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Array Bureau Information &
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Vol. 15.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATUR l: A'
JANUARY- .'».   won.
No. 9,
<1I
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Sk	
M9M
1 Pi-
ii It
li,    "I1"''
kast   Meeting Year's
*x\if (ouncil
Report   on
Kootenav
'''ill   Secure   Property
' of   Water  Supply
Company
Tlie    Banana
Producing
Silver,
District
Mining
ami     l.catl
RIVERSIDE   AVENUE,  FORT   STEELE, B. t:
Thirty Miles of the Kootenay Central Will be Constructed This Year.
A
City
STORMY    MEETING   Fire at Labor
large
Council   make   Yearly   Report   to  the
Cranbrook   Ratepayers
Report   of  very
Damages
The mooting   in tho Auditorium on' Hunt's    liuures    indicated    thnt     It
Friday evening,   culled    by the City ' cost   tho city 420,080 to secure   por-
Councll  for tbe purpose of giving un' mnnent assets amounting to $6,600.
account of   what was dono   by them'   Rj-Aldormnn     McCowan    Inquired
during tlie   pust   year, was attended  w|lllt    „,,„   tho siilai-y of   the Chlof I Tabor,
by u very   smnll number of ratopuy-  „[  Police.   Answor,  $110.   Who     «'usi    A Inter
ers. tho   sanitary   inspector    and     what man und
The mooting    was culled to   order  was his salary?     Answer, Chief     nfjt" douth
by Muy0r   Kink, who stated the   on- Polico, snliiry tits per moutb.
Jcct of the  Council   in   eslllug   thej   Then tho salary of tho Chlol
Tlie production of lead In- the yoar
will he about 22,000 tons n.. Compile
— o  e<l wilh 28,1101)   tono In     1905, 26,389
fho Inst    rcgului   meeting   of the itonH in m*. ***>*> n-m tonB ln liH'7'
I'oscnt City Coimcil wae held In the! showing n gradual Inlllni! olf In Uie
1 Hindi Chamber on Monday evening.! "''"mc of output.
1 There   were   present   His   Worship)    Thc tcrm '"r wlll,ih "'" l*»d Hi nin -
' ryor Flak,    nnil   Aldermen   Hskcr,   '» Al;t "' 19M w«s opemtive expireil
1 "ulerson, Ryan nnd Hunt. on J,ine mb   »'    lhlB     t**f.     The
Uncords   of   Inst   regular   meeting, »mi»mt. ol    bounty earned under Its
|""o road and on motion   of   Alder-'Provisions     wax 1711,000, loavlng ol
""n Hunt nnd linker adopted as road   *■*><* amount originally     provided for,
il communication lr0m   thc     Rev,   whlch whs »2,500,000, nn unexpended
'Dwelling wns rond,   and on motion balance ol fl.TS8.floa.
A Aldermen Ryan and Hunt, was re-,    ''"i' 2*0 "' th" I|VI' y""' l"'ri"rl "'«
ffi cd to tho Health Committee. l)rlc,! °' lel111   *"'* I""*** "lll,v" Cle ln
communication from O.   R. Mof-
fi t,   secretary   of   the     Cranbrook
'    y Hnnd, wns rend,   und on motion
■ Aldermen   Ryan and Hunt, it was
(lived,  and strongly recommended,
'b-t the in cumin > council mako thc
,llll iiii:
Olltpilt
yoar
tins
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idlng
The
'Im
It was reported lust night thnt the
town of Tubor luul been wiped out
by lire.     That relief trains, with (Ire
lighting apparatus bud been sent out Inqiessary provisions, in their eBti-
from Lothbrldgo nnd Conlrldgc Indoles to give the Hnnd llnnneliil ns-
reipnnso to nn    emergency cull  Iron | Sfftance during tlte your.
rise limince committee    made their
orilnr monthly   report, nud   rocom-
'elided thnt the   accounts ns prcscu
,,'', amounting to »?,oti0.24 bo paid, i by the represontatl
time of going to   press, * Moved by Aldermen Henderson nnd i
report suys    thnt u     wo
two children  were  binned-
llie
meeting, that It wns necessary
the public eboiil'' kjiow what
done, and to Col '''■'' that
thing done wus lo UlO vei y
interests of the 'ity. Tbni
Council hud always consido; tl
public  good,    nnd     bud not nj
th"1 J lice is »12ii nnd n,
wus j suid Mr.  McCowan,
Mr. Harvoy uskeil tl.
many of the Council >
at   tho   meeting      belli
#110 pee
of foul,illtll
At
uml owing
weutlier, no
be obtained.
to     tlie   extreme    colli
further  Infiirmutlim cnl
every-
best
tho
ihe
I wed
uyo
how i
presiiu
Decembor 7.
'ere
WARDNER.
Tlit; City Olerk replied nni! snid six.
Mr. Harvey wnnted tn know why
it wan tlmt the newspapers had not
published tho business uf tlu- meeting! »nd if they (the reporters) tind
nut boon told nut tn suy Anything iihout it.
Constable Adney wont to ('run
brook un Mnndny nl^ht on ollieinl
business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilelnes, n und family
whn have been spending Now Year's
with friends In Klko, returned home
on Boturday.
Mr. Lund left Inst   Monday    nlcht
j'ersunulitles tu p""Vuil, when the
best interests of the city were at
stake.
I'e referred to the purchase of the
cemetery, and said tlmt Mr Baker
I, •mg neveral offer.- ( from private
pSluJiH !*uti b< * i»r hrmimnm
the city. Thnt the price wus 1500
for live acres, which cunta.uod BOO
lots, (or which the city received $lo
per lot. He spckie of the extension
of time given io thc Klectrie Light
Company's franchise, how the company had agreed to deposit a certified cheque for $3,000 as a pledge of
their intentions to commence work,
. and complete it at an eurly dute.
He said: "That the 1'rovincial
Government desirud to secure the
portion uf the joint Municipal and
Government Uulldlng, and was prepared to pay to the City the amount
which the City had invested, $7,500,
and that the Council would, if the
by-law   was ratified     by the   people
on the   Uth     of January, use    the fing tu the present conditions     »,„,„„„ Eduh and   Hml
amount     received   from the Govern-  tlio   school buildings tlmt the pupils nogor whn „,.,.,,   -(1HVlnK
nit thnt the accounts of the Klec-
ic tdght, Water   Supply and   Tele*
■one Companies   be paid.    Curried,
Bwilermon    Ityan nnil   Maker not vot-
Voved by Aldermen Henderson nud
'nnt that the account of the f\n\
verrnntile Co., ht* paid Mayor Kink
n»t v0ting.
Moved by Aldermen Henderson und' tho rntf of M»ty
*W that the accounts as presented!1*1* Amount of such
'*) the llnnnce committee, not other : "ct wnH   intended  t.
wse dealt with be paid,   carried.        , producer   of lend   a
London, and payments hml been nb
literatcd. ln the full uf 1907 th-'
price of lead fell rapidly, and the
bounty payments became oflootivc in
December. On Juno 4, lead wnn %12
10, and the full bounty was payable.
On June lilt, C12-r>, was reached.
This wns low water. A rise imme
diately followed, nnd the price has
varied from  C18 to  Lit.
In response to urgent requests from
this district, backed up as these were
of many inilu
ential papers, boards of trade, etc.,
throughout Canada, parliament biiw
fit to extend tbe payment of bounties
until June 30, 1918. Tbe new net
differs from tbe old i'i Hint tho full
rate uf bounty (7!i cents per 100
pounds of lend) is paid until the
price of pig lend in London bus
reached HI 10. instead uf GI2-I0 mm
before, per tun of 2,240 pounds when
s diminish d by
excess. Tli ■ old
* guarantee tho
steady    price of j
od .nni Unproved
'Hie   whole  uf  thl
Ims gnno to Hie Trail smelter    There
bos been n'  expori uf uie.
As n prn. ei ,,f silver lend ore
tliis mine st nds aleni, Us tonnage
fnr exceeding Hint uf all our other
mines put together.
I. K A I)
The gradual   decrease in
of lend produced in tbi- pi
im.'      three      immediately
yean- was   continued last
prr.diictiun fur sovot'ai y il
in tbe annual report   uf  the  Minister
of Miner, ff)r Uritish Columbia, wus in
round   tlgtires ns     follows:    In  1905,
56.S81.000   lbs.,  in     i".i;.   v» uv coo,
, lbs , in 1907, 17,739,000 lbs Now
comes ,i furthor decrease, for the es
timated    output   foi    1908  in    but   4a
j 775,000 lbs., this bein; lho lowest
tntui since 1904 in which year it was
about 87,000,000, In the production
nf this nietul Kast Kootenay lea da
witli nu output nf 37,000,000 lbs.. ,,r
69 pit cent uf the whole, and this
nearly all frum the Ht Kugene mine
uf which, by tin* way, ii mny tie
mentioned tlmt reporting last An
gust, the managing di recto i nf tho
Consolidated Minimi and Hmeltinn
company nf Canada, Limited, which
owub this mine nttiouR
nd* tlie directors tlmt
ore reserves uf the St
nre nonrly .mi por cenl
a yenr ago Ol'o 50 pei
in grade that] Inst yoar'i
been found betwne the i»no nnd
vein  a
and
■imitei
uth-i
' I lie
Kum
udvls
ihuble
group
than
bettoi
i;M   llii^
levels, on i
main
The report   of tin
tfiU»r- Dr. Oonnollv
Medical Health I-tlt'- «l««l
then.
alflfermen'",i-ffiftc
..nd Henderson ndnptcd ns read-
Mayor  Fink  reported that  the trip
for the fire alarm whistle had arrived a number   of t'hu young lolkK     of ed and that tlie whistle Would be in
Wardner in n most    agreeable     man   stalled ln a few doys. ;
Moved   hy     Aldermen     Hn^er and
knowledge                              *     - *■•»"•-"■■  ■ ;'-/"*«"* u^'":
i   tm New Year 8    Kvo   u very enjoy
Alderman Ryan stated that he had ablo  gathering    took   placo in    thc
personally   requested     the   reporters dining room   of the Wardner    hotel.
[not to mention anything about    the when Mr. and Mrs, Bohart entertain
j extension     uf     the   Klectrie     Light
i aanchise. ,„.,-,     i),ulcing was   indulged in until
"In regard to    thiH we would    say a late hour,    wben refreshments were
chat   the     full     proceedings uf     the served, and     everyone had a    grand  Hunt that leave be granted t0 intro
meeting was   published in   the Pros
pector of December.—Editor."
Mr. Harvey then addressed the
meeting saying that us n business
■imposition that he did nut think
it progressive business when It to-jk
*2t),\)t)ti to pay for a permanent
asset of (C.6U0, out of a revenue
of $2fi,l)UU, it looked as if it required
time   ami voted the evcn'ng one    of   luce bydaw No. .15 to     be known as
the most delightful of the season.      jta0 early closing by-law. - carried.
H.    B.     Northcott, who   has been!   Hy-law    No. 55 wus    then   read a
ubout    $2.50   per I"" [
i Pounds of lend.    The puw uct  prii«"ti  I
i  ..rtllji        i.i...»-n       I. ,.- ■'■      a-m    \n	
i equal to about. 48 cents per M\n
| pounds. The new act does nut other-
i wise differ from the old, The full
: rate hns been continuously payable
; since July 1 of this yea'", unl tbe
I earnings have been aboul $30,000 per
month.
Home slight changes have been made
in the regulntloim. Changes in own
urship   nnd     management   of   mines
1.51)0 f(
| 1,900-foot
tlie report
t-uiied  tlm'
i level, mid
in 2,000-fout.
f last      yen:
the ■> non fn
between
levels
it wus
»l   level
t hi-
ln
iliil
ment in purchasing a site, and build' could not meet in the ioi;eno0n dur-
asfaras possible a new Municipal |'»« the cold weather. That it
building. Tlmt it was more desir-1 l°ok(>d »* if the school fund had
able for the   city to own   its    own
spending    his Christinas holidays   at ,, ^ t| ()n        u       b   ,(tW N() j        f hc n,port(„i tn Uu, minister ...
the Coast,   returned tu   Wardner   on * , , . V. . t .  ■
Tuesday morning. ,5 Wft8 ^^ a Hecond time. I trade and   commerce.    Lessos claim-
School re-upened on Monday nna. Moved by Alderman Baker and I ing bounty, must show consent of
the young folks wore very glad to j Henderson, that the City Solicitor, I owners. The rate of bounty Khali
get back to their studies nfter two|t>e instructed to interview the School be computed according to the Loo
wee^s vacation. Trustees as to what   plans had beon i don quotations upon the day the lead
A farewell party was given at   *hc |adoptetl for the new School building,   in taken Into   stock at tho   smelter,
J Saturday       evening     in honor     of'(>r if th<jy hnd Ht'lected any plans.        such day   not     to be Inter thnn the
'Ml      I.VII.I.      1 II 1         1     »#....*_.. UmmaamA    k...     IMonmi..     U..m9    nm.l     U«n_l|ttfl^     (|ay     n*     ^[j,,     rnlelllll'l      niOtltt)     dUI"-
ing which the e>re was unloaded from
building, tire hall and  jail.
He then called upon Alderman
Hunt, chairman of the Finance Committee,
Mr. Hunt guve a detailed statement showing that the revenue of
the city anionn ed to 126,000, and
that the year's expenditure hud
amounted to $26,200. Hc also said
thnt $374 had been collected from
the road tax.
Kx-Muyor Hogers asked the Mayor
what had been the regular average
monthly attendance ol the Council
duttng tlm past  year.
City Clerk Roberts stated that the
average attendance was six.
Alderman Hunt, then, on request,
gave the following list of city officials and    their salary:
City Clerk  $100
Chief of Polico   lio
Constable     90
Jailor     75
Police Magistrate       40
Medical Health   Officer     10
Sanitary Inspector      15
J. A. Harvey asked what tho city
revenue was, an! what permanent
Work  had been done.
