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Array Vol. 18.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1U.WU7.
No. iJ'2.
MEETING OF COUNCIL
Wli t tlm City D iris am Doing to
Hroinilo   the  Wolfaro
of the City.
A special iiioi-tliiu' nf lln- Oil'
r,iiiiicil wus In'lil in lln- council
cIllllllbol'Tllosilav I'VI'llilllS  Tlli'le
wi-i'i.* pi-eseit llis Wnrsli ,i Muy
nr Puduv. i'i I ulili-i ii -I, livin,
Pink, Mnt Wmi ami I'flel-niihoih
uui
It >i!il|- Is    of   I IS I     |'I-L'I|Ij|I'   II I
llll; were ri-iiil Ullll oil iniiliiiii ol
al'l,-nn,-ii liiiin iimi McCowttu
W'.'l'l! :li|ii|ili'il.
A com um ii inn lion I'i'oiii A
Soincrville ri- scavenger worli
was received anil tileil
Tin- report of llie Cily Auditor
was us follows: —
To llie Mayor ami Alilei'nion of
, llio City of Cranbrook, It. C.
Qent'lemeu:
I bog to liunil you herewith ray
roporl on tht- books of Hie Municipality to"the end of June IHO".
I have made a careful audit of
lhe receipts and expenditures of
llio ninnies of tbi- inunicipalily
up to tlm above date. I have
worked mil llie debentures for
lhe term of their running, name
l.y twenty years, and liml them
uorrect, Those debentures are
on lhe equal annual payment
system ami the amounts required
to lie raised eaeli year is much
less trouble than ilie old system
ol sinking fund which is over a
living source of trouble, Under
this plan Ihu money to lie raised
eueli vein- is definitely staled and
cannot cause any misunderstanding among tiie accounts,
The tolal assessable property
I'm- 11)07 was lixed by the assessor at lhlO0,lH2,OO for general purposes, and for Hie School Board
district the assessment is $101',-
070,00, mailing a lotal of *7lo,-
258,00,
The rate of taxes struck for
lhe year wus 22.1 mill on the
dollar for the general lux and ii
mills for the school  rate.
The lolal amount of taxes from
ull purposes, including arrears
from last year amount ItuMed'H1.-
on. Of this amount there has
been collected Hit0,404,98, and
lux rebate amounting to $*.',<'iiri.
makes a total accounting for of
■M2.4lJ!Ui:i. so thai al presenl
there is a balance still to lie paid
from all sources of 112,594.85,
As this Is only a partial audit
for the year It is not possible for
me lo stale what lhe linaiicial
condition of the municipality
shall be ul the close, nor do 1
Ihink il will be fair to the com-
inittoe just now, as they might
show different to whal Ihey
would at lhe close of tho year.
At Hie close of lho year a full li-
naiieial statement should lie presented lo the council showing
what oiii-h committee has had
and thu'eiisi of running the same
This 1 liaise no doubl will be
done by lhe clerk.
Yours respectfully,
ft, Vi. Long, Auditor,
On Motion of Aldermen  Hick
eiilio'lTiuin hud Kink lhe reporl of
thecity   auditor   was ui-i-epled
and filed.
- A eomiiiiiiiiealioii from .1.
Hughes re house numbering was
on motion tiled.
Tin- following communication
from .1. h'. Armstrong was ihen
read,
To the City Clerk,
I'ranbrook, B.C.
Sir:
1 have been instructed by the
Government that if the City contribution towards tho public
building has boon exhausted, I
am to make a voucher iu favor
of thu Cily for Hie balance of
the appropriation of $11,1100 for
the year ending iJOlli of Juno,
1 111 17, and to pay the amount
over lo the Cily us lhe eontribu
tion of the Government Inwards
the construction of the building.
J remain Sir, your obedient
servant,
.1. I''. Armstrong,
Government Agent
On motion of aldermen  Hick-
eiibothiim anil McCowun lho
i-oiiiiniiuii-aiiiiii from Mr. Arm
strong was referred lo the lioaril
of public works,
Delegales from tin- Labor Hm
committee Iliun addressed iln
e in 'il asking lor un appropri
jiii.ni fi-oiii tin- Cily ni aid ol
I,iliun  I iii celebration
1 in motion ui ulilei iiieii l-'inli
and Mui'owau Hie accounts ol
Wilier Supply ami Eluuu-'u
Liglll companies wore ordered,
as presented, to in- paid Alder-
man Ryan not vol in;;
Moved liy itldoruioil  Pink   nnd
Mi'l'ouun   that   tin-   nci Is ns
presented  H.v  llu- finance .0111
miili-e   tvilh   ilie   exception   of
those already dealt with lie paid.
The council then   resolved   il
self   iulo  a committee   of   the
whole to discuss liy law   12  ami
48 clause by clause wilh  Mayor
in the chair.
On reassembling llie Mayor
reported that the committee of
tlio whole hud discussed liy-lnw
42 clause by clause and recommended it lo receive a third
reading.
On million of aldermen McCowan and Hickenbotham, n
grain of $ I oi 1, was made to the
Labor Duy Colchration com
mittee.
A motion by aldermen McCowan anil Hickenbotham was
to Hie effect that. "The police
commission lie asked to notify
Hie Chief of police lo close all
slot machines that are now being
used ill the City". Tlie ballot
resulted ill a lie, lhe Mayor declared motion lost.
Alderman Hickenbotham presented Hie following motion to
lho council: "On account of not
having a full meeting of lhe
council, I give notice that at the
next meeiing of the council I
shall bring in an amendment lo
By-law No. 7 being tlio Pound
and Dog Tax By-law".
Council adjourned at 10-80.
AUGUST WEDDING BELLS.
Jones Daverley.
Mr. Richard Jones of Pernio
was united 111 marriage Wednesday lasl lo Miss Lillie Daverley
of this cily by lhe Pastor of the
Methodisl Church, iii the presence of 11 few intimate friends.
Quain-Willoughby.
James Vi. Q tin in und Margeret
Wllloughby, both from Creston
were made man and wife al the
Methodisl Parsonage on Monday
afternoon,
Schawnz Hillier.
The Moyie Methodist Church
was lhe scene of a very pretty
wedding 11 few days ago, when
William Edward Schawim. and
Miss Birdie Hillior both natives
of Godorieh plighted Iheir troth
beneiith u beautiful arch heavy
wilh (lowers. The Bride's
mother and father, also two
sislers were present, and ll very
happy wedding breakfast took
plaee al the home of Mrs. .1. VV.
Pitch one of the sislers, ufter the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Schwann lefl for lhe west oil the
afternoon train. They will make
their hoine in Moo.se ,lu\v in Iho
near future.
Political Pointers,
It cannot lie denied that a
political campaign effects trade,
disturbs business conditions and
turns the attention of many men
away from Iheir usual enterprises
ami business.
A matter of vital Importance,
one whieh electors must not lose
sight of, is Iiii! linaiicial and
mineral prosperity of lhe districl, and the iiilluenee ol Hie
result of an election upon lhe
future of this greal mining and
lumbering dislriel.
If an election takes place Ihis
full It will he in the nature of 11
simp judgement 011 the people
and a snap for llu- politicians,
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors How ami Thore   Peop!
Who dune to Oranbrook antl
Tlio.ii! Who Go Away.
l''ri'sli('.-.nlulou|ii's.il Slowurts.
Mr  I Mrs.  T.   Cavin   liny.
:ouo. Iii the coast on u visit.
I Incumbers   uml   louuiti 10s  11.
-l.'Wlll'IS.
.1. ItriH-e Brown spent :i lev
lays ui Pernio this week.
Mrs  M. I'. S,- mil   s I
Vancouver   were  guests   ul   I In
Cosmopolitan Thursday.
D. McPill'hliie i-iinieilowu from
ilie Norlh Slur mine Thursday
mi business.
1! Lundin of Marysville was
iu the city Wednesday attending
lhe funeral of John Lewis.
Born—ul Craubrook. August
llth lo Mr. and Mrs. ft, ft. King,
a daughter,
Born—at Cranbrook. Monday
Augusi nth to Mr nnd Mrs E.
.1. Johnson, a son.
Bert. Beattie, ,1. Ryan, John
Leask and Don MacKay visited
the Pay-roll mine Thursday.
W. E. Woodhou.se, master
mechanic, of western division
was iu town this week.
Mrs. Sprilgllu and Miss Jessie
McCowan returned this week
from au extended visil to
Montreal.
,1. A. Harvoy returned Thurs
day from an extended trip up
north, where he is interested in
a big land and timber deal.
