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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JUN& '211, WG7.
No. '2tj.
SUBSIDES QUBSTlUu
*
In   British   Parliament  WinBton
Churchill on Mr. MoBrides
Representation.
[jondon,   .1 um-   In    Winston
Churchill, iu Introducing in lhe
llritish House of Commons u bill
amending lha llriiisli Norili
America Aci regarding federal
subsides, made u somewhat ex
Oeptional detailed stnleliielil lis.
he suid, inn of respecl for ii large
Canadian Interests eoiicerued
!l • sniil ihni ilii'iiilicr provliicos
in ihe Ottawa cnnrei'i'iioo lust
ye ir admincd Ihul British Co
I i nbia had au uxueplinniil claim
u,inn lhe I'i'il,'i'ul treasury. The
I, iilsli pntiiiiinclil iliil um know
e I'Ugli of the relntive interests
■ I Hm various provinces to judge
o i which side llie, merits of tlio
el.dm li., hm in' would lie verj
sorry ,1' il ivere liioughl that llle
in 'tiou of liis majesty's govern
meat meant that ihe.v had decided
In usliihlish ns ii precedent Ihni
whenever there isdift'orenooupon
n constitutional nmenduieiil between the federal gbvormnont!
and one of lh" provinces, his
majesty's governnienl would
always be prepared, if necessary,
lo accept the federal as against
lhe provincial point of view.
Such a deduction would be of
loo sweeping a charaler. The
question Hie British Parliament
luid to ask itself was, did the
constitutional amendments now
demanded command tlie support
of the great majority of Hie
people of Canada? About tbat
there could be no doubt. Five
millions of tlie population of
Canada were represented in
support of the measure as against
Hie one hundred and seventy six
thousand population of British
Columbia. The Imperial government therefore decided to Introduce I he oil I Tlie prime minister
of Quebec, also Sir Wilfrid
Laurier and Mr. Fielding, had
all made personal application to
the colonial Secretary. On the
oilier hand, Hon. K. McBride,
prime minster of British Columbia, had, wilh great frankness
and much force, urged llie views
and grievances of his province.
The Imperial government
were unable to adopt his opinions
entirely, but endeavoured to
make Ihe legislation agreeable
to him by not introducing into it
the words "final and unalterable,"
which it bad been proposed to
produce, and which would have
prejudiced British Columbia's
chance of making some other
friendly arrangement in the
future with the Dominion and the
other provinces.
lie concluded by reading a
letter from Mr. Fielding explaining the desirability of the
passage of Hie bill at tlie earliest
possible moment. Churchill
then wont to the bar of llie house
and brought iu the bill, whicli
was formally read a Hrsl  lime.
The second reading is expected
next week, afler whieh Mr. Mo-
Bride will return to British Columbia. He expresses himself
well pleased.
plan
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Direotois Meeting.
A meeting of the directors
of the Nortli Star Mining Co.
wns held at Montreal Wednesday
•lime 2lith. It is reported that
the annual report is satisfactory
and that, there is sufficient money
in the treasury to carry ou development wink, lor another
year.
Politioal Pointers.
It cannot be denied that a
political campaign elfocts trade,
disturbs business conditions and
turns the attention of many mon
away from their usual enterprises
aud business.
A mutter or vital importance,
one whicli electors must not lose
sight of, is tlie financial and
mineral prosperity of I he district.
Laurie r governmenl has
attempted lo down the hunbuvin-.1
Interests ol'llritisln Columbia,innl
the inlliienre of the result of an
elect inn upon tho future of this
gi'oul   mining,   lumbering   ami
rlculturnl dlstrlot.
ll is lime lor lhe l.utirici
(iovernini'iii in announce wliei
llie next Dominion elections ui'i
to take place, ll' nu election
lillies plnee this full it will be il
the nature of n simp Judgemoui
>n the people nml n snap lor the
politicians, ihu- (Ittawu loiters
-inl.' positively Hull lhe nnxl
"onerul elections will tnlto
nexl spring Immodinloly
the House is prorogued.
llltANBROOK PUBLIC SCHOOL
Knport  fnr June       Large   Al
tendance aim Oooil Conduct of
Pupils.
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Tolal     ^^^^^
Average attendance
PEHFUUT ATTKNDANCI*
Wilbur   Hill,    Holla   Taylor,
lessie Kennedy. Vivian Sissons,
Myrtle McNeil, Joe,   Bourgoine,
mil Hat'vo;, Dickson.
Div.  II.
(Mlsa I'ldihu'll.   Ti'iiolior.)
Total attendance    520
Average  Attendance 20
I'EttPUCT ATTENDANCE!
Rachel Dardgot, olive  White,
Nellie Goddard, Chi
son. and Dave Keid.
Div.   Ill
iMias I'ui'ily. 'I'e
Total attendance...
Average attendance 31-50
PEUFECT    ATTENDANCE
Bearlie Bong. Gladys Hickenbotham. Andy Patterson, Ruby
Nesbit and Joseph Watson,
Div.    IV
i Miss Hull.  Teacher.
Total attendance    7111
Average attendance 1)5.97
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
Arthur Bowness, Alex, Dickson
Harold Colpinan,Oracle Higgins
Lee Look, Neil McCallum, Sadie
Nesbit, Bernard Scliiiiiiiierhorn
and Alice Keed.
Div   V.
(Miss l-'i'iiai'!'. Teacher.)
Total attendance 1,171
Average attendance 58-05
PERFECT    ATTENDANCE
Clarence Agnew, Harry Doris,
Norman Powler, Rainsford Parks
Ingold Schimi.ierhorn,   Merrill
Leask.
A Pretty Wedding.
Ou Thursday afternoon at the
home nf Mr. John Neilson of the
C.P.R. commercial telegraph
service occurred one of tlie
prettiest weddings of lhe season
When Mr. Edward Laurie aud
Miss Edylh J, C, Neilson were
married liy Iluv, C. O. Main.
The bride looked lovely in cream
eolienne over inll'ala trimmed in
beautiful handmade luce, and
currying while roses. MlSS
Jessie Neilson, Hie younger
sister of the bride, made n
charming bridesmaid, and little
Miss Audrey Moo acted as llower
girl, while Mr. Donald Bremner
ably supported the groom.
After partaking of a dainty
luncheon the happy couple
boarded the afternoon train
amid showers of rice and well
wishes hound for Montreal
where they will make their
home.
Mr. Laurie is llie youngest
son ol' Col, W. II. Laurie of
Montreal and occupies an Important position as engineer in
the C.P.It. employ in that city.
Miss Neilson is lhe second
youngest daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. .Jolin Neilson and though
she has lived but a lew weeks in
Cranbrook hits made a host, of
friends who wish her overy joy
in her wedded life.
1! B. Gilmour, W. A. Allen,
J. Gourley and J. P. Pile, all of
Vancouver, were guests at ihe
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitor.! Hero and There   People
Who Come to Granbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
,1. s,  Martin of Nolson was a
guest ai the Oranbrook Priday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pinlay  of  Kim
berley were iu llio cily  Monday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Small were
visiting al WyclilTe this week.
D, K  Vales ol WyclilTe was in
thn cily Monday.
Mr and Mrs
'iiicher Creek
'Isllol'S this tt'i
W. A Burns o
were Crutibi'ool
ok.
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wns ri
Pi'iiln.v.
reeu of Raymond. Alia
sieied   at   tlm     Royal
The Oi'anorook public schools
closed yeslerduy for the summer
Holidays.
Mr. ami Mrs. S. Mighton relumed Wednesday from it trip lo
Alberlii.
Poll Sale One Mandoliu,
absolutely uew, *r-l- Apply box
Uil, Cranbrook.
Horn ul Craubrooli Friday
June JI to Mr. and Mrs. N.
Chiipul a son.
L. B. VanDecar was up from
Victoria this week attending a
silting of tlie county courl.
Mrs. Neilson, wife of John
Neilson, arrived from Montreal
Wednesday.
W. J. Goepell, provincial
auditor left Cranbrook Priday
for the Windermere country.
P. C. Watson and C. A. Grass-
wick of Calgary were registered
at the Cranbrook Sunday lust.
J. S
was a
Monday.
Thomas nf Bangor.  Me.,
juest at the Cranbrook
Mr.  and  Mrs.
Calgary   were
Cranbrook.
T. W. Class nf
guests   al   llie
.1. I). McBride was ui   Porn I
this week nil business.
Constable
Steele was ii
J.  Walsh of   Porl
i lhe city Monday.
Husiness is ull  iif
coining nt Crnnlu'oo
lit    no kle.li
The latest on our exchange
list is lhe It C Saturday Sunset,
published in Vancouver,
Otis Staples, who has benn
visil ing nl Stillwater, Minn., ro
turned to Cranbrook Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. I'. M. Todd ol
Toroiilo were Crtilihrook visitort
lhis weok
Tin'   I' I    by-liw
sit'icilv  enforced   on   a
Inly Isi.
tl. Laugley and   II.   >
Wallsburg     were
visitors Wo'lnosday,
will    be
Seaton
Cranbroi
The liidepondohl Order of
Poroslers, will picnic nl Perry
Creek nu Dominion Day,
Mr. nml Mrs. T. T. McVittie
and Goorge Geary of Port Steele
were Crunbrook visitors Priday.
A. P.. McKenzie ot Brandon
uud II. Uedlingtou of Toronto
were in lhe city Tuesdny transacting business.
P. Nelson nf Port Arthur,
Chas. Poss of Creston, C. S.
Ryder and C, M. James of
Vancouver were registered ut Hie
Cranbrnnk Wednesduy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Pitzpatrick
returned from Spokane Wednesduy. and lefl on Thursday morn
iug for Mnrysville, where they
will reside in the future.
Also   tin.'    manner
which Cranbrook Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Halsted of
Winnipeg were Cranbrook
visitors Thuisduy.
Chickens and ducks for sale
from two days lo two years old;
also seven shacks. Apply to A
C. Pigott.
The Ice Cream social at tbe
the English Church on Thursday
evening was largely attended.
A good time was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. McEarchern left
on Thursday to spend the summer
at their old home at Prince Edward Island.
C. A. Gaskill, manager of the
ICimborley Milling Co. was al
Cranbrook Thursday on company business,
Two passenger ears for the
Corbin road passed through
Cranbrook Wednesday. The
cars were named Craubrook and
Spokane,
Have you seen our Kitchen
Saving Bank? It is tlie Toledo
square steam cooker, saves fuel
and does better cooking with
less labor. Por sale liy Pat-
more Hros.
Mrs. L. C. Proctor, Miss
Phyllis Proctor aud Mrs. Johnson', of Sl. Paul, arrived this
week and will spend several
months visiting friends at ('ran
brook and WyclilTe,
The service at lhe Presbyterian
Church on Sunday morning will
take llio form of a Patriotic
service for tlie children. The
address will be on "what the
Sunday School can do iu Nation
building." Adults and children
cordially welcome.
The I'resl Photo Co. Ims dis
posed of thoir business to R J.
Hl'imillg   of    Moose   .Inw,    lute
manager of tlie I'hoio depart'
ment of Purler's Art Store and
I'lioto Studio of Ihal pluee Mr.
Briiuing comes highly rocoin
mended as an artist in bis work.
In removing from Cranbrook
Mrs. I'resl wishes tn thank her
many friends and patrons I'm
their liberal patronage and con
lideuily recommends to ihe sunn
the abilities of her successor.
J. A. Harvey lefl on the morning train Priday for tlie coast.
He will be away lor about live
weeks, and will make u trip into
Alaska before he returns.
P.. A. Bennett of London, E.
0. Biukley of Vancouver. V. E.
Dwyer and R. J. Brainard of
Moose Jaw were registered at
tlie Cranbrook Thursday.
1). Kimptou of Windermere
was in tlie city Thursday. Mr,
Kimptou was formerly located
at Steele, but lias been engaged
in mining in tlie Windermere
district for the past three years.
The C. P R. Telegraphers and
the Knockers huso, ball   teams
played a match game on Tuesday
evening.    The Knockers defeat
ing lhe "lightning jerkers" by a
score of Ui to 2.
A number of prospectors were
ill town th is week getting supplies
Cranlirook is llio supply point
for the districl audits merchants
havo just what is needed by the
prospector while in tlie nioun
tains.
J. P. Spaulding, Omaha, Neb., I
C. Harrison of Nauloii, P. E.
Harrison of Saskatoon, E. J.
Harvey of Aylmer. Out., and J.
Callahan of Revelstoke were
registered nl llie Royal Wednesday.
A large number of base ball
"fans" assembled in the City
Hall on Priday evening for the
purpose of forming a base ball
league, ll is reported that at
least six teams will be formed iu
Cranbrook, from which a team
will be selected lo play any team
in the Kootonays for Hie championship.
Coulraclor, George Leask St
Co., ure pushing Ihoconstriictiun
work on the now Opera House
It is now all closed ill, and
plastering will commence next
week. Mr. Pulljninos hnsthocon
tract. It is expected Ihal tlie
opera, chairs and furniture will
arrive from Hie ensl about Ibe
middle of July and Ihu house
cojni'lolod by Augusi 1st,
. .   ■
There is Others.
Premlor Mcllr'ulo is reported
lo be highly pleused witli lhe re
sull ol' his work. Ile may be
pleased,    lll'itlsh Columbia  will
i ive in Hi'' noxl ton  years  a
round million dollars more than
will be paid according lo the
.nil.' udoptod al Quebec, and has
ilso been placed in tlie most
favorable position  possible   for
he furthurnncu of an agitation
in obtain still belter terms.
CRANBROOK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Close of the Half Yearly Session
Examinations Were Satisfactory
Thn examinations of the pupils
attending the Cranbrook public
schools closed oll Wedlli'sdnv.
