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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST G, MOr>.
No. 82.
AT THE  GOVERNMENT OFFICE
Keiurds   of   Interest iu  Mining
Mtu   New Locutions
The following records were
made ui the Government office
iluritig tin- iiioiiiii nl July
li-,-,- Miners l!artlflo»tes
Cerllflcstetfot Work
tL-rtitU'lll'-s.'f lllllUMVl'llU'llla
Special I' M. r.-iiiti.-iii's
Kelocatloo ol PUoer Claims
(CATIONS
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NEW  Li
■ii,  located
ren,  As ugeiit f
, situate,1 ull l.ii
luletle,   local,'.I
l.v    K.   V\
r Martran-i
I creel,
by Thorns!
i- Julia Wall
st   branch u
Wall, ii- agent
situated uu thi
Baker creek.
Wheel ut Fortune, located by
Thomas Wall, situated on west
branch ul Baker creel,
Angus, located by \V A. Mel..
Moachera, situated above SL
Mary's Meadows above Si Mary's
Lake
McMaiioii. located by Frank
VlcMahoU, situated on east side
,,; Moyie Lake
Kmpire N" 8, local.-ii by I'lins
r l-'arrell, situated "ii Bridge
creek.
Kmpire Nu T, located by clias
,' l-'arrell, situated on Bridge
Creek
Kmpire Nu '■'•■ located by Chas.
C Farrell, agent for Octaviu
Farrell,    siiuated    mi    Bridge
creek
Empire No 1. located by Chas,
C Kartell, as aged for M Par
roll, .siiniiieil on Bridge creek
Empire Nn 'J. Inflated bji Clias.
C   Farrell, as agent lor M  Fur
n-,1. situated on Bridge creek
Empire No I. located by (.'has. j
C Farrell, as agent-for Octavia
Farrell, situated on Bridge
creek
Empire Nn :.. located by Chas. I
C  Farrell, as agent  for T  Far
rell, situated on Bridge creelt.
Empire NoO, located by Chas. i
i'. Farrell, as ngenl for T Far
roll, situated on Etrldgo creek.
Oyama, located by Hugh Me
Eachern, situated on tho south
fork uf Beaver creek
Togo, located by Hugh Me-!
Earchorti, .situated on south fork
of Heaver creek
Standard,    localod    by    «Jus'
Tbeis, as agent for Nt. Schilling,
situated on Perry creek
Blue Grouse, located by Gus,
Tiieis. .siliialeil oil ferry creek.
Austria,   located by   William
Paollu, situated on Ltitl
river.
o. K. located by W. K. Doran,
situated on Palmer Bar creek
Xavier. located by L, A. Me-
Eacliorn, Bltuatod three miles
north of Marysville
lilncR I lawk, located by A. B,
Wan, situated on Palmer Mountain.
Waverly, located by II 11.
Diuimick, situated on west side
of Moyie Lake.
Ottawa, located by P. Carrlgan,
situated   oil   wesl   Mile   of Moyie
Lake,
Blue Jay, located by A. E.
Wail, siiuaieil on Palmer Mountain,
Silver Leaf, located by A.
Banks, situated on Maus creek,
Elinor Fraction, located by D.
.1 Elmer, situated on west sldo
of lower Moyie Lake.
Commodore, located by
.1. Feltham, situated on
sale of Moyie Lake.
Dominion,    located   by
Murphy, situated on
ol Movie Luke.
West    Koiltell'tV     Willi
en summer.
The high price ot coke is do
'lis.' iniK'b to retard the growth
of British Columbia
It    is    still    lli.lt     s.ene    Of   I III'
IGovernment rides in Ferine are
i useii for hunting an.I personal
purposes
D   C. Corbin,   I-'.   .1  Roberts
anil A   ,1. Devlin Were in   Fernie
on' Tuesday on  their way from
examining sum «l lands east
of this city
The ('low's Nesi Pass Coal Oo
wiinted to cut the wages ot Ihe
blacksmiths last payday, but the
t'uion would nut stand for It,
and the company received
hours to change their mind.
changed
Quartz miners seldom work
lone; in tbe coal mines of Coal
('reek They are not afraid of
gas, i,ui consider the mines too
dangerous upon account of fall-
ing nick, and think thai the
system of timbering might bo
Improved.
KEADYFUR 1'EACE CONFERENCE Hotel Wentworth car* has boeu
  taken   thai   each   mission may
Russian   And   laJtUH   CoamiS- have the privilege of absolute
sionera  at   Portsmouth-Plans elusion at all times.  Although
f.,r Th to Reception '■ l1™0'"*' ^T'f i ° SSl*"^!
and   general   desirability,    the
i quarters for the   Russian   and
Forlsmouth, .v   H.   Aug.  6.1 Japanese envoys are in opposite
-This  sleepy  old seaport town ! wlngJ ()f the h*nt(;1     (.-ao|,  sui,e
shows signs ot unwonted aniina-i(l,ls ilS|,rivated:ninK room al,a
reception rooms,  and ••noli   its
tion in anticipation of the arrival
ut the Russlau and Japanese
p,-ace   commissioners   and  the
opening of their conference next
Monday Hotels and boarding
houses are tilling with visitors.
some of them attracted by   mere
l.ii.-
[private entrance.
The envoys will be taken lo
'the navy yard when the weather
, is fair in munches belonging to
the navy Automobiles and
tcarriages will take them through
curiosity, but the majority Portsmouth when tha weather
:SJid , ic i,,^, n«n.ilr.fina   or   when   they
tiiis. trip to the ride by
li is not expected the
is not propitious
I prefer
water.
insisting   of    journalist
24 ] photographers    whose    official]
li iduties bring them hither.  These
lallei    are   keenly   desirous   of
learning what if any news of the
conference   proceedings will  be
furnished them during the pro
gress of  negotiations.    There
lias been talk that the strictest
secrecy will Ih' maintained, but
in this matter, as in all ihal concern the convenience of the commissioners, they will be asked
to decide for themselves how far
  I to hold their conferences from
Of Interest to Those Engaged in!"1" Pnbll° &nd  whl"   fi"'iU,ips
, ,   ° shall be given to the newspaper
the   Development of the ,      , ,,   ,  „.   ,, ,,,, ,i,.;i..
r ■ men lo get the news ol the dally
Mining Industry. sessions.  Among the newspaper
linen already on the Held are rep-
11 ii Buchanan, was in Moyie I resentatlves  not  only   of   the
last  week   getting matters ar-1 press associations aud   leading 	
I ranged with tha St. Eugene com- newspapers ol the United States]590 t0 goo Tons of Bullion Pro
ut ot the and Canada, but representatives
also of   many  of Ithe  leading
Gold bearing gravel Is distrib-| Journals of European countries
DISTRICT  MINING NEWS
sessious will begin muoh before
2 o'chx'k in the afternoon.
These  details,   however,   and
the number of sessions each day
I wilt, of course, be left entirely
to   the    plenipotentiaries,     the
arrangements made by Assistant
j Secretary   Pierce  on  behalf   ol
the Washington government be
ling confined entirely to fitting
Iup comfortable ami suitable
quarters and providing adequate
protection from Intrusion and
every   possible   facility   for   the
i personal comfort of the envoys.
puny   for tin
lead bountv
ellle
SULLIVAN PLANT
MOST SUCCESSFUL
duced During the First
Month's Operations.
uteii in paying quantities on many
. of the rivers and creeks of South-
! east   Kootenay, and tho installn
1 lion (if modern hydraulic plantson
Willi  Horse,   Perry creek and
Bull river will prove Important
factors  in   the   production
ami of Japan,
The people of Portsmouth and
the adjacent villages of  (Cillery,
Me., where the new naval yard
is. and New Castle, N.H . near
which the plenipotentiaries will
0f I have   quarters   at   the  Hotel
placer nold  in  this district this
year
There Is considerable activity
In mining matters in Southeast!
Kootenay, aud it is expected that
considerable new capital will bo
Invested In new and old proper
ties before th
The     piiyuicn
mines for June amounted to *
III 10.
iinmer is past
of   Rossland
Wentworth, are on edgo In anticipation of the arrival of the
commissioners. Plans for their
reception are practically complete.
The programme provides that
the plenipotentiaries shall
naval yard  upon  their I«»»is a success beyond question
June saw between 500 and 600
tons of bullion turned out of the
Sullivan smelter at Marysville.
B.C.. operating under the Hunt-
iugtoiiTIeberloin process. Re-
ferrlng to the run last night.
George Turner said.
"The first month's operations
were largely experimental, as is
always the case in new plants,
but the results were exceedingly
Satisfactory,    We are now  able
KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY  causes her husband   l„ be buried
 . | alive, and h ■ vow ot vengeance.
Surveyors   are   Cross Sectioning I Uire.nl\   iter  his entombment
and Graders Start Wort       occurs the u rrlBc eruption of Mt.
  Vesusius, followed by his escape
PmttM wiin.rOui<rr,|> from tin- living  purgatory, and
Al   last   the   good   news   has the death of his  unfaithful  wife
arrived and every person lo the! and paramour The scones are
Upper Columbia and Upper .laid in Naples, ami the action
Kootenay Valleys is made happy j takes place in the seventeenth
and what is more all ure, century and Is of course, correct
contented. I ly costumed icanlcelly accurate.
Construction of the Kootenay IA story such as this, unless
Central Railway has been!carefully treated ami dealt with
actually started Jin is Hying, j by a miisierhand. would possibly
This news has been confirmed border ou the sensational, but
In a dozen different ways during  in   the  manner    presented  and
the past  we
expressed as
ek  and  no doubt is
to iis being authentic. Surveyors and graders
pitched camp this side .if t,olden
on Wednesday of last week unil
slatted work on Thursday. True
the force of graders lo start
work was necessarily small, but
a report comes from Golden thai
large numbers of laborers are
arriving there daily to join them
It is said the lirst gang of
graders numbered only thirty,
and the survey parly less, but
this no doubt wns for the reason
that cross sectioning has to be
completed some distance before
a large force can be worked to
advantage
As will lie seen by President
Pollen's interview' it is the intention to continue work 100
miles and this will take the road
nearly    to    the   south   end   of
Windermere lake.
Now   that  construction   has
started it is expected Ihal Immediate benefits will be realized
and that the usual construction
advance guards will pul in their
appearance. Every resource
and industry should soon feel
the good effects that invariably
follows the coming of tho iron-
steed aud every business man
has good reason to  prepu re  for
greater things.
land ta suv t'"111'10 m'w emeltiug pro-
Pernie News Items.
railroad
From me fremiti Liiquv.
I).   C.    Corbin,   tl
king, was in Kernie yesterday-
Fernie  has   been    tilled    this
week     with    Great
■officials.
The Alice mine aid till ut
I'restoh has been closed down
on account of scarcity of waler.
due   of   the   must    celebrated
lawsuits in British Columbia
mining history has finally resulted In a victory for the Center
star mining company
The smelter at Trail is recelv-
Moyie | i"g large quantities of gold, copper and silver lead ore. Last
I week one of the  lead slacks was
I "blown in" and the intention Is
I to keep it in continuous operation
Only ii small portion of Southeast Kootenay has adequate transportation facilities, The Crow's
I nest Pass branch of the 0. P. R.
traverses the southern  portion
| from oust to west, and Ihe greater part of the district Is destitute
of transportation, except by
puck train.
It   is  reported    from   Fernie,
Where    are   situated   the   head
offices in British Columbia of the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co,, tbal
uu agreement has been entered
Into providing thai  the Granby
Consolidated   Mining,   Smelting
,v. Power Co. shall again take all
its supply of coke from the C.N.
j P. Coal Co.   The quantity stated
Win.  to  be  required   by the smelling
i  west company is about BOO tons per
[diem and  the  term over which
I   j, the agreement is to extend is
st side Pno year' ''or80mB months the
Granby Co. has been obtaining
part of its coke from the International Coal & Coke Co's
colliery, ut Coleman, Alberta.
The metal quotations during
the week was significant. London lead again touchedi'H, casting copper was quoted at 14J,
Northern j the highest price in over a year.
Silver fluctuates between 59 aud
If tha C.P.R   wishes   it   cam00.
at the naval yard upon
arrival Monday morning on the
Mayflower and Dolphin and go
Immediately to the office of Rear
Admiral Mead, commandant of
the yard, officially to pay thoir
respects. Tho arrival of the two
missions will be marked by tho
tiring of an Ambassadors salute
for each mission. The Marine
Guard will rendei the prescribed
salutes, and will escort the party
from the navy yard through Ihe
town of Portsmouth to their
quarters at the Wentworth, a
distance of about live miles. As
the navy yard is on the Maine
side of the Plsciitaqua river, tho
Governor of New Hampshire
will probably receive the plenipotentiaries in Portsmouth and
formally welcome them to the
state. He will at the same lime
extend to them an invitation lo
be the guests of the slate on a
trip across the New Hampshire
mountains on the conclusion of
the negotiations.