11. II. Short, the painter, was
lakeu ill on Tuesday evening,
and was taken to the hospital
where lie is recovering slowly.
John Ryan of Wurilner spent
several days in Crunbrook lhis
week. Mr Ryan will shortly
leave for the coast on a visil.
0. T. Emerich of Cleveland,
Oh o. II. Wright of Vancouver,
G. I). Clay of Calgary, wen-
registered at the Cranhrook
Thursday,
Messrs Kink, Fletcher, Laidlaw and Binnings were outing ut
Perry ereek Sunday lasl. Thoy
report having a grand time
climbing the mountains.
Ou Labor Day special trains
will run from Creston and intermediate points, from Pernie and
intermediate points and from
Kiinlierley and intermediate
points to Cranbrook.
J, Moe. district passenger
agent, of Nelson, was in town
lhe first of the week completing
arrangements for speeiui trains
lo and from Crunbrook ou Labor
Day, September -nil
I-l. C. Baker nnd A. P Donnely
of Toronto, B. W. Bond of Vancouver, A. 11. Sperry of Spokane
and II. E, Henderson of Hull
river were guests at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
C, A. Cote of St. Louis, Mo.,
W. Bilgee of Toronto, R, A.
Simmons of Vancouver. II. L.
Brown and II. Brlggs of Nelson
spun! Sunday lasl ul lhe Crunbrook.
Mr. uml Mrs. .1. M. Douglas,
of Strut henna, woro in the city
the first of the week, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. (I. T. Rogers.
Mrs. Douglas is a sister of Mrs.
Uogers. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
left today for lhe coasl ue.com
pained by Mrs. lingers.
Rev. W. G. Taylor will preach
in Ihe Baptist Church next Sunday al 11 a in. and 7 lln p.m.
Morning subject, "The Influence
of lhe Second Coining of Christ
on our daily lives." Evening,
"The Great Loileslnue." All
strangers hoartily welcome.
Subject next Sunday night at
the Methodisl Chtireh "Ehud the'
Lefl handed". A hearty welcome'
given to Visitors, und all who go
lo no other church are invited to
attend.  Au open air service will I
lie held at H 15 011 Sunday night,
and   all   who ean   ussisl   are i-s
peeially asked lo come,
Boost lor I.ulim- Hay.
Wiiti'i'inelons nl Slpwtirls
S
rs of Lulu
I In
•olehralion will lie lhe big labo.i
lia'riide", hose reel raee ami base
1:1  11, ■ 11.
II,-I oil' lln' siili'ivnlli. j-ot
byoyclisls or Corey How wil
liaVe vou up before Juilgi
\mlerson.
When von are around lhn Dis
iricl   vim  uill   have :i chnnca le
iiv  11   ivni',1   for  tin- Lnlior Dav
■ -.-I.l..: 1,      Ilo il
Fruit Growing.
Print grow ing in ihcCranbronh
dislriel is a popular induslry
ami onnol grout imporlanco, In
mosl purls of Hm dislriel llm
mild elinrni'tiT of tin- elinmlo is
very favorable, nml llie fruil
grown is of tho highest quality.
A visit lo Hu- orchard of Win.
Hamilton one mile and u hull'
from Craubrooli, or the orchard
at the Sl. Eugene Mission would
conviuc.o any interested person
lhat this dislriel is well adapted
to growing fruil.
No Race Meeting This Year.
Cranbrook,   ll. C,   Aug.  7.
I in 17
T. ,1. Doris. Cily:
Dear Sir: lu reply lo your
enquiry 1 might inform you thai
tin- committee in charge of the
arrangements for llie proposed
raee meeting l" he lield on
September Hill and 4th, hnve
decided  lo cancel  all   arrange-
ALL STIGMA REMOVED
it. P, Green's Reputation Cleat ed
From Any Suspicion of Corrupt
Act or Motive
ill' ihe Libel sail  inslilutod hy
I,'.   I'',   fIrceu agniiisl   tin- Van
■ ■Oliver      World,      Ullil    lhe    roll
•lusioiis from iln- evidence nnil
lie verdict, llu- Victoria Colonist
siiysi
•The libel snii of L'ohoii ti.
'Ir,''11 ngainsl lln- Vancouver
World is uf general public iu
lores!, iml only because of the
prom iue 1 u-e of llle persons w I lose
names ure associated wiih it. bul
because of 1 he principles involved. The eireunistiiuees oul
of whieh lhe suil arose are
familiar to al! persons who look
nny inli'i'i'st in llie Inst provincial elections, nml il wus u
charge by lite World Hint Sir
Ailolplu- Cnron had offered Mr.
Green, then commissioner of
Lunds nud work's, some shares
in a compuny whieh wns seeking
concessions from ihe government, which shares Mr. Green
did not receive, iml told Sir
Adolpho he might issue io Mr.
Neil McKay. The newspaper
alleged that this was a corrupt
transaction. The World pleaded
justification and lhe jury decided
in its favor. The important
evidence in lhe case wns Ihal of
Mr. D. W. Riggings, who was
editor of the World at tlie time
ind wrote the article complained
of. lie sniil substantially that
having received certain iuformu-
ion  lie  made inquiries of  Sir
ments for lhis year, so you   may  rj-m|.|os Topper and Mr. Cowan.
rest  assured tlie  raee   meeting
will ill 110 way conllicl   wilh  the
Labor Day arrangements.
Yours faithfully,
Tims. M. Roberts,
Secretary pro lem.
The Government Appropriation.
Tl
iere    seel
lo    In-    some
who as counsel for Sir Adolphe
Cnron, would lie in a position lo
know lhe facts, and thai, while
they did not give any information, lie inferred from whal Ihey
did say that the information wus
correct, and he published it accordingly. There was very
lillie dispute as lo facts, and the
misunderstanding    as    to    lhe verdict of the jury does mil seem
amount    of   the    Government 1 to amount to anytuing more than
appropriation for the construction of the joint municipal and
civic building, The Prospeclor
is informed by Mr. ,). K. Armstrong, Hie architect in charge,
thul a lolal of S?U,000 has been
appropriated by lho govern ment,
nil of whicli is now available,
Among the Craft.
A regular meeting of Norlh
Slur Lodge A P. & A.M. was
held in Masonic Hull Port Steele
on Tuesduy evening, u number
of visiting brethren from Cranlirook were in attendance.
Crunbrook Lodge A.P. it A.M.
held ils regular monthly communication iu llie Masonic Temple
Cranhrook ou Thursday evening
Visiting brethren from Moyie.
Kiinlierley nnd Sleele were present.
Mineral Output.
Hint under the circumstances Mr.
diggings exercised no moro than
the legal righl vested in 11 newspaper, Nothing was proven nt
the trial whicli the public did
not know already. Mr. Green
was subjected lo severe cross-
examination and nothing was
elided calculated in lhe roniotosl
degree lo relied upon his honor
us a public ollicial or private
citizen. Although he did not
receive a verdict he ol Ininetl
what is far hotter, an opportunity lo face a public cross examination in the course of whicli all
his acts and methods could be
fully gone into. The most unfriendly critic will have to admit
that nothing brought oul in the
trial rellected upon his integrity,
and while there may bo differences o) opinion as to whether
or not he exercised good judgement in liis reply to -Sir Adolph
Caron,     lhe     cross examining
limber limits have been secured,
mil tin- opening up of ihem and
Ihe installation of sawmills ol
large capacity on the Koolenny
river ncur Cannl Pint, will resull
in placing Iho Cranbrook ilisirict
in the front rank ns 11 lumber
producing dislriel   in  llio   pro
COWES REGATTA
Celebration at Pernie.
Tho  civic   holiday    hold    nl
Pernio  Monday   was  il si
slii-ei-Hsfiil in ih,. history ,,: ||,,.
Coal C'ty. There Were a large
atleiidaucenf visitors from points
along llie Crow line who were
well pleased wiih lhe programme
provided by the committee in
churge.
The programme consisted of
football, base bull and Caledonian
gumes. horse racing, hose racing
wol und dry lost.
In the hose races, Pernio won
the dry test, while Cranbrook
captured the wol test. A young
man from Nelson carried oil tho
honors iu a number of the
athletic events.
Thero ivns no uccidenls to mar
the pleasure and success of the
dny. 'I'he Pernie band rendered
excellent music during the day.
and in lhe evening there was a
grand display of fireworks, and
a boxing contest.
Clan Will Gather at Vancouver
.1 A. Mnodonnld, lender of the
Liberal party in provincial
politics, bus issued n cull for a
general convention of the party
lo In- lield ill Vancouver in fail-
week, the first week in October
.Notice of the call lias beeu senl
out to nil Liberal associations in
ihe province.
