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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 81,1907.
No. Su.
BASEBALL LEAGUE
Clerks Won Game Prom Town by
Three to One.
The Town learn feels pretty
sore over their del'oul by the
OIpi-Ii.s on Monday ,•veiling.
In a ,-.lose ami  i-vitiee   L'llllie,
llle i'i, rfcs won Ir    the  Town
on Monday ,-v,-n utr. li was
close work nil lhn nigh, ami the
pitching uml ll-lilii|g was way
al,"i,- i|,e n\,-rage The
pitchers broke even in hits uiul
pusses Tin- Stinli work was
light, ilie balsineii having some
In,utile ill tindillg the hall, eon
setpieully lhe tieldi-rs Were noi
to,, busy on limb teams,
The t'lerks scored seven hits,
while Hie Town got Hie same
number off Sullivan. It was a
grand game, the Holding exeellenl, the ball seldom
out of the diamond, The
teams are now about even in
Ihe present series. No more
bull was played this week, this
was to give the hose team a chance
to practice, as many of the ball
players belong to both hose and
ball learns.
The following is the score;—
I'in),in, K. Small.
[iinlniiii       12 3 4 5 It
Clerks OUOtt total      tl
Town II I Oil0 total      I
The standing of the city
league is as follows:
Weill        |.,H
11
8
Clerks
Town
Shops
Offices
I,
II
Ties
per Cent
1
710
1
litiT
1
2H6
1
250
years in the wilderness. lu
their economic policy'Ihey have
b -un content, ami wisely content,
to be Ihe reapers of the Conser
val ive sowing, This is not only
their admission, ii is their boast,
ami il is their chief, if not their
-inly claim to the confidence ol
1,'ie electors of Canada.
uf the old champions of tlie
lost cause many. Including
Mr McKenzie, are ileiul. others,
including Edward Blake and Sir
Louis Havies. have retired from
active wnrfare, some Including
Mr Patterson and Mr. Yielding
have silently admitted illumination, and others, like Sir
Richard Cartwright, are not dead
bul sleeping. We refrain from
classifying Sir Wilfrid;   liis only
inorable utterance on lhe subject, thai be would not rest until
he had wiped out the last vestige
of the iniquitous system of protection, precludes sane comment.
Since 1896 there has been
something in the nature of an
obliteration of old lines. The
Conservative cause has triumphed completely even with ils opponents in control. The point at
which it is resisted by Sir Wilfrid is in its declaration of
unalterable allegiance to the
llritish crown and Empire, and
Sir Wilfrid's resistance there is
so cautious and timid that by
many it is not perceived. They
explain his savage bark at Lord
Duiidonald    as    a    temporary
aberration.
Coutinued on Page tl.
Football.
The Conservative Programme.
No public address delivered in
Canada during the last fifteen
years has attracted so much
attention as the speech at Halifax
last Tuesday night by which K.
L. Borden, Conservative leader,
opened liis campaign.
The circumstances are as
remarkable as the speech. Tbe
great majority of the present
Canadian electorate grew to man
hood during the long regime of
Sir John A. Maedonald. For
nearly thirty years after Confederation tlie development of
Canada had proceeded on Con
servative lines and under Conser
vative lenders. The brief aud
undeservedly disastrous ministry
of Hon. Alexander McKenzie
was too ephemeral to influence
the general course. Canada was
growing slowly, steadily and
healthily, in population und in
wealth. Under the moderate
protective tariff, whicli was the
economic basis of the National
Policy, Canadian industries were
developed and tho country
attained to a position similar to
that enjoyed by the United States
of producing practically all it
needed and affording urban markets for agricultural products
and rural markets for the pro-
• ducts of city and town manufacturing institutions.
During all thut period the
policy ol llie Conservatives was
opposed by the Liberals Willi
apparent sincerity They
especially attacked tho tariff
features of lhe National Policy
aud clamored lor closer trade
relations with the United Stales
even, as many of the leaders
frankly declared, if the cosl were
closer political relations with the
republic und a loosening of tlie
ties that, bind Canada to the British Empire.
Had no other question ever
clouded the issue, the Conservative party, in spite of abuses,
that seem inseparable from long
tenure of power in Canada, and
which were admitted to exist towards the lust, iu the Conservative administration,would still
have held the allegiance of the
great majority. Hut a collapse
followed disunion, and a Liberal
administration was tlie resull.
Since I Hllll there lias beeu a
complete transformation. The
Liberals have discarded entirely
every profession of their  thirty
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Here and There
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
Itoost for Labor Day.
ason will open
The shooting
on Mondiiv i ex I
The football team that has
been selected to play the Moyie
team on Monday next, Labor
Day, will be composed of the
following gentlemen. Goal, T,
Stark; full backs, S. Baldwin
and R. Waevill, Half backs, R.
Sorrel, T, Nesbit, and R. Wool-
ridge, forwards, J. Armstrong,
R. Henderson, R. Abbott, and R.
Baldwin, with N. S. Heuston
and P. Hay ward as extra men.
This is a good aggregation of
football players, who will see
that the cup remains iu Crunbrook.    	
Mineral Float.
11. 0. Buchanan, dispenser of
the Dominion lead liounty, says
"that the outlook for silver-lead
mining is good for many years."
The past year has been
favorable for placer mining, not
for many years lias there been
such an abundant supply of
water.
Prom nil accounts the Poorman
and Tiger properties, situated on
Diorite creok, will soon be the
scene of extensive development.
The Miners of Southeast
Kootenay have waited a long
time for the turn of the tide, now
that it is ou llie How, it is expected
that they will ride in on the
wave of prosperity.
Capital continues to come into
Southeast Kootenay for investment in tlie oil Holds of the Plat-
head,
Work on the placer properties
on Perry Creek is being pushed,
llie waler supply being ample.
It now looks us though the
Crunbrook district will again
this year as in lhe past, curry
off the honors for silver-lead
production iu this province
A number of petroleum springs
ure known to exist iu Southeast
Kootonay. One is on Sage
creok, another is on Oil creek iu
tho Flathead valley. There is
every reason to believe thul
these deposits are of great com-
merclal value.
MoLaughliii Bishop
Morley T. McLaughlin of Marysville, bookkeeper for Hie Crow's
Nesl, Lumber Co., was united in
marriage with Miss Agnes M.
Bishop of Amherst, N. S., ou
Tuesday evening lusi. Kev.
Main performed tlie ceremony,
Mr. uud Mrs. McLuuglllln returned to Mnrysville
WeddiliL' hells will he ringing
nexl week iii Crunbrook.
All kinds iif choice fruits at
Stewart's on Labor Day.
Every body will come lo Cran
brook Monday next and help
celebrate Labor Day
0, Harris came up from liis
Kootenay river ranch Monday on
business.
(1. T. Rogers left oii Monday
on a visit to the coast. He will
lie away for several weeks.
For sure returns, plant an
advertisement in the Prospector.
On Monday evening, interest
was at- its height with the play
ing of high class ball between
the Town and Clerks.
Dr. MucRae. principal of
Western Cunudu College, Cal
gary, spent a few days iu Cranbrook this week.
Sir HibbertTupper of Vancouver
wus uttending u session of the
County Court this week ut Cran
brook.
School principal Anderson was
busy this week with a view of
securing candidates for a high
school at Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. E, Feagan. Mrs.
Doyle, E J. Clayton, R. Hogarth
and I, Burch of Marysville were
guests at the Cosmopolitan Monday.
Of late train crews on tho
Crow huve been compelled to
do considerable doubling. This
helps the pocket but does not
allow  much rest.
F. DeRosier of Jaffray, A.
Cameron of Cascade, J. Neil and
Wm. Basher of Wattsburg were
registered at the Cosmopolitan
Sunday last.