The sessions of the conference
will be held in the Navy General
Store, a building of brick and
steul construction, which has
just been completed. The whole
building which has never beon
occupied, will be al tho disposal
of the plenipotentiaries. Every
arrangement has been made for
Ihe comfort and convenience of
tho commissioners, their secretaries and suites, Plain but rich
furniture, including mahogany
desks, chairs and settees,
Persian rugs and oilier accessories, have been brought from
Washington for the furnishing
and docoration of the interior of
the building. Rooms have been
partitioned off for the private
use of the commissioners and
their secretaries. Telegraph
and telephone instruments havo
beon installed und accommodations will be furnished to the
press in cuse such au arrangement meets with the views of
the commissioners.
In tbe arrangements  at  the
"The ore treated," continued
Mr. Turner, "was exclusively
from Ihe Sullivan mine, running
about 30 per cent lead and li to
H ounces in silver. The smelter
has a capacity of 100 tons daily,
but our'roasting apparatus is
not sufficient to keep tho plant
running at capacity. We pri
pose enlarging tho roasting
capacity to handle 160 tons of
ore daily.
"One of tha special features of
the Huutlngton-Ueberietn process is the roasting system. By
the new method il is possible to
eliminate the sulphur that has
hitherto been a serious detriment
to the lowering of smelting costs
In addition the cost or roasting
is substantially reduced. With
hand roasters it is only possiblo
ut best to reduce roasting
charges to 15, while with Hunt-
Ington-Heberleln roasters this
cost can bo cut to 18, At the
lower figure, too, the sulphur  is
eliminated.
"When tbe Sullivan smeller
is running at the enlarged capacity outlined we expect to treat
Sullivan ores at #'i per ton,
whereas the mine paidiMH to *20
when shipping to custom smelters.
"The smelter bus been rather
unfortunate this month, a
froezoup having occurred in tho
furnace. This is to ho avoided
w ih difficulty in now plants
until the proper charges are do
termiuod by experiment."—
Spokesman Review.
New Bank Building.
The Canadian Bank of Com
merce building is going ahead
rapidly. The concrete foundation is about completed, and
from now on tho work will pro
coed as rapidly as possible. The
building when completed will be,
from an architectural point of
view, one of the finest buildings
in the Kootenay s.
The B C. Parliament
Since the turning of tin
Alberni constituency lo the Government, the make up of the
Provincial Legislative assembly
is as follows:
Conservatives. u:i
Liberals        18
Socialists      B
I.al„,i- MomlM'r 1
4'.'
The Government consequently
has a majority of four over all
parties which may be combined
against it, a state of affairs liable
to make It a good deal more Independent than heretofore
Fernie Ledge Sold.
It. T. Lowry, proprietor of the
Kernie Lodge, has sold "The
Lodge" its plant and good-will
to I). V. Molt of Fernie, who
will organise a company to carry
on the business upon a much
larger scale.
Editor Lowry will relain slock
in the new company, ami in the
future will give his attention to
the publishing of "Lowry's
Claim" ut Nelson.
Will Play Here
On next   Monday  evening, al
Wont worth Hall,ManagersClapp
and Rollins call particular attention to the calibre of attraction they have secured for that
date, which is a special production of that standard and famously successful play, "Fnbio
Romam" a dramatization of tho
noveltic event In the brilliant
career of that wondrous writor
of picturesque fancy and deeply
Imaginative fiction, Marie Corelli.
Among the numerous world-read
and ever popular books of
this famous writer, there
have been but two thus
tar dramatised "Helena"
and "Vendetta". The latter being the novel from which "Fabio
Romani" was adapted for stage
presentation. It relates tbe
story of a wife, who, through
her infatuation for another man,
with the excellent cast employed
it can be truthfully described as
a dramatic classic, and us such
"Fnbio Romanl" has appealed
to and aroused the enthusiasm
of the Intelligent theatre goers
for the past five years, its ixipu-
larily ever on the increase.
Reserved seats  are  on sale at
Beattie >t Atchison's Drug Store.
Cranbrook will Celebrate Labor Day Monday Sept. 4th.
Duke of Argyll's Birthday
Loudon, Aug. Hi— In view of
the youthful appearance and ae
tive life of the Duke of Argyll.
husband of Princess Louise of
Wales, it is difficult for even his
intimate acquaintances to realize
that he has reached his sixtieth
year. Such is the case, however.
his Graoe having been born at
Stafford   House.   Aug.   li,    1846,
and will consequently celebrate
his sixtieth birthday tomorrow.
The Duke of Argyll is keeper
of the groat seal of Scotland and
hereditary master of the royal
household in the northern kingdom, and is also chief of Ihe clan
Campbell, Since the death of
his father four years ago, llio
Duke has not occupied the an
costral castle at Invorary, but
spends his lime mostly al Windsor Caslle. of which ho has beon
governor and constable sinco
IBuB, and at his London residence, Kensington Palace.
FOR THI LBVASSSUR CDP
Labor Day Celebration.
All classes of citizens should
Cordially OO operate iii making
Labor Day celebration a success
worthy of Ihe reputation which
Cranbrook, as a city, enjoys in
the estimation of ihe outside
world. The program is varied
and attractive and will easily bo
the best of the kind ever presented   iii   Southeast    Kootenay.
Apart from tho horse races,
features such as hose contest,
drilling contest, athletic sports
of all kinds, a shooting contest,
tug of-war. also u big Industrial
parade, will all prove Strong
drawing cards. The committee
iu drafting a programme has
steadily kepi in view the variety
of tastes thai will have to be satisfied. Its ambitious task has
boon well and justly performed,
No other city possesses so many
natural advantages as a common
meet ing ground as Cranbrook.
We enjoy a unique superiority
from the standpoint of railway
facilities, climate, and geographical situation, Labor Day
is an annua I event, and apart
from tho thousands of visitors
who will BUJoy the exhiliarating
sports, will lend to advertise the
city far and wide. The purses
and prizes hung up this year
would do credit to a metropolis.
Tho material advantage derived
from the attendance of several
thousand visitors within our city
are obvious. While Cranbrook
Is not going into the celebration
business for the money there
may be in it, one must admit
that the benefits will be general,
rather than restricted to any
special class of citisens. The
main idea, of course, is to give
our visitors a hospitable welcome
and a good time. The city will
be looking its best daring tbe
celebration.
Let abridge Defeats Cranbrook by
a Soon of S to 2.
The second game of lacrosse
for the Levesaeur cup, between Cranbrook and Lethbridge
learns, was played at Lethbridge
on Monday last.
Those who witnessed the game
re|sirt ii as ihe most fast and exciting game that has been put
up this year for the t.ovasseur
cup
Play wusciilled at li p.m. Cranbrook started off with a rush and
Cowan scored for Cranbrook in
three minutes.
The second quarter was equally
fast ami the home team. Lethbridge succeeded in securing a
goal which tied the game
Half-time Cranbrook 1, Loth
bridge 1.
The third quarter started off
with fast work on both sides,
Cranbrook], keeping the ball In
the vicinity of Lcthbridge's not,
and doing the shooting, the home
team on the defense closely protecting. Carruthers finally scored
for Cranbrook. After some
strenuous playing on the part of
both teams, tho home team ink
iug advantage of ]: Cranbrooks
ratheropen defence, McMulleu
put the hall in tbe net, evening
up the score.
During the final quarter Cranbrook played a rnpid'ganio and
kept the liall at tho Lethbridge
end. Shot after shot was made
hy Cranbrook but Lethbridge
defended its goal so well that
the ball never reached the net.
After some rapid playing on
the part of both teams, the ball
passing from one end of tho
ground to tho other, McMullen
secured the ball, and shot it Into
the not, winning the- game for
Lethbridge.
The line up was as follows: -
Cranbrook Lethbridge
Miinnahan       goal Warwick
Miller point Brown
Staples cover Scott
Bathio.... 1st defence . Porteous
Me Arthur.. ..2nd do Repley
Black ...lird defence... Wallace
Graham Center Scott
Manahan. .3rd home .... Robson
Cowan 2nd home... .Stewart
McCullogh.. ..1st homo.. .Skeilh
Patton    ...outside Gow
Carruthers.. .inside..McMullen
field Captaius—For Cranbrook.
J. McSweyn. For Lethbridge,
Fraser. Umpires—For Cran
brook Griffith. For Lethbridge,
Percy McBrlde. Referee Chas.
McQueen, of Calgary.
Lethbridge will hold the cup
until next year, when we may
oxpect it to return to Cranbrook.
Canadian Henley
St. Catharines, Ont.. Aug. 4—
The annual regatta of the Cana
dian Association of Amateur
Oarsmen, commonly known as
the Canadian Henley, opened
here auspiciously today and will
continue over tomorrow. Several crack oarsmen from across
the American border, as well as
the prominent amateurs from all
parts of the Dominion, are taking
part.
The programme includes
junior, intermediate and senior
doubles sculls; senior pair oars;
junior, intermediate and senior
fours; junior and senior eights.
The course is one mile and 550
yards straight away.
Laurier Coming West.
An Ottawa dispatch says: It
has now been definitely decided
that sir Wilfred Laurier will
visit the Northwest in August
and attend the inaugural proceedings in connection with the
two new provinces now becoming a part of the Canadian Confederation, and to be held early
in September.
Crtttfcrowk   wM
UkvrDty.MsMttay lift 4ft, PHE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, H C, AUGUST
HOT WEATHER DIET
Hot Weather and
Cold Lunches
Go Together
Any other k ml of lunch menns a fire ami ;i lire more
heal when lliere is too much already,    Cnl oul the Rre
Use our Fresh Boiled Ham for variety, trj
something out of our large and up-to-date
assortment of
Canned and Potted Meats
and Fish.
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and  CROCKERY.
Cranbrook, B. C.
i VACATION      i
COMFORTS |
Why do yon not sret all the < iforl   possible  while J/.
away on  your vacation';     No Camping Out til is Com .',-,■;
plele without a haminock.    If you are noi   go'iii".  away \\nl
l     me anyway und enjoy comforl ;n home ./,■
Look ;it these prices and sec the ^-a
Bnrirains You Can Get. ^U
&tje |irospcctc>v.
lest     nera il »tri l in British Kg^>^Ssit^^^^^R^E*:^^S£fe^^:S8^
A. B. Or.ncc-,
Caro. of Than >s
"I'lsi.iMU'.i:   ANIi   KD1TOH ,,.   ,       ,
\\,- hereby .!,.sn-,, tu llianl 0111
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C. E. REID & CO.
JJphone 7 4        Tlxe Druggists. <§
CRANBROOK.   B.C. #
l'".. DISPENSING   OUK   SPECIALTY ^
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| LEfM & HENDERSON j
1       FASHP NABLE TAIL . ■    1
Always Up-to-Date 3
£ Cranbrook. -      - B.C.  2
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, Wholesale
LIQUORS - (
A. C. BOWNESS
j i U A C\ v j
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter
I. Ki:i'.i:i. & CO., Hay and (.rain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
^miimitmiitmfiimiiiifff«fim.V£
iiThe Best is me Gheapesif.
# McClary's |^ |
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c
in   Famous RANGES
Ai-,- Hi- IickI  to ho hiul.   i.innliiv xi-i-lli-il. nml   «£
pi-h-i-si slit.   A I.AIIlil-'. SHIP.MKNT.lI.siT AltltlVKI.   2-
Patmore Bros. 1
^Plumbing, Hoofing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers";
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mininft Men
IN Southeast Kootenay there
is considerable activity in
thu way ol ilevi loping lode anil
coal mines, and by the lime tli.-
Kootenay Central and Corbin
railways are completed it is certain thai there wll bo ;i large
lounngo of ore available for ship-
i ii.
With ;i prowinj! output, more
■ii,'.i employed, with railways be-
ins; constructed which will open
up larirc ureas uf valuable territory, «ith the Marysville sinel-
lor in active operation, It is.>t>
viuiis Unit the future growth of
this district will be steady, reliable and sure as n resull of the
really solid and splemlid merits
ol ihe country.
l-'nun  ti,,. foregoing, whieh is
.1 vague outline!  il will bo si en
thai the years Itm.", and  11)011 will
I,,- irood  inns  for  the people oi
Southeast   Kootonnj   and   ihal
,    tlicn. is really no good  grounds
■ ir apprehension of dull times:
',;  mi th" contrary all  signs point
,    in u  loug pei i "I nf prosperity,
/   nf which Cranbrook will receive
'/j  :i large share.
. ...
Labor day will be celebrated
fj ;•! Cranbroolt, andtlu'conitniltee
iV in clutrgi' lias arranged ;i good
►; program. The events, which
W number about iiu, will fully oc-
\y copy iiu- day, nnd n day of
'<; pleasure is guaranteed lo all
Y)   visitors.
The atinoiinccmenl thul Ihe
Kootenay Central Hallway is now
under construction isii sialei.tonl
in which Ihe whole of llrilisli
Colnnibiii   is   interested   for it
i as  the opening   up of ;i pnrl
of the province which has been
proved in possess mines of exceptional]  I'irlilli'ss.
