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 Uat.it .1 Ltf Ah
Vol. 11.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, SBPTBMBBR 16, 1906.
No. 88.
regular    anthems
choruses anil solos \
ftred,    The pastor
sjn'cial addroi
li
some
ill be
will
., IlllUf
male
rend-
five a
iiirn
and
take
all   |
pari
if,'
Invited i" come ami
UU.   .IIIIIN   P,   I).   JOHN
As ii greal favor to this plane
in ,i through tin' efforts ol a fuw
i his great lecturer has been secured for Tuesday and WedneS'
Jny uf next week, Sept. 19 and
Be will lecture in the
Mi'lhodisl Churoh, subjects
"Tho Worth nf Man" nml 'Did
'ii in make God or did God make
mi.in"      All   should   hear   this
.ivlllll'f.
(iel  a  ticket  al  Reid's drug
s'l Iff
LOCAL NEWS.
ll. M. Fullerton, Victoria was
a the city Friday,
la  II  Boharl of Wardner, was
ni town Friday on business.
Chas ( haptnan of Fori  Steeh
was iu town Thursday.
A.   Benidlck   was   up    Iron
Muyook Thursday on business.
II C.  Fitzgerald of Toronto
was in town Thursday.
W. E Poit« and I). E Mo-
Cuii'lii'iin. Vancouver, were
registered al the Cranbrook
Thursday,
Miss L, Gedding, of Ottawa,
who arrived at . ranbrook on
Tuesday, will have charge of
ih.' millinery department of
Reid & Co
Rev. Mr W. G. W. Fortune
was ai Greenwood this week
atteudlng a meeting of the Presbytery,     lie is expected home
today.
George Geary, of tbe firm of
Geary St Doyle is at the hospital
suffering with appendioitus. It
was reported on Friday that he
was doing well.
The Travelling Men's association have installed a library of
I'll! volumes of choice   literal life
in Ibe oflii e of tho Cranbrook
hotel,
During the coming week appli
cation will be made lo tbe Lieutenant-Governor in Council for
the Incorporation of Cranbrook
as u city,
WHAT THE BIG CELEBRATION COST
Labor   Day
Which
Committee    Report.—A
Will    Be   Given    to
Fire   l.rinade.
Surplus
the
Tl
closed   up
and give to the p.
ind '
Labor Day Committee met on Friday evening lasl
all business in connection with the "big celebration"
pie an account of their stewardship.   A surplu
of $219,00 will be given to the Fire Brigade     The following is an I
account   of  their disbursements,   and   subscriptions  received  by.
them.    All of which indicate fjood management by the Committee. I
DISBURSEMENTS.
Mi
wen
ami Mr-   T.   T.   McYilli.
at Cranbrook Monday.
C M. Batch, of Wardner, who
bad    a    novelty   stand    al     the
athletic grounds on Labor Day
sold over J850 worth of novelties
ou that day.
Mr. and Mrs. M, McEachern
and   daughter,   who  have   been
I visiting their old home at Prince
Edward     Island,     returned   to
I Cninbrook Wednesday.
C.   M
County,
. I Tuesday
ing over
a   good
Si   Mur\
Frill
I,'
R  I
ul. '
ay.
illock of Fernie,
us a Cranbrook
. s.
ill)!'
Whitaker ami .1. I' Tucker
nf New York were registered al
the Cranbrook Friday.
Hi
!,   M.   Edwards  lefl on Wed
iday on a prospecting trip in
Yank country.
.1. Cardell, Calgary, Master
Mechanic for the Crow line was
in Cranbrook Tuesday.
.1. D. Parker and C. S. Riley,
ul Winnipeg, were al Cranbrook
mi business Tuesday,
(
ml factor i
>v II complete il
n irestle, 1101
Hayard, nexl wi
leorge     Hunter
a construction of
feel    long   at
ek.
Frank DeRosler was up from
.lalliay Friday, lie reports
Inisinoss as improving along the
Crow line.
A, Motlii will leave Cranbrook
1 orrow for Nelson.     He  will
visit the Portland fair before lie
returns.
If Miss Annie Donavan will
-'•ml her address to Box M,
Cranbrook, she will learn of
something to her advantage,
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Reid left
on Thursdays train for Portland.
I hey will take in the big fail-
before returning to Cranhrook.
D. McLean of Fort Steele
alunctlon broughl in a potato,'
Friday, 12 inches in length, 18
inches in circumference, weighing ill pounds.
Becker, of Stevens
Wash..   was in the city
Mr. Becker is look-
Ihe distriol in search of
ranch,     He  visited the
prairie Wednesday.
A. 11 Fenwiok, 11. M. Burrow,
A. Ores and 11. S. Clark of Fort
Steel,', were al Cranbrook Tuesday evening attending the
monthly convocation of Rocky
Mountain Chapter, RAM.
Rev.   Benjamin  Goodfield  of
Kamloop.'
as pastoi
will follow Mr. Sloat
if Hie liaptist Churoh,
..ml will be here to conduct services ou the 1st Sunday in
October.
.Toe Tannbaiiser drove over
from Steele Thursday. He reports business as being (piiet.
and says: "We are looking forward io ibe lime when construction work will be commenced on
our railway. It can't be very
long now that we have to wait".
The Cranbrook
has   received   an
participate   in   *•
Nelson during
lown.
Fire Brigade
invitation   to
hose  race at
the fair at   thai
WesOllne the tonsorlal artist,
has improved   his  barber  shop
by putting in a handsome mirror
work rack and an additional
chair.
Dr. .1. H. King"M.P. P., R. f'
Beattie, E. Small and I'. I'.-
Simpson lefl on Thursday for
Nelson to  attend  a  meeting  Ol
the Tariff Commission.
Tbe service
Church  next
will he especially Inl
', • i,   ,.
song  service
7:llU   when   i
In tho Methodlsl
Sunday   evening.
resting.  A
will  be   given  at
„   addition   to   the
Mutt Rockendorf, of Calgary,
is spending a few days at Cran
brook. Matt was formerly
••Slug No, 1" on the Herald. He
visited The Prospector office on
Thursday looking over the cases
and saying nice things aboul the
local papers,
Oliver Burge was down from
Perrv creel; Thursday He was
accompanied by R, B, Durant,
who lefl on the afternoon I rain
for Montreal where he will take
steamship for the old country.
Mr. Durant will be away several
months
The manager of Ihe Cranbrook
Lacrosse Club has received the
following telegram.   "Two bun
dred   dollars   ottered   for  two
games with Nelson September
21st and 22nd".
,T  E. Amiable.
The amount offered not being
enough to pay expenses of Club,
the offer was declined.
Al the Baptist Church Sunday
next. Sept. 17th. Rev. ,T. L.
Sloat will close his pastorial
preaching morning and evening.
On Momlay evening following
the members of the church and
congregation will given farewell
social for Mr. Sloat, The
pastors of the different churches
are Invited to give short addresses, and special music will
be provided, after which a. short
social session will be held and
refreshments served by the
ladies.
St. Eugene Mine
The output of the St. Eugene
mine for AugUSl is given at 8,100
Ions of ore and concentrates.
The payroll for the month was
$80,000.
Go-Operative Stores, Beat Merchant Moat   .
(leo. Lettoh, Best Lumberman's Pleat   	
A. Shankland, Union abest appoaranoe, M.K.c.C 	
.1. H. NtoDonatd, Union largest representation, Carpenters,
* IttS Staples I.UMlllt'r Co., Ileal lll'ilft timm 	
II. Molnnis Standard Lumber Co., Best dressed team	
P. .1. Bradley, Him,' reel wet tost, t Iraubrook	
G. A. Clothier, Hub & Hub, Moyie	
Moses, (I ml inn i. I mill' open Horse race, hit	
A. Doyle  2nd       	
Pranols, (Indian), * mile Pony race 1 st	
M. MoDlarrald       "       "      '■   2nd 	
Andrew, (tndlan), Indian Ponyraeelst       	
Simon " " "      "   2nd     	
Sophie, (Squaw), Te] building 1st   	
M,-('Um      " •. ••      2nd	
R, H. Robertson, Chopping lal	
P. A. Nelson' " 2nd 	
T. E, Murphy, Tie-Making 1st       	
Thos Young,        •■        2nd	
Thus Young, Bawlng is.  	
M. LundquUt      "   2nd	
K. I.. Langln, taoadlng l.ng-a l>t	
■I. Foster " "    2nd	
K. L. Langln      " "   McDonald .v t'lapps' S|a,-,-iul
Robloband, Drilling Ut 	
0. Evans and LeHoy Drilling 2ud	
M. Harris, * mile open Pool Knee 1st  	
Elwell  2nd  	
Ayers, Running Broad Jump l-i	
A, McLean --'ml	
McConnell, Running High Jump Ut	
A. McLean       2nd.
Bobt Patton, Boys race under 111 1st	
Sidney Elmoi         ■•     -inl    	
C. McConnell, Girls raoo undor 10 1st
E.
K.
W.
A.
II.
D.
V,
I).
Gladys Gaskill   "
Thos Hughes, Km Man's nn''
I. .1. Baptei	
ii. Manahan, Onion Men's ni.
M. A. McLean	
Thos Hughes    	
P, Dallao 	
Parrie Moore, Girls Race una
Florence Wood   "
Wilbur Cory, Boys race
II. Hiokenbothen " "
I). A. McLean, High I'i
!•'. Lewis
ii. Manahan, Patting tl
ii. li. MoDlarmid "
11. .1. Elmer, Moyie. Tu
It. .1. liliu'k, Cranbrook
2nd.,
ut	
2nd    	
o 20 to 36 1st.
2nd
;t.'a le -t.'a Isl
-    -.'ll.l .
er 10 1st
under 10 l-i
2nd
1,. Vault lat .
"    Unil
,■ Shut 1st....
■.   L'nil   ..
1st.
2nd
.'. ll
Wilson, Cup ami M
Tate. Silver Cup .
f War
odnl.
Advertising, Printing, Musio, Etc.
Movie
rock..
I tie-timber).
■ Leader. Advertising    	
Pernie Free Press   " —
Fernie Ledger 	
.bis. Mi'F.voy. Pernio Militia
Chas Graham, Cranbrook Band
W. J. Walsh. Work mi grounds (1 day)
.1.11. McDonald. Livery hire looking fa
John Elliot, Work on grounds 21 days	
The Prospector, Printing	
Tho Herald "       	
Joseph Kerr I.I.II. MoD.), Cutting Tic-Timl
F. .1. Bradley, Banners and ropes    	
A. .1. damp. Work on tenco tor Hunter
Chas Baker
B. A. To/.ier     "
Geo. Hunter, Work and Timber for fern','.
.1. II. MoBrlde, Pipe niul Bttings .
De/.ull Hros, Hauling Paraphernalia .
Perry & Fltagerald, Draylng (rook m
. McKhuioii & Johnston, 101b. shot
W. E. Worden, Work on groundB, sp
T, .1. Doris. Work on grounds
A. Paterson   " "       	
J. Elllotl        " "       	
11. White, Stamps$4.75, books 90o„ I
und Iwys for putting up poster,
.1. A. Arnold, Selling tiekeis	
S. Morrow " " 	
R. McNeil, Gate Keeper	
ThosBoytoi        	
Fred Haines, Selling tiokets. Grand Stand
A. .1. Bradley, Taking tickets, Grand Stand
.1. r. Fink. Expenses to Pernie	
F. E. Simpson   "
I'. McDonald. Plumbing Hill	
11. While, Services us Soorotary	
Geary A D»yl", Si (Idle horse (Marshall).      ■
Paul Hundley. Livery	
Patmore Bros. Tin box   	
.1. Poster, Getting logs (or Loading	
Total Receipts.,    	
Total Disbursements	
Surplus
•15.00
15.00
25.00
25.00
5:00
.'villi
50.00
25.01)
40 00
20.00
, 20.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
20.00
to.oo
45.00
.      20.00 .