Tho Sullivan Group of Mines'counsel, according to the report
is one of lhe largesi silver-lend ' in lhe World itself, said to the
producing mines in Canada. Por! jury that lie personally had no
tho past six months the output ill-feeling against Mr. G reen but
lias been nbout 125 tons per dny. personally fell 1111 ad mi rut ion for
There is over ,*,0iiii tons of ore him.' This tribute from hostile
stacked at Ihe smeller at Mnrys- counsel, who, il so happens, is
ville Some 110 mon aro employed and has be m openly opposed to
at thu mino, and tho output will Mr. Green politically, is all that
be iiu-reiiseil as soon as the
smeller is able to handle tho ore
mined.
Trial of the Connecticut,.
Rockland, Aug. 7 lu fourteen
hours run over a measured mile
course outside tlie harbor today
lhe first class buttle ship Connecticut, the first of tho class
built by the government, made a
showing which is highly salis
factory. Tlio average speed of
the hest five runs was |s.7:;
knots.
Systematic Mining.
The systematic mining which
has been carried on in the Cranlirook dislriel for tho past three
years is producing good results,
and wiili the anticipation of railway building iu the district, this
year, new life is being infused
into uu old nnd long time
neglected disl rid. Some recent
developments lias broughl
several properties lo llio front,
and men with money have
secured them. Due parly has a
bond on a properly for ¥110,000,
ou whicli work will commence
during llie present month.
ll is evident thai all lhe Cran
brook district needs is a little
systematic mining.
Mineral Float.
The new roaster al I lie smelter
is iu operation I  llu- capacity
of tlie smeller increased to about
125 ton perdny.
A small iuteresl iu a paying
mine is infinitely better than lhe
whole of a dead prospect
The richest men in   the   world
hnve made their money mining.
Mr. Green and his frionds could     Duvelopmoni    work    Is   pro-
ask for. Ii is bolter than the
verdict of a jury, because it wus
11 vol 11 nl ary tribute lo Mr. I In'en's
worth, which Hu- learned
counsels wus not under any
obligation professionally to
offer."
grossing at llle Norlh   Slur,   tin
diamond drill is working on  iln
lower level.
Tlie Tiger Poorman group of
mines are siiuated on the divide
between the North Pork of Wild
Horse and Diol'itO creek*.    Dcvcl-
Recovered    Prom    St     Mnry's
Kiver '   Lumber in Cranhrook District,    opmoniworlpvillsooncoinmonci,
1       '   ;ou this property, which  has all
ll nr murks of a paying mini
The body of John Lewis, 01 fj    The hnpnrlunco of 1.1m  lumber " »''"inrki* ol n paying in.no
il en who wus d row I while induslry iu  the Cranbi k dis,    It is gratifying to observe thul
crossing   llie  Sl     Mnry's    rival   tricl   is   now   r gni/.ed       This all 1 nl reports from   nil   over
noar Marysville, aboul two wookslyciir thoro bus I nu larg 1 Hm Cranbrook  districl  indie	
ago, was found Inst Tuesday on 11 j increased    d ami    from    the progress inwards il stublish
bur, down ihe rlvor near Ue 'its'Northwest      Territories       for mint of ll Ining industry mi
ranch I was brougl ''ran [lumber.   'I'I 1 fiicturing of a Sound basis
brook on Wednesduy. Under- lumber is one of the paying in-! [The object of the provincial
liaker VV R Heal ly look olitirgo'dustries of lho districl, and we government Is to encouriigo the
of till) body, which was hnrlnil may expect grout things from gr*0Wlh and thorough develop
1 Wednesday uiiih'i lhe auspiccsof Ijie limitless supply of lhis staple ineni of the mining induslry in
j t In- Miner's Ini I Kiinlierley. product.      Large   numbers   of every dislriel of the province.
King   Edward   Delighted   With
Target Practice
I'ow.'v Ul,- ,,f Wight, Aug.  5
King Edward,        queen
Alexandra, ih,- prince of Wales
and other members of tin- roval
family went on board tin- Dread-
naught and sailed for Sundown
imv in witness a sham attack mi
ihe bultleship by the submarine
boats and target practice with
her big guns.
'I'lu- manoeuvres wen* carried
mil as nearly us possible under
tin- sei I'oudllions During target practice one gun mad.- 19
hits oul of l'l shots, which so
delighted lhe kirn.' thai he sent
lor the gunner and decorated him
on lhe spol. The royal party
returned lo Cowes this evening.
Coke Shortage.
Phoenix. Aug. 7. Owing to
Hie fuel Hint not sufficient coko
can he luul to operate the full
buttery of furnaces, the Granby
company is laying off some men
at lhe mines, the Snowshoe mine
also doing llie same this week.
Tin- (Iranby is able to operate
hut live or six of the furnaces
most of lhn lime, owing to the
coke uml cur shortage. It is
understood, however, that conditions are likely lo improve in
some respects before long as tin-
railways have al lasl begun to
realize the gravity of Hu- situ
Utillll.
The llriiisli Columbia Copper
Company also has trouble to gel
coke enough to operate ils three
large furnaces continuously,
wilhoul occasionally banking
some of tlu-iii. No men have yet
been laid oil' at the Dominion
Cupper company's mines, and
llie smelter seems to be able lo
operate as usual.
At the St. Eugene.
Tin-re are more moll on the
payroll of the Si. Eugene than
ever before. A greal amount of
development is lieiug done lhis
slimmer, nud even wilh this there
has been no curtailing in Ihe
dividends paid. 'I'he Lake Shore
shaft is io be sunk another l"'1
feet, making lino feel in all. Al
this depth another station will he
cut and drifting commenced,
t'hore isa larger force of carpenters than usual. Some of these
ure working at llie shaft house
making lhe necessary alterations
for pulling in skips, which will
replace the cages now in use.
while others are working on the
new sorting addition at the mill.
-Movie Leader.
The Lid is On.
Chief of Police Corey Dow has
received   Ihe    following   notice
from the Polico Commissioners;
'l'n the Chief of Police,
City of Cranbrook.
Sir: I am instructed to forward you a copy of a resolution
passed al a meeting of llie Police
Commissioners held this date,
thai, "the chief of police be instructed to slop all Black .lack,
draw and stud poker games iu
the City of Cranhrook. Yours
truly, T. M. Roberts, Cily Clerk.
In addition to tin- above il is
reported thai the Mayor lias
issued orders for tho suppression
of all slnl machines located within the city limits.
Returned in Safety.
St.    I'elursbiirg,    Aug.      7
Emperor      Nicholas     ronched
Peii-rhof tonight returning from
his Irip Iii Swineinnnd. where he
mol emperor William.
Bowsor's Walkover.
W. .1.   Dowser was reelected
at lhe by-election which look
place al Vancouver on Saturday
last, wilh a vole of 2,Bla agniiisl
Kingslcy's (socialist) fit", Joke
Martin, did not run. he was
looking towards ihe eusl, for the
deposit ihul did not inalarallze, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANHROOK H. C, AUGUST I". 1007.
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IS COMPLETE
Remember we carry the only stock of 1907
papers in Cranlirook*.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds nl Painting ami Decorating
attended tn promptl),
THERE is considerable
speculation as to whowill
represent the Kootenay districl
iu the Dominion House. I'p io
the present hour hul one
candidate bus mada any
pretensions to coming mil,
though there ure several others
who seem lo have a political hoc
buzzing in close proximity lo
would he ottii-ini bonnets.
...
'I'he man wiih the swelled head
does not suller as much as those
who are compelled to associate
with him.
...
In  politics   audacious   cheek
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East Kootenau §...saw your wood...S
WITH   A
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
GASOLINE   ENGINE
DYE HOUSE l!
Eor all kinds.
SATURDAY, AL'HUST III, 1W07.
J             GASOLINE   ENGINE |
DYEING and CLEANING       ft       lis tho most perfect running engine you can gel, Thej*-;
ft latest eipilpmeni for sawing wood. ft
Nothing   line  or course, Inree  ^                        .,.,,,,.  BEST [g ,,,,,,,, ,-,, KA,.,,;ST y
or small thai wo cannot handle    '-*•
We Also Do Dm Dnr.iiui
Offlee J, LKASK, Tailor
GIVE I'S A TRIAL.
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PATMORE BROS.
Plumbing, Rooting, Heat
ing and Blower Work.
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n Liveru
DEARY a nmn, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnish
ed lor any point ill the ills
tricl.
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make you tin1 poBsoseor.    'I'I
BREWING CO., LTD. \:Er;£E
FERNIE, B.C.
