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Vtl. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IO, 1UOG.
No. 6.
OF INTEREST TO MINING MEN
Extraordinary General Meeting of
St. Eugene Mining (lo.
To the Shareholders ot the St.
Eugene Mining.Company, Ltd.
1. Inasmuch us il limy not ho
possible for some of the shareholders of tIn' company to bo
present', at llie extraordinary
general meeting to be held at
Toronto on the twenty-seventh
of January, instant, your directors have considered it advisable
to supplement the Information
contained in the circular of tho
19th of January with some additional facts in connection with
the proposed arrangement for
amalgamation.
2. Your directors have fulsome time past been of the opinion that a consolidation of the
properties of the Centre Star
Mining Company (iuoltidiug
those of tlKrVWar Eagle .Mining
Company), the St. Eugene Mining Company, llie Trail Smeller
ami the Rossland -'Power Company, was desirable and in the
interest of the shareholders of
your company, and lo thai end
caused an   examination of   llie
i var,ous properties to be made,
and reports thereon lo be prepared by Professor K. W. Brock
of tiie Dominion Geological Survey; Mr. John 11. McKenzie.
formerly general manager of the
Le Rol mines, and a member of
the linn of Bradley & McKenzie,
mining engineers of San Francisco: Mr. James Cronin, general
manager of Hie Centre Star.
War Eagle and Si. Eugene mines
Mr. li. A, Stewart, E.M., super-
inteuilenl ot Ihe Centre Star and
War Eagle, and Mr. J. M. Turn-
ijull, K.M.
J. Your directors in pursuance of the general scheme for
amalgamation of ihe properties
above mentioned have, as you
have already been advised, entered into an agreement providing for the sale of the entire
asseis of your company to the
Canadian Consolidated Mines,
Limited, in consideration of the
issue of 28,3311 shares (of the par
value of sMiio each) of the capital
stock of llie last named company
tho consideration for the sale being based upon the report of the
experts above named.
4. The capitalization of the
Canadian Consolidated Mines,
Limited, will he 85,500,000 of
which tiie sum of $4,098,800
stock will be issued in  consider
lory contracts witlijiudopeuiieut
smelters.
7. Vour directors therefore
ask your co-operation, as indicated in the notice of ihe meeting, in the consummation nf the
consolidation, ami that shareholders who liiul if Impossible to
attend the meeting shall noi fail
io return their proxies duly
signed. Signed ou behalf of the
company by
E, .1. KINCSTONE. Sec.
Will Run For Victoria.
Ottawa, Feb. 7. George
Riley, .VI. P.. arrived here today.
He will resign his seal in the
commons al once. This evening
on being seen by your correspondent, he said that he wits delighted
ihal British Columbia al lasl had
gol a portfolio and lie was resigning unconditionally on that
account. Senator Temploinan
will resign his seat in the. senate
and will run for Victoria. A
wrll for the election will be issued
at once.
CITY COUNCIL MEET
Will   Seoure  Deed   of   Building
Lots at Onoe.
A regular meeting of the city
council was held on Wednesday
evening. There were presenl,
His Worship Mayor Rogers,
Aldermen Murphy, Greer, Ryan
Tisdale and Jackson.
The minutes of lasl meeting
were read and adopted,
A communication from R. S.
Baron regarding Ihe hoarding of
city prisoners was referred to
police committee.
A communication from City
Solicitor (1. 1.1. Thompson was
referred to health cominillee.
The finance committee then
subuiilted their reporl for month
of January which was approved
and accepted.
Tiie mailer of improving llie
Eire Hall was referred to a joint
committee of works, fire and
police.
The Mayor then requested
Alderman Murphy to take the
chair while he gave his reporl.
of trip to Victoria, which was
received by the council, and a
vote of thanks tendered to the
mayor for llie able and satisfactory manner in which lie con-
dueled the business of tho city
al Victoria.
Il was moved by Alderman
Greer seconded by Aldermau
Tisdale thai, llie matter of securing    lots    lor     governmenl
ation of the purchase of the tin-! buildings be referred io corn-
tire assets of ihe following com- mittee on works, with a recoin-
panics, in tiie following propor- mondution to secure deed of lots
tion, thai is io say
'I'I,., St, Kum'iH' iiini.siiii-
ilutud Mining Co,, l.t.l.,   W.:i:iS.:ii»i
('i.iit.ni- stnr Mining in.
Iliuliiuillg Win- Riiglu
Trail Siui-lli'i'	
Hiij.ali.nil Power Co.,
Total   *l,OII8,80ll
The   remaining   ssnl.^iin   will
as soon as possible.
Notice of special meeting of
council on Friday evening al  H
fifm/iOll   I l'-m- w,ls ''""' r,'i"'
7'ui.nun   i   The council limit adjourned,
.10,11011
Police Court Reports,
Dennis   Malonny,   lor    being
drunk and disorderly, was   lined
Ijilo or Mil days hard labor.
John Vivau charged  wilh  being drunk  ami  disorderly   was
be   for   Ihe   presenl   relained in
tlm treasury.
Ti.    Vour directors consider  il
absolutely   necessary   thai   Ihu
new company should  n I0e j n„oti $io whicl paid,
business willi  the full  complej
....      An Italian named  I lios.   Mare
inent of  simples  ami   with noi1
, .„i,.   in,,,,    was  pul   into   the  cooler  this
uss than, anprox niately, ipooo,-       ,  .      ,. ,     ,-
1    ,       , "        ,. ., ,   week for taking up too much  ol
U00 in cash as  working capital, ' , ,
the city sidewalk.   He donated
$10 towards Ihu building of new
sidewalks.
Ed. Green and E. Sluploton,
while chewing Hie rag in one of
Ihe liolels ibis week gol bellicose
and Green finished by chewing a
PERNIE WATER BYLAW
V.   Hyde   Uak.
, Ihis week.
was at Wasa ,
FREE READING ROOM
Suit,   Pending   to   Amend   the
Agreement With Coal Company
Emmie, I'Vb. K, The public is
taking a greal interest in llie
ultimate resull of a suit which is
pending againsl thu corporation
lo am.'iid the waler agreement
bylaw. This bylaw it will be
remembered was assented to by
the ratepayers by a majority vole
It as  then contended  that   il
Should have been assented lu by
iln fifths majority,     Whether
the presenl council, who wilh
one exception are opposed to the
agreement made by the previous
council, will   make any  .serious
light in   lh. arts   as   to   tho
validity of the bylaw is a question.
If ilie presenl agreement wilh the
coal oompany is broken il will, it
is feared he some time before
another is entered into.
LOCAL NEWS.
A. I'. Bowness, C. M. Edwards
ami E. s il were al Wasa during il rly pari of this week.
Coutriiclor James Greer is
building a cottage for Thomas
Castro, near the E. K. Cos mill
.1. I'. Fii'.k was ciinlined In the
house for several days this week
with a severe cold.
III'.    II.    Wall   nl    Fori    Steele
was in ihe .■ ii\  Friday on professional business.
Born Ai Cranbrook. Satur
day, Fob, Oth, in Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. VVallinger. a girl.
Indian Agent 1,'. I,. T.«Galbrailh of Fori Steele was in lown
Friday.
Candies fresh every day at
Iln- -'Candy Howl." Why not
try thorn?
Mrs. II. (i. Jennings was a
gUOSl III llie residence of Mr.
ami Mrs. X. A. Wallinger Friday
W.   1) id  of   Nelson  was ii
tho city Friday. i    -I- T. Laldlaw who has been at
  the coasl for  several   weeks  on
II. Stockton of Calgary  was a business returned lo Cranbrook
guest al the Cranbrook Friday,    on Friday,
Harry McVittie was al   Pernie     a  match  hockey   game,   be-
this week on business. tweeu the  Pernie Juniors  and
  Cranbrook  Juniors  wus played
Road Superintendent   Mackay on Friday evening.
drove in from Steele Friday. 	
  Mr. and Mrs.  A.   B.   Fenwick
G. W. E. Carter was at Marys-] of Fori Steele were guests at the
ville Friday ou business. ; residence of Mr. and   Mrs. J. A.
  Harvey this week.
Chas.   Finch  was down from: 	
Marysville on Tuesday. Bainsford Parks was six years
  old Thursday and in honor of
F. Kelsall of Wattsburg was tii,, occasion' he   entertained   a
in town Thursday. number of ins little friends, who
- all reporl having a very pleasant
Judge  Wilson was al   Forme time.
Wednesday. 	
  A   good   cup   of  coffee, given
Mr.   and  Mrs.   S.  J. Mighton  free,   lor  one  week  al the Club
returned     Wednesday from    a ' Restaurant on Armstrong  Ave.,
short vlsli lo Halcyon Springs.   : whore you can gei a good  home
  [cooked  meal.     All  white   help
V. Rollins and T. M. Roberts employed.    Hoard -Sf. per week
was ai  Wasa this weok on bus!
R. H. Bohart, proprietor of
the Wardner Hotel, Wardner,
was iu tiie city Friday on
business.
Watch for the date. The Bos
ton Juvenile Opera Co. are coin-
Yearly  Report  of Secretary  and
Treasurer.
Au   enthusiastic   meeting   of
those interested in the Er,.,.
Reading Room whs hold mi Friday, Feb. 2nd, 1000,
President Mr. White called
the meeting lo order ami in a
few brief words explained the
object of the meeting for which
they were gathered together, ihe
two most important things being
tiie election of officers aud 1 he
financial prospects for the rum
ing year. Up then called for
Sec. Trims report which was
read as follows. The Sec.-Treas
report being received a motion
was passed reelecting all tin- old
officers.
A committee of ladies was appointed to take charge of collecting monthly dues.
A discussion followed which
resulted in a motion being passed
that a concert beheld in aid of
the Room and a coinmiii.ee was
appointed to take charge of llie
same. The meeting then adjourned.
Report of Sec Treus. Free
Reading Room.
AMOUNT l'ill.l.l-,l TKIl.
Subscriptions and monthly
dues aj205.H0. Contributed by
Cranbrook Labor Onion #100,
Total poii.ili).
AM. H
NTS  1-
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orr.
l-'iu-iiislii
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♦ 6H.S5
1'arc nl 1
mini..   .
148.0(1
l-tonl
IIKl.llll
Hook um
I'ltpora
24.00
Mglll um
Wo. nl
!!2.'65
1-IIHl Dili,
i- Ho*
11,00
.'l.tln
:ii>r,.nn
llnhii	
n Hunk
on
tuihi    mw.wi
The committee in charge of
concert to be held in aid  of  the
Free Reading Room has decided
W. S. Rililet of Nelson was in
llie city Thursday. It is said j ,„ huk| lh(, Slllm, „,, Wednesday
I tlmt Mr, Riblet is here to make
tile necessary arrangements for
the pulling in of a new Irani way
al Hie Sullivan mines
Dr. and Miss Connolly gave a
skating party   io a  number of
lug—8(1  people—the  besl   show I invited  guests nt   tho  Columbia!
now on Ihe road: | Skating Rink on Thursday even
ing, and supper at their resi
donee after several hours of
pleasure al the rink.
