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Array L"or.'.17 o! L-% HI
Vol. IS.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, WUT.
No. 84.
,;
FOR PUBLIC CLEANNESS
K    L.   Borden   Will   App-al   to
Oanailii 0:1 Platform of Eleo
lion lit - form mill National
PiO{;r,ss.
Ottawa, Ans;. III. Th-opposl
lum loader li:,.-. lell lur Nnvn
Si'iiliti nhi'i-e iiii ilii-L'iiiii insliinl
h,- will address ihe lirst nt n
series nl' in eiiiijfs lu In- helil
iln ue.- August, September und
Oi'li'hl'l' in ull llu- provinces of
the Doinlniiin. In lhis com
prehensile lour Mr Boi'tlon will
not only discuss uiul eriliei/.e tho
policy uml uiliiiiiiisiruiinii of the
Lnil'lel'government bill will set
forth, explain ami ilefenil his
own program me anil thai of his
party. During the last two
sessions the opposition leader
has in speeches in parliament
and in resolutions, supported by
the Conservative party in tIn-
House, declared his policy on
many important questions It
may be expected that in the important series of meetings now
to be held these propositions will
be reaffirmed, and Mr. llorden
will take occasion to declare his
policy on the other questions
which may be before Ihe people
in the nexl Federal election.
Mr. Borden has already taken
strong ground in favor of reform
iu election methods and of
greater promptness in the (rial
of election petitions. He is
against the law's delays in these
(•usesand opposed lo the saw-oil's.
He showed lasl session his determination to do all that was
possible for lhe purification of
politics, no matter what party
might sutler in the process.
Political graft of all kinds finds
in Mr. Borden an enemy lo be
reckoned with as has been
already demonstrated in many
cases. The opposition under his
leadership has done its best to
prevent, expose and punish the
plunder of the public domain in
the West. It has stood up for
tlie settler against the political
land speculator, and against the
traders in grazing leases in timber
limits and land concessions. No
doubt Mr. Borden will have
something lo suy ou these subjects.
At this stage of affairs
audiences east and west will be
glad to hear what Mr. Borden
has to say for himself and his
party on questions of transportation and the development of
national waterways and seaports.
Farmers desire lo know whether
he and Ins party have any
message for them in respect lo
more efficient transportation for
their products. Those who have
been diligent students of
political history during the lust
few years do not need to be told
that Mr Borden has not
hesitated to express his viowson
these issues. Ile has also dealt
with the subject, of federal
aggression on the provinces, on
the degradation uud partisanship
of the civil service, and on most
other subjects concerning which
he would lift expected as a
political lender to declare his
views.
The forthcoming series of
meetings will enable the
opposition leader to bring together these declarations and
present them in a form where
Ihey can be taken as a whole.
He will he aide to take up any
questions ou which the public
may desire a clear statement of
the opposition policy. What hus
been known lo those only who
have made a careful study of
political questions will thus be
shown lo the people at large, as
Mr. llorden meets tliem face to
face. Whether Ihey like his
views or not, they will know
that thoy have before I hem a
sincere and conscientious states
man, who says the thing thut he
believes and who will do the
thing that he says. The Con
servutive leader does not have a
different  policy  for  each    pro
vilice, lie will proclaim the
same doctrine east and wesi in
fill-liters. In tnaiiiit'actureis nml
nailers.
Tho Lumber Industry.
There is u cniisiunl ly incrcas
iug demand I'm* cars mi iln
Crow's Nesl branch for liiinbei
nml coal shipments,
.lusi now lliere is u shortage
i-i cars I'm- lumber, ihe deninivl
boing urgent il is hard to see how
i'i 'dors euii  In'  tilled   unless
iln- sii mil Ion is relieved by li
largely increased number of cars.
K. 0, R. TO BE CONSTRUCTED
Official  Orders Expected   liniiiodi
ately.
Official aniiouncomenl of the
intention of the C. P. R. to undertake the construction of ihe
Kootenay Central Railway this
year is expected in the course of
a few days, A decision to build
the line has been reached as a
consequence of a trip made recently over the projected route
by Mr. William Whyle, second
vice president of the C. P. R.
He covered the ground in an
automobile and was so favorably
impressed Ihal immediately upon
his return to Winnipeg lie took
up the question of construction
with Sir Thomas Sluiughnessy.
Arrangements preliminary in
llie lettering of contracts for construction are proceeding.
The line will connect Goidon,
on tlie main transcontinental
line, with Fort Sleele. on the
northern bank of tlio Kootenay
River, and thence to Fort Steele
Junction, on the Crow's Nest
Pass line. The roud will follow
the north eastern bank of the
Kootenay from Fort Steele to
Canal Flat, where it will cross
the river and run along the west
shore of Upper Columbia Lake,
crossing again at the foot of tho
lake and following the Columbia
River to Golden. About ten
miles of the road was built last
year out from liolden.—liolden
Star.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Shipping Ore
visitors Hen and There   People
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Tlio.-e Who Co Away.
Iloosi for Labor Day,
K  A. U'niis nl' Wattsburg wns
ii 11 iiy Thursdny on business.
A I ironier wus at Mnrysville
I'hursdny   mi husiness
Flurry Ban' was up hum Tracy
u-eeli Siiturilny lasl on luisiiu'ss.
A   I.   McDhi'IiioI, is now agenl
fill' llie    I'alisl    III,'Will!'    l'l,.',   ul
Millwuukee.
IC, Stephens nl' Portland. Ore..
was a guesl al Hie Cosmopolitan
Wednesday.
X. Hanson isi Wasa was in
town Tuesday transacting busi
ness.
J.  Ryan and  R,    E.    Beattie
visited   llie   Payroll    mine   nn
Tuesday.
A. McCowan, car foreman at
the simps was al Killgsgnto
Monday on business.
Horn nl Cranbrook, Saturday
Augusi ITlli. to Mr. and Mrs, li.
Stewart, a son.
W. E. Worden lias the contract
lor excavating a cellar under the
Imperial bank.
Moyie had ti payroll lasl week.
$lj,l)iiii was Iheiiniouul placed in
circulation.
M. J. Singet, a prominent
lawyer of Virden, Man..
accompanied liy his wife, spenl
Thursday in Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sluples,
who have been spending their
honeymoon in tlie far east,
returned home Sunday lust.
For a change—Pickled Pigs
Feet, Pickled Pork, Sail Salmon
and Salt Herring—At P. Burns
St Co. Phone 10.
B. Cooper of Toronto. R.
Benedick of Mayook, A. Anderson of Winnipeg, and A. H.
Sperry of Spokane were guests
at tlie Crunbrook Tuesday.
M. Shilling nl Perry .-reek wus
ni i 'raiibri nlc Friday mi business,
Mr. nml Mrs. A. McDonald of
Moyio were (Iranbrook visitors
Thursday.
I' P. I.uml nl' Spokane was in
llin eii v Praiav ill company 'I'llI,
Lis brother P. I.nml of Wurdiier.
The Labor Day Coiumiliee
iiii'i'i- Saturday evening ul s
nVlnek in Mighton's Hall.
LOCAL BALL LEAGUE
Tii
Furroll "I Moyie   spoti
days Hus week   in  1'inii
I His Staples nl WyclilTe, will
lenve louiorrow on n husiness
Irip In points in Miunesolii mnl
Michigan
Again Cranbrook Defeits Creston
A full Week of Ball
Playing.
The rinse ball gn  between
Iiie     ToWII      ami      I HI re     lOlllllS,
played   mi    Monday    evening,
resiilii'il iii a victory Inr lh-'
Town loom, A good lu-and "I
hull w.is played up in ihe  third
iiinin.jjs. W I  Die offices Innl:  n
balloon   mnl   remained   in    Hie
rliiiiils iiiiiii Hie euii ui' lhe game.
Tlie score was ns follows:
I 2'.l I -".117       1,ilni
Town. . .."J 111 1 :: p>
1 im,'.-^  2 11 1 tm 111        7
Creston vs CranbronK.
Clerks vs Shops
Sullivan Ihe twirler inr the
lown leum made a record 011
I'hursdny when he held the Simps
down in sine!,. n„i. The
feature.-, nf Hie ^n in,- boing llie
pitching of Sullivan, who with 11
single exception rolircd the
opposing side In four oul of livi
"mini's Reed for lhe Sin,pa
made several sensalloiml cnlehns.
