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Array Library   I Lee. Asa.
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Vol. 14.
CRANBROOK,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,   NOVBMBBR   14,   WUS.
No. 4<i.
THOSE   DEFERRED   BYE—ELECTIONS
GOODEVE & BURRELL ELECTED
YALE-CARIBOO   and    KOOTENAY    EMPHATIC  For
"A   White   British   Columbia  and   Better   Terms."
McBRIDE tk  HARVEY
Enthusiastic Meeting
A WHITE BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The final Conservative rally hefore
the momentous election ot Thursday
November Iii, was held here Tuesday last In the auditorium und was
far and away the most densely
thronged gathering that wns ever assembled in this eity. The house wus
packed to its utmost capacity and a
pressagc ol what the night would produce was given during the day sn the
tings that Hew at all points in the
eity in honor of the coming of Hon.
Richard McBride. When he walked up
the aisle to the platform the immense audience sprang to its feet and
thunders of applause renewal again
and again. It is to be regretted that
Arthur S. Goodeve could not he present to rip up the sophistries of
Smith Curtis, hut that part of the
work was ably attended to by the
premier,
Promptly at H..J0 the chair was taken hy Thomas A. Caven nnd amongst
those occupying seats on the plntlorm were Hon. Richard McBride, J.
A. Harvey, K. C, Geo. H. Thompson
Geo. T. Rogers, J. 1). McBride, Joseph Ryan, J. P. Kink, the muyor of
Cranbrook, I). J. Johnson, Walter B,
McFarland.
The chairman called for a cordin-1
welcome to Hon. Richard McBride,
the hero of the defeat of tlie final and
unalterable bad treatment of British
Columbia by Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and
the creator of the rallying cry of the
Kootenays, "A White British Columbia and Better Terms. ' [Loud applause.)
J. A. Harvey, K.C, dealt with the
fallacies of Smith Curtis in his puerile arguments here on Saturday last
and ridiculed the Hon. Mr. Fisher,
whom he quoted from Hansard as
saying that a few thousand or a few
hundred thousand nood Japanese
would form no menace to the pros
perity of our province. (Cheers.) The
Grand Trunk Pacific railway wn-s the
petted darling of the Laurier govern
ment; hut what do you think sniil
the speaker, of their trying to get in
5000 Japs to work for starvation
wages on the construction of the
road. (Hisses.) Smith Curtis would
try to persuade you that he and his
were for Oriental exclusion, hut it
was in the face of proven facts, but.
nnother example ol the Liberal policy
of trying to fnee both ways, to run
the pets of the government would derive from the Incoming of th* Japanese, even if they would drive the
white laborers to the wall When ji
hunt with thc hounds of the benefit
with the hare of exclusion and to
at Ottawa to exclude the Japanese,
the motion was voted down hy a
straight party majority vote.
motion wns moved by the opposition
Turning to the Lemieux act he suid
that Its terms g^vo the employer n
chance to equip himself for the light.
Gave him time, ample and sullicient,
for the purpose from the time the
tlrst move wan made until the linu-l
arbitration was arrived at. The other
day when their was a strike on Ihe
0. P. R. the men sent a deputation to
Gateway to try to explain to the
hundreds of scabs who were employ
ed as strike breakers in the States in
gross contravention of the Allen labor
act. Did they succeed '.' No; Ottawa
wired that these men must lie admitted iu the very teeth of legislation nf
the Laurier government, the supposed
friend of the working man. (Loud
laughter and cheers.) Mr. Harvey
closed with u stirring appeal to the
people to vote for Arthur S. Guud
eve, Dot tot' Terms and a White British Columbia.
The Hon, Richard McBride was re
ceived with vol ley fl of cheers and had
to stand for minutes while the aud
ience acclaimed him. He was proud,
he said, to lie ou the same platform
once again with his old friends Mr.
CaVeh and Mr. Harvey and tu sea
such a splendid nwlioncfl gathered tu
support Arthur S. Goodeve. It might
be asked what brought him into the
campaign which was a matter of Dominion politics rather than a provincial issue? He would answer that he
came as a Canadian tn advise with
them on political affairs of the utmost Importance to them and to the
entire great northern continent, By
the trick, the Infamous trick, the
postponement of the election in the
Kootenay and Vale Caribou have been
smashed in order lo give tlio Liberals
a scandalously unfair ad van tn go in
the present election, (Loud 1-hoorn
and cries of that will not beat us; we
will hint  them three tn otic)
"If I IrnoW the people I am ad
dressing," said the premier, "I will
say that the Liberals will find )l wes
thr most serious political blunder
Ihey ever made and that mhtnke will
prove a boomerang fnr iheir own do
structiuii un Thursday next. (Loud
fhei'iv.) "Bill 1 sav riwashed'.'" said
the speaker."I would go farther and
say lhat. you have been gratltltoimly
Inmillcd but your vnto un Thursrlmy
will be Ihe proper and only answer to
that Insult ,nll(J . blunder." {Loud
cheers, i
III coming     into   this conntltiuncy
the Hon. Frank Olivor was not moved by    principles of honesty.   If    he
were,  why did he come  at  the  llth
hour ?   Down  in  Nolson,   Revclstoke, ■
a,nd     at   other points he could     see!
them in fur coats, the wise men from
the   cast,   engaged   in    buttonholing
overy man thoy could lay their hands
on to     induce him to sell his birthright for a     mess of Liberal pottage.
What wore the furs for?   Did it indi- j
Cote     or give a hint of  Iho coming!
frost tlmt had     struck Smith Curtis
here in Cranbrook and was spreading j
to all parts of the Kootenay ? (Loud
Laughter.)    They    would    remember j
what Tomplomon,  the ex-Hun.     Mr. |
Templeman, said in Victoria     about j
Better     Terms,    He said that issue ]
was dead and buried. Yet that utter-
nnco  was the politieul  funeral dirge j
of Templeman and of his rosy hopes
for ofllce where    he could help    the
machinations of thc government     in
excluding   the    Orientals.   (Laughter;
and cries of "he'd exclude all of them, '
we don't think.")   Ho had been in all
parts of Vale-Cariboo and the Koot-
enays and he could assure the people
of    Cranbrook     that at    Revclstoke,
Sloean, Rossland, Nelson. Knslo, the '
Lardcaii,     Ymir nnd  nlong the Col- i
UmbiO; river there Was a certainty of
n three to ono majority for Guodeve.
(Ldudc heers.) Then let Cranbrook go ,
into the tight and do lur shftro, and
In doing it, ho looked to the    young
men,   so many of whom he «as glad I
to see before him,  to help the good
city to win her honorable place     In j
line   with   the   rest   of the country, j
(Cheers and yells of you bet we will) \
and let the older and more experienced of the voters line up shoulder    to ■
shoulder   with   the young men     nnd
help   thc     district to roll up a vote
that will sweip ,thc Liberals into the
outer darkness of political extinction
as far as the Kootenays are concerned.   (Loud n-nd-prolonged rhi-ors.)
The meeting closed with loud cheers '
repeated again and acain, for McBride and Goodeve. It. was a, most
stirring and encouraging meeting ami
struck, the Libornls fairly dumb with
surprise n,t its wild en thus! nam.
COMMUNICATION
CRANBROOK GYMNASIUM,
To the Editor,
Dear Sir—Will you kindly allow
me through your columns to give
publicity to the fact that the Gym
nasium will he opened on the 19th of
this month for the winter season. We
have added some new features this
year which we hope will prove ut-
traetive, including a horizontal bar,
and indoor tennis outfit; the gallery
has also been improved, and we are
looking for a good response from the
young men and women of the eity,
Ijualified instruction will be given as
we are anxious this season to en*
courage mure physical exercise, and
general gymnastics, I would like to
take the opportunity of saying that
the Gym. exists wholly anil solely
for the public guud ami is managed
this year by a committee represent
ing the Baptist, Presbyterian and
Methodist churches. As it stands on
lhe trust pruperty of the last no-mod
ehttrch, the trustees are responsible
for the building and the small debt
remaining upon it. The creditors
have been very I ind, also the tradesmen and the editors of both papers,
ami their kindness has been much ap
predated; but 1 am very anxious this
season tn put the placr out ol debt
and upon a good business basis. If
the gymnasium is supported by the
general public as ft most certainly
deserves to be, there will he no dilli-
culty at. all. Pp to the present time
wr have paid our current expenses,
and each winter since It was started
provided healthy and clean recreation
for the buys, lu this western life the
need is obvious, and many a young
fellow would have been saved from
drink and vice had the kindly doors
of an Institution ol this kind been
open to him. If the people of Cran
brook knew Imw many men had been
helped and sheltered and fed, and encouraged tu iii-iko a fresh start frum
this place, they would more readily
and mure willingly assist. We shall
all he glad when the eity is big and
brave enough tn undertake a well
equipped V, M. C, A,, but. until then
we must do the best, we run. We nre
iu need of one nr two comfortable
chairs for the reading room and a
few curtains ur lengths of crc'ttone
fur the windows, Those who have
hooks of a readable mil ure which
they have done with, particularly
good strung slnries, wmild do well lo
send t hem fur the gym. u-.e.ln every
well appointed home tho library shel
ves might be gone over, and one or
two bunks removed which would bless
the e.fver and many a lonely aud tiled lad frotj lion ting our reading and
rest room, These aie a Tew wavs In
which     a   good wnrk enn be helped,
and I have faith eiiuiigh in the | ph'
of this city tn hnpe that this appeal
Inr the general good will nut be look
ed upon as a llnrrow and donomllin
rlonnl effort, but a" worthy nf a gnn-
eroilH respnn';e,   I nhnll be plemtrd tu  Galena 	
send fur any gifts fnr Hie gymnasium   Roger's Pass
If   the donors     will kindly cmnmiini-   Mhalmer 	
eate with me either by mail or phnhr-.   Windermere
1 nm dear sir, faithfully yours,
WiRKIIT IIPGMFS,   President Total
1     This   little   Birdie   is   singing  Peans   of   Joy    I
For ARTHUR S. GOODEVE
VICTOR
For   MARTIN   BURRELL
1    This   little   Birdie   is  singing   Peans   of   Joy     I
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lost tii.s tlapoBlt.
Tho rcttult from provincial c
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encirs wun nn follows:
Crnnbrook  .',36
1:11
III.",
Columblu  I'JI
11;
1,',.,
■Si'J
3,1*1
Kaslo  22"
1,1
tea
Nolson  3H0
10;
2:11;
Rovolstoko   3911
112
2 in
Rossland  2.111
111
221
Blocnn  170
11:,
77
Ymir  467
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IN    YAl.li • CAKIBOO HAPPY  al   VICTORIA
OFFICIAL RETURNS
LATL    RETURNS    GIVE    A.   S.    GOODEVE
A   MAJORITY   OF   OVER   1,000
The result ol the olection in Kootenay    Thursday was the election    of
; the Conservative candidate A. S.
tloodeve, and his majority will be
over one thousand.
1    ln   the election    of 1904, Kootenny
i returned W. A. Galliher by 7117 majority. The cha-nge is most significant
of the feelings uf the electorate on
the question uf better terms and Oriental exclusion.
It  is noticeable that     the railway
vote of the Kootenay, especially     iu
I the terminal cities and towns,     was
; large, and almost to n man in favor
of A. S. Goodeve.
! The returns at the time ol going fco
press are not complete hut they show
thnt Mr. Goodeve has now a majority  of   !M1    which makes his  election
i a certainty.
i The following are the returns as received from every polling plaee in
Kootenay: -
KASLO DIVISION
Lurdonu 	
.... 4
3
Poplar	
....12
4
Silver Cup Mines...
...  o
13
Trout Luke 	
....43
12
Qerrnrd 	
...13
3
l*orgusslon 	
....13
17
citANiinnoi* invi
Con
..78
..77
SKiN
Hoe.
sr,
in
..72
..12
.. 6
..26
.. 4
.. 7
.22
..lu
..34
17
Vahk	
Moyie	
Oranbrook 1 ...
Cranbrook 2 ...
Ornnbrook 3 ...
Crunbrook 4 ...
Crunbrook 6 ...
MuryHVille 	
Kimhrliy 	
Kurt  Sleele 	
Kurt Steele  Jet.
Wasa	
Wnttsburff 	
Mnyook 	
Wurilner	
Wyi'litTe	
Klnf-sfinto 	
;,:is      nil     -lor.
Qoodovo's   inujnrity iu    the Oranbrook riding    133
Qoodovo's    majority iu Oranbrook
City    107
ROSSLAND CITY.
Rossland city 160       III     221
NELSON CITY.
Nelson City  3811        167
RBVBLSTOKH DIVISION
Rcvelstoko ..
Albert. Canyon   1 I
[llocillownot   4 i
Glacier	
Halcyon 	
Oalona Bay 	
Boaton 	
Oomaptox 	
Arrowhond 	
Alnswortli	
Kaslo, two polls
Whitewater 	
RiondcJ 	
st. Leon 	
Ptngston Creek ...
Total
..2'JI
.... i
.... 4
....14
  1
....in
...15
...11
.14
. 6
. 2
.. 2
YMIll DIVISION
Sandon..