35.00
15.00
(io.oo
40.00
16.00
160.00
75.011
20.00
10.00
1(1.00
4.00
10.00
400
6.00
8.00
o.iiu
8,00
6.00
3,00
10.00
.■,.00
io.oo
6.00
3.00
2.00
.f.lKl
•-'.0(1
10.01)
4.011
10.00
."..00
:i5.oo
15.0(1
,.     20.00
20.00
•,1,008.00
6.00
3.00
5.76
ys for
$1,511
oiling badges 16.00
$1,607,15
1,478.15
219.1H.I
Keceipts and disbursements ol
Labor Day Committee, Cranbrook, Sept -1, 11)05.
RECEIPTS PER SUBSCRIPTION
F. .1. Dickinson     * 6.00
Cranbrook Hotel     60.00
li. .1. MoSweyn 5 no
It. S. Aiklns  8.00
T. It. Stark          8.60
W.P.Gurd     8.60
Century Restaurant       8.00
Perry ami Fitzgerald      lo.no
W, Miller        6.00
Imperial Html;      io.oo
\V, Harrington   	
F H. .Miles	
I'e.-id.t Co   	
W. (line	
s. .1. Mlghton  	
1 losmopolltan Hotel	
.1. P. MoBrlde	
BUI & Co	
I'. Burns »fc Go	
Co-Operatlve Stores	
Beattie & Atchison	
A. C, Howness	
G. T. Bogers	
Hugh Stewart    	
A Friend	
Harris Hros.       	
Peter Matbeson	
Patmore Hros	
Cabadian Hotel.. 	
Queens Hotel	
Canadian B'k ot Commerce
Beale.* Elwell	
A. L. McDermot.	
I'lapp aS   Rollins   (Wentworth Hotel)   	
M<-Kinnon ,v .1 (illusion....
McCallum &Co	
1 . F. I'.eid &Co	
Manitoba Hotel 	
Arnold & Roberts	
W, It. Wilson	
John Hutchinson & Co	
IV, F. Tate & Son	
.1. A. Harvey	
A Friend	
H. s. Baron	
Dessall Bros	
C. W. Wilson	
.1. McArthur	
Fink Bros 	
F. Godderles       	
Cranhrook Bakery 	
Geary A Doyle    	
Paul Hiiiulley	
\v. K. Worden 1
Til,' Ha'l-lllli
'1 ha- Prospector	
S. A. McDonald	
II. 1). Curtis	
1.. B. VanDecar	
V. Hyde Baker	
I>r. VV. s. It-ll 	
K. \\. Connolly, M.I)
.1. II. McDonald	
c. B. Buck	
Fred Drew	
'I'. E. South	
C. I'. Tisdule	
(i. \V. Thompson	
li. E, MoLean	
Kinu & Green	
( lupp A McDonald (Special
prize) 	
11. White	
100.00
60.00
8,00
4.00
7.50
10.00
47,00
2.,r>0
2S.0U
8,90
1,60
8.00
86,80
8,66
1.60
80,00
4.00
13.110
18.86
7.5(1
3.60
12.15
5.00
5.00
5.(10
6.00
3.00
3.0(1
10.00
10.00
1.00
25.00
1.0,1
1.50
1.41)
7.60
$4:2.15
2.00
2.00
20.00
5.00
25.00
50.1)0
10.00
20.00
20.00
25.00
25.00
15.00
15.00
1.00
1.00
15.00
25.00
5.(11)
50.UU
20.00
lO.(K)
5.00
15.00
35.110
5.01)
15.00
10.00
50.0(1
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
LOO
l.(K)
5.00
2.00
5.00
86.00
2,60
2.00
10.01)
10.00
5.00
10.0(1
10.00
.'..IHI
2.IKI
50.00
1U.IKI
10.00
."..00
4.00
•J.IK.
2.00
•J.00
15.00
2.50
2.00
20.00
16.00
5.00
tile Mystery mine on Monday
attending the celebration of
Labor   Day.    Mr.    Dewar   says
LRANBROUK
WILL
INCORPORATE
that development at the Mystery A Majority Representing $25,000
proceeding rapidly; and that      in  favor of Incorporation-
IS
the ore body- is increasing as
depth is obtained. Tbe ore is
copper bearing, and contains
considerable native copper. Mr.
Dewar returned to ibe mine on
Saturday lust.
At tho Graphite
Pred Hazen was down from
the Qrapblte mine, lasl week, he
reports that development work
is   being pushed.    The or" is a
galena, earring some iron. Tbe
main tunnel is now iu I hi feet,
ami lias a depth of over 200 feet.
The ledge is four feet in width,
and at present is a concentrating
proposition. Mr. Hazen returned
to tbe mine later in the. week.
Meeting
of   Kootenay
Officials.
Central
Matters re tbe incorporation of
Cranbrook as a city are rapidly
being completed, and the application will be placed before the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council
in a few days, and there is no
doubt but that it will receive
immediate attention, be granted,
and a day set for the election of
city officials.
The total valuation of real
property in Cranbrook is 1416,290
and It requires a majority representing over one half of the total
valuation on the application for
incorporation. The following
table shows that the required
number are in favor of incorpor-
ition.
! Total valuation  .1416,190.
For Incorporation 163,645.
Against   ,,     ,,,    137,669.
The C PR., interests repre-
sented by. White, and Griffin,
and the Cobden estate represen-
led by E. V. Bodwell, control
properly valued at $116,660,
equally divided. 1 The C. P. R.,
are in favor of' incorporation,
and the Cobden estate against it.
Of those property owners who
are placed against incorporation
it is only fair to'stute that a large
number representing over $70000
have not signed for pr .against,
but ure out of the country and
cannot, be reached, ..The ma- .
jority  for incorporation have a
b their I representation of $25,985.
of ibis I There is nothing now, in
doubt, the majority is sufficient,
and   about   November   1st you
Tbe annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Kootenay
Central Railway company was
bold in Cranbrook, on Monday
last, at which the election of
directors for the ensuing year
took place. Tbe old board of
directors of las', year were un
animously elected. C, Hunger-
ford Pollen was reelected as
president. Important information as to the construct ion of the
road is expected to be announced
next week.
Reduction In Light Rates.
The Electric  Ligh!  Company
have decided to reduce the rates
for light supplied throng
meters   from    the   first
month making the rate -" cent?]
per kilowatt hour, with cash
diseouutsof 25 off for residences
and 15% for business houses.       loan write it "The City of Cran-
♦sso.oo
Mrs. A. Evans Rent of
Booth und License. » 35.00
|C. M. Hutch Itent of
Booth und license.     10.0(1
GntoRoceipts      ..   072.75
Grand Stand Keceipts    72.25
Budge Sules      27.15
 *MlT.l.->
Total Keceipts   •1,097.15
Will Extend Water Mains.
The Water Works Company
has decided to ex.end their
mains. Connection will be made
with the Cranbrook street line
near the Royal hotel, and run to
Hyde street, theme along Hyde
street to the Sa>h ,v Door factory
and tbe Steam Laundry. Residences in this vicinity will be
supplied. From Hyde streets
main will be run down ibe lane,
between Cranbrook and Van
Horn" streets lo Harold Streel
which will be ibe corporate
limit of tbe city
Excavation for Hie line will be
commenced next week, the pipe
is now in transit and is also expected here nexl week. This
will be a greal boon lo the residents of ibis vicinity and assures
safety in case of tire. A hydrant
will be placed al Ihe corner of
Hyde and Cranbrook s'rei'ls.
brook"
At The Sullivan.
During tbe past month an im-
portanl discovery in the Sullivan
group of mines consists of
some 40 feet of ore, found while
pushing development work.
The ore recently discovered is
richer than any that was
previously sent to the smelter,
antl is self-fluxing.
Passed Away.
New Buildings.
Tbe stone foundation of the
new Canadian Hank of Commerce building is completed,
the large steel vault is beint;
placed in position and will be
walled in by a wall IH inches in
thickness. When completed it
will be tne finest building in
Southeast Kootenay.
Tbe new Presbyterian Church
rapidly approaching completion. The outside is now receiving a coat of paint. The
Church when finished will be
the largest in Cranbrook.
Edward Elwell, of the firm of
Beale & Elwell, has just returned
from ihe head waters of the west
fork of tbo St.Marys river. He
reports tbe amount of timber
and copper ore In those regions
as wonderful.
Mr. W. H. Ingram, B.A., of
Paris, France, editor of 'The
American Register", and author
of "Who is who in Paris" spenl
Wednesday in Cranbrook with
C H. Dunbar, an old school
friend
Developing the (rood Hope Group.
Frank Williams relurned from
the St.Mary's river country on
Monday, During the past month
ivlr. Williams has been engaged
in developing the Good Hope
property which is situated on
Whitefish ereek. This property
adjoins tbe Fallow group of
mines. The ore is copper bearing carrying Values in gold and
silver. Several thousand dollars
have been expended in the development of the Good Hope
property which will be Crown
grunted iu the near future.
Working the Mystery.
Robert Dewar was down from
We are sorry to hear of the
sudden demise of Mrs. Ed. Lavis
of HoliiH'sville. says iln- Brussels
Post, of Brussels, 0-nt., which
sad event took place on Friday
morning of last week, September
1st Heart failure was the
cause,   Mrs.    Levis   had  been
subject to weak spells for a time
but on Thursday was enjoying
apparently good health, Deceas
ed leaves her husband and seven
children lo mourn her demise.
Site was a daughter of Jolm Hill,
of Brussels, and well and favorably known lo many in Ibis locality. Mrs. Levis was a sister
of W. D. Hill, of Cranbrook.
A Word to Parents.
Lest there be misunderstanding
of any sort balweon ibe parents
and tbe leaehcrs in any matter
relating to Ibe school and particularly wiib respect to ihe
absence of pupils during any of
the sessions. 1 beg lo say, that
under no circumstances, may
pupils leave school without the
teacher's permission, and only in
exceptional cases will a teacher
give leave lo a pupil lo leave
school during a M'saaioi! without
having first been shown a written
request to thai effect from a
parent.
1 am confident thai all parents
realize how very, very important ii is, bulb for the pupils
and for the school, that all children intend school regularly as
possible. All teachers are hope
ful that iu these things they will
'receive the help and co-operation
of all Interested in Hie future of
the children and in Ibe well-being
and effective organization of the
school.
A. A. Mucneil, Principal.
Cheap Rates to Coast.
Are you going to Portland
Fair;' If so, why not go while
the Dominion Exhibition is on at
New Westminster, and take in
both fairs for the price of one?
The Canadian Pacific Railway
will issue tickets to Portland
and return for £27.00 good for
30 days, and to New Westminster
on Sept. 24th to Oct. 3 inclusive,
good to return until Oct. 12th
[or 121.16 from Cranbrook with
corresponding rates from other
Kootenay points. Commencing
September 26th and continuing
daily till Oct. 20th. sleeper will
iie run between Arrowhead and
Vancouver for tbe accommodation or Kootenay passengers.
For tickets reservations, etc.,
apply to any C. P. R. agent or
write J. S. Carter, D. P. A.,
Nelson, li. C.
Found remains of John Heenan.
On Saturday last, some Indians
lisbiug  on the St. Mary's river
discovered the remains of John
Heenan  who   was   missing  for
nearly   two   months.    At   this
lime Heenan was making prep-
.rations to go to the St. Mary's
country   to work on a mining
properly, not appearing to take
bis supplies, inquiry was made
and   bis absence could   not  be
accounted for.   When last seen
or heard of, Heenan was on the
Hat west of Steele,  since then
nothing was heard of him until
the finding of his corpse on a
gravel   bar   in   the  river.    Dr.
Watt held an inquest on Saturday,
at which the remains found were
identified    as    Hoenans.    Mr.
Heenan, was an old time miner
and prospector in this district,
and was respected and liked by
everybody.
T THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, K U, sEPTr.MHhl. Iti, intra
DOMINION
190S      September  27  to  October  7
Under the auspices of the Rovul Agricultural
and Industrial Society.
New Westminster, B.C.
l»M»JS
©Ije yroepector.
KSTABI.I-.HKI'    laa*
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AM.   EDITOK.
flDhe ycoapector
SATURDAY. SEPT. IB. 1906.
M1K questions that  will  be
$1 ',000
IN    PRIZES   AND
A T T ll A C TH'Ns
Commi
Sioo.ooote™.
and
Stupendous and comprehensive array of Exhibit,- representing the resources of all Canada
-um now   in   session at
are  those  of duties  on
lead, timber and fruit.
