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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDaAY, JULY 2S, WOO.
No. 80.
KOOTENAY CENTRAL RAILWAY
Eleven Miles tf Right-of-way
Cleared-Grade Will be Completed by September
Foul miles of tlio grade on the
Kootonay Central railway have
practically been completed, and
a substantial looking piece of
work il is too. There is a break
or two In the grade, but this is
no fault of tbe contractors, the
water having risen so fast during
the recent hot spell that work
had to be stopped just as connections were about to be made and
operation carried on elsewhere.
It Is quite a pretty sight, however, to look along the grade
and view its gentle curves from
the far end of the slough,
where it starts and continues as
far as Nicholson's
There are ab ml tifly teams
working steadily and about l"iO
men, and those are making good
headway, all tilings considered,
as the work is frightfully heavy,
owing to the numerous stumps
and snags all along the route.
The right-of-way has been
cleared out for over eleven miles
and il is expected that the grade
will reach this point by the
end of September, when preparations will be made no doubt for
the further prosecution of the
work.
There are altogether five
camps, each of which looks like
a miniature city. The men are
comfortably quartered and are
well fed, the grub being goods
only ol the highest standard and
lots of it.
This week one camp was
moved a mile or two further up
Ibe valley, and in a few days
more tbe headquarters camp will
be moved to Horse creek, and
there established for several
months.
P. E. Leach, the engineer in
charge, intends taking a run
along lhe line as far as Windermere along about the 15th of
September to inspect the line of
location.
Monday last was payday and
a great deal of money was distributed amongst the boys, many
of whom paid the town a call as
a result.
deaths, and marriages for the
southern division of Ensl Kooienay, Deputy mining Recorder
for that portion of the Port
Steele Mining division known as
the Fomle district, registrar of
the Fernie registry of the
supreme court, and recording
officer for the Fernie cuttle
district.
The Coal and Coke Output.
The output of coal al the (
N.   I'.  0.  Co.'s mines   for   the
week ending Friday, July 20 was
as follows:
tons;.
Coal Creek 12,9511
Michel  8,;-)!*"i
This Settles It.
More rumors have been
current lately, in Grit news
papers only, that a general provincial election would be pulled
oil this fall. Concerning these
the Nelson Daily News has made
a most careful inquiry, us a result of which the News is positive in its statement that political war will certainly commence
this fall. The above facts are
now clinched by the appointment ol Mr. F E. Simpson of
Cranlirook, as organizer for the
Liberal party ill Southeast
Kootonuy, who will at once commence the work of gathering to
tin- fold all the Liberals in the
district, appointing captains und
lieutenants, committees etc., to
keep Ihem in line for Ihe coming
campaign, even if it docs uol
occur until next year or the following year.
Appointments.
A. Joyce of Fernie has been
appointod Deputy Registrar of
tho Country Court liolden at
Fernie.
Collector of Kovenue Tax, Act
1901 and deputy under the
Marriage Act, and Doputy
registrar for the Fornie registry
of the Supreme Court, and deputy recording officer for the
Fernie cattle districl.
,1. II. McMullen has been appointed as registrar of the
Country Court of East Kootenay
holdon at Pernie, Deputy Clerk
of the peace for the Country of
Kooteuay, Collector under tho
Revenue and registrar under
the Marriage Act, Deputy for
tbe Fernie Electorlal district,
district   registrar    of    births,
Total.
.21,85-1
COMING AND GOING
Mrs. J. Reid is spending a
few days at Baynes lake.
Bert Ross came up from Sirdar
Tuesday on business.
W, F. Gurd was at Nelson
Friday ou business.
Mighton's Cigar Store for a
box of Cigars.
Ti M. Roberts was at Elko
this week on business.
H. C. Baker, Toronto, was in
the city this week.
R. Benedick came up from
Mayook Wednesday on business.
Wanted good girl for general
house work.  Apply at this office
Frunk Murphy is outing at
Moyie this week.
A. E. Hale of Fernie was in
the city Friday.
Vic Rollins was at Elko Sunday last.
Just arrived, a carload of hay
and oats. A. C. Bowness
J. Stevenson of Wycliffe was
in the city Monday.
P. Greene of Toronto, was in
town Monday.
C. E. Miller of Creston was in
the city Monday.
E. A. Hall of Moyie was in the
city Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Felton of
New York were Cranbrook visitors this week.
"Samson" heavy Milk Cans
and dairy supplies at Patmore
Bros.
W. L. Smith and F. W. Smith
of Pembroke were iu the city
Monday.
W. B. Grant and J. H. McGil-
livary of Nelson were guests at
the Cranbrook Monday.
A. B. Fenwick and H. S. Clark
drove over from Fort Steele
Monday on business.
N. Royal, an engineer of the
Crow line, left Cranbrook Monday on a visit to Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. lien Huckle of
Marysville spent several days in
town this week.
Fresh every day, at the
"Palm". Homemade candies.
Try thom.
A. McNeil of Moyie was registered at the Cosmopolitan Monday.
II. S. F. Jaquith, representing
Urown Bros, of Toronto, was
transacting business al Cranbrook on Saturday last.
0. 11. Hodgson and Geo.
Knights of Edmonton were Cranbrook visitors during the early
part of this week.
J. ,1. Johnson of Vancouver,
and E. E. Gilroy of Toronto
were registered at the Cranbrook
Tuesday.
S. A. Cultot, of Coleman und
J. M. Easterbrcok of Cowley
were guests at the Cosmopolitan
Monday.
G. Harrower, representing the
North West Trading Company
of Lethbridge, was in the city
Monday.
I receive shipments of fruit
every day and will lie pleased to
attend to your orders ut lowest
prices.    H. Stewurt.
It. Barker, Toronto, J. Stone
of liruntford, and I). J. drier of
Macleod were registered at the
Cranbrook Friday.
J. M. Robinson and family
have gone to Montreal on u visit
They will be awuy for six or
seven weeks.
Rev. .1. P. Westman and Mrs.
Westman arrived homo from the
Summer School outing at Elko
on Wednesday. They report
having a good time.
J. A. liolden of Pincher Creek
was iu town Monday.
Choice Peaches and Plums at
Sii-wart's today.
.1. Ettingor of Chicago was al
the Cranbrook Monday.
Mighton's Cigar Store for It.
H. H. Pipes.
Dr. Hell returned Friday from
Gateway.
A. T. Moran of Kimberley was
in the cily Tuesday.
Rev. .1. P. Westman left Friday on a short visit to Creston,
he will return today.
Mrs. L. W. Patmore returned
Priday from an extended visit to
Vancouver and other coast cities
Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Owens of
Wardner were Cranhrook
visitors on Friday.
H. R. McConnell of Toronto
was a guest at the Cranbrook on
Friday.
Mrs. James McNeil returned
from an extended visit to eastern
Washington Wednesday.
R. E. Hetherington of Creston
was transacting business at
Cranbrook Friday.
They are excellent- Ice cold
drinks, and Ice Cream, all flavors
at the "Palm".
E. Truesdale and J. H. McGil-
livary of Nelson was doing business at Cranbrook Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dilse of
Baynes Lake were Cranbrook
visitors several days this week.
C. Sinclair of Gateway was a
guest at the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
J. .!-. Bell of Ottawa and J. W.
Brown of Montreal were registered at the Cranbrook Tuesday.
Dr.   Green   was   at    Creston
Tuesday on   professional   busi-
iss.
S. E. Bradley and W. D. Duke
of Vancouver were guests at the
Cranbrook Wednesday.
C. H. Raabe of Spokane,
Wi>sh., was a guest at the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
Read the McClary Mfg. Co.'s
ad. re the "Sunshine" Furnace.
Patmore Bros., sole agents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Eager left
on Monday for Calgary where
they will reside in tbe future.
Fred Sirapsou of the Herald
was at Nelson Friday on business.
W. S. Wyatt and L Smith of
Vancouver, spent Sunday last in
Cranbrook.
J. A. Maedonald, M.P.P., of
Rossland, was registered at the
Cranbrook Sunday last.
J. A. Willis of Janesville,
Minn., was a guest at the Craubrook Saturday last.
Mrs. J. Wolfe returned Wednesday from an extended visit to
Washington.
We have what you need iu
Garden Hose, all rubber and
cotton covered.   Patmore Bros.
Thos. Fenwick of Fort Steele
was a Cranbrook visitor Thursday.
B. Gallagher of Kimberley
and H J. Riley of Moyie were
registered at the Cosmopolitan
Tuesday.
Rev. W. G. W. Fortune left on
Wednesday of this week to spend
three weeks at Baynes luko.
Mrs. Fortune accompanied him.
They will camp out.
Mrs. Win. F. Tate, and i). Ross
Pate and Master Eric Tate,  left
on Monday on a visit to Toronto,
Montreal    uud    other   eastern
cities.
Judge Wilson returned from a
business trip to Nelson on Monday. He held a sitting of the
county court during lhe afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Watt, and
daughter wore at Kaslo this
week. Mr Walt has recently
purchased a large timber limit
in that vicinity.
Dr. King left Wednesday for
an eastern visit to points on the
Atlantic coast. lie will visit his
oldhoineiuN.il. In-fore ho returns.
Mr. ,1. S. Staples camo down
from Wycliffe Sunday to meet
Mrs. Staples who arrived from
Frodricton, N.S., on the morning train Monday. They returned to WyclilTe Tuesday.
N. Hanson of Wasa was in the
city Thursday on business. Hu
wus accompanied by Miss
Turner, 0, M. Edwards, and Mr.
Halo. Thoy report having a
pleasant ride in Mr. Hanson's
new" Rambler."
ORANBROOK WILL CELEBRA'iE
Committee Appointed to Make Ar
rangements for Labor Day
Celebration—Vice Presidents
Elected.
