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MAY 29 1906     <s|
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V'o7. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, MAY 2U, L900.
No. 21.
LACROSSE SEASON OPENED
Frank vs. Cranbrook   A Hot Con
tout Won By the Home Team
In tliu Last Half.
TIlO l.aei'osse soiison opened
lhis week under very fitvnral.lo
circumstances. Tlio showers of
tlio previous days made the roe
I'i'iiliiiii grounds all ihal oould l.o
desired and the weather was por
foot. The contesting teams wore
Prank and Cranbrook, When
the two loams lined up I hero
was imii'li speculation as to
Which had Iho odds. Tho hall
being placed and whist lo 1.1..wn
tlio crowd soon became enihusi
astiu. Some quick pusses were
uiiiile and nil soon recognized
that neither side would load
very fur. Tho tlrst quarter
passed off very quietly except
for a few mix-up between the
players, uo goals were scored.
Tho second half followed and
ended in like manner, After
half time the enthusiasm
greatly increased. Tlio home
team liopt Iho ball well in hand
and had lhe best of Hie game
hut the Frank boys took advantage of an oponing and Lang secured the bull al lhe proper
moment and scored. Now
Cranbrook thought it looked
blue and sottlod down to work
bal lo no avail and the third
quarter elided 1 to 1) iu favor of
Frank.
When Iho fourth quarter
opened there was a rush but up
to five minutes of closing there
wasnoscore. Then after a few
quick passes the ball was
dropped in front of Frank goul
and a scrimmage took place
winch resulted in a goal for
Oiaubrook, Now the crowd
was wild with excitement and
Field Captain McSweyn called
the boys to do tho trick again
and they did. DeBeck secured
tho ball near centre and with a
Iiiiiii rush passed through six
men ou the defence and landed
home safely. The crowd could
not stand but rushed to the Held
and picked him up and carried
him to center, There wore yet
four minutes but nothing was
done and thus the guttie ended
2-1 in favor of the In.1110 team.
Cranbrook has a strong team
but needs a little practice, and
tiie game on Thursday loft such
an impression as to insure good
attendance at the games this
year. The boys now believe the
Cup is coming home.
P. E. McMillan was referee,
,1. Ihiss was umpire lor Frank
and VV. Lang for Cranbrook.
Time.-keepers wore F. Harnett,
Frank'and Ross Ttilo for the
Inline team.
The line up was as follows:
FRANK OIUNIIKOOK
II. I.niilliiw      ..liiml . ,W. Mutthews
II. lliiii'i.lilii.'.   I'"lui
II. I'UI'SUIIB.      ,C,  I'liilll
II. Lennox   .lai Dnuini
W, llncUmin ami
I'. Mnllii.il.   Ilni
Kill mil      '' ru
ll.ini.'
It. Iliitiliqi
.1. M.'Miill.'ii
.'. KunnllHil,
V. IIi'IhIi.ii
II. McLean
\V. Matlioami
 I. Hatlle
. ,.,!, StU|ll.'a
s. \Vllll..i.»4iin
.1. Ilny
II. .laniloHon
,.,,W, .Mill.
W. lii'lli'ik
I!. Olot-I.i. i-
P, I'aitun
work was soon commenced.
During the tlrst half lhe home
loam had decidedly the host nl
Iho game, Iho score being 11 lo 0
in their favor. The second half
was closer and soon Ibe Marys
ville hoys found lhe posts and
scored. 'Phis save.llliositiialii.il
from a shut mil. line more goal
was scored by tho homo loam,
and thus it ended I lo I The
game was Interesting ami con
sldoring the  rain  was  a   g I
exhibition,
A smoking concert followed in
Iho Woutworth Hall presided
over by Dr. Ilishop. A good
I lino was spent and the host of
good reelings prevailed,
EMPIRE DAY AT MARYSVILLE
llllUllli
A. V. I.l.lik'      ..llwlllu
Tabor will play Cranbrook on
.) nil..- I
Lethbridge will play Cranhrook on June 17, both games
played in Cranbrook.
Marysville vs Cranbrook.
Marysville ami Cranbrook
have been playing a number ol
friendly 'football games this
season and to say they are Interesting Is to speak mildly as can
be seen by lb" attitude of the
Marysville boys on Monday of
this week when a strong aggre
gallon drove down Ihrough a
pelting ruin to try conclusions
in this city. Hut they promised
lo come und they ciiinu. Being
bore, Ibe home team, were
ready and amidsl a downfall,
that would, and did, 1'l'lgllten
niany, llie game was played. The
game was called for 7 p. m., and
With A. M. Black  ab referee the
Some Three Hundred Pleasure
Seekers Leave Cranbrook To
Enjoy Sports At Smelter City.
Umpire Day wns Celebrated in
lhe Smelter City. Shortly alter
the lacrosse game al Cranbrook,
on Thursday, in the neighborhood of Iim) pleasure seekers
boarded the special train and
accompanied ihe football team to
Marysville. As Ibe train wus
late in starting from Cranbrook
the excursionists only enjoyed a
part of llie programme. In the
horse race Cray Eagle was the
winner in tlio pony event Weary
Willie was first.
The football match was not
culled until after dinner, and it
was certainly not a dry game 111
any particular, for the rain fell
continuously, and as a result the
football exhibition was not of the
besl, bul all that could be looked
for in such weather. The loams
wore evenly matched and both
sides played a stubborn game.
Marysville scored tho tiist goal in
Hie second half, and in aboul five
minutes play Cranbrook scored
off a free kick, but the goal was
uot allowed by lhe referee.
Cranbrook scored the goal off a
penalty kick, thus tieing the
score and the game ending in a
draw.
lu the evening there were
dliuces al the Falls View, and
Royal Hotels, and (here were a
merry crowd in each hotel, until
tbe whistle of the locomotive
announced the departure of the
train for Cranbrook.
It is needless for us to say
thut, despite tbe rain, Hie celebration was enjoyed by all.
LOCAL NEWS.
E. J. Oault of Edmonton was
a Crunbrook visitor on Friday.
(1. Bruohet of Fernie was in
town Thursday.
A. H. (li'uppe of Toronto was
transacting business at Cranbrook Friday.
A. II. Eager, locomotive fore
man at lhe shops, has been pro
moled io general roroinnn nt
Calgary,
Messrs. V) II. Sinnll, Al. Doyle,
II. Bowness and I1'. IS, Simpson
are due to arrive from Cranbrook
within the next day or two.
They are all proininonl business
inen of the cily coining to spy
oul Ihis groat country. Thoy
are welcome one and all, aud
will go homo well satisfied wilh
all wo have to show ihoiu—Wil-
mor Outcrop.
Dr. E. VV, Connolly and Mr.
W. T. Reid returned from attending the Methodist Conference
011 Saturday last. They reporl
a busy lime. A few changes
were made in thisdislricl station
list, Rev, John Robson, B.A., of
Fernie goes to Nunuiino. ami Kev
W. It. Ball ti. A. B. D. comes lo
Fernie. I). M. I'orley goes In
college in Montreal and is succeeded by Thomas Lowerhultsof
England. Rev. .1. P. Westman
has beon appointed chairman of
the Kast Kooienay District for
the ensuing year.
At a special meeting of Koolo
nay Presbytery at Fernie mi
Tuesday to consider Iho cull of
Rev. H. R. (Irani of Rossland,
the cull wus sustained, and
arrangements made for tha
induction of Mr. (Irani ou Fri
day June 8th, at 8 p.m.
\V    iHiliaii.l. Fernie   was   in
lown Thursday,
I len. Laurie of Creslon spent
Empire Day ni Cranbrook,
Don't forget that your mining
licence expires May 30,
A. Wliotuloy of Toronto, was
iu ilie city Thursday,
.1. Dossal! spent Empire Day al
Gateway.
II I'lilfiis. nf Cniiltield was   In
the Ciiv Friday.
1 ion. King of Patterson, N, .1 .
wns 11 guesl ai ihe 1 iranbrook
Thursday,
E. So.lwi.'k, ami ,1. McKay nf
Fori Steele wore Cranbrook
visitor an Empire Day.
T Martin, Elko, and J. T\ Doble
of Vancouver were registered al
lhe Cranbrook Thursday.
Hereafter the City Council will
meet every second week, instead
nf holding weekly meetings.
Frank Williams who has been
mining iu the St, Mary's country
lefl nn Thursday Inr Nolson.
Rev. W. (1. W. Fortune was at
Fernie Tuesday ul loud ing a meeting of the Fernie Presbytery.
J. II. Fraser, Blairmore, Albt.
was a Cranbrook visitor Thursday,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson,
and Mrs. Prest returned Wednesday from a visit to ilie coast.
Dave Griffith of Wild Horse
Creek was in (.'ranbrook Thursday,
E. Wing, and I). McLeod of
Feruie wore taking iu the sports
at Cranbrook on Empire Day.
J. P. Larson of Wild Horse
Creek was iu Cranhrook Thursday on mining business.
B. Clendening, S. L. Rings,
and \V. Readier of Spokane were
guests at the Cranbrook Thursday.
If your eyes ache when reading, or you are troubled with
frequent headaches, let us examine vour eyes. Consultation
free -Win, ' P. Tale & Son,
Graduate Opticians,
Frank Parks was at the coast
Ibis week on a pleasure trip. Ho
will be away for about two weeks
and will see "Frisco" before he
returns home.
VV. D. Calvin, Minneapolis,
P. VV. Gordon of Nelson and J.
.1. Mackay of Vancouver were
registered al the Cranbrook
Tuesday.
E. J. Cnyloof Vancouvor.Ceu-
oral Passenger Agent, and .1. S.
Carter. District Passenger Agent
C. P. R., wore guests at lhe
Cranbrook Saturday last.
Rev. .1. P. Westman returned
from Conforonce in Victoria on
Wednesday of this week and will
lake charge of the regular services in lhe Methodisl Church
nexl Sunday.    All are invited.
Wm. Craig who has been on-
gaged in bricking in boilers and
machinery for lumhcruoiiipuuies
iu the vicinity of Elko returned
to Crunbrook Saturday lasl,
Special Meeting.
Cresonl Lodge. No 33 Knights
of PythllVS will hold a special
mooting for the purpose of nominating ollicers on Tuesday May
21Mb, in Fraternity Hull All sir
Knights are requested lo bo
present.
Protest Against Kidnapping.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Muy L'ii. A
mass mooting will Iin hold al Iho
Labor Lyceum this evening lo
protest against llie rnconl ullogcd
kidnapping of Presided Moyer,
Soi'i'elnry llaywooil and Executive Committe mini Poltlbolio, nf
lhe Western Federal ion of Minors
from Colorado by lhe Idnhn authorities. Addresses will lie delivered by Henry If. Kenrns,
John T. Vanghan, nnd A. Loll
ami resolutions will bo adopted
In lie seal   to   Prosidelll   Rouse-
volt.   Governor   McDonuld   of
Colorado, nml Governor Good
inn1 nf  Idaho, protesting against
tho methods resorted lo by  the
Mine Owners Association,
REPORT OF MINISTER OF MINES
SOUTHEAST KOOTENAY THE LARGEST
SILVEU-LEAD PRODUCING DISTRICT
LN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
REPORT OF J    F,  ARMSTRONG, GOLD COMMISSIONER,
Sir.— I have the honour to submit a report on the progress
nf milling in the Fort Steele Mining Division for the your 11)05.
The following table shows approximately the number of mineral claims held during ouch year since 1899:—
MEETING OF COUNCIL
ll.'l.l under
Crown  .iiiiiiior C.'1'tllli'i.ii'    New
IVl'Iilirilli;   of   uf Willi..   I.iii'iiliiiiu
'   Imjinivt'itit'lit.
IHtlll
IIIOII.
HUH .
mu:'..
1'..1 in.
1111 i-l.
1805,
37
71*
7'-'It
71
7H-1
470
inl
1142
455
117
451
*..-.-,
111.'
