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Vol. 11.
CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1905.
No. 68.
UOOKKT MATCH
Intermediate! vs. Seniors Contest
Christmas Day.
That was a bright idea In
the minds ot the Intermediate Hookey Club that
prompted them to arrange (or a
hockey match on Christmas day
Turkey, plumpudding and mince
pies are good but a little recreation on the side Is a very fine
complement.
The game was called for 8:80
and soon the sides lined up as
follows I
INTERMEDIATES SENIORS
F. McConnell, Goal, E. Johneon
W. Greer, Point, W. H. Wllaon
P. Puttoo. Cover P., F. E. Sherbaneau
K. Hamilton, L.Wlng, J. McConnell
T. Gallon, R. W., P. Chapman
S. Morrla, Centre,       C. Graham
A. McPeak,       Rover,      C. H. Preet
The game started with a rush
and in a few minutes S. Morris
safely landed tbe puck between
the bars. After the face off
again the seniors captured the
puck and a few swift passes and
Prest found the stakes thus tying the score. The large number of spectators, now realized
that there was something doing,
and began to wake up and applaud the work of each side ss
occasion arose. McConnell in
goal received a few well earned
ovations as the Seniors pounded
him to no effect always finding
that the pads were there.
From this on the Intermediates
had the game well in hand for
the first half. Patton shone out
clearly while lifting the puck at
centre and placing it in goal utterly deluding all tbe other players. The Seniors worked hard
but found Greer always at his
post who was one of the coolest
and surest players on the field
Now comes a quick pass from
side to centre and Gallon is there
and makes it three to one.
Again in a very short time,
Gallon does the trick and half
time is sailed, making it 4 to 1
for Intermediates.
In the second half the Seniors
are determined to win out and
they showed their old skill when
after tha face off tbe puck is secured and Chapman passes from
centre to right wing and scores
in 40 seconds.
•lust at this time an accident
occurs, in which E. Sherbaneau
is laid off for a few minutes.
The play runs quickly along and
Graham always in place secures
the puck and soon lands it twice
ii goal. The tables are turning
il is now 4 to 4. Morris secures
tiie puck and makes it 5 to 4.
lime is nearing a close who
shall win? And now Chapman
shines agaiu and it is 5 to 5, and
thus t stands at tho close.
Th» playing was good and it
is sa'e to say there is not a
notictble weak point in the team
The Seniors of course are not
organzed aud thus we will not
critiz, them. The Intermediates
have food material and as citizens ve should all support them
this siason and enable them to
carry off the honors in the
league.
Th« first match of the league
will ba played on the home rink
on New Years day when Moyie
will visit this place. Let every
enthusiast be present and encourage the boys.
The programme will be published later and more details in
regard to the arrangements of
the different clubs and sections
of the league.
While waiting for a stiok P.
Patton accidentally received a
nasty blow on the face from the
puck. He soon revived and
finished the game.
J. Staples ptoved himself an
A. 1. referee, cool, deliberate
and quick iu all decisions, he
gave satisfaction to all.
Christmas Day in Cranbrook.
Christmas passed off this year
in the usual good manner. The
merchants have had a good holi
day trade anil are thus quite
jubilant. In every line there
was distinctly marked tho feeling of prosperity.
The churches on Sunday hold
special services in all of which
there was special music and addresses suitable for the occasion,
In the Roman Catholic church
midnight mass was held when
the church was crowded to the
doors. The Methodist church
was forced to carry in extra
seats to accommodate tho crowd.
The people have not only been
prosperous in material things
but also met together to bow the
knee to subjection to Him who
rules over land and sea and
smiles upon all inviting to a
more perfect form of life.
POPULAR YODNG PEOPLE WED
LOCAL NEWS.
Miss Marguerite M. DeNoon Be
comes Mrs. 0. E. Tannhauser—
Both An Well Known in
Buffalo.
Antwerp, Dec. 14.—0. Ernest
Tannhauser aud Miss Marguerite
M. DeNoon. both of Buffalo,
were married at the Congrega
tional parsonage by the Rev.
Duncan McGregor at 7 p. m. on
Tuesday.
Following the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Tannhauser hurried to
the Foster house where Mr.
Tannhauser makes his quarters,
only to find awaiting them a
surprise at the dining room,
where they were served with a
grand display of delicacies completed by a wedding cake which
filled the center of the table.
Tbe room was decorated with
evergreens and holly.
Mr. Tannhauser is a graduate
ot the University of Buffalo and
Is very popular among his fellow
students. He came here about
four weeks ago and has tbe
position as pharmacist at G. B.
Perley's drug store having been
given the degree of P.H.B. |rtrs.
Tannhauser is very populal- in
Buffalo being the daughter of
Donald DeNoon who has charge
of the Pullman car works at
Buffalo.
Mr. Tannhauser was formerly
a resident of Fort Steele w aere
his parents still reside, aid a
brother of Miss Francis and Miss
Lillie Tannhauser of Cranbrook.
The days are getting longer.
A. K. Watts, of Wattsburg.
was in town, Friday.
Frank DeRosier was in town
tor several days this week.
Win. Crosley of Bayard was
in the city Thursday.
G. H. Williams, Wardner, was
in the city Thursday on business
Just arrived a car load of Hay
and Grain, A. C. Bowness.
Have you registered? The
city voting list will close today.
C. M. Mansfield is acting as
chief train dispatcher these days.
Fred Robinson, of Winnipeg,
was in town, Friday,
Thomas Wardman returned
this week from Montreal.
M. D. Billings baa purchased
a fourth interest in the Herald.
W. H. Galliher, M.P., of Nel-
son,passed through Cranbrook
on Wednesday on his way east.
James Neil of Marysville was
in the city Wednesday on business.
Harry Drew and James Find-
lay spent several days this week
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walsh of Fort
Steele wore visiting friends at
Cranbrook Wednesday.
H. S. Rainbow of Kaslo was a
guest at the Cranbrook Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson ol
Marysville were in town on
Tuesday and were registered ai
the Royal.
J. P. Fink returned Thursday
from a business trip to Creston,
Spokane Junction and other
points on the Crow line.
Mr. and Mrs G. T.
tertained • Dumber
Tuesday evening at
dred."
Rogers en-
of friends
"five hun-
The Presbyterian church will
be formerly opened on Sunday.
January 7th. Rev. Ralph Conner will conduct the services.
Mr. and
Christmas
guests of
Pownall.
Mrs. Erickson spent
at Fish Lakes, the
Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
.1. C.  Shields of
registered  at    the
Wednesday.' '.>.>,.
Regius was
Cranbrook
Want Better Terms.
Hon. Richard McBride, Pre
mier of British Columbia, was at
the King Edward, Toronto, last
week.
His chief mission east was to
get some assurance from the
Dominion Government that this
province would get better terms.
"You may say that an election
will take place in due course. I
take strong objection" he said to
the Toronto Telegram "to the
treatment of the province by the
Marine and Fisheries department
In the other provinces theDomin-
Ion has, In accordance with the
B. N. A. Act. built the wharves
on all navigable waters. In British Columbia they have all been
built by the province, save a few
exceptions. In the Maritime
Provinces the cost of maintain
ing the fisheries has been borne
by the Dominion, while British
Columbia has had to protect and
propagate its own fisheries. We
have received about 25 cents for
every dollar paid by us as fish,
eries revenue to the Dominion.
H. E. Epstein, Winnipeg, was
registered at ~ the" t;ranbro6»
Thursday.
J. D. Green, of Windermere,
was a guest at the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Those who stir up the fires of
anger get burned with the
flames of their own making.
On Wednesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Jeffares entertained
a number of guests at a 500 party.
R. H. Bohart, of Wardner,
was doing business in Cranbrook,
Wednesday.
Alex Moffat and daughter have
gone to Lethbridge on a holiday
visit.
Crow Line Telegraphers will
give a dance on the evening of
January 12th in Wentworth hall,
Mr. D. R. Yates of the Staples
Lumber Company paid a visit
to Cranbrook this week.
You will have to hurry for the
good things, for new year, are
going fast at Chas. E. Reid &
Co., the druggists.
Get a box of cigars for your
smoking friend at S. J. Mightons
the tobacconist, and you will get
the kind he likes.
Mr. Archie Vroom of Pincher
Creek is spending a few days in
the city, a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reid.
Mr. Claude Vroom of Moyie
spent Christmas with friends at
Cranbrook and is at present engaged with C. E. Reid St Co.