Enlarged    grounds,   new.   handsome    and Today, in the Kootenays there
spacious buildings. ,, no mistaking the strength of |
WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS in   R'wipk   and   Lacrosse,   Horse  public opinion in favorof placing
Racing. Broncho "Busting-," Military Parades and Exercises. ., tarjjJ on |Pai>j .,„,) timber. »,, as
ROYAL IRISH GUARDS and other Famous Bands. to   afford   effective and adequate
GRAND  WATEK   CARNIVAL   Parade   o:   Fa-user   river   fishing   rieet.   protection   to    these   important
patrol   boats.  H.M    warships. Indian war aanoes. etc.
Indian Sports.
For all information write W. H. KEARY. Secretary   and Manager
Neva) Westminster. BO
I big loos, aud even then it is
| better to lake small floaters than
I wait for the bis; ones that may
| never come.
• •   s
It is time to aive your tongue
a rest wbeu you can't think
of something nice to say about
your neighbors
• s   s
Many marriages have taken
place In Cranbrook during tbe
past three months, we suggest
••the full baby carriage" as the
slogan in the coming municipal
campaign.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
I Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \
Nearest tu railroad depot.    Has accoinmo
dations    for    the    public    unequalled   in
Cranbrook.
industries
Will protection, in tbe form of
a high tariff, on lead and lumber
stimulate business in Southeast
Kootenay! Most assuredly. Pro-
,:',
A TENDER SKIN
KooL
We are only at the
of  our   industrial   and
properties in Southeas
nay.
•   •   s
A report  from Golden,  i» to
the etTeet that the Doukabours, |
working on the  Kooteuay Cen , ,
tral railway  are  likely soon  'ojj
go ou a strike  and  carry   away   W
beginning fSjHot and Cold Bath!
H0GGARTH & ROLLINS
Proprietors &
NOTICE.
NOT, I, I.
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tectiou   will  place every silver- the wheelbarrows aud tools now ♦
lead mine in the district iu oper- used by them iu construction.       ♦
atiou. every lumbering plant will _ .   _
be worked to their utmost capac-    .,.,       . ,   .     ,
,,.     , , I here   ia    in.ar,-   Catarrh   in   tliia'i
ity. it will   giva  employment   to section of the country than all oth.-r  <P
♦
When   You   Think   Of ♦
n
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Always sutlers from exposure to extremes of
temperature as  much as from a cutting
wind.     To all who are thus afflicted
we commend
A.
J Parke Davis' Distilled
, Witch Hazel
You will find it Delightfully Soothing
s   in effect and  Exceedingly   Pleasant   to
Is    use.
PRICE   25C.   AND   50C.
C. E. REID & CO..
j* w
^Phone  74 rp^   DmggistS. t§
j)      CRANBROOK,   B.C.
^ DISPENSING   OCR    SPECIALTY '"''•>>
^'€k4k£k*k4k4k£k ^^tk^k^^k^k^^
thousands of miners and lumber
men. There will be an abundance of money in circulation,
and the more money we have the
more we spend, which i.s a common practise and will apply to
all. Protection applied to the
Kootenay silver lead ores and
lumber will bring increasing
prosperity to every portion of
British Columbia.
•  t t
President Roosevelt is quoted
as saying "life is too soft".    He
w;t> np against  a pretty bard Toledo, o
strata     when     he    -truck    the     J'1'' u> ?,™l»Ul*; •*'•,
T |     lKKf Hall i ha-nilv IMH-   fur
Japanese-Russian   peace   prob* i pation.
lem.    Hut he pot there just the	
dUeuei put together, ami until tht
Ja-t few years was suppOM*tl to Ik; in* ^
curable. For a great many years w
doctors pronounced it a lo^ai dtsea*e A
ami prescribed local remedies, and by X
constantly failing to cure with local w
treatment, pronounced it incurable, A
Science ha.- proven .--atari-Ii tn lw- a ^
constitutional di»ea*e atvi therefore ™
requires constitutional treatment. A
Hail's Catarrh Cur.*, manufactured by j j^
F. .1, Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, U\W
the only constitutional cure on t h*
market. Iti." taken Internally in dose
from 10 drops to a teaspoonfuL It act*
directly on the Mootl ami mucous sur
(aee.1 of the system. They offer om
hundred dollars for any caae it fails u
cure. S*-nil for circulars and te-ti
monials.
Address  J,   r\   CHKKs^
You Think Of
"HUTCH"
JOHN HUTCHISO
St   I
♦ -   PHONE  119
Z Cranbrook, H.(.
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Always Up-to-Date
£ Cranbrook;, -      - B.C. 3
7iuua.uuiuuuiUUiuuuiiuuiaaituauuuuii.iuuiU^
^viifiiiviciiifiiifiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiifir'^
Do Not H
that the winter just pa.-t Is o< as) cold spell st
ver experience, but prepare foi     ■■ Frigid al — 5^
itch will in i'tu it few month*; u/n ■■■.•■ ••<•<., .-. •£
_ by pinvhasin? from us now the celebrate. SUNSHINE gC
^FURNACE and have it installed hy L'nu-lWl Me.*l      .-.   J=
| Patmore Hros. |
'SPlumbing. Roofing. Heating and Ventilating Engineers*
k A large number of men in Ally? berta hav,- run their business
inic ih>> ground—and art- now
engaged in running it nut of the
ground,—we refer to tht- Alberta
11 I Co who h.,\,' ;m S.000 barre
pusher in Southern Alberta.
•  »  •
The !'',kI market once more
r,.-L'iia- tc smack ".' old pros
perous time:., when a lead mine
wa- permitted to live. I.
...
An important factor in the new
prosperity about to come to thei
silver-lead  industry of this dis-]
trict is the demand for zinc ores. |.
...
The Laurier government has
not increased its popularity in
<;ivins; Alberta and Saskatchewan the marble heart and
frozen hand on the school
question.
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. iii.  v.. A M.
CKANBKOoK. B. a .
iA. Mellor D-iMin
General Merchandise
ATTENTION PROSPECTORS AND MINERS li Is not
necessary to freight your supplies twenty miles, when vou can
purchase the same ?no,|>. at the same price, al MELLORS
Miner, .-"itia: tn all |a.in'-. V!., St. Mary, rivur will Hud ii .1 \v:^ mvIdk
and r,ir,\,'ni"ii'-'- '" procure KiippHes farora
Professional.
H1RTBT t McCARTEK
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRAXBUOOK,     ■     B.C
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
ft. iweilor
General Outfitter
Marysville,  B.C
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
Cranbrook
British Columbia
{ CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
/ zSn   Marysville;,  B-C.   ¥E~
J Tl
5  valley.
largest and  best equipped hotel in the St. Marys'
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
The hyprocrisy of Senator
Templeman, on the Autonomy
Bill has disgusted many honest
Liberals.
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
.nd NOTARY  PUBLIC.
Cranbrook. B.C.
I
Cosi and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters For
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Only those whose names are G. H.  Thompson
[registered as property holders
need apply at the polling booths
at the coming municipal
elections.
...
Railway building may be in
progress this winter in the
Kootenay valley, but it will 1*
in aictiv progress nex; spring
ami before 1908 comes to an end
th" whistle of the locomotive
will be heard in Port Steele.
—w   BABBISTEB at sol.l, IT"!
__W   NOT.UIV PUBLIC
OPPICE   LEASK   BUILDING
I Crtnbrook, B.I .
THO Mr A S   M c V I T T I E
P.L..S.  <St C.E.
.  Fort Steele B.C.
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; NORTH   STAR       J
J -^     HOTEL :
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4 Kimberley,   B. C. «
♦ *
H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
I
«*»«««««««^«««^^««*>«^«««
Marysville, B.C.
ed don't
FRANK ANGERE. Manager    if you expect to
he   continually   squealinsr.—but
Th- above hotel has 1 11 recently erected, and neatly furnish-1 root.
ed   throughout.     The  Bar  is  supplied   with  Ihe  besl  brands of!
Liquors and Cigars.
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY
Ptiusician and Surgeon
OFT1CFJ ARMSTRONa   \VK
Mi'CKS'.    « 1(1 11 ».(ll.    J 1"
: to 8 p.m.
I'lli'lll- Olllare 105      li'-aialrli
 ....II..'
p.m.
. . . . .
e
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville. where miners
can be supplied with anything they want at all times at
'Cranhrook prices.
wttto-s |tr*n  um, thirty ^J%
• 1,-T J*U 1 itl'«H(l io .tppll to  Itir  Cblaf QmI
11..-»... 1.--r oi Lhndi »ad fforki r<,r i Umam m
pltMpMt lor ootl ami peUOlffBID 00 ilir Iui|ow.
Hi*- 'lewrifif.l landi :» I- it-l Kinilenuv DUlrln
t omtiu-tifiint ai i pott pluterl -n \u* rluril.
*• acorneruT Alice TutUi »l»m|potrol«0ii
I • i. t in on Klk Klvei *boui i intirs nonh ,,• ,_,[
-. uroup One KoototMjr, lh«nc« -   ,,,,lM
1 »i-»i   tlicni-r *»<• Inn n- nortli  thlttra >0 •Im,,,
.-.••I    tilrlHt- UebftlOl -""tli  lO th« inn..-   ol   I*.
. ginolocoootafolnfMO ai rt'« man ot lati
l*«t«d .injv >iii  1MB
ioiio r Wu*. .(,..„,„
■ .lamentingat• pottpUnttf n <u, n,,lltl.
mui cornei ol John ¥ WiUim'a eaal tint
pfiroleamclu{a, thanceUebalna »<"i tii,.,,,.,.
n ■ ham- norti  ibencetv ebaloi out, Dtenm
m  ■ ualil- lOOlti I.i Ih*   |ilnc-.' ot   IwvlliMUf  ,,,,,.
th moi ma ai rw mortoi leu
1   r.1.«l   Jlll>    >    1901
\loi» Wllaon Loeaiar
Jafan r Wllaon A|«at
. ..iiitiiri.ritii' at a poal planted on ibe u.,iti(.
cn,i   i-orinT   of   Vina   Wllaon'a   rual  toil
pel roll am claim ihenee mi balm nun  ihetua
tt • ba ii nil n.'-i-' <■ -•,.
-'   ,    ll.!     ll-    -    -.'al,     Kl    UU-    pl«
lalftlni *>in in r.-- mora or it
I'Hi.-.iJuh ■;- |9A
MioeMau Laratw
John I'" Wiu-.n   tjnm
CWnmenoIng at a poal planted m tbe *urtb<
cii-t eonwr ot Vlnn Wllaon'■ ooatudpatro*
iiuiii riniin itiriii.- **> abtlni veal   tbanea «>
ebalna nortb Ibetwe U obalni '■*«!   tbeuea m
. balna «mih to tin- plane of boftanli
■! «>.' acrea more ot Ism
UatedJutytS iw*:.
a Uelaiyra, (xnatoi
John ¥ Wllaon, Aienl
Onmmeoeinf at t poat planted al tba nortb*
ifti-i corner of A Miltitvn-- coal andymn*
leum i-iutui ibanee B obalna treat, ui-m- **
rhalna north tbenee w cbalne onat, tbonre m
cbalni aonlfa to iln- place of ix-KltinitiK rantala*
Ing MOaorei more or lem
Uuleil Julvft, IW*
A. i-'airiiehi Locator
Jobn !■' Wllaon Avenl
Onnmenoing at a poet planted at the nortb'
•*»•-! eorner of Alice Mnti icool and peiroleon
i-iaiin. tbunceS) ebalna eaal   tbenee M cbalai
nor Ui   (hi'lire *l clmllii w»-it   Itictn-.'   ni rtiaini
ion Lb to thi- place ol
■i •'-- iinirr or !»■--
Dated Julv ■•» I9QB
a. Uanaban, Locator
John ¥  Wil-on. Aid-lit
Pommenelnf ate poet planted at the norUi.