The pupils have passed Iheir
examinations and are now
anxious to know tin- result, aud
who are to be promoted. The
following list of promotions is
sufficient in show tlmt Hie children of Cranbrook are prolicienl
in their sludies. Tin- resull of
ihe high school examinations
will mil be known I'm' several
weeks
Division I, from junior Ith to
senior Hit.. P. I; Anderson
toucher.
Joe. Hourgninc
Jessie Kennedy
Bella Taylor
William Hill
Vivion Sissons
Harry Bathie
Myrtle McNeil
Bryson Pinnis
Garnet Biukley
Prom Division II, In  Division
I . I1'. R. Anderson teacher,
Winnie Deacon
May Anthony
Charles Laurie
Irene Deacon
Raymond Armstrong
Percy Neil
Plorence Wood
Douglas Stewart
Curlylo McNab
liny Argue
Georgino Cartwright
Saddle (iillis
Lillian McCowan
Melva Cartwright
Division 11., junior to senior
■lass, Miss Caldwell teacher.
Bertha Nesbit
Edith Anthony
Olive Wlnle
Dave Reid
Mildred Cline
Kose Dumont
Rachel Bardget
Earnest Stivins
Josie Drummond
Prom Division III to Division
II, Miss Caldwell teacher.
Hong Bearlie
Wilfred Dallas
Herman Biukley, conditionally
Kathleen Dumont
Bernice Prasor
Carl (iill
Wilfred  Hunter conditionally
Ralph Laurie
Ch.iistopher McNeil
Earl Stevenson
Virginia Tucker
Prom Junior to Senior class,
Miss Purdy teacher.
Lauretta Armstrong
Nullum Barnhardt
Eva Cnnoly
Viney Doris
Francis Drummond
Andy Patterson
May' Pyalt
Doris Johnson
Percy Bardgett, conditionally.
Prom Division IV Miss Hall,
teacher; lo Division TU, Miss
Purdy. teacher:
Arthur Bowness.
Plorence Bathie.
Ella Bryu.is
V.idu Boytor
Marguerite Drummond
Wesley Policy
Wnndii Pink
Caniillo Godderis
Stanley Hill
I.mis Ilill
Hullo Johnstone
Loo Look
Lnliie Leask
Irving Leask
William Laurie
Holier! Marshall
Annie Patton
A Ice Keid
Earle Sl.ewarl
Waller Tucker
Hazel Taylor
Nigel Thompson
llernard Schennorhoril
Gordon Wallingor
Noel Wallingor
Marguerite Stone
On Approval
Oracle Higgins
Alice Woods
Grace Merlin
Harold Colpinan
Prom -ml  Primer lo Ul   Reutlei
Wilfrid Brault
Alexander Dickson
Edward Laurie
Neil McCallum
Noble McNeil
Charlotte Mm,re
William Moors
Mny Patterson
Prank Patterson
Russell St Klni
Helen Wesl
Sadie Nesbil
Clnrke Wallaco
Prom "A" class to Division IV.
Hainsford parks
Clarence Agnew
Norman Powler
Harry Doris
Grace Bardgolt
Orville Thompson
John Wilson
Prom  "B" class to Division IV.
Vincent   Pink
Ingold Schoriiiorhorii
Charles Woodward
George Pillion
Wilfred Stone
Valery de (Irace
Pred, Wardman
Merritt Leask
Gordon McKonnii
Douglas McCowan
Dora (Irani
Martha Wallace
Pred. Dumont
INTERNATIONAL FOOT
BALL MATCH.
GOD SAVE THE KING"
Scotland    vs   Eng'and, at
Recreation Grounds
July 4th.
the
An [nlernationul football game
will be played al tlie Recreation
grounds on July lib., at 7-80 p.
m. This will be tbe match of
Hie season, ns bnth tenuis have
been carefully selected. The
representatives of England are
all "lint un's" who have played
Rugby and tlio Association games
Scotland will have a lot of "Braw
Laddies" who claim that they
have the gainedown tn a science.
Botli sides aro determined to
maintain llio prestige nl' their
country, hence are nut to win.
As lhis is sure to be the game of
the season all lovers of the game
should be present and cheer Iheir
team to victory.
The Circus.
It was a satisfied crowd thai
tiled out of tlio big tents on Monday. Tlie feature acts of the
circus were all good, tlie performers taking their parts without a fault. Tho clowns were
excellent, and menagerie expen
sivo and first class, in short, tin
Norris St Rowe show met with
ini(|ualitied approval.
The Official Celebration of King
Edward.
London. June 28,—The birthday of Hi- Majesty Edward VII.
King of Greal Britain and the
llriiisli dominions beyond tlie
sens, and emperor of India, was
otlicially celebrated throughout
lhe empire today, I in LafTau's
plain. Aldorshot, King Edward
lielil a military review al whloh
25,000 troops were present,  The
 tosioii   was  honored   by the
presence ol several princes uud
princesses of the royal family
and many distinguished foreign
guests,
King Edward was born November 'J, l-ll, so iiiiii he will not
enter upon his sixty sixth year
lur several months. The official
date of ihe celebration was
changed, owing lo tho fact that
Hie iiiniiili nl November oilers &
bad lime of-tlie year for observing a public holiday.
All over England today, and
particularly iu London. I here are
many manifestations of loyally
and the holiday spirit prevails to
agrenterextenl than ever before,
Edward enjoys an extraordinary
popularity among his subjects,
due largely to bis love nf sport
and his independent spirit,
Even religious folk of the most
pronounced opinions on racing
Admit thut Edward is tbe best
executive lho nation could have,
even were-the succession to the
throne decided by popular vote.
It is not extravagant to say that
millions of people in all pans
of thu world are. today joining
heartily iu tbe prayer of the
national anthem, "God Save the
King."
Records of Interest.
Mining in tbe Cranbrook ilisirict is progressing, a large
number of mining certificates
have been issued, many prospects
havo changed, hands and new
locations made. The following
records are of interest to mining
men us showing Hie progress of
mining in tho district:
Vs-ee Mill,-ra" rertilii'llte   27"
Companies       "      "      (
I't-iiwu lii'atiis ismii-d      II
C'eriitii'iiti-a of Improvements ..    t*
Transfer-) ami Aitrt'i'meiit-, ....   4H
Mineral Float,
The gravel deposits of Perry
Creek are rich in placer gold.
A visit to Kimberley discloses
tlie fact Hint a large amount of
milling is now under way iu that
camp.
It is astonishing what mineral
surprises are in store for the investor and capitalist in ihe Cranbrook dislriel.
With the big silver-lead mines
operating, and new prospects
being developed, Crunbrook district will continue to be the
largest silver-lead producing district in the Province.
The ultimate profits in mining
are many limes greater than the
profits iu other business.
Tlie average depth of machine
drilled holes in a tunnel headings
is about live feel, depending on
Hie size of tunnel uud the hardness of the rock.
As soon us the plant of the
Cranbrook Klectrie Light Co., is
installed and iu operation, the
milling tield will take advantage
ol tlie extent to which electric
power can be subdivided aud Ibe
ease Willi which il, call be trims-
| milled lo any given point.
ll is reported Hint a mining
deal of considerable magnitude is
being put Ihrough by Perry
Creek mining men. No particulars of lhe dual can be obtained,
lit present.
Tlie Perry Cl'oek Hydraulic
Company are nt present moving
large quantities ol' gravel, two
shifls are employed.    It  is ex
Railway News.
Two niain linediningcars passed
through Cranbrook Priday on
their way to Spokane, these cars
will form a part of the through
trains between lluit city nnd SI.
Paul,
R. It. Jamiesnn, General
Superlntendanl nf the Western
Division, of tlie (', P. R,, will
arrive at Cranbrook to-day to
complete all necessary arrange
inuiii lor the running of the
"While Mail from Spokane to
SI   Paul.
Walcli for Ihe Spokane, Sl
I'niil   ll.ver,   llie   "While    Mail"
whicli will pass through Cran
brook Monday   nexl.    ll   is  nne
ol' the most beautiful ami modern
transcontinental trains   on  the
American continent,
D, ,1. I'ury, is expelled at
Cranbrook today,
R. Holme, Canadian express
llgOIll wns ul Spokane lhis week
coinplotillg lli'l'llllgeiiiollls lor an
express service liel ween Spokane
and points iu the Crow's Nest.
Evory travollor who passes
through Hie minoritl and agricultural regions of Southeast K< oto-
uny, wlielber expert or novice,
is impressed with tliu great peeled that this year's production
extent of the lerritnry nver nf Hie yellow metal will be larger
which tills wealth is distributed,  than that of last year. THE PROSPECTOR. CRANHROOK II C, JINK i".', 1007.
WANTED
50 Tie Makers
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I-.S'I'.MU.ISIIKI'    law,
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AM'   EDITOR,
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The Painters, Paperhanger.s, Etc.
our mm stock
WAiVrirER
IS COMPLETE
Romomber we carry the only stock of 190"
papers in ('ranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
capital is being directed   to   the
* ! resources of thedistrict, with the
* resull ihat m poriiini industries
* of   large   proportions   are    mm
contemplated which will bring
success ami profits from Investments.
The indications .ill poinl   i" a
large immigration Into theCruu
brook dislriel  lhis  year      Many
will come from il old country"
and many wiil come from
eastern Canada and   the   L'lli ted
Slates.
Receives    both     Ladies    and
Gentlemen as Resident or as Hay
Students. Has a complete Coin
niercial or Business Course. Prepares students to gain Teachers'
Certificates   of  all   grades.      Ill
affilllation with Toronto I'm-
vkusitv gives the fnnr years
course for llle 1S.A. degree, and
the first year nl Ihe Toronto
School    of    Science.       lias   u
speolal    "Prospectors Course''
for miners who wnrk in II C.
Instructions given in Art,
Music, Physical Culture and eln
qui inn.
Por Calendar etc address
"Columbian College".
Term opens September lilli,
ll'i'li.
XV. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sh-mii   Ifcillvn .ni,l I'm ua,.  Work ii
Specialty,
Cosl mid Slock Estimates
Purnisbed t'pou Applicu
tion.
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WITH   A
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
GASOLINE   ENGINE
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it latosl equipment fur sawing wood.
9 THK HEST IS TllK CHEAPE8T
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J SOLI':    AllKN'I'kj 5
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A   Hammock
For   Summer
Comfort
Prof essiona 1.
Harvey, MeCarter k Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
rKANIIItooi.,    -    B.C,
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
Hritisli Columbia
Wil till,,' JI n,.«   li    ih,.
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iii Ilii'ii- .-..M-.Ii-ii.-li.ui.
#liiiin kn iIi'hIku-hI
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Tiie reason some people never
gel along any better is because
they sit down and dream  aboutK-O- Btn 834.    Cil'illllll'OOK, B.G.
"Ultumubiles when Ihey ought  to
ft ■„. pushing wheelbai
P.O. BOX
ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE 111
ft. , w       riiat Wasa is an  ideal  outing
ft:4-ft:9:ft.4ft;a;ftaft;.*ft: ft;aft aft* *:.a:4: *::*:. ♦ pIaces is  bourne oul hv   ,h
«Hwmmnw***m*in*imiwnw"m)nmt*i
Tonsorial Parlor!'
places   is   .
,      .    , t       Foi a Cool nnd CU'iin Shnv
steady   influx   Ol    Visitors     from  | _      Partaot Hnir Oul
****************************ft*** ♦♦♦»♦    Cranbrook,   Kimberley,   Murvs   t
To HOQ LliOBe hiUllllHU'ks la to
wnnl tint', i'-|i«i'iitllv when vou
li'iii-n  how  llttlu   money will
Illlike VOU tilt' possessor, 'l'lli*
111)1011 til    Ot   I'Olllfoi'l    10   Iiu  tlt'-
rlvoil from ttiiL* will bo worth
Ion times tho oost. Coma In
uml MM> i iiciu. (tuv prloea aro
from ti.oo to *!t.iK).
\  Complete   Line  oi   Fishing Tackle.    The
Rest that there is.
C. E. REID & CO.,
phone 7 4    Tlie Druggists.
Koepllog Snturduy nights uml nvoulnp
'X*L Storu I'lose* ill
i ^(^  hofore publio holiday
FORT STEELE
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BREWING CO,, LTD, I
ville. Kori Steele and Pernie.
■     a     a
Trade    conditions    show
reasonable expansion   for   tin
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUHERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
t       BEER § PORTER
I  SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
X Bottled beer for family
X use a specialty
|    Outside   Orders
m GIVEN STRICT AND PT
time ol the year,
•  • •
• i    Visitors   to   the
'
A Hoi or Cold Bath
' Walter B.Laing.i^.'msii
kor Street, Cranlirook, B.C.
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Centrally Located
Electric Lights
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'IIOMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
.4 P. O. BOX 812      fa
7[     TELEPHONE NO. I      J5
Fort   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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L CLAIM'
W. ROLLINS
Baker Streel,
nn note
(iranbrook, B.C.
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Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air   -
(loin tort able lied rooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
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| CENTRAL    HOTEL *
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Marysville. B.C.        (IDLE Ut HANDLEY, Prop. i#
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NOTICE.
Kootenays     NotU-e Ih hereby given thul  thirty
should  always   pul    i Iranbrook | days after date I intend to apply to the
down Oil their way bill. jn,i,'(  Commissioner  of   Lands   anil
.  . . Works ut Victoria, B. C, for a lieeuee
i to prospect for eoal ami petroleum on
A large acreage ot alfalfa aaa| the fotlowlnr deacrlboil lands, situute
n lllni'k 4693,   Southeast   Kootenay,
wheat will be sown  in  Ihe St
Mary's valley this year.
...