At this season of the year the
hotels suffer. The commercial
travellers have gone home for
the Christmas holidays.
Items of Interest.
"Legal expenses," like charity,
cover a multitude of sins.
Alaska now claim's that she
has vast coal fields, as well as
vaster cold fields.
A trolley line from the Atlantic
to the Pacific is being talked of.
Kindly accent the "talked."
"You can't," says Thomas A.
Edison, "work too hard or too
much." With such an idea Mr,
Edisou would find it hard lo be
contented as a life insurance
director
Government Agent J. F. Armstrong, Provincial Assessor A
C. Nelson, and J. A. Harvey
were at Fernie, Friday, attending a court of revision.
Mr. Geo. Cartwright and Mr.
J. Fowler were home from Creston to spend the Christmas holidays and returned on Wednesday
to their mill work.
A beautiful Christmas present
arrived in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Boyle this week, a bounc
ing baby hot. on the morning ot
the 26th.
Thomas Christian left on Wed
nesday's train for his old home
in England. He will be away
from Cranbrook for about six
weeks. We wish him "hon voy
age."
Don't forget tbe K. of P. and
Odd Fellows dance on the even-'
ing of January 1st, which will
be given in their new hall. No
invitations have been issued, but
everybody is invited.
Postmaster Beattie reports
that.this.sear, heats all past
records in the number of Christ-
mas gifts dispatched and received at the Cranbrook post
office.
The merchants of Cranbrook
aro very much pleased with the
volume of business for the holidays Nearly every store-keep-
in town announces a large increase iu business in the holiday
trade over that of last year.
Mr. J. Becker who looks after
the retail business of the Staples
Lumber Co. and who makes his
headquarters at Calgaiy, spent
TnesdayVamt' Wednesday in town
Leaving on Wednesday for
headquarters.
RoyCbenette, of Marysville,
had a narrow escape on Friday
last. He made an attempt to
walk home, bad got weary and
took refuge in a box car at Bay
ard, where he was found by a
search party headed by D. R.
Yates.     \     v
S. J. Mighton, the tobacconist,
remembered The\Pkospector
staff on Christmas' by sending in
a box of fine cigars. Sam is all
right, and so are the cigars, and
the hearty good wishes of the
staff are extended to Mr. Mtgh
ton.
Mr. J. C. Reid of the CiP.R.
staff, who has been foreman in
the shop for the last two years
leaves today for Calgary, to
which place he has been transferred. His many friends will
be sorry to lose him as nel'has
beon very popular. Mrs. -Reid
has also won Iter way into the
affections of ftie people during
her brief star here and all join
in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Reid a
prosperous And   happy  life  in
their new home.     .
i
Appropriate services will be
held in tho Methodist Church
next Sunday evening to mark
the closing of the year.   A song
jlenty of cordwood this winter.
Then be will have plenty ot drj
cordwood next winter.
Alex Emory, of Marysville,
was in the city, Friday.
James Cronin, Mahager of the
St. Eugene Mines, was a Cranbrook visitor Friday.
Miss Connolly, treasurer of
the W.C.T.V., has received a
letter from Mr. C. J. South of
tbe "Children's Aid Society of
Vancouver", in which he thanks
the ladies for the interest they
have taken and acknowledged
the receipt of $150 which waa
collected here. He further
states that the children taken
from this district are doing well
and are anxious to do all they
can to help themselves.
This is tbe season for parties
and festivities and Cranbrook is
always at the front as a place
far entertaining. , One of the
nicest and most pleasant
arrangements yet made was that
by Mrs. Eager and Mrs. W. H.
Wilson, who planned a sleighing
nfor yesterday afternoon,
o'clock aboul thirty-five
ladies assembled at C. E. Reid's
store where vehicles were in
waiting and soon all were
happily seated aud started on
the road towards the North Star
Mill. All thoroughly enjoyed
themselves and readily agreed
that Mesdames Eager and Wilson thoroughly understood the
art of entertaining.
After a couple of hours pleasant ride the company returned
to the home ot Mrs. Eager and
Mrs. Wilson where refreshments
were served.
Eleottd Ofloers.
At a regular meeting of Royal
Orange Lodge No 1871 held on
Saturday last the following
officers were elected for the
ensuing year; - • v. > ■■ r- • ,-•«-•<- ,-
Thomas Boyter M.
Hugh Bayes D.M
W. J. Hayward C.
J. Larrigan RS.
J. Wallace 8. k T.
S. Joyce D. C.
Committee, Wm. Walsh, Dave
and Miss S. G. C. Williams, of
Cranbrook. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Van Ards
dale, pastor of the Baptist
church. Only a few invited
guests were present. The bride
waa given away by her brother,
Mr. Milton Williams. The
happy couple left on Tuesday's
train tor Seattle and expect to
be at home In Victoria by tha
first of the year.
Tho Old ui tk* Now-
"The year is dying, let it die."
Now is tbe time for contemplation and resolves. Wa have all
had our fallings and made our
mistakes during the past year.
Let our resolve* be the best
and'our aims the .highest for the
coming year, and this backed by
a strong determination will bring
well be taken  by us all as a
guide for our action* during the
coming twelve months.
There ie ao much bad In the beet ot ua,
And ao much Good In the wont of ue,
That It hardly behoove* say ol u»
To talk about the reet of u*.
AMONS THI CRAFT
Installation of Offlom ud Banquet
A regular meeting of Cran
brook Lodge A. F. A A. M., waa
held in Masonic Hall on Wed
nesday evening, St. John's night
at which there waa a large atten
dance, including many visiting
brethren from nearly every town
in the district. Deputy District
Grand Master J. F Armstrong
paid an official visit, and Installed
the following officers:
*****
THI NEW TEAR.
Lit* a Day ud  Lin for tb*
Morrow.
The following is taken from
"The Every Day of Life:"
"We must live a day at a time,
the mornings are little hilltops
from which we oan look down
into tha narrow valley of one
little day. What lies over the
■tat hill we cannot telL Evening la our horison. Here In tbl*
one little day'* enclosure wV can
rest iu a refuge. Tomorrow'*
storms and cares cannot touch
oa. We should be thankful that
lite comes to us in snob little
bits. We can live omvday well
enough. We eaa carry one day'a
burdens. Wa can do one day's
duties. We can endure one day's
sorrows,   It is a bleasing tbat
Its reward.  ThefoUowing might *-,„ „ ^xjQott ever give* us at a
time."
As we enter upon the duties of
the new year let us remember to
be content with one day at a
time and not worry over the
tilings that never happen. We
are not killed by work, but by
worry. "The year ia dying, let
It die," and with tbe dying let
the world lay down its troubles,
tie strife, tbe feud, and take up
tbe music of the spheres and live
a'day in a day and plant tbe
seed for the beauty of a morrow.
Moore,   M.   McEarchean,
Smith and I. Johnson.
Wm.
Committed Suioide.
A man named L. W. Wells
committed suicide on Thursday
evening by shooting himself
In the head. An inqueat was
held on Friday by coroner
Malladaine, when the jury
found that Wells had taken his
own life during a fit of despon
deucy. It is said that Wells haa
relatives in Florence, Ont., and a
sister in Nakusk, B. C.
M. A. Beale
W. M.
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E. Peterson
J.W.
W. F. Tata
T.
S. H. Hosklna
8.
W. T. Reid
C.
J. Griffith
8.D.
W. H. Wilson
J.D.
D. Evans
I.G.
J. S. MacNell
T.
W. S. Bell
S.8.
T. Wardman
J.S.
Mr.Chudleigh of the despatcher,
offices has been transferred to I service of special interest will be
the Calgary office. Mr. Chudleigh l rendered, a few choice solos and
has been an obliging official and! choruses and all will take part,
has made many fast friends who;The pastor will take as his sub-
are sorry to say "good bye". Heiject "Kadesh Barnea". After
commences his duties in Calgary 'be service the pastor will be at
homo to the congregation when
all are invited to come and have
a chat and end the year In a
home-like manner. At 11:15 p.
m. a Watch-night service will
continue till mid-night. All are
invited.
on Monday and carries with him
the best wishes of a host of
friend j.
A quiet wedding was solemnized on Christmas day in the
parsonage at 2 p.m., when Mr.
Thomas J. Lee and Miss Nora
Brooks of Foreston, New Brunswick, were united in the holy
bonds of wedlock by Rev. J.
P. Westman. Mr. and Mrs. Lee
will reside in the vicinity of
Cranbrook.
