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Vol. IB.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 27, WOT.
No. SO.
THE NEW OPERA HOUSE
'tl
Will be the Largest and Finest
Theatre Between Calgary
and the Coast.
Contractor, Geo. Leask & Co.,
urn pushing the construction
work on the new Opera Houso to
completion us rapidly un possible.
■uml it Is expected that it will be
formally opened ubout August
Snth.
The building In located on
Norbury Avenue, und is one
hundred feet in length, with u
width of 45 feet. From the floor
to the celling is iti feet The
balcony Is 22 x 44 feet, while the
auditorium will square up 40 x 14
feet, which with the balcony will
havi) u seating capacity of about
800.
The stage will be 25 x 45 feet,
the proscenium entrance 13 x 2G
feet. The scenery consists of
five setts, and was painted by
Mr. Chas. Miner, a well known
Chicago artist, und are all of
modern design and finish. The
curtain being a gem of the scenic
art. The gridiron has a height
of 28 feet, which will give ample
space for hoisting the drops.
Under the stage are live dressing
rooms tor performers and a property room.
The building will be honied
with hot uir from furnaces
located in the basement, perfect
ventilation has also been provided for. Incase of tire there
are four large exits, one in front,
two on the side and one in the
rear of lhe stage.
The total cost of the building
und furniture will be close to
115,000
Mineral float.
Nineteen hundred and seven
has certainly been a banner year
for coal, and quartz mining in
Southeast Kooteaay.
It seems quite natural that the
placer fields of the Crunbrook
district should again revive the
spirits of enterprising miners
and capitalists
Bob Uore. wns in town this
week with a bunch of mineral in
his pocket which is said to represent a recent strike on Wild
Horse creek.
One of the strong coal mining
companies, and one that will
from now on take an important
port in the production of coal
and coke, is the Imperial
Coal and Coke Company.
It is claimed, that upon the
construction of the Kootenay
Centrnl railway, the next mining
district to attract attention of the
mining world will be tho country
embraced in the Upper Columbia
and Kootenay valleys.
Matters Political.
The Dominion general elections
are not likely lo be pulled off
before next May or June.
The Liberals ol Yale-Cariboo
will make a strong pull Insecure
the re-nomination of Duncan
Ross.
Many Conservatives in the
Kootenay are of the opinion that
ft. A. Watt, of Wattsburg, is the
right man to curry the Conger
yative banner in the next cam
paign.    	
Dirt will Fly.
A  special  over  the  Q.    N
arrived in Fernie Monday night
ul 11 p.m.
President L, W. Hill, Vice-
President McGuigan, Gen.
Manager F. K. Ward, Purchasing
Agent Pleoher, Div. Supt. O'Neil
and Chief Kngineer Hogland
were on board, and early Tuesday
morning thu parly, which was
joined by Messrs. Lindsey,
Drinnan und McRvoy, of the
Coal company, transferred to the
C. P. K. track und ran up to
Michel. They were there joined
by Mr. P. R. Thain, locating
agent of the G, N. After inspecting the Michel yards tbe train
wus headed for Pernie again,ami
u slow run made down the val
ley to afford the party us much
of uu inspection of the route ol
the proposed extension of lhe G,
N. to Michel us possible.
The contract for the buildlui
of    the    extension    has     been
awarded to A  Guthrie and Co
of Sl. Paul, aud il is expected
thut the uew line will he read)
for operation by the Oral of the
new year.
The special arrived in Fernie
on Its return trip about 10 a,in,
und wus ut once transferred In
the G. N. tracks again. The
distinguished party of offloialu
walked over to the Coul company
offices and Ihenee to the G. N
Station, und were soon rolling
buck to Spokane.
The building of this section to
Michel completes another link
in the chain that is to bind Feruie
to Winnipeg with another pair of
steel ribbons some eight or nine
hundred miles in length.
Then there will be brunches
leading off from this main stem,
but they will all have to come
to Fernie and thus throw
the whole volume of traffic
through Fernie, the gateway lo
prosperity on either side of the
mountains,—Feruie Ledger.
BASE BALL
Small's Team Win an Exoiting
(lame.
A large number of base ball
fans witnessed an exciting game
on Tuesday evening, between
two teams selected by the official
umpires J. Bates and E. Smnll.
Game was called at 7-20, with
'Bud" Staples of Wycliffe as
umpire. "Bud" gave perfect
satisfaction to both teams and
the crowd in attendance.
The Bates team went to the
bat, and Burton sent in a few
curves and very generously-
donated three goose eggs to the
Bates bunch. Then the men
under tho banner of "Eni" toed
the plate, and McCallum mixed
up a curve which Harrington
sent out for a base hit, then stole
second. Reid hit. for a single
bag, sending Harrington to
third, to help matters along
Debeck fanned out. Then
Sutherland went to first on a
single und Harrington scored.
Reid popped up un easy fly and
the Small outfit was sent buck to
the field.
In the second inning the Bates
bunch butted out two runs, while
Small's cherubs were contented
with a single run.
In the next three innings the
Bates bunch were treated lo an
application of the big white
brush, and the cherubs drugged
in a run und two eggs.
In the first half of the fatal
sixth, the Bates bunch managed
to squeeze oul tliree runs, and
thought that, they were galloping
to u finish, but got tired and
went egg hunting, The Cherubs
then got in on the ground floor
and punished McCullum for live
runs clinching the game.
In the following innings the
Bntes bunch captured two runs,
Ule Cherubs putting another
goose egg in the basket.
Good base running was a prominent feature of the game both
sides stealing buses.
Burton wus souked for 21 base
hits, with one two bugger. McCullum suw enough of high life
when the Cherubs mixed his
curves up for 211 singles and tliree
two base hits.
A double play of Burton to
Reid, Reid to Sutherland killed
two of the Bales bunch at lirst
and second base.
The score:—
123450780
Bates 0200030 I I      loUil     7
Sumll 1011061111 „      11
Mr. aud Mrs. R. G. Belden of
Crows Nest were at the Royal
lhis week.
Mrs. Main of Vancouver, is
visiting her son Rev. C. 0. Main
at the manse on Baker Ilill.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Horo anil There- People
Win, Oiinio to Cranlirnok and
Those Who Uo Away.
Prank Clupp spenl several
iluys ihis week in Crunbrook,
N linns mi, of Wasa was nl
.'.run li rook Tuesday on business,
R, S. Wright, C P. R. auditor
was al Craubrook Ihis week on
official iiiisin,",'.
Geo Laurie of Creston was
transuding business at Ornn
brook Wednesilny.
It is reported thai ,t base ball
team from Creston will cross
bats with a Oranbrook team next
week.
Tho central attraction of ('ran
brook this week hits been :t series
if base ball games between local
nines.
Con tract or D, Johnson has
practically all the foundation
work on the new Cranbrook hotel
completed.
Miss Ethel Frissell of Fernie
was u guest ul the residence ol
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pul more this
week.
A. McKlnnon of the Cranbrook
Foundry .Co., was at Moyie
Saturday last on company business.
Feed Tale, who has been away
at North Buy for the past two
years is at home this week on a
visit.
N. J. Abbott, of Winnipeg, C.
F, Barton and J. Mcintosh of
Toronto, and M. Williams of
Lindsay, were at the Crunbrook
Monday.
Ed. Feugan, J. A. Maedonald,
J. Watt, R. D. Huggurt, and S.
Keeling all of Marysville were
guests at the Cosmopolitan
Tuesday.
A. M. Bradford of Montreal,
H. P. Dickinson of Rossland and
F. W. Treshman of Toronto were
registered at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
Government Agent.I. F. Armstrong, and rood superintendunt
Don Mackay were at St. Mary's
lake Thursday inspecting the
government work now being
done in that district.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier has brought
what the Old man of the Herald
would describe as a "valley de
chambers" from Paris to take
speeiuichurge of his hair during
the coming campaign.
Mr. Fred Sykes of Lacombe,
who has been visiting at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Elwell, left on the Soo flyer
Tuesday for the west. Mr.