835
L'l 10
1117
2U0
Kill
188
188
ISI
Hi,'in   surveyed,   obtained   coul
leases of lhe same ground.
uf ihe coal  nml   petroleum Matters of importance to the City
licencos  issued  over  land    iu Considered   Appointment of
Block 4.588, 23.hnvobeen renew pjre phief
ed through  my  ofHce,   proof ol
prospecting  having   i tiled. Tho regular weekly meeting ol
Nineteen   nl   these claims have tho city council was held In the
liei'ii    survoyed.   Tin'   surveys council chamber on  Wednesday
show many cases of overlapping evening.   There   were   present
During   llu'   year tlioro  wus his Worship Mayor Rogers ami
published in the British  Colum Aldermen Fink,, linker, Murphy
bla Gazette notices  of npplicn    I Jackson.
lion for 218 coal  mul  petroleum Minutes nl lasl regular meet
licences over ground in  South hie. wore adopted as read
east Kootonay,  nml 'ii  uppliou The resignation of  Fire Chief
lions   have   1 n   iiie,I   in   my IIradloy was accepted.
fllce. Alderman   Jackson   reported
SILVER
Aboul 7" nf Hi., silver pro
duccd in llio Provincetvus found
associated witli lead, in nrgoiiiif
emus galena, the i'e
ing chiefly in conjunction with
copper ores.
Tlio   Inlal   silver   production
was 3,871,-117 ounces,   pitied  ui
r mmuiiicutiou ol S McDonuld, nml recommended thai ihe
inn' lie iml returned, nml gave
notice iimi' lie would mu bring
in 11 hy law in amend  ih" Pound
ler he land     Hi.
Tax    by-law    until
matters Innl boon settled
ii wns moved thai alderman
Jackson's reporl lie accepted,
mi'l  iimi  the,'city clerk  notify
The assessment work done on mineral claims shows a conlin-
mil decrease, but for the tlrst time in eight years the number of
new locations is larger than in the previous your,
The shipping mines have been tbe St. Eugene Group, the
Sullivan Croup and the North Slur Group. The St. Eugene mine
was shipping during the whole year, with the exception of a
couple of months, during which it was closed on account of damage done to the machinery by a tire. The Sullivan Croup has
been shipping for six months uud is smelting its product at Marys
ville, where the company has erected 11 smelter which is expected
soon lo be iu a position to treat the ore of other mines iu the St.
Mary's District. The North Star ceased shipping early in the
year, but development has been continued ou a neighbouring
laiin, llie Stemwinder, where good ore lias been struck at a
depth of a thousand feet or more below the level of the North
Star workings, with the best of indications.
The Aurora Group, on the west side of Moyie lake, has been
leveloping, and a lead lias been struck, which is considered to be
a continuation of tbe St. Eugene lead ou the east side of the lake.
It is expected that some shipping will be done during 190(1,
A  syndicate lias secured  rights  to prospect under Moyie
lake, between Ihe St. Eugene and Aurora Groups, with the objectItion of that made in 1900,   is tboiappniulcd,   if  required    in   act
of locating the lead on which these two groups are working. They greatest ever made by the Prov-  without pay
propose commencing work early in 1906, ince. rJ*luii .1    I'.   Fink he asked to
, 1   ,      ,       , , , ,,,, •        It is noticeable thai almost our nel us Fire Chii.r will 1 n> u
Some development  work  has been done on claims on White     .. , ,    , • r       \ ...mow pay as
1 entire output nl lead is now f rom sutlfesled bv the  Fin- Brigade
Fish and Alki creeks.    Ore from these localities could  he  Irans- ..,,, li.....  <.....!,.   dl«i.,i..i    ,vi,;i.!    ml
me rou nieeie  nisuni.   wnue      ri.m  iho city   clork   write to
ported to the smelter at Marysville, at rates which would not  be; the production of the Sloean is  secretary of  Fire  Brigade  thai
prohibitive, only about half wliat il  was then   |>   r<*inU was  appointed   as
The situation at the end of the year shows a large increase in | Prevlolls >''»''■ ;u Iliml  »* Chii I' ol Brigade.
„ , , , ,   ,    .      ..   ,; the amount produoo.l in 1901, i, ...,,„ ,,„,.,„, „i,„i  ,),„.   ,.,,,
shipment*..    Devebpment work ou a large sea e would be just   ed     ,„,     ,. ,,    -       , nwasiiaon ii.io.i inai  uie
1 ' . . „ , ,. , Hie lollowmg shows lhe per-U.ssisn ''ire   Chief   receive
on many properties, even with the present means ol transport!!- cantUgu of llu- total output ob-Un.50 por call, instead of*1.2£
linn. Capital is wanted everywhere, and better means ot trauspor- tallied in the various district
tulion are necessary iu some sections. I    FortSteulu Mining Division HO. 1
PLACER MINING.
Ou  Wild  Horse creek,  Ihe  usual output lias been made liy
Chinamen.   One white company is Installing a plum  on a lease
and work is being continued during the winter, with the expecta-
$1,871,818,   ihe   largesi    output  Mi",   M.'Hi.ini'l'.l  nf the action of
the Province has made since 1801  council.
despite lhe fad nf a decrease in |  ' ll was mined ihni the account
the Sloean of IHI. 1 ounces,        oflheGullu Perclin Rubber Co.
The increase is due primarily for 1,500 feel nf (ire hose,
in the extensive working this amounting to §1,130 bo paid, and
year nf lhe galenas, iovj-gi'nde Hint vouchers be issued fur the
in silver, of Ihe Fort Steole dis   sat::.!.
triet. which shows nn increased1' ''Ti'mi the city clork bo lustruc-
production "I nearly 550,000 i.xl in give notice for lhe re-
ounces; and secondly, .to 1 li|:,in., ijjovul .(! verandahs and signs in
creased tonnage nl the largo compliance with Hie by-law.
copper mines in lhe Houndury _ Thul ci.ly clerk notify Water
uiul tlm working nl' "certain Worits' Co., lb koop all water
smaller but higher grade prop- pipes below ihe level of side-
erties In that district,   resulting  walks
iu un Increased silver production Alderman Fink gave notice
In the Boundary of about 385,000 lhat al the nexl meeting of the
ounces. inf iln- council   In-  would Intro-
LEAD jilili-i, ;, by |uW In l.lll.'llil   111.' l'l'..
  endure by law.
There has been produced inl The cily clork was instructed
the Province in 1005 sojne I to ivr.Lta.la.lho Premier, Hon R
5ti,5"<i).7ii:i lbs., of lend, valued McHrido ,-e llie plans of lhe city
at 82,898,022, uu increase mer antj provincial buildings,
the preceding year of 18,984,458 [| was moved thai Un' salary
lbs., oraboul "it . This year's 0f Fire Chief of the city be with-
lead production, with the excep |drttwii, mul thai the Ure chief bo
fort Strata Minin
SllH'llll
Ahmwui'tli
Oilier
In
DEVELOPMENT OF YEAR
Council udjouriied ui '•' I" p.m.
Jako Fink in Chief of Fire Brigade
'I'li,, Fire Brigade held a meeting on Tuesday evoning for the
purpose "f accepting the rosig
nation nf (Illicit Bradley and to
nminor,  with a large  plant, lhe lensos covering two and a half     '     ,
,   ,     ,        ,    , ,,   .   .       , , „„     • more lllilll doubled Ihe output  of
miles of the creek-bed and the adjoining benches.   The output, has L. ■        ,        , .,
tion of being ready for sluicing as soon as lhe  frost  leaves the:  '   I elect a now chief to (111 his place.
ground, In   iho   Fori   Sloelo   Mining     ''    ''   l^'ik wns unanimously
(hi Perry croek, ono hydraulic company has been working all D|V'S10» 01  Lusi  Kootenay the • ' '
.   *    J "      ic      ,..    ,      .1,    las ussisiam cliioi.     1 he depart-
■nt is up in iliite in  eflloency,
il iim equipment has  recently
boon satisfactory,    Tlio company operating on Ibe sumo creel;  fact thai  sevoral  months  were|1)Bcn  reinforced by the addition
with u sieiiiu shovel has not dono any work during the year,   A  lost at its mosl iniportaul open- " lu""''v' hose reels.
mining lease below the hydraulic company is being worked by Ing, through tho bond works bo        Will Operate Placer Mine.
sinking and drifting holow tho bed of the creok; lhe work is being ing completely destroyed by fire ~~ „,,,    ,   .  .
The    Ill'Oliel'lv     is    11     I'll'"!'    ll.W1      '"'""    '        l.n.seu  Willi    IOI   llll!
carried 011 on a small scalo, hut with remunerative results. , '    l     ,,      '    ,
grade proposition,   glllnnn,   Inw
Tho oompany operating on Bull rlvor has not done any work in silver,  in a si Iclous ;_•:.11 tru.•.
during the past summer. .This year's oulpul  wns nearly
iii.i   mivivi: 1511.111111 Inns nl  mi',  producing,
C0AL M,NINa uboul  ','nn. uncos ol   sn,,.,   stated that,"he hml  commenced
Tho Provincial Mlnoraloglst will probably roport on the work .,m] .ju-i(jo (iim iDK    ,,| i,,au   ,|,,. plneoi   11 week,   and
dono by lhe Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company,     I eiinnot do sn. us largesi   lend  production  ol uny thai llioro was 1111 ample supply
pnsi winter has been engaged in
installing u hydraulic plain mi
\\ i| 1 Horsu 1 'I'ei'k wus in 1 'ran
1 :    Thursday     Mr,    Larson
no returns lire liinde Ihrough my oftieu,
The Imperial Coal Company holds 88 coal licences 011 Fording
river. During Iho year (rails have boon built, surveys made ami
prospucting has linen carried on. Several valuable seams of coal
luue heen uncovered,
A syndicate which has boon holding 15 coal licences on Mill
river, nortli of nnd adjoining Block 4,588, having discovered coul
thereon, has applied for ooal leases over II of Iho claims. During
lhis year I hey have bad Iheir claims surveyed.
The  Kll,  River Coal  ami Oll Company has renewed 22 coal
licences, having prospected these, huill trails and  surveyed   ■
luiii of il Iiiiins.   Thoy have applied for oi additional llconcus,
The Western Coal ami Oil Company, which held petroleum
claims on lhe west side of Elk river, near Morrissey and Fertile,
liasnllowodlhointolap.se, The lauds have since been staked in
oilier niiines,
A syndicate holding Id coal licences nl the northern end of
Block 1,583 bus successfully  prospected Its claims ami  having
properly
iv   in   British    Columbia
nf water,   ihni   iln' gravel   bar
,   ,     . ...       ,. ,, hud boon thoroughly prospected,
ami aboul 'I lhe lolill   pm ,       .
,,,,,. Ihal      iiiesi'iii     iiiiliculiiiiis     all
iiu,-1 1 llie Province
,,,,     ..    .,    .., gave  iln'  appearance   that   lhe
lhe  Nt.itI.   Star,   whieh has
,. r ,..„  seasons     .iperutums   would    he
I n Inr many vein's ono ol iho,
largesi uud sleiiilicst prodiicersof I
silver-loud oro has 1 11  worked
mil  nml  pruclically aliuiid I.
as developinelil mi un  extensive j
sc railed  In disci.is,,   furlber
ore  bodies,  uud Hie small ship
munis uiiiile this your un- only !
the resells nl' the eleuniiif, 1 nl |
the nlil workings
1 ,,iiiiiiii,-, in, i'i
llinnncially 11 success."
Empire  Day  at Oranbrook.
Thursday wus Umpire Day,
which was formerly obsorved as
i,in  Victoria's birthday,  mid
iliriiiiglioui 1 Iron I Hi ilaiuaiid lhe
British CI s  1  ih,!„■ mii, 11
rii's lhe dm  wus observed in the
customary milliner
'I'li.' celebration in 1 Iranbrook
was us usual, Hues Hying ..do.
During lhe forenoon u lacrosse
■j  1 Iranbrook vs Frank  was
Excavaliug of lhe basement "I
llu' new building Im- iln Fink
Mercantile 1 loin puny commenced
ibis week Contractor Worden
has six  teams al  work and ex   lh" "Hrnclion, and in the after'
poets to have llie work completed   u  largo number nf ('run
in three weeks. |brookitos visited Marysville, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B C,  MAY 20. 1906
L   CLAIM'
worth Hole
A ,:,,i-mns ©ije itawKtov. vz:z:]:,:;^v;
i,iimii hy it score of I io I.
=EMPLOYMENT
A.GENCY
KSTAHUSHBl.   188.
A. B. Grace, "   "
Dining   rooms   in   Craubrooli ,. m     v t|loso u!
l'l  HI.ISIIKK     AM.     KOTOK. ,„     , ,   ,|     |„„   ,1„, , ,'    '„    ...    , II ,
run   now   oe   screeiiod,  uui uie      looking  ror work in cull nnd
= man nl  ihe bar  musi   face ihe1
Baker Street.      Cranbrook, B.C.
