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Vol. 12.
CRANJ3ROOK, J3.C, SATLWDAy, OCTOBER G, liJOO.
No. 41).
CRANBROOK PUBLIJ SPOOLS
Monthly   Report   Lirge  Attend
anoe—And General Good Con
duet of Pupils.
Division 1. A. A. Macneil,
principal.
Total dally attendance 888.  •
Total enrollment 22,
Average lor month 20j 15.
Percentage 98.18.
Perfect attendance Ethel Culver, Florence West. Bella Taylor
Ruth Harvey, Lilian Leask,
Kathleen Bridges, Sybil White,
Maudie Short, Daisy McCallum.
Amy Bucklln, Delia Drummond,
Rose Gaskill, Harvey Dickson,
John Wood, Joe Bourgoyne,
Charlie McCowan and Donald
Leslie.
Div. II.—I). Claire Caldwell,
teacher.
Total daily attendance (153.
Number enrolled JO,;
Averuge 84.861
Perfect attendance - Rachel
Bardgott, Gcorgitii. Cartwright,
Melva Cartwright, Margaret
Corbett, Edgar Davis, Josephine
Drummond, Robert Finley,
Arthur Fowler, Sadie 61111s,
Harold Hickenbotham, Lionel
Leask, Jessie McCowan Lilian
MeCowan, Bertha Nesbitt,
Florence Wood, Vivian Scissons
and Inez Smith.
Dtv. Ill—R. O. Purdy, teacher
Total attendance 666*-.
Number enrolled 42.
Average 35.07.
Perfect attendance -- Mildred
Cline, Wilfred Dallas, Katharine
Dumont, Rose Dumont, Wanda
Fink, Goidon Fowler, Beruice
Fraser, Carl Gill, Stanley Hill,
Wilfred Hunter, Doreen Jaffares
Ruby Nesbitt, Mabel Passmorre,
and Olive White.
Div. IV.—C. O. Hall, teacher.
Total daily attendance H54.
Number enrolled 411.
Average 44.114.
Perfect attendance 22.
Arthur Bowness, Florience
Bathie, Ella Bryans,' Harold
Bridges, William Fitzpatrick,
Wesley Finley, Innis Hill,
Oracle Higgins. Jessie Hunter,
Brownie Jardine, Lottie Leask,
Irving Leask, Carrie Moore,
Andy Patterson, Annie Patton,
Laura Richards, Earle Stewart,
Nigel Thompson, Hazel Taylor,
Alice Wood, Gordon Wallinger,
and Lauretta Armstrong.
Div. V.— Miss R. M. Springer
teacher.
Total attendance 759.
Total enrollment 51.
Average for month 37.115.
Perfect attendance. Clarence
Agnew, Wilfrid Brault, John
Fitzpatrick, Koy Hill, Dan
Labadie, Albert Laurie, Neil
McCallum, Alberta McLean,
Wm. Moore, Ruinsford Parks,
Doris Wallinger and Helen West
Big Dun a White Elephant.
There is a delay 111 the completion of the designs of the
mount for the Ill-inch gun built
some years ago at the'Watervliet,
N.Y., arsenal lor oxperinielit-
al purposes, with a view to the
adoption of the type and calbru
as tiie largest of the guns of the
coast defence armament, It is
not likely that there will be coiia
structod another gun of that
size, and there has been and still
is much quostion of its location
when it is finally provided with
a suitable carriage. The problems which are engaging the
attention of the army'ordnance
experts are being worked but on
a smaller carriage, one if or a 6;
inch gun, whioh will enable the
designers to meet all the conditions likely to rise in tho con-'
StrtlCtion of the carriage for the
monster rille. While there is
not likely to he another Ill-inch
gun built for the coast defence,
it is probable that a gnu of 14-
inch calibre will be designed by
the ordnance office here. In
fact, the experts are now engaged on the plans for a mount
for such a rille.   The Taft. Hoard,
which revised the old Eudieotl
system of coast dofonco, expressed ils approval of. such a gun as
representing the maximum power
in the ordnance of the coasl
fortitiealions, unil il is likely
that congress next year will
he asked lo provide for such a
gun. which will undoubtedly he
the limit in the way ol' calibre
lor const defence ordnance in this
country.
Narrow Escape From Eire.
Cranbrook narrowly escaped
having the tire alarm sounding
ou Sunday night lust.
It seems Ihe railway men were
holding a meeiing in the hull
over Patmore Bros store Sunday,
afternoon, and on the Hoor was
a spittoon tilled with sawdust,
Some one ilirew a lighted match
or cigar into this and it was not
noticed. The contenls were
consummed by the fire and then
the Hoor caught anil after burning a hole through to the store
burned itself out. Lucky for
Cranbrook it did so. When will
smokers learn to be careful of
burning matches?