The city voters' list closes today, and all persons who have
paid their taxes and wish to vote,
should register at once.
The Wise  former   will   cat
Christmas Gift*.
The Herald's annual arrived
at this office Saturday last and is
a credit to Cranbrook and its
publishers. '
The souvenir edition of the
Fernie Free Press is also at hand
and will do much towards advertising the Coal town of Southeast
Kootenay. Its publisher and
manager are to be congratulated
on their souvenir number.
Its Pretty Cheap Dope.
The editor of the Nelson News
is trying to pose as a "wise
guy," especially when it comes
to sizing up of the doings of the
McBride government It Is the
opinion of every newspaper in
the province that the dope used
by the News editor, when he
tackles anything pertaining to
the political situation, Is of such
chuap quality that it warps his
judgment, so that he can only
see through "Grit" spectacles,
aud hear the noise made by his
Liberal friends and other agencies with which they try to confuse those who follow legitimate
occupations.
Married at Spokane.
A quiet wedding was solemnised at Spokane on Saturday
last. The. contracting parties
were Mr, R. B. Dler, ot Victoria,
a prominent dentist of that city,
After the business of the evening was concluded tbe officers,
brethern and visitors repaired to
tbe Cosmopolitan hotel and partook of an elegant banquet pre
pared by mine host Bro. E.
Small.
AT FORT STEELE.
The regular meeting of Nortb
Star lodge. A.F. and A.M., was
held in Masonic Hall on Wednesday evening. There was a
goodly attendance. After the
ceremoniea of the evening were
concluded, tbe brethern and
visitors partook of a collation
specially prepared for the occasion.
KNIGHT TEMPLARS MEET.
A regular assembly of Selkirk Preceptory and Priory No.
45 was held in the Masonic
Temple on Thursday evening.
Our Cowan reports that several
degrees were conferred, and that
a number of Sir Knights from
Kimberley and other points in
the district were in attendance.
Christmu Tn*.
Tbe Christmas tree In ' the
Methodist Church Wednesday
evening waa a success in every
way. The church was crowded
and the children seated on a
large platform rendered a few
rousing ebonites which wi
addition to this, a number of recitation and solos wanftspa brr
tbe scholars of the school. The
large tree waa then stripped and
each child marched home laden
with the presents from the Bun-
day School. The church choir
took advantage of the occasion
and presented Mr. H. Hickenbotham with a beautiful arm
chair in recognition of his services as organist Mr. Hickenbotham responded in a few well
chosen words.
Caledonian Society.
The regular meeting of the
Caledonian Society was held
Wednesday evening at Patmore
Hall and a most enjoyable evening was spent in song and story.
The ladies prepared a fine spread
of tea and cake. Mr. McCowan,
the piper of the society, gave a
stirring selection for the open*
ing and afterwards played a
Patronella In the graceful mattes
of which quite a few participated. At the conclusion of a moat
pleasant evening all formed a
circle and sang the time honored
Auld Lang Syne. The usual
celebration of the 25th of January will be obaerved and a true
Burns night will be given.
Wut* to go Two Miles a Minute
Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt has
ordered a wonderful automobile for the Ormond-Daytona
Beach races and expects it to
run at a speed exceeding two
miles a minute. Tbe machine
is being designed by Francois
Richard, a French euglqeer and
when it is completed, Paul
Sartoriwill run it. It will be
propelled by an eight-cylinder
motor developing 250 horsepower
and will weigh under the
required weight limit of 2,304
pounds. Last year Mr. Vanderbilt's 90-horsepower Mercedes
racing car made a disappointing
showing at the Ormond-Daytona
races. This year the same car
was entered in the Vanderbilt
cap race, but an early accident
put It out of tbe contest. It is
Mr. Vanderbilt's aim to own the
fastest automobile la tb* world.
8t. En-pa* Minion.
Mr. Norman Mac Donald, who
is been studying the truths
contained in our holy religion,
had the great happiness of being received into the Holy
Roman Catholic Church on Sunday the 24th inst. He enjoyed
the happy privilege of making
his first Holy Communion at
midnight Mass on Christmas
Eve.
a Cbaptar of Aooidoat*.
M. Callahan met with a aevere
accident oa Wednesday. While
passing the corner of Baker and
Cranbrook street*, he slipped on
the Ice, and broke bis leg. He
waa taken to the St. Eugene
hospital.
On Thursday evening, Ben
Pugh, while passing the aaa*
place above mentioned, also
slipped and broke hi* lag. He
was sent to tbe hospital. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, R C, DECEMBER 80, 1905.
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L. CLAPP
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Comfortable Bedrooms
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HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
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Proprietor
&   Marysville, B.C.   $
R The leading Hotel of the St. Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished.   Table as good
as any in Kootenay.
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS
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Furnaces     Sheet Metal Work
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*
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Painting, Decorating
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LIQUORS m CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale k Porter.
T. LEBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook. B.C.
NEW YEAR'S DAY, January 1st, as marking the
beginning of the year IWOti, has
been observed as a public holiday from at least the time of the
Julian reformation of the calendar.
The year 1005 closes with a
much brighter outlook and belter prospects for the city of
Cranbrook and Southeast Koot
enay than that, of 1908, 1908 and
1904.
In no single country in the
world, we believe, has nationul
progress been so marked during
the year just, ended as in the Dominion of Canada; in no province
of the Dominion has such lengthy
stride forward been made us in
the province of British Columbia;
in no district of British Columbia has there been more genuine
development than in Southeast
Kootenay.
We believe the coming year
will see a large amount of railway construction in the Kootenay valley. We believe the
most signal marks of the progress in mining, and the opening
of new mines tributary to the
city of Cranbrook, the development of the immense timber resources, will be the most potent
stimulus which has been given
to the industrial growth of
Cranbrook, and the construction
of the Kootenay Central Railway will go far towards placing
the city of Cranbrook in the
front rank as the commercial
and mining center of this district.
Therefore, to our readers, one
and ull, in Cranbrook, the Province, the Dominion and else
where, we wish them heartily-
most heartily—al happy New Yum:
...
The crookedest and most corrupt bye-election ever fought in
Ontario, was a model of cleanliness compared to the battle that
was raged against F. W. G,
Haultain in Saskatchewan.
...
That It has been au import
ant factor in the upbuilding of
this vast mineral district has been
acknowledged by the residents
of Southeast Kootenay. Its prediction as to the mineral resources, the vast and unlimited
coal areas in the Crows Nest Pass
have all proved true. Its prediction of the building
of the Crows Nest railway was verified by its construction in 1898. The building of
the Kootenay Central Railway,
by its construction this year,
will   be  acknowledged   by   the
people nf the district as due to
I the efforts put forth by The
1 ProSPKOTOR in laboring for the
'future prosperity of Southeast
Kootenay.
...
With the next number of THE
Proshkctou begins the twelfth
year of its existence. The record achieved during that time is
one to be proud of. There was
no time during that period that
The Prospector has not held
a prominent place among the
weekly publications of British
Columbia. Its beginning wus
modest, it desired nothing more
than to place the mineral, lumber and agricultural resources of
Southeast Kootenay before the
people, and to assist in the nil
vanoement of the district.
...
Mining prospects for the
coming year are very bright in
the district.
DRAYING
We have been in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment ill B.C. and we
guarautee satisfaction,
About thai Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason & Risen
Pianos, we can do the work without risk. Also Household Fur
nature.
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors nf Hie
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Ottlce ll|)|Ml.alti-
' K. Dentil.
C.P.
Phono 63.
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Rocky Mountain Chapter I
No. 126. II. A. M.
l.'IiANllltOOK, II. 0.
Regular meetings:—2nd Tims-
day in eituh month al eight
o'clock.
i
Sojourning Companions   are
lOfdlslly invited.
H. M. Burrow, Sorlbe E.
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Professional.
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Good Things To Eat
HARK!   THE   TURKEYS
—   Arc Coming to Town   —
A ureal man}- ol them have liecn engaged for weeks; plenty of
choice ones .till disengaged, i )ur man writes us from the country
lhat they have been fattening in great shape and will lie the finest
he has ever raised. They arc tender, young and plump. Your size
25 cents a pound.
Cranberries 200. a pound     Fresh Oysters 75c. a quart
CALGARY   CATTLE   CO.
*    Order By Phone 45    #
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Deafness Cannot Be Cared.
by local amplication*, as they cannot
reach thu di weaned portion of the ear.