*%ije tytozpertov.
music.
.ATUKDAY, M VY 211, IWW.
Cranbrook is uo longor "iniiie
Liyhted    By   Electricity
Healed By Hot Air
Comfortable Bedrooms
lirst Class Diniiiu Room
■ _ . I, i ,   ...        ,      and inglorious ; i  has borrowed
*TMlE Minister o    Nines  bus
1 ,,. , *2(>,oon
*\      issued his annual report,
ami   for   the   renders  of   Thu
Phospkctou, mining pr tors     Tl"'   ,vi""''   lh:"   ""'  n"'""'
and  mil raters there  is lt frost has killed Old  Man Simp
vast on ol interesting infor   sn":s bllH" mV '•'"   probably
i.K.iL.i. h'o   accopled   al    the    regular
'    .,., ,      .,    .,    discount,
I lie reporl shows ihal  South j ,    ,
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
:easi   Kooienay   is  iho   bauuer
silver-lead  producing districl in
_._,-. /**\ j.' Hritish Columbia, that Sll. I
The Hot Water Question    i ■ i,,,.i  «*.,,..
ince  wus  produced   in   lhis dis
Can Be Settled Bii Us      tru-t.
/
Jim   McArthur
He can secure you u Job and
uls.i iii v.i i In
Clothes, Shoes,
Hals. lite.
Jim MGflrthir
IlllllSOll    VVII      I'll VM'Ulnill,.   II C,
i MUSIC I
FOUND
me
iN liAKI'.lt ST.,ONE DOOH WEST Ob'
IIII.I. ,v CO. The oul) ulaue i" t"tt"
iluu .'in. milk,' life worth tliu Iiii.i'.'.
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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\
Onit.kiii ,iiiii Satlslactorlly
•'a|—I All. '     ■  '      '     - H Uie '  n
.   \J        lli Millli'imii    i.| iu'Iij  to Mi|i|.l.i
/      j      ,.,'. ,    ',,,    .„.- .. - ■       ,'-, a   um
,..'      mi     ronili	
ipall .,.'-: ■■ alll
The   tonnage  ol coal mined in
llie Crow's Nesl i iiMiriii's slums
The San I'rancisco newspapers
are now issiieing regular slxloonl
page editions,  though they are -
all primed and published hi   Im
provised establishmonls lu "ul, '   Mrs. Hlslop  r8A^iANO%ffi
land    Tl lorprise  is sin        special iilleiilloti lo loucl
passed mil. by iheir pluck
A        .,/ ..   M-tufl 11' \\ «
I    ' %t W ill '       '\ sl'°WS "';"   " V'B|"1,HM"
All    "JPy#    \ \) Plumbing and Heating        miniug property in this dis
&HEATTNC il*
PflTMORt BROS
.   large   iucrease,   as well us an
creased production ol coke
The reporl is one thai  llritish
i 'olumbia, and Southeast  Koote
It
ni ol
1 [",,', i* Ki'iii'tiounl Mil     ■  '   -
MtNKtt v      .1
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NOTICE,
I,,I.- I'liti' ,--.,- -.,   - i ■
I"
linns   have   iieeii   made,   and   i
steadily     increasing     progress   ,
niu.io in every branch ol  ..
Ill,' l'„ll Sl,   .1,1111,11  i,,
ii,., i rfi'li
a     *     .
I'l-oni :i silver-lead stand point  --, ,
l'luiul-iiim.  Heating and  Ventilating   Engineers Isoutheast  Kootennj   is -   ■ ,
■■ii ■
_ . aaa
The placet' output la.vn s ti    "   ,
im minim',   pliriislng   mul
"in.im" ni studies.
Pur I'lini, il.ii. :i|i|il. li.C. li. Ilol.l It
i ,. . 1'ln  III I
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE     TIME
III    IISINO
■$9> 9.4.9.♦:«:♦ o ♦ <• ♦ o ♦   ♦«♦«♦*♦ a- ♦ » ♦ <• ♦
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The Painters, Paperhangers, Ete.
OUR LftKGt STOCK
WllVPAPER
IS COMPLETE
easing, tin    prod  ctiolt   was,
^   ' -   ounces gold,   va   ed ill :
-   *U.H'.ii
.1   A   II .1,'. KY
Tin gross .i   e of then  neni
i luction  of  the  Pro   nee for
ISiH.i wus $22, Hi l .li.'.y The mill
el-ill prod ., ■ on ol So itheasl
Kootenay. not i eluding eoal
and i'i ike. was sr.
|  L.C0HN  |
«
* Tailor 's Importer of
Fine Woolens. *
V *
.    ill.   llt'ul'!','   *■ *
mo   fourth   o    the total i.roduc-  * Cranlirook. ll.C.  Annslnmi.' Ave *
tliu mil.  slunk of I'.«'I.
papers in (Irniibrnok.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All  kinds "f hunting and  Decorating
attended tn pi ptly.
; t'u ui of the Provinc
»•♦»-«•«•*,*»♦***»♦»* .■.-*** *>■****
*,   P.O. BOX 8H     ARMSTRONG  AVENUE     PHONE 111    a
:♦.♦:♦:♦.♦:»>. ■> ♦ <• .♦:•> ♦.: .♦■<> j£ «.#* 4.'-•>'■+.'■ *>-■*■'>■&'■
_ Wholesale,
LIQUORS - CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgarv llccr. Ale & Purler.
I. U.l'.l'i. & CO., Hav antl Gain.
Granbrook, B.G.
The   coal
Coast  ''"nl  n
lliiio. :l over that of the preceding vein. The coke production
nf in,' Crow's Nesl collieries
show un increase of 13 J , with
ii constantly  increasing output
i.'iii-    the CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
P. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
KVI-'.liY 'I'lll'KsliW
Vi-iiiiij.,   llrntliui'H   Cni'illullv   Invltoil
Despotism continues to be
tempered with frequent assassinations iu Russia
According to reports from
Port Steele, twenty carloads of
sleel rails for lhe K. C. It. were
sidetracked   on   the  dim  Crow
branch.
Of course Alfonso's wedding
will he celebrated with a bull
tight. Otherwise it wouldn't be
a hii Spanish.
c. c. c.
. caioaru Game go.
I'rcsli and Salted Meats
Fish and Poultry in Season
The man with the muck  rake
iu   Cranl.i k,   is   milking    his
garden grow. This is the time
to scratch around and find out
what's doing.
• • .
Vesuvius is seel bin;; again
just in show iluu il is still on the
map, perhaps, li can'l endure
popular neglect.
...
The winter wheal crop is wuy
up in ilie nineties, and still rising
0  This   moans   prosperity   to the
Northwest.
...
lu il..- football scraip on   Mon
NOTICE.
',"■ i-i    - i.'i'.'l,.   iflvoii  iliiii   Sixty
III,-   itll •   llllll,   I   llll. 'Ill I   III ll|l|lll    111  III"
i    ■ '   winner  ,.(    l.iiinl-   mul
.'   ii --imi I., |,inviin-,   iiu-
    ii, - u   I.mu-  Simili   I'ji-i
0 Orders by  mai    ■ II      pron pi   in I   larel
4
4
4
4
4
4
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Order bj   PIiuiil'  '*n
i'. Unss 'I'a l'l.. U . rr.'riiili'llt
A. VV, lll.ACK, S.vy.
^...im...Vi*r.«i«.(.V...Mm............i...'^.
3 Rocky Mountain Chapter s-;
5 vr»    oik    n   a   \i 2-'
NO.  126,   It. A, M.
Ileg'iilar nioetlitjfst- 2ml Tn
tt day  in  I'licli   month   ul  i-iulii
3 o'clock.
3 Sojourning  CoinpaniotiK   are
3 cordially Invltoil.
I Wm. I''. Tatk. Scribe I'i.
SEATTLE,   TACOMA
AND ALL
Paeilic  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Butt'ett
Library Curs, Modern
Day Coarhes.
Dining Cues,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best   Meals  on   Wheels
2l'A.sT   TIIAIS'S r,
MAST  AMI WKST IIAII.Y    *£.
For lui!  imrlli-uiiu'-.  rail's,   ti.l.l,-I'-
i'ii'., call nn ur :iii.li'.-s.
S.tl, VKKK'KS, ii.u-.o.a.,
Scatllu, U'ilsIi.
('.   \v.   MAIfONKV,  L'.1J,  ,v  'I'.A..
Spokane,
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parlies having buck yards,
and closets lo clean, uud refuse
matter lo bo taken uwuy. should
leave orders with mo.
J      Hex 4      iiiAXiiunoi;. a. o.
%mmmNmmt***mmmmmmHR '•    U-avu orders al i tic I :tt,v I lorka ullli
  or drop a |ioainl card iu llos lu.',.
ANCIENT ORDER',! FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943      i
MEK'I'S   -.'XO   ANI1  4TII   TI'IISIIAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visitlllj.'     Iil-.'llli'l'll     I'l.l'llillll.V     lllVlt.!.l
0. ft.,   A. MoCOWAN.
S viarv. T, MAllHIIAI.h
Professional.
HARVEY &  McCARTBR
BAHHISTEKS AND SOLICITORS
CHANIlltOOI.,      •      ll.C,
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranlirook •    British Coi bii
C. H. DUNBAR
HAItrilSTKIl, .s.il.K'I'l'iii;
-    |||. [ nml   N'n'I'AllV   i'l'ltl.lr,
I..Mil Sll
ii,,.,  Oranbrook, ll.C
' ■•lmil
=Xi3fe*SSstV=-
NOTiri-; 'i'li cnN'i'UAi'ioiis.
Or.AliKII TKSIIKUS  su'ii'im-i il.nl    'IVllilt'l
O    fnr Si'liool-lioutio." will tin rucplvud hy Un
IlIliilTnlj-llOll U|) Ul 11(1011 0( Siillir.l.iv.   tli.'    .■('.lh
Muy. luuri. rur llifi-1'irlf..ii nml i*oin]ili*tti  il
liirgr one room frttiiiu  huIiooI limiHt-  in   f.'iml
t'rifelt, I'Vnii.' Klui'ionil niHtrli't.
iMillls. apcoltlnitlons. coNtHlcl mill forms nl
lender may Imimh'ii mi uiul uftur ihu loili Muy,
I'.Kill.   Ill     till'    I'llll'l'    ill     111.'    'ill.l'lllltll  111     .\;:i-llt.
I'l'ttiU'. iiiiiI ui iiir i.units innl Work* lU'iuirl-
 l, V'luliip.ii, ll. c.
hliuili |irn|)OKMl intitti Iwiiii- unliHl hj nmli
i' to iii
ilBtl
Of
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Lititlcr  Nc«   Man a gem eut
■,       W'li.'ti \ mi w.'inl   ;i   '." ii
»      pi,ll i-    In    Slop    ' nlllf  lull
||i';n|ipi;iiii-r   ioi   i
men and "hi timers.
»!    Maniii.ki.
d, a, Mcdonald, manager
Wc Give You Your Money's Worth
>i ji
n.''    il.i- un, ,i;,i ul \|ini. iiiiii;.
IS i'. I'.. NINTH U'I'M.
Mil- Illinois Central
lllllil lilla    lin.lX.'l-lll'll    ..'I'Vll'll     ll'iilll
III lllll U-I   I   ■ii.Uli.    Mulliliif
"l.m    ■ '"III, ,','liiili-   .villi    lui li.-    nl    all
.'i   I'll 'I i  1,1 I'.ail.'a l.»(!llll'll||ll,
I.    M,-ni|,l,i- I Nmi iirli'iiiii,.
..Ill  0,1'" li. 'I,  III.',..'  | I-  In III,' li.l'i'll-l
I'm.-I.., ■   , ■ i,,-..-1.-,-- ii.-ii-in,.' Infnr.
million ,i- ',, iln  imi,'.i nil ii* anil  hiwl
unil'-   lll'i'   lll.-lllld   In   I'liri'i'-I'iimli'l	
■Mill   III,'   • VI ,,!.■   I'l'lH'i-al-llllllivi-a.
II, II. '1 in \iiii i.l, I'liiiuni'i'i'iiil Ac'i'iit
I I:'  l'h nl -ii     I'lirtliiiul. Or run.