Sykes is u brother of Mrs.
Elwell.
Roud superinlendust Don Mackay was busy this week putting
in u new bridge over the slough
on Crunbrook street. This is a
much needed improvement, as it
straightens out the road, und tho
old bridge was in a bud state of
decay,
Geo, Henderson, president of
the Hull River Milling St Power
Co., and ,). Lamb of Juuesville,
a director of the company, were
at Bull river this woek inspecting
the construction work now going
on. They left on Thursday for
the east.
The many friends of Robin
Anderson, one of the most popular
of mining men iu the Kootenay,
will hear with regret of his
deuth on Friduy iu the general
hospital in Spokane. Mr. Ander
son was connected with several
mines in the Boundary and after
wards took charge of the Le Roi,
going thence to the Sullivan in
East Kootenay which he lefl less
than a year ago intending lo
spend a short time in Spokane
before coming buck to this
country,
Rev. .1. C. Robertson, M. A.,
general secretary for Sunday
School work, will discuss lho
problem of the Sunduy School ul
a public meeting in thu Prosby
teriun Church Monduy evening
July 29th at 8-80 p.m. Evory
family is interested iu this work
und should he represented.
L. W. Patmore wus at Fernli
Friday on legal business,
Don't forget the hall gamt
on Tuesday evening nexl.
B, II. Short returned l'Yi,l:i\
fi'niil a visit to the coast,
Log driving on the Si. Mary's
river is uboul over.
The Pride ol New York Coin
puny will tippeur in Crunbrook
mi Tuesday July Until,
A lawn purlv ul lhe Methodisl
pursonage ou Thursday evening
was well al tended.
Mrs, A. 0, McKlnnon wits
visiting friends at .Movie   this
week.
N. C, Maedonald and C, Vi.
Griffin of Nelson were registered
at the Cranbrook Monthly.
P. E. Bornard of Spokane was
a guest at the Cosmopolitan Sun'
day last.
Mr. and Mrs. McEarchern of
Moyie spent Sunday lasl iu Crunbrook.
Mrs. J. Bullmau of Golden was
visiting friends at, Oranbrook
this week.
D. U. Yates and A. Palmer of
WyclilTe were transacting business at Cranbrook Friday,
J. Cosgrove, of the Pride of
New York company, has secured
the Opera House, for July Until.
P. Lund, manager of the Crows
Nest Pass Lumber Co., of Wardner was transacting business ul
Cranbrook Tuesday.
Fred. Duftield has gone east, on
u vacation. He will take in the
principal cities of Ontario before
returning to Cranbrook.
There was a regular meeiing
of the Ancient Order of Foresters
in Walts Hall on Thursday
evening.
H. S. Hopping of Eiler's
Comedy Co , was in town Thursday arranging a dule for his
company.
W. A. McCretchain of Mill-
waukee, Wis., und J. R, Me-
Cretcham of Lethbridge were
registered ut the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Prank Byron, manager of the
Cranbrook Pire Brick St Terra
Cotta Co., at Perry ereek wus iu
town Friduy on company busiuess.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. C, Rankin of
Toronto, Mr. und Mrs. G. H.
Hnnshaw of Calgary, Mr. aud
Mrs. J. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Bush were guests ut the
Cosmopolitan Thursday.
Dr. S. G. White of Pittsburg,
Pa., Mose Oppenheinier of
Spokane, R. J. Bowen of
Vancouver, and J. M. Agnew of
Waldo were guests at the Cranbrook Friday.
A. W. Workman of Chicago, J
R. Bromley of Battle Creek,
Mich.. G, Mctiregor of Spokane,
W. McDonald and S. Ross of
Lethbridge, and W. A. Thorpe
of Seattle were registered ut the
Royal Thursday.
Passed High Sohool Exam's.
Word was received at Chan-
brook Priday thai Miss Ruth
Harvey antl Muster Chas. McCowan hud successfully passed
their examinations for the High
School. There wore eight
students in the class, and while
the others hud sufficient points
to pass, fell down on Canadian
history.
Sunday Sohool Picnic
A lurge number took advantage
Tuesday last, to attend the Presbyterian Sunday School picnic.
Dinner and lea was served among
the shade trees just across St.
Joseph ereek at the Missit n
bridge. Afler dinner Held sports
were carried out for two hours,
consisting of races, jumping,
shooting, base bull, football and
swinging. Everybody seemed to
have a good lime, returning In
the evening enthusiastic ovor the
days outing-
PIRE AT VICTORIA
From   Store   Street  to   lluadrn
Ground is Bare.
Victoria, B.C., July I'll.— Tin
greatest lire ill Victoria'shiston
ocCUl'Ctl litis iil'lei'iiooil, tleslroving live liloeks n ml many detached
buildings, involving a loss of a
quarter of u million dollars
Starling in the unusedbnller shop
of the defunct Albion works, tin
lire vvipetl oul lhe shacks of the
li'iiilerloin Prom store street
in Quadra, four blocks eastward
and between Herald ami
Chatham and Pioneer streets.
scarcely anything escaped.
WATNR PKBSSUBK POOR.
The poor pressure of waler
greatly handicapped lhe tlrenien,
who, aitled by the soldiers of Ihe
garrison and a host of volunteers
fought desperately, pulling down
many buildings in the path of the
tire, which was brought under
control ut 7 p.m. Dynamite
was brought in automobiles to
blow up buildings, but Fire Chief
Watson would not use it. The
water pressure was poor, greatly
handicapping the firemen. Men,
women and children were hurriedly currying out Iheir belongings from the houses in the
threatened section.
In many instances the furniture
brought to the street was burned
before conveyances could be
secured to curry it away.
NAKHOW EXCAl'ES PROM DEATH.
Several narrow escupes took
pluee. The women who wunted
to get back into burning buildings to save their valuables were
dragged out by fireman us the
roof fell in. Oue woman on
Green street became crazed and
tried to rush back into a burning
building, being prevented by u
policeman, who grabbed her and
hurried her struggling from the
scene.
The number of houses burned
is estimated ul 75, lhe insurance
at about J>1U5,000, and the total
loss at $250,(100.
Bate's Challenge.
Umpire Jim. Hates uot being
satisfied with the result of last
Tuesdays ball game, has
challenged the "Cherubs" of Eni.
Small to another game to be
played next Tuesday. Eni. has
accepted the "defi" and the fans
are getting warm in the collur in
anticipation of a close and exciting game.
Obituary.
The funeral of James McLeod,
ono of the victims of the recent
unhappy drowning accident at
Marysville, took place on yesterday 2itrd inst., at Culvery Cemetery with the full honors of the
Order of the Knights of Pythias.
All the chief officials and some
of the members of the local Lodgo
attended the interment in their
mourning regalia, accompanied
by the Revd, Mr. Hughes of the
Methodist Church who conducted
the very impressive service ut
the grave side.
The deceased came oul here
from Scotland where, it is said,
he left a young wife und one
child, und shortly ufter joined
the Order at Trail, B, C, where
he gained u knowledge of the
smelting husiness at which he
was working in the Marysville
smelter ut the time of his death.
When his body wjis discovered
there wus found on it his membership curd of Ihe Trail Lodge und
on the fact being notified to tho
(Iranbrook brethren they at once
sent up it man to take churge of
lhe remains und became respon
sible for the undertaking ami
funeral expenses. The deceased
was an absolute stranger to every
member of the Cranbrook
fraternity with the exception of
Fred. Cummer who knew him
slightly iu Trail.
The fuels are deserving of
notice uiul of appreciative record
since they Illustrate the practical
working of one of the great
underlaying principles of action
nf one of our mosl popular and
beneficent Orders, Had James
McLeod not belonged to the
Knights his remains would have
been put away witli the scantiest
caretnony.and,possibly,we might
have seen a lew of the men who
worked hy his side pay his
memory the last, poor courtesy
of seeing Ills body committed to
ilieeurlli. Instead, there WUS tl
burial lull of honor and elegant,
symbolical Impressiveness.
