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Vol. 11.
C~R~ANBROOK, B. C SATURDAY, JULY 98, 1800.
No. UL
OMPRESSOR IS  INSTALLED
wliii'li. ever since coustruoUon
  from Gaiowaj   i"   Pernie,   lias
New Machinery is Ready   Oana- maintained    temporary    repair
city is 30 Drills   This (lives «hops »'»' "»«« ;"  "'" ll",,•,■
the   Mine   Equipment   of  50"
Drills
point, are moving the same lo
llie other side n( the line Willi
them en the stall in charge 10
build up another American lown
and   deplete   a   t'anadiau       Nu
I doubt W   A   Qalllbor  will he
mpressor at the St  BU«°no aWa toexplB|0 ,i„., ,„ ,|„. sutis
faction flf Eaal Kootenay Nelson Tiibone
M„l I.
Tin
new mammoth BU drill air
DROWNED IN LAKE MOYIE.
Fatal Termination if Sulq»j After
noon outing
the memorial of ,>ur people
events, and »total ol 11800 »ill bo
County Court of East Kootenay
The provincial government
bus abolished ihe county court
of Kootenay and established the
county oonrl ol Kust Kootenay
ami the county eourl ol West
Kootenay instead, to take effect
on October 1st   It is generally
understood thai P. E Wils if
Nelson will be appointed judge
of tiie county court of Bast Kootenay.
was set in million Ibis week
,s one] of the largest pieces of
mining machinery iu Kust Koote-
nay,   and   makes  the  olher two
compressors In the same building look like infants. The now
plant was made by   the  .leneltes
Machine company ol Sherbrook,
lint . anil has a capacity nf B.000
foot ul air per  ininulc.      ll   will
furnish power for 80 Kami ma-
eliiue drills, bringing  the  ii ii ill
h,T nt these drills used in the
mine up in 'ni. The two old compressors together only furnish
power for HO drills, so it will be
seen  ihal   the  new   plout is u
Hind   larger  lliun  the  two   old
olios combined     It  roquired  an
addition to the building of OOxOoLf interest to Those Engaged in
fool tn make room for the new        ,,     ,,     , ....
,   ,. the  Development of the
compressor and  tho  two  new
boilers, which have u combined
rapacity of 500 horse power.
Unfortunately the carload of
Kami drills and some oilier
equipment lor tiie mine lias been
delayed on the road, and  until it
arn\es the working force will
noi be materially increased.
When these machines arrive another   100  men   will   lie  put    lo
work, mostly on development.
The shipments from the mine
show no falling .,'. and the
property never looked belter
than tiow.
'
DISTRICT MINING NEWS
ilimng Industry.
in town Mon
.1    11    Baxter, clerk in Dr. S
K llarwe's drug store, was
drowned in Lake Movie on Sunday afternoon while bathing.
A parly inudc up of several of
the towns people were having
an OUtlUg on the west side of the
lake Baxter went across after
supper ami joined them. All
went in bathing, and were on
Joying the sport thoroughly,
when Baxter was seen to sink
und Geo, and Roy Clothier, two
expert swimmers, commenced
diving and soon had him out and
on shore The waler was only
seven feel deep where he went
down Every effort to resuscitate bun prove useless. The
supposition is that his heart fail-]
ed him, for lie was not iu the
water more than live minutes.
Baxter was l':i years of age
ami wasa man of excellent habits
He had been a resident of Moyie
fin about io»r months. His
parents aud oilier relatives live
iu Drum bo, Unt His body was
taken lo Cranbrook, where it
was embalmed and on Tuesday
ilstrlbuted In prizes. The coin
tnittee is to be congratulated up
on their success in the mailer of
programme, transportation, ami
other arrangements which all
lend lo make  the Bid I'Kl.Kim.v
and are better than anything we
may say.
The plays to be  produced ibis
engagement are to lie the great
Russian drama deuling with the
cruelty of tbe .lews and the treatment of the exiles to t'uut terrible | TtON a success
laud "Siberia,"Shd on Thursday I Speolal arrangement
the smiting drama dealing with
the "Hulls and Hears'' of the
Slock Kxehango; "The Henrietta."
Kach of these plays will be
presented in li correct and tie
tailed manner and we bespeak
for them better houses than up
on their former visit. Don't fail
to remember the date; August
2nd and Brd. Tho plays "Siberia" and "The Henrietta," and
lust but not least; "The Sherman
Piatt Co." Western Canada's
favorites.
STRIKE ON TOBY CREEK
Prospectors    Disoover
High tirade Silver
_ have
been made for trains lo run from
Spokane Junction. Ryan, Movie,
Kimberley, Marysville. Klko.
Jaffray, Kernie. Muyook and
Fori Steele Junction. Visitors
from all parts of Southeast Koo
lenuy can come ui Cranbrook
and help celebrate Labor Day
The entire program,1 which
will lie published In the next issue of the PROBPKOTOR includes
a hie Industrial parade, Hose
Heel races, Horse races, and
many other industrial events
THE KERNIE EIRE
COAL
FIND   ON
OKANAUAN   LAKE
Kootenay  river is  over.   Over
eight million feet are now safely
Vsin   iifl'edged in the boom at  Wardner
Laok of Water and Fire Fighting
Apparatus Hampered Firemen
m! In afternoon  was
shipped east for
I burial.
Local Happenings in Fernie.
Prom 11
Tin
ill lie,
• Pi
sadly
Klk river brld
I Of repairs.
Before becoming incorporated
w,
A     ".
when
tut
ll
ll I
Pair
lo Ink-
1,1- the
Hob Dewar wa
day    He lias bi     ^^^^
developing a copper property
Alki creek.
Pred llasen. who is tin- owner
of a copper properly in the St.
Mary's district is working the
[annual assessment Then- is a
good showing of mineral which
' runs   well   in copper     The vein
is   said   to   have   a   width   of 15
Tin:    PltOSPECTOlt    will    hejr"-v
pleased to receive news from all     Tho fire is still burning In the
the mining camps in Southeast Frank mine, and as It is above
Kootenay     Send   it   in  so  that j waler level  it may result   in the
the uiosi   remote camps may re- , abandonment of the mine,
ceive recognition In Chinatown  there  is a little
fountain,'    Another order has  been   re- u'hink lad just three months from
can gel a oelved at tho office of the Crow's china,    He wears  knee   punts
It-ink Itee Nesl Coal Co .  at   Pernio,   from Und has already learned how  to
oil,-men who an-will   tho t.reat   Northern  Steamship play ball.
■ public offices for the company in Suattl
e is in it, to benefit hu
At 12-80 a, m. Thursday morning tire broke out in ihe Free
Press building, either In the
printing   office,   or Carruthers
tailor shop, The origin of the
Urn is uiil nown. ll spread rapidly, and burned 175,000 worth
of properly, upon which the insurance is about 180,000, Those
burned are     l-'ree l'ress, 11. W.
Carruthers, Handley's coal office
IB. V. Furniture Co., Northern
I Hotel Barber Shop.  Cigar  Fat
; A  Seam, 52 Inches  Thick,  Die
covered at Shorts Creek.
	
A. W. McVittie, of Oranbrook.
Kust Kootenay, has located live
square miles of coal laud on
Short's cieek, west of Okauagan
Lake, where there are several
scams of guild bituminous eoal,
the principal seam being '*.
inches thick, outcropping on the
side of ihe mountain north of the
valley. The openings made for
examination are 2,700 feci above
the creek and 8,800 feel above
the water level of tlkunugun
Lake,  but  Mr.   McVittie states
tory,
:,-|«
oulntou.
Crtnbvooit would do well'to look! Northern   Ticket office,   C.   0,
at the tale of Ferni ' Slocan|Deraaures, C, C. Wright, Chas
Laldley, and law office of L, P.
Eckstein. Across the street the
buildings    were   scorched    and
Kenny and McLeod, Great that the seam dips at si
nioh on
What  l-tanbiook Needs.
uilrtlmti'it
nl waler
,-   person
-oal
windows broken from the I'osl
Office to IV Burns & Co. The
water supply was of little use,
and it was a piece of good luck
that Hie city was not annihilated
The lack of wind aud the rain of
a few hour:
| to save the       „ ^^^^^^^
Golden Is wild with Joy over[nation is expressed against th
angle that they must cross the
creek about a mile further up
stream and the coal can be mined
by drift   from  there,  although,
ul presenl, the slide rock covers
the formation bo that nothing of) Mess
A rich strike is reported  (rout
northeast   Kootenay,   Proapeo
tors on the north lork of Toby
creek, an affluent of the Columbia, have found a vein of very
high grade silver The location
is near the line of the Kootenay
Central railway
S S. Fowler, who has latuly
returned from a visit lo the Paradise mine, stales Hint, while
work is progressing in many
mines ami claims in the lioldcn
district, no definite advance can
be made until transportation fa
eilities are secured.
"We are working the Paradise," said Mr Fowler, "with a
force of half a dozen men.
Everything Is satisfactory so far.
There is no object in hastening
development. We can't ship until the railway is through
"I don't think anything has
been done yet towards beginning
railway construction There is
a parly of about la men. chiefly (lulicians, in camp about five
miles south of Golden, They
are said to be the advance guard
of a construction parly.
"Yes there Is some excitement
in the district. It began just as
I was leaving there, A strike
of very high grade silver on
the north fork of Toby creek.
I didn't hear tbe name of the
mine or of Its owners, but the
strike is apparently genuine. The
whole district is excited I believe the strike is silver with
very little lead in it"
Regarding the above mentioned strike the Golden Star says
C.   Stark   and   H.  B,
Farm lauds in the vicinity of
Cranbrook is in demand aud the
price is being advanced
Local nuurods report that the
tlsh are biting good In the St.
Mary's river and Perry creek.
A. B. Kenwick, Fort Steele,
was in town Thursday on busi
ness
J. Kyan, the proprietor of the
Central Hotel Wardner, was in
town Thursday,
Mrs. Taenhauser moved into
the house formerly owned by the
Pettlts, on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nettertield returned ' Tuesday from a visit to
West Kootenay.
Tho Prospector is under obligations to Editor Lowry of the
Ferine Ledge for its account of
the tire at Fernie.
A, McLeod, of Edmonton,  A
K. Bush, of Seattle and Mrs. A.
A. Wnnnnmaker, were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Friday.
J. B. Simpson, Vancouver,
Mr. aud Mrs. G. B. Halford,
Vancouver, were guests at the
Cranbrook Friday.
Percey Shrypton, of Wardner,
was up before Magistrate Arm
strong on Friday for forgery.
He was committed-for trial.
H. Wilson, and Wm. H. Dou
gal of .toilet, HI. F. R. Austin,
Kimberley and W. Clayton, Nel
sou. were registered at the Roy
al Friday
KOOTENAI CENTRAL RAILWAY
lor tli
tn
in
lllty  and not lo rob the public,       Tl
H   The Canadian  Dag only if: is capitalized at  $8,500,000
he wants peace. \ has paid $210,000 ill dividends
I Quo thousand more Orange The North Star capitalised at
$1,000,000 has paid $878,000 in
:',   One thousand Swedes lo till [dividends,
the   soil.
f	
SS '   nnesotu' the commencement of work on | CUy Council und Coal Co. foi
si  Eugene mine ul Moyie ,i,e Kootenay Central, and over Ue condition of the water supply
and I at, Windermere tho local editor for gre purpose
putting butter on his bread,        it required
Crow's Nesl I'ass Coal (Jo.