. Our Timber Resources.
The morning paper publishes
under the above caption a long
excerpt from a Colonist editorial
which sets forth in entnuslastic
terms the business like enterprise of timbermen and lumber
manufacturers iu securing leases
from tha provincial government
for limber limits on Vancouver
island. The article iu the Colo
nist, though ill advised, was
written to boom the resources of
the vicinity of Victoria and the
editorial writer who penned it
was excusable if he waxed slightly poetic in his statement of the
case for the country contiguous to the capital.
We have said the article was il)
advised, not because its purport
would be generally misunderstood by the public, but because
the Colonist should have known
that such an article would be.
seized upon by the frenzied
Liberal press as a drowning man
catches at a straw, ..to support
arguments which have no foundation in truth. The Colonist
article concludes with the statement that "It will not be
long before all the timber
land on the island has
beon taken up" and the Daily
News remarks* sentenliously, of
course that "We are told that
nearly all the available timber
limits on the iiiiiinliiml have been
secured and; that there Is now a
scramble to secure tlio timber
limits ou Vancouver island and,
finally, that it will not he long
before all the timber on the
island has heen taken up.    •
"ln view of these statements,
emanating from a strong government organ and one in a position
to speak with authority, will
thinking meu, honestly desirous
of seeing wise use made of the
asserts of the province. Contend
for one moment tlmt the strictures The Daily News has passed
upon the McBride government's
timber policy, are unfair or uncalled tor?"
Tho Daily News goes on to
state the conditions under which
timber licenses may be obtained,
Showing that', West of the Cascade range, an annual license fee
of #140 must be paid and cast of
the Cascades an annua] fee of
$115, bul it follows its usual
course of attempt at deception
by leaving the reader to suppose
that immense timber areas can
be secured by speculators for
the paltry fee pet; Iimii. above
stated.
Taken in their entirety the
statements of The News are un
reliable and misleading for
several reasons. In the first
place it is uot true that all the
timber limits available on the
mainland are iu the hands of
speculators and that the investor
is driven to Vancouver Island for
Continued "ii Pago .'I.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Here and There   Pei]le
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
R. llirtzol* Elko was in town
Friday on business.
C, I). McNab. come up from
Waldo Wednesday on business.
V. E. Jones of Kimberley
spent Sunday last in Cranhrook.
D. R. Yates of Wycliffe spent
Sunday lasl in Cranbrook.
F. I'. Adams of Duluth was a
Cranbrook visitor Monday.
.1. II Grapo, of Kilgore, Idaho
was in the cily Saturday lust.
Nels Robinson of Fort Sleele
was in Cranbrook Thursday on
business.
A. P: Chenette of Marysville
was in the city Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lucas of
Moyie were Cranbrook visitors
Friday.
.1. (J. McKim, W. V.Todd, and
A. H. Champion of Toronto were
nests at the Craubrook Friday.
N. C. McKinstry came down
from Marysville Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stinnett of
Vancouver were Cranbrook
visitors Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Grace,
and Miss Grade Higgins spent
Sunday last at Kimberley.
A. C. Whittaker, and D. F.
Fisher of Montreal were in the
city Saturday last.
J. C. Carruthers and R. H.
Carley of Nolson were in town
Saturday last on business.
W. E. Brown, R. Potter, and
A. J. Bates of Vancouver were
registered at the Cranbrook
Sunday last.
Ed. Feagan Marysville, A. Hamilton of Cowley,and W. H. Sharpe
of Kimberley were registered
at the Cosmopolitan Friday.
M. Fleshman, F. Lashbrook,
H. E. Weuthanfer, and E. W.
Ramson, all of Vancouver were
registered at the Cranbrook Friday.
Messrs Atchison, Green and
Laidlaw left on Thursdays east
bound train for Alberta. They
will spend about ten days hunting.
A large number of visitors
came down from Wyclitte Wednesday evening in a special train
lo attend an emergent communication of Cranbrook Lodge A. F.
* A. M.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Godderis,
who have been visiting, at Mr.
Godderis old home in Belgium
returned to Cranbrook Wednesday.
John P. Larsen, who is engaged iu placer mining on Wild
Horse Creek, was transacting
business at Cranbrook Wednesday.
M. Shilling, J. A. Maedonald,
uml Harry Bradford, who have
heen at Spokane for the past
week taking in the Dig fair, returned to Cranbrook Wednesday.
Pastor Benjamin (loodtield
will preach next Sunday evening
upon the following important
subject: "The Immortality of
Influence," at the Baptist Churoh
7.80 p.m. The Lords sacrament
will be commemorated at the
close of the evening service.