Alderman Hunt gavo the.' following
list of Improvements:
Sidewalks   $1,606
Street improvements
Repairs 	
Equipment 	
Cemetery 	
Debentures 	
Equipment 	
Fire Hall 	
Expense    	
. 2,202
11
167
500
, 1,725
107
328
70
Totnl  $6,470
Mr.  Harvey  Inquired    if there  was
any other permanent work done, and
was informed that   the street sprinkling cost $211.
Mr.   Harvey tlii-a     sold that    Mr.
beeu sidetracked to enable the passing of the Municipal building bylaw. He asKed the Muyor if it
was not a fact thut a petition hud
been circulated, petitioning the council to puss u by-law asking for
415,000 to build a Municipal building. The mayor had no Knowledge
of tho mutter, but it was brought
out that the City Clork had circulated such a petition, but hud succeeded ia getting but a few signatures.
Mr. Harvey said that it looked to
him us if the school fund was
sidetracked so as to obtain $22,5ou
lur a city building, and tbat he
Understood thai a buyer was ready
to purchase debentures as soon as
the by-luw Was passed. He asked
for the name ol the purchaser, which
was withheld under the professional
secrecy  ruling.
Rev, HiiKhes addressed the council
ro the removal of tenants in the restricted district, and also in regard
co tbe
that it
Sunday,
in town.
Aldermen Ryan and Hunt then addressed tho meeting. iflx-Mayor
lingers asked several questions, and
,J. C. McCallum asked several quos-
tlons about tbe Revclstoke school
building and the price nl brick; then
Sam Maedonald, the veteran of
many labor battles, arose and naked
Alderman Ryan If it was true that
he had discharged a workman be
cause he had voted ami worked
against him in the last Municipal
election.
Alderman Ryan said in reply "that
the man wus not discharged for voting, but for working against the
council In the lust election.
As it was late, the Mayor adjourn*
ed the meeting.
and Master    Moved by Aldermen Hunt nnd Hon
the follow- derson, that notice be given In writ
ing day tu resume their studies at;, b the City aiwk to the Water
Nelson nnd Spokane. Progressive', ' ' ., ... , ' . t ,.
whist was the order of the evening, !»«PP»y ( °- l'ii> oi th» intention of
prizes being given to the successful! :he Municipality to acquire thc
contestants. A dainty repast, foi-.source of the water supply, the re-
lowed by vocal nud instrumental L^ o! the company, the water
music, brought to a close   the even-:      , . . ,    j        ,      _-,
hm's enjoyment, which will long   belVorkri ■»■*•»■ lini1 lwid" und works'
remembered     with pleasure   by    the I Connected therewith and appertaining
participants.
The planing mill department of the
Crows     Nest I'ass Lumber company,
which litis been    rinsed     d,
thf    Christmas     holidays,
operations on Tuesdny,
thereto, whether without or within
tho limits of the Municipality pur-
mant to the Water Clauses (Vnsoli-
wn during]Ration Act, nnd Amending Act.—
resumed barrio.!. Aldermen Rynn nnd Maker
' lot voting.
Miss Verio Martin, in compnny It wns moved by Aldermen Hunt
with Misses Rdtth nnd Hazel Lund, jmd Ryan, thut the Council hold a
left on Sunday for St. Joseph's]public meeting, in the Auditorium,
sehunl,   Nelson. on Friday ovinia,  January, Sth, to
give an account of their stewardship.
On motion of   Aldermen Ityan and
Henderson,  the Council  adjourned nt
j 11-20 p.m.
if Vancouver has
Extreme Cold
the cars at the smelter grounds. For
the purposes of tbe act, tbe lend con
tents shall he determined by lire assay, as used in ordinary commercial
assaying.
The smelter of tho Sullivan Oroup
not   ;•:■■'
nugc as the
eh  J«
l,!)00-foo| level, but. (Ire*
cn! indications are tbat the former
will produce more than the lattt\r or
any other level in the mine The
grade of the ore is, however, lowei
than tlmt produced from the upper
wordings, Homo bodies of low-grnde
material have been found un the
nnd n raise from this
of u workable grade,
rosH-cutting un the
nre progressing, and
iw grade    ore bodies
2,H)0-foot lev
level shows i
Drifting and
2,200-foot lev-
one or   two
hnve been found. It will, however.
require work for another six months
or a year to determine the amount
of ore on this level." The ore concentrated Inst year in the St. Eugene mill averaged lower in lend and
in silver than thnt of former years;
it required 6.3 tonB of ore to make
one ton of concentrates. The aggregate production of the St, Eugene
mine for all years to June :t0, 1S0X,
was 681,311 tons ,,f nre from which
138,878 tons of concentrates were
made,   which   contained  3.951.Ml  o*-
Mining company at Marysville closed I ol silver and 162 905,421 lbs., of lead,
The production   for thc calender year
A Bad Ending
relating
the
Saturday Sunset,
the following nrtic
close of 1908.
"The year just closed 1ms been one
of great calamities on sea and land,
and that which marked its close, the
terrible earthquake) in Sicily, is probably one of
Hay by dav
details
100,000
down nt the end of February, md
has not since been in operation This
plant while in operation was supplied almost entirely from the mine
belonging to the compnny at Kimberley. The ore bodies are still
enormous, and it is lully expected
that an enterprise so promising, and
which under adverse conditions was
to a large extent successful, will at
an early date be taken up and vigor
ously prosecuted.
The communities nt Mnrysville and
Kimberley ure put into difficulties by
tho su spen hi on of   work  at this mine
and smelter,   and it is   much   to be
„ i hoped    thnt   resumption    will   come
Owing to the extreme cold weather  "*"
K 'about before the  penple
Sunduy Closing   Act,   saying  wrlting tlio"appalling loss of
wus safer to sell liquor    on
than let  your c0w run loose
if the past   week, and    minor   acci-
lents to our   power plant,   we have
the greatest in history. !nnt been able to get   up our   acelis-
t he borrow     grows, ai
wire.    At thl
turned amount of reading matter.
Will Build K. C. R.
ves is known, while the poor remnants of the populations of two
cities nre mostly insane. Tbe needs
of these people are an imperative demand upon the sympathies of the
Christian Wor.d. In these days of fnr
highly developfd communication can
tinents ure only minutes apart. Although seporatod from tho scene nf )«•- on th" 20th of January, anl that
the terrible disaster by thousands ofp.be rond     from    Galloway to    Fort
1908 whs about 23.000 ti-n-i of high
grade crude ore. As tbo St. Eugeno
is the largest luid mine in Canada,
it is probable tbe foregoing Informs
tion will be of genTnl interest
S I L V E It.
The production uf silver was larger
In 1908 than i-i eltnor 1900 nr 1907
Fur three yenrs the several totals
were: 1906, 2,990,000 u*.. 1907,
2.754,000 oZ., 1908, 3."37.smi 0*
West Kootenay continues to hold its
lend among the districts of the prov
ince producing silver, but since it in
eludes a much larger extent nf min
inp country than Bast Kootenay,
which cornea second, tho comparison
is hardly u fair one. Further, by
far tbe greatoi portion of the silver
produced In Boat Kootenny last yoar
came frum niv mine the Si Eugene,
with two others contributing 50,000
oz., each,  while in   West   Kuutenay  n
received today from Jnf*
the   effect that contracts
the building of 30 miles of     the
'Kootetmy    Central  railway  will     bo
A report
irny    is to
A
the
miles of land and sen the terrible
pulsation nnd human heartbeat ol
sympathy may be mude instantly
felt in Italy. Thoso sufferers are crying to us ami the rent of ibe world
for succor. Vnncouvor will surely
restmnl to this demand for sympathy
and help.
Itnlinil Consul ,\. '*.. FptTOl'it Ims Lul
acted with commendable proli -ptitude i jtfiV
nnd Ims placed In all i-bo banks,
newspaper offices, .nd other public
places in the city, stibicrlpcUn I'Miis
to which the charitably disposed may
contribute. Anv aumfl (-rut to thc
Saturday Sunset will be duly acknowledged In this paper nnd forwarded to thc consul.'
iHteele will be completed this year.
Doran-Butler
pretty    wedding    took place at
chapel    of thc St. Kugene hospl
nn Thursday      motn'ng,   when
Father   Ohoinol united in mnr
ringe Miss    Annie   Butler t., Mr.  V.
Doran.     A number of friends of the
Contracting parties wen    present nnd
wished them     many rctui tin
happy event.       Mr. and Mrs
will reside ia Cranbrook-
forced to
■ leave their homes.
'    The   North     Star   mine,   which i*
close beside the Sullivan at Kimbcr
ley, has under the management of N.
■ McL. Curran had a prosperous yoar
and bus been one uf ttu largo ship
pers. *
The   St.    Fugene mine    at   Moylc,
now the property of the Consolidated
Minim: tt Smelting compnny of Onn
iida. has somewhat  more Ihan main
tainert      its     enviable      roputntlon
throughout the year,    Since tho set
tlement reached   with   Its employees
at about the first ,J tho year, worVi
has  proceeded    very      Sl end iiy.      Tho
manager is IV   Stewart,  Ksq., M.   K
of RoHHlunl, tho resident superintendent is S. ti.     Hlaylock. lhe nccoun
tnnt 0,  A. Kamm     The force nt till
mine nnd .mill   consists of about  450
I mnn     Development      work    hns been   yielded   19,000 oz.,   nearly  two third-.
mM ,in mt,    6mt.f,.,,; rcmilU   ^X,S lTd ?-S.""SlS. &
the 0r« r-»-rveH btiviAK hirn nfcntiy t|,0n ona-thlitl from tlio Ikcdn mtti"
I the ntraiKthranl. Tlm mill In tlio Inrg- on Mowsby Islunil ol il"' Um-in Char
Uorun ent.   nnd best rqulppw)   plttnt ol tbe | lotto xroup.
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Interesting   Items about This
and" That
Yssr's Ore Shipments
Nominations  Monday
Calgary   Cattle   Co.
Fresh  and Salted Meats,
Fish and Poultry in season.
l-OTS     OF     FINE    YOUNG
TURKCYS   JUST   ARRIVED
Orders by Mail will receive prompt attention.
Order by  Phone, 45.
■I'li. „r,'   slilpraeuta   from miDH •*•    s""-"*-'**-" ■ >"'   Muyoi  nntl Alder
the Crniibi'ouk   district foi   tli.- |,'H ■"•'"   ""'      ''"•''■ hl '"   ivill tuke
.   ,.  rollow, place, in tho   Council Ohiimbei ol the
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> el low   Peril Ayain
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tends thai     thi ipac      .. '   il' Ii
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against th,' C. V It „n the l'aojiie wi,h mrvat
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Ive Aasuclntioii will bo
,riii   -ii  Jnnunry 83rd.
I nm   wim to huvo boon
:l i on  Jiuiiini'j   23rd,
thnt city   wiiivoil thoir
ir tliiii cortnln mattors
thr     ..bjeet oi driving thun oil llr'1   ns;l",' '"  ,
, ..      .     . ive th,   \""i '"' '''"' '"'   '"kl'"   "■'   wlllcl1    c'""l'l lu,t
,_M havo vt't'ii     dinciiBned, in   Knttilooptt,
"iv siitisl'ni'ti.iy to nil I'oiii'orned.
l.n.jii delegates will be tunned in n
w dnys.
Are Coming
ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE
CALGARY, ALTA
NORTH     STAR    HOTEL
KIMBERLEY.   B.C.
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H     W.    DBEW,    Proprietor.
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Do ■:. it lail ■ -w the I on! in Vhii
dovllle v>'! iBered in Crnnbrooli nes'
Tuesdaj  and Wedm iday,  January •*•*•
.ind 13, at the   Auditorium      Six
\\'e have the finest
Cooked HAM
you ever tried.    l;or Lunches,
Picnics, (.';im|-iii.n etc., it is delicious.
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P BURNS * oo..Ltd
Hand  inl..-.
hi gar y, Albt'itu
[VUm Oftko for EftSt  Kootonuy,
Cm n brook, B   C.
the biRgeat acta   from     tbe big *.ir}
culta   il thi  easl     Having just open"
ed the two new   Empire   Theatres   »|
Calga y find    Edmonton     Conslstlj
of the Musical    SpraugeUos, in the]
great act   "Satan's     Pastime", T
two John-...it's.     ''"lured singoi's al
dancers     Mantells   Marionettes,    A
Wats n v (',,    m "The Dog Cat hi
1 ozarro hand     balancer   and equtlJ
brist, in all   the best and only vai
rievtllo   yet   oflereh In the west,  Pol
ular price-* will prevail.
Among the Craft
Selkirk Precoptory held a regular
.nonthly assembly in the Masonic
"emplr nil Mondny evening,
Rocky Mountain Chapter it. a. M.
vill hold n regular monthly convocation mi Tuesday evening next, in the
Chapter room of thu Masonic Temple,
A Bio Attraction
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BUILDERS
ami
CONTRACTORS
I'I.ins, Specifications
nnd Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
It I-, seldom thai theatre patrons
get tin chance to witness a combination "i Vaudeville, such as will be
presented the Auditorium, Tuesday
nnd Wednesday, January 12 and 13,
-■ thi  Empire Vaudeville   Oo.    The
.■,.,.any iiuh jum concluded a trluw
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fury nnd Edmonton at the Nov Em
jalre Theatres in these cities, croatlng
a Bensntlon and introducing for the a
first time In Canada, real vaudovllle.   X
A new School Building       ♦
On B;ikev .Street, one door west
of Messrs. Hill & Co., the only
place in tuwn that can make
life worth living.