Last Saturday evening a
public meeting was held in Patmore Hall lo discuss the holding
of a celebration on Labor Day.
'I'he attendance was large rep
resenting the business men and
the workmen of the city. His
Worship Mayor Rogers occupied
the chair and Mr. E. Small was
chosen as secretary. It was
agreed that Cranbrook should
celebrate Labor Bay but there
was considerable discussion as
to the advisability of having a
two day celebration and the
making of a programme to cover
that time. The following were
appointed as a committee, to
make the necessary arrangements, with power to add to
their number:—
F. E. Simpson, E. Small, Wm.
Small, S. J. Mighton, H. White.
S. Maedonald, A. B. Grace, A.
Shankland, C. H. Abbott.
Thecommitee held a meeting
for Ihe purpose of organization
on Wednesday evening, when the
following business was trail
sacted.
F. E. Simpson called the committee to order, and the minutes
of last meeting were read and
adopted.
Mr. A. McDonald nominated
Mr. Win. Small as permanent
chairman, and Mr. Harry
White was nominated as secretary, both gentlemen being
elected.
Messrs Will Rollins, Thos.
Boyter and Thos. Dorris were
added to the committee.
Upon motion Mr. S. J. Mighton was elected as vice-president
Mr. F. E Simpson tendered his
resignation as a committee-man
owing to important business
which will require his ubsence
from town a greater portion of
the next two months. Mr. Mort
Billings was elected to till the
place made vacant by Mr.
Simpson.
The following gentlemen were
elected as vice-presidents:
-I. P. HutchiToft, .Varyaville
D. R, Yates, Wyolllle
Hugh Mi-lnnuHs, [taker
Geo. Walen, Wardner
Archie I.eiteh, Jaffray
Clias. McDonald, Port Steele
Harry Barr, Waiia
Win. Tosh. MoKenzie's Mill
Clias. Davie, Pernio
F. A. Kankin, Smelter Marysville
Pred Adolphe, Baynes Lake
Li-e MaiiHiii-ld. North Star Mill
T. E. Kelly, Moyie.
.1. Austin, Klko
M. Johnson, Kings Mills
Olive Bergo, Pen-y Creek
E. I'. MoShoa, I'ai-ruthers Mill
Tims. Moran, Wattshurg
lieu. I.ilteh. East Kootenay Mill
Itnlit. Nelll, Elkmouth
T. M. Agnew, linker Mill
ll. Pearson Jaffray
Goo. Ili'iitlie, Kingsvllle
Sam Spnei's, Oreston
Wm. Oliver, Mayook
('has. (iaski-ll, Klmborloy Milling Co
Hurt Itiiss, Siiliir
The following were appointed
as a finance committee:
s. ,1. Mighton      Wm. Rollins
K. II. Smnll Harry White
ln the matter of holding one
or two days celebration it wus
ou motion, luid over until tlio
next mooting of the committee
which will lake place on Friday
evoning.
C. H, Abbott, A. Shanklin and
F. E. Simpson were appointed a
committee to confer with lhe
railway officials as to special
trains for the accommodation of
visitors to Crunbrook on Labor
Day.
It was moved lhat seven members of the cominillee constitute
a quorum.
Adjourned until Friday evening July 1'7 at H p.m.
Baseball.
The Dodds Clothing Co. bull
team of Spokane, managed by
Walter McCullum, are arranging
a trip through II. C, They will
play a series of five games at
each of the following places:
Cranbrook, Fernie. Frank. Lethbridge and Kalispell. This is
one of the best teams in the
Spokane league, und a good
game will be looked for.
The Pernio baseball team still
have their eye on the Calgary
cup, and an effort will be made
to land it this fall. They have
the timber, and are getting into
shape, and Fernie expect to hav,
the best team in II. C. Fernie
Ledger.
Southeast Kootenay Ore Shipments
The week's output of South
east Kootenay silver-lead minus
were as follows:—
WEEK
YEAII
St Eugene..
.    720
18,488
Sullivan ....
.   rmo
14,4-.'U
Nortli Slur.
.   108
2, null
Total
1,882
85,403
Still Asking for Time
At the second session of the
royal commission heldTuesday to
enquire into sale of Hie Pendray
lots, D. W. Higgins, the World
editor, asked that he be given
further time before answering
the question as to who was the
name of his informant. He said
he wanted to see the stenograph
notes transcribed before being
examined. Commissioner Peters
consented to this.
James Anderson was examined
but gave unimportant testimony.
He declared he had' never told
his wife to call on Mr. Brown,
the real estate agent.
"Conscience Honey."
The first "conscience money"
to be counted in the receipts of a
theatrical man in llritish Columbia is treasured for luck by Manager C. H. Gibbons, who is directing the fortunes of Olivia
Dahl, the famous Norwegian
singer. It wus puid into him ut
the little town of Duncans, where
the hall was crowded to overflowing when Miss Dahl sang
and the people declared au unofficial holiday in her honor.
The manager was standing inside the hull itself the door
sale being over for the evening
—when u lull, loose-jointed
young Englishman elbowed his
wuy through the "standing
room" brigade, and passed over
♦1.50 in white money.
"Couple of chaps with me,
smoking on the steps outside"—
he explained—-'beastly good it
is, and we don't want to sponge
it".
And before the astonished
manager could recover from his
paralytic astonishment, the lank
loose-jointed one had vanished
back ugain into the cloud of
tobacco smoke which overhung
the steps.
Manager Gibbons still has the
♦1.50 in silver coin to prove to
him that it was not all a fairy
dream.
Tho Olive Dahl Company will
appear in Cranbrook, at Wentworth Hull August llth.
Fatal Aooident.
fatal accident occurred
al u sawmill looated at Jutsen
Siding on Thursday, when Wm.
Simmons wus fatally injured being crushed by logs which bruke
away while unloading cars,
the accident happened about il
p.m. and Simmons died at six
o'clock. His remains were
brought In Craubrook on thu
evening train in charge of undertaker Huat.tio.
Big Strike at St. Eugene.
And now comes the good news
thai a tiig body of ore has been
struck in lhe 2,000 loot level of
the St. Eugene. This new strike
is in ubout .Mill feel from the iiiiil
fool  shaft   level.    In   drifting
proof that llie Sl. Eug is Incoming better with depth. Su
well is Ihe company pleased
with I lie property that several
Important Improvments, ii is said
are being planned. Dm- is llu
enlarging of the concentrator
and the adding of  a   lot   of  ma
chinery, and another is the sink
ing of lhe shift to a consiilerabli
greater depth.    This will   an
the employment of 10 ■ more
additional  men.     Movie seems
destined to yet outrival Rossland
or Phoenix as a mining camp
Moyie Leader,
McDonald McKae.
A quiet wedding was solemn
ized ou Thursday evening of thi:
week, when Rev. ,1. P. Westman
united in marriage Archibald
McDonald, C.P.R. brakeman.
and Grace McRae, late of Manitoba. The ceremony was performed in the presence of a few
friends, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. McDonald. After the
ceremony was over and congratulations extended, all sat down
to a sumptuous dinner and tlio
evening was spent in social enjoyments. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald will reside iu Ciaubrook.
I'he Prospector joins in wishing
the bride and groom many years
of happy life.
COMING AND GOING.
F. W. Kelsall came down from
Wattsburg Friday on business.
G. B. Powell returned Thurs
day from a business trip to Elko.
M. A. Beale entertained a
large number of guests at his
residence on Thursday evening.
Fred Becker, manager of the
Staples Lumber Co. of Calgary,
was in llie city Thursday.
Thos. Mayeoek of Marysville
was in Cranlirook for several
days this week on busidoss.
Mrs L. It VanDecar is visiting friends at Winnipeg this
week.
Chas. Smith, accountant for
the C.P.R. at Cranbrook, is
visiting this week at Nelson.
Mori Hilling of the Herald returned Monday from a visit to
Sioux city, Iowa. He reports
having a pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Breckenrldge
passed through Cranbrook Fri
day on their return lo Wardner
from a visit to West  Kootenay.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Darling of
Montreal wore visiting their son.
Mr. Clarence Darling, for
several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haines
returned to Cranbrook Thursday
and have taken up their residence in their new home on
Cranbrook Street.
Pendry Bubble Has Burst.
The investigation into the
World charges against the Lands
and Works department terminated Thursday. It proves the
charges against Hon. R. F.
Green to have been utterly false
Higgins admitting that the
charge had not been substantia
ted. Thus another "hot air''
Opposition bubble has been exploded.
Items of Interest.
A word to you sonny you
little twelve or thirteen-year-old
boy who is smoking cigarettes
on the sly. What do you want
to be when you grow up a still
wart, healthy, vigorous, broad-
shouldered man, or a little, puny,
measly, un 'count woakmlndod
dude.' If you want lo be a man,
strong like a man. with
Ihair ou your face, brains
in your head and muscles
in your limbs, you just let those
cigarettes alone. If you want
Ui be a tiling, pitied liy your
folks, despised by Ihe girls, and
held in contompt by the f, Mows,
keep right nn smoking and end
your days in llie insane asylum.
It has always been a mystery
to us that a young lady should
make some poor fellow believe
that she is interested in his wcl-
from this level a full face of ore' fare when as a matter of fact she
was encountered. This is another j is interested only in his farewell.
DEVELOP ST. MARY'S VALLEY
A Country Rich in Mineral, Agricultural and Forest Wealth
Board of Trade Letter.
'I'm: Phospector has frequently mentioned ihe St. Marys
valley, ami tho Upper St. Marys
country ami 'he wonderful pos
slbllitles of thai section, So far
as exploration lias gone there
appears   to   be   a   lurge copper
bell i' Ing through the country.