Henderson slide bases in a
ui 11.mu* Ihal showed I,, Hie fan-
Hiul "Billy' needed thorn in  his
Mrs.  .lames  Finlay  who  has     „„     ,, ,
, visiting ai  Cranbrook  I'm*!    ''"' ' l-"slon bum'1''   "'"   *"'*
ing saiislieil   wiili  tlie result of
Hie previous game, played a
second game on Friday evening
which satisfied  thom  thul  thoy
were mil in the Cranbi I,   rlnss
nl* ball players. The name
was fust from the start, Creston
piling up three runs in llie lirst
seemed tn he nut with Hu- big
slick, bul this was a mistake,for
Cranbrook evened up matters
and showed Hie hoys from lhe
cily of Hie big red apple, that il
was Cranbrook who had imported
a wagon tongue that was used
by "Teddy" Roosevelt on si in ilui'
occasions. Heavy hailing on
llie part of Cranbrook was the
feature  of   lho game,  ami   lhe
lie will he employed by P. Hums j following summary  shows iluu
St tin Creston   was    noi    in    ii    for
  (championship honors.
General Snperiiiloiidunt R.  E.'    Thl, M„n, Wils lls r(p||(lH.s.
.Iiiiiiieson nl Calgary was in   the
city  Friday.     He   was   ncconi-
pained by Dr. MoKidd, C. P.   R
medical officer of Calgary.
The Rough Riders of the Crow
line, suggest lhat tlie one thing
necessary in their business, is
that tho company, the C. P. R.,
put in steam Ileal on all box cars.
.1. Nabb of Pernie, W. II.
Croasley of Toronto, George and
Samuel Allien of Fredriclon, X.
B. were registered at llie Cranlirook Wednesday.
llie    past    weok,    returned    1
Khnborley Thursday.
Tho Ancient Order of
Foresters held Iheir regular
fortnightly meeting in Walls
Hall on Thursday.
Govornmonl Agent ,1. F, Ann
strong was at Hosmer, mul
Michel ihis week on official business.
Events on the Labor Day Programme are npen lo residents iu
West Kootonuy residing east nf
Kootenay Lake, and tho whole
of Easl Kootonay.
William Harrington, manager
of lhe Calgary Caltlc Co . loll on
Thursday for Vancouver, where
'llu
s|,„p,
rl.'i-l;.,
1 *.':: I:
.1	
,2 I .",111
Tin-   standing of    Hie   city
league is ns follows: .
IV..ii      Lnsl Tin       i-.-1-ni
Town        ii       i! 1 7.-11
Clerks      7       il 1 525
Offices       2        fi I 280
Shops       2       ii I 2S0
ft, C. Gamble, provincial
Engineer. Government Agent .1.
F. Armstrong, and rondsuperin-
tendant Don .Mack'ay wore at
Wardner Saturday lasl looking
over 11 site for 11 ferry.
Contract has been let for the
hauling of ore from the Payroll
mine to the ears at Wattsburg.
Hauling commenced on Monday,
and it is expected that by today
there will be some twenty-five
tons ready for shipment  to thei
Trail smelter. The ore Is a 'lu> local fri""n association
telluride carrying high values in, should oiler a reward to any
gold. 1 o"o offering   information    that
j would   lead   to  conviction    for
Mineral Float. illegal   killing   of   ducks   and
  chickens between  now and the
Slowly but surely Cranbrook'opening of the season,
district is growing in Importance
as a mining ilisirict.
Wild Horse creek mini
taking advantage of the abun- a warehouse al  Cranlirook.  and
dance of water lo push operations will make this city the shipping
I   The Raymond Sugar Refinery,
>rs are'of Raymond, Alta, havo secured
in the placer mines.
The Tracy  creek  dislriel    is
seamed with numerous largo and
well      defined     contact      veins
point fm- thoir product  in  this
district.
Dave. Griffith, the pioneer of
carrying high grade ore of copporj Wild Horse Creek was in ihe
and silver lend cily Wednesday.    Dave,  repurls
Silver is going down, while I'luoor mining In full bluston tho
zinc is going up. Itls now moreM'lRtorlc crook, and ihal Hie out-
appropriate hir Die "smart   S(,|" ! put ol Ihe yellow   tal   will  be
to talk of Iheir zincwure, insleiid Increased Ilns year,
of silverware. 	
Prospeciing   for   copper    Isi    Mr.   P   .Tordon,   representing
receiving great   attention,    und  lllG <" her Creek   Milling   Co.,
the   discoveries    made   in    St,  Wlvs    "'     ''"'   ('"-v    Wednesday
Mary's disl rid give indications \mMng arrangeii s   hu-   tiie
of grout promise. dolivory of several  carloads,   nl
There appears lo be n    1'uir «»'"• »'1'H' will be consigned  u,
prospect iiiui UieSulllvanGroup Clftnbl k merchants,
of mines will pay a dividend  by
the first or the coining year. An einergeiil  oling of ('ran
,      , ' brook Lodge A. ft,   and   A.   M .
It lakes money to make money w||| in- held tomorrow, Sunday
and the truth ol llus saying has Allf,MS, gBth   .,,,  Masonic Hall,
never been verified more Hilly
than the case of opening up the
mines of the Cranbrook district.
Canada will soon have a mini.
This is us il should be, foi' Hummers of the Dominion want
their gold uud silver  made  Into
coin ami pul inio circulation Instead of so much rag inoiioy.
Word has been received Ihal
Rov. McKillop, of Lelhliridge.
died nl his home lhe lii'sl of this
weok. Mr. McKillop is well
known iu Cranbrook. wns tt prominent, mason, His son I). Mc
Killop is 11 conductor on tho
Crow line, who has made Cran
brook his headquarters for
several years.
for the purpose ol' attotldh
divine service at Chrisi Church
The sermon will bo delivered hy
Righl Worshipful Brother 13 P.
Flcwellyii, pnsl grand 1 haplllln,
It C vislliiig brethren urn
cordially I'pqiioslod 1.0 he present,
P. P, Pottl pioco, western
organizer for Ihu liilornatloiial
Typographical union wus in the
cily this week, and instituted
Cranlirook Typographical union,
the following officers were
elected. ,1. Reed, president, M,
BllllllgS, vice pres,, L. Sill 1 iVilli
sec trciis. Every ''sine" ill Ihu
Prospeclor und Herald offices
carry a union curd.
C. Hungerford Pollen, presi
dent of the Konlenuy Central
Railway Company, and .1. A.
Harvey were al Calgary lhis
week on railway mailers.
E. Wilson of Chicago, III.. T.
A. Brady of Montreal, I) F.
Davis of Toronto and ft. C.
Adams of Diiliiili were registered
at the Cranlirook Friday.
Mrs. Green entertained a large
numbor of invited guests in the
Opera house Friday evening.
Tlie Opera house was prettily
decorated with electric lights,
Chinese lanterns and evergreens.
1 2
I-l 6 117
I!
Creston itu
100 12
imu
ii
I Inn,liliiiil:    34 0 1  1 nl
1.1I11
21
Creston,
A. II.
II.
1!
dun Mi'ilil
1
:i
2
.1 -
■1
:i
1
M.-Killn.-k
1
n
1
Miller
1
2
1
II. Wilson
a
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Cin-lii'lt
:i
2
0
II. Miller
L'
2
1)
Ihila.y
11
1
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lillSt.V
:i
1
1
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17
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Cranbrook,
A. |l,
II,
ll.
ll,,|l,.,'k
ii
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1
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,",
,-,
Miller
11
il
s
Fiillini
r,
j*,
1
MisCiilluin
*
,*l
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Jorgoiislon
;',
1
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Wilson,
5
1
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:i
Clerks vs Office*
In the baseball game on Tuesday eveuiug Hie fans were I rou tod
to another balloon ascension, tho
Office   leum   remaining   in   the
W, H. Hill returned Thursday clouils  'luri"K   ""'   lllsl   ''irce
from a business trip to New
York and eastern I'anadian
cities. lie reports having a
very successful visit to tho
eastern husiness centers.
innings. The feature of the
game being the pitching of
Sullivan, and the heavy hulling
of the clerks
The seni'e was as follows.
12:11,-1     total
Clerks...
11,11 1
I', R, Anderson,   principal of
the public schools was busy this oiiiouii'."''.''.!.'.'..'.'..'.'. 1 55
week  Inking a census of school      Umpire 13 Smnll
1 a
children in Cranlirook. \vh el
will he coinple'eil liy lhe lalli
part of next week.
Shops vs Town.
., , ,,       ,.     n    ,.,.„, „,„,       OllO nf lhe besl   played   g s
Mr. ami Mrs. (,.   II.  Gilchrlsl ■ ,     ,„ , ;
and child, of Nolson woro gnosis lh0  '""'"  '"''' I,':"'"1   "'"
nt  llu-  Royal  llus  week.     Mr. Shops on Wednesday by n scoro
Gilchrist Is tho iiiimagor for 11 fll in 5,   The simps had ihe
Slngor Sewing Muehluo Co., tor host of tho argil nl  until  the
Knnteiiuy dislriel.
There was nn mooting of Hie
Cily Council nu Wednesilny
evening, no quorum boing pre
sent. Aldermen McCowiill,
Ryau and Hickeiilinthaui wore
nn hand Inr lhe transaction of
business.
seveiilh   inning,   when    Burton
I'll IIIO     111     Hie       rescue      of      Hie
Town loam with a two base
wallop bringing iu iwo runs.