There in only one way to cure deafneHH.
and that in hy constitutional remedies.
Deafness U cnusedjby an inflamed condition nf tht* mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is
inflamed you have a rumbling nound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is th<* result,
and unlctM the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, ht-nrintr will he destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused by Catarrh, whieh is nothing but au intlanii'ii condition of the
mucous surfaces,
Wewlll-Jflve One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrhi that cannot Im; cured hy Hall's
Catarrh (Jure.    Send for circulars, free
Pi J. CHENEY A CO,, Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
it.n.ir*,.i|M«.».»M.».f»>.l»l.t|iitin. tt„a»a *■»*■» >
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters for mining   i*       When -vou w:mt :l 8°°d
men and old timers. |   Pla,:e  t0 st0P comc t0 t,,e
•    Manitoba.
d, A, Mcdonald, manager
Wa CMv*» You Tour Monety'* Worth
Grant-rook
GEARY 4 DOVLE, PROP'S
Tennis and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Hamper
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter %* Kuilder
Uood Work at
Keusounhle Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
HARVEY k McCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
ORANBUOOL,     -     B.C.
W, P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
Cranbrook
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
unil NOTAKY  PUBLIC,
Cranbrook,  B.C.
6. ti. Thompson
3M|   I1AH1IISTK.H tt SOMOITOli
^52**.  NOTARY I'la'lir.Kl
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
Crunhrnnk, B.C.
THOMAS   MoVlTTIK
P.L.S. & C.B.
Port Steele B.C.
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Phu&iGian awi Surgeon
OPTICS! ARMSTRONG AVE.
Hours:  Oto 11 a.m. 2to6p,m,
7 tii S p.in.
Phono otllci'. in;,    Roniilonoe um
P.  B.  KING
»i   DRNTIST
Office Hours) 9 to 12 a.m
I  1 toOc.m,
7 Ui 8 p.m.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE
Armstrong Ave,   Cranbrook
The Illinois Central
Miiinlnins unexcelled Bervloe fi-nin
the we>,t In the eaat and south. Making
oloso oonnoctlohB with trains of nil
iranscqntlnental lines, paMengers arc
■riven tholr oholoo ol routes to Chicago
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans,
anil through these points to the fur east.
Prospective travelers deriving information us 10 the lowest rates and best
routes are Invited vat eorrespondenee
with the following representatives.
B, H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent
14'.'Third St., Portland, Oregon.
3, O. I.INIWEY, T. V. Si P.A.
142 Third St., Portland, Oregon
p. H. Thompson, V. & P.A.. Room 1
Column Ulilg., jtulllo, IVtili.
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
It will pay those who uro
looking for work to call und
see
Jim  McArthur
He can secure you 11 job and
also lit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
f-*t/-*\-rT"M T*ti   0N BAKGK ST" 0NK v>°0^ west or
JJ \\J \J 1\ a\J       HILL &  CO.    The only place io to„,
 that oan niakn lite worth the living.
Trie
1
j
an Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Hanson Ave, Ohandkook, B.C.
I  LCOHN  I
I !
I Tailor *J Importer ot 5
1      Fine Woolens.      *
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X Cranbrook, B.C.  Armstrong Avo §
I MUSIC >
Mrs   Uiclnn teacher of thr
mr». ni»iu"        pianoforte
Special attention to touch,
teohnlque, phrasing and
grading of .studies.
For particulars upply t<> C. Iv Rold *t |
Co.. Thi- DruggtstB,
FOR ft PIRST-GLftSS TURNOUT I
HANDLEY'S
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for any point in the
dlstrlot.
Jim Moflrtiiur ~~~— 1
ay, Oats, Wheat. Feet
We have this weok unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEIT PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Simcciai. PfliOB Foil Ton Lots, Call and see us before
buying elsewhere.   We also carry a stock of
carnefa's stock and poultry food
Harris Bros.
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J, M. DEER
Boot stme Maker
All Work Guaranteod
New Work Mado to Moasure
Armstrong Ave,   -1" "'
liiil-i'iml  llntl'l
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
Bt   USING
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific   Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, HEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleeper., Buflett
Library Car., Modern
Day Ooachea.
Dining Onra,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best Meals on  Wheels
2 FAST  TRAINS rt
KAST AND WKST DAILY    ,aff
r'oi- lull particulars, rate*.  folt.pt>
etc., eall on ot- address.
S.G,YBRkE9,Q.W.P.A.,
.Seattle, Wash,
('.  W.   MAIIONKY, C.I'. & T.A.
Spokano.
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Royal  Hotel #
^ FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who are weary und thirsty, drop in, sod
Alex will do tho rest.
ALEX McCOOL     Prop.
When   You   Think  Of j
NSURANCE •
You Think Of
"HUTCH
"  J
JOHN HUTCHISON
-   PHONE 119   -
Cranbrook, B.C. East Kootenay.
told v
on 3
Months'
Trial
Yawr money remrtaeal
If laotsataaliaxt in every ,v„,.
ALWAYS READY
FOR INSTANT USE,
beauBetlie'-Carho-Maunetlc
it.metrically ftmitrttftttlA
hollow ground in iji,-	
peculiar way.    Witl
ordinary carelul
um, It will hold
Its eatte for
VP.a
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Unutlc
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ftrb«?ylw«tii*"
'Cirbfi'Mniciietlc" Blat*
tic Omhion Strops, fl.00
Free booklet" H imt io Shaven,' ■
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PELTON WATER MOTOR
6 INCH   PELTON  MOTOR
VOU HAVE A WATER PRESSURE OF 100 LBS. IH THE
CITY MAINS The 8-iDoh Motor IUuttrated above will develop
3 H.P. and um but little water. Oh.aper than Oat or Electricity,
and adapted for running Printing Pranea, Dynamo., General
Machinery, Etc. Se. the Motor In Operation at the office of "The
Proipcctor".
THE WATER SUPPLY CO.. LTD
SELL THESE MOTORS
And will give you full particular, and price.. Or write a.
d.Mct, giving particular, a. to power required and kind of
machinery you wi.h to run.
THE.f!LPN WATER WHEEL CO.
100 Main St., San Francisco, Cal.
mM. THE PBOSPBCTOB, CRANBROOK, B C, DBCBMBBK 30. tO»
P. Burns & Co. I
• OrJgary, Aiaanm.
Main Offlc. for Eaat Kootenay, Z
Cranbrook, B.0
-Wholesale end Retail
Meat Merchatfits f
i Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storages
Live Stoek at Calgary, Alberta.   2
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NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commlwloner of
Lands and Work, for lloenoe to proapect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following land.: Beginning al a poet
planted at the northeaal corner of
Morrinaey town.ite, thence .outh one
mile following the general trend of the
Elk River, thenee we.1 one mile,
thenco north one mile, thence eaat one
mile to tbe point of commencement.
Pernie, B.C., December 8th, lMt.
J.J. Cowderay
51 Per J. B. Ferguwn
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work, for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on thu
following lands: Beginning at a post
plantod at the northeaat corner of
Moirlaao.v townsite, thence west out:
mil,,, thence north one mile, thenoe
east to the Elk Itiver, thence aouth
'ollamiiiff the general trend of the said
river to the point of commencement.
Kernie, B.C., December Hth, 1905.
J. 11. Soukler
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notloe is hereby given that I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Boginnlng at a post
marked R. A Welsh's northwest corner (one mile west of the Elk River),
thence south one mile, thence east one
mile, thence north one mile, thonee
west one mile to the point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December Oth, 1905.
it. A. Welsh
51 Per .1. B. Ferguson
Qttte ycofpector.
SATURDAY. DEC. 30. 1D06.
Poor Polio;.
John Oliver, member for
Delta, has been (jiving the coast
people a stirring speech on the
derelictions of the present
Conservative government of
British Columbia. John Oliver's
record proves him to be the
embodiment of sincerity. He is
a good well meaning farmer; but
the Liberal party has not had
the opportunity to- show the
people whether they could give
us any better results. The
people did not appear to want
them at the last election. In a
private sense, the individual that
would seek another individual's
position through informing the
employer of the many shortcomings of the incumbent, would be
contemptible. Should he seek
that position through the nd
vancementof ideas that would
materially help out the employer's interest, that would be
the reverse of contemptible.
The same thing applies to the
present political situation.
Instead of tearing down the
party in power, let Mr. Oliver
advance ideas whereby the
people will be convinced that it
would be to their best interests
to employ the services of Mr.