i-u"' rornei o| ,\ pairfleld'aooal and netmlfota
claim, tbence scicbainn wen ihenee u chalbi
ooitb. tbenct 80 ebalna eaal thence M efaalu
M.uih io the place of bcflnnlng containing **
hi" - more or leaa,
[tated Jul] >. Ift»
Leila Rom  Locator
John ¥ WMm.ii. Agent
rununenelng at n poat planted al tbe nortli
w.-m corner of A   Uanahan - coal ind petm
irinii claim, thence m chalm •■u-t  IheneeH
nnrtb. thence n cbelna weat Ihenee *>> ebalu
lou'b to tbe place of beglnnlog containing mu
■< rea mure or 1.---
Ihited iio- ttth Jul]  imk
I-. Doberer Locator
Join.' ¥ Wll  Agent
Commencing ui a pool planted nt tbe nonl
i'ii-1 corner of u-im Koai raal and ix-ir.ileiia
olnlm.tbence 10cbalni ae*i thence •»• cfaafH
north, tbenee m ebalm eaal tbence w cbilu
KHith to the place of begli nfug jntalnlngM
»' rea mora or lea*
Dated Jui\ n 1906
A  M StewaiI   i-"
Jobn i' Wllaon \gm\
' oiumenclng r.1 a poal planted al the nortb*
w—: eomer of I. Dooerer'a eaal an.l ii'troleuu
ri«ira thenee»rbatnn •■«»t  thei  **" cbalm
north, thence W cbnlni weal   thence io cbalni
-   ■ h t" ')"■ i>:.t f beginning containing **i|»
n, "■- more ■■< \e*m
Dated Julv ." ti"*>
,i  - Alexander Loi ntor
John ¥ Wllaon Agenl
i nmmenclng it * poat planted "» the north
b*>.i oornei ..r \ M Stewart'i real and i»-it"
leum claim, tbence 80 chalni weat  tbence BO
S  . balna nortb tbence K ebalne eaal   tbence ■*>
wjeba naaonth tn tbe place of bentnnlng contain*
•9 i |ng mo w rw mora or leal
Dated Jul] ■"' Iff*
v p Wallace Locator
jobn i' Wllion, Agenl
immenelngat * i>»«t planted m ttic ntrtb*
weat eorner of J 9 Alexander^ eoal and petroleum 'lalm   tbence to chalni e*«l   tbenceH
obalni north. tbeneeMchnlna weal   tbence B
ehalai eontb to the pla< ■ of beglnnlni eontaU*
mu mo :\,Tf. more or lem
Dated *»th July, 1MB
\ w nieoMlell [x«*1ot
John I-'. WlUon Agenl
Onromenctng at a poat planted «' the north*
| anil corner of S P Wallace** coal nnd petroleum claim tbence SO ebalna worn   tbence K
ebalna north, tbence 80 ebalm ea*t   ihei »
j ebalna aontb to the place nt beginning conlaln1
: iiu- -wo acrea mor-' or lean
Dated »lh July. IWR.
noni Wallace. Locator
John r Wllaon Agenl
Commi nclng it gpaal planted at the nortli
wesl corner ol  *.   W    Dleaadell - eoal i"1'1
petroleum claim. Ibanee to chain* eaal  tbener
SO ebalna nortb. thenoe 80 ebalna weat, tbeae*
BOchalmi south to the place ol commencement
rontalhini* t'.iD ncn-s niorc or ir-s
imte.1-Mh.lulv  l*K
M   M   Rarber, Locator
John !■' Wllaon, Agent
Commencing at n poat planted el i'»- north*
weal corner ol M M Barher'a ooal nnd petroleum claim   tbence N ebalna eoat.tbei M
ebalna north, thence >•» '-hum- weal   tbence B
obalni south to pic plaoe ol beginning contain*
li.ir MO arre* more or leaa
Date-1 Jul) SOttl 1MB
Ubert \ini'. Locator
John \' Wllaon   Agenl
Commencing at a poatplantelal the norlb*
ea»i eorner of Dor* Wallace's coal and pelro*
leu nt claim, tbenee ■*' cbalni weat, thence 80
I ebalna nortb, tbence N ebalna e**t, tbence w
I ebalna *outb to the place of beginning contain-
j Mu ocrua more or leaa
il 20th July  ISOft
Florence i Irr. Loi-awr
John i". Wilson Agent
ji
BREWING CO, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS ami BREWERS ol EXTRA KINK
BEER | PORTER
SOLD BY THE BA.RREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.4 P. O. BOX 812     />
^     TELEPHONE NO.t     p
Fort   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
1 STEWARTS |
? The  LEADING STORE  For I
I t
f Fresh Fruit. Vegetables. X
|    Choice Confectionery
•!• FRESH SOTS,
f SOPTDRINKS
*'II:,zi'hviioii Ice Cream"
I PROMPT  HKI.IVKUV
F.   E.   KING
«     DENTIST
' 'K.H'K   H"t-KS:    II to l'J H.lll
1 tu 'i p.m.
7lo8p.m.
' ikkiit. anal RR8I0ENCE
Armstrong Ave    Cranbrook
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
♦ X
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75    Armstrono. Ave
The Illinois Central    £
Mniouln- une*™lled   service   Iron, i ^ H,id 0fflc8'
I P. Burns & Go. I
the
.i    u.tfiiii»lE Calenry. Alberta.
he eut and soutn< Malong j g-      *
train-   »'  *•••&
.}.'..'.. DEER
Boot, stioe Maker
All Work Ruarenteed
Sew Work Mtde to Meuure
»»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•>♦*>♦♦♦•>♦ ; Armstronij Ave.
t ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
t'loa^ eonnectloni will, train, "f a
traMiicootlneDtal lines, naaa&ojfen *re IC.
glyen ih'-ir ,-liiiir'- "I raaiite. ua ChlcsgolE
Louisville, MHUi|atii. anal NVw Orlesns, *C
I uii.l through these |K,int. t,a th^ (ai-'-a.i fc
PrMpeotlvc travelers desiring In for- Ifp.
matlon as to the lowest t-nt,-a and iM-at1^-
ninit'a au-^ Invited i" irurrespondflnce —^
with tin- fnllftwini' r-^|,r,-a,.|ttaiivt-a. CT
B. M. Trimhii.!.. Commercial Awit P
1« Third St   Portland, Oregon. |g ,       ,        .
.1. I . I.INI'SKV.   I. P. .v I'.A. g;
142 Third St., Portland, OreKOD E      Live  Stock
p. li. Thompson, k. a pa., itooui 1 \fl?
CvlialU U.if     1«[1.|   Wuta
Wholesale and Retail %
—*•
1 Meat Merchants %
Abattoir and Cold Storage 3
at Calgary, Alberta.    3
^iUUliUUiUiiUiiUUllUlUUUl^UiUllliliiiliiiilliUilUUiUlil^
1 H'KNCKS POR BBL.LING MURSKRV
STOCK.
Alieutloa in ill reeled u> tiir  ProrWom ot
Sec 17 of (be Horuculturr*] Houni Ael wbloh
rwdfl ut follow.
■'Si> jwriou, Arm or corporation ih&ll boi*!*
•■or toiitiriue In the buatnem n( lollltiir. »*
"principal. iiKt'nt. solicitor, oi 6ther**l»e.
■•witiiin ihr Prorlow, (rail tn'cs. pUnta or
"nunery stock, or o(lm|)orilQB for *-»le. fruit
"trees, plants or nursery stock Into ti"' Pro-
■Tince. wltii.mt first btt^lnifobiHliiH ii lieu	
'locum on *m-b buslnesa In tho Province u»
' in this Ael prortded"
All persons authorised io sell nuraery -,iM'li
-J I in itii-I'rnviiiiT are required by their prlnrl*
Haiti Otttce lor Eust Kootenay, ."jS jpnli. or by themselves to deposit bonds  In lit*
Cranbrook, B.C 3   Department ol Agriculture, Victoria, for tin'
^5 I filthfol performance ot their obllgnllon*   Vb»
*"■■*   public is therefore warned noi i" purchasa
— **3 I nursery stock except from duly licenced pur
ee ol ibe Board ol Rortfeultnro.
Department of Agrioulture.
Ictorla .tttn July, iinn
J  U. ANDEnSON.
Deputy Minister of Aiirirnliurc
SecretHry.
Four Year Courses
in Mlnlngi Chemical Hvll.
Mechanical and Blectrics!
Bnglneerlafi
Mineralogy ami Oeolo y
Biology ami Public Hen ih,
Write for cnlendar la
riie Secretary,
Ichool ol Minimi
Kiujr;»lou  Out
Ofil r
I '^■&*w.u***vat*>!mm»mi**mam*.>mma%im<j
This Goapoq
Entitles ti"- holder to oneobanoelor
tbe SOLID SlI.VKIt SET, wliia-h will he given I"
the holder ol the larnoa: number ul cogpoNS mi
January, let, iihiu.
A COUPON will Im- given willi ever)  1 Igor
or paukttde "1 Cluarettoi  |» Imi»,-,I   between
September 1st, 1008 and Jahuarj   let, 1900.
S. J. MIGHTON,
Tobacconist.
BAKBB Stiikkt. CRANBROOK, B. 0.
H MMtMMaaMaaM n ma i Babw ■pw****
WILL  BE
n '■mm*.* ■* *•*• *ii#**'iti'#(ii**iNiKii
KKTITI.KS the hulller l" ONE IIIANrK for
tht SOLID SILVER BET  wli'n'li   will If   ifivi-n lo
tin- bolder ot the large*! number of oODTONg on
January, Ut, l«on.
A. COUPON will in- ctven with every Cigar
or paokage ui Cigarette* purchased between
September 1st, IIKK aud January   Irt, 190H,
S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconist
Baker Street. ORANBROOK, B.o,
i.
GIVEN   AWAY
1906
i
a **»»■»»»■»>»».*»«»«>»»»»»•»>»»">'►"»*1
A   HANDSOME
Set of Table
SILVERWARE
Consisting of n6 Pieces
Valued at $75.00
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Take notice t hat tbtrtj dayi after
date I Intend to apply (0 the Chief
Comminlbner of Landi and World »t
Viotdiia for a Special License to cut
unil carry Hwuy Umber from the foi low-
in lf deterfbed Innds in Southeast Koote-
nit,v Dlltriot.
Com me in* in if ut u post planted on the
north liank of the Skonkum Chuck
Itiver. uUiiit one half mile north of
Cariboo Creek, thenee north ZOchalmi,
thenoe east80 ohatni, ihenee iputb B0
ehlillH.   thenee   west   80 ehuins. thenoe
north 00 chalni to thi* plaoe ol beginning containing 040 aorea more or Less.
P, .leuneii. laoeutor
Pitted August ~ut, nwfi
2.   Commenoing at a )»>**t planted
one hitU mile weM Of P.  JetUbn'l  tint-
liei   claim,   thenee  lOUth   "O  chain*,
tbenoe eat! -tOohalas, thenee north 160
thain*". tbenee weal 40 ebalna, thenee
aouth 80 eiuti!,.s to place of beginning
containing 840 acroa more or leu.
Kniii.i Lundin. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Pitted August 81, IQOfi
H.  Commencing at u poet'fplftQted
one tnile west of Kulda Lundln'a Umber
elaim. thenee bouth SO ehaiiiH. thenee
ea.it HO chain*, then.e north so chains,
thenco weat H) ehains to place ot be-
ginnlngf containing ftW ftorea more or
leas.
1'. Wlnfeldt, Locator
1' Jensen. A^ent
Dated Auguat 21, lfH>5
4. Commeneiny At a potl planted at
thu northwest comer of P. Winfeldt's
timher elahn, thenee north Ml chains,
thenee east 80 chains, thenee wmth SO
balna, thenee west SO ehains to place
of beginning containing 64.0 uofea more
or less.
1*. Pearson, L*teator
P. .lensen. Agent
Dated August 31, 1905,
5. Commenoing at u post planted
one mile west of P. Winfeldt's timber
elaim. thenee south so chains, thence
east so ehains. thenee north SO chains,
thenee west so,chains to.place of be-
tfiiinlnir containing i>40 acres more or
less.
to. Lundin. Locator
P. Jensen. Agent
Dated August 21, 1905
0.   Commencing at  the   northwest
corner of B.   Lundin's timber  claim,
thenee north SO chaiAs, thenee east  HO
chains, thenee south SO ehains,  thenee
west so chains to place of beginning
Ibntatnlnj) *>40 acres more or less.