Fortunes have heen made in
mining, and fortuneswill he made
by the shrewd and far seeing in-
vostor, in the Cranbrook mining
dlstrlot.
...
Tho history of British
Columbia, nnd particularly that
of the Cranlirook district seems
like a romance when we read of
the rapid development of coal
and metaliferous mines, and tlio
progress of the lumber industry.
The building of railways under
adverse circumstances, the
creation of large cities and towns
in tlie heart of the mountain
ranges all within the space of a
few years. The construction of
smelling works in the St. Mary's
valley, also the installation of an
immense lire brick plant at
Perry Creek, have all proved to
he important factors in the upbuilding of the district.
• • •
Tlie electors of the Cranhrook
ridins; would like lo know if the
time is approaching when prospective candidates for the Dominion House are lo lie talked
about.
'I'lu' Leading Hold of the St,
Mary's Valley. Nice airy rooms
newly rurnished, Table as
good iis anv in Kootonay.
a STEWARTS I
THK   I.K.'UINi;   FRUIT STORK
I CRESTON STRAWBERRIES
OKANOCiAN CHERRIES
Kor Preserving
Uiulily     -     -     I,i„
rmni'R kaiii.y
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Draying a Specialty
There is still a few Carriages left
A Carload of Wagons is expected at
an) time.
You luul hotter call and Inspect our
linos of Carriages and Wagons before
purchasing elsewhere,
Flour anil Feed nf all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
Stewarts Fine Chocolates
HA/.KI.WiiHli I0E CREAM
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftrinstronu, ftve.
00 TO THK
lEast Kooienau
DYE HOUSE
British I nlumhta; Can ml a: -
i I.i < lommuncing ui a post plantnl
adjacent m the Southeast corner of
(\ Cameron's claini. Lot «!W!». and
being tlie South-west corner of Joseph
Tannhauser location, thence east eighty
chains, thence north eighty chains,
thence west eighty chains, thenco south
eighty chains tu placo of beginning,
containing (MO acres more or less.
[.united this llth day of May. 1907.
■lot* Tannhauser, Locator,
Oeo. M. .ludd. Agent.
12.) Commonelng at a post planted
adjacent to the northoast corner ihmi
of .1. I). Gordon's claim, Lot t>u.i5, and
being the initial or north-west corner
post of W. M. Vlolett's location thenee
east eighty chains, thtoiee ttonth eighty
chains, thence west eighty chains,
theuce north eighty chains to plaee of
beginning, containing tuu acres more
or lest*.
Located May llth, 1907.
W. M. Vlolett, Locator,
Geo. M. Judd. Agent.
(3.) Commencing at a post plumed
adjacent to the sonth-oast corner of M.
Langlcy's elaim. Lot t>HU7, aud being
the initial or south-west eorner post of
Geo. M. .ludd's location, thence cast
eighty chains, thonee north eighty
eliains, thenee west eighty ehuins,
thence south eighty chains
to plaee of beginning containing (MO
acres more or less.
Located May Uth, 1!K)7.
21 Geo. M. Judd, Loeator.
W. R. BEATTY
I'miertHkiT,
Km bul <i.--r.
Fuui'mi Director
CJUANBROOK, tic.
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Por all kinds or
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing line or coarse, large
7f I or small that we cannot handle,
M* or s
4
ff 6RANBR0OK TRADING 60.
We flLso Du Dru Dyelnu
Office .1. I.KA.sK. Tailor
ftaft aftft 4. 9;ft.9:4;.9ft:aft9ftftft:*ft4-Jftftft'4:JOIVE US A TRIAL.
Granbrook
r? Livery
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams unil drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, ManRRiir
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Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters for milling    if
men and old timers.
When you want a good
* place to stop come to the
"•   Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
The Quality Store    1
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GOLD SEAL TEA
Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery,
Cigars and Tobaccos
Special attention given lo each order no mailer how
n   siniill.   Good goods and prompt delivery "Our Motto",    a
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CAMPBELL & MAYING
C. H. DUNBAR
IIAItlll.STI'Ht, SOLICITOR
uml NOTAKV  I'lIHI.IC.
Oranbrook, B.0.
6. H. Thompson
JZZsm   HAItltlSTKll ,v SOI.II'ITOII
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDINO
I rillilil'iaik.   ll.C.
THOMAS   M o VIT T 1 li
P.U.S. At CE.
Kort Stt-olu H.C.
I ■ . .i Hi IIIIIIIMI'I Ln....
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Phuslcian u»d Surgeon
OFFICE AliMSTKONll   AVK.
llol'lis:    II tu 11 ll.lll,   2 III 4 |l.lll.
7 Ui S p.ni.
I'llllill'. (Hlii't' UVl      liiwilll'lll',' IHU
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREA8LES
Meet unify 1'riilay nl S |>.1ll.
Visiting  llriitliiM's Cordially   Invlloil
Chas. .smith, W. Pi'obIiIodI
M. I), llll.LINUS. Si!,')'.
Ai'i'U' I'liysli'liin. V, (). Box 28.
Rocky Mountain Chapter |
NO. 125. it. A, m. I
Regular int'etiitgH:—2nd Tues.  J
day   In  eacli   month   at night
o'clock.
Sojourning Comiianiona  are
cordially Invited,
W.M. !•'. Tatk, Scribe E,
Box   ' I'HANIIKOOK, B. C.
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"■ FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
— Always Up-to-Date — 3
B.C.I
|| Cranbrook, -     - ».«#. -3
^iuiuaiuuuaiuuiiiiuuiuiuihiiiaiiuuaiiaiiuauu**
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having bock yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
mailer to lie taken away, should
leave orders with ino.
Leave iirdei'M at llie I 'Ity I'lerka nrtiee
or drop a po.tal curd in Box 105.
C.P.R. Men
Make mom
Invest In Lethbridge
REAL ESTATE
SUNN VSIIU'I anil WKST.MINSTEIS AVICNUl'l,
eliwe by the I'.l'.K. tracks and the Agricultural
Fair Grounds,
$10 To $25 Down and $."> it month,  or one third down and six
twelve and eighteen months for balance,   Prices
in*, lo ijil.'Jj per Lol.    Inspect maps and plans
witli mo,
Elegant New Residence
With 16 aires of prime (fruit and Fnrminy Land adjoining
Partly cleared and ploughed and planted with fruit trees.
Perfect irrigation plant.    Marti, stable, etc.
Within One and a Quarter Miles of Cranbrook Post Office
Joseph Ryan, Cranbrook, B.C.
ANCIENT ORDER,!FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS   2ND   ANII   .'I'll   THUHSIIAYS
IN WATTSi HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   Invited
0. 11.,   \V. I'. MACDONALD
Secreiary, \V, HENDERSON
Portraiture by Photography
AND
Artistic Picture Framing
AKR OUR
2 SPECIALTIES
rrest Photo Go.
Studio.
Bukor St. Cranbrook, B.C.
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter 1# Builder
(iood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
L COHN
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Tailor %Ji Importer of
Fine Woolens.
Cranhrook, n.C. Armstrong Avo
»»**»«»»»»«»-.a.aaaaaaaaaa
smpu.
STRONG
Machines ^Reqt
A Pull Stock Of NtiuclliM
xkiui ArtcHHwirii-H
Fred. W. Swain
AGENT
Cranbrook,B C,, Armstrong Av, 'r
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TIMIIKII NOTICE I'llANUIIOOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Tali.' notice thai thlrtj  days alter Districl ol Kootenay.
,li,t..  i  mi,.,„| i„ apply  10 Hi,-  Chief     Take notice lhat .lului V   llrldgca nl
Commissioner of Lands ami Works for CranliriHik,    U.   ( ,.    i,i','ii|,;i
normisslnn in eul   and    carry    away
timher li'.'iii the  followlim   deserllied
land in Southeasl Kuotenaj
(' lem inn al a pnsl |llllllteil   tlliolll
liuiiii mile auiiili of iln- soiiiheusi cor
ir iii nu llcoueu a[i|illcatlun N". '■'■-1
linn    llllli
miiiiiijiJi'. ini.-mis li, apjilv Iiir pcl'llils.
-im. in purchase Hi.' Iiilhiwinii de-
-.-.iI.. .1 I I:
I'liniiiii'ii.'iiie nl ii poal pluiili'il ill llm
 'thwesl eornor nl I'ni   Kelly's pre-
iipiinn surv.ij  mi  I*.....• .Mil,- ei I
tier ul III)'UOOIIOO application   .a".  pimn   sui'ini   ihi   rillll1   .'  ci'cen,
Ihe nortii side ol Wliliu Hiver, theiicu  ihe 'north III chuins, theneu easl  Al
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'•IIANI.I'mi-k  I.AMi DISTUICT
iHsd-icl .,t Ivoott'iiH)
CHAMHUOOK l.sN'D IHS'I iti
l'1-llll   I   ..I    h.l.,1.  I..A
'■ ■ ihut John K« I  Wn-
Cn VNBROOK   LAND DISTRICT.
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Ilisirict nf I*,ii,i,,11ai I'i-iihi ,'i i,,»,i, i ,i                                                      ,
iii. ii™ HiuiJohn n«  «  ■ \. ■*?" -■ * .'   T    *s°- District ,,i Kootenay.
'lake    Uuu   The  Ci'iiwn Sost   |,i i„,   .,,„. ,i;, ,, •■ i <j£5€B m*-**£f*
uss Lum her Co.. Ltd., uf Waiilner, 11.  '" r n rer the toiiuwiiu ,i. —.......   I'.XAMINATIuNS I'ohI.N'SI'KCTOKH ' "''     '     *"'*"*'   ■**■
., Iiilonils lo upplv for a special tiuitwr    !* "I   sTKAM HotLKliS AMI  '"'"'      "       t-'rnnhruok,      hotel-
' I'lillillii !i i- il.-    Ill     i<     li.i,t     1,1.11,1. ,i  li .in- k'l'I'lK'l'.          I lil Iif	
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Smith Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
1906, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest improvement in modern typewriter construction yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE SMITH PREMIER
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE. N. Y.
BRANCHtS     BVERVWHER«
SPOKANE, WASH.
!..  I Lincoln Streel
niwitliiiiiK I.ASH DISTRICT,
Dlstriii "i Koolonny.
Tnko notice tlml I'uunii Jowlll ol Wiir.hu'i
it r  wi.I.," im.'ii.i' Lonpiily for liornilsslon li
piirelmso lho lolloii'lliB lU'siirllu'il 1 1
won corner ol Lol 1 Uroup I. Kuolenn; Dla
nin. thenco Boutb an elmlns. Ihenee run :'
ohalns, llm 11...11. so .-li.iin-  ili.'in'i' wmi a
oliiitna 10 iinliil of coiiiincui'otiionl. uml contiiln
..li inn elinin-. them 11-1 in .'I
thence north I'm chalna, thonco wesl n
.'llllills Iii pollll "I  mil'' IIIIOUI.
.Iiiiiiiiir.i 'illi. Inn,
in I'. Jensen, Locator
ri.'.wintiiiiK I.ANll iiisTKii'r.
District nl K.ii.li'iiuy.
'hike nolico tllttl ml- Slnplos   nl 'Vyclirfe
it. i'., iii't'iipiii iiiinia'rii.iiii, Inlontls I., iippt:
li'sriilii'ii llllills
1 iiilli'lnjat n pout I'lmil '.'Inilii-iii-
'iii'i' i'llsl ail rliiiile
anil   I'liimniiiiiil
llllills. llli'lli'i' snntli  111   i'li
woal 20 ehulns in |iolul  nl  nonce-
n  mnl iniiiiiiiiiiiu ulfhtj acres more
,.r I.—.
John V. Urldges
llul.'.l Mn> B,  11(07. 21
1 ' n\   inr 11 - „ eiiii 1 imiH-r
I,,.', ..,'     ,,,..,,.1      '' ''»« **<   '  I"-'   '''""■'
aoulb 1.1   ilir   -.unliii.-I    ...ii,,,   1,1    TllllUel
1.1.. i,., N,, -   j.ii,1   uun k, ,1  inirthetial  -ner
'* iieilic   nt   11    post   |iliin'.cil   L'n   l""i "i li."ii. ■ N" ■:. Uioncc  ».-.  nni elmlns
eluiius wesl of Mile Post Nu.  :'. mi  tin'/ "''"'' '** " '"'" *'"1'"-
-o nh III eliiiiiij.. thoi
Mm nam, iw
JU
lltlMtl lillli   I.AMI IMS'! llll  I'
District nl Kn..i.'iiii\
I'lllll' inilli'r Hull Ulla SIiiiiIi-. 'il ivy, hll,-
II   I!., ni'i'iipiiti'iii    Intulirriiiiiii     nil.11.1'    ie
upply [or 11 ajii'i'lul tlinlii-r llceni ver tin
lollowlim ducrllicil lumls
1 "inn ins mu t piiiiii.'.i im im 1 iimi I'M
nl lln' liortlnvi'M i'lirni'i' nl  Lliu Klnjl Timber
I.l iir Mn. mis. lliunco an-1 -.. .1.nni-. Hi ■
north so i'liuins: tiifiii'i' wi-i -I. iii:iiii>. nulii'i'
auiiili sii i'lialns in point of commencement, unit
CQlltlllllllltf IHO UUl'lX, Ilii'ii' nl lOSS,
mis sniple..
Muv .'Ilni. Ull'-. "3
CRANHROOK LAND DISTUICT.
DIstTlOl nl Ivni.li-liii.V.