Oliver and the Liberal party.
We fear that Oliver is a brand of
politician that can only get along
by tearing to pieces the  reputa-
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to pro*-
pect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beglnulng at a |xwi
pluntod at the southwest corner of J.
H. Seukler's olalm and marked W. A.
Maclenan's northeast eorner, thenee
south one mile, thence weat one mile,
thence north one mile, thence cast one
mile to the point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December 6th, 1905.
W. A. Maclonan
51   ' Per J. B. Ferguwn
NOTICE.
Notloe is hereby given that I Intend
to upply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work, for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked W. A. Maclenan's northeast
corner, thenoe west one mile, thence
north one mile, thenoe eut ona mile,
thence south one mile to tha point of
commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December Rth, 1905.
Helen Ferguwn
lil Por J, B. Ferguwn
HOT1CE.
Notice is hereby given lhat I intend
lo apply lo the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tho
following lands beginning at a pout
marked R. A. Welsh's northwest corner, tlience east one mile to the Elk
Itiver, thence north ono mile following
the la-auk of the Elk Rlvor, thenee west
one mile, tlience south one mile to
point of eommencemeut.
Fernie, B.C., December 8th, 1905.
J. E. Miller
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice la hair.by (Ivan that I will apply to
Ilia Chief Commlaaloaer ol Lauda and Worka
for a licence to proapect for Co.) .nd Petroleum
over tbe following deacrlbed land! altuate In
the Dlatrlct of South Ke»'. Kooienay:
CommenolBaj 400 chains north and 00 chain,
weat of a poat planted 16.05 chaiaa weat of th.
crossing of tbe north fork ot Michel creek by
one of th. northern boundarlea of LotlUS,
Group 1 thence north 90 chaiaa, tbenoe wesl HO
chaiaa, tbence aouth SO obalna, thence eaat SO
obalna to tbe place of beginning.
located tbli l)th day of December, IM
Jobn Cholditob per
U C. M. Edwarda, Agent
tion of his opponent. This palls
on the public in time. Unless he
puts forth the effort to advance
better methods. Instead of
resorting to abuse the gentleman
may accidentally be relegated to
rear, to cultivate his cabbage
patch in peace far from the maddening whirl of political strife.—
Sandon Mining Standard.
The mining industry of (Southeast Kootenay is growing rapidly.
The past year had an output much
greater than the previous year,
and the coming year will have a
still larger increase.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Boilers mid Furnace Work t.
Specially.
Cost and Stock Estimate*
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.  Cranbrook, B.C.
HOTI03.
Notice is hereby given that J> daya After date
we the undersigned, Intend to tpply to the
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Worka
for a Specie. License to eut nnd enrrjr aw»y
Timber from the following described Innde In
Southeast Kooienay district, British Columblu:
Commencing st s post plsnled one belt mile
west of the Lund A Breckenrldge timber lease.
between the Koolensy snd Skookum Chuck
rivers, or sbout (our mllea from A. J, Miller.-'
rsnch st Skookum Chuck, thence out ttchalus
tbenoe nouth 100 chslns, tbenee west to chslns,
thenoe nortb 100 chslns to piece of beginning,
contain.iii* mo acres more or less.
P. Jensen, Locator
Usted Nov. fflrd, 10UA,
Commencing nt a post planted at the northweat corner of P. Jenaen timber lioenne, theme
east 40 chains, thence north ltiu chalna, thenre
west 40 ebnlna, tlience aouth IW chains to place
of beginning, coutalnfof'Ao acrea more or lest*.
P. Ponton, Locator
Dated Nov. 23rd, IWA. M
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given lhat I intend
toapply to the Chief Cnmm.Hrtionor of
LandH and WorkH for liconoo to prospect for Coal aud Petroleum on the
following land-*: Ileginntni: ut a pout
marked R. A. Welsh's northwest eorner, thence went one mile, tlience north
one mile, thenee eaj*t ono milo, thenee
soutb one mile to the point of commeneement.
Fernie, B.C., DecenifcuHlth, 1905.
K. E. MoKechnie
51 Per J. to, Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given tbat I intend
toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
Laudtt and Workh for lloenoe to propped for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning ut a post
marked It. B. McKechino'fl northeast
corner, thence east one mile to Klk
River, thence north one mile following
the bank of the aald river, thence west
one mile, thenee south one mile, to the
point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December Oth, 11*05.
W. Hart MoKurg
51 J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notloe Is hereby given that I will upply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands snd Works
for a licence to proapect for Coal and Petroleum over tbe following described lands situate tn the District of Soutb Eaat Kootenay:
Commencini- 400 chains north and 60 chains
west of a post planted 16.M chains west of the
erasing of the north fork of Michel creek by
one of the northern boundaries of Lot 4MB,
Group 1, thence oortb 80 chalni, tbuacs cant H0
ehaina, thenee south SO ohsina, thence w«t W
ohalns to the place of beglnulng.
Located this lath day of December, IW».
Malcolm Mclnnes per
M C. M. Edwards, Agent
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given that, 30 daya after dat«
we the undesigned, intend to spply to the
Chief Comreinsioner of Lands and Works for s
ipcclal license to cut and carry away timber
from tho following described landa In South
east Kootenay Dlatrlct. British Columbia.
J. Kwin No. 1.
Commencing at a pout planted si the southeaat corner of 1'. Person's No. 1 timber Heeni-o
on Cariboo creek, tbence south 80 chains, theuce
west 80 chalna, thence north 80 ehaius. thenoe
east 80 chains, to place of beginning, containing Ml* acres more or less.
.1. Ewitt. Locator
Hated Nov. '.'4th, HHft.
J. Kwln No. 1.
Commencing ut a post plumed at the nouth
east eorner of J. Kwln a No. I. Timber License
tlience south 80 clialna, thence went 8U chains,
tbence uorth 80 chslns. thence eaat 80 chains lu
place of tieginning, containing M» acton more
or lew*.
N. Johnson, Location
Datod Nov. Mth; iwfi. M
NOTICB.
Notice Is hereby given that I will apply to
the Cblef Commissioner of Landn and Works
for a licence to prospect lor Coal and Petroleum over the following described land situate
lu the District of South Kast Kootenay:
Commencing 400 chains north and 60 chains
weat of a poat planted W.« chains west of the
crossing of the north fork of Miehel ereek by
one of the northern boundaries of Lot 4588,
Uroup I, thenee south 80 chains, thene* weat 80
chains, thence north 80 chalna, tbence east su
ehulns to the place of beginning.
Located this 18th day of December. 1801.
Agnes Elwell per
IS CM. Edwards, Agent
NOTION.
Notice is hereby given that I will
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coul and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked J, B. Ferguson 'a northeast corns "planted on the west shore of tbe
,,J-.{ River one mite north of coal and
P"'■■oli'u-ii claim No. 1374) thence south
oio n.ii,., thence west one mile, thence
■■"Mii oio mile, thence east one mile to
point of commencement.
Jerole, B.C., December 8th, 1W5.
J. B. Ferguson
61
NOTICE.
Notice Is horeby given that 1 Intend
toapply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coul and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a i>ost
marked R. fc. McKechnie's northeast
corner, thence west one mile, thenee
north one mile, thenee oast one mile,
thence south ono mile to point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December 6th, 1905.
Geo. Macdonald
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
**>tice.
Notice ia hereby give*.
itate 1 Intend to apply to K^tt^E
sionur i<f Lands and Works, ane^™"*8/
snt Commluioner of Lands and Works. ,'h"
District of Kaat Kootenay ror a lioense ti v., .
pen for Coal and Petroleum over ths following
described lands situated on Akamina Greek,
murk 4503, Southeaat Kootenay Dlstrlot.
Commencing at a post planted near Akamina
Creek, about ono hundred yards north of the
South Kootenay Pass Trail, being Southeaat of
and adjoining John Gloyn's oca} and petroleum
Clulm, aud about one and one-half miles southeast from where Akamina ereek Joins Ktsbe-
neh.no creek, being M. D- Shea'a Northweat
eorner post, thence south 80 eh %ini, thenee east
80 chains, thenoe uorth ia) chains, thenee went
80 chalua to the place of beginning, containing
040 acrea more or leu-
Looated November Mod, 1908.
M. D. SHF.A, Loeator
4» JOHN OLOYN, Ageat
CANADIAN
RAILWAY
EAST
$63.50
R00ND TRIP
THRKE  MONTHS'  LIMITED
Toronto, Montreal
And Principal Poir.U la
OnUrio and Quebec.