Methodist Church.
The subject nexl Sunday night
will be: "The Constraining Love
of Christ."
Iu the luoi-ning. the Sacrumeiil
of the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered and new members received.
Open air service on Sunday
night at845, Rev. W. (i. Taylor,
and Rev, R Hughes will speak.
MANDATE RENEWED
League Ball.
But for one bud inning, in
which Jorgenseu got punished
for six runs, enough to win, the
game between the Shops and
Town teams would have been
close and exciting. Outside of
that disasterous second innings,
Jorgerson pitched shutting out
ball The Town team scored in
the first, second and fourth
linings, the shops in the first
anil second. Twice the Town
had three men ou liases thai
could not roach the plate, the
shops also playing in equally
hard luck.
The score.
tunings 1 2:14 60 7 80
Town l a 0 1 o (i 0      total       4
Shops I (10 0 0 0 I, 7
Standing of the Clubs,
The ninth game of the League
series was played on Wednesday
evening, and Ihe standing of the
teams are as follows:—
Won      Lost      Tie
Town    II 2 1
Sllti|W     2 2 I
Clerks    2 I 1
Offlues  II 1
Labor Day Celebration.
At the meeting of the Trades
and Labor Council Saturday
night thu following committee
was appointed to arrange for a
Labor Day celebration:
Messrs H McDonald. Thos
Boyter, S. McDonald, W. G.
Morton, Mr. McKennu, Thos.
Doris, .1. H. McDonald. John
Bathie, H. White, T. S. Gill,
Mr. McEwun, E. D. Johnson,
Jos. Brechin, and Win. Flowers.
The committee met Wednesday
evening at 8.80 in Walts hall.
After some discussion it was
moved by Mr. Boyter, seconded
by Mr McEwun, that Mr. Sata
McDonald be president.  Carried.
Moved by .1. H. McDonald,
seconded by Mr. Boyter, that T.
J. Doris be vice-president,
Curried.
Moved by Mr. Flowers, seconded by Mr. McKwan, that H.
White lie appointed secretary.
Carried, In the absence of Mr.
White, who was out of town, it
was moved by Mr, MeKwiin and
seconded by Mr. Flowers, that J.
H. McDonald net in secretary
protein.   Curried.
Mured by Mr. Flowers, seconded hy Mr. Boyter, thai Mr. .1. II.
McDonald and Mr. s. McDonald
constitute the finance committee,
Carried.
It was moved liy T. J. Doris
seconded by Sinn McDonald,thai
a vote of thanks be tendered Mr.
Mlghlon for granting Hie committee free use of his bull, and
lo ibe Herald Publishing company for its oiler of u hair page
advertisement to the Labor Day
com in it too.    The motion carried
unanimously,
The meeiing ihen adjourned to
meet nexl Sat unlay evening at 8
o'clock.
J. II. McDonald, Sec'y.
Premier McBride Will Continut
to Fight for Better Terms
f»r British Columbia.
Whatever i lit, opposition press
tuny say, Premier  McBride  has
mi iwo Important occasions risen
above the level of party politics
nnd shown thai when vital public
issues are at stake  he does  not
view th  from the standpoint
if a politician, but from that of
a statesman, Ou his return from
ilie Ottawa conference he struck
the keynote of his altitude in au
address which lor moderation,
sagacity and breadth of view ba*
never been surpassed in Western
Canada, On his return from
London where he had preferred
Hie claims ol* British Columbia
before the highest court in the
Kmpire. in ihe same capital city
of liis native Province, he outlined the salient features of his
mission, and the altitude of the
Imperial authorities, In a manner
which can provoke no partisan
protest, und which cunnot but be
ratifying to every loyal British
Columbian. In his address the
only authentic report of which
will be found iu the current issue
of The Week, the Premier
demonstrated to the satisfaction
of a critical aud non-political
audience, lhat his mission had
not been fruitless, and that the
I in pena I a a, borities had endorsed
Ihe vital constitutional principal
that no part of the King's Dominion is too insignificunt or too
tiniiillueiitial to obtain a hearing
in London nnd to secure at least
a measure nf justice. That the
Colonial Otlice would interfere in
any way in udispute between the
Federal and a Provincial Government, is out of the question, but
in reasserting a principal upon
which the very life of Provincial
Government depends, the abrogation of finality without the
acquiescence of both parties, the
British Government has rendered
au invaluable service to the cause
of self-government. The case
may be stuted In u nutshell,
Ottawa said: "Here is your
million dollars, tuke it aud go,"
at the same time slamming the
door. The British Government
said: "We will express no
opinion as to the adequacy of the
million dollars to settle the claim
of British Columbia, but the door
shall not be shut.'' It therefore
remains that the status quo is
maintained, and since British
Columbia audiences and the British Columbia electorate, has endorsed the attitude of Premier
McBride, in rejecting so insignificant a sum, and in pressing Ike
claims of the Province, he will
continue to do so. The keynote
of his address on Monday night
was oue of confidence, and
challenge, the fight will continue
to be waged, it is notone between
political parties, but between the
people of the Province as a
whole and the Federal Government. If Sir Wilfrid Laurier
persists in his refusal to give
practical effect to his own admission, his successor muy prove
more untendable, but the Premier
of British Columbia will not forego the tight. He may even have
It, carry it to Ottawa in person,
and from the tloor of the Federal
House, insist upon due recognition of his claims. But be that
as it. may, he renews the tight in
the spirit winch animated Lord
Iteaeotislielil when he declared
thai his purpose would ultimately
be achieved, and that he would
persisl though the conflict had
to be continued Ihrough one, two
or oven three campaigns.—
Victoria Week.
Methodist Pionio Next Thuriday.
Next Thursday, August 1st.
the annual Sunduy School picnic
of the Methodist Church, will he
held a few miles from town.
Parents and friends will lie
curried free, also ull visitors lhat
can come. Bring a lunch basket.
Start ul one o'clock from
Church, THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK B. C, JULY 87, 1907.
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SATURDAY, JUL\ 27. l!H)T
'HK political pot is begiu
T
■ ning to simmer, and
though no announcement has
been made us to the date of the
general elections, the impression
is general that it is near at hand,
ami both parties are mailing
nominations and getting ready
foi' tbe fray.
...
The time is approoohlug when
candidates for the Dominion
House ni.. tn be talked about,
uiul it is worth while for the
electors nl the Kootenay to look
the ground over carefully with
ti view of selecting a man wbu is
equal lo bis duties, In making
a selection keep In view Mr E,
A Watt, the Wattsburg lumber
man.
Sir Wilfred Laurier and many I
of bis spellbinders in the Koote
nay are said to he deficient in a
sense ul' humor, ihey must he. or
they would never attempt to excuse such political chicanery as
has heen exhibited by members
of the Laurier government.
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GIVE t S A TRIAL.
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/fa\   ii.iniiiiiii'ka dcslu I tor .'ilin- mako you the possossor.   'l'h,'
'.U^  tort, but Miiinitth ami durabll- mnotiiil »1 uomfort to be tie-
MN   ">'»ro Imnireil bj  the oxeep. rltroil from one will be worth
tii .uiil qtiullt- nt nuilerlals uai-i! i,.n ttmeH tin* cost,   Coinein
in il"'if mlrtiotloii, unil boo thom.   Our priues aro
(nun (1.00 iu ♦u.m).
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L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
Wentworth Hole
Baker Street,      Cranhrook, B.C.
ill
Lighted   By  Electricity
- Heated By Hot Air   -
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
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PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
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Peculiar conditions have
existed during tin1 past admin,
istration uf tlie Liberal party,aud
these conditions have assumed ti
more serious tendency. Scandal,
the must gross in the history of
the Dominion, is found tloatiuir
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
oceans.
...
During the coming year every
foot of land in the vicinity of
of Cranbrook will be taken up
either by purchase or preemption.
• • •
Doing stunts and talking loud
will give a man notoriety, but
it's making good that gives him
a solid reputation.