Tin- Shops scored in ihe second
ami till I'll five runs. Hi,- Town
having 'ml nne run mnl throe
Igoose eggs iii their bushel unlli
lhe lillh wlien Ihey scored again
A reunion of ihe family of  W.
I-' Title will i"'held 1 orrowjl   Al   ll"' cominiiiicoine '   il
heing ihe :.'.',ih : iversitry   of seventh innings I he s e wa
the weddiu-i of  Mr,  ami   Mrs
Talc     RoSH'I'lllll   nl   Lelllhriilge
ami Fruil Ti 1 North Buy,will
he nl  I ie nu lhat dale.
W. T   Reid,  has  sold   mil   his
business in Burns  Brolhurs of
Winnipeg. Imili ni ihe gonll 1
bine I ngaged in. ami mail''
11 success ill Hi'1 Hi V   dn,ils   ami
clothing    business,     Mr.    Ruid
will remain   ill   Cranlil'ooll   lllllil |siio|i« 11111111111
nexl spring. Umpire E. Smnll.
Til INTENDING SETTLERS
Where  to   Obtain   Good   Soil
Good Water and Climate
Mr  Editor:
I bog in trespass mi your
valuable space as a medium Inr
'.xprossing my views nf u vast
■Hi-etch nf tnngnificoul country
ihal you have in y,, -I- Cranbrook
I'st rid I have heen visil lug
mil looking fnr a point In  soltlo
lown, im- n hi ', with   agricul
1 ne ami mixed farming Im* a
profitable occupation in engage
"i-    I Imi doiiblodly obtained
"iv object ami consider ihal
there nr.' many places near your
cily, an,I ranging r>-  Wardner
1 ' I'liniil Flat, mi both si,le> of
Hi,' Kooienay river is an ideal
i-iuiiiirv for any energetic man
li obtain a good farm al ensl nf
a very sm-ill capital. The
climate U superb, .small fruits
are Indigenous, indeed even al
Hi" presenl time there are
several engaged and making a
living frmu lhis source .\ rail-
nay from Cranbrnnk. in all pro-
liability will snmi he constructed
Ihrough this soction nf country
■it an early date, when completed
hay. vegetables, and fruit can
he put nn market from ones door.
The lumbering industries are
assured, thousands of acres
having heen .secured and arc
heing operated upon.
I have in, use for a bleak un
certain pra rio district, and if
this letter can divorl any
inlbiidiiiL'  settler   from   ihal.   I
shall feel ihal I have d  good
service 1.0 him,    Yours truly,
Recent Settler.
To Bring King's Bible.
London, Aug. l'H -King Ed
ward's Bible, which will he presented in Hie nld linn,in Parish
church, ai Williamsburg, Va.,
Hie second oldest religious
organization in America, will lie
takon in Jamestown exposition,
where Hie presell Inl inn will lake
place, iiy Hie llishnp nf Liilldnn.
lhe Right Rov, Dr. A. F, Vi.
Ingram.    'I'lm bishop will sail
I'T New York lle.VI Week
He    will      visil      XeA      Ynli;.
Washington, Richmond, Norfolk
ami Boston, as well as lhe principal cities nf Canada.     At Rich-
 Ud    lie    Will    he   the   guest     nf
Ii ' ai Hm centenary conference nl lhe American
Episcopal church, ami while in
New England will be entertained
ul Yale and Harvard,
Committee Meeting.
Tho executive committee of the
Cranlirook Conservative associa
tion met on Thursday evening in
Mighton's Hall. 10 make the
necessary arrangements for  tin-
recepti f Mr. R,   L.   Borden,
Hie Dominion leader iif the Con-
servative parly, wim will speak
in Cranlirook October 1st.
II was decide] that a general
invitation should he extended to
every Conservative association In
Southeasl Kootenay tn participate m Hi'' cvcni,    .\  miii,,,.
was appointed in confer with the
Special trains will leave Sirdar | C  P. R officials, ami  in secure
I ial oxcurslon  trains   from
Harrington Chained,
Tl xoculivo  coininllt.ee   of
lhe Base Ball League mot nn Priday morning ami presented to
■■Hilly" Harrington a gold chain
ami charm, us a token nf the es-
loom in which "Billy" is Iml.I by
ihe members of the association,
Harrington has proved the star
catcher of ihe Lenguo, ami as a
huso runner, is not tn bo excelled,
and is an ull round player who
attends to btisiue'snl every point
or stage of lhe came. Mr.
Harringlon lefl on Priday'strain
for Vancouver. Ho will bo
missed in uthloticcircles, and liis
friends, including the "Fans"all
wish liim prosperity and happiness where ever he mny lie
loeatod.
CHARGE IS LAID
Lumberman Accused of Conspiracy
Prosecution of Alberta
Dealers.
At Edmonton on Wednesilny.
inforiniilioii was sworn oul
charging the members of the
executive committee of tho
Albortii Retail Lumber Dealers
Association wilh au offense, provided for by the criminal code,in
res] 1     tn    conspiracies     in
relation in 1 null- combination.
Tlm persons charged are. I'.A.
Prim f Calgary;   W. S, Clark
of Eilin.mimi: W. I). Becker of
Calgary; A M (irogan of Cal
gory; ft Vi. Irwin, Vogroville;
.1. McDonald, Edmonton; A. Cl
Crosse, Wutaskiwiii. I). C. flour-
ley. Lacombe; Wm. Dean. Olds;
W. Stuart., (liilgnry; Vi. Barclay,
Chiresholm; and .1   Vi. McNIcoll
of Lethbridge,    Each del' lam
is      charged       with      three
conspiracies contrary to tlie
sections mentioned, with their
coadjutors and other members of
the Albortii Retail Lumber
Dealers' Association; wilh the
members nf the Mountain Mill
Association of 13 C : and wiih
Hie II I.'. Lumber Association,
known as ihe Coasl Association.
tin Labor Day.
Kootonay Lauding to Craubrooli
ami ir llosmor io (Iranbrook,
The lieu   I (peril  Minis,-   has   heen
al 1 a 111 . 1','iiiii- 7 15, Kiinlierle
s.iln. calling ni  all Inter lial
points      Returning   will   leuv
Crunbrook about - ■'-" p.m.
Excursion rules I'm- round tripIsecured, ami there is un doubt
will he good going Aug, Bl, but that a largo numbor ot Coil'
Sept, Nt ami 2nd, rolurning sorviillves from all over the dis.
Sept. Itrd Pull schedule of tricl will come to Oranbrook in
11:1 ins, mid rales will he sent   mil j he.ir Mr   Borden speak
I" Hm dllToronl points not I r It is reported that premier Mc
than Monday noxl |*rldu    will    accompany    Mr.
II   White, Sncrolnry Horden    in   his   1 -   through
Elect. Delegatus. British Columbia,
Ai 11  Liberal 11 ling  Imlil  in
Mighton's I lull mi Friduy even
in:- i.l lust wool! P    E  Simpson,
In I lu favor nf lhe Simps and ns
-.nappy hall was lieiug played
tlio shops looked like winners,
wiili two men nu huses. Burton
hit for iwo buses mnl brought
home Imih uu 11. winning 1 he
line iin- the Tnwn.
The score:
I :.:i 1:, nr      i„i„i 'I'he Liberals ol Murvsv
wn I uun 1 n:!       11 Monday  evening  elected   .1.   F,    unroot
llulehl mn as a delegate   In  llm     ™ni„'J,:''„
Vancouver eouvuu-.ii
Will Culobriito Labor Day.
Mr. Hurry While, secretary nf
the   Lahnr  day   c ifttoo,   lias
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delegates in tlm Vntieoiivi
i;  E  Ileal ne. K   ll   Small and I I veil word fr Imrollowlng
Hoggarth   wee   elec.eil   a*    J"",1*"; '" l'J' s in lorn, i ng bin,
tlml Iheir mills will he closed oil
'""   thai day in order thai omploj s
volition.                                           1 may nllciiil Hm celebration.
I'he Liberals ol Mnrysville mi    ™" *"'"''"'1 "'» m wjcim.
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SATURDAY, AUUUST JI. IU07.
IT seems to be it growing cus-
imn for Indians to shoot
game of ull kinds in season ami
out. If an Indian is brought he-
fore a police magistrate for an
infraction of tbe game law, il is
pleaded thai huuting is his only
means of existence and nine
times out of ten lie is turned
loose to kill a lew more chickens
anil grouse, which lie sells at 27
cents apiece. The lime has
passed when an  I mil,iii should lie
allowed to do whul a while man
cannot do without heing lined
lieai ih
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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CUANBROOL,     -    B.C.
