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OCT 2.1906
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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, WOO.
No. 89.
SULLIVAN IN TURNER'S HANDS
Company to Borrow $40,000   In
Nortli Drift 50,000 Tons of Ore.
At the adjourned meeting of
stockholders of the Sullivan
Group of Minos held ai Spokane
on Friday last, Senator Geo.
Turner wus elected president,
J. M. Armstrong vice-president,
D. A. Clements secretary, G, Vi.
Hull. W. H. Shields, James
Finlay, E. D. Saunders, M. Op-
penheimer, F. .). Fimcane and
B, Clendenning as trustees for
the ensuing year.
J. H. Goeke Introduced a resolution which was adopted, that
the executive officers of the company borrow a sum not to exceed 140,000, lo be used in paying the accrued interest ou tbe
bonded indebtedness. The sum
borrowed will he a lien ou the
ores of the mine
MAKING SINKING   FUND.
A resolution introduced by G.
W. Hull carried, that a sinking
fund be provided, so as to pay
off the bonds and indebtedness,
and that the trustees call in the
bonds from time to time, and
that they safely invest such
sinking fund until sufficient
money is on hand to meet the
bonds as they arc called in.
An amendment was adopted
to the bylaws whereby the
trustees meet on the third
Thursday of each month.
J. M. Goeke, chairman of the
auditing committee, appointed
the day before, reported that,
considering the time at their disposal, they had examined the
books, accounts and vouchers of
the company, that they found
the system of bookkeeping was
perfect, and that the committee
could not offer any suggestions
as to a betterment, and that the
committee believed that all
accounts were correct. He considered it un unnecessary expense to employ an expert accountant. But he advised that a
detailed statement be furnished
the stockholders as to the disposition of the ¥841,000 borrowed.
The report was accepted and the
committee discharged.
MR.   CI.ENDENNING'S REPORT.
Manager ti. Clendenning was
the only official to file report,
and the same follows in condensed form. He said that from
reports and estimates that had
been made, he had been led to
believe that there was developed
and in sight 150,000 to 200,000
tons of ore which would carry 30
por cent lead and 12 ounces
silver, when there was really
less than 40,001) tons of ore that
could be profitably treated. The
actual contents of the ore smelted during the past year were
only 21.14 per cent lead, wet
assay (which is from 1 1-2 to 2
per cent higher than tire assay).
and 0.015 ounces sl'ver.
The mine was in operation the
entire year, producing 211,007
tons of smelting ore at tolal cost
of #78,014.80, which includes
prospecting and development
work. During the year 14H8
lineal feet were drifted, crosscut
and sunk, aud 171,7(18 cubic feet
stoped in different levels; 8211
feet of diamond drill work was
performed during the year.
ORE IN  SIGHT.
There are now in sight, he reported, in the 60 foot north drift,
40,000 tons of ore, and from
present indications this amount
will bo augmented from 40,000 to
50,000 tons. There aro also in
sight 25,OOii tons of ore carrying
18 to 20 per cent zinc and 12 1-2
per cent lead, which it may bo
possible to dispose of sometime.
Tho work has been greatly
hampered by the the scarcity of
skilled miners.
The entire amount of the loan
from the Federal company,
(125,000, together with the interest, amounting to #7497.08,
was paid in full August 25, last.
There has beon expended in
improvements during the   year
ou additional mini' buildings,
plant ami ecplipmeul, V14IIH.HH,
The lotal oul lay under presenl
operations, Including Ihe aerial
tramway, is #88,087.07,
The smeller was ottl nl* blusl
80 days during the year. While
in operation 20,1118 tons of Sullivan anil 1187 Ions of silicidtlSOlV
were reduced al a cosl of
#185,088.08, producing 4848 tons
of bullion containing 9,586,280
pounds of lead. 22,478,784 ounces
of silver and S21,7!I4 ounces of
gold, the total value being
#401,088.40.
Continued un Page H.
Southeast Kootenay Ore Shipments
The week's output of Southeast Kootenay silver-lead mines
were as follows:—
WEEK YEAH
Sl Eugene.... 350 L'2,7sil
Sullivan    500   18,920
Total
850   41.71 H i
HarrisPatmore
An event of great interest to
society took place on Thursdny
of this week. At 8 a.m. Mr.
Jabez Harris, one of the leading
merchants of this city and a
young man highly respected by
all, was united in marriage wilh
Miss Harriet Patmore, only
daughter of Mr. H. Patmore.
The ceremony was performed at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Patmore by Rev. ,1. P.
Westman, in the presence of a
few invited friends. Promptly
at the hour stated the groom
entered the room while Mrs. W.
T. Reid played the wedding
march. The bride soon followed
attended by little Miss Muriel
Patmore, niece of the bride, who
acted as maid • of honor. The
bride presented a very attractive
appearance dressed in a beautiful
champagne colored silk dress
trimmed with lace and carried a
shower bouquet, After the ceremony all repaired to the dining
room where a unique wedding
breakfast was awaiting. The
house was decorated with plants
and cut Howers and showed great
taste and skill. The arches and
floral decorations were to be
much admired for their beauty
and arrangement. The presents
were many and costly showing
the high esteem in which the
bride and groom are held. The
bride has taken a very active
part in good works in the city
and was very popular amongst
her friends. The groom's present to the bride was a beauti f ul
broach of pearls and diamonds
of sunburst form, and to the
maid of honor a ruby ring. Mr.
and Mrs. Harris left on the
morning train for const cities
where Ihey will remain for a few
weeks and returning will reside
on Armstrong Avenue. The
Prospector joins in wishing the
bride aud groom many years of
happy life.
John L. Again in the Ring.
Union City, Teiin., September
6.— Probably the most interesting entertainment feature of the
Obion County Pair, which opened here today and will continue
I three days are the daily sparring
contests between John L.Sullivan
tbe world famous exheavyweight
champion,    and    his    partner.
These exhibitions promise to be
one of tliu mosl powerful attractions and will take place every
afternoon in the specially   prepared ring.
Stooks for the Week.
The stock markel for the past
week has shown many surprises, all stocks, excepting
Sullivan has increased, North
Star has been advancing rapidly,
and at thirty cents, shows no'
abatement, Iml on the other hand
is iu greater demand with each
advance.
Sullivan has declined lo about
ten cunts, with, prospects of
going lower.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitor i Here and Thore- Pejple
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
,1 umes Laidlaw returned Thursday from u Irip to Spokane.
\V. Henderson came up from
Wardner Thursday on business.
o. narrower of Lethbridge
wiis iii ihe city Thursday.
Mr. nml Mrs. A. Heck of Llbby,
Mont., were in tie city Tuesday,
.1. Daly of Sirdar was iu the
city Tuesduy on business.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Jones of
Ward ner were Cranbrook visi-
lors Thursdny.
Mr. aud Mrs. R. 1). Woods of
Pernie were registered at the
Cranbrook Friday.
The site for the new civic and
provincial building is rapidly
being cleared
It is rumored that a syndicate
will build au opera house in
Cranbrook in the near future.
Mr and Mrs. V. Hyde Baker
were visiting at Wasa this week
and are expected home today.
Chas Gaskell, manager of the
Kimberley Milling Co., was in
towu Wednesday ou business.
Fred Smyth, editor of ■ the
Moyie leader was in the city
Thursday on business.
Mrs. K. H. Ross of Sidar, and
daughter are visiting with Mrs.
Wm. F. Tate.
J. Davidson. Vancouver, F.
McKenzie of Leavings, Albt.,
W. L. Smith of Pembroke, were
guests at the Cranbrook Friday.
W. P. White, manager of the
St. Eugene mine, at Moyie. was
transacting business at Cranbrook Friday.
Lester and Frank Clapp.
Walter Lamb and Frank Dickinson left on Tuesday on a hunting
trip to White River.
Saw Mill Men—We are pre
pared to Supply large Heavy
Queen Heaters to order in shorl
notice. Patmore Hros.
Dave Griffith of Wild Horse
Creek was in the city Thursday.
Mr. Griffith says that the placer
mines on the creek arc in oper
ation, that there is an ample
supply of water.
Ninety per cent of haadaches
are caused by imperfect eyes
We can permanently cure such
headaches by scientifically fitted
glasses. Tate & Son Graduate
Opticians.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Co. are advertising excursion
rates lo lhe Westminster Exhibition aud return at #21.15.
Tickets will be on sale at Cranbrook Sept. 2H to Oct. il. good to
return October 11.
Millinery Opening, iu this big
display of new and stylish hats
yon will find just the hat for
oul ing purposes for travelling
or dress occasion. They arc
jaunty and desirable, at Reid
& Co.