Cosmopolitan Hotel
E. H. SMALL,   Manager.
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I'lll    |Hl|liln   nl    tliu   public   rilllluul   Willi! I
unable to l"«'|. warm In tllc old bull- 4*********************  ******************
vv,: iln 11 nr  the     past   week,     h nee *m*w**■•>*•
thoro wiik im school during the fore-    ——
was no
noons.     Cran
not too poor
to furnish a comfortable building for J
the  pupils,  even  if the  weather clerk T
sends tbo thermometer to 30 degrees ▲
below zero, X
Affected by the cold
A  Mountain   Pass.
Owing to tho extreme cold weather
-'». of the past     week, and    minor acci-l
A MOUNTAIN PASS In the malnjdenta to our power plant, wo have:
not been able to got up our accustomed amount of reading matter.
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
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ROOM    THK   PROSPECTOR
PtONMHR  PAPKH OF  RAHT
KOOTHNAY,
The extreme cold   weather, accom-1
pan led by a   heavy    snowfall in tho
****• \ Pass, trains over the CroW havo lit'en
delayed to Home   extent     during tlio
past week),
Repairing   and
Fress'ng-        Dyeing  and Cleaning.
C.
FARRANT
Successor to L. Cohn
Cranbrook's Up-to-date Tailor,
ARMSTRONG
AVE.                   CRANBROOK,    B.O.
I Ham and Bacon 15k3w
♦      will
i i .1  situ ■'■''■ uumts   no itlwtty*  rrouli  Htunk      We
ll Mtii  litu.c  '.nu  will agree
ii...  thul    Iihj    i! ■■■  ' '■'■  U**s\   lliivored   and    mosl
J ~i.ii,.' snmkoil   meats you  have evei   eaten 9
I P. Woods & Co.j
♦    PHONE 57 P. 0. BOX 154   X
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♦ Heating   and   Plumbing j
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The most fashionable and
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR,
Cranbrook b.c.
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nnd yd youi ^inituU at the C.C.S.
airv-c tis a ik'taC^ ■tH ean k&wiM tfou.i
Rubber  Dollar   Store
0. W. VANWOHMKH, I'HOI'RIETOH
HANSON A.VENUE CRANBROOK, R.C.
Wc Huy Everything
HORSlilS, STOVES, nuw tind  seoond himd  KURN1-
TURK.   CROCKERY   mnl   WEARING    APPAREL
WE SELL wlml we liavu In stock at prices thut
will siirprisi' you, A visit to the Dollar storo will con-
vince you that wo huvo the goods, and can sftve you
liliy per cent on nny goods purchased.
Wc Buy and Sell For (lash
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We  are  offering some  snaps  in
Dinner Ware particularly  a
We have others ranging in prices
from $20 to $40 at reduced prices.
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HILL & COMPANY
Cranbrook's        Greatest        Store.
The well dressed man wears 20th Century Clothing.
Wt are the Agents for this Celebrated Brand of Clothing.
Wc can supply you with a suit from $13.00 to $35.00.
We have the very latest styles in Overcoats from $18.00 to $35.00.
"QUALITY
"QUALITY"
We are offering exceptional bargains in the following seasonable goods.
Boys heavy underwear from VOc. per suit.
Boys Sweaters from 65 cents.
A few little Boys' Suits at prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00
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CANYON   ON   VSILD   HOUSE   CREEK,
Just, above tliis Canyon,  in  1864-6 there wore over I,nun plncei miners intrant**! in taKinti . ■ - if ohi    ..tni the
government  rocords show  that ovor $17,000,000 has heen tuken mil      Thene piacei   miiu**  Im •   buen  worked Ci
iitiniinusly   Blnce thnt     time and tbi    amount   produced  iln-  yeiir i- entlnmted at  $2S.nt)ii.
|THE PROSPECTOR IS ALL KIQHT THE      PROSPECTOR      IS      UP-TO   KI-:KI-      YOPR      EYE      ON      THK
ADVISE YOUK FRIENDS ANU DATE IN ITH JOH WORK   OIVE PROSPECTOR      IT [H ALWAYS
LET THEM   PARTICIPATE. US  A TRIAL. PROGRESSING
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In   The   Mountains    Twenty   Miles    Frum   The    Tuwn   ur    Wilmer,    li.   0,
mm Pago I.
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am.   MA( DON \LD,
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everywhere, because of
its richness and pleasing
llavor.
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CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
M t-i'i'j I'VIiIiij in H |,.n,
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i ins   smith. \V. I'iv.i,i, i,i
M,  ll. IIII.I IMS. Si'i'V.
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;l I'm K\ Mountain (iliaplur 5
| Nil    I'Jfi,   It,  A. M, ;
1     ..''"in'"'..'''''"'"''! "lit ,''l«iu   j'
I'liii'k. :.
THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY
THL FISH BRAND SLICKfR
is th^man who
hai trwd to get
the same seme*
out of som«
other make
*7        ^OWEft;,
Clean Light ■ Durable
Ouorant«d Waterpwo*
(mil Sold EverywMn
Thi    i'i" . ii    cottti mplates     notUBK
:: ■    ■■ :,■..' ![.,;     till ■'■    LTt-nCI     ;
■ ■ .,;. .:.-,.     if   til     Dl
■ i. ■ ■ • nmont.   tin     iiii.'i > ■ i
UttHwaj     to u li
;;!'. set! mei  b
b n 'u.   i,, ih,   Mai itlme Pri I'Uutfs
the  recent    Vexh   ■
nti        it    wa«     represented     '-■
L-rythii        whs  well    ivltli I hi   li ■
'..■:   mil  that new i    I
. ■:   witered Inti   for the p    •   ■
making   it   ,i   sell susUuuuj       l
tt was  th  ujfhl   that I
. iii ti
..'>i' impaoj micb
-.:.'-'■      moi hods  and  aafcfi
■■.:.:■ i   vi*,i:   profit   i'11
S   .v   ■ hi   ■ at  is   iut    ■  tbe bag  ai|!
■■■   ■• - cn ts ii' |>ast> over the sy&em
■. .-.       npanj        in] ■-•■*:  ol < '*
,'■-'•        It  is   clatwd   ,i
.    not d    •■   sell   to Ue
eca .*"■ I bat lit; > . bi
• :■■   li'. elopment  ,.i  w>st
Aiiere it;;    iai ue landel
i
:,-    that   Mn-   Influence bi
• ■ nmi ni   favor the  leaf
loud to nun interpsted^i
':■'. ■■-' ■   ti   ■   ■':-;.,! tai Ion  and  tmlii;>«.v
• ndvantajie it   would   be t1
levi , ■ East as the Catiafian !';»
..    ■   ^-eloped the Wesl
UKANUUAN    APPLES   AND
I'KAKS, PIGS, DATES,
TABLIfi KAI8INS
STEWART'S    KINK
CHOCOLATES
Hugh Stewart
IMIONK
PHONE
Tl
Sojournii^   (-niii|iiiin
I'orillulh iii'.n.'•!.
,iv    :.
3:
Cranbrook
Livery
w,' null you to cull nml try
uur ii,mv C'oiiBlgnuieni nl new
mul     l'ii in iIjii,'    nes     for
Wiuii'i    juni   Siiniiiii.r     .lust
,-n'M, nl 'I',,|i|ih jiml llrliiilil,'
HnrniiB j,l yullr ,lis|)„Biil.
lliv,' tli,',,, ii innl jiiiiI I"'
cnnvlnccil.
I  IT,    i   uiiliiiink,  11, '
:
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:
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the
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 Vltt
hini: Pederal elecln-,^'
Hon . i Patterson is confident fliai
the first session of the new fecUrsi
parliuiutnt will be a short one 13^
vi'liu. the Opposition does not exL'i<
rise tm. forcibly the preroRatlves ol
its ii 11 itnlnatiun. We thinK {lit
leneth ol the session depends non-
1 11 ill" CJovernment Tin* Latiiei
Admin   tration     haa been vouchmlort
♦ .-> new ii'.-.-i- ol life, and hus certain
9 tasl • in perform to which it is r,*.m
t mitted !.. us leader. We are cunn
T   ti.iit  tlml  Mi. Borden and bis rollo*r
4 ort«itc!i "'wrMy umtoion" W't- jfj,
9 indeed, convinced that tin- Conservn
♦ tlve 11. ui'i.iv will waive for the time
t those privileges to which wc hnve
X referred nnd nnder all thp ussistniice
m in Its |io»ver in thc direction of aid*
^ my  legislation for     thc good of the
♦ cotinti        li the Government adheres
♦ tn its unte-election   plctlses, nil will
♦ yo siiiniilily.    There aro   some mat-
♦
t-asilj
tin'
■u de
alrable towns in whicli to live    Here
is the lake with its   cool    ! ■-■*■■• In
iin   -iiiniiu'i   ah.1   1 ij 1   ,1,,,'t oi iee
tor .4t.itiii., in the winter Those who
are (ond ol flahlus and buuUug can
find plentj opportunity here for then
[ftvorite sport And In metitloiiiuK
the resources oi Moyie we must also
beai in miml that we have the nun
cultural liiml thnt is second to none
anywhere, .mil upon which fruil and
m'i.■!•! tble« are grown ui abundance
The si Eugene mine Ih steadilj
bocomiuj .1 greuter nnd more vnlun
ble proper! y Ore 50 pei cenl bettor
in grade than last year's average hus
been found batween the 600-foot and
sun tool levels mi tin- main vein
above tho L.600 loot level, nud be
•wi'i'ii ihr i.sou and 2,000 foot levels,
and the whole mine is in a more sub
stantial condition Many improve-
have been made at the mill
the past year, and the system
■if saving values could n iw scarcely
be Improved upon, The St. Kugene
is a steady shipper to tbe smelter nt
Trail, and is the hest pnying proper-
i> ni the Consolidated Mining nnd
Smelting  Company
After tho st,  ICtigeno, the     Aurora
mine cilues nsxl  In Importance.   The — 0-
organization     is  Incorporated  under   _
the nam.- ..I iiu>   Aurora   Mining and    I efttTlS   und   drives   TUT
mlllloS ZS^in"sit Sof.'nfSont-l   nJShed f°r lVerV P0m*
Edison Theatre
Krasei \ i lutchison
**tx\.Y. I'ltOPKlKTOHS,
MOVING    PICTURES
nul
ILLUSTRATED SONGS
I In- lie.si in Cranbrook
al   the
Little   Picture   Parlor
ilmt runs continuously
The  Most   Up- to - dute
Wit»s in Crunbrook
jHANDLE Y
STABLES
G. UELANGEE, Proprietor.
$5.00 CASH
$3.00aMONTH
in the   District
Hay und Outs for Sule
iimii'
llll,    'nil us
vmi need 11
nl nny  Unii'
ritr.
i      11   I.. IliiTiiw i.i.i.. Si'i'lhi
I lllU    I , 111 MIKI mil.  II, ,
'V>M^i,»»„j»»Mm»*»«»*»„»»»«„»»i«M,»«„i|-'
ANCIENT ORDER , FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
Mil 'I'S    l^i'    IS'I,   "I.'I,    I lirilhl! tl s
IN CURLINO RINK
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I'  Mi'KKNNA, Chi','1 Itnnifr
.1. SIMMS, Si'i'i'i'inri
|,  \\    Kl   I I.KDGI'
M M V       V S
1 mmm ni,     1,1     iti'in   y,'    ■ ■■
, •• I, ... T nn,.        l-'i-
iji'iiii'iii, jm ., M,., j,   .  nl M,.|
.    ,     .. ,.,,.   1 ' . KII
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*LL   C»LL3   NIGH'   I O*' o»OMPTL . .'
OFFICE   A'    UCKINSTRVS    - VERV   BARN
I   KANl'.l.'l ink'      III'
I     Try This For Catarrh.
if-l-; arr tm
Slino,, is rntal
mil. Mentliol,
i course, in reRtird in wldcli
val parties mny join Isaue,
opposing views of the same
are involved, but thc Conaor-
afe ns clear-slglited as the
mcrtihers i n the right of Mr. Speaker In detecting legislation calculated
to ad unco the Interests of the Do
minion, and we believe that differ-
being supplied bv mail L'mv" uf opinion ou points of detail
fferers. There is no will iut l.e allowed tu thwart the
iimi whatever. inn in issnr     Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has
ling Oi] of Eucalyptus,   been uivui   liis   work to     tinisli.    If
•rgrecti, etc.,   tnn(   Wn;k   pr0vea in practice    what
ng il
i-lik
redients into
[ported
.hoop's
! and
•r and
. these
rithout
his pt't,.e,-si(ins maintain It tu be,tlie
Premier will have thu gratification
of lendlnt< n House unusually devoid
of   discord.       News   Advertiser
throat. Tl at all m
irlnt 1 xes re
i! arge,
m : -[ it$ fully 'I--
tl c -. .:■■-   ■■ tli -
II   ■   ■ irrh   nai
r   1  ■■
■-'■-'■'    I to iir ti1 ed it''
it   a       ■  ■ '■ '     cui     is   to   !.r   expecteil, .   .   .   •
1 ■ '> r- . ■  - nn's    Catarrh
■ ■- '       -Tr lent.     ^Ult'  ■'   nnmbor of    ovenln
■     ,. ,   pie   parties wen' bvld in   Oranbli
ind ever)   here,   imi thc past  week.
w    '. *   i r.i".: it i \ ii • •
So.mni •    ,  '■   ■
Phe  Cranbrook   Herald    Bays that
[rate  heyonTdouirt    the appu tn ment  of Tom     Taylor as
.... minister   of     works was n lomou in
ftnded  down   tn   the   the stoC'ing of     Ilill llnss.        NoVcr
hrop'-i    iiiiml,     Ilill may  gel      one of ninther
Hy   kind in due time      CJrceuwood htdje
( b.nsi'
nk   lur
Mi
w.  u.  Mk.vrn
rtakvr.
Km Imi    ■'-
I     ru'l'lll   llinvlnl'.
Cl.'AMiKi miK.   U.C.