P. Wlnfeldt, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 81. W05
7.   Commenoing at  a  post planted
one half mile weat of B.  Lundin's eorner   post,   thence   south   160   chnitis.
thenee east 40.chains, thenee north 180
chains, thence west 40 chains to place
of beglni ing containing 640 acres more
or less.
Wilheniina Miller. Locator
P, Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1005
s.   Commencing at a post  planted
one half mile west of W.  Miller's eorner   post,   thenee  south   IM   chains,
thenee east 40 chains, thence north 180
ehains. thenee west 40 chains to place
of beginning contalnthg 840 acres more
or less.
A. J. Miller, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, IttOB
o.   Commencing at a  poat  one half
mile west of A. J, Miller's corner post,
thenee south 160 chains, thence cast 40
ehaius, thenee north 160 chains, thenee
west 40 chains to place of beginning
containing 040 acres more,or le-tn.
X. Hanson, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 31, 11*05
io. Commencing at a post planted
at the northwest corner of N. Hanson's
titnU'i' claim, thence south 160 ehains.
thenee west 40 chains, thence north 100
chains, thenee east 40 ehains to place
of b^gtnrilhg cbnWilling t'40 acres more
or less.
Wilheniina Miller. Locator
P, Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1006
ll. Commencing at n post planted
at the northwtsl eorner of W. Miller's
tlmbOC clai.n. thenee west 40 chains,
thence nortli 40 chains, thenee cast loo
ehains. thence south 40 chains, thence
west 120 ehains to place of beginning
containing M0 acres more or less.
A. J. Miller. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1005 30
Baker Street
Cranbrook, B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given ibiit thirty days after
date] intend to apply to the Uhiof Commissioner ofLnmls nml Works nt Victoria for u
License to prospect for Coal und Petroleum on
ibe following* described lauds In Southeast
Kootenay.
Commenoing at a post planted about iisj
eighteen miles etui otMorriuoy lu mock No.
4508, and ut the southwest corner of Mary
Fulmy's claim, theuce south to chains, thence
east 80 chain*, thence north 80 chuins, thence
west Si) chains in place of beginning. This
claim was ut one time located by p. S. Hyuni
of Spokane, Wash., and known us one of the
Haekctt group.
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Notice Is ha'i'i'liy given that thirty
days after date we Intend to apply In
the Chief C'onimlwloner of Land* and
Works (or special licences to cut and
carry away timlier from the following
described lands in North-east Kootenny
Parcel No. 1.
<'ommeneing at a (Hist planted hImhu
one mile from White Rivet Lake and
alsmt one-half mile from White River
on the south side and alsiut 25 miles
from its mouth, theuce east aliout lis)
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west HHI chains, thence 40 chains to
the place of commencement.
Dated this Sth day of August, lH0!i.
.1. P. White
Parcel No. i.
Commeiiclnir al .1. F. While's southwest, oornor post parcel No. 1, thence
oast 100 ehains, thence south 40 chains,
I hence west 1110 chains, thence north 40
chains to the place of commencement.
Iiiiicd this llth day of August, 111(11).
Oi A. Chapman
Parcel No. 1.
('ommenelni.' ut a |sist planted at ('■
A. Chapman's southwest, corner Parcel
No. 1, thonee east 100 chains, thence
south 40 ehains, thenee west 1110 chains
thence North 40 chains to tho place of
commencement.
Dated this Uth day of August, IW,.
Win. Carlin
Parcel No. 1.
f 'ommencine/ at it |s,st. planted at.
Win. Carlln's southwest, corner parcel
No l. thonee east 1(10 ehains, thence
south 40 chains, thence wesl 100 chains,
thence north 40 chains U> the place of
commencement.
Dated this Dili ilny of August. UKI'i
A. Doylo
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at A. Doyle's northwest
corner jsist parcel No. 1, thence south
100 chains, thence west 40 ehains,
thence north 100 chains, thence east 40
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated this IMh day of August, HKIft
Wm. Walsh
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted on the
southwest side of White Itiver, anil
about 100 chains northwest of J. H.
White's northwest corner, parcel No. 1
thenee eust 40 chains, thenee south 100
chains, thenee west 40 chains, thenco
north 100 chains to the place of commencement,
Dated this loth day of August. 1005
F, Hlnurore
Parcel No. 1,
Commenoing at a post planted at P.
Btnmore's northwest corner parcel No.
I, thence north 1110 chuins, thence west
40 chains, thence  south   100  chains,
thonee east 40 chains to the plat f
comincncomonl.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1005.
0. Geary
Pnreel No. 1.
Commencing at a |n>st planted on the
northeast side of White River and
alsjut 20 chains oast of P. Rinmorc's
northeast corner pared No. 1. thence
oast HO chuins. thence south HI) ehains.
thenee west HO chains, thenee north HO
chains to the place of commencement,
Dated this 10th day'of August, 11105.
Hen Warden
Parcel No. I.
Commencing at a (Hist, planted at
Hen Werden's northwest corner parcel
No. 1, thence cast HO chains, tbence
north 80 chains, Ihenee west HO chains
thence south HO chains to tho place of
commencement.
Datod this 10th day of August, 1005
John (lien
Parrel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted at
John lilen's northwest corner parcel
No. 2, thence east HO chains, thenee
north HO chains, thence west 80 chains
theuce south H|| chains lo the plaoe of
commencement.
Dated this loth day of August, ilKM".
levin Shedglvtck
Parcel No. I.
Commencing at a |iost planted on the
northeast side ol White Itiver and
ulsmt one-half mile north-easterly from
< Icorge (leary's northeast corner parcel
No. 1, thence east HV ehaius, thence
north HO chains. Ihenee west HO chains,
1 hence south HO chains Ui the place of
commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, IHO.*,
A. B. Morrlco
Parcel No. 2.
('ommenclng at a post planted on the
north side of White Itiver and about 10
miles from Its mouth, thonee east HO
ehains. thence north HO iihalna. thenoe
west HO chains, thence south HO chains
to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, IDOo.
A. Doyle
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a |K(9t planted 40
chains east of A. Doyle's southwest
eorner post parcel No. 2, thence south
HO chains, thenee east HO chains, thenee
north HO chains, thenee west HO chains
lo place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August. 1905
Win. Walsh
Parcel No, 2.
Commencing ut a post planted at A.
Doyle's northwest corner parcel No. 2,
thenee west 100 chains, thonee north
40 chains,  thence  east   100   chains.
thence south 40 chains to place of i •
meucemeut.
Puled this Uth day ot August, 11105
F. Blnmore
No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted on the
south side of White River and at P.
Binmore's northeast eorner pared No.
2, thence west 180 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence east 100 chains,
thence south 40 chuins to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August. 1905
ii. Geary
No. 2.
Commencing at u |kisI planted 20
halns west of.C. deary's northeast
ornor parcel No. 2, thence west 100
'liiiins, thonee north 41) chains, thenee
east IHO chains, thence south 41) chains
lo place of commencement.
Dated this Ilil, day of August, 11105
\. II. Morrice
No. 2.
Commencing nl a |swt planted 20
chains west of A. B. Morrice's northeast coiner pared No. 2. thenee wost
IHO chains. Ihenee north 40 chains,
thenee eust. 100 chains, thence south 40
chuins to plaoe ol commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1005
Ben Werden
No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains west ol Ben Worden's northeast
corner parcel No. 2, thence west IHO
chains, ihenee north 40 chains, thence
cast 1H0 chains, thence south 4(1 chains
to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1905
Irvon Shedgivlck
No. 2.
( iimnienolng at a |s,st 20 chains west
of liven Shodglvick's northeast corner
post parcel No. 2, thenee west HO ehains
thenoe north HO chains, thenee east HO
chuins, thence south HO chains to place
of commencement,
Dated this llth day ol August, 1005
John Glen
Pnreel No. 2.
I 'ommenclng at a poal planted ft)
chains west of John (lien's northeast
corner parcel No. 2, thence west 80
chains, tbence north HO chains, thonee
cast HO chains, thence south HO chains
to the place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 1906
Willis M. Violette
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing al a (Mist planted alsmt
lour miles northeasterly ol G, Geary's
northeast jsist parcel No. I. thence
west 80 chuins, thence south HO chains,
thenco eust 80 ehains, thenco north HO
ehains to the place of commencement.
Dated this loth day of August. IIKI.1
J. P. White
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a isist planted 40
chains west of .1. F. White's southeast
corner parce] No. 2, thence south 100
chains, thence west 40 chuins, thence
north IHO chains, thence cast 4(1 cliuinc
to tho place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1906
C. A. Chapman
Parcel No. 2.
< 'ommcncliig al a istst planted 40
chains west of .1. F. White's north'
east corner parcel No. 2, thenee
north IHO chains, thence, west 40 ehaim
Ihenee south 1(10 chains, thence eust 40
chains to tbe place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, luu.'i
Ilil William Carlin
NOTICK. I
TAKK NOTICE that I Intend to spply lo the
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE thst 1 Intend lo apply to ltw
I'lUcI CommlMtOnet ol Una! and Work, lor. i Chiel Conunia.louer ol Until ami Work, lor a
Kpt-clal License to cut end e.rry aw.y Umber! Si*''1'" I-'™"™ •» ™ "»> carry »«.y limber
from Hie following described l.n.la In Bolt ••*■• »• *>ll«wtt| Ueacrlbell Mad. In South-
Kootenav District, Urltlsh Columbia: «»' Koolensy Dl.trlel. Ilrlll-h Columbia
ConmraaM. ai a post pl.ntee. at j. Winn's Oommfnoetoi ai a post planted ,, Nei. Johnson', northeast corner N'o. 2 license, thenee
east saa chains, ihenee south So chains, thenee
! wesl SO ehains. iheuue north'JO chains In place
! of I'csiniiliiM
Osteal this 1.1th day of AuKUKt. Hal.",
Soutb Kaal eorner No 3 claim thence North 160
chain*, thence Kast lo chains, ihenee South US)
'bains, thence west Si chains lo place ol beginning-
Haled this huh. day of August, liaj;,.
i H. Kershaw, Locator
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK Ihst 1 Intend ;o spply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka for a
Special License to cut and carry away llinlsjr
Iraani Ihu following deaorlbed Innata lu But
Kootenay District. Ornish Columbia:
Commencing at a posl planted hi a. T. Coll
wolls' southeast comer thenee North lid chains
llieliee Kaal to chains, thenee South US) ehains.
thence Weat 40 chains lo place of beginning:
Dated Ibis 13th. day ol Annual. I'.'ic.
H. Kershuw. ,lr.
Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICK that I Intend lo apply lo llio
Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
Special License to cut ami carry away timber
from the following aleserlbed lioul. In Kast
Kootenay Dt.trlet. British Columbia:
Commencing al a post planted at It.
Kershaw's Suuth Kast corner No. I license
thenoe North lis) chains, thenee East 40 ehaius.
thenoe South IW chains, thence Weal 40 ehains
to plaee of beginning,
Dated this liith. day of August. IWaV
J. Wlrlh,
Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICK that I Intend la apply to the
Chief Cuininlssloiier of Lands and works for a
special License to cut aud carry away timber
from the following described holds In East
Kooienay District, llritish Columbia:
Commencing ut u post planted at J. McNeil's
North West comer theuce South IS" chains,
thi'iace Wesl tn chains, thence North IKOrhalna
Ihenee Kaal 411 ehaius lo plaee of beginning:
Dated thla lint, day of August, ISO..
J. Murleb, l.oeiuoi-
NOT10B.
TAKE NOTICE that I Intend to upply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works tor a
Special License lo cut anal curry sway timber
from the following described lauds In East
Kootenay District, llritish Columblu:
Comineneelngats poslplsutedut A..\.Ewiu's
North Wesl corner thence South Hal chains.
thenee West 10chains, thence North Imitlisiiia.
thence Eust III chalni to place of beginning.
Dated this Huh. day of August, I1..'"'.
J. McNeil
:H1 Locator.
NOTICB.