W. R. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
llriiisli Columbia
Wc ftlM) Do Dm l)Hi*iiiil
There is a qualil)  often     	
eil.   iiumely i tidence     C	
lence     soi '     nes    comes    by
lisp i-al on to a  wavering  man
Granbrook
yi Uivcru
QBARl  >-*  DO' l B, PROP'S
Teams an,I drivers furnish
ed for ail) point n the dis
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A. DOYLE, Mnnngoi
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1 SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED !
Tus,,,, ll,,',,' Iijii„li„„-lls i- I,,
wnnl  especially ,\li,-n you
lelirn   hint   Utile   inun.■>   »ill
uiako you tliu possessor.    Tlio
:i um  nl  L'uiiilorl  n>  Ue deny,-,l  |.-mii ,  uiil In- wiirtli
i.-n times tlm i-n-i.   r in
ami iIii-iii.   llm- prices in-"
lYnni l'l.fill in $11,110.
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Mining I
Bottled beer for faiuil)
use ;i specialt".
ling at
♦ Outside   Orders
♦ GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTE
NTTOS
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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♦ ikiugallsorts    big sound- ,   ;*'v;x',   'JJ/*;^™.."""'"' "' "'
♦ - -       the farmer's cash. '         u -■: -   ccrtiumic    No.    nrini
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..'iJV! Host that there is.
f C. E. REID & CO.,
T Phonc 74     The Druggists.
C. H. DUNBAR
llAlilHSTKK, SOLICITOR
uml NOTARY  PUBLIC.
Granbrook, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Ci-anbroolc, U,C,
TII OM AS    McV 1TT1 ED
P.U.S.  Ai* CE.
Porl Steele ll.C.
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Physician «->**> Suraeon
OFFICE ARMSTROXO  AVK,
llneus:   ll tn II ii.iii. 1! lu I p.m.
7 In S |i.in.
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111 - - a   :        but thev   make      u    ■ ".■■   '.ii- notlco Uiul ncllou, unilo
pav ease be I ire vou gel :!.«■ "'"';': "'':"": """I'"1 bc,Dro th.° 'M"
ii.-. of such I urttflciitcsol [mprovoments,
,    . ort   Steele  Brewing Co.. Ltd.    Z|g - "nd '»" ■''•^i" besides,   n« „..■:„,„,,y„,,.„„,,.a.,,..,«.,
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I.    CLAPP
W.  ROLLINS
ote
linker Street,      Cranbrook, U.C
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Liylttetl   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Comfortahle Heiirooins
I irsl Class Dininii Uoom
UEADQUAUTI'jRS   ftOH TOURISTS AM» OLD  TIMERS
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Draying a Specialty
.lu>t received a Carload
ul Wagons and Carriages.
town nr municipal treasury, with
which schools are maintained,
mails, bridges and sidewalks
built. They do noi contribute to
churches or to charitable
institutions, li is better to see
what vnu buy, ami buy what you
waul, uml eul out dealing with
I lie mail order houses.
...
Patience is a cardinal virtue.
absolutely essential to good salesmanship. A nervous person,
intolerant or impatient, will
nover lie a success behind ihe
counter. Much bettor drive a
span of mules
Twenty-Five   Years   in   British
Columbia
Twenty-live years ugo there
was mil very much doing in
llriiisli Columbia. Tlie largest
place lliere would only bo a mere
village, and there were not even
inony villages. Whal is that
Provineoto-day? It isabtilwark
in the Interior of Canada, the
pnwer of which we can hardly
grasp. Tn give an idea of the
stability nl' British Columbia we
havo only to notice tho activity
there muv.
When all the rest of Canada is
suffering I'rniii a needless four
iluu something might go wrong
wiili ilie crops, llriiisli Columbia
is cinilv making statistical reports ol record haul; clearings.
record building permits, record
ttsh Industry, record lumbering,
mining and fruit growing.
Things are humming oul al the
I 'nasi, ami there is a briskness
all through ihe mining camps of
zs the interior, the sawmills of tho
...  LE    PAIL  'RS        7S       I lonuys, In  faci  British Co-
Always Up-to-Date 3     \***mb'<* is ll l'"-'l:"' •>v***y '	
S      ! hive nl industrial and commorclul
-3       activity,
B.C  3 We  believe  thai  our  i- lors
uill forgot   provincialism  for a
moment ami bo broad-mined anil
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*z 3 llritish Columbia this  Dominion
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE CALGARY, ALTA - , ,„vill„. ,,„„ ■„, wuft-th „,
.7- "3  resourccK surpasses ull the other
S-~ 3  iiinviiices    Her lislierios, forests
£      FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER     | \ ,„„ ,,,.., ,„,,„, prldo
£ » • t-» a.    ,sX*   TT„„1 ~s  to  the   Umpire,   and   il   should
£       A nice Roast ot veal       ■■*** llwllkl,n, Ml„llsy,,,,,, ,„ silv
£ r...      ,.      T r^n.      r\4'      T ntnli 3  that the Coasl Province is onu of
I       or   a   Leg-   ot   Lami)       | „„.„,„„„. ,lirlfH (,r Uoillrol
£7'- 3 Canadii    ('oiiiiiiercinl, Wiiinipeg,
S |.'|*KSll   WiUS     '."'- I .!.'*■ M l-.NT ri.'KAMKI.'N   lUTTKI.'^
«~ 3 Cordwootl for Salo.
A line line of Trucks
for speeial lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour antl Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
I GRANBROOK TRADING 60.
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I Leaskj Henderson!
£ Cranbrook, -
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Take notlco Unit Mvtn S. Trow.ol Cranbrook
Hi', ocrutMtiioii minor, Intcnils i" npply
forn special tlmbei Uconftc ovor the followinit
iJosrrlbed lands:
Commenoing nt ;i post plantert at lho northwest corner of F. liyron's Umber licenco near
1'i'iry Creek and on tin- soulh lino of timber
licence 8330, tbenee west SO chains, thenoe
mii.th 140 chains, tbence oast 30 ehaius, tlionoo
north im ehaius to point of commencement.
,i ml ..'.hi in in inr 880 iu-ei's, more or loss,
Alvln S, Trow
Dated July IStb.llio;, 2fl
CIIANIIHOOK I.AM) DISTUICT,
Districl nf Kootonay.
Take notlco that Prcil Vf. Mltchcllr ol Klk-
moiiili. li.c, ocouputlon lumberman, Intonils
toapply tor permission i» pureliitBO tbo follow
Ins described lauds;
Commencing at a post planted at tbe soutli-
west cornor ol Michael Uoosor's t'ro-omption
N'o. POT, llionco ilui-oust in tho western bound.
nry of Lot llfifi, thonco soulh in elmlns, tbenee
wost to tin' bunk ot the ICoototmy Rlvor, thonco
following said bank northerly to tho plnee of
commoneemoni, und containing iKOaoroR, mom
r les
HiiH'<l July itii lix>;
Prod W. Mltoboll
•lin.VK I" 3
"2      I um |iic[i;ii«'»l in sii|)|ily, f(ootl
Hlovo wood, iii any lotiKllior
tjiianllly.     Lcnvo  ordorn   with
Main offloo for Boat Kootonay,       ^ ,;   T   |;nIM,r„  iha tfronnr, Roalo
Oranbrook- H. c ^S      ,,      ,
SuUUI\UUlUlUlUlUUlUU«U18lUUIiUU»UiUiU»U»iUlUUUuH I' '  a b. Bare,
I P. BURNS & CO., LtdJ >'■;
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5:       OnlRary, Alborln
NOTICE.
Nulii'i' Islioi-obj iflvon Iluu thirty days
nfici- ilui,- I Intend to upply IntlioClilof
I'lllliniiaailiniT (if l.lllllla   llllll   Woi'llS   III
Victoria, ll.C, toralliioncotoproapccl
for Coal unil Petrolciini on tlio follow-
iny tli'siTilnMl liimls Bltiinto In South-
oast ICoolonay Ht-ltlHli Coliinilila, Cun-
llllttl
1, Coimnonclng; ni it |iu-i planlod
adjacont to the I.'I mtlo posl on tho
Ciuiiuliiin Pin-Hie rtallroild boundur.v
Iinu betweon Block 1593 unit lltiu-k
l,r,K'.i uml boing; the bouUiwosI coriici-
pnsl ul I'i-ii-r McNicol locution, thonee
north so chains, thonco ciibI so clialns,
tl cc koiiIIi 80 chains, thonee wosl mi
cluiliiB in placo ut licjflnnlng contaluln-i
ii-io acres iiiot-c in- li'-s.
I..,.-jilr.I Hub Illli iluy uf .Inn,. 1007.