Su. J uu Ou * i*   I   BO.O I ai i ituu
BEATTIE 6,  ATCHISON.
Get a  copy ot
the
( il, ,il    \\    -'     Lil      Am- II in, i
Company's
PAMPHLET
\   Kl
Subset
v     Year's    resolution:
The Prospector
pioHporlt!
if 1:111:1    bring you
than  thnt   ni HUH.
i'l tl.
UB.HUI.TS  TO   I'ul.
HOI.ni'KH
1 ki-
1)  W.  SWAIN
in
HTHK'T   \i;i':VI
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w. cline :
Leap Year Is now n thing «-r tl»'
pasl Cranlirook Imcholora enn mw
attend Pink Tea's, or nny old iu rty
with a certain degree of safety,
The Herald has always nppofod
gambling in t'-ranbrook and we vant
to say once more that wherevt-r a
public game is being run it. shotill be
stopped .Mure gyod men go to hell
through the evil Influence of gambling
than through the curse ol drink Cut
the tinhorn gambler out ui Crtin-
broolt He ahould md he allowed to
remain in town twi-nty-rour lioiinw
Wo wonder if this is n New Senrs
resolution by the Old -Man. ur imi
he has been touched, •
British Columbin promises to grJ n
rcplltatlnll   in   Hie  east   a.    "The   I'niV
ime tlmt. found itseli " Hcarlffii tu
tlir Hamilton Spcctatoi "liriUsb
Columbin apploH shipltcd lo Auslnfllfl
r nnd hii'h prices,   The coasl pro
vince Is finding Itself these duyH "
sesBable     shares     W   .1.    Kelt 1mm is
president an I     manager, and   .1.  w.
Fitch is vice-president.    The directors
ire   K   11.   Kainni.  ll.  ll.  Dimniock, j
nnd   Dim  McDonald.   There has been ]
nearly 2,000 feet oi work done on thc
group     In  t hc   main    vein     the ure
averages about   thru'     feet,    and  in
values runs     about G5 p( I* cent. lead '
ami nearly 80 ounces in silver to the
tun.   Ai. the time of writing this ar-
tide the new five thill compressor isi
installed and ready  to run.    lt   is the
present Intention to drive n tunnel a1
short  distance above    tho lake level,
which will give n     vertical depth ot
IJO feet,   to strike     the lirst    known
ure     buily,    although   unknown   ure
bodies may be encountered  while do-  I
ing  this work.    At   the present time
considerable    shipping  ore    is   being
taken    mil   hy  band,    When    the lake
freezes over this ore will ho brought
across to the     railway and shipped.
The Aurora  promises to be the next I
dividend payer in Must   Kuutenay.        j
The Society Girl Mining Company's||
property is situated    due enst of thc
St. Bugcne, ami on the same mineral
vein.     The   property     is about two
miles east  of   Moyie.    This     mine in
its time Ims    shipped  a considerable :
quantity of ore, 12 carloads, netting! —
$5,000 from    surface work-lugs alone,)
the ore being galena and    phosphate. \\'
of lend.    The     company    own seven ■
Crown granti*d  mineral     claims free |     ;•  \ct'i ilt
from all    indebtedness,  nnd  no debts
beyond the     available resources   for
immediate  payment   will   be  contracted.    The   present     Intention of the
company is to drive a tunnel north
erly 900 feet,   crosscuttlng the veins
nearly 4W1   feet    vertically below tbe    ......      .. u ...      . r,      .
present     worMugs,   Installing    plant   All KllHls ol Suanml Mami Goods
nml machinery.    Splendid progrcHS is        Kui'tltllin1   a   SPECIALTY
being  made  ,n  driving     Ibis tunnel.
nnd  those    who  have      bought   stork
ran rest    aflsured that    every   dollar
will be expended to good purpose.
. Tlio   Hall    Moi ll    properly udJotnB
the St     Rugene and lies   just on the  Su;
edge oi the town     It   Is being Work
in Everything From
in a I Aicomotive
JOSEPH H. MCLEAN
ni'.AU'.K  IN
Ill.'YI'.K  Ol'   l'l K'S
is iilil  'Sitiiiil, Han-ton Ave
i>,l l,y ji liinil Kyi
Mill!   11]]   Illnll,'V   ,'
a tunnel     vi ,'n
SS0 fl',1.    IIchIiIci
iciltl'   Mil,,  lilt-   |»lt
li   niiiiilli i,, drive
111   till-  t Illllll'l   is III
tliis   tiintii'l thorn
lire Boino <i|mn riitn,   Tlm nii'inliem ol
tlio ■ynillcntc Iimv" it I ii'iisniiK fur
liollovlnu tlml  Hum  imvi' mi ,'\r,'lli'iu
|irn|„,sil ioi,
Tin-   I'iilnln uiil      Miimii'     i',,lii|iitn>
it'lllcli     Iiiiii iiriiuli'i'il     tlio liotl	
lower Moyio luko, Imve I,  oubiikoiI
ni sinkiim ii nisi inm sluill to I'i'il
rock. They linVe exporloiicoil coimlil-
ornblo difllciilty III ilolnu Hiis, Imt
Imve in,I nliiiiiiloiieil tlio project by
jiny iiii'iins. The in,ii liriiinil tl"'
ScllCllll' Iiii v.- ;ilil|il,' llllllll.  t,, c plete
tlio pliiii ivliiili Hi'-y jii tirsi ..iiilini'il,
:,n,l there is n qui'siii ii about tlio
cimipnny miikinu iti ml.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY  COMPANY
SILENT 0^EZ«mSfWtl
ALSO   SECOND    HAND  MAt.'IllN'KS
Kin: SALE   CHEAP AND TO
IIKN'I'.
GEO. P. POWELL, Agent
Armstrong Avenue,
i'iiuii.'  Ui'i. Crniilii'imk. IU.'.
Cranbrook
Trading Co.
I'hoiif. 183.
Wo uro still bnndllng
LOQOINO TRUCKS
FLOUR nnd PEED
VEHICLES, IMPLEMENTS
Agents for the Famous
MAYEKSSTOCK  FOODS
Frank Dezall
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
antl
WOODWORKER
Itullhl'l'   'I'll',",   API,III',I
To liiiitny Wheola
AI1E.VTS    POR    t'ANADIAN  CYCLE
AND MiiTult CO'8 UICYOLHS
Repairing
I Phono CO     *  *
ii Specialty,
p. I). llm 213,
Tssj-.-^.y.-yTr
,| tl 1,1  M.inu.il.li   l,„
\l,\.\l'l'ni:.\ IKi'l'Kl,     ♦
♦
|,',l,..l   , '„,..   Worli   In ♦
Tonsorial   Art ♦
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W .   LKAUi
|   The llunli ul Com rou Ih
r.,nullum llunli Im Ihhiiii roRiil
Im liml
,|   Irnv
MASONRY
nllora' cliMpicH,  iiiui!   perl	
.um,' .,,'i'vi,',' iii.    dono by tli
oil',   till'
llliilll'V
si,'iim   I:.,;,, uml Ki,,-  U,.,'l<
..  j Ol'llor   1,111,llU   1,1    till'   l'X|H'l'SU   ,',
IP,Mill.   IU'I'    lUHllOll    ill    I'ulinUs
npilll'l's
li'iii.ml
- Mini'
1 nnlliill i   uml   OIlOll   cllt(|IIC  lll'lll
.     Ml,   il
Clusl ami Stink Ksiiinaltif,
| [nm Hi,- ,',|iiivulonl jinn.mn ii
il   muv In' I'uslu'il  in     lll'ltlllll
I   will' ll
|M    '.I'l'll
1  lll'llislit'tl 1   | ii ,11 A|i|ilirn
j „■  ull Europ i conntrlOB.
\ letter
lillll,
'0 Box 834,
nl Inilicittlnn    is   riven     it'll
1 bonks mill  till' ,-bi'l|lll'S uli' i'n
their iiit'i' vuluo wherever pre
i    1 Ill's,'
died lor
u'litcd
ANNUAL
EASTERN
CANADA
EXCURSION D.J.JOHNSON
CARPENTER   AND
BUILDER
CONTRACTS SOLICITED.
Low Round Trip Union to
ONTARIO, QUEBEC. AND
MARITIME  PROVINCES
HOUSES
Tickets   ,,n salo Don.  I to Deo, 31,     [>„,.   sjui„ Dc it,,„t „t Reasonable
iiu'liisivo, i;,„„l tn return witbln three Prices
n.miii lm.  '
Tickets Issued ilTconncctlon, Atlnn-   OllircV Woi'K'sllop    Lewis St.
Iir   Sli'lllllsllip   bllsltlOSS     Will   111!      nil I'llllill'   No,   118,
mills (linn Nov. 21, and limited from
in,' nuliii lis Iliun dull' ol Issue,
Killi'i.t     I'llllill I.    Slull'illl'll    Pll'st
Class Sloipiiiji uml TniiiiHt. Cars
mi n,li Tlirniiiib Trains.
iw<i# 'i*v ii"*Tvr"ri
imMmMi-'x-A
*WM^,0m
Prospector Sir?
2 TIIIIIIIMlll   nXI'IIRHH 'I'llAINS
DAILY
'I'lIK "TORONTO I'XI'ltKSS"
Loin'os WlnnipuK dully lit H3.ll) mnk
Inn I'oniu'i'tii'iii; al  Toronto lor nil
points oasl and wesl thereof.
Apply to neuroet O. P. R. Aiteut lor
lull lalormfttiuu.
WANTED.
I.IV1-: nOCKY    MOUNTAIN  QOATB.
hive Rocky Mountain Goats nre
wanted for Zooloplcnl purposeB. I'**!
mlt.H to catch and export tllCSO «ni
molH will lie iHHticd by the Provincial
authorities,     add rosin:
Dr. OKOIIj PRBNOH,
Naturalist.
1 WashlDRton, D.C.
\ THE   PU6SPECT0R,   CUAXBROQK,   tl.   0..   JANUARY   '■*.   liW'.i. Pug
lim*j^4s*\)4\J4s>*,SfV*t*****4W
t^mamam\s^t^tftt^4s/tlfmss^a^4^i^ima^
Preparatory to Stocktaking.
mm wm mm m
FROM SATURDAT. DEC. 26, TO SATURDAY, JAN, 30,
Wu ;ui' fining to make a supreme effort to beat all former Saks Records. We have determined to do so in order to make tins
month's sales surpass any former sales and to reduce all lines to the lowest possible point by February ist. at which time we
take stuck. Do not be alarmed about not having any snow or cold weather and let lhis Crand Opportunity of securing the
very      best      merchandise     at      Wholesale      Prices      pass      you,        because       it       will       noi       occur       again       soon.
Read     the '   following     Prices     and     cor.sider     the     great     chance     of     saving
t**s*t/tet*tstmm4++fa/t/t.*t*i+m0a^^
FINKS
SALE
Carss' Famous Mackinaw
Clothing
ItGgulur >,r.Mii Cunts for   #0.00
ll.lii          I.7fi
rrfiD        1.25
.-..ilii        4 on
l..'ii Pants       3.iiO
8.50      2.75
Carss' Hand Made Socks
and Mitts
Carss, Hand Made #1,50 Socks in.  .$1.20
1.23     „ ...  1.00
,'iiic Mills ut...    .40
..    Heavy   Wool       -10c Socks at 80
,, ., 85e   ..
,, ., 25e   ,,
Blankets, Quilts, Pillows
Grey Blankets regular #8.50, tor.. ,.|2.fell
8.20
11 HO
II. HO
ti.illi
         -I.i'0,  ..
■1.75,  .,
While     ,, .,        8.50,   ..
Hudson Bay Blankets,   7.00,  ..
H.nO. ..
Cotton ,. 2.nn  1.5(1
Quilts,   lli'vulitr #2.011,   for #1.50
8.30,   Inr        S.bll
I,llll,   Inr ...    8.2.0
Pillows. Uugilhn'#2.25, for    sl nn
1 ."in        I.2H
1.75      II"
Jardinieres
2 only Ki'!.'. price si! (
  #1.75
2 ,.                .,       2.00  UO
I .,                 ,.        I 72  1.25
1 ,.                 .,1 50  1.10
I .,                 ,.        I 85  1.00
I .,                 ,.        l iT,  !)0e.
I .,                 ,,        1.00  70c.
NOW is  the  time to consider careful}} vour clothing  wauls.      OIKS is the
kind nl   clothing   that   is  guaranteed   in   every respect, good ,*6j days in the
year,  and worth  ion   cents   on   the   dollar,  but   to reduce the stuck we make
the followinfi  lixccbtionally  Low Prices:
Regular  #10.00 SUITS   for ... # 7.50
14.00         10,75
IH.00 ,.         .,  ... 18.50
22,00         .,          111,50
25.00        ,.           IH.75
80 00          22.5H
Regular  #12«00 SUITS for ... s 11.1111
Iliun       .,           12.1111
i'iiiiii        .,            I5.no
21.110        ..            Is. in 1
2s.()U        ., ,. 21.00
J_
We are not overstocked in suitings, but we wish fo keep nnr tailors going
(luring the epiiet times, and to assis: in doing this we will allow, from our
regular prices, a Discount ol $5.00 on every order placed during this sale.
Our prices range from $33.00 to $40.00 a Suit.        Wc guarantee  satisfaction.
All   Smoking   Jackets,   Dressing   Gowns,   Fancy
Vests, Sweaters,  Lined Gloves, and Mits
at 20 per c<wt. Discount.
Trunks
Ri'-riilur
Grips, and Suit
#10,01)   TRUNKS   Im
Cases
¥ 7.50
Decorated Toilet Sets
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price #ll.fill, for #7.50
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IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED.
FINKS
SALE
Lumberman's Stub-proof Rubbers
1,1'iiilini' Tops, I,',';.'. #8 7.", for #8.nn
minilpi'   Tups,     ., I.nn    M ;; ^'11
2.00   ..