Indian Agent R. L. T. Galbraith, and Constable .1. Walsh
were at Cranbrook this week
uttending a sitting of the County
Court.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Helangee
drove over from Marysville
Monday. Mrs, Belangee left
on the afternoon train for
Alberta.
Next Sunday evening Rev.
Main will preach on the Relation
of the Church witli the working-
man. Labor Day visitors and
others invited to the service.
Win. Carlin of Port Sleele, S.
II. Wrathe of Spokane, A. C.
Chambers and I), A. Woodward
of Vancouver were registered tit
the Cranbrook Tuesday.
•I. B, Stone of Chicago, III.,
A. Phillips of Revelstoke, S. E.
Taylor of Nelson, Fred, Bowiniiii
und W. A. Leonard of Tobacco
Plains were guests at the Cran
brook Sunday lasl.
We should have said
in lasl week's issue thut
it wus at Western Canada
College, Calgary, and not Canada
Western College, that Hugh Mclnnes, jr. did so well thisyuar.
A tishing parly, consisting of
Wes. Cline president of llie
Fishing Club, Messrs Woods and
Lewis were tishing iu the St.
Mary's river near Perry creek
Sunduy lust, they returned with
well tilled baskets,
J. Volume ol Kernie, ft. M.
Rankin of Marysville, A. .1.
Devlin and son of Spokane, C, 13,
Kendall of Waldo, ll. W. Itiggar
of Vancouver, G, G. Jewell of
Jaffray and J. W. Bennett of
Nelson were registered ut tin
Crunbrook Monday.
Dr. Connolly wasa, Kyan Wed
nesday an professional husiness.
Bob.    Dempsey   of   Wardnei
was al Cranhrook Friday.
Win.    Wesl  came  down
the Payroll mine Priday,
from
Prank Byron, manager of lhe
rani,rook Pire Brick*  Co..   was
in lown Friday on buslnei
ml
ll.  Dingman of Toronto
11. .1. Itoolh of Ottawa were reg
istered at the Cranhrook Priday
Prank Van Dec.ir returned
.Thursday from a business Irip
to Spokane.
Mr. and   Mrs.   Mallamlaine of
•eston spent several days  Ihis
week in Cranbrook.
Hazel wood Ice Cream - The
mosl delicious, come and gel
some al Stewart's on Labor Day
Otis Staples, manager of the
Staples Milling Co.. of WyclilTe,
returned Thursday from a business irip to Calgary.
liny a piece of Swaslika jewel-
y (the emblem  of Hood  Luck)
ou    Labor   Day   —   Tute    the
Jeweler.
Webster Burton returned from
an extended eastern visit, Monday. He reports having a very
pleasant trip,
J. C. Drewry of Cowley was
registered at tlie Cranhrook
Thursday. He will spend a few
days outing at Moyie.
James Finlay, manager of the
Sullivan Group of Mines al
Kimberley was in the city Wed
nesday on company husiness.
R. Ferguson of Spokane, and
L. Porter of Shirlie. N. S., were
guests at the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
On Labor Day wn will offer
our Ladies hand bags, Ladies
and Gents purses at cost, lo
make room for our fall slock —
Tate the Jeweler.
Burns  Brothers.
Burns Brothers, who have pur;
chased the business of W. T.
Reid & Co., will inaugurate their
big opening sale today. We understand that it is thn intention
of Burns Brothers to close out
till lilies as rapidly as possible
and at cost, to make room for
new goods now enroiite to Cranlirook.
CONSERVATIVE MEETING
High Class Sohool.
The need of u school doing
more advanced work than the
Public School lias been felt for
a considerable time.
The trustees have at lust
decided to establish such a
school providing of course that a
sufficient number of advanced
pupils are available,
Any persons interested in this
idea are invited to write either
to Mr. E. E Elwell, Cranbrook
or to F. R Anderson, Cranhrook.
Methodist Church.
The Subject next Sunday
night ul the Methodist Church
will be; "The Ministry of Music'
Childrens service al 11 a.m. to
whicli all boys and girls are
welcome.
Afler the evening service, the
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will lie administered und new
members will lie received.
Epworth League will meet on
Wednesday at eight o'clock.
All are cordially invited toihe
services.
A Close Call.
W. II.   Wilson,  who i intly
purchased the premises lately
occupied by the Canadian Hank
of Commerce is having a new
|iliile front put in, and will move
into  (lie   new  store  aboul    tlie
middle of September,
llolil. Woods ol Cherry creek,
came near drowning ou Priday
of Inst week while attempting lo
ford Ihe St. Mary's river nour
Fort Steele llis horses went
under and lhi' wagon box und
Mr. Woods Honied down the river.
The box was badly broken by
coming in coolant with rocks
tint finally lodged on a sand bur
from which Mr. Woods lintilly
inuiie his way lo Hie river hank.
The horses succeeded ill returning to shore,
Sir  Hibbert Tupper  Speaks   on
Politioal Topics.
Advantage was taken of llie
lhe presence of Sir Charles
llilihi'i'i Tupper being in thecity
in connection with lhe coal aud
oil cases now pending before Ihe
County Court, to induce him to
a,ldre-s a small, informal gather
in;.' of the Cranlirook Conser
vntlvps in Mighton's Hull on'
Monday evening last,
Amongst those attending were
.1. A. Harvey. ,1. I). McBride.
.lames Arnold, George Kennedy.
11. P. Tisdale, John Keid. A, il
Short, Joseph Sarvis, (I. 11.
Thompson, W. D. Hill, .lames
Ryan, V. A, Rollins, Ed. Dome.
E. A. Mallandalne, C. Hunger-
ford Pollen. S. J. Mighton, W,
Worden. Ed, Peogan, Marysville, E. Elwell, .1. W. Helsall,
D. J. Johnson, Dr. K. W.
Connolly, V. Hyde Baker, ,1. P.
M. Pinkham .1. Edgar Davis
Joseph Ryan, secretary of the
Association and others.
J. A. Harvey having been
called to Ihe chair cordially welcomed tlie guest of lhe evening
and trusted that the welcome
would he tlie more cordial if
only for the great claims the
father of Sir Charles had upon
every Conservative In Canada.
As for ilie son who followed in
the footsteps of his eminently
renowned parent, his record of
long service in the cause of Ihe
Party, over twenty years, was
so well known and appreciated
that il needed no comment. He
had great pleasure in extending
to Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper
the very cordial welcome of the
Conservatives of Cranlirook and
Districl.
. Sir Charles thanked the Chairman and meeting for the manner
and tlio warmth of his welcome.
He was heartily glad lo be with
Ihem and to place on record his
astonishment at tlie evidences of
progress  he   saw   everywhere
around him iu Cranbrook.   He
remembered       the       city      in
in   the days  of   ils infancy of
struggle and  upward endeavor,
ll had now  reached a point of
population and importance that
enabled    lo   extend     whal    lie
earnestly trusted would   he   a
signal uud memorable oval ion to
Mr. Borden on the occasion of
liis coming visit on   Oct.    1st
The speaker was buck  in    his
native country of Pictou a  short
time  ago  and he could assert
positively that in that area ihe
heather  wits  on   tire   and   tlie
people thoroughly roused against
a longer continuance of the evils
of Liberal administration in the
hands   of   men   who,   without
shame   or  disguise,  adopt   the
doctrine and ael according to the
doctrine "that to lhe victor be
Ihe spoils."   They were true to
their creed infamous though  it
is.     They   had    spoiled    and
plundered, grafted and  publicly
misbehaved    until    they    had
wrecked all confidence In   the
once greal  Liberal  party.    The
Liberal fruit was suffering from
over-ripeness many a  long day
ago; today it is hopeless rotten;
liy March next it will fall.    (Iood
Conservatives   would  not   weep
over that downfall, and it might
lieulessimngreal moral lesson,
not alone to the country but to
Ihe parly tlml had been so  lou
in    ollice    Hint   Ihey     decayed
through pride of powor.   ii was
a strange thing to consider  thill
tlie mfiaris by which the Liberals
kept   themselves   from   political
shipwreck was by clinging to the
plunks of lhe Conservative plai
form.    And well he remembered
how   those siiine   planks    wore
assailed by lhe  Liberal orators
and donouil I as the Inventions
of madness uud the very demons
of the pit.     Protection   was   Hie
tiling abhorred,   To-day it was
proving the sheet anchor of  ll
Grits.   They stole everything in
sight-oven   Hie   arguments   of
their   opponents.     Never   was
this more plain to him than when
listening lo Mr. Borden a few
days before when addressing an
immense audience in the East.