CORRESPONDING RATE6
TO ALL POINTS IN
Maritime
Provinces,
New York,
New England
On sale daily December
4 to 81.
For detailed information first-
class or tourist sleeper reservations apply to local agents or
write
J. S. CARTER. D. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C.
Your attention U oslled to the
"Pioneer Limited" train, of the "Milwaukee A St Paul Railway." "The only
perfect trains in the world."
You will And it desirable to ride on
those train, when going to any point in
the Eastern State, or Canada. They
uonnect with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Agents sell
tickets.
For further information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Tloket Agent or
R. L. FORD, H. S, BOWK,
Pass. Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
The Proof of the Pudding
Is In the Eating.
If it were not a fact that no larger
worthier or lower priced stock of
Holiday Goods
than ours exists in Cranbrook, we'd
not have done the extensive business
that we have done. In this connection, and to close out these goods,
we  will   sell   the  balance   of  our
Holiday Goods At Half Price
Until January 1st. 1006
You will get satisfaction if you buy here, for
we've got the goods and we'll not be undersajld.
C. E. REID <fc CO.,
PURE DRUGS FINE STATIONERY
    DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY.
NOTICK.
Notlco Is hereby given tbat I will apply to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands aud Work* for a
licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
over tbe following described land situate In
the Dlstrlot of South East Kootenay:
Commencing 100 cbslns north and fiO chalna
west ol a post plented MM chain* west of the
crossing of the north fork or Michel creek by
one of tbe northern boundaries of Lot 4M8,
(Jroup 1. tbeuce south Hi chains, thenee east 90
ehains, thence north W> chains, thenoe west HO
chains to the place of beginning.
Looated tbi* lflth day uf December, 10%-
Edward Elwell per
53 C. M. Edwards, Agent
NOTICE.
Notice In hereby giveu that 1 will apply to the
Chief Coramlilonsr of Lund* and Work* for a
licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum
ovor the following described lauds situate in
tbe District of South East Kootenay.
Commencing MO chalni north aud 30 cbalun
west of a post planted lii.iHV chsiua west of the
crossing of tbe uorth fork of Michel ereek by
one of tbe northern boundaries of of Lot *2AM,
Uroup 1, tbenoe north 10 chains, thence west W
ohalnt<, thence south no chuins, ihenee east W
chain* to the place of beginning.
Looated this 1Mb day of December, 1W.V
Archibald Elwell per
63 C- M. Edwards, Agent
HOT1CB.
Notice Is hereby given that Hii days after date
we the undersigned, Itttend to spply the Hon,
Chief Commissioner of Landi snd Works foru
apeeial license to cut snd carry away timber
from tbe following described lands situate In
Southeast Kootenay District, British Columbia
P. Person No. I.
Commenciug st u post plumed close to the
bank of Skookum Chuck river, about when1
Cariboo creek runs into Skookum Chuck river,
thenee south 40 chains, thence weat SO chains,
ihenee north 80 chain*, thence east 80 ehains,
thence south 40 chains to place of beginning,
containing MO acre* more or le*a.
P. Pentou. Locator
Dated Nov. llth, iim.
P. Jensen No. 1.
Commencing at u poet planted at the northweat corner of P. Person's No. I Umber license,
tbence wmtSOchsin*. theuce south 00 chain*,
tbence ea*t HO chain*, thence north 80 chain* to
place of beginning, containing 610 acre* more
or lea*.
P. Jon-tot), Locator
Dated Nov. Uth. fur..
P. Jenaon No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted nt the northwest eorner of P. Jensen's No. I timber license,
tbeuce west 80 ehains, tbence south 80 chains,
tbance east 80 ohalns. tbenee norab 80 chains,
to place ol beginning, .ontattftig 640 acres
more or less.
P. Jensen, Locator
Datod Nov. sth, ima.
P. Person No, 2.
Commencing at * post planted at the northwest corner of P. Jensen's No. i timber license,
thenee west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains
tbence east 80 chain*, thence north »» chains to
place of tit'.:.lining containing Mt* acre* mora'
or less.
P. Person. Locator
Dated Nov- Wtb, rs*.
P. Jensen No.:(.
Commencing at u post planted at tbe northwest corner nf P. Person'* No. :i timber Ucenic
thence west 80 chains, tlience Mouth 80 chain*,
thenee east 80 ohalns, thence north HO chain* to
place of beginning, containing 810 acres more
or less.
P. Jenson, Locator
Dated Nov. SUb. 1MB. iW
NOTICE.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that an application will be made to the Legislative
Assembly of llritish Columbia at its next
Session for an Act to Incorporate the St.
Mary's and Cherry Creek Hallway Company
with power to build, construct, maintain and
operate a railway of standard guage to
operated hy steam, electricity or any other
power for the carrying of freight, passengers
und eipres*: Commencing at ■ point on tbe
North Star Branch uf the British Columbls
Southern Hallway, about one mile west of
Bayard; thonee northerly alont the east bide
Luke Creek to Lot 311, thenee nortb easterly to
a point on Cherry Creek near Lot 710: with s
branch line from * point on Lot 341 northerly
to s point on Cherry Croak west of Lot ttw, and
other branch lines not exceeding ten miles
each in length. Toccunect withaudeutcr into
running arrangements with the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company or any other railway
situate uear proposed railway or any pari
thereof: and to construel sidings at any such
connections; to receive from nay person, 3ov.
eminent or Body corporate grant* of Und
money or other assets In aid of the construction of **aid undertaking, with power to con
struct and operate telegraph and telephone
llnea for the purpose of Its builneos aad for the
public: with aueh other powers and privilege*.
ss are usually giveu to railway oompanie*.
Dated at Cranbrook. B.C.. December fth, A
D. 1906
HARVEY It McCARTEK.
Solicitor* tor Apol.oaaU.
FORT
STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD. I
PERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWER6 ot EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
r. o. box sit
TELEPHONE NO.
! k
>   Port  Steele Brewing. Co., Ltd.   '
Cosy snd
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters For
„   Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville. B.C.
FRANK AN6ERE, Manager
The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout,. The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
THI PSOSf KOTOS.
NOTICE.
Notloe i. horeby given that I will
spply to the Chief Comralmioner of
Lands and Works for lloenno to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on tho
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked J. B. Ferguson's northeast eor-
*** thonoe to tho wost one mile, thenee
norv*> nu mile, thenee lu the weat
shore of h,. Wver to|low|n(i. tno 8u|,i
river 4»utU to t^t ,..Ull o( commence-
Bient.
Fernie, B.C., Doeemljoi >.., {qm
H.J.S4.;
Her J. B. Fergflk,
rtiree & Four Yur Ctvrtw
iu Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical and Hlectrical
BaghMariaf,
Mineralogy and Geology,
Biology sot) Public Health.
Write (or calendar to
Tht Secretary,
School ot Miniog,
KiUMM, —1
NOTICB.
Notice Is hereby given tbat 1 will spply tu
the Chief Commlwloner or Lands and Works
for a Keanco to proipeot for Coal and Petroleum ovor tbe following dencrlbed land iltuate
in the district of South fiast Kootenay:
Commencing W0 chains north and 1ft chalna
weit of a post planted 18,fl0 obtitii.-t wetit of the
oroHslng of the nortb fork of Minhul crees by
ono of the northern boundaries of Lot 4oKB,
Uroup 1, thence north DO ohains, thenoe wuHt m
obams, thenoe aoutb UubatUN, thenco eust to
ebalni to the place of beginning.
Looated tbln Uth day of December, i.wr*.
M. A, Healo per
W C M. Kdwurds, Ageul
SMFLE
STRONG
NOTICE.
Notloe li hereby given that I will apply to the J
Chief Comuiirwluner of LsndK and Work* for a .
special licence to prospoot for Coal aud 1'etro-
leum over tho following UOMirlbed laud situmc ,
'"*- tbe District of South Kn»t Kootenay:
Covu***inolug l.*n clmlUM north aud lachiihi*.
weWof •►^VplitiiwillfWfiutuMns west of ibel
SILENT
I TISDALES ii
Headquarters for
KKK8H FRUITS
NUTS and CHOICK
CONFKCTIONKKY
;; Ice Cream and Soft Drinks j;
AIM Tobacco, Pip**
aad Cigar.
'. '•   Baker St.    Cranbrook   !!