,1.1.', I.is'dskv, T.I''. ,v I'.A,
II.''I hinl St., I'iii'IIiiiiiI. 'Iri'jjiin
I'. II, TllOMI'SOX,    r. .\   I'.A,,   IllKIIII
I, riiliiniii inn.,.. Seattle, Waah.
G. H. Thompson
.'~£t.  IIAlllllSTBlt ..
„jSS   MO'l'AltY I'l'll
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILOINO
I'mul L  I I.i .
THOMAS   Mo V ITT IH
Port Stoolu B.C.
.*.-•.■ •..*..•..•..•..•..••■«..*-^.^-«..•-•-■•-•"••••"•-•■
DR, E, W. CONNOLLY
Piiusitiiiin an'' Suroeon
nl'l'll'l'', AIIMS'l'IION'll   \...
Iloi'its:   litu II ii.in.  li in I p.nn
7 KlH |i,i,i,
I'linin, ullli:.' 105    K.'hIiIi'Iii'i' inn
llllllll slinll III, rorll'l  II Illi' i.i.i ly I,'ii I
,1,,,-lln.,   I,,  ,'iiU'i'   Inn,  .'..lilmi'l   win -n  lull, "I
ii| I" il" ho,   'I'lu' mull, rli,-.| - .'.•rtlll.i.K
i.l ili'lHialt Of lll.m..'.'US«ftll li-liili-i-rts .vlUlii'   i,
ll'lirt      'I'lu- H.U'CUHKl.l)   Ii ni, l,i, I   lllll   In,   ii-
,,iilt'i',l   I"  IiiiiiM ill     lllll KL'II   ,iii-l   In.
HUCOtH'M In Un-miiii ui   -mil iiii'l.   In, Mir Mu,
rnlllln I nl Ilir wmi. In Ui" -,;ili-.lni'ili,iiiii Hi,
ii,,N,,,i,i,ii- iii.iRi.iore mis- i   iin,n in,
ox.'inillon nl ill" I lliu ctu.li rii, ,,|n,, ,n ,',!
tlllrilli'iil llll|IOlll llli'iii' im I I  mil   l„'   i,,
li'lll. I lllllil'i 1.1,11,11
'I'mi.lora will mil I si ,(l  iiiil,-ss nin.ii-
mil nn 111" foi ins sii|i|illi'il mul mi-iii-,1 ivill, ,1,,.
lll-llllil slHiiiuin-.' of 111.. tRli.lur.-i-.
Tin,    lllllVSl     111    III,.'     l,'lllll'l      I 'I-Slllll,
,1 1'll'l
MUIL P  MAI'KAY
lli'linl. [.' nlssl i ul [.inula I Winks,
I.i
.l.iiiiil W.iilis lii-imilui,
Vli'lni'ln. II I  . Ill, Mil
a»a>..:..........»H.,.»at...,a.,,.„la»j».».t',t',.i,< .;
a1/, Oats, Wheat, Feed
Wo Iiii.i' lhis wui'li uiilnu.h'd it car nf Bltcll kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
si'kii.i. i'lini; I'm; Ton laivrs. Call anil see ns bofore
liiiylnj" I'lsi'wh.'i'i'.    Wn also carry it stock of
carnefa's stock and poultry food
Harris Bros.
, .# .•,..«-.•>"•-■•'.•-«
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I
*     % CRANBROOK
ft HOTEL »
I Gnosis Comfort a Specialty   Good Slabliny in Connection !
Ni'ini'st to luilroiiil d.'poi.    Has accoinnio
dntiotis   for   iho   |.11111i.-   mioipiiilled   in
Cranbrook,
Hi I
I HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    W
ih Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors |
J LEflSK k HENDERSON §
|   """: FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
£ — Always Up-to-Date — 2
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.G. 2
^UUUllUUilHUlUlUlUaiiUlUlUllHtlliilUliuaiUiUiU^
GEO. R. L&flSK & CO.
BUILDERS
AMI
CONTRACTORS
'huts, Specifications
iintl Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand.
Nii'l'iri: To CON'I'IIACTOIIH.
(JK.M.KII   TKNIIIUIS.  lllll. .'ll    T.'iiili'la
O  nn si-iimii iinii.i'.   mil H'l'iii'il liy im-
lllllll'fall'lll'il ll|i 111   II I ill SHllt.llliy.   lllll   'Jlllll
May. IIKHI, lmil -iillini innl I'liinlili'ii il ii
l,im I,-.i iiiti.. Si'liinil Iiiiiki '.Iim.
1'Vl'lllr I'll,','!"lllll I.Ulli'l.
I'liuis,   sjii-i-lli-iili    t'Olltl'lll'l uiul liitina nl
liiiiilin muy I"' ► mil iilli'i' ll"' '"Hi Ml'",
num.ui iln-iiiiii'i'.,ni un-nun,iiuiiiini i'bu'iii hi
1,'Oriltui  nl  .lii-i'l'li   Auslill, Msi,.. I'lllin; all'l ill
iiu, i.miiis iiiiii wii.i.s iii'itiii'i iii. rii'iHi'iii,
Mni'li |ii'ii|i'iaiil IIIUHl In'I n|ii.lili'il liy I'liali
I'iiii ui'i'i'lili'il Imnl,   ,-li,,|i r ,,'rtllli'iiti- in
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lilr    Hi   111 lill'IMlllll-ll.   Ill    111"   llllli I.IWII,
iiii'h k1.ii 11 >••' in.li-iii'ii ll Un- imi-iy i ii'i'iii.'
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I ll III III'-III ll|ll.II II M'l-lllilllll'l   Un-   11.11
I m iiiiii,-I, ii limiil lillnai,IIiiiiii ll... Minilltn
III., ainil "I il'iHi'ii.li im iIn- iluu Inun nl
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I- >   Inr Si'IiikiI liiiiia,.." nlil |,„ ,, |u,,| |„. |h(.
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Muy. IWH1. for riiiHi, n.li ,,1,'ii i.
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l-.li.lii-. mil mil I illlllliTl'il iilili'»» 1 1"       I «»«lHBi will KOI Im uiillhlil,,|-i,,| ,„,,,.,„ ,„„,,„
II il imi"' all|l| I all! I Willi Ul" ! '" ' "ll' 11,11,1. iiii|,,,||,.,|. „,„! sl>,,  u|u, t|||;
iiiiii siiiiinnni-,,i lliulonilorur. ituliml si|,nauni,uf tii" lumiurm,
l'l„. Ini.i'si in ....v ti.ii.lnr nmi ssmlly |   'I  Inwiwl ,
roptnil,
NUM. I'\ MA.'K.W,
,   "''i""!''' liwluiwof'.Midland IVurk.:
Lauda and Wurki Uouariniont,
Vk'lorla, U. li.. riu May. nmi. jj
SKI I, I'. M.l'KAV
lli'liulyi'iiuniilasliiiii'iuf I.uliili 4 IVorkl
inls iiiiiI Winks lii'iiiiriuiiiiii.
Vlolorla, B.C'., Uli Ma.. 1008. -W
'.'.sarlly THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, MAY 86, Hint''
SIMPLE
STRONG
PROGRESS OP   MINIMI
■"««,*„«■«
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Month
Allowanoe Made Kor Old Maohino
Arnold & Roberts
^THE DAINTIEST YETs
OUR NEW
Photo Mounts
Picture h'.iiiiiiiu, .1 Specialty
Prest Photo Go.
Htudlo.
Baker St. Cranlirook, B.C.,
J. Edgar Davis
.h   Bricklayer  A
* Contractor  w
I'll.INK 115
l''iirniir.', Boiler, Range uiul
Fireplace Work u Specially. All
il.'siiriptioii of slonu-work iiutler-
takon.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will  Iti i.i'  l'l' |ll   All,-nil.Ul
NOTICE.
Till;,- nmi.'.' Uiul lliii'l. iluys lifter
Uui,' I ini.'iiil in apply In ilir riii.-f
Coiniulsslnnnr nf Lunds mul Works Im
pei'iulssiiui tn mu nml curry uway
liinii.'i' n-uiii  iln- f.illi.wiiiL described
ll.llila ill S.UlllU'llsl   Kiinli'llll,. :
('iiitniii'iii'iini nl ii pnsl iiliiuii'il lu
chains   nesl   uf   llu'   liuilii'i-    licence
IIIHI'kl'll .1. A.  Ill'illn. nf I'l'l'llinl  lll.-ll.'i'
wesl 120 iiliiiins, Him smith-10 ehnlns
thu,..-.- ,-ii-t Iim i.'l.nlns, lli.iii.i.. i iii lu
I'llllillS.   Ill.'ili'f   wesl  111 i'llllill-. tu pluee
llf I'lllllllll  lll'i'lllt'lll   l-Hlll||illill|l  lill)   IllTl'S
iLiil-t- or li'>-.
P. .IKN'SKN,  l.iii'iilni'.
Dated Muri'li L'iliil. imili. In
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Best Time Besl Service
TJ.no't Via Port Arthur lo
Hldbt WINNIPEG,
TORONTO, MONTREAL, NEW
YORK.
Via Son Line To
St. Paul,     Minneapolis
Only Lino ConnotilIng Willi
LIMITED   TRAINS
St. Haul to Chicago
Daily Tourist Sleepers
EAST DUN MORE ,1CT,
ATLANTIC S.S. AGENCY
Through I Itings via nil lines
New S. S. Empress llrilnin.
1 Inun inns. 57H l'l. long, Lenvn
Quoben Muy III,
Pur i'lll,'-. Iluu' mill,>. rii'.. u|i|ilj   In
local lli'i'llls ill- .. I'lll'.
(leo. miliar,  Agenl, Cranhrook
.1. s. CAUTKIt,        l'l. -I.i'i'VI,ll,
D.P.A., Nelson.   A.ll.I'.A,, Vim inr
SHORT LINE
BElWEtN
VPAUI" CHICAGO
JoMAHA" CHICAGO
IfasibCllV CHICAGO
SA'I'lIltllAV,  MAY
Iiiiiii.
Ill   Southeaat   Kooteuuy    the
tonnage of ore mined inoreasetl 1
"■ 1-1  ', uiul the value of the pro
Die following Is a list of Cran- duet   lliu    over the   preceding
year.
There wore over 170,078 tons
of si Ivor-lead ore shipped from'
Southaat Kootenay unnes iu lnnu
COAL AND COKE
Oranbrook'a 100 Club.
brook's Hue Hundred I'lul
1   .1. A, Harvey
L1    |.\ E. Simpson
II W. T. I.'ei.l
I Dr, W, S. Bell
fi K. E. 11,'Ullie
li .lames (ireer
7 I i. T, Rogers
8 A. Moffat
'.I .1. II. Cnslnlie
10 Dr. Miles
11 T. M. Rohorls
12 .1. D   M.'llriile
1,1 A. W. MoVillla
II S. .1, Mlgbton
in w. E. aurd
in  ,i. ii. Mi-i'uiiuiii
17 W. D. Hill
Is J. Harris
in I''. C. Mulpas
l'i i 0  E Reid
21 V. Hyde Baker
•22 Hoggarlh & Rollins
llll E. II. Small
21 W. II   Wilson
25 D. J. Mi'Swe.vn
2ti A. 11, P'onwick, PortSteele
27 C. A. Conk
2s Wm. I' Tate X Son
•.".I A. II. Grace
.in .1. I'. Pink
ill E  I'silerson
82 .1, I'', llnclicroft, Marysville
88 D. ,1. Johnson
ill II. While
85 .1. M. P. Pinkham
80 II, I). Curtis
:i7 Dr. I''. E. King
:;s Perry A Fitzgerald
811 T. Wiii'dniuii
III IV DeVere lllllil
II A. L  Mi' Derinnt
-12    A. t'. Bowness
III t'. II. Dunbar
II George Lou sll
H5 G. II- Tliniupson
III Drs. King & Green
17     Piilinoro Urns.
•is ll. II. Shorl
IP     I',  Miillieson
Tin Clupp \i Rollins
.".I Qunous llnlel
,"i2 Royal llnlel
58 E,  Soulh
54 ('. A. Gaskill
55 D. ,1. Elmer, Moyie
all E. Mul uti.kile
57 R, 1'. Benedict
5s E. .1, Smith, Moyie
511 Benle* Elwell
tin T. 'I'. McVittie
Ul E. Doborer,
112 A, JollilTe.
bit John Leask,
ill Rev, W. G. W, Fortune.