In the earnestness of tlmt  greal
crowd he  could   read   the   sn	
determination thai was making
ils awakening fell in the United
Slates,-and lhat mere awakening
was marked liy lhe famous
429,00(1,000 tine agniiisl ihe
Standard Oil Co. What would
that feeling he when fully
irousod.' The same feeling was
-weeping over Canada. The
people were beginning lo realise
lhat theirs is the right todomand
an accounting of revenues
whether llu-y reach the hands of
'overninenls or followers of
governments. Prom the people
comes the money and lo the
people belongs the righl to
follow thai money, watch its
ippliculion and compel its fair
administration untouched by the
curse of graft either in high
places or low places. (Loud
ipplause)
The oilier day LaVergno, the
god-child of Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
and Mr. Ilourassa. both of them
prominent men in the Liberal
ranks in the Province of Quebec,
were appealing lo the Country
Hid storming against the proven
corruption of their own parly.
When the members of a party
turn upon and publicully
denounce Iheir own political
illeagues it was high time for
the country lo call for, and
insist upon, a change,
Tho Governmenl oannot afford,
just now, to appeal to the verdict
of the constituencies because it is
said to be sound politics never to
invoke a general election  in a
limeof linaiicial stringency.    We
are, or rather we are supposed to
be, faced hy a touch of hard times
and   monetary   lightness.     He
asked them In dismiss  this  idea
from their mind     It might sound
like a paradox but, the truth of il
is tlml  greal  prosperity makes
money   tight.     In   a   country
advancing like Canada there are
too many gilt  edged  securities
offering large returns for capital
lo render ils  passage easy   into
the more arid  and  speculative
regions  where  smaller   returns
prevail.     All   the    Indications
poinl to the fact lhat a general
election  will   take   place about
next March, and when that time
caine wo should  support   witli
every energy tlie man  who will
sliind   side   by   side   with   Mr
llorden.      We     must    organize
teadil.v to securea Conservative
victory aud never was the Conservative parly stronger in Quebec or Ontario, in Saskatchewan
or Manitoba.   The last election
here in British Columbia was
tremendous object lesson for the
Grits.and wlien Mr. Borden conies
to Cranbrook he should be caused
to feel that the Kootenays would
return   a   man   who   would   in
Ottawa maintain   the   political
affiliation of tlie Province to  the
ranks   of   Conservatism.     Mr.
llorden  is a  man  without   his
peer in Canada: a  man  against
whom no breath of suspicion was
ever    raised;   a    man    who    Is
respected  in proportion   to  the
enormous sacrifices lie has made
for his country's   good,      He
sacrificed      liis      lofty      ami
remunerative position al the liar
ill order to afford himself lime to
devote himself wholly lo Ihe ad-
vaiicemenl of his country.
Pol' this reason alone he deserved
and would receive a rousing
reception all through the country
and here in Cranhrook particularly. (if om- thing lha audience
llliglll rest content ami that was
that never would Mr. Bordou,
for any inducement of office, put
forward, suggest or develop n
policy lhat he will fail lo carry
oul when giveu the maiidiile of
Ihe country. That is lhe slump
of man who will educate the
people to an appreciation of
clean governmenl. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was personally a mail of
unblemished repute, hul his
followers,   many of  them,   were
living under a cloud of suspicion,
while against some Hie cloud of
suspicion had developed into a
thunderbolt of proof and actual
exposure. Tin- electors were
asked lo span-the Liberals for
the dear. holy, sanctified sake of
Sir Wilfred the Good, hut
the argument went lor nothing
in Ontario where Mr. Ross wont
down to d teat in the faceol th. t
appeal. It was only righl ami
proper that lie should lie beaten.
since it the proverb "like
master, like man" he true, so
ought the converse, ''like man.
like master " When you come
to pass sentence nn the man.
don't forget to hand down
punishment to the muster for
keeping had company.
Continuing, Sir Charles said
lhat he had fought ill Unpolitical arena for twenty two
years and had fairly earned the
right lo fall back from the tiring-
line, hut now thai he had fell
lhe thrill and push of the Conservative awakening all over the
country In- was fully determined
to go hack and see for himself
how tlie hat Ile looked from Ihe
front, He would tight from the
drop of the hat lill tbe last vote
was counted from the ballot
boxes in the cause of clean
government and the square deal,
A very hearty vole of thanks
passed to Sir Charles on the con
elusion of his sppeech.
Responding, Sir Charles said
he I hanked the meeting and lhe
Chairman (Mr. ,1. A. Harvey) for
his kind references lo himself
and lo liis father to whom this
expression would be a source of
the keenest delight. Aboul a
year ago liis father, then well
over eighty years of age. was
supposed to he dying, hut as a
proof of the strongest passion
being   strongest   in   death,   he
lid liml he thanked God llu wus
permitted to live to see ihe day
when so many of the political
ideas, for which lie fought in the
days of his early manhood, were
idopted hy the very men who
antagonized them years ago.
This vindication of his ideals hy
liis opponents made even death
a pleasure. Ho would lell his
father that his spirit still lived
and was abroad in the land.
It was a beautiful sentiment,
that of old Sir Charles. It was
quietly and effectively put liy his
sou and sent some of Unit
audience Inline convinced lhat
there was something more in
Conservatism than the rotten
doctrine "to tlie victor belongs
tlie spoils. It should he made to
read, and it shall ho made to
read, (for those who can read,
"to the victors belong the
honorable obligations of
victory." Which would spell
the     swift     destruction      of
raft, root aud branch.
Public School Opening.
lool opened on Mouday 26th,
with tlie  following  attend-
8c
inst,
mice: —
P. R. Anderson
Miss, Caldwell.
Miss. Purdy.. .
Miss Hall ....
Miss. Anderson
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The attendance will of course
improve in a lew days as there
arc always a number who do not
attend the tlrst week. Parents
do not seem to realize that the
lirst week ul school, although of
necessity much broken, is perhaps lhe most Important week of
llie school year. II is the time
when the teacher trys each of
his pupils lo liml if possible upon
what kind of a foundation he has
lo build the years work. If Ihe
child joins his class ai any other
tiiue than lho tlrst of the term
lie cannot and does   not   get   the
consideration that he dctmrvos,
Those Ilil Lands.
Considerable attention is now
being attracted Hi the oil hinds
in the Plnihead valley, as a nuoi
her of claimants are having Iheir
titles IIIvosligaled before Judge
Wilson iu the county court.
A preliminary skirmish look
plane ou Monday, und a mass
of documentary evidence was introduced, The linal hearing
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©Ije tyvospetfov.
SATURDAY, MUST 81, IIKI7.
Bio Eastern snow
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a |...SAW   YOUR   WOOD...!