The regular annual rally-day
services will be held in the
Methodist Church nexl. Sunday
with the pastor in charge.
Special preparations are being
made for these services. Congregational soug service and
special numbers by lhe choir.
All are invited to come and take
part in this the closing service
of the special series.
A very interesting and enjoyable time was spent at the residence of Mrs. W. T Reid on
Friday afternoon of lust week,
when about fifty Invited guests
assembled to do honor to Miss
11. Patmore who was soon to be
married. The occasion was a
linen shower given by Mrs. Keid
The home was beautifully and
elaborately tlecoraleil und comfort was felt on nil sides, Refreshments were served and all
had a pleasant time.
M. Shilling nf Perry Creek,
and .1. A. Maedonald of Marysville left on Tuesday Eor Spokane
io attend lhe big exhibition now
being held in that cily.
I,. II. Vandeear is at Calgary
lhis week on business.
li. H. Short returned from a
business trip to Spokane Thurs
day.
I!. E. Beattie left on Tuesday's
train for Edmonton and other
points in Alberta.
Mr. and Mis. Peter Woods lefl
on Thursday for Spokane to lake
In the big fair at the cily.
N. Hanson and John Ewm was
in from Wasa Thursday on business.
T. Lnbell and F. J. Moore of
Pincher Creek spent several
days this week in town.
.1. K. Lane of Montreal. A. J.
Withcom ol Vancouver were
guests al the Cranbrook Monday
P. E. Johnson and H Ritchie
of Winnipeg were registered at
the Cranbrook Monday.
R H. Anderson, manager of
the Sullivan mine was in town
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Carpenter,
and R. McLaughlin of Spokane
were Cranbrook visitors Monday.
Judge Wilson returned Wednesduy from Fernie and held a
sitting of the country court
during the afternoon.
Miss Grant of Vancouver spent
Thursday in town on her way to
take charge of the new school
opened at Wycliffe.
Mrs. J. Wilkie of Kenora,
arrived in Cranbrook Wednesday
to take a position in the Imperial Bank.
Mr A. McBride who has been
visiting his son .1. D. McBride
for the past week returned to
Calgary Wednesday.
A. W. Nicholson and B. E.
Taylor of Kimberley spent
several days in Cranbrook this
week.
Chas Chapman, and C. Maedonald of Fort Steele were in
the city Saturday last on busi-
This is the stove season. We
have Ihe stoves. Just the one
you need. Vour satisfaction is
our satisfaction.   Patmore Bros.
Millinery Opening, splendid
choosing. The very latest
effects. The prettiest and
daintiest patterns and designs,
al Reid St Co.
Mr. John Harris arrived in
town on Sunday from Okotoks
and will take charge of the business during the absence of his
brother,
A. W. McVittie, D. L. S., was
in the city this week arranging for a trip into the Flathead
country, where he will survey a
number of coal locations.
C. H. Pollen who has been hunting in the main range of the
Rockies for the past two weeks
returned to Craubrook Thursday
Mr. Pollen succeded in killing
several goats as well us a number
of deer.
Mr. V. Hyde Baker's new automobile has arrived. It is a
Rambler of 4(1 horse power. A
number of friends Thursday
evening enjoyed a pleasant ride
over the prairie with Mr. Baker.
lames Finlay relumed Tuesday from Spokane. Mr. Finlay
was elected a director of the
Sullivan Mining Company at a
meeiing of the shareholders of
thai company held last week.
Give It to Simpson.
There is considerable specula
lion as to lhe choice of a new
provincial opposition leader in
the event of .1. A. Maedonald,
K.C, being appointed to the
supreme court bench ill succession to Mr. Justice Duff. The
The name of F. C. Wade, K.C ,
of Vancouver, is also mentioned
us a possible appointee, but it is
generally believed that Mr,
| Maedonald may have It if he so
desires. As to lhe leadership of
the opposition, il might bo well
I for lhe party to appoint the
| present, organizer. Mr. F. E.
Simpson as lender.
DIED VERY SUDDENLY
Mr.   Nobles  Retired   Well,
Never Woke Up-
But
A feeling of deep regret and
sorrow spread over the cily on
Tuesday morning of this week,
when it was learned of the death
of Mr. J. I. Noble. Mr. ami
Mrs. Noble arrived in town from
New Brunswick on Wednesday
of last week and were visiting
wilh Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan.
Mr. Noble had not been iu lhe
best of health and il was thought
a trip west would do him good.
He seemed to improve and on
Monday left for Waldo in
company with Mr. Ryan and
others. All retired about H>
p.m. apparently well. About
I! a in. on Tuesday the oompany
was aroused upon hearing
violent coughing and il was
earned that Mr. Noble was
choking. All lhat could be done
was done but to no avail and
finally at 8.45 a.m. the end came,
death having been caused by
heart failure. Word was soon
sent to town and the friends
notified. The body was brought
buck to town on Tuesday and on
Thursday afternoon was buried
in the cemetery here. A large
number of friends attended and
thus paid their last tribute of respect. The Knights of Pythias
marched in a body and took
charge of the funeral service at
the grave. Before leaving the
house a memorial service was
conducted by Rev. J. P. West-
man. Mr. Noble was 88 years
of age and was born in St. John.
New Brunswick. He was
married about a year and a half
ago and leaves a widow to mourn
his loss. The widow and friends
have the heartfelt sympathy of
the entire community in this
hour of sad bereavement.
Of Interest to Mining Hen.
Development work continues
on the Stemwinder, and according to reports there is every
probability of it becoming a big
mine.
The Sullivan is one of the
largest shipping mines iu this
province, its output of 500 tons
per week is constant and without change. As soon as the new
Heberlein roaster is installed al
the smelter we may look for an
increase in the output of the
mine.
The old reliable North Star is
still among the shipping mines.
It was for many years the largest
dividend paying mine in the
Kootenay, and from all reports,
it may once again resume its former place among the big shipping
mines of the province. Good ore
has beer encountered in a new
shaft that is being sunk, and
from recent developments, it is
expected that a drift now being
run from this shaft will be in
ore inside of 60 feet. Surface
indication are that a large body
of high grade ore will soon be
opened up.
A number of copper properties
are being developed in the Sl.
Mary's River country. With
good transportation facilities
Ibis district would forgo rapidly
to the front.
On Mans Creek, W. Van-
Arsdalen has opened up a four
loot vein of galena on the Key-
stono. The ore is a concentrate
with high values in silver.
■ul   up  ii
Let Stookholders Know.
Al the meeting of lhe Sullivan
Mining Co, recently hold at
Spokane, there was considerable
discussion as to the prevailing
conditions at the mine. Three
months ago Sullivan slock was
quoted al two cents per share
Reports from the mine were
vague and uncertain, yut tin
company was working mine and
smelter. What was being done?
the stockholders did not know,
some sold their stock for what
was offered on Ihe local market.
.lust previous lo the meeting  of
llle directors stock
lli cents.
The company netted #102,000
I'.v ils auiiiinl report lasl year,
yet the stock holders were told
lhat lhe ore in lhe mine was
giving out, Ihen, thai u new
strike had been made. Nn mi"
bul the management Knew thi
conditions al the mine, no in
formation being obtainable, and
the slock was kept nl low water
mark.
The stookholders of tho mine
should know what ibe directors
are doing,   li Is the duty of those
directors to inform   il thor
owners of the properly of everything of importance that Is going
on. The management should
represent Ihe slock holders, noi n
part, and noi conceal from ihe
minority uny vital fuels concerning the status of the property
When mining is run on lhat
principal, there will he more
mining, and more confidence iu
lhe mining business.
President to Fire Big Gun
Oyster Bay, L. I., September
20. President Roosevelt sailed
today on the Mayflower for Cape
Cod to take pari in the naval
targel practice oft' ibe Cape, It
has been arranged that President Roosevelt will be picked up
at sea by the battleship Missouri and will make a short
cruise on that ship. During
that cruise President Roosevelt
will try his skill as a gunner, by
training and tiring one of the
big turret guns at a target.
George Philippo, the champion
gunner of the Missouri, will in
struct the President in sighting
and manipulating the gun. The
President intends lo keep on
shooting until he hits the target.
I'he rest of the cruise he will
spend on the bridge getting
navigation pointers from Captain
Pendleton.
STRIKE AT COAL CREEK
Sait Barlow.
A i|uiel wedding ceremony was
preformed in the Methodisl parsonage on Friday evening of last
week when Rev. J. P. Westman
united in the holy bonds of mat
riinouy Mr. Henry Oakley Lewis
Sait and Miss Ada Barlow of
Moyie. Mr. and Mrs. Suit will
reside in Moyie.