Report of Minister of Mines.
Continued from I'utre 1.
With the passing nf the North
Star, an adjacent properly, the
Sullivan, bus taken its place,
and is today the second largest
lead producer in Ihe Province,
producing nearly 11,500,000 lbs.,
of lead, or 20 of lhe production
of tbe Province.
Port Steele district lhis year
produced WI of the total lead
production, ill! , of the silver,
and 5H     nl' Ibe coul und  coke
NOTICE.
TAKH  NOTICK   iluu   Sixty  days
nil.II' llllli' I inl-mil liill|i|ll,vlnlll.'l'l.luf
Cuiiiinissinni'i-of I .inula llllll Wui'lts for
The Crow's Nest Pass Collieries nl Michel, Coal Creek und
Morrissey three in number —
operated by the Crow's Nest
Goal Company, mined during the
year 11H15, Bill,0811 Ions of coal,
an increase over tliu preceding
year of 100,2-18 lous or 25
The following table sbows the
disposition mude of the colli bill.'.I
output ..f the company's collier
ies:—
Sold in, ooal in i 'anuda ist.yitt. tons
 U, S,     24(1,002   "
Baud In making cuke   nur.nis   •■
" under euillpun.'s liiilli'l'a JD-.S-lil "
Suiii ui.,-uill. locally 3,:;l'I "
'I'oiiiI 831,883 lum,,
'I'lie amount nl coke produced
from the coul noted above wus
2511,125 tons, and wilh 2,250 Ions
taken from stock, makes the
total coke sules 258.8S1 tons, of
which U5,n-U tons wen. sold for
.'onsiiuiptiou iu Canada,) British
Columbia) and 118,887 Ions were
exported to the United Stales.
The coal sales of the Crow's
Nest Puss Coal Co., increased
tl.is past year 107,778 tons, or
;:7-l I due entirely to the Increased exportation to the I'niled
Slates, for the consumption of
Crow's Nest coal in British
Columbia this past year decreased 20,041 Ions, or 12 ;,, us compared wiili I!i04, while the exportation of coat to the Hinted
Stales Increased 127,sl4 tons, or
uboul 108 '/„.
The sales of coke maiuifiic
lured at the Crow's Nesl Pass
Collieries were increased this
year by 41,087 tons, or 111.) ,, the
increase being due to consumption both iu British Columbia
and in lhe United Slates, the
former Increasing some 20,000
tons, or 18.1 %, and the latter 10
/,. The increased consumption
in British Columbia was due to
theconsluntly increasing demand
for coke in lhe Boundary district
to smelt the increased tonnage
of ore there mined.
NOTICE.
Take nniii'i' Unit thirty days aftor
.lui,' I, ih.* undersigned, inteuil toapply
iu     iiu-    Chief    Commissioner   uf
Lunds    mul     Works    ul      Victoria.
ll.C.. IOI' 1. a|l,'.'iltl    li.'t'l.i'll   lO   tl.lt   llllll
ciirrv uwuy tiiul.fr fruui the following
ilc.ai'i-ilicil lauds in Kast Kooteiuty,
Commencing ul it post planted at ilie
nortli .vest, cornet of P. Pearson X... ii
tlinlii'i' license, theneesouth sn chains
tlience west SO chains, thenco north so
cliuius. thenee easl SO elniins tu plu f
begliiiiingi containing tuu acres more
or less.
Dated this Hth day nf April, looo.
P. Jensen, Locator
in Murked I'. Jensen So. 1
Cointiiotiultig ul a post plunteil 10
ehains wesl nf the noi'tll-wcst corner uf
I', Jensen's No. I timlier license:
Ihenee easl 40 chuins. Lhetice smith inn
cliuius. theuce wesl lu eluilus, thenc
iiui-lli 1110 chuins lu plnee of Itcgllllllll.
cnulululng 1140 acres mure or less.
I lui eil this llllli.In. uf April. IIKHI.
P. .Iciiscii. Locator
Marked I'. Jensen No.
Cominuiieliig ut n post planted ul lh
iiiii'tli-weai eorner of 1'. Jensen's Nn.
Your attention Is nailed to lhe
"Pioneer Limited" trains of tliu "Mil
waukee X si. I'aiil Hallway. I'he noly
perfo.il, trains lu l.lui workl."
Vou will Mini It desirable in rliluon
those trains when going in any point in
the Kiislerii Status or Ciiliiulll, Tlm,.
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains anil all Tlukel Aguule sell
tiekels.
l>'or furllu'i' Inr.u'iiiiiiiiiti, pitniplilcls,
ulc, unit any Tlekol Agent nr
It. I,, t'olili, II. S, tlOWK,
Pas.-i. Agent,        Genera! Agent,
SPOKANE, l'OHTLANU
permission in purcluiuu the h.llnwlng timber license; thence south Stluiluili
lleserilieil hinds In Soulh Kasl  Kooie-1 thenee west Sl) cIiuIiib, the illh 80
elmlns, Ilicni usl su ehulns tu pines
of hugtiiaing,  coiitiilulug   lllll   ue
inure ur less.
baled lhis mil, duy of April. Iiiiiii.
P. Jensen, Locale
in Marked P. Jensen No. '.I
Conn Inn in lh" Siniihi'iisi corner
of l.ui it'll, tlriuip I. llitini ust twenty
chains,  ilieii.-e unrlh  twenty  iiluilus,
11 wesl n. cnl y elmlns, tlience smith
iwenly ulialns io place uf beginning,
i-iniuiiniii'j fni'ty acri'S.
I lui,,I this '.Iml duy uf May. A.II.. HUM
Iii Harry 'I'. Arnold.
NOTICE.
'I'hlriy iluys after dale wc lliluliil In
apply   to   III''  Chief  Cnuilllisslollel'   uf
I.anils uiiil Works for ll special II. ce
lo eul uiul curry away limlier from iln*
following desiii'lliud lands lu Smith Kasl
Kooteuuy, n,C.
. 'omuuinciiig al M, J. Claxtou's soulh
weal curlier. Ihenee .vest lull chains.
Ihenee s.iillh-In chains, tlience east lIHI
cliuius. tliellee IIOI'lll It) chains III llllllll, I eiiliiilli'licenient
limed April I2l.li. IIKHI,
Nels, .liihiisi.n's Nu. I.
Ciiniini'lielll.i III S'llls, Johnson's Nil. I
southeast corner No, I. ihenee wesl inn
i'lialns, ll ce suiilli lu chains, ihenee
easl lllll ehaius. theuce nortli III eluiius
to place nf cull iliceineul..
Dated April llitli, IIKKI,
Nels. .I.ihiisou's No. 2
Ciiinlneiieiiir III Nels. Ji'hlisuli's No,
2, southeasl eiil'lier, Iheliee   Hill chains
west, thonco 40 ehains snutli, thei  w
Mill ehiiiii-' •'ii-I, tin'tice III chuins unrlh   fa
In |ilil f Clilllineneeinelil. fl
Dated April ISilli. IIKHI, I
17 Neh. Johnson';; No. it.      £'.
W. CRAIG
It is not the price you pay lor a furnace that makes it cheap
or expensive, but tiie fuel it afterwards consumes.
A common furnace may cost you *>'i or $10 loss tl.au a
" Sunshine," but it it eats this up tlio lirst winter iu uura fuel,
what uo you gain? N'otllill||, but all the annoyance ami eitra
woik ituti go with a poor furnace.
Tlm " Suntshine" is in use iron. Halifax tu Vancouver,
aid wo have hundreds ot testimonials tiou. pleased users.
Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere,   Booklet tree.
McCIary!>
LONDON,    TORONTO,     MONTREAL,     WINNIPEG,    VANCOUVER,
V ST.   JOHN,    HAMILTON.
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
DRAYING
NOTICE.
TAKE   NOTICE   thai   thlrtj   day.
after date I intend toapply tu the I Met
We have been In tl..'  Lushics Commissioner ot laud and Works fur»
for several  years, wo have the
C-liae to e.lt
and carry away  iiwli*i
best
guarani
Nl§##?
^^-
um BUSIES
n
LI. followers of Isaac Walton should
have a look at our Fishing Tackle
before making their selection. We
Handle a complete stock ..t Flies,
Poles, Lines, Keels, Leaders and
everything that a fisherman   requires.
Our   Prices   are   Consistent
With the Quality of the Goods.
C. E. REID & CO.,   J
phone 7 4.        rjt^Q Drug-gists.fi
PURE DRUGS
l-'INIi STATIONERY
UIMPENNINU   OUR   SPECIALTY.
m
,«$**********»***•»#******
NORTH   STAR       *
•^--     HOTEL
Kimberley,   B. C. *
♦
f    H. W.  DREW,  P-np-lptnr        _,-   _ , #
sl equipment in  Hi',  antl  we '"""'fc8rull0»"'H described lands ie
ititisfuction.
flboot that Piano f^^^x
... license "A    pJaoil ul I ,„„,. j,,,,  ,,„,..
We ure tbe iiuilii.riz.'.l agents hall .nil... ivosi „| Sliiiokumcliuck river
for the removal of Mason &Risch a'"1 "'■""l .""' mil'- ...-st ut ... >,.
Pianos, tve can do the work with-r'1''220"'* '""""'""i  n.-i.    Thenee
out risk.    Also Household Kur   'T'"""" su L'l""l,a  '"""'• u'"'"-* *>
..„,„..., chains  .-..si,  u,,-,  80 clialna soath,
U!  ' thence so chain, wesl lo place of com.
PERRY & FITZGERALD     j'""""'"""'"•
limiil llreckenrldge, Looatoi
I I'oprlotorsol n..- j   April lath, 1	
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
pi
"Hi''''  '"sit.'
C.P.R. Depot. I'lu,,,, ,.:i,
I. \mi M'i'ii t:
I li.'ivli. »ii,' notice Un.' Six!) un.'.-
afterdate I Inteuil tuapplj to the I 'lilel
( iiliiliiisaiiiii.-i- of l.iiinl- nml Wmk- al
Victoria, II. < .. nu- pci'inlsalini
i-Iiiim- the Inliiniiuf described |,
lunil ill Suntlii-iist ICinili-iiii. :•
Beginning  at   the   mile   pn-i   m
the NiiiiIi.'I-ii liniiiiiiui'. nl l.ni   N,i. :;|s
thenco iniiili su clntinsi  ihen. nsi
111.18 i'lniiii-. iln' in im elmlns,
thenee unsi 10 chains, thunce south _i
eluiius. thoncu .u-i  su ehnlns, in.-	
south 111 chains, llioncc .vest T chatlls t.
place ut beginning lalnlng iluu uerc.
i ■ ■ less.
II, I'll U'HT,
per'I'. 'I'. McVI'ITIH, .\,„', nl
March ilrd, IIKHI, 1::
MI.N'KUAI. ,\l"l'
|.',,il,.l ..I
CBBTlflOATS or IMritoVKMIlNTS
NOIICE.
■Kiili.'i'is".   "Maple",   "Kruger''  mul
"Toronto" Mineral Claims,
u,,
P M
Sillllll.' ill llu-  Port  Sti'H.'"~MiiiiiiK   1.
if Must Iviiiilrliuv lllslili-l.
VVlll-l'l'llll'llll-ilj    .In ui-al Klilnuf I.ii.li'I
.like.
'1'Hki- lliilli'i- Dial 1. .Imili'- A limn-,
I.'. Nu. ll.Tlimit. Hl'ltllK fin liiysi'll tuin un item
liil'J. St. Clll'IIH, l:'.M.C I.TIWTi- mul I'lniiii nun
, Krue Miner's I'c.inli-iui' Nu tl.-itittl, i
li'llil, silly days from tin- lllllo ln-1,-,,1.
upiily In llu- Mlllllm It, ,-,,i.li,| mi- jiiVilllli'ii
uf Iliiet'i'Vi'llli-tiU. I,n> Ilir itu.-fi..-..- ol ulilaliill
ii Cruwn iii'iiiii iili'urli iii .in- uiiiivi.- 1'luiiii.
And further take iioiluotliui mi inn. nmi
st-i'tiini 37, mosl lii< i-u i'iii'is! lii'liin- lliu Isa'
anil-nf siii'Ii t'liilllli-iiti. nl Iml'i in '-in, 'in-,
liati-ii tin. intli duy ill Muri'li. A.I.. mi.,
HI ,1   A   HAH. l:\
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days lifter
dale 1. the undersigned, Intend lo apply
in tli.- Chief I 'uniiuissloiii'i'iif bunds nut!