The outlook   for   i'erry  creek
-.    A tariff tax high enough to ami Wild Horse is bright and all
miikeheramanufnoturingcenter. placer mluing companies are in
|active operation
INCORPORATION..
h   The   ditch through   town
■leaned  out and all rubbish and
dead Dago's buried.
'.'   Th,-  protostanl   churchesI
united aud in one building for
worship Instead of several small '1'1"' mining industry of South-
places to leach pol ideas. i''"st Kootonay instead of doelin-
10 The red -lights enclosed by I lng ,llls ;| l"''^l't future, and
a high fonco, a book-keeper p, there is every indication that the
see  ihal every  body    registers silver-lead industry will lie large
ly increased during the present
There are a considerable nun)-
her  of  prospects in the vicinity
of Cranbrook thai bear ihe earmarks of mines.
before entorlni
City i"
luiv   water works
11
nt cost
12 a good wagon road to
Marysville.
18 A good large hall for public use.
I 1     A No I school
If]    A free, gill Ul every family I
of eight, 820 acres of land.
Ili An inspector of fruit trees
to prevent Ibis valuable industry being destroyed.
17 A lax on bachelors front
25 to 80 years of age.
IS   To export  $280,000 of im-1
ports. I
in   To build Cranbrook instead
of Spokane.
20 To cooperate with farmers on the Canadian plai'"s
and give them the same kind of
tariff we want on lumber.
21    Our boys to have plots of
ground lo cultivate instead of|
running tho streets.
COB
year.
ll is an Indisputable fact  thai
Southeast    Kootenay   presents
more waler power with favorable conditions for generating
electricity Hutu any other section
Of tIn- province
Tin ^^^^^^
does not do business In the good
Old way spoken of in the bible,
ll does not heap coals of tiro on
your head. Probably can't
spare them from the coke oveus
ut W.20 per.
The Honorable K. F. Green's
wife and family are visiting Mrs.
A. T. Garland In Kaslo. Mrs.
Garland is the daughter of Mrs.
Jennie t. Harris, who Is at present It) Kernie.
The Result In Alberni.
in 11 it- Alberni bye election the
I government candidate, Munson,
i has 51  majority so far.    Five
small places are yet lo be  heard
| from.    Tin
as follows:
returns received are
II can lie seen.
Specimens have beon sent to
several analysts for reports, and
it   is   evidently   a    very    good
   bituminous coal which can proh
previous did  much ably be mined and placed on the
city.    Great indlg-l market for W per ton, without
the expenditure  of  very   much
japltal. The cheap development
of the mine will depend partly
on the fact that a good wagon
road can be built, with a sternly
down grade, all the way from
the mine to the lake, at a com
paratively small cost.
The discovery was made by
the well-known old timer, Jim
Christie, who appears to be
familial with the mountains
from the North Pole to California.
An analysis of a coal sample
gave the following result, 58-8
carbon, 88-8 volatile, 8 2 ash,
and is shown to be a coking eoal
of fair quality,
Several prominent men of
Vernon have agreed lo lake hold
of the property and spend $50,
two in development,
        Labor Day at Cranbrook.
lire of 15 months ago
.t required  a strong tight to
save the Waldorf Hotel, and the
removal of  furniture and dam
age dy tire of this fine b.ildiug
will amount to many  thousands
of dollars.    In order to do something to smooth the public  fool-
iug the City Council are taking
up subscriptions for the firemen,
and granted a gold metal  to H.
Leonard for his opportune work
in helping to save the Waldorf.
It was exasperating to see the
brave firemen hampered for a
lack of   water  und   hook   and
ladder    trucks.       There    were
several slight  accidents caused
mainly  by  falling  glass.     The
district burned is the remnant of
the business section saved in the
None bul
Washburn report the discovery
and locution of what is believed
to he one of tho richest and
most Important strikes yet made
in northeast Koolenay. The Star
has learned lluit they have a ledge
four feel wide, uncovered in
places for 100 feel, showing ore
15 inches iu width, The lead is
in carbonates, It is silver lead
ore and runs BOO ounces in silver
The discovery wastiuuleon Toby
creek above the north fork.
LOCAL NEWS.
.1. A  Treporlen, was registered al the Cranbrook Friday.
The Kootenay Central appears
to have many boosters these days
1    Roberts was at Moyie this
week on business.
.1   Neil, of  Marysville, was in
the city Wednesday.
Otis Staples, Bayard, was in
town Thursday on business.
Hems of Interest From the Upper
Columbia Valley.
Prom Qolden sur.
The surveyors and  a portion
of the grading gang   went   to
work on Monday last laying out
and making cross-sections of the
route   to  is-   followed   by   tho
Kootenay Central Railway.  The
entire |>art,v is working in the
vicinity of   Nicholson's    ranch
where they are cam|wd  and all
are busy.    Considerable preliminaries have yet to bo done before actual construction begins.
Mr. McPherson. who made the
trip up the valley on a right of
way  purchasing    mission,   was
very successful, gutting agreements of sale from the mnjorily
of ranchers along tho route.
(!. A. Clothier, Moyie,
guest at the Cranbrook
day.
was a
Tliurs-
At the Traps.
The members of the Cranbrook
Rod and Gun Club held a practice
shoot on Thursday afternoon at
following score was
Mu ii sun.
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Preliminary Hearing
Wellington
Alberni  	
Illlilllielil	
Clayoquot
I'lirksvllle.	
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The less accessable places, like
Nootka, Quatslno, Texada, and
the Dunisli settlement at the
noil hern end of Vancouver
Islanil. are yet to be heard from,
and a couple of days will be
necessary ut least to determine
the exucl result.
Will Play at Cranbrook.
brick buildings can now be erec
led upon the burned area.
Laorosse at Lethbridge.
The Cranbrook Lacrosse team
will leave by tomorrow's east
bound train for Lethbridge, and
on Monday will play the Lethbridge team oue, of a series of
games for the Levassur Cup.
The team will lie selected from
the following players: Messrs
Mniin.ihun, Miller, Staples, Me
Arthur, Halhio, Black, Porter,
Graham, McCullocb, Cowan,
; Muunahan, Carruthers und
Fatten, Manager McSwoyn will
accompany the team to Lath-
; bridge.
'   LABOR DAY AT CRANBROOK
The people of Cranbrook Willi to the Coast
celebrate Labor Hay in a (food
old fashion way. A splendid
programme lias been prepared.
Among the numerous events
will be Haseball and Lacrosse
games, Horse racing, Fool races
Drilling contest, Football, Tug
of War etc.
An invitation is extended to
the people of the district to join
in and make the jollification a
memorable one. The 0, P. R.
will give reduced rales for tho
occasion
Mr. and Mrs. L, ll.   VnnDocar
turned Friday last from a visit
Walt Edwards returned Thursday from Montreal, he reports a
warm tlmeln the Quebec capital.
Chas K. Keiil left on Saturday
last on a visit to the Const whore
he will join Mrs. Reid,
J. W. McHriui, Mornlngside,
Alia., was a Cranbrook visitor
on Thursday,
Mr, and Mrs. A. W. McVittie
and Miss King, will go today to
Movie on a short visit.
After a rehash of the Star's
article of last week on the Kootenay Central railway, the Revel
stoke Herald adds: "The advent
of the railway into this most
fertile valley will attract the at
tention of outsiders, and a new
era ot prosperity has undoubtedly dawned for the Upper Colum
bia valley."
A baseball league is being
formed consisting of clubs
located at Cranbrook. Fernie.
Calgary. Medicine Hat. Trail
and Rossland. Why not include
Golden? We have the players
here who can handle the goods.
laarge numbers of laborers
are arriving daily in Golden to
join the construction gang of
the Kootenay Central Railway.
James Gill  wa;
liminary henritu
given
before
pre-
.   F.
Explanation Wanted. Armstrong, S.M  on Tuesday on
a charge ol  stealing iN"1   ma
The good people of Fernie are .property of lh<
Tearful of getting a dose of the
same medicine that la rapidly
depleting the population of
Nelson and causing our tradesmen    anxiety.      The    G.N. It.,
Cobden estate
There being sufficient evidence
as to his probable gu'lt he was
i will Distribute 11200 in Prizes
We are pleased to announce
the return engagement of the
popular Sherman Piatt Co. to       ^^^^
our city for two   nights^ next will be celebrated
week; Wednes^ThwAf, Q-An*, and it is expected
August 2nd and ,',rd « c '^all former celebrations will
inosi successful engagement oilman"
,-eilanded to jail at Fernie for
tri.tl at the next sitting of Ihe
County Court,
three weeks at Nelson. mmnM—
Tho high class of plays they
produced and the excellent rep-
■ utation they left, when here a
I few weeks since are still fresh
be eclipsed.
At a meeting held in the Herald office on Thursday evening
the committee completed the
programme, which consists ot 28
Relief for Expedition
Halifax, N. 8. July'80s—Tht
Newfoundland sailing   steamer
.Neptune,  under charter of tho
! Dominion government, sailed today for Hudson Bay with supplies and relief for the Canadian
expedition sent there last year
on the steamer Artie.   The Nop
tune will land supplies of coal
at Cape Chedly, near tbe Hud- ■
son Strait entrance, and Cape
Wolstinholme, at the  extreme
end of the eastern coast of the
bay.   A small force ot mounted
police goes along to relieve those
now on the coast of Hudson Bay.
Mr. and Mrs J. Hamburg,
Hraudoii, were Cranbrook visitors Friday.
F. A. Corley representing J.
M. Fortelr Montreal, was in the
city Friday.
R. L. T. Galbralth and William
Langley of Fort Steele, were In
town Saturday.
Mrs. Harry White returned on
Wednesday from a visit lo the
coast.
Matt. Easterbrook, was down
from Kimberley Thursday on
business.
The big lumber drive on tbe
Cranbrook.
The visitor at Cranbrook has
forced upon him the knowledge
that an era of advancement and
prosperity is in progress, that
means much in the upbuilding
of the mining and lumbering industry in the vicinity of this
town.
I       Sootob Day Celebrated.
Chicago,     111.,     July    29:
Scotch Day was celebrated by
the Caledonian Society of Chi
cago today with a big outing at
Santo Fe park.   The . athletic
sports and dancing and bagpipe
contests war* participated In by
a number ot ytufasaioaals from,
Scotland aid Canada.
A
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I THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C.  JULY
■ft!