• • •
The big minesof the Cranbrook
district are setting an example,
and making good the record of
being the largest silver-lead producing mines in Canada.
• • •
There is every reason to
anticipate a season of increased
activity and profit, making, in
the lumbering and mining industries in IHO".
• • •
Even the "old Man" expects to
wake up some day and find himself famous. But there may be
a slip, and the "old Man" only
get so far as the walking point.
% ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE CALGARY, ALTA 3
NOTICE.
To Margaret A. Kean, Kd. Ford,
Owen .Tone** and Fritz Rebotzkl, and to
any other party or parties to whom the
aforesaid persons may havi- tram
ferred bis or her interest in the "Tip
Top" and "Defender'' Mineral Claims
situate on the divide between Wasn
uml Diorlte creeks in the Fort Steele
Mining Division of Kust Koolenny His-
tricl in the Province of British Colum*
bia:
Take notice that you are hereby required wit Iii 11 ninety days from the
tirsi publication or this notice to pay to
the undersigned the Bum of Blghl
hundred dollars being the amount expended by him <>n your Interests in the
said mineral ulatins, stnoo the year
1901, for assessment work.
Ami further take notloe thut unless
rmid payment together with ull uostsof
advertising, Is paid within thu time
uimvi- stated your Interests in ths said
olaimsshall lapse to the undersigned on
account of said expenditure,
This notice is given under section 4
dI iln- M im-rul Ael Aiiimulment Ael
1900,
Datod ihi- Otll day of May, A.D., l!«>7
IU Alex Poison
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NOTICE.
Oolil    Ci
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oaring King
ro,   V
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Stivii
Iktnir,
nil
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IH't'ul Claims.
Kusi
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'nn Steele Mil
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Wh,
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-On tbedlvldo
beuvoo
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lilt-
iiiiii Hell Ronrlug Creeks.
'Take Moiice thul I. Jninea A. tl
I' b 910 «s Agent (or John Swsnao
¥rm-     Miner's    Certltti-ate
intend,    sixty    iluys   Iron)   the
sppty
tin
( Itnpr
> HIllltiK KiTorder for forilli-
meuts,for lho purposeorob-
t nf eacli of tin- iinove
tuiiiin-- ji (Town i
claims.
And further tuke notice that notion, untlei
section '.t~. must be com me need before the Issuance of sueii Certificates of Improvements,
Dated this'.'ml day of October, A.D.. 1900.
38 .(. A. Harvey
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay,
Take notice tbiit Alvin s. Trow, ol Cranbroolt
K.c. occupation miner, Intends to apply
for * special timber license over the following
described lands:
Commencing at u posl planted at tbe norlh-
west corner of P. Byron's timber licence xwur
Perry Creel: and on the south line of Umber
licence S-B39, tbence west 'JO chnlm*. thence
south nh chuins. thence east it) ohalns, tbence
north 140 chains to point of commencement,
tind containing280acres, more or less.
Alvln S. Trow
Dated July I5lh,1907, SB
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take notice thnt Fred W, Mitchell, of Klk-
mouth, B.C., occupation lumberman. Intends
to apply for pprmlNKkm to purohaso the follow
Ing described lands:—
Commenoing at a pout planted at tbe southwest comer of Michael Roeser's Pre-emption
No. WT. tbence due oast to the western bound,
ary of Lot 8W, thenco south in chains, tbence
west to tbe bunk of tbe Koolenny Kiver. thence
followlnnsHid bank northerly to Die pIhcs of
commenoement, uml containing 390 sores, more
or tess.
Pred W. Mitchell
Duted July Ith 1907. 39
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OUR CURED MEATS
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goods,   put ti|
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IP. BURNS & CO., Ltd.|
Himil Office,
Calltury. AlWiirtli.
Mnin OIIIib for Eu«t Knotoniiy,
Crunbrook, B. 0
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THK   LKADlMi   PRUIT STOHK
Choice Okanogan Fruit:
BAKTMTT PEARS
APPLES, PRUNES, PEACHES
PRESERVING CHERRIES
RASPBERRrES
Choice loinatoeh and GuGiituberb
Stewarts Fine ChocolateH
HAZELWOOD ICE CREAM
Hugh Stewart
Plione 75       ftrmsirono, ftve.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty day
nfter date T intend to apply totheChlef
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria, B.C., for a licence to prospeet
for Coal and Petroleum on the .following desorlbed hinds situate in Southeast Kootenay British Columbia, Canada:
1. Commenotng at. a post plant ed
adjacent to the lit mile post on tbe
Canadian Pacific Railroad boundary
lino between Block hVH! and Hloek
45HH and being the southwest corner
post of Peter McNicol location, thonee
north SO chains, thenee east HO eliains.
thenee south 80 ehains, thenee west 80
chains to plaoo of boglnnlng containing
040 acres more or less.
Located this 14th day of June 1907,
Peter McNicol, Locator
(ieo. M. .hold. Agent
2, Commonelng at a post planted adjacent to the i:t mile post on the Canadian Pftulflc Railroad boundary line
between Hloek 4AB3 and Hloek ir.su ami
being tlie northwest eorner posl of
•lames Dunbar location, thenee south HO
chains, thence eusl K0 chains, thenre
north 80 chains, thonco west ho chains
to idura of beginning cnntulnlng 040
acres more or Ichh.
Located this 14th day of June, 1V07.
■lames Dunbar, Locator
(Ieo. M. Judd, Agent
:i,   ('oiiiineiiciiiij at a poM plantttd ud-
jacent to the if. mile post on the Canadian Paclflo Railroad boundary line between  Block 4Mi:i and Black 45AH and
beitifj"  the southwest   corner   post  of
Charles French location, thence norlh
ho chains, tbence cast HO chains, thence
nouth NO chains, theuce west 80 chains
to placo of beginning containing 1140
acres more or loss.
Located this Mi I. day of June, 1007.
Charles French, Locator
(ico. M. Judd, Agent
4.   Cottltnoucltfg at a post planted ad-
Jacent to the Ifi milo post on the Canadian Patslllo Railroad boundary line between  Block 451111 and Hloek 4580 and
being the northwest corner poHt Joe
Tannhauser location, tbence suuth uo
halus, thenco east HO chains, thence
north HO chains, tlience west 80 chulliH
to plaee uf beginning containing 040
acres more or less.
Located this Uth day of .Tune, 1007.
Josopb TanuhauBer, Lwator
2H Quo, M, Judd, Agunt
A  Complete   Line of  Fishing Tackle
Best that there is.
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone  7 4 The   DrUggiStS#
,.K        Stoi'o t'liiM'a at n ii.m, exueiittnz Saturtlay nlirhts anil i-vt'ititt
/)(^ liofore imbllu holidays,
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Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
H, f ;ii       When you want a  good
eadquarters tor mining   B ' h
,   , , ,■ * place   to  stop  come to tne
men and old timers. vi '      .   ,        h
"• Manitoba.
d, a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Tour Money's Worth
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Groceries, Fruit, Confectionery,
Cigars and Tobaccos
CMPB&LL1 MfflM
Prof easlona 1.
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BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBBOOL,    -    B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Granbrook •   • Kritisli Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
luruusTKi., boucivor
uiul NOTAItY  I'lilll.lr.
Oranbrook, B.C
6. rl. Thompson
Smt   HARRISTRR * SOLICITOH
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OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Craubrook, li.t'.
THOMAS   McVITTIK
P.lw.S. * C.B.
Port 8teelo B.C.
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Pliusician u»d Surgeon
OFPICK AKMSTKONU AVB,
lloitlis:   ll to 11 a.m. •! to 4 p.m.
" to M p.m.
Phono Ofliuo 105    IteaiUeiioi' lull
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL OROER EAGLES
Meet ovory Friday ut 8 p.m.
Visiting  Brothers Cordtall)-   liivlmd
CHAS. Smith, W, Pi'usldeiil
M. D. B1LLIN08, Sou)*.
Aorle Physician, P, I), llox 28.