Some  | plo lire inclined  to
think linn the district which will
be "| h   up by   ih.. new rail-
way,   when  completed,   will be
line ni llio  Inrgi'sl shipping and
producing nisi i iris in ibo north-
vesl     livery town in I'lasl Koo-
li'tiay  will be benefitted  by  Ihe
construction tit  ihis   iniportaul
railway euler]irisp.   Cranbrook
will enter into Irade rivalry, for
the  territory  is easily  in cbm
inunieatiou with tho central lown
nl Soulhoasl Kootenay. and the
merchants who do the inosl hustling will reap the greatest benefit.
When  tin-  K.  C.   i:   gets its
line running  from the main lino
nt tho C.P. K.  al Golden to the
Crow's Nesl  branch,  the whole
of Ihe Kootenay  and  Columbia
valleys   are   likely   to  enjoy a
period nf considerable activity.
During  Ihe  past   few    years a
number of  mini's have been developed  in order to be ready ti
ship ui',' al tho enrlii st possibh
moment,      ,
Everybody who knows any
thing aboul this vast mining
country will join with the I'uos-
I'KiTOH in th" belicl thai Ihe
future fur Ihe districl is bright
indeed, ami there is no reason
w hy Cranbrook should noi share
hi this prosperity.
a    a    .
The mining development of
Soulhoasl Kootunay contin ios
slowly bill satisfactorily. There
is every prospect of Ihe early
establishment ol two now tran.
spoliation line w hich will give a
decided impel us to mining. Tho
local lumber mills report busy
limes,  a  big cnl of tin.- limber
having I n  secured during the
past winter, ami mills ruporl a
constant ly increasing trade with
thn Northwest territories, ami an
unusually lurgo local demand, n
sure indication of healthy conditions in thu building trades,
our sud  , ereavement,  all wei
,\, I ,-ili ^^^
iii-iiv t-i thank theSistetsal the
St Eugene Hospital for llieir
cat ', iilloiiilur.ee and kindness
dm iug the illnessof imrduughier
Pearl
Mr, an,i Mi s John Ewing,
Fori Steele.
Ni-aivsi it, railroad depot.    Has accon    i
diilions   for   ihe   public   imequalled   in
i 'rauhrook.
HOGGARTH & ROLUNS    |
Proprietors |
NOTICE.
iv.  s*i -i n i' ibai I intefHl toapptj lothi
M> 11 on.ini■•.-.' 'i  ■!  '..ii Utod Work* i„t »
, ■ I... • .     ■      " ■    . . it    ' |    ..".IV   III..1*,
ill ■ rtbstl   ..ii'i-. in Ku|
.....     ,.    HriiUli < uluuibli
i utumvitrlog m « p(W1 plADtet]    ■ ui.li' ».->! ,.|
:,. Ski -Li,I-,,.'. , v ,.\'i otiihetlnt ami uu
'." t. ,i , gotoK up   j- i  . ■ •..
IbfQc* W«i Wobkiu
■    ■ ■     .■      .,.-■.      ..;..   tl,.!,. •    I-   •  ■■■ I tttlai
I.
.■.'... itill i -iii 'i^i ot Juq« : • ■
\ Jobn* m
NOTICE.
aki: SOTH I- ii. a i ,:. ■ -ii'i to kppl] ti.u,.
fU\   . I,.,; i miiinlkktomti nl i.-'i i- itii'i Worka torn
{M -[...Mi !.'.in..'hi.i,i nml imi *waj Utnlwi
w\] :n.in tin tollowltu 'I- .itiM-ii UuhU in Kam
^'{i   K i i   C'n'.i■"'  Hiitub < ol .-
I
1
ir/j
||llnt     I Cold Baths
Tlie Gyration l^^^s^^^i^^^i^^i^^
Enlerprising    Cnmbrook    is **#*******#** rA$ .^v^^^^^^^^^^
pulltiiii  lortli ovory offorl lorn J a»a
^^^^^^^^ t.Ullllil- ;^^^^
.,- a (- si |..,iii.-.i v. s jjoiiu
■■     ■ :■!'•'   H 'Uttl   UO
■..   ,v.-i  i«- . i.alii* Ihi ii.-.- Kortl
m . k.. t lochiluo'" plawjol 1,**-
I'..!,-.  1
Ibi ii ilaj "i ■ una I * i
h. i.mi.'
Looatoi
lebrntioD  un   Labor Ony.  &
From all indicatious iii«'  people
,f Moyiu  will   ue  "there like a
lu.-k."'   Moyie Leader.
&
When   You   Think   Of |
Deafness Cannot lie Cur
f
9
bj   local up|iHcutiiniH,  ,t- kUoj, caminl *^f
'I'll. I-.-  I- til.!\  IJlll' HUJ   tU i-'ii'!• lll'llflU'.-ii, ***
aud thai i- I iv .'tpii-iiui-.ii.i;;.!  ivmfil hw, *^t
dltion   uf   iiu1   mui-i.ii-   I ill in y   ol  ihu ^*
I- usiat'hiuii Tulw.    Win n th 'lulu   -- v
.*J you htu ■■ ti rumbling miuiuI m ^
iinjM'i'Ut't heutiiiir. nod whi'ii   ii   - i'ti- "»•
uni ■-- ■ .,-■  iiilliLuimai;".' Iw ±tL
'.,„. ,. Ll   '  Ultll  I IM- I   n... fcMUl ■ ■,    It)    Uli *v
nurnutl ctiiidilioi -.t::; .   ■ tie- *jj*
aif.-jiii-.-it li\ i ;ii;iii-ii. which  .- outh- **T
ii!L'  hiii  nu inllum luniliiioii "i Un «$f
tliliriiii-   rtUrfltCCn. .».
We will u'ivc Oiifl   Mm ilml  Dul u - X
fur iiu-,   .■.!-.■ of  DwfiiCM.   c:i«>itl   It ^»f
raian-h  llmt citnnnt h ii-ed hy Mull's .•'!
( atarrn * utc.   Semi h.i' clrcularx, fn-c ,?,
.i. !■'. CMKN -:v ,\ i ().. I'uli lu, 0 %*
Si i<i h> DiutrjfUt-.  ;-t .
tiki* i'hiii > tn-iiii.v 1'ilU  fur .-.
HSURAM
1
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NOTICE.
i aki. KOTfCK uui l in:.'ii-i U)-applj to tb«
blnfCuonnbadoDerol Landaand Warkafoi
i- ■,., i ii ■ t,-. in i m .ni. ..ri v Hrt n. Umbar
..in u« tollovfoa ileaerthad landi la ftw
..H't.-iitt) in-tnii UrltUbOolanbla
■inrlnir hi n pOal plattMd al 1.   l.lllle i
You Think Of
"HUTCH"
rcmsoi
^ S rib Weal rontoi ibonn bomb l
A ibeoue w.-t ioi balsa, IbanoaKor'b lOOcbaln
5     bi im i-usi ioi balM i" plaot. ol beftonloa
V '■''    : ':"- '-''-li   dHJ "I J    IfXtt
A- i   Uoberu,
*? Uooalui
NOTICE.
TAKK N'l'l'I'K lliut 1 iilliliJ tu utility lu ihu
CblelCnmmtMloDorul Uantbiand Wortcafdra
**•' - ;■ i*ltl i.ii'.-n-..- m nit ami carry n*n\ iltnbw
%• ■ ■;• m ribvd lundM In Kusi
j. i.'i.,t'ii,i\ tiitthct, iimi-ii Columbia
*r      romnicttrliiif aia pont plaow-d   i T.Uoberbi
*^f S'urtli West coruui ihrnce Sou Ui 100 ebalu
.fe i ii-,- wv-i wohnlnn. tli-in.' North .BOtbalui
*t* r. :  . i   -i locbalm loplacoof boRlnnlai
tt 1 .11.     !.l, -.1 JUU« I1"'.
John R* in
Uooaior
*
1 1 N
ty NOTICE.
A       lAKK NOTll-K Uiat 1 ttticud to applj U>Uw
*•* CliU'l CouimlM Ioiiim ol i -ni'i- md Workjtlw i
^f •*;.-. mi i.n.-n,.-1.,, ut ,iii<i .'unv away Umber
A ■   ■ follow Ium tlew rlbed lafidi iu  Baal
tJ| i. ■■■'■ nm i' -.■•;. i llrliuti [fetumbla
Commei ■       .... ;■ H  ; anird  i m Ie North
tv.
mm
T Cranbrook, B.C. East kootenay. *   .., ,.„,.-:„„,, ,...,,,„',„-, ,i„- «-o»n
J'l T       :,.,.,.-   ili.-n,-,. S..in, l".,-h,.ins   ,!„-n,-i- K.isl I
<t^^r1rr!r**^*«.T^*^*;.'^^******'»r*VV  rbjin.. ,« south i» ch.m. „.,.i.,.„....
A. Mellor »->
l«r in
lmtt.fl this IMh da. ul -' ino :■•■>■
.1   NeUoii,
I.OCdtol
°Ari
OftTb
NOTICE.
TAKK SllTfl I. tbal I Inton  .ppl] lottto
I ■ u,n,i,iaslniier ,'i l,«t,.i- .in.) W'.ik. foi .,
•-I ■ . i ,   I   .     ; I .Ull   ■ ■ ■ I )    ,„ av Unil. r
[roiu  llie [tilliiKlnit ilwcrlliwl  luuUa in  Kul
l,"..I. i.a, l lalrtrt, llrlllah ,-..::..|     i
lj    is mil       ' 1,,,'nrlr.i. «t H poal  plallti-u Ml J. Mflao,,'.
I I        l'„M      IW,, I 11-       '.     '     , 1     .' ,       •      ■■  SdUlll 1   I   III     ""■ S.      ',,), S'        ,     ,, .,;„.
i),.,,|..ssiin   iii  rreijilil   vmn' supplies tivonty  inilos, ivhnu .yon i-nn ,,.,,.. i ,.- s,. \,..,.., u,,.,,,, >.-.,,,,, _. ,..,,,,„,
i            ., .,,   \n.''  I i ll '-s ■   \.     -    li.li       ■ .„■ of bcKtouln.
1'un-li— : !,.• s.tiu.- u Is, tit I lime 1 e. ll    Ml...l.t'l,s _ :i,„.„.,,
Mil ,.,. Inn     ■ ' ill*,     il -■   Min-Va l-ivi-r ■ .:-,■: ■ v   » Ewln
General Merchandise
ATTENTION   PKOSPECTORS   AND   MINKKS
tojrit
UT ills l-'l'.l'.li
ft
General  Outfitter
Marysville,  B.C.
•Tin-   L-efharl.
'.'ill   I',-   i;;;i'l'-
.   -■■"' ■■'jil.'lltlv
if the f.-.-.i    s li-niri.. n- -i"i-.-. -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The  ni.i-i   fiwtlilloiiK uuliiiiil on i   »,.»*»••.••>*»'•»•»«*'■»•»'•»*»•»»•>••»«»•'»%•«•.&«•»»»«»•«»•*'.»•»
llll-ll ii)i hia  ■ ill ilii-. •
FEED
It will i,-ni|it him when he i- "oil" nml
j   FALLS VIEW HOTEL
-:iii--t\ und DMiu-i-n him when he i- "till"  I
uiaubMiiutvi: i> iv ami fi— rn.ni / CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
dust, dirl  in- am tiling '■!-'■  liahh   la K
•*-"  ill _
NOTICE.
'i Oil   Kffl It'K thai l Inifnd Loappl) lo*tlt«
ul I.*',., nnd irorki [of •
ii   "i'ti  .'.in > uwiiy Uiii'-vi
it.mi  Hi''  ■■ Ihi]   . illdii   n   Sail
-a    Ummi, iii.) tllHirti i   llrillHl. i ••.'■   ■   i
>A        I'.iil.lli'i.t . i.k';il il j. '.' ln.n:t» -I iti  A   A   I.will v
f    Ntirth ■'. ■ ihcocfl '.''.rtii Iflo cbalim,
*  i j..-M.. ' ..st i". ii .in-, (htncefioutb iCOebilai
\ . ti.i-ii--- tt*r»i ." . t .1.... to place at beginning:
f |>Ut< :■'..•'..■ .■  11103
i v. Mttla
[.'.. itoi
ti! it- lint-' 11Writ] ll
OATS. GRAIN. MILL FEED,
HAY. (etc.)
nl Iiu- liitti'.-l  limi K'-l  IU'-■-.
IIAKRIS IJHOS.
Cranbrook, 1!.(!
\ =-$   Marysville,   BC,
I-
:j,-i  ami  i>,-st uquippod ltolnl in tin' Si   Mary
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS
» NOTlCt.
f     t IKK vrrrii y. in.i i Inipml io anplr u>tin
'I   f'tilrlColunilwlo,,,-, of Ulidaind IV,.rk. fur.