Works ul Victoria, ll.i'.. for n s| inl
liconce lu mil uiul i-orcy m.-oy limine-
from the following described lands In
Kasl Kiuili'iiiiy. I'.ituuicucing ul tl pnsl
planted aliuut nne-half mile west nl
Copper Creek on south sitle of trail
going    up  Skookum    Chuck    Itiver,
Ihenee .'Usl Sll ehullls. I lieiiei'   soul li   SO
chains, theuce west 80 chains, thoncu
norlli SO chains, lu the ph.. I beginning, containing IHO acres more ur less.
Datod ihK lull day uf April, IIIOII,
P. .loosen, Loenlor
Commencing at a posl plunteil about
mu- uiul uui- luili mill' easl ni Copper
creek: ihenee south sii ehnlns, I .henee
west sn eluilus, thoncu nortli 80 elmlns,
I hence east su uhalns to iln- pin I
beginning, containing .iiu acres mure
ur less.
Hilled this lllll ilny of .April. 1 Hi i.l.
IT I'. Jensen, Luiiatnr
I.i,-,-,,-,-   ll
	
ini,'
ii u post   marked   D.
Ilreck.
lllll
.'•s
southeasl      eorner
•li
lllll 1
djolnlng the Bouthweet
corner
ll ll
'I'llSI
A': thenee north  IHO
chains,
the
II'I- l
'■-i  in chains, tbence
nouth I
10 c
llllll-
ihem n-i iii chains
iu plac
■ul
'UIIU
••lu'ellliil.l.
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters For
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Mnrysvllle, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE. Manager
The ai.nve hotel lilts been recently ..reeled, and neatly furnish
ed iIii'iiiIjuIiiiiii. The liar is supplied with Ihe besl. brands nI
laiipiors and Cigars.
♦♦♦««♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
sii'iuu  Hollars uud l-'urnace Work u
Specially.
Host aud Shirk Ksliinntes
Kuriiishi'd Upnii Application.
P.O. Box 834.  Granhrook, ti-Ci.
4 Oline
1
masonry   || poRT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUI.'AIITUUKKS and UKI'.WBI.N of BXTRA l-'INK
BEER B PORTER
nf tin, ul,) Ma tm lla.lii'i Slmli
nu. mm Im round In Uo'
MANITOBA ll.'TI'il.
I''llst t'liios Work in nil lnuinl.es  fA
of the
Tonsorlal Art
SOLD BY THE BARRF.L, KKG OR BOTTLED
Hut tied beer tor family
use ii specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN HTRICT AND PROMPT ATTKNTIUN
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
si P. O. uox mu    b
<l      IR1.KHHONK NO. I     p
Port   Hlcele Brewing Co., \At\.
Nn'I'U'K 'I'n eoNTitAcrous.
S.lj.l.Kli   TBNIIKIIH   ..ill   In-   ri'i'i'ivs.l ,11 II.Q
mil I   S.   I-l.   Ili,„,k>.   i.ivisino   I'lUglllt'DI',
l.'ltliiiillail I'lli'ltlr ItulLVHy. i-iiIkiu... o). In l.'i IC,
May 'Mill. lumi. lor iiie uii-i'tlnii. cmnplelion nml
ilelivi-ry of Un* follnwhiu bulldillKHI
SI., stall brink llilillllou lo I'lntclim IIouho,
Mi'illi'iue Um.
New I'liurSliill Uriel. Kindt..' 1Iiiiisi-.Miii-Ii'i„I
Si-.. 'I'i'ii Stall lli-lck Ktu'lni- llm.a..,   will.
... ..U lli.ii.-r lll'.lsi..  I.rlllhli.lp,'
N'l'l* Sit Sll.ll llt'li'k Kninin- linn-,-. Willi
brick Holler llouiu, Craws N„.i
s.-i. tvooitflii I'li'iuiii stii-e nni .nt,,
fiiiiniliitiiili ai f.otbbrlltKC, 100' lontr. .I'lllirut.'
oltiei nli'iii-li en,I nt bull.llliK, ii',|iiiii-<l tm llu-
.'.ilnlnuiy noil llu-A. It. ti I. I'n
Pinna, Sriei'llli-iiluiu-. anil I'lirnis nl l'iu]ni-
silla mil.. In- seen ul tile ulllee- ul.
,\s-lslanl Chlof l-'.llilillei-r. ('   I' 11. Wlllllllieil
Divlxtoli I'liinliiiur.   iiilniiry.
II leill llliiiiiiei-r.   I'l'iinliriinli.
'I'l'luleis l.liiy be 1.0-nl! in unv "I the nnililiiii'.
'I'lie.'iilnlillllV le-t'in- tile rlnlillo I'ojl'i I mu
ul llll I,'ieI, is
Any  tiittlii't' liifuriuulInn pun  be obtnllieil
frolll It,*- uliuieoltli.es
N i: luiooKS,
III, l-luli I'.liinni-,-,   I'uli',ii)
l'nl|.il.   Ma. llllli   Una, M
liu.iil Breukeni'lilge, booator
April l-'K,. iimii.
I.ii',-I,s,. --. '".
Coininouolng at a poat marked   l>.
"' le'iiriiic'-- autitheasl  corner poit
llcenae V pluei'd al the northeaat cor.
n«r erf lluvlcl II, kourlilKo'allcenae 'A'
thonee I'limilutj Sll ohalns north, Home:
miclmlns n,-si. thoneoKUclialna aouth,
thei.ee K0 clialna uaat lo pla.-e uf com-
llli'lli'i'llli-lil
Ha.i.l llreckourldje, Locator
April 12th, Hum.
I. use "II".
Commencini! m ;1 |„„|   ,„„,.„-„,   p
lli'eekeni'lilge'a  theaat corner punt
license -If plural one |m||  ,„;!,. ,,,„.Ul
"'    ']"'S Il»'--I   ,-UI-lll-lul   C.      W,      Wi|.
-un -1 ns.- nml uiiiiiu onu uud one-half
miles aouth ul ll,,' southeaat corner ut
"• "' konridoe's „,,• 'B';   Ihenee
nortli BOeliullia, lli.-iu-,- .i,.,i sii cliuius,
thence aouth SO ehalua, thenee eaat iu
chuins in place ol commencement.
Ihi. hi li. keurldge, Locator
April lath, Inun. iri
Uranbrook Licence District.
'I'lu- hull yearly meeting of the Board
,,f,l ,i,-,-iu-i- CouuulBsionera, Oranbrook
Licence District, will |„. |,^|d „, lhe
1 ""i-i Huns,-. Cranbrook, un Friday
Junu  I uli,   limn, m   p. o'clock  in the
foi'ei ii.   When the fullo-vlng uppll-
eutlinia ..ill ei before Hie Boardi
Itobert Johnson, Iranafer in Paul
limnII.-.. Central II I, Marjaville.
Ja -  Brown,  Interuallonal  Hotel,
Warilner.
"■ S  Mn r. Wi,„ij,„-  ll,,,,,!.  port
Stei'li'.
Alex,  McCool,   Uoyal   Hole
Sleule Juneliun.
James Carroll, i Intarlo liuuse, Kim-
l.,-i-l,.,.
II.   II.    Bohart,    Wardner   Hotel,
Ward nor,
John llj'uu, Central Hotel, Wardner.
McDonuld   ,\   UouHey,    Stratheou
I Intel. Icon Slei-I,-.
elms  K.   Finch,   l-',.ii,w,.„   Hotel,
Muryavlllo,
-\- I'. Chenetlo, Royal Hotel, Mary(.
Ville.
Oliver \. Ilui ue. I'urrj Creek Hotel,
I'ei-i-.i Creek,
I'. H, MOUKIS,
Chiel Licence liispcitni
-' ' niiilii'iiuk DUtrlct
Porl
NOTICE.
TAKIl  Nullee  llial   -i.l.   ilnys all,-
,1,1,11,1   luil|l|ilj lull..' llllllll  Cl.IUU.lal
I.uiiUh nml Works f.u imnnlss  |i
iln- lull,,ami: .Uhurfliu.1 laiiils in s..u
Kill Li-nny       Coll Ullll'   nl ,i llu.l |il
llie  Nortliwnst roiiier ol   I ,o.tl
tbiniee eu-,1 toelinlli.   Ilieiii-i-  uuilli   90
lliei.ee in",, lllelllllie,  lli.-lu-e a s,l,
|,laee ul baKllllllllH
l.KAN It   . A'l'l.s
i.iueiiMn> inn nam
a,ia»nt,a1,a>aa.
Granbrook
n Livery
okaiiy * i.ori.K, PitOP'a
Tt.unis iiiiiI ilrivi'i's ftirnisli
ml for any point ill lb.' .I'm
ti'icl.
A. DOVl.E, Manetfcr
9«i*»9»S»««.S.?«*»*.*»^«S«*   ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
NOTICE.
Lllllil No, I.
Thul I Intend thirty iluys from date
in u|i|ili tu thu Chlol Commissioner of
Lunds ami Works lor special licence to
cut mul carry away limber from following ilescrlbod Imnl iu Southeast Kootenay,    Couimuuotug iu a |wsl  ut   the
southwest nei' uf Lot 2804, thei so
chalna south, thence su chains west,
thenco <u ehaina north, thonee »u
eluiius eust to place ul common nent,
Loeatod Mn,. Huh. luon.
By D, I. Miller
William West, A^eut
NOTICE.
Limit Xo. 2.
That I Intend thirty daya after date
to upply to the Chiel Commissioner of
Lands mul Wm-ks lur special licence to
,'ui unil carry away limber from following described liiml in Southeast Knott--
nu,.. i iiniiiiin.-iiiu ni |«,-i plnnted al
iiiicthi'itsi corner mul joining ll. I.
Mill,!''- -unili.-u-i corner uf limit No,
I. thence si chains south, thence no
.-I,mn- J..-.!, thunuo 80 ehalua north.
lie-in'.- KUehalns .-uai to place ul l„-
-iniiili,.,
Located Ma) lOih, I Hilt),
II) ll. i   Miller
Un,    Weal  ,\u,.„t
NOTICE.
Tlml I Inleiul thirty days alter dule
liillppl.   I" III.- I   llief   I'liUlll.issiuii.-l-   uf
I.uiul- nml Worka fur speeiui licence lo
cnl mul carry away iluil.ee from the lui-
limine described landa iu Southeaat
Kooteuuy. I'ominenoinjf ui D. I,
Miller's nun Inn.,! .••ii-nei- uf limit No.
'..'. iin-iiei-  lu elmlns eaat, theuoo inu
ehulns simili, n,en p. ehains weat,
ile  Inn chalna north lo place uf be
Hilinllie.
I ated Mu,, luili, Usui.
-I IL William We,i
no net;.
Take
lli.it
ly  dsys   afin   il.t. I
ililiiol I,,ii|i|,|) I.l tlJB Ctllol  .'U..1II1I..I0U.1   al
l.nii.l.aud IVoilisfur parinlssleii n, purobm
llu- lull,,wi.ik ili'irrlbld  Inml  In  Soutb Rait
Knotl'IIH.       ruluiiielielOK  Sl  S |mU pl.oleij «.
Noriliw™ ilni ui innuti.uiuupiKuon.uar
lilslrlel ami ii.nilii'it \ K corner ufAllole 1.1.
I.uiule,. iniieliii.e Itienre Hesl 10 cbslna,
llieliee -uulti BO i'lialns. llie.iie eaal lu OttalUI,
llieuee mirth -.'0 ehnlns lu plaoo of ufglnafui
oonulnlna BOaoreitnoreoi less.
Annie M  Laurie
Dated Mn. ju. leoo, ,, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, ll C, MAY 211, l!UH
******{**»#***********^*^*** tLViuS'J'KZHu"ii," ®h* |tco0;tcttov. Head
* , , ;,,iesi,,,..w,i„. ...I d ».    aATlIltUAViMAV2I1,liK11
Is Next to* Bru,eslmi —   -
*
*
Hi ■   WE ARE MAKlNi.  A  I.K M'l.i; 01
*
9
9
9
*
V Becnusc wc ;uv fulh i.nnvinced it is the
best   soap   value   on tli.- market to-day.