From what i-iin he learned the
"i'e      nu       the      surface       is
1 a low grade, and
caiin.it im made available until cheap transportation
is assured. It is a wonderfully
Ulractive section mul when a
railway is buill up the St Marys
i country of magiiifi it propositions will be opened toexplob
tations
One of the prettiest towns iu
Southeast Kootenay is Marysville. It is beautifully located
at the confluence of Mark creek
und lhe Sl. Marys river It is
the only smelter town in the
district, and bids fair to be one
reat Importance. There are
four hotels in Marysville that
ure not excelled by any hotels
east of Kootenay lake. Marysville boasts of several general
merchandise stores, a drug store
sind other industries. The agricultural resources in the vicinity
of the smelter city cannot be excelled in the Kootenay. grain of
nil kinds ripen readily and fruit
grows in abundance. The following letter from Marysville Hoard
of Trade, sent out to a large
number of residents of Southeast
Kootenay indicate that a united
effort is being made to push the
resources of this beautiful valley
to the front,
Marysville, ll.C. 1900.- To all
persons interested in the development of the resources of the
Sl. Mary's valley in the district
of East Kootenay, ll.C.
The residents of the town of
Marysville. who have for years
been waiting patiently to seethe
valley of the St. Mary's receive
ts deserving share of public
iittuiilion, having decided to
take the initiative in arousing
those directly interested  in  the
velopinent of the wonderful
resource of the St. Mary's
valley, to a consciousness of the
duty that lies before them, and
oping thereby to secure the
hearty cooperation of all interested, have organized a lively
and active Board of Trade, which
n turn has decided to call a
public meeting to be held in
Chenette's Hall, August 1st,
10 a. m. A special invitation is
hereby extended to you
to attend the meeting,
which has for its purpose the discussion of ways and
means of attracting attention of
the general public to this valley,
and through this tho securing of
the investment of capital to be
spent wisely, which is now the
main thing needed to prove that
this valley contains resources in
mineral, limber ami lands that
offer many opportunities to investors. The following questions
among others, will be taken up.
viz:
What are our resources?
What hinder their development y
How can these hiuderances
be overcome.
An united offoi'l Is required lo
push lhis valley lo lhe front,
Let, us all get iii line and much
good can be accomplished. The
hearty en operation of all interested is Ihe sinceresl wish of
Ihe St Mary's Hoard of Trade.
In  case you  are   unable  to  he
prosonl at tho mooting the secretary will lie pleased to receive
your written opinions which
will lie read at the meeiing.
Kindly   let   us  hear from you
! either hy letter or in person.
Yours for success,
-I. I'. HivilruoFT. Pres.
| I.. 0, Bishop, M.D., Sec. THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   B, 0., JULY 28, 1906.
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would to .i howling coyote
Does the
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think the electors of ihis pro
vince can l>e hoodwinked with
his thin veneer of rot, about the
Kuii-ii Island deal, after the
shameful pari taken by him in
the Investigation of thai deal by
the government.
a    a    a
The Victoria Times und the
N't'lsmi Daily News are positive
in their declarations that a pro
vincial election will take place
this fall. One would judge from
these statements that the Times
ami News were a little off in
their upper storeys, that the
wheels were working too fast;
but their ambition is like the
opposition simply unlimited
gall.
a      *      *
On reading the Nelson Daily
News and other "Grit" papers in
this province one would imagine
that a provincial election was on
a      a-      *
"Old timers" predict a long
and olid winter, on what the
prediction is bused cannot be
learned, but it may be from thej
utterances of the opposition
press.
* *   *
lu 1899 a syndicate uf Vancouver men offered Dreyfus
Jtt.OOO a day and traveling expenses to lecture for one year in
Europe and America. "The
Major" would be worth considerable more than $1,000 today as a
lecturer.
The Pire Brigade have all
necessary appliances for fight-
lug tires, and is considered one
of the best lire departments in
llritish Columbia.
* *   *
Labor Day will be celebrated
throughout Ihe province. Just
keep your eyes on Crunbrook on
September 3rd.
a a a
It is gratifying to note that
our people are sprucing up and
putting paint on their dwellings;
a little paint goes a long way in
adding value to property. A
man will purchase a painted
house with a fence around it
much sooner than he will one
not so ornamented. There is a
lack of finish to an unpainted
house which is oppressive to the
artis'lc eye.
is one of richest mineral producing countries in the world. Its
gold mines are in Iho lead, and
Its diamond Industry is virtually
a monopoly and may continue lo
In- so Indefinitely,
It is a curious fart, notwilli
standing the extravagant vooa
bulary of the company promoter,
no two mini's in the world have
produced either gold or silver at
the same cost for any long period.
Local conditions, character of ore
methods of treatmout, ami often
the personal intellectual equation
of the mine manager, are factors
that make it almost impossible
to operate two properties al the
same cosl and produce the same
results.
in Great Britain and llermnny
'billion'denotes a million millions
in the United States, Franceaud
other countries, h thousand
milllous
EMPLOYMENT
A.C1BNCY
It mill pay thoso who are
looking for work lo call and
Professional.
HARVEY k MoCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
ORANBliOOI.,     -    B.C.
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbl'OOk        British Columbli
C. H. DUNBAR
BAltlllSTHU, SOUC1TOU
iiilI NOTAltN   I'lllil.lU,
Cranbrook, I! C.
ti. H. Thompson
- w.   iiililiisTKIl A HOMOITOH
*: -?i   SIVI'AUY l'l lll.H'
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
i i-nuliiixik, H.C.
THOMAS   Mi* V ITT IK
P..L.S. <fi CE,
Port Steele H.C.
i»MM»m»«»»»»»»»*»*"
FOUND
Tiie
UN IIAKKli ST., ONE DOOR WKST OF
llll.l. A  I'll.    Tha only place lu town
.   iimi ,-uii make life worth the living,
Dolitan Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Jim   McArthur
Hi- can  seoure you a job ami
also tit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim MGflrtnur
Hanson Ave.   CRANBROOK, H.C.
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
PllUSJliiiHl and Slll'ljeOII
OFFICE AllMSTHONU  All-:
HotJHs:   '.i u111 ii.in. 2 mt p.m.
*; iii 8 inn.
nmn,- oitiiv 10.",    RoBldenoo 1011
ay, Oats, Wheat, Feec
We have this week unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Special Price for Ton Lots, Call and see us before
haying elsewhere.    We also carry a stock of
CaRNEFA'S STOCK AMD F0ULTRY FOOD
Harris Bros.
CRANBROOK
JU Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection /j
HOTEL
tm
•"• Nearest lo railroad depot,   Hits accommo
dations   lor   Hu-   public   unequalled   in '(}]
('ranbrook.
Jjjfllot and Cold Baths
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    31
Proprietors a|
Items of Interest.
An airlock is an air-tight
chamber used in tunneling when
the tunnel has to be kept filled
with comprssed air to prevent
the entrance of water. The airlock communicates with the
tunnel hy one door, and with the
outside by another. It serves
the double purpose of allowing
the workmen to outer and leave
the tunnel without undue loss of
air, and partially mitigating the
physiological effect of a too
sudden transition from the   high
pressure to the lower pressure
outside,
Tha geology of Africa notwithstanding the many expeditions to the country, is little
known Very ancient crystalline
rocks have been found rising into
mountain ranges, at Intervals
spread over it largo urea. Most
ill the rooks overlying these
ranges belong to tho older formations, suggesting that the con-
liui-ul is antique, The sands
Uiul covin' this largo area are be
lievud lo be mainly of Aeollllll
origin, and have been formed by
theaction of water The porous
clay Ihal occurs so abundantly
in West Africa Isof comparatively recent date, Around the
great "lakes are numerous evidences of vast volcanic activity,
perhaps   recent.   There  is no
gainsaying the  fact   thai  Africa
JOHN  BULL
!■ particular. Tlmt Is what makes
him mAi a force in the world. It li
thut uime particularity that ennhlen
un to niter you tho
Best
Shilling Six-Penny Pipe
in the World
ONE HUNDRED SHAPES AND SIZES.
Every Pip* Guaranteed.
SOLD IN CANADA  TOR 35c,
THEY WILL NOT BURN.
niEV Wll.l. NOT CRACK.
Jual rouictnbor
"Shield Brand" '
G. P. TISDALE
The Tobacconist
| MUSIC |
Mrs   Hislnn teacher of the
mrs. niwup       pianoforte
Special attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing   and
grading of studies.
Por imi-tii-uliu-rt upply to C. E. Ileal &
Co., Tho Druggists.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
Fi    Oa   Ei
FRATERNALOROEREAGLES
Meet every Weilm-mluy
at 8 p.m. in II.1..K. Hull
Visiting  Brothers Cordially   Invltoil
C. Ross Tate, W, President
i'has. Smith, Socy
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO,  125.   It. A. M.
ig Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday in each month ul eight,
o'clook.
Sojourning Companions  are
cordially invited.
Wm. 1-'. Tatk, Serlbe E.
Hex I       ORANBROOK, B. O.
W*m*mmv>Wiwmmm
im*****i*
ITonsorial Parlor:
For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
1 Walter B.Laing,
Bakor Street, Cranbrook, B.C.    3
MINKItAI. ACT.
(I'iHIM  K.)
aKHTirtOATB Ol" IMI'HuVKMKNTH.
NOTICE.
"Onlliiili." "Ilotnatlla," 'ilm'.ili'iV'lvi'iit."
1 Ajlix, I'l'iii'd'Hl," iiiiii "SlimviliKl" 1111 nt'nil
ultiliHH, Bllimto 111 tliu Port StiMJlc Minim; Ui
vision iii Knsi Kootonuy DUtrloi,
WliiTi'iiii'iitni,  <in I'Yimii-li Monniiiln miii
Itnll Itiver.