A tlock of wild geese were seen
j Hying in a Northerly direction ou
Sun.lay. Unless these weather
prophets are misleading some
warm weather may be looked for
although it certainly hasn't been
really cold yet.
Mr. .1. W. Forester, manager
of the planing mill at. Medicine
Hal. was iu town Saturday and
Sunday on a business trip.
Fred. Small who has been ill
at the Si. Eugene hospital for
some time has recovered and is
now receiving the congratulations of his many friends.
McClary "Canada" enamel
ware and the Kootenay Range
are our leaders.    We can supply
Y '     kitchen     requirements.  ,,, |)i(| .,,1],,,,  „, Mrs,   Fenwick
Fillmore Bros. wn0 |,,.m,s ,,„. i.,,,.,],,,,,,!, Ore., on
  Monday, and from thence lo New
Colin I. Brown, J. L. McFur-  Brunswick when her home will
lane,    E.    W.    Ransom   ('.    B.  uo hi future.
Morris and K. N. Jones of  Van 	
(Oliver  were   registered   at    tiie;     ,,    ...    ... .,   , ...
I   C.  W.  Shaw.   Medicine  Hal,
A reception will be held at. the
residence of Mrs. 11. 'I'. Rogers
litis afternoon from I lo li  p.m.
Cranhrook Tuesday.
A good timepiece is a faithful
friend. We have a choice seine
lion of ladies and gouts watches
IIII prices lo sail all pockets.
Will. I''. Tale iV Sou. .lewcId's
H I Iplicinn
and accordingly have arranged
that this amount should be contributed by this company, the
Centre Star company and the
Trail Smelter in proportion to
the relative values llxod by them
for the purpose of amalgamation
the
ed being
above staled
ti.    Your diroctors are of  the
opinion ihal the amalgamation is
working capital so ooiltrlbut- j portion of  Sin ton's ear.   The
being included iu  the values| "®oM' lll"n finished Green by
sentencing him lo chew   lock up
grub for thirty days.
The city police raided a "Fan
February 2Slh. I.'ioli, iu Wentworth Hall. Tiie besl of Cranbrook's talent will lake part.
Don't forget the date Wednesday
February 28th.
Ore Shipments.
Southeast Kooienay continues
to hold the banner record for the
production of silver-lead ore.
Shipments for last week was as
follows-.,
WI'IBK YKAK
St. Eugene.. .. ."il)!l 2.72-J
Sullivan     1100     1,-180
Three Days to Cross.
alluvial     deposit      was     thus
obtained.   They are now having
a shaft sunk on the wesl side ol
tin-   hike.    Complete soundings|
of the lake \\iTr made this week
Holes were cut in tin- ice al   ui.s
lances uf  P'u  feel  apart.    Tin
deepesl place found is   140   feel
which   is   nut   lur   from   li.     II
Miner's   island.    Tin- sounding!
show tlml there is n   "hogback'
about ilie center uf the lake and
al lluit point llie waler is only 17
feci in depth.    Movie Leader.
NEW COURT HOUSE
The  Provincial  Government  and
Cranbrook City Will Erect
Public Building.
McBride Favors the K. C. R.
Premier M.-Bride has written
Easl Kooienay people regarding
const ruction of the railway south
from Golden: "I quite agree
ihal the development of your
section of Iho Province would he
materially assisted by the con
structiou of ihe road in question,
and from reports at hand fuel
assured that we may expect lo
see construction under way in
the very near future.''
MORTGAGE SALE
Property of the Cranbrook Brewing and Malting Co Sold to
L. B. VanDecar.
All Ihe properly of tin- ('ran
brook Brewing ami Malting Co.
was sold on Friday by -I. Arnold
auctioneer, at public sale. L
11. VanDecar was the purchaser,
the property being sold to him
for the sum of $12,02.".
The sale was forced by Ihe
for" closing of a mortgage of
1(110,000 held by F. Clapp aim Al
Mutz.
DISTRICT  MINING NEWS.
Of Interest to Those Engaged in
the Development of the Min
ing Industry of Southeast
Kootenay.
I'hal there ure numerous pros
peels of merit in Southeast
Kootenay, awaiting capital lo
bring thorn mil goes without
■ayiiig, for nil lluit is required
to convince ilie average investor
that here is a district in which a
profitable investment can be
made in ihe mining line is to
have him visit ilie Gi'iinbrook
district.
Notwithstanding    thorn   has
been less said and published dur
iug Ihe past year upon mining
n Southeast Kooienay than in
previous years. 1005 was un
picsiionahly, from the viewpoint of conservative mining
en, the mosl satisfactory of all
in the history of tho district.
Coal    mining    in    Southeast
The following explanatory
from the Lands and Works De
partment, is ihe resull uf His
Worship Mayor Rogers trip tu
Victoria in tin- interest nf Cranhrook i Ity
Lands and Winks Department
Victoria Mat Jan . 1900.
Sir.
I have the honour to acknowledge llie receipt of your letter
of the '."'th instant In whloh you.
on hehall of the council of the
city of Cranbrook, submit to the
Governmenl of British Columbia
s    proposal   embracing   certain
conditions for llie ei tion   of a
public building in Cranbrook to
bo used jointly by the Government and llie city,
This mailer has been given the
most fnvorablu consideration and
I have now i In- pleasure to inform
you ihai the Government will
contribute, suhjeel to the conditions montioned hereafter, one
half of ihe expenditure for the
erection of a suitable building,
llie total cost uf which will be
aboul twelve thousand (ifil2,000.)
dollars.
The conditions in the question
are as follows:
1st. The Council nf the city
lo secure an eligible site, to be
conveyed before construction is
commenced free of cost to the
Province.
2nd.—The   building    to   Ik-   a
frame building on stone founda
lions, and comprising basement
and ground and tirsi floors, the
basement to contain healing
apparatus, fuel room and general
store nnun for ihe Governmenl
purposes. The ground and lirst
Moors lo contain together,
Mayor's office City Clork's office,
County Court Judge's room, and
Chambers, Government offices,
Vaults for both Govermoul aud
Civic purposes, Court room,
Grand and Petit Jurors rooms
witness room and I,aw Library,
the various offices and rooms
mentioned to lie arranged during
llie preparation of the drawings
lot he satisfaction of a 11 concerned
i'.rd. The Council to occupy
tho Court Room for meetings of
the ( oiiniil when required, but
iii doing so they shall not conflict
ui any way with llie proper sin-
inns uf the Courts.
(lh. The drawings prepared
by ilie Public Work Engineer to
be jointly approved by the
Council and myself before work
is commenced,,
5th The maintenance charges
including cost of heating, water
rates and the necessary repairs
to the building generally, inclusive of the Interior repairs of
llie   several offices,   lobe  borne
The Canadian Pacific, beginning  next   March,   will   send   n
limited I rain across ihecoiiiinenl Kootenay is carried on ton Inrg.
In "2 hours, cutting on'24 hours extent and protit, There is a
More local trains will bo operated big market for ihe product, and
so lhat tlio limited can be devoted the operation for UlfKl will he on
entirely to through business.        enlarged lines.
From Winnipeg to Calgary any :    In   t|„,   Si.   Mary's   district, I equally by Iho City and the Gov-
Mrs'.!''' Mc Dona Id^'iBa vitrei ' E isl'm'  ,'i"1 1m' "'iiiiiiniiie.l.  also where little hns been doing for nrnninnt,
R. Wildniiin, Forme. Ed, Foiiguii from Ottawa to North Hay. several years pnsl, there is uvl-     li these conditions .ire agree
Marysville,   W.    II.    Baldwin, deuce if nu awakening fur this able lo you the sun of $0,000,00
Moy'ioaiidC. H. C.askill of Kim-     The Kootenay Central  R. R.    I     ,,    A ,,„,„,„,.,,,,,,..,. ,„,,,,„,„.  wir.L HK   PLACED  l\  THE
berley  were  regisle,    al   Ihe ! ,,„ Alki creek has b reopened  ESTIMATES as a contribution
1,'oyal tins week. Mr.  Po on.   pres don   of  the   . ,, ,, .   .. ,.
1   , during llio pnsi month. towards   this   molding   un   the
loiennv   Ceniriil   Railway    is, , ,. . ,  ,
1    '      •   ■'      "      ' terms above mentioned.   I have
ir   nheilienl
& Opticians, i""" -"'•'" -•"• iuii.-.i.  p,.-.s,,.,'„, ,„  """idnriiig the past monlli towards  this  building
  , ,  . ,    Kootonay  Central   Railway   is ,,, , .   ,
,,  ,,, ,,    ,.,, ,        i      Arrangements urn bolng made ,  ' ,, ,„,    ,', A gi i add lion to the silver- terms aim\c i itioned,
M-DrS^  '*««■*•-' W  hM ' •' '
L, T,,   ,,    i    •     ,.   ,,. '  i ,„• „ I ha     loernaineiii   and  a so loraMii.iu i m nu      luoiw.iy,     win. u   u.....i       .' uipvnnl
Ewe,. \    Eschwig. B Br ' »J «• L,„n|e toumi nt.  Those wish   uloi uld build unilor tl ir- will surely conic from Southeast sen ant,
and A.  I Inip.nau a I  nl   feme ,.,„„,,„„,.,«,    has    lined   llio*""1 V'"strict this year .■ I . ' .1 I.I.V
were registered ul the I iisinn nil-.    *• .JJ ■'   .    .      in.uni.tiB,    nun   ..., i   un       ...   .    , i    Chlol  Commissioner .
iiau Friday. [secretary ai on,m.    I here is also    ,,,,p„siti„n „,,   .„, „,   „r |h„     kimberley win t presenl re-     d w   ,
111   challenge   for   any    persons | '„,      ,.  ,, ,    ., I ||(„.is some of  th llvilv   ure.      ,,,     „•  ........    ,,.      .,
if Luuds
S'^^'"''™V^^0r'r"tDtuH;as theC, P. B, doclln   North Star was , nlys ,g
lodriswhlll the p«0| .f Soulh   """"•     Th" s"lliv:'"  "''""1' "'
„,,s,    Knuteuav    would    like   „,  mines are doing good work   Ink
I | ing out about 12.. Ions ul   silver
I,.ml mi. dully,
Metal Quotations
very greatly in the  interests of |Ttin"ganio In Chinatown Thurs
the shareholders of ail llie
companies, as affording greater
security for the payment of
dividends, both ill relation to U
consistent or average production
of ore and as giving to the amalgamated company a self-contained business not   dependent
day and captured llie Fun Tan
paraphernalia, blinker mid play
ers, who donated ?70 lo the city
treasury.