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■/.it tn-i.t. Sorts .'-'.i-fiiiius,-these* Kajttfchalii
p itin r i't' urns 'ii'"'  lilsplv  i>» i\(/                                                                                                      ran "'"' Atoning
,,n,rease the  majority of Mr. jff Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection | - .«».«.,<**...»»
states, would  mean'.he erection tu<
if  factories and  the outlay  of ^
J35,iK«'.i-ai.  ]„-r annum In good l\(i
Wages   to   thousands  of   skilled W
** HOTEL
Man.son,   whose  victory  is of a 1\U
most decided character.   An "es* Wt
S  Jutmaitti
valor
Any  other U.nd nf lunch means ll tire and a tin
l,eQi when there is too much already    Cm oul I
TDK    ho seeker   should  teemed   contemporary"   regrets Iftj
h
bearinmlndthatlandsinthe that "Albernidid noi rise to Its M
vicinity of rraiilir.i.. 1; can I b   opportunity".     There   is  some    KL
...    i>„ik..|   Ham   for   variety,   try jtained as cheaply as landsin any thing about that method of ex- \M
I sc   mu    i'1-" ,t| f the great northwest, pressing     disappointment     to M
something <>ilt <>f OUl' large and   lip-lO-UBic Thl, best )and with the rinest soil suggest that the wrong kind ol M
isonthemarkel for *5 to *10per bail was used. ijHot nnd Cold Bath
acre.   The price varies with the   'I™
I itions. local production oever| rj0W'8 This?
,.xc is     consumption,      Tin
mines and  lumber mills of tin
Nearest to railroad depot,    lias nceonuno
dations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
i 'ranbrook,
assortment of
Canned and Potted Meats
and Fish.
im
^^^^s^sms^s^^t^^s^sss^s^^^
NOTICE.
TAKEXOTIl K Ibat 1 Inland to apply lotno
.'hi, i CDramlwtoni I Ol l.al.tl- ai„l Work. l„r a
Sprrtal I.„-,,,,. i... .(an,l iiiriv uw.y tltulMr,
tn.ii. n„  (olio ■.!.-  daaerlbad lano. in Ku.i
K>"-I<iiav Ulatrlct, Htltl.h Cltlliiliia:
i ..ii.in.-iiniii: .a:  a p—.1 planted at & JobQ-
-    nn. . ...a       Oil   ton'" North Waal  eomai   taan<aj s,mti iwi
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    «,,,.„,. ,,,,, «-.-.. ». ,.,,„„.. i.„-,„..v„„,
Proprietors § <££ ,,.k„....,i,„,-,-„,..-« ..
Mated UtW i.v.it da] dI Jou in,
it  UlUa
I I^KUtOf
We offer Ouu  Hundred Dollar- It
ward for tuiv etiae of' Vuitii thi
G. T. ROGERS.
district   furnish  a   home nmrkel   ""' '» <•>«f-«i !•>  Hall«(.'atnn-h Cure
„   , .   .       .... I', -l. ' IIKNKY M ii. Toledo, I
ill   kinds  „f  farm produce. |    \vc tho undersigned h«vo know
.1. rtn-nev  for iii>- laat 1'. yearn, and
'I.K CiHl >C
FANCY and SI \
Cranbrook, B. C.
I VACATION      I
1      COMFORTS 1
'It          Why do you not got all the comfort  possible  while ^f
U^> away on  vi.ur vacation';    No Camping Outfit is Com NM
/W\ plete without a hai ick.    if you are noi   going awny w)
'/t   gel one anvwav and enjoy comfort at home .a
/».                    Look at llii-sc pi'lci'S ;mil sir tin- «.A
"B                Bargains Vou Can Got. ^,
$ A $4.40 Hammock for $3.25 s
W ' K.SO          "              " 4.45 %
#1 ' (i.OO         "              " 4.95 ^
A ' 7.25         "              " 5.115
1<U^ Equall\ U'luii bargains in Fishing  Kocls
t C. E. REID & CO.,
at Phone 7 4 rp^g   ])rUggistSi
H      CRANBROOK,   B.C. ^
^ Ui.-sl'KNslNi,   OUR   SPECIALTY ^
| LEflSK & HENDERSON I
|    "n"; FASHIONABLE TAIL RS    1
£ Always Up-to-Date 3
•a— —a»
a»^- —a*
£ Cranbrook, -     - B.C. 3
rauuaiiuainuUiuiiiuiauaiaauiH.uuuuiuiiiiiiui^
.,,   -   Wholesale .
IOU0RS - CIGAR!
A. C, BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. KEBEL vS: CO., Hay and (Jrain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
iTiie Best is the Gneaoestl
Every   acre  ol   cleared   land   i
sine   to  yield a orop the year it
is planted.   There Is   no crop
S  am!   CROCKERY,  fillnre   In this   neighborhood,
f   When   You   Think   Of.iS
NOTICE.
believe him |wrfeetl(v houurttble in till V
buslne** transactiotin  and   BnancUll) A
able iitfui'iy im! any oblljrattnDta made ^,
by hta thin. V
\Vhnl«Mlc DrujnrUw, Toledo,»». 1
Hall'v i aturi'li  L'ure  1- takeu Inler- V
oally, actinj? ilir<<-i!>   ntnn tbe blood A
and   mucous  surface  «>f  the  ->-i«ml. ~
restimoutala aunt rpee.   I'rlee Tacentt-
per bottle.   S.-I.1 bj all Dru^Uts. *ffr
wuy  tn  build a town,   and I   Take llall'a Pnmll)   l'ill«  Uv
. ,'                    .        .       .1.1 *tipatlon.
tliK   wuy   M'i|inri'>   ll tn hit huiM
iintl  im t transportation churges ]
tn eul up profits.
•  •  •
There is lmt onepood satisfac
lory
i
9
9
by  11n- people thai call it theit
hollie
Al   Fori  Steele ihe dearth o
railway news is naturally His
courapinp. We can only say
keep up conratrn. develop the
mines and lure the capitalist in
tn unearth Ihe wealth which lies
hidden in the mountains,
a    a    a
Labor day  well soon be here.
and where is the man, woman m
child, within Cranbrook's fold,
.  who is   not   prepared   to celebrate.
Yon Think Of
"HUTCH"
1TPI-HQ
*
s
OKK His KKKD
Tlii- remark
will !»• made
letw frequent!)
TAKK NOTICB Itut I iuu-n-1 n.npj»iv to Hi?
utiiii.i.siniicr ul I.nii'l- ui.o   Work* lur
ipncUl Llotiua to eat ud aWm ■>*■) mui-r: -•■
U-om  Ull  fOllowtai  ilr-^rllM-l  Un-K   li. K»»i
A   Kooteoa) DUiriet DritUhOelaoibta
X     Commaafftlng at a poit plantad al B Uttlft
1^    North VVMt  r<irtn r  iIn*ni i-   smiil.  |M rliiibi
A   tbeoou Wett cuTiuiii* tbtiuc Korti UBekalai
Uwaca Ku»t w ebalni i" pain '•( 'wKiiitiitiK
i»int-a iiiu i.'nii .iu> ot Jum- iwufi
T  Robiru
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE thai 1 liittinl to ajjply lo lU?
I'liiri CommlBslonei <>t i.nno- tn<t Work* lor »
I      KpOrUl Ui'-l.-r t" CUt and   rti!i>   «»«)   tiuWi
^jr    -'"in tl"' tollowitm   draciioetl linda  in KmI
ik    Koott Ut] i'.-it..'t. |(riii»li Coturabtt:
^     Oommoitetnit at ■ po»i pUotod >>t t Robaru
j$t   Nortli Wmi i-oni.T Uioufo Soutu ift> abttot
♦ ' thenee West Wotuliw, thenee North IDOebalni
~    tbence Eul Wcbatni i" !>!■■" ol bevlnnlni
^f Dated Utli i *h dnj ol June IWQ
♦ John Kwiu.
•"' Locator
£ NOTICE.
ik      rAKK NOTICE tbal I Intend io u(-iil> l*»the
?   Chiel Oomutbulooer oi I inde ami Worke lor »
IfT   Bpeelal License tot ui ind can * iwaj Umber
jAl   i:,mi the [oUoving deoerlbed landi in  Kaat
7?   Kootenny District BriUoh Columbia
V     CotninoncIoK at a [x>-i planted i mUe North
•   Jl   ui ,i Kwln'a J4orth Eaet cornor tbeoea We*t 4U
^T.    .    *    .   *   *   .   «   »    ^   ^   ».   •. * -^ ^ ^. .*. a a .*. ^ m at. a S   chain*, thence North Ifiochatna. UieneaEaafW
^^^rj?*,*^^^^*,*^^^*^*^^********   L-baln, ibenreSouth W ebalm toplaeaofbe
frinnltiM
Haled ihK IMh day <>f June l«a.
T
Ll
PHONE   119
rcHiso
Cranbrook, B.C.
East Kootenay
i( tie- t.-.-il ,-i,iii,-s Ii-miii nu store.
The most  ftuittd]  nnlmiil eanm
turn up Iii- lies., nt , 1,1s.
FEED
As a fact llritisli Columbia today is attraeiinir the attention
noi   only  of   Canada  bul   the
World.     Yon   can't    take   up   Q 'It will tempt him when he i> ■-i.il" unil
paper  from the remotest part ol . m""f> "'"'' 'i'" Ml" wl'" ls """"
, ,     , , ,       ll i- alwohiteli   liure iin.l  free  Iriim
the   world    tlml   does ,„,t speak .,llM. ,|-„.,  ,„. nnj-thlnj! else  lluhle In
uf the Kootenay and Cranbrook.  -I'"'1 lw ''""• namml lli'-'"'.
•   •   • OATS. GRAIN. MIT L FEED.
HAY. (etc.)
it the lew,-i market rates,
HARRIS BROS.
Cranbrook, B.C.
Professional.
A. Mellor »**a.*.
General Merchandise
.i   Nelui
laOoator
:
Uncle Sam's idea of reciprocity
is apparently to throw the hooks
into Canada at every opportunity.
NOTICE.
TAKK KOTICE tbal 1 lin.-u-i lo aiipk i-.ili-
L'hlel i.'oiiiiiil-.loii'-r of Landi aod Work, for a
l»-,'lal Lipanac to eul and ,-an, awaytimbar
ii.,in il,,- rollowlim deaorlbed land, hi l.u.i
Konlroay Uiatlisl. UrlU.1, Columbia.
M'TRNTION    PROSPECTORS    AND    MINERS      ll   is noi     ' ncliwalaooal planleil.lJ.Nebwa-.
si.,,,1, Karl eornc,   Ibaoca Soulb m abaloi
--saiy   to  rreijrhl   your  supplies tweuly  miles, wheo you ran .,, ,„Ka.i«iiL.b»ma.uir Noribw abaio.
* ^^^^^^ ---pnee WaalMrb.lbt to place ol beglnntni
liin,-,i ihl. I.HI, ,Im> ,,( Jone a...
a   \ Bwln
a, I.'- «t,,r
NOTICt.
I iii iv h.is,. I lie same e. I. »ls. at the same price, al  MELLORS
Miners unlay to ull points, via St. Mm-ys i-lver will llntl i' a  lari(o savinj
nml ciiiveliienee '<> piiK-llre snppllos fi	
l! is not "What happened at
Alberni" thai is worrying the
opposition leaders, bul what will
happen at Victoria al the next
session of tin- Provincial Assembly.