Til In- llntli'i' Uml J MUCH A. ItUrVOy, ¥\ee Mill
ora'Cortllloulo No, it'.iin: iisi-liiik \w iikum for
.l.imi'-. T, UMIitw. ¥iee Mlni'iHlVitilli'iili- Nn.
itihiii. iiiii'ini. sixty diiyi from tho ilnlo lioroor,
to Apply to tlio Mlnlnu 1 tm-I ii'iii'1 ini' ik Cortifl-
uuto of ImprovoinoniB, for tin1 purpoHO df 0I1*
tuliiitii' n Crown unuit of onoli nt the nliovo
I! Ill ilim.
And (tirihi'i  m)C0 notion ttltll iu'Llnti, iiikIit
BOOtlOO .17. nnisi lie OOmmonOOtl In-run' Llu- i-,mi-
hiii'i' ill Hin'li fJortlfloiito nt Iiii)inivi'uii'iiis.
liiiii'ii iIiIh Willi duy oi Julio. HUM.
■il ,1, A. ilAKVKY.
T1MIIHH NOTIOI3
Tiiku nollou Unit 1 Mi iy iluys uftor (Into I, Lliu
umlorslgnoil Intond to upply in thoOblofC -
tnlNHlonor of 1 Ih unil WorlfB nt Vlotorlti foi1
it Hpl'clll) llrrini' lo <iil innl fin 1 y uwuy Llinlior
from U10 following doHflrlliod IiiiiiIk in Kuhl
KooLonny
Coniliiriii'liil'ill 11 |iijmL   Jllllllli'il  ut  Ul'1  IIOI'lll
WONUONIl'l' Of Ll. II, WlltHOll'h   11 till HT  llpplll'll
Hon iln-iii'i'noi'iii'U.T'ii'IuiInh nioroor lOHN In
tlii> north woHl cornor or ,1 Maitn'r- r.u. No. iih-i
thoituo ouHt uu oliitliiH, tlionoo north himMiiiIiih
tllOllOO Wl'rll, Hh'llUlllrl. Llli'lli'i' nniil.lt   ll'lh'lllllllH,
thom hi -JUi-liuhiN 111 tlm point of nommoiiua
inniii I'fiiiUiliiliiH (HO itoroB mora or |ohh<
llllli..! ui  rmiil'tnoli,  III-.,  tlllH  1 Hi.|i  ilnv nl
.llllll'  I!KN1,
■:ii CI, II. WATHON
TrMIIHII MOTIOH
Tubi tire Unit   I   will upply lo lliu Olllnf
(JonitiilHKlimorol I.uikIh Worlmfoni liconoo to
fill iiiiiI curry lltnlior from tha following iln
Burlhoil imidHin Hon tli IOhbI Koolotnty, tl/
UmmnoiinliiKiM tho norihoiiHt oornor uf tho
Kuni it im r llmlii'i  iii'inii'i' on   I'orry  Crook,
llli'lli'i' lOlllh HU I'lllllllH, limiil usl  HI) olmltiH,
than iii hu ciiiiiiiM, thonco woHlBOdmltiH
In Lliu plnoo ul I'uitniii'iii'cmunti
I niulirnoU, llll .luul'. 1WW.
■::i IIAItltV DAVIS
ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS  2ND  AND 4TII   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   liretherti   cordially   invited
C. I!.,   A. McCOWAN,
Secretary, T. MARSHALL
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
BV   USING
SEATTLE,  TACONIA
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Butt'titt
Library Can, Modern
Day Ooachea.
Dining Oan,
MEALS  A   LA  CARTE.
Best  Meals on Wheels
2 PAST   THAINS n
BAST AND WKST DAILY   £.
Km- full particulars, rates,  folders
et,e., call on or address.
H.(!. VKIIKKH,ii.w.I'.a.,
Seattle, Wash,
O,  VV.   MAMONKV, 0.1', X T.A.,
Stiokatio,
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties Intvinm' buck yards,
nml olosets lo clean, unil refuse
iimlli'i' to lie takon uwuy, should
li'iivn orders with mo.
Lonvo orders ut UioCllyClorlisolllao
nr drop a |sistal curd in Bos 10.",,
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Manasetnent
,,    , . -j.       When vnu want a £ood
Headtiuarters for minmu   V , ,
,    , ,   . » plnee   to  stop  I'liiiie to tin-
men and nul timers. % '.,    .   .        '
"• Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
| LEASK k HENDERSON |
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1    "",K FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
IE — Always Up-to-Date — 3
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s\\z Cranbrook. -     - B.C. 3
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■MII%iHi»iKl%iMlr»iHfWII% p%ii%i%iWlMiMiWiMiMiMl»
CRANBROOK
Bowling Alley
One of the best and one of the most
popular   recreations   in   Cranbrook
OPEN   FROM   9   A.M.   TO   12   P.M.
R. LAST1RI, Prop.        OPEN KOR ladies g
Armstronu Ave.      Tuesday and Friday afternoons
iKIKIMIKIKIK |Wi)»Il»Il»lWiKlWiJ»lKilWi-
I P. Burns & Co. 1
«w Head Office,
?~ Calgary, Alberta-
Main Office for East Kootenay
Oranbrook, B.C
Z3
■*m
-3
Z3
23
ZS
Wholesale and Retail
1 Meat Merchants
£
£
£ Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storag<
F    Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta.
iUiUlUlUUiUiUliUlUUlUUUSlUUlUiiUiUlUlUUliUiUiUli.
Z3
3
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3
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Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville. B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
Tho above hotol hus boon recently erected, nnd neatly furnished throughout. The Bur Is supplied with tho best brands ul
Liquors und Cigars.
G&o. R. LtfM & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Plsinx, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   hinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, JULY 88, 1906
SIMPII
STRONO
SILENT tafa. SPEEDY
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Mouth
Allowanoe Made For Old Machine
- ski-: -
Arnold & Roberts
^he gfrosprctor.
SATURDAY, JULY 28, lUOti.
If you have Beauty
WE  Wll.l. TAKK  IT
If you   have   none
WE Wll.l, MAKE IT
Prest Photo Co.
Studio.
Picture Framing a Specialty
Bilker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklayer   ~
""'"'Contractor  *
PHONE 115
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description nf stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDES
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Winnipeg Exhibition
$20.85 Round Trip
On sale July 20 to 27.     Good
to return till August 2nd.
Eastern
Excursions
St. Paul, Chicago, Ontario,
Qu.iheu, Maritime Provinces
August 7, 8, 9, Sopt. 8, 10. Good
to return till Oct. 81.
For rut™, bcrtli reservations und
eompleto information upply tu loi-ul
agents,
10. ,T. Coylo,   A.O.I'.A.,   Vancouver
.1. S. CARTER,   D.P.A.,   Nelson, U.C.
Vour attention In nailed tu the
"Plonoor Limited" IralriH nl tho "Mil-
wuukou A St Paul lliillwuy." "The only
porfoot trains In tho world."
You will tlml it ,1i-mIi'iiIiIh to ride on
thoso trains when -filing to any point ln
lliu Eastorn StutuH or Canada,. Thuy
oonneot with all Traiiseontlnental
Trains and all Tloket Agents sell
tlekots.
For further Inloriuation, pamphlets,
oto, ask any Tloket Agent or
It. L. FORI), II. S, ROWE,
Pirns. Agent, (ioncral Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled sorvloo from
the wost Ui tin- i-iiNt. and south, Making
oloso ooiinootlons with trains of ull
transoontlnontal linos, pasHongerH are
givi-n thoir uholoo ot routes to Chicago
Loulsvlllo, Momplilsahd New Orleans,
and through thoso points to tho tar oust
Prospootlvo travolorB desiring Inlor-
iiiutlon as to tin- lowiwt ratoH and bout
routos aro Invltoil to oorrospondonoo
with tho following roprosontatlvos,
It. ll. 'I'iuijMiiiii,!,, Comraorolul Agont
14''Third St., Portland, Oregon,
,1. ('. I.INIIHKV, T. F. A I'.A.
1-12 Tlilnl Hi., Portland, Oregon
P. II. Thompson, P. X P.A., Room 1
Column Bldg,, Bottttlo, Wash,
Why Do We Gome Into Life?
For what purpose do we come
into life, and why do we leave ity
is the somewhat curious query
propounded by an analytical
reader.
My own personal conclusions
on this subject, supported by
somewhat tedious studies in the
same direction,' under wise instructors, lead uie to the belief
that we come into this world, at
the call of the Great Universal
Power buck of all things, to
comp'ete ourselves — important
parts of the Universe of God.
In a mighty machine there are
innumerable little bolts and
rivets, and seemingly insignificant pieces, but all ure needed
to make the whole a perfect thing
Precisely so each individual
is needed to make this wonderful piece of mechanism— the
universe.
But as the universe is greater
than a machine, so a man is
greater than a piece of wood or
iron. He is the expression of
the power that created him, and
his purpose in life is to reflect
his maker.
We come into each incarnation more and more to perfect
ourselves and to reveal more and
more of the divine until we are
completed—and "one with God"
We come here to better the
world for those that follow us.
We leave this world to go on
in other realms and learn other
lessons.
This world is but one of the
"many mansions" of the Creator
There are realms upon realms
and zones around zones and
worlds beyond number in the
millions of miles of space beyond
the earth.
It will require millions and
billions of years for the soul of
man to see and hear and know
the wonders of the universe.
But to each soul, earnest
enough and faithful enough and
loving enough to desire these
experiences, they will come.
Sorrow, pain trouble, well
borne, and toil and hardship endured with faith and cheerfulness, are all steps toward the
higher experiences awaiting us
when we leave this body.
Idleness, selfishness, pleasure
enjoyed al the expense of others,
mean the dwarfing of the soul
aud the retarding of its progress.
There are knowledge, glory
and happiness waiting for those
who climb through this world on
the stairs of love and unselfish
toil.