This snap is made in the WES 1' and lias
9     Joe   liiitiilii'ii-l,.   bus gone   to e
Godliness"* N"tt/;BUl,md,in""' "|i' D * local news
3£\ iln- I'ininilinii Pipe Co     Uo   will 5
Me  in' uwuy for uboul u y
THE CANADIAN BANK
Splitting        OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund. $4,500,000
WEN WEST SOAP
Dr. Kinjf. M. L   A.. of Critn-
•ive   III
•I UUUUUUUUUUU1.......U..UUIIUUUU •:•
Wm    Cniliii   .,!   Port   Slpole
wns in the nt. Monthly.
When   you   '-"'I  ii ci'.iil   olil-
lushii I lleudtichethu iki -
.uui-lien,I llil'i.l.:;  your eyes
whirl   nn. lltos ...ui sleli lu
.-our stoiuiich n.
HEAI1 OFFICE,   TORONTO
li. I-:. WA! KER, .'.eiiei.ii m.iiuu. , AI.EX LAIRD, Aaat. Gen'l Manager
**2 ' l.i'niik. is i'x|n'i'tt'il   tn   ; i    .      ,, ,,
3*   ,,.     , ' , ,, i       I ■ I -   .Miuiltiiuiii'i'V   n     \\	
**r   \\ in, I'i'iiii'i-e it  n iliu nn Iwn unil  "   .,    .,
tSa . ','ii "'-  wns in tbe nl v Mmiiiuv
# it is sinioil 11111 v   nvosl   in  liinil '
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN
THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND
A tlii'i'i'iiliiniis.    Wilmer i liileron
*
*
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
$                                                ■ ,,' ■;""         'boy cu.ri burl you .uui  y BANKING   BY  MAIL
J    At the Unptist CMmrcli Stitiiltiy "      """'''-v                      sio|. uny bom Iiu Business may lie trunsticted by mail with any brunch
9 !!rn?'-\"'l!,'si'':'\'''(!,sinl',.nliil,'.n'     ''    C'. -xl''l'l"'«^ "i  Minilroitl |       OllO DO'CII III d Iio\ 25C, of ';ho Bank,   -'coiu-.ts n:.ty lo orened, and deposits
i,,.,,„, ,,,   0    Atpuicam macie or withdrawn by mail.   Every attention is paid
''I'.A I I 11',  IV   /\ 11 liUiUiN
Where It Pays tn Dual.
.    a iimi '-t'linst    .\ Mistaken Ulen
* lity"     Rrixht gospel service  ul  wns n. tbo etty Sniimluj last.
.Iui|ui' Wilson rotiiriieil Monthly
from tt business trio   lo   Nelson
9  "inlil-     AH w
i
3*\     \V. ti  McFarbiml wus at   Nel
A -"» Thursduj on  business.    He     n    |.;    Mnctlonniil   ol    Nelson  A l'l AII     TA     WIT LIT
I ;vl,\:;;:,:;::::r;;';::;:,;;::;:; "-ii - j; *      Op 10 NIGHT
9 Cranbrook Oils Staples nnd   D  I*    \ ittei
9 ,.i   WyclilTe  were  ul I'raiihrool
A      Mrs  A   H   rVnwi.4 I    ,„, hosinoss Montltu
to uut-u. una. iicoounts.
9 more friends in the WKST than nil other
9 launilr) soaps combined becuust il is the
9 purest .nni easiest washing soap that vou
«i i
,,, run Imv. stiii.il.lt- im i ithii  hard  m   soil
9 watpr'
A _
*     The Oualit*. is the highest,    rhe Price *
A   is   the   lowest.      GOLDHN    WEST    is   the   $ ^,1^^,*^'l'n        \ "wastittne ruin thai  s,mlu,il        |„ „„- |'„,uil„v Iliiilil,,,,
•f 72.   tiMiur» vteti Soiiiheusi Konlouay ilurlnii  'I"1
uui ■. purl ni ibis week
l-'i'llWI
Mrs.    Chas    Levelt,
Bowiliio Alley
9   Kins of Laundn  Soap:
I Our Ooods are
I f|UARANTEED
*
*r' ,'jiii.   nni'! nl' I Iiie   ..'..nl. ,,n   trinutrnnn   \ entii.n
9 Chiel   Constable    I'    II    M
9 Million nf Komie puss h                J   |)  Kay unil 1)   I,    Avor  ol      l''.vorvlniil.\   invited   Tho  besl
* i   itnbrook   Weilnestln.i    ou   his Moyie ,voro Cinnbrnok   v"isil..rs nn.l niosl plettsanl roerontion   In
J return   from  n   business Irip to Tuesihiy                                            Cranbrool.
•V Nol.M.II
9 IV.   I)    HiH  and   \l    \   Ileal
9 ti     \    Simmons.   .1    K    Me wen   U Movie Mondaj  on  bus
yt S'tiiiithton.   K   A   Vijrot   anil II n 'ss
i           II   Vi   Davis nnd   D   StalTiird
nl   WyclilTe   were  ul  Craubronk
l osilui on bttsitioss,
a STEWARTS a
W      Mrs    i 'tis   Staples   uiul M ss
Mi
There were ;i
\   I' Chenette ol  Mnrysville
\. is a Craubi'ook \ isitot' Wednes
MOT SATISFIED J
*Lfe.    mm.   mt  ±Ji   mt    *A   Ji. m*m   W.   mst m*m ifm   mt   *Jiit  mm   mm.  MS            <''-<'       11 I 1 111 t lt> T       OJ        iMlMllUn;     tilt'       ' ' '')
WS#W*lwv**vv**v***vt**f*  le.x.t to bid them a  ,,	
.1    I'    Huehei'ofl   nml (1   Hall
if Marysville wore miosis nt
Tilt' LoilllilliJ Stniv
I'll!'
Choice Confectionery
Eyeache and
Headache
^H!H!!!!!!!!!t!!!!!fHtnnil!Hf1l!!!n!!!H!f!!!!!!!M!!f!!t!!n??!!f!!f!?ft!fn!!?!nt!!t!!n!!!!n!H!!n!!!fe! cosiuopoiiian on Tuesday.
J^; , . "^3
g; Imitation  thev sa\    s tin  3 "    '-   llml '''■  w   Smith ol
a*z ._ «^, ii        xs Pembroke, Out., wore Cranbrook
£ *3%** P"! *lnCere8'                             ,zzl     ««««'«Si ttylnsl
S: ifmf. k 'mi:   iii'i'm:  lum   i       -:■,     —                       	
fc f>* •*• '•* "  : 2zs n .un  .1   Herberl und !•'. Rich
•r Wi.                                                                           I aclvertismj; has liei     ^3 ,- .■• , , r,     ,
SZz .          -      » - -    t ^3 iirnson ol \ ictoriti spent Sunday
Sz Am, ^   ■ i "\iiam tttted.      l'"ven   to the  very ^3 last in Crunbrook.
ST AW^m   %a^. ^mmW'   at   'i^fkma ZS                                	
**■ Amm,..   .L itW. J**n*flfr£   F     K !^-'-^HHl .'iiii'. s                                                            ^3                                    	
£ smWS^mW^SmS. k±W?.:          \Wt:Wm\ ...»             ,.     ,-                                                         ~ Mi'l ll'iilu    nf   I'lllirilfV
I'MiKSII    NUTS
Presli Lettuce,
di ecu Onions
choice Rheubarb
of I Choice Oranges and Bananas
Hazelwood Ice Cream
STKWAHTS  l-'INK   CIIOl'OI.ATKS
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftrnistroiifl, ftve.
HILL 6< CO.
ICrat-ibrook's Greatest Store|
i
n,,
Cnllllnisslnliei  ,,l I.Hll,la innl Wnrk. fm - -I	
ial li,, „,,. : ■  ,ij,i enrr)  i i ,, llutln-i frcin    7
tl„.  fnllDivltiK ■.,-, i'il„',I   liilula   in   Sonllinilsl     $
K,„,t ,   ileae I J.- r.illon •     ' 	
nu, |»i-l in llu   Siil'tli   Wesl    nnier nl
llnlii - |.i--,',ii|,ii,,,.  ii"J,i   'I'll 'I'.; I'.ei      llli'i i n     ,>
En»l ■:,;.;.■' I»li» "■ In'l ",:   "" '  ■ '     '     '
nlltlllla,    tu,    .:„-'   I'i  ,'ln.flls    llienee Mm
l:i;.-.'.-. 'Ii.uii- Un ie,  W"sl i: »i   Im j.     Ill 'll i      t,
South  11      ....".
nnlttuln! in.' '" ■" "
ill ,|,   .  ii   IV , ,    ■-.   [,.ie
fori -.-.   ■   '.i.
NOT1C-.
Tnki   iiiiii.'.'   Im        ri     Ihj - nb'
ihu,'  I  Inti'iiil
See the Ship In Our Window 4
I'liinnii-iii,,","'   lu. (***£'■' ■'iVi, U'      IIAVK     .1    l,'l!',L;i'    ■ 111(1 9
*     i^-r= . *--i*J '     "Hi '1 Mm I; 111 ♦
ELEPHANT ;
.nil  nn.l  cm I'.i    iw.iy 9
toll.iwtnu  ilcsc      nn. — '      .
Kn-i Knnlcnii.v: 4      |J,
I  uilliii, -li'il. J  IU     '     '   Hit. '      '
„,iiil,,v.-i orni'i' nl t.»i  '-"    '"
nml  innrl    ' E.1    ■
comer": lh"  ■'.'-'  '"    ■>   -      i    4
less I" 'I"      '-' I   ' "'   '   !l
sOUtll    .'  .'Il'j    '"   I
.'ll.li.l-   -li. 11.	
I I '     -II .     "!   'I..-     1   I'     ''""'     a>
Is I II   LI'l I I.l ,,
NOTICE. t
,-'r-T-.-'''l.-'i
i-ev'.
Well its not hard to imi- zzs was in the city on I'Yiday  visit
1,i'i- our advertising, hut  to ~~\ int.' bis son Mr. .1   li. Mcl'Jrido
''';;' curClnthinnisaven 3     s H SiuitbTTsiiicbiir,  nnd
ilitleivut proposition.      We  zs ,;    '■    Uowilcn   of   Vnttcoiive!'
slum pictures ..I our Cloth-  ZS «'or«ro«'stei'ed til the Cranbrook
ZS mi I' ruliiv
nn ;inti ilu'\ are actual pn    zS 	
mu.-    drawn   from   actual 3     B. K. .himlBsonnnil B. Yonnj;
zs ii'|ii'i'si'iniiiu' iim Cniuidinn Rub-
3 bor Co., wei'e  trnnsttntliis bitsi-
I'he artist is  nut allowed 3 noss al Cninbrook on Monday
v deviate one iota Irom the 3     h   n.   piBl.eu ,,,   Moose .1 nw,
■ lri^innl   garment.      That's 3 nnd M. Ross or Vnneouver  .erf
ven ,ii,l,;i,,.Mm,,, unit,. I.. 3 r.-.-risl,-.-...!     nl   the    Cruubrool,-
f,      3 Sunday last,
.111    engraver    and   savin-  ^ 	
■•('.ive   11- .1  swell Cli.liiin.' 3     ''■  }';   Hiilford ot Truro, nnd
' 3 .1. (i, llnyil.Mi of New  Gluspow.
1 "I •    \en dillercnt, 3 N.  S..   were roSislored  nl  the
We   have   arranged with ^K'tismnpolinm Sundiiy.
our nrtisl to produce for vour ^z»     ,. u  ., ,. ,,    ,     ,,     ,
1 - 3     l. H, Hoffnn nl Inn bet Creek
inspection,     Mr.     V.      A. zS und B. I). Turner of  Vaneouvor
Knllins dressed in one of the 3 wore guests nt   the   Cranbrook
,     .                           ZZS Sunday last.
New  ji.ih Century   tip-to- ~zs~ 	
'Iiie suit-.    Watch for Vic. 31   Thos. BltuulofToronlo, ropro
-5 senlinft the Merjtantbalor  I.iim
3 typo Co. ol Now York,  was in
3'lli<,f'it.v  I'lidiiy.  nnd eallod  at
the I'rospot'inr office.
Chas. Fui'i'ell I'uino in on Friday's train from Nelson. Mr,
Fai'i't'll is nn ..hi tuner in Southeast Kootenay ami is now loeatod
nl Morrissey mini's.