...
A   conference  of    provincial]	
premiers will   he held shortly  »»,    ar->   *—in-»»-v
-,,  ui     ur-i.     ,i ,    .,       w«   f3.  GIRD
Willi Sir   \\ llfred l.aurier to tin
ally adjust  Ihe question of provincial subsidies.
...
The Dominion Parliament pro
rogued  Thursday July l'11   and
British Columbia   will demand]
an account of the stewnrd-ship ol
the "Big Seven" from this pro
villCe.
HARVEY 4 McCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
i llANIIltOOl., li.l .
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
nMollAP   General Outfitter
.  lYlUllUI      Marysville,   B.C.
f'FiLrvfcFHoTiir"]
I' \lv I. NiM'irK Hint I loteod loitppl)  .'■ \Uv
hi-' t*omtnbu>tnnet n( Landa unil irorki tor *
special Llcenie to cut and earrj awoj Umber
inirii  ihe following   denertbetl land* In Rut
f»^***»*»*»**^*****%*»*e>^*»^*»*»*»^*»^*»^*e>^*   Kooteimj Ulnrlri UrltUih Columbia:
f- ^^* n I   I   r       •VTirill      WW ATlI (   s-0 ltl HTrnl cornei thenee Sonh l« ebalna,
mi- Kh-i lOehalnn. thenceSouih loOebitu,
i,-. w>--' in ,-iijiiiv to place "t bc|tnn!o|
Hated tin- I'Ui dej i.f Jum   IW.
H  Utile
\.oniU"
\ CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
\
) ~$   Marysville.   B-C.   1g~
\ The  largesi  and   liesl equipped hotel in tho St. Mart
\  valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS
\
NOTICE.
Cranbrook
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
UARUISTKR, sul.H rim:
ami NOTARY  I'll.'.I.H .
Craiibroolt.  li.C
a    .    a
The Alberni bye-election resulted  in  the return of the Mc-  ~    ~
Q   Ih-ii andidate. Ex-Mayor Man- (i' H- Thompson
)   son of  Nauaiino ^2* HAIIUISTKII * sni.iL-rmii
K^J ^3^>   s'otmiv i-rni.n
.    a    .
As the victory in Alberni ren- 0FFICE LEASK BU»-»mo
dors the government more stable, i.'iiuilironk. Il.i
ii will   lend  to make  legislation
Introdui lore    indo| lent THOMAS   McVITTIE
and more satisfactory to the pro
vlnenal Inrge. P.L.S.   <\r   C.E.
% NORTH   STAR
HOTEL
, —
I      TAKE NOTICE that 1 Intend to ippl) to the
.     *  rui'-i Commlaal t ol Landi and Worka foi ■
Special Mcenae to cut and earrj awraj Unibei
iromtbe followlni deaerlbeil landi in Rmi
Kooieua] Dlatrlot, llrUUh Columbia
; (iiriinii'iiiini' al a poal pUmcl nt It Llule'i
Sou lb Kaat corner No x claln. theuce (Jflrth KB
1 halna, thenee Kaal i" ohalm thence South I'"
chalaa. thence weal <" cbnlnn in plaee of bo*
ginnloK.
Uatcd tii.- I5th dnj ••( Ji iwn
s Johnaon,
i.iii-ittiii-
Kimberley.   B. C.
*
9
9
9
9
9
9
X   H. W. DREW. Proprietor
•    a    •
The weather man is acting Its
il he didn't care what he did
since Alberni went government.
Fort Steele B.C
.•^#..»>..4>.^..««»..«.••"•••••••>••-•■'••••..•-•..•-♦..«). •-
McClarys
Famous RANGES
A,-,. ii„. heal  lo la- bail,   ijimlltj in
-:*
k- I
Russia    demands   peace  with
honor,   while   Japan  demands  !
peace and plenty.
 I
A l..\l:i.K SHIH.MKNT Jl.ST ARHIVK11   Jt
I Patmore Bros. I
■^Plumbing. Hoofing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers^
li is nn idle boas! to say that
the pros poets of Cranbroo.< worn
DGvot1 more flattering.
Physician andSuroeon
uHIf'K AUM.STltO.VC)   A\ 1.
llnl-KS:    fl Up II ll.lll.    J tO It |MI1.
» ui 8 p.m.
phone Olllce IM    EUwMence l'".i
NOTICE.
TAKK MOTlCKthat i Intend toanpty to the
Chief Coinmtaaloner ol Lands and Worka for a
s(.*»tni Meenne to eul «nti carry iwaj tlubet
I from Ui'' following deacrlbed landa lu ttaal
i Kooteney DUtrlct. Uiitlah Columbia
I   Commencing at u po-i  planted at J. Kwln'a
North Wen corner thenee North IflOchaloa,
1 hence Knit Id ehalna, thence South ISO chalni
thonci Weil lOebalna to place of beglnntni
Dated thia 15th da) ol June Idas
T. Roberta,
laocator
NOTICt.
TAK i: Nl ITICK Ihal 1 Intend :<> epplj lo iii«
Clilof Comtnlaafnnrrol I^ndsand WurK^fora
Special Llrense lo cut an.l carr) away Umber
from ii,.- following deaorlbed laodi in Rail
Kootenai Dlatrtat, llrlttah Colutnble
• ommenclng at >< pn-t planted m T Roberti
South Kam eornci ihenee North UW obalna.
ibenoi Kail lochnina thonceHouth tooolialna,
-i General Store in Marvsville, where miners thence wptn-touiioimiopiacoot boginnim
Dated thla Iftth. day of Juno 1005.
.1  Nelaon
p...   *  Post Office
OVl  C       Store
in   In-  supplied   villi   .nntliiiie  they  want   at all tunes at
j  DR. K. W, CONNOLLY  t  Cranbrook pric.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
■M
Looator.
a»af..»fn»w»aaamt.«H>.ata,>|,.tm.ifaaHi.an»iieii»Mf»i
NOTICE.
T \KK NOTjCK thai 1 tntond to apply to the
Clitnf Commlial i of Land* nn J works (or a
S|Hn.'Inl Mcenae to cut nndoarry away tlmlwr
rrom Ihe foi tow tog dnaorlbod landa in Bail
K may DIatrlct, Brtttah Columbia:
Commencing at n post planted utN.Johii
mill. Kaat cornor thonco KailMetuUn*,
a»r!UUlUlll^. lAUUlUlg, itcaiiiug auu  . guvinimuQ ....b .
The man who stays with Ci-an   IP.   E.   IvilNG
brooli will be strictly in it. ^.;   DENTIST
•     •     •
Ol'FICK IIOUIIR!   11 t" I- ft.m
1  In It jl 111.
7 iii * p.m.
j thence South BOcbalue. Ihenee Wait 80 ehatm,
yntfnmnintmmntmmmmmTOfnnttntnft^mninwntLS1 :;ius:;z:it:;:::^z:^ ""•
SX --• -i Bwln,
I P. Burns & Co. 1 rsr
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
, ll-'l-icl: ami IlKSlDKNCK
•£ Head Otll,
"Peni-y PIUp-s for tho Pole" Is
_^_^ tho way an American exchange
Headquarters for hm of   Intimating thai the ox-
...  .  ^ .. nlorei- is nroceeding to Invest!- •-- Oalgary, Albartn
M.ninft Men      Pj^^" P^  ^ depftrl,  Armstron,t Ave.   Cranbrook |
mentof tho continent to which   " t	
,    . NOTICE. g
we iii'liuiL'. sr
... NO-I'lCKIa lioreltj- Blvall tint, alxty day"   »^-
nlwrilalollnlenlliiiopplytotlie «,lcl Com-  ^ WHolcKEI Ic   Htltl   Rctflll
Pl'OtOCtlotl   Would   Keep Gana-   mlaalonar ol Uwla und Worka tor |,ormlnlon  ~~
cllans a.  home to earn million, i;^7i:Scn»;!™\™„S B
of dollars that now go  In  wages 11,0 nennwaai comor oii/rtNo-w.i.firoopi   *~
frank angere. Manager to the Americans who P,-od,,ce;;—;:;::;:;:;::!;;:;;;::::;;:;;::;,::!:;::. E
.'funis   lur   the Canadian market   ilienccwaatnootiulna,inewo nonli 10 oualni, C-
In the United States factories,    te^/^^^^5%15 | I >p«1«t. in                              Alrattoir and (
Thfl above hotel has been recently erecled, and tly furnish- ••* .   --^-•""-'"""-< .->»..—- -.g     Livestock  __
ud throughout.    The Bur is supplied with the bo., brands of J^V™w> £ oonstruc.| „,„,,„,„„,;---- '"^V^,^iUiiUliiUiiUaUiiliiiiiiiiii4U5iiiUiiiiiliiliUiiiiiaikiUliiiUliSi<-■'i'„,^ uVu""'^^;.1: wl^ "
Liquors und Cigars,
Royal Hotel
I Meat Merchants 1
Marysville, B.C.
Illinois Central
Main Offloo for Eait Kootenay, 31    Maintain,, xoon, ,.vi„.  ,,,,„,
Crunlmiok. B.C 3  lnD WM| l0 0l0 0M1 ,„„,„„„, MMag
3 I ,-lnsi- oannocllonH  with  tralnii of nil
— —a ; Iriilisriintilii'litill lines,   pauongors AIV
^5 L'iv-n tli.-ii- i-li,ii I routoa tn Chloago
^  Louisville, Moinpliis unil New Orlonos,
2J and Hi rough ihoso |iuint» lo the hireiwt
Prmpoottve trnvolora desiring ttifor-
iniuiini as to tho lowest rules and liesl
routes are Invltod ti i*t*espondonco
with Un- following I'oprosontativos,
 li- II. TW'MHru.. Comineirhil Atfi-ul
.,  ,.       -3 H2 TlilrdSl., Portland, Oregon.
...        k  3 •'•'•• Mm'sky.'I'. K..*l'..\.
1 Oalgary. Alberta.     3 I42 Third St., Portlaml, Oregon
K1111111 I
u THK PROSPECTOR  CRAHBBOOK, B C. JULY, ft, l»8
.a«»»»%»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»«»»»«»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»«»»a»»»«»»»»»»»,
-N  il\Kn: 91     0    ':■■■■:    '. : s .    . ,,
1111.1.   ,\   I I' ),,:,.-t- iu ton ti
thai i-iin maka : •
FOUND
The
itan Hole
The M.sses Uritob, have iron*
to Moyie un a campmaj trip c'
(hoal   t«o  ,>r lfir*-# »wb» dura
U DEER
'""'"- Boovsiioe Maker Mm
,i   Mr»    K<j4Mi'.    and x,i \v,„k ..uar.t.i.-.s. *£ <*-v'Ef WT
yiTurna
E. H. SMALL. Manager
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ROYAL
it   HOTEL   *
THE OLD RBLIABLR NEVER I HANGED HANDS
Van.  always   on   hand   to
welcome guests.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
The best and safest way
to keep Baby's skin
healthy is to use only
BABY'S  OWN
SOAP
P •<-,   Dainty,   Delicate.
ilcwarc ot Imitation*.