-1... ... I ..,, • ,,-.-■ - i Mi..| curry «w.y ilini„-i
I,  11"'   rolfOMiUK    'i- Mllla-,1   11,1,1.   Ill   kh.i
IConteunj lll.lrlcl llrlliali t_'olunil>l.
Professional.
HARVEY 4  MoCARTBR
llAHKISTEUS ASI) SOLICITOUS
I ItAXHKUOl., n.r.
||fca^a»fc^%«4fc«^«fca>^«%a>%*fc«^a»»«%«u>*>».«*»«>»*>»4»»**a>*>»*a>***U,*s>*        | u, ,,i „ po.1   |,l«iil,,|   ul K. I.llll,'-
s.,i,ih i,„.i i-orut'r n.< '■ ■ i'lin. il.  N. . l	
'., ■     -:i. ..    I .,-i lu ,l,«iii- il,■•„<■■■ South l".
■ ■ '   •  lltp, „,--i  i .l„a I" |,i„, -   ol ....
KlnufUM
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v .l„l,i,	
Locaio,
i'i A i'i i'i i'i i'i A i'i A i'i i*i A A A A A A A A A A A A A
v v *•* v v v v v v v v v v v v v w v v w v v v v
A
| NORTH   STAR
9
W. F. CiURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
f
9
9
9
A
9
HOTEL
Kimberley,   B. C.
f
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9
9
Granbrook
I tiit 1-1, Coin
f   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.     _^~^_ I
.' 'i A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
C   H. DUNBAR
llAltlllSTKIi. SUl.ll I'l'ni:
nml XflTAIlY   IM 111.11
Cninbrook, ll C
(j. ti. Thompson
i
aim    rt     Post   Office
OVI  U       Store
NOTICE.
'I■ > ii i   \t H ii'i. tbal i .up ii tnply lotbo
Chli ■ ■ i n i-ilonet ol Uondn and u'urkt lor a
Sntn In I i.;..'M-.i-!.. i ni nmi carry away llwbi i
ir.iHi the mjlowiiiK duKcrlbfd lauda In Kaal
Kootcnej UiJtrlci rtritldb Columbia:
Commencing ai a )ki-i mnnifid nt J Kwln'i
Sofih w. -i corner thrncfl North IGOcbalnn
tbence i:;.-i lO.-liulns, Uieutc South lOOcbalni,
them   Wvb\ iu chain h lo piwc ol boflntilni
luteil tbli 1Mb 'in? «d Jutn \9 .
T. RoberU,
l.'-M.ti
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE thai 1 Inland lu npplj to the
i in. 11 ."im i-.su.ik-r,.( i.iliiiK and U'tirU-* tor»
sptH'ttil l.i.i-t.-.' t.iri.i iin-i carrj aiwaj limber
i tn   ro i low Inn  rtbed landi In Kail
Kootonit) DNtrtct, llrlilHh Columbin
i omnn ii1 iiir nt b potd pinnted atT, Rotiorta
mill Kn-i oornoi   tho  North HW chain*
Kh«i iochnliia, them o South 1601 halnt.
J thenco Kh«i iochnlim them-oSouth tooohalm
ri     |i|-,.lsi (,'■ii. i,l Store in   Mnrvsville, wlicrc miner* ti.enrew Miwohaimiopiaooorbaginnini:
1 " - ... | Mien thin 1Mb. da) ol June 1906.
- w iiAKKisTKita -n.i..,..;: , U)   he  supplictl  with   unvthinK   tH«*v   want   at all times at
'-^t   NtTl'AKY riiti.U
Cranbrook pr
OFFICE    LEASK    BUILDING '
'mnhrnnk. I*.< ■
Tiiu.M as   MuV ITT I !■:
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing*   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
Imifil litis 1Mb. da) ..i Juti ■ 1905,
.1. Nelaon
r.i i alor.
NOTICE.
TAict: viith'k tii;n i ini.-iiti oapply ' ihe
iterroinmlMlonoi ,n : ,ndi« nnj worka torn
;..-.'l ii i.i. rn-i' i.i rut nn,i curry away limber
um ibo following .i.'Sfiiiic.i lamia In Bun
ihjii um tilHlrlci, Itrtllah Coin in bin:
CommwnclnR tit n ]><>>-i plautud aiN-Johii-
h Khhi cornur ihenee Karl BOehalni.
P. L. tS. <tt C. E. , =	
llu-riw Soul]. t» rhidiM. I 'eWcitM olultu
14n!!!!ll!!!!!!:!n!i:!n!HnMH!!t!!1!!!WH!!ttH!!!n!nt!!!!nn!tn^ '!"',;;^:,:!:;;i,;,!r:;:,:;ll;l;;;;;ir"	
l-'ui-t Bteulu ll.''. t; 3 -i K»m.
■:■""" *••• •-•"•----,-£    I   m   OH I US   iV   Vi()» I   Tbe Illinois Central
DR. E. W. CONNOLLY j g 3 —
i T   — Hfiiii OffinA Minn Omen for ErbI Kootoimv. ^r      »i_i..*..i n ...     :....   c,.,.-
Royal Hotel
The Windermere districl Is to
have its innings noxl your,
Hitherto the miners  liavo bPon
  li.iii-lir,i|i|i,-il bv ;> hi, U nl riiiluii.v
trnnspoi'lntlon    nml    only   the
Marysville, B.C. FRANK ANGERE. Manager higher grade ores could bo ship-
pod,   Tho Kootenay i Viitrnl rail-
way,   now   under   construction
The nbovo hotel has boon roconlly Broctod, nnd neatly furnish- when completed, will furnish the
ed  Ihroughoui.    The Bur is supplied  wllli the best brands of necessary transportation tor ores
Liquors and Cigars, nnd will open   up  one of tho
|    ptiii'Sidinn ;iui1 Surgeon
t     ill-Tin. AKMs'l'l       ' '■•■
J   II,,Ills:    II to 11
: 7 to 8 \	
I   iMionc """•'• IU.1    1 :■ -i.l.-i I11" |
..•.....•-•.-. .-.-....••.-.-.-....-■•►----
F.  E.   KING
»•:   DENTIST
i iri-i-i: lliil-ns:   II i„ |2 tt.lil
I in i. p in.
Tl..-,,.!...
Ol-'l'lCK mid IIksii
JT.   Hrml  OH
,    E^ Calgary, Albarti
Muiu Olliri- tor Y.hM  Kodli-luiy, ~Z£
Cniiitiiiinli, ll 0
Wholesale iit-itl Retail
^» Maintain. .■ n.-.v,-.-11.-.i  lort'li'o from
^3 tho wiml to llio omit and noutli. Msklnf
3 nlO«'   i-i'llll''i-liiills    ivltlt    tl-llills   of all
~~2 ii-niifi-iintiiit'iitiil lims.  piissi'iitii'i-a un'
3 Iflvon iIn-ii' choice nl riniti's in Chicago
~-ZS ' l.miisi ill,.. Ali-niiihis anil Now oHi-'iii--
r3 anil ihi'oiijrli thoao |K)lnt« t" tho fiu'OMi
^S Prosiioutlvo ti'arclora doslring Infoi"
g~ ZZ     I'mniKHitlro travoloi'* doslt'lng Infoi"
1 Meat Merchants ^ :::::::■:■:::::::;:::::::■
p; 3 ivltli llio follnwlng roproHontuuve^,
t: 3    "• H. TRtiMBUM., Commercial Agonl
ST ii    i  ,.   ;,, Mm   ;,  .,    i/• i i c.           3           H2 Tlilnl St., Portland, Oregon,
£ Deali-min Abatt.ui nnd Cold btpr:.«ti^ .,.,. |.INIISI,V.-,-.,,.,, r.A.
£      LiveStOCk it Calgary. Alberta.     2            ua Third St., Portland, Oregon
nn io.a.,,1 Ki;sii,|;x, |.; *~        fc,.-w.v.n - -   Calljaiy. Alberta.       2 .-.< imras.., , on,,..
Armstrong Ave,   Cranbrook ^UiUiUmUUUUUllimiUUt.UUUkUiUUtiUUlUUatUiUUilt^I<--..Vu.u.'.I.'w^.'^aitic.;*v«^ PINK BROTHERS
—  - ■"     ■ '■ " ■' _. _   ■     __  — .    . ' ■"■ —   " " "*       ■■   -             "■ '    ' ""——^——*^r—""^
I   Buy the Famous Carss Mackinaw Clothing and You Will Have the Best on Earth
EveruDoau Knod
John B. Stetson
Ev< n bal tn ikei ■■ ■ i ".!>
ki "■' s him t,"' h.' b ihe one
man the] .,11 uj io imitate
tiut the] I'.in c se^m '.,•
succeed.
We   .ire   bavins   our   hats
4 direct troin John B. now so thev trout cos: vou so much
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Come in aud sec the New Styles we just
f received.
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Malve-s the best shoes m Canada
\\ hen vou w.utt
Style, t^ualit)    Fiutsl.
and Comfort
All combined buv the luvictus
Brand, thev are just about what the name implies    Invincible - We |tta!U<tM
ever\   pair to giVe
SATISFACTION
Our Stuck is
Open fur Inspection
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MEN'S
Furnishings
IS OUR BIG LINE
We     handle
everything a man
wears except
We claim to  have  the
largest and best assorted stock of
i Furnishings in East Kootenay.
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We also  sell Blankets, Quilts.
I Pillows.    Grips,   Telescopes   and
t
'. Suit  Cases.     We  would   like  the
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; und quoting prices.
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There is No
SuGh Ttiino
\n i rubber that t» ' |u\t
as fwtf as Kills* Stub
PrOOf. the. .lout make them
The last two winters we  cued
two brands ot the    Just as kfood kind'' but <*. w« had so
nan] cocapfemti about them we cut them oat aud wtfl
handle only Stub 1'rool ui the future.
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Who wtitirs
Glove»
Finds it very
expensive under'
the best of conditions.   We have
in the
HIHKNDHATH
a glove that will reduoe this
expense to the lowest point. We
guarontoe this glove to give
satisfaction. We have a large
assortment to ohoose from.
They stand Ure, water and
steam and will wash.
Groceries     Crockery     Glassware
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'E have everything in the line of groceries that one
could desire, a small order for your house or a
carload for your mill or mine will have out most careful and
prompt attention. We bus only the Best Goods, we
buy only in car lots, we pay spot cash Ioi everything
and give <>ur customers the benefit
As we stated above, we buy the very best of every thing,
we use the very greatest care in buying canned goods as it doesn't pay to buy seconds
simply because they are cheap. Try our teas, packed under our own label, the best
teas in Canada for the price.
We sell the famous Leitch Bros Anchor Brand and Lake of the Woods Five Hoses
flour no better to be had.    We carry a large stock of imported goods such as C. & B. Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Pickles,
Capers, Anchovie Sauce, Chutney, etc.
Blue Label Catsup, Fancy California Fruits, Edam &
Limberger Cheese, French Sardines, Peas and Mushrooms,
in fact anything to be found in the big first class stores in
the Cities.
\T7li carry the Largest Stuck of Crockery and (Ham
ware in But Kootenay.
Here  you  will  find everything from  Ihe  plum   white
granite  to  the  finest   English,   ('.eimaii .mil ltrtu h rhum
We have a large slock of  dinner  set*,   at   till  prices ami
in almost any decoration
Fancy Tea and Water Sets |uit the thing (or pWMtt.      W* art showing; , h.8 I....
of toilet sets from the finest and newest .Imitations down io th* plain ™hit.> pejfM
Bar Glassware of All Kinds
Unnt fail lo get our prices before buying  your  crockery
as we .an nave you a lot of money.
We ship goods to every town on the Crow. Give us
an order and be convinced that we are Prompt and Careful Shippers and Big Money Savers.
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LABOR DAY  AT
00K
Monday, Sept. 4th.
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LIST OF  EVENTS
Parade »t 10 R.m
ON )'.\i;.\l»K
!..-t Union Klout .  *15.00
1,.,-t Murolmi- 1   imt. 15.00
Hpsi LuinlMtruieti'*! Fiisti        .. 15.00
i nloii w ' . --' priii»rci appfiiraut*** 25.00
[ nion a [thi .:_•■■-'  . ■ '•■ --■"■ii" ..!i 25.1)11
Btal Uriviuj, i«nui "i Qu
Best draft loam. ■ViiJ
1J—t «i;.--.;.!  If Ull "'i»i
HOSK l.rXL |J.\. I S
• i   rsol V.. | "IV
Tiit: i i;u n i»s
rji'f.