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* FAIRBANKS-MORSE *
ftii.1,™ «, in,,- | GASOLINE   ENGINE i
ft It's lhe mosl porfocl ru ng engine you can got,    Tliejjj
3ft lutosl equipment for sawing wood. &
downies-   t FflTMORE BRds/^^ii^e^irl
Uncle   Toms * u   'vs i
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Cabin Co. ^vrn
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Labor Sunday, on the Sabbath
preceding Labor Day. has become
a calender event of the Presby
teriiin Church, Rev. Main, will
discuss some phases of the labor
question iu his sermon tomorrow.
The Presbyterian plan of observing Lnbor Sunday has received UNDER CANVAS -,.,.'
the     indorsement     of    labor - in
organizations of   the  province, '  i*k
and of the labor press. WILL  RXHIH1T *W
ii vo,sm under the speii „i Cranbrook I l\ight Oni> K
a political candidal,'  before his '•}•'
election; alter election   you   will      11 All/]'] II     Cmit     O       v
"";'wh" ™*" r   MUIIIMJ. him / %
words seem lo tell nt the story
of un redeemed promises by the
Laurier government, gQ   PEOPLE
A    Hammock
Por   Summer
Comfort
i port STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD, I|^TJ%Si °l
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♦ MANUPACTUUERS and BREWERS of EXTRA l-'INK.    ♦     Every cloud has a silver lining
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lining until the clouds roll by.
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Jubilee   Singers,  Cake ,.'/
Huttled beer for family
use a specialty
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♦ Outside   Orders
* GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
X     SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
It take- tnouey to make money.
i l';it away a dollar every week
X for a year, then see how fust it
♦ w  I grow.   Cultivate the habit
Walkers, Dancers
\   Complete   Line  "I   Fishing Tackle.    The
Best that there is.
C. E. REID &  CO.,
phone 7 4     Tlie Druggists.
4 P. O. BOX 812     fc
iif      TELEPHONE NO. t      p
of saving and you  \vi!!  always
have tnonev
Earl I'rev Reviews Children.
See
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Uncle Tom and his
O.n Cart.
Mark-      and     his
funny donkey,
Our funny Topsy.
Eva   and   her   pet
pony.
ii-uoliMiwiilUp.nl
- puhllo holidays.
lui-iliiy nlfrlits and ovonlngs    \W
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X   Port   Steele  Brewing Co., Ltd.    X boys' brigades, a feature of the
********************************************    Canadian   National   exposition,.!
= was held today and was reviewed
Vi. ROLLINS j by Earl Grey,  governor general
' if the dominion, who came here 25 and 50 CeiltS
great   parade of children and    Grand Street Parade Daily
Admission
L.  ('LAPP
Baker Street,
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
Cranbrook, B.C.
llllli
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
4 a 9 4 4'aft:a ftft'.ftftft: a ft; a ft: aftf aftftftft :4ft
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Draying a Specialty
Jusl  received a Carload
of Wagons and Carriages,
A line line of Trucks
for special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
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to open the fair. In numherand
quality the exhibits in all
departments surpass those of
previous years and make the big
show truly representative of the
industries anil resources of the
dominion.
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Downie's Big Uncle Tom's
Cabin Show, numbering 40
people, earring 2 bands, a
genuine pack of Siberian Blood
Hounds, Ponies. Donkeys, and
so forth, will give one night
performance under Canvas in
Cranhrook on Monday N'ight
Sept. (I.
This is without doubt the
largest and most perfect organized "Uncle Tom show that lias
ever traveled this or any other
Country. Andrew McPhee, who
is lhe sole owner, is with the
Show himself, whicli is sufficient
guarantee tlint the performance
wil I he lirst class in every respect,
and fully up to the McPhee
Standard.
A Grand Street Parade daily.
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"THE PflLM"
CANDY KITCHEN
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S Iimi Bona,-nil at The Pal™. *
Always Up-to-Oate
£ Granbrook, -      - B.G. ~
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mA     CHANBROOK LAND DISTUICT.
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE
CALGARY, ALTA3 j,!'
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'on Imiilit-riiuiN   liili'inl-  in Upply
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| A nice Roast of Veal       ^
| or   a   Leg-   of  Lamb
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Water Proof Tents
GO TO THE
wu Kootenay
DYE HOUSE
Por all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing fine or coarse, large
or small that we cannot handle,
We Also Do Dnj Dtjeinn
Ollice .T. Leash, Tailor
GIVE PS A TRIAL.
Granbrook
t% Liveru
GEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in tho'district.
A. DOYLE. Mnnngtir
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CRANBUOOK  LAND DISTUICT,
Districl, ut Koobotifiy.
Tako notloe thai It Stewart, or Oranbrook occupation contractor, hitctulu to
apply for ii spi'i'iul limher liconco over
tho following nVsorlbod lumis:
Commenoing at a poal planlod at lho
N. W. corner of Block 2310, thonco
nortli HOohaiiiH, thenco wettt in chalnnj
thonoo north OOchaiiiH, tbon uhI M
I'luiiiiH,  thonoo HOlith ftft   i'liuins   uml
thenco west 11 chains lo phu f com-
inoncomenti
Ittchartl Stewart.
Datod AiiffiiHt 2.'l. litdT. 85
"" T^,      _       -^ t      1 ' !iNI l,n'l,J,r'',l to supply, good
^P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.3,'''''V *'''*•''«'<«'''.'""''-v kuior
r ^31 quantity.     Leave  ordors   will-
11,-mt onlu,,
Oalgary, All»irtii
Main Office lor EMt Kootonay,      ^ ,;  T  !;„„,.,,,   „     ,,.,„,,,,.  |t)..,|,
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lit Klwell.
K. S. Baron
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NOTICE.
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PHONE   56.
The Quality Store
FANCY   AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two thiugs thai can'l lu- beal
GOLD SEAL TEA
AMI
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
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C5MPB&LL & MANNING j
Leave your order for Preserving Fruits tit Campbell
& Manning they will protect you.
i£^^-^^-^'e.i3^'^2---5^^-^^:^^"^^
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone 5". Houd Ollice Calgary.
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL   DEALERS  IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. ■ .
Our ineui  is always  fresh,  as all uur heel' is killed in
Cranbrook.
1 . . . . 1.11.11.mu. mmmmmrmmmm t i , i , t t t , , ,i»»<,i^>ii
?^K^£S^^^^^^S^1
1 CRANBROOK
V HOTEL M
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i, Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection
Neiirest i>> ruili'iiail depot.    Hits accommodations   inr   lhe   public    tilioqiiallod   in
1 Iranbrook.
% HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    E
'ilui mid Culil lliillis Proprietors «|
Professional.
Harvey, HoGarter & Maodonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOL,     -    B.C.
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook *   * British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
anil NOTARY  I'lllll,ir.
Oranbrook, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
(Yiinlii'tiiik, B.C.,
THOMAS    M c V I T T I E
P.U.S. Ait CE.
Fort Steelo B.C.
DR. E, W, CONNOLLY
Physician ***** Surgeon
OFFICE AIIMSTIillNll   AVE.
lltiirus:   II to 11 11.111. 2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
I'linin' Olllee 105    Restdenoi) 109
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CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
.Mi'ot iivri-.v I'tiitav at 8 p.in.