«..;.- TOltft »0»» C9. IH  MfTttaL
Mi       ^^^^^^^^^^
M s» IK-iahv.   l,-!t ou Tuesday's
tn. n un a  visit   to Portland und
In  lienily Um bic exposition
N'ew \V„rlc Miw,  '„- M«-a...
Armstrong Ave
,>I.p.Altf-
laapa, .a. Ho
B   0- Miller.   Fori Steele, is
imp
, - ♦*.-
Sunshine
»••»••»••>*•«,aaaa»aa**aa*
L. UUnJN   : ^S
at;, nt  'or  MeCoimiok   Harvest
tag Machinery.     Those mating
mowttrs, rakes or repair* will lie
■applied oo applicaiio.)
Mr and Mis" o Orosb.e. » Tailor % Importer of J
Vancouver, wore Cranbrook vis- » Fine   N OOlCnS.
itors on  Monday.    Mr Crosbie. J J
is   ihe   manager  of   the Koyal • rjubnAaa AnnmacAva I
Bank of l. anaua. • it1
  »»»«av»tMn»»*»«o>»«v*»»»*»n,»«»
If you waul a refrigerator huv
Mayeook's dry air patent RefriR- J     EdCar    DaVIS
•>rator guarenteed  lo keep pro- O
visions  better   than  any other
sold in v'rantirook. *
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n
DOUBLE
FEED-DOORS
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IAT0BOAY, Jl'LV S, UN
UCaUCCM 1MB MLUM xmsERY
ITOOK
LOCAL NEWS
JtHrml.iI,   i.  ,1.1^:1^1  10 Ue   PmtJtau .,1
  Saf IT ul Hi. Homcullural tto.nl Art ahich
1. Simmons, Wardner, was in >»•*»»•(«•»•
lown Tuesday on business.
A  Bricklayer   -
•"•Contractor w
l-\n lutiv.   Holler.   Ra&gO   ami
Fireplace Work a Specialty   All
description ot stontvvrork under
taken
K.  11.  Itolinri. Wardner,
in town Tuesday
,:ist on a \ .sit
Order*, loll at J. D. McBKIDLS
Prompt; Attontittn.
4 o ♦ <■ ♦ *> ♦ o -t>.o ;♦ *> 4    +  •><>«   404*> + od><> +
\ RE SHORT k CO "
"No !-r>.iL  flrtu ni Corp. niiuh >iiali filiate
"or ,.-■.::....   in tht* I a.*iii".- ot   »i-.:n.ii.  at
"principal     ait en t.   solicitor,    ot     otherwise.    Will  Kt'.vl
\VtfS     aTtihin the PnrVtM   fruit treat,   plant., or
"nuMKTT WMk or of IntfOfttttl  Tor  »iltv  fruit
  "trwfc. plant* OT nurv-rv KtQQh Into th* Pro-        TU  ,    llltnnl •    i"  ■ i\ t •*•» 1
u-   v   i, , ii      i  m vtuee trtUwttBm having obtained a Uowoa       • llc   IlllUOW!  V.CUirai
\\   N Howard Hood, Toronto, ^«^Mt^b«rtM«iiiu» Prortmu 	
OR tn Ihe city Tuesday.                •mtt.wA.M provided ,,     ,                    ».  ,
......     .,                      . \.ninui.i>   unoxivl t>.    (torviCO   frntn
  All portUM uUnruNd to Mil Borwry nook
M.SS Wilniot  has  koog l(. tin* totfcUPwrloooorototiotrosi bf toolr orinol Ut»w,«toU»eoMt wid wnlh. M»klug
i«i*.or i>j-ihovnohnMi->.irp,.»it botvU  in ihe elflofi t*^lnn^'^'^itm^ with   UtUtu  ttf all
Deporonootot AtrioaltMn Vteurii  tar tho timoffXraMnMUU litu's.  pMBQ0K«r« an
faithful perforn.MKM* ol ihelr DbUftttOlU    Tin* . ..    i      .    t * .    . .i ■
fin      TVwii      »nc   ,1,1111   f^«.«     ...... . ^     hnvanthotr cholooof routcatoCniowro.
vjUS,    loots    \\a-»   Quwn   Iron)   mblta i» thoretan ntnod ooi to ouroaoM
Perry creek Mouduy on business. |o«riorr««*oraois iw» dull Un«Md pcr-
tuvt   aNMil ttio OMMMM
ttiinc a ftimtoo. au u*\*
w  a  itiiay   little   d^^r.
ly..   Kayo   on**   Hit the  4?*tc«
,.- .mk ii .1-. th.* hole1    One lias
ki ;».■  i   i \ ^. t ktokor i«> rinvoj
i   into some foi n«\c«ti     li
»        .       •■   ,.n   MtaJM rl    JfOU 11  Rel
,t>  it i. h   oo   tho   tlisi   •>  in tiit?
I ,•   ^on^nino fankftcti i^
.  j-itj»(>.-al " ih * k»h\[, bi|{ door.
V*m Don put y.MM   ibovoj to an.l   J
- • ill-,,     no  li.'uhlr.   mi   titaing   a ,11,
i    i.-i i   .r.
I v.iiilii.jj  rtboot   tha  Siin«h<iie   ntfftoxt   ii on tho oaoi*   teale
|1     .1 ih.-ivhi'i.tne^.
Sord b| »H Mtofprtabtf dooJon,   Wiiu for bookltt.
]     McQary^
v   LORDM roMHTO, NilNTFEU.WINMTK.VAHCWVtll.ST.l3Hll.lt. I     ^H
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
SMPtE
STRONG
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ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
Newest designs in
D
onprc
Q Ju u
Over |oo DiiTcrent Patterns to Selei t From
;   Painting. Decorating*
and Sign Work
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Hurry Bownoss was al Marys
villi- Tuesday on business.
K S. Phelps, Vancouver, wns
at Cranbrook Monday.
Max Mt'Sweyn, came in on
Monday's train from Nelson
C 1. I rnnkiiti. Moyie, was at
Cranbrook Monday on business
Pred Anderson, Mnyook, was
a Cranbrook visitor mi Monday
,1. S Hudson. Caljfary, was
registered n| the Cranbrook
Monday.
II H Gillmore, Ml' P., Van
i-ouvi-r. wns ut Cranbrook during the early pari of the week.
om,-e ,,i iti<- u,s,r.i -3i Bonlonltuta
lv.),a!ln,Mil ,,1 ...rlf-nllur.
Vtetatia -•ani. Jnir. i*"..
.1   It. AMtr.lLSON
Daputj Mtnjatat ,,f A^-rlcntia
^1 Srorai.ry
laOulavlllo, Mi-iitplii'1111,1 Ni'w orl,-iins.
dltil thl*OU|rh lll.-s,- IHlillts 10 ll,,. f;,r,-:lvl
ProapooUvQ travoltvn dulrinx int.ii--
inaliim us ui tin- l,i\v,-sl rah-, unit bonl
routoa in,- iioit,',! io oorrospandanoij
a-iili tin- following ivj,r„,.,'iitiiti,,'s
II. H.Tnr.Miit'i.i..I'oiiiiii.'ivinl Au'i-nt
14- Thinl Si., Portland, o-v*'i-
.1.1'. I.1X1WKV. T.I-'. ,v l'.v
Hi Third St.. Portland, Dragon.
I-. ll. Thompson, k. ,v iv.v. Room
Valuable Putin: Ranch, at|t,coimanBlag.,SontUo,Waah.
Creston,    B.C.      Price  11,500.
Terns easy.      This is  without, «-H-i-W-W-HH-H-!-H-H-H-+
doubt one of the best real estate ? QTUTXT1 A "DnTG
bargains on the market + blUiWAKlb
For further particulars see
For Sale
% The  LEADING STORE  for J
I-'KI'.SII  NI'TS,
SOFT DRINKS
Fob   Rent:
plastered cottngi
—See Hutch.
Threo   roomed
center of town..
I'llllXK till
Real Estate and Insurance   J-
+• 'Raselwood Ice Croani
PROMPT DELIVKRV
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75    ftrnistroiiQ, ftvc
CRANBROOK. B.C.
DRAYING
SILENT OrmV>t\SB>MH
II! Purchase   Price   $3.00  a Month
—       -as a a 'i*     f L      f-        -.        „ »     L, ^-     I  UH'llilSI'        |i|ll'       «0.1H1      il      OUUbll
Iflrnoid & Roberts
SFfXOY
I'n BOX
PHONE 111
♦ o 4> o oo «> o a> o a> o ♦   ♦ o ♦ o ♦.»♦:->.♦;«:♦:»♦:
talmVMa&^m.'ln"town     Wo ha7e been in tho »«»-MM|4't'W»W-W'H'»<4HiMH
Monday. ^or several years, we have tbe - -
best equipment In B.O. ami we   Ct VTp    TI M P*
MIM'.U.M. JIT
[1-OBal I  |
, KHl.,1-   ,TV ,.,'   IMt'M.M I
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER,
KSTIMATKS ITUN1SHK1! ON ,\l.l. WORK
JOlllllXll   1-KOMI'Tl.Y IXMHTM.
Houses .mil Cottages for Rent
or Sale on Kasy Terms.
I.IMF. AM) siUNilt.KS WRS.VLK
Telephone 88,
D. J, JOHNSON
Carpenter %t> HuilUcr
(IihhI Work al
Keasotiable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
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E. Mallandttine, Crestou, rov- guarantee satisfaction
ernment  timber Inspector, was
in town Monday.
1 FORT STE
X
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;le
About mat Piano
ALL
BREWING CO., LTD.
PERNIE, B.C.
^   MANDPACT1JHER8 and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK
\      BEER i PORTER
♦ SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
♦ Hotllcd beer for family
♦ use .1 specially
X    Outside   Orders
f GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
t     SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
"Old Timers" say tins is tho
hottest weather experienced iu We are the authortaed agents
the ilistrii-t since 1890. for the removal of Mason & Kiseh
  Pianos, we nan do tha work with-1
E.  Patorson   and D. J. Ho<. t ,k     Also Housahold Pur-
Sweyn,  were camping oul this
week ui Moyie Lake. mUu1'"
. M—p i ,or,       PERRY « FITZGERALD
Mr.   anil   Mrs.   tollman,   left
Cranbrook Tuesday on a visit to   „     t      PrnprletONof^tha
the Portland Exposition. .Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Ofllne ,)li|awlU*
\V. R. Ross, M.P.P. of Pernio, (C.l'.ll. lk'|«ii. Phone OS.
i was in town Tuesday on legal| 	
business.
THE
BY   USINO
TIME
♦ 4 P. O, BOX 812     b.
t A    TELEPHONE NO. I     5>
♦   Port   Steele Brewing Co., L,td.
% MUSIC I
Mrs. Hislop TE*cpH.I!!o0/oTRTi
Speeial attention to touch,
technique,   plirastug   and
grading of studies.