Among the Craft.
Selklik Preceptory and Priory
w'" hold a regular monthly assembly on Thursday evening
October 4th in Masonic Temple.
Cranbrook Lodge, A. F. St A.
M. will hold an emergent communication on Wednesday evening
next. Visiting brethren are
invited to attend.
Distinguished Visitors.
Several leading and Influential
Toronto citizens visited Cranbrook Friday.
The party consisted of Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Walker ami
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. R
Cassei and Professor Alexander
Mr. Walker is the general matin
ger of the Canadian Hank of
Commerce.     Prof.  Alexander is
president     of     the    Toronto
Union  Miners  Refuse   to   Work
Longer With Non-Union Men.
The mines of ihe C.N.P. Coal
company at Coal Creek are idle
today, Monday, owing tn the refusal of the members ot the local
;"ii    I'.M.W.   of   A,,   to work
any    longer    with    non-union
miners.
Un September llth lhe following notice was issued: "Acting
uniler Instructions from presi-
.lem Milcholl we hereby give all
mm union miners notice that
seven days after this date we
will cease in work with nonunion miners. (Sgd.) I'.M.W.
of A.
Al a meeting nf ihe union held
last night ii was decided to cease
work this morning until ordered
to return In wmi; by the district
officers.
The officials of the coal company claim such action is a deliberate violation nf the agree-
menl instituted between the
company and the union in May,
I on:..
• I C. S Lindsey, genera!
manager of lhe company, has
issued a circular letter to the
workmen at Coal Creek, in which
he clearly defines the position of
bis company, and draws the attention of ihe members of the
union to lhe following facts:
"At the conference between
the company anil lhe officers of
the union immediately preceding the signing of the agreement the question of discriminating against non-union men
wits thoroughly discussed and
the national board representatives, Mr. Jones and Mr. Sherman, both agreed that president
Mitchell would not allow a strike
because there were nonunion
men in lhe mines: aud the local
union could noi take such a step
without the consent of the
national president of the Mine
Workers ami lhat they would
have lo conduct such a strike on
their own resources, that they
could not deal wilh a question
Ihal would result in closing
down ibe mines without Instructions from and consent of the
national president and that they
could not gel his consent; that
under the agreement where a
difference arises between the
company and ihe union, all
cases where Ihe United Mine
Workers have not been fairly
treated are to be referred to a
series of tribunals, ending with
the president of the company
and the president of ihe United
Mine Workers of America for
settlement, and as long as such
negotiations are in progress and
until a final decision is reached,
mine laborers and all other
parties must remain at work;
that if president Mitchell gave
the instructions to cease work
on the grounds stated and
authorized their publication then
the contract with the United
Mine Workers of America is not
worth the paper it is written on.
for ho has violated every pledge
given by him ihrough representative at the conference in May,
1005, and by his district officers,
University.
The parly have passed over I and has failed to himself discuss
every branch of the C.P R. be-
twenn Calgary and the Atlantic
coasl, and vlslled every branch
of lhe hank along Ihe route. The
parly was received at the depot,
upon the arrival of the special
lrain, by P. C. Malpas, manager
of  Ibe  Cranbrook   branch,   ami
were escorted to tl Wilga".
The parly lefl early this morning for the wost, They will
visit Nelson, ami othei towns
where branches of the Hank nl
Commerce are located, returning
over the Crow line to Calgary,
and will then lake lhe main line
to Victoria.
Voting List Closed.
the matter with the president of
lhe coal company, before acting,
as provided under the agreement
|autl until that is done Ihe men
inusl. continue work.''
Mr. Lindsey s letter concludes
thus:
"This notice   is  senl   you for
Um purpose of presenting the
facts to you as Ihey exist ami |o
give you llu' opportunity of considering I Item and governing
yourselves accordingly, ll is
furl her lo give mil ice lhat every
i workman who does not report
for work on Monday morning.
Soptembor 24, IH00, will, having
absented himself  for Iwo iluys
without permission, he liable  lo
The provincial voter's lisl was be discharged, ami will for  this
closed   for  the  year on Monday anil other reasons be discharged
last.    The date of  revision  has  from   the  employment   of    this
been set for November 25th, company." THK PROSPECTOH   CRANBROOK B ti., SEPTEMBER 20. 1906.
L CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C.
Lighted   By  Electricity      k
-  Heated By Hot Air   -    ■»
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Diuing Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
"If a man can paint the best picture, preach the best sermon
or make the hest mousetrap, though his house be in the wilderness,
the world will iniike a beaten path to his door "    Emerson.
We do not paint pictures, preach
sermons or  make mouse  tm|i>
On; SPECIALTY IS MAKING THK. BEST
Blower Piping Exhaust Systems
For Planing Mills
Doing the best SHEET METAL WORK and PLUMBING
Rather a prosaic occupation with might) little
sentiment  In  it.   but  it  keeps  us   humping
Our trade in these lines has been very successful, which ■.'nes
to show that Emerson knew what he was talking about.
KSTAlll.lSltl-.lt    layj,
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.
ihis week in search nl jjame nf
nil descriptions ami have met
with lair success.
9%c tyvozpectov.
Prof esslona 1.
HARVEY & HcCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRAKBROOU,     -    B.C.
Give L's a Trial
Do It Now
PflTMHRF   RRO^   plumMl1?!, Roofing, Heating and
Ventilating Engineers.
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IB. H. SHORT & CO. I
The Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.
OUR LAR0E. STOCK
wiiiripsR
IS COMPLETE
Remember we earry the only stock ol' I Hi Hi
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
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P.O. BOX 3!)     AHMSTKONi: AVENUE    PHONE 111   &
bcftycftycft »cft *^ *$ &*%£» ft *> ft* ftydfpcft
Gaioaru Game Go.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish and Pomtry in Season
SATURDAY, SEPT. SO, IIKHI.
ONCE again the Opposition
press are announcing
that an appeal will be made to
the country In December. Organizer Simpson is calling upon the
faithful to buckle ou their armor.
The opposltiou Leader has visited Cassiar, aud will soon go to
the coast.   What  for*1   is these
false     alarms, A tier     these
Junketing trips are over the
leader will settle down to busi
ness, while his party wonders
why the mailer is dropped with
out a word of explanation, or au
election, The only draw back to
their plans is, thai McBride is
not tooklug through the su ue
glasses, and canuol see things as
Maedonald sees them. The sub
stantial prosperity of the pro
viin-e is what is worrying the
opposition, and their tales ol
slauder, misrule, and poverty
must be told, for they have uoth
ing else to talk about, and dare noi
tell ilie truth, the whole truth as
to prevailing conditions in this
province, hence die goss p and
slander are the weapons in use,
tit weapons for these "Don
Quixote" oi tbe opposition, bul
of no use when up against the
real thing, an election.
The Fernie Free Press in its
last issue has the following:-
"The Craubrook Labor Day
Committee still refuses to hand
the cup and prize money over to
the Moyie hose team.' For the
information ol the Free Press.
we will say that the Labor Day
Committee has nothing to do
with the awarding of the cup,
and as to the prize money, the
judges having furnished thu
committee with their final decision, pronouncing the race a
tie between Moyie and Cranbrook, the teams have been
ordered to run the race over inside of iln days, in case of either
team defaulting or deciding not
to comply with the decision of
the committee the purse is to be
given to the team that is ready
and willing to run.
* *   *
It has been repeatedly shown
that there is no better agricultural lands in the province when
crops and fruits are considered
than thai of the Kootenay valley
* *   *
Does any ono think for a
moment that when the Kootonay
Central railway is constructed,
that it will not be of great
benefit lo Cranbrook.
* *   *
The last day for receiving applications for placing names on
the provincial voters' list expired on Monday last.
* *    a
With the much needed sidewalks completed, Cranbrook
will present a neat and business
like appearance.
* *   *
Local nimrods have  been  out
When     Henry     Wadsworth
Longfellow  wrnie ihe startling
lines,   "Lives  of  great  men oft;*-
remind   us   we  can   make  our'W,  F*. GURD
lives sublime".   He did uoi have
any  reference to the leader nf Barrister
the opposition or iho organizer Solicitor, Etc
of that parly of scandal mongers
Granbrook
British Columbia
The leader of tho opposition is
considerably worried ovor the
fad thai ihe electorate of lhe
province don'l lake anj stock in
his statements thai u general
election will be held in December
Can't J'OU see lhe Liberal
organize!. "the Old Man, b isj
night an.I day, Uj in*; lo gel his
party unite I, and n  dj   tor the
, December  scrap,   predioled   In
1 ■   i ni
his loader
C. H. DUNBAR
HAHMSTKH, SOLICITOR
innl  NUT Mil   l'l lll.lr.