Visiting   Brothers  Corillull}'   lnvii.nl
Chas. smith. W. Preslilent
M. 1). Hll.l.lNils. Seey.
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I Rocky Mountain Cliapter I
| NO. 126.  R, A. M. I
S Rejruliu* meettugBt—2nd Tues- £
|| day in eueli mouth ul olg'lit S
3   o'clock. £
S Sojournhig Companioii9 tne *tt
3  cordially Invited. S
^ Wm. !■'. Tatk. SorlboE.   i
3 Box 4 ORANBROOK, B. 0. *t
it 2
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ANCIENT ORDER / FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS  2ND  AND  ITII   THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   lireilu'i'ii   cordially   invited
C. It..   IV. P. MAODONALD
Sm tai'.v. VV. HENDEHSON
Tonsorial Parlor I
For n Cool and Clean Shnvn      :
Or a Pertect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
rT" Waller B. Ulng ..ffi^mil
I    Bakor Stroot, Cranbrook, B.C.    ■
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W. R. BEATTY
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UIIANIIIIIIOK, III'.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam  llollom unit Pni-mioo Wnrk a
Spoclulty,
Cost and Stock Estimalos
l-'iirnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
Geo. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
1'iinM-: iii imi. 1111\ siii
I'Inns, Specifications
nnil Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building    material
constantly on hand.
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(iood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
£3 Cline
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Tonsorial Art THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, ii C, AUGUST 31, L9U7
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT
Dlstrictol Kootenay.
Tike notice th»t I. Joint Swisher, ol Spokane
occupation rarpenier. intends to upplv   for a
•Dccial titnltei Uaence over  the [OllOWlUg described landi:
CoinmencliiK at a pom planted at the north*
watt corner of w. R. Smith's timber limit,
thenoe north BO ohalns, thenoe east 80 ohalns,
thenco south 811 chains, tbence westSO chains lo
polut or commencement, ami containing Wi)
acrea nioru ur less.
John .Swisher
C. Unlcuue, Agent
Dated July 10th, 1HW7. SU
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Take nollce thai 1, Mrs. John Swisher, ol
Spokaue, inteuils to apply Tor a iptHllal timher
lleenee over the following described lands;
Commonolng «l a pout planted on the oust
boundary of Hloek 15111 commencing  frmu. the
No. ti mile pnst, theuce east 160 chains, thence
■outh 40 chains, theuee went IBO ohulns, thonee
uorth 40 chai un tu poini of oommencoment, and
euutHliiim-' iHO acres more or less.
Mrs. Jolin Swisher
0. Cnlouno, Agenl
Dated July 10th, 1907. '-"J
CRANBROOK I.ANH DISTRICT
Dlstrlot ui Kootenay
Take notice UnU W.  R, Smith, of Heleim.
occupation doctor, intends to ai ply loraspeclal
timber licence over the following desorlbed
laudi
Commenciug at » post planted on the east
boundary of Block iwi commenciug at then
I mile post, theuce eusl IM ehains. theuce norlh
40chalns, theueo west IfiOobalus. thence south-to
ehuins to point ot coiumenouiuent, and containing 840 acres, mure or less.
W. It. Smith
c Uuleune, Agent
Hated July mth. 1907, SO
CKANUUOOK LASH DISTRICT
Dlatrlct of Kootenay,
Talto   nollce   that    Malcom    Mcluues.    id
Mltluapore,   Aim.,  ocouputlon   Mill  Owner,
Inteuils to apply for a special timber licence
over the following described lauds:
No. ii. Commencing at a post planted one-half
mile north of Lhe nurlli went enrner of my Umber
Licence No. 10308, Ihenee mirth 40 chains,
thonee easi 1U0 chains, thunco south io ehulns.
thouce west 180 chains to poini of commencement, nmi containing 8-10 uores, more or less.
Mulcom Mclnnes.
Date IRth July IW7. Ill
NOTICK.
Notice la hereby given that thirty
daya after dute I intend to apply to the
Ohiof Com mi as loner of Lauda uml
W^rka for u license to prospect for coal
und petroleum on the following described land situate iu Blook 4593 Kusi
Kootenay district British Columbia;
Commencing ut u post planted near
thu Soutli Pork of Akamina (Jreuk
about four miles north of tho International Boundary und about six uud
ono-half miles wesl of the eastern
boundary of llritish t'oluinltia, ami
marked James R. Low's N. W. oornor
post", thenee eust HO ohains, thenre
south 80 ehulns, tlienee west HO ehuins.
tlienee north SO ehuins to pluee of commeneement, containing 040 auros more
or less.
Located July 22, 1002.
James R, Low,
Loeator,
(!. N. McGregor
36 Agent.
NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby glvon that thirty
days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands und
Works for u licenco to prospect for eoal
and petroleum on the following described land situate in Block 4503 Hast
Kootenay district llritish Columbia:
Commonelng at u post pluntetl near
the South Fork of Akamina Creek
ahout live miles uorth of International
Boundary und about six and oue half
miles west of tho eastern boundary of
llritish Columbia, and marked William
Finney's N. W. earner post, thenee
east 80 ehaius. theuce south HO ehuins.
thenee west PO ehains, thenee north HO
ehaius to pluee of commencement, containing 040 ueres more or less.
Located July :'2. l!H)7.
William Finney,
Loeator,
(J, N. McGregor,
35 Agent.
MINKUAT. ACT.
FOIUI  l'\
CERTIFICATE Ol-'   IMPROVEMENTS,
NOTICK.
BILL    NYK.    LB    PAGE,    AND    NASDY
MINERAL CLAIMS,
Situute in ilie Fort Steele Mining Division
or Earn ivootutiuy District.
Whoro located:— nt the bend of Trull creek.
TAKE N01')CE tlmt James A. Harvey Free
Minors certlfleate No. it wm as agont for
Arthur ii. Fenwloh Free Miner's Oertiflouto No.
H loin Charles J. Reynolds Free Miner's Certlfleate No. HUMS nml Robert T. Richardson Free
Miner's Certificate No. it 1000, Intends, sixty
duyi from duto hereof, toapply to the Milling
Recorder lor cortitioutes of Improvements, for
lhe purpose of obtuitiltiK Crown ii runts* of each
of above claims.
And further tako notice that notion, undor
Section 8T. muati be commenced before llie Issuance of such ceriifietttcsof improvements,
Dated thl« Wtb, day of July, A.D. 1U0T.
3ft J. A. Harvey.
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District ot Kootenay.
Take notice thut Jobn Keid of Crunbrook,
B.C., occupation rancher, ImbihIs to apply for
permission io purchase tho lollowing deacrlbed
lauds:
Commenciug at a poat pluntod nt tbe smith
east corner ol Lot HI). U. I. IC.D., thetiee west
eighty chains, tbence south forty chains, thenee
nasi sixty chains, thence north twenty chains,
thenco eusl twenty chains, (henee north twenty
elmlns lo pninl of cummeiieeiuelil, ami eontaiu-
iiil! '-110 HUrotf, more or less.
John Uelil
Datod July iMh.lturr. iz
CKANHKOOK  LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Kootenay.
Tuke notiee thut .1 antes A. llurvey,
of Cranhrook, IU\ oemipatton Solicitor
Intends to apply lor a speeial timher
licence over the following deaorlbed
lauds:
Com mono tug at a post plantod on tlie
oust houndury of C. I*. It. Hloek 4502lit
a post murked UL4502' being tin- 20
mile post, theneu norlh K0 chuins,
theuee east HO ehains. thenee south HO
uhalns, thoneo west HO chains to (mint
of commencement- ami containing UK)
acres, more or less.
.lames A. llurvey.
I>ated June Ltlth, 1007. 28
flGGident Policies
#6.00 Per Year -rives $6,00 per week
and 450,00 Funeral Benefit.
LTD. BIOKNKSB POLICY
♦2 per year covers 30 diseases  for $5
per week.
SICK  INDEMNITY
$7,00 per year covers  you   agaiuat
ilekncis of any kind.
Por partloiilara of other Polio lea see
Fred. OT. Swain
DISTRICT AfJENT
LOCAL AGENT WANTED
Oranbrook,B 0,, Armstrong Av.