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ThiTi. lliii'kli. ov,
One-Ruelfle
One Ruckle
ishoos, #8.75 f
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Viol, flannel-lino
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1, reg. $2.5(1 fi
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Shtiepsldn Moccnsnis, #1.75 foi
M,,os« Moooitsins, 2.5m ..
I'l'Miilnr     ¥  1.50  bug   I'm'
15.0(1
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Fur and Wool-Lined Caps
Ungiilni' sn,7.',  iin'"-  for
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Dinner Ware
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I niily,   DiniKT  Sols  '.'7   pieces      ri'friihii'
price SI2 ii"  Im   s- 7;,
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We thank our many friends and   customers   for the very liberal   patronage
they have accorded us in the past  and trust that our efforts will merit
the same hearty support in the future.
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TUK   PttOSl'ECTOK,   CHANBROOK,   B.   C,   JANUARY
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&*ij *■   \        \ Vslll      ami fully realizes that
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iv,'j'|\V    L,      ho is "the coming man.
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Anchor Brand
Flour
Mania,    ly    Leitch    Brothers    Flour    Mills,
Oak    Lake,    Manitoba,   Canada.
CAMPBELL & MANNING
SOLE    AGENTS.
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which, when ivppllfil   by OUR   I'AINTKUS wbo  know   ho«   lo
apply it, we nre  prepared lo -ruarniiteo.
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Cranbrook Cigar Store
J   I).  CAMERON,   PROPRIETOR.
Barber Shop,  r*ooi aim aiinaru tvoom
The place to spend your winter eve-lint's
The hest Stock of Cigars, and Tobaccos,
Pipes  and  Smokers  Sundries   in  town
LOOK   FOR THE  DRAWING NEXT
WEEK
VIEWS   NEAR   FORT   STEELE.
1.    Residence of Mr. John T. Galbraith 2
3.    Kootenay   River
Wild Horse Creek Bridge
4.    Main Street, Fort Steele
5.    Bend in the Kootenay River
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[From Tlie Stnr.
W    \    Mncdonntd, K.c.,<il Nels, n,     Owing t,, tlir slim truffle on C.f.R
arrive,!  here     on  Sunday.    He    was  trains.  ,N,,1  ami No 2, the   company
iirti'l" lor   tin* tti'leni'i'
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THE    QUALITY    STORE.
Staple
Fancy    Groceries.
in tlie Dean nave decided  to   tale ttiom oil foi
while starting from   Friday January
  1st.
.1    .\   llurvey. K.C,     arrived liere 	
Monday and registered at the Fernie.     The curling game which was played
  on Christmas liny between tli' rinits
Hint White of Coleman spent Sin tklppod liy Mr S, King, nnd Mr. .1
ila\ in town. He says thnt hockey \ •juekhitm (or a wick ol Hour foi
Is booming down there nnd that n ,|„, iiospllul rcstilled in u win lor Mr
good iinin has heen rounded up. Klng'a mil   by a si.ui' nl Kill.
i'iiii.m-: :.m
and
I'lH >\l',
Ih, plan- in huy your Xmas Goods, New Raisens,
i un.nils, and Peels i hone Table Fi^s and fresh
Nuts A swell line of Fancy Confectionery,
We understand that iiuite a uuinlie: Passenger train No.2 wus held here
ol iiroinineni hockey plnycrs are l:i on Thursday moi nine, uniii uboul 10
town, slid we trust that some mon o'clock owing to the wreck ol u
will he made towards getting tie freight trail! ll mile or so eust ol
game started     in good time.     Some I Olenofflo     The wrock  wim caused by
ol these players     hail frnm   OttttWiU broken rail nud w deist,mil Ihut
iiiM Keoora as well as Kdmontoii uui   nhnilt six ears were ditched
with milllelont local enlhusiasia, Pel
nle shoiili! boast ot the best leum il
the Pass
Press   War
The
I MANNING I
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in   r-Tttic   tlm    LciiK'jr -nul   Vtx'x. i wadi
I'ri'Hn aro firing paper bullets tttflacll|™om
other in u merry wur over labor, and. P,,1<lllw N,'w ^
tbe owl is utit yet    over bere in thi I
lloundnry there Ik a bloiuUeaR cbawi
liiviciinL' tho trail between   tlm Pno*
nix Ptoaeer     nnd tin-     Grand Forkt
Sun ntliecH, while the little snowhinlt
are singing    something   about pcaci
nmi goodwill to nil mankind,   [.edgi
Greenwood
iios.mik
il.'lnli,   Tli,'   Tillies '
lint's I'lifiul'ntllliites ils inaliy
nnil pillions anil extends to
wish loi u happy ami   pros
MOUNT   ST.   THOMAS
Hriini "Pretty Girl" Cabin, N.E.K.
KKIll'      VOUH       KVI'l      ON      THI'llTHK     l'llOHI'hlOTOR     IB
I'liiiSI'I'ir'I'iill      IT IB ALWAYS    j   UATK IN 1TB JOB WORK
I'll, ilillKSSINII nH A TWAL
UP-TO-
(IIVK
m     m CRANBROOK
1   ** hote:
I
M Guests c
MOYIE
(Prom   Tho Louder.)
Tins la tlie last day or 1008 mid the
Kiri who had not taken advantago of
her Leap year privileges will hnvo
(our years in which to repent of bor
modesty,
"Of all the words of tongue or pen
I the saddest arc thene, 'it might Imve
I been."    Do all yon   can through the
! year that's new. to make these words  i
i unfitting to you.
5~-
'•.KI-STON.
ll'roin  The    lliiview.i
,1,1     greeting   A   Happy
oiiilnrt a S|incialty    (iood Stabling in Connection
Nolll'OM   III I'llill'lHltl  lll'|llll,      Hum lll'OO II
... il.'llinlls      fill'      llll'      |lllllllr      i|ll.'l|imll,.|l     i
jjjj Crioilii'iiiili
M HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    \
|Hnl unci C.okl Baths Proprietors m
Movie    lake    Iroae    over     Tuesday
night, nml bv Thursday    morning it.
was suftleiintly     strong for skating.
Last vonr the lake did not freeze ov      ,,,,,„ 0\n,
'-, uniii tin- 12th ol .Iiinunry. [New Vein!
Good program is being lo In in      .n„. ,,.,,,, .,„,„,.     „,.  , „, c3Url»t
itnllnn tho oleetrlc light Byatoit ,iimli m     b     (|isuppcnreil, mul (licaton In
H  will not be l,,ng   until    the lights b tl) , „, Ri0rimiH «uitKliltm.
win be   working,    'has      Messenger
ban been appoinleil     secretary of the    'f||0 department of laiuls anil worka
Telephone iiuJ      Klectrie  Light   C.'ii   „|   Vlelorln  bus given notiee lhat  all
pnnv uiiulleiinleil Crown liuuls lying within
   , CO leet ol the liiiiindniy   between Ihu
Wlnle picking ore ,l„wn „ ointo nl. pfovlncc „„,- tlio     United Htntea un
""■  »r   workings    of lho Bl   Bii-L rvo(,   ,„ri,„v,,„ ,     ,„„„,„„.„
geno mine Wcdn lav    iiftornoon, .1.1 Th|   „,„„ ,„,„, „ n„. ,,,„,, |mmnu|
Iloyd. n inuekor, struck n porli ,f      , lhl. ai.,,,,,,,,, boiinilnry
u stiek of powder anil was blauti'i).
One eve wan blown out. un,l the oilier
one wan serlollRly iltjureil, but thel'i'
lu a chance of saving the sight.
Yesterday the flyer stopped nt Moyie
nnil the unfortunate man wns taken
'to BpoklM tu U •!• apecmllst.
' aft]&?"'"''*•>'■' '-Hftm
'i,$mr -^m
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ANCHOR BRAND FLOUR
•makes GOOD  bread'
DARDANELLES   ARRASTRA
Wild Horse Creek 'I'lIK  PK0SPJ30T0K,   CRAN'HUOOK,   li.   C,   JANUARY   !),   IH
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SMALL DEBT'S i.'UUK'l
Electoral District   of OranbiooK,
NOTICE io hereby glvtm tbat tilt-
tings ut tlii: abOVU Cult ft will be bul<l
at.   Uu:    UoVUratUeUt    liuiUtlUti,   L'lUU
biuoK, lur ihu ttitipusul ut casus
every Wuilnesiluy, at two o'cloci* i>.
in., at Moylu every Saturday at tbe
.M.eele and Wuiclner on aueh days
aud dates as maj ,bu unpointed in
i ne proceedings,
-nine hum,   .nul at   Marysville, Kun
.All debts and dmuuuds uut exceed
inu the Hinii ul $100 eau bu sued tut
uud recovered in the above men
turned Court on Summons and
Judgement, Uurmsbee (.either belore
ur alter Judgotnuntj ot uu lustul
moat Order wblcb eau be eulorccd i>>
commitment  11 uecossary,
Instruutlous lur proceedings run bi
b&nded in   in   tbe     undermentioned
Olcrks oi the Court., via:—
K. It. Minns, Deputy Sheriff,   Cran
brook.
I1. U. Houth, Provincial Constable,
Moyie,     or to
Joseph Wulsli, Provincial Constable*
Kurt   Steele.
UY ORDHR
.luseph Kyuu
Magistrate.
Dated aand day uf June, 190k.
CRANBROOK   LAND   DISTRIOT,
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKK NOTICE that Ervin R.
Streeter of Elkmouth, Uritish Col
umbm, occupation Rancher, intends
to apply lur permission to purchase
the to .awing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ut.
tbe northerly end of an island lu the
kootenay River opposite 13. L.
Streeter's land, tbenee duwn stream
along the easterly side of said island
ubuut twenty-five chains to the suuth
erly end thereof, thenee up stream
along the westerly side uf said Island
to place of beginning, belug the whole
of suid inland and containing iti
awes muie ur less.
ERVIN   R.  STRKBTEH
Duted Oct. L4th, 1908. •* I
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of East Kuutenay.
TAKE NOTICB that l, Clement 11.
Pollen of Cranbrook, occupation
agent, Intends to apply for permis
sion to purchase tlie following described lauds: Commencing at a pust
planted at the S. \V, corner J. Means
Pre-emption, east 30 eliains to tho
boundary of lot 6083, thence ao
chains soutli to thc boundary of lnt
2048, thence 30 chain-; west, thenee 30
chains north to tbe point of
commencement, containing loo acres
more or less.
CLEMENT H.   I'ULLKN
Dated, October 30th, 1908. 45
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District uf East. Kootenay.
TAKE NOTIOB  that I, Francis  H.
Pollen of London, Eng., occupation a
free miner, intend to apply Eor perinis
iiun to purchase the following des
cribed lands: Commencing tit a post
planted at the N. K. corner post of
lot 342, 40 chains nnrth following the
boundary of lot lit; aud 338, theme
40   chuins     west,     thenoe   40 chains
Huutli",   *b»tu.ti   io obnhaa e.-attt,   to      tho
point of commencement, containing
100 acres more or less.
CLEMENT H. POLLEN, Agent.
Dated, October 30th, 1908. 45
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kuutenay.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Jos. Ryan
of pranbrook, occupation Journalist,
intends to apply lor permission to
purchase the following doscribed
lands: Comment'ini- at a post
planted at the S. \V. enrner of lot
2048, south 30 chains to lnt 6038,
thence east 30 chains, thence north
30 chains, theme west 30 chain-.,
to the point of commencement, containing 100 acres mure or leas.
CLEMENT H.  POLLEN,  Agent.
Duted, October 30tli, 1908. -J."-
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that au ap
plication wiii be made to tue Legisia
nve ABsemuij oi the province ot bri
tish i uiuuiii-ii ai us next session ioi
an act tu incorporate    a    company,
in     j,-.
iiimiiii
um.ii
iTi.le
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ul East. Kootenay.
Tuke nutiee that Hugh Stewart of
Cranbrook, occupation merchant, in
tends to apply for permission to pin
chase the following described lands :
Commencing at u pnst plunted mi
the Kootenay river approximately oil
the south boundary of Int. 116, au
chains west tu thi' boundary nf lol
342, thence 40 chains south following
the east boundary of lut 342 to thu
Kootenay River, thunce 40 chains fui
lowing the Knot ■•nay river to the
point of commoncoment, containing
50 acres moro or loss.
CLEMENT M. POLLEN, Agent
Dated, October 30th, 1008. 46
NOTICK.
Tuku notlco that I, Lizzie Ora-co of
Oranbrook, occupation ninrrlotl wu
nmn, intend to apply tu the Ctilei
Commissioner ul Lands and Wurks
fur permission Ln purchase the follow
lug described lands in East Koo ten
ay: Commencing at a pnst plantod
ut th«i south east corner of    A.    it
Grace's purchase, theuee west 80
chains lo the O.P.R. right nl way,
tber.-e following said right of way in
au easterly direction tn the smith
boundary of lot 425, .thonco nnrth 40
uhiiinu more or less to the plaee of
beginning, containing ln" neres mure
or less.
LIZZIE GRAun-
A. B. Ornre. Agimt.
Dated Oct. 26th,  1908.
Tho time for tbo commencement of
thc publication ln the B. C. Gazette
of the above notice has been extended
to the 4th day of Decembor. 1908,
J. V. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRIOT
Dlstrlot of Kootenay.
T, .lohn Thomas Scnnlou of Ornn
brook, occupation rancher, intend tu
apply to the cbiof commissioner of
lands and works for permission to
purchase the following described laud
In Bust Kootenny district:
Commencing at a poat planted
n,botit 2 chains south of the south
west corner of lut 7218 on the unrlh
boundary lot 2312, thenci- north 25.31
chains, thence west 23 chains, tlience
nouth 25.31 chuins, thence east alum:
the northerly boundary of Lut 2312
to thc place of beginning, GcTntfttnlnff
58 acrea more or less.