- mil'- jui^. li- li n
Ol      !I.H'I'
Indian [ton*,  i-ur«*
a, ju(i]»iliii L"Ot.t'**l
Tu* iiutklnij ttiiiii- ■
SuwJUt,'  TOfal»*al
Luadlug  logs.. -
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LIST OF  EVENTS
lii-iiii'it,' oontest, oja-n
only to luitiL-i-s ol
Ku-i Kootenay Ui. IUS0.00; -ml. tJJ.oo
ion iui-,1". open 1st. 120.00 diver oup:
'.'■nl.   *iu.(hi iiii.-im
t mile, ,i|»'n i.i. 120.00; :'ml, lluoo
Kunnlng broad jump. 1st, 10.00,2nd, 4.00
lliiiiniiii; liiiih Jump 1st. lu.uO; 2nd, 4.00
Hoys race.under 16yia 1st, 8.00; 2nd, 3.00
i.ii-i-n.,-.-..mil-,- l'i>is Ni. 6.00; 2nd, 3.00
till iiinn'. ni,-.-. 'Jill II,.
Hmv.-I-.     , 1st,
lion men's Pace, loo
.mils. JO to i.', year. 1-t.
3.00
tiii'ii ■ ii. - ii -
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lst,   in iw; 2nd,
l-i,    8.00; 2nd,
■ 1st,     3.00; 2nd,    :.oo
il,,i-  race, under u-u
lli^ii pole rault
I'uiiinK in lb. .sliot
tVInnlnff  team,   irap
sboollng	
Tug ul war, "ii cleats,
in men   on   t.-am,
upen to Kuai Kiajtc-
nay ....
No sci-onJ |,i-i/.
1st,    3.00; 2nd, '.'.00
1st,   lo.mi: Una, t.iaj
1st,   10.00; 2nd, 5.ou
Silvt-r l.up
1-t. 136.00; 2nd, JtJ.OO
without tlir,-,- entries.
CRANBROOK. B.C.
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SPECIAL TRAINS FROM EVERY POINT IN TIE DISTRICT
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CELEBRATION   COMMITTEE.
J. P. Fink, President       S. McDonald, Vice Chairman      H. White, Secretary
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VICE PRESIDENTS:
F. Huchcroft.   Wm. Oliver. G. A. King. R. Findlay. H. W. Drew. I. H. Wilson. J. Austin,
A. K. Leitch. F. Becker, I. J. Baxter. G-. Campbell. S. Speers, R. A. Fraser. O. Bnrge,
N. Hanson. Thos Young, G. Leitch, T. Moran. w. W. Tuttle. E. C. Moran, C. C. Farrell
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-.mm. mmimma B| l »iJ-i.i^«j»iaTriilnih)pr-iffr.w.TgiBiiiir»il THE IROSPECTOK. CRANBRObK, B C - AOG08T 5, 1905
FOUND
IS  BAKER si    QN .; ;„,.,,;      . .      ,,
Mil.I.  .'.   . U,    Thi
Hull can malt.   II     ortli ..-..
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note
E. H. SMALL. Manager
ROYAL
±   HOTEL   *
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
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Era     F     Fragrant
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P  o BABY'S
lOVVN    SOAP
| 1 BEST mi tVt  M, ffn   WMITtUl,
"Moats Carlo" <-■■ W   Robin-
sou,  Ol   Eiluaiiili.ni.  was in town
Wednesday.    Mr. Robinson is an
old tiin.-i- In tlm. district, nnd i
renewing old fcoquaintunous   11
\iiil   miuru  lu   r.ilni')i|i'iu   UUXt
week.
J. M. DEER
• Boot snoe MaKer
111 Wi--!; (Inanat -
Sen ffotk M ■ to Mstuurd
Armstrong Ave.   ;.:.'„;,:;;„,'„;
Tha followinif cltlseusul'Cran
broolt v ere si  Lethbridge Mou-	
ilny.   nml   wilnessed   tho Cron »<•»<■«»»»»>»»««*'**«»>■«■;
brook-Lethbrldga lacrosse game: *\
Dr.  J.   II    Klnif. W. 1). Hill. R, I
K Beattie, Thomas Gavin, V, A » 	
Rollins,   W.   A    Rollins'   Geo. t i>
Gongeon,   P.   Dioklns luck i Tailor ' . Importer of*
Hayes, A, Bennett, Messrs Lauft ♦ *^m
Darling and Leadbetter. *
L. COHN
Fine Woolens.
, 1 Craubruok. B.C.  Ariusti-uni; Avo
Cranbrook wi I celebrate Labor * *
Day.   The athletic grounds will1
present ti lively aspect on that
?JS«  day Judging from the reports of J <    EQg'ftr    JU'tlVlS
irr- .j  arrangements made by thecotn-      " O
l- laa.1  '■■" I"'- ..-.,'   ..I. s ...        . ,       ,       .        *
iiniti'i' for tlic day s sport.
Stye 3^ro0spect0v.
IATUHDAY, AUGUST 6, 11HJ'.
Bricklayer
•"""Contractor
Furnace, Boiler,   Rang
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LOCAL NEWS.
ui sacra tor sblu.no nvrmr.     [fireplace Work a Specially. All
* STOCK '.     . ' •     ,
description ol stone-work under-
,   aUttntlon i. dlronttQ t» Hi* Prorlsloni ol
| S«-. IT of Hip lliiriu-ulliiial  lloanl All  Union ' MKHtl.
.,   .,    ,        ll     1   n nMids as tollowsi
ii   i,   .lewi'ii,   .jailray,   was at |   i.«joptwn,nraor«rpoi»tH>n«luiU oonso
Craubrooli Tuesday on business, "or oonunoo in u» iiuaim-.s oi s,-inii»-. m
  | "pri.n-ipui. aiT'-iii. lolielior.   ui   oinvwliB, i...... .,,
R. Stewart, Vancouver, was In ""ll11"1 ih" rntta*, fruit tms, plum or I
,i       -,,, ,i-   ,„     ,   .. ■  iiuracry stoek, or of Itnportlnq f„r uln, Iruii
the oitry \\ ednesda) •»,,,,. „i„,„„, nurWr, .took into «,,- p».'
"vim-iv without iir>t tut vim* obtained i Doom
Orders left at j. d. MgBridls
Prompt An.-ntinn.
p   White, Toronto,
IllM 11 tills  IVl-l'k.
Cranbrook
Labor llay.,
will     celebrate
ARMSTRONl
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Newest (lesions in
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i Ivci  p "' DilTtircnl Patterns to Select Frorti
Painting1. Decorating*
and Sign Work
1' ii  ll(i\
PHONE 111
The Illinois Central
WHS     ill ' -lociirrl on uit'tl liusliif-s In tin- I'n.iin.
I "in this Aet profliled". I
.Mi,,,-, Miuiiioiir  .oil nurssrr .took Malntalus inn-x.'.-ll.-il -.-ivi.v   from
In thi- ProTlnoe sro rottotrod by u>e-lr prluei- tho west to thu oast and south. Mulilni'
psls, or by themsslm to dopoitt twnds in tne ul.»u uonneuttons with   trains  ol  "11
Ueportraoutof Ajrloulioro virion,,, for *• trunsoontluenul linos,  passeoirors mv
 tslttlful psrformonce of Uiolr obllsslloUH.  Tin' .        ....       ,
»        ,„.  ,-    i     ,-,,,„   .,..„.,.   .,  ,„.,,    public 1. ihortliire wsrnen not io poreU   »lv«n tholr uhol f routes to Chicago,
in         \.   i i.ins   man,   a pin ,.„,„,.          Ir, ,„„.„,,. .,,      . LuuUvlllo, Moraiihls and New Orleans,
♦ tessional visit to ( ii'sim, Muniluy.   „„„ urf through tl uUtotli, far out
• —TTir,     • '""" ini'ii"."'!""!""1'-"'!""' Prosiieotlvotravelers doslrlnirlnl	
s,       Joe, ."-i rong, n! \\ iiniipt'L'. was       Uopsrt nlotAtfrlouliurr. ,   .,    , , ,    .
♦ ,r .   ,.,,'.,   ...,,, ,,,,, ,u. iiuttiiiii a- t.i th., luuv.t nil,-- ami best
'       ill      If i-ltV   X OIHlilV. ,     M'l»l'a.;"lliJUI).IW.,.
v • ,i u. an'pi-hsiin. 1-iiuii's are Invited to oorresnondenco
^ Ih-puly MIllKltT of .\,-ri.-iill-.ir.- with the lollOWiniJ l'.-|il-,--,-llllltin-s.
W.Wallace,   Vii-!,u-ia.   was  ill     ll Soorslsrj 11 II.'lui Miiri.i., r„i,.i,i,-i-i-i.il Aifnnt
town Monday. u_' xhtrd St., Portland, c igon.
*   sT"? CTLar^l    -s». I. I.  l.lSUsKY. 'IM'. ,\  !"..\.
o       '1     Wilson,   Winnipeg, was in      p(jr    *S>fctI«S^ H2 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
♦ . the city Monday. P. B. Thomhson, P. JfcP.A., Itooin
«. Valuable Kiuir Ranch, at {,coltnanBidg.,Seattio,"Wash.
in    I'm-;   Prospectoii   for ,.    ,        ,,,,      ...     <l ...
s), '.-,-,, i I'i'siiiti.    B.C.      Prlco  fl.olKl. 1
v   "°  '   Terms easy.     1'his Is  without | •i-1-H-l-H-K-l-i-K-!-;-
.     Thos,   P Mason, Victoria was doubt ono of the bast real estal
# u Cranbrook visum  Monday.' bargains on the market.
s,      ,    ,,    .     I ,. For furtlior particulars see
~      .1.   BI   Stephens,    \ ancouver,
* ivasttCrnubrook visitorTuet
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Kootenay Steel Rang*.
A GOOD BAKER
The oven in the Kootenay Kan^e is Bctentl6cally propoi
lioned to the si/e of the fire-box, so that  no more fuel can b
burned than U absolutely necessary to heat the oven. ,
The oven is lined with heavy iheet steel, which ii't l,-...'
radiator ol heat and insure
a uniform heat throughoi i   *-
the  oven —no danger  of a   u
loaf of bread being halfdone  jn
on one side and  biirne,.'. on   f)
the other. Ri
The Kootenay   Range  i- \\
built on scientific principlvs '•
throughout, and should  I-.- L
carefully   examined    before i;
buying any other. I j
Sold   by all  enlei'pii-'iii .   g
dealer-..
^^^^^^^^^^^ Booklet tree.
McCIary's
Toronto. Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver,
St. John. N. B.
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Patmore Bros Sole Agents
siMPirj"r_7;sTR0N7~ "james greer
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.!   K   Hobarl, Vancouver, »n
in low ii Xlntiilay
15. Ijtidwick, Buyard, was u
guest ui thf C'osiuopolitan on
Tuesday.
:: Arnold & RoDerts;
Till INK DU
Real Estate and Insurance
CRANBROOK. B.C.
DRAYING
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I-'. .1. Ati'ili'rsiin, Slayook, was
t'l'glatered at ih" Cosmo]iolitan
Tuesday. We have been in the business
i   , ,-    , i, to' several years, we have the
i   Dobson and .1. ( ardell, , .      ,, .,       ,
- of Calgary,  were guesl al the bMt e(lu,PBlent in BC'  and wt'
I'.-i'iiliiiiiik Tuesday. guarantee satisfaction.
I FORT STE
BREW
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Malcolm    Mclnness   w
niintli  Monday i
J   V.
Q, LTD,
a      \t a :■< >i iii
♦ from Elkmo
FERNIE, B.C.
MAN'I KACTIJIIERS and BRBWERti ul EXTRA PINE
» PORTER
f
BEER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Hot tied beer lor family
use ;i specially
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
'FEED
SATISFACTION GUARAIf
4 H. O. BOX 812      L
stj     TELEPHONE NO. t     f
Port   Steele  Brewinji; Co., I^td.
-zflboyt mat Piano1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     Wo are the authorized agents
.  ,,        ,   ,,     , tor the removal, of Mason & Rlscb
Mr.  ami  Mrs.   ,1.   Renebery. _. .   ,. ,    ...
Brandon,   were   guests al   the Pianos, we can do the work with-
Cranbrook Monday. ollt ,,'s'<-    A'*" Household Pur-
  nature.
Wilson IhoJuweler has adornt'il pepov * CITTPCDAI n
his "bigshow windows" with a        rtKKT & hlUbtKALU
flue now (.'nlil sign.   Short it Co.! , Proprietors ol tin-
tu- re the artists. Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
C Johnson, A.Patersonand H. c,p°r,°K1u
•liiliiisuii    of    Winnipeg   were _
Cranbrook lisiim-s on Wednes- ,   , -___.i_
___ < MUSIC I
Mr<   Hklnn teacher of the
rs. nisiup       piANOfORTE
S|)(>cial attention to touch,
technique, phrasing and
gi'ading of studies,
I'm- particulars apply t" C. K. tlolil .V |
STEWARTS
The  LBADINQ STORE  For $
Fresh Fruit. Vegetables.
Choice Confectionery
l'KDSU SUTS,
Sii|-"l' DRINKS
"llazflwuoil li-i' Cream"
PROMI'T  lil'I.IVKKV
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75    ftrmstrony, ftvc
+H-H^-l-W^-I-H-H-H-H-H-H'
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
SILENT ,7""'*OT"*"" SPHUV
Purchaio   Prion   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES ITllNlsltKU US Al.l. WORK
JillllllNll   I'HOMI'TI.V K.XKl'UTEIl.