Hitherto Southeasl   KootenayI
irded   as   a
♦  ■**      "'
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MlNKRAI, AtT
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hiimniookn tlcul^ui'd for roui-
rori, imi -in-ii-ili nmi tlunibil-
it\ itrr Iiiriiirutl In Hit' .'\i'i-|i-
llonul i|ualii\ nl iiuiii-riiiU ihi'i!
iMllount of I'ouiforl io hu tlo-
rivoil from ono will bo worth
ton Union tlio oust. Come in
mii] soo t honi.   (>ur prlues are
OIKTiriCATK Iir IHPHUVKMKN
NOTICE.
♦   MANUPACTUKERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE ♦  railway   tnrougn    tin-    upper | no nut.
t „ ^^-^^^w^ t Columbia and Kootenay valleys ui'   t,r'u'*'   (ioW   Cui*e'   x ikiri"
*     beer | porter ilri'^^.^.."'..^!   -r;;::::u:;':;,;^;;,:;''11'
*>  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR
iiiiiii "LSD iu*:i.no.
\  Complete  Line of  Fishing Tackle.
est lli.il lliere is.
The
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Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O, BOX 812      bl
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L. CLAPP W. ROLLINS
ner and sen lev to lli
' llritish Columbia.
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Joke  Martin  did  do!
during   Un
rl ion j
Thinu. Canbj Pvaotlc
Minora! Claims.
*     Silltftte III Uu- Kurt Sloi'li- Milling I
Kant t\ootena> District.
Where located:   On the divide bolw
rPt fill ' and Hell Roaring Creeks
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone  7 4 Tllg   DrUggiStS.
i |i.in. e\,'ii|iliiii.r Saturday lllg-llts llllll evenings
P. M
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4> ,            ,                            tl,                            1 '-"afce Notice  lliat 1. .laiiirs A    11
J bye-election, nnil  Bowser made c Bj1()asAm-ntrorjotuisweiiio,,
* K'illU'sley   look   light   il   50   cent Free     Miner's     Certiorate     So.     urn I!
* r..     ■     '.   .,,           . liueiul.   sixiv   iliivs  Ii'ttui Uu, tlato  liereol
* Straits (NaittleiiKMil lueee.
Utoi-o iiiui
Imfoi-e piibli
...
Greenwood
lo apply t„ ilie Mining Ueeorder lor t'enlll-
,'au'a 1,1 Improvements, lor thi- purpose ol ob-
.,., , . , r    i       I tiiit'iui-' a crown iinwit nl ,'iu'li nf tin- above
Ihe     Greenwood       Ledge, j ,.,„„„
editorially says   "ll   is   ruinoredl   And lurtber take notiee that action, nmler
jeetlou :li, iniiai be commenced before tlit- isan-
.nce uf aui'li ruriiiU'iitt's nl Improvements.
Iiateil tin. Slid day of October, A.D.. UK.:,
a j. a. Harvey
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
(Iranbrook. B.C.
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Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Uiiiiii-* Room
HEADQUAUTRRS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
9 9 ♦'«♦ 4'4:4:'ft a;ft.a:'ft. a :4;a ft; a'ft: a :ft aft; a :4 ft:
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Dray ing a Specialty
Just received a Carload
ol Wagons and Carriages.
A line line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
ft j iluu Hill Galliher will retire from
x politics and settle down in Van-
vIcouver.    Rumor has il  that his
mantle will blow towards  Fred.
Simpson   at  tho   next   general
election.
• • •
Now would'nt iluu jar yuu?
Is it not enough In jar all the
bananas off the trees in the Old
Man's back yard? and would't
everybody, but the OldManhimself Iin surprised!1
• e   •
If yon believe in Cranbrook,
you inusl believe in Labor Day
celebration, This is tlie only
day we slay al home and enter-
mi ii our friends. Now.altogether,
boost Labor Day.
• • •
The standard ilil Co, has been
lined ^29,2-10,000 the largest tine
recorded in Ihe judicial history
of the l'nited States. No matter
whether the tine is large or small
there is certain to lie much delay
in its payment, if il is ever paid.
• • •
That wasa lovely pipe-dream,
of the Herald, about building a
lake near Cranbrook with water
from Upper Moyie lake.
• • •
There are lots of people these
day who realize that it is better
not to know unite so much than
to know so many things that are
not so.
v GRANBROOK TRADING GO. *
A
Oordwood for Sale.
I inn prepared to supply, good
dry sieve wood, iu any length or
quantity. Leave orders with
11. T. lingers, the grocer, lteale
St Elwell,
R, S. Baron
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1    """ FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
\\\z Always Up-to-Date — 3
£ 3
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£ Granbrook. -      - B.C. 3
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£ ABATTOIR AND COLO ST0RA6E        CALGARY, ALTA 3 	
1 la STEWART'S a
I     FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER     | "
1      A nice Roast of Veal
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Cranbrook, B.C.
TllK  I.K.MiINi:   PIU'IT S'l'IIKK
-3 Choice Okanogan Fruit:
or   a   Leg   of  Lamb      ^     haktlrtt praiw
r= ki.'ksii wins
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73  AI'I'I.KS. IMU'NKS, I'KACIIKS
OVMRNMRNT CKKAMKIIV ItUTTKIil     PKR8RRVIN0 CIIKIIKIKS
zS l.'ASI'liKltKIKS
3
phi in 1 in      3  Choice loiiiiitofis mul Giiiiiiiiibfin-
3ti
I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.f Slewarls Fine chocnlates
£ ' 3i   1IA/.ELWOODICKCHEAM
fc Hoii'l Ofllco, Mn 111 Otlirf for Eaat Kootonuy,
IT,        Oalgnry, Albartn Crunbrook, B. C
^uiaiiuuaiuiuiuiiuuiuiiiuwaiiiiuuiiauiiiUiiiiiuiaiui;
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Aruibtrunu. Ave.
CHANItltOOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlstrtcl of Kooteuuy.
Take nottcu thai Alvin S. Trow, of Cranbrook
B.C.,   opciipRiloii  miner,  InteuOn   ui apply
for h tpecinl timber license over tin1 following
iltyterfbeil lanils:
Commenoing at a poat planted at the north-
west corner of P. Byron's timher licence near
Perry Creek ami oil the suuth line nl timher
licence 3339. theme west :M ehnlns. thence
■outh NO chains, thence easl 20 ehuins. thenee
norlh i+i chains to point of commencement.
Hiui containing 280 acres, mure or less.
Alvltl S. Trow
Dated July 15th, 1907. 20
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that Pred W, Mllohell, of Elk-
mouth, lie, occupation lumberman, Intends
toapply for permlssloti to purchase the follow
ing lleserilieil lanils:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest eoruer ol Michael Roeser's Pre-emption
No. 'Mi. thonee due eaat to the western bound.
ary of Lot Sfifi, (hence south in ehaius. tlience
west to llie bank of the Kootenay Kiver. thenee
following said bank northerly to the plnee of
commencement, and containing UDOacres, more
or less.
Pred w, Mitchell
Dated July Ith  1907. :.ti
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
afterdate I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria. H.C for a licence to prospoet
for Coal and Petroloum on tho following described lands situate in South-
fast Kootonay British Columbia, Canada:
1. Commencing at a post planted
adjacent to the l.'l mile post on the
Canadian Pacific Railroad boundary
line between Work r>!i:t and Wock
4589 and being tin* southwest corner
post of Peter McNicol location, thence
north ho chains, thence east K0 chuins.
thence soutli 80 chains, thence west 80
eliains to place of Imgimilng containing
040 acres more or less.
Located this 14th day of.lum- 1907.
Peter McNicol. Locator
(Ico. M, .ludd. Agent
2. Commencing at a post planted ml-
jaceut to the L'l mile post ou tlie Canadian Paoilic Railroad boundary line
between Hloek 4593 and Block 4589 and
being the north wesl corner post of
.lames Dunbar location, thence south HO
chains, theuce east HO chains. Ihenee
north 80 chains, theuce west HO chalna
to placa of beginning containing t>4M
acres more or lens.
Located this 14th day of June, 1907.
.lames Ihinhar, Locator
Geo. M. .IniId, Agent
3. Commencing at a |H>st planted adjacent to tlie 15 mile posl on the Canadian Pacific Itaiiroad Imu Hilary Hue between Block 4593 ami Black 4589 and | «
being Ihe southwest corner post of
Charles French location, thence north
80 chains, then asi HO chains, thence
south 80chains, tlience west 80 chains
to pluee or beginning containing (M0
acres more or Iohs,
Located this 14th day of .lime, 1907.