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kooienay.
Tuke notice tlml Malcom Mclnnes, o
Miiimi|Kire. Aim., ocotiputlou Mill Owner, in
tcmls lo apply Tor ii Hneclitl limher licenei
over the lollowing itcficrlboil IuhUb:
No. :■ Comnuiielii','iitu pnst rliinieil »l IheN'.W
Corner Of my Timher lieeuee No. 10809, thenc.
north in eliuins, thoilCfl cast ICO eliuins. thenct
smiih in chuius. Ibence west MO chuins to poinl
of eommencemeut, und uoulttlultm tuo ner
more or lose.
Mulcom Mclnnes
Dnted 1Mb..iniy inor
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
District of Kootenay
Tuko   notice   tlmt    Muleotn    Mclnnes.    nf
iMlilnupore. Aim., oeotlputlon Mill  Owner, ii:
leniis to upply for u special timlier lleenee over
the following described lunds:—
No.SO Comiiiencinifiil u post plHtlteilUOchuln
wost of the orosslUK of the North Pork of Mlcliol
Creek hy one of the North boundaries of Iti-irli
■15811, thenoe west ltlO ehuins. ihenee uorth -Ut
ehnlns. tbence eust 160 elmlns. tbenee Month -lli
chuins tu point or commencement uml contain.
Dig 6-10 ueres, mure or lesn.
Malcom Mchiness.
Duted 1Mb July. 1907. ill
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Kootenay.
Take notice that Mulcom Mclnnes. o
Miilimnote. Aitu. occupation Mill Owner, intends to apply for a special limher licence ovei
the following ileserlbed luuds:
No. ','1 Commencing ut u post plunteil ut n.k
Cornor of application No. 20 Mulcom Mcluues
thence west bin chuius. theuce north 41) chuins,
thonee enst 1*10 chains, thence south in ehains to
point or commencement, uml ci>ntuiuiiiK ''•
acres, more or less.
Mulcom Mclnnes,
Datod 1Mb. July 190*. i
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootonuy.
Notice is hereby given that I George Boll of
Iv'iirs. Out., farmer, Intend to upply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lunds. und Works for petrols
slon to obtain u special Timber License ove
the lollowing described luml in Southeast
Kootonuy:
Commencing at n post pluntod nt the south
west corner of Lot ft 141. Uroup One. Thence
north eighty (80.00) ehuhis, Ihenee west eighty
(80.00) chains. I hence south Btghty i HU.U0 ■ chain
theuoo eust eighty (80.00) chuins to the pluee of
beginning,
George Hell
Peril. II. MoVlttlo Agent
Duted this -Will duy uf July. IWI7. 81
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notice thnt 1 William Staples of Wycliffe B. C, ocouputlon lumberman, intend to
upply fur permission to purchase lhe following
described land:— Commencing ut u post plan
ted in chuius west of the west boundary of Lnt
'.'iMii, tbence north 80 ohnlns, thenee enst 4fi
eliains more oi less to lhe western boundary of
Lol 2040 thence south ise ehuins more or less v
the hunk or the st. Marys river, tbenee follow
Ing the St. Marys river in a westerly illreetlon
to ihe place of boglnnlng uml containing mi
acres more or less.
William Staples.
Dated July 8rd. 1907.
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CANADIAN
Pacific!
RAILWAY
SECOND CLASS
Reduced Rates From
Eastern Points
On   Sale   Daily
Sent. 1st. to Oct. 31st
Montreal 145.10 < Mtawa $1-1.h",
Detroit, Windsor, London,
Guelph, Toronto Parkdale
189.45
Coi'i'Gt'poniltiig Low lliili-s from
Ititoi-inctlliitu |xtints.
Soo-Spokane Service
Tilt- Pllli-Mt nil Mu- CoiltlllOIII llllll
tin- Easiest bolivuiin Hpokuuu iiiiiI
iln- Twin OHIcm.
Tho CiuuulInn Pnolllo OporaloD
Standard Sleeping Cars
nmi
Tourist Sleeping Cars
(in Two Dully TriitiBoonlliH-uiul
Truing in I'm-h llii'i-i-tion
For rates, reservations aud
any Information desired
apply tn local agenl or
E. ,1, Coylo, A.li.I'.A.. Vaimnuvor
■liHIN Mill-:, li.l'.A., NoImiii
JOE MARAPODI
Shoe Shop
Uepairin-- a Specialty
Oranbrook, B.C.
The
Smlfli Premier
Typewriter
has widened its market until it includes the whole civilized world; has become the
typewriter of over 300,000
operators and has, during
1906, broken every previous
record of sales, because it
has from the beginning best
met every typewriter need.
THE tri-color feature of
the Smith Premier
Typewriter is recognized as the greatest Improvement in modern typewriter construction—yet in
providing it, none of the
strong fundamental features, for which the Smith
Premier has always been
noted, have been sacrificed.
Complete literature on request.
THE SMITH PkEMIER
TYPEWRITER  COMPANY
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
BRANCHES       1" V .". R Y W H K R «
SPOKANE. WASH.
8 South Lincoln Street
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CRANBUOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District nf Kootenay,
Take notice tlmt Lester Clapp! of
Craubrook occupation Hotel keeper,
Intends to apply for u special timber
licence over the following; described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted HO
chalna east of the 20 Milo Post on the
East Line of C. P.R, Block 4592 ICast-
Kootenay, thence east 40 chains.bhence
north 100 chains, thence west. 40 chains,
thenre smith 160 ehains to point of commencement, and containing 040 acres,
more or less.
Lester Clapp.
Dated Julv 4th, 1907. 28
CITY OF CRANBROOK
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND
OTHERS,
BY-LAW No. ii.
Spi'i'iul tut nut ion is drawn to the
following subsection of tlie above By-
Law:—
"No person shall commence the erection of any building within the suid
('ity until a ground or block plan of
such proposed building, with the level
of the cellars or basements thereof with
reference to tlie level of the nearest
adjoining street shall have been deposited in the otlice of tho City Fire Engineer for tho time being of llio City of
Cranbrook."
.1.  I\ FINK
Chlof Fire Engineer;
The Kootenay   Central  Railway
Company-
The Annual General .Meeting of the
Shareholders of the Kootenay Central
Railway Company will be lield at tho
Head Ollice Cranbrook. B.C. at 10a.m.
Monday September 9th. 1907. for tho
election of directors and for ihe transaction of other general business.
Dated at Crunbrook, It. C. this Hth
iluy of August., 11107.
W. A. Maedonald,
,'12 Secretary
CUANIIUniiK LAND DISTUICT.
DlHtrlel ot Kuiili'liiiy,
Tuko nulii'i' Dial Robert H- McCoy, ol iiniuil
Forks, N. Dttiiotu occupation Luttiljormmi,
Intends lonpply for k npooliil timber liconoo
ovor tin' following iIokcitIioiI lumls:
CommoiioliiK ni u post pliuiteil nbout ■"> ihIIch
in it woslorly illreotlon frmu lhe southwest
corner of Lot 8410, tlionoo enst BOclmitiN.tlieiioo
snnili mu'iiuiiif. llii'iii'i' wesl sn rimins, thonco
nortii uu i'lialns to point or uoinmoneoment, und
contu Ini nit iim neres mora or loss.
Robert H. McCoy.
Dated July BAth, WOT. 81
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
DlHtrlel of Kootonuy.