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| Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO. 125.  R. A. M.
Regnlut- meetlnge:—2nd Tuesday in enoh month ut eight
o'elook.
Sojoiii'uiug Companions uro
eordially invited.
WM, I''. Tatk, Suribe E,
BOS  4        I'KANllROOK, H. C.
ANCIENT ORDER g FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS  2NI1   AND  mi  THURSDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting  bretherti   cordially   invited
C. It..    Vi. P. MACDUNALP
Seorctary, W. HENHKKSON
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
I'lione 57. Hetul Office Calgary,
WHOTjBSALK and retail dealers in
AU Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. . .
Our iiieiil   is always  Irtish,  as ull our Imnl' is kill ed iu
Oluiibi'i mii.
FOUND
ON BAKER BT„.ONK lllioll WKST OP
IIII.I. A'   I'll.    Tlio only pluee In town
■. thut, nun main- life worth the living,
ote
E. H. SMALL, Manager
iMiutmutmutv
D. J, JOHNSON
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[Tonsorial Parlor i
For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
TO Walter B. Laing „&
Baker Street, Cranbrook, B.C.
.MitiiUMmiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiu;
W. R. BBATTY
I'liilartalU'i.
KHilmlin.-r,
I'-llllurs) Ulrm'tiir
CIIANIIHOOK, III'.
iluimuiiuiuumuuniHimiumHiuuimmnHnnimunlllt,
Oordwood for Bale.
Carpenter % Builder
(iootl WorU at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop Lewis St
I am prepared to supply, good
tlry stove wood, in any length or
quantity, Loavo orders with
(I. T. Rogers, tlio grocer, Beale
A, ISI well.
R. b. Baron
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
steam Dollom and Kiii'iiueo Work a
Spoolal ty.
Cost ami Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
Tlie latent. In Aoiildentand Illnenn In-
miranto by the oIiIohi and itufiml attlll-
dent company In the world.
IHSIIKIi ONLY IIY TIIE
Railway Passengers
Assurance Co.
OK LONDON, KNOLANI).
The ALL ACCIDENT ami ALL
ILLNESS POLICY covers acci
dents for a period of L'OO wewks
lUKNTIh'Il.'A'riON
If the Assured shull hy reason of Injury be unable to ooinmunleuto with
friends, the Company will upon reeoint
of ti telegram or other message, liume-
dlatoly transmit siiah Information re-
spootlng him U, his relatives or friends
und will defray the expenses necessary
te put the Assured lu care of frlendB,
provided suoli ox|ieiisos shall notes-
teed the sum of "Iisi.ihi.
INBURANCB THAT INSURES
CLAIMS PAID OVER (27,000,000
Fred. W. Swain
IHSTKIOT AGENT
LOCAL AOENT WANTED
Craubrooli,B.C., Armstrong Av. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBUOOK, H C, JULY ST, I!*''
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THE   CRANBROOK
nhid mom im
HAVE 1 FEW SHARES STILL TO DISPOSE Of
D©NT  WHIT
Until the first consignment of bricks come to town, when the stock will be
sold off the market immediately, but get in now and secure your allotment of shares
25   Per   Cent   Down
BEALE   6c   ELWELL
Cranbrook, B. C        -        -        Official Brokers
rKANlH.OPK I.ANH DISTRICT
Dlstrlot of Kiiuiriii.y
T-ke nu'ii'ii tlml vv. R. sinlili. uf Helen.*,
oltu'-ui1"H dor lot', in Lends to Kpply fnr it h( in I
timber lloauee ever tiie following described
Itmdi:
t'oiiiiu.'iii'im; at a punt planted on thu fast
boundury ot Work i.v.ii commencing at tlie 8
uille post, thence east 100 chains, tlience north
Wchalns. thenee wiwl lHOohulus, thenee south 40
■jhaiiis tn point oi commencement, uml containing mu ueres. more or less.
vv. it. Smith
C. Unletme, Agent
Dated July IOih.1907, 39
OHANUllOOK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootonuy.
Take notloe that l, John Swlaher, of Spokane
oooupiuion earpentev. Intends to upply (or u
special timber lleenee over the following io-
Ncrlbt'il lands:
Ooiqmenolng nt a pint planted ut Mie north-
weui corner of W. it. Smith's timber limit
tbence norlh 8u chalna, thonoe east ho uhalns,
thenee Bouth 80 chains. I hence weHt 80 chains to
i'iiiiii nf cumineiivetneut, mid containing (HO
aureB moro or leas
John Swisher
C. t'nlcuiie. Agent
DateilJoly lull*. 1007.
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
Dlstrlot of Kooteuay.
Take notltie that JamoB  A.  Harvey.
of Cranbrook, It. 0. occupation Solicitor
lot otitis to apply fnr u apeulal timber |
licence ovor the Following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planlod at a<
distance of 120 chains in an easterly
emirau from tlu* euM boundary of C. P.
K. Block 45!£ measured from the 23 j
mile post, thence south SO chains, j
thence west 811 i-hains. thence north 80
ehuins, theuee east HO ehuins to point of
commencement, and contain lug 04U
ueres more er less.
■lames A. Harvey.
Dated June 20th, 1W7. 28
H Cline
ill the nld Manitoba llarher Shop
eiiii now be found in the
MANITOBA HOTEL
Pirst Class Work in all branches
of the
Tonsorial Art
*%hs ©toevectof   p|uh nl *'• •"""■ Tliis '»
■va** yw»y»»w»       -tr-nlfyliig statement  to  ever,
8ATDUDAY, JULY 27, 11X)7.
hotly iii the pi'ovineo.
n
KIHTOttlM. ISOTJS8
CHANHHO IK LAND DISTRICT
District ol Kootenay.
Takii notice that l. Mrs, John Swisher, ot
Spokane. Intends to upply for a special limber
licence over the following desorlbed lunds:
t'umineneli'g at u post plantod on tho eust
buundnr.v of HI'ck-Cii'i commencing from the
No. a mih* post, tlience enst ISO chains, thence
•»uih 41) eliains. tlience writ 160 chains, thence
north 40 ehulns to point or commencement, anil
containing in ■ ueres more or lusi.
Mrs. juini Swisher
c. Ui.ic.mt', Ageut
Dated July luih. IWT. 39
URANBItOGK LAND 1HSTKICT.
District "i Kooteuay.
Take notice 1 lint Jam ■«  A.   llurvey,
of Cranbrook, IM.1. occupation Solicitor
intends in apply tor tt speeiui limber
lleenee   over   Hie   following  doHUI'thod
lands:
Cominuiiclnn m u po»i planlod mi the
uimt boundary *>t 0, P. IH. Block 46UU ut
u piiht marked "I, 4MI2" being lhe 20
mllu   post,   theuee aouth  I'll*  chain*,
thorn alii -to i'linin-., 11 io i me north ino
chains, tlionco west 40 ohalns to poinl
of eoiiniioMeeiiiimt, uud containing oio
Korea, more or le-..
.lumen A, Httrvoy,
Dated June 2iiih. 1007. 88
CUANKItOiiK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kooteuuy.
Take notice that James A.  Harvey,
of Crunbrook, li. C.occupation Solicitor
Intends to apply for a speeial timber
licence over the fallowing desorlbed
landa:
Oommenolng at a post planted on the
eust boundary of C, i\ it. Blook 45H2 ut
u post marked "I, 461)2M Boing tho 21
mile post, thenee north HO chains,
thenee east SO ehains, thenee south SO
chains, thence west 80 ehaius to point
of emniueneeuiL'ut. and ooiitnluliig 040
ueres, more or less.
J nines A. llurvey
Dated Juno 20th, 1007. 28
OKA NU HOOK LAND 1UNTKICT.
Dlatrlct nf Kootonay.
Take notice thai -lames A. Harvey,of
Craubrook, B.C., occupation Solicitor,
intends tn apply for a special tlmbor
liuouso over Ihu following dasurllwd
lands:
Coiuiuonulug nt ti iiiiiii planiud at ii
distltliooof 120 ehuins iu an easlerly
COUI'80 fl*Oin (he filsl In HI III 11,V oft'. I*. It.