Charlie Yo was up before
Police Magistrate Anderson
charged with selling opium. He
was found guilty ami lined #250,
,     !",   ,1'ersonRij    • ,     .   , )(,       , othol,|Heels sol f th livily  pro-i    m,   Wo.-8hl|j   the   Mayor   of
,„, , :,.     ,,,,,., wishing to try hand  bull.     Ask      B v„|on1  in   the days   when   ihe1 -
The regular public pi ningi,,  , ..miii,..,.-.
services   will   be   held   In    Hie
Methodist Church  nexl  Sunday
al II a. in. and 7:80 p.m.     Even,    Sl|in|py   ,\(hims,     who     will
ing subject  "Choked und  nowL.,.1UIU, ,„ cimnhrook In Went-
relieved".     Chorus singing. m'-LId,..',   ||„||   next Tnesdiiv even-
Iheiiis and male quarlelle.      All  j |H a bai'lloiio   who   has al-
are Invited to come, ready uUiunod nn enviable repu
       ,,, lulIon as ii  ilrsi class artist In
If after reading awhile your (     |(||1
eyes sting and   burn,   imilindilllo    ' 	
rolinf Is obtained by our perfect-      |)1()|, (|  Knn[]  gnio|{0 j,,, tl) s.
| ly adjusted glasses.    Neglect   of L   xi i ■• Ii I«.t i tbe Tuhacconisl.
'this condition   Inrltos disease
Prnieci youi health by re ring Writ Issuod.
Hie     strain.     We     r t ind
glasses   only    when   benolloial, , The writ for
Win. F. Tate k Son. 0ratiuiile       ua»». '
Or liceins "'"    •|l"ll'lil1      ''Ve election       in 	
pl   Victoria city, .mused h,v 'os- j   ■» rmw m »"
The Sutherland Sisters will be  ^n,,,',, »   ,; ■„„   R)|ny     p,,     || js jusl so feel to bedrock   nl  Blliee 1000,
Grand Concert
,\ grand Concnrl will he glvon hhh
Ql, Tuesday evening Feb. Rial,   Tlm  price  of   I li, | unattached curlers and won the
Cranbrook. Cranbrook, B. C
At  Golden Ronspeil.
At the bntlspeil of Ihe North-
east KootOllliy Association held
at (ioldeii last week Judge P.  E.
Wilson. Nelson's only representative there, picked up n rink of
grand challenge trophy.   Nelson
News.
at Chas. E   Reid .* Co., store on
Wentworth Hall by ft snlec.t com. ""•""   l'olm'H    h"   ,","'1""
pauy or  English artists   under I11""'1""   >'"-"-'''h.y.     ^'"''I'1   "
tho' direction  of   Mr.   Stanley'"11 fm"' l'ollUs low"'''. '"""">'     As Judgo Wilson laa cltlsun of
Vlains ul 'London. England. claims   will   llglllll   bo   In order,  Cninbrook. and the rink  known
! Silver   advanced   yesterday   in .,,,  n1(    Cranbrook   rink,   being
The Suhmiirino Project. both London I New York and composed of a citizen of Cran-
is now iii i>.'. I ciuts. the highest brook,  a brother and son-in-law
jof a Cranbrook man. we cannot
March
Every    woman      iu
pormll Hon. William Templeman | tho shaft siteof tho Uluck McKay     Al Mul/i, nagnrof tho i.',,,-, | understand whiit claim the Nei
upon its ability to make satlsfac-1ol' three months ut hard labor.
„---."   ",   .■•'.'••:, nil mii* Ho run for tho commons,   was I Mining  company,   A sandpipo {Steele  Brewing Co.,    was   atl or Nelson has upon tho rink that
see thelrlong andbwlltlful hair issued this afternoon j-was driven and Ibe depth of the | Craubrooli Friday OU business.    ! won the grand challenge trophy THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBBOOK   B.C., FEBRUARY I". 190G.
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS    jv.   ,   -.,                   .            priuter tho-dilTorence in prlntlnii
©Ije ItrOOpalUr.   !,„ lMLhInK ami in conclusion
lira note
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C
a       Lighted   By   Electricity
ill Heated By Hot Air
I'.STAUI.lsUKIi    IW6
A. B. Grace,
l'l'lll.lsllKK    AND   EDITOR.
said: "Now you may prim u
kiss on my choek. but you must
not  publish  it."    IVith lhat ho
lucked the fair form ill his arms
anil weni to press.
EMPLOYMENT
ACiBNCY
h will pay those who are
looking for work lo call and
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  If there is any one  tiling th.
SATURDAY, PRii, io. itiofl.        people of Soullieasl   Koolunaj
~   need ill llie presenl lime il is the
HE truest ion lias boou ask   investment of capital lo develop     ||r ,..ln ^,.,.,,,,. you a job and
I   why   ii   is thai   the I our great natural resources, and  n|so Ut you oul in
T
Jim   McArthur
Comfortable  Bedrooms _ Ipeople of Cranbrook cnutiol  act Ievery inducouiont and every  on
First  Class  Dining  Room unitedly and harmoniously in nM cotirageinont slioukl he hold  out
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS     matters affecting the welfare ol '" those who   have    iej   to
Central
Hotel
ROBERT JOHNSON       fj
Proprietor  -/i
:♦:   Marysville. B.C.    ♦
The leading Hotel of the St.   Mary's  Valley
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished,   Table as good
tl)   as any in Kootenay.
m GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS
ihe city. Lei every Crau-
brookite assume Ihal the honor
ami reputation of his abiding
place is in his keeping, and woe
be to ihe luckless wighl who
ventures to utter one disparaging
remark, whether as lo the
climate, Ihe citj council, the
linaiicial standing or business
prospects of tin mi a, or any
Dtlu the supposed    ictors in
development.
bring il here.
What we need here is ihe In
voslmeul of money With,ml u,
progress of the disl rii-l .. ill in-
slow, bill w ith -I it 's no idle as
serliou lo say thai in a compai
al ivelj short lime ' lie Craubrooli
district w ill become one ol tlm
i ii mi's! and must populous d . \
i rids iu British i 'oluinbia. *
t Jollies, Shoes,
Huts. lite.
Jim MGflnnur
FOUND
OX BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR WKST OP
HILL   .V   CO.      Tin- OUlj   |ila,-e ia lown
•    that cuu Ultlke life Worth tile iiVil,y.
tie
an note
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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LCOHN  !
cranbrook aerii 967 ! Tailor"   Importer of t
Fa   O.   E.
.
/ ine it oolens.
We wish  ."."i-\                                         - "
mr city could gel the idea tirinlv  FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES      '   -   ■ MU-.   An
Time Tells Story •    n-tssrs
l{\   nil lish \\
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WAvoj
We -iometUiws wish we
do sui*h tjood work, been  -<•
i- «n lona    ■ ■-.     Hut
GOT  THE  HABIT
ni iiuii j  j
tin.) '■' '   ji' ' 'too li   ire!
>., w.   don       '...-.
■ antr.-'    In fact wi imili
i   N*ew   ^ '-..r   ■—   Itioi    10
better work than ■■
• ■. [1   il    loo,        -   i-l      lllil.y   -
!„.-i!,|,'.
, I'i i i-   U    I-",
I    l\      .!   i. ,.
■ -   is a   large  populul ion
!'  ere is  no  districl   iu   British '
nntiiii
essiiii;   invitations        „„„.„„,„„„„„ „,.,,..„„,„.„„„.,,
ilie sous and daughters ol   mei
i MUSIC I
Mi'S     Hisllin   TEACHER OF THE
IS,   niSllip PIANOFORTE
aj, Oats, leal, Feet
We have this week unloaded a ear of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
SPECIAL PRICE POR Ton Lots, Call and see us before
buying elsewhere.    We also carry a stock of
carnefa's stock and poultry food •
Harris Bros.
to con .'  forth  and enjoy   them
selves and share in l
1   ' i      ly ol  Ihe   Koote
nai s
;1vh'',\  Mountain Chaptei  s       Special atteulion lo touch,
- :        technique,   phrasing   and
3! I      grading uf studies.
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V Fro    ,    s   ess   p0iu, ./.    ,i  ANCIENT ORDER /FORESTERS
,|'" ex-       Court Granbrook 8943
3; FOR ft FIRST-GLASS TURNOUT
ti'
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Host In Quality
Most Artistic In Design
Lowest Iu Price
liiinters,   Paperliangei's  unci   Decorators
Sign Painting a Specialty
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Wholesale
LIQUORS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale .V Porter.
T. LEBEL * CO., Hav and Gain,
AND
CIGARS
whal do -..'.' lack, even if il should
prove irue which is mu very
probable thai our uiercantile
establishments are -.i■ i.i.ji.- to retain a foothold in '-very mining
camp in the district in Ihe tierce
competition of the future, i lur
future is indeed most promising,
Let us all unite and boost for
Cranbrook
The iletineil policy of the
Nelson Daily News is low and
vulgar, and its abuse of the
McBridu government is as distasteful to decent liberals as it
naturally is to conservatives.
Some "Grit'' newspapermen
at Victoria, long on assignment
and expectations and short of
copy, sent oul a sensational report last week thai the governmenl were defeated, Their imagination was somewhat overheated by the wish being father
lo Um thought.
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.      ^LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
Furnished for any point in tho
s   JXU    AMI    ITU    TI'KSIIAVS
IS PATMOKK'S hall
l.rctliurn   I'ui'iliiiUi    in.it. < 1
C. I!.,    I. M.'t'iiW.W.
S.'.'ivuin.   .1. SIMS.
district.
M. DEER
Cranbrook, B.C.
»••«
c. c. c.
GalQuTij Gauie Go.
Fresh and Salted Meats
Fish and Poultry in Season
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bv mail will I' "'■ prompt and     n-.-l      ittenl i m   '
t    men    ■ i use   sol
(Irder l\\  Phone 'In
I'he    government     railway
policy is un record" as follows:—
"Nu  application    for   aid.   and
no proposition from the holders
of   any   railway   charier, or  Ihe
promoters    of    any      railway
scheme,   will  bo eniertained by
Ihis governmenl under any circumstances, unless such persons
cliaiii'i'-holders in promoters so
applying shall  bring the most
im-".  te   ami   satisfactory   evi
i> Idence of their ability and   inten
\    tion lo liuild al   once,   ami   shall
|    ■.'   ■  llie inosl complete proof of
♦    : he I- liiiiiu lull's  in  ihe Iriinsiic
um and ili.'ir linaiicial nml other
'iipucilj '.. curry oul   Ihuir  pro-
'    position    wilhoul    delay.      No
I   more "paper   railways  will   re-
i   ."   • ii il, nor will any  subsidies
' lof money ur land bu  grained   lo
l    is   tu  sell
ir dinners, thus enriched, ill
noil price lu sonic  other  cor-
Professional.
HARVEY & McGARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
crtANBKOOl.,     -    ll.C.
W. P. CURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Boot-siioe Maker
All Work (iiiiiriuitecil
\,-« Work .Mail.- in Measure
Armstrong Ave.   ?,jii™l,S u„,d
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| Royal   Hotel
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\ A
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who are  weary and  thirsty,  drop in, and
Alex will do the rest.