  I'm- pnrtii'illilrs ii|i]ily in ('. K. Rfllil .1
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Tut-were Co., Thn DruggUui.
'in Miieleod Ibis week, attending   	
('. II. Sinclair, Washington 1).
C. was a guest at tho Cranbrook
Tuesday.
W, P. McLean, Vancouver,
Was a Cranbrook visitor Tues.
day.
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|     AITCHISON I
t THE BUTCHER     |
the marriage of Mr. R. U-  Ross
nml Miss Margaret Dunlop.
If you waul n good profitable
investment ill n good rate of i tl -
teresl. see lieali-,V Elwell, they
have sovoral,
I).
Hoover,    custom    offloor|
^.m.mm.m.onn,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^.*!,^
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.  li',.  It. A. M.'
I'll.ixnitooK, n. r.
Itogular m,»,-tiiitfa:   Jml 'I'ueH-
ilav   ill   ,-i.t-li   nn,nth   at  eight
ii'i'lta-k.
* 9   Marysville, B.C.   9 *
t 9
9 Our complote Cold Storage Plnnl enables us lo lur   p
5   nlsli our goods In porfecl condition nl all sensons of Sj
S   tho year. %
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Centrally Located Elec,ric Li9nts
Manitoba Hotel
ticler New ManaKetnent
..       When you want a good
Headquarters for mining   jj     |;u.,. to stop come to the
men and old timers. '(i    Maml,,i,;l.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
ul  Cranbrook  Monday on busi-j
lll-SS.
Rev, Mr. Westiiuin, is visiting
Manitoba this week. His plane
will   be  supplied by local talent
next Sunday,
(leo. (I. Phillips, of Port Steele
and Mrs. Alice Williams of Eng,
bind, were married at the Methodist parsonage on Saturday last.
n;>
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
und a 1.1.
Pucitic  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS LAST
Palace and Touriat
Bleepert, BuflMt
Library Cars, Modern
Day Ooachet.
Dining- Cnra,
MKAI.B   A   LA   CAHTE.
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
2 1-AST   TKAINS />
K.VST   AMI WKS'l   IMII.V    £.
NOTICE.
Plying Cloud Minora] Claim.
Situate tn tho Kon Btetie Mlntni Dlrtslon
ol But ttOOllUtt) lilstlli't.
\s\w\v looAtod    nn Mart Oreei one nlle
from Kiml.iMlrv
Takenotloe thai l.Tboa r. MeYtUln, P M c.
So tintio, ageni for j, c. forewry. fm.o.
So. ItntOB, Jot, Tmlnnor, kmc. No hixw;
atul J. V Arinsitoiii: nilh-tul it<lminl,'iriitor im
Rollogfl ntate Free Miner1! Dertifl
ottte No. llfBtfflt, Inteutl. aUlf ilajra from Uio
an11- ii.Ti.ii. to npply lo the MlnhiR Recorder
tor n tvrtitiritir oi LmprovBttienu, tor Ihe pur*
pomo(obtalnlitfl aCrownOrwti ol the febove
.'iiiiiii.
And  turilioi   take noticr Unit  aUtiOU,  utu.cr
■eoilou w, most in> oonunen I botore the luu*
ance ol mch DertiQealo ol Improvement!
Dated tbli \*\w day ol April, A D ltt*-
iii TttOH T MoVlTTtR
^^^^*H«a^ei*«V%S»aaaij^^
INCLINE
oi iii,, „iii Maiin„i,ii Darbot sin,,,
j, ttou i,v found in iii,-
watts' iu'ii.ium;
l-'lisi clou Work In all branohi
ui tho
Tonsorlal Art
IDoJpurnlog Oompanlona  ar*-
cordially tnvlled.
II. M. BORROW, Si-rllM E.
•mmffmfmfmimmrmmwmrm^
NOTICE.
Notli'i- la linrt-l.y alvt'ii Ulal lUly itaya allrr
,tat,. l Ititenil in apply m tha Hon. Ilia Ohlftl
Comnilnloner ol Land, unil Works for r*-r-
niiMion to rnrciiaai. tin- ii'ii'iwinR daaortbod
landa, allualfld in Ka.i Kootenaji Dlalrloti^
Commenolntf al a poai ilantod m tin- norln
wt-at iiiriiar (if Lol WM, Group I. In ttir a.lil
       I3aatKooionay niatriou ihencoaaat nohaloa,
John li. Greenfield,  provincial iba noribBOob»lo». ihonaa wMt. 00 ohatDR
' . -     r, i „,„r,, oalaaHtOttlO K.sl hall, fif thu K1U Rtvor.
post-office inspector, wash Cran- SSoMwIu«iiwi» »iom mo .aid oMuriy
brook Saturday on  official busi- ,mTlk „, M,« mk RiveraMuiouobtlMlothe
i^,Hs plaooot corameneement, tbaro belof tfo u.-rr.
,                           —— morn or leaa,
,   ,,.               ,-M    . o,    , RtkRIver,H.O.,JuneUtb, 19M,
Pred Blnmore oi Fort Steele, '■'"" 	
was at Perry erook Sunday last. ( ..,
Pred, was  iooliitif.' over tiie blft H^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I hydraulic works. nowot of dissolution.
  NOTIi'l: I" tiarchy |lren ibat ibepartocr-
Have VOU seen I lie latest thin* thlp   baralolora aiihsl.uni balwaan ua tbf
in   h,-,.,„'l   iniikinir    il   not ...n Bl iunderaUned.MTobac,'oMerebnnlalnlhelown
',",,   „'. ,       *"' , • Cal.,      olCranbloo«.b..lbl. day bean dtaaolaed by
J. D. McBrldes and examine the, matMl mtml
Universal  Bread Mixers, makes'   Auiiebt»owin»toiiip«.iii|,annar«iiiparn,i
bread In three minutes, i» paidw me «atd sanm-i j. Mtibton at
1 Cranbrook, aloraaald. and all r-letnia ajalnal
Ihe .aid partnarablp are lo be praaenled lo tha
..id seniiel J- Ml.titoo. by whom tho aaoie
will be Milled.
iwed alClUbrook. Ihla lib day ol July. IM
WITNhMS I
j.A.tUIVBV f      F.
for lull |uirtl,'iiliii-a.  rHt,'-i.   fitlil,.
{Join., call ,in or itililri-MH.
s.c. VGKKK8,o.w.l'.A.,
Soattlo, Waili,
ii. iiuand'I'. re. * t.a., S|M>kane
+.HH-1-H-H-I-H-W-M-W-W-H
TISDiUE'S
i
T. W. IIIMllAY
.1. ll. Anderaon. At-i'iu
4.   Hoailqiiartora for
T        I'llKsll l-'ltl'll's
Nl'Ts nml CHOICE  J.
ruNI-'KlTIONKIlV ••
lor, Cream .md Soft Drinks J
Alao Tobnri-o. Pipee
nml Ctgtire
linker St.   Cranbrook
The Labor Day celebration at
Cranbrook will be greater than
ever before. The committee
ace sparing no expense to have
it eclipse all previous records.
WP
Your attention la called to the
"Plonoor Limited" tralnn ol the "Milwaukee Ic St Paul Railway." "Tho only
portent trains in the world."
You will And It dealrablu to ride on
those trains when going to any point la
the Eastern State* or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Apenta sell
tickets.
For further Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or
B. L. FORD, H. S, HOWE,
Pan. Agent,        General Agent,
IPOKANB. PORTLAND
NOTICE.
Thirty days otter Goto t lutendto apply to
iiu, rjhtol Conttnltltoaot ol bonus sad Works
torolloonta to rut ami ,-urry tiwny ilnitwr
from tlii' follnwini! deaorlbed lamis in souiii
K.ual Kooti'miy: Cotiimeni-luK at u raist |ilnn-
lr,l at tho south I'.tist oorhet ol Lot 1P17'.,. Urouj,
I. tti,'iu-o weal 10 chains: ttionr-o north -JOobalna
ihi'nr,' w,'si in chains; thenee south w chain*
thence ,-ust 80 chalna: thence north lid chain, to
place ot tienlntilnir.
B. M. FbRWIOK.
Located tbia 9tb day ol June, 1906.       Kl
nritaFiirYurCiirin
iu Mining, Chemical. Civil,
Mechanical and Rlectrlcal
THESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
OR NONE AT ALL -
The Newest Is Sure to
lie Fount! at
Pres. Photo go.
Studio.
♦»t».iiiii.Mi.M'»iiii nmi » »■»
GranbrooK
ri uvoru
ORARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Toatt.8 and drivers furnish-(
ed for any ]X)int in the dis-
triot.
A. DOYLE, Mnnaffer
IN THE COUKTY OOtIRT OP KiXiTKMAV
HOt.OKN   \T FORT STKKI.K
tn Probnti'
Notlor K htTr'hv ifivon ihnt on ttip .Mh ilny of
July llttn wtm orrtpmlhy .1. A. Forln. Kbii
Jutlirc of th.' Mtiltl .'nun. ihtit Jnmex Fcrtruson
Arm»tmntr OfRfittU AomlnUtrntor for thnt
portion of tht-I'ottnty of Kooion«y inrludwl In
UM Kli't'tornl Dtitrlol tti Crnnhrook nml fVrni'-
br rt.liinn itttn'.'.i of nil tin.. «itnpnlnr thf t'stnlf
of Jnmos HoLauKhllb AHu Mcl.cnolilln tle-
e8MBd iMtfUtrtl.*
\tntf person Itoli'tHwt to th>' «i*trl npri'ftinl
ll n-'ininnl tn ninkc itnyim-nt forthwith to the
umlfrslKntM.
Kvcry person hnvtnit In i»ot.s«>vsioii BflMM he
toiiHlnK to the ot'iH'iisi'J Is n-iniiri'd forthwith
to notify ih-' untli'rslKUf'.l.
Kvery t'roiUtor or other person hiivlinr tiny
rliilm upon or lnter.'«t in theilisttlbutlon ot the
estnte Ot the salil deoMNd tfe rcquin'd to senil
heforr the l.Mh ilny of AiiKiist next, by rt'Kister-
eil lettei', ftddlWHd to the nn.lerslKiu'il, his
iHitn.' unil iiiltlress nml the full parlleuhirs of
bll eliiiui or interest, nml n statement Of his
KOOOUnt «nil the ntiture r>f h;t seetirlty (if ntty)
helttby him.
After the Hid IMh day Of AURiiNt. 1!W6 the
Administrator win prootod with tho dUtrlbu-
tioii of the nutate having regard to thorn1 claim*.
only ot which he shall have had notice.
Dated nt Cmnhrook, this. 10th day of July.
1104,
J. P. ARMSTRONG,
!» Oftlciat Administrator.
NOTICE.
NOTICF, Is hereby given that ttity days
after dnte I Intend to apply to the Chief Com
mtMloner ol Lands and Worka at Victoria for
permission to purchase the following deaorlbed
lands situated In Southeast Komtonay district
Commencing at the loothaaPt tenor of Lot
No. MO, Group I. Kootenaj «Miriit,ttMMewei.i
Mehatm. thence loutfc, I
» ohalns, thenoe sontliH	
90 ohslDH. thenco north * ehslM, ohearo aaat«
Mineralogy and Geology,
Hiology and Public Health.