.10HN THOMAS SOANLON.
%$XM Butatnr 2ndi 1908.
ino ot run
wa) ui i u-nuuiu gunge to Oc oporul
.a nj steam, eieouncity or an*, uttio.
powei, nn inr carry ma oi in iglit,
pas.Mtigers nn.l express. * ouiiuenciiig
,-i ^ point "ii the hlusteru uritt»n
i. olniuntu ituuwuj at or near Hie
tuwn ut l'"ibin; inonce in u suuiheiu
ililu'tiuii lUiioWlllg ibe HI.-.I im'. ni
Illi' .-.Ulltli lorn ul MlCUOl ClOOK lli lilt
Mil 11111111       lii'i w.'i'ii       I llu. I   i H-i'i,   all i  .,
trlbutarj to llie Klatheud rtvoi.
i boncu in a KotiLiioi Ij  direct mn down
..am u onu.i. , |i> 1 lie I' lat lieuil i l\Q\ .
tlience Huutuerl) aftmji kulil ei.iiiieau
i Ivei, hi i»> the most ciinvinieiii
route, lu u poini "ii tliu Intel nation
in uoiintlai > nci woon the pro* une oi
Uritish     < uluuibiu     anl  the  United
States     ni     America, h  ...-.'■ oi
lortj mllea, mun' or l«*. with power
to cuiiflUiiLi ami jporate telegraph
and teloplione lines inr the purpose ol
ils business ,tial lui the puniie, with
power to own, use and operute water
powers convenient to tho mad for
railway and other purposes, and with
such other powers and privileges
whicli are usually given to Railway
Companies,
Dated at Cranbrook, November 7th,
iuus.   '
harvey, McCarter & macdon
ALD.     Solicitors     for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
YELLOW     HEAD    PASS    LUMBER
COMPANY,    Ltd.
The Shareholders of the Yellow
Head Pass Lumber Company, Limited, are hereby nntltted that they are
requested to attend n special meeting nf their body tu he held at the
hour ol eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the 28th day of December,
1908, ut the office of the ('ompany,
Hanson Avenue, in the City of Crun-
brooki.
Joseph   Ryan
Secretary.
Djted, 22nd'day of December. 1908.
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT
Dislriel of Kootenny.
TAKE NOTIOB that sixty days af-
er date 1, George Lloyd, eivil engin-
er, Cranbrook, intend making application to the Honorable the Chief
* lommissloner ut Lands and Worka
ur permission to purchase the foi-
owing described lands:
Commencing at a pout placed at
thc N. W. corner of lot 1591 on the
hast bunk of the Kootenay Itiver,
thence cast 13 chains, mure or less,
following the NurUitnu boundary of
lot 15 to a corner post of lut hi03 ;
thence Nurth 20 cha.ii>, more or less,
following the west Boundary uf lot
.8103 tu hank of Kootenay River ;
thence following Kootenay Kiver iu a
touth-Westerly direction to place of
beginning, containing 20 acres mure
or less.
GEORGE LLOYD.
latod November 9th. 1908.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1, Andrew B.
Grace, of Craubrook, occupation
Journnllst, intend to apply tu tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands a,nd
Works for permission to purchase the
following described lands In East.
Kuutenay: Commencing: at a post
planted ut the south enst corner of
block 425, thenre west 80 chains,
theuce south St) chains, thence eust
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
place of beginning, contnining 640
ttcres more or less.
ANDREW P. GRACE.
Dnted Oct. 20, Plus.
The time fm- the commencement of
he publication in thc It. c. Gazette
nl the above nut lee has beeu extended
to tllO Hh day of December, 1908.
J.  P. ARMSTRONG,
Assistant    Commissioner   nf  Lauds
nil Works.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of  East Kootonay.
TAKE NOTICE tbat Thomus J-
Agar', of Slmcoe, Ontario, occupation
solicitor, intends tu apply for per
mission to purchase the following
land, being four islands In the Knot
enay rlvor lying opposite lot lit;,
group l, described us follows: Commencing at a post plauted on tlu-
west side of the northerly island in
the group and ou the south line ot
lot 33H, group I, Kooteuay district .
Ihenee down stream fulluwing the
westerly    side    nl      the island tu the
aoutherly    end   thereof;    tbenee up
stream oii the easterly side of the
Islund to the south line of lot 338 ;
tlionco west to place of beginning ;
also the three smaller Islands south
<d the above island, all containing
about 80 acres.
THOMAS J.  AGAR.
Duted October 30th, 1908.
Tim delay for commencing tbe publication of the above notice is extended tn the 13th day of Novombor,
1908,
.1.  P,  ARMHTRONG,
Awst. Comtu'r.
CORPORATION OF   THE   CITY
OF   CRANBROOK
Municipal   builumys   by-law
bY-LAw NU. 64
sell .uai
Uiuek D
rding i"
a liy law tu autuuriM! thu sale ■•-
the city s interest m uojck u, • .....
669, Oranbrook, ti. I ., and the joint
Government and Wun-ctpai on iu-ng-
urectod thereon, and in devoir, nn
proceeds theieui foi the purpose
purchasing u situ ior aim eiecun,,
Municipal Buildings.
tvHn-ttEAb a petition has been pro
seated to tin- Municipal \ ouncil o.
i lu- tni porattoo nt i lit i itj ui < iun
brook slgued bj Lhe owners o' tu
least one tenth > t luthj ot ihe ratut
ol tne real property in the suid eu>,
us shown by tho last Revised As.-ev-
m.'in   Hull, requesting '
•■•I   tn   ""."■   :i   t>)  i;i
gram the city's inu-rei
ni ihe iny ni i'ranbroui
ti map ur plan ni the said city iileu I
in ih-' Land Registry Ofttce at Nolson,
It. c, as number w."'. and in the juini
government and Municipal liiiluiings
erected thereon to tho prownce oi
llritish Ctdiitniiin mr the price ol I
sum of seven     thousand Ave tiiindrod
dollars   l$7,S00.U0);   ami   to   use      U,nd
devote tho proceeds thereof for the
purposes of purchasing u site for and
erecting a,iul equipping Municipal
Huildtngs lor the city ol Cranbrook.
AND WHEREAS in the opinion ol
the Council separate premises are re*
quislte, belonging to and under the
control of thc city, and that there
fore tho city's interest in said Block
D and Biiiil Joint Government and
Munlelpnl Buildings is not required
fur corporate purposes.
AND WHEREAS for such purposes
It is necessary to amend by-law Nn.
21 of ihe corporation of tho city of
Cranbrnnk boing tho "Cily of Cranbrnnk Debenture Loan By Law Nu.
1."
AND WHEREAS the consent of the
Lieutenant Govornoi in Council lias
been obtained for such amendment uf
Ry-lo-w No. 21 to be mude, as appears by u report of a committee of
the Honorable the Executive Council,
approved hy his Honor the Lieutenant Governor on tho 24th day of November, A. D.,  L908,
AND WHEREAS the approval of
the Lieutenant Governor in Council
for the sale and disposal of the city's
interest in said Block D In the City
of Oranbrook, according to a map or
plan hied iu thfl Laud Registry Office
at Nelson, B. (-., us No. 669 and thc
joint Government und Municipal
Buildings erected thereon, has heen
had and obtttlnod, as appears by the
said Report.
AND WHEREAS for the purposes
aforesaid, it will be necessary tu devote the said sum of Seven thousand
tive hundred dollars l_?7,60U.l)0.)
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation uf the
Olty of Oranbrook in Council assembled, enacts as follows;
1. It shall and may be lawful for
the Mayor of the Corporation of the
City of Crunbrook to sell, grant and
absolutely dispone of tho city's Inter-
oat in Bh,ck D in the City of Cranbrook according to a map or plan of
the said city liled in the Land Regis
try Oflice at Nelsou, B. C, as .\o.
669, to His Majesty King Edward
Vll iu the right of the province of
British Columbia and iu the joint
Government and Municipal Buildings
erected thereon for the price or sum
of seven thousand tive hundred dollars ($7,500.00); and fur such purpus
es tu sign, seal, execute and deliver
all deeds and other instruments necessary and roquialto in the premises.
2. The proceeds of the mid sale
sha,ll be devoted to Ihe purchasing of
a site for and tho erection of Municipal Buildings for the City ol Crnn
bruoki.
3. By-law No. 21 of the City of
Oranbrook wheresoever it. is Inconsistent With the provisions of this
bylaw, is hereby repealed.
4. This by-law may be cited for till
purposes us the "Municipal Buildings
By-law."
Read the tirst, second and third
time tin the second dav of December,
L90B.
Received   the  assent   of the electors
nu the Uth day of January, 1909.
Reconsidered and linully passed ami
adopted on the 	
TAKE NOTICE that the above isa
true copy of tho proposed By-law up
uii which the vote nf the Municipality
will he taken at the Municip.il Build-,
IngS, Baker St.,  In the City of Cran
rook,  B, C, on Thursday,  January
Hth, 1909, between the hours of nino
o'clock (ten o'clock local time) in the
morning    aiul    seven o'clock (eight
'clock, local tlmo) in tbo ovoning.
THOH. M   ROHERTS
Olerk  to lhe  Mdnieipal   Council
MINING   ON    PERRY   CREEK
NOTICE.
I, Ben W. Worden, of Fort Steele,.
British Columbia, Hotel Keeper, hereby apply to the Superintendent uf
Provincial   Police ior a  renewal     nf
my licence to sell Intoxicating llqilot'K
under tho provisions of tho Statutes
in that behalf, iu the premises known
and described as thfl Imperial Hotol
nt Kurt Steele.
My post olllee address is Foil,
Steole,  B.  O.
The mimes uml addrosHOfl of the
owners of the promises proposed to
be licenced n,ro "Nils Hanson, Wusa,
U. ('.," and "Robert. L. T. Galbraith,
Fort Steele, I). (!."
Dated   this   26th    dny of November,
1008,
48 DEN W. WERDEN.
ADMINISTRATOR'S  NOTICE
N,,tiee is hereby given thai on tliu
H2th day ol Docomber, 1908, It Was
ordered by T. E. Wilson, Esq., Judgo
of the County Conn ol East Kootcn
*iy, that James Forguson Armstrong,
Ollieinl Administrator for that pot
tion of the County of Kootenay In
eluded in tho electoral districts nf
Cranbrook and Fernie, be Adminls
traitor of all and singular tho estate
of William Stanley McKwun deceased
intestate.
Every porson indebted to the said
deceased is required to mako payment
forthwith to tho undersigned.
Every person having olTocts belonging to the deceased is rOOJtllrod forthwith tn notify the undersigned,
Evory creditor or other person hav
ing any claim upon or interest In the
distribution of tho estate ti\ the said
deceased is required tu send before
the 21st dn,y of December, 1909, next,
by registered mail addressed to ihe
undersigned, his name and address
and the full particulars uf his elnlm
or Interest, ami a statement of his
account and the nature of the socurl
ty Of any) held by lum.
After the said Inst mentioned date
■the Administrator will proceed with
the distribution of the estate liuving
regard to those eliuins only ol which
he shall huve had notice.
Dated at Crnnbrook this 16th day
oi Docomber, 1908.
.1    l-v  ARMSTRONG,
&1 Oflictu! Adinluistintur.
CORPORATION   OF  THE  CITY
OF CRANBROOK
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors of the Municipality oi thu
City of Cranbrook, that i require the
presence of the said electors at the
Opuncil Chambers, Raker tJtreet,
Ofanbrook, B.C., on the llth day ol
January, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon
(1 o'clock local time) for the puiposu
ol electing persons to represent them
iu the Municipal Council as Mayor
njl Aldermen and for the purpose of
lectlng persons to represent them on
the Board of Trustees f,,r thc Iran
br„(,k City  School District.
ihe motto ot nomination of candl
dates shall be as follows:
ihe candidates shall be nominated
in writing; the writing shall be sub
scribed by two voters of tlu Munlcl
pjlity us proposer and seconder, and
sllill be delivered to the Returning
Oficer nt any time between the date
uf the notice and t p.m. (3 p.m. lo
al time) of the dny oi    nomination,
■:Hld  In  Lhe ovoiit      ,.i   .,   |iuil  boing   ■■-
cessary, such poll will ue opened mi
the Hth day of January, PJ09, la-
ween the hours of '■' o'clock in the
oronoon (lu o'clock local time) unl
' o'clocs in the afternoon is o'clock
ooal time; at the Council Chambers,
aker Street, Craiibn.uk, B.C., ol
vhich every person Is hereby required
V) take lint ice ami govern himself
ccordlngly.
The qualifications by law required
la be possessed by the candidate lur
he office of Mayor arc uh follows.:
■The persons qualified to he nomi
nated for nnd elected as Mayor,shall
be such persons as are mule British
subjects of the full age of twenty
jiie years, anil are noi disqualified
rider any law, and have been fur the
Ax months preceding the nomination
lho registered owner In the Land Roy
stry olllco, of land or real uroporty
in the City of the iissesiiod value, on
the last Municipal uwossnient roll
■f one thousand dullurs nr more,
iver and above anj registered judg
nett or charge, and who are other
wise duly qtinllliod as
voters." 1906, O. 82. H,  ll
'Die qualifications by law
tc$ed by tho candidates fo
of Aldermen are us follows;
"The persons qunlillod to bo nomi
nated for and elected ns Aldormoil ol
tin City shall be such persons us arc
nifllo Rritish subjects ol tho full age
of twenty-one years tynd are not dis
quillfled under any la-w, and in have
hem for the six months, next pre
tod in-; the day ol Nomination the
rsplstored ownor In tlm Land Regis
-.r> office, of land or renJ property In
■lie City uf the nMhCHfinl value, on
ihe last Municipal iiwtrtwmont roll,
of llvo hundred dollar or moro, ovor
ltd above any reg I etc rod Judgment
,.r charge ami who are otherwise
.pmIllicit as Munlelpnl voters " 1906,
i-  :\2, S. il.