An emorgonl convocation of
Rocky Mountain Chapter B.A.
M., wns hehl in Masonic. Temple
on Tuesday evening. There
wore ii number of sojourning
companions from Moyie in nt-
tendiinco,
Marysville was well roproson-
ml ni ibe football game Monday,
Among the visitors were 10. ,1,
f.'ll/.palrlclt, A. (iitllnwnv. Oeo,
Scott, I.. C Ulsliop, A, A. Ward
A. W. Nicholson, .1. Macleod.
.1. Forbos, Sam, Morrow, I'V M.
Rankin, A, ISiniison, M. Durick,
K Kerling, and Mr. nml Mrs, .1
I''. I'ringle. _
i TISDALES
EYESTRAIN  CAUSES BOTH
Dnitfs I'ullovo only tt'iiipunnily.
PROPERLY ADJUSTED GLASSES
Kumovu   the   uuuhu  ami
i-iV.-»'t a pormttiioiit  cure
Snli^l'iu'linn iruitraiittM'd.     Consultation Pree
1. F. Tate k Son
Jewelers and Opticians
Olll.'lnl  Win,'!,  liispi'i'iiii's fort'.P.R, I'rmi'i N.'st
''HSS   llivisilltl.
AWNINGS
In All Styles llllll t'-ilurs
Stripe   Duck
T,i mutch all colors nl build
ititis innili' mi Shorl Notice :il
Spokane or Calgary prices.
Su v.- Iiiilv uiul I'V iiiiii
l.j ,,i-,i,-iiii,' iVi.iii
A. GRENIER,   Cra-nbrook, B.C
WHAT   CAN   AND ft
COULD BE  DONE *
Hill Kl-.l'l-:i.l.l-:i:   mm  »i-ii.-   11   fun 9
i.ui'il- mi a |,i f niiiicr tint]   iniiku  ii •
'...,nn Ks .11111.1,   TI1ATS CAI'ITAL. *
\ WOMAN run |.iir.'liiisn 11  hill   for 4
III).'     lllll    l.l'.-l.'1'S   "111-   llllll   I'UHts llllOlll
•'.""■"     I'll \TS  I'm il.lsllNKSS ♦
iil'l! Mil IIAI.I.IliA V limit 11 plu 4
ntrr 'in all.vs, tl few s|nml-   ef   win-.
nn.l Mini., i.ilii'r a Irii-. nml I'liii.-ii-iii'i- *
 1     , 'I'll    Wiir   Ship,    TII ATS 4
SKII I.
1.    (,
♦  m ri.
I f^ ^fr^   Mixed Paint *
146F. \
M >\V M )l        111  und
1   lhe   paint,   thai    will   In
fii'Jl'SiB.irr" ;■'.. if'-'VfA    \ I < > I' I    I'.I  SINHS.S,
J. D. MCBRIDE
nt,   «
♦
9
Don't Miss .1 Good iliimj In
Tea and Coffee
50c. 1 ni ui 35c.
50c. (.'niii'i' ui 35c,
li,-st i|ii!tlllj  iii Un- nil,, fur iln- iiiiiiu-j
- AT-
R   N. FINCH & CO.
CliNI-T-'.rTlilXKKS
I'liiiiie Ills;.        Crnnhrnok, B.C.
G. T. ROGERS
ENGLISH   CURED
We have just received our third consignment
nl these Specially Cured Meats. A
Yorkshire Hams
Yorkshire Bacon Backs
Irish Roll
w
***
-/it
Cranbrook, stt.C,
9 «:* 9.9.9'*:«7*'.*'.9
1) -;:.;.■ ■.
ilnysilfli'l'lllll,   I  mi""" U.lippl;     "   Iii
Chiel     ',11 a-intli'f     "I      Lllllil       Ilui
Wiirka fnr IB-mil.     ' 'Iui»"  Hi"
l.lllm. IMU ll.'M'I'l! llllll   il '      I •'   '
Knnli'imj
I   ll",,,,:   Ill   .'   :■', Iltl li   III   I
 ll"'i'-, r '' "r„1;"1 ;'' ' " '    Carpenter  V.   Builder
1 in-iii i- ni.rili furl     I" • ., ■ ■    iln'iii'" '
,.,1.1 furl    III, ,,., 11       .-ii.-' aulilli "lulu,.
(II i'linin.  iln ...,     .   I" -   11 1, I   Wnil,   nl
thoni'i' nnrlli llli'lniin   In plu.'.   "I   	
HARDWARE J
9 9 ♦•>♦*♦«♦<>♦,. 9 9
M, DK!
R
\1 \
nun
Uelisiinnl.le  I'
lint,.il 111 iv.i, i,,,,,,i   Ih     l-i  dnj
April. 100(1,
II
Boot Shoe Maker
Ul Will*  -nni.-"il
:,. ,1 iv.ii'li MmI" in Mon*
!|,ilil<|iilil'tel's lui'
I'liRsil i-'tirit's
NUTS mul <'HOICK
C,'ONI''KOTIONKI1V
(,t, (.IV,,
.Soli, Drink.s
K, 1 m.-vittiu
Office and Workshop   Lewis St   Armstrong Ave.   Z,;:;.".\ n„t„
a imi Tobnooo, Pi|ins
null Ci|;ius
i   H.il.i'1' St.,   Cranbrook   :
**********************
'■9 PETES •■»
BARBER SHOP
lliisiipi'iii'ilili" li -1 ahnpln
1 U,nl,1,,,,!,. nml iflnil'linlees
.llllsflll'llllll In Sim, in;,.
llllll'I'lllllllir, "I"
Noxl  iiiiiii- in  A   1'  HownoKs
1111 I'riiiibri.nli HI reel,
P. J. I.citliausfir
I    I      Solid
MINKKAI. JIT
I'iiIIM  I''.
I'I'.l.TIKII'ATI-'.  OF   I.MI'UIIVI'.MIiN'I'S
NOTICE.
Pedro Minot'til Claim.
Siiiiiui'lti tin' Fori sii'i'li- .Mliiinii lUvisiini 11.
I'iil-I K'uiili'iiiiy IllBtl-ll't.
IVIIKI1K l.ni'A'IT.l': nn si. JUiy's i'lniiii-
iiliont una mill' from Muiysvill,,.
'I'AI.'M    Nll'l'll'l'l.    Unit   in-,   A.   l-i.   Willi.
Si Ill] I'.M.l'. Nn, rami,'I'lu.tuna A. rri'lirlititn
l-'.\li- No, lintil-l'! .1,ilui 1,,'iisii. F.M.C!.No,
lltllll'li',. lull,nil alsly ilny* lnnu llio ilnli' lii'ii'nl
In ll|i|ily Illllli' MilllllK Uni'iil'.l.'l' r<n- 11 ,-i-i'tlll-
c iin|,riiyi'iiii'iitsf"r llio inniins  nii-
tilllllllll ll I'llllill lilllllt ill Ilil'llllllll'i'lniiii.
.Mi.l liii'tlirr tilki    linlii-i- Hull  ni'lliill.   Illllli'.
PRICE   PER   POUND   25C
Procurable only from
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy ami Staple GROCERIES antl CROCKERY
Men's, Women's and Children*!'
Hoots, Shoes and Hose
Cranbrook,   •   -   B. C.
lLADIES SKIlTSs
|S|   I
.11...
Iiniiil iln. mill nny nt May. ll	
A. li, WATTS.
THOMAS A. t'liKliUITON.
.IIUIN l.l-.ASK. Ji
NOTICE.
TAKK N.illi'i' Iluu lliiilj iluys llili'l'1I11K1 I
iiiii-ii.l n,,i|,|,lv n. llu- elii,'l r inisslu  ui
1.,111.:- nml World ni Vii'lorln for u  Mm o
In 1 1 i-iil'l. niiny innl,,'!' In,in Iln' Inl-
li, iiiiiii, I, '-l'l Iln"! I'Ui'ls In Sillllll K"-l Knoto
ll.IV      .'"in.,.. Ill-Ill" ill 11 |l"-l   I'lllllll'ilO .Ill'
iim N.nilii'ii 1 1 "11,01 ran in'"n|. I, Uun	
nortli mi I'luillia. II 'U ..'oil III rlnillla, tlionoo
.illllli an i'linin-   III" 11-1 l'l i'linin-  I,,  pluin
IITIS S'I'AI't.lW
llnli'il lllis llllll iln. "1 Muy  A ll    IIHHl       -In
NOTICE.
Nnlii'i, It li 'r.'li.i irlvult Unil nil up|tli-
I'litinn ..ill l»' iiiixl" in Un- I'lii'llunionl
111 rillllllln III   Ul" pl'.'-i'lll  Si'-ai.lll ||||.	
nf fm nn Aul In iui'iii'p.ii'111" llie  fni'il-
ii,,., Yiill,,.   Hullwtl)  ('iiiii|iiiii,v   1.1-
sii'iict unil upuriili' 11 liin- nl 1'iiilwiiv
(nun 11 iniiili mi il<" i'li'ii.isii r'niiiniiiin
Simllii'i'ii llllibvil)' iieiii- iln- "inilliieni'i-
,,l |,;||| lllviii'iuul Ml.'linl i'1'iii'k, Hiei	
ullll,u   ll I-l    sill"   nr Klk  Hi.,-,- Inn
lllll I'lll ul   I'VllllllIU   llili'l"   llielii'e
llili'l Ill'IIHlorl.V    I"    'he    Klli'llllIU    llili'l'
viillev: tli fiillmvliiitl',iii'illii(! lil vol'
Inilii' tiui'tliiif IliiUi'h'UuCri'i'lti il	
Ill.l-llli'llslel'l)' llll'lljj  ll"ll|-i"ll;|l'i',',.|, III
Hie Allii'l'lil 'l! Im'..:   Illi'l   llili'l ll- ! S*Z
I'lislerl. iu lliu I'l'inil I   Allii'i'ln   lo \tZ
0 pulii'l   in   er    ni'tir  nl,,ink.;     0 fc
1 l.-ll III-11   lines   lip   llllll!.!, K.vin, Slllilli. \tSZ-
1,,.,.isiiiiii 11 'Inilii I'ri'.'iis iiii iii iim s:
I'i'iivit iif   llrilisli I'iiIiiiiiIiIii! ivlili'li   *tZ
Iiiir     iii     llllltt'll)      "ilil      11-    1,1'illli'lli's
mul     oil     III"      nui-lii,     ik,'i f     1,1
lie    lll'l'lliruil    I"    III'    I'll     Hi"    I'.'ll.'l'lil    _
jiiI.iiiiIiimi' iif Co Iii. Anil lui Hiei' lliiil   *(Z
llu' snlil ('nnipi.n. -Iml    lum' piimir tnJfc
,-iili-r iul (truillll.'lll mill  in nl-   S*Z-
■j li!   will ,V  llnllini)   I'l.inpiinj' S~ nn-ib.ru in
uiiiise Iln,- nf riill.viiv.nl' im liesiii'.' *P Uenici.s 111
»'" t'i^lVjrp/LnCm^tlh ?,T" M       LiVC   S<0Ck
11 -nl Hi-11 is 11 . 11I111111.111 in  A11 ii Tin.     I TS
Sinill, A .Inlin-len. t-.
«\ Si.ll.il'..'- fur Appl
WASH SKIRTS
Wrc   IIAVK   A    LAK'HK   ABBORTMI5NT   OF 'J1
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ij,i *» iu     iuu iu    t\     11.\ ivi 1 v,    nnr*\ n. i m tun I     ur j
I Ladies Wash Skirts I
T IHI
il III Pique, Liiion uiul Duck in f
|, White   unci    Linen   Slindes L"'
Prices Hanging From $1.25 to $4.50      *
Tweed Skirts |
in Tweed Skirts we have   nil   the   lutes!   styles      '!'
1*1
y     and shades, particularly tho |irottj' shades of Grey     t
Prices Irom $4.50 to $12.00
REID St CO.
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£ zz\
I P. Burns & Go. 1
•:; Honil Olllin,
C; Culitury, Allmrlii,
Miiin Offloo for Eu»t Kuutinuiy, -g
Criinbrunk, B.C ZZS
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WHoIcmiiIc nnd Retail 3
1 Meat Merchants |
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Abattoir and Cold Stnniei-3
nt Calgary, Alberta    z%
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