Charles French. Locator
Ceo. M. .ludd. Agnnl
4. Commencing ut a |him planted ad-
jiiiviil to the l-'i mih- pnsl on the ('anadian Pacific I tui I road boundary line between Block 1593 and Block 4589 and
being ihe north wesl corner |M>st Joe
Titiitihausor location, llience soulh 81)
ehalas, theuce east HO chains, tlience
north HO chuius. tlience west HO chains
lo place nf beglnulng containing OKI
acres more or less.
bleated this Mth day of .lnnu, 1907.
Joseph TanuhaiiHor, Locator
21 Ceo. M. Judd, Ageut    |
*• sl?* a^7* <£?* ^?* <£?* ^7. £?* £?9 ^ft j??* ^7. ^7. ^p9
l'HONE  56.
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two iliin<rs Unit I'lin't ba lioul
GOLD SEAL TEA
AND
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
CAMPBELL & MANNING
Leave youi' order for Preserving Fruits ut Campbell
A Manning they will protect you.
1
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phono ." Head Ollice Calgary.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL   DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. • .
Our meat  is always  fresh,  as all uur linef is liilleil in
Craubrooli.
Prof esalona 1.
Harvey, MoCarter ft Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOl.,     -     ll.C.
Via P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook ■   • British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
IIAKIUSTKI!, SOLICITOR
mid NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oranbrook, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
IIAItlllSTKH a SOI.II'I'l-OK
NOTARY I'lllll.ll-
OFFICE   REID   BUILDINO
Ci-uiibroolc, B.C.
THOMAS   McVlTTIE
P.U.S. * C.B.
Port Steele H.C.
 1 ■ ■ 1
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
PhuslGian a»d Surgeon
OFFICE ARMSTRONG AVE.
Horns:   ll tu II u.ni. 2 to 4 p.ui.
7 to 8 ii.m.
I'lniiii! OlHce 105    lluHideni-i- I0W
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EABLES
Meel uvoi-y l-'i-iduy ut S p.m,
Ylsltiiig   Hi-otlu-i-K  I'lii-diull.v   liivitL-d
(has. Smith. W. Presiileul
M. I). Hii.liniis, Seoy.
Aoi-le Physician, P. O, Box 28.
. ..inin«amiiuiimiiiaiiilMnutiijinUiuiin
jpmnWfWnitfffniMm
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 126.  n. A. M.
Ilnffultir meetings;—2nd Tuesday in t'lifh mouth al eijlit
o'clock.
S     Sojourning Companions  are
£  cordiully invited.
Wm. P, Tatk, Scribe K.
§       liox 4        CRANBROOK, U. C,
ANCIENT ORDER? FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS  5NI1   ANIi  ITII   TIII'IISIIAVS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invit.il
C. I!..   IV. P. MACDONALD
Seuretai-y, W. HENDERSON
nniiifiiniT"iTiTninT*
|Tonsorial Parlor!
I     For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Pertect Hair Cut
A Rot or Cold Bath
-&.OTO Waiter B. Laing n»a|
*i   Raker Street, I Iranbrook, B.C.    1
CRANBROOK
HOTEL
PGuests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection ||
Noarosl lo railroad depot,   llus iicconimo
daliona   Inr   llu-   public   uncqtiallcil   in
Oranbrook.
!Hot and Cold Ruths
G&o. R. Leask * Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
l'lli INK III IMi. RON 8fil
I'hins, S|icci(ication.s
anil Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
W. R. BBAmr
I'liilartak,-!-.
I'liiibulnii-r.
i-'iiiiurui ulrentor
I'KANHKIHIK. H.O.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
su-iiin  Rollftl-R uml Eiii-imi-i- Work a
Sjniolally.
Cost and Slw-k EsMmules
l-'uriiislii'd Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter 1$ R-iilder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
H Cline
ill tin-,,1,1 Manihiim ilnrlmr Slinp
rail MOW lit- tiniliil hi till,
MANI'IIUIA llli'I'KI.
I-'Ii-hU'Iiihi, Work In llll lil-alii-tii'
ul lllll
Tonsorial Art
-Ntsesestt-M-sssitatt TllK PROSPECTOR, CRANBUUUK, li G*. AUGUST 10. luo7
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Uistriot uf Koolenny.
T«kit uoiiie ih»t I, Jutiu Swlsbvr.of Spokane
oct-upttttob ctrptnter. iuieiids tu apply  tor u
spcvUl timber liL-eure u\er  Ibe  [ullowiiin ile-
ili'rtbed l«Liti
I'oiuiuentiiiK ui it pott plumed at tlif north*
went coiuer ol w   It. Suiiib's Umber limit.
tbeuce Uiirth Mli'baliis. llieurt'east Ml i'liuins.
Urn-tie mm ib iw chiton, Ihenoa WMtWeliahis lo
pnini of t'uaiiuen<reiucnt, and containing MO
acre* more or l«*v
John Swisher
X'. I'nk'iine, Axeiil
Dated July tuiti, WU1\ W
L'RANIIIUtUK  LAND IHKTIIHT
Ulsirlei of Kuoteiiay,
Taktt nollce thai I. Mrs. Jobn SwtHher.nl
Spokane, iuieuds to apply for a luecla) Umber
licence over the followlnK deticribe-, lands:
Coniuienulng al a poal planted on tin- etUtl
bouudary uf Rloek Lit), --oinii.euclitK from the
No. H mile post. Ucitea nasi nm ebalna. tbence
■uutb -tu ctmlutt, Ihenee well tm obalua, Ueitve
uortb 40 ebaiiw to point Ot commeneement. and
euiilaiiiliiK" M'Jacres more or less
Mrs. John Sw Utter
r. Unlciine. Akciu
Haled July llHIi. UMT. M
('KANUKtM)K  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke iRitlttc thut JftinuH A. Harvey,
uf Cranbrook, It. ('. ormuat imi Solicitor
intond* lo apply for it rtpt'i-ittl tlmbor
lii'utuv over Hit' fiillowiiitf deaurtbtitl
lauda:
CotuuiHhcIng At ii oorti plauit'tl mi tho
Mil buumttiry of 0. 1'. K. Hloek 4592 at
a iK»t marked "I. 4592" bt*liig llu* 2ft
mile piieil, thenre south HH) ehains
thenoe ea»t 40 chains, thenre north UlO
ehalua. ibeiiee WflBfc 40 chain* to point
of roiuiueuiHoueut. ami eoiitaiuin^ M0
arrrs, more or I cms,
James A.. Harvey,
Dated June 2tith, 1907. 28
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DiHirii'i or Kooienay.
Take not ire that .lumen A. Harvoy,
of ('ran brook, It. C. oeeupalion Solicitor
iiiiemU to apply fm* it Bpedal tlmbor
licence ovor tlio following described
lauda:
('ouiiiii'iicin^ at a post planted nt a
distance of 120 chains In an easterly
eonree from the east boundary of 0. I'.
It. Block 45H2 measured from tlie 2:1
mile poat, theuce soutb so chains,
theuee west HO chain*. Ibence north HO
chains, thence east SO chains to point of
commencement, ami con taint tig 1140
acres more or Inns.
James A. Harvey.
Dated June 20th, loo". 28
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kooteuuy.
Take notice that .1 nines A. llurvey,
of Cranbroolt, B.C. occupation Solicitor
intends to apply for a special timber
licence over '.he following described
lands:
Commonolng tit a post planted on the
easi boundary of Ci. 1\ Et. Block 4502 at
a poat marked "I. 4502" boing the 21
mile post, thence north HO chains,
theuce eaat HO chains, thence smith HO
ehains, thenre weat HO chains to point
of commencement, and containing 040
acres, more or le^s.
.lames A. Harvey
Dated June 20th, loo'. 28
CRANBROOU LAND DISTRICT.
liisirlit of Kootenay.
Take notice thai .lames A. Harvey, of
Cranbrnnk. B.C., occupation Solicitor,
intends toapply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands:
(.'ommeneing at a post planted at a
distance of 120 chains in un easterly
course from ibe easi boitndryofC. P. It.
Block 4502 un asiirrd rrom Ibe 28
mile post, tbence nortii MO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south HO
chains, theuce east so chains to point of
commencement, ami containing ti-10
acres more or less.
Jumes A, Harvey.
Dated June 20th, 1007. 28
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT,
DlHlik'l of Kootenav.
Take notice tbat Robert H McCoy, of Uraud
fork a. N. Dakota   occupation   1.11 ni hermit n.
liitrndf-i in lippl) lor a sp<cUI limber licence
over tbe following; de cribed lands:
Commencing at a pit planted alwui f- miles
In a westerly dt reel luu from the loutliwest
corner ol Lot Win, tbence eaat so ebalnajbeiiee
south 80 chtiliiH, thence weal SU challlH, tbence
uortb so ehaius to pnini of commencement, und
C'liiiaimiiK (UU ar 1 es uit-ru or lens.