Block   4602   measured   from   tho   28
mile   pnsl,    thetiee    tntrt.li    80  ehallls,
I)  WU«L 80 clmlllH, Ihenee snlllll   SO
ehains, them usl so ehaius in point of
rollinielieenieiil.,    Ullll    colli iii nillC/    tt-IU
ueres more or loan,
-lames A. Iluney.
Killed .liinc2Hlh. 1007, 38
School of Mining
A 0MUU Or WfUEB SCIIHtt,
Wmtti ll «•«•'• Uihenlly,
KINGSTON, ONT.
Fttr Caleadar of tbe School and further
{■formation, apply ta the Secretary, School
af Uiflifif, Kingston, Ontario.
Tlw Mttttei Cmtm arc altered:
l-Four Vcara' Courae for Degree of B.Bc.
II—Three Yearn' Court* for Diploma.
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6--Cheuii.tr y and Mineralogy.
t—Mineralogy and Geology,
tf—Chemical Rngiaeerlng.
/—Civil Bnglaeerlng.
/—Mechanical Engineering.
g—Rtectrlcal KnjI ner ring,
A- Biology and Public Health.        T
GEO. R. LtflSK & CO
All   kinds   of
constantly on hand.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
HHONIfl 114 P.O. BOX SUf
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
building    material
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTRICT.
District nf Kootonuy.
Tnko notice thai Kumiu Jowltt of VVarUner
1). C, wUlow Intonils to npply for permlsaloii to
purchaso tlm following deacrlbed land:
fjouunonoiugata poat planted nt Uie southwest corner of Lot I, Grout* i, Kootonuy lJis-
trlet, thenee soutli no chains, theuee east nt
ohulns, thenco uorth 80 ebalna, tlienee went un
I'lmins tn imiiii of L'oiniueiici'iiit'iit. uud eontuln*
Lug Mill -teres mure or less.
Kmiiiii .Tewitt,
Dutod June jltb 1007, ui
ORANBROOK LAND DISTKIOT.
DISTKICT OP KOOTUNAY.
Take notlCB tbat Wllllum NelaonotWurduer
occupation labourer lutoudato npply for per-
inlaslou iu purchuse the following floaerlbed
land:-
Commonelng al a post pluntod nt tint north-
eaal comer of Lot tn;iti. tbence north no elmlns.
thonco west lOehuliis, theuee aouth mi chuius,
thouoeeaRMOahalnntouolutofeoMinancament.
und containing SN acres, more or leas.
Wllllum Nelaon.
Duted June Utb, 1007, IM
CKANUUOOK  LAND DISTRICT.
Dlatrlct of Kuoteuny,
Tivko not Ieo ilim I'Ul wm ii Covell, nf Cnmbrook, neuiiputlou, proapector. lutenda in npply
inr a spi'i'iul tlmlii'i' lleonco over llm followltiK
ilowrlbed lauds:
cmiini'iH'liiH ni n poHtplniitnl ni iin' norlh
onat ooruei'ol Alex MeKoualo'hTtuiber Licence
nboul 10 ehaina eual of tho unpor uml <u tlm
cunyon mi iim Little Moylu ttlvur. tltenei
smiih to iiie Rouiliomt corner of tbo anld
licence, thenco woat 80 elitilna to tbo euat line
nf W S. Hells licence, tbence son Hi in Hi'
north line <>r Wilson's lleonco, llionco otiat u«
iin- w-si line of i:. Ilel s licence, tliunci
nortii i-M i'lialns, tlmt  wost lo Uio pluco oi
bOftliintuK con tni ill tin,,,ll, iiiM's. mon' or loss.
KdtvnrU Covoll
Muv lioili, 1007 •:«
DltANIJltnOK l.AMi iMSTKHT.
Dliirlci ol Kootonuy.
Tftko IIOLIuq ihul l.fsti-i' ClA|)|),   nl
i'tn ul it k   (n'i'ii|iHiiiui     riotolkoi'poi',
Inh'tnls tn;i|i|ilv tin' ll B|iuullll timber
lluonre ovor lho rolltmlny; ileimi'ilietl
lumls:
Cnniniunolna' til u |iu»i pliitilcd Hi)
iiliuliiH nisi ul Hie -U Mllu I'ihiI oil lim
Kasi LlnunfO. P. Li. DliHik 4DII2 Knst-
Kni'Ii'i.nv. llii'iii'i-i'.^I IU i'liuins,ilii'iii'u
IIIU-lll   Ilill i'liuins, Ilirlli-.J V.i'Sl -ID I'llllillS.
Ilionmi smiih ino uliulns to point of uom*
muiirt'intuit., nml I'iMilnliiiiitf 'HO iii'|'<*h,
(1101*6 or luss,
i.i'rilur < Hupp,
Iluli'il July llh. I»l>7. L'n
in  Till: sri'itKMi; inner UP ijimtism
com Mill A,
Mo twee N       Hticii Ciunoroii I'luliulff
uud
Tliomus iimi   Dufoiuluiit
I'liisniini mu Wrll oM'Ixecuilon IhbiioiI lioro
In uml duted tbo ltlth dny of July, iflOT. thero
win ho sold nt I'liiiHc Auction at Craubrooli
it. r, on the uiiiii day or .inly, tu tin* horn- of n
ui'loi-i- in tbo forenoon Ibe following kooiIk und
iibatiols, To Wlti
17 milk cows 7 dry cows
H two year nld uml yearlliitf heifers
•: sleet culvei I bull
i ninwiiiK machine   I rnku
I sleigh, I sett harimss, i Khso|Iiii.' bmiicli
ami other urtli-lcs COIlBlatltlg  nf HllOVela, hiiws.
mini •oburoelo, eta
Duted al (.'I'aiiiii'n.il, K  U  Mfll rls
llii» tnii dny yl July. IWT, bliunttb Dpty,
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTRICT,
  District of Kooknuy,
The word "perfect" Is the only • Tulle uotleo thut J. IMSrldBea.ofCrunbrooit.
word  iii the lingJish dictionary «.o»owui*u.m lumtoiroan.iniiimii. «; »w;»*
■   , tor ii spi'i'iul lltnber licenco ovor thu followinn
that so well describes the climate described inmis:
situation and homes of the   City      Commencing uu postpluntedBOubulnaenai
.,       .        . '     Ami 60 obalna south of tbo southwest eornor of
OI L.ranl)l'OOK. putrlek Kelley'apre-emption; iielun Lol 8100,
| thenoe cast in ehulns, thonco south 70 chains.
Don'l ciiitv your ti'oublosalong i|«>tii.-oVfo.tracbniu.tu. souiu n aimiiw.
IhulH't, woal In eliuins. tllOIIOQ 1,01'tll 115 rlijillis.
tlionco oust -Mi-liuiiis. tlionoo norili (HI elmlim to
lilnoo ur i.i'L'inuLtiK innl , alnlnn mo nope.
.1. P. Ili-ldgos
liIVs higliwity uml tlon'l ullow
oilier people lo -lump llietrs on
your sliouhlei'.
...
The four sweotost words iu lho
English lunguugo are "Enclosed
please liml cheque." Don'l Tor-
gel that your subscriptions urn
now due for 1907.
...
ll looks as If unybody who
fools Koreu milwuys ill lhe pre
sent lime was committing suicide,
(lives us the  Kooienay Central
Railway.
...
Why lhe .flips lefl  home,  and
whal happened in Frisco, is keeping the eyes of the world directed towards the Pad lie ocean i
...
It looks more and  more each
day us If lliere was'l  lo  he  any
k'oredi.)
...
A cor I nin class uf men uravor,i
much like drums.    Prom  heads
'hut hide a Im of emptiness great
uproars come,
...