It does not matter what you believe, or what your creed, or your
mode of worship—if you love
and believe in the power back
of the universe and love your
fellow men and work for tbe
good of all you are fulfilling the
"purpose" of this life.
No mutter if you are a Croseus
of wealth and an Emperor of
power, if you are not doing
these things you ure violating
the law of life, and must pay
the penalty.
If you aro an errand boy or a
servant girl, und you are living
up to thu highest ideal of duty
and love, then you are greater
than thu Kiug or Queen who
lives in indolence and selfishness.
We come into this world to
better it aud to perfect ourselves
to such degree us we may In
this one short Incarnation.
Wo go out of this world to use
the lessons wo have learned in
it for wider knowledge beyond
and advance or to begin over, as
we have chosen while here.
Some prospectors pretend to
locate mines through observing
the vegetuble growth. Thoy
declare thut there is a plant that
grows whero there are deposits
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Stoum Hollars und Piirnuno Work u
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.  Cranbrook, B.G.
of lead; that in all iron country
birch trees indicate veins of iron;
the beech tree favors limestone,
the zinc violet indicates deposits
of zinc, and there is a plant that
grows in low, deuse bushes,
with small leaves coated with
thick white down and wild rose-
colored flowers in clusters on
long stems, which indicates the
presence of silver.
Agassiz lake is an extinct
glacial lake that occupied the
the valley of the Red River of
the North, during the late
Pleistocene period. This lake
extended over a large
area in North Dakota, Minnesota and Canada, and exceeded
all the great lakes in size. The
overflow of the lake is supposed
to have passed into the Minnesota river, through a channel
about jo feet deep 50 or more
miles long and a mile wide the
outlines of which may be traced.
The lake was held back by the
northern ice sheet, but after the
melting of the latter, the lake
once more resumed its natural
drainage to the north through
the Red River.
It is estimated that there are
fully 80,000 automobiles in use
iu the United States.
MAYING
Call up the City Transfer
when you want your Furniture, Piano, or Baggage
transferred.
W. E. Worden
Office Phone Mi.   Sole ngents Bank-
Residence "  135.    heiul Hani Coal.
For Sale
BUSINESS BLOCK
On Armstrong Ave.
For further information apply
to
J. M, DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
Armstrong Ave.  SBSiJ „„,.,
Granbrook
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that I Intend to upply to the
Chief Cotumtilloner ol Limits uml Works ror
permlHHfon to cut und wry uwuy tlnilwr from
the following described lands nuitr Mi-tulow
Creek in South East Kootenuy:
Commeuclng ut tt pout plii 11 u-il nt tbi' southwest comer of w. ll. Harvey's timber licence,
illume wost HO chains, thenco north HO chains,
UlOllCoeHslHllchHlllS.  MlCtlCt'   NOlIlb   Ml  I'lllllllH
to piiiii' of commencement.
Dated April ihid. iwo,
Wlf KMMA HAKVKV
NOTICB.
TAKK NOTIGK thut I I lite llll to apply to Iho
chief i omtftliilouer of Undo »nd Works ror
permission to flit nml carry awuy Ltlilbur from
the followliiK described   lands near  Meadow
Creek In Houtb East Kootonuy:
Commencing at the northeast oornor of w
11. Harvey's licence, th.n  went l«i cliuius,
tbence north 40 chains, thence wist wo ohulna,
thenee south in chains to point til 001111061100'
me nt.
Dated April iHth, ItHNl.
mt KMMA HAKVKV
NOTICE.
IN THK COUNTY OOUKV OK   KAST  KOO-
TKNAV, HOI.DEN AT GKANHHOOK.
In rrot)»tt>.
Notloe it* hereby given thut cm tho uath ilny
of June, WW. it wm ordori'il by I'- ¥., Wilson,
Esquire, Judge of tho said Court thut James
l-'iirifiiNiiri Armstrong, olllelal administrator lor
thut nor linn or tho County nr Kootenay InHuil-
eil within the Elocloral District of Crunbrook.
hu administrator nf nil uml singular thu estate
of Kdwlu Nixon of Cruuhrnnk, Inhmiror, Ae
'uuhiiiI Intestate.
Bvorjr person indobtod to tho paid deceased
Is reioilrr-d l»iimlci'payiio-til forthwith In tbo
undersigned.
Kvory poruon having In |mss«ssl«ii effects
iH'liiiieitiK to tbo deceased in roi'iilrnl forthwith
to inillly th • umt«r>iiKiii'<l-
Kvery end I tor or other person having unv
I'lulm ii|Hiii or Interest In UlO illsirlhutlon ol
tho estate of tlio sultl ili'ci'HHi'il in required to
houiI boiure the 7th duy ol August next, by
registered loiter, addressed to tho undersigned,
his name uud mlilri'KN uml tbo full pnrtlHili.ru
of tils ilulm nr Interest, unit u statement ol IiIh
account itml tbo nature of tho security (If uny)
hclil by him.
After the Mild ?th duy or August, IWtt, the
Administrator will proceed wtlli the distrlbu-
tion ul thu I'Hioti', having re|»ru lo thom'
claims only uf whloh ho hIihII have Intel notion.
Diietfat Cranbrook, thla wth duy »f Juno.
l«o,
J. K, ARMSTRONG,
W ofllclal Adiullilnrutur.
NOTICE.
It does not   require   an
•Xpert to clean out tbe flues
of the "Sunshine"
the only tool needed
which  is   supplied
furnace.
Clean-out doors are placed In the
easing, mul the brush can easily be inserted.
This heater just bristles with exclusive features such as
automatic gas dampers, large double feed-doors, steel dome,
double shakers and steel radiator.
li you want the best furnace made get the "Sunshine."
Sold by enterprising dealers  everywhere.     Booklet  free.
chains, thence east 160 chains, thence
south 40 chains to point of commence*
meat.
August -Mth. 1005,
Braraa Harvey
IS,   1 'ommeneing ai a post planted
21 chains west of tht* northwest corner
of l.. Harvey'a timlier licence, thence
immenoing at a post  planted  on I nt>rth 100 chains, thence east 40 chains,
Cross Kiver trail on the east bank of thence nouth 160 chains, thence west 40
theKooteuay River about«ehains north [chains to poinl of commencement.
August 25th, 1905.
1. Take notice that we Intend to
Apply io the Chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works for permission to cut
ami carry awaj timber from the following described lands in North Kast
Kootenay:
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ol the fmd, thence north 80
thenoe east 80 ohalns. thence south so
ohains, thence west 80 chain
of beginning,
August iflth, torn.
William \\. Harvey
-*. Commenoing at a |wst planted at
tbe south wesl corner of W. II. Harvey's
licence, thenre west 100 chains, thenoe
north 40 chains, thenoe casi tOOchuins,
thenee south 40 chains to point uf	
tnencement,
August Iflth, 1805.
Edward E, Harvey
8. Commencing at« |h.«i forty chalni
north of the southwest corner of w. ii
Harvey's timber licence) thonoe north
mi chains, theuee wost H10 chains,
thoneo smith 40 chains, thenco ensl 100
chains to point of commencement.
August loth. low.
Edward K. Harvey
■\ Commenoing at a post 34 chains
west of the northwest eorner of \V. M.
Harvey's timber licence, thence north
80 Hiains, thoneo cast HO chains, thenco
south 80 ohalns, thonee west 80 chains
to jioint of commencement.
August 18th, l.Ht.">.
isaltol Hnrvoy
'i. Commencing nt a post planted :u
chains west of tho northwest corner of
\V. H. Harvey's timber licence, thence
west 160ohalns, thence north 40 chains
tlience cant 1*10 chains, thence soulh 40
chuins to point of commencement.
Hated August ISth, 1905.
Kmlly A. Harvey
0. Commencing at a post planted 40
chains north of the BOltthwusI corner of
Isabel Harvey's timlier lloenoe, thence
west 100 chains, thenee north 40 chains
thence east UlO chains, thence BOlltll 40
chains to point of commencement,
August IHth, 1905.
Gyt'US W. Harvey
7, Commencing ul a [Hist planted at
the southwest eorner of W. II. Harvey's
timber licence, thence oast ho chains,
tlience south HO ohalns, thence west 80
chains, thenee north SO chains to place
of commencement,
August 20th, 1005.
Isabel Harvey
H. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of \V. tl. Harvoy'a
timlier licence, thence west «0 ehains.
thenoe south 80 ohains, thenee east .ho
chains, thenee north 80 ohalns to point
of commenoement.
August 20th, 1905.
Kmlly A. Harvey
9. Coiuiiiuuultig al a post planted 06
chains west of tiie northwest corner of
I. Harvey's No. I timber licence,
thenoe north HO chains, theuee east HO
i'lialns, thence soulh HO chains, thence
west HO chains to point of commencement,
AugUBt2l8t, 1905.
Annie ll. Harvey
10. Commencing ut a post planted 05
chains west of the northwest corner of
I. Harvey's No. I timlier licence,
thence west 100 chains, thenee north 40
ehulns, theuee east 100 chains, Ihenee
smith 40 chains lo point of commencement.
August 21st, 1005.
Mary K. Unchain
11. Commencing ui a post planted
forty ehulns north of the southwest
eorner of A. It. Harvey's timlwr llceuce
No. I, thence west 100 chains, thenoe
north 40 chains, thenee east Itm chains,
theuee south 40 eluiius to point of commencement.
August 2Ut, 1905.
Mary P, Unchain
V2. Commencing at a post planted 47
chains 50 links west of the northwest
corner of A. B, Harvey's No. 1 timber
licence, thence north HO chains, ihenee
east80 chains, thenoe south ho chains,
thenee west ho ehains to point of commencement.
August 28rd, 1005.
Donald M. I.ineliam.