Cranbrook, B i
fi. tt. Thompson
iiiiii:   RBID   BUILDINQ
Pl M ll I      s-i i   'i
■
,tlli l. It Works 1     . .1*
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|| I   I'll'.l    .'J    111.'
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Cucbnltts thi
SOUtll 1'JO OhlltllH.   till tll'l'    iv.M
lllla I. tnni'lll
I ii
\S\\ 1   .  '.!,: . i, I  MJIIV.
NOTICE.
I-..,  j Dtil'i  thai   ■■   : ," i.:v:  lint.    '     nu-uil
oimiiisslo lei  ul uuiil.
. '\     permlsaltni..' imivhas. llu
Soutl  Kaal Kooti'nnv.
ng a     i   post   tniirkoil   Wllltntu
:   ■   ■       ■.   s North East Corner plumed on
,j.k j.i nt. Kji,Ji!-n;i\ Kh'er ivhtfre tlm
■   .: I...: laweroase-s the salil  Itlvor
.' ts1 tl) chains: thetiee South Al ehnlns:
i   -'    ■ - -j in or less to tho tuiuk
liver   theuee tollowliit! the sulil
to the placi  ..i I'onimenei'liiiMit
illtilntl in nlj 80 neres more ..r less.
V   .   -   IS 18011.
WILLIAM UHKCKKXHIUUK
UOTICE.
I hereby Klve notice thut Sixty Ditys lifter
j,:- ntenii to upply to the Commissioner ot
Lands uml Works fur permission lo purchuse
tbe f. ng leserlbet] piece ol l.in.l llegln
ulng a: i. posl plunteil nil the Kust li' Ilk ot llle
Kooteuay river nt .. point where the ivest
| boundary ol lo: N*... :,s Intersects tin' rivjr
.'i.'j.r ih. nortbwesl eorner ol I..' 58 thence following the Eust liuult of Kootenay rlvor In a
westerly, southerly uml easterly direction to
where the west boundury of l.n 58 Intersects
THOM  \ S    McV ITT IB
P.U.S. & C.B.
Port  Sleele H.C.
DR, E.W.CONNOLLY
Phoslclan :iiu1 Siirueon
Ilui os:   li lu II u.in.   2 in I ii.in.
7 to s p.in.
I'li.ini' tnlli',. in,".    Resident!-! Iim
III- K.inl.'i
. I, COlllllltllll
DHtedSlst Auitust lllllil,
r ih.- aoulltwoKt eo
iiiii: I'll' in res mor.
Orders by mail will receive prompl ami careful attention J
Order b> Phone 45
k>*>*««'%«««4 f*e-a% ..% % aaaaaaaa
i.l I
ay, Oats, Wheat, Feet
We have this week unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Special Price poii Ton Lots, Call and sdo us boforo
buying elsewhere.     We also curry a stock of
carnefa's stock and poultry food
Harris Bros.
DRAYING
Call up the City Transfer
when you want your Furniture, I'linin, or Baggage
transferred,
W. E. Worden
"Hi."  I'I   Mi.    Snlcmjcnls llinil,
k.'.i.i.-i  i ji.    i„'j„i liiml Cnnl,
TIMIII'J; NOTIf'E
'I'.ili.- iii.iiri' ilim thirty iluys nfter
■ lui.' I ml.-ml In upply I,, tl,,- f'lii.'f
Cullimlmloniil' nl hiinila mul Wnl'kn Inr
pui-mlssion in titil nml I'ui'i-y uwuy
liiiiiar limn il.,- following liiiula in
simili Husi Kniili'tiliy:
''iilintn'ii.'ino  ul   ;i   pnsl    |,liuiti-il   22
i'llllilla tllllll III till' lliil'lll lli'nl tlOI'IIOI'   "I
l.m   '■.'iln.   '■'.   K,   Kind   llnoi   iiiiiI
mnrkni] "( rothurs fjiiinliur Cmnpiiny,
Snuiii   wi'.i   itnrnur",    tli.-    north
uglily  .'linin..   Uu- usl    eighty
■liiiin..  tin-  .muil olp/hty i'linin..
tlii'ittii' went ol-flity i'liiiiiin to pliu'i' nf
■iiiniin'1 ini'iit.
tint.'.I Suptombor 17th, IIKIH.
UK Ci-iitlii'l-a I,liuilii'i' Coinpiuiy
JOHN  BULL
in jmrticular. Tlmt Ib what makes
him nil**.', a force in the world. It Is
tlii.tBiinio particularity that cnublo-i
un to ofl'er you tbe
Best
Shilling Six-Pen y Pipe
in the World
ONE HUNDRED SIIAI'ES AND SIZES.
Every Pipe Guaranteed.
SQID  IN  CANADA   r*OB   35c,
TniiV Will. NUT IIUltN.
rilBV Will NOT CIIACK.
Jnal ri'ininnliiT I
"Shield Brand" '
CAMPBELL & MANNING
TheTobacconists
I MUSIC |_
Mrs    Hiclnn   TEACHER OF THE
rs.  niuiop PIANOFORTE
Special attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing   and
grading of studies.
For I'lit'iii'iilni'a apply tn C. 1''.. Reltl &
lo.. The Druggists.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EASLES
Meel every Wednesday
at S p.m. in H.I..I*'. Hull
VtsHlug   llfntlii'i's  Cordially   Invited
i'. Moss Tate, W. President
('has. Smith, Secy.
^Mi'ii'w'Hnim'iiMWma.'W^
| Rocky Mountain Chapter |
;: NO. 125. n. a. M.
;5 [tegular meetings:—2nd Tues-
:| duy In each nioiitli ut eight
'5   n'cloek.
z     Sojourning Companions  tire
3   cordially Invited.
I Wm. I1'. Tate, Scribe E.
:|       Bos 4       ORANBROOK, 11. C.
\w*m>mmmif'mm*m>'
*-tTmTnm*m,*mnm**i*mm*"i*mmir
ITonsorial Parlor j
t      For a Coul nml Clean Slmvo      :
| Or B Pe.vlect Hnir Cut ;
A Hot or Cold Bnth |
 ''° Walter B.Laing„uVffiTNti|
Hiiki'i'Sii'i'i'i. ( ninlii k. II.0,    ;
>uuuuuiuiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu"
WATER ( I.AISKS CO.NSOLIDA-
THIN   ACT
I'l'lll.li' NOTIOH,
'I'll  till   Iniiili',-.   nf   IjiiiiI   Wltlllll      Iir
Limits of I .in I iii'imp I, Kootonay lii-
Irii't. innl tiiull liolilnt-h of wator 11 nil.
on .low'plis I'rnii'ii' l 'fi'i'li.
A|iplii'iilio„s loi' il,,, tippol'tioliini'iil
of part of tlm 1100 Inches of ivutnr fi'oin
Hiild crunk recorded it, favour nl .lolin
T. iliillinilllinn Um Ullli], duy nl May
IH72 and fur pci'iiilHsiun in chuti'io the
pnillt    III   ilil.'l'.sinn    nml      11 'M'
III    III.'    llltch    1,11'     ll...     ilivi'l'siilll     nf
purl, of sulil ti'iiti't', will In, huili'd liy nn'
ill. my olll.'i'on M luy tli,.  -Jlllli.    Ilny
uf Octnliur iiiiiii nt eleven u'elouli in thu
fnl'i'l n lllnli'l'llllllini'lly of Seel inns 111
L'l nml :.'7 nf the aniil Act,
OIiJcoIIoiibshould Im lll.'il will,,	
nr hefore lhe '.'liml ilny of OcUilior, IIIIIII,
llitl.i',1 ul. ('null.Mink, the I7l.li. 'Iny ol
Seploinlini' IIHHI.
.1.1'', AllMMTIIllNII,
Asslslittil Coiiunlssli r iii l.lll.il. I
Works fur iln' Sniillicrti  Dlvlslnn uli    l.tiuve nrtlors at tlio City Clorks oll
''j'-1 l< nmi'. im   lor drop ii pimiul curd in Box III"..
ANCIENT ORDER 1'- FORESTERS
Gourt Granbrook 8943
MEETS  UNII   ANIi  4'l'll   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORF.'S HALL
Visiting   brotliern   cordially   Invited
C.I!..   A. MoCOWAN.
Secretary, T, MARSHALL
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
uiuuHuiHiHiHUiinumiinnmumuimmmunummimii
FOUND
ON BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR WKST OP
HILL  X   CO.     The only pluee in town
■   thut euu make life worth the living.