The iit-si way io guard nguinsl
■achemes of griil'lnrs ttlltl keep up
lo date in general is to !«' u regular reader of this paper, ll Is
lho man who does noi rend his
homo paper who gets cnughl liy
'he gratters mul fakirs.
No Honing-No Grinding |
Get a CARBO-MAGNETIC
RAZOR TO-DAY on 30 days
trial from your dealer and
learn all about real shaving
comfort.
EVERY ONE OP
THEM
Unconditionally
GUARANTEED.
UHA3. E, REID & CO
Ci'uniji'otjli, U.C.  The Druggists
|i;ih'.l.h;iir*>Ui   I'.ii
UltANUUnOK I.ANIi DISTUICT.
Dislriel of Kooli'imy.
Take nutitie that Jiinios A. Harvey,
of Cranlii'ooki U.C, occupation Solicitor
intcails lo apply lur a opoulal timber
Lloeuco ovor Lln- following1 tlesci'lbutl
Uml.-:
Coinmoiutlny at a pom planted nn the
■■usi liiMiminfv ofC. I'. It. Itliii'k 451)2 at
u pout markeil 'I, 4.V.L'' Imlng lliu 20
iiiilc |)osl, Uieneo nortli so chains,
thonco oast 80 elmlns, thence south 80
ehaius, thonoo west 80 chains to point
nl oomnioncemont, ami containing tHO
aero», more or loss,
.I nun's A. llurvey.
Dui.'il June 26th, I0G7. 28
CANADIAN
PACIFIC]
R A I L W A Y|
Summer
Excursion Ratesl
East
l ii in Cranbrook
lu   U'illlli|ll^   JaULSl"
$52 50 To
Purl Ailliur    Sioux I'iiv
Sl, I'.-imI Uuiulii
Si   Luwis 8110.(10
l'liir.ii:n-jaiil,'!'! TllI'Dlllli *j"s.rii
i lilnwn * : .Im  Mulilroiil ijlMI
Kl. Jniiiis w.il.nil
llulifiix *lui.m.i
Tickets on Sale, Julu 3. 4,5.
ftiioust 8,9,10. Sept. 11,12,
13.
First Glass Round Trip
90 Days Limit
GniWHimiitlliii! iviiii'iimi- fi'oiiull
[{iioluiiiij |liiliiU),   Tii'lii'is aviilliililo
fill' lulu- r  Illi'lllllllm    Ilia innl
•ii-l'llu, im I,ik■ ■ -I.■;,,.,.■■■-.    Tliroil'rll
mlQHquolutl tu an.v Bliilluu iiiiiiii-iii.
.iiii-li r .Miii-iiiim1 iit'ovhiiinH in
il'l'lii'iiiiiin.
I. Mill-:, liu-iil nifotit, orwrlto,
13, -I. (Joylo, A.U.l'.A., Vii iin-i-
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SaasBBHMKsssaas
BAREFOOT
COMFORT
••ONE   OF  THE   14 "
Tha VmU ImU.
Tk. DsllrVMatoa ImU.
Th* elaim that a iho< U aa comfertabla a* a barefoot U a pretty strong: claim, but we claim tt for the
Dolly Varden Shoe and our agent in your city it ready
to prove our claim. By trying on a few pair* you can
■oon And out.
Why are they comfortable ?
Because they are copies of perfeA feminine feet
which allow the feet to lie in their natural position.
Because of their free Flat Tread.
Because of their newly devised, restful steel arch
support whieh relieves the fatigue muscles of the
arch and prevents crowding of the toes Into the narrow front of the shoe, by holding the heel close to
the bacK.
Because of their Dead Level Ball and Heel
Balance, whieh places the feet on the ground as
nature Intended.
Because of their Harmless High Heels whieh are
as comfortable as moccasins.
Because they hold the foot firmly at every point
In a corset-HKe grip.
And because of their new "velvette kid" leather,
which Is as soft as cloth.
grlkOO and $4.00 in Canada or the States. Every
pair Goodyear Welted.    (To be continued.)
The Fink Mercantile Co.
AGENTS, Cranbrook, B.C.
THE DOLLY VARDEN SHOE
THE   SHOE  OF   FOURTEEN   NEW   FEATURE!
corrmoHT. no j, av the
DOLLY  VARDEN   SKOl   CO.
BOSTON MONTREAL
% CRANBROOK     ■
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^Guests Comfort a Specially   Good Stabling in Conneclion %
NuavoKl to riiilrii'iil ilo'iol.   Ras Rccoinmo-
ihiliiuis   lur   llm   public   unoquulled   in h
Oi'iinbl'oolr, THE PKOSPKGTOK. ORANBROOK   B. C, JULY 2",  Mt
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Davies1 Canned Meats"
WE HAVE JUST K'Ki*l-l\ RU  \ SHIPMENT OF
Davies' Relishes
A \ li
Canned Meats
"DAVIES" NAME stands for l'l ti,\i'\ ami l-:\i I'.l.l J'.M'!■:
ln thr Pure Food investigation the sanitan conditio! s
cl Davies melt packing establishment were found to be in
perfect shape, I'he compart) were exonerated from .ill fraud
which assures the public that cleanliness is rigidl) enforced.
AUK'S
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ami DESIRABLE APPETIZERS ABOUND
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nHIl ©        MATCHABLE ARRAY of DAINTY DIStlES llroel You,
OurOoods are
(jUARANTtED
MONEY BACK    99
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| Iimi Bods call at Tho Palm, {
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College Girl
Bark Sirens        Oolil Baml
mnl all Fronli.
J Um* 'lliiiiii' Made" Candle
J AIllS TllK  BI5ST
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Why Cough to The Coffin
T R Y
CHANBROOK I.ANIi DISTRICT.
Dislriel of Son lb Kusi K mile tiny.
9 notice thui PkuI Hatidley, ol Cranbr
rOCllpatlotl   livcryiimn.   Inli'inls   to apply
pMi»im i*"''*'i >»"rthe loitowtni j),-, Scott's Prescription
No. !•!» or
®he Itawpector.
.escribed lands:
Commenoing m h post planted two anil ** halt
mill's soutli ot Block .ui. tlience edit to chains.
tJionce 1011th 80 olmlim, tbenoe went m chains,
tbence north no chains, thonoe fast 40 ohnlns to
point ot commencement, mnt containing WO
iim
Cold Cure Tables
They do the work and arrest
the most stubborn cold.
<■ Beattie & Atchison
ORANBROOK LAN.) DISTRICT.    '        Wher„  „ pay8  "„  De,|
District at Kootenay. *
Take notice that John Id-id of Cranhrook.!    CRANBROOK  LAND DISTRICT.
nne her, intends m »|-|-]-f for District of Kootenay.
Talto notice tbal C. A. Qaskill of Kimberley
Dated June 30th, 191
111
I'aul MiMfii.
thu followltiK desi'Hbed
NOTICE
- iir
i hi If; I
Klvon, unit thirty day« aftor
i>i• iv to tho Chief romi-iis
■donor of hands and Worka and tho Amlstfinl
Uommlaslonor of Unila nnd Works lor the
Ulstrlol of v.i\-i Kooionny for it llconae to pros
pent for coal and pctrolimin on lhe following
Mis
Ci'iilioii No. 1
Situate and iidjnc
rJ9tfBaiid "".i of Lol i
Cl
i nifi
ii C 'i I
Kusi i .nri. i- I
iiit'Ni.i'iii Uns
Norili HU chilli
south **o olioli
point of coin
acres more or
till!   SOtltll   tO   l.i-
iili:
nr oi D. Uyrlo'ac|Hlm thenci
nco wmi so Dhalns tlionci
moo eaal sn chnlni lo tin
intent nmi containing i;l
Lock tod Uii- Will dny o
jane
Silt
? n t. iliun loonto
Locntlon N
ni.
