Davis
♦   Krieklaver   A
""Contractor  w
Kurnace,  Boiler.   Range   and
! Through Sleeping
Car
Arrowhead to Vancouver
Right of W»y For Rr.ilwr.yi, Etc. srxDAV w.EDNESDAVi PR1DAV
Kid
Gloves
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All «priciii.hB«b»rrt«ntiwtiui6wBi»n|
description of stone-work under- ^'"Sf Z£:i*\,llZZ°' 15r«SK
taken lln<ler *u,horhr Ai tn< UtrlsUtttre <tt this Pi
taken
Orders lelt at J. D. McBRIDLS
Will lUcelvu Prompt Attentiuu.
ids I
'"r&      l'"r  '"'•'   I»rtii'iil»™.  lirst   class   or
 ..,.,„„„ .Pro-   JanurlBl  -l«'|K'r  rewrv.linn..  apply to
vlnae. snd hsvln«a wialth aaf ntt* OS), t«l on   1'S'al atyarila or write
„a,-h ai'le 01 aald lines, are.   re-ervd lor  riafl't
aat way lamapaaaea for -urla  rsllsray. powcr or
,™m*"'"""p»r w h iioi(E #     ft. HILLIER, Agent, Cranbrook
L.u,ii:„'d,cr^.Tr„,.l*,d" *'wo""': •'■9- CART8«.    K-J- 'wi*
Victor!.. B.C   3rd octoim.'lW*.
tt   iD.P.A..N«lwn.   A.G.P.A.. V«nuouv«rl
We have just received a shipment of RovnlB'l
[JFreries   Washable   Kid  Olovo*
fin all li»lit shades.    Trice S2.00
Black Undressed Kid at si.50 and ti.00
A   Guarantee   (Joes   With   Each   Pair
REID St CO.
i»et^e«*^e»eMrr»eMK*MH*^*»e*>e^Ht***
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