V\. Commencing ut a post plunled 47
attains 50 links west of the northwest
corner of A. B. Harvey's No. 1 timber
lioonOO, thence West 160 chains, tlience
north   40   ohains,    l hence   oob!    Ifltf
attains, thenoe Bouth to chains to point
of fom men content.
August SSrd, 1005,
Carrie A. Portor
14, Commenoing at a post planted
forty chains north of llie southwest
corner of I). M. Unchaiifs timber
licence, thence west 100 chains, thenee
nortli 40 ehulns, thei easl 100 chains,
Ihenee south 40 chains to point of com-
inoncoment,
August HUrd, 1005,
Carrie A. Porter
15, Commencing at a post, planted
forty chains wesl of the northwest eorner of I), M. Uneham's timber licence,
Mien lorth 80 ohains, thoncu cast hii
chains, thenee south HO chains, thouce
west HO chains to point of commencement.
Augusi 24th, liWR,
Lilian Harvey
io. Commencing at a post planted
forty chain*- west of the northwest corner of l>. M. Unchain's tlmbor licence,
thenee wesl 100 chains, theuee north 10
ehulns, them ust 100 chuins, thence
south 40 ohalns to poinl of common	
merit.
August 24th, 1005.
I'liiima Harvey
17. Commonelng at a p"*t planted
forty chains north of the southwest corner of U Harvey's timber licence,
thei West 100 chains, thenee north 40
Cyrus \V, Harvey
I".   Commencing at a posl planted
-4 chain*- west of the northweat corner
of L. Harvey's timber licence, thence
west SO chains, theuce north B0 ohains,
then ast 80 chains, thenoe south so
chains t>» point of commencement,
Augusi 25th, 1905,
20 Annie ii. Harvey
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date i intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner ol Land-ami Woriri tor
permission i<> cut and carry awaj
limher from tho following described
lands in Kast Knot.-nay;
' ommeneing at a post planted at the
-outh oast  ner of Lot 0038, thenee
nouth In chains, thene.- west IflOohalos,
thenee north 40 chains, thcllce eust too
chain- to place of beginning containing
HO ilul'i
.- moro or loss.
Dotoi
July Hth, mun.
211
A. T. CALDWELL. 1
.ocator
NOTICK.
Talcu
notloe thai  thlrtj
ilill
- after
Hale 1
Intoud in apply t
i  th.
Chief
* 'olilllli
islonor nf Landa an
1 Wi
rks for
piii'inls
lun   to   oul   ami
■urn
u way
tlmbor
Ir ho tollowln
_•   lll
scrihed
lunds i
i luiat Kootonay:
I 'ominonctng at ;i pn.t |>l
llil. »
at tho
smith i
tst corner ol Lot
10113,
thenee
caul 4ii
chains, thenco norl
i 100
chains,
tlionco
wi-al 10 chains, thoi
.-.- sl
ath IU0
ohains
to iiliu*,1 of beginnin
2 containing
HO act'
■a moro or loss.
Datot
July Uth. iiiiiii.
"in
A.T. CAI.DWI'
I.L.
.oeator
NOTICE.
'1'n whom ii inav com
-.-!..
Thorn
llorslmicil ami who Iiu
vlng
lub »P-
licarcrt t
oforo Uu- Miuili-itiiil i
ourt
>r cron-
l.ruok   |
.0., nml having liy n
uiiul
consent
alKllt'il  s
maratlon pspurs, siilil
|IU|lt'
rs oeInK
inly ri'c
inli'ii nn minute, ofs
li.lC.
irt, now
ill perso
is tuko notlco iluu I w
lit  not Im*  it'-
■lialiHlhl
foi any ili'til oi  jiiiv
actions of in v
luloivlle
MiiitIb K. I'rli-i'.   Slid
■<i
ll.\l(lt>
w.
'KICK
NOTICE.
Takonotioo that sixty d«y« uftor Out** I Intond to apply to tin- chief CoraraiMlotutr ol
Lands und Works nt Victoria for permission lo
pitrohnso tho following desurlbed lunds in
South Kast Kootonuy:
CiiiiiiiM'iniiiK at ii |in*t plluiteil ul tin- south-
cast corner of f,o( :«i:v* nmi being marked 'Hon.
u llulmngo'i northwest corner," thonco south
eighty chains, thenco cut lorty chains, thenee
north eighty chains, thence «est forty chains
toplaeoof ootntnonccinont. contatnlng in all
two aoros, more or less.
Dated Juno Snd, 1900,
i'< Hon n. DULMAOB.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that thirty days after dale 1
lntoml to apply to tho Chief Commissioner »f
Lamb mul Works m Victoria for a special
llueiivo to cut and carry away tlmhor irom tin*
following described lands in South Kast Koote*
nay;
Comuionolng nt a post planted nt the southwest co'tier of'Lot asii; thenco Routh eighty
elmlns to die northeast comer ul Michael
Roesor tho oldor's land, thenco wost lorty
chains, ihenee north forty chains, theuce weit
sixty chalna to tho oast bunk of the Kootenay
rlvur, thenre following said bnnk to the south
t corner of Lot JIM, thence cast to plnee of
beginning.
Dated Juno 4th, IKKJ,
!M JOHN RtlKHKR
TENDERS POR TIMUER LIMITS
SEALED TENDERS, ma*;ki-d "Tenders Mr
Tlmbor Limit, Kooteuay District," will
in- received hy the undersigned, up to noon
of Saturday, the 80th day of June, IM0.
from any person desiring to obtain a apL-cial
limber licence io out und earry away timber
irom Lot 7:?ll. Group I, Kooteuay District,
situated near McNeil lie's Siding, on the Hn«
of the Crow's Nest Pais Railway, ami contain1
Ing 418 acres more or less.
The person offering the iiittht-st oaah bonus
will be entitled io a special licence covering
the saiti lot, renewable for twenty-one iueces<
slvo years.
Baoh tender must be accompanied by u rerun, d cheque, made payable at par iu  Victoria
to the undcralgnod, for the amount, I11A.00, ot
the lirst year's lees fur such ipoolal licence.
mul tiie amount of tho nouns tendered, and
altos Dorttnod choquo for UWS.TO forooit <>f lo*
eating, adTertlstng and surveying ol said lot.
NKII, l'. MACKAY,
Deputy {WmniMrfmii r a) UmtU tt- irorit-i
LttntUttwl Work* Dejiartment,
Victoria., /i.e., 7th June, 1900,      24
OBAt.KI) TENDERS njdresscd ui thf un-
• J deralgnod ami endorsed "Touder for Posl
io, 1'i-riiie. u.a," will bo racelved ui tiiic
io until Saturday, AiiBuat<4,190ft, itiotualvoly
for tho construction of a PostOflleo, &o,, building at Pernio, lie,
Plans ami  speclflontlons eun   be  sct'ii   und
forma of tondor obtained at this Department
on application to Robert a   ICorr, Rsq.,
Clork of WurliM, I'Vrnli-. ll.C
Persons totidorlng aro notlded that lenders
will uot bo considered unless inadoon tho prim ■
'•i form supplied, ami signed with thoir aetual
lgnaturos
Kitdi    lotldor    must    be    ai'eompaiib-il   t>>
iii    u< pteii     ehequo    on    a    ohatlop
id bank, made payable i" tho order ot tho Hon*
inrablo tin- Minister or Public Works, equal to
on por com (lope.) uf the amount of tho loud'
er, which will bo fori ol tod 11 the party tondor*
Ing decline lo mite • In In u cotilrsi-l when called
upon to do so. or If hi- full to complete the
work contracted for,  if tin-tender be not ar*
icpti-d the clioqtia will bo returned.
Tho Department does not bind itself io ue-
rep! tin- lowest or uuy tondor,
Ity order.
I-'HKI). liKLINAS,
Secretary,
Hops run on i of Public Works,
Ottawa, July IS. I'.sxi. n i'HK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   li. C„ JULY 28, IMuQ
No. 1.   Take notice that 1 intend tu ^ &      ' <r****^f**s-*****9
apply to the t'hief Commissioner of
Lauds ami Works for a ipeolal licence j_
to eut ami curry uwuy timber from ihe V
following described lauda situate In M
Smith Easl Kootenay District. H.C.        ^
Commencing at a post planted about ^ *\m
40 chuins east of .Sheep Creek ami £
alnnit 'JO ohalns west of Sheep Creek | -B
Lake ami about one mile duo oa>t of w
the eastern boundary "f Lot 4580; .^l
thence soulh liKI elniins. thonee east 40 *Wg
cliains, thence north 100 chain*., tlience
west 40 chains to place of commencement,
June Hth, ltKki.
A. Li. Fenwick. Locator I
No. 2,   Take notice that 1 intend to
apply to the t'hief  romuiisdioner  of [ l*W.
SATUKDAY, JULY :'s. lOOtt,
9
I.unda and Worka fur u apoi-ial luviiiv ^
tn oul ami oarry away Umber Irom tha 9
following desorlbed lands in Smith Kaat  A
TH HAKE MONET
If you dont believe
this just
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15 day
9     Enamolod Ware thai "woavs"
A al Pal iniii'i- Bros,
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K Stewarts today.
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9     Mighton's Clgiu Sii
A It. U  Pipos.
lur i;
Kootenay
Commenoing at a poat  planted on, «
tliu weal bank of Sheep Creek, aboul 30 **<
chain, below the mouth   of  Coyote kjt -.
^..tthe , thM ehalu, the;  * aild  WC Will J!, lu! ^l\m W VrlrZ o
eaat80chalni, thenee north BO chalni, * A  Ui, |neS(,     pvo|)i     ^
tneaoe west 80 chains to place of cum- ^ ^h
*   Prove it to Yovi   *
in.-tu-.-mi-nt.