umladjaconi on the Wnnl to Lol Q989
Corbin group nf I'luims CommonclitM al h
poHt planted at the North linal corner being the
Initial post ndjiicent to thu South Kual corner
of D. T. Ham's claim tbence soutli 90 ebains
llioiiue west KOt'haim thenn* north wi chains
thonee eau SO chaiiiK tu poinl ofcoramencemeni
and containing ttin teres i  or Icai    Located
this 29th day of June ISP! l> Ityriu loentor J
Kb In i itgei ■
Location N'o ;i
Situ a I oi   ibe Soulh   lo   n
Ryrh s I'ialm and wesi nf lol ftiw Corbin group
of claims. '.■■!■■ .- li n posl planted ni the
Soul i u ■ nu iml ■■- r the n tial pom
.'•.'■ mill irti .;.-,,'  ;.   Shit iti
lience Wesi   ISO
tbence ai theuce eaal  ISO
;■" mil contain
ing ■'" ■!■■" i more a ,o< ited  tills  Nth
dayof June •> • v. irkln nmtor, I Piaber
agent
i...!■■..,■ No I
Situate ami adjacent on the South lo u h
Lnrkin s claim Commflncfiiit m :i post planted
at the Nortii Kual corner IteiiiR the Initial post
adjacent to the south oast corner0 ll Larkfn -
claim theneesi ith ohnli Ibence wost 130
chalna un'iii'i north -10 chains, thence east 120
chains to the poini ol commencement ami oon-
tolnlngtHO acres moro *>i leas. Looated this
39th da> ol -I mu- in", ii simlta locator ,L Plaher
.gen i
Wwtt corner hi in
ihe
Initial p
ml iiiljauunl in
ol Lm ii;<
1 thence North
no chain* i" ibe
-mu
1 i.lar
v  Of   LOI  OBflg,
police oast ion ri
■ in
ilmm1'- m
uth no chains
to the North boui
hirj
ol l.ol I'i'
i. Lhonoa want
100 ohnlns to poln
uf 1
ii ncm
ii-nt ami I'on-
Mining <VI0 iii'ii-s
or  |i"-s
Loiiiti'il   tills
28th day of J	
I'JOI
.in k    locaior
,j. piihot Agont,
80
niidH
li.r,, lumberman. Intends to spply for a ipeclal
llmbor licence over the following described
mr ai a pusi planted HI Un
"""";l" ,! '■ '<"■ " ''' "'""   '"."-Ilni,,, Ins   at a poit plained W i-kilis
north mnl 60 chains west of the southwest corner of Lut I8TS, thence south l.m cbalni, thence
a-eaLAO ohains, theneu north \m chains, theuce
east rid ohalns to place uf beginning containing
, . ,, , I iho aoroi more ur less.
John Unlit (j. A. OmwU
Dated July IHth, uwr. *;        Dated June 88,1907, 37
'll-lil V chains, Uicnccsonth forty chains, thenoe
asi sixty uhalns, thenco north twenty clialns,
iluu -asi twenty chalna, thence north twenty
i'liuins to point of commencement,uml contuln*
Sterling Silver
A  piece of STERLING   SILVER  is always appreciated,
TEA SPOONS   COFFEE SPOONS
BERRY SPOONS  SUGAR SPOONS
BUTTER KNIVES
COLD MEAT FORKS
CREAM LADLES  SUGAR TONUS
Wm. F. TATE
THK JEWELER
,p I'.  Wm.ii Impscton ii-uwa' Neal pii«» Uivi.iou
NOTICE
G.F.R. Land and Town Lois
■■The public an- hereby cautioned not to deposit
refuse ur j^iirljage on any vacant lols, or land, the
property  ol   the  Canadian   Pacific Railway Com
puny in this Townsite."
j. S. DENNIS,
Assistant to the 2nd Vice President.
JOE   MARAPODI
SHOE   SHOP
Repairing a Specialty
Craubrook, H.C.
SATURDAY, .ll'I.Y ■ft. 11)07
LOCAL NEWS.
li. T. Richardson of Fort
Steele was In town Tuesday,
Dr, Harvie of Moyie wusiti lhe
cily Momlay.
Otis Staples, Win. Staples.and
O, Brawler of Wycliffe were
Cranlirook visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Watson of
Mnrysville was in the cily Tuesday.
E. J, Clayton ol Marysville
was al the Cosmopolitan Tuesday.
ft. Malladaine, C. P. R. timber
inspector came down from
Creston Tuesday on business,
In tlio silent hours of the
night, we miss that old refrain
"Hit il once more and lake it."
E, Dempsie of Spokane, and
J. B. Langley of Albert,!,, were
guests al the Cranbrook Sunday
last.
J, C. Gates, O. Richards, (i.
L Pedlar and 11. Oldiiins of
Fernie were guests al the Oranbrook Tuesday.
Fred. Ritchie of Nelson, l{.
Less of Crows Nest, and Fred
Robinson of Winnipeg were
registered al Ihe Cranbrook
Tuesday.
Alt'. Erickson was down from
WyclilTe Sunday last.
C. Harris, came up from his
Kootenay river ranch Thursday,
He reports that the crops are
looking line, and thut haying has
commenced.
CORPORATION
OP THE CITY
OP ORANBROOK
THANK LictNL-fc-M an; luiw d
n and i>
Willi
at
hi-olll.e of tlii*  ell
clerk.
liifiHi'iiuiis »r
li
h by-law will lie alrl
■tly end
reed.
'I'HOS.
M.  liOHEHTS
City Cl.
rk
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Take uoiiee that I William Staples o'. Wy-
pltffe B. C. occupation lumberman, Inland to
apply tor permission io purchase the fullowitii;
described land:—Commencing at a poit planted (Ochalui west of the wcki boundary or Lul
CMS, thence nortb so chains, thence enst tr>
chuins more or less to the western boundary or
Lol :;imi ibence south rVO chains more or less to
tbe bank of ihe St. Marys river, thence follow-
iiiK the St. Marys river In a westerl}' dlrecllvii
to tbe pluee or beginning uud containing Six)
acres more or less.
William siapies.
Duted July 3rd. 19UT. 80
MIGHTON'S
GIGflRSTORE
GALLAHERS"
IRISH TWIST
THICK and THIN
S. J. MIGHTON
I     THE   TOBACCONIST.
:^;td>ij*t^.ft;ft:ft7ft-ft:9ft * } *c^x^3^x^x^3K^
fit pays to Buii from J. D. McBride"
ftNy CARPENTER 3
Can make a cupboard, and 5
call it a refrigerator, and a °
Rl'eat ninny people lose track "
or the fact that to gel full §
value from  the  lee in one, Z
careful construction and de- •
siffn are necessary. i
Our lines aro so construe! ■ 5
oil   Unit   the   GREATEST
KKNIU/rs   from  the SMALLEST AMOUNT OP ICE
cun he obtained-— a very essential feature during the extreme hot weather.
CRANBROOK
one Niolit only   Sat. August 3rd
EILER'S
fa ol le Cattle h
UNDER
CANVAS,
30 People 30:;
Evening Performance Only
CONCERT BAND
and ORCHESTRA
Street Parade at Noon
Summer Hosiery
Ladies Tan Hose, lace front.. . ^51:. per pair
Ladies White Hose, lace front . 40c. per pair
Ladies Black Hose, lace front..    35c. per pair
Summer Shoes
Children's White Canvas     $   75
Misses White Canvas        1.00
Women's White Canvas $1,25 and $1.75
Men's White Canvas j.'.uo, J-'.25, $2.50
AT
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
Cut Glass, Hoots, Shoes, Rubbers, Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery.
f $##*«##*#!**$#********##*#
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iACAL
KSHE
|J.D.McBRIDEj
JCranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE?
ftXaftXA{^1t^^
DONT MISS IT
Ladies Blouses ONE FOURTH OFF
Ladies 1'arasols    " " "
f      Ladies Millinery JUST HALF PRICE
I      A Pile of Ladies Skirts    "       "        "
9      Balance of our Novi Modi Suits.ONE THIRD OFF
T       Misses, Cirls and Ladies Shoes   One Quarter Oil       I
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- Make  Tour   Choice
While the Stock Is Complete
Reid & Co.

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