'i'iiii.'iiiiiiri-Hint nih staples, nf Wyctlffo,
ll. I'., occllpntlon, liilnboriiiiin. liuontls lo npply fnr 11 spi'i'iul timber licence nver llio follow-
Ills ilescrlboil liimls:
CommoncliiM ut 11 pusi plunteil nt tlio south-
West corner ol tho Kuslon Tlmbor Licence No	
IfiUffl; thonee wosl 80 i'liiiins; thonco north 80 minine lill)
chuiim: llioiu'c enst 80 ehntnsi thenco soulh 80
i'llllilla In |Ullll! nl I'lllllllll'liri'IIll'llt. llll'l Cl-lllll'
I'll Wlllluiir*   I.ANll DISTRICT.
liisiiii-i ,.( Koolenny,
■I'jilir mn ii-.- iimi linviil l'n kenrldt'i
m Wm liiml-. ll. i:., unii .'iimiii Intends
in aji|ii,v Inr ii speeial timher licence
nver Hm I,illinium.' deserlheil luml-:
Com nclng ut :i pnsl plnnleil ul the
northtveiil corner of Unilier llcoiicn IWU-I
Mm «.-i liiehalns, tho south lllll
i-linin-.  in,-ii,'.■ oasl   In i'liuins, thence
II''I'lll    Dill   i'llllill-   In   Iiii' llllllll nl* i'niil
inei menl unil ctintnlulnu; IHO acres
Mny IHi. mo;
Unv i,l Hreckelll'lillfC
CRANnttOOK  I.AMI DISTRICT.
Ilisl i iii ul Is i ii ,1 eiiii y.
■tuk,■ unii,'" lliiil I i.iv i.l lli'.'.'li.'iiriihji'
nl IViirilimr. Ill'.. 1 ii n 11.. -iiiui ■ i.   Intends
tn apply fm' n -i ml tinibor licence
nver Hm following deHOrlhod lumls:
C lonulng m n |io}l planted at tlm
sum Invest corner nf I iinlier licenco 001)1
uiul mi i Im north liim nf timber llnonco
i'.iiiil!. Hmiii'i' north  in .'Iniin-, ihonee
easl Hi chains, thei north 111 chains,
ihenee wesl 80 i'liuins, tlioi snntli   In
I'llllillS. llli'lli'i' IV,-I III I'llllillS. III.'111'.'
-Illltll   HI I'llllill-.  Hli'll lisl    SI)   I'llllillS
to tlm point nf commencement uud con-
inoreor less,
liivid llri'i'l; iiii'i'
„s|   Ilill I'llllillS
i'n iinrlli in chains, tin- oasl IflO
i'liiiins In llm pninl nf I'nniiimiii'i'ini'iit
uml containing 6-tOnorcs more or I"—.
The Crows Meal I'uss Lumber Co., l.m
.1 McLaren, Agent
Mny Snd, 1U0T,
Mil)'lliilli, WOT,
L'ltANUKOOl'  I.ANll DISTIili   I'.
DUtrlct of Kaotcmiy.
Tuk.' ii,,Hi.,  thai I'i-ii r .l.nsiii .,| IVnsii  ,,
leupatlun, prospootor, Intonils in upply foi tt
.,.   snociul timber liconso over tin  tollowliig aes
'   I ..„n.',„i i i.
II". in-.      ol      . i inbruok,      lii.tni-
k«e|wr,     ii .'■     applj   •„,. |lt„-
tnisaioii     .,   .,','.i i,   ;,   special   limber
PXAMIXATIOXSrn   '   ■    "-■-:   "      "'"' *'e''  ''  "-   ""-"""'
L   Insiinetiir.  •    steam  -   uml   lul"s;   ""■"'"•'"*'"-■•" ' sl  plauted
Maehlncrv,     ml.     lln    Steu      tluile.     "   '   '   ' ■ ' "  '"■1 '   i;      :' ',:'"1"   ""•»«
  miles frum i .nil tn11  j,i i ii .,
um post plunteil ut iin- nniiii -j l«r month.
luspeetlull Act, I'."l     ,'il   lie : ddal the
I'arliulii.-i.t   I I,.ijiiii..-.   \    '.ii iu in-
meuclnii on  Monday   June 24th,  llio;.
Application and insti'uetiou tiirius can
In-    liltil    nil   application    In    lli,
s|n|H-ll, til vviinni    tin'   I. .I'lll. f   lllllst    lie
ivlui'imd, .-ni i-i-i-ilv llin"i iii.   liiil
than J 17tli,   Salarii -.-I nimul-Ii'i
i UAXHUODK   LAND DISTRICT     Lusi MirneVot"tlni'laTr Ueeme "*a"s. "It'ilioI' JOHN   I'li' li.
Districl of Kootenay. Crow's Nosi 1'im I. ir Co    thenee wesi     i    Chi.
Tul.e   in,tic  tlml   'I'lm  Crows   .N,-st   ISehalnsinlelleuBoiuTlOcl'ni
Nee Wi siuihisi
111 les fl ..ii, I ,n.,11,-II. mm line   n,,.,    eusl
.-:   li   ..ii.is   timlier   licence,   Ihonee
imi'ii. mi i'liiiiiis, then ust so chains,
theneu -.um 811 chains, thonee wesl  mi
,i lis ■-. jmiiii nt commencement, eon.
. i in iii-t'i- more "i .- as,
Victor A. Rollins
Dated Mny nil,. ij.iiT, 10
iherCo., Lid., ol Wardner, It
('., intends in applj turn special tlmbei
llenncc over Hm rollowlnii  ileserl	
lumls:
Ciiniiui'tminn nt u post   pluntetl  20
illllills   ll.-I   nl   mill-   |in-l  Nn.  I iiii III.'
-lllllil    l.iulliillll'}    nf   l.nl     IMIIi.    I ll.'li.'.-
null so ,-iniin-. thenco wesl "0 eliains
Mnyao, mil.
l'l  I     I   ,I,  Us,,|l
I IIA\ lll.'l ii IK  I.ANH IH.-TIIIIT
Dlstrictol Koolonny
Tiihu notice nun Potor Joliiun, ol Wnsn  oc
iiniillon, prospoctur, IntonUa
apply i.u ii
special iiiui..'.  license over Llie lollowliiii .1.
llmlii'i-  Ill Sll ,-liniiis. tin-  cast   Sll J,. ,i |„„a,
■liuiiisai,mii in in,, umuili of Cur  reo
linin- in  ph I i-i .unii. iii'i'ini-nl uiul
i-niit.lining OJO acres 'n nr In--,
Tiii'iinii-Ni's,iM,.i ,i,cri'„„Ltd.;;:;;;;;.:;:;"l;i::;l";;;;rl;l,.;:.:;,;;';:1:,!:'
Ji - McLaren, Agent    i ,„„,„ ,,,
Muv Unil, ll'tir. ^1  uerusi.in
vi,iv imili 1"
<i   iiii.i ...uliilii
I'.'li-r .l-ii-i-ii.
•iiiiiii'
I-ll
llll- Sluiili'
I'.niliiu ,l-» ill.
Dutcil .lulu' HHi
CIIANIIHOOK I.ANll DISTRICT
Dislriel -.r Koolenny,
Tuko notice ihul I'ctor Luml ol Wnriluor, n
0., occuimlion Liiniboi , Inloiuls to iip|il)
lor ll spoclli! Umber license over Hi- [ollowlnii
lleserilieil Inii'l-
Commenolog ut " post plantcil at lho unrili-
vv.-si comer ol luu r.'u. iin.im 1. Ibence Booth 811
i-liuins, ilii-ii.-.iv.'sis...Iiuius more or less tn
llll' Kust It.iini.ili'V nf .It-will's pill'.'liiisi'. llli'lli'i'
north sii i-luiiii- moro or less ti  south  line
nf Cot l.clronp I. iiii'iu'i' 'u-i n. Hu' suuthousl
enrner ef l.nl I. Ilii'iii' I, thenee nortli lu the
suulli Hue "I Lot '.'. Uroup I. llii'iii'i'enst In
poilltof rniniiii'ili'i'iui'iit. mul I'liiiluiniiie iilioul
illlO ucros, nlui'i' nr less.
Peter l.mm.
Huii'ii .imu' mii. imu. -'i
CIIANIIHOOK I.ANIi DISTRICT.
Dislriel ol Kootonuy.
TuliO notice thulThoniu. A   lluiru, ..I Chip-
muil. New liiiinsiiii-k ii.Tiipuiliiii lumber-mill.
Inteuils to npply fm u special llmlici l nee
ovor the following ilescrlboil lumls:
CommcncliiK nt n post plnutcil ul ibe nortli
essl i-oriu'r nf Lol i-IM. I tl'oup 1. Kooteuuy Ills-
irii-t. Ibouce suulli inn chains, tlience eust lu
elniins. tbcbco north lito i'liuins. thonee west le
i'liiiins to point uf commencement, nml roiituln
Ing 010 acres inun' nr loss.
Thomas A. Unlril.
Dutcil Mny smth. IWf. -1
ORANRKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OK KOOTENAY.
Tuke mull'" lluit Williutn Nolson ut Wnrdnor
ocoupallon Inbouror Intonils tn apply fm- iiit-
inlsllon t" purchuse tin- following ilescrlboil
limit
CommonotllB nt n post plunteil nt Hu- norlh
enst corner nf Lot .11:1.1, Iln-iii'i- iiiiilli sn ,-li„i,is.
thonco wesl in i'liuins. II ee snnili SU i'liuins.
thonee ensl lo ehnlns tn poinl or commencement,
llllll i-iinlaiiiliiBMl'ii'i'-.i r loss
William Nolson,
DaioilJiinollth. IDO*- '-'
ORANHUOOR LAND DISTIlll'T     ]
Dislrict of Kuiili'liiiy,
Tiilm nulii'i' tlmt   Vi. A- Rollins, nl   I
Craubrooli uiipatlon   hotolkeoper,  "
Intonils in upply fur a spmihil tlmbor
li 1, vim Hm following ili-si'i'llinil  -
lumls:
Commencing ut   st  planloil	
mul uiiu lmil inlleH illatunl mul in 11
southerly illreotlon from  Lol 0100 un
St. Mary's rim mil'' llllll a half
frum east lino ol Lol 151)2, then u-i
sn ehnlns, theueo -nuiii su nliulna,
thoneo weal su chains, Ihoneu nortli NO
cllalns In pninl ul  nni'-imi-liu-lil.   mul
containing 040 aerus :i r losR.
.Vllllant Allan llollins
Duieil May 21, li"'"' '-'1
Mnyath, nor, 'a     CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District 1,1 Kootenay.
kn notice tlmt  Tho Crows   Xosl
11,   Pass Lumber Co., l.nl.. nt U'lirduoi'. II
1',. int.mil- lo upply For 11 special timber
following   diiscriliud
1,. lands:
west corner 01 lho Boston Timber Licenco No       Commencing  nt   11   post   plunteil   2n
ll'Ilil: theueo norlh Sll elmlns'.  thenee nest SO   elinin. vv'.-l uiul 20 chuins lliil'lll III   llm
cliniu.i ilionoo south 80 ehalnai thonco oust 80 mirllmii-i  'tier of llmbor li.  Nu.
illltll tlmni'i' wi-i luu i'liuins. llience
ninth 40 chuius, Ihenee ensl Kill eliains,
11 thence north lOchains in llm point nt
-niiiiiu iii'.'iimui uml containing mo
acres more or less.
Tho Crows Xosl Puss LumborCo., l.nl.
James McLaren, Agenl
May 3rd, 100". il
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dislriel nf Kn uny.
'I'niil' inilii-.' tl'iu mis Slupli's. ui Wyrllftu,
l'.,, lu'i'iipiiiiun. lumberman. Internal to npi „  ,
torn .pecliil timber licence over llio following   ,;,,.„ v,,,.  lh
ilesi-rilii-il liimls.
I'ninnu'iii'iiie nl n post plumed nt tbo nortl
west corner nf Hu- Boston 'l'l mbor Licenco N
ehnlns to point uf commencoinont. umt
liilnlug uln urn's, more nr less.
Otis Slupt
MnylSilh. ran.
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT-
lilsirlet nr Kootonuy.
'I'ulii' nulii'i' Hint Olis Smplea. of Wyollffe, B.
r.. iii'i'iipuiiiiii. lumberman, Intonils lonpply
fur n spoclul limber llconcu ovor tbo following
ileacribeil lauds:
Commencing nt u post platueu nt the south,
west corner of the Boston Timber lleenee Nn
83119: thoneo wosl su ehulns: tlience south 80
uliulns: ilicni usl sn ohnlns: thence mirth
an chuins in point ol cnmmenccineiit. ulnl containing 1H0 ucros. nmi rlcss
Otis .Slnplos.
May mih Itm-*. ~1
CRANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
Districl uf Koolenny,
'I'ulii' notice nml mis suiploa of Wycliffe. H
i'., occupation, Luinbormnn, tnu-iuls tn apply
rni 11 spoclul timber licet ovor llu- followlns
ilesi-i'iliei] llllills:
Cominoticlng ut 11 poBI plunteil ui tin' northwest corner of tho Boston Timber Licence Nu
,l'.':l'.i: Iln-iii'i'  Hi sii i-lininsj Hum 11st su
i'liuins: Hmiii'i' suulli so ehulns; tlieneo ivosl sn
i'liuins tu pninl nf commencement, nml contnlii-
Otis staple:
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
District "i Kootonuy
Ttilii! u-i-tlmt,Iniin I-'. Bridges, nf Cninbrook,  ocoiipntton   Lumhormnn, Intonils  tu
apply tor s special llmbor li ce ovor tho m:
lowing ilesoriueil lumls
rum ini'iu'i 1111111 ii fust plunteil-10 cllalns soiiili
nf Hu- HOtltliousl cornor.>i Lot us";!, tlionco ensl
nm ehtihis, thenoe south 10 ehnlns. thei  wi -1
10 chains, thonoo south 80 ohnlns, tlience wesi
-lu i'liuins. thonee north 80ehnlns. tbence west
to i'liuins. theueo nortii in ehnlns Inpolntof
commencement, uml cnntnltifng DUO neres, more
1,1 loss.