Holierl M, McCoy.
Dated July !!.Mh. MOT 31
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DlHtrlei ot Kootenay.
Take notiee lhat Robert MeCoy, of (iriuiil
forks, North link-ill. ih:c'.I|miIIoii i.iiiiilmriiiuii
intends toapply for 11 sjieclal timber licence
uver the followinw det-crlbnil lands:
('i-muiciictuK 11 a uorI plained about ■'» miles
lu a westerly (II reel toll frum the Southwest
eorner ol l.ol SHI), theuee west t*>ehalns,lhence
wiutbMUchains, thence emit mo cIiiOun. Hietien
uunh nu chuins to point of coinmuuccmciii, and
coutalnliiK "ilo actcH mure or less.
Kobert It. McCoy.
Dated July Mth, nm;. ill
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrlot ol Kooienay
Take uo'ice  Dial  tt*.  It   Suiilli. of  Helena
occupation doctor, lutenda lo apply fm " -\>< -■|Ml
timber licence over the followlni deacrlbed
lands:
rum in I-1 nin 11 at h poal planted on the east
boundary of Uloek IMH couiment'lUK attbeB
mile posl. ibence east IHI t'liallU) Ibence Iinrlli
*>h hulns, tbence m-l lilUebaiiis.ilieuc.-soiilli in
i'liuins  lo  [HUM   ol   eouiliieiiceliiellt.  Ullil etiu-
talniiiR ti-40 acres, more or less.
W. R. Smith
0. Unlcune, ai;*'nt
Deled July U'tb. IU07. w
CRANUROOK LAND DISTRICT
1 Koole
Take    nr   Hint     Malcom     Melnm-s.    ol
Mhliiuporu,   Alia., occupation   Mill  Owner,
Intends to apply for h special timlier licence
over the following described IuihIh:
No. 1). Commencing ut» post plantod one-ball
mile north ol the northweat corner of my Umber
Licence No. IIWI3, tbence north 4(1 elm ins
Ibeticeeast K'-U ehuins, thenee south 10 ehulns.
Ihenee wesl IHU chains to  poinl of eoiiiuieiice-
meiii. nmi contuliiliiK IHO ucros, more or teas,
Mul 1 Mel nuns,
Dale r.;b julv mu:. ill
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kooteuuy.
Take  notice that   Malcom   Mrlniica,   of
Midnuporc, Alia., oeciipution Mill Owner. In*
lends to apply for u xpeclul liiuber licence
Over t!:o followlllK lleserilieil luiutK:
No.:. Comiiit urlns al a|HiBtpluntftlal theN'.w.
Cornor of my Timber licence Nn. 10803, tbenee
north -ui chains, theuce eaat 100 obalni, thence
south 10 obutne. (hence west |00 eliuins lo pofiil
of eonuni'iicenieiil. tind eon tu ini UK C>!0  acn s
more or lose.
Malcom Modules.
Dated IMh, July i«>t :ti
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay
Tuke notice thnt Mulcotu Melnuei, of
Mhlnapore, Altn., oituipniton Mill Owner, in-
tond.s to upply for it apodal timber licence over
ihe inliiiwiii'; UeHcrlbcd lands:—
No. ■.ti Commencing al h post planted 90 ehain 1
west of the crossing uf tho North Forh of Michel
1 'reek by one of the North boundaries of Hloek
4HW, thenee west too chuins. tbence nortli tu
ebaltis. thence eust IflO ebnlna. thence south 411
chuins to point of eoininoncetnonl und contain.
ItlgfWOucrOR, uinreor les*.
Malcom Motnness,
Dated Ifith July. 1907. :ii
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrtot of Kootenay,
Tuke notice thut Mulconi Mclnnes. of
Mldimpore. Alia. OCCUpBtloil Mill Owner. 111-
tondi to apply forn special timber lieence over
the followlm; ileserihei] hinds:
No. ii Commencing ut 11 post pjuutcd nl N.R.
Corner of upplleation No. no Malcom Mclnnes,
thence west IflOeliHltw, tlience north 41) chuins.
tlieneo cast iiWcluilmt thence south io elmlns to
point of commencement, and containing WU
acrus. more or less.
Mulconi Mclniii's,
Dated 1Mb. July tflO;. ;ti
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl of Kooteuay,
Notiee is hereby glvon that 1 (leorge [tell of
Kara, Out., farmer, Intend toapply to lho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permts
ston to obtain n special Tlmbor License over
lhe following described land in Southeast
Kooteuuy:
I'liiiiuieiieltit,- at a post plnnleil at Ihe south'
west corner of l.nl (M-H, Uroup One. Thence
north tllKllly (80-00) chains, theuee west eighty
C«i.iki) chuius. thence south olgbty (80.00) chttius
ihenee eust eighty (H0.O0J ehulns to lhe place nf
beglnulng.
Cleorge Hell
Peril. M. McVittie Akciu
Dated this WU; duy or July. iihi;.         m
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice that i Wllliuui staples of Wycliffe B. C, occupation lumberman, Intend lo
apply fnr permission to purchuse the following
described luml: Commencing tit u pusi planted in clialna weal of the west boundary or Lol
50*0. tbence north SO chains, theuee east 4f.
ehnlns more 01 less to the western boundary of
Lot UlMtl thence south iW chains more or less to
the iniiili of the St. Mnrys river, thenee following the St. Marys river in u westerly ill reel i 011
10 the plnee of beginning uud coutalnlug -.tm
acrea more or less.
Wlliiiiui staples,
Dated July Srd. IW7. ;
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that O. A. Uasitlll or Kimberley
H.c. In 111 ber man, Intends 10 npply for a special
timber licence over the following ileserlbed
lauds:
Commencing at 11 post pluuleil :tn chuins
north uml Nl chains west of tho southwest corner of Lot IHU!. tl ce south I'.-s chains theuce
west Mi eluilus. theuce north 138 eliuins, thence
eusl fid chuins to pluee ut beginning conuOtiiug
H4II acres more or less.
a a. (inshiii
Dated June at. IW7. •-»:
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SKAI.KI)TKNIlEHSudJi-i-»M-il tn tin-miller
Blgncil. und emlorsi-il "Vernier lor Public
BulllliiiK. Cumberland. U. C. will lie reoolveil
ut this olllee until Momluy, August 19, iihit, Inclusively, for the Construction of a T»ulilli-
llulldlng, Cumberland, ll. C.
Huns miii speetttcRtion I-Hli In- BC0II llllll loi'llis
ol tender obtained ut this Department uml on
application to tlio Postmaster in Cumberland,
Persons tomlerlliK ure nolllted tlml tenders
will iiiii bi- consldoretl unless mmU- on Llie
printed form supplied, uml signed Willi thoir
ui-iuul signatures.
Khi-Ii tender muat lie Rt-compaiuod by an
pecepted olleque uu -., chartered buult. mnde
payuble lo tin- order ol the llonottrnblo Iho
Minister of Public Works, eiiual lo tell per
i-i-ni (lu p. i-.i nl the amount of tho tondor.
whieh will lu- lorleltod If tin- psrty louderiug
doellne to ooter Into cnutrHct when called upon
lo do an. or II lu- luil to complete lln- work rini-
truoled for. II itu- tender iu- not acoopted the
i-iu-qu - will tie returooil.
Tbe deuarttnehl liu-s nut bind Ita.-lf io accept
lhe lowest or any tender.
By i irilt-r.
I-'IIKU. IIKI.INAH.
Beiirotm
llel'iirlinfnl ol I'ublii- VVorlis.
Ottawa. .Inly lu. WO".
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OltANHROOK IMND MIMTKHT.
DUtrlct ul Kuotenay.
Take notloe thai .1 tunes A. llurvey,
of Cranhrook, B.C, occupation Solicitor
..Head?, to apply f«r a aprclnl timber
lict-uce over the follnwln^ ilern'riliril
lamln:
OomuieiielnK ai a |iost planted un the
east boundary of 0. I*. H, Block 45112 at
u pout marked "fWiM' being thu 20
milf poHi, llience north K0 ehaina,
theuee east 80 ebalna, thence aouth ko
ehalua, thenee weat 80 ehaina to point
ot commencement, and containing i>to
at-TMH, more or less.
.lami'M A. Harvey.
Dated.liiiiMlMttli, 1W)7. 28
District of KtM»tenay.