New Denver...
Shiran 	
Sllvofltnn	
Three Porks
j\lcl lllll'illl-i
Itosoborry ...
Nnksiip	
Tot ii I
SLOGAN DIVISION.
.11
..26
. 6
. 3
.. I
.32
17"
Ymir	
Salmon	
irrlntvlllo 	
Wnnotn 	
Trail 	
I'*liel'rii.n  	
Kilrllllil-   	
Croston 	
Sinlnr 	
Itvkerts 	
Proctor 	
Kalrview 	
Silver  King  Mine.,
Snlini, 	
Uric 	
Ciisllenir 	
Wesl ley 	
China  Creek   	
Criinite 	
siiiemi Junction ...
Willow Point 	
Ilni'i'op 	
..15
.17
.. 4
...l'J
.ISO
... 4
.13
..72
..12
. 4
.24
..63
1
.17
.12
..12
11
•
40
13
71
13
10
3
ti
2411
24il
II.',
OOLUMRIA DIVISION
Heuver  T>
PnllBor   » ;
Field 	
Ciililell 	
lion lluneh ...
Wilmer 	
.38
..611
.. II
..27
III
.. 7
..in
.15
I'KliNIK DIVISION
ell
Coal Cn
I'Vinir  	
II., iiner
Michel
Crow's Nest
■liilTniv  	
I'lilin 	
Waldo  .
Oatoway 	
Mlcltol 	
McOlllvnry
Bparwriod
Cnrhoimda
Paynes' Lake
Total
.  .22
126
.25
.15
I
2
.23
38
2'JL'I) 19711        12611
Majority tor Goodeve    'ill
WIRES CONGRATULATIONS.
D. .1. Johnson,
Con. Assn., Crnnbrook, ll. C,
Cnn't tell the boys how much I owe
thom for their mngnttlcent     support
and glorious victory.
A. S. GOODEVE
Iw. A. Ilolllns.
Crnnbrook, H. c.
We nre the peoplo, British Columbia for ever. Hurrah for McBride uml
Goodove end Burrell. I-lcurty congratulations on your magnlllcent vic-
,tory. We should now Ret. better
i terms.
W. IBVINK.
Campaign Chnirman
W. \. Rollins,
t rnnbrook, B. C,
We celebrate tonight together our
glorious victory. Goodove in liiuuls
of pinression rei|iiests mo to thank
j you unit other good workers for Crnn
] brooks splendid showing. Whoop hor
IIP.
It.  S.  MCK11IBON.
W. A. Rollins,
See. Cons. Assn., Ornnbrook, B.C.
Extend    my    congratulations     t,,
, friends on tills great work at present
over seven hundred uheiul.   Itnrrnh.
I W. A. MAODONALD.
Daly For Cabinet
Winnipeg, Nov. 13 it is ninuiiuil
here thut either Hon. T. Muyno Duly,
j who was defeated by Hon. Clifford
i Sifton in Brandon or Hugh John
j Armstrong, member for Portage In
Prairio, will be takon into the pro
vincial cabinet to lill the vacancy
'caused by the death of Hon. .1. II.
Agnow, provincial treasurer,
GOODEVE'S    HOME
TOWN
An   Enthusiastic   Celebration Night
Rossland, Nov. 12—This eveiiin:
llosfllnnd indulged In an enthusiastic
celebration of the groat victory achieved by A. S. Goodeve. the conservative candidate.
Columbin, Avenue and Washington
street were thronged with Uossliunl
residents all shouting (or Mr. Goodeve. Twice during the evening he Waa
compelled to ninlte speeches. Thy
horses were taken from his enrringe
nnd hundreds of citizens drew the
enrringe through the public streets
beaded by the city band and followed
by an army of choorlng citizens. A
prominent feature wna a bag piper
and Ihe skirling of the pipes added tn
the prevailing excitement and enthusiasm.
Mr. Goodeve said he was very proud
of the mark ol confidence of the pen
pie of riosslaltd In giving him a nm
Jority of 35, Me hearlily thanled nil
the electors nf the Kootenny riding
for the mngnlflcmt support and the
majority ol 000 whicli they hal nc
corded him. lie had given Imi ono
plcdgo during the campaign and thai
was to do all he could to secure n
white Hnl ish Collltilliln and to wmi;
entirely at Ottawa ini it, All cIokh
es in the constituency and Ihrough
out the province would hear ul IiIh
untiring efforts.
The celebration <>[ tho victory re
minded those who participated in   it
or tile nne that took place in Lhl) ' iiy
when the news wa ; received nl the re
lie! of l.adysmith.
The Revised Returns
LAURTKR GOVKftNMRNT HAS  NOW
A  MAJORITY OK   tl
The Conservatives have mined -,[-■
additional Heal ia Ontario, thus re
ihtotnp the government majority hy
two, Hon eilllnid Hlflon will In all
probability Ioho his seal whieh will
make a further difference nl two, and
other I'lmii' i - may follow, but Hie u
vised standing is ns billows:
('nil     l.li.
Hrltlsh Columbln   r. :;
Alberta      * I
Saskatchewan               :' 7
Manitoba.   R 'i
Ontario t* ■'•*•*■
Quebec 13 fi2
New nrnnmvlclt :i in
Nova   Mfotlii li 11!
Prince  Kdward  Island        .    I :t
Totnl 81)        130
A MAJORITY nK ll
Martin   Burrell   has a
Majority of  7Tli
hi Yale Cariboo Mr. Burrell recciv
eil an enthusiastic support from ail
parts nf the riding. lb- has a major
ity in each of the seven provincial
constituencies ami the part nf uiioth
er which goes to make up the fuderal
riding. Ono of the surprises -n thin
election, was the faet that Greenwood
Mr. Itoss" home town, gave hifl op
poneut a mnjorily. Anothor feature
of this contest, was the large majority secured by Mr. Iliirrejl in Oknnu-
gn,n, nearly 400 with some places t.ol
heard from, of the seven local ton
Htlttiencies     in    Ynle-Uniiboo,   tl ice
Similkameen,       Okanagan    and   Kain
limps    are represented in the legisla
tint  bv Conservatives,  three,  Green
wood, LIUooet and Cariboo by Liber
als   and one. Grand  Forks by a. Sn
clallst.   The portion of the locnl constituency oi Yale in  Yale-Cariboo re- [
turned a majority (or Mi. Burrell   as
did thc     remainder of it. which is in i
the     Dominion   constituency of New
Westminster for .1. I>. Taylor tbe eon
servntive cnndldn-te in that riding   on
Oetobor 2ti.   nne of the grntttyliiK   re
suits of the election  in Yale-Cariboo
Is   that     it was won by Mr. Burrell.
with what was considered to be     a
much less    perfect, organisation than
that, of his opponent,   That it is the
voice of  the  people  theie  can,  there
lore be im doubt.   The Socialist can
didat.e in this constituency made     a
rather poor showing and loses bis deposit as   does   the party's candidate
in   Kooteuuy,
The- result by provincial constituencies was as follows:
Cariboo  168 IMt :i
Oillooct   91 II
Yale   |% I!,') M
Kftfnloops   ■199 In? 58
Sirualkameen  IM l:i| 3.1
Okanagan    llin        TM       I'M
Greenwood  20H        Hi:;        G-t
Grand  Forks  2,.i:i        2117       1 ir,
2T>\ I IMS Ii'i
Editorial Comments
The Independent Herald says; "The
Cold tnup eame too late to iiiterfen
wiih our banana crop." It was a
clear, bright and sunny day Thursday
very bright for Mr. A. S. Goodeve,
but exceptionally frigid tnr Smi Hi
Curtis
llltl Man Simpson says. "That no
Constrvatlve 1 ntertnlned the idea
that Smith Curtis would be defeated
in Cranbrook," lie must have been
muling the Independent  Herald,
Nelson News: "Let us make It a
thumping big majority for Mr. Good
eve."   We did !
There is a lessnti tn the Laiiriei
machine in the verdict of Yale Cariboo and Kootenay bye-elections,
Hands oil British Columbia, better
terms and oriental exclusion. These
aie ijucstions in'which the Lnurier
administration should consult, with
the Victoria government.
Some one should rise and explain
why Smith Curtis did not carry th?
Crnnbrook riding by 21m majority,
which was promised him.
Whal do you think of Yale-Cariboo
and Kootenny's vindication of "hot
ter tonus." Better terms ;n lhis pro
vince is not dead, hut Bill Temple
man, Smith Curtis and Duncan lion*
are 'lead politically
Crnnbrook is redeemed,
"it was a famous victory."
Frank Oliver would like to 1 now
how the Grits mndo Han tn fore the
election estimates
•^inilh Curt is can now rotui 11 to
Yale Catiboo and consul! with Hm
can Boss ns to how (hoy were defeat
eil.
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America's Loss Canada's Gain
Head  of H.C. Government predicts Cons.
Will Sweep Canada
Fresh trom two ileien.nl elections
iu Kootenay uiul Yale-Cariboo constituencies in British Columbia where
he has just linished a whirlwind cam
palgn, Premier Richard McBride oi
Victoria, accompanied by G. H, Barnard and his own private secretary,
1,. MeCrea, passed through Spokane
hist night nn his way to Victoria.
'iln- premier wna elated with the result ol the recent general elections
nnd wnh those In British Columbia,
especially concerning which he    snid
"The. deferred elections from which
1 have just come returned to the federal parliament two conservative
members in spin -if the tact that the
general election went to the liberals,
a thing almost unprecedented Tho
pluralities of the Liberals as shown
thus far by the election results indicate the waning power of premier
laurier. and undoubtedly he will go
out before a conservative victory live
years irom now.
MORE MONEY ANU ASIATIC BAH
ASKED.
"British Columbia lias been con
tending for two things greater appropriations from the provincial trea
sury than wo are now able to get and
Asiatic exclusion The present victory significantly shows the turning
sentiment in favor of pressing these
demands. Five years ago Laurier
got nil seven members Irom British
1 olumbla, while this election gave us
live, and one of the two was chosen
by a minority where tho Socialists
had the field and split the vote
"With me Is 0. If Barnard, the
only man in the entire Dominion t<>
defeat a minister nt the recent getter*
al election. He defeated William
Templeman, minister of inland reven
lies."
Mr Barnard, a native of British
Columbia, who is as democratic as a
Yankee, declared ho was proud d( his
birth as a westerner, and only feared
going tn (Mtawa because be would
have    to    wear  a  high  hat    ami  spike
tall coat on Sunday " tie entered
enthusiastically Into discussion of tile
political situation. nnd expressed
great satisfaction with the election
results.
"British Columbia, although tt re
ceived a fair apportionment ol the
ledelal tax, needs now far more than
ii is getting, because the country being shut otl by mountains and sparse
ly settled is unable tn build the necessary roads, bridges and other pub
He improvemements. We ore trying to
show the eastern provinces thnt   our
claims are reasonable and that the
great and growing west must not be
ciamped in its development."
f.oKtA  INTO HINDI' QUESTION
Both Premier McBrldo and Mr.
Barnard declared that the attitude of
the citizens iu opposing the entrance
of Hindus last summer was intirely
within the province's right, but that
their efforts were directed chiefly
against Hu- Japanese, who are even
now forming a formidable competitor
in the white labor market.
"Wo are lighting for a white Uritish
Columbia," concluded Premier Mc
Bride.
"It was dm- to Premier McBride
that a bill givinc, tn thc province i\,
 ."'">      tn   he distributed  nver      leu
years, and tn cat ml ail further ap
proprintlons, was defeated before tho
imperial parliament a year ago, at
which time In- went in London and
remnlnod until the mensure wns till
.d
Lend I tin phi unm > in their hriel -'av
in Ha- city, is ihe fact that Walter
Hrott, premier ol Saskatchewan, who
li.i- hem campaigning, vigorously foi
Laurier's support, was nlso a. guest
at the Spokane hotel last night   Tho
two premiers  t  in tho lobby   but
did  uot  discuss politics
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111   Clllllllluill:   fit V. THE   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBUOOK,   BC,   NOVEMBER   It.   1908,
Sask-
A. B. Grace,
1'l.lll.lSriKU   ami   iHHTiil;.
Steel
Range
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SATUUDAY, \iiV'..\ll'.i:i! ll. Iimi
BROILING MEAT & TOASTING  BREAD.
One way produces evenly broiled meat and
evenly toasted bread without taxing the
patience of the housewife. This way 13 represented by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:
'Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top
(Patented) in addition to regular
Broiler Door; and this team works
for the opurator instead of making
her u ork,
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
Tlie big black plug.
U-'TI'lt •I'lIK  KI.KCTION
Ottawa, iifi   31,   1908.
Wilfrid I-, ,111,'.-  back   n'ttli ono
83p*1
b3,
Tht "SasAj-a.'l 1"  Wuy
Another way produces
unevenly broil-.-d meat and
unevenly toasted bread
and taxes the patience of
the housewife. This way
is represented by modt
Ranges. The reason:
Some Ranges have only"
a Broiler Door, others have
a contrivance like that
illustrated   in   top  small Another Way
drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction
of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and
tiring the eye that directs the arm.