The
uie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
ai«%%«%««U%«««n%%«*%%««%%«%%««««%««««««HH%«t\a\«««««%H««««a\«%«%««*.««a\«*.%*
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
Tin- above hotel hits been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout. Tlio Uar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars,
*imnmrnm?mnnmTmmfnmmmmmmmmmfn*
sr — Always Up-to-Oate —
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.C. %
rauiiHUUuinUiUiniUiUiuuaUiiiUiiUiUiiuUuiuaiul
g^iWi]*®*!)*®.!!*®^!*®^.*!^^
'•'„9'-t*»
MtatWh.
CRANBROOK
Bowling Alley
One of the: best and one of the must
popular   recreations   in   Cranbrook
OPEN   FROM   9   A.M.   TO   12   P.M.
R. LASTIRI, Prop.       open for ladies
Armstrong Ave.       Tuesday and Priday afternoons
l»li»®»iMiMl» iHiKiKiKiKiKiHiMi^iK.1*
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CNIGA60, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Palnco and Tourist
Steepen, Buttett
Library Oars, Modern
Day OoacheB.
Dining Can,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE,
Best  Meals on Wheels
2 KAST   TltAINS f*A
KAST AND WKST DAILY   a__\
I'W   lull   plirlirullu'H,   I'fttQB,   fdhli'l'H
etc, cull on or address.
S.O, VKItKKS.ti.w.l'.A.,
Soiittlo, WuhIi.
U,   \\.   MAIIONKV, V.\\ k  T.A.,
Spnkuno.
R. STEWART
Oity Scavenger
Parlies having back yards,
mul rliisi'ls to clean, and refuse
mul lor lo lie luki'ii away, should
leave oi'llors with me.
aammmmmmmfmnmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmn^
I P. Burns & Co. I
£ Head Office,
S~ Calgary, Alberta,
I
£
£
Main Office for East Xootenay, ww\\
Oranbrook, B.O ^3
3
  3
3
zs
_^ Wholesale and Retail 3
£ Meat Merchants I
£ 3
} 3
Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storage 3
Live Stock nt Calgary, Alberta.   3
iUiililiiUiUiUiUUiiUiiliiUtiSlUiiiiUiiiiUiiiiiiiiliUiiliiiiiiK
Geo. R. Lmsk * Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'la us, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand. •
THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, SEPTEMBER 20, ISmi
smpu.
STRONG
a«Wto(BiJwWBBB,SPEB»Y
Purchase   Prioe   $3.00 a Month
Allowanoe Made For Old Maohine
Arnold & Roberts
*the llwwpectm*
- vour speed when your lusts are
running away with you.
8ATURDAY, SKIT.
DON'T it please you to have
Photographs of your
relatives ami friends, possibly
some you have not seen for
years?
Now what aliout yours*'
We know you have not thought
much about it and that is why
we call your attention to a duty
you are neglecting. Come up
and see our styles and act in
good time for Christmas,
Prest moto Go.
Studio.
Picture Framing a Specialty
linker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
Sullivan In Turner's Hands.
i 'oiitiiiui'il Irom Pago 1.
Expenditures during the year
for constructions and equipment
amounted to $17,lib.45. The
total expenditures for the smelter buitdiugs, {iliini uud equipment since the commencement of
present operations amounts lo
$287,046.98.
OPERATING!  PROFITS,  $188,000.
Treasurer E.  M.   Adams  submitted    the    Following    reporl,
which was dated September Iii:
CREDIT,
Itiillinii liooount $401,088.40
l.i'uil bounty        10,4711.08
Rent iii'i'niint      1,-107.00
Oro nml iliiM'snii liunil    iiii.iiiii.i'i
Better Than Ever.
The Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal grows better
year after year. It is truly
marvellous what an immense
circulation it hus. Very few
homes in this neighborhood are
without it and those do U'jl
] know what they are missing.
The Family Herald's new picture
this season is entitled "A Tug ol
War,*' one of those beautiful
subjects that brighten one's
home, To give the Family
Herald and Weekly Star along
with such a picture for only one
dollar can only be done by a
paper with the Family Herald's
circulation No other Canadian
paper could attempt it.
CANADIAN
Pacific
RAILWAY
EXHIBITION
Excursion Rates
Nelson and Return
$5.SO
On Sale Sept.   18,   lil and 20
return 24th.
Westminster and Return
$21.15
On  Sale  Sept   28, Oct.   '2nd.
Good to return Oct. 11.
Daily Through Sleepers
Arrowhead to Vancouver
For full particulars nnd berth reservations apply to local agents or write
R. .1. Coylo,  A.G.P.A.,   Vancouver
J. S. CARTER,   D.P.A.,   Nelson, B.C.
$58»,(J44.7a
I.HO
DEBIT,
Prospecting   and    development * 19,361,17
Ore extraction, labor    30,800.5-1
Oro extraction, supplies, ..     10,008.82
General exponse, taxes, Insurance, etc	
Freight on  ore.    mine   to
smelter      8,728.69
Smelting labor   114,000.42
Smelting supplies.     10,032.32
General expense, tuxes, Insurance, etc      15,173,74
Bullion freight, refining and
discount  101,955,57
Ore  and    fluxes   on    hand
August 31st, 1H05     22,737.01
Oro purchases, bUIoIous    13,552.42
Ore purchases, limestone .,.     7,520.40
Coul      0,440.30
Coke      19,483.23
SHORT LINE
BETWEEN
5'PAUL-tMCAGO
— HA-CHICAOO
i&tr CHICAGO
Your attention Ih called to tlio
"Pioneer l.lmitwl" trains of the "Milwaukee X si, Paul Railway." "Tlm only
perfect tralna 1" the world."
You will Uml It tleulrublu to ride on
Ilium! trains when going to uny point In
tlm Eimtoi'M Statos or < lanada. They
connect' will) ull Transcontinental
Trains mul nil Tloket Agents null
tloketB,
|i'nr furtlior Information, pamphlots,
etc, ask any Tlokot /Vgontot*
It. 1.  POUD, II. S, ROWE,
PasB, Agont,        General Agent,
SPOKANE. I'OUTlaAND
The Illinois Central
'Maintains unexcelled Borvloo from
the went lo ilie uiiHt iiiiii south, Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their cholco of rotttos to Ohloago
Louisville, Memphis unil New Orleans,
ami through those points to tlm fur oast
Prospective travelers desiring Information us to tlm lowest rates and hesl.
routes ure Invited to correspondence
with tiie following representatives,
ll. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agont
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
J. C. I.INDSKY, T. F. X P.A.
142 Tlilnl St., Portland, Orogon
P. ll. Thompson, P. x I'.A., Room l
Column Bldg,, Seattle, Wash.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Rollers und Purnaco Worli a
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application,
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
Total $401,240,611
Operating profit $138,404.14
The cash in hunk was $0,947,20.
Short Meter Sermons.
The leisure often determines
life.
Preaching down never lifts up.
Knowing is only tributary to
living.
"Straw always stacks up higher
than grain.
Prosperity easily builds its
own prison.
Sham sanctity lias caused
much sincere sin.
Narrowing the mind does not
cause it to rise.
The smaller the fool the great
er the folly may be
Loyalty to one truth involves
hospitality to all.
Its no use holding up a pint
cup for a quart of blessing.
You cannot prove your faith
in God by your doubts of men.
Common courtesy is often an
uncommon kind of Christianity.
To be ashamed of virtue is a
step towards being proud of
vice.
Sow your seed in ruts, and
you will be bothered by a
harvest.
Many a man thinks lie is
orthodox when his mind is only
atrophied.
A real kindly feeling never
has to wait long for a chance to
get busy.
There is nothing snored in any
day if there is not something
sacred in  nil.
It is au  ill  time lo boast of
DRAYING
We have been in the business
for several years, we have lhe
best equipment in B.C. und we
guarantee satisfaction.
About that Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason St Risch
Pianos, we can do the work with
out risk. Also Household Furniture.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of the
Granbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Kootenay
Range
Kootenay Steel Ranges
Burn all kinds of fuel
WQarfs
London* Toronto
Montreal-Winnipeg
Vancouver-Sh John N.B.
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
1     1 CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
r<
| Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection M
iti v d)
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommo-
*(> dations   for   the   public   unequalled   in '/})
Cranhrook.
w HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    3
jHot and Cold Baths Proprietors #
5££5a*S53S * as^i3^^^«32s-5s*<ss-^?)
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
i HHco opposite
O.P.R, Depot.
Phono 03.
For Sale
BUSINESS BLOCK
On Armstrong Ave.