'l-IIH'M-ll-l-l-M-M-IIIH
The largest General Store in Marysville, where miners
can lie supplied with anything they want at all times at
Cranbrook prices.
Groceries,  Hardware,
Clothing,  Stationery   •
E. J. CLAYTON
croMiiigoflhci,:nllfork ot Mu,he, or(M!k uy,        0LaHe
NOTICB.
NOTICK IK 11ERKBV GIVEN lhat an sp.
plication will bo made to the Leglalatlve At*
Nimbly of llritish Columbia at iti aeit Sesiloi
for an Act to Incorporate the St. Mary V Valley
Railway Company with power to build, <*on-
■truot, maintain aud operate a Hue of railway of standard guagc io bo operated by iteara, electricity, or any other power
for the carrying of freight, passengers and tt-
prois; Commenoing at a point ou tbe Nortb
Star Branch of the British Columbia Southern
Railway, at or near tbe town of MaryrwfDo,
tbence Westerly following the Northerly side
of St. Mary's Kiver to St. Mary's Lake, thence
skirting the Northerly sld« of the «aid lake to
its westerly eud, theuce proceeding weitward
slung either the northerly or southerly aide uf
said St. Mary's River to a point on
Kootenay Lake at or near Crawford Hay
with authority to construct branch linen up
Matthew Creek, Hell's Konring Creek, Alki
Creek, White Fish Creek, Pyramid Creek,
Baker Creek, and other brsnob line* not os*
veodlng tweuty mllea eaeb in length, also wltk
power to couuect with and enter tuto ruunlng
Mrrungcmcnts with the Canadian Pacific Railway or any other railway situate near nald pro.
posed railway or any part thereof, and to cou
struct terminal tidings at any auch oonnec
Mown; to rwelvt* from any Uuveramem punon
nr body corpotate. grants of land, money.,
other onset In aid of construction of nueh an
undertaking, with power to construct god
operate telegraph and telephone Udm for the
purpose uf its bualueis and for the public,
with power to own, teal vstste for right-of-way
auJ other purpose* aud to own. nwsntl oparatc
water power* convenient to the road for lallwty
otuof tho nortWw "smndartVof Lotriang". t rurOOIBB    Prfo»   W.00   %   Month 	
Uroup j. thence wet W chmW(t, lhonte s0,,t|, m   AUowanOe  Htfe for Old  MMhine ' *"d 0,lle, purpwe* •■,,,, *•**>•*•**• "tUer power.
chains, thenw can Kuuaiiiu. twice north tw avv •»»! P»»Heges as are n**nsiiygiv«f, to Hallway
chains tn the place of beginning. "   Jj    Y»   " Cotnpuuios.
LonstudihlH ifltlidnyof Dci'omtwr IHIA QnnAlH     Cm   D AK ABf C       L>**4Sd •" Craulirwk, November fttli, UNA.
aViKrA flniOlO a KODorttl - ^^z'^.
e
Post Office
Store
•J
NORTH   STAB       j
^s^ HOTEL J
Kimberley,  B. C.
H. W. DREW, Proprietor...^^^,
FALLS VIEW HOTEL
CHEHETTE 4 NEAL, Proprietors
~3*   Marysville,  B.C.  *~
The largest and best equipped hotel in the St. Marys'
valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS.
MearMMelcaeolMassarMi
!lem&h5S1
E THB
FASHIONABLE TAILORS   1
— Always Up-to-Oate —
Riiiiimiimiimmiuuti.i.ammniinHmmmmnnmp
ti
V THB PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, B. C, DECEMBER 30, 1W6
**m
•BsrMxxmst*wat*K*sin(ni*a*s
I Christmas
I Presents
Are usually hard to select but with a beautiful
range of goods like ours it is an easy thing.
wwmmhmmhij tateVtxtptxtot. Head THE CANADIAN BANK
SpHtting|      OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $8,700.000        Reserve Fund, S3.SOQ.ogQ
SATUKDAV, DEC. .HI, 1UU6
We have some very attractive patterns in $
en's Tics,   Fancy
Braces,  in  individual 5
s
boxes; Gloves, Mufflers, Fancy Vests; Shirts, £
      ———— — y
Collars, Handkerchiefs, etc.    Ladies will 9
find it a pleasure in selecting their gentle- m
men friends a present.
I
The Gentlemen 1
I
Will have to procure a present for their
lady friends and will find it as easy as
eating their sweetheart's Christmas cake-
in selecting it here.
9
I
1
________ You will find Cut Tum-|
biers, Decanters, Water Bottles, Berry I
Sets, Cake Trays, Chocolate Pots, Tea |
| Plates, Tea Sets, Tea Pots.
I Dinner Sets, 5 o'clock Tea
I Sets, Fancy Cups, Saucers, j^
| Cake Plates, Vases, Pla- *f
| ques, etc., etc.
Our display in these goods will plea.se
vou greatly.
LOCAL NEWS, §
3 i>aiMMMMMaiiiiyiiiiiiiiMiimiyiiaiMy->
F.J McMahon or Moyie wasi
a Cranbrook visitor Friday.
The PROSPECTOR wishes all,
its readers a Happy New Year.
James MoEvoy. Kernie, was a |
Cranbrook visitor Wednesday.
Just arrived—A car of Liquors
A. C. liowness.
D. R. Yates was down from
liayard, Tuesday, on business
McClary's famous London blue
enamelled ware at Patmore tiros.
Dave Breckenridgfl, of Wardner, spent Christmas in Cranbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Peagan, of
Marysville, were Cranbrook visitors on Christmas.
Have you secured your ticket
for the K. of P. and Odd Pel
lows dance.    If not. why not?
W. Donald, of Marysville. was
registered at the Cranbrook on
Tuesday.
The provincial government ha>
given the city of Cranbrook a re
bateof |918 on municipal taxes
A.   B.   Fenwick and   George
Watson,  of   Fort  Steele,   were
Cranbrook visitors on Tuesday.
Just arrived,   a car   load
Oats, A. C. Bowness.
of
When  you   get u aaood old-
flialiiaall.-ii Headache tllut tia:lka'a
youi- head tlirob; and your ,-',vt-a
whirl ainil miikeM you „ii'k to
your BtonUaOta try
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
They can't hurt you aud  they
slop any headache.
One Dozen In a Box 25c.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
W. J Qoepell, Nelson, was
registered al the Cranbrook
Friday.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. P. Fink enter
tallied a large number ol invited
guests at their residence on
Thursday evening,
Mrs George Gougcon was
presented with a diamond ring
on Christmas by the guests at
the Queen's hotel.
(irit papers have their little
hammer at work knocking al
Premier McBride and his government.
NOTICE.
Thai I Intend B0 day* falter date to apply to
the t'raUat Coiaimasa-toiicrof Landa .aad Worka
for aP.mut.loll to oat .ant , a.i ry away tiaiaber
from th. laallaaivlaitr .:.-->-rit,.*«t lauad allilllL*al two
milo. ulaovr C.P. hallway brldgo oil Moy .
river atari SOttttQeDfilDg ait a pOal pluilteal oll
iiiartti ,-ast txan ef, tht-nce 8U chains souttl.
UUtlloefOeblLta. watt, thence axi t-htitua naarth
ttaeili e aa) a-taaiaa. aaat [o plaa-e uf h.-euininv.
LOOatrt -.-alia day >af Dea-euiher. 190.V
Uy David Irvine Millar
M William West r,|ODt
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. B. WALKER, Generml Manner        ALEX. LAIRD, Am. Cm I w^_
BANK MONEY ORDERS
IMUCD AT the FOU.OWINQ MTU:
li and under    tenia
On 15 .nd not ncwdtnf lit    tenia
* "   IW      " "        »»  Menu
•   tU "        MO  .Sent.
Tk«t OrtUr. ua Payable at Par at mr office in Canada of • ChartiM
Bank, (Yukon excepted) and at the principal b»nk,nK point, in the l'u|t*j
Statea. aMDnun at a Rao* mt. .t
TIIE CANADIAN BANK OK COMMERCE. LONDON. EN(,
They terra aa excellent method ol remitting email luttu ul num..
with eaMr and at email mmX. ™"
i;»'.«»(l^)yil»iWll^Hai^
The Biggest Offer!
Ever Made the People of
South Kast Kootenay
*4
I
-*
See Our
WINDOW
m
. P. Tate & Son
Jewelers   and   Opticians
Official Watch [nipectoro O.P.R, Crow'a Nest °».a Dlvltlon
iThe Children
Will find it ;i great pleasure in coming to
our store, as they get waited on quickly,
and "et just what their mammas send
them for.