ALEX McCOOL    Prop.
I   When   You   Think   Of |
9
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Granbrook
British t'uliimlii
C. H. DUNBAR
UAfllllSTKH, Siil.H'IToU
i.mi NO'j'AHY l-riii.ir.
l'ranbrook, B.C.
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
G. H. Thompson
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^Pt   NUTAIIV I-l'II1.1.'
OFFICE   LEASK   BUII.OINO
I'nuiliriiiili. H.C,
T H 0 M A S   M o V I T T I K
P.L..S. A- C.E.
Port  Steele  ll.C,
•M»|HM«l-lH|..M«l-««i«l'>tH|»|..f4«|..»>*
DR, E, W, CONNOLLY
Phuslclan nmi Snrijeoii
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SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific   (;(iast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Bloopers, Butlott
Library Curs, Modern
Duy  Conchas.
Dining Ciii-h.
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
t
You Think Of
i    "HUTCH"
JOHN HUTCHISON
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CRANBROOK
HOTEL m
J. Edgar Davis: 2 n^^iWLtwr 2
t    |.orat
Bricklayer
"""Contractor
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Centrally LocatBd
Electric Liyhts
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Manitoba Hotel fGranbroo
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Under  [Ne*.*   M«iiau;emciit
veru
I'lidiiiiarti'ts ha   inintlifj    y.
When inn want a  got
are    In   stop   I n|IH' In ll
men ,inu "in no., i " ,1     ,,
'■    Manitoba,
d, a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth *
OKAIIV .', DOYLE, PROP1
''\
..,1   ror
ll'il'l.
I.'iii'iiace,   Knilor.   Range   ami
Piropliico Work n Spooinlly, All
ilest'i'i|ilioii of slono-WOI'lt lllllloi'-
llllien.
Orders leit at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will II Ivi- I'raiapl Aii.'iiiiiii,
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Tonsorlal Art i
l-'ni- lull iinrllunlniv,  i-nliis,   f.ililei'i
nlil., ...I mm .... mid rum,
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Hutitllo, Wnall,
i .   W.   MAIIOXliV, O.l'. ,.   '|',A.
S|nil(iini'.
MANITiH'.A  IIO'I'KI,
s iinil ili'ivel's I'lirnish
lllly   |ioilll   ill Hie ilis
A. DOYLE, Mtwngor
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Nearest lo niili'oiul depot.    Has iieeoiiiino
Uilt lull*    lor    Ihe    public    iiliei|iialle.l   ill
Oranbroolt.
iti
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8
glint and Cold ltaths
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    \
Proprietors a
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I P. Burns k Co. 1
tz Hun.i om,/«,
*a~ CulifHry, Alliorlu.
Main otlltu for Ebbi Kootonay, r^j
C.'iiiiliimik, B.C T3
3
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3
WHolewale nnd Retail
| Meat Merchants 1
£ Dealers in
Abnttoir and Cold Storage3
:ii Calgary, Alberta.   3
7.iUmiUUiU)UliUUiUiUtiUUi8UliUUUUUUUiUUitUlUUliU^
£    Live Stock THE PROSPECTOR, CRANHROOK, B C, FEBRUARY ii
NOTICE.
Noti.-o is hereby given thai I intend
iu apply to the Chiel Comratenlonei- of
Land, ami Works for lloenoe to pros-
pcet for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lamb: Beginning at a |m9t
planted at the northeast eorner of
Morrissey to.vi.site, thenoe south om-'
mile following the general trend of the
Elk River, thenoe west ono mile,
thenoe uorth one mile, thenoe .-a»i one
lulls to the point of commei lent,
Fertile, B.C., Deoemuer Btli, 1805.
.1. J. i iowderay
51 Per J. ll- Ferguson
NOTICE.
Sottee la hereby given lhat I Intend
to apply to tho Chlol Coininlsslonor of
Lands and Works tor lloenoe lo pros-
poot for Coal and Petroloum on the
following' lands: Beginning at. a post
planted at Hie northeast eorner of
Morrissey tOWItstlO, tllOUCe west one
mile, thence north one mile, Ihenee
east to the Klk Hiver, thenee south
'allowing the general trend of Ihe said
river to the point of eonimoneoinent.
Kernie, B.C., December llth, 1905.
.1. II. Senkler
51 Per J. li. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for liconoo to proa
pent for Coal and Petroleum on Ha
following lands: Beginning ut a posl
■iliiiili.il at the southwest eorner of .1
tl. Seilkior's elaim and marked VV. A.
Maclenan's northeast oornor, thenee
south one mile, thence west one mile,
thonoe north one. mile, thenoe cast ono
mile to the point ol commencement.
Kernie, H.C., December oth, WUS.
W. A. Maeieuan
51 Per .1. U. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Nutioe is hereby given that I intend
io upply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroloum on the
following lauds: Boglnnlng at a i»st
marked W. A. Maclenan's northeast
corner, thenee west one mile, thenee
north one mile, thenee east one mile,
thenee south one mile to the point of
conitnouceiueiit.
Kernie, B.C., December llth, 1905.
Helen Korguson
51 Per J. 11. Forguson
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam   Boilers and Kurnaee Work a
Specially.
Cost, anil Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook. B.C.
DRAYING
We have boon in the business
for several years, wo have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
flboyi that Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason .t Risch
Pianos, wo can do the work without risk. Also Household Fur-
nature.
PERRY k FITZGERALD
Proprietors of the
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
OttlOO opposite
C.P.R. Depot. Phono (18.
The Illinois Central
Maintains uiioxcollod Borvlce from
the wesl It. the east and south. Milking
close connections .villi trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago
Louisville, Memphis ami New Orleans,
ami through these points to the fur east
Prospective travelers desiring Infer*
tualion as to the lowest, rales and best
rouies are invited lo eorrespoiuleiiee
wilh Ihu following represeulllllves.
II. II. Tite.Miii'i.i., Coiniuorolal Agent
143 Third Si., I'ortluiid, Oregon,
J. C, LlNIIMKV, T. P. 4 I'.A.
ill! Third nt., Portland, Orogon
p. ii. Thompson, p. & I'.A., Uoom i
Column Bldg., Soattlo, Wash,
Happy at Last
Her lukud ■• UagerseU UuUe*u*4-
•uruwto Tuuicu Beraed-r Cared Mir*.
Iiu Inly tttrt: " Fur ike lint mm
lincc I un lieu mvritd 1 cm
be happy and i.onieui-
hud u cut«d uf bin ImmJ I
w
of di inkiag. Stvantl raoiitbi
•au you Miit «c a Ire* uMiple
uf yaw remedy ax my w-
t*Mll, aad without »•/ bm-
tmtd't knowledge I uve tt
to him in bis tea aull food.
I then go* h full trealurttt
and gave it regulruly, ll U
wundciful, ud I lunot tulfa-
tenth; dunk you for tbe bkaaod
WAKK  rataayc   p.imeuUr*,,U-s'i"'*,»itlU
anil price Belli in *»l:ilii healed (nCvfilojn*,   Cui
rPH|n»iiili'iiii- s.-undly confidential, Adiln—
TIIH SAMAK1A HKMI.DY Ci).. 01 JuidlAU
Clinuibcta, jiitduu St., Toronto, Caiiada.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 1 Intend
to apply ta the Chief Commissioner t»r
Lands and Works tor licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
inarkfd.lt. A Welsh's northwest oor-
ner (one mile wost of the Elk River),
Ihenee south oue mile, thenee oast one
mile, theuce north out* mil**, tlionoo
west one mil** to the point of com-
meiieeiuont.
Ferule, !».<'.. December Hth, 1903,
It. A. Welsh
01 Per J, )'.. Fergusoy
^ Start the New Year *=£-
well by having your
PICTURE TAKEN
at
Prest nwio Go.
Studio.
ache ITwwpertor      JAMES GREER
SATURDAY, FEB, 10. 1906,
Baker St,
Cranbrook, B.C
NOTICE.
Notloe is hereby ittveu that. IW days afte
iiuit;, l Intend lo Apply in the Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lumts and Works ror a special
Ikoui'o lo out und carry uway timber trotn thu
fullowiiijt described lands in Kast Kootonay
District. Hrlilsli Columbia:- Conuueuolitg ut n
l*OHt iiiaiiti-ii ut j. Wlrth's south-east corner
No. 8 olalm; thenee north tun chalna, thonee
uunniJi-haiu.s. thence south ItiOohalnH, tbence
west 40 chains iu place of beginning.
Uivu-'i thW'.'Hh duy of November, I'.'u.v
It. KKKSIUW.
Locator,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby giveu that, su days after
dmc. 1 Inteiiil toup-ily tu tlie Hon. Chief L'uui-
uilnHluuer of Luuds uiul Works for a apcolul
liconoo lo eut and carry awuy timber from the
following deacrlbed lauds iu Kim Kootouuy
uinirict. Brltlab Columbijti •Commencing at a
post planted ut a. t. Coll'well'a aoutheust corner, Unmet* north UK) ehains. thenco east w
chains, thouce aouth ItWobalus, tbeace west-it)
ehulns to plnee of beKhinlug.
Dated this -.Uth duy ot November. 1905.
II. KERSHAW, JK.,
Locator,
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that, -W duys lifter
date,; Intend to upply to the Hon. Chief Com*
missfouer uf Lauds und Works for a speeiui
licence to out and carry away timber from the
following  described  lauds in   Kust   Kootenay
District, liriilsh Columbia:--Commenelug ut a
pom planted at ll. Kurnhuw'* south-east corner
No. I licence, thence uorth l*w ehulns, thenee
eaat -to chains, tbenee south i.w chuins, thenee
west 40 eluilus lo plum of beginning.
Dnted this Utth duy ot November, iwr>.
J. WIKTH,
Locator.
NOTICE.
Nutlet! in hereby givetl that. UO days after
date, 1 Intend lo apply tu Ibe Hon. Chief Com-
mlsalouer or Lauds and Works fur a.special
licence lo eut aud curry away timber from the
following described lands! in Kasi Kootenay
Districl, British Columbia; -Commencing at u
post planted ul J. McNeil's north-west corner,
theuce soutb 100 chains, thence west w chains.
theuce north lite ehaina, thence eust iu chains
lu place of heKlnuiug.
Dated itiii 2-ith day ot November, l'JOA.
J. MAIfTKN.
Locator,
NOTICK.
No.ioe ia hereby Ki.eii tlml. :IU duys J,l!,-r
(late. I iliLeuil tu ui'ply t.» tlio Hun. Cliii-r Com-
...laalouor „f Luuds 1111,1 Work, lor 11 spuoial
licence to eul and eurry uway timber ft'ou. ttic
following described luuds It. Heat ICooteuuy
Dlstrlot, llritish (.'olumblu: -Commencing nt a
post planled at ,\. A. Bwln*. north-west eorner,
theuce south idOchulUH. thenee west tu cluiiiia.
thence north tso chains, thence ,-sstli. ehains
to plsce of lies-iuulUK.
i)at,-.i this i.tii day nl November, r.Kir,.