Peter MoNlcol, I nor
  M. .Imlil. Aironl
2. Commotiolng- al u poBt |ilnntcdud-
jiu-mil tu llu- III mill- post mi Ilir I'liiiii-
ilittu Paolllc Itiiili'i.iiil buiiiiiliiry lino
bolwoon Hloek 'IfiOlland Hloek 4580 und
boing il orlhwohl cornor   posl  uf
.liimi'i- Iinuliiii' liii'iiti.ui, Ilu-Mi-i-Biiiiili Sl)
iibalnB, iln-  oasl so chains, tin-	
nill'tll Sll i'llllilla. Illi'    IMSI, SI)   I'llllillS
u, plu.'O uf betfliininir conlulning 1140
ueres uun',' or Iran,
Loeatod this Nth ilu.v ul .1 , 11107.
JutnoB Dunbar, Locator
(loo, M. .Inilii. Agonl
:.. Couinionelng al u |iuai planted ad-
jiii'.'iii in iiu- IS mill- piiBl on the C'anii-
illiiii Paelllc I tni],'uml lionndary lino bolwoon lllui'k 451111 nml Uluok 45811 nnd
Imiiis ih,- southwest corner posl ol
Churles I'ronoh loi-ullon, thonco norlh
su I'liiiiiia, lliunco i-n-i 80 ohulns, tl	
south 80 clialns, lliom-u w.--i so i-huliiB
in |ilui I  IhikIiiiiIiih iiiinlilliiliiK 040
ucros un,i r loss.
I mod this llili dli} ill-liuii'. 1007,
iliiirli-, I'runeli, I i *
(Ieo, M, .Imlil, Ai'.-nl
I. i 'oiiiiniMU'liiu .ii ii |i'i-,i phinted ml
liii-i-nl In lln- 15 mil.- »il un il,,- l 'nmi
iliun I'ii.'ih.' Illllll'iiilil I.,.ii...Imi Iin.' Iiu
lu    I'.lu.'li   I .'.LI  mnl   llliii'li 1580 Ullil
lieInu   lln- northwi. I   'inn1 |iusl .loe
'I'aiinhiiuscr hii-ul.lon,  the .mill' su
chuins, then usl sn ohalns, llionco
nurlli 80 clialns, Mi,- wosl so chains
In   ph    ul   lii'.iiilliill; lilillill!!   IIIII
ucros ii or loss.
I. tlml Illi- Illli .111) nl-Inn.-. IIIU7
.lusi'plt Tannhuiisor, Locnlor
2* Uoo, M, .1 inl.l. Aj-onl
I    The Quality Store    j
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two things Uml can't bo bunt
GOLD SEAL TEA
AMI
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
CAMPBELL & MANNING
u Leave your order for Preserving Fruits atOampboll    ,)
Js   A* Manning Ihey will proteel you. 'tii
4-!>|..|-*,.|-<.>Mr   (
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phono 5", Hoiul Ofllco Calgary.
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. ■  .
Uui' iiii-iii   is always  frosli,  us all our lionf Ib killed 111
Ortinbi'oolc,
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1 CRANBROOK
* HOTEL m
\V,Guests Uomfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection \,
it
Ni-ui'i-sl In nil I i'lillil ili'|.iil.    llus iii -<-< >i ri 11111
ilutiiius    lur    llu-    ) >u I > I i< ■    Iltl0(| tllll loil   in
G ranbrook.
. HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |
j^ Hot and Cold llatlis Proprietors a
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
imi. ims mil
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet ovor.v I'l'tduy nl s p.in.
Visiting   llrotliei-B  Cordtiillj   Invltod
('has. smith. VV. Presldeni
M.  1). Ull.l.l.MIS. S.'i'V.
iVorto Physician, V. O. Bos 28.
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1 Rocky Mountain Chai*)tcr 3!
| NO.   lir>.   H. A. M- |:
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^      Rognlar meetings:—2nd TueB-  "h
i?   duy  in  euoh  mouth   ut oight  *t
I   o'c"lock, |
Sojourning Companions
cordially Invltoil,
•'! Wm, !•'. TA'l'E, Sertbo E,   f
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ls        lins I       CUAN1I1IOOH, 11. O.       I
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ANCIENT ORDER','FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MKIC'I'S   axil   AN'li  I'l'll   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   bi-othorii   cordially   invited
O. !!..   IV. I'. MAi'lliiNAIJi
Socrclui-.v, Vi, IllCNDEliSON
niT-T-T--*-f-T-»r?-T*ri-m-T-Tn-Tn''-T--m-T-Ti.
s :
I Tonsorial Parlor I
C      For a Cool und Clean Shave      '
fc Or n PevlKL-t Hair Out
£ A Hot or Oold Bnth
I00'1'0 Walter B.LainguKU,!
•    Ualcor Street, Ci-anbroolc, ll.C,    ;
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OIIANIIItOOK', III-
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Stoiiiii   lliiili'i'.-. unit I',u-i  VVorll u
-S| lally,
Cosl llllll Sliil'll  I'lslillllllcs
PllI'lllBllOll   I'|iiiII   A|l|llil'll-
liim.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranlirook, B.G.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Worli al
Kiiiisiiiiublii Prloo
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
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ii flint UIiuh Work Iii iill liriinelios /
1 ni iim X
|)ui FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material^
constantly on hand
Tonsorial Art f /*.
TOE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, II C
AUGUST i'i. 1:" 7
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CRANHROOK T.ANlt DISTRICT
District of K-ioU'nny.
Take notice Uml i. Julill Swisher, of Spokttlie
ud ii-j-jtuiii i'iii-|>f iiii'i-. Intends to ui>i>lv tor a
■pealiO timber lloenoa over tlie following ile-
•orlbod lands:
Commencing at a poat planted ut the north-
went corner »f w. R, Smith's tlmbar limit,
thtmoe north 80 chains, thence east mt chain
CRANBROOK I.ASM DISTRICT
Dislriel of Km.I. nuy
Take notice tbat W, i; Smith, of Helei
oooupailon doctor, tutemls toapp y tor aspic)
timber lieeuee over tbe fallowing tUwcrlb
lauds:
Commencing nt a pnst ptanu-t) onibecu
iinuiuinrv oi liim k ivi cumin Inn ut iln
llu post, thenee eust IWi'lmhix thenre nor
thence aouth Hi) chains, thenee west 80 chains to ' lOchultlB, tlienee »-■•,! laiehnliis. tin
point ot commencement, aud containing WO
aiiroi more or less.
John Swisher
0. Utik'inie, Agent
Duteil July 10th. WW. it}
CRANBUOOK I.AND DISTRICT
Dlstrictol Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Mrs. Jobn Swisher, of
Spokane. Intends to upply (or « ipeclul tlmbor
iii'i'iii-e inir tiie following described lands;
Commonolng hi u pom pi-tutt'ii on the oasl
boundary of Blook -ir.it i oommenolng from tbo
No. tt mile post, thenee ensl |00 oltalns, tbeueu
soutb 40 chain*, theuee welt ItWeluiius, HlOUCO
north 40 ehui oh to point Of uoiiiliieiieemeiit. and
i'1-.itiiitiiri-, tH'J neres inoie or I0BI
Mrs. .lolin Swisher
(,'. I'nleinie. AgOlll
Duted July loth. IBOT. 80
laius to point ci  i'"ini
lalnlng040acrea, i -eor
\v. i:. Smi
l'. I'liieiine. A
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District ni Kooteuay.
Tulte   notiee   thul     MalOOUl    Melnues.    I
Mldnuporo, Aim., oooupailon Mill Owuo
intends to apply tm a special ttmher liooni
over the [Ollowlllg ileserllii'il lands:
No. ii. Commenoing ut fl poBtplantod one-hall I
mile uortb of tbo northwest cornor of my timber:
Licence So. 10208, theueo north 10 uliulns,
•usl It'll elniins. Ihenee south 10 chains, j
t
ment, ami containing (VIOacres, moro oi
Mnl eo i n Mel
Date 1Mb .inly 1007.
NOTICE.
Notiee Is hen hy given, that thirty days after
(late I IntODd  to Upply  to tbO Chief Ciiiiimi*-.
slonerof i.unii- mui works iiiiii the Aastatanl
Commlsitoner or Lands anil Worka for  the
Ulstrlet ol Kast Kooteuay, for a lieonse to prospect for coul ami  petroleum on  the following
dewrlbed lauds,
Loeatlon No. t,
Situute and  adjacent on the Sim ill  to  l.ol
(Wit and west of Lot 0901 t'orhiu grotlp of Claims,
('ouimeuciiig at u post pluntod ut tbo South
Kast corner being tbo initial pusi adjacent to
the North Kust Corner ol U. Ity He's Claim llience
Norlh BO chains, ihenee west BO ehulns. theuee
soutb (til ohulns. llience east rHl elmlns tu lho
point or commencement ami  containing 040
ueres iiiore or  less.    Loc ft It'll  lhis 'J'.'lli day ol
June iw; I). T. Ham locator J. Kishor agent.