Take nutlee tliut John lO-lil uf Oranbrook,
H (J., oeeutnttloii raneher. Intends lo him>I7 tor
permliulou lo uureuaae Hie Inl Inw Inn deaerlheil
lauda:
coiunjeiu'liiK at u pnsl |iltoueil »i tlie south
eaal eoruer ol hot Mi, (1. i. K.D.. tbenee woat
ditbiy chains UiciH'emiiUh forty ebalns, Lhuuee
fum slily oiiuiiiH thenee nortb twenty cbulni,
tbenee nisi twenty euahw, theneu north twenty
ebalna to point of eomuieiiceinent, and eonlalu-
luty '-'•" aere.*. more or less.
John Held
Dated July Ullb. IW7 1
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Summer
Excursion Ratesl
East
From Granbrook
in Winnipeg *M!l.*.\'>
$52.50 To
I'oi-t Ailliin-    Sioux t'ity
St. Paul Dnluth
St. Lewis #00.00
Ohicago #04.00 Tnronlo#78,5fl
Ottawa #>-.')") Monttnal #8-1
St. Johns #04.00
Halifax #101.HO
Tickets on Sdlt: July 3. 4,5.
fluijiisl 8,9,10. Sent. II, 12,
13.
First Class Round Trip
90 Days Limit
OniTCri|)oiittini; rnilniMiouH rrom all
KiHitfiiuy (Miinis. TlekclM itvnlliible
rnr lain- route tuclmllufr llieulH nud
hertlift nu l«ake slctnni'i'H Tliroityli
I'uteis ij mil nl to any slnl inn < luiiiri.
l^iil-Ih'i' or Maritime provinces n
t|)|illeatlou.
I. Mol':. local itifunt, orwrlle,
10, .1. Coyle. A.ii.l'.A.. Viim-mivei
,1 s. OAHTKU, U.I'.A., Nelson
C'llANIIItOUK liAND DISTUICT.
Dlatrlct ot Kootonuy-
Take notice tlmt Kmtnn .lewlti ol Wanluer
li. i'.. willow Intends to npply for permission to
1-ureliHse tbe foIlowin« described laud:
CoinnionolnirHtupost plauleil tit tbo sontb-
west eorner of Lot l. Uroup l, Kooteuay Hytrin, theneu soutli BO elmlns, tbence eust it)
ehulns, tbenee uortb K0 ehains, thoneo west \.'u
chuiiiK io iioitit of comineneomenl. uiul ooutHln-
ing Itkl neres more nr lens.
Kmum tlewltt.
• Dated June Utb IDOr, 9t
CHAN Bit OOK LAND DISTUICT.
tUSTItll'T OP KOOTKNAV.
Take notiee ihst Wllllum Nelson or Wardner
oeeupalion labourer Intends to apply for permission to purchase Ibe following described
land!'
CommeueltiK el a post planted ut the north-
esst corner ol Lot WJW, tbeneo nortb sn chains,
thenre west in chains, tbence south ho chains,
ihonee esst-10 chains to point of commenceincnt,
uml nnimiiiliig :f.H) acres, more or less
William Nelson.
Dated June llth, liwr. •;*
OHANUItOOK LAND DISTRICT,
uistrict of Kooienay.
Take notiee Una (Sdwnrd Covoll, nl Cninbrook, occupation, prospector, Intends lo apply
inr h s|n'i-iul timber liconce ovor the follnwlnu
iii-Kcriiwii lands:
UouiuieuclnKut a post planted at tbo north-
oust eorner ot Alex MnKouxtu's Timber Licence
uiioiii iii uliuliis eusl nf ilie iipiier I'tni of the
cutiyon on the Utile Moyio  Itiver. tbence
suiilli  tu  the  southeast  eorner  of   the    -.uiil
lleenee, theueo west 80 ohulns to the eust line
of w H, Hell's liconce, llionco soulh to tbo
north line nf Wilson's licence, thenre oast to
the w>Mt line uf I-:, Helton's lleenee, theuce
norili I'JO chains, ihenee wesi to lhe place of
lieiflniiltiK containing MO aoros, more or less,
Kd ward Covell
May Mill, ll»T 38
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ABOUT 51500,00 DI FUZES
With some
specials additions
The Celebration will open in forenoon with a big*
Labor parade "Entirely different to former years"
headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds commencing at 1 o'clock.
See Posters for full particulars.
S. MACDONALD,       T. J. DORIS,
President 1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Secy-Treas.
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PATMOIU* HAM.
Sunday Si-i-vioos:
Aflei-iiooii    -   -   :i o'clock
l-'.vi-ninu'     - 8 il'clcii'k
Sunday Sc-liniil hi 1,45 |i,ra,
Muotliiga In-Ill every nlfe'lil   In  llie
wuok uxi-ein Monday nl « p.m.
ache l^oeittctor
SATURDAY, AUC1UST 10, UK)",
CKANUUOOK I.ANH uiSTilliT.
District of Kooienay-
Taltf notice thut' Lost or Clapp,
V niti 1 ii'i ii ik ui'i'iipitiinn Hotel koupi
intcnils to apply lur it spi'i'iul tinilier
licence over itu* following ilesei'lbuil
lumls:
Com mo noi ng ut it jhwi. planlod so
i'liuins nisi of llu- 2ft Miii- Pnsl on tbo
Kast l.limofC. 1\ It. Ulouk 4.1112  KiimI,-
Kodti'iiay. tlioni usi 40i!liiilns(Uo'm'o
nortli loo chains- thence wosl 40 ulniitm,
tlience HOtilli l*'»* clniitiH in point of enni-
incni'i'itii'iii, uiitl eontiiliiln^ 'iin acres,
more ur lens,
l.e.siui' f !lapp,
Da lei I .luly-n.il. 1007. 2H-
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
I'ni'lii's   liiiviiiit   Imi'ii   yni'ils,'
llllll i-liisi-is tolilniui,  mnl  i-ufiisn
mnl lor in In- tiilii'ii iiwiiyi should
li'iivi- ni'ili'i-s wllli mo,
t.nuve oi'dei'8 nt Um City Clorlo olllee
or drop a |>iisiul oortl In Una HIS.
LOOAL NEWS.
C. A. Eeid of Spokane wns ni
Ihe Cranbrook Sunday lust.
R. C. Hacli of Montreal wns in
the city Saturday lust.
Plums nml Peaches from
Okanogan at Stewarts.
G. Ellice of Wlnnlpog wns al
the Royal Tuesday.
H. Epstein of Vancouver, ,1.
McDonald of Nelson, were guosls
ul the Cosmopolitan Monday.
A. Li. Anderson, and M. Mc-
Roberts of Spokane wore registered at lhe Cranbrook Monday.
H. S Hall and R. S. Anderson
of Now York wore gnosis at tlie
Cranbrook Tuesdny.
The   Grave  Robbed   of  Another
Terror.
I sliioil by n grave Insl Sunday
and saw for the lirst limo iu
oporation a device for lowering
bodies. More Iliun onco have 1
seen mourners shocked al the
grave side by some careless
bearer, allowing the lowering
straps in render uneven through
his hands, precipitating the body
on end in the grave, In foci I
never attenilod n funeral without
innro or loss approhonsion ulimg
this lino.    Lconfess thai I viewed
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
District ol Kootenay.
TAKl*  Ion il"" '-""■ Ki'limil) '" emu
I,naik Ul'l>l>|lallllll lilJU-k-illllll  I lul  111  al'l'l!
Ini- n »i lul ilinliur llivnni iivur llio liilln«'liii
ilon-rlbi.il  liniilai      ' onrlim j.i ii l'««
liliint ilut llm mill iiwi-kI i-tii-iii-nii im, l„r li.ni
Mn mini, nai »'-' iii oiiiiina, tin woo Mmtiiii
I'lllllllH. llll'lioo onal   111 ollllllltt. Ilionoo Iiorlli I'
in mm*wirim.  *  I'--'-
n™. Konuoily
IMIOll lllllfllal, I-l- I'1"'*- ■«
CIIANIIHOOK  I.ANll IHS'I'IIICT.
IliKlrit-l uf Kooteuuy,
Talm noliou iiiiii .1  I'- IIi-IiIkoh.iiU'riinlinm'
11.1'. mil  n
I'll n h hi lllll
llllaorllli-ll lltllila
lllti-IMla in n|i|il
[Ivor III,'  I'iii'(Willi
this new method with some
suspense until by u touch of a
lever liy the funeral director I
sow the case descend with a
gradual easy million that completely surprised me. I turned
awuy feeling thai for Imili
mourners and onlookers lhe
griivo luul indeed been robbed of
another terror.