Por further information apply
to
J M. DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
Armstrong Ave.   Ki'-S „„,„,
• »»»»»»»»#«».».-3**»***»**»a»a»
* *
■*tr\r t iv t        *
v M 1 i\ i        |
*
*        J i •
Tailor % Importer of
Fine Woolens.
Oranbrook, 13.0. Armstrong Avi
)a^l*fc^^**^^*fc*^*fc^'*fc^**fr^^ha
a Cline
ot tin- ulu Manitoba Harbor Shop
can now im fi-iiiui iti Um
MANITOBA HOTEL
Ptrst GluBB Work in all brttnohos
of tow
Tonsorlul Art
aa*99>9^9*4*9*M*9im
»i|ii|m|   ■ ■■■■•■■ti t   •'!>"•'■»»■>■ ia*~A~»»»"a»a*"+
Granbrook
n Livery
GEARY * DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished lor any point I'n the 'list-riot.
A. DOYLE, Miinager
■»^..t--f ■■•■»-»■»■»♦ a*t***t**a**a***9*ama**i%*4t,
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that sixty
days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honourable the (thief Commits toner of
Lands and Works for permission to
purchase a certain piece of hind situate
In the District of Kast Kootenay, and
being an island lying in tho Klk River
adjoining tho northerly boundary of
Lot0076 Group I, Kootenay Dlstrlot,
containing 320 acres more or less.
Dated this 21st day of August, 19011.
35 A. M. STEWART
NOTICE.
Notice is horoby given that sixty
days aftor date I Intond toapply to tho
Commissionei' of Lauds and Works
Victoria, for permission to purchase
tho following describod lands::
Commencing at southeast cornor of
Lot 3001, thonee east SO ehains, thonee
north 40 ehains. thenee wost SO ehains.
thenee south 40 chains to point of commencement, including in all 320 acres
more or less.
July 25th, 1900.
30 ' .1. McKENNEY
^   English Importation
JUST   ARRIVED   A   BEAUTIFUL   LINE   OF
English Vases        Card Cases
A
A Fruit Dishes and Bon Bon Sets
■ty? Glad to show you these goods.     The  prices    \\{
W are riyht as we bought these from the makers.
, C. E. REID & CO,   ,
Phone 74        Tlie Druggists.*
PURE DRUGS PINK STATIONERY
DISPENSING    OUR   SPECIALTY.     	
€€€€€€€€€<
NOTICE.
Notlco Ib hcrby given tlmt, B0 days aftor duto,
t Intond toapply to tbo Hon. Oblcf Commit*
sinner nf Lunds uml VVorki for a rtpocial licenco
to out und carry awuy timber trom tbo folow-
Ing dosorlbod luitdBi
ComtiieiiolngiUapoat marked 'A. M'DoukuII's
T. li., S. E. Our.." mid plimU'il east of lukr on
I in ri ly Greek Trull, ubout ami rtn.hm nortli mid
wi i'liuins west of tlio Hiuitli-wcst eornor of Lot
!!>!, (linii|i I: thonoo north wi eliuins. thenee
wesi hu uliulns; tlionco Routli fti ohalns. tbauco
eusl Mil ihiilns to [miii! or ciiitiiiifuroiiiiMil.
Hilled Hfltll Aiii'iiHl, IMA       A. M'Dinigiill.
■w ,|. Q.Gummliigs, Locator,
NOTICE.
Notloo Is hereby given thut. ..Oilnyn Uf tor da to,
I Intond to apply to tbo Hon, Ohiof Commfa-
siniier of I,mills uiul Works fora speeiui licence
to out and carry away tlmbor from tb« following
ilewiTllit'il luiiils:
('iiii.iiielii'liig nt ii post |iluiited nl the BOM til •
west corner nf Lot ■JWU. Group I, uml murked
"A. M'DoUgalls T, U, H. ¥,. Cor.": thonee
linrtli KO ehulns: Ihenee 0Rft{ 40 ehulliH: ihenee
north 40 ehiiliiH. thenee wost HO elutlns,
thence     smith      ISO    obalnsi     thenco   i usl
in I'imiiiH to point of oommonoomonti non-
tu in Ing ote aoros.
Datod will AugiiHi, WW,      A. M'Dougnll
:W J,G. CiiHiuilngs, Locutor
NOTICE.
Notice Ih hereby given thut, .Hi days after
date, I Intend to upply to Lhe Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lunds unit Works for 11 speeiui
licence to cut uml entry it wuy timber from the
following dOHorlbod IhtiiIh:
Commencing ut u post murked "A.
M'llmiguM'HT. :.., N. W. Cm.," uml planted
on liuitly Creek, about 800 ullllltll mirth ttlld «"
ehnlns wesl of the Himth-wcxt cornel' of Lot
LMliiMlioiip 1: thence Houth IM elmlns:   thence
OHst Hiciiuiiis: tlionoo nortli 40 ulmlns; thence
oust   In   ehulns:   tllOUOO  nortli    III   oliallis;
thenee West II) eliuiiis to point  of commence
menl: Ootl till 11 lit (f llll)aoroH,
Dutcil illltll Aligns). Illllli.       A. M'lloligHll.
:w ,1, (I. cuininlngH, Loonior,
NOTICE.
Notice Ih hereby given (Imi, HU iluys after dule
I iiiteml toapply to the lion. Chief Commls
Hloinrof l.umiHuml Works font speeiui licenco
locntuml curry iiwuv timber Mom  lhe  billow
ilescrlhed llllills:
C iieiicliigu,tuposLii'iirhcil"A.M'l)oiigull,s
T. L..N. W. Cor., "uml plunteil  west of  Lake
on iiuitiy Crook Trail, nbout ami chuins nortli
itu'i I'M uliulns w«si or noutb*wosl oornor or Lot
D.Wt,Group I: IheiicfiHiinih HO i'liuins: thence
easl BO ehnlns; tbe nortli Hu chains,   tbenee
west HI) cllUltls  In  point    of   coiumeiicemeni:
containing iMOuoros.
UUtOdROtb August, mii'i A.   M'lloiiKiill.
'■•** J. <i. Cum iii lugs. Locator.
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FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUHER8 and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside  Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
<j P. O. BOX 812     Ix
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Port  Steele Brewing Co., L,td.
Wholesale
LIQUORS m CIGARS
A. C- BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBtL tii CO., Hay ami Grain.
Granbrook, B.G.
Manitoba Hotel
Under New  Management
Headquarters for mining   i!       Wllen >'ou ua,n a Sood
men and old timers. ■',   Place l" st0P come to the
'*   Manitoba,
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
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"Contractor
PHONE UO
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty, All
description of stone-work undertaken,
Orders left at J. D. McBRlDES
Will Reoetvo Prompt Attention.
TIMBEK NOTICH,
Takfl notlrc tli al thirty 'i.»v- nfter time 1 Intent) to apply to thu Cotnmlisloner of i.inu
•tin) Works for tt RpflOlftl HoSUOe to cut uli-1
finry uwuy tlmbar from ilie followlni,' dQIcrlb
et) landi.
Ooinmenolnif nt u -joint nmrift-ii a Mo*
DoukaII'i Tltnber Lloonoe, s. w. Corin*r.
I'luiit.'ii Hiioiit Jin i'linin-, north nn.l ho obalni
ffest of tbo Soutn weit Corner of Lot '"»>i o
t.. thenoe norm wobfttni, oast f> obalni, south
III clmllis, I'UnlKl cbiilliH. south Wl oil aim   WMt
10 obaliiB, north ><> ohalm, weit 40 ciiHim* in
iioiiit of oominenosmonti
a. M0DOUUALI1
Bopt. 8mt, 1000, 30
TIMUKK KOTIOR,
Take notice that thirty dayi nfter rJelo  1 Io
lurid to Apply to tint Comralwlonor of hand*
ind Worlti tor * iitoolal lloonoa to oni and
'uny uwuy timber from tin* followlni* do
icrlbed lunds.
ConinienoltiK al « point marltod a m
DoiikhII'b Tlmbor Uoenoe, N, w, Cornor, and
planteditaoohrtlnanorth nnd inn ohnlna wmi
or thu South Wimt Corner of Lot 8901. llionco
.•iiiiii loi-iiuins. Woit 10 ot-alni, South Mahalna
iaat40ohilni, North lOahnlni, Kust in chnlm
North ho ulinlm,   W>'sl  III rlnlus  lo  poinl  of
A  MoDO
Mii'il
1st. 1900
NOTICE.