I louses ami Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME AND SHINGLES FOR SALE
Telephone 82.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter W Builder
n;>
riiimi'i;:i.
K.  P.  Sternborg, a  Toronto I
commercial man, was doing business at Cranbrook on Wednos-
.l,i.\.
.1. M. Agnew,   Elko, manager|
ul  the North Star Milliug Co,
flrnoiti k Roberts
MIS HUM. MT
(rotui v )
I ■BlU'.rii'U h '   Y  1MIM|.'\ KtlKM'H
NOTICE.
Fly log Cloud Ulnoral Claim.
Sltgato In the Port Stwlt) Minion DlTlfttoa
.if Ci.-t K.inii'ii.iy DIstHol.
Wliora low ted: On Marh Creek one tntlt
trnii. Kimberley,
Take notloo tbm I. Tho*. t MoVUtto, P.M.O.
So. B78710, nn-'iti for .1 f. Drowrj, P.M.O,
n'i. ittnuoft, im Tralnnor, P.M.C, No. OSMM
nmi .1. v AtiiistrniiK ntiiiini Brdintnlttrtitor (or
Kbllogg Mtntfj proo Mlnor'i Certlfl
onte N... KWWe, intend, ntxty dtyg from the
lint-in'ivui. ii'ii|i|ii> in ttin MlninR Koeordor
for a t'<""...t'ni'''ti Improv, ntl, tor lbs pur-
pose ol obtain I iiu » i'vowh ci runt of tbo above.
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And turthor utke QoUcotbni action, nndar
acctiouSTi must be commenced before tbe .alliance of suoh Oartllloatc "i tmproretnenta.
Da;od Ibis i-Ui .!:»> ol April. A.1). 1Kb,
10 TU04T MoVlTTIB
Good Work at
Reasonable Prlci
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific   Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW Y0RKf|| ggj)  QLINE        ?
AND |/   kfc-L* /
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ALL POINTS EASTll ,,;:::i:::^::zr -
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i busine
in Cranbrook  Monday  on co„ Thu Drumlsia
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ |.'..ic s.m.k: si'vi-rai ,i„,,.„ tttiAmHmmMmmmimmm^l
nice large Ih-hs, apply to -i. M.'% Rocky Mountain Chapter
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%     W  B. Or  II   A.   Stewart
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AITCHISON
THE BUTCHER
9    Marysville, B.C.    9
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nliir meetlngm   2nd Tu»-  m
Hi   111  i-iulu
look
Miller,   Port Steele, ii
sujuiii-iiiiij; Companions  in
■'liiilly Inviti'il.
Unr coinploto Cold Storage Planl enables us to
nisli our jriHiils In perfpol condition ai all seasons
llio year,
W T, Cordon, ami.I. Waxelallolll   ."":' '.      "'
A v   1 , ,, 1   m        \m   llllv   '"   ''"i''1   """1
w Nelson were, nt ( ranbrook lui's-'i „i„'mi,
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%. ngi'iti im- McCormlck Harvest-11
mc Ins Maclilnory.    Those wanting S »
Z  wars, rakes or repairs will u.*w»mfmwwmw»mm>»m#
71 sii|i|iiicii on application.
II. M. Iliiiimw, !
NOTICE.
, .1 ■   ,-■   Notlpo 1. lioroliyftli-oii tliftt Hxtji ii'ivn nfior
The mosl  unscrupulous thiol,  "mm""°"""1"
Centrally Located
Manitoba
11I111,, I Inl,ml 111 apiily 111 ll.O ll'ili. Hie rtili-f
^   ill Ilil' world is operating in (A\l    cotnTnlMlonor nt I*iiili. nod Work, lor per-
t< ...aui^u,   u, w 4V ur * ik: vi- ikt Ik Ut * *   glH'V.     He   riililn'il 11 nowspapi-r-[iiiKainii in |.ni.liH«" Hi"'"H"»ti'i! iii's'rliii-.i
************** ************ nv,^ safe th.' other night, ^^^1^5^^
WM( ,.orm-i- ,if l^it l.'vW, llrniil' 1. Ill til,' kh111
Electric Liahts     Harry Ban, of Wasa, was In UnjiKoownnyDiitrwi iuotn»o»*u»oiioitu,
liown   Wednesday.     Mr,   Barr, Iutancsnm-iiicoabaiiui,tttouos wo»t to crutini.
who Is ranching on Tracy creek, m»™orien»ipoE«»ti!itni<o! Kik-niwr,
,,     ,    ,, ...   .,   '•      ,,     , I ,h .mnlii-n-l'Tly nl,UK   Iiu- Milil ,-iiHH-rl.v
reports Uiat the props in Unit\^\tl ,„„ Klk „|V„r„„„„,.,.,,.,,„,„,„,,,„.
vicinity lire in jroiul condition,       pUcaoroonimenoement,tberabqlnR no oi-ro»
Geo.  Scott, Tobacco   Plains, nmBivor,n.c.,Ji situ.iw,
.was   at    Cranbrook   Tuesday. T-.*'Zlll *„»«
George says  thai he is u.full.	
llodg«d ranchernow, and that he xotice or dissolution,
has the best rnnc.h in the  Koote- S.,)T|,.K 1, i,oi-„i,y ,iVnn nmt ihor»rimir-
llllV Valley. laliln   hrrcloforo muIisI.IIhk lietwram ii. the
                                                                                                                1inil,,rsii(iii;'l.'i''T"l'"''i"»Mwri-h»iit.ln ihetown
Headquarter* for mininfi   a   placc to"Btop ,,,„„. ,,,,!„.    A ,.,„„„ of   ours who wns,^i™;1^"""", ""y "c°° "'mK"v'"1 "y
(I    M-mitiili 1 iiiiil'l'ied  throe  weeks ngo, says]   ah ck-mh owinir tn un- m.!,! imnnurahipm to
he wondered nt the wedding why 1 tw i»mm >*• "to smiuoi-j. Mi«htun >t
everybody cried when they kiss-,''™n^JL«".'!'*l.'l:.!".l ^L!!.*'"?.*?*?!
.     ..   i-^MJiii   Uiiti^rn the bride, and grinnod when they '"
i)   A   MtliONALU. lVlANA'ihR shook hands-with him, and ever
> i since the women look ut hnn as
if they thought some one got tho
We Give You Your Money's Worth I better of.Mm.
ttder  Nov  MonajJje.nerit
■ii nnd nlil timers
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h. a.lil Btrtoeralilp nru tn bn iiruaenli-,1 to Ihe
H.til HM.o*J J- Mlutilon, by wlium tho Mint
will be«e*llml-
DaWd MCnmlirook. tbl. fllli itty ol July, IKS
wrrmss       1
j..a..u*»vEY f    5.;w;
S. X M1QIITON
-. ItiLStl,-
Piilnee anil Tourist
Sloopors, BuflaVtt
Library CnrB, Modi'rn
Day Coiil-Ih's.
Dinintr Onrii,
MKALS   *   LA   CMtTE,
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
2 1-Asr tkain's r\
BAST AM' Wlls'l  DAILY   tt.
l-'or full piifiii.'iiliii-s. i-iiti-s.  Initio
•t'\, cnl) nu ni- [uUlroag.
a.a, VEHKES.Q.W.P.A.,
Sfiitll,', Wilsli.
II. BRANDT, '.e .1 T.A., S|,nkiin,
SHORT LINE
BETWEEN
5'PAUL-CHICAGO
OMAHA" CHICAGO
MuiCilrCHICMO
WATTS' 111 11.111 NO
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•1  I'ii-si Claw Work 111 nil ln-an.-li,-
i Tonsorial Art
THESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
OU NONE AT ALL
The Newest Is Sure to
He Found at
Prest pnoio Go.
Studio.
cranDrooK
r«5 Uveru l
GEARY 4 DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams und drivers furnish- \
eil  for tiny  |»int in tln> «iis-
Ir'n-I.
A. DOTLE    WiMlinr"'-
IN Tin: i-or\TY i-oi-iiT ,11' tfi-nvrt--\ 1 \
Hill.HUN   IT POUT STKbYLK
TISDflLES
HoadquartQii for
ri.Ksil FRUITS B^
M'Ts and CHOtCK 4-
CONPECTIONKR^
Your iit-U'iititm Is ouUlhI to tho
"Pioneer Limited" triilns of the "Mil'
wftukoe & Hi Pnul Hallway." "The only
}ier(eet Inilnn In the world."
You will find It desirable to ride on
Hume train!- when Kolng to any point In
tho Intern Htatei or Canada. They
connect with all Tranaaoutlnental
Trahw and all Ttekot A||«nta■'■ **H
ticket*. B^^^^^
For' furtherIntortnatkm,
eto, Mk wy T ai'or
Jwt>.tlitiitiitiitwlnfMtiitMtiilwt>itiitiilii^^i|ii|w|i|    voilw w ht'tviiv aivim rtmi ni '1i«>mii rJaj -
]»j -My Mfe W «w .Hiir-iiNt ay J   \. VwVa   I
,tu.,ir*> af tin mu Canrtt, 'im, Aami ^Mtasan
*i* ' Armnnmii    (SfltaUl)    \ihiiliii>itiiitor   f.v   tbtl
j rhii-ilon .'i ihi' i'1'nntv ill H flfl* ■*)   ta IttOO.)  '"
i iii.> Ki.-ri.t-n. rMfewHH al Craaareal in*] fornii
bl Mttateiih'DMir ol nil :iml -slngiilrtt lh< MMW
[of tkmm Mi'i.nnntiiin miaii v-1 - «> ■
I .■.Mi^'ii taMMRM
h vnrv IWT-..H. hi.l.'ini>.l •.'  ill"  «ni.l  JrjCBHtd
. i- '-.]'nv.'.i ho makti p.uii'.''u tortii«uli •" tire
■  .  .     .  sllio.1
|G6 GrOOni Qlld SOU DnilkS   iftwMrtattothad uttfi t» rwjninn. fftfthwttn
|.   hi n'titv Hi Li- 'j'u 'i
fe*»v ,*W'iiito> oi "'''■■ pataoa tu.vin« in;
^.   ■   i ni himh or lni(M'."n Id IbedtrtfUMtttoti of the
••xtitte of tha -.ai.! AeoeHOi. ll fedulfM
• <!'•• lMhtlflr ot Atiifvist in1"   fe) i   ■
-   t   ruMratuVft to tho utaJtQrttftuM
•|-W-I"rrrri*T%**i"i"t'n WTTTI   h^ v\nnn ,„ |,„,.,,.,., nMl| n MsteHieirtl
feoooaVit nn.l the hotuw "f hti Bftrartty (if ntiyi
■' liim.
v-i.-1  Hw   . i J  |Mfa in  oi   Atii'ust. I WO the
,\,ivin.ist!'iUi'i' will proceed with *■&« dUtribu
tion of the wtate hie i  I to tfiota olainn
only ot whii'li In- Nttltll bs
nrttcO. «i Ootibrook   this i"th   lay of July,
I'.iu:.
AlSQ Tobacco, Pipes
and CiRtuB
Baker St.    Cranbrook
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NOTICE.
■riiiity iiny-.i.ftii''inif i mtaad ■■
tbo Chlof Com ulMlotiot "! I Urt* ■ ■   W ■ '■
fprallcenic iu .'»i »».! rorrj awo*j  tftaeot
from Hie lollowluv ili'M',M"'>l lull.'- ■ ■
[''.tiit Koototmy: i'o,inm>n'I'm nt a ptv« ptan-
tnl nt tho Soiivli Kn*i eornotol Lot U*t», tiwnp
I. tlietiee wost (OduVlbftl tbence north soehntni
thonce w-'sl niehnhiR; thei.fe south Boch»(n«:
l.eiioeennttwrlmiiis: thonre north 00 chid nn io
pliirc of iM'itliHiint;.
K. M. FawwicK.
1-OMie-l this »lb day of Juno. l«fi.        «
—i^l :	
IteiiFour Year Courses
In Mihinij, Clictuu.I Civil.
Mechttnicnl ami Electrical
Emilncorinji,
, P. ARMSTHOSQ.
NOTICE.