The C, ti. S. nre to be commended on the introduction of
iIns now device, which is bound
lo meet with approval whenever
occasion demands ils use.
On Looker,
Juvenile Bostonians.
The famous        Juvenile
linsiiiiiiniis will lie with us for
Iwo nights commencing Tuesday
Aug. I'i al which time they will
present Olivette und "Tips,"
I wo of their very liesl productions
wiili u complete sol of new
scenery und costumes. Bube
Masou nnd nil tin- liti Im favorites
will lie here.
Uo not fall to soo them.
Reserved seals al I lout ties
Drug Store.
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properh cared fm is worse than Iood
impel fei iK coukeil.
Do you warn, ttjat everlasting satisfaction
of KnowiQg trjat y.u,* IWaats, Faults and Vegetables are tr>e besl io tin* lai)d careful y
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,.  ,    -,.'.. Vl'll'l-'   IMI'II   III  lllll'llll    I lit-   [lllsllll'S
n ,.    P.Ill MNIT-I llilllli l.lllHK,
IJ-JUII-t
IVl <l I-u
lliii Null
mii li* n    ii
iliun	
   ■
 luili
llllilllil    i
' Im • i Jinn
.1 l . i.■ i  lei
.    Ifni-HH ,,f inn kllnl.
Ilaylit"" has boon iloliiyeil  in
1'" i""'' '"''■ "'"ll"'1, I'uiieiui, .ni- i^jsdisti-if-i, owing to the ruins
Fred. W. Swain   nf ll1"  i"1-'   «',,,'l(   Tim <'mi'
IIIHTHIOT   UIKNT *'"'   '"'   "   hlimpornilQ, pnssilily
LOCAL AOENT WANTED H"'   larffi'Sl  ill the history of the
Clriiiibi'oolf, U C, Armstrong Av, | district.
+tmvn'mirirtm***trt*witvrs**wfimni4
| LOCAL NEWS. |
a>UlUUlUUaUlUUalUUUUUUlUIUIUlUU-!-
,1. IV Mcintosh of Marysville
was in Hie city Wednesday
Wm, Myers came down from
the North litar Mine Monday.
Look everywhere the choicest
fruit ul Stewarts anywhere.
Otis Staples of Wycliffe wus in
Cranbrook Momlay on business.
,1.,Tollnstone ami ft. W. Sheldon
of Penile were registered at llio
Cranbrook Tuesday.
J. P. Murphy and A. MuComb
of Spokane wore in tlie city
Tuesday.
Al. Muiz president of tlie Port
Steole Brewing Co,, of Pernie
was in Hie city Wednesilny.
fins. Tlieis nml M. Shilling
came down from Perry creok
Wednesday on business,
Presh Butler Milk at Stewarts
just the cooling beverage for
these hot iluys.
Vi. ft,. Burnhain. advance ngonl
for the Juvenile Bostonlan's wus
in the city Monday arranging
I'm' dales for his company,
Chas. (lasliiil, manager of tho
Kiinlierley Milling Co., of
Kiinlierley wns n guesl al llio
Royal Wednesday.
A. C. (:runtInitn ofVaiicouvcr,
B, Porbos and II. Jones of Calgary wore guests nl tho Cranbrook Monday,
li. I.. Pedlar, of Pernie.
mining editor nf tho Pernie Pree
l'ress was transacting business
ut the Government office Tues
day.
Duncan Ross, M.P., of Clroon-
wood, wns in iln- city Saturday,
giving tho Old Man pointers nn
how the coming Dominion nine
linn slinulil l>i> i'iiii.
Why Cough to The Coffin
T R Y
Dr. Scott's Prescription
No. 99 or
Cold Cure Tables
They do the wnrk  and  arrest
the most stubborn eold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Tlm   Kontionay   Central   llailwiiy
(innipany
'I'lu' Annual Qunonil Muulln-i nl llm
siiiii-i-liiililntu nf iim Kimii'iiiiv Ciinli-iil
Hallway I'iiiii|iiiny will In- In,111 al Hull I Dffli-olii-iui'lii It. II. 0, al Uln.in.
Mnnila.v Si-|iI,.|||Ih-|- Illli,   l'.lll".   Inr   lln
eli-i-iInn nl illi'ui'lui'H mul fm- llin Iraim-
•i-lillll nf nllici- KOIini'llI Illlsllli'MN.
llllll'll ill l iiiiiI iik.  II,  I'.   Illi- .Mii
llll) iif Annual, IW,
W   A. Mn.-l ilil.
'-',2 Seui-eliii'i
NOTICE TO BANDSMEN
A meeting will be held un
Monday August 1- in the Curling Rink for the purpose of organizing a band for Labor Day,
all those interested or musically
Inclined are invited lo attend tlio
meeting]
CORPORATION OP THE
CITY OP CRANBROOK
NOTICE TO I'u.NTUArTiiKs AMI
OTHICRS.
BY-LAW Xo, ii.
Spuntnl   llllcillinn   is   drawn   In 11,.-
follnwlng Miiliai'i-iinn of tlm iibuvii  llv-
l.nu:
"No JliM-soll shall i-nlllllli-ni-n tin- i-ivr-
tinn nf any bulltlliiK within iln- KittcI
l'li.,v unlli n iirouuil 01-block |ilnn ul
Hllllll |it-n|insiMl liuihlili^j with llm Invt-I
ol tin- ,-i-llai-s ot'biiseuiutitH thoi-cof with
ri'lui-i-ni-i- tn tin- level of Ibu in-an-si
ailji.iuinn- sli-ool shall hnvi- been ilupoa-
Hull 111 tin- nllli-eof lln- Cil) Kirn l-.n-)]-
lli-i-r inl' Ibi- Iluu- liehlK nl Ibo Cily nf
I'ranlirnnk."
,1. r. i-'ink
Obior i-i,-.- Ungi ir,
»,•••••••••*»»»•»•••»••«••••*.
I TOBACCOS §
f
Paces British \
fs Wsstover I
fl Pedro      Twist {
J OPERA   HOUSE &
*     TWO NIGHTS ONLY     *
*
*
*
. .uwiie Hosumans
* OPERA CO.
WITH    ALL   THE    LITTLE    FAVORITES
1
I Tues. Aug. 12 'Olivette'   Wed. Aug. 13 'Tips'!
* New Songs      Pri
res six*.,  7**o.
.on     Catchy Music9
9 Plan at.Beattie & Alchlson Drug Store 9
9**********t**-*Li,i-*'1,Li*'1,1'*'1,1-i>i-i*-*L:i
Mens' Shoes for Street Wear
WITH   WKl.TI'.D  SOLES
rI-l AT ENSURE COMPORT
/        Consols        /
I    MICJHTON'S   |
I GIGflK STORE |
Quality,   is   a   Step   Forward
Cost,   a   Step   Backward
G. T. ROGERS.
Pancy antl Staiilo GROCERIES nml CROCKERY
Cul Glass,   Boots,  Sinus, K'uIiUts, Mitts, GJpvgs, Hosiery,
|flnr Pul Pnpq ^qq?
j
dee Sale
Still Continues   I
9 For a Few Days Longer we Sell
*ar
Men's Fit Reform Suits at a discount of... 25
Straw Hats at  HALF PRICE
Regetta Shirts, mill sizes, worth fijpo
to 51.50  75cts.
A few Skins left  Half Price
*
liliilisrs
ONE THIRD OFF
OKANIIWXIK l-ANI' IHS'I'IIICT
lllNll'll'l nl Sillllll Kllsl Kiii'ti-iiii)
'I'ulii. iint-lri- Unit I'niil IIiiiiiUi-i.iiI i'i'iiiiIii-.iiii
in- ,iiuitii|itillnn IIVL-ryiimii. IiiIiiiiiIm  i.i>t
lill 11 a| Inl llllllii'i- Ill'UIIOtlOVi'l' Un-   1..11..in 11
ilrai'lllii-il liinila
Cllllll lllll lit II |10Ht ptlllllltll till) Ullll II lllll
llllll'll - ll III llllll'll till, Uli' I-l   IH    lmil,
lliiil iiiii mirlnitna llmlli'ii ivaat an i-iiiiii,.
11,,'ln1,- nurlli HO I'lllllllH, llii'iii'i sl tn i-lniliih t
I  II.111	
Inn.-.1 Jinn-mill. I'm;
I .allies I inliirlliis I Parasols,.. .One Third Off
Ready to Wear Millinery   Half Price      *
Carpets liy the yard    One Third Off      9
  25    Off
r      All  Carpel   Sipiari:
Nil (iliullS Cl I,\ III I Kl) AT TIIKSK PRICES
Reid & Co.

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