TAKE NOTICK Ihal 1 Intend lo apply to Iho
Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works tor a
Special License lo cut and curry away Umber
from the following described lands In Easl
Koolensy District, llritish Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at Jacob Not
son's North, Weat corner, thence South ISO
chains, thenoe Wesl 40 chains, thence North
ItUK'lislna, thence Kust 41) chains lo piuce of beginning.
Duteal th.ll 13th. ilny of August. lUOn.
A. A. Ewln.
Its Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE thai I Intend toapply In Ihe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
Special License to cut and carry away timber
from the following deacrlbed lands in Easl
Kootenny District, llritish Columbia:
Commencing st ii post plunteil'. mile west ol
the Skookutnchuck river, on the lirst creek on
west side and close to trail going up sulal creek,
thence South UiO chains, thence Wesl 40 chslns
thenee North ISO ohalns. Ihenee East toelutlns
to place of beginning.
Dated this Uth day ol August, use.
.Ihi',,), Nelson
III Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner nf I anda an:! works fo
Special License lo cut and curry uwuy timber
from the following described lands In   East
Kootenay District, llritish Columbia:
Commencing uta post pluutedut 11- Kershaw
Jr's Southessl eorner No. 2 license, ihenee east
atOohsini, theuce North ins, a'hnlns. ihenee Wost
10 ohalns. thenee South ISO chains to ploce of
beginning.
[luteal nils 13th day nl August, IIMUS.
J. Wlrlh.
.Wi l.lll'lUtal.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria for a Special License to cut
and carry away timber from the following desorlbed lands in Southeast Kootenay district:
1. Commencing at a jsist planted on
the west line olthe ('row's Nest Lum-
der Co. lease, thenee west 80 chuins,
thenee south 80 chains, thenee east HO
chains, thonee north HO chains to place
of liegiiitiiiig containing H40 acres more
or less.
II. Lundin. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21, 1905
2, ('oniiueiiciiig ut a post planted at
the northeast eorner of H. LuudlnV
timber cluitn. thenco west HO chains,
tbence north HO ehains, thenco east HO
chains, thence south HO chains lo plaoe
of beginning containing 040 acres more  «*"«'»        aoy u( m
Ol' lOSH.
It. Lundin, Locator
1\ .IcilKell, AtfUIlt
Dated AugUSt-21, 1005
X Commencing ut u iswt planted «tr
half mile west (if tht- line nf the ('mmV
Nest Lumber * 'o. lease, on the north
line of li. Lundin's timber claim, thence
eunt 40 chalns, thence north MO chains,
K. II. small
Locator.
NOTICB.
Take notice tlmt :k> ilny*. after date I the un
.ipptlKiii*.. Intend lo apply tn llid Chief Com
nilaaloner of Lund* ami Works nt Victoria. H.
ft. (or ii spw-litl lti'irttri* to cut ami carry uwuy
Mmher from tiie followlliu .tcar-Hlit*1.! lamia, in
KuHt Kootenay.
Ciiiiiiiuiu-iiiK at » (Kwt plimu'il one half mllo
south nt tho northwest I'ornt'r of A. T Collwell
thence west ni chuins: thence mirth Stl chain*;
theuce ot.nl BOchains; thence south *'chalna lo
place of iM'KlniiinK.
Dated thi* tttti day of aukuhI. 199.
John Kwln.
,W Lwitior
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK tbat I Intend to xpplv l"
the Chief Comtilltulonur of Laiulsuiiil Works
for ii license to out end carry away timber
from the following deMcrlbed hinds lu South
Hunt Kootenay: Commencinir al a post planted one mile north of J. McNetl'aaorUiwcsi
corner, thence eaat so chalni, ihenee temtk no
chains, ihenee west wi chains, thenoe twrtb m
ehains to place of bexinnlni.
Dated this nth day of Atu-unt. IMh
Hit Nels Johnson
NOTICB.
Take notice thai 1 Intend to apply to Ike Chief
t'ommlsMioners of Landx and Wortta for a
Special License to cut und carry away timber
from the follow I im described landa In .South
eaat Kootenay Dlatrlct llritish Columbia:
('ommenclDf! iH a post phmled one half mile
south Of J. Marten's nOrtbweal corner, theuce
south IW chfttnn: thence wesl 40 Chain*. Ihenee
north Ilk) cbttlna, Ihenee east hi chains to the
place of beginning.
Dated this 19th day of Annum. IU0S.
Kali Johnson
:M> l,i ii-a l or.
NOTICt.
Take not ice thai I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lundu nnd
Works for a speei.il license to out nml
carry away timber irom the following;
described lands. In Southeast Kootenity
district British Columbia;
Commencing at Thos. Dow's south
line on Cariboo Oreek) thence east 40
chains, ihenee south H0 chains, theuee
west ho chains, thenee north ho chains,
thenee eiwt 40 chuUis U> plupo of i'om-
meneement.
Dated August .led, 1905.
80 .toe Tacnhausur
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply to
tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds und
Works for a special license to out and
carry away timber from the following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district itritish Columbia:
Commencing at the southwest corner
of .loe Taenhauser's timber license
thence west 40 chains, thence nortli WO
chains, thence 40 chains east, thence
160 chains south to place of commencement.
Dated August 3rd, HH)6
80 A. A. Kwln
NOTICE.
rake notice that I Intend Ut apply t»»
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works tor :i special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kooienay
district llritish Columbia:
Commencing at the southeast corner
of .las. Highwarden's No. 1 timber
license, thenee wesl WO chains, ihenee
south 40 ehains. thence east WO chains,
thenee north 40 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August llth. 1905
:ti, .las. Ilighwarden
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
Iho Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
deserllted lauds In Southeast Kooteiuty
district llriiish Columbia.
Commencing at the sout&wett eorner
of Jas. Highwarden's No. '2 timber
licent*e, thenee KO.luiins west, thenee
HO chains north, thence HO chain*, easl.
thence HO chains south to place of com*
meneemeul.
Dated August llth. 1005
■I. Taenhauwcr
votice.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply to
tht"-hh'r commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special lic-nse to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described hinds in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing one and one half miles
west of the southeast corner of J.
Taenhauser's timber license No. 2.
thence south ho chains, thonco west 80
chains, thence north Ho chuins, thenee
east Hi) chains to place pf commencement.
Dated August llth, ItKlo
86 .1. McNeil
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner <>r Lands and
Works for a special license to cut und
oarry awuy timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kooienay
district llritish Columbia:
Commencing at tho southeast corner
of A. A. .'.win's timber license, thence
ltlO chains south, thence 40 chains wosl
theuce WO chains nortli, thenee 40
chains east to place of commencement.
Dated August :ird. 1005.
•tli .llillll   K.\ ill
NOTICE.
TAKK NoTK'K that 1 lutein) to anply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Work*, for a
Special License to out and carry awuy limber
from the followlni deaertbed land.* In Kaat
Kooteney DMrii-t. Hrltlab Ufiimiililu.
Commencing nt a pout intuited at Mali John
ihOU'h northwext comer No. ■£ license thence
west i» chains, thence north ISO cbiiim, thence
utu Iti chains, thence nouth 1iu> chain* to place
A. T. Collwell
Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that l intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timlier from the following
duserilied lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at J. Marten's south
line on Cariboo QroeKj thence east 40
chains, thenee south 90 chains, thence
west HO chains, thence north HO chains
thence east 40 chains to plaee of commencement.
Dated August 9, 1W5
30 ThoH. Dow
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE lhat I Intend to apply to the
j Chief CiiiumlsKliHi.M Ol Landa and Works for a
j .Special Lfccuae to cut and carry away tloihor
' from the followlni* (tcacrlbed lands In Kaat
j Kootenay iilatrlet. Urltlib Columbia:
| Commend ni* at • post planted at 11. Kerahaw
thenee west 40 chains, thence south lt»> j#\ northeast corner So. 2 license, thenoe
chains to place of lasglnning containing jj-wat so ebalna. thence north SO ebalna, thenee
040 acres more or less.
I*. ,1 en sen, Locator
Dated August 21, 1005
NOTI' fc
Take uol ire Chat I Intend to apply to
tho Chief CniiiinU-.iititer of Lauds and
Works for a special license to oul and
carry away timber from the following
desorlbed lands in Southeast  Kooteiuty
district llritish Columbia:
Commencing ut the southeast corner
of .Ins. Highwarden's No. 1 timlier
license, thence south HO chuins, thence
west HO chains, thence norih BO chains,
thence east 80 chains to place of commencement.
Doted August llth, 1005
80 Thos, Dow
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works tor a special license to rut and
carry away timber from the following
deserilM'd lands iu Southeast Kootenity
district llritish Columbia:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of .1. Kwin's Umber license, thenee east
40 chains, thence aouth 100 chains,
thenee west 40 chains, thence north 160
chains to place of commencement.
Dated August :ird,.100".
30 . Thos, Roberts
NOTION.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
thff Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
oarry away timber from the following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
t 'ommeneing at tbe northeast corner
of Thos, Roberta timber license, thence
east Kll chains, tlieiicc south HO chain*,
thence west HO chains, thenee north HO
chains lo place of commencement.
Dated August .Ird, 1005
.to Jacob Nelson
NOTICE."
•I'ni.i' Notice that thirty days after
date I Intend to upply to the Chief CoiumU-
Blonsr of Lauds unil Works ut Victoria for a
Lloenss to prMpiet for Coal and Petroleum ou
(he tOUOWlng doner!bed lands, situate on Kurd
Inn Itlvi'i lu South Kast Kootuliuy:
'iiiiiiiicih'Iiik al " post planted near the north-
si cor hit ol John llrown*, licence and ou tbe
eaat '•Itlc of hloelt N'o tASS. thence oorth SU
chuins. thcuoc esst so chains, theuce nouth SO
balna. thenee west SO chain*, tu place of be-
•finiitm.
rti.-.i AniruM 19th, m*.
Mnuil Kvana, Lovaior
John Brown, Aient
NOTICE.
Take Sothc lluit:*) days afterdute 1 Intend
to upply tu the Chief CoiuintnMoner of Landa
and Work* at Victoria for u License to proa*
pact lorCiuil and Petritleum ou the following
dencrlbeil inii.iv'.liuutr ou Fording itiver In
Houih Kasi K.mtenajr;
Commeni Inir ut a pom planted near the
nnrtheast oornor of ¥.. Harvey'a coal and
petroleum licence Ihenee south SU chain*.
thence SMI SO chains, thence north SO ebalna,
thenee west so chulna to place of ht>|-tnnlng.
•oniHltih-v IMO acres more ur leaa.
Uatml AURUat r:th. ISCV
Violet Kvana. Locator
» .lullii Uruwii. Agent
NOTICE.
Noliee la hereby tfiven tlmt 1 Intend thirty
days after date toapply lo the Chief Cotnuita-
doner of Lands ana Worknof thu Province of
Itrllish Columblu for n Licence to pronpoct for
Ooal mid Petroleum on the followltiK duserlbed
lands sltiiute lu Southeast Kootenay:
Comnsuoing m u post piauu>d live mill's
nortb nnd nuout one nnd thrcc-fourtha miles
west uf the nor Hi-east corner uf Lot No. l!W«,
thonee south so chains, them'c Kust so chalni,
thence north HO chains, theuce went SU obalna
to plaoe ol commencement.
Dated August llth. 1906,
.lA John llrown, LiH-ator.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that thirty daya after date!
Intend to apply to the Chief Commlitiloner ot
Landa und Works for a Lleeticu to proapeet lor
('out and Petroleum on the following land, In
South RaatKootenay:
Commencing ut the aouthoaHi corner post
planted on the north line of I). Moore's coat
licence, thence north SU chuins. theuce weat
llJESrbRlni more or less to the eaat line of c
II. llill-i'mhI licence, thenee suuth m clialna
to tbo ItortbWHt corner of !>. Moore's eoal
licence. Uti'ticceiiid 11-V.chulti!. to place of he-
glnttliig.