J. Mi.NWl,,
Locutor,
NOTI' 1.
Notice is hereby jflv.-ll that. ;w days after
dau-. 1 Intend lo apply 10 .lie Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for 11 special
licence to out and carry away timber from the
following; described lands in i-iiist Kooteiuty
District, llritish Columbia: Comtuuuclng at a
post planted at Jacob Nelson's unrtli-wesl corner, thence soulh IU0 chains, thence weat .0
ehaius. tl.ul.ee uorth Kill chains, thonco cast ID
chuins to place nf l.t-aiiiiiiin.'.
Dated this L'411. day ol November, IHor,.
A. A. KWIN.
Locator.
NOTICt.
Notice Is hereby given that. .1.1 days alter
,te, 1 intend toapply to llie lion. Chief Com-
.iiisHlo.it-.- ,or Lands nnd Works lor u special
licence lo cut und curry away timber from the
following   dese.ltic.l  luuds In  Kast Kooteiuty
District. Ilrltlslt ColuinblH! Commonelng at a
post planted onu-half milo wesl or lliu skunk
um.'liuck itiver. on the lirst creek on west side
and close to llie trail going up said creek,
tbeace smith bin Ohttllls, tlience nesl III eluilns.
tlience nortli inyelialns, then. i.si liiehalns
10 placoof hcititiuihg.
Paled nil. -mii duy ol November, ItWn,
J.Mtlll NKI.St.N.
Locutor.
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given thut, '.m days after
date, I Intend to apply to thu lion Chief Com.
uiisslonci of I....... ^ nnd Works fur a speeiui
llcnu.-e In cut ami carry away tlmbor from lliu
following lleserlllUll  luuds  ill   Kast   Kuoteliuy
District, Hrltlali Colmnblui -Coiuinenelng ai a
post planted i.i ll. Kershaw, .Ir.-s suuth east
eorner No. -1 licence, thenee easl in ehulns.
thonee north IC" chains, tlience weal in chains,
tl...... mth WO ohulns 10 place or beginning.
Dated this Wtb day of November, I'M..
.1. IVIIt'l'll,
l.ocnl.ir.
NOTICE.
Notloe is heroby given thai IW days after .late
I Intend to apply to the Hun. chiuf Cnmuibt-
sloiler of Lauds au.l Works lur n speeiui
licence lu cut and carry away tlmbor from ll.C
following described  lands  In  Kust  Kouletiny
Dlslrict, llritish Col Ida:   .'oinmciiciuc, at 11
posl planted ui Noln ,lolltiKon's nnrlhwust corner No. :l licence: .hence west liiehalns. thul	
north IttuChulUS, lliuiici, ,-l.sl II. clialllH, theuce
suuth liMicliiims lu pll.ee nl beginning,
Dated this -in i.,lay ur November, lues.
a A, 'I'. t.'tlLI.WKI.L. i.ueutor
Three & Four Year Coursis
in Milling, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical antl Ktrcl.icl
Hnglneerlng,
Mi..'-.uI...-y .1.1.1 (icluity,
Biology ami Public Health*
Wilt, fur calendar to
The Secretary,
School of  Mining,
JUlsjUuu, Uui.
READ.
Notice I. horoby glvon tlml :m.lays altorilatu
I Itttumltoapply in the Hon. chief comtuls.
sinner of l.nnds atnl Worltsforaspet'lal licence
tu eul ami Carry awuy limber h-olll  llie follow- '
lint deflcrlliuil lands lu Kust Kooienay Dlstrlot, |
llritish Columbia: Comment-lug nt u post
planted ui 11. Kershaw, Jr.'s norllieiist corner
No. •! licence:   llienee west HU chains,  thul I
north WI olmliiH, tlientio cast so olmltis, tlionoo
suuth so chains iu the plaee ol boglnnlng.
Dated this tilth November. I90,V
t b.  II. S1ULL. Lua.iui
A VISITOR FROM CRANBROOK
Mayor Rogers Tells of Progress
of the East Kootenay Town.
<i. 'P. Rogers, or. us Ik- Is
mora familiarly known in liis
home town, "(iraiul Trunk
Rogers," returned lust nigh! to
Cranbrook, of which coining
metropolis he is tlio mayor. His
I Worship's mission to thi- Capital
City was to interview the government to secure an appropriation, If possible, for a combined
civic and provincial building
thut the citizens ol' Cranbrook
ure desirous of seeing erected.
Judging from Mayor Rogers-
smiling manner lust night, It
was not hard to detect thai his
journey  down   to  Victoria   hail
proved successful, which he admitted during his little talk to
the news-gatherer. Tapping his
coat pocket, he said:
•'I have hud un assurance that
makes me return home all the
happier, for il is a written undertaking from Hie government
that when the estimates are sent
up they will contain an Item of
113,000 towards a building thai.
we desire creeled for the combined use of the city of Cranbrook and the province. The
building will, we expect, cost
120,000. Of this sum the city
was prepared to put up half, and
the government has agreed lo
vote $6,000: but the governmenl
does not include in its appropriation any specific amount for Ihe
purposes of a much-needed ti reproof vault to hold the records
of the East Kootenay district
which this building will contain.
That item I dare say will he provided. However, my trip lias
proved eminently satisfactory
and encouraging.
ENTHUSIASTIC OVER CRANBROOK
Mayor.Rogers is, to say the
least, happily enthusiastic over
his home city—the baby municipality of the interior—and llie
magnificent region from whieh
it draws its ever-increasing
trade.
"Cranbrook today has a population of around 8,000 people,"
said the mayor, "and is growing
rapidly. The citizens are progressive, and there is a feeling
that speaks for the city operating its public utilities, such as
water works, electric light and
telephone, now owned by private
corporations."
Mr. Rogers said that not only
is Cranbrook the divisional point
for the C.P.R., but when 1). C.
Corbin's new railway, the
Spokane and International, is
built to Yahk, in miles west
of the city, Cranbrook will become divisional headquarters for
that line.
KOOTENAY    CENTRAL   RAILWAY
"The people of Cranbrook and
the surrounding country recently
hold a mass meeting, which was
unanimous in its desire in having
the Kootenay Contral Railway
built, and the majority expressed
themselves in favor of ihe provincial governmenl extending
aid, at least by guaranteeing the
bonds. Such a railway would
open   up  a    magnificent   arable
stretch of country through the
valley ol Ihe Columbia, a country
capable of supporting hundreds
of farmers and fruit growers,
for the soil is adaptable lo fruit
culture, as apples ami ail Ihe
hardy fruits, as well as berries
of every kind, can be raised He-
sides, we have lots of waler anil
a climate." Then llie mayor
slopped lo laugh. "I was going
to say equal lo Victoria's, bul
'II go bolter—It exceeds It."
Around Cranbrook within it
radius of six miles there are in
active operation eleven sawmills
giving eiiiployineni lo hundreds
in llie lumber camps and mills,
the trade of which Is directly
tributary to  Oranbrnok,     Tho
pas I season has been u very g I
one for the mill owners.
Accompanied hy -I. A. Harvey
of Ihe legal Ill-Ill nf Mi'.Cill'tunS
Harvey, Mayor Rogers lefl lasl
night for Cniiibronli. Victoria
Colonist,
ADVLHTISt:.
IN
TIIE PR08PECTOK.
CONTRACTOR
nml BUILDER.
i ESTIMATES I-TKN1mh:ii ..n all WORK
JuliniNi!  PROMPTLY KXI..:rTr.i».
Houses and Cottages for Rent I
or Sale mi Easy  Terms.
I.I.MI-: AM' Sll IN. .I.l.s pon SALE
Telephone *".
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
f#-^v5^        •    ■     •^•^#-#^##:
Mort^asc Sale
Under uiul bj vlrtureufllit) powers oonUlu-
cd In n certain itiortKuvu which will be pro-
tlucod nt tho it mo ol ttiu m>i<-. there wilt lie
uffiMTil for BBlQ by public nlll'ttoil nt  the Brew-
■-iv tmllillngof tlioCmubrotik Urowlng St Mult
t'o!ii|ii.N\ Limited. <>ii I'nilny the i'th day nl
l-Vhniui-y. A.IV. lOft). .11 tiie HourotTwoo'cloell
in tin1 Afternoon tin- "ollnwlnn 'troporiy:
At*t* thoso uorltiln pareoU or Iruots 0! luntl
nmi promises sltuine lyltitf and betnu vtx., Lot
i."i in Itloclt s.'i in thi> TownsUuot Cranbrook
lirlii-.il (,'otumhta, ueeonllin* to u inup or plan
lliereor deposited in tin- oltlun of the DUtrlei
Uetrlslmr ut Kelson, ll.i . uuilor number "Mir.
also 1 hut. pint oi Loi iitunbureil iW Io CIrmip
I. in Kooicimy Districl io the Hrovlnt'o ot
llritish Columblu iiceortlhi« to tin* uin.-ini survey thereof  ilosoribeil by motes und bounds un
I..Hums: ('oiiilili-inilii.' nl ;i point on tin.' Nortli
lloliudiii-y of Mliil Lot (8, 18 clmlllH WOHl of the
Northeust eortiorof ssld lot; thonoo runtittiK
on it lirnrlnt! south ua !W' wostpftiallol with the
Hlthtof tvuyoi' Mir Hrltlsh ColumblH Soutlioru
Hnllwuy tut- u distuneeof • clmhw and 8ft Units:
thonoo runiitnu liciiriiii! BOlltll SI IW' eust
fur 11 ills tii hoc of HuhntuH mid ro links ton point
on tho North bouudary of the right of wtt*- ol
the stilil mltwfty, thonee following the north
boundary of tho right of way of the salt) rail*
way on abeuring North it" Ul' east for n ills-
tuneool r chslns and M&liultNi thonoo running
on a iiemini* of Nortli-ji iw wist foraUiatauco
or '.> ehaius und to Units to the point of com-
moui'oiueat eontaiuingiilt acres mora or less,
us shown on 11 inup or plan Hindu by l-'runris J
O'Hoilly, I'.L.s.
on thu property Is situute the brewery buildings und other buimings nppHrtonaut.
There will be sold iu conueetiuii with the
siiid properly, all the machinery, plant ami
stock used hi connection with the busluoss of
the Oranbrook Urowlng .»; Malting Coinpuny,
together with horses, wagons, Blelghs and ull
oilier chattels used In eoniit'etloii ihurewlth.
tlio whole -.old »s a going concern.
For terms and condition)! of sale, apply to
Harvey .t MeCaner, of Cranbrook. U.C., Soltel
tors fur the mortgagee.