McClarys
London, Toronto. Montreal. Wlmilpel.vancouver. SUolin, Hamilton, Ciliary
PATMORE BROS. Local Agents
Tiit' Independent IlL'iiihl in ji rocent
issue,   while laboring   under n severe
strum   ,,i    "Curttrious"   excitoment,
I fell down nml worshipped the golden
I r;iIf.
Every yoar as tlie eity branches in
in  larger expenditures,  the responsi
bility   that   lulls  on  tbe   people   when
they    I'ome     to     make     their muni
nl choice of mnyor .unl council, grows j
heavier    It   is not  s,,  much n qiies ministor ilctoatcd mnl sovernl   others
tion ns to what mctliods aro the Inst returned with reduced majorities, The
Inu tin- .ill important question Is the government    majority   in   parllameul
1 stamp 01 men iii whom the people en Is aotnowhnt reduced, imt it Is    mill
I trust the control of their buslnoss; It I Inrgo.    Unfortunntoly  11  was Becurcd
i is nbovo nil things necessary that   It by    the uso ..I Influence thai  involve
tie placed in tin- bands ol men, not ot|largo  obligations  ul   tin-  governmenl
capacity  only,  iun ol undoubtful  m and  the country    Tins means   many
tegritj   11 tins is noi done, no mun   millions    musi     go 1 1 the public
li'ipnlltj  '-un .->. ■   mil prospei treasury lo puy iln- olection debts
UAlN    VNll   LOSS
VIOVK UN    Quite frequently   lately The government  still  bus Its   old
we have henrd complaints of boy. and Quehei  majority, and  has gained   iti
young men loitering or standing    on Sow     Brunswick  and  Prince  Kdward
the     streets   especially  Sunday  oven Island    Dut it  lose:- one third id the
lags    The     ladies mon- particularly representation  from    uiltd ^     -    -
feel enil .--,■,I at having to run the tin        probably mon- Ihan hull that
gauntlet     \   .,--.■!    ,i,  (eel nun    will ,,i   tbe    --"li'l   llrltl I          imbtn    iu»l
'"■ sutQclenl baa been    praettcu   \    nn   !'«l    trom
,1. HI'.!.' I-, I
'- hi      SI            ..jj              |        ',.,     .,.,, „'.    ,.i,., Ml       ,,:|i  n    ,. .,.„|.(.,|      ,y      |     .,,,,,11    ,„,
tion   ih icountei   wilh  Km.   Qrall ,.: ,\,    ,.•   u-  ■-,   ...-   nied,  nnd oul
'■'•'■ ""i  '■■■sul!  m Hu- destruction     ol     ;  ,!„. iell --.,■,:'„ ■ . In   I „u   nue
tlmt evil, iun  ii  Inllicted heavy  loss „upportei      lotl     llrothei lu   i«   II i
thi  enemy    ind thul ol Itseli ,,,„„ ,. , ,„„.    Crawford and Jaekson
■'■ sign    li. greut centres     ol t„,, .,,,,,,-     defenders ,-i   tbo tlinbci
thou  lit,   Hamilton,   si    John,   Mon -,.,.     ,     beaten    Usgai   Is eaptund
treal     r .   nto,     London,   Winnipeg, .,,„„  u,,. |unlor tlreenwny    uud Um
v.iin-....-.       Vietoiui   uud  New   iii .
nil'i'u.
city,    which    weul  1 tberul
sun
ART
PICTURES
AMD
PICTURE
FRAMING
BINNING
THE PHOTOGRAPHER
SUCCESSOR    TO
PREST PHOTO CO.
WE
SPECIALIZE
BRANCHES1
piioipnr
I    The Quality Store    I
FANCY   AND STAPLE CROC-ERIKS
Wo don'I cliilin i" I"' il I iin.il
imi wu Hlnnil up I'tir iho i"",i
li .Ml iim-   louiil-.  An- l; i i.-t i'n 111 1
h FRESH FRUITS AND
8   GREEN VEGETABLES ALWAYS
llinsl .j,-;,-   iii.iil,     ,,i„,    ,;l,,..   Imu.   i-,.,-,.:;li     ui-, n.lS'.
Usb ue ity  iuijI m.ij tuuisni tins yeai
' es   :   ti          ,-r-   -j -  overwhelm v,:      llorden      ilefented  In  Halifax
t  the wesl    .,.: tiou, I years ago   comi ■• hack with tits
fetteri                   ruling In tion   thej ,,.,'.,,   ,,,   nnd n majority oi U00   rt,,-
tests  ngainsl   th, opposition lendei   Is able !,• report   u
'   ■- ■                                         :  weak iiecreuse     ol  Mi    Fielding's majority
euin       tl Sifton   ju   i-      -,::      .... ....    .. il,.,i  ,,i Su-l-'n-.l
".-  minis Borden    from  Lib".'  t" be less thnn
ters             .                          menl      .1 ,,,..    „:j;.,   I'umberlnnd,  Cape Breton,
1 '■-■■   ■"   '                          -    -     ■■    - , ;::,i  and C'olcbestei   nro now m the
I   tim • ■-.    berths     1: ivnservative column,   s,,   lhe dnfonl
-                ■' litnej me i tjeerful features.
that the ,l(..| vitii   \ii iiiSstloN
Pt Ion toi     i this province ai m   ,.".',,.'.' „1Traier mnl bis'suppoit
'■    :'                            '■"-  '■'■■--■   '• ers profess to believe that the churg-
■   • "   ■   ■■'      ':'-' "■    '•■ :"-   !' .. ol   -miii have hem answered, lliere
minion     nrean     the process througl .    ,neasy consciousness that   the
"tarii     passed  bei .    reliel .. „tr,   ifi not  sutisneil    To appease
carae       *     :!i     operation   The   rul lhis     jistrust  thr  ohiof  government
.IU   :-.-:.    ..r.- li st thi   goodwill of the     il.t,.,„ t...11_ f0r „   L,,,„, ,-„|   hoiISO Clean-
irtlng to urn-   ln(,    ,,  s„ys tluit   "degenerates"    in
in., i ,,. must go; tlmt officials nml
guilty of wrong doing must
longer   protected;  thul     tho
;i- evils must cense; thill    the
■i- uli.l   111,-  Semite lllllst 1
'In-   ho
agents
'MK  NKW KAi ES
There will be many new faces m tin- public service nml the senate must in-
•\i parliament, u"n I the opposition reformed. This belated domnnd, com-
nder Hon.     It   1.   Borden will hnve   ing nfter the electors were nsked    to
li
the support ol th, following memberi
ONTARIO ilil,
.1.  .1   Donnelly, Houth Bruce.
C.  .1   Thornton, Durham.
T.   W.  I'r,,!hers.  West  Elgin.
In-   .1   Vi. Edwnrds, Frontennc.
W. S. Mlddleboro, North Qrey.
Mnyor  Stewart,   West  Hamilton.
W. Thoburn, North Lannrk.
t'npt. s. Shnrpe, North Ontario.
Jnmes Arthurs, Parry Souiul.
.1. A. Senmitli, Kust I'oterborough.
Major i'iiiiii'. North Blmcoo.
Joseph   liussell,   Ensl   Tor,,nto.
dipt. T.  'Viillnce, Centre York.
tJUEBEC t."n
I'.  E   Hli.iulin. ( hnmplnln.
Ex Judge    lioheity.    Montreal, ist
Anne's, i
W. Price, Quebec West.
Dr. Sourtia, Boulnnges,
11.  Niinlel, Terrebonne.
NtlVA  SCOTIA  III
•I. W. Mnililin. Cnpe Breton South.
E. N. Rhodes, ('iimberlunil.
('. I-'. Jutnieson, Digby.
Mnyor Crosby, Halifax.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 111
A. I.   1'iuser, King's.
MANITOBA i-l,
(lien Cntnpbcll, Dauphin,
II.   II. Slliiipe,  l.isKlir.
A. Melghcn, Portage In Pralrlu,
Alex. Haggart, Winnipeg.
AI.BERTA Hi
Cl, A. Mngralli, Medicine Hul.
BRITISH COLUMBIA Illi
.1   Ii   Taylor, New Westminster,
f:   H. Cownn, Vnncouver,
'I. II   liiiiiieiil. Victoria.
.mineiiil or condone everytbiuj
.in admission of lhe evils thnt huve
been charged. But reform from the
govcramoat side is not easy. Unfortunntoly ihe "degenerates," have boon
managing the elections, tin dishonest
ollieiiils are the ones who have been
most busy in the campaign, the bene-
llclnrlcs ol the patronage syntctn hnve
supplied the campaign fund, nml nil
ihe sonntorships likely to become vn-
i-iiiit in lhis parliamentary term ure
already promised ns a reward for party service. The same may be suid Of
nil the valuable prospective positions
in the- public .service.
Jill BURDEN'S PLATFORM.
.Mr. Biadcn's platform bus been
more successful than his party. Before the election the government stole
the civil service plunk, the utilities
plank, nml the election reform plank,
but used them only sparingly uiul
partlully. During the campaign the
tree iiiral mail delivery program
was appropriated, though the ministers    il unei'il the seht'inc ns thirty
years too early,  they  took  It. before
thirty weeks.
TROUBLE IN STORE.
The great problem  which the goverment bus to face is Hnnnclal, Current     expenditure     incronscs     every
month over tlmt. of Inst year. Iteveti
ue di'ii-eiises about a million u month.
Tbe debt now grows between     throe
million und four million onctl month,
mul      will  increase   this   year  by  ut
least $•10,000,001),  whieh Is nlioiil   the
amount nf the total  inerense in pre-
Prnnk    Oliver, Ottawa, uiul  Smith ! vlous  twenty yenrs  under  both gov-
t'lirtis ,,f liossliind were registered al   nrnnieiits.
ihe Crnnbrook Saturday lust. Cnn ! Tl"' people of Cnnndn will pny II,-
this be the Frank Oliver wim runs the 2f>0,000 more Interest next year thiin
"rut" print shop where the Edmon Ihey uie pnylllg this year. There
ton Bulletin Is printed, uml ibe snine, ! will be a larger lucrenso the year
sume Swift     Curtis Hint resides     In  aftor, nml tbe your niter that.
Yule Cariboo.
CAMPBELL & M AMINO
INl'llKASKH   TAXATION'
Jn the Injat issut' uf th.- Indcpomtenl ' lt monufl IncrenHcd tnxntlon ror Hip
Horoltl ili«- editor nr.iluiinii-vly insult- alleged surplus Iwih noiw iilrcmly. Innl every elector in the Kootenny iiii crensed tnxntlon, when tin* price, ol
Ing with in "Appcnl to Roasou." lUJnll Mini nf kooiIb wmi i-llmhinu. nml
pretenci
John    LEASK
The most fashionable nml
UP-TO-DATH   TAILOW,
Cranbrook b
;.i
i
i
i "Honestly nsktag evory {when Imports were Increasing could
oiei i,, vote for u i-jindiiiiiie who be obtnlnod without minim; the per
will beu member of the government" contngo. But undor present condl-
wui i, bribe, iis plea of nskiae, the j lions, new luxes inusl be Imposed or
voters 'o "bow down uiul worship a tin- rate mined. This is lhe work
golden euii" i. e. secure n fodernl
building i"! Crnnbrook by voting for
Snntli Curtis wns the lowest kind of
pi i'j  j:  thievery, ami coming us n
loi    'i   ihe  vvebsi ei uui oxpoundei
ol     the   lii,li'|„'luli'i,i     Herald, was i
iisuli     io iiu- Intelligence    ,,
every  hone i  votoi In this riding,
Ihul   Laurier bus uot  leave to lllllsb.
HOMIli NEW lllll.KIA'I'IO.NS.
,-ii   lln
.J
I3b r   K
Among tin' now pleilBoa glvon Is ono
of the ministor nf public works,     tn
drodgo out ii new Imrhor nt Courtney
Uny, Hi. John, N. Ii.   Mr, Pngsloy'fl
ofltimntn is 10,000,1100 ynrds ordrotlg-
Ing,   llr culled for tendon* whon tin'
olection writs woro lusuod, nml nbout
uomlnntlon Duy nnnouncod  thnt   tho
contrnol hod boon nwnrdod by tbo do*
pnrtmoiil  subjeel   in cabinet s in till-
i,, ratlfj   in   iirroomonl   cn^°"i *t*- -l** cents pot* yard, or $!!,-
Ity nl Fernie nnd     tii- N("1,,IIIU for ''u' wor'l< though not ono
v Tolopbonu Co..     mi^i<lnl,u'' lmH ' " "Pl'toprintcil l.y pnr
Hollo for Hosmer.