.Iniin I'. Ili'lilei's
llnliil Mny'iSlli. ran. -'::
Quong Yuen Company
Cranbroolt, H.C.
Hup Yuen is 110 longer 11 pai'tnci'of
lie above 1 iompauy and said I lompan.v
s mil liuiiii' for debts incurred liy said
lop Yuen. All debta owing said tirni
•ti to lui paid In 1 fining Yuen Company
Datuil May Slat, 11107,
1
CRANHROOK LAND DISTIlll'T
Dislriel nf Kootonay,
Take until''' thai W. A- Rollins nf
C nm bri 11 iii occupation hololkoeper
Intonils I" api'lJ'   ''"'" epeolnl llmhov
lien ivei' the following  deserll	
lands'.
Commoueing nl a 1'oal  |ihuitotl 	
and nin' half mllos distant mul   in  11
HOtltborly (Hi li"11  '''om   Lol  ulilll uu
St. Marys river iiiul.u Ilo and 11 hall
from Kasl lino of Lol IWI2, thoncu wosl
HO ehainBi thenco soutli SO elmlnsitl 0
nasi, Sll chains: tlioneu nortii so uhiilns
1, lnt, nrcnininoiH'.uinunt,iii ntaln-
Ing IWO acres, ro '"' I'—.
William Allan Rollins.
May'.'I 1001, -'
Cordwood for Sale.
I iim proparod in supply, good
ilry stovo wood, in any length or
ipuuitiiy.    l'''i'v 'll,,|'s   witl'
(1. T. Rogors, ilin gr '', Beale
At Elwell.
li'. S. Huron
IMPORTANT NOTICt
Pleuso lake nollce thai  on nml after
iiii,- 1st.   rni-   Hm   time   limit   ill   llll
'lUIU'l'siili I   tlm    Coilipilliys     Intli.'    ''
llsluncc lines -lmil lie lim inlnules.aiul bl
um Imlf ml.' extra fm' every live i
,,iiiii:.- nr fi'iicllnn Iheroiif nfior  tl
Craubrook Tele|ihonoCo,, Llil
May ilni. 1007.
I'KANIllilinK  LAND DISTRICT
District nf Kootenay,                     1 iianiihook land distkii 1
'I'iiii.- notloo ihul  Tlm Crnwa   Nost hi,i,„i ,,1 i< „;,v
i'uss L,,,,,i,,.,'ii,..i.,,i',iw,,,',i,,,.r.iit'.i,i,;;::;:;,:i;1'';,;;,.;^^
Intends to apply   Inr a  speeial   timber   lin.ljor license nver 'I.,-  lulliiiviiie
licence over tlm  following   describod
liinils:
('ommenclng nl  11  pnsl   plunteil   '-'11
chains west of Mile Posl .Nn. 8 mi the
simili  Houndury nf Lol   MilKI,   thoi	
south 80 chains: ihonee wusl SO chains!
thenco north 80 ehnlns: them usi su
'linins tu place nl cimiMii'iu'i'iimiil  und     May ao, un
containing till) acres more or luss.
The draws  Nesl   Puss  Lumber Co.. CHANBROOK LAND DISTRI
District „l Koolonny
'•' 'I'lilm not1-
iputloii. n
is 'nn: 1 iitvn 1 i.i nr nf KAS'i
KOilTKNAY   ll"l.HI'.N AT l.'KANBRlllll'
In I'i
Mun ,  -1,, n in .,ii, 1. .  1      tin   ru
..1 April  1*11   '   ...1	
1 ■■ IU i-li..' In
1 orgasm    1...;■........   -
i..i Dial iioriiini   1 -.   .
,-,h,i..i ■ . ■'■• 1  ■, tm l "tl 1
i„, mil i-l-.,        „|
lull' nl A in,- 11,11 ,    ..I '  '
Ki 1    .i.'i' hll      ■      U-ili'.'iii.i-'l
 -,■ III ,1.    l-i   :-''■'.        '   '     llll
-ij'Ii.'.I
1 .... , |„ ... i, un it.   .-, pnssi ... .1 . '     '
l.ui.'in   i . Ihi'ilcecll	
,1. ,- mi,.I
IA. .'  I'ri'illlor nr iiiinn 1	
,.,.ll,|. ,,    :-..,    ■ -t  11, '
liilcol i.-  iln        :
in,, l.t.lay ..I July 11 cr.'il lollei
uililresaeil 1   lliennili-i
: -. iiiiiI lhe lull par li-iilnis
CRANHROOK  I.ANll DISTRICT.
Di tricl ..1 Kootenay.
Tuke :,.,.'.■ thai I tVllliuin s. Uell id
■■-.j. Veterinary surgeon, Intend
■ .    .    :  .     .,,.,-,.   1,1.:.ill,   li
ihe liiliiivv-
Innd      '   ■   tin im.iu ir .t
pusi phi uu the Little Mo}     ■'. ■■
ibont I sinitl nl 1",    . .' .1
east   11    I i      1'...   '    itiel
west Sii      , tis,  Ihenee
IIOI'I  , -I'       ... -    -,.   ■ I. iiiii-.
''mi aim     soehall ' -     u
'■1      ,     -   1 :■
11,11.ui
iu
CRANBROOK I.ANll DISTRICT
Dislriel u! Kootenay,
Take  Ice Hint  The   Crows  Xosl
l'n- Lumber Co.. I,hi., nf Wardner, 1'..
1'.. Intends to upply for a special timber
licet  nmi' tlm  fallowing lleserilieil
lumls:
Commonolng nl it post planted ut tlm
uun invest corner nt timber licence Nn.
nuiii. thenee wesl Id chains, thence
smith luu i'liiiiiis. thence ensl -III chains,
thence north llio chains to Hm poinl nf
commencement nml containing 040
acres more or less,
The Crows Nesl Pass Lumber Co., l.nl.
.Iiiiim- McLaren, Annul
Muy •Ind, 1007. JI
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Districl nf Kootonay.
Take notice Hint Tlm Crows Nesl
Puss Lumber Company, Lid., nf Wui'il-
imi'. B.C., Intends In apply for 1 speeial
timber llcoi ver the following lleserilieil lumls:
Commencing nt 11 post planted ul tlm
southwest corner nf Umber licenco Nn,
"SIS, llience snntli -ID eliains, thonee
easl luu eliuiiis. theueo north 40chains,
llii'lieu west I'lu uiiuins lu   Hm   pollil   nl
I'liiiinii'iti'i'timtit    mul     itaining   lilt)
ueres nun r less.
The Crows Xosl Pass Lumber Co., Ltd.
.In s McLaren, Agont     '
April '.'.Mil, 100",
NOTICE.
Notice i- hereby given  Hint  thirty
ays nlii'i' ilni,' I Intend in apply to tlie
  Iimi   Commissioner   uf    Lmuis   ami
inn i.niaii, Manager  Works nl Vlclorln, II. C, fur n liconce
prospect for coal mul potrolomn nn
n following dosci'ibud  lmuis. situate
Ulock   l-'ilili.   Sollthount   Kiiiilenuy
itlsh 1 olumlilni Ciiiiiulii
uml .'..i.iniiiiiii"
I'.'l.'I'.ll'IISI.ll
III
May -ml 11107.
.lum,is McLaren Agenl
Islonpplyforiispi'clii]   Liniin-i
M.1TICK    'l'n    I -I'l'S   uf     LAWN
,-i:i:\ ni*..
.':i     Wator iiiii-t  nut  im used  lur   lawn
pill'pilSCS   I'iiiiii   Hm llOUl' nf !' ll.lll.   lu   1
p.m. inl ufter Jllllii 1st, luu;.
Craubrook   Wilier Sup ply Company.
minis
Cotniiiouclng ni ii u-i.i nin
CRANDROOK  LAND DISTUICT.
Ilisirict nl Kootenay. eusl cornor pnsl ol License No
Take  notice  thill   'I'lm  Prows    \,.S|   *'elmlns: thenee nnrth  linins: llience en
Puss LumborCo . I nl.i.l'Wnnlimi'.lI.r. j ]",thi!iM?i™i^
lleenee over lim following   described nri™
lumls:
Commonelng' ul  u  pnsl   pluuleil   L'n
eliuins wusl uf Mil,, Post Nu.   li nn   llm
-unlli lim- uf Lui l-V.tii, thenee soulh 80
chains; thoneo wesl su chains: llience
nortli su eliuins: thenee oasl Sll eliains
ml  uun:.-! snnili
.1 11'-.llill.
■Muy Hlsl, IHO?,
In tile pnitll Of comitlOllCGIllonl ullil i
mining U-lll ueres mure or luss.
Tlie Crows  Nesl   Pass  Lumber Co.,
Ltd.
Mny Isi 111117,
HI .In s McLaren, Agenl
I'll \NllI!i)flK  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kooii'iiny.
Tnko nolico Hint Arthur I'., fonwlck
I.ANIi NOTICK.
Tuke nollce Hint sixty days after dale,
I the "undersigned, Intend in apply to
thaC'lilofCoinmissIonor of Lumls ami
Works ai Victoria, II. C. for permission In purchase ilie following desorlbed
Lntiils in Kasl Kuiili'liiiy:
Commencing at a posl planted mi tin
nast.'im boiindarj uf Lol Nn. :i::s, st
eliuiiis iinrlli of Hm Suiiili-i-iisi cornel
n! tlm -uiil luu  uml  ruuning  'tli si
chains, thence easl 40 eliuins.  Hum',
suulli sii chuins,   thonee   wesl    forts
-   uiiuins lo place uf I'lilnnmtiei'iiii'ii'
of  Fori    Stoele,    llritish    Columbia.      Dulud April lilh., 1907
Rancher intends to apply for a spoolal   p; Pred. W,  Rnriross
tlmbor licet over llm following iln-
cribed lumls;
Commenoing nl a post planted ut tlm
Suulli wu.-i u ii'iier nt P. Ki'lley's preemption survuy mi I'mir Mile Creok,
thenee south 30 eliains: llionco west llll
clialns: thence north 70 cliuius: theuce
misl 7.H .'linins: iimi suulli 40 eliains:
tlionee east 40 chains to plai I  n-
inenei'iiiciit  and containing 040 ueres
 iv nr luss.
Arthur 11. Penwick.
May 3rd 1007. il
*' Water Clauses Consolidation Act
■i
,i in Hm matter ■ application .mii i
Section i7 nf llm sniil A.'I lij   llm   lillsl
''  Kouii'iiii.v Power n .iglil  Conipans
Limited (holdersol I:.'.'nni No. nil hu
2.1.0011 Inches of Witter .mt  ol  Ihu Sl
:l Marys Rlvor granted tlm Sth. day o
May Iiiiii'., for permission in elmngu tin
pninl of Ji',,'i-i..i I tlm rseol llu
ilil.-lii's. and Humes, in points  ir tl
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Koolenny.
Take notice Dun Arthur 13. Punwlek
d    Furl     s in   British   Columbia,
lliinchor intends to upply for u s| inl
limber liconce over Um following des-
irlbcil lands:—
Cptuiiieneliig at a poal |)lantetl 40
'linins norili nf tlm Southeasl corner of
l.oi ti.*i7:i Croup i.  Kootonay district,
liell.'i'east so,-li.-.ius: llielii-u suulli 80
eluiius: II u wusl  Sll  eliuins:   llmliuo
norili su eliuins: to iim poinl of commencement mul containing iI4ii ueres
more or less.
Arthur B. Fonwlck,
Mny 3rd 11107. 21
CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Kootenay.
'I'iiii, ii,.im. Hun I Harry  Hii irk,
uf Moyie, niisiunis ollleer, Intend in
upply for permission lo obtain u special
limber licence over Hm following described lands: Commencing ut u pusi
pluniiil   mi llu- Littlo Moyie   River,
aboul  Hu  miles from Cloatfell, uml
mm milu easl  from  Billiards timber
liconce,   Hmiii'i'   wusl Sll elinin-, Hm	
soutli 811 I'liiiiiis. Ihenee easl 80 chains,
ihenee nurlli 80 cliulns lo pninl ofcum-
nmiieeini'iii. conuiiiilng 040ueres more
ur less.
Hurry Dimiiiock
Duieil .Muy lilh. IUU7. lu
I'lJANllltlllilv  I.ANll lUSiTlill T
Dlslrlulul Kooteiuiy.
Take notlco Iluu .lului I', Bridges nt r'roti
brooli. B.C. Mill M UIi'l. in'U'liils in npply nn
n special tiuuii-i- liconce over llie following lies
orlbeiUumla:-
ruinini-ui'iiie ut.i< pnsl pliiutcil ul ilui north-
oust cornor ui Lot (Hill, thenco suulli litOohalns
theneu cnsi 111 ehulns, thenco nui'tli Ulo ohulns
llieueo nesl -lUuhiiina In tin- poiutotcoinmonci
mom uiul eontulnlng 010 acres mure nr less.
John ]■'. Ilililai's.
Muy Sim. 1001 i.
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTRICT,
Dlstrictol Koolenny.
I   Talio nolico iluu ,lului F. Brlilgos of Crnn-
tlml  thirty br , ti c. MM Malinger Intends iply i™
lays lifter  dale   1   illl-llil   to  upplv   Hi ! " s|ieelul iiiiil,-.' llienee over Itm follnun.n.l.-s.
i cribed lumls
o Chlof Commissioner ol Lands ami |   ,.    '           ,    	
i'li-ul Vlctluln. I',. I . (ur  a   liunil	
NOTICE.