Tnko notice thnt Robert McCoy, of Grand
Porlcd, Nnrth tiHitoiH oectnpntton Lumbnrintiti
Intoiuln to npply for n wpeclal timber licenco
ovor tin' followlllK iloBerlbod Imiiis:
CominoncliiK nt a post pluntod uboul r- mih'H
In u westerly direction from ihu Southwest
oornor ol Lot, ki to, tlieneo wettl su ulinliiH.the	
houIIi HO clmliiH, tbence oiutt hu uIiiiIiih. f limine
north hu i'liuins io jn iln i or eiiininuiicemcnt, mnl
I'oiilnlnliiK ItlU uerCN moro or liss.
Robert II. McCoy.
Dnted .inly Wtb, 1007, III
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kiw/k'nay.
takk notloo iimi uro. Ifemimly nf Cran
brook omi pit tion blnokMiultli.tiitoiul to apply
fm n Hpeulul timber lloonoo ovor tin- foi low Inn
lienor I bud Intuit.: (tomuioncliitf nt » pusi |
pimifii ut ih<' Houtliwont corner of tlmbor If mil
NoSillil, tbenoe wesl Wcl.tiliis. ihonee Hontli m
chuins. thonoo ensl 10 cluiltm, tlionci nurlli mi
eliuiiis to point of coin tn Piicuuio ni, iimii
mining lOOiioroH, mori'or kun,
Goo. Ifonnody
Duted \i.,'n..i 1st 1007
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ABOUT $1500.00 IN FRIZES
With some
specials additions
The Celebration will open in forenoon with a big-
Labor parade "Entirely different to former years"
headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds commencing" at 1 o'clock.
See Posters for full particulars.
S. MACDONALD,       T. J. DORIS,
President 1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Sec.'y-Treas.
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PATMORK  II.M.I.
Sunday Services:
Afternoon    -   -   '■'. o'elouk
Evening    -    •    8 o'cliu'k
Suntltiy Sohool ut 1.45 p.m.
Mootlngs hold evory nijjlit   in  tli,-
\vo„k except Monday ju 8 p.m.
*%\\z ^to0i?ectoi*
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1007
The Conservative Programme.
Continued from Pago 1.
The result has beon that
in lhe last ten years there has
not been, until Mr. Borden's
recent speech, and declaration of
policy adapted to the circumstances of present day Canadian
political problems. That his
utterance would be immediately
analyzed by the Liberals in a
frenzied search for weali points,
was a matter of course. That
some Conservatives should bo
taken by surprise and noi
entirely prepared for acceptance
is uot to he wondered at. If Mr.
Borden is open to blame in any
particular, it is because his
campaign of education has heen
too long delayed.
It Is amusing, through not
pleasing, to see how delighted
Liberals are that Conservatives
retain their ancient custom of
speaking Frankly and fearlessly
to their own leaders. A Liberal
iditor who censures liis parly's
nachine of course thereby commits political suicide, and he
cannot understand why il is noi
ii with Conservatives, The
really saddening feature of ii i*
that iu pointing gleefully to
evidences of Conservative hide-
lendance, they are publishing|Nolson Canadian
their own degi'ad I tion, ami can-
not see il.
The Montreal Slar is  selected   BW^SCTj ilUjMI' I |j lit Tn
as  ii   sample   Tory   newsnaper | tmlm*iESm9B
whicli   criticizes   Mr.    Bordon. j
hi' Slur is owned and edited by '
gentlemen who has boon a
lifelong Conservative, lie has
fought ami labored foi- the parly
and its cause aud sought no re-
WtU'd. lie lias every righl Iii ex
press his opinion and il is eul il led '
to llll respect iis the opinion of
an individual
The Winnipeg Tilbuno, edited
by a former Libenil who was
expelled from Um parly for dill'
ing lo Iiiiiii*. is nlso inning the
critics.   The Tribune is iudepen  (
iii>ni  io Biieh a dogroo tlml it is
opposed  I"   evory   government ,
and every organized opposition
iu Canada,    I   apparently   in
everyllliily else exeepl llle 0(111(11'
THE
National Bank of Canada
Capital to be $10,000,000
FOUNDERS SHARES ARE NOW FOR SALE
First issue of 1000 Foundation 7 per cent. Preference Shares of $ too each, which, being
Founders Shares, will receive in addition by transfer a Bonus of one fully-paid
Sioo Share of Common Stock for each Preference Share held, and $200 ol the
Stock of the Canadian Banking Corporation of London, England, when organized
$10 per share upon application, $10 per share on allotment and the
balance as required in $20 calls at intervals of not less than three
months.    For particulars apply to their
LOCAL   BROKERS
Baker Street Beale & El Well Cpanbrook, BiC.
and proprietor of the Tribune,
ll remarks that three of Mr,
Bordon's planks are also plunks
in Sir Wilfriil Laurier'. platform
purity of elections, clean administration and civil service
reform. The remark is quite
correct as Far as'it goes lint
eleven years have taught the
people of Canada thai Sir Wilfrid's professions were rank hy- j
pocrisy, and Mr. Borden has
proved liimselfa man of his word
ll is gratifying to-record that
the Toronto News, which is independent ami mil merely a
destructive critic, givesits whole
hearted approval to Mr, Borden's
confession of political faith, and
such. ,ve are confident, will lie
Ihe judgement of all the intelligent people of Canada who are
not benotlclarles presenl or pros-
peel ive of the Ottawa machine."
FOUND
ON I'.AKKK ST., ONE liooll WEST OF
IIII.I.  ,v   CO.     Tl nly  plane in lown
.   iluu uun milk,- lil,- ivnrili Hie li-.ii.--_
Tlie
an note
E. H. SMALL, Manager
M)HON.NG==NOGI.INI)ING
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RAZORS PULL?
Itecaiisu they nre tempered
unevenly by fire und
v. will not hold 1111 etl^c.
-7)   CAKIKI- MAfiNKTIC BA/0KS
arc tempered as hard
as flint hy our exclusive
process of electricity.
CHAS. E. REID & CO.
Cranhrook, B.C.   The Druggists
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Mnry's Valley Nice airy rooms
nowly   furnished.      Tahlo   us
guild as any ill Kimlellltv.
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H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
HOTEL J
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"A World-Wide Reputation"
FINKS 1'i'KK POOD GROCERY DEPT
■■■■ 01
Heinz Baked Beans
Are an encore number
"HEINZ ARE IT"
Wlien you see the name Heinz
on a package that is enough to
convince you that the quality is
right. Heinz, like Finks, stake
their reputation on the quality
of goods they sell. We are in
receipt of a large assortment
of "Heinz unrivalled Table Delights". See them on display in
our store.
Our Goods are
(juaranteed
Heinz Tomato Ghuineu
COSTS MORE   BUT IS BETTER
^mmm*W MONEY 5ACK     *,+
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PINK'S CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE DEPT
Heinz Queen Olives
Those piquant—taste-like-more kind
Heinz Mustard Dressing
THE   EPICURES   FAVORITE
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•Whs Itoepttrtor.
SATURDAY, AL'GUST 81.  1907
I Have You
Detective Eyesiont?
Hull   il„-   nj-ij   iniiiiiiii mi!   trum    iiL'ulunt.
Thniiaiinila -nilci- fi yo Hlrulu will t knowliiu (Iiu
Iiii-i-
It.vim wnnl 'Kirfinil i-IhIiiii. yuu aiitiulil Imvi! your
...ven i-xuinl 1 uln'ii.   A ullglil i'"ii Uun mil)   Insure
VOU  iiri'lr,'!   Vldlllll I" ll llll (if} ' llfll.