^JrJ  Ay\ **w*. tyft 4*\*\ t**\, t*^\  j^11*   AAjy   4*^   AftX   it*j\  ,4***,   J*st\       Aft*.   Aft\   A*f\   "^   **\   ^X   A*f\   AftX   Wnpt   AftX   tfty   .t^fft,
i Tlie rubber dollar store I
9 (', W    V \- \\ i il; .III!   I'll r  9
9     flAN'SON AVRNITI*! i'B'A N lll.'i«>k   U.l 9
9 9
9 We llu\  rivei'Vthinu 9
9  ■ ;  *
9     IIOUHKH, S'I'DVRH,  new  nml   „-,- I   In,ml   l-'l |;.\|       ft
jf    TITRR    CROCKKRV   uml   WRAIJIN'tI     \IT \l:KI,     9
9 9
ft- WE SELL wlml wclinvc Iii simili nl  iirii'i-s iluu     ft
•jf     will surprlfio ynn      \ visil i" llin Dnlliir .im.- will nm       ft
jt      vini-o  you   liml   uo   linvn  tin- omuls, nml i'ii,i sn',,' ynn      ift
;£.    iil'iv por coul mi nny ttmnl . piirHiiisoil ft
? Wc Hm and Sell lor Casli ?,
9 S
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*X*ji*.m **t*f » ft ft ft ft -m T* * *W In ft ■*■ ft. ft ft. ft ft ▼
lh,
ed     Tin
Bpokai
In-lli, On,
Alhertii    -. I
b,   '    ll-llli    l||
rrlve.l  iiii
I",III'
II II,
-iluv bv ib,- rntopny
led by n vole of I l',,
lllll to III III ji tlilnl
ill   luillot     were spoil
iii.-iiii iluu llnsmer
i,iif n telephone sys
iii.-iimni' connections
lll'l ween  NoIboi ,1
wesl   ami   ull   ol   M
"iin.'i'iiiiii   wilh   th
Ilo,I
lililtll'Ul.
The contractor for ibis ?;!,win,Into
Job is .lolin I'). Moore und his friends
of ibe Mnritinio liredfrlng Compnny.
This sniue Mr. .Moore hnu already
several dredging enntrncts, When the
election wns nppionchltig be Joinoil
Mi. flcorgo McAvity (who liml tho III
per      eent,   rnlie  oil   froi iitriielor
,, [.Vliiye:,, iitiiniintlng lo J;lr,,!l35,) In the
'   .-  ,    ,        iiiii-ehii.ie oi ihe iii    John Telegraph
mul  Tl s iiiiwspnpers,  n,l, tlml  lime
Coll el vulive.    The. e  papel'll  well1
ollee      Inilisll'lliil   I,,   lhe   i.ovcrillili'lll
MacllinOrV  is  HerO. nlilo, limn nlmlllni t from tl lee
I  iii the llei,I iiii political illinium
lum exeepl      .'ini-li  u    ihe  I'oveinlni'lil
press chose lo ull,ml
     IH"V *!"■ holler     T|„, N',,w itriniHwIrl   pnnnlBt's    nlso
'" ,'"', "'" .}. ,' "';  lu'lii.l"       in  ni,,,,  i,y  govern
,','',  ","'""'      '    '"""i "f ibe linen„ ni brnnchoB, n
'"'I,    "  "" 'I  "   Ih" '"'■ "'ul    mni,,,,',   uino ivhm-veu on one   in
will be taken across lhe inir on     ,,   ,„,„, ,„,,     „ ,lrill   ,,,„, „,   H,    M
mil     lo il,,- property which llm Iin    |,|,,,.„ „,  „|| available   nlu     ab,,,,'
'b'' ,I|,|'   Ilny   ,,|       li'uuil
nedlli
l.oili'l'     ii.  I,
motive typ
of live drill
no lime  Ii
ii
extension of II
(own
"' ""' '"''" IO.T.I',  lo HI.  .lohn, uml iln eonipli
i|u"snil    ls|i,,|, j,,   |WU  yenrs.    Nova   Hcotla   hn
I    lhe   e
parity    Thole will    bo Jttie"|irrimlm>' nVn' linnbio TlnTfor" i'ii'e
', '-■■""■'■ lb" inni-liinei-y   inlen-oloiil, ml    llu-    (lnbi'(|lllil
nstnllo        nnd    Ihe Btnrtlng ol  lhe  mount„|lu,,     will,  „„„„„,.,-, ihe,-
"ttM ",l",,■|   ,  *i*r?<* ITomlBOB public wnrltn    The ntlnwa and (lunr
lo I n lhe shipping lisl  very short
ly,—Moyio Loader.
Zlot too early to
u\\ Imas (Sifts
and have them laid aside for you.
From  now until our new stock
conies in we are allowing from
10 to 20 per cent, off all goods
now in the store.
Our  Postal  Cards  for Foreign
Mail   are  now open.
Cranbrook Dvm &Book
^L
Company,    Limited.
tjf^k $^^\
Painter and
-^7~T:7~\ ,' i.i'Dy
MM*
Decorator,
■ ARMSTRONG AVE.
We place our paint
on top.   WHY ?
Because il   hits  lhe  purest  white   lead   fnr  its bnse and  when
mixed  wiih   perfectly ground  colors in nil   produces ti paint,
which, whon  iipplletl by OUR  PAINTERS who know how to
apply ii, we nre prepared to guarantee.
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Ham and Bacon
Dur smoked meats are always fresh stock. We
are sine that if you try them once you will agree
with us that lhoy are the bost flavored and most
wholesome smoked  meats you have ever eaten,
P.Woods & Co.
PHONE 57 P.O. BOX 154
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I     1 CRANBROOK
I     # HOTEL «
Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection £
Nearest to railroad depot.    Has aocotnuio-
lllll ions    Inr    the    public    lllie(|iliilli>il    in
Cranbrook,
. HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    L
mhit and Cold Baths Proprietors^
Gto. R. LtflSK & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'llliM:  HI I'.O. IK1X Klin
Plans, Spccificntions
find Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
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|   Professional   |
HARVEY,   McCARTER,
and   MACDONALD,
Barristers aud Solicitors,
CRANBROOK,  B.C.
W. F. GURD,
Barrister,  Solicitor, etc.,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
C. H. DUNBAR,
Barister,  Solicitor, and
Notary I'ublic,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
G. H. THOMPSON,
Barrister, Solictor, and
Notary I'ublic
Olttoe-Rald Hull-ling*,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
McVITTLE & PARKER
P,LS. & CE.
CRANBUOOK, B.C.
J. T.  LAIDLAW,
Mining Engineer and
B.C. Land  Surveyor,
CRANBROOK, B.C.
I'.O. Box 230. i'liune 223.
I; Dr. E. W. Connolly I
Physician anu Surgeon
Oftlue; Armotrong Ave.
IIOUHS:
u in 11 H.in.   -t in 4 p.m.   7 to fl p.m.
Phone Offlee HIS.   Iteniilcnce 1011 ♦
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RANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREA8LES
Meet every Fridny at S p.m
Visiting  Brothers Cordlnllj   Invited
Chas. Smith, W. President
M. D. Hilunos, Secy.
Aorle Phvsliilnii, P, O. Hox 28.
t!MM,miHiWimtM«WM,WM4,i
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.  126.  B. A. M.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday in eueli mouth at eight
o'cloek.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially Invited.
11. L. ROTHWELL, Scribe E.
1       Box 4       CHANBROOK, II. C
**X*mmtv>i*m
ANCIENT ORDER?FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MKKTS   1ST   AND   Slin   THURSDAYS
IN CURLING RINK
Visiting   brethern   cordially   Invited
P. McKENN A, Chief Ranger
J. SIMMS, Secretary
J. W. RUTLEDGE.
M.M.V.,   V.S.,
(iraduatu     of     Ontario    Voteriuery
C'ollogo, Toronto, in 1898.
Ql'llduato and Medalist ol McKIUlpVot-
erlnary College, Chicago, 111., in 1V00
Koglstorod      iiii'inbur     of      British
Culumbla   AsHoeiatlou.
»LL CU.I, KIQMT 4 PAY HOMPTLY UTTtHQID TO
OFFICE  AT   MCKINSTRV'S   LIVERY BARN.
CRANBUOOK, B.C.
W.   R.   BEATTY
Uudortttkor,
KiiihiilintT,
Funoral Dlrootor,
ORANBROOK, U.C.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Boilors aud Furnace Work a
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.G.
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W. Cline ii
"I (hi) old  MuiJiLiiliii   llniliiii
Sliii|>cuii now bo found hi Ibu
MANITOBA HOTEL
Ural I'Iiihh Work In
all   brnnclieii of  thu
:: Tonsorial   Art'> THE   PROSPECTOR,   CRANBUOOK,   ll.C,   NOVEMBER   11.    1908,
SMALL DBUT'8 COURT.
Electoral Hist net    ui CiiinLiuolt.
NOTIOB la hereby given that fslt-
tlneji ot tbe above Court will lie hold
ut tuo CuveiiJi-j nt Building, Ci.m-
liruo':, lor thi dlaposat ol cnacn
every Wodooaday, ,-it two o'cloQk p-.
in.; at Moylu evory Sumi-tlny al thu
sumo hour; and al Maryavlllo, Fort
Htfieic uiul Wardner uu sucli dnya
uud dates uu may lie appointed in
the proceedings.
All debts ami demands imt t^tcced-
ing tlie siiin nl $1011 i-iui lie oiled i"
und recovorod in tin- abovo u, „■
tioued Court on Summons and
Judgement, Qarniehoo (either bcturo
or alter Judgemout) ur on liismi-
uient Order wliicb cun lie enforced liy
commitment 11 uucessury.
Instructions for proceedings can tm
handed ln   to   the     undermentioned
Clerks of the Court., viz;—
P. H. Morris, Deputy Sheriff,   Crnnbrook.
I', o. Houth,   provincial   Constable,
Moyie,     or to
Joseph WiiIbIi.  Provincial Constable,
fort Steole.
HY ORDKI*
Joseph Ityan
Magistrate.
Dated 22n.l day ol June,  1908.
NOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that an application win be made to the Legislative Assembly of the province of British Columbia ul its nexl session total! act to incorporate a company,
with power to build, construct,
maintain und operate u line of railway of standard guage to be operated by steiuu, electricity or any othor
power, lor the carrying of freight,
passengers and express; —Commonelng
ut a point on the Eastern llritlsli
Columblu Hallway ut or unit' the
town ot Corbin; thonee In u southern
direction following tbo east fork ol
thc south loik of Michel I'reeli to the
summit between thut i'reeli nml u
tributary to the Flathead river;
tlionco In n southerly direction down
said tributary to the Flathond river;
tlience southerly nlong said 1'lnthciid
river, or by the inont convenient
route, to a point on the International bouudury between the province of
British Columbln unil the United
Stntos nf America, n diRtnnco of
forty miles, moro or less, with power
to construct and operate telegraph
and telephone lines for the purpose ol
Its husiness und for the public, with
power to own, use und opcrnte water
powers convenient to tlie rond for
railway and other purposes, nud with
such other powers and privileges
which are usually given to Railway
Compnnies.
Dated at Crnnbrook,  November 7th,
1908.
HARVEY,  Me.C&RTfUR  ,*   MACDON-
ALD,      Solicitors     for the Applicants.
NOTICE.
Tnko notice that 1, Andrew 11
Grace, ol' Cranbroolt, occupntlon
Journalist, intend to apply t.,, tl'.-
Chlof Commissioner ol Lands in'
Works for permiPRton i" pnrclinso Ihe
followlni; doscrlhed,lands in i-'.-.f-i
Kooteuuy: Communciug ut a |i",:t
planted ut the Bouth caul corner of
block i"", thenco west So chnins,
thenco south 80 chains, tlience east
Su chnins, then o noitli 80 i hnins in
place of beginning, conlninin G-tO
acres more nt loss
AN'ni'O'V It   it*..' I'
Dated Oct. 20, lOflS.
NOTICE.
Talio notice that I. Lizzie Grace of
Craubrook, occupation married woman, intend to apply to tin- Chlot
Commissioner of Lands aud Works
for permission tn purchaso tlio following described lands in East Kootenay; Commencing at a l">st plunted
at the south enst eorner of A. II.
Grace's purchase, theuce west 80
chains to the CM'.It. light of way.
thence following said tight of way In
un easterly direction to the south
boundary of lot 125, thenee nortli hi
chains more or less to the plnee of
beginning, containing 100 acres more
or loss.
LIZ-SIR GRACE.
A. 11. Grace, Ageut.
Dated Oct. Mth, 1908.
NOTIOB.
Take notice Un! I inteuil to apply
to the Superintendent ul Provincial
I'ulii.,- after thirty Uuvs from the
publication ol tliis notlco, lor a renewal of my licenco'to sell intoxicating lU'iiors by retail on tho premlsos
unown us tie-     Windsor lintel,   Fort
Steele.
II.  s.   MATHBR.
Fort Slnl". mi, 30, 1908,
OHAN1 IT    ■ • I   ■■ •') DISTRICT
Districl r,l ... -i I'ouletniy.
1    TAtil" NOW '.   hat I, Clctnout 11.
I'oiieii    ni iiiorouk,     occupation
ageut, Intends to apply lor pollute-
,i,,u io    purchase tho following doa-
. i-mul lumls:   (I'M ncliii: ul n post
lilniited at the B. W. corner J. Minns
l'le i'liiplion. imu :l(l ehuins to lhe
boundary af l"t C033, tlionco 30
eb.ous south Lo the boundary nl lot
2tiis, thonco :lu chains west, thence 3d
eliuiiis nuilli I" the point ol
commencement, containing inu acres
more nr less.