Nni inn  is   Imri'liv   given
iu    i,uun     -i.uiuntisi,    ixni.iiniii, .        ,   .                   .    .                                            , i-iuii u uiniisj                                                                      I 11I1K   ll-ilil   nil   II   ui.iinii   in    uu- iiiiiii
Hrltlahl iilumhlii: Ciinnda: "   .       .".'','''"    '""'    ""  '   '■'""'" '*""•' »' " i""1 i'1"1" <*«****> «M paymunl together with uli costs ol  ,,, k. tl„.llt,   ..,,.,, mo chains, thoneo
I..   C living ul  u  pusi   plunteil """"""     ' '' "'   * ""      "eonca noril  so ohalns oast of llio norlh ea.1 advertising, is paid   wltliln  thu  time ,„ul|, 40 eliuins. tbenee ,a»t 100 ehains,
iidjneoni   tu tin' Soul st   corner  of! " l"'"s|"".'.' '"'.""". "'"   '"' ''"!"""'   ,"\ m™,"0 °'Oh''|0 i",, mS'oTorih '"ehaliu   above stated your Inleresls ,e said ..      .....      |0 chuins to the poinl  ul
P.   fiiiin-i 'a eluim,   l.m   11009,   mul j .',',.!.' ",",'i'-'" 'sl'i 'i|"'i*-"i" V!,ni'   '•'" ' ""' st In elmln. to tho point of com-   elalnissball lapse to the mtdersiu ■        ,    , , ,., ,„    ttm|    eonialnlng   040
liulnp  iim Niirih-ivi- 'imi- of .Inei ''"'.\ ,'.'',"'   ,'."",!    '"'.'     *■'""'"'•>*■  „, nt mnl nuiii'nin in ii- iiii.r.. in- im. I of said expundllun acres more ol   ess.
I',,,,, us.irli.cal .nm astolghty l"'"lhl't"1 Wu, Canailui ,„»» .,-,„. ,,.„,,.,„,, , .,.,,   , M ,,„.,, „,. u,,|r
Corporation of tho City of
Cranbrook.
IIY-LAW  N'O. 7.
,\ lt\.|.inv iiiiiHi'-iiii,' ii dog tux unci for iho
[•sttibliflliinH ni ii Pound nnil Dm ru«ii1nl1nn
Uioroof.
Public Notice in heroby tftven tonwnopHoi
dogK who havo noi yol puld tin1 City 'ift: tux
tlmt on nnd uf lor tlio lii-sidiiyof July, vmi;. u„.
nnivisloii*-    n(    lln-    Hi,,,.,,     ,iv l.iiu   will h.'
STIMCTI-V KNI'lHtCKD.
Tims.   K.-lii'i'Is.
cityuiork.
OIIANHHOOK liANU IHS'l'ld'"!'
IH-irici.-i Kootonuy.
TftHo nolico liml.I I-' lii'i'ipi'v oi Cri'iihiniiri
II. a MlllMiuuigorliitPiiilHtoti|iplyfoniH|iocliil
Urnliur liconoo ovor tho following dowrlhnij
I Is:
C'nintnoiiolrigiit ii |)i.Ht plumed nl tho mm tli
tvoHlcornorof A. Itooko'n llmlior liconoo Mo
10911. iiii'iu'i' DiiHl i'i ulinliiNi thonco loulh ll
ihnini. thonco oust 8t) cliiiliu   thonco iouUi H
-hulns. Hiei wobi liiOohiilnf, tlionoo norlh mii
thn Ins in ih*' noi nl nf commence mom mid con.
dining olOncrtmrnDi-o or h-ss Hiibjcci to iho
■Ightsof thoownorinf fjutH HI, PJOD, 7W),1, nmi
1103,
May 8ist( ".hi;.
John i''. Ilrl
uiiu-.  iiii'iu'i- miiiiIi   oi^lltj    ''luiiiis
In-l  W'UHl «'i-lil\ I'lllUllM, till'IR'OllOrtll
•lp;l)l,\  ''liiiin- i" i-l;  n(  li.^iiiniiij,
rjontainltifj 040 acres moi t* less,
l.niviwii this Htli -l:i\ of Mny. IH07.
.inr TaniiliatiMor, Louatur,
iii'n. M. .linl.l. Atfont.
[2.)   Commcnulng mi  a  |iunt  planiod
atljacum in tlio nut'tliotiHi  'nor post
ol .1, n. Gordon's ulalin, l-ol  IHIDB, uml
ln-itin iin Initial or north-weal corner
posl nf W. M. Violott's locntl honco
oust oiglity chains, tiionce son th oiyhtv
iliains,  Iiii'iu'i-   wosl    i-i'/lily   ''Imiiis
c< nun 'lieiug at a posl   planted  art-
im I tu the aonthoasl 'nor nl  Isiiuc    M"y',1|riU!l"i'
lirl-'a-lai...   l.n.N,,.i,S.;s.il„,l   hoilltf OIMNIIIWOK LASP UrOTIUCT.
Ullil  lllllilll ul' Niil'lh-liust I'lll'lliT |l(isl lit lllali'lil ill l.iiiiliiiiiy
A' V. Caltlwoll  I..uui iim,  limn.'.' imsi!   .I-,,],,. „„,„,,. ,!,„, ,,,,,„ r  iiriiima nl Craa
oiglity uiiuins,   tliuni'i'   snnili   oiglity ' innl,k it r. Mill ,M,',iiii«ci'iiiii'i.Us inni,).iv ...
uiiuins.    liinil.'.'    wesl    1'blill     uiiuins l'i»|i''.'l.illlnil'''rlli'i'iii'iii.ii'rlluili.II..u '''-
iliuiii'i' uui- Iglity I'liiiiiis iii place nl ''".'"'I,"",!"''
lioginnlng. unntalnlng
mn uncus inui'i
l.n.'iil.'il Mill   IStll, IIIII7.
A. 'I', lulilwull. I.i. nr.
lloo, ,\l. .Imlil. Annul.
ilin suulli.'.i ii ' iii ii I    iirlilifu'i
il'lillc 'i uu It") I.H.. I
I Unl,IT III'.  '
llllll  Sillllll  l<
I llli'lli'i' llllllll   U
in Iinliil ..I.	
nrrra mnru nr I
I'lUMIKmik   I.ANH DISTRICT
District ul Ki.-'i.'ii.i)
i uu.    , •      timi i Idlwanl i m. ll. ul
^1"." •■ I 'tni',  '■•'  i|t      "i
ih.','i',','r',','"',u',,'.'., z ,". 'ilin.!
; -,     I,iiiiuin.,,,uii.   .,-. .1    j,..in,ml
li llm I.illli■ .Mini.   II  .. i   ui,,,,'   ,i I..'
uili' mi'.:  ..I   II lliaril" Itcumv, tholn e
..nil, SU i'linin.
hniii'ii nortli s,
llllills'1„ |„,i,,l
nn.
I ,'llllll,-.  llll'l   IM'-I     SO
i.l   uuliiliii'lli'i ll,i'lll. 1*011-
nlii|i nl,.,un- mure or I.—.
I.u,'..ll.I  I'lll'l'll
lateil Mu;, i,'I,, 1IHI7, 10
CliAMII K  LAND DISTUICT.
Dislriel uf Kootonay.
Xn.   I,
'Iiii  II,,i'   I. .Inl.II   V.    Illi.l'J.-
..I IV.mi,  .-. ll.C. mill   uiiin.i.'i'i'.   In-
imil   iu niipn   for  ii   -| inl  timlier
lieuni'i   io  i- iim  rolloivinn   lleserilieil
ilni,..-:
l„,s,    |,|,,,lml   20
r
illli'lius uiul lliinius. tu |nuii!a  nniir  um!   ,
huH.il of llm Ku.'li t'niiyiiii iil'unl   hull   II ti '"  '" ' """   !''.'",'" "v,', "i
"in" "i' ''iv"'' «•"" "■" l'i'i'ii'l"','l!unn,7,!.r,i!.17!!!T,,nl;li,i;';i',lm'l,.;,!!',,i
ii,'ilin Railway  Hrliloe over llie Sl,
Marys Hiver near in.'l.m Wyellire, 11
II. C,
Take notiuu iluu lhe salil ii|i|iliual
has heen liiml anil mn Im -- ,   nl
olllee in lliu till of I Iranbrook I Hint I   ™
ohjeell hereto shall ho liiml  i ,\   ,ho
sui lim'nn nr 1.,'l.ii'u llm l.'iih. ilny ol i ,|1M
Juno "im. ii I..ui n 'Iny im' hearing wllll,,,.,,
besot.
i-u in tlie ll.C. liazelte ni
ap-HOxl-
SOlltll ll,  'Iiu -illilllU.I 'lli'l'llt   I.i.i  IHIS
lli.'iu .,-   In eliains, thenee  suulli   Ml
i'llllilla. liuiiii' IVOSI   Ilill i'llllill-.    H .'llm'
IU n! uili-. thellue nusl Sll  I'liiiiiis.
II   is   rui|iiii'i'<f   Hun   lhis   notiee   l'n
luililishml iii   Innl nsueitllve  weeklj
Issuesofil news|i.ip, ihli-hml in  tl,,'
Cily "I I'raiiliroiik uuu  Hint  u eo|i)  ol
this notiee   hu serveil un nil  liohliin
nf Water i'e ils uiul owoers ul  Iiiiii] i
Whose rights i I'"   ellei'lell   hi   -nul,   '"   IJ'" '*   """■>■■    '    '"Ul""
! Umber urniser iiiiuiuls m uiiiilv lor u
eliango.
Mn.l ITlli. 1007.
I'll \ NHI.'OIII'   I.ANII DISTUICT.
Dislriel ul Kootonay,
liiilml in (,'ranhi k, ihi- 8th. iluy ul
Muy 1007.
.1. V. Armslrong.
Assi-lulit ('..liiini-iiiin lul Lntiils anil
Works  lur  llm Suiill
tins' l; mil.
'"   "' '.I'll linn    from   u   post
„peeial limber li ver llio follow.
Ingihiserilieil lanilsi
Commeneingnl u |».-' |iianleil un in.'
muill hi,in; ,,l Ihu South Fork    ul   IiuIII
k ul,..jii  ■_'    mil.- in un easterly
hu  east
tlarj uf I in 1601 markeil '-Hm. -tl.'.
ui iim Yahk trail nn u hraneh ol  '...1.1
iu k. thenue nusl  luu chains, Ihenee
-mull lit .-I,nin-. then usi luu elmins,
ihei  norili   lu uliiiin- in iim poinl nf
uumiiii'iii'uiui ni   nml    eonlatniiig    040
"  neres nioru ur less.
il'j Monroe I'. Iin Wolf
us     Muv 7th, 1007. -I
siluiilu   mi   Hm   liiviiln   belWI     IVllsll    !	
iiiiiI  [lini'itu ui'u.'ks  in Hie Fort Sleele     CRANBUOOK  LAND DIST1UCT.
Mining Division of Kast Koolenny  His- District ol Kooienay.
tricl in the I'i'iiviii ' Urliish Colum-     -y..^,. ,,,,,„,,. ,hut Monroe I', lie Well
Iiii'i nl  I'.niiii.r- Ferry,   Idaho, oeriipntinn
NOTICE.
Tn  Margaret   A.  Koitn,   Kd.   Foril,
Owen -I -iiiui Frllz lleholx.kl, mul lu
nuy other parly nr parlies in wh Hm
aforesaid pirsons mny have Irai
furred I.i- m- lier iuteresl in llio "!'
ifendur * Mineral C
Take notiee thai you are liorel
qnirod within ninety days from tlio Uperinl
lirsl pnblieation of lhis notieo in pay to [„„ ,|,.s
Ihu iinilui'sijjni'il Hm sum of l-iiuii
Ii und rod dollars beinji tlm amonnl  e.v
'Ilileil liy hilll nil Viuir i
lonpply lorn
ur llm  Inl ow-
uiiiii,"' u i . ui u post plnnleil ou Iho
uni'ili bunk e South Fork nf Cold
,,'iium. ,,,> nmi..u .....ii Inleresls In the  ,.,.,, u .,,:.,,,   i    raIles in nn   easterly
■uiil mineral elniins,  since   the  year direct] om a post on llio east bouiul-
001, for assessraenl work. ,„.v „, |.,,, ,.',i,| mmkeil Win. 40c. on the
And furthor take notice Hint unless Yj'il k trail on u branch uf tho Gold
Id payment together with all costs ol   ,,, k. ;,,,,,,,,   west I lialns, thonco
iiiiilui'   ,
thu  Mineral  Am   Ainoiidinuiil   Am
unit
Dated ihi- uih ilny ul Mny- A.II . I'm.'
Alej   I'.,,-',!,
lu
.Inluit'. llrlilRii
I liml Mill  lllll, imi'.".