Titku noli---- Uml thirty rinyn nft-i
iliilo I inl.'ml I" Upply to tlio Chlul
rnmiiiUhlimri'iif Liunlh innl Works  fur
;i s| Nil IJcei looill iiii'l i-urry iiwjiy
tlinhiT from llu1 rollowltlft tlOHi'l'lhctl
IhimIh in Kiwi Kootonay*
Cnininoneliiffal n |tOHtithoni SUolmlna
north from Willi llorsa mttfKot1 r,llt,l
nml iiUml HO rliuliiH wosl from Urowory
ft k, tlionoo 120 ohalns north, thonoo
40 ohuttiB oftftt- thonoo 80 ohahifl nonlh,
thonoo 40 ohalns oohl, thonoo Mi ohalns
lonth, thonoo HO ohalns wost to plnoo nf
•om inon oom out .
Loeatod 28th Aiifftisl, 1000,
:iii Sjrd. Roborl Ulttla
It will pay those who are
looking for work to cull and
sue
Jim   McArthur
Ho can secure you a job and
also tit you oul in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim Mcflrtnor
lliinsiin Ave, Cranbrook, B.C.
65? ~^«..*;...
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE
NEW   U KS'IMINSTKU,   n.o,
RocoivoH botli Ladles and
* Imu tii mu i'i i us Resldont or as Day
Siinli'iiis. Has ii completo Coin-
ini'iviiil or Business Course, Pro-
pares sltidoiits i" gain Teachers'
Cortlllcatos of all grades, In
iiiiiiiiiitiini with Toronto University gives Un' finir years
course for Hid B a dogroo', mul
tin' lirsi yi'iir ni Um Toronto
School ni Science, lias u
s|iii('.iul "Prospectors Course"
I'm' iiiiiiiMs who work in ll.C.
Instructions glvon In Arl,
Music, Physical Culturoand elocution.
Por Calendar olc. address
"Columbian College",
Term opons Septomber 17ih,
1900, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B.C., SEPTEMBER 29, l'«li
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tn th.
jjjjohn B. Stetson
8     Is perhaps the "best known
♦ manufacturer in the world.
* Surely he must make good
% goods or he never would have gained such J
I a world-wide reputation.    Say Stetson and J  Come    Come
I that settles it.   We have his latest styles of 1 ~. ; ait
|       ^—tn     hard and soft hats * ®lu *«>******"■
OUR FRIGES ARE RIGHT
* Annual Rally Services
9 .
39 111 the
9      Methodist Church
9 Next Sundai
9
Rally melius Cor all io come
come and take part.
SATURDAY, SKPT. *-'". IWHI.
*
I I  LOCAL NEWS.
Splitting
When you got u good old-
fashioned Uotulaoho that makes
your head throb; mul your eyes
whirl ami makes you stok tn
your Btonmoh try
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
Thoyoan'l hurl you and  they
-ln'i unv lieiiiliiehe.
Ono Dozen in <i Box 25c.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
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I  c   lion
Nelson   was  a
Camp Stoves ui Pnltuore Bros. ■ Cranhrooli visitor Tuosday,
ii    K    I'rahani   ot   Rossland      Kohl   N'eill came up from Kill
:i> mi lhe Craiihivoli Thursduv    mouth Monday ou husiness.
I    \  Muedonald ..I l.olhlir*ul)i
. -     I llle nl v   Thlllsdllj
11     Ii  "I   U i-i lilTo was  i
.   I'       lesilnv
II   A    11»—-
r- i:n     . I'n
I' W Sterling, and A. ,1
Mutes nl Vancouver were in tin
eitji Tuesday on business,
I'  Ureeltenridgo, reproHentlni
ihe i'i.iw- Nesi Iiiimher Co.  of
i; Wui'dner wns in the city Thurs
dn\ en business.
,i eel   ■ "ii  Mm,
Mi-os
slmi'l;.-
SATISFIED.
SALE   01-'    LANDS    I'i
ASSESSMENT
DXPAID   DELINQUENT   TAXES   IN   THK    PORT   STEELE
DISTRICT.    PROVINCE   OP   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
I*'   II. 11 nle   Kmlerbv.   nnd   1
Hale al i'Vinie. M. A.   Iliill  uml
A J   M   Hull ot Boston, Muss wen
"'       '   Sandei-suu o    Wycliffe wus ai lhe Crunbrook Monday.
* U i hi Craubrooli ruesdiij 	
™ Vie have a great name lor sell
* anies Ryan suent several days hi};   ihe   besl,    -STl'lIV ARTS'
lhis week ai Waldo on business.   Chocolates uud  Mon   lions are
  j made    tor    those    who   desire
Mr and Mrs, 11. M. Pullerton quality—pure and delicious,   H
of Nelson were visiting friends| Stewart, Armstrong, Ave,
at Cranbrook Tuesday.
Choice l i rapes. Pears, Toinu
Iocs and Apples at Stewarts to
dav.
hi Friday, the Twelfth day of October, A D., 190H, al the Gov
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICK thai
eminent Offices, Crunbrook. B.C., at the hour of I*.' o'clock noon, 1 shull sell a*   Public Auction
the lands hereinafter set oul of the persons in said list hereinafter
unpaid by said persons on the 31sl day of December, IflOu, and for interest, costs and  expense
eluding the cosl of advertising this sale.    Lund.-, unsold will be forfeiter to the Crown.
[.1ST   ABOVE   Ml'
I'lllNKH.
Delinquent   Tax
rmi'TION ne rinii'i
C.   Wadsworth  of Vancouver
was  ul   Crunbrook   on  business
Thursday.
delinquent  taxes 	
i„. Malcolm .Mclnnes came up
from Elkmouth Thursday on
business.
Mrs, .). S. Staples of Wycliffe
was visiting friends ai Cranbrook Thursday.
.1. ('. Hen net I of Nelson spent
several days this week iu Cran
brook.
Crows Xost  I,uml
i'n,. I.i.i	
Crows N.'si  Liiml   unil   I
Co., I.i.l	
I    llurnlopiuunl Lui- -H7 llllll lusi;. i;
trlol  	
I lit l.nl- •I7IIS. '_'7lili nml
unny ili-
I.  Kooto
nay Hi-
September 12th, ll)(
A. ('.  NELSON, Collector,
Porl Steele Assessment District,
Cranbrook, B.C.
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(Iood  Work* ai
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
TIMBER NOTICE
Tuk.' notlco iimi I lntoml to npplj to
Hi.' Uhlot Commissioner ■>( Lands uml
Works for permission to mil anil ourr.v
uwuy timber from tlio following described liiml- in South Easl Kootomiy:
I 'oinnionclng at u post plunteil al the
south oasl corner of (1, A. Laurie's
timber lioenoe Number.ISO" near booth
Ci k. thonee wesl   1110 ehains,
north 10 ohains, the u-i lot)
thai -mull in rliuiii- in |ilni f i
dinning', containing 640 neros.
Dated September 12th, IHOH.
The 1'i'iiihi'i'- Liunlier I'lmipuny,
Limited,
TIMBER  NOTICE
Tuk'- notiee thul  I Intunil tu applj lo
iln- Chief Col Issloner of Lnml- un
Works for permission to out anil ■ n
awuy timber  from  lhe   followlni!  ill
arrilii'il luml- in Simili Kasl [Cooti ■
Com nelng ut a posl plunteil al llu
auiiili i-n-i corner nl Loi iU"3, being the
llcenee    orlglnullj    helil    bj    A,   10.
ri-iiilii'i--. ilii-i south ono mile, thenee
wnai ono milo. thenee north "ii'- mile.
theuce easl  one mile to phi if bc-
gtnnlng-
Dated thla I un iliy ol Suptemhui \
11.. 1000.
Crolhers Lumber '' puny, Limited,
TIMHEII  NOTICE
Take notice thai I Intend In app
Ihi' Chief Commissionei' ol  Land*
Works for permission m mil and r
awaj  timber from  tlm  followln ■
„Til,rii luml- in Booth I asl I. i
Commencing "l » posl planlcd n
B,„,H, ,.„., 'nor of the l.'rollinrs I
ber Compaiiy,   Llmlled,  licence u
,'iiiliiM. iiuii.■'■ dated SopUmihi r
Iiiiiii;   thonee suuth one mile,   ll
wosl one mile, il '  'I i i
♦
Heating Stoves
We have the
HEATING
STOVE
"!:♦
You are
looking for jj
ij.l). McBRIDE:
j Cranhrook, B.C
Be, ,    inceiHQK
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HARDWARE ♦
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Rend Kootenay Range odd.