CLEMENT II. POLLBN
Duted, Oetobor 30th, 1908, 41
CRANRROOK LAND DISTRICT
District of East Kootonay.
TAKE NOTIOB lhat 1, Francis II.
Pollen oi London, Eug., occupation a
ine miner, Intend to apply tor porinlB-
sion to purcliaso the following lleserilieil binds: Commencing nl a post
planted ut the N E. col nil post ot
lot 3-12, 411 chains north lollowing the
boundary "t i"i 111 and 338, thiaeo
•in eluilus west, theuce 40 chuius
smith, tlienee 40 chnins onpt, to the
point of commencement, containing
inu acres moro or less.
CLEMENT II.  POLLBN, Agent.
Dated, October Jutli, pjiih. 15
CIIANIIHOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Enst Kootenny.
TAKE NOTICE that I, ,1ns. Itynn
ot Crnnbrook, occupation Journalist,
inienils to npply tor permission to
purchase    tho   following      describod
lunds: Commencini: nt u pnst
planted at lho s. W. corner of lot
21118, south 30 ehulns to lot C033,
thence enst 3U eliains, thence north
30 chains, thenee west 30 iTiuinii,
to the point, of commoncoment, contnining luu acres more ur less.
CI.EMKNT II.   POLLEN,
Agont.
Dated, October 30th, 1908, 45
EXTRA   PROVINCIAL
COMPANIES
CERTIFICATE   OF     THE    REGIS
THATKiN   OF AN EXTRA PROVINCIAL   COMPANY,
ORANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
Dlstrlot ol limit Kootenay.
Tuke nollce thnt, Hugh Stewart of
Crnnbrook, occupntlon merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchase the lollowing described luuilii:
Commencing at u post plnnted on
the Kootenny liver approximately on
tho south boundary of lot nti, 20
elmlns west to the boundary ol lot
312, thonco lu chnins south following
the east boundary ol lot 342 to the
Kootenny Hiver, thenee 40 i'liuins following tho Kooteuay rlvor tn tho
poinl of commencement, containing
0" ueres inure or less.
CLEMENT 11. POLLBN, Agent
Dated, October 30th, 1908. 46
ORANDHOOK LAND DISTRICT
Districl  ot  East Kootonay.
TAKE NOTICE that  TUotnaa     3.
Agar, ,.'! Slmcoe, Ontario, occupation
solicitor,     intends to npply lor permission    to    purchaso tho following
land, being four IslnndB tn the Knot
t-nay    rivi i     lyiug opposite lot llll,
group 1,  descriheil ua follows: i'oiii
i nionclng in     n  posl planted ou the
j west sldu nf tho northerly Island   In
! the group nml on the south line     of
I lot :us, group i, Kootenny district;
theme     down   stroma following the
westerly    side    nt     the island to the
southerly     end   thereof;     thenco up
stream on the easterly side   of   the
Islund to the smith Hue of lot   328 ;
, thenco   west   to   pluee of beginning ;
also the three smullcr lslnads    suulli
of the abovo     Islund, nil contnining
I about kli acres.
THOMAS  .1.   AGAR.
Unted October illltll. 1908.
The dolny lor commonelng the publication uf the above notice is ex
tended tn tlm Kith dny of November,
of      Mi.
August
ul      uf
I Ill-it
I ■»"
* 111
CRANHROOK   LAND   DISTRICT.
DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY.
TAKE NOTICE that Ervin It.
Btroeter of Bllimouth, British t, 1
umbln, occupntlon Hunehcr, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase
tho following descriheil Innds:
Commencing at a post planted at
tho northerly end of nn lnluliil iu tlio
Kootenny Itlvor opposite ic H.
Strcetels land, tlienee down stimuli
along the eiisterly side nl Bald Islnntl
about twenty live elmlns to tho southerly end thermit, tlienee un iitrcum
along the westerly side nl Bald lolnud
to plucc of beginning, holng ihe whole
of snld Islund and containing 2u
acres inure or Iosb.
EHV1N   It.   MTUI'ETEI!
Dated Oct, Hth. 1008. 14
.1. E   ARMSTRONG,
Atist, Comm'!'.
nl n> .ii
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irlulier '."-',   \   I' .   I"
Mil I
TAKE   MUll'i:   I hn
„   ll„>   Hi Illili'llili'lll
I'll   JOI'T   Hurl,    ,l,i>i
Icntli >"-> ""ii
l.v Iii, llei! Iii sell Inu
"iml     ,        I""
i„< Wnsu  II I   Winn
', in
\   li . r.i
SII.H    II IMUiS'
llg  ll,|IIOI'«
r.
I.i II.l\
WAS A FEARFUL WRECK.
MOTOR DRIVER HURLED DOWN
FORTY FEET,
I'A KB MH H'1
i.i Uie H rlulil
no llcuiie
retail '"
ii,,. Falls
ml
• i. I >
I nf I'luvllirllll I'-'l
iron, lln- Ill'HI |„ili
leu lor ,i riilii'Wnl „i
nxlcalmi.'. Il,|ii„is hy
ouilses loiowii ns
I. Miirynvllln,
oil vs. i-:. riM.'ii.
ul   l'l
I I'ul-
I   |.uli-
iciil  nl
sell lnln.vli'atilig llqilolH   hy
iri'lul'«',l      l.nuwii      n-i
,ii  WyelHTa, ll. ■'.
WM   'll.   llllllll iml'.
Mil   I
Michel, Nov. 0—A fearful wreck   oc- i                        Nl)l|. ,;
curicl Saturday afternoon about   3 :    i'akk mitici
o'clock  oil No.  8  mine tracks Of   the ' In  llin  Kiipeiiilti'
big    coal tipple, resulting In Ohnt'lofl | J;,1.',,;;;,,','
Ootltlous, a young Hungarian motor I ,„v n,,.,„-,. ,,, H,.,j miiii-mi-uuuk i,,|,,„,s ,,.
driver, now lying In the hospital In n | iciiill    un    [lie     imunj™    known    o
prncnrlons   condiilui,      Charley   was "" «'"'"" "<""'. \\\i ' 11   'iii'\ni nin
standing wilh his motor on the main j ,,, , ;.:.   i. n
ttncl   ivlii'u iiiicxpecledly i'e- lui; mo
tor nml u long sl  ,i || ..I i'- .ilin   '■■ - [
cam   eame crashing down  thu trite, ;     MK|. V)|., ,'
from the mine, linvlnt' lufii signalled ,,, n„. j,,,],,.,.,,,, ,„
a   clear    track   ty un 'take    neon ■ ,,■ „,"-i   di
Gregory, brukomnn on Hi- small nu ;'IV'.Vj'-in-'- i "'' -
tor iiltnpod ns lio biiw llin iiiiavnldnl.lo j'„i„j| ' „„    ,
suui-l'iii'    CoutloiiB was imt   able i" n„. ,,.„,,.   n„i„i
elcni- lie   " '' l"'; 'i'- II   wn i   -'in'-' ...   ,   n
by     ih,'     , n ni Iiiir  li .in   nn :  wn
liiuli.1    nver lh. nidi nt O"  tipple I
the  C. I\ I:     ini'-l-...   I" i"i  i"!' "■■
whi'i-'i    lie   wun found ui few tnlntll   ■ i vki-; s'o'in
later,  pinned ttntlorncath llm motor in in.   Hl;i""'"i"»
Ho wns takon    to the hospital whore .-; ,"";'',,;;" ,,"   .
hlu   right fnnt hud In i,e mni'uln!.id, ' ,„.  ,|   ,.,  ,..	
He iiiilteu'd In adilitiiiii a broken mi-e j n.   nil IniuMi'iiiiii
und arm ami    many I.raises nil over j j'» l'J'1"1!™p""'™
tho body.   Nn    hopes nre belli'.; hold |
out for hi:: recovery. October 22. a. il.,
"I   pub-
ll'lljll   ,,(
1:1,u
IIIOII    ULI.I.
1 hereby certify thnt the "Corbin
Coal mid Coke Company, Limliod,"
lias this day been registered ns n,n
Extra-I'rovlncinl Compuny undor the
"Commissioners Acl, 1897," t" carry
out or affect ull or nni m llu- ob
jiijis of the Company to which the
legislative authority ol the Lugisln
tare of British Columbia extends, es
i-ipt the construction uiul working "f
railways.
The head ollice of the Company is
situute ut Spokane, in the County ol
Spokane, State of Washington.
The amount ot the capital of the
Coinpuny is on" million dollars, div
ided Intu ten thousand slums nl one
hundred dollars ouch, 11!
The head office ol the Compuny In
this Province is situute m Crnnbrook
and Jas. A. Harvey, linn isli r ul Inw
whose address is Cranbrook afore
said, ts tlm attorney tor th Com
puny, not ompowerod i" Issue nmi
trnnsfer stock.
The tlmo of ihu existence
Company lu tlfn yonra troi
12th, 1908,
'i'he Company Is Limited
(liven under my hand uml
ollice. at Victoria. Province
lsh Columbia, tins 12th day ol mi"
bee,   one  thousand nine  hundred uml
eight.
il.. S.I S, Y. WoOTToN,
Registrar ol Joint Slock Companies'
The objects foi  which Oils curporu
1 mn Is formed un:
(al Tn curry on In the Provln 0 ni'
llrilish Columblu, uud throughout tlie
Dominion of Canada, or in any other
putt of the World, lhe bllsill'SS ol
coal mining lu all Its branches ; to
purchuse, lease or otherwise u,C(|Ulru
coal mines, coal lauds, coal propel''
ties, mineral und tinning rights, uiul
io develop, mine uud operate sucli
mines nnd properties; In buy uud sell
eual, launufai'turu and sell coke and
other by-products; to locate ol' nth
crwiso nccjUlro metalliferous in lies,
und tu work and oporate the sumo :
to own and operate concentrators,
smelters and other appliances loi llu
reduction and smelting ol oics. Mil
lo deul generally in minerals nml
mineral products.
lb) To acquire by purchase of otherwise, nnd In sell nnd lonuo ml mul
gas properties; tn construct mni
miiitttaln pipe lines, nud to drill oil
nnd gas wells, and develop, operate,
louse or sell the sntue; to furnish, sell
and supply both natural and nrtlilcial
gas; to sell nil and engage in llie business nf relinlng the same; uiul generally to furnish, sell, supply mul dis
puse of the product of snid w.Tls mul
properties; to buy or otllolll'lso inquire wuter rights, water powers 01
wuter privileges, construct pipe lines
and maius and establish water-works
with all necessary equipment, und tu
use, furnish, sell nnd supply water ;
to construct uml establish 11 pluat or
plants, with nil necessnry equipment,
tor the production of electricity liy
water-power ur uny othor power, for
heat, light or power, nml to use, fur
I nish, sell nud supply On- rotine; Io
1 own, construct and operate street
I railways hy electricity or other mo-
j tlve power, aud to hold uny ami nil
i rights, privileges and franchises imi
dent or necessnry thereto.
(ij) To curry 011 the buslnoss ol
lumbering iu all its branches; to buy,
sell, prepare for murket, mnnlpttlato,
import, export und deal in Limher,
lumber, railroad ties, piling, pulp
wood, telegraph ami telephone polus,
I fence posts alnl wood of ull liimls; to
; manufacture and deul in articles of
all kinds in the manufacture of whieh
wood is used or forms u component
part, uinl to purchase, sell mul deal in
real estate, timber, llmbor lunds and
tliulwr berths.
uli To carry on the business of
general contractors; to own und up
urate wlinlesale and rotnll stnrcs, to
purchase und vend general raeiehan
dlsn of nil kinds; to build, uciiillt'o,
possess and oporate fnctorles, grist
mills, flour mills, elevators, machine
shops, blacksmith j-.hops and ituicliln
ery ol all klndii, and to purchuse, sell
and deul ln machinery, grain, flour
mul hrendsl nils.
tel To do ull kinds ol mining,
manufacturing and trading business ;
transporting goods und mot'cliutldiso
by land or water in any manner ; 1"
buy, sell, lease ami improve lmuis. to
acquire, use. sell ami grant licences
under patent rights; tn purchase nr
otherwise acquire, hold, sell, nsuinn
and transfer shares of capital stock
and bonds or other evidences nf Indebtedness ol corporations, and to ox
cruise nil the privileges of ownership,
Including voting upon the stocks sn
held; nnd generally tn carry nn uny
other business which muy seem lo
this company capable of lining eon
vontontiy carried on In connection
with uny nf the abovo, nl' calculated
directly nr Indirectly, to oiihunce Ihu
value of this company's property or
lights for the  time  being.
if) To construct, improve, main
tain, alter, worli, oporato, mnntigo,
carry out or control nny innds, wuyu,
water powers, reservoirs, dams, tiquo-
ducts, canals, sluices, Humes, train
ways, surface or aerial logging railways, operated b.i stiuin, electricity
or other mechanical power, telegraph
,iml telephone lines, oleetrlc supply
lines, brldgos, wharvos, booms, llm
Iiei' slides, booming ground 1, inanu
iiliictiirles, warehouses, hydraulic
works, oleetrlc works, bouses, shops,
stores, buildings und other worka und
conveniences whieh muy seem en'cu
luted, directly or Indirectly, I" ml
vanco this company's Intorosts.