Date'! Jatiuury STith, A.D. 10041.* 4
JUST ARRIVED
Winter Garnivai IS
ROSSLAND      \jjk
February 7th to loth   #JOOO   Ne\V   BOOk»3
Single Fare    i
Round Trip    J*
I'Vhi-iiary 7ih. Sth, llth,   (looilto u\\
i-etui-u lill Febt-uurv liili.
They Must Be
Sold Immediately
I  Call   and   Sec   The
in
PULL PROGRAMME
CANADIAN WINTER SPORTS
Por Programiiios, Kulos, unil
detailed liifui-mulion, upply in
local agents,
.1. s. OARTKII, K. .1.1.-OYI.K,
D.P.A., Sulwn,   A.n.l'.A., Vunenuvcr
SHORT LINE
HLIWEtN
5'PAUl--CHICAGO
JOMAHA- CHICAGO
iKiiisaiCilr CHICAGO
\g C. E. REID & CO..
i,>",,n' 7"]        The Drug^sts.1
PINE STATIONERY
PURE HI.Ti.s
fe.
Dl.sl'KXSiNi;   un;   SPECIALTY,
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasouable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
CITY OP CRANHROOK
Xnti.'.i Is hereby iriven thul the uu-
uuill rtlttiny: of llie Court of ElevUlon
for the |iiii-|n,j;,' of liotirlui; ul! eiuu-
liliiinis ujjjuiiijst ih,- Assi'sHiii.-iii nf the
City of Cmnbi It, B.C., will his held
in the t'.niiu-il 1'liumlii-r in the suhl
City of Criinlii'oolt on the Sth day of
Miin-h. A.II. III0II, ill the hour of 10:11(1
A.M.
Dutcil ut Ci'unhi-ook, ll.C. this 24tli
day of .lutmury, lililll.
('.'. II. I'llKST,
-I l.'lly Clerk.
TWO   THINGS
Are necessary If you would
succeed in business,
1st.   fin,I .vliui iiu- iHtopiu ivuntmul
got It.   -.'ml.   Advorllae your iraoilH
Wi- have don., liotli ami arc Well
Sntisti.-.l .villi Hi., result,
Our Cakes, Pies, Pastry
and Home Made Brend
-•Are just llie thinn tli,- |i„o|ile want."
They say we are lillinir u [ony: fell need
R. N, FIHCH & GO,
CONFECTIONERS
Phone 132 ■  ■ Cranbrook, B.C.
NOTICE.
That I Intend thirty (IttyHiiftoi'dttto to
upply id tlu> Chief Co!iimi»8.ouor nt
Lands und Works for a Spuolul Lit'cneu
in mil uiiil parry uway timltor from
ihe following (lowi'thod lands!
r'oinmendnjf ul u poal planted nn the
Boutli side nf Mnylu Orcuk one hhO
ii half miles up thu meok from (', I1, w.
Hallway llrldge, thonee IU0 chains
south, thonee 40 ehulns west, thonco MID
ehnlns north, ihoneo 40 eliulim eum to
pltii i'   buglnnliitfj   eontulning  mo
acres.
Dutcil 'JTili DoenmlffiP, 1(105.
■<■'■ Wllllum Selnnock
SIMPLE
STRONG
Your attention is called to tho
"Pioneer Limited" trains uf tho "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." "Tho only
perfect trains in the world."
You will Und it doslrable to ride on
those trains when going to any point in
the Hasten) States or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains uml all Ticket Agents soil
tickets.
For further information, pamphlets,
etc, ask uny Ticket Agent or
K. U POKD, H. s, HOWE,
Pass. Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANK. PORTLAND
NOTICE.
Notlcu is lii'ieby glvon tlml ..iiiliiys from lint,-
I in to ml to upply tn thcClilof CoiiinilKSloiier ol
LitUdH nml WorltB, Virinrlu. fur 11 s|il-c1iiI
ili-eiiM- to cut and mirryuwiiy LliuliL'i' from tin-
following denurlheil lumlssitiiiilo norltiunsi ni
Klmlicrley In SonilionHt Kootcimy UUirlm.
I'oiiiiiiciii'liii.' si i-huiiis imrtli nml in i.'lialn.s
west <>r ilo- north went imrnei' uf
Otis stuplvs tliuuer Up«iis«, lliunuu iu
(•Indus .vt'-t. thonco w>ehnlns nortli, iln-m-c I'.hi
chains cast, thotii'a 40 otiufns south, iliciicc so
chains wont, thence 10 chuins .smith to imlni ui
coinuicticcincut.
Datod -uli .lauunry, |!il>i.
^ C. M. KDWAUDS
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BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANOPACTUUERS and BREWERS ot EXTRA FINE
BEER | PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
SJ P. O. BOX 812      b
A      TELEI'HONK  NO, 1      p
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Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. FRANK ANGERE. Manager
Tho ubovo hotol haa in roconLly oroctocl, antl noatly furnished IhrouKhoni. Tho Bar is supplied u-iih the besl brands of
Liquors ami Cigars.
NOTICE.
Notlco iH-lioruby kIm-ii Hint IK) iHya ufturduiu
I In tu ml to upply to tlii'Cliii'f Coiiunlssliiiiur .,(
Lutuls   nnd   Works,   Victoria.    lor   ll   Hpeclal
llrt'iicu to rut anil eurry uwtiy iIiiiIh the
followltiK ileserllHid IiiikIh hIuiuio ihu thrust, oi
Klmhorluy III SoiHlionit Ka nay lilHtrlui.
Commi'iit'liiBnth |io»t :w ulitilnt* north uiul
luuvliiiliiK umt of Otis siii|i]is imriliwesi cor
ner, llioneo nortli «u ctiiiluc, Lliunuu east ni
etiuiutt, lluineu south 80 cliulns, ilionru wost wi
olialtiK to |ilncoof ijuyliiuliiK
Dated uth Jatnmry, liwii.
i;. M. HDWAlius.
NOTICE.
Nutlno Ik liei-oiiy utvon tli at thirty iluys after
ilutu I intontl to iipl'Iy t" llio Chief Couiini*t< j
•(Otter Of Lands ami Works for -lei mission u.
out anil furry Union from lliu [olluwlnjt ile-
ni-tilii-.l liiN'ls in Kant Ifootoiniy:
:omiiiani'li)B ut it uitst t'ltuiloil on ihu uortti
boundary of Lane's tlmbui' IIcciuuj mul uhom
twenty ihulii- oast ol tliu north wuat uorner
Tlm 11 i-u north nighty elm I lis, llmneo ouat eight)
(iliauis. tlioiiuo south i-iI?lily ehnlua, thenct
weat nighty ulmliin to puvo of beginning.
II  H.MeVlTTIK
January 8th. IWXi. -j
CWI D l()st ®^cc
OVl  U       Store
llir liirj-esl Genernl Store in Marysville, where miners
can ]»■ supplied with anything they want al all times at
Cranhrook pi ices.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
silent omSams.SPE£DY
Purchaso   Hrico   $3,00 a Month
Allowance Made For Old Maohino
Arnold £ Roberts
NOTICE.
Notice U hwrohy glvon thai thirty lays rtftei ]
ilult* I Intend to uppij in thu (Jbi«f Cmntutu I
Htonuruf Lauda and Worki for iwrmlMHlon to I
out ami curry awu> timber from thu following
deaerlhud latutj. in Kuit ICooiunny
Comuiuiiulng in a poal iiluuted, whurn ihu
«e»L llOUIlllltr)   "f   Lot 4-SS'J itiiim-i  Uo- north
boundary of l.ol.WI,Urou|' I. nineteen chaliu
from the north wnat corner uf i.oi :v.i ihunc*j
uoiili iilghiy ulialna inuruorluii, in ibe louth
batilt of Klk rlvur. ihuucu wenlutl) and miuUi
irlydown Klk Kiverlulhu north weal curnei
if Alex Morfnii > timber Iti-oiicu Loi >-\x,
ihuiice eaat uloug tlm nortli boiindurj ol Loi
OftilTmid LotlWI ndy into clmliiH more or lum
io uiace of beginning
.1 ai AUKKW
January Mil, IW";
NOTICE.
Notice K hereby giv hat thirty day- nftoi
| data I Intend to u|i|d) to tin- i inn Com ml*
. imuei «r Luuds and Works |or |iurmla»lon U
| eul aud citrr) nwny tltnhur frntu tho fnltuwliu
di-srrilM'il lauds In Knit Km n
Couituoiicliigata puHl iilanti'il m ihe nouth
weaU'oruuruf Loitimo. iheuecMiiiih fort) llvi
uhiiliis muni or h'ls to Dm iniiili msi eurtlui
.it      I LA     llHIIICU    uiln      luih.lir,
ami lwent) six ehaina inorum km* to the nort <
un si collier ol i.oi ;i;.s. iiii.niT north thlrlj llvi
chitliii to the iniiili I'usi cornei ul LotitKU
Theffbe wmi eighty chuluH io thu nouth wmi
coinui ul Lot t'l.iXi. ihu lieu north nlnu ebnlna u
iho i'tiulh eaiicorner of Lot hmo, iIujimu wum
foily.tlvuululiiiaint olghty itlghi link- nmrt
or leis in iiIucd "f liugluulltg.
J. M   AiiNKW
January ttli, ItWtl
READ.
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9 S   '"'"    '-! '  ,   ■ / / *»T     J. .1. Mm-nliy of Moyio  was 11
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1 Is Second to None |    a h. b f^s ,,. w„r,.„,,- >l" "":"'""
5 In East  Kootenay # l One Dozen In a Box 25c.
*      Th.-   Dominion   I
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t  ice Gream and Soft Drinks •• 	
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
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#    Our   stock   is   large  and*
-»-» ,-,, ,. .!. Also Tobacco, Plpi
Dr Scott s     ••        "»•> <»*»•
L   " •   ' ■' '   '   ll • ' issriu  VT THK l'-OI.LOlVlN'ri IIATKS:
♦5 nml iimli'i- II ..fills
Ovur  *T> uiul nut i-x.-iMiillutr $111     11 cunts
"   till      " -        tuu In ,-,-i.\,
"      Kill " •• Hill 16  ,-■ Ill-
Til, a.- Or,Ins fti-H Pn >■ iii,1,. 111 I'nr ul uny olli.-.i in Canada of a Quartered Bunk
Villi, in    .. 1 i.lr.l   mill ul lh.. |.iiii.-i|.;il lij.nl, ,11.: |,nmi, iii tin- Unit,ill StlltiiK.
M'l.n'l I \lll.l-:   \T   \   I--1XKI1 II ITU AT
9     IVin. Ciirlin ..1 Kurt Steelewus        , . Tin-: oanadiam hank ok oommebob, lcndon. eno.
S at (.'i-uiibi-uok 011 Sulurilu)   usl '   ON Tlwj   form nn excelleut    tliod of remitting small sums of money with
i, v.-     !...» iH*     ,, , ,,~' Where It Pavs tn Deal
o ^       1 ulinoi-p    llros     tinners     uiul fiiiijic   11 rnys   in  ut m.