Dated Augnsl isth.iiaft
James T. Laldlaw, Locator
K John Brown, Agent
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICB that thirty days after date I
I intend tn upply to the Chief (.'omnilnsloner of
l.uiul- uiel Works for ii License to prospect
foi i 'mil unil Petroleum ou the tollowltur landa
in Simlh Kust KuoiuilHy:
Commebclngat a poat planted at the northwest comer bolhg the nortbout corner poHl nf
i» Uoore'a coal licence, ibenes east usflrhalna
thence Huth BO chalni, tic-nee west ll.'Jiiehalua
thence n<ti th 80 chains to plats of beginning
Dated AngUll Ittth. I90B,
Andrew Laldlaw. Locator
H John llrown. Agent
NOTICE.
TAKB Si'TIik that thirty day* after date I
intend toapply to the Chief Commlaaloner ot
Landa ,v Worka tor » speets l license to cut and
carry uwuy timber from the following dSSOrib*
ed lands ln Soutb Bail Kooteaa| described a*
followa; Commencing nt ■ post marked
t'hiirles p. I,mills S.K. corner, at the Inu-rsee-
tion ofLoiflUSS and about SO chains north of
Lot 786 on Iho Kust side of the Kootenay Itiver
In South Kust KiMtlenay.und running 100chalni
North.theme w\ chains west more or loss to eaat
hank nt suiit KooUmay Itiver. thence muth
follow In, -aid UiiiiU lo a point oppoaltn the
point of eoiiimcncement. (uenoeeast So ebalna
more or less to the iwlut of commeneement.
Dated this 'Jnth day of AUguot, 1WR.
Iff. CHABL88 P. LUND. Locator
4. Commenclutr ut a post planted at
tho southwest corner of Y\ .lentmn's
titultcr claim, thonee west 40 chains,
thence north IdU irhains, thetiee eaat 40
chuins, thenoe south 100 chains U> place
of iK'^inniiiy containing 040 aercw more
or leas.
Thos. Main, Locator
P, Jensen. Agent
Dated August 21, 1908 86
-*st HUeliiiiiis. Ihenee south SO chains to the
|l jSttce of beginning.
Dated thla 12th day of August, 190**.
K. H. Small
% Locator
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that I Intend to apply lo tbe
ChlSf Commlsalouer Of Land and World for a
Special Licence to cut and carry awuy timber
ftanm thu followltiK described lauds In South-
-■•*st Kootenay Dlatrlct, HrlilHhCoiumhln.
Oommenclog at a poat planted at K. Small'R
•RMiheast eorner. thence nortli SO chains,
ihenee east SO chains, thcact* south so chains,
"hence wesl eighty nbaina to place of twgln-
vlug.
Iinied Hits I'.'th ilny of August, tint;,.
II. P.Cook
30 Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I Intend to apply to
thu Ohiet Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away tlnilter from the following
described lands In Houtheast Kootenay
district British Columbia:      ,
('ommeneing 20 chains south of the
southwest eorner of A. .\. Kwin's No. 2
timber license, thence west ltlO chains.
thonee north 40 ehaius, thenee eaat Ido
chains, thence south 40 chain* to place
of commeneement.
Dated August Uth, 1005
m .las Ilighwarden
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that slity days after
date I Intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief
CommUstoiier of Lands and Worka for permission to purchase the following described
landa, situated lu Kast Kootenay District:—
Commencing at a post planted nt the nortb
weat corner of Lot i.'isx. Group i. in the said
Kaat Kootenay Dlatrlct: tbenoe east so obalna,
theuce north SO chuins. theuce weat 90 ebalna
more or less to tbe East hank of the Klk Kiver,
thence southeasterly hI.oik tbe mild easterly
bank of the Elk Hiver about 00 chains to tho
place of commencement, there beliiK ISO acres
more or less.
Klk Hiver, H.C, Juneltth, l'.w,.
T. W. HINUAY
*V J. O, Auderiua, Agent
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Land** and
Works for it special license to out and
carry'away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district, British Columbia.
Commenoing at a post planted about
'Hi ehains south of Skooknm t'hueU
Creek, on Cariboo ('reek, on the south
line of PetB Jenson's tlml>er license,
theuce east 40 ehaius, theuce south 80
chains, thence west HO chains, thene
north K0 ehains. thenee east 40 ehains
to place of Is'jrinuinjr.
Daleil August ;ii*d, 100T>
80 .1. Marten, Locator
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
days after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds und
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands sftuute in
Southeast Kootenay,
Commencing at the southeast eorner
of Lot 2047 Group one, tiie nee
north SO chains, theme east 80
chains, theuce south HO chuins, theqc
west 4ft ehains, thenee south 'JO ehaius,
thonee west 20 chains, thence north 20
ehains, thence west(20 chains to place
of beginning, containing 0H0 gores
more or less.
Bfl        John A. McDonald, Locator
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SATURDAY, SEPT. ll), I»i5
LOCAL NEWS.
James Nelson came down from
the St. Mary's country Monday.
L. W. Patmore returned Monday from a business trip to
Spokane.
Al. Mutz. manager of the Fort
Steele Brewing Company at
Pernie was in town Tuesday.
John Hutchison was at Marysville Tuesday on insurance
business.
We are doing a big dress goods
business this season, new goods
at popular prices are what count
Reid 6 Co.
Bert VanDecar and Milt
Williams left on Mondays train
on a visit to Portland and coast
cities.
Joe Taenhauser of Fort Steele
was in town Monday. Joe says
that Fort Steele is all right
"aint it".
High-class enamelled ware including preserving kettles, stew
pans and all other kitchen
utensils at J. D. McBrides.
M. A. Beale, of the firm of
Beale & Elwell, went to Moyie
on Monday in connection with
the firms business.
A little fore thought may save
you no end of trouble. Any one
that subscribes for the Prospector knows this to be a fact.
Roger Bros' silverware, the
best made, also fancy cut glass
ware all very suitable for
wedding presents at W. F. Tate
St Sons.
Local nimrods, armed with
-1' calibre rifles and shot guns
are quite busy these days, in fact
birds in this vicinity are also
quite busy in getting away from
the tons of lead that are being
thrown towards them.
The regjlar monthly convocation of Rocky Mountain
Chapter, R. A. M., was held in
Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening last. Our cowan reporter
reports that several candidates
were exalted to tho Royal Arch
degree.
The following are a few
extracts from some leading daily
papers in reference to the lectures of Dr. John P. D. John ex-
president of DePauw University.
"A masterly effort that held
the audience spell-bound"
"It was more than an entertainment."
His arguments were masterly,
his presentation faultless."
"A more brilliant and eloquent
lecture has never been heard in
this city." Five thousand people
were held spell-bound in Toronto
by Dr. John. He will be here
Tuesday and Wednesday of next
week in the Methodist Church
and if the town knows his worth
there will not be standing room.
Secure your tickets at once.
Nelson Kair.
For this event which takes
place Sept. 201 h, 21st nnd 22nd
the Canadian Pacific Railway
will issue tickets from Calgary,
Macleod, Penticton, Midway,
Rossland, Trout Lake City, and
intermediate points to Nelson
and return on Sept. Hth to the
21st inclusive, good to return
until Sept. 25th, at rate single
fare.
Kootenay Steel Range
saves run
It is not the first cost of a range which main* h cheap
or expensive, but the amount of fuel it afterwards costumes.
If you buy a range a
few dollars cheaper than a
Kootenay, and it burns
from 15 to 25 per cent,
more fuel, what do you
gain ? Nothing ; but you
actually lose money, besides
putting up with all the
inconveniences of an old-
style range.
The Kootenay is equipped with every known device
for reducing the consumption of fuel.
Sold by all enterprising dealers.
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TAKE NOTICE that Ihlrij dan alter eels
I Intend to »pplj to u» chl.l Ceenlsaleeeeel
Lead, sad Work, tor a spwl.1 Uosaso te eat
and e.arr. .way Unbar Ims la. lallowlaf ee-
Krltaid leads Ie Souia<e« Kooteaa.:—
CWaai.an.at at a peat sleeted abeut iweelt
raalu swth ot tt. aortkeau roraeref Lot US
SeatlisaBt Koouaar. ihsasi east «ifhaf
chains, theses aorta etfet. assise, Ihiasi
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SALE OF LANDS FOR UNPAID DELINQUENT TAX Bb IN THE FORT STEELE ASSESS-
,     MENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai on Thursday, the twelfth day of October, A.D., 1006, at tha
Government offices. Cranbrook. B.C.. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell 9% Public
Auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for tha
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 81st day of December, 1904, and for Interest, ooata
and expenses, including the coat of advertising this sale. Landa unsold will be forfeited to tha
Crown.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAME OF PESSON ASSESSED.
Mather, H. P	
Chew. Geo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co.
Chew, Oeo. and Col. and Kty Rly. Co.
Chew. Oeo. and Col. and Kl« Rly. Co.
McGulre,F.C.*H.W.4Col.«tty RyCo.
Manning, D. and B O. Southern Ry Co,
Ross, H. W. and Col. 4 Kty Rly Co..
Robertson, A.I. * Col. at Kty Rly Co..
SBOST DESCRIPTION Or PROPERTY.
Lou 864, «M, 6M and 70IIO. 1 Kty Dial
Pi. of Lot J6*. 0.1., Kty Diet	
Pt. of Lot 357   "      "      " :	
Pt. of Lot SW	
PkofLotSM	
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Pt.ofLot3W   '	
Delinquent
Taxes.
MS 00
38 40
It 80
am
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1000
S40
5 15
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55
145
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September 7th, 1906
C. NELSON, Auenor
fart Steele Aueumtnt Dittrkt, Cranbrook, AC. 1'Hfc yUUbPKOTOiC CUANUROOK,
SEPTEMBER 16
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I Imperial Bank of Canada
j CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   $4,000,000
| CAPITAL (paid np)     •   $3,000,000
c REST ACCOUNT $3.'00.000
I   Head   Office;- Toronto.
T. R. MKRRITT. ProgHenl   0. K WU.KIE. VI ,-1'r, -. and lien. Man.
iGSHTS   IN   GREAT   BRITAIN—Lloyds   Bank    -2 l.omhsni St..
London.
A i;.-iH'ral lvatnkiua, l.tia-intsa.. Tnttauateted.
5     Savings Bank Department.—Interest aii')«ed on deposits.
I  Cranbrook Branch.        j. f. M. PINKHAM. Manager.
C uuiruutAiuiruuiAfUiAa^
®he Itcoepector.
SATURDAY. SKI'T. IB. 1WK
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| LOCAL NEWS. |
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J. A. Harvey returned Friday
from a visit to the coast.
tub Man Who   j™* «
tikes to FishG0,NGTOBE?
.—^     IS THE MAN      Je^r.
—^r^v   WOO    will   aba.     in-      ^»—
J. M.  Agnew
town Thursday.
>f  Klko was in
Due To Arrive About Sept. 27th
This is the famous Kelowna Fruit the beM grown in
British Columbia, we bad to buy a Ml oar to get the
lowest freight rale, so we will be -lad to net your
airders as early a> possible, so thai prompt delivery
rv made when car arrives.
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We have ordered
|A CARLOAD OF*
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♦Pears. Plums. Prunes, Crabs
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$        Green Tomatoes and Citron.    Also a
#  Full Assortment of Fall Apples.
9     ;
$     Please send us your orders and we will trv to ship
9 the fruit out the same dav it is received.
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al caps 11 the old ones are worn.
Our Prices Will Be the Lowest for Good Fruit.
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BUY
Western Oil ~&
Coal Stock
8000 barrel a day well Sowing
,i,i adjoining property.
»%   ALSO   9*z
International
coal and coke
Beale & Elwell
Baker. St.
Cranbrook. B.C.
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CRANBROOKS GREATEST STORE
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HILL & CO.'?
New Underwear a: l.eid * Co's.
F.  Wilson   of   Moyie   was at
I Cranbrook Monday on business.
.1. A. Harvey, was al the coast
this week on legal business.
Editor Smith of the Moyie
Leader was in town Monday.
H. M. Taylor of Toronto, was
in iowu Tuesday.
.1. A. Macdonald. Lethbridge.
was in the city Tuesday.
H W Holling. Victoria, was
a guest at ihe Cranbrook Thurs
day.
25c only new shirts: regular
price *1 to (1.50 to close at
Keid St Cos.