I'lu- qualification by law required
Id la* possessed by the candidates for
the office uf Bel I     Trimtces are nn
lol lows;
'In overy Municipal School Dis
trict, any person being n householder
hi the School     District, nnd being n
ll'itish     subject   uf      Ibe   full     agi   ul
twenty one years, and otherwise
(uallHed by tins Act to vote at an
•lection of     School Trustee*     In tho
S-vt,*ul   District   of   Uie   City   nf   Crall
brook, shall he eligible tu be oloctfld
or to serve as u school TriiHtoo In
such Municipal District/' l!io:i,c. 14,
S. 32, I9DI1, O. 3D, S,ri.
Oivon under mv hand at Crnnbrook
H c.,ihiK tlrsl duy of J/mtiary, 1909,
ThoK, M,   Roberts,
Returnine. Officer
NOTICE,
Nutiee ia hrttehy given tli; ' ;.n ap
pWcutlon  will   he  made  to thr  purlin
ment ui Onntudn, at it*; nov.t session,
by the Kootonay Onntrml Railway
Company, fur an net tu mnwnd ils
act of incorporating!, ludnir I   Edward
Vll, Chu|i. 71, as amondi y 3 Ed
ward    VII, Chap.   I Iii and   I   ffidwnrd
Vll, Chap. 91, by nxtemdlnfl the time
fur completion of    saUl    railway ni
limited by mud net  ot Incorporation
and  amendments, nnd   ini   other pill
poses.
Dated   December Titli,   1'UIH
llurvey, McCarbcr & Maedonald,
'•>*> Sulicltu is fur Appllcunts.
The  Shortest Day
Some useful or perhaps wr should
suy Interesting Information is con
tallied in the following paragraph
from the Moul real Witness, which,
under the date of December 21st, suj i
'•This morning, between 12 and uio
o'clock, the sun commenced Its north
ward journey, and the days began tu
grow   longer.     That   is,   taking th •
duy   us a  whole.      While  we all    lon-»
upon thr-   solstice   as    the   shorten
day, and keep Christmas by tradition
from our primitive fathers in colebra
tion of the. tirst appreciable triumph
uf light over darkness, wi  do not  in
imlly note that, counting roughly bj
minutes, and nut. by seconds, the da.
reaches Its shortest, in the evening mi
the first of December, and    dues mr
begin to   grow   loiigei    till   the six
toenth, when it adds a   mliiuto;   tm
it hus added   two   min itos   more hy
this time.   On   tho other   hand, th ■
duy has n it     reached its shortest i i
the evening yet and will not     do bn
CM     tllO     lasl   ol    the month,    liRe
which it  will gain its tlrst minute o i
the   seventh    nf  January,     mid   it i
sic, mi   mi the     eleventh.    Prom th i
seventh of    Decembor to the   liith o
January   the day does ant   vary  folii
minutes from being nine hums U,n.
The length     nf the    day varies vei,
slowly   at    ihe    wlutei  and   summer
solstices,   but   very    rapidly      nt   th-
equinoxes,       la   i he    month   fiom
Mareh 7 tu  April 7 it  «;uii> an iiuti:
and thirty live minutOH "
Slll'RIKK'S  SALE
•:■. "• "i.
■ *     *
''*%^*^:'^tftft3.
w
Tree Spraying
This j.l„,»s il,"   I!   r   Hprajrinotui
j,I   worlt sihjiviiil; t s      HurBC docs
nil tl,,' work I,nt li-i'liiij il„< polo
i  „ ,t-ilt-- iii   12*  llu. .   prcsRiiro pran
imjiIIv  -ii, ■ ih ,■» with apruy
Ml iiiilnmutir Hy horse or 1,1111,1.
operated and controlled     Number ,,t
II,,/./!,.■   '•;,,!   I,     JlIUilUM .1   I,,     .Mill    jJIZf
of Ui'i'., 'I'll,' IjtuM'sl tree in,iy In-
sprayed, f,,i one ..1 two hordes Bame
price aim, j,i 1 j, . "I l,,i* vlnoyardu,
row crops. Btrawberrles, uraln crops.
NnnlCH will i„,i cl ,- Tliis add, will
ii'.t j,|,|,,',,i jiiMiiti. tberefore ,1,, ii
now,
W     ,,     II K \ It li.
,:,i Is,,ir   Wi reel.   London, 11111
Hosmer
ilium
clpu
h,   III'
lh,' .
po>
illir
liv virtue ,,( j, wi- ,'lorl KuoIiih w    J    furncll, tbo   cloctrlclnii  lell
issued ,,ul  ,,t the Huprcaie t.'ourl   ol '"'   Uankhead  WcdncBday  nnhi     Mr
IIHtlsli Col I,ui hi i,n jii'Iimi, where '''urnoll had    chni'Ke ,,1     the electric
,,t  ilw Crow's Nesl   I'm- i',,i,i Com    i'1;"" ll""' ;""' "'" >'■*" " Icctricnl
puny     is    plaintiff and tlio Sullivan staff nt DanKhend.
Group Mill nt! (loinpanj  Is dc'cnilunt, n,    uigulnfi   statta     thai  the a •»•
I hitvo seized uml taken  sccullon hiwpltiil will bo ready lor uso hy the
ull  Hi,<  right,  ilil,- uu,I  mm,-ii'.,'     ,.1   .,,„   January.    Tin., 1,     ivclcomo
lho sul,I     defendant, Siillivnn ilr„ii| ws     N,, m,ue   will 11 1,0 uecossary
iMiuiim Company     In Timber License ,,, sl.,„| patients   ,,n „  Ions   railway
Number 32,711, situated  nour Mar) journey 1,, ho treated
villi'. ll.C, nml described ,, - rum  '
cIiik ul. Initial i„,si ,1,uili ,'usi corne
,,i A Hunks' pre empl Ion; tin 11 0 >•;<-
luu chains; thenoe south UU cliu ns 1
Tlio outpul ,,! coal ui iho ininos in
■■[> im ,.,,h day us tlio development
work Kites ,,ii    Tho   thickness ,,l the
Iheni 0
Beam ,,f ''"al mot with so
tho hunk ,,l  Si    Mary'
west  for n ,lis,:,no,' ol
luwlaii  Hi" ilv,'i   hunk;  il -,■  nui't,,
In    i'liuins;     thence     wesl  In chain .   T|:""* ' ! '-
days iu."
,ii;    1  tho face   "f ih,'   lului '1     Im* 11 ,1
been     determined   as     yot.   hut  the
1 is excellent
Will Institute Lodge
thenco not Hi Ml chains i" th" lilac  Thc Kootenay Telephone 1       c.,n.'
I iilmM. ol linemen      ri   again busy strimnu,.'
Also all'the rlnlit. title and Iuteresl wlren alter « tedious   wall  loi    ma
„l  ni"  S11II1, Irouii  Mmlne  Con '»rlul     Tl'.- man tgei  exliects to have
puns   in  Tlmbei   License M HOI    do ''"'  "!l"'   K'M1"    ■''''"'    '''"dy l"1
crlbod ,,s follon 1;  ini<:.,i  iim 1  ., ,,11.   "•'■ i" '"•  "'''•'' v-"'1'-'
oust, corner ,,t Alborl  n.,,i. ■ pri emp
linn, iielllu   ltd   2-177; lllelloo   .'.o.l    nil'
hull     mile;   thonee   nnrth one 'mm,
thon 'iisi           hull mile; ll  '   Mn«oni    Iodise  "'III !"■  Instituted
south ,,110 milo. ,,t   I'l.'.i.ti t,".vi    Thui-sdn)    ovenlntt,
Vnti     I shull .-.oil th" sulil Tin,I, 1 "aniitir-   "tl    li)    Kdwnrd    Elwell ,,1
Licenses     .,1   iiubllr  uiioli, 11  11    tl Crnnbrooli,    DlHtrlel    Dcputj    im„ii,i
,,,1111 In,,1 o ,11 ill" ,,,'. ,,: 1  ,,nii,., Mustci    ll' will   11   1   1 led hv mem
ll. c  Tuesday, iho .'nl, day     1,1 1,01s ,,!   the   fraternity     Irom    both
llocemhei, I'JOB, ul the h'uiti ,,l   1,  en \l ylc nn.l f'ranbr,
o'clock In tlio forei       Term      1,1
"tlted'al NelBou.ll  U    I-l  A  "eW  GanU;
llooomboi, lllns.                     ^ Au B|.l(| ,             in..    1|h. nil||lllli o(
,,.     „   . ■   '      *'       ih" 1  .,h ,111  ., u"» ojiiuo thnt has
micrin ,'i Soutli 's s, enn,    ,.,,,, ,,      ,,  |„ ,.„H,,,| "Tickle till
'lh" above   sale Is   pnst|iuhrd until Piibltshei      und  In an follows     Tnko
iiosiliiy,    Hu- 12th ol  January,  Unil, 1,  -l„'"t    ,,1 ordinary    writing  paper,
1  tho same place und tlmo l»ld  11   nicely,   en I , ,■ ,,    Imnk unto
sufficiently    hit  <   ,1.".. I, 1,,   |,„> all
arrears nnd ,,110 yen ulvnnce, nnd
glVO   II   Im   tl tltnl .   kC0|l  i,ll  I'M-   ,,11
hm, jmi'I  il ..  smile      ml    hu-  In,','
tlio trick    works   line     Nuw     Is lho
^  tin,,' t,,    |,|.,\     th,- ],,i.,I     ii    _*_a
"I'llneh" and    I'll" ull hollow
I. Nils lhn, "io    mi     Wn .,   Ii:>i> h
tJolilniblu, hereby apply to lho   lupn CKANUUOOK  I. \ Mi I'lSTIIK'T
'intond,'tit ,,l I'rovlnchil I'olloe :,u     ., Districl "I Kootenay
trniiBler from mysell tn ii.m tt    Vol
,hm "i ni) I'otnil licence to   Hi intiM. TAKI5   NiiTICK   Ihal    I,    I'dward
louiiiii'   lli|Uors,  iiinloi   thr provisions tt.,i,    ,,f Wall hurg, urriipntlon liiim
of tho Stntute   111 Hu,1  1,,'luili. in tho hermnn, Intend 1,, upply lo tho Chlol
promises l.m,-.tn uml described   ,    iho Onmmlmlonni   of  Lands     mul  w,,rl.
Iinpoiiul Hotel ui  I'orl sioolo foi  permlBS  t"   purch     llu- I,J
Th,  above 1 11 1: In valid until iho lowlmi  descrllmd land   In Kiml Koote
llinl ,luy ,,1 December, luiin nny     DIMrlrl        Cm nelng    nt  11
Th"   iiutii,'        .nul      nihil,':.,     "I   th posl    I'lunloil   ,,!    iho   NmiiIiwo-.i    o,,i
owners "I th"     premlBCi  proposed t,, noi ol   L,,t tnt.'i.     s,,utli wi   oliulns.
ho licenced nre "Ml,-  Hi 1   SVi :i   tt
11. (3 ." Odd "Hoherl I,. T  tlnlhrnltli, mi chalni
I'-i.rt Hteole, 11  (' " poinl   ,,1
Dated Oils Mill dny    ,,l     Nuvoinlier, ion acres
>.   I'   TI'CK
Shorill  ,,l   S ll   Km,
ITICI'1
homo N,u'lli
,„ I';,,..! .'ii chains I"
monconienl   contiilnlnn
01 m
48
WDWAUU   WATTS
NILS  HANSEN    Haled   lloooinbot,   IHIh    190! 2 THK   I'l.'iiSl'Kt TOR,    CKA.VBRooK,    H   I  .    (ANl'AKI
\
Mens Working Shirts
and   Caps
sl, rl-   Ilii'ii lli.'i-c i- -iin-fai'lioii in   vi'iv ini"
,.' iln ii     Kvi'i'.v |'"' nl •■  r -iiii I- - Hui-hi il
i '        STAND        11 A K D        iV K A H
Mi :■ -    Ure)   Flunne    Shirts   >	
llei        Hln,     Striped   Flannel
Shirts
1 :.„
(EA'.'S   D'JUBLE   V"1HE3
M, ni,',      \i ia,    Flannel
Shli' 1.75
Mei   -    Iiluo      vjuill     Khiimel
Shirts
Men -    Grey      Melton   Flunnel
ithirts t GO
Men -   Blue    Sere.   Shirts        i iti
MENS   WINTER    CAPS.
gsmf2tf    ,S-A
IJ
3*z*-~ m
A    widi wlecti
t,,m \.l      ii Caps havi   F u
V^ Lined ;. . i 'all and   s&
em V  ■■ .. "■    -.:' -
51 '"       II |     ■
JI 75  .in I  il l)Q each
Burns   Bros.
Keid Block,Cranbrook.
<Tlu% |H*o0ycctov
BORH At Cranbrook, Saturday
Jnnuarj and, to Ml nnd Mrs N I
Hun let ii    i daughter
Repeal   il     Shiloh's (.lure will   .il
ways   eure   iu>   coughs   uml   colds."
Mun ,'ij'ji',  nominul mmm.   ,ii   m mi  m
Something    droppod lu Craubrooli
Chas    Ycamlle    lefl    on    Suturcay   this week Must    have been     the
last . ii ., vij-u to the c, ml weather
.i   K   Ritchie, ol     Hosmei   *.,- >u     A   Sutherland, ol Fort William, A.
I   ,:   Sunday last J   Mott, ol Fernie,   uud w. ll. I'at-
teraon ,,t Calgary were «uo,,t,* at the
.1   W   Bennett   and U   ll   Boulton    Cranbrook  Sunday   Insl
Ki ■ uie wen   in the Cit> Mondtj
a     Ramsay, ol    Winnipeg;   ll   J.