W. M. Viuh'll. I ii
CliMNIlllllllh   1,1
hlsllli'l nf Smnll I
i'llllllia.   liml     imsi    uieiiiv    uiiuins,
thoneo nnrth eighty ehains in pin |   UllANIlltOOK   LAND DISTUICT. :   Miiyiut
boglnnlng, eonlaliilne mn neres mora Dislriel nl Kootenity.
or loss. |    Take nollce Hull   I  Ouorge  H.il. uf
Is'iirr  mu,   I'lii'liiur int.unl lu applj Inr
  peruilnsl Iilaln u s|ieclal  lb r   "
  M.,Imlil, Agenl,     i;,.,.  ,,,,.,■ ih,' follnwlnu   describod n„»
111.1   (' nicliig nl  n  |.u-i   planted  lands: lomii
ailjaeonl to tlio s h-ei 'ner ol M. '    Comineiiei t u nusl plnnleil nl  Hm    ''"""""'"""'  ,,,..„,..,...,. ,,,,, .     ^
l.iinglu.v's elalni, l.nl   01107,  uml  holng ' mu Hi uii-i cornel ul Hm wesl lim- nf ""oul°40°clmlnJ'"nnWl"nlThn "il|i|"'r'cnll''™['ln'! " *1""'l;l''
lho Initial or Binilh-ttes 'iter posl  nl fj. Millard, and aboul   In ehains mirth  onnjni  ilui Mitln Moylu nivnr   iiu-ii.. ■'"'" ""'
iiu... M   .Inilii-  lii.'.iiinn.  Him usi   or the Initial |iost of tl -i Ileal I » i' "• i'"' • 0"'i'»i  '"' "i   s,.„i
ulghtj   clialns, iiii'iu'i'   iini'Hi   eighty   the said (Ieo. Milliard, thoi  wosl  so l1™"*"   Ul"m,! *""* *" ''''"'"' ""; '"'"""'
•I.nin-.  Hiu    «.-i   eight)   ehains,  chains, Ihiniee north 80 eliains.  tlie  ['Jjj,™ J,",,1,','"""'i,'"',iuiih ^.'n'onvitan*.
ihenue        if       night)        ehnlns  uiual SO ehuins, ihuneo south 80 clialns lo  iiennan: iim '..mi i  ».'si  m,,   ,,i u
o plu f beginning   italnlnu  nin  ,,| fiaint iieoinent, uoiilnliiliiu lllll lluliim'a   lu'i'imu;   iluuicii nnrili  nai uliiilm:
, ' , • il.i'iiii'ivi'M in in,. |,l ullicKlniilim,,'IHllllll
llul'es' 'oorless, acres mot r less. ,   „ ,.-.„,,„,.,„.,,,,.-
Loeatod May llth, 1007,                                                          ' Dull. Hiiwnnlrnvuil
53 2! ,;,.„. m. ,|mm. Locator. Datad May 141b 11)07, l'I       mm „,„ ; .,,
Monroe I'  De Weill
li'..;. di
NOTICE.
'l'n!; i ino i imi alxt) dnysnflerdnle
CItANiiU'i'iii i.ami ,'. i'i un i :   ' lend '," uppl) tu Ihu iin. i t'omtnls-
biairiii nl '  ■■'  aloner ol I'i' le Lands ami  Wnrk- al
nim notice innl I'nul lliimlli'j -j . i.uuiuui    \.,■„,;„ ii r. f0r permission  lo pur-
■'■"> •'"' ""," "/ """'■'    ehaso tlm following deser ,1 Lumls in
in ii,il umlii-i Hi-mice ovei   in.' loilonliiij 1)1   ■
Hi.nl i.ui.u """ J l|,;i"' Kiiotoiinj
■iic-iiiji ;ti ti jm-i   I'laiM'*'!   none
 nulliwi  I I'tiriiernl l-ol IW2I1. Ihtiiicu
-■;i-l 'JU, •(,. HI. *. Hu-  -'Uili iiii   ■•Iniin.-.
Ilirniv Vitfhl ".M i'llllill-. lll.'l c-   'll,   'Jii
mil.,I,,,- In,,1.1.-,',,fliiV'll,im,;;.,■,H,M,,,,,,.'
i ill llii   Smith        t''	
■  f  .
nl Hi- Soul
I     M.Hill     M
■III
i-cl l-.ii  IVih,
Unii. n li. Dnrm
. i ni iiir in.ii
\\|i DISTKII
ml. .1   nl  Un-   S'Hltll       1' mc i' ill ii |"'.I i'lu Ml "I in , |
■    M I., ni. iic-rili   mi i ni . usoti " - "--"ii mii "i I'm ii
I'll   :    -"   ■ li ui        ; 11. in •      I I    Iiorlli *' .*', ■Hi'-.   I lie n re  writ
lurLh lih-linliii   M n'n ■! ■ i'.i-t  ... i'liuins   Mm net    to Lot DTI  ii 0 -.until HO elm llm inn
„orih lOcimlni, ii" ne tvcj.1  an clmiiw more lothc noun imiihof Prtmler t,nk<   'i
,,,   |(!HH In Lil
of t,..l Ulto ll
lllll-lit  I I'!   'I"
I   I ..ill".
olio I 111
ut    It-UN
ii followlni. lho Hon
.1 '  I*'   Mil.'.
nl April IMh
k nfmihl Uke I" ill...- of
Al.lfK LUND
I'  i.l Nh. \i:.-,ii
Ifl OSITIVELY ONLY
OF THE CRANBROOK
FIRE BRICK and
TERRA COTTA  CO., Ltd.
fegggg^g.
tit
AT ONE DOLLAR FER SHARE "FAR VALUE"
In Ten Days Time there will  be   None   Left
This is your last chance to get in.
BEEU
The Kilns will be Fired Inside of Fifteen Days
Prospectus and Samples can be seen at our
office.   Write us for further particulars.
BEALE 6c  ELWELL
Cranbrook,  B. C.
Official  Brokers THE l-HOSI'ECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, JUNE SO, 1007
a
I
CRANBROOK
HOTEL -e
ii Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection |
Nearest in railroad depot.   Has ocooimno-
ilni inns   inr   ilir   public   unequalled  in
Oranbrook,
'k
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |
fg Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors i
WANTED
50 Tie Makers
Why Cough to The Coffin
T K Y
Dr. Scott's Prescription
No. 99 or
Cold Cure Tables
Thej do the work uml arrest
llu' most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
44***********44***********
["THE PHUT
t       CANDY KITCHEN       5
ithe gpatropector.
Whi
yon  ivunt  ii faiii'V box of 9
J iimi r.iiiiM'iiii ni'1'in' I'aiiu.
Qolf Girl
Anii'iioiiii Beauty
Coll.bii Girl
Bark Sirens       Oolil Biiiul
£3 Cline
hi LUb old Mmmoiiti Barber Shop
t'itu now tit fiiiniil In Hu'
AT   MARYSVILLE
Apply to
E. FEAGAN
MARYSVILLE,
llriiisli Columbia
MANITOBA lluTKI.
"*ll'»l I'l»ai> Work III all liruiuliiia
ul lliu
Tonsorial Art
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR.
The Cranbrook Fire-Brick and
Terra - Cotta   Company,   Ltd.
lu offering their stuck to llio public, is putting before ihom
the best investment in British Columbia today. Whon
Ihe fact is generally realized thai the Company havo
1,250,000 tons of Quarts   250,000 tons of Clay
Which is sufficient to turn out 10,000
Fire-Bricks per diem for the next
9     9     30   YEARS     *     •
And when you havo soon the estimated oosl of iiial-in<;, and the prices obtained for, Ihe brinks,
you will thun readily conceive what u good proposition lhis is for ils shareholders.
For facts and tig-ires call at the office of
BEALE & ELWELL
Official Brokers Cranbrook, B.C.
All I.,
Our
nviii'y
, uml all I'i'i'ali.
' Muill'
'Home Mado" Candloi
AUK THE MUST
AT THE
THE PflLM"
TELEPHONE NO. 141.
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WESTOVER
SMOKING
TOBACCO
SATURDAY, JUNK 89, 190T,
li i i;   i' I. r ii
S. J. MIGHTON
THE   TOBACCONIST.
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Kootonay.
'I'uke notice that. Robert 11. McCoy of
Grand Forks, N.D., by occupation lumberman, Intends to npply for n speeial
timber lieeuee ovei1 tho following do-
scribed lands; Commencing ut u post
planted al the smith WeBt corner of
Tlmbor Liconoo No. 7775 thenco cast
sti chuins, thenco south SO ohains, thonco
west 80 chains, thonoo uorth 80 eliains
to point nl' commencement, containing
1140 acres more or less.
Robert II. Mi-Coy.
:!?> Dated -Inuo 15th. 1907,
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice that Lewis W. Patmore
of Cranhrook It, C, occupation agent,
intends to apply for n special timber
licence ovor the following descriheil
hinds; Commencing ui a post plunteil
ut the Soul Invest corner of Lot ((2111
Group 1 Kootenay District, theuee
north Kit) ehains, tlieneo west 40chains
thenee south 100 ehuins. thence east 40
elniins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or lews.
Lewis VV- Patmore.
25 Haled June 8, 1007.
NOTK 1;
Take notice lhat 1 intend to apply to
the Hoard of Licence Commissioners ut
a special meeting to he hold July Oth.
for u licence to sell liquor on the premises to bo known as the Wardner Hotel
situate in the town of Wardner.
Dated June 21st 1007.       It. 11. lioburt.
ATHLETIC ERECTNESS
"ONE  OF   THE   U"
Placer Mining in Southeast Kootenay
There uro comparatively few
people who know anything of the
extent of the placer mining In
tho Craubrooli district. There
is ii popular Idea that tho days
whon placer mining can be
cari'iod on with Its meed of profit
Ims passed. Tins iiloii is hold
for lho reason it is olaiined, lhat
plncor fields havo beon discovered
and lho wealth extracted long
ago.
Tho tnull nboul placer mining
however, is thai future yoars will
soo ii lai'gor yield of placer gold
limn in lho past, As a proof of
ihis I'liri ii is only necessary to
unto tlio unit iiiii t thut, is being
lalioii nut yoar after your by Ihu
oompanles thai aro ongaged In
that illreotlon, Tho Wild fjorso
diggings woro first woi'kod In
I stl: l ami 04, and lho orudo
appliances of those days woro
used to advantage, and millions
iu gold wore lakoii out. Aftor a
while however, many of tho "old
timers" abandonod the diggings.
Hut as yoars havo passed slnco
that time, from $i0, >to*40,000|
hus boon lho yearly  record  fori
tlio district.    Hold  remains   in
largo quantities on Wild Horse
and  Perry Crooks.  Moyio  and j
Bull    rivers,     only    awaiting
modern appliances for its   ox- i
traction,  and  the  future   yield
will surely prove as in the pnst
thai there is largo quantities of
placer gold yet to be taken from |
the rivers and st renins of South
East  Kooteuuy, and   that   the
palmy days of Wild Horse crook
aro noi passed but  on  Iho contrary, yet to come,
CRANBROOK
The Mining, Lumbering and Coin
mercial Centre of Southeast
Kootenay.
Nestled in the valley of tlio
Kootenay among the foothills of
the Selkirk range of mountains,
in the geographical centre of
Southeast Kootonay. and in a
region of groat mineral ami
lumbering wealth, lies the city
of Cranbrook.
The quantity of undeveloped
mineral wealth in Ihis section
cannot be estimated. In and
around the Cily of Cranbrook wo
have a mineral none thai is
practically one large mining ilisirict extending a promise of
groat future wealth. Tuko il nil
in all, few localities in lirilish
Columbia offer to the prospector
and the Investor as good opportunities for making money as is
presented in the mining dislriel
tributary to Cranbrook,
The lumber Industry of this
district is assuming largo proportions. Over 100,000,000 feel
of logs have been cut during llie
past winter. All the saw mills
iu the dislriel are riiiiningou full
nine. The eastern market is in
good shape and the demand is
heavy enough to keep the mills
iu operation for the balance of
the year. It looks as if the presenl your will be one of expansion
in the lumber industry.
—H5H1NE'
Furnace
UNBREAKABLE  FIRE-POT
The lower portion <-f :t fire»pot is usually nearly
or partly filled with dend ashes, leaving the live,
red-hot coals in the upper part The result is that
the upper portion expands much more than the
low er,
Thla uneven expansion causes .1 strain
too a,H\it lbi .1 one p.- ■ i- lire pot to stand.
buuiiui ui latei it will split,allotting prci iuus
heat   and   sickening    gases   to
esi ape.
But the fire-pot > i the Sunshine
is const i ui led t" nv et tli is < on-
ilitiun. h is in iwo m ■ lions. '1 he
uppet half expands, ns mm h as
ncri-ssaiy,   irdi-penileiitl)   ol   tl
lower.   W hei I, n i ontrni \*\
ba< 1% to its i.ii.'ni.ii m/c, lilting
tu the lowci lmil perfei tly.
Ami thia strong, unbreakable,
j/ns and lien tight, two piece
fire |»ii \t in i .. it- ut ih ■ m.niv
superioi featuresoftheSunshine.
If y<>ur lot il dealer does not  handle the
"Sun.Ii.in'," write   direct   In  us foi   I KM.
lim 'KI.KT.
McClaryfc
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, V.i.uouver, Sl. John, N.B.
PATMORE BROS. Sole Agents
, , , . _
j NORTH   STAR
HOTEL j
Kimberley,   B. C.
9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
s
A TOO LOW HEELED SHOE
THB DOLLY VARDEN DEAD-LEVEL BALL
AND HEEL BALANCE
A TOO HIGH HEELED SHOE
If you build a house with the foundation higher
in the back than in the front, the house will lean forward. If the base is lower in the back, the house
will lean backward.
Shoes are the foundation of a woman's poise. If
the heels are too high, she'll stoop forward. If too
low, she'll incline to the back. In either case the
poise is unpleasing.
Of course to build a shoe which will give the
body an erect poise is the thing, but a mighty hard
thing to do, because the natural ball of the foot is
lower than the natural heel. That's why the market is crowded with too high or too low heel shoes.
But after years of scientific experiment with thousands of feminine feet we have solved this difficulty.
We have balanced the heel and ball of the Dolly
Varden Shoe to such delicate nicety that it actually
gives the poise a foundation as level as a chemist's
scales, and unless the wearer is already stooped by
wearing the too high or too low heel foundation, or
by the weight of many winters, she can with Dolly
Varden assistance and a little effort, acquire enviable
athletic erectness.
Our agent in your city will take pleasure in
showing ycu the Dolly Varden Shoe. Purchasers
or investigators equally welcome. $5.00 and $4.00
in Canada and the States. Every pair Goodyear
welted.   (To be continued.)