- -Inl 1
t*f  l.lm#h,.r>
j right up to date in style and *
9        ° * V r .....   \
9
\l       i '. •; ,--1.■ 1   ,,    111,    KpimVOOll
*we   fully  guarantee   every- %Cr	
il.-ty nil,I nt Miiiill Q08t.
ml 11        ,1  I.,,1   I.
1   i
«1,,| .,•'        llU'lli
1        mi-1 o. s)..iiii Snliii'.luy Itisl
.     ■!  111'.  1    IHU,
  ■      ..-I
„      .1   W   MeXie. M P   I" '    Ha'"  '   ("""~  jttj
*»thing to give satisfaction or* *•«* ...;:,•„   i
^                  O                 <->                                                                             i* ...       into! 1 will i<),|,|y 1,1 Hi.'   *
*w                                                                                                  *TI J   Chont'tii. ol Murvs\    - was                                                                                           ,. ..... 1.. ,,., .. -1«;
9   u I hi  eiu  W  Utliur II   um       m    I'Vtiu , Is ■  .,.,..  ivmuram I
A l-'ori Steel, w,  ,   til'i-unl i-iio,                  1            imi i»i.'i» .iium    n' ■?
A      Urs   1 has   Lev.ni I url   ;i" ■' ■' ■   '"'  '■-   '"• "     '   "' '  k
T'-     ^, . "    IU. ll ll Hi  ami 3.1 Hi,.11.    t
Xt ^t.'.'le   ".I-   1'isiliii!;   ■■ ,': . ~    r  ,,.„,..,  „ ,1    *-
•^   ,1!      til,'     l t:ini,r,iul,    1, 1,   1   ,,, ..,..,„ ,,, j.,,,   1,,,
9 _ __ ^mm_^ 9 H 10 Cun    Momlay.
*Jt   uiiu     ■ s,   ■ ss ' >us ul
* ,      '    ■  Slllt}
i return your money.
I .^
^5ti.
. 1     I li-i.H 11   nl    M   111 ri'.i!     win'
'■ u-ne.l   Tu.-s    '' "-'-■''        ' • ■■■•'
}/        * I.UMIIl'SS ",„,„„
*•#     tjk   \   , , i-ost of 11 nice- Noricfc.
^ ^ tj    „  is ill I Ui' II.-lllll        v   '"    - lii-rt'li!   nii-.-li tlml   I will apply n
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»,»-.« »g »i« «:■:■» «>[« « « «<Mi«|ai^«i'a'«lBMi>iSl*>l*M*']M4*laN"'>l>'Hil|
j The Best and Only the j
Best At All Times     1
'I'huls lliu liin.l uf .■iu,-j,mi- Wiil,-li will -.'Mil
mu'i-iiilili-liiiu-iii     Out-  Kujiiiirlng Do|mi-t-
IU.M1I     i-   i'.|lli|,|..-.l  With  thi' Illl.'J-l tools, llli.-l
,'iiiii|,l,-i.- -i.i.-li ,,r iiiutui-liil, and i~ in Hi,- lunula
ul iliurnuiililj  ii|»'ti-iit  work n.    Knuusli
j      GET     THE     HABIT     AND     COME     TO
^=^11     wm. F. Tate & Son
*-
:: For a Good Investment |
B U V
I EAST KOOTENAY POWER and fe-
LIGHT COMPANY stock
M. 1 N     -
s..     _    .us     --   .i    Crai
Jewelers   nnd   Opticians
Utli.-illi   WlllUll   l!l-|i.'.-!.ll'Sl'.r.K.  I '!',,» 'H  ,\,'s|   I'llSS   Hi.isi.Jll
T. .Lines       '.       - ,vas
•t   iipsiluv.
H'VUS!   .11   rruniilook j ■„''.'il,Mw,,"|'i','„ ~."i'i'i."i-:,'.M'K.",.'.i.-"!."y   ' "" '    [J]
Diuplt'ti'cl.      I.-,.   Ihis    ,j „,iu, i,in.iiuii- ,i'.nil an.i ir,oiialus  • III
s,   IM.1I     s   iib.uil    :,     iik-Ihis     iu !.u-aiofapi,»t|,li..ilL.dlil«lelialii» ...« or the  H^^H^iWil^
  !"'" ■'t';i«-t""l.''y'™.*^'"l  UaMW        ^^^^^«*i^^^^^^^^^^^^f*{.^jj!,^^^<
'      '■   ''"H "f lh*-' til'"' Of    ^••^'l UZZA^J^"ml'Xh^"\l^ r^.'
\ K  vh    i.'il  I'sluto  ami   insur- j ,imin» iu llio i ',,11.,'Kii.niiiB. A
lllll-e bt'ok.H'S WUS ill    Mini,-    Sill-       l.a.-nlo.ltlll*ISlll.ln>-..rlluvil.lH,r. UK'S.
'       1SI   Oil  bUSllll.'SS,
M. A. Il.'i.l.' |..'
, M. ICdlvilllls. Au-,
*■<*
f
NOTICE.
.Inn I will apply 10 |
I Limits nml Winks'
lot Ooal nml  I'.'lr,,-
•
•!•
()nl\ n limited ininilu'i' nl slimes
mi tho i id.    I'rospei-tiis and
liiiilir!   intormiitioii i-;m  In* uli
Ulini-d In .in
Bcalc & Elwell
I'.n.Lii- I'm  11 m ■ (" ■ >i 11 j •, 111 \
Baker, St. Cranbrook., B.C. ;
•M-H-.-H-H".-K"H--^
FOR   SAWMILL
B
■ fiillowinu .I-
-I ot Soutli l-'.ii
AMUSEMENTS
The  theatre goers of Oranbrooli   will
have ;i treat in the iMifrageinont of the
| Russell Dramatic Company i
| MONDAY   FEB.   12TH      *    *
9
Owing tu nllii-i'unburn. its tli upiui)   "ill  ruuiulti  with
us Kin: ...\K Miiiri' ONLY: pliiyinirul Nclsouon the 10th, nnd
Prank DeRosie of .lufl'ruv wus
'    >l"'" I    the   eitv    Mon.lav.      ■l-'f:„,k''   ,   .    .
Wi,s   ':   -   '"     '     lhl    .   ,o   iroko'his   le-  »   weeks ^X^
 ^"   "l;,v llls|       iiioisiun.   well on   the   r 1   to ror,,il,ai,
f,    A   In   I.  lieol   Mo.v •■  was   :.    '     'ri'v _^ !l',","'."ow
!|, the nis u— ■ ti Sal u cla\ '  ron.i>...u
A l;lsi. I he Llub Kestuurnni is again wi-aioinp
f1"                                                             open to the l.llblie.     lion.,, oook- ..-,■.,->,,,„ .,i,.„:,,„,,i,,...i. ... mioIiH,-", k^-l A   r,.,-„i,-,h, !:;■'     Thmihiv lilllnd Tui- I'mnbt I.  i- the beau- .1 ,:
-J-      ■'■   A    Sutherland   of   Victoria  m*. homo unitlo hi-otltl mill pies n  °"» °| ll^^S^i^ 9 muhwli-amn, "WHEN THR BKI.I, TOLLS"uneol  the aw-eetest
+ was re.u'isteredal the Cranhrook  speeialty.     Luiiches   nl    short ,„„,„'„.'„,„, 110HnSUedn,„(;Ull„ lls, „ A Btul.v-S ovtfl, ,„,,,.    -n itll, ,lf ,„,. |lliu lake» plnuo In tho
J on Sunday.                                        "i-der.    Luniber .liicli.   prospec   ,,„,„„ „,„„.,„ .ci,mlu,, ! ra,iu'ni,,liis ,.l S.vltiterliind, und ,-iv,-. opiJOi-tut.ltit.-s lor some ox-
i.ii-s. iniiiers uiul nil  louaires ea      umicu mis inu. any ot Doi-ombot. inn, W ,,   ,    ,,         ,,                  , .                   ,. , ■          ,,,
,.,.,.,                                                                       ,       ,,,    ,, ... i-i-llrni 11,-nnii In iln- iiii-iiili,-!-- ..I tin- I'liiiiuauv. ivln.-li is ono uf the
ul tho ( hi'.   lieslHlll-ltnl. .., ="";l''1"'"1 i"'r *i»  low letfltlnuil.i ufgiiniziiliuns in llu- Nui-thwust, euntuinlng several
 '       ''-'"'• '-'"'         9  "|,liM- ot known nblltty.    Thu  lundins  limn, I'ct-uj Hunting. Is 9
NnTlrF                              ill  well known tin shout ihe .-iiiiim-y. where ho litis essayed suoh *.
noTict.                             «j» jiffluult t-ulesus Ur. .Ii'iikyliiud Mr. tlydelu the well knowti  pluv W
ui,.'iniiili i um upi.tyti. iii,-!     9 of thut name.  Mi-. Hunting 1ms tilso i-e'uoived ,-er^ llatlei-lng press *J*.
iiuti.'i's fur liis i-i-tiilitiuii uf tiiriliiial lliriiiiifii.    Tho general nil
Thos. Rookes of Fernie was a
k-rnnbrook visitor on Suiuhiv
last.
I     II   II   Nolson, nihil, Neb.
■vus :i puesl ui the i Irunhrook on
•M-Sulnrdav last,
l.,-\ .1. P, West mun paid an
itiii'ial visil in i 'reston on Weil-
iiesdnv.
Stock Quotations.
K',rnl-lif.l   l.y    ll.'iili'    .V   l-llnpll.   lltoa-u
,..il,ni,.k. li,,'.
■'iu
■ 1.1
W.'
ul <
11.. •-, l jj. 1 i. •;.;,: ,' .v Ink"
Will' I'lltBlc	
Sorlll Slur	
Iliunlili tCarllioo 	
Mm IWiri!..- n'ui.ii.li:
In li.I .'.ili'l'iiiil	
 •
9  served seats w-hi.-h i-nn ho swMired ut Heultle &   Atehl '.-  Drug  9
.1 II. Stanley, L. McKenzie,
N. 1.1, Darling and I). K. Molleson.
all of Vuncoiivor were guests ul
ihe Cranbrook on Sunday lasl ' ~       '     ■■:..■.■.■■."
SnleB.
R
il.lui'    I'.di nn.',.      Lealhei
Belling; I .iilirii'.'itiirs, In
|i'iiius.      So.un       Wliistli-s,
safety Valves, (ilnbe und utliei
a Valves, < irease and ' hi ('tips, *
Iron Pipes. Pipe I- ittinj^s to 6
* • in, h,   Iron   (late,   ('.lobe and " *
Angle  \ alvi s  up  to   \ inch.
Shet '. Spii tl  intl VVii k Pai
ii   .    I lop's Sav   I' '-tli.  '•
i i :     i    . i ,., ,
Holts :■'   i'i  null.      I ''.ii  Iron
Wash. I'lirt-ai S'til
♦ .. I: il        .1  ' l' • •
Good tilings too numerous to
mention.