June iHth. 1006
A, B. Fenwlok, Locator ■ 9,
Sn. tl.   Take notice that 1  Intond t",*a)lf
apply tu the Chlol Commlisloner "f 9
Landi nml Works fur a -| ial  lloonce ' A
to i-iit and carry away timber from the
following il,-sriii«-ii landa in South Eaal
Kootenay!
Commencing at a post planted >
west bank nf Goat   Ci k.   aboul   -H
eliuiiis from its junction with Coyoti
Creek, theuce west Hill chains, thenci
smith 40 obalna, thence eaat 100 ehaina
thenee north In chain- nf place nf commencement.
June istli. 1000.
A. B. Fenwick, Locatoi
Xo. 4. Take notice that I intend ti
apply to the Chief Commissioner "1
Lands and WorKS for a special licence
to cut and carry away timber from the
following deacrlbed lands in South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post plunteil at the
northeast corner nf Licence Nn. 'I.
thenee north 160 chains, thence eaat 40
chains, ihenee south 160 chalna, thence
west 40 chains to place nf commencement.
June 18th, 11106. #
A. il. Fenwick, Locator
No. ii. Take notice that I intend to
apply to the Chiel Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special licence
to eut and earry away timlier from the
following described lands in South East
Kootenay.
Commencing at a post planted at the
northeast corner of Licence No. '•',.
thenee south SO chains, thenee east -SO
ohalns, thence north SO chains, thenco
west HO chains lo pla f cm et -
ment,
Juno 18th, 11*06.
A. B. Fenwick, Locator
No. 6. Take notice that I intend In
apply to Hie Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special licenco
to cut and carry away timlier from thu
following diisci-ilicd lauds iu Soulh East
Kootonay:
(!ommenclng at a post planted on the
southern boundary of Licence Nn. .ri
where said boundary crosses Coyote
Creek on  lliu east side of the ereek.
thenee south SO chains, them asl  so
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco
west so chains to place of beginning,
June IStll, 11106.
A. II. Fenwick, Locator
No. 7. Take notice that I intend In
apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands aud Works for a speeial licence
lo cut and carry away timber from the
following described lands iu South East
Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted at iho
southern boundary of Licence No. ti
where said houndury crosses Coyote
Creek on llu- east  side of tho CI k,
thence south 1(10 chains, thence wesl 4(1
chains, tlience north llio chains, theuce
eust  40 chains m pin f common	
ment.
•Iiiiii- 18th, 1000,
A. U. Fenwick, Locator
No. 8. Take notice that I intend to
apply lo the Chief Commissioner nf
Lands and Works fm- a special licence
to eut and carry away timber from the
following deaorlbed landa in South East
Kootenay:
Com nulngal a post planted ai the
northeast  'ner nl   Licence   Nn.  7.
thonoe aouth 100 chains, then last 40
chain-, thence north 160 chains, thenci
weal 40 chains to place ul beginning,
June 18th, IIKHI.
A. ll. Fonwlck, I ai"
Nu. li. Take noiic- that I Intend ti
apply io the chief Commissioner ,-
Lands and Words fm- a special   lice	
to cut and curry away timlier from ' he
following lleserilieil lands in South Kaal
Kootenay I
Commencing at a posl planted at 'In-
southwest  corner  uf   licence   Nn.   'J.
thence south HO chains, then a-t hii
ehains, thenee uorth 80 chains,   thonco
wost su chalna in place ul eommen	
ment.
.lum- lull,. 1900.
A. li. Fenwick, Locator
No. HI. Take notlco that I inteuil to
apply io Un- Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works tor a special licenco
to cut and carry away timlier from the
following describod land- in South Eaal
Kootonay:
i lomtnenuing at. a post planted ou llie
weal    bank   uf   Sheep Cl'Ouk wlien- the
southern Iroundary of Licence Mo, !'
crosses It,  thei  south   Hal  chains,
thence wesl Hi chains, llionco north 100
chains, thence east 4u chains tu poinl
of coinmoncetnont,
Juno mth, 1000,
A. B. Fenwick, Locator
No. il.   Take notice that I Intend tu
Our Goods are
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4*.  in.- iii w l-'ink Mon nihil- -ii'ii- Ih
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Ir.'il ie reslittienia Come in
ml try ni} [cod Drinks, nil
Invors, i : iho "I'a  i
Tin' Baptist s imi.iv School
« re ph ■ i nu! I'I. i' -ii.iv hi iho
grove im Si  Jose*!   i reek.
Head
Splitting
Wlien you gol a (rood ol.l-
fuBhtonotl Headache that inakoe
vour liejul throb; ami youi* eyes
whirl ami mukoB vou Mi-k in
your Htuioaeh ir.v
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
Thoy oitu't Imri you mid thoy
lato'i any hotulnoho,
(lilt: D0Z8I1 III ti Box 25c.
Beattie & A'ivhison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Will Visit Oranbrook,
Tli,- Deputy Mltllslor nl Agl'l
oullure fur llio province uml pro
lessor I'' T Shull ciliomlftt of tlio
I'l'iiiinl K\|ii'i-iini'iilul Fnl'tt) ut
Ottawa, expocl in ri'iicli Ct'fin-
iniii'i, uu Thursday lhe L'llnl
\ujtusl, iln'v nn' studying lhe
soil nf iln- districl uml will give
iul\ ni' "ii bucIi mailers us come
«illiiu lhe I'lii-view of their di
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Deposits ul   *f-l   unil upwards rctfttlvcd, uud interest allowed ut
euri-enl rates.    1 lie depositor is subject to nn delu> what.
ever   ill   llle   withdrawal   of   tlte   whole   ur  any
portion uf the deposit
«ill give an address on snil Oliltl
i iitlou   hi  t'oforetteo in the sue-
eessful  growing nf   crops  and
r other similar oblocts.  Interested
A imsi' team [ruin  rui me  »li ■'
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6L06K I
THE BEST EVER
Let us
show
| tunlty In obtain un expert
opinion on (noi an analysis) soils
ami water. This will he of
great assistance, lu practical
ranchers and Indeed In all owners ul land. We are in the dark
ourself and bring your ns to the capabilities of the soil
'wife   ami   children   tu   see    the
♦   sports un Labor Day.
Xow  is ihu  time tn buy your
Freezer and gel  it cheap,    We
have  a  few   left  vet.
♦   Bros.
Patmore
you
one
O.D.McBRIDE;
It being settled thai King Ed-
ini will nut come iu British
miii.liia.   P    E.  Simpsnn  will
proceed to organize tho  Liberal
party in Cranbrook.
9 'Flu-    Telephone    line    from
4 Cranbrook  tn Baynes Luke has
^ been completed.    The lirst mes
2 suge over the new  Inn- was an
♦ order to J. I). McBride Fur hard-
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9
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9
d
9
9
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apply In tin-  Chlol  Uoininlssiotior ol
l.anil.sami Works lorn Bpoulal  In-i-i	
to i-ut ami curry uway liinhi-r from tlio
following ilcMtrlbod lands in Soul li l-.a-i
Kooli-na.v:
Gointnoncitio; at a post planted mi tin-
wont lunik uf si p Croak a sliorl  ilis-
lai -Hi nl uli.-i-i- iln-   Kain Creok
I'ass trail strikes ii. thonoo son til Mi
ohains, tiictioc west SU ohains, thonoe
north 80 ehains, thonee east so ehains
to plaee of commencement.
.Ihiii- I'.nh. imu;.
:io A. r,. I'-oniviek, Loeator
i
an ii|i|ili-  »
NOTICE.
Nmi.-,- i- heroby given thai
nation will In- iniiili- in iln- Parliament
of Canada at the present Si-shm titer
uf fur nn A
nr; Valley Hallway I
struct  ami operate
from a iiniiii mi  ih--  British Coltunhln
liailwav near il onlluen
I  LCOHN'I
* *
| Tailor \<> Importer of I
%       Fine Woolens.      ?
t I
# Cranbrook, B.C.  Armstrong Ave  i
* S
*«'** S**»»**»»«»#1!j**««K#**»
»o»»***«»<^SSS*MSS9S**«9SSeS{
fi
m Cline
ni ft
I-,- f
Incorporate 'in-  t'ord- f
■- ■' in> in - 'i
■ uf railway 8
Southern liiillwaj near the contluoi j Ji
ul Klk Hiver ami Michel .-i k, the   /.
along in-- .-.i-i   - de ol        Itlvoi lo i  J
poinl mu lli ni   liii-'lihj   itivor:  Ltu nee C
niii-tlii-a-li-rlv   to   lli-    Ford ■      Itiver   .i5i»>«,.*•*■>'
valley: theueo following [''ordlng Hiver
Bold Manitoba llni-l»i-i Shnji
i in- fmuiil In tin-
-MAMTIiUA  HOTEL
Class Work in all brnnelu
nf the
Tonsorial Art f
,*>ra*asl*M**m9m*>ai*ai*>*i9
DRAYING
V.i' have been in tin- businoss
i.n Un- nortli nf llunricttai ri uk;
nui'thuimti ■     uli : ■■ ■■ < ■■ ■ k tu
tin- All-!' ■   Rii .■ ■   ii        llu ■ i-i    	
imikUm'I} in Mi,- I'm   ■     ■■■■'.,  ia
il    [Mlltll    ,i'    1)1'     in-nr    i hi.'uk-:     ;,  -.ill
liniiii'li   liniic  iiii I!racy, Km In, Smith,   ,.
i,"a-,ti„i ii,,...   , ■  ...   ,. tor several years, wc have Un
I'rovineuni   Iti ■     <       Iiiii li  lir>! enuinnioni iii  B.C,  and  W(
Ini,-   nf   rail *'u;     ■- • linn   in -
and   im    ihi ■    '•■ guarantee satisfaction.