The Fink Mercantile Go.
AGENTS, Cranbrook, B.C
THE
DOLLY VARDEN SHOE
THE   SHOE   OF   FOURTEEN   NEW   FEATURES
BOSTON       copyright, 1905, by the dolly varden shoe company
MONTREAL
CANADIAN
Pacific!
RAILWAY
Summer
Excursion Rates
East
l'n mi Granbrook
$52.50 To
Winnipeg,     Porl Arthur
Si. Paul Duliiili
Sioux City
Si. Lewis JifiO.OO
Chicago 1(1(14.00 Toronto ifiH.fil
Ottawa $82.55 Montreal i**t
Si. JohnsS04.00
Halifax H0I.H0
Tickets on Sale July 3.4,5.
August 8.9,10. Scut. II. 12,
13.
First Class Bound Trip
90 Days Limit
CorriiHIintitlhiK iT-ilni'llnim frum nil
Kooli'liliy iiiiIiiIh. Tli'ltuM iivullillili
Inr lu'lll niiiln Iniiliiilliiu iiniil- nm
bui'llm on liiiko alunmi'iii. TIii'miikI
niton quoted tu any still iun Oiilut'tii
IJlli'boi'   111'   Mlll'llilllll   lll'llvltH'l'H  oi
[i|i|i11rlitloii,
I. Mol1!, lonal ntfont, or'■Till'.
|.'„ .1. Coylu. A.O.J '.A., Vi, vor
.1   S. I'AliTKII. II.I'.A., Nolson
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
imu
Hi-nil Ollice Calgary.
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALERS   IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. •  •
Our iiii-nl  is always  fresh,  ns all our henf is killed in
Cranlirook.
FOUND
ON IIAKKI1 ST., ONE DOOR WKST OF
IIII.I.  .v   CO,     'l'l,,- only  -ilueo In town
.    Iluu um mnl:,' lil,- ivol'lli tlie llvlllir.
Tu
an Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
§ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE        CAL6ARY, ALTA 3
****■ -mm
£ 3
|   OUR CURED MEATS   1
£ -a   ARE THE BEST   •=• 3
£        They ure lean, thoroughly smoked and cured       3
sz        Canadian  goods,   put up in i lean  firm  sacks       -3
£ 3
•~    Wide Breakfast Bacon All Sized Hams   -j
| |
£ I'liuiio Vonr Oi'doi'H l'lli i.NK lo 3
I P. BURNS & CO, Ltd.|
sr ' zs
i*~        Himil Oilum, Main Office lor Enst Kootenay,       3*,
a**        Calgary, Alberta. Craubrook, B. C •£,
?aiiaiiuuuuaiaiiinnuiiuu/,iuuuuuuiiiiiaiuuauiuua^
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AM)
CONTRACTORS
Plans, Specifications
mul Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand. rilK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   B. C, JUNE i'li, llm',
B
lZml\9lmm\\ZZmIa=LIa^Ia\EJa^^
a
9
1 lu-  purely  decorative as well as gifts of practical value are shown here in a vaiiol\ thai would  bewilder
were it not for tlie excellent manner in whii li the  various assortments are i lassilied lo I.u ilitate selei tion
Whether you have decided on something' or still remain in doubt an inspection of our stock
will offer the greatest number of acceptable suggestions.
fl Direct Hiiiiortiiitiioii
u I   ll \\ K ,11 SI' I'ST U'KKII I
Twelve New Dinner Sets
\        ,   l'l ipio ill ill      "ll   m, I   \ rl \
I i i   il Ill ill       ll Ill'l   St l'n  s   llllllll'    K
sin iii I ioi)   "ti oven  i o which is all assurance
il iln> high i    i'i ul llu' wnye    Tin'-,' :n,' luu
,      .|>ts    ,u ,1    U'|i  IISIIIlll.l   Sllill  III   fcll I'll II sol,
,     , alt ill"! ,1 leudi-l  ul  tins Iiii iiiiiI   will
,     , I,MII    I'llllitV   I'lll    '    I,    llll
\
ii iss   this  i Iiiiiii i-  il \ I'll require .i
i       ■  -..■:    s   li     ,iu  f \t uiiu  t v.il. e. (
M>t@
Pink's Pure Pood Grocery Department
where  Ouality   Reigns  Supreme
Fink's Crockery and GlasHware Dept.
where New Goods adorn the shelves each week
We do not recommend
inferior goods because
they are low in price.
We aim to sell only desirable merchandise.
Our Goods are
QUARANTfcED
/ MONEY BACK
IF YOU ARE
NOT SATISFIED.
Our motto is "To sell
Good Goods, and to sell
them at reasonable
prices", and we accomplish this.
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BI-BI-HEEIBElBEIHIBJHIBEEIBlBiaiBIHIBJBElBBlBUBIBia^
C. 1. Rogers Shoe Shop
White Canvas Shoes
At*c llio Correct Foot Wear for Sunny Summer
Tli.'V luul; nml nmi li'.'l i'niil     Wn hnve Ihem in nil sizes
Childrens si.on.     Missus 81.25,    Womens $1.50 and $2.50
Mens !•.',."".   S.v-.v  $3.50.
CINDERELLA SHOES 111 iisv un ihu root.   They are le to HI
Our Latest Is a
Dongola
Kid Blucher
With :i Sensible Toe ami a Low Hoi
Price $4.50
1 omfurlahle Kid House Slippers comfort to ivear price >1 K
Chihls Sox .ii Blnok, While, Tun. Pink, Red
©he Itarapector.
SATUIIIIAY, JUNK 211.  1907
+*****iv*m*imt*tniiH*m*riii*ii*nii**ini4
I LOCAL NEWS, j
■muuuiiuuuuu.uinuuuuuuuuuuuj.
CIIII.I>i:r',N> SAXDAI.
HOYS RUNNING SHOES
G. T. ROGERS.
Bocent rains have improved
lliu crop conditions,
A. I'. Thompson of North liny
was in the city Momlay.
Several good catches of trout
were mado by local tishermun on
. Siiiuliiv lasl.
	
Mr, nmi Mrs. R, Joyce of Port
Sioelo Junction wore nt Cran-
iiiimk Monday,
Mr and Mrs. Krappnl. and
\li-> Taylor of Elko woro Cranbrook visitors Monday.
I' McFarland came down from
iln' North Star mine Monday
jusl iu sec tl ircus.
Cl Peurson, proprietor of the
Jaffray Hotel, Jaffray, was at
Cranbrook Monday un business,
M ['"ullerton, of Saull sir
Marie, Out., was a guesl at lhe
Craubrooli Monday.
Fancy md Staph   GROCERIES and CROCKERY „   „   l)awsotli,,. w,   B „.
Cut Gin       Bool      ri      s,  Rubhcrs, Mitts, (jlnves,  Hrwiery.  S.S   Taylor,  C   M.   Spalding,
nl ,\1. McSweyn of Nelson spout
School of Mining
.1 COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE.
'Ililialpd la Qiifen's Univrrslly.
KINGSTON.   ONT.
I'or r.ia,„i,1r ,,l n,r Srhonl ami further
ini irtn.lifin .,ji.lv t„ lltr s., irtary. s< l„.„!
',1 Mi,,,,,,',   kn,,, i,,„  ll,,,a,",
Til. lallawln. 1 a.rV. .rr .tlaraa;
Pom Va.r. Coiiraeinr Defreeol M i
. 1 hi.. \ ear) Count for Diploma.
,j-Mintr,. Rnirln.erinc,
&—Chemistry «„rt Miliar. Iiury,
-Mineriloir. and Otology.
,/-Ch<-mieil Rntlntarlni
,. Ci.ll MnmnaTiDg
/   M.ch.nlnl Rmlatfrltli,
,-   m.clrlc.1 R„tin«„„B.
'<    H,„I,KV anil Public llralll,
Methodist Churoh
III,III.I.'T     III   ',1 l'l	
iln ,l,iniiii i  -iiii'i li-« ,,! II 11.
I ■ .   -■     -i tins I ' I"**-
Stlllduj  S, ' ui'i Illllli I III     :i I
Salvation ftnini Barracks
I'AI'MiHIK   II.M.I,
Suniliiy Services:
\ flernoon
il ii'ultx-h
is, special invitation is given to I'vniilnK m <>*.-!...-k
Hundiiy Si'liiinl 111 I.l.', p.in.
young men In nllniul lhi' pastors
bible cluss
Subjocl    Im    Sunday   service.     ■ HiiU" l'"l'l evory nliflil   In   llie|wa,.|n   Woalhor.     A   cook   ln.uk
"Tho Uicli l''ool". week ei.'cpi Monday ai ii p.m, free wilh each cooker.
Sunday lasl In 1 'ranbrook.
'I'lu- Fire lliill is being im
proved liy Lhe building of an
uiiii'w for the storing of feed ami
hay lur lho liorsos,
N McLeod Curran, manager
uf Ihi- Nurlli Shir Illillu was in
lhe cily Thursday 011 company
business
VV I Goopo.il, provincial
audilor wns in Cranbrnok lhis
week iimliling the hooks al Ihu
governmonl ofllce.
Palmoro Hros have jusl received a shipinuiil uf To I oil o I
sipinro sioain cookers Those
steam cookers are 11 greal Improvement mi Hu1 round stylo
mn!  are jusl   lhn  thing for the
R, Wright, Wi .1. Goepell ami Water Clauses Consolidation Ait.
W. R, Fletcher of Nelson wore
registered   al   lho   Cranbrook
Tuesday.
A good needle woman wishes
for homo work, mending or
other sewing, For particulars
apply or address communication
to X Prospector oliicc.
Baseball fans in Crunbrook
aro doing some chuckling this
week. Tho Knockers, who havo
hold the proud title of Champions for this season, woro
knocked out ou Thursday evoning by the "All Comers" by 11
score of 8 to 5. The All Comers
had a baker for a pitcher, while
a lightweight bank clerk caught
llio sphere.
.1. Norman of Spokane, Cl. A.
Wilson of Wardner. 1. Hurcli of
WyclilTe and (ins Thels of Perry
Creek wore registered al the Cosmopolitan Tuesdny,
I'l'lll.li.' NOTICE
Tu ull holders uf luml within Llie
Limits of Lot 4, Group I. Kootonuy
Districl uml to all holders ol wilier
Ktvurdh im Josephs Ppulrio C'retik.
Api'llontloita for tlio uppot'tionnienl
nl part of the .'11X1 int'li,'s of wuter from
Uie sulil I'l'i-ek retiorded in favor of
.Iniin T. (iulliruiili on tho 23rd dny of
Muy. Is"l\ uml for permission to obange
the poiui uf diversion unit the eoiirse of
Uu- illti'h fur tin diversion of part of
said wuter, will im heard by nu- ut my
ullli',' on Tuesday tlie otli duy ul August
l!ii)7, ut 11 o'eloek in tin' forenoon
under authority of Seothins III, -1 uml
27 of Hie said Aet,
Objections should ho liled with tne on
or before llio .'list duy of July, IWI7.
Iluli'il ul I'l'unliriiiik. this 27th duy "f
June. 11)07.
J. F. Armstrong.
Assisiuul Commissi r of Luuds uud
Works for the Southern  Division of
Kits'. Koiiti'liuy. 20
* f
♦ Carpet Department 9
jk All   iif  uur   Big Slock of Tapestry, Brussels, Velvet X
Al and  Axininslor Carpets ul Cost.    Wo are going
J
mil of this lino, hence the complete stock will go
III cost.
Millinery at One Half Price
s
s
9
s at    T
We will sell all Ihis seasons   lieiuly-to Wt.'iir   Hals
"J* Half Price.   Don't forgot one-half price
9
X For Misses and Girls
9
9 Twenty-Five  Per Cent OII  Misses and Girls Shoes
9 and  Oxfords,    This does nul   include our now
9 slock of Canvas Shoes.
♦ Men's Two Piece Suits
X Fifteen Mens Two Pioco Suits,   ranging  fr  H  lo
1 *7.0I).    Salo Price $3.95. A
2T Ton   Mens  Two   Piece   Suits,   rilllgillg I'iiiiii $H.fi(> In    **r
2 #12.00.   Sale Price $5.95,
I Reid & Co.   I
Sterling Silver
A  piece ur STERLING   SILVER  is always appreciated.
TKA SPOONS   COFFEE SPOONS
KERRY SPOONS  SUGAR SPOONS
BUTTER KNIVES
COLD MEAT PORKS
CREAM LADLES   SUGAR TONUS
Wm. F. TATE
THE JEWELER
C.l'.lt. Wuli'h lns| ttirs Crows' Nest llnMK Division
,♦] 4ft*ft:-4ft:*ft:a'4;a'ft.al*ft:.*ft:a-4.9ft:y>i2ft.4ft
ft-    WE HAVE JUST PASSED INTO STOCK A LARGE     5,
'*, AND VARIED LINE OF W
WIRE GOODS    *
Bought Direct From iho Manufacturers *
♦    See Display in our Window ♦
1*1 <4
ft.                               Comprising In Part:
Su;i|) Rucks
Card K'ii
Rati Hen icrs     R
^ i tin, ti i.^  ivinjis i ui.uii iviusners Lf
9   (Iravy Strainers, Pot Cleaners, Wastt Paper Baskets   2
French K^- Whips Potato Mashers
Pot Cli
• llm T 'isi FiilillngCnal I Illiiin
Ask i
j
II yuu aro going Fishing on Monday lol, us supply     •-,
yuu wilh au onlljt. d
11 J. D. McBRIDE i
jm Cranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE $
9 Goods Sold at above Prices not charged or exchanged  ™ Cra«brook, B.C. HARDWARE }
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