Win. F. TATE
THK JEWELER
!,H ll   Will uli limiicotiirH (Jruwa' Nusl "aaa Uiviaion
9 4 9 4 9 <*-.♦ 9 ftft ftftft.9 *»*♦: aft.aft'.aftiaTftjaft
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: REVOLVERS
which is illustrated
9 ()iu  mportation ol English Loaded Shells
:♦ -   just 1'i*''ii received
0 Coiup in and lei un miUu you
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\  LOCAL NEWS. ]
■--uauu,ii,iilii,i..imiii„iiiiiiuu„„„iia
il T. McGregor of Moyie spent
Sunday Inst in Cranbrook.
f-iijjhl lunch nt Stewart's on
Labor Duy.
Win. Foresl of Calgary was at
Cranbrook tliis week on legal
business.
It rained during the greater
part of last week, and lliis weok
ii has rained some more.
Mr. and Mrs. ft, 0. Douglas uf
Wardner were in the city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vi. MeCutohen
nf Kingsgate were Cranlirook
visitors this week.
Meet your friends at Stewart's
mi Labor Day, and have lunch
and llazolwiiod Ice Cream.
Major R. G, ft. Leckie. of
Cobalt wus ul Cranbrook Tuesday attending n sitting of tho
County Court,
Dr. MacRae, principal of the
Western Canada College preached in the Presbyterian Church
Sunday last.
. . ■ i In Labor Duy call in and sec
♦. uur line of Enamel Souvenir
9 spoons, brooches, belt pins etc,
ft Tail- the Jeweler.
N ti. Mck'iiisl ry. who severely
4 rii his thumb lasl week, wns
• taken i" the hospital Monday,
ft 11,|,,»il poisoning having set in He
y   i- in ii very serious condition
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Sec Our Windows Labor Day     6 Kalliorlne, are al  Halcyon llm
*■ S|uiliL's   tliis   week   nil   a   visit,
9 Mr McCallumaccompalnedthem
4 ;i- far us Nelson,
| J. 1). McBRIDE
♦   ,, , .       ,-,   ,, ,  .«--_.,.,.-__   ♦        Mr       I'liiiins   nl    Rcvelslnke,
g Cninbrook,  B.C. HARDWARE p manager of tho Imperial Bank ol
*.a * 9 9 a * t * a * * ♦.£♦:<>.♦:,>>:<> ft 9 ft:9 ft;* ft. that cily was in town this week
* •     " uml    uieiiiiillv  attended   tin
a STEWART'S & 7
Conservative meeting on Mon
day evening.
W.   McVittie inei   will,  al 	
l'.'.':''1',!',..i".'.'.'i'v",' l;.'"1 m""!(. wl,il."     C. W  Davoy of Pernio, ft.  II,
Suiilli    Nelson,   Iv   llceinn   nf
Arriving Today:
I'LUMS,  I'E \CIIES, GRADES
CANTALOUPES 	
IOKh      nutiiig niiar Nelson   lloiitleinpl
■ ■il to open n  ginger nlo bottle
rnrnuln,   unil S,   I,'.   Wl'lglll   nf
W|I"'"|,1,'X|' '' """'"I1"1™   Swan River, Man.,   wee  regis
KitluruH n     amounl     ,,l    Klass „.,,.,, ,lMl„. Cranbrook   WndnoH
luln   ins   lure   ,1    portion    of   j. ,
lodged
WATERMELONS, PEARS    Inf   Ins   eves    Every   atlnntlon
APPLES   TOMATOES        was   givon   to   tho unfortunate     Wm. Uardgotl as nu ngricul-
inun. he was taken to the lms|,i   tiirist Is a siiccoss.    Ills crop nf
UAZELWOOI) ICE CREAM     l;lj^   ftn(|   inter   nu to Spokane, potatoes, this year,  Is abovo tin
CRANBROOK'S SEHSATIIH
Sale Starts To-day
A FEW OF THE SNAPS
Mens Fit Reform Suits - All at One Third Off
Boys Clothing - - Clearing at Half Price
Mens Neglige Shirts «■-••• ^ «•••" oh^ For $1.00
Mens Boots and Shoes From $1.00 Upwards
Mens Shirts osnli il^w!o?[oni..Bo        For 75 Cents
Fabric Gloves.      - At Half Price
White Shirt Waists - - From 75c. Up
Wash Goods 25 Per Cent Off
Carpets By the Yard One Third Off
Cranbrook,
H.C.
BDRNS BROTHS
Reid
Block
Electric Lights
|-»69e969fis«9e9ss69sssss9i) notice. | Centrally Located
*      Nollno la liuroliy llln'll Hull llllrl.V illiya all,' r
c    ss iim-1 iniiuiii io ii vi" nu-1' ii'i.niiiik i    if * a     w "WW    a    a
Manitoba Hotel
CIGARS
UNION  MAIM-:
Wholesale and Retail
Stew'irl   I* ino (Iliocolates
whoro il was round necessary lo avera-to, liis donation nf spuds
remove Ins eyo Mr,   MoViltln to lho Prospector, iti In niiiiilier,
has many fr Is In  Cranbrook weighed  just  L'n pounds, which
wim   Hyuipallil/,o wilh   111 in   In lioltiK of tlm Rui-ly Koso  variety
Phone 75        Armstrong, Ave.l|'l6llli8'fonutlB' ilsaRuaran *l their quality,
HiKiii Stewar'
SMOKE        I
ARABELLA     |
S, J, MIGHTON       {
The Tobacconist /
Mr, and Mrs ('. A Oasldll ol'
Klinliorloy wnm In iho oily
Thursday, Thoy Inf! on llio
llyer Friday for Spokane.
*a     > ir or I la mul  Worli. lur it licenco to
ft   inii'ilii'i'lliii- ll an,', pjtrolol hi llu- Iiiii""
/  Ins iii'si'i'liii',1 Iniol ol luml nlliiillcil In Hi,-ills.
tricl or Kuai Koot iy, I'lk lllvor Vnlloy. lie
Ulllllllllf III tl IiohI plu lul lho nui'tli ikm i-u,
nni-or l.ol BITll tlionoo r tun 'ill molinlni
i'lmlna, llionco i-iiiilillni 011M an I'lllllllH to till
Iiiui','„l ,'„ , in.  million Mil ni'ii"
01 lot
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NOTICE.
in ' v 1 Chlol (i -
nl, uml   IV,it'll, lor .1   I in-" 11
111I11111I iictrliliilllll 011 III"'rullitwIUH
lot luml mii,nn-1 m H lalllcl
nuy, nn. lilt-in 1-iii.'i. I'l'iiiiiiiiin:
(I'll J,l III    \*   W  innl' 1 "I l-"l Ni
Under  New Management
i,    1       ,      f in       When you want ;i "nod
Headquarters fnr minmii   if ' h
ii,,- f pace tn stop come to the
inon nml nld timers, n ',.    .   ,        '
"• Manitoba,
D. A. McDONALD, Manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
in,'
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I.iii-jiii.I Ilil-. '.'nil .Ini' nl Al si l.v
11 A   lliilii-ilsini
Illi .1   W. liu.iliii'i   Atfont,
School oi Mining
The UlUwIni I'Mrtd ire •Hfretf:
I - I'uur Ynn1 Course for Degree of B.8c.
II    lln re Yearn'Cour*e for liiuloiUM.
A COLLEUP. OF APPLIED SCIENCE, 'T^mi^iXSim'tsaa
Alllll.letl I. Q««.'S U»l,«r«l.y, SSS3£ ftST
KINGSTON, ONT.     ^.Tl^iST*'
l'.r Cilan.t.r o( lhe School uml lutlliar       /-M«hi«lcil H»»l«Mrl»f.
IiiIoiiii.IIoii. aiipl. to thr flCCKtery, fldlOol f-KKClllCil KoflllMtlni.
ul Milling. KliiKalon, Ontario. '- HloloKy ind Public Health, 7

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