NiVfiCK ii hereby given that sixty drtys
niter 'lute I Intend to npply to Hi- Chlrf Com
mhsioner of hurnU and Works at Viclorla for
penotMloti to purchaie Hie following dencrii.i'.i
Inndu nltuntod In Soulhpnit Koootehity dtntrfri
ComtnenclarfaitheioutheiaHt corner of Let
No. MO, Onrny 1, Kootenay ui.-M rU-t. tbence wext
Mohala*. .»■■■■ IHIh 90 chain*, thence eaat
ItilMM.riWM^RMCbso Qha|S
jJL- [•HE PBOSPBCTOR, CEANBROOK, B.C.  AUGUST
| Imperial Hank of Canada 8 --;■„■ 1;iim „,, ~-7~ nipr tn p
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED  $4,000,000                  j ,^mirrmrnTmrrtTmrmnm^, LMVUd  °U
&                    CAPITAL (paid up      •   .t-s.0u0.o0o                    |g                       nieuue    3 s,     -nn. m.-n    ^
•i                     RUST SXC0DHT              $3,000,000                     3 t   LOCAL NEWS,   a ' *   ,.„,  ».,| u    ,.. *»
i;..i    Mau,
I .  U  V,:.       S   .
i1 Head   Office   Toronto.
i- ,,.  |.   .,., |.[.| it. iv.-,.!.-,:   n. IS, V\ ll.KIl . Vl.s -I'n
\ li.i.M's   IN   i.lll.Vl'   IIIIITAIN    l.l'.i.i-   !•"-
§ \ i;,-n,-r:il ItllllklllU  !'•' -II.--   I i-ui - li-lf
5      s..,  iu:s liiink 1 .u-iiii,-ut.    lni-r-si .ill.i\\.-.l "ii il.-|.i.-'ts      j>
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\ Cranbrook Branch.        J. F. M. PINKHAM, Monojer,   |
% irj-.sjLr^J-^.-JUuinnniwuuuuuui UUUUuuin/vucruu^uwulrw^
NOTICE.
1..11, .........  ,i>«.        .... ■■:-■.:
-. rata •■■: liuttd lu .pet)  ••• '•■■ ' Met ' "'"
t. I. 'ml*.        ol i IMH ii I llork. '
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1  LOCAL NEWS
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C    1 UUAiAiUUUUMiAUilUUUUUUUUU14Utl
5     Cranbrook  will    Celebrate «... m      v 1
| Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.   FlSlllllg'     laCKie
^*     win)   ftlll   ■-      n-     ^*-
b      M    l;    Ivint!
§   I'i .[.!> on  bus
n.i to Cttlyao
\\o luivi KutUmul UcpIsoI _^'"
ii/cs uiul   tht-  latest
:   -   ,,   .lima)
inrj ii . |K>at inaraetl v . ■
.-_   .       ia etui     irtwi p ■•.-■. the north
,  ., >:%.   | | .   ^   ...•,:   ii |   , halni «ouUi
u| i'.- Km U M ■     ■■T   "' ■■ : '-■'"■i"-'  '',
...   -   , uali -  kimiIi   i*i voatfta i ••I   Iheo. ■
thoui :.*..* ■," j.- |il ■ ■■   ' '••■ iii-ui. i.
,   ,    ... - ftioh "■ i"--
.\\Mi. ill.i ' KKXHlUUK
:,  .   iHr.   Lotirl u-  »«.'lll.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3,500,000
HKAU  OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, General Menage. \l.l-.v I MRD, Asm. Oenl Manage.
..ilil. 1
i biiri   Ani.stiviii.-    Moyie,   ' i
■jt i 'tin li:-..>i, l-'i- 'i ly on" :- ir-s-
I-' ,\ iifiT.    Mur.vM III.', >.»-•>
iii»'U \ is', ...  i riiltii
NOTICE
s'\lis  stroni  1 .in.- i-i utrious   N"'1''' "•">""""""'■'- -
Jalr 1   .„,.-i„l   lu aubl, lu ll"-  '  III" '   '
IVCightS,      .ill       klllil-       Ol        I' .irs    .,.,„.,..( ,.,„,,.   .■ .1 IV ,1. .....1   ll„-    '
and   H" iks  et<.
ri-^lii prices,
fc#*#****rjc**** ***************
■ ■I'. -■•.! 1 lm.'-4ui
Ml       Sllll*.
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.1    11   Si niuMin  "-' Vancouver
«:is m low n Tlnirsilni
As   the   Saying   Goes
|   OUR SALE is   U
about finished.
tee are a
"' P.S.   Let us serve you by mail |
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,.,       ,',        '   -■       -j-     All     ,,-.:...    I"'-   !•■'.    ,. ...    .'..ul   -,,-..    -.. !•-
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Ib.ll.l fOS. Of '..'a   ., J     I'.l.l-..:. -   .:...,..      .....
Whprr.   I» Pav«   tO  Deal iiiarl..-. I..:-... .. 1--.-...,..-uuilia-- 	
•iii-i'iMiii ii-inii.,.!      wnere n rays io uesi.      ,..,       , , .,  ,,„., .„,.,
M    ll.l I  11  is wi't'l."       'I'-l',' J.  Sun cu.il!,-  it.,->■.-"..I-. s. .-.,,.IK   .I.,-,1.,  .,.-, s.
A — Horses I m tsuic
j.,        \     MuKillop, VtlllCOUl
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BANK MONEY ORDERS
IS8UE0 Al  THE FOLLOWING HATES
S5 an    under     3 cenl.
Over   S5 anil not exceeding ?10     6 cent.
"    sill        " " S30    10 cent.
"    S30 " 550.   ...     15 cent.
Ttie«c OrJer. iro I'liynhlc nt 1'i.r it ui -Hue iii Cumuli! of a Chartered
Hunk. (Yukon excepted) end .n tiie prfnclpail biaklfi| i»"ints In the 1'i.ited
SttltOl, ,.,„..i,,,. ., . Rue .an at
THE CANAIHAN HANK 111- COMMERCE, LONDON, EM..
They Im in an excellent method ol reuilttinit small •um» ol tuouejr
With  Sul'-tV   Ulld  Ut   si.lull  svaafct.
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ii.-
I,is iv".|-      'I'll!,- A Sim
■ a 1-     ..    s-     1 rll
Lsiilj.il .u .;.,   ,.;,..>
l-'i::,-,-ii   litniU  ..I worK liorsos,  '"' ' '
..•KisifriMl   in    Hi-   i- rauUrouk      .      , ,.        , ...        .       ,-
Tlfursitat w*lRl" 1,l5uiu '' "" "
Miii'lnn   \U#   r
.iisi.iin-     l'iiri.;i"i-s
Slili! .Vlii-.iIs.
s,-:   ol    1i;ii-ii"ss,        l-'.-r
lllld,   pin Ui-'iilll's ;i|i|HV In
t'ol |ii:  r   \V  t
i .... .i r. t.rs,,n  I.
I'tli'*:'     Soli -.- ben-tn i .        il -. !»,.  i -   i. -
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l.rliO-i,u.l VVurtl- and ll'--  A,»i-i.,M   . OU.tl.ls
iS, ....  ■   ,. und.   i, '■ -I ,..- (or ibi   lllstnt'l
,- ...,,,1,1 (    |tl       i-'-    '  '-■'    ■      ■   I--'"-'   '■■;...-,"'i .--.
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 —    la,.:-    alma ii   ,,*,!... ...i.      Ilelnu
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9 '.In' liiii'"i'i;il llnnk,  «iis  nt  Oil
A u:,j\   this WIH.'k. -..,[.   1.-  .......   «1ve.l  111.
it.   -li-i i»"i '""-'"i " '»l'f> ''■' W"l i'""i      , ,., „,,,.;,,„   ,„,.,   ,„„„, rih
w      K.lni"    Blapli-s,    Mttr.vM'iili'.  •"' •" '•*""• ""- """":'
su,|,i.-s.   .'ni,.-:...-. ;■„;;,;:„;,..:,,„. „,„„„,,., ,...r. u ;
u-.is  :i   (..ranbrouk   vlslloi'   tb.s .u„„....„>,1J„„,,., h„.,,..,.„ .,,..„,.,,,„t»,
•l„. :„,r'li,i.-' i-orner m l.ol Sn ■■-'■ llroupt
  ,!„.  -. |Q ebaln., Un- "!'- '   '■•-■'|-
* A number ol inillmon :tn,-ini.-il ''.- ' •"■'':.'"- *•»« -      meiiein.
^^ .. .   , .    , -,  , It.!-'.,.- "--I Miii.s   ,!.,-„ ■.   ii.,,'.!.   1"    'mill-
# » nioi'ting o  !,.,ttbor.nm.  ul Ul- „„.  „,.., VII,H llu.„, , „
jb.    SJ1II.S   Hll> \\t*f»K. tLii-T. 'ii-i W I'liiiitis. Hi.*!!•■.   Mitllb   )"    ''■   -
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' (miu tn- ii'-.i'i "i Akatnlnn i*rt>t*k. bvlon tin-
In inn I |....i ul HUk I.. Kurr's rUlm, aud
ii,iu „'■.] K1-.H' I. Kerr'n Doribwent eornfi
,h.-i ti. .tf. Mtutli 80 che I tin, tht'Uua fltul ">
cimiiu. tin in.'nnitii s"iiinii.,. i!..iiif iresi 90
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Mr.  iiml  Mrs   D  A. Uemis of orir*.
K> Tot-oiitn, weri! Rnest ;it thoCrau
„ ,    if. im,,.,.; Thursday.
tor.. .,- "'-
Til,-!.. :s iiolh'mK
 s rin'lil .iwav.
(Jhisscs il wurn when first
fdeil, will save troubli.
,., ■ n, ■...! ii ..i! and mi ll "it:
If the Eyes Need Glasses, the
Sooner You Know it the Better
botti jour ,.->,-. anil ynur |»,.-li.-i I....
Think  tins uv.-i- aarefully
ii. F. Tate & Son
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\   \V. M,-t'"w:ui  is builclinj! ;i
ull   ruitasrc   .hi   Cranbrook
■     -  -  '"•'■« "  "'     |.oua«(l jun. I9.li I
ItOsa M   l.ilillia......    1      '.: „,
:...   I, . ..i Jul ■     •'
S'...   a   lau.'!.ili'.i."
Jewelers Cirtiduote Opticians
1111',,-iiil \\ nn-li 11--i.••!■'.,11-1'i-.i» - \.-t "i- I'iusi. n C.P.R
So come along1 and we
will fix you up.
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-$ was iti town Wudnosduy "ii bust-
J\V" ar,' solu ajrents  ffr   Ihu
World's   Dustloss   floor   brush.
^ I'a-.noro Uros.
Mf      11 ;i itiiiiiiii'lfrd warn will |iluiist!
ijj.  ynu    I'itll si net  s"" il,    Palinorc
9 lims'
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Kurm-hwl    '.-     IU-.!.-    v   Klwrll    lift.
tnbrool, hi'
Mttntoul Wir.:i— ii'Hniillau)       I >"
Mairoril Wlrelw lAinf-rlciiui •'"'
tteforeM wii-i.-s-T' :"/i-;.|.it)        ■:>
S'l.itli Si;,r.
SuU.vnn
SI   Kmri'ii" ,:
itiniitil'T Cariboo .
W.-l'-rii till nml ''"nl
In'
'ofil St Coke
SfilfK.
Wi-t'rti ull S. i
I.M.- i. Kerr. Locatoi
KUwto J Poteraoo, Agxol
THE    KOOTKKAY   OlSNTIlAIi    KA1LWA1
. OiU'AN"l
'1 li-  Anii'i tl i ..•ihtiiI  iii".-niii: "l   Ihi  >!.nr'-
im!.i.-ti ni 'ii- Kooitiua) i ,'tiinii;i:riiitta\ Com-
l-:,n) M-ill tn) held al the bi'ad offlce t>niibrook >
it r   :,i it ,i m ■.'...-ni.ty   September nil   LM \
tor thoelit'tiou ofdltvcvornand i<>r ibe tranv
,n".i t ol hi r geneml bimltn nn,
l)rf..i hi i runto-ook,  B.C.. ibU luih aaj «.(,
Jol)   r."-
iw W. a. .MAf|n>S.\Ui. Set roiarj
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that thlrt> day* -fler d«ti>
1 iiituod i,. apply i*' ibi t'blel i oromlulonor ol;
l.anilxund Work*, l»rii special licence m em ■
,'....--, in.Hv tiiiitn-i tn. t?. tin- fullimlnn d« [
.' • tn I I.ii I - ■ •■>. IVrrj  i rtfk   In South.**!
JlllUL'.*)   l-'Jlli'-S     VV 11^   iJl
V   tin*   Sullh mi   * il'imp   u
1,11   ll.lsili.
„ ,.,.i   i-l ... ..,   :.,- -.     ......-,
.:;,    ,,. .,   ....„.■:   .,1   J,.l.„   K   .
.[.ii..!,,  u..■!.-•   ^.,ull[  .!.:;.!, '
. .,.     ...111,      il.Ullis      '.1..-I , ,
na ii.,-,..-.:'...: -i.bij   itinln.
I'i'i l.ii -.tu lit is il'-'.-nnii,"'! bv
:i st-ri.-s ,,: s.-i.-Hini,- ',-s' >
\Vo r-is'l.-r rtiull.V "\"s   iifrfcol ", ,...,.'.
11 *''""'   1,..-   sr.i.'lllitllttlll.V    lH'i'il    l-'!:iss.-s. aoutli ,.!    i.