All,,.ri Hunks Perry Crook!
tias.si'il through Cninbrook on
Sal unlay lasl on his wuy to
Nelson nu business,
James i 'riuiitt. of Moyie, manager ..I Iho Si. Eugene, was al
ICranbrook Wodnesduy on  busi-
I II.'ss.
John McDonald, W. Cumpboll
an.I A lliiiiiilii.it of llayui'tl were
Cranbrook visitors on Wednos-
duy.
The * 'runbrooli I'irusH I tnutl l*
lian.l til work j)]'!lclisiiiy;. the new
beginner.s tiro ail Joiiija: wull,
Tin' iiiiinl liii — ii innmbershi'p of
l\vi?nly-tive.
3*9 PETE*S 9'~
BARBER SHOP
Ihl-upr I thu iK'Kl  HllUjlltl
CmnliiiHik. nml ictiumntei'd
HUtisTtuttiiH]    In    Slmviiiy,
Il;iifrii;!iti.j', utu.
Noxl  door  to  A. C. Rowtioss
m Crunbi'ooli SlrntH,
i'0,hoVihi.',ii,,k°      P. J* Leithauser
n the SuDreiiie Gotirt ol British
GollllllMa, Fori Steele KciiiMrii
l\ I'HOM \TK,
Slllll'U l»  ll.-M-li)   l.il-11 Ullll oil IlK-'MIl   An\  Hi
Chief Coiiiiiilw.tiiiiL'1- uf I .mills ami Worka fi
ii.-nii-,. lo pi-ospeui  (ur Coul ami I'ttroluum       9f   mission for the tMiirtitfeniuiil v.iil be 50 eunU und imr riulliu* f-
nv.'i  iiif followii.B rluscrilicil tunil sit mi to In
ihi- District of Smith Kiwi KuoU'iuiy:
t-oiiimonulnv lOOohutMoorili nml mi clialiu
I'mssinu »r the nortli fori* <>( Mlohol (;reeh bj
om; <>i' iln- nortlmru buumltirlmi ol l,ut (IBS
Urouji i. liitiM-i' iniiili fiuolmtiis, theni'i! oast 8f
i-hiilljs, tlu-m-i- north bO uIihIiis, tlionco Mjst B
i-liuiiis i.i tii<- ulnuo uf botfl'inlng.
S;,w mil)  mun    Wn   ran   sav
yOll    inulii'V      un      Vi'iir ,.  blowe
^ysliiHi      li costs somu pooplo  ii   J; ,7/ \ ,* ll ?,,:) * * Vt'-'t' t-! *i * * 1»*' * * * i Wi* ■ i ■ i i ' * V * i
loi   to   Hud   ihal ..ul.      Putmoi'G foMUinortiouonh^i^iitiuy'iii u.
Hms „.i iniii. Kli-lnml IM- i
Tho r.-LMilar monthly t'onvouii i ^/,li/,'i,'',t,,! 11.' Vii'.!ui''i.-^■ :'iJ.-i..■ ir"'-'.
nai ol Uoi'ky M' tllin C.'llUptei'     Hvi-i-yt'mlilor no- r-	
I,'   A   M.   Wi   tirlil  uli    TllOHduy MlllnuilHil -I   111      >I1M
-■ii.i.v  !hm.  i'.-b.   i;nh,   ini;;;:,i;;;,i;;;,;;^;';,.i^;;';;7li;;'-""'."
1 —i  •■ II ill     Sojourning com-  lu,,1,,..,,..!,
|iui inn ■   ■•■ forfiially  in\ itnd  ii
tttond
Kilwitnl Klwoll pt'i
;.:: r. M. Kdwanls. Ajjeiu
NOTICbl.
N'otluoIs litTi'by iflvcit thut I «m iinply tu
hi'Ohlof CommlrtaSloimr of Uiuls and Works
oi ii licoiit'o tu |.i<i-p.-ii for Coal unil Hulroluum
lir HUuii-t nl s.'iuli Kus*. Kouicuuy:
Coiinnuiii'itit' UK) ohnliw north mul Uu i-hii1nn
iroNslnjj of thu north fork ol Mtctiel uroeh by
mi ,,i \u,- iiortliiTH boumliirlos of i.m -i;^.
irouji I tuuiK'u nortli 80 ohulns, thonuu wiwt hu
■liuiiis. thriU'i' small NH-luiiiis,   IIIOIK'C  UllSl   HO
■iiiiin- to thu [)liu'o ni botfhinlng.
I,oi-uii-il thin 18tli ilii.\ of Duuoinbur, IttW
.ii.iin uiioldltuli |«'i
r»;i .' M. Milwitnls, As«iil
NOTICE.
N.ni.-i'lslnTi-li.vnivi'M  thai   I   »il! iiiijily  to
v Chief CommlHHiaii-.tr ot   l.iuuls nml   works I
rl
IDUlh -ii
lull in ovor Ihu rulluwliiy iIuhi
Hie in tin- hisli'i.-t ul South Knal Kooluuiij:
C'ominoncliii* UK) 1-ii.iiiia mirth uiul norhuliiM
.,<'■.! ol ii [lost J.l.llll.-.l ll..l'.tl.-lllim>   M.'-.l   .il   Um
i it.sviiu; ..I ih<- north 11ii'i, ot  Mli.huI i-rooli bj
ni I tin- northuni  bnlimhirloi. nl   l.nl   INW
.st H
, Hii-
tin
I.i.i unil ihu IMh ilny iii Uooumhur i
Miilculm Mffliinu
:,,i r   M   I'.'lHiinlv
NOTICt.
J. 1). McBRIDEIi STEWARTS
U'llirUlII  Sl.il'i
Geo. R. Leask & Co.
BUILDERS
CONTRACTORS
J.
«*pK    ■   *''*U^
MSB*"
I 'l:iil ■    i|n . ilii  '; in
;i nd  I'. li inn les
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of    building    material
constantly on hand.
iiOH.'F   ONFKCTI iNERY
F"; e h Nuts
'.'.!■: ■ \ Grapes
... .  i \nges, Figs
■.:. A ::;■.::, Etc,
IB.CAiTi.Ks and Pears
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      flnnstronci, Ave.
i.i ui i.i...
Ml t lh. anl.l in.I .In, ,,l Mil)   i-'ii'l   Hi.- ,..!
in 'ni... will |..'...' I Willi llu' ill-till„iili>ii
Iln i I.  I..I1IIIU raunrll H.llii.-..'1'l..llli-...nh
.1. I-'. .MIM.H'l'IIONll,
ollli-liil \rlinlulatrnii>r,
KlillT   S'I'KKI.H   ASSKSSMHNT
IHS'l'ltlO'l'.
Nnl  i. In'i'.'li,. ijIviiii, Im nil	
.villi  tin'   Sluliilc*    tlmt    I'l'iiiiiii'liu.
lll'VI!    'I'll-    I  IWM'IMIIHIIll  I.IX..H nml j
ini'i.in.   'I.i,, iWHi.aM.'ll mill ll.vll'il   lllllllir
III.. " \   .' ill Ai'l" III-... illli. nml |inj
..i.i.- i..i> in.' >'„ lum.. mi in.xiwi.nl-
I. .lit.Ir fill' Hi.' I'.Hl -tl' ■"!.■ A--.-J-i.il nl
Hi 11 i-l in-.' now .In.' nml |iliyiilll|. ill in\
..ll ..i Hi.. Iliivi'flllll.'lll < Ull,-. -.  I 'i-ii.i
 nl,.   I1,.I
lh      in,i    iii   l.'i-ni-    nl   ln».   Im
i .( liuil.'lil       Iii    11       IHII-W.lllll    'l.'lnillill
I.',      |||1||||  nil     ,"l-,..l~  llllllll'    IJI'IJI',.'".
Illli. il in I  I'lllllil'iilili.  II. I '.,    Iii-   L'tllll
,lm ii[.Iiiiiiiiii-,v, IIIOII,
A, (.'. NKI.SiiX.
Deputy .laaCHnur all.1 I'iillfrtiil-.
I'll.I   I.. llllllll   tn llu- I'tn.'f I ,'ll aal.,iii-i i.l
,miila mul Wnrka i... i>. hh in mi.i
nil,   iiwiij   iiiiiIii 1   li'iiin    Un'   I.ill,„,liiii   ,1.'
.,', I Innilalii mull, c.-i K.iuliillii)
r millig iii Hi.- liorlllivoal .'iii'iiii',,[ in. ID,
lnr.t'V n lli'ini'.'  Ltionuu MUULI , nil I.i, tllttli'O   ^
.um uiio inllu, tliuiiuu u.-nl. onu mllu, IDom-e  i
,. i„ mllum i.l-i.-. ..i 1.,'i-iiiniiii' If
UiltOll Nov.^lUll. 11I.B1. .J,
M A. II. l-'uuwl.-k, |,„t.,iu-      "
TOILET   SETS
With Jar
$11.00 Set Por  $8
Still  a  Few  Left
See   the   Window   •
G. T. ROGERS.
WO ,iiiil S I Al'l.l. (.K'( h lil.'ll-.s mul  CKOCKERY,
.UU     ilini-   l   In-
, Ii.'iulili ill i- Hi .'.' ii'l.ly
.. ... i.lii..' ..I lii'i.'liiiiiui'
i.,| Niii-l'lllli'TUIIIl   Illli.',,
A H t'linwli'li, i iur
NOTICE,
,. milieu ll Iililylny-. ulii nltili.  I   In
'' CARPETS CAAPETS
CARPETS
■
f
|
N
w   is ih.'  time  in si-l.-i i your
new  i .111'i'ii-  while  the stock
i-, r |ilete in I Inion Wool,   Tap
esti-y,   Brussels,   Velvet   and  A\
minster,    All shndes and patterns
,1111,1.1111.1  IV '   fOl-   pill-llllH.     Ul   .'„|    1.11'ljM
  iiwiij llmUi-rIf mil,.,in., itnaui'lli-   1
 I,|,,S -In. S f
'' '"'■' ' «tl'l»»«"' "»• »l   ||
 ii'iimiu i.i.i mm, .1 ill" imriii ..i i.i,i ! T
'•-.',   Ih.'tl..' .I..till   lll'l.tV   I'I.Illli'-     llll'IK'.,    „|..l      |g
.'lui   .Inillis,    llii'in-i'   --..iltti   t'li'hly   t'llllltlH,
li,',i,,',.|,.|,'llllilv,-l.lllnv
IlilU'.l-ltlll „f SuVCIillliT. I'm.. | t_
j. A. is. l-'uuwii li, Looutor
i
I From 40c. to $2.00 Per Yard |
Also Complete Range of Rugs
[ REID St CO.
li(»S»ii»i)*il*M'<*j3»,a^l»H»*>»!i,,^»H-Mi*la^

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