(iive us jour orders for your Christmas
Fruits, Candies, Etc.
Tummy South spent Christinas
it Nelsoo> He reports as hav
antra very pleasant time.
Durability and efficiency are
ationif points in tin- Kootenay
range. They are built to give
satisfaction.   Patmore Bros,
About 7" guests enjoyed their I
Ihristmas  dinner  at   the Cran
irook, anil all report that it was!
i must enjoyable event.
Don't forget that  S. .1. Might-
m,   the  tobacconist,   has a tine
lot of  New Year's presents that I
vvill be suitable  for and enjoyed |
by all smokers.
NOTICE.
,    Ttial I UltfjDd to apol
| alouer of Uual, aprl ,v
ltaa> a'laltif (Joaaa'alih.
. tor tja'l njbHlon to
out aiaal ^arry away timber irom the
raallaiwintc ■le.cribed laud Oomnouelag at a
poat ou tne lootn out oonter. anal joiniuu-
fiavl Irvlna- Millar a llluit Mo, I on th. north
cheDO. norUt80ebaiai, UtoDae wnt *> oh.ln.
thence aouiu .0 obalna, thane. ,■»•! *" obalni to
rla. ,, Of taa'aaiialilPK
L-irala ,1 laali aluj- of December, UNV,
Ity littvfi) Irvip,- Mllltir
H William Wast, Agunl
NOTICt.
T„k« notice th.t thirty dayaattat dot. I tn-
Ltali-l la, aippa.a la, Itia* t liia'l < ajmllilasicilier Of !
l.tMla and Worka for peruaiaaioti to OUI mid |
-■.any away limliur from   the   following  alo- I
Bribed landa in South But Kootsn.y:
OotnnuinelnK at Ut. northwoat a-„rnar ol E. K.'
Harvej a lloattoa, theaoe  outh a.oa laalle., tlli'lue, I
I weat on. mile, thence north on. mil,.-  thenc.
... ^  . ~~ ... | oauti ono milo to plaoe of bwlnning,
Victor Koilins left on Wednes-|   Dated Not. Uth, IKS
a. u. Kenwlok, Loeatot   i
Here fire winter Goods
lay's east-bound train for his
old home in Lucan, Out. Mr.
Rollins will be away for about
three .veefas.
JFINK BROTHERSl
9
9
9
9
9
*
9.
9t   Christmas dinner at the Roya
Jjljiuilel wasa sumptuous and pleas
** | in! allair. The tables were dec
* I orated with natural (lowers which
•
9
9      	
*f ! NOTICE.
9 '■    Tbat I Intend thirty days after date to
*
9
Mine Host Van Docar imported
:r.>m Vancouvor especially for
i ht* occasion.
ipply to the CMf!f t'omu,\f.*iUuwv of
[.ii'j'J-ar,d \V»M*k*» for a Special Licence
lit cut an<) <*4irry away tiinl*nr fj'nm
tin- following described Lands:
' nin*ri*-n<..*!</■ at a |x».-it planted ou the
ll-rOiiLh   »itt(-  of   Moyie  <"rf*'*k one and
*$i************V***********9*************'un^  "M*"- l""n,:" ]w "lmins
CS**<aSeS«$NSSS<k9
H Cline
of the olal Manatoiau Barber Shop
au now laa, found in tb.
WATTS' HniJMXI
P|r«l Claa« Work in nil branch*
..I the
Tonsorial Art
^a»a^>aj9aAal^>sma**a.^^a*ai^
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
*   KSTIMaM'KS PUKNII
Before   Starting
On Voiu Journe)
Gall at FioGiies
I tonth, tbenct) m ohalnswert, tbenoe HKi
f.aiu, north, sbanoe  M) ohafoa eastto
t j.ida-*- of   beginning,   containing till)
H"l ■--.
l>Hi<-<i JTtli December, 1905.
of, William Sohmook
NIS1IKI1 OX Al.l. WORK
JODBINO  PROMPTLY BXECUTED.
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale mi Easy   Terms.
von; i.fM ii put i.i,
Home   .Made
Finns, Cakes,  Piei
Ami lain
All
Bread ^^^^^^^^
;.tc.
COOKED MEATS Heady for
LIME AM» SHINGLES FOR SALE   Hliciiifr.
Telephone 82. Hanson, ftve., ■  Granbrook
TAflTy OF CRAN'HKOOK.
Take nuiica, that all Trades Liconaso.
due to thu Corporation of t 'ity ul (Iran-
brook are payable at the Olllce of tin;
city Clerk, Leaak Building, Baker
Street, on or before tho Itflih day of
December, 1095,
Datod tin; '.'mii "f l> nber.  1006,
i Iranbrodk, It. C.
C. H. I'UKST.
I.'ity Clerk.
^.|.T.|Ba[..T..rMi.'.[Mj,.]aJ.i>.J,,r,.lBr..jHra,J..|. ■Jn|..JaaT..J..jH1I.l..JaaJaaJn|M.BjM|aajM|M|»J.'M'.|.Ja
BEST  WISHES
*  FOR  A  *
Happy and Prosperous
NEW   YEAR
FROM
Beale & Elwell li
| Baker, St. Cranbrook, B.O.:;
*■! I III Mill I III I l»l MI > 1111II111 IM ll I IU | H''
TE^E wish to thank our
many customers and
friends for past patronage and
wish all a bright and happy
New Year.
HILL A COMPANY
m%\mmmmm
•?^':|:
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days alter tiutc I in-
Ittu, io t»u[»ly to the Chief CitiiiiuUsltmor of
Luiuls iinri mid WoikH tur |>oriniH!ituii U> cut
mi' carry away tlmbor from the follow in* do-
scritwit landi iu South But Kooteiiay:
Commeoolng at k put planted ai the inter-
■ctioii of in- Western iiounOury of i.ot tvm
unit northorn boundary of i,ot twtn., thmicv
north * ilghty eimins. thonoe west eight) ^halu.*
ttouofl houiii eighty rhwiti!.. tbehoe east eighty
Indus to place of beginning!
Miuuri November Mth, iiwn.
hi A. it. Fenwloh, Locator
t Winter Is Here ♦
AND ,      -, t
| Weather Strips. Door J
| Spring, Skates. Hockey {
| Sticks.   Pucks, Etc. *
| J. D. McBride {
J CRANBROOK, B.C. {
NOTICE.
Tiikt notice that Hilrty d»y*i after dste 1 in-
teint to apply to the Chi«f Con.in.lm-iuutjr of
I.Hudsiinil Workrt for purmlsHlon tn uut hn-I
carry away timber from the followlni; deiorib*
nl l'ind.-i In South BtSt Knnlemiy:
Commoncintr nt. poMt plan led on the -vi item
boundary Of I«0t BOW) outs mile nnrlh of Lot
hWft, thenee nortli eighty chains, ihiMict. wfMt
eighty ehaiuN. thence toutb oighty cbrUn*,
thenoe oa.-t eighty obalna.
Dated L'lth nf Xnvumher, PHir».
r.:. M     A. II. KenwlcU, Loeutor
•a^ISHING our Cranbrook
friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
Hugh SrEWART
Phone 75      ftrmstrono. ftve.
—THE-
RAGE this SEASON
FOR
XMAS  GIFTS
Are Portraits in Sepia Platinum, with a very artistic mounting whieh is entirely new.
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
J. Edgar Davis
♦   Bricklayer   ~
"""Contractor  * ,
PHONI5 115 ^ -'-"'
Furnace, Boiler,  B-*^  and
Fireplace Work^"^0'*'^1 A11
descriptiop^^tonework under
tftken^"'
Orders leltit J. D. McBRIDES
vHii Il«c«lr» Prompt Attaatlon.
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
A   Happy and  Prosperous Year   to every
citizen of   Cranbrook,  is
the sincere wish ot
Yours truly,
G.T.Rogers
I fl Happy New year
x\y
WE send you our hear***1
wish that ever.- ■"om«nl
may be golden, •"" <,aeh ,uld
everv though' be h,iKnt with
pleasure "M*' tomorrow, and
every "y of t,,e (,ominK y61"'-
"May this be the best year
yon have ever had, and the worst
you ever will have."
A Happy Now Year and
many of them to you anil yours.
w^1**
Reid & Co.
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