(g)   Tn    purchaso nml i' Ivo from
lhe subscribers to lhe capital stock
of the corporation, or from the stuck
bidders thereof, mines, mining ilaims
ennl Innds m- other properties, real
jiml personal, nscltil or uf value in
the Company; nn.l in receive the
mime in payment of I lull BllbSCI'lp
lions to the capital slot!   of the cor
lioratiou, or to the amount 'Im	
iheir stuck, tn uiieh amounts us   the
i board ol directors muy tlilnl* propel';
1 and to Issue In -uch subscribers     01
stockholders thei'ofoi stock fully    or
partially paid up
j      (III   'I'o uell or ilisiin
taking, lanils. propei't;
I lels uml effects ol this
nny pint tltcroof, Inr
iimi us this Compuny
! uml lu I'iiiilciilur Im'   I""
lll-es  nr securities o!   un.   ottlei   roll
'    111   To purchase, tnko or lonse    b
: in oxchnngo, or othorivlno acquire mi
I real ni     personal pioporly, Includlll
; stock, in uny other company or con
1 panics,   nr nnv  rights or privilege
I imnl npcinflni; whoih  in  portly    I
the Province of British Columbia 1111
whether the oblects nl such comphn
s,ro iillogcther or iu pint similar t.
those of thin Company;
which this Company may think neces
smy nr convenient for the purposos
o: its busluoes:
ui To amalgamato with any other
Compuuy now or hereafter incorporated operating or to operate wholly
or partly in the province ol Uritish
Columbia, which this Company may
ii'-eiii usolul in "■' calculated tu 111
(reuse its business, uud tu subscribe
lor, accept nud hold shares lu uny
such Company; also to aid uny other
company <u corporation in any enterprise or undertaking which muy he of
nasi ttalico or heneiit to this Company
.:i! lo thut end muy loan money to
j-ii company 01 corpnratlon, nnd
muy nb.o pledge the property of this
Cumpaliy, or exocuto uml deliver
tuoi'lgagoa or trust deeds or any of
ns property, us security lor tin- pay-
muil ,,; ibe debts, obligations, bonds
ui- debentures of such other oompnuy
or corporation,, In such uiuoiints anil
lo sueh extent us the Board ol Trustees 01 this Compnii) muy think pro
pit:
Ik) 'I'o borrow, or raise, or secure
payment ol money In such maiiiiei-
nud lonn us this compuuy muy think
ut, nnd iu particular by llm issue ol
bonds, debentures or debenture stock
charged upon ull or njiy of the Com
luniy's proporty prosont or future, or
both, Including uncalled eapllal:
1I1 Tn draw, make, nccnpl, Indorsi
ui- ills,-,mnl, execute mul issue promt
Miry noie,., bills of exchange, hills ot
le,Inn.', warrants, dobi-nttires unit oth
i.-t uogotlublo m- traiisforablo lusti-n
inolits;
iiiii Tu npply for, pilleliuse, nl'
otherwise acquire nny palonl or pat-
,nl rights cnitlaittlng sny exclitBlvo
m nmi exclusive nr lliniiiil right tp
use, whicli tuny hi'ciii calculated t"
directly or lttdirectl> benefit this
Compuny, and to use, exorcise, devob
i.p und turn lo uecounl tlm property
01  rights so acquired;
Oil To obtain nny net ol purlin
iii'-nt bu- uunlillng ibis Compnny lo
eurry uny of its objects Into effect, nr
Inr ellect iim uny inoiiilii'iitioll of tills
loiupniiy's constitution, nr for any
,-lliei- purposu which mny seem expedient, or lo oppose uny proceedings or
applications which mny seem culcu-
Inlid, directly ur Indirectly, In prejudice this Company's interests:
lui 'l'n sell, Improve, mniiuge, develop, exchange, lease, mortgage, ills-
pus,' ul, mni In account 01 otherwise
deal with all or nny pint of the property and rights of this Company:
ipl Tn distribute any m the property m' lhis Company nmong the
members in specie:
n:i To procure this Company to be
registered, licensed or rccognlncd lu
Hi,' Province of llrilish Coliiiublu, nr
n nuy province or territory in the
Dominion of Canada, nr in nny Pro
vince, country or pioco:
in 'l'n do ul! such other nets ns
or Incidental or conducive to the ut
tain,iii-nl "( the ulinve nbjeels, ur nny
1,1 them, nmi to exorcise, genoiully,
nil sucli powers ns may Irom time tn
1 imi' bi' conferred nu Ibis Company
hy in-! nf parliament, cburtor, licence
01- nihil- executive nr legislative ability.
S\ .T'lll) W. NOVEMHKll 11   MKI8
Ol Interest To Women.
ollhealthlbul uno have exacting duties
i.JperfnruVeither in ibe way "I tiou'e-
luJM car,-\',i' iu s'.riul duiii-s and tunc-
tiiljuLvjbujIiWi'inii.-ly tax their strength,
f.sivHTa'noeursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription ha* proved a most
valuable DupMrtlUK tonic ami Invigorating nervine.    Hy  il»  timely in,'. iuui-Ii
"ivoided.   Tlm mierutiiic jflbjo mid  the
tor tb.'
< ,'lnl.l-
Contlnuod from puge 2.
glim Day cniml, und llm Hudson Iluy
nn.uny huvo once moro performed ue
tlvo service.
CAUINET CHANGES.
It is gonorally admitted thut Sir
Wilfrid must reorganise his cabinet.
The defeat of Mr. Ti'inplenian elves
him 11 clinnca to bring In Mackcmlo
King wiilimit Increasing the numbor
ol miulstors, which is nlroudy tuu
large. Another ministor llkoly to dis-
nppoar is sir Richard Cartwright,
whn lingers superfluous. Mr. Pugsley
whoso provincial overdrafts und other
records put the whole government ■ n
the ili'lenstvi! iillil liTuisn conduct In
public llio bus beeu such thut llis
lender never knows wbut new honor
muy come tn light, euii hard!) ro
inu'ii iu charge uf u spending depart
in,uii without keeping his oolleugues
u.iiiki! ut u!ght.s. Sir Fred. Dordin
will assuredly cease to be u minister,
nml .Mr, Brodour must, be sepninteil
ln.m lho murine department. This is
the minimum nmutint o! ihaiigo whieh
ilie party will accept, tn say nothing
01 lhe country. Some of thn removals nill probably happen belore pur-
liulil'.'til  meets.
The three Consorvntlvo members
from Manitoba in the lust parliament
und thoir ussuclutes from othor pru-
vlltces, knew what they wold abuut
whon they headed ofl the govornmont
hill in control Manitoba lists from
i.ittuwu. llnd tlu' lists been doctored
ns in 191)4, the Conservatives would
huve come out us ihey did then or
worse. With the lists nn the revising
judges led Ihem, lhe opposition wins
eight nu! ol ten scuts, with the ninth
in doubt.
NOTES.
"The peoplo nl Quoboc voted fur
Sir Wilfriil nnd not Inr the government," suys one of the candidates.
(nilside of Quebec the government bus
1111 uppuiTiit majority of seven, with
imu- deferred elections tn come.
Mr. II. L. Ilniden Is now oil his wuy
to Ottawa. He Ims the satisfaction
oi linvlni; (ought bard and wil, und
he bus como mil uf the struggle, nud
finished eight years ol leadership
without 11 stain on his record or a
reflection on his character. No Conservative hus in apologize fm his
loader,
METHODIST CHURCH.
nl'  Hm   IMiiI'M
UoivMiftsproYcn n grual boom
iiiuthtv- hy preparing ll"' tfj'S
I'ljiiiimjnf Imliy. thereby rendi
birth MUV.f'i.;.. ami almost imiiilens.
Boar In mint!. [<l-'ii*i- iliai Dr. Ph-n-e's
Favorite Presertiiilun i- not ;i uecrvt or
pattmt imnlicine,aaainst wlih'li 11;■ - most
IllieUlgHm   1 !>!•'  an- qiitm   nainrally
averse. Iiceau-'u "f tho iiiiciTluliity ua to
thtflrcoiii|K)slMun ami burnt!.' scharuuier,
hilt   IS   U  UKIlK'I.NK OK   t\Vi»\   iitMi'MM-
tion. li full Iht ,.f nil It- iininilh'iu- being
prtnlad, in plain KuglNlii '»n everj bottli-
wni|)[»**r. All examination of this li>i nf
liiKriHllotiUwIII .li-'-los.- u,.- fttd that it i-
n,.u uln.Imiu- in li- eomiKWli  I'hi'inle
ullv puiv. tripli- r«'!iii"l glyefrhw lulling
ih** pUi'i- '■[ 11 ummunly hmh| ulcobul.
in it- make lip, In iin- i-inim1 Uun ii
tim> nul Ihi uiil ,.f plueu tostute tlml tlm
■ 'Kuvorlu- Hrf-erlptlou* of l>r. [•Ii*rei« is
the only itiHllehu1 i-m nn lor tb
the mismo KNOW
nit SUPERIOR ^m,
QUALITIES   01'   aW-Ts^
r\*fHSt3            V-vlMT^
.-im***:        *J9^it.
''snt.tKf           ri   1 A,
SUCKERS.SUITS/ fj'U
AND HATS   / fi ) Ti
are 1he men who hove I
put them lo the hard- 1
fM tests in the rough-    y
es: weather.                  ry/Wm\
Oet Wm oriQinol        Z' J—\\
Tower'i Fish Drond        *mM
mads since i&36                 M
UTAtOi rfffl FO* Tftr AlsAAMG          J j_.
...    .....        ..       -..    -NMII   rmm
Try Preventics, At My Risk ],\....{
With Book on Colds.
TTTryr
PACIFIC
Railway
Excursion
Rates from
CRANBROOK
VIC FOR I Aw;
$83.65
.*> pi.  imli In i'iiii
inn,i    Sopl   8i.Mli
Si'il.n-
1
■lil
ac.
$5.40
■I"
Ml!
S,'|,l
•;iii
-.-Hi
Jii.t   tn   pr-ive   merit    lo   iliow   vim   liow
iiulckly Prevrntla can snd mil tlie.k coldi
or  llie   i.n|,|,,:--l   "ill   mill   yon   tree  on
request iln-,,' s^iintlr. jiiiiI my look. Simply
nddreu-   it.     Blionp,     Riclne,     WI*.
I'reventlci me tliorouuhly tiarmlei* little
i amly ('old Cure tablets. No Quinine, no   Si*l!
1.\uiive, nothing sickening wluteier.
lo check early Cold, or Grlnoe with "Pie    i llllll    ii'lm
venllcs" means .tne defeat lor Pneumonia.
'In sion a cold with Preventtci m smeiy
«iiiiiiin\i ytKiullar'tvftikiiL'Sstvs uml ml     safer than to let It run and lie obliged to   "',    .    ■'*       ■     ■ .* T '-,' t ■' ''   ',
uoiiu, uml sold tliruiigli drugglM>, nil    cure ii afterward. Preventics will liowcie,    . , .* ,     , ,   " ,*) ,  |Hti\J*) , J' ;*\
•<■- •     '     •■•"'■ i     read,  „  deeply  tested  cold,   Bin   taken '  '   '
I'irly— :it  ilir  ine«G  Btage-   thry  lueak  ur
Ikj>l off theM early colda. Thai la surely
Inciter   tli.il is wli> tlit-y ar« named "Pre
\riiiii*s,"   t'romptiieaa  howevei   it  .ill im
portant.   Prnniiitneki  In  the  u»e of   Pre
\emlcfl maj rave half your usual tickneis   l, . .,.,..
l-'everlshlicu, night or day, will, child or   O'.'lllll't llllll'!, jSi-pl,  .'Isth to Otst. J!
adult,   sttggesu   lhe   need   of   Prevenilcs,   1' ns:s I  i. nun  lin-il    t i,'ui,,-i' Till
Write l'n-. Shoop, Racine Wis., today for
samples nud booklet. Preventics are ."Id by
Uorrespondiiig  Hut- s from other
points.
i. Apply to liunil ticket agonta fur
berth roBorvatioiiB, etc.
Noii-Siihsci ihers
J.B.PROCTOK, D.P.A.Calgary.Alta
Tlto IH'iiiilu ul I'lnllliriitik unit I'mil-
iinj dlntflct ure licBlnnliiK i" t'onlinc   ^p.     T    r/-\TTitTr, /Mtr
„„. ivo,-,!,.,, tho ,,',,„,,!„„, as , d# J. JOHNSON
Ilie lllgrrtlleilta ut v» li i.l, Imv,- tin'
Hliluuiufl 1'iidor^i nn ul "I llll lln- lending
uii'di,',il writ ii uml ii:ii!iii-"I nil (lie
several schooni ol pruellee. anil Iluu too
hs i-i'iinilli- for Hm iiilmi'iii- lor wiu.'h
■'Kiivurlt,' I'ri'si'iijitlnn" Is teen nded.