M,"BS   \V" »-i ii-.ui!"" .-:i'.ist:i":-,,:i. "'",-"- |'"
* Win   Tute  ,v Son,    Grnuuuiu ^":,*,'
5«*>«-IHMl-«i>lMM»**  **9%**9%**99* -~ .     Opllelan*. :,M.„„i.,,„,Uu„...
"* '   *   " lliiM-yiin tri.-il our unw ClUllilOS   ,   liai..ijuiieau.. im
 thi-v nn-  iikhIi-  fresh nvory day.      All aru cordially invited lo thu okoiiok , i.ai i:h
The Candy Makers,   AruistroitfrlsftrviceR in  the   Baptlsl  Churcht	
avenue. at the usual  hours, on Sunday
  uiui'tiim.'. subject "Tin- value n! notice.
Mr. and Mis. D, 11. Witlkur oil thankfulness".    l''or the evetiin
FOR SALE       *""
*«*^*>^4|f4;rr.T^i{r^^*^$**#**>*»***»
! I. 1). McBride !
I ^ j
t Shelf     Heavy Hardware ♦
* *
i
9
Cream i
i
$     Full Lines nt Graniteware,     Looking Utensils    fy
A   HOT UT.ATIII-.i: (JOI 'US
I       Oil    Stoves,     Ice
A Freezers.
t
9
9
Imperial   t>i
▼ Illuminating Oi
-    *
Fi : I .iglit i ooking,
h.   Lubricatini
9
9
anil A
9
9
I
J.  Hi,i,-i,stanit.   Wis.  were jttiest at j there  will be an  address of in
BY
J til.- residence ol   Mr.  and M
A  \V  T. Ueid this ivoek
Beale & Elwell
.... 1-  1,-i.im   tfU.-u 11,111 -ill) .:.'>'- a[l,-i
  ...    I  l,,l.-n,l  i., UJ,|.U   10  In.- Hun  III, Ilil. I
I'S    ti.p'.sl   to Voting   men espeolallv,  Oninmletl -r. „. l.a..,i- i Work., for oermia
siiliiei-       A   \i . ml'    i ii   ij.-ti'iiu
:,u  J' , •• Kooieney DUlrict.nd niui^ pun,, nluiiy it,-
j* the rubbish  . -.-mi,,.! u,   lollow.:— Commencing   el a i*.*.
"     Mrs   William  Gordon left on   pi.nt«tuitn»rkiiiuKiuib*e«icorneroit.w
Thuisdays   train    for   Vantjou-      If you wunl tt refrigerator buy  ""'",">,V""''^ '" i--'''""'«"•;■'»'";-
..... ., , ,"    '       ,,      , .   ,,    ,    ■ llufll. ul l-'i l-l"   k'luup I. aii.l at,.,'M hall ;v mili-
vi-i- when-   she   will   join   Mr.  Maycock sdry air paient ln-lntr- !,,,,„,Kn,ri,.,.r: u,H1„v™,im,-i,Hii,.s ,>■,-„.-
Gordon. et'ator guaronteed  i" keep pro , ....ni,^...i.uii^. u,,-n,-, «,-vii-,.t,jh,-. u,.-,..--
T   visi.iiis   belter     '.ban   any  Other  noribSO chain, tollienolnl of owlunln,
..      We  have u  full  I'm.- of  Hot; S(,|u |u , ranbrook. Klt"""'' " '' J"""'"'"" ''"'''
...... ,        , , . ,      , •   , J  11  TlllMU:i-l.
An   hurtiiutes on baiiu. nmi''uu-    We ehallong;e  to a  Inst inul|  .,, j ,, \u,,,r.
Cranbrook, B.C. '.. put one in for you on the short
i not ice.    fatmoru Urns
J-***
X Baker, St.
|    Two acres of land on the i
| North   side   of the  C.P.R. | ^
f track near the Sash & Door £   ,          i;   M
I Factory also a large building t SSSTCt^
.1. x ness, past two weol
I $550 Buys It
{ THIS   IS   A   SNAP.
1 Central
Hotel
We i-hnlli'ii"" i" :i lest irial
ou:' refrigerator against any
other to the extettl "f SriO.00,    * •
Miss King who has been visit-     if y.m   wish  to have your tin noticl.
iends   ui   Cranbrook   for inganrj plumbing done bi practi-     '(KI' *"■'" '"'■'' '""•"'' 'V'"'''\."."'"
,    ,,.. , ,      ,   " n ... ' . ' l,l,.ti:u!i,]ui"!.j|„.rut   l.iiiul-.,i,.l .lu. I-t..r ..
ime, lull IhursUat on bet oft| mechnnics jr..- us n trial. spilt.„,L „Ml ,,»,„, ,„„,.,„„, u,,,.,..,
ii in her home in Montreal., pa'more Bros. .,...,. ii,.-.um»hi,./ j-.^n i imiu. in souii.
....—   eeflt Koolcn.y UUinci UrltlHli Uolumbln:
4»      Hugh Cameron,   manager   ol      Hev, Mr.   Wesltnaii, [i:isi,,i- ,,!' uomrafnctnee.„ post plnuiou forty cli.in.
■  ,   .-,, ti ..-ti    who has Kual of the Soulltwi-al corner otC. UuneBrloril
.,      .     j       ,        . I'olli-n'a ilii,!.,:r licence Ihcnci   Soulb eltftujr
-vinntiooi   tor  ii" Bhnlm. ,„„„,,.   ,s„„  „„,, ,.,,.,.,,.  „„.„,.,.
past two weeks returned lot ran- s,,.ni, i„n, ,-i,!.u,.. il,.i„- ivmi lony cheiim
brook   l-'ri'lil-.       11"   Will  preltch ibence Norlh olKhiy clieln.; thence Keel forty
,1.   i>   .Meiiriue  ion  on Tues- ,vs usuu|  ,„,„■ K unl evening main.-,ibem-oNoneiori>cn.in.;tin-m-of.b«i|
, day's afternoon train on an ex-  next Sunday, and will administer i''n!,,';|'*!'i],;.''.s|",'"i',[Vui'i„!l.i''!. ,
. lendi'd visit lo Ontario,    lie will snerimettt in the morning. '   ,'■ u„',.".'.i.„., i-..n,-i,.
' ■," away ulwut u month.   .- Looter
Late Telegraphic Ticks.
RObERI JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦   Marysville, B.C.   ♦ .,
U/ Tl iiding Hotel ol the Si    Mary's   Valley     "'■
Nico airy rooms,  .ii\ furnished    Table us good
7i^    ;is nil} in Kn 'i.-ii iv
GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS .,
lI^^^^S^^1'^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^
L, CLAIM' VV   ROLLINS
.1    li   Mcliride I"
iiinil" In tbe l.ii'iil.'tiiiut.iiivi'r-
iiiir in council lur tho incorporation nl Cranbrook its a city.
HILL 6c CO.
Ladies' and Mens
Furnishers.
THE
Great Sale
IS STILL ON AT
6ranbro0ft Greatest. Store
HILL & CO.
>•      lu thirty days application will
"'"  '"" "" •" ■""' '''-" '^-Govet-     W[.sl|.nl 1..i„|i.l.;ili ,, Mlmi|.s NoVlct
linVfi  fuili'd   t*i  uusl   thi? United ;   takk xutick iimi i mtaud u>apply tutM
... ...       . , ii i  • I'hlil i uiiili.i--i.Hi.-i ol l.-ili.ls im I   Wrni. Im a
Mu,"  Worker,  ai   the   Hroelun .„„,,.,;,,„,,,,,.,„,„,,„„,,„,,, ,,„„„,,.
Vttotllloti!   Campers   illld   Pic    mllieal  N'orthlleld. i(remibololloelnu  ortboa lenru Insoiuli.
.   ,       , ,- , ...t lv-.ul.-ii!,' lil-ii-l.t   llllll-ll CuiUll.lllB.
„„-K"rs  Vnu    hi   plies   uuml      ,,„    n ,„ r„|,,w|,iW   up Us con     ,,,      „,       , , „,„„....,„,,
L'ou.plete   without fresh    made (j(  S;,|(|„,in  hy (Uspnlc.li- i.,-iu„,i„-»,>„,„'	
i-iiu.lii's tiimi tbe l iitul.v   .Ylalfet'S,    ' .   ." '      .       , „„.„,.,. «-,..,  MehU  .-iii'In-   in.- Soutb
Armstrong avenue. "^'  yesli!rduy  a cimi  stun  lot   fl[hl|.,„„,„,.   „„.„,.,. K,„ ,,,.,„, „„„„,
ndministrat-ive  purposes, thence North clebty chnln. lo lit ifb.»ln-|
.1.   Crolditeh    ol    Vancouver     Tin- Suit: f Morrnc.o hivs  l ,,„„.„„„. ,„..,„,.,„. ,,..,,
jarrivedai Cranbrook Thursday. I shown much opposition lo ihe    _ '''"""''''"''''T,Z\,,,
Mr.  Crolditeh   luis accepted   a | holding of an  Ititornnllonnl con-l
position us conlidoutiul clerk for ,.,,.,„„.,,
V Hyde linker. ,.     '   ,„.     ,    , . ,   , N0TI"-
  Kniser \\ illi'-liu has tippoliucn    takk notick ibm i ibtewi u> appij to ihu
K, .                    ,.            ittniitnl           i l.i"t i'tiiiiiiii'-l'iin-r nt I.iinil   uiul   Wiirki  tOT h
 .-      Ing Oscar n Oernian ndmitnl.     „ W| u la„„ „„rrs, )L .,
i visit.      He  will   visit   thu   large! from iho fniiowtnii rkMrimni lon.u In Soutb
I commercial centers of Eastern      .     .      .       ...    Pll,.h.«to ""■'K'" t ui«ri«, uriu.h Columbia.
Canuda and the States before lie     Cranbrook    Will    Celebrate    „„„„,,„ „ ,„„„„.„ ,„,, ,,„„,,.
,    ,        _ .       „     .    ...       HouUinf Ihi'SnuthwuHlcornurofc. UniiKcrforil
returns, LaDOr Day, Monday Sept. *tn.   i.„ii,,,.ii,„i,..,i.i,,.,„-,- m-uc- n.„u> -nhi,
  -liuii.-; tii.-m-,- iv,..i olKbty olmln.; iiitn,.,,.
An Hilling party   consisting of souilielnhiychulm,;thenoe KMieliihiychalns
Mrs W. F. Ttito, Mrs. Ulchards,!       Perry Creek News Items.        topii.cei.it™ nn.
i  i*i     i Uttleu tnlst'iTKi. day of Juno, 1WS
Mrs, V.  K.   Simpson, and Miss   ,, wm.n. ii»rc0y. i ,„,.
Hanson,   W,   -I     Atchison  and     Wm,   Walsh ami .1.   Hooker.
Ross Tate,  visited  Wild llorso  w(,l.,. M  p        i,n.|,u  Thm,gday — —
creek Thursday. , .
nis| iint.- :i mining property
Tbi- gravel nt
North m
liiikci Street,     Cranbrook, B.C
Liyhled   By   Electricity       t
Heated By Hot Air Hi'
Comftirlalrk Hedrooms
First Class Dining Uooiu
IIKAIn.HAi: l'1-.Ks   KOK TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
THE   BEST
The   King   of   the   Road
OVERALLS
For Railroad Men
Union Mtide
NOTICE.
.   .    . ...    ,,,„.,     TAKK NOTICI'. ihet I Intend to epply to the
DOtng Wlisili il   r-hlef comral».loner nf i.nn.l- flint w„i k- l..t,.
lioblnson  .V McKnnziu have ui       ,,,.,, ,.     . ,    '"'    , 	
large number of ties distributed by the Bip I ydraul c ■ .... ool s ^J^^-^;;;; ,1,,,,,
alonK tho Crow Une ,n tho vidm- good, una ii is suUUhfU It con-j ^t<oqiOUay uimrut.iiruuhcoiumbin:
' iv of c aubrook ready for ship- tains a   largo   amount  of  the
yqUow metal
Commenclnit&i n poit piantwl forty ohfttna
«,-si ot (he   Sontuofwt corner <ii wm. u.
Harvojr'a tlini"-r licence ibonofl Wait elithtj
Gua  Thola   vlMlod Tranurook  6bnln«i thenoe (ioutli olghtj oh»ln*; iheooc
■i-o heel .,..1 Mllen m- -.n. end remote   hllfl,l> "n  business. up, .1 beeliium,,
ireeie, oil .u.1 ru.i utiiin,. p«iui ananrih       A fiiiinbi-r  ol   Cninbrook visi- UMedihleiuib. dey ol June, IS04,
etc   u.« The "Milter Meckeulc'i" T.r 9u»» LlUao Hervev,
ijLi»ertioU.iSe.»co.,>ui.. tors were ut Old Town Sunday.   | l«««o.
Blent,
Iteehiotiee, I'amteve, Hporleit.ee!
to heel end .often iho »klu and remove
HEN'S STMW UTS
At Half Price
Reid & Co.

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