Loeatlon No. ','■
Situute uud udjaoent on tbo West to Lol 0980
Corbin group of i'iiiiii.s. Commonolng ut a
post planted at the Norlh Bust corner hoine the
Inltlnl post adjacent to the Soutb Kast eorner
of O, IV Bam's claim, thenee soiiili so ehains
thonoe weat 80 chuins, thenco north 80 ehuins.
tlience east hu elmlns to point of commencement
ami containing WO ueres more or less. Loeatod
this 89th day of June IIM1T D. Uyric locator .1
I'i slier agent.
Location No. 8
Situate and adjacent on the South to i>
RyrlO'S olalm und west of lol 0808 Corbin uroup
of cluin,s, Commenoing nt h post planted ai tho
South IGiSt Corner ami being Hie initial post
adjacent to tbe north east cornor of D, Shulti'
eluim, tbence nortb 40 chains, ihenee West 120
eliuins, tlience BOUth IU eliuins. ihenee eust  t'JO
chains to point of commencement ami containing 040 acres more or less. Located this 20tb
day of Juno mu; C, 11. I-multi loentor. J. Fisher
agent,
Location No. 4,
Situate and adjacent on the South to c. H,
l.urkin's olalm, Commonelng at a post planted
at the Nortli ISast corner being the initial post
adjacent to the soutli eust cornorC. H. l.urkin's
elutm, thonoo south 40 eliuins, thonco west ISO
chuius, thenee north -ID eliuins, llieiiei' eust I'JU
ehulns to l he point of commencement and containing 040 acres mora or less.   Located this
S9tbdayofJune \w>: D.Shults loeator J, l-'lsbor
aneni,
Loon lion No. fi.
Situate aud adjacent on the east to Lot 0808
Corbin Uroup oi claims, Commencing atapost
planted nt the South West cornor anil bolug tho
Initial post udjaoenl lotho South Kust corner
or Lot oww corbin croup of claims, thonoe
north mi. ibence oast 80 ohalnB, thenoe south su
ehains. theuee west SO eliains 10 point of coin
menoement and cuntululng mu ueres mora or
less. Located tills D8th day of June 1007 W. S.
Vcursley loentor. J. Pisber Agent-
Locution No. ii.
Situate uud adjaoont on the Soulh to Lot0808
Corbin Group and w. s. Yearsloy's claim.
Commencing ui u post planted ut the South
Weit corner being tho initial po-t adjacent io
tlie North West corner of Lot WW thonoo North
oo ehaius.to tiie south boundary ul Lot 0808,
thenofl east 100ohalns, thenco south 60 chains
to the North boundary of Lot 1004, thoncu west
10U ehaius io point of commencement uml con-
tuluing'ilO acres mole or less. Located this
•.'81b day or June 1007 S S. Plillkflok locutor
J. Flalicr Agenl. :w
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke UOtlco thut John I.rid nf Cninbrook.
H.O., oooupailon ntnohor, intends in apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lullds:
Commenoing at a posl planted at the soutli
east corner of Lol itll, ll. I, KM),, llience west
eighty chains, thenee sou Hi forty ohalns, tlienee
trust sixty chains, thonoo north twenty chuins,
llience enst twenty elmlns. lliem-e north twenty
eliains In point of COtmilOf IttOltlU.lt, 11 lid contain-
ing DUO aoros, more nr less.
John Iteld
Dated July ltlth, loor. :.■:
The
Smith Premier
Typewriter
.bonce cast 100 ohulns, thenee south to chains,]
ueuce wost ieo ebaius to point oi commence i has widened its market un-
tilit includes the whole civilized world; has become the
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
Dlstrtot of Kootenity,
Take    notiee   that    Malcom    Mel inns,    of
Mldnuporo, Alta.. occupation Mill owner, intends to apply ror u spoclul tinibor licence
over tho following dosorlbod lands:
No, fi Commtnelng ut a post planted nl theN W,
Corner or my Timber licence No. 10303.  tlience
 'Ill 10 eliains. ihenee oast 100 eluiius.  tlience
suuth 10 ohlllus, theuee wesl |fi0 flintna to point
of commeneement, and containing 010 acres
Mulconi Mclnnes
ll-tled 151b, July 160"
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay
Take notice that Mttlcom Melnues, of
Mldnnporo, Alia., occupation Mill Owner, intends lo apply lorn speeiui tlmbor licence over
tho following dosorlbod liuuls:—
No.20 Comtnonoingal a post planted 80ebalm
west ol the crossing of the North Pork of Michel
Creek hy one of Un- North boundaries ol Block
1588, thonco wost 100 ohains, llionco uorth 4'i
eliuins, thonco eust 160 clialns, tlience south -H>
ohuliiB to point of commonoomonl and contain.
Ing 040aoros, more or loss.
Mulconi Molnnee
Duted mih July, mor,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Distriol uf Kootonay,
'hike notiee thnt Mulcom Melnues. of
Miiltiiinoie. Alta. occupation Mill Owner, intends to upply for a speeiui limber lieeuee over
the following dosorlbod luuds:
No, 31 Commencing at a post plumed ut N.E.
Cornor Of application NO. 20 Mulcom Mclnnes,
thence wesl 1110 chains, theuce north III ehulns.
tlienee cast IG0 chains, tlienee south in chains m
point or commenoomont, ami containing i'lu
ucros, more or less.
Mulcom Meinnos.
Unted 1Mb, July mor. ;il
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kooteuuy.
Notlco Is horoby givou that l Cloorgo Bull of
Kara, Ont., farmer, intend io apply to the chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for porinia
don to obtain a special Timber License over
the following described luml In Southeast
Kootenay:
Commonelng at a post planlod ut lhe southwest ooruor of Lot 8141, Uroup Ono. Tlienee
north oiglity (80.00) chuins. thoneo west eighty
(80.00) eluiius. thenee south eighty (80.00) ehulns
Ihenee east oiglity (80.00) cliuius to the place of
beginning.
cieorgo Hdt
I'er II. II. McVittie Agont
Dnted this JUth day of July, 11107, ___ :i|
CHANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootonuy.
Take notlco that I William Staple* ottVy-
■1 iff i-li. c, oooupailon lumberman, intend to
apply for permission topniclmse the following
described land:— Commencing at n post planted iu chuius wesi or the west boundary of Loi
.■out, tlience nortii SO ohains, iheiioo east 15
i'liuins more oi less lo lhe western houndury of
Lol 80-10 Llience south 50 chains more or less to
the bunk of the St, Murys river llience following the St. Marys river in a wostorly direction
io the placo of beginning and ouiilaluiiig 200
ueres mure or less.
William Staples.
Hated July 3rd- ItWT, 80
(MtANMKOOK LAND DISTItlCT.
DiHirii't of Kootonay.
Take notice tlml .hunt's A, Harvoy,
of Cranbroolt, H.C. oouupatlonHotloltor
intcnils to apply loi' u Bpuolal tlmbor
liucmv over tin- following dosoributl
land Hi
OomnioiiotllK ni ti piwt plantod on tlio
.■usi boundary of U. I'. It, lllouh 4MiSnt
a |H>Ht markod "Mfiua1 bulng1 tho 20
Ull la  post,  llieiiei'   unrlh   mo   uliuiii
thonoo oaHl-HO i'lialns. thonoe south ho
uliulns, Iiii'i wi'si HO til ial lis to poinl
of ooiiinionuotiionti and uontainlnif 'Wo
iti'i'i's, moro oi' io--.
ilivmos A. Harvoy,
Ihit.ii .(nne 20l.ll, IM07. 2H
flGGldeni Policies
■MS.trn Per Vour hIvoh »B,00 por ivook
anil (50,00 Funeral II,- II.
I.TI). Hli'KN'iHK I'OI.K-V
i'i per year govoi'h 80 dl'onsas lor "5
por wurk.
HICK  INIIKMNITV
UnUW pur your iiovoi-h ynn  iijriiliwl
rtii-ktn-Hs ni tiny llllll],
l'',u- pitrlioiiliirfl of iilhor L'oIIoIuh nee
Fred. W. Swain
lilS'l'lllU'f AniSNT
LOCAL AGKNT WANTKI,
(tniiilii'iiiili.ll (!., Armstrong Av.
Ili'inl  Hi,. I'liwii Inr.
Ailvi'itl::,.- iii tin.- Prospeclor.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
Summer
Excursion Rates
East
From Granbrook
lo Willlilpaff t4II.S!»
$52.50 To
I'oi'l Ai'lliiii-    Si'iux Cily
Sl. I'niil Uuiulii
St. Lewis4(10,00
Ohlciigo#04.00 Toronto#79.fil
oitiiwii $,-■■!.jf> Miiiiiri'iii $8-1
si. Johns HM.00
lliilil'nx (1101,80
Tickets on Sain July 3,4,5.