A little book of ili.'ii'i'iiili'i-i' in.-will
be   lent   to   nnv   ndille". i„»-l puld, nnd
til<*ijliu..'lv im- It ynn reqiinsl same by
postal,-uiil.' or letter, of I ir, It, V, Pierce,
Itullulo. X. v.
Ur, Plume's Pleitiwiit Pellcln euro con-
hllptttiuu.   CiuiMii'j • ii"' cause nf
liiuiiv dlseiises.   inf- lliu ciiil-e uilil vou
cure ttie di=uujMr.   llu.-,) lu Utkc u- ,-:indy.
SOHOOL   REPORT
or VANCOUVER
$21.15
BEATTIE & ATCHISON.
I'o    Subscribers
21.87
IHVlSlliN  I.
(P,   11.  Alllll'lHl,!!,  Ti'uclii-i-.
Number In iittoii(lu,ncc	
Avt'l-nu'c	
I'lilltPHOT AT'l'I'lNDANOll.
Kui'liid Utll'KCtt, Hum. Iliiiiiunl, IIoho l>rool    of tins  wc nre ever  rcrolvliiu
llimliill.   Jennie   Kennedy,   Jennie  Mc requoatn from njl over the dlntrlct to
Cownu,   Jennie     Mtii'ititlniyil,   l.illuii hoc o   siibHOi'lbei'n,   Noi     only this
Mct'iiwiin, Vlvimt HlBBonn, Helln Toy '"'< »"     I1"''1 "crlptg glowing pralaes
lor,   Irene    Wu.le,     Plorence   Wood, ol     the ever Increasing excellence ol
Uninli I'liliiicr. the nown, etc., Ih nddt'il.
Wc nre  nuw  oflerlng  as it  Bpecinl
DIVISION II, Inducement Ilia Montreal Hcrnld nud
1   COM   l.llTII
j   liiml,   II!
1,'lirllt
NOVHMBHn IBTH
Morning     service   nl.     11,    .Sunday
! School nnd Ilil'!" classes nt S,
At lhe evening service the lirsl uf u
I series of historical sormons will be
i'imim<n™l. The siiliiect. on Hiindny
j iiirlil will lie ",l,din Wlcklil, n lie
.foriner, before the Itcformuitloii." Al
nil I lies,' special services iipeelul niim-
| lien: wilt he given liy llio choir, nn
i   Isted In tlir church orchestra
The iintiiinl  Tlinnltsgfvlng   olterlng
Kill lie   Hindi' on Miinilny.   ICiivrlopen
im thi' purpose have boon sen! in all
i members mnl friends uf lhe elini'cli,
Tuesday   Rpwnttll   l.eagui' Mission
ni-y nice! ing ni H
,    Tliui'silny  ii|ieniiii'.   of    iin-   iiyin
Cdlicel'l alnl i nti'l I'llliinenl.
I'rhiny   I'rnyer   iii'i-vii-ii al  II   i'li,di
imu iiu- at  x   rind!- practice nl  S IB
llilY'H   IIIIUIAIll'
0\\ 'ti-. In lb" liyiiiiiii'iiuiti |,i- n ' pic
pared  fi.r llie openltig then' will   he
im   drill Ilii-  week,   The IuiIIiIIiik    Is
lieliic cleaned, Hi" ll    wnslicil, mid
Hu: I'jijjI'ci bull mnl tennis, lines   nm
1 helnt!     i'iiiiii"!!    It  l:i hoped ul the
nexl  iiiiil lho oittlll  will he received,
! iii'.l Hm hoys    properly enrolled.   IM
I hii.. drilled hint.   WcilncBdny and Ihey
oc dolne very well Indeed.
(Miss Caldwell, Toaclter.)
Number lu attendance  2-1
Avenge.  21.711
PE1IPKOT ATTHNUANOIO.
Heiuiiiii lllnkloy, Uvu (.' 1>, Josle
lii-uiiiiiiinid. Knthlcen burnout, Arthur
Powler, lnnu llnlikiik, Mellon Leek,
Hurl Mackoy, (Hive While
IHV1SIUN  111
(Miss Tuylur. Teacher.]
Numbor in attendance 110
Average     28.CI
PBHFECT ATTBNDASCH,
Percy   llaiget.t.,     Hul'olil     Bridges,
Oordon Piiwii-r,  lieilie Hetvi'd,  Hazel
Ttiylor, lluth Tuylur.
DIVISION IV.
IMIHH   ROSS,   Tcuclier. i
Nuttihcr In attendance 18 j
Average -15.117
1'KllFl'CT A'ri'KNDANC'H.
Clolf Cook, Alex. Dixon, Oracd llis
gins, tllndys Johnson, Harriot Ken
ncdy, Edward [.initio. Dorothy Mac
kty, Rainsford Parks, Burl Stowart,
Marguerite Stone, Noel Wallingor,
Clutlierlne Whitemore.
IIIVIMKIN   V.
(Miss Hull.   Tciii-h.'i- i
Numbor in nttuliditneo 50
Aveillge 53.12
PEIIPHf'T A'H'KNtlANI'I'J.
Mary llmnlii,nil., Dolor llinull, Vlo
let Dumont, Dotiglun Finals, Merrll
t.eunk, Hidnoy Murgatroyd, t'limilci
Merlin, Sndlo Nesbitt, Wilfred Stone,
Merle Tuylur, Helen McKlnslry
Mulnnrt Wong.
DIVISION VI
I Mlns Frtisor, Teacher.)
Number in tit.londauee 8i;
Average 115.7(1
PERFECT ATTENDANCE.
Oonstnnco Daltnaga, Mary Leas';
Mabel MoOoldrlo, Oinco MiFurlano
Muy I.un, Hazel Stevenson, Mali Or,
Melville liallii:!, Tom Cannon, .luu1
Cannon, Eilvvnrd llnrnhnrdt, Andrew
llrault, Stanley Btowai't, Muriel
l,nl)lngnr.
Municipal Notice.
Any person who Ims purchased pro
perty In the municipality uf Crnn
brook, since Jnnunry 1st, Pins, should
notify the city clerk of the fact, s,,
that his or hor name cun lie plm ml
on the vutlnu list. This inusl be
done before November 30th.
T. M. ROBERTS,
CHy Clerk.
Thanksgiving Dinner.
A very successful Thank-nit iir.
dinner iu the schoolroom of lho l'n i
liytelinu church uu M,n lay i-vutii-
when ubuut two hundred and llfly
sut down tu n splendid repust, The
hull wns nicely decorated with llngt
mid hunting uinl Hi" luiil.'-, wiih iim
orlng plunts. Tin- hilildinc wns open
edi'd i ll tli.il "i'i-ii:.luu lu; th,- Ill-Hl
llllli' niter lu Ini; n-lluvuled     While llle
menl wus being served Inntcin pic
titles were given iis lhe church to en
tcitiiin those who invalid tin n nun
Airships to Cow Britons.
Berlin, Nov, '.i Tin- newly orguii /ed
licrninn assoclntlon fur motol .iir
fillips Im.:; held Uh lirst. public meeting
with some nstotiishlng results Reg
ieriiiiK'ii'uili    Martin,    iln- clinirmiin,
liltule mi i xtl'iinlililiiily  s| li ol    .in
Iiiiiii- uiiil ii Imli duration, declaring
solemnly Hint the united mission ol
the cuui im iiiui powers wns lu nrgnn
Ize n licet of lo.(inn '/I'pi'i'llin. ui'incd
 h    with    llll   picked   unii.    ami    ui!
over Knglnlul,
The llrlllnli Heels  would  immediate
ly run, lerrltled l.y the lorpcd    th
dirigibles conUilnod, whereupon the
Airship licet would si'iilc down upon
greal Britain uml take possesnlon
I The spciilii'i likewise expressed his
intention nt convoying nrtlllery unil
even cavalry neross the cliunnel, lur
which in,unii mure ulrstilpn would I..
ncccBsnry, Encli dirigible wonltl ... t
only -112,',,nmi.   Unfortunately  for the
wiiillhi h    Imi' linpplly [ol    Enn
Imnl, nunc of the iin-l11, i luul; him
RCI'lollllly At 111 I iliinili wilh a,Iun
Islitncnt, ihey soon begun lo smile
unlli Hie hull reechoed with roars nf
laughter.   The Berliner Timcl.lull nh
nenii   'hal    It    1:j   i mpreliennlhlo
thul bo gruvo ii subject in Miicli grave
llini."i should he treated thus.
unbilled fur the     yoar
I    Isl,   PIUS,   ll,   Herein
Prospector
[rum Novel
her Illst,  i'in-,1,     fm- ihe iisunl price.
$2.00.
As the ti  is     very nonr for this
subscription to begin we reiguest our
present   uiul   wniild lie  sllliscrlliels    to;
forward     in theli  subscriptions     ui
" HURRY  l'l' ANU OBTAIN VALUE
FOR VOUR MONEY.
Carpenter and
Builder.     •:■     ■:■
CONTRACTS      SOLICITED.
HOUSKS '"' S:i1" "r K""' »'
. .^^^   Konsonnblo       rrleoa.
Office and Workshop   Lewis St
Phono    Nn.    DM
LIVERY, SALE, BOARDING STABLES
JOHN DEZALL. PROPRIETOR.
Saddle Horses
Pack Animals
BEST   LIVERY   RIGS   IN   TOWN.
Timlin   Nn.   II".
PASTURE
I'or  Horses ami Cattle
;;on nei-i'i,
(liiml l''uii,','>       (liiml W-iipi-
ln.i.,1 I'uatiii'f
Applj inK.i (HtltP.'IT, I'arroi Itnnuh
.ilium ,'l' mil-- [cm. i raiilieiioK, uo.ar
Um nlil North Sine mill
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
I Cranbrook
I    Livery
Vi,   link  }'(
 Jill am! Ir
slgumoiii ni ue
:
und      l'|,.Ui.
lhl,.     -ii.-    I.
♦
Wiiil.-i-  nml
in iveil   Ti
llm-.-       al
'..,.-   Il,'ia
ppiriind lli'llulil
,..in-    dispiHii
i   I rliil   mul    1.
FRANK DEZflLL
General Blscksmitll
iimi Woodworker..
li'iiliLur Tiffs .\n|.lii-.l
'I',,     llu.'ut      Wlii'ols
lAOKXTS    I'iii;    C.W.H'IAN
i'Vi 1,1'',  ANU  MOTOK
CiiS HICYI'I.I'.S
RtPniRiNO fi si'tdirtiiy
im -ei  - imi r.i.v i'iii
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Cranbrook
liCradina:   Co.
,A ***-*
I'lll
\V
AMI
{3,00 A MONTH
liuiiii   |li-..'.i;lill  i''(il' I'nsli
SIMPl£ STRONG
.iill linmlliii"!
l.niiiilXt; TltlHiKS
l''l,(H'l.' uml  P13RD
\'i'',iiii'i.i:s. i\ii'i.i;Mi'..\"i'.s
Agents lor lhe famous
Min ers Slock I'ootls.
SILENT Omintk'Mim SPEEDY
Not How Cheap, but
How GOOD & How CI1fAP
;    It ynn huve inn. r Iriod  oilr
HOME MADE  PEANUT-
CRISP, MOI.ASSES-KISSES
COCONUT-KISSES
ALMOND ROCK AND LADY
CARAMELS
nil  I  vii-i ivill  I in, in,---,I
lln- Illi
III.
Msti s,..- I   linn.I   Muclii	
,r Sul • Clii'iip nml 'I'd Rnnl.
GEO. B. POWELL. Agent
A t ni-,1 ri ,ni: Avium.'
 iy, t'niiilii'iitil, ll i'
Edison Theatre
Fraser & Hutcliisnii
Saturday only 20 cts.
 I„ llollVdlvd llllllll, pin.'•■ in lli.'f. I)
THE   PALM
ThlLKI'lltiNK,    N"    in.
(IKT A COPI   l'l'' THK
Moving   Pictures   Gri':at Wkst L,f,':
Assurance ( ompaniys
Illustrated Songs    ramphlbt
i'1",B<s,' in ; ftctiiiil Results to Pollcu Holders
t.r.inbrook   .it
I'ho Littlo Picture Parlor   Pred. W. Swain
IHSI'IIUT   AllllNT
that runs continuous!)   lOraubroolt.li.C, Armstrong Av, I'llK PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   U.C, NOVEMBER If IB08
C. I. ROGERS
Cranbrook's
Popular
Grocer.
iranbrook, B.C.
®hc |U*ct»patov.
i.Vl'UUIUY, MU I MIII 11 n. iihim
* LOCAL NEWS, *
•V......... '*'
People you   may Know
\ 1*1 I'dllS
l'l K WI
lit   llll in     l-l '
in I II l.MIIKHlh
ill    \n \\
I,.   Sli'll.nt  -   I.u    lint
Win   Smnll ,.i Spokune Bponl sevei
,1 dnys this week In Cranbrook.
Hopeiii  ii     'Shiloh's r  mil .il
..ns cures iny routth* -n'.t colds
\      iii. in, i    .   \ ni,
town   'I'li::   -
I   :'   nun v ,-i I'owlon »«» in town
l-'ii'l.n
11   ii    Mi-u-ui    .1   ipuk ....    *n     .i
In- t'riinbio.     i
Hu       li '.ii.iuu.iti   "In"   »ii
;■      .in.