Made by the McOlary Mfg. Co,
Sold bv Patmore Hros. Rest in
the land,
M E, Shaw of Manton, Albt.,
A. W. Johnson of WyclilTe were
jjuesis   nt   the    Cosmopolitan
Tuesday.
Sunday was the dale of the
autumnal equinox, the time of
equal day and night, Prom now
on the nijrlils will be longer
liiiin the days.
Alderman James Ryan has
been appointed police commissioner for the city of Cranbrook
in place of .Tomes (ireer, re
signed.
Millinery Opening, we are
particularly fortunate iu being
iilile to announce thai on Thursday, Oct. 4th, there can be seen
popular novelties in millinery
whieh are exclusive.
The infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Henry Jackson of
Marysville 'died on Monday
evening and was buried iu llie
cemetery hern on Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. (Ieo. lloggarlli, and
Miss Wellnian, Mrs. 18, Small
und family, Mr. V. Rollins, Mr,
Will Rollins iiiiiI Mr. J. Stewart,
returned Tuesday from Wasa
I were they have beon outing lor
the pasl weok,
i STEWART'S i
The Lending Store
for
Choice Confectionery
FRESH   NUTS
Fancy Oranges and Bananas
Choice Oganogan Fruit
Hazelwood Ice Cream
STEWARTS  FINE   CHOCOI.ATEf
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       Armstrono, Ave.
unie For Sale
Fresh burned Crow's
Nest Lime in any
quantity.
Inquire at Pink Mercantile
building.
Kerr 6k Campbell
tin-in-
ill-  lo plai-.-
Ilih ilny nl Hoptoinlii
| CAMPBELL k MANNING |
Fruits,  Confectionery
Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos
A Big Shipmonl <>! VVKIU.s CHOCOLATES im-lvnd
this    wf-tiU    l.y   oxproHN   fresh   from   ihu    factory
PRIMAD0 CIGARS       ;,■,;,:	
NOTICE.
Stay longer "I   Tnko notlooUna «0iluysuftor Ante i Intond
9 I to upply to llio Chief Commlsslonor of Litnils
9  ■-'  9  ■■>  9  ■:■  9  «  9  <> 9 o 9   uml Works for pormlRilon to ptirolmso tlio foi-
■'  lowing iicsriii.t'ii IhikI in youth Kust Kootonuy
Coininoiiolnii ni ii pusi piunled ut tho north*
wast oomor uf Lot no, Group i, In sulil illstrlot
thriii'i' i-ur-t wi i'liuins. tlii'iu-f north ai ohnlns,
tlioiiuo wust80 ulmlns, thonoo suuth uli ohulns
to tha pluoool roniinonoomoiit nml uoninliilng
iu nil hJOiioruH,
•MlRIISl HHIi, I MM,
IW I'K'I'KIt w ns
Datod iM
J>„ 1000,
Crotlinw liiunltni Cmnpaiiy, I I
I 'li- mm 56 and wc will dclivci youi ordci promptly.   ..
NOTICE.
takk NOTICK iimi i intond lonpply to tho
ChlurCuiiiuilKsh rol i.iuniH uml Worlis for
pfli'iulmdmi lu mil und oiirr.v uwuy tluihur from
Hit' followlUK dom-rlliod Kinds nonr Momlou
Cri'i'k In Suiilli I'liiHt l\iin|ii|iuy:
Coiiiuiiiiii'iiii* ul n punt pin ii toil ut tlie hiiui.li
wtiMirurnui'tii w. ii. iiiirvoy's tlmhor llraneu,
ii ii'wimt huoIiuIiik, Hmncu north mu i'liuins,
tlmiinicithtKiivhiiliiH, thonoo sniith su i'liuins
llllllll frill ll.'i'lni'iil.
Dutuil April ISth i'iu'i.
1WII KMMA HAKVKV
NOTICE.
TAKK N'll'I'M'K llitil. I llili'lul to Upply to ilia
Miii'i CommlHHloimr of Luuds ami Works for
pot'iiilHslon in cm iiiiii I'lirrv uwuy tlmhur inun
tin' follnwIiiH dosorlhud lunds nonr Moinluw
Cmi'ii iu soulh Kusi Kootonay!
it in-nii iin- northoiiHt oornor of W
ii. iiiirvny'f* IIopi , tlionoo wost IBOohulns,
tiii'iiii' north i"i'liuins. iiii'iu'i'''ahi. HW ohnlns,
iiii'iu'i- suiilli in .'lialiiM tu point of rut tit'i'-
Mniod April i**tii Muni
KMMA  IIAIIVKV
MINERAL ACT
(fohm r.)
OBRTIPiaATK OF IJHPKtlVKMKN'I'H.
NOTICE.
"Goliath," "IlemntttOi" "Horoulos," "Kent,
• Ajnx," "Tempost," uml "Snowdrift" minors]
i'liiiins. situate in tlu> Kurt Steele Mining Di
vision of Kust Kootonuy Dlstrtot,
Whore located; i'n Fonwlck Mountain und
null uiver.
Tiiki* uotiuo Unii .liiiin*.'- a. Harvey, Preo Mlti
iTs'Ci'ititii'uii' Nn. IMU0, ut-oting un uttout fi>r
■luuii'hT. Laldlaw, Prco Minor'sCortlllestoNo.
Ill imi. Intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
lo upply tn thu Minium Recorder for u Cortftl
onto of Improvomonts, for tho purpose of on
till ti Ini* it Crown (J rant of ouch of tin* shovi
I'llllillS.
Ami further take notloo that union, under
boo tiou 117, must in- commenced before tho Issu
Hiici'of sin-111 vititii'i.tc oi (mprovoniouts.
Uuled i liis-jiiiii duy of June, IWit.
•i? J. A. HAUVKV.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO
R. E. WALKER, Ganerul Mj..iaKi-r ALEX. LAIRD, A«l. Gent M.n.ger
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :
$S and under     3 cents
Over $5 and not eiceeding $10     6 centi
"    $t0       " " $30    10 cents
"    $30       " " $50     15 cents
Theae Order* air I'ayahle ut 1'ar .it any ofHco in TanuJa of a Chartered Bank
(Yukon excepted), and ul thr principal banking points In the United States*
mi.a'llAHI.a AT A  l>IXII> HATH AT
THE CANADIAN HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method of remitting small sums of money with safety
and at small cost.
HEADACHES
90%
CAUSED BY   EYESTRAIN
CURED
Cureil  without  drugs,   and cured permanently.
BY GLASSES
. F. Tate k Son
The Jewelers
C.P.R. Wati'h lii»|nrtoi'!t Crown' Neat Pass Division
Stock   Taking
Means a complete overhauling of
stock and rooting out from corners
Odds and Ends
Odd Plates, Dinner Size, per Doxen 50c.
Limoges China, Odd Pieces, at Half Price
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS, GLOVKS, BOOTS and SHOES
Cranbrook,
B.C.
NOTICE.
Ml'l'li'l'l IS IIKKKIIV CIIVHN tlmt
Hftee thirty ihiye I lntoml to apply to tha
Chli'l Colnilliaaliilli'l' ol Llllills anil
Works ut Vli-tni'la, ll. C„ ami In tha
I'i'imt.v-i'iiiiiMilsslniii'i' nl l,amls uml
Works ut Ci'iiiilii'iink, II. ('., for a
l.li'onsi' to |ii-os|ii'i't tor Coal ami I'i-Ii-o-
loillll III tlii' following ili'siTihi'il lamls,
sltimli'il In Soulh Kaal Konli'liuy, ll.C,
on Altli'ldgo Orook about thraa mllafl
liiiin tlio Klk Rlvori
T. It. I.. Harris' south i-asl coi'iior
pusi. Tlionoo80uliulns nortltt tlionoo
hii i'liuins wost: iiii'iu'i' sn i'liuins soulh:
iiii'iu'i'ho i'lialns oust to tlu> plaoo ol
boffiu'ili)**', uontalnlng nil) aoros.
Located .liil.v'.Tiili,  IIHHI, hy
A. I.. AtKloi'HOII, Ayi'lll.
Clanrjfo II. Lilihy'ssouth ivoBtcornor
post. Thonco 80 oliiiins north; thonua
su olmiiis oiut; thonoo so ohnliw south!
i.lii'iioi'sii olmins wosl in 1I10 phiuu of
lii'iiiuiiinir. iuljnlnlii)j T. II. L. Itiirrls1
olitiin 011 tlio Mast, oontiilniii,: illlluoi'os.
Lncaloil July 35th, UHHI, hy
A. L. Allilol'soil, AkuiiI,
Hunry I1'. Sort's north oust cornor
post, suiilli of ami luljolnlliu T, ll. L.
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