Write for calendar to
The ftecrtUty,
School ol Mlalag. l
Klagttoa. Oat. j    luted this tHh, *1* Mhf, Wk\ TH8 PBOSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B.C.   ii'i.Y :■.
gosMaKS*^^ ffrfa |ffjf00«p«»rtor.    TIjP  Mfjl]
I Imperial Bank of Canada 1    .^^ ^ ^ ^
NOTICE.
CAPITAL A.UTHOBIZKD   **,000,QOO
i'APITAL Ipa .1 ip      •   $3,000,000 -
REST ACCOUNT      -   -   13,000,000
Head   Office   Toronto.
•|- |;  -.-    j Pn iidenl   D. R. wil.KIK. \",.-•:•- -.andi
U3KXTS   IN   OIIKAT   I1K1TAIX—Lloyd.   Ita -  l-»«  "      s
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II.
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■ Do . ii traent,—Interest allowed o    •■ |i
lau      - ■ -'
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: L-tHl- .ad 11      .
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- ~   LOCAL NEWS,  a       <•- -i^-
s    •' U.ii,ll,i„^uu„uiiuuuu„uuuauaa-:-
5 »,s!   s. ,:., a       ■ -.. -».-
3     U   Burton, ■ i>   ■  __,   _   , _—_       .  . -
5 lown Thursday Pi Sill 112'     T.5-10K1G -
5 1 IsJllillg A l*,v*i..tu nxsllt BBKCKKSaUDO*
P -i    .      ,-  -.
?     A. B. Morris. Vancouver, was      \Ve have Rods and Rtt-ls ol    - '
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital S8.7O0.000 Reserve Fund. S3.500.0C0
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B E WALKER. Gene .  Uau.ee. M-IA  LAIRD, Wat Gen
Manager
ill lOWn  I'l.'ir
Cranbrook Branch.
J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.
- .       thi      '.■ -'
T. .1. Jones. Moyie, was in the <tvlt s. stt     S L      -       •
NOTICE.
2 -ji^juu-jxrjinrJ-J'r_-iAnrLari^juirin^ urutniuuvruvruuiniOauttirn
ritv Thui sdav "ii !' is ii
,\,-,^l,l.s.      ,,|,      rtni,..-
i ■,,. stable  C.   A    Dow. Ward-   'n';   Hooks  etc.      All at t
,., bate I  ll ■  •
Aa»t»ttnt   Th**-*? Order* are Payable at -'.tr ai aai office in Cnronta of ■ Chartered
BANK MONEY ORDERS
iSSuEO *T  "ME rOLLOVtlNG RATES
$5 and under...   . .             3 cent.
Over  £5 and not exceeding S10     6 centa
- s-.O       - " 530     10 cents
- -.»       - ■• S-50    15 centa
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£     ^^^ ^^^ _ *     Dave  El met
j*-     pl^^k 9 .w^^^ 1 #  tow ii on
. was in town Thursda
B   '
Big Salesl
Movie,   «us
. Wednesday.
A'      . -
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Cranbrook  has  the b*?st hotel
■rommodaiion in the Kootonay.
Numerous commercial  travel
_ <«». i ,<nt A-   3 ers have been doing business al
OurMidsumnier Clearance * . ,  .-,;;.i,,n<Mi.i>;.s,v..,,
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* Sale is great.   Judging" by *  u h weish, v„-.,.■■■.... «•. ,
... ° , . .'~: m  !|"' Cranbrook Tiers
I the quantity of goods going *
J out we believe the sale will *
8 have   to    close   Saturday %
jf.      Frank Angere. manager of tl
A Royal Hotel,   Marysville, was i
P.S.   Let us serve you by mail
.-..'-■
CUTTIIt      •       T   W ' "Pi*'  K" '■': "'* ''■*** '
.    ...."»       i-     • * ■     niOV/*1    '..in. -•,. kwai irl   tluui u
Where It Pays lo Deal.
SPECIAL
FTHRN   EN .'-. iEMEN'
Bank*   V*ul ** P-*' *>ankiiij pmnta in the I nltcU
States. nao   uli u * nxai  •• I ••
THE t ANAlMAN HANK Ol COMMKR. E, LOKDOM   ENG,
The] form an excellent method <"f retnittinn I mat I BUOU ol uiuucy
with >att*t\  .UK! ut small oastt
PiUiui.-n.-;: |ata pi ■ •      -
.tii.ul   ;:.■
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Mnk I i    .■»-.-
i aalai :ur.. ■• as ita m i ha   -   ■ ...  -
■ all -       - . ■ »:.j uoi at*
_.',•■-    -.. til 1 MM]
tort] nattM i< -■.
i.      • i j in 1*1
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TIME      TIME
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li;i\r   mu
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IK I'll I
.1     I.     i.:-.-n...iL'ti
Oiv.. was iu i 'i aiihrn
Pnrtlnnd,
. \V,-,I	
Sherman &
* night.
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Although the sik'"- have been very large
Ik Ire Still lots
ol Good Bargains Left I
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Thursday
Look fur  the celebration pi
\ ■ . . --. Ui.., )■ .i«»* alu    - •-■
I to an»i> io IkwChlrl t'oairui". ■
Latvti and BT*wkaJaa . ika AaaiKtanl Co
: l.j-  i- ■■    \S »rki lor UmJ !'■•■     '
-■.•ii«\  • r t Uccnac topraapeottot
CmI a mi r<-tn.ifuu! ■-!. ■ m   ■ toatii t i ■ rtbeU   wutchcs
1   l(*tl    \<J\j\J\jl\     \S\J.    H .    ,     .     ' i-i r-.i. -    Lfn
Blork   i' '      -     I*  ■,-::■■ Hrfl  - -
Wm B. bherman, Mgr
■,   »■   i   )««i   plaatrd  neat   Ibi
-   thK - .■ ■•■ ■ i i - i    -■ ihi ■  nllaa
2   ^iH*Vlt*»4   Ortl\' ikamlaa rreek   twlai Uw
I  -•'   i.   K-ri -.   notibwoat   eorwjf
Would  you lik.
Call and set I
UK.II   GRADE   MOVEMENTS
s, II   t-i  t'.l'.K.   t-inployees,   who  tiuist   havfl
ii. F. Tate & Son
.le-velerss        Grtuluute Opticians
nfllvial WaU-li liisp •■!-' N. -' ".-- Dlvbtlonl   P.H
J., n                   - /.. ,            r\ —.-J L   I.-.-   norntweat   comer
jramme in the next issi : the II llflUQt 911(1 -,     <.Pf| -   -..,.. n,,,,,. ,.-■-.
Prosjicctor. Illlllllrnl Z.IIU      'ylu i-'- u,-iii.»-«ii,-.».»-ii«." •"> •"
  HUyUUV aal.U                \^IU ... ,.,,1,,. ,„.,,.„,   ,..„„:      .■
The numerous thunder storms
i-iui.' the pasl week hove been  Wednesday
: great benefit lo ranchers. i-i.»i •    ••
"Siberia
Rambler-Cariboo   stock  is  in
'•iiiiuiil und if vim have unv  for
tie -■- Beale a Eiweii Thursday
joh„ Chamm^of For. Steele 'The    Henrietta"
.is nt  Cranbrooli Tuesday  ..ti
Sn (.nine Along ant
require
;et what vou
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>• hlwiL J  l*r..T«.rt Ateai
THK    KOOTKXA^    CKKTRAL    KA1LWA>
Th*- Voi        ',-;.■             ■ ■. of if Um   Kbar*
.- -            K - ■ I ■ :i':«. Itailwaj i'i.iii-
I tti) m ■ itibrook
iti      if. Mi ■;.    ■'.               ~    ■■ tM '   Ilk    HW6
■;. ■    • ... for ib« ii*n».
VVVVVVVVVV^-^VVV^VTV^'W'^ WWW
l T. D. McBride j
t •* X
9 Shelf     Heavy Hardware ♦
* T
Popular Prices 25. 35 and ..
Mr   and Mrs   u   Moore, <ju 50 cents,
.ppelle, and Mrs .1    \V    Peter
on.    Kepaw,    were   registered rickets on sale at Uontlie A
i the Cninbrook Wednesday. Atchison, Druggists
AT  PRICES you never *
heard of before in the west *
6/-m
Sitlisfiu'tion   walks    hand-in-
iiiind with  :'n»* bargains to   be
. id  this  week  al   t Iranbrook's
j* greatest store.—Hill iV Co.
* 	
Miss    ■'tinn'nijliaui.   who  has
een ;. guesl oi Mr, and Mr-, i <
\ Rogers for the past two weeks,
eturned to Nelson Tuesday.
.1. H. Waldraan, Montreal,
nd W Brown. Vancouver, wern
:uests at th<-  Cranbrook Iburs
Stock Quotalions
ibi .    >j    iteaie   k  Kl« ,.   iti •
raubruoa   B.I -
Han nn'. Wlr   Oiaa Matt)       * '■'"
Marrooi Wlrelew   kmniesai '  ■■
D«ioroftt IVIrvleai r«lt*eraph] ' ■'"
Vnnh Star
-  .... an
Si  Kogene IS
Kamblet >'jt Iboo '-*-
Wa»tera . HI and ' <•■*■
[nteroatlooal Coal k ■ "ke- :i
Sales.
Sunn SW!    '"     W- -■.-ni ''..'. ■    I
M99**99**99** **%%***%**99*
lMt'-, »■  L'raubrook    B.l      '.:..-    Kb .ij. "(
Jul)   *.'-•'■'•
W    \   MACDON KLV   >•- r^'.ir>
NOTICE.
TAKK SOT1CK tbal thirty ilajn after date
i Iniead toapplj '■■■'.■ ' ■■-■' Commlaalonai ol
i.at.'i* aifi Worlti (ora apuelal Itecaca io cat
an*l carry away Umber ftoin tbe (oltowtng At
-{[).. i| laa*U ' ■ ii IN :.'■■• • :. So i heatl
Koot. naj
Coman Bflon •      .'. ■       rtjr i baina
houib of ihe MWth real rornei ol Join. ¥
llrfdgca are-empUoD tu•-r ■ • - «outb e-.aiKi?
rbalua tbeare areal eight) cbalaa ibeaci
north eighty rhain*i theaci •--■. i itbt] rbalm
■.. i-,:iii of, .jimin'ii. i-ui'iii
■ >■-        ni  l*ih i •'-
t: IIKOIIOK A   LAl'ltlK
NOTICE.
Ice      Creorti
$ HOT WKATHER UOoDS
I        Oil     Stoves.
$ Frcc/erw.
%
% .
a        1 niperi;iI   Oil   <'.h.   Luhricatinn  and %
9 lUuminatinn <)il>. 9
pu|| Lini si • i,:. nitew ire.     Cooking 1 -tensils
For Light Cooking.