Mi    uud  Mi i   I'   l.ini.l ..i  'Vuntii ,i
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THE FIT REFORM SUITS foi'
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I.i- pi'i'juolilll :ip|,,-ill':liii'i'. Slinulil-
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I'liui'iii ill Im.'Iii whicli ji|.|..-iiI-
lo  tin-   lliosl   lio.ll.lli.lls  ill c.
EVERY STYLE WHICH FASHION
DESIRES   IS   REPRESENTED.
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THE PRICES ARE $15, $18,
$20, $25 AND $28 k SUIT.
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uys -   .       igh_ and colds "
M    I.   Sa,vaKe        M    treal  whs   in
■ .wn Thursdaj
!■'   H   Martin ol  M  J in   vuri Ln
mn Monda)
.1 \ Watson ol Winnipeg '■*■■*■■* in
be citj  Monday
Mi    Will  .1    Stewart  spent  part   ot
■ -t week .tinl this in Peiole.
Mi.t- Moffat of Lethbridne waa u
tuwn Monday.
J Telfer u( Fernie wns in tin' cit;
part <.f lusi week nm! tins
.hi- Miller <>f th.- Burns Ment Co,
_penl part uf Sunday in Moyie.
Fancy dates and choice „g_ at
Stewart's.
I'.   w is  oi   Cherry  Crccl<   was  in
[town Tuesday.
; (',, it. Paul and C. W, Prescott nf
Hpokane, was m the city Wednesday.
I A. Carney nf Kaslo. provincial tim-
I Iiit inspector wns in town Wednesday,
A M Spencer of Sheffield, Bug.,
ma a Crnnbrook visitor Wednesday.
Wm    Tallin   and   A.   Doyle   of   Fort
Jteele were in Cranbrook Tuesduy.
Repeat it: "Shiloh's Cure will al
j ways cure my coughs and colds."
| Thos. Christian and C. Uirrlgnn of
I McCilvarv, was in town Thursday to
cast their ballots.
Mrs. Rnbl-hew of Frank. Alta., was
visiting friends nt Crnnbrook Thursday,
Frank Dickinson cn-me In Thursday
fmm Alberta to vote for A. S. Good-
UOHN la Ornnbrook, Friday, Nov
ember i_tb, to Mi. and Mrs   .1   Gib
son a daauhitr.
Wc have the beaters that defy all
weather. Quick action Proraul aa*
Infliction.
\ Shop html ol tbe Crow's Nest
Pass Lumber company, Wardner, was
a Cranbrook visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. M a Ueale will receive on
Thursday, November I9tb, and i\lter
tbal on every second Thursday
Cheapness    Isn't      what    you  pav
Wnen you pay lor a Susk Alta range
you Ret tin' markets beat value    I'at
 re Bros
Those ballounlsts who hit » mui\\
storm weren't unusual; Smith Cm Hh
and Duncan Ito^ wero up in th.' uli
nnd hn a rroai on Thursdaj
Those political light, were nulled
out     Thursdaj     cvenln-j nnd Duncan
Horts  .oul     Smith     Curtis ...nld 	
uvea catch nn   'I iraelltc
Itepeal   II       Shiloh's Cure  will .ii
,ut,' ui-   roughs .01,1 colds
Thr« mni in .. '-'ai, Wm Temple
in.ui. Duncan Boss and Smith Curl!
'Dinnn *■<■ heni the rtlognn " Bettei
Pi, in   and • irlental exclusion
K ii     Wlndsui      thc »<'U known
piano tuan nl Nelson   la In tou n lot
, leu days    1 cave order* with Deal
1 le \ Uchlson
1 S ho rem u u 1. W Winchi lei ft
1 White ind l1 Vckermun all ol
Spokane w< re giie its nt the Cran
brook Krldoj
Gordon Sutherland who has been
vi -tun. in t'"' Maritime provinces i"i
the pnsl month roturucd to Cran
brook Wcdnesdaj
rtiorc are more up-to-date improve
ments on the Sask-AUa Bnugc than
all others combined For sale bj
Patmore Bros
Messrs Harvey Brown and Milt
Kast ner, .nul the Misses Brown and
Black  "i     Fernie spent   Sunday     in
\ li Fenwick, J. Walsh und Chas.
Powell of Fort Steele, were in town
Tuesday evening attending the big
Conservative  meeting,
John Keen ol Kaslo. returning officer for Kootenay was in town Monday completing preparations for tho
Kootenay by-election,
Rend McClary'a add telling all
about the most talked of range of
the present day, the Snsk-Alta sold
by Patmore Bros., local agents.
Repeat it: ■ "Shiloh's Cure will always cure my roughs and colds."
Alex. Neilson, of Sacramento, Cnl,,
Is the guest of his brother, John
Neilson, of thc telegraph stall. Mr.
Neilson is on his way home after a
tour of six months in Europe.
I.. G. Booth of Chicago, F. .). Mc-
Crahan of Nelson, R. Scruten of Calgary, and W. Chester of Winnipeg
were registered at the Cranbrook on
Tuesday,
Should take their own medicine- -
Dr. Connolly and Dr. King were laid
up for several days this week with
the (irippe, und Dr. Green with a severe nttnek of rheumatism,
VVAUDNER NOTES
HorbOtt Ketl wool to Craubrook on
Tuesday.
A Slicppaid was ■■ t'runhl'ouk Visitor ou Wednesday,
it   11   lioii.-it  visited Cranbrook    on
Friday  lust
Mi 11 C Lindsay paid a visit to
Spokane lasl week ro turn lag on Hut-
urdaj
Miss Muriel Sheppard .spent Sun
lay and Thauksglvlng Buy with hor
parents hi 10
Miss Doss I u Mott  who was visiting
with Mis    LaChanee returned to Klko
n Frldny
Little Miss Delia   DoW ol  Crunbrook
Im has I n  visiting  mth her aunt
1 .>n. 1,ihi,' \dnoj wonl to Mayook
1 Wcdnesdaj to eiujulro Into the
ni ,i' ..1 thr outbreak ol nuthrn-
noiii' ihe cattle
While 01 ipecl mi' some timber on
I'ncsdnj Mt Mmining ol thr CPU
miii Imti th,- misfortune to fall uud
breaking, three ol his ribs, malum; it
i' mirj foi lum to go into the lion
I'ti.ii    ..a   Wodnosdny for treatment
l'h,' "Poverty Dunce" glvon in the
l.lhrnrj Hal! lojSl Friduy night wusa
,1 success The costumes were
led ami fantastic, 111 many ras(-s
ipletel) disguising the wearers und
sing iinliiiuted amusement. The
young folks were all dollghtOtl with
the evening's entortninmoui
I'wo buildings at the 0, IV It. mill
used im boarding accommodation,
were destroyed by lire on Wednesday
nighl about ten o'clock, the cause of
the tire holng unknown, 'I'he buildings
were unoccupied, the suwtnill neinu
ilosed lot the winter, The lire spi'dyl
-,, rapidly that it was impossible to
saw the contents of either building.
The wind being in au opposite directum the sawmill was not damaged.
Stewart's
The Lending Fruit Store'
ClIOICR   MAMiA TOKAY   &\
L'OUN'IOriON  CiBAPKS
OKANAOAN  P15ARS  AM)
AITU'.S
PRHSIAN DATES * SMVHNAl
PIC! S
STEW'AKT'S   PINE
HIIOCOLATES
Hugh Stewart;
23urn$ 53ros.
FIT REFORM WARD-
ROBE,   CRANBROOK
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mii   lu L   Cohn
Cranbrook s
Up-to-date Tailor,
ARMSTRONG
AVE,
CRANBROOK.    11 C.
H. I! Gllmorc of Vancouver, ropro-
senting the Wnterous Knginc Co.,
was in the city Thursdny.
H M Burrltt of Vancouver, and H.
Ross of Fernie, spent Sunday last in
Cranbrook.
V. Conway of NelHon and Chns.
Rodgors of Creston were guests at
the Crnnbrook Monday,
K .1 Roberts and -J. Castreo, of
ipokane,  were at  the Crnnbrook   on
Messrs   Dunn,  Otty, Doyle, Thomp-
on nnd   Keely  of  Kernie spent  Run-
ntlfl Staples oi Wycllfle, presldeni
. i thc staples Lumber Co., spenl several days  this  week  in  Cranhrook.
*'i S Jnqulth <d Toronto, represent-
nu' Drown Bros . dealers in printers'
uppl loa was in towu Wednesday,
K   K   Jones of Kimberley wns   in
own     iiuruiL'   the enrly part ol this
A. J. Devlin of Wardner, Idaho,
was in town Saturday last. Mr. Devlin is n prominent mining man, nnd is
interested with D, ('. Corbin in coal
measures in the Flathead valley.
K. T. Hlghfield of Winnipeg, It. B.
Hunter of Edmonton, J. D. Morris of
Montreal, and 0. J. Johnson of Moyie, were guests at the Cranbrook on
Thursday.
! T. Brownlee of Brandon was t\
1 Cranhrook visitor this week. Mr.
Brownlee is a brother of superintendent Brownlee of the ('row's Xest
Railway,
Are you ready for winter? How
about a Heater? We handle Mc-
; Clary's, the largest stove manufact
'■■ urlng company nnder the British Hag
They arc the best.   Patmore Bros.
| Tbe Ladies* Aid of tho Methodist
j church will hold n parlor social at the
home of Mrs. H. A. McKownn on the
evening of Wednesday, Nov. 18th. Refreshments will he served. Admission
25c.
Repeat it; --"Shiloh's Cure will always cure my coughs antl colds."
We    know   the value of n satisfied
customer, this is our best rocom-
memlntlon. We are selling the up-to-
date Sask Alta Range nnd having
many sntisficd customers. Patmore
Bros.
.J. P. Wilson of Toronto, J. A, 011-
lesple of LethbrlilRO, Ft. Price of Calgary, II. Little of HoHiner, J. W.
Bennett of Kernie, Sam. Pond of Nelson and (I. W, Adams of Vancouver,
were registered nt the Cranbrook on
Thursdny.
Stewnrt the confectioner hns (natal
led an up-to-date hot soda apparatus
and when shopping down town on u
cold day step into his attrmctive
store and be served with the hot beef
tea, chocolate, coffee and tomato
Bullion.
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There was m     Imi  Limo in the   old
•own -ii Thursdaj
fl (J .fewcll, presldeni of tho Jew
fi Lumbering Co . of J affray, was iu
'•'■ city Kmlay uli biiHinesH.
Hats nil to tlie railway mon.
Tho railway terminal cities and
towns piled up a big majority for
Cloodeve.
Bitter Terms wns a pretty lively
corpse Thursday night.
ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE
CALGARY, ALTA
PATMORE   BROS
Tinners,  Plumbers
AND
Heating- Engineers
Si.-,nn,   Ilni   W.ii.i   nml   IIkI   An   Systems.
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Wc have the finest
Cooked HAM
son ever tried.    I'or Lunches,
I'icnics, Camping ctc.it is delicious.
I'I  Y 'Ill'lll'l'i
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.
Hoad Office, Main Otlice for Kust Kootonay,
Calgary, Alberta. Crnnbrook, B. C.
THE C. P. R.
brought in ;i i.u load ol Tin-ware and Granite-ware
hist wri'lv ami dumped il ill our store like this:
We  have  n  now all checked and put
away mi shelves   looks better like this—
Conic in-we  have what you want.
I lmil overlook us tor Stove Boards.
J. D. McBRIDE
Cranbrook, B.C. Hardware
I'll. INK
PHONE   75,
tin TO THE
East  Kootenay
Dye House
li'iir  all   kinds of
, DYEING _ CLEANING
Nothing fine or coarse, lurge
or smnll nmi wn cannot handle,
Wc also do
DRY J3YEIAG
OFFICE !
J. Leask, Tailor!
(UVK US A TKIAL.
We solicit your custom
Out' (fooils it ro of the Utiwuat mid btj„t design- and our
price? un nfl low ilmt the Iwst quality will admit. Wo have
a suitable present for everyone. Kindly call, we are always
pleased to see visitors and tu _hovv our stoek.
REPAIRS Strictly moderate consistent with good
workmanship.
GRADUATE OPTICIANS
Of the Toronto Opthal-
matic College.
RAWORTH   BROS.
C.P.R. Inspectors. Cranbrook, B.C.
HILL &  COMPANY
Ladies and Men's Furnishers
Great   Reduction   in   Prices.
We  have   Reduced  the   Prices on  almost  all  our Stock.
Here   are  a  few  examples:
Ladies' Silk Hose, reg. $1.75 & $1.90 for $1.00
Tweeds
Madras
White Scrim
,,  75c. & 90c. yd. „ 4c.
-      ,,   $1.25 yd. ,, 8c.
»     90c.   ,, „ 6c.
»     60c.   „ ,, 4oc.
„     65c.   ,, „ 4oc.
))       —OC.     |, j. __c.
Also   several   Ladies'   Suits   for  $5.00
Regular   Price   was  $15.00  and   up.

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