Im-     lli'l'till'rU     in     i„       *,, ,  ■,,  ■ ||j
adviintAffa ol i 'amula. i
i he Mai'l i 'nmp >■ n Im1 pruvpr to
enter into an a^ret'iut'i;! n il h or ainal*
L'liiiiat"' with anj i:.i''w,n (,'uinjKtny
vvlm-f linua "i rail vaj - oi linmehua an
authorizud to Ire oiiuratyil In thu I
nf I'.riii-ii i lohimbiii or A Urartu.
Smith it .lohnstun.
Solicitors for Appllcanl •.
MlNI.UAJ. .\i  I
'IPICATB DP   I.MIMi
NOTICE.
Pedro Mineral Clain
■in ih-' I'.ir' Stefle MlnlllK I
\if.nry
About mat Piano
Wi- mi- tho authorized agon is
for tin- removal uf Mason St Rlsoh
fiiinos, wo can do lhe work with-
oul risk      Also lliiii.si'hulil Pur-
IlilllH'
PERRY & FITZGERALD
I'roprlotornol Llio
Cranbrook (Jartii^o and Transfor Go
.l<ni ni
KiihI KootOllfty liHlrirt
WHEUK LOCATKD    On HI Mary'Ji Pmirii
nboul duo mil'' fr-nin Miiryavlllo
TAKK     SnTlCK.    tlml    ii"    A.   K    Willi
S| iiii (''Mr. Nn itnui, Tinimai A. Ori'lt-ninn
P.M.O. Nn, wm-ii John tMtink KM' Nn
until':!., Lntrnrl nlxtj ilnyii rrnm the dnU' hcrnoi
toa|tply lotho Mlnlnif Itoronlor t*>r n L'erllfl
otilooflniprovimidiiufor thn ptirpoao .,f nh-
lalnlng n Grown Uratii of ll bovn elnlm
All'l fnrtliri ttikr   HOllCQ   Hint nolloil.   lllitliT
Soolloniff mum i inmonroilliol llu   mi
ttiicoof mioh CurlHIealool Improvomt'iiu
imii'ii tin*' mth day of May. IWJfl
A. 13, WATTS.
THOMAS A. CltRHItlTON
.IIUIN I.KASK *»)
OmcoopuHiUi
C.l'.lt, blipot,
I'lioiirii.!
D.J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % KuiUlcr
(lood Work at
Ivi-asuinililii Price
Depredatory iticurslons of the
Stony Indians into iln- Elk River
valley have been prevented this
season by the efforts of theB. C.
same wardens and the N". VV. M
Poliee.
Messrs McCollovtgli, VanDecar
and Maurice Qiinin were at lhe
St. Marys river Wednesday looking over the proposed site tor a
power plant for the Cranbrook
Electric Light Co.
L. 11. VanDecar received un
Wednesday from lhe Mackenzie
river, a splendid Musk ox head,
which now occupies a prominent
place in Ihe billiard parlor of the
Royal hotel.
The Perry Creek Hydraulic
Company were cleaning up
lhis week. The largest nugget
found so far is valued al $l(i,00
with many that had a value of
from ii* to ¥10
We have a great name for sell
ing the.hesl. . "STEWARTS"
Chocolates and lion lions are
made for those who desire
quality- pure and delicious. II.
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
Elmer Miller, lhe engineer
who was injured a few weeks
ago. was discharged from the
hospital, ami is now receiving
ihe congratulations of his many
friends.
Union services will lie held in
i-unniielioii with the Methodisl
and Prosbytei'lan congregations
fur the next two Sundays, The
mornlrtg service will bo held in
the Prosbylorlail Church and the
evening in the Methodisl Church
Rev. ,1. I'. Westman will preach
at both services.
.1. A. Maedonald the opposition leader uf this province, who
arrived in Craubrook Sunday
evening, after standing on the
platform al llie depot for some
time, secured the services of a
Conservative t-<> show him where
he could liml the "head push" of
the liberal |ii,rt,y in this cily.
The Beattie and Kerrigan
cups, lhe Mighton gold medals
and the C, l'l. |3ucll silver medals
donated to the football players
of Craubrook are now on exhibition in Ihe window ul S. .1.
Mighton tin- tobacconist.
It is roporlod that all sports in
connection with Labor Day colo-
hrallon will take place on linker
Streel and vicinity, lhat there
will be no gate receipts, ovary-
1 tiling free, to all who visit
Officr anil Workshop   Lewis St Cninbrook to see the sports
in this neighborhood, and work
has been thrown away for want
of the knowledge of the proper
way to treat our soil under our
particular climatic conditions.
'I'he success which has attended
the experiments of some of our
enterprising settlers will be increased when the requirements
of uur lands are understood.
Notice of the place of meeting
will be given later.
A. L. MoOullough, C.E., who is
in charge of the water service at
Nelson, visited the Cranbrook
Water Supply works in this city
Thursday and found the water
pressure ample for all city and
fire purpose.
It is reported that several Ashing parties will leave for St.
Mary's Lake and other fishing
points today.
ROVAL ALEXANDRA the
new Canadian Pacific Hotel at
Winnipeg is now open for guests
We keep a first class stock of
Dairy Supplies, such as "Samson" heavy milk cans and pails,
creamer cans.   Patmore Bros.
Co to Stewarts for choice
bananas and oranges.
i STEWARTS a
Tiie Leading Store
for
Choice Confectionery
FRESH   NUTS
Fancy Oranges and Bananas
Choice Oganogan Fruit
Hazelwood Ice Cream
STKWAKTS  l-'INK   QIIOCOl.A'l'KS
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftrmstrona, ftve.
NOTICE.
Sutler is hereby glvon thai sixty
iluysnfii'i*iliiif I Intond toapply to tho
Commissioner nf I.nml* it ml Works
Vletorhti for permission to porch use
tho roilowln-r (Iqbci'IUo'I lands:
CiuniiH'iii'ititf ul tjOllthciist i'lirni'i- of
Lot fttWl, iiii'iu'i' oast SO i'liuins, ihenee
nortli 4<i i'liuins, thoneo weal ho i'liiiins,
Ihoneo soulh 40 chuins in point of com-
mynccmonti Including in ull :tL'o acres
inure or less,
.lulv 2fitll, lOOIJ,
HO ' .1. Mi'KKNNKY.
NOTICE.
TAKK Notice Uml sixty clays nfti'r ilulc I
iiiU'ini ifl upply toihe CJhlol Commlsslonor of
i,ii'iii*i mul Wnrks dn- permission to piirohnwi
llio following ileKCi'ilietl IiiiiiIk tu South Kust
Kootonuy: Comraonufni* at u post planted ut
Uu' Northwest oornor of Lot B0.H, group),
Uionuo east 40 olialtw, Ihenee north ho olnittm.
llionco wont i.iii'tiutiiH. thoneo south so i'liuins to
pint-oof hcKlnnlnff.
DKAN It. YATKK.
Hiilid Muy llllll. lOOlt. INI
NOTICE.
Talco iiiiiin' iluu sixty days after date I
Intend to upply to tho Ohiof Commissioner nr
Lund* Hint Worka for ponninHiiiti to purithaie
iho followlni* ilciorlhort land in Smith Kust
Kootenay: Coinmeiielntt st »i»*i. I'tmiii'iiiit
Northwest eornorofLbUMI, Group I Kootonay
01 strict mid marked n. ¥,. corner nf Annie m.
t.uiiiti-'s piirchiiioi thonoe wesi m ohalns,
tlicueo Bonth '.it ciiniiiH. thoneo oant40elmlns,
thonco north 'M ehnlns to plaoo of bvKlnnlns
conialiilnitsu acres moro or less.
Aiinii' M. i.uiiiIl'.
Dated MiiyBth; twin. fi
Rings for
Everybody
Sn unittci* what klmi nl ii ring .vim profor, .vmi run
Biiroly si-1,-,-1 ono tn siiii .vmi fi''"" oitr oholuo Btnuk.
I'rins fiitigi) fniiii "i uonts for ii sollil jtolil Imlij rliiK
in +'.'5ii.iiii tm- ii illiiiiiiMiil Bollliilrc.
For n-i-nia ivo have h lui'iri- vnrloty In liniiilsntiio
ainal,- stun,- liml ulicnet rlilga ut |io|Hilnr iirloon,
i. f. TM k Son
Jewelers ami Opticians
Official Wnti-li ItispiM'tora fm-t'.l'.lt. Crow'tNcal
t'asfl Division.
G. T. ROGERS
dairyHttei.
We have just received several hundred
pounds of the Turner and Caldwell Ranch
Butter. You need only to look at this
butter to tell it is made by experts.
Clean       Pure        Sweet
In Tubs of 35  to  40  lbs.   Price per lb. 'inc.
During the recent hot weather we found it impossible to
get our Dairy Butter in bricks here in good condition by
freight so we ordered it to come by express. It now arrives
in Cranbrook a few hours after it is shipped the price is
still 22y,c.
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES anil CROCKERY
Boots.     Shoes     and     Hosiery
Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.
■HS^r*liMiMP*iWi*li)«l!WiHi -si^»lil*iWi*iMi*iWlMiMi
15 DAY
HDSIIER SALE
Stinting on Saturday |uly 21st and
running for 15 DAYS we w'"
oiler exceptional Bargains in all Departments and
In addition we will refund
to every fifteenth Cash purchaser the full amount of
their purchase.
5aroa
Barii ns
ns
ns
Cloth and Tweed Skirts
Silk Minuses
[1  Gloves and llnscry
MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE
i find exceptional Bargains on our f
15c. Tables   i
I REID St CO. I
i
ll)*gW!il»BKII*i«l»IBMl»SI»ISKBK •iWl^^l^ll^iMahiHi^gj*^

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