J
A 13 l-Vnwi.-k. Tims, l-'.-uwk
nl 11 S I lark nl K.n', Steel
ere at  I 'ranbrnok  Monday  i
A  L.  Clark, and Mr, McfJeth    SMr
f Moyie. were in lown Wednes   ii*u i intend i>. bi»i»I) t" taeHun n, ii.i--i
\1j.     I'll]-.,"     has   sold   his   l-'',n,mia»ionera oll-anrt. *   Work, for pennu
day
Uli
side i",u
Mr. Mt-Bi'lh.
FOR  SALE
i
p
r 4 11 h   >
tnil Rn ..-.:.    md r,n the   Kootenay   Rivei
from  store and   ',-.-' ifl   •-.   oinc
i 'on
tbe v ■
indani
This j
i
|i n
l-',.i- fu
T daiijihter,   lefl  on  Wednesday
X trtilii mi :i visit ni their old home
•j. in Printe Edward Island,   They
._• .-: acres, ol wh eh :      - th   very besl land £ ,,v,n i„. iwivy about two months,
-  .-    23 acres are  unlet i-ull ,-alion and there is J- 	
..... foi rpuses. J*.     Maurice Quain  and    William
••- West,   will  l'o tu Poplar Creek
tv willh n terms  to I »ex\  week to do the annual as
a sessmenl   work  on several mu.
-.       i.-i. .crea of land la Uie Kaal
Konten I] land toon   parti, alarlj de
H-ribed .,%   folloaa    Commenelne   .,. a i...i
  Prank  Parks,  clerk al .1   lJ.  -,,«„:.-.. u>mark n n. ■iot.itiv
s McCormick Farm Im-  McBride's    hardware   store,   is iiin(ay»i-oaniaim ..w poatneinniwomile.
..   [lakes,   Mowers  aud  lakin*    in   the    -bifz   fair"   al  '"    :   "''" 'l^' "«■<"■>;■■<'■>'■<»«"'";
,:.   , ...     ? eaal of Elk river  IhenreeaaHO chain,  tbe	
j.  Iieapers,   Deere  I lows.     .1.  I)   Winnipeg. aoninsoeiiaina tneno ,«u--m nu-n«
  ttnrtli  un- to Hi- point -,f beginning
P. McPherson.  C.P.I!    right-  f-i* '■'■>•   " '' J"'"'-"" ''";'
from %     Mi-. undMrs. McEarchern,and of-way agent, and Mrs. MoPher-
Central
Hotel
.•tu
f the Kootenaj ' '--i.    -,-  ..    ,
son. were guests al Ihe n
ni Mrs  i'i,..si thi., week
idenc
i >i
KOlitrU JOHNSON
ProDrletor
♦    Marysville, B.C.   ♦
The leading Hotel of the Si    Mary's   Vallay.
Nice airy riKiins, newly furnished,   IHible as good
Wfj    :is unv in Kootenay
W GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOMS
.i.   Harris,  senior inember a-
tin-linn of Harris  Hros. relumed Monday from :i   business trip 'v
to tiie N'orthwesl.
nr tin- owner « ill  i-xt i. ingc   fur other
''   T ing claims in  which they an
1 teresled.
NOTICE.
TUir: NOTICK mat 1 Intend toappl) lollte   I,   CLAIM'
blelComaii..! r n:  i,.n,.i. and Worka lora
Special Utcem-e lo cut and carrj  .».; limber
from the ...-.::,' d wnbed lai, ,s in suuib-
.■a.i Koitleua) lii-lr;.: liritlali Coloulhla
Commencing al a pmi planted r,■ r, y chain.
W   ROLLINS
,-r panic . irs ajip v '
Beale & Elwell
Baker. St.
HILL Sc CO.
Barrister ' >   H   Thompson i
turned Pridny IllSl from .ill C\- Kaat ul ibe Soutbweat corner of C Huagetiottl
tended visit Ul ToruntO. Mr. I'«»en'« timber lUrencc thence South elRhij
,,,, , ,  ... . ulialn*    thenee    Wi*»l    forty   chain*    thenee
.u   rhompson  wns also at Chicago .,„.Ul ,„u,,,..,,..,,,... u-.., ,.„,, ,i„„.-
i      .1    F    Armstrong    Assistant  a    other eastern polnls, tbence Nenheightjebaiu.: thence Beat fom
*p   , . '   . .      »   chain.: tbence North forty clialna  ihenci Ka.l
± Commissioner   of    Undsand ,„„ ,,,.,,.,„,,„,. ,.,,„:„. „,„,
f, Works, and road superintendent A-  <     Watklns returned lasl       ,   . ...    ,„,,, ,„.
S. Mac-key.   were   al   Perry creek Saturday from an extended visit                         , ,, .... ,., ,,„,,,.„
•!•  Moudaj-   inspecting the roads in to   'I"'   "Old   Country",     Mr,    a                                    imuh
T ,|i;i] vicinity. Watkins was formerly a clerk in
X                        ihe Canadian Hank of Commerce
T     The  pasl  week has been par       '    — notice.
Cranbrook, B.C. f licularly active    There has been
 t ;a lai i;-- number of strangers in
•:-:-.---.-i-.-.-i-;-i-.-i-.-i-;-.-i-i-i--v   .,,,„,    .,,„,  „ WJ  thenisuvernl  proved this w t, by an eleganl  -i--
mining experts who are in this -"-'»  ,|" >  gold, Short & Co
section     looking   over   mining v<*r° thB artists.
The  plate   glass    window of    takb notick uinieti
'Leask Hi." Tailor, ' Imsl n im- chiei ni..iu„e, ..i u , and wmk. tu,.
■ , the followlni   leaerlbed landa In Si
eaai Kootenai m.trlcl  llrltl-b Colui
:e|ns ',t a |h,-i planled "i u„- f-mlle
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Mot Air
Comfortable Bedrooms
First (bias's Dining Koom
HEADQUARTEHS   I'OR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
'ntnmi i.
propertn
pnstnn theweatern boundnrrof lot IMl.Ornup
.1. Sten-itl.   who   Inis   been   ill   i.thenee VVcji elibti chain,   ihencesouib
cunille '-siiihiisiiincnis to con
T ^^-1-^srs." n«a/l TV/Ti-wa'c vlnce anyone that our merchant
LaClieS     ailCl  Men S a,-,, well prepared to make Cm,.
Furnishers.
It needs only nn  Inspection of for the past month with it severe - -   11,-1,,.- Ka.i ,-i^nu chain
, 1 , 1 1, t --,,■!.- raf fot'nr   wroi itrnttnrl I, ,u 11   ihent-e North eighty chalna w place of net
the stocks  m  the various mer- aiiaca 01 ie\er. wusiutiunti man ^
cantile   establishments to con- the latter part of this week. His    " „,,., :„„.,„„,;„„,,
■s many friends were giad to see ,■ n-.,,,..,..,.„,
him,
lll'Olll,   1 ll,;     'mi;.':'    .,       , ':i   - '
Win. liobinson, "Monte l arlo
w,is in  Cranbrook Monday, Mr.
Sri'llhl
lommercial center o
t Kootenay.
THE
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that 1 Intend 10 apply to the
If you are leaving town for the Robinson was mi   l,is way to chief t-ommiuidnerof und and work. for.
summer and  wish" 1.1  get   full s""'1"    Monte, says that it was si 1 umn:io«and earrraway timbe,
In-in-lit of vonr vic-ition   ltldstill ""'   >"'w-   Of Construct on of the "»">ihefollowing dewribed landa lnsoutb
iu'lieni 111 Mini \, 11,1111111. .lii'i sun                       ,1    , ,           ,.,-      ,     „ ea»l Kootenay n.trlct. lir tab Co umb a
..,.! id,. Iiu-il news    ilon'l   fin-.o-l W- ( - "-, 'hill brongh   bun 11 "in
get inn local news,   mill 1   nn-ii           Commencing ut a post planted lorty chain.
10 subscribe for  Till-; PUOSPKC- B-dmonton. «oulhottb'e.HoathwcalcornerofCUun,ertord
  — I'lllll'lL   .  'I'l... ....   I ,...      a.rih   ..;..,...
Pollen'a Tlmbet Llechee ihenee North <-i*rlitv
Pastor   J.    L     Sloal    Will    be  thaln.   thence u-.-i elehlj chains;  tbence
home to Conduct Services  in   the  s""»lc>i' -rehsln.: thenoe Kaat eighty chain.
^r^^^a A- at    ~    ...     I   j—^       \\.    . Wilson the Jeweler has ,,       ,   ,      ,       ,.    ,      u .1   k> place of beginning
m                aa/ak .aasaa.    ^aav   mimm                ^m^m^     .(**%    I   ^*sV                                                               .   Bap 1st c lurch  on Sum av. holb
■ _   W* A^\ 4f^ "W" ^la»^  sTj   ■ m m   nisi   |,ut   in  stock  a  very  neat   \\ u. „,
Souvenir S| n with a cut of Ihe
newly liuished C.P.R. Station in
"Come and
..., .-,'" .  tho public  an. cordially
Ihe   bowl.       I lies"  conic   111   all '
IS STILL ON AT
Granurooa's Greatest Store
HILL St CO.
sizes, and make a very attractlvi
souvenir.
morning and evening.    Subject
for evening will in
See'
invited to attend,
if June 1009
Wm   II   Harvey.    I.r„i,t,i
A  meeting to lv
NOTICE.
Ih« ri'DOi-t r'VfK NUT,CE"""H"ienduiappli loll,,
                                                                             ine i,|i'in chief commlailoner of Unda and Work, for a
Died: Al St. Eugene Hospital "[   ,lin fc?mKm   n!   ' ■'",    ,:'V'' ,'";''n '','T""",' ";""'"■""»> ■""'""
,„.        ,         ,,    ,,      '„,,   charge of Labor Dav celebration 'rum Iho following doacrtbed landa in Soulb-
clau fbterof Mr andMrs   John  -asbeim,, the  Herald oflloe on  '«• «- -
berg of the committee renort sue- „             ,    ,       ™"'™         "
,,     ,.   '""'"I I"'1 Har.oy a timber licence thenee Weal eight]
cess in collecting money enough chain.; thence s..„u, ,.,,,„„. ,Mw ,,,,„„.
to  insure  a good   time.     A pro- Bastt!l.-btyol>alna:thoii„e North«l(hty chain.
gramme     bus    l ,   outltnnd """' "»««»i"n
areoae, oil and nut slams  paint and earth   ...hieh will   he.   ,.,,i,ii i   j   •    .",„ "*"'" """ -"" ''*>' "' ■>'""' ''"''
STuaeThe   M.a.cr Hechinlc'." T» soap   *"'?"* "   je published   in the i.u,.„ „.,vcS-.
Albert Toilet Soa|, Co.. lllri.                              n«t lSSUe Of thO PR09PE0T0R. I    '-'»                                          Ucaior
Meehnnles, 1 armors, spnriainen ■
'l'„ beat iit'.i lolten tin- -utn and  rem,,
THE   BEST
The   King   of  the   Road
OVERALLS
For Railroad Men
Union Made
HEN'S STRAW HATS
At Half Price
Reid & Co.

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