August 8,9,10.  Sent. 11,12.
13.
First Glass Round Trip
90 Days Limit
Cm n|ioiiillnu i-i'iliii-i Inn* from nil
Kiinlt'iin.y point-,. Tlt'kulh iivnlliililti
fm- Ittki1 i-iiiiii- Iniiluillng iiii-iila uml
l>i-rt,liH mi l.uki- BtoiunorH, 'I'lirnturli
i-iili-H i|iinii-ii to any Hint Ion Ontario,
i.Mii-li t- Miii-lllinii provlniioi, on
ii|i|ilii'iitinii.
I. MOK, I I iigonl, in> wrlir.
U,,I, I'n.vli-, A.n.l'.A., V '-or
,1. 8. OAI1TKII, ILI'.A.. N.-l	
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during ft
1906, broken every previous j'«
record of sales, because iti <>
has from the beginning best j ft,
met every typewriter need,  g
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter constructiuii—yel in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have beeu sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
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TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
BRANCHES      E V .", k Y W H E R «•
SPOKANE, WASH.
s South Lincoln Strool
CKANUUOOK LAND msTUUT.
Ulati-tctol Kootonuy,
Taki- notloo that Lontor Clapp,  ol
Crnnbt'ook    npatlon    Uotclkcopor,
intt-iiilja tn apply for a spoolal tiinbin*
Iir,-iii-i- over tlio following tlesd-lboH
liincls:--
Comtnonotng nt n post plnntt-il HO
ulmlns eaat of tho 20 Milo I'osl on Iho
East Lino of C. P. II. Ulouk 4592 Knsi-
Kiinti'iiiiy. tln.-iii-i- ,-iij-i -10 uhalns,thoiiL-e
imi-iti lliu i-liuins. thenoe wosl 40 ohalns,
theuoo south ino ohalns to potntof oom-
mencomout, anil containing ntO ai-i-es,
moro in- It's.-.
Cot-tor Clupp.
Dnteil July 4th, 1110". 28
CITY Oh' CRANBUOOK
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOT1S AND
(ITII Kits.
BY-LAW N'o. ii.
Spoullll    lllt-'lllilill    is    ill-mill    to till-
following snbsootlon ol Iho ilbovo Hy.
Law:
"Nn pot-son -luiil I'liiiinii'iiri! tho oi'oo-
linti nl' uny hullillng within tin- sniil
I'ily until :i gi'outiil or blouk plan of
siu-li proposotl hullillng, with llu- lovol
of llu liars or bnsoinonts tho r witli
I'oforpnoo to tlio lovol ol tho nearest
adjoining street shall havo been deposited in lho olllee of the City Kiiv Engineer for tliu tinio being nf lho City of
Cranlirook."
.1.   I'.   I'lXK
Chief Elm Englneoi'
od at Cranbrook
With some
specials addlLiona
The Celebration will open in forenoon with a big
Labor parade "Entirely different to former years"
headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds commencing at 1 o'clock.
See Posters for full particulars.
S. MACDONALD,       T. J. DORIS,
President 1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Sec.'y-Treas.
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Salvation flrmu  Barratiks
PATMOKE  HAM.
Sniiilny Sorvtcost
Aflernoon - - 3 o'elouk
Evening - - 8 o'elouk
Sunday Sohool ui 1.45 p.iu.
Meetings hold ovcry ntgbl   in  ih-
wook oxi-i'|it Monday ut K p.m.
^he Inspector
Tho  Kootenay   Central  Railway
Company.
'I'lu- Annual General Meotlng of lho
siiiti-,-liulili'rs of the Kootonuy Central
llnllwuy Coinpuny uiil In- hold nl the
II I Olllee Crunbrook, 11.1', ul 10a.m.
Monday Suptonibor llth, l"i'7. for thu
oluelloti of dli'cetoi'suiul I'm' Iho trans.
aullon nf other gonoi-al l,usin,'ss.
Ilulud ul Ci'iinl k, I',. i'.  ihis mh
day nf August, Ii«i7.
IV. A, -Ma aid,
:I2 Boeretiii'v
OIIANIIHOOK I,ASH DISTIIICI',
Dial Hnl oIKnotoliny,
'I'ulii' tiotloo iiiiii lloborl II. .Mi-t'iiy. nl or I
t'orlia, N. Hull,,in ,,i-i>,i|,i,ii,,ii   l.iunljoriniin,
Iiu,■mis h, u|,|,ly lor a s|,i-i-lui llmlior Itooi	
ivol lliofollon-llldiluii'i'lbi'il I ■
cm,in,-ii,,Inn ul ii pott |,lillilril iiliniil  "  lillli-K
Iii ii iii-sli'i'ly illi'i'illiiii fiiiiii   Hi,' lotlttiwont
I II,'I' l'l 1,1,1 Hllll. Nll'lll'.. I'llsl Sll I'llllilla llli'lli'i'
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ill, all I'liiiiiis in imlnl oll ii mi-ill. uiul
lllllllllll.' IHO lli'l'ia imili' nl' I,-a.
notion II- McCoy,
t-'il .lulv iMIi. mnr. Ill
rllANIIIIOOK I.AMI I1IHVIIICT.
Illatrli'l nl KikiU'Iiiiv
-ruin- luitii'i' iiiiii noliorl Mi'i'n.v ,,1 <
I 'to,, Norm iiiiiiiiIii iii'i'iiiiiiiniii 1.111111,1
mis lo apply Im- n -I Inl liuilii'i  li
I'llll'InllnU'llll/lll'Hl'll I ll	
HIIUIOOl'llIK ill, pnsl pllllltOil llllllill I,
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ni-i ill l.m aim, iln
tli an i'lmlna, ilium
HOrlll HO I'llllillS In pnl
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Iiiiu-il JulyUlltli, mi
R. STEWART
SATUllDAV. AUUDST 24, 1007.
A Rift Beyond Repair.
The stones and sggs lmrleil sit
Mr. Itoiii'ii.ssn littvo iniiili' lln' rill
in Quebec Liberalism absolutely
beyond repair. A pulllicul
faction cannot resort to i-ioleneo
nnd then proiluco harmony. Sit
Wilfriil Latit'lor muy roconcllo
men to g-rttfl by tho oxorctso
of cot'i'upl iiillueiice but ho can
not nialie'lishonesl-y popular bj
force. Nobody should bo better
Informed upon ihis than Sir
Wilfrid himself, Whon Uio righl
honorable gentleman wanted lo
form nn itHiuii'i'wilh Sir Ad ;il pi ie
Chapleilll he did noi stone ihal
distinguished opponent,
Sir Adolphe, in ft speech doliv
ered iu Chambly, thus tells what
happened lie suid: "I hnve
heen oil'en-il by gentlemen speaking for Mr. Laurier nnil the
whole of their Mends, that it I
put myself nt the head of the
national parly and lead a crusade1
against thai so eni Inl ami
patriotic Governmenl nl Ottawa,
they    would   glVO   mo     honors,
power, glory and portfolios, i'os,
my friends, I havu been olTered
moro iliun iiiui. I have been
offered in solid gold money
enough to rnpi'i'seiil more salary
than I should rec'ive in Ave years
us a Minister of the Ci own II I
look tho leadership of thai parly.'
As it inlnlslor, Sir Adolphe was
drawing ss,iniii a year, and his
statement liidlenlu.s thai the men
huhlnd Sit  Wilfrid offered  lum
■piiO,flOfl iii eiisli. ami ll Illees iu
addition, if he would luni in and
support tlm ■ I'lii'im-s in ri sped
in which Sir i'i'iIIi'hI was io ael
us cat's paw Again, when Sir
Wilfriil wnnl.nl lo In,lil Mr., now
Judge Iiiingeller, lie did not offer
violence,      iin   iln-    rou I ru i'V,
lie wrote I lie gentle
man in question urging him to
remain faithful, He said: "This
is whal I propose. 'Pin' position
of Ltuulonant'tlovernor will be
al our disposal al Hie end of
1HH7, and. if from now to that
limeyou aro not appointed judge,
I promise to place the Lieulen
ant-Governorship in your dis
I'osal.** Nor, When Mr. Blair,
because of iho extravngance ami
'lie corruption of ih.- Laurier
pi'oposal on lhe s-ul>j -nt uf the
Grand Trunk   Paoilic.   declared
thai I imlil imi conscientiously
iitpporl ihal project, did Sir
Wilfrid hurl missiles ai his col
league On tl,,' contrary, Sit
Wilfrid suggested that llm
dissenting Minister retain his
ollice ami his emoluments, Iml
observe absolute slim win, reference to lho project i" which he
was opposed
Unite force is.   Ihel efnre,   not
ii irdiun' lo ih,' righl Iimi,h'iiI,le
gentleman's experience, the hesl
solution of a difficulty, Tlm
resort to force ind i-ii-s thai
nothing else oan In- re io I upon
Thus ii seems that iln broach is
Irrevocable, Thai it will widen
seems allogellmi probable
These difficulties do uu! improve
with ago: and In'sidos. human
nature rejects coercion ami
sides wiih llm lighter, especially
if il has i'1'ii.-im on his sidc-
Mail  and  Etnplro.