Mr. and Mrs. (. A. Campbell
of Victoria, were registered at
the Cranbrook on Wednesday.
Frank Caldwell. Indianapolis,
Ind.. was a guest at the ("ran
brook Monday.
For neat, natty, up to date
j jewelry see our stock. Wm. F.
Tale & Son. .lewelers.
Sam Jackson, representing
Moore ft Mowatt of Broekville.
i Inl .    was   doing   business   at
Cranbrook this week.
	
B S Baker. High Kiver. Albt..
W.  F.   Duke of  Montreal,  and
IC.   Nood.   of    Winnipeg,   were
registered    at    the    Cranbrook
Monday.
. The eyes are subject to chanjre
They should be optically examined at least once in two
vears whether slas>es are worn
or not. We do not charge for
examination. Win F. Tate ft
Son. Graduate Opticians.
Al Miitz manasrer of the  Fort
Steele    Brewing   Company,   at
Fernie. Mrs. Mutz and Mesdames
Siedensbfhl of New York passed
! through   Cranbrook Friday  on
• their way to Wasa. where they
I will spend a few days in visiting
I places of interest.
ATTRITION! Everybody that
wants furniture re|>aired or up
i holstering (lone,  or new work.
, would do well to come and see
me    New samples on hand.  My
[charges are moderate. A.
(iiir.MEu. Armstrong Ave.
• The special car with the official
reporters and newspaper men
connected with the tariff commission passed through town on
Wednesday morning Among
them was R. C. Dunbar, one of
the reporters on the Hansard at
Ottawa, who is a cousin of C. H.
Dunbar of Cranbrook.
A rare treat is in store for all
j those who will be fortunate
enough to hear Dr. .lohn P. D.
I John deliver his lecture in this
j place on Tuesday and Wednesday
| evenings of next week. No
lecturer on the American platform has attracted wider attention than Dr John Those who
have heard his address on "The
worth of a man" describe it as
"tnas'lerly, eloquent and inspiring". We are glad lo stale that
Dr. John will be with us next
week and lecture in the Metho
(list church.
Than let as pleaw? have the bnnor (»'i
"•taking your bridal  porti-aii..      We1
would not urge ihe matter, only we
teresteal iulwkinitnverour.hoar-inrnfiliav.-had sm-h maiked suww in the
lwt.-t wtih ajdotoros ol brides, ajrooms,
weddir.j: parties, I'rvjaentia. etc.. and arc
pna.tj.V6 that are can thoroughly pleas,-
i.   Surely the high quality of work
, , -_ will give vou. and the modest price
dltieretU sizes and   the   latest I we wi|| quou:vou wni leave no doubt
styles, strong Lines of various in >«ur mind that the place to go lor
brida portraits i". ,
Pishing Tackle
\\V have Rods and Reels of 5^
weights, all kinds of Flies
and Hooks etc. All at the
right prices.
P.S.—Let us serve you by mtil
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Stock Quotations.
Furnished   hy    Hnlf   a   KltfHI. Hrokera.
(ranbrook. K.i
Mammi WireloM -Canadian) • IW
Marcom Wirele» i Amerlcant MB
,I»efore*.t Wireie** Telegraphy *^5
North Star  *
Sullivan  '
St Kuft-ne-   ....                       . to
Rambler Cariboo  SI
Wt-Mern Oil and Coal       is
lnt.-rnnt.onil Coal A Cuke il
Om Silver-lrad Mtn iSnu-li. Co l
— a&iM.  -
Ioienwiional Coal * Coke190&   W.-
and i'..:.; Kfti
Prest Photo co.
linker St.
Studio.
Cranbrook. B C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COKlMERCE
p.id-up c.pii.i ».70odoo •■m™ Fa* »mm
HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO
airv   i  \IRI>, A«.st. lien I Manager
B. E. WALKER. General Mincer AlfcV uunv, -•
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING R»TU:
$5 and under  * —*»
Over $5 and not exceedinf $10  • cen*»
-   $10 « *»  10ceri,»
»   $X      " » $50  15 centa
„ . n...kia. >t Par >t m< office in Canada of a Chartered
1Xn^T?"nPeEc?pu!de,tndPaMhe £„cipa, £** petals In the Un.Ud
StatCS. alsSaTIUSU »T » "•«■> sits «'
THB CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. LONDON, ENG.
They lor.-^ «"«»««'"e«hod »' TmmK"" •Un" °' """"'
At   the   Opera   House
TO NIGHT
The Eminent Actor
Harold  Nelson
Supported by Clifford Lane
Bruce, and an excellent company
in
Prince ouo
Ottis Skinner s preat play
DRAYING
We have been in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction
flM, that Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason & Risch.
Pianos, we can do the work with
on I out risk.     Also Household Fur-j
nature.
PERRY « FITZ6ERAL0
Proprietors of th*'
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co |
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ALL JEWELRY
Thai «'• sell ''sirie- with it oar
|H>i ml ;:;iun»ntee.     There   la
n-vi-r    SO)     Q0K8TIOS     OP
jl'Al.lTY wiili s;i«a<l« from our
-lair,
you an
■Imi.Iv's
lliiiil;iiiL*    ill
If
SOllie      ^^^^^^^^
Binhdaij or Mleddina
flnniversarij',
Drop   in  and   liwik
our slock.
Office opposite
C.P.ll. ttepc't.
Phone 58.
A  aumpti'iua pr
taatdnating romaffi
eade.  imtlt-r   the
Walker.
ahU'li'atl ,af the mOSt
plav ,af the l«la.| ,lt-
alinvtion   a,f   ('.    I'.
Auction Sale
The following valuable stock
will be sold at public auction on
Thursday next 21st September.
lSHC. at il p.m. on the lot at the|
rear of Mr F. R. Morris' resi
dence:
3 Jersey Cows
1 Half Breed Jersey
1 Jersey Bull (Registered)
These animals   are   all   well
broken   and   perfectly    gentle.
Owner   leaving    district,    sole'
reason for disposal.
We Shall Also Offer for Sale
1 well bred Bay Mare, 5 years
old. good driver.
1   Brown  Pony,  quiet lo ride
and drive.
1 Bay Saddle Mare.
3 good Milk Cows and Calves
Arnold & Roberts
AUCTIONEERS
Cranbrook. B.C
wm. F. Tate & son
Jewelers
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Opticians!
£ Official v.ii''!' [napectoi* Crow's Heal "ass Division C.P.R |.
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IGranbrook
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GEARY a DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnish
ed for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE. Manager
♦ HEATING #
A The sun is doing the work ol healing now, but the
A summer will puss rapidly and you must have heat in
A some other form to keep yon comfortable next winter.
A Now is iiu1 lime to put in a heating system, no that
f*t with the flrsl brisk snap of cold weather you can start
er up for good We know nmny makes: we have
studied heating for years, and the best is "(U'KNKY
either for Hot Air. Steam or Hoi Water. We put ii|
cooking ranges with which   you  can   heal   up  several
rooms.
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with you.
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'I   ? CRANBROOK, B.C. J
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TAYLORED  CLOTHING
Up to Date
Goods in Gents Furnishings
Dry Goods Millinery
Carpets      Curtains
Etc.
We Invito Your Inspection for Seeing is Believing
Special Bargains
in Rain Coats
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# eranltronk. IU'.   Arni-traany Ave a
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES FCRNISHKD OX ALL WOKK
JOllllIX'l PROMPTLY EXBCDTBD.
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
I.IMK AND SHIXGI.RS TOR SALE
Telephone 82.
Btork QuoUtiont
Kurni-h'-'l'■> Ji'hn  Hnt*-hl«.n  h
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iT-^.k BC
Ttu- folln* ing ftR rurrcnt priff*» at
»hi. h Uh
-li>fk- tinnieil can In- furnishfl
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SAI.KS:   -iMM»rp«ni.
MINKRAL ACT
, »"KM r.)
lEKTin-'ATE <>F m**K<'VKMK!lT*
tMPLOYMENTi
AGENCY
Il will pay those who are
looking for work to call and
s.-e
Jim  McArthur j
He can secure you a job and j
also lit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Ji McflrMr
Hanson, Ave.   Cranbrook. BC
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
Half Price
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WE HAVE SOME ODD LINES IN
Fancy Cups and Saucers. Spoon
Holders,   (ilass Water Sets
Glass  Table  .Sets.
The Regular I'rice of which
run from 50 cents to 15.00.
To Clear Out Will Sell At
1
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
$27.00
Vancouver,    Victoria
Seattle
PortlanflvReturn
30 Day Limit
(!boloe nf PiHito. all rail via Suma*. or
M1NKK.U.   ACT
i¥"HM F-i
CBRTirii ATR Of IKPIloVlKftl.
nonet notice.
upper Cliff and   North Slur Mineral   Bnu-t?. VtetOtil and Standard Kraction
t lainu. Mineral Claim-.
SltiuiPln the Fort SU*i* Minliif DlvlMon '    Situate In the Fort Siwle MininR DitUIoii ot
| Bast Koownay DimM.
HALF   PRICE
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES nnd CROCKERY.
Cranbrook, B. C.
GranDrooK's Greatest store
of Km.! Kootenay Histrict. ^B _
Where loc»t<d on tiie -*\*t »t.le of north Where locaiM: On ihe we%t fork of ihe St
fork of the St. M«ry* River nhrmt 13 mile* i M*ry'n Kiver ami «1)olDinf the Great Dane
fr«m the briilfe. <;roup.
Take notice that 1, John 0. ''uuiminct.. F.M. ■ Take noti.-e thai I.Johnr; Cummlag* Free
C. No u !*»;■*.. m-iin*! »- »ieni for Joseph • Miner'*. Certificate No mr.Tfi" arting
H. Wriithl ¥t*h> Miner* Cortlfl U «<eni for Joseph H. Wrl»ht F.M.C No.
mie No ilTSM. and C, I*- Coon. Frea Minert H-*xV, r.u<J C I* C«.i, F.M.C So h:*.m a»<t
Certlf-cMe So. II 3M. intend, niity day*, from   J«»-   C. Hooker. F.M.C   No.   H ntuv..   intend   ^ ,
1hedatehere<>f.tosppl-;totheMinlii«Kevorder   nixty day* from the dale hereof toapply tothe   UA-lljI
for I ('ertltteateot Improvemenu, (orlhe pur*   Mlnlna Recorder for a Cer.fflcate of Improve- i     por   jun   narticulars    lir*tt   cla* ^
^M.of..b*«l..ln*-Cmwi.f.™mof the above   menu for ihr purpo^ ol obtainin,* ■ Cro*n   tour,Ht   |( f  wgej^tJoo-   appfv to[M
elaim.. Grant of th-y.bore claim. ]ow|| Agt,nXt^r wHt^ ■** rg
And further take notice that action, under      And further take notire that nciion. under '™
section *'• diuhi be commenced before the 1mu> ' tection IT, tnuot '•** <ommenced Wtore the taau-
auce of such Certificate ot Improvemenu ance of meh rcnifieit* of Improvemetiit.
Da»d tbl* ?7lh day of Auftuat. A.D. lie*. Dated thi* Plli day of Atifnat A n. l*r. ] J* »•^*A"ir'u* -*- J. UUTW5, *
r JOHN o. CUMMOTtf-J   i D.P.A.. Ntl«»n.   A.G.P.A.. Vaucouvar , !■#**.#•»fcfr*g-»iyi-^l-»g-%.j
S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
Vancouver   to   Seattle   via
Victoria
Dominion Exhibition
NEW WESTMINSTER
S21.1S
Tickets on  sale Sept.   '24   to I®
Oct. 8 pood to return till Oct. 11.
Through Sleeping
Car i,
Arrowhead to Vancouver    j I
from Sept. 28 to Oct. '26\f$
Reid & Co.
Are Equipped for the Fall Business in
Fit Reform Clothing
The Celebrated
Garse Mackinaw Clothing
-AXD-
Slater Boots and Shoes
S. HILLIBR, Agent, Cnnbrook
J. S. CARTEK. E. .1. f'OYI.K.
JOHN 0. Cl'JIMINUS
ALL   OF
THE
WHICH   ARE
BEST  IN  CANADA
REID & CO.
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