Make ui Victoria, uud G, W. Caraer-
■*;-..   Henderson   ol  Bull Rlvei   «as
■■;;  M  i ■'.. •
uu ol Medicine Hut,     wore guests at
the Cranbrook Mondny
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NEW   RESOLUTIONS,  1909
Punctuality iw is n stepping
stone l" success, The enrly bird
inlehei- tin1 worm, is an nld mux
im, hut mosl tini. 11 punctuality
is ni,l one ut your strong points,
why       make   il   ho?
WE   CAN   HELP   YOU
I'lio host un,I most osKontinl
Unlli'.    Is   nlwnys   t,i    huve   the   cor-
roil     ti     All    our    watches    are
sold   with     j,    guarantee    to    keep
iimo     iii Such Prices:
Gent's 17 Jewel Raworth's Special,20 year case,$12
Lady's 16    „ „ „     25   „      „   $20
RAWORTH    BROS.
C.P.R. Watch Inspectors, Cranbrook, B.C.
'■•■'•     ":;i;1'" v,;V";,'i.''      C. Hardy, ol   Montreal;      8. Hll-
. j..     ..:,   my   coughs   juki   ".!•"      bum   of KuhslJllll.      A RiC0| 0( aill.
gary, aud G   V Robertson, ol Olds,
\   Maedonald ol    Winnipeg *•***   werfl al ,lu. craubruo* Tuesdny
.;. ti wn Monday 	
Repoat  it   "Shiloh's Cure will   al-
H   B. Northcott, or Wardner wun m  ways   curc   my   C0UKna   anj   colds."
town Tuesdaj 	
G   W.   Gamble, of   Vancouver,    E.
The  Public     Sch iob re-opened   on   p   lackey    of    Spokune, nud   L.  B.
Mondny Itniufoitb of    Fernie    were guests at
; the Cranbrook Thursday.
James Pinlay,  returned  Wedne d*y 	
irom .i business trip to Spokune. DaVe   Nowfllli ,„■ Vancouver was In
town Thursday.       Mr.  Newell is an
Btrrister H     W   Herchtner of Fer-   u),\ timer in   the Kootenuy,     and is
n •   *">*<• in town Wednesday Interested in minim;.
A week's   frost   has destroyed lill     If von are a merchant do not keep
the lutian is In the Banana Belt. your Light under a   bushel.    Pul  an
ad in   the   papers   so    that all the
J    Lewis   ol      Moyie   was     ro   world can see what you are doing.
town today.
  There are two lady barbers in Hos
\    L      Mitchell, of San PrancKCn,   mer. and   some ot    the    bald-headed
wns in Cranbrook today. male citizens get their hair eut about
 .     '                     ;tbree times a week.
H. H   Stanton, ol     Nelsou wusj i"
town Thursdaj,
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♦ I
J I
x Sleigh Bells, J
pel string
$ 2.00
Steel   Hand
Sleighs
$1.75
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook,  B. C.
HARDWARE
Repeat it   "Shiloh's Cure will   always   cure   my   coughs   and   coldtT '
Dr.   Rutledge and    S. Taylor    were
at Lethbridge this week on business.
u(   Klko,     wna in
A. S,   Krapfel,
town  Monday.
N. Hanson, of Wasa, wns in Gray-
brook  Wednesday.
There Is Only One Bovril
Oue preparation which contains all the nutritive
stimulating and flavoring qualities of prime beel.
Do not be induced to accept something else in place
of LOVRIL.
That name is a guarantee that the article you buy
really does contain these valuable qualities.
BOVRIL is exactly what you need to   increase
the flavor and "feeding" qualities of any dish.
st-r-
YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR OAN OET IT FOR YOU.
Sleighs ,,| iill kind.-, nt the     Crnn
brook Trailing Ilo.
Mrs.   Burboch, demonstrating   C.old
Standard Ten, Coffee, Baking Powder
Jellies, etc ,     will bo at Cnmpbt'U
Manning this wooii.
A snmll tire in a burn, owned by 1
Luurie, brought out the Fire Brigade
Tuesdny morning.
in ense of lire be sure thnt your
wuter tups ure elosed. Give the fire
Edison records nt Cranbrook Drug I itt*l*tke " ('1"""'c '<> d" thl'"' *la,t*'
Id Book Store. Innd huve the best pressure possible.
ji Opera House, Cranbrook
TWO   NIGHTS,
Tues. & Wed., Jan. 12 & 13
l''. A. Wilkins, 0f Winnipeg was I.i
the eity Thursday.
II. Mogdcn, of Quinary, was in town
Tbtirsday-
F. Steel, ol Mcrritt,     B.C., wan it
tin- eity Thursday.
K. A. Creech, of Vancouver; F. H. j
Allen, ,,f Victoria, and A. I). Cameron, of Moyie, were registered at the
Crunbrook  today.
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Itobt.  Forbes, of Calgary, P.  Jor-|
don, of Pincher Creek,, und    P.     H.'■
Small, of Vancouver, were guests at
C. Dompale, of     Maple Leal win) in j the Crnnbrook Friday.
town Thursday. 	
  ... An flliirni     was sent     iu Thursday
Hcpcnt it   "Bullohs Cure «"",. "r  ovoning, lor a Binall Ore in the real-.
wnya  cure   my   coughs  and   colls.   Ij,^.,, of ni.  (1,.uc.„    T|„, nrlgndo re-
W   okley, „f tlcgl    w,m in town IE**1 Piomptly.    Tho damage was
Friday.
; slight
ART
PICTURtS
PICTURt
FRAMING
BINNING
THEPMOTOGRAPMER
:,oi'
PR ESI   PHOTO   CD.
WE
SPECIALIZE
BRANCHES
PttOTOGRAPmr
Born At Cranbrooki, Wodnoslay, J. Fl, Qalwln, it. Duffoo, H. John-
Jnnunry nth, to Mr, and Mrs J, nm A. 0. l.ipbiirdt, A liurusidc,
Sun,lotnoli, 1, boy •!• R, Campbell,   11.     Brown, 0, ll. '
[ Henderson aud 11. tiriiut, all ol For- ,
.iun     Joflrtoa    now weighs     270 ] „,,, wen, Crnnbrooli   visitors Friday.
pounds      He has a   Hit chance I,, rt 	
envoi   the championship. A  potltloO hus been circulated this
Did yon ^w«^"'\^n"ln! Sl   whicli will be uroaontod to   the  Pro-,
City   Duds    in the  Aiulitoiluu, Innl   nmM AMCJAyt ,,m    ,or „ ,ol!„, |
ii'j'ln
Mi      ami
Antler, M.i
loi-,   Fndii
Mrs
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I OEM CAFE j
\Mi
:    Lunch Counter    :
Slaght & Brogan,  Prop's
♦
♦
♦ Meals    At   All    hours,    Day   and    Night      ♦
♦ ♦
♦ We Serve The   Best The Market
Can  Produce
GIVE   US   A   TRI^L
:
lM, week, nud received many slgnalures,
which will bt pronciiti',1 to the Provincial Assembly, asking for n locnl
option law be llltl,idilced tills session
•..  li.  White,     ,>l
Crnnbrook ms|      (i  "    Hl'aw, ol   Hpoknno;    B, S,
Taylor, <<i   Nolson;     A. Koamor ,,f
, FuMie; and   .1    A   Mucilolluld of Muy
i   Mciiei I,    ,,i Winnipeg, Men,, I lu, wen, roglsturoil ai tho Crunbrook
trnnsactlng buslnosH in    Ciud-  Wednusday.
,,„.  toduj ' 	
The    Grout    Northern    agent   ut
I'   I.,,ii,I.   manager ,,i   tile   Crow's   UrldcsvUle    was held up und robbed
Nesl Puss I,uml, ,,., was   In t„wn  ol la a   short   time ago.     'Ihu. will
Mnndnj give Jim Ilill another chance to roar
about hard times and the Insecurity
il   K   Burgess, und C   »   Hurt, of' ol railway stocks,
Kokanc were registered nl  the Orani
1,1-ook M Iny * Hopoat n   "Hblloh o Cure will   al
ways   cure   my   coughs   and   colds."
\    Doyle, ami  Will    i'mini,     diovi
ovoi  Irom Fnrl    Hteole    'I sday oil THE PMOSl'MOTOB Is the plonooi'
IniHlnen newspaper ol   BoUtheuHl      Kootenay.
II. Is up to date In every   particular,
,.       i,,,,,,.,     iidoul  ol ihe  -in,' »nd is   constantly devoting space to
llvan Croup Mltilne r,',. was iu lown the upbiilldliig ol tl ranbrook Dis
Thursdny
Cbc €mpirc Daubcrillc
6 - BIG ACTS - 6
Al. Watson & Co. in "The Dog Catcher"
Musical Spraguellos
Nonsensical Musical Novelty
A Satans's Pastime
Cozarro, Equilibrist and Hand Balancer
Mantell's Marionettes Hippodrome
Two Johnsons, Billy B and Leone
Whirlwind Eccentric Singing and Dancing
Melba Herman, Vocalist and Condienne
il THE Bid SHOW, popular prices, 50 & 75c
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H'1,'1.
»R,fflDI»
THE   ONLY t
WHITE   RESTAURANT   I
Tht Prince Kuperl Umpire will »"*   t-notod
bo tn blame if thul olty iIooh not b«
iun* 11 dry town
Wr notice iiy tin' C roe ton Review
- Mint Mike u big ilog In that tuwn,
IJ Imri born worrying a cull. Til in Ih
rather n hoi'Ioum state ul alTalra In a
(trowing tuwn, and wo BUpgost tbat
Mike lie captured mid Introduced to
ihr open end ul a a\% uboolcr Tbo
calvoi) in tbo province    must bo pro-
For Sale
in   Cranbrook
!
oSSr-Bta -""" 't- "' oUSpSR t     Ootuw   n.».'   M   Bvo ,'ooiuh,
»•»»«•«" nlid^Too1.? "r;:,^"1!::!': wiZ
.... „,,   li 0, liirnlsbiid or   not  li It    tlio
i.onstubi,' ii   o     Adnuy, ol tt«r    ,.,„JV,,,,1,.„,.U ,,t purcbnBor,    Apply t„
nor wim in th,'    iity Monday on oin-
i nil buBlno&H. I
.1    ii:    DICKSON
AII.MIMHTIIATOIl'S   NOTIOB,
Notlco is horoby Riven that on tho
Hih dny ,,i January, 1909, It wan
oldiuoil    by    I'.      B,      Wilson,   Usq.,
Jutlffo of tlni County Court of Kust
Kootonay, that Jiini™ Korgusi n
Ai'iiisi.i'oiii',, Ofllclnl Admlnlfltrntor
lor thut Portion ol tho r,„,nty ol
Kootonay Includod lu thc Eloctoral
uiatiictB oi crnnbrook nnd ForniOi
Im Adiiilnist,l',|l.,,i' of nil und sn;ulur
lho ostnti' of Prodorlck Hoiiitlus An-
ilcrson, d,'i','ns,',l inteHtato,
Every pornon Indebted to tho said
docouHCd Is required to ninko pay-
mont foiiliwiili   to tho undersigned
Evory porBun having in poBBonslon
oITocIb bol,,ni'ini; to tlm ilecimsiid Is
required forthwith to notify the un
dorfllRnod.
Evory crotlltor or othor nwflon
having any elnlm upon or Intoroat
In tho illsirlliiiiion ,,f the estate ol
tbo sulil docoaflod In roqulrod to Bond
before the IVih day of ITobriiniry
nuxt, by roRlBtorod mall nddroBnod to
Iin- iiniioi'sii',111',1, his niiiiiii und ad-
drcHB uiul tho full pnrtlcillai'B of his
i'linin or inli'iT'ii und n iitiitrmiiit
,,t Ins account and tha nature of tbo
security ill uny) bold by him.
Alter tho imlil lust montlonod dute
tho AdmlnlHtrntor will proceed with
Ilir distribution of llm oatato Imv
lui'. regard to tboHO olnltnn only of
which lio shull huve hud notlco,
liuleil at Cranhrook this kth day
ot January, 1909,
J. F. Armstrong,
lit uUloiul Adinlnlutrutor
AIIMlNIHTHA'nilt'H NOTIOB,
Notlco is hereby glvon that on tbo
llth day ol January, l'JU'J, .It wmi
ordi'i'i'd by I'. I'i, WIIhiii, Esq.,
Judge ol tho County Curt of Wast
Kootonay, thst Jatnoa Ferguson
Armstrong, iiitlclnl AdmlniBtrutor
lol' thut portion of tho County of
Kootenay included in the Electoral
Uistrlcts hi Cranbrook and Fernie,
be Administrator of all and sinrular
: tho estate of Hugh Campbell,
decenaed Inteatato.
I    Every person indebted to the   Bllid
| deceased Is    required   to make   pay-
 nt forthwith   to the undersigned.
Evory person having    In possession
; effects belonging   to the deceased    Is
' required  forthwith  to  nutif;   thn  uu
! derulgned.
Every creditor or other person
having any claim upon or interest
III the llinl I Unit ion „f Ihe estnte of
llie said deceased Is required to ootid
. beforo     tho    17th     dny   of Fidirnni y
j next, by registered mail addressed to
the nil1' ralgned, Ills name and ad'
droHR nnd the full particulars of bis
claim or Interest, and a ittnteiiunt
ol his account nml tho nature of the
security  ill anyi held by him.
, After the suid last mentioned duto
Ilia Administrator will proceed with
tho  'distribution of   tho estate   liuv-
■ ing regard to those rlnlmn only ol
which he sluill Imve had notlco.
j    Dated at   Iranbrook   this Sth day
I of Jnnuary, 1909,
I J. F. Armstrong,
-I ofllclnl Administrator.

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