FOUND
IN  HAKKK ST.. ONE lll'lll; WKST (if
IIII.I-  -•-   '".     'I'I iily  iiiii,',- in town
Uuu i'iiii nnil;.- lit,- worth lln- livliiB-.
Tlie
io nan note
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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t CENTRAL    HOTEL I
CRANBROOK  I.AM) DISTRICT.
Dlstrlot ut Kootonay,
Mtirysvillo, B.C.       COLE St flANDLEY, Prop
Tho Loading Hole! of tlm Si.
Mary's Valloy. Nice airy rooms
nowly furnished, Tallin as
good as anv in ICoolonnv,
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Centrally Located                                       Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under  New Management
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Repairing a Specialty
Craubrooli, 11.(1.
- City Scavenger ,JUAN!*''l(l,ll,l< ';*"" '"HTU,CT'
■si */ O Illlilllrl  nl  Knnli'ii.iy.
I I'ni'lii's having buck yards, ,,,,..,.,,,„
I and rlosels to clean, and refuse '''""' •'
I innl lor lo bo talo'ti away, should  ,.|,.ijMS
i Intli filers wilh nm. nliitlin,
f.oiivonnlot'B ni in,'i'ily rli'i'lianitii'i'l'" ,:
| or drop a |i08lnl ourit In llox Ulfl. j   iinini
No Honing-No Grinding
Gel aCARBO-MACNETIC/T;
RAZOR T0-0AY on 30 days   *
trial from your dealer and
Imirn all about real sltavinu
comfort.
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Uncoiulitionally
GUARANTEED.
CHAS L. REID & GO
Cninbrook, I: C,   Th.- Druggl ■:-
j.       When Mm want  a  good
plai i-   In   slop   i nun- tn the
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Ili'.iil.pi.illi'ls   Ii,
' Mien .iml nlil lllni'l:
i) a. Mcdonald, manamr
Wo Give Vou Your Money's Worth
School of Mining
A C0UE0I1 OF API'lim SCIENCE,
Alllllllrd In Qurrn'a I'niirrally,
KINGSTON,  ONT.
For Csli-ii'Ur of (lie BchOOl mnl ftittlii-r
Iti forma (Ion, npply i" ft"- tttcrttaty, Bi liool
<>f MuiluK, Kfngnlon, Ontario
Ihr IoIIuhIiii Coantt art atttrti:
I    I'miii Vrim Ctmtnetorl'r**trrof II, Sc.
ii - rinpe Vein1 CotifH fur I'ipiuttia,
n—Mlnlni Ruglncerlnf.
6*mI'hritiiHliy *inl Mun-Tsli-cy.
f — Miliri-ilii---r mnl CttiUtgy.
if   Cliriiiii nl ICnitini-filiiK.
t*—Civil Ruglntcrltii,
/ •Mechatllcil ltnglnri>T<n|.
/— Rlectrlcfll IdiBine'Thift.
It   Dlology ind Public II ft Itii.        r "UK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B.C., AUGUST *M, IMC
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FIN'K S PURE l-'ni'li i.i;'i. KKY  DEPT
Heinz  Baked  Beans
"HEINZ ARE IT"
When you see the name Heir/,
on a package that is enough to
convince you that the quality is
right. Heinz, liko Finks, stake
their reputation on the quality
of goods they sell. We are in
receipt of a large assortment
of •Heinz unrivalled Table Delights". See them on display in
our store.
Our Goods are
QUARANTtED
Heinz Tomato Chutney
COSTS MORE BUT IS BETTER
MONEY BACK     99
V YOU ARE     JJL
NOT SATISFIED,.    ""'"
KINK'S CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE DEPT.
Heinz Queen Olives
Those piquant - taste-like-more kind
Heinz Mustard Dressing
THE   EPICURES   FAVORITE
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SATUUDAY, Al'liUST *.'l.  ItH'T
lave You
Detective EuesiQiit?
Irniilil.'i    i'iiiiii;    lnnu     n«-- l-<M.
 \r -i ruin wil Imnl knnwlnu tlio
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Till', .IKWKI.K.l.
Inr - i 't'owrt' Nusl  uu«h Divia
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Polor Jotispti of Wasa, a timber
cruiser wns In tnwn Saturday
lust,
Mr. ii'i.l Mrs. ,1. I). McBride,
iiiiii Miss Edith McBride who
have bneu visiting at the coasl
returned home Sunday last.
Por ii change- Pickled Pigs
Pool, Pickled Pork. Suit Salmon
anil Sal! Hori'ing—Al P. Burns
,v l'n    Phono I".
A. McQueen of Kamloops, \Y.
Woodward and ,1. II. Nobles of
Swift Current, spent Sunday lust
in Cranbrook.
iIms. liuslu-ll manager of the
[Cimborloy Milling Co, was
transuding business ut Cranhrook Saturday last.
P. M. Kiinkln of Marysville
ami c. l-i. Pinch of Jaffray were
guests at the Cosmopolitan Sunday last.
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registered at the Cranbrook Sunday last,
ii  s. Morgan of Montreal,  R,
COMPLETE  KITCHEN     ft; tiJ^Z  c   \i'"'i^'m    or
OUTFITTING ^Toronto and  P. C.  Peteptoco of
^. Vancouver  wen- guests ut the
J" Cranhrook Sunday last,
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large iiiiinln-r nl I'rii-iiils, oil Pl'l-
day evening "I lusi weok, A
pint form wns placed on thu lawn
deeoraleil with electric lights
^' unil i 'hineso liititorns, on which
_,. for several hours, the younger
ft portion nf merry milkers danced,
liefreshmijiils woro sorvod nl 1_
II ii in . ul'tor which dancing coil-
'■■ nmi nuiii tin- sun canii' ovor
mountain tops. A mosl enable linn- was spi'iit
I 1.1). McBRIDEf
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JCranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE*? '
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■ ■* : .      I iii- nutnoro is mends ol Hugh
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»,„■  .,.-„.-* a STEWARTS IS:"=;„::;,";:«"";.;;£'::!
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Dr. Scott's Prescription
No, iMI in*
(.nlil t lui c   I able!
rill. I,KADI '■'    Kl    l'l      I'i nil
Arriving Today
I'U'MS.  I'EACIIES, CRAPES
I 'A N't* A 1.1 H  I'KS
V\ ATERMELON'S,  PEARS
They do tlie work  uiul  tirresl APPLES, TOMATOES
lh,. inusl ituhhorii cold
Beattie . Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Mldiiupore, has heen diHtlnguisli
ng mm -'-II   in   Cliliiiiln    WOBlolil
i lollege tailing n  high  place al
ih,, i'iti'iii ox Inallon.   Hugh
.iirri'i'iii'ii in gaining two modiils
mil : prized nml a high per
centuge nl murks. Ilo will go lo
Mr-i Jill Inivi'i'sily in tuko a
course in  ulectricill  ongiiiooring
in   the  im s school otidowod
IIA/.RLiWOOIJ ICECREAM     liv s„. m]]   Maedonald,  aud
Stewarts Fine Chocolates     liugh's friends hope that ho may
have u successful career In  Ihal
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nUbn   OlKV/AKI his mark in the profession thai hu
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STORE CLOSED ILL NEXT WEEK
There    Are    Changes   In    the    Weather
BUT   THERE   IS   A
CIAN6E IN A BUSINESS
WHICH   WILL   INTEREST   EVERYONE
FOR   SOME   TIME   TO   COME
BURNS BROTHERS have Purchased
the business of REID & CO. of this
city and expect to make their
pening Day Saturday 1st Ins
Dont Miss This Opportunity
1TK
Successors to
REID & GO.
REID BLOCK
GRANBROOK, B.G.
STORE CLOSES ILL NEXT WEEK
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The inombot'K of the Alhorla
Press Association will innol in
in Crnnbrooli on PVIilay,
September 18th,
SMOKE
ARABELLA
UNION MADI"
Wholesale and Retail
S, J, MIGHTON
\        The Tobacconisl
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A regular assembly of Solid
I'V plory ami  Priory will
helil un Moinliiy ev'eiihiir Auifi
l'im I, in the Masonic Temple,
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WITH   WELTED SOL15S
THAT ENSURE UOMKOliT
Quality,,   is   a   Stop   Forward
Cost,   a   Step   Backward
G. T. ROGERS.
v- y nnd Slnplo CROCEKIES and CROCKERY
Cut Glass,  limits,  Slnics, Rubbers, Mitts, (.loves, Hosiery.

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