Mr. Thomas Gallon late ol the
Imperial Hank left on Saturday
for Nelson, to whicli point, he
has been transferred. While here
"Tommy"has made many friends
his strong athletic tendency
genial manner and general dlspo
sii ion has opened hearts for him.
He will he greatly missed hut
all rejoice in his step forward.
The first basket ball game of
the season will be played on
Saturday evening of ihis week.
The teams will he captained by
■I. Brechin and V. McKay. The
doors are open to all. The formal opening will soon lake place
R. Cooper of Victoria was
transacting business at Cranbrook Friday.
R. H. Anderson, local manager
of the Sullivan mine, wns in lhe
city Thursday mi business.
Win. Springer of Spokane, was
registered at the Cranhrook Friday.
E. Elwell of Beale * Elwell,
was at Kimberley Tuesday on
company business.
.1. W. Dennett, of Nelson,
spent several days this week at
Kimberley and Marysville,
11. .1. Roddy of Winnipeg was
a guest ui the Cranbrook Tuesday.
A. Kratfe, and II. H. Parker
of Elko were Cranbrook visitors
Tuesday.
R. V. Gibbons of Vancouver
was ut the Cosmopolitan Wednesday.
M. G. Scott of Winnipeg was
transacting business at Craubrook Tuesday.
Geo. Laurie of Creston was
transacting busiuess at Cranbrook Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. D J. Carpenter
of Kimberley were Cranbrook
visitors Wednesday,
Harry C. Briggs of Victoria
was doing business at Cranbrook
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Armstrong, and family visited Fort
Steele Tuesday.
T. G. Proctor, of Nelson, general manager of the Kootenay
Valley Land Co., was in town
Friday.
Rev. Mr. Douglas of Trail,
who has been occupying the pulpit of Knox Chinch for the last
two Sundays, left for home Monday.
T. Cole, proprietor of the Central, Hotel Marysville was transacting business at Cranbrook
Monday.
The buildings of the
King Lumber Co., east of town
have received a coat of paint
which has improved their appearance very munli.
Cranbrook Lodge A. F. & A. M.
held an emergent meeting in
Masonic Hall Wednesday evening. There was a large attendance of visiting brethren from
Wycliffe present.
L. W. Patmore will leave today, weather permitting, on a
hunting trip up the North Fork
of Elk River. He will be away
about ten days.
Mayor G. T. Rogers, was at
Arrowhead this week in consultation with the Hon. Robt. F.
Green, Commissioner of Lands
and Works, on matters regarding
the construction of the new
public building.
Rev. S. J. Thompson of Victoria, president of the B. C.
Conference of the Methodist
Church, und formerly pastor in
this city is at present calling on
friends, and is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. (I. T. Rogers. Mr.
Thompson will preach in the
Methodisl Church on Sunday
thus enabling all to have an
opportunity of again listening to
this popular speaker. Mrs.
Thompson is accompanying Mr.
Thompson.
Rev. Dr. Hryce, Manitoba
College, spent Sunday in Cranbrook and preached an able
sermon in the Presbyterian
Church Sunday morning. Dr.
Hryce is one of the most eminent
literary men in Canada. His
history of the Hudson Hay Co.
and of the Red River Settlement,
are standard works. He was
the first writer to present the
life and workof the great philanthropist Lord Selkirk ill its true
light and relieve It from the as
perity cast upon il hy the North
West Co. The present, condition of the Canadian Northwest
proves the far sightodmiss of,
and the genius of Lord Selkirk
as a colonizer.
E. Patei'Bon, of tho Fink
Mercantile Co., was at the coast
this week. "Ed" wanted asail ou
saltwater, and he will visit all the
islands in Puget sound before
he returns to Cranhrook.
WILL VISIT CRANBROOK.
Westminster Glee  Singers  Will
Give Concert in  Presbyterian Church.
The Westminster Glee anil
Concert Party who toured Canada three years ago under Mr.
Edward Kranscomho's direction
with such success, ure again
visiting this country and are
boohed to appear at lhe Presby
terinn Church on Oct. 26th.
Upon the completion of their
last Australian and New Zealand
tour this popular body of singers
returned to England giving concerts en route through the United
Stales and on reaching London
Mr. Edward Branscombe reformed his company.
Amongst the boy choristers
accompanying this party are no
less than three lads who are
ranked amongst the most celebrated hoy soloists in England.
The soloists include several
names who have already established their popularity throughout Canada, amongst whom may
be mentioned Madame Marie
Hooten, Mr. Edward Branscombe
and Mr. Ed. Dalzell. The party
only remained in London about
three months,altnost immediately
again setting off on their travels,
and they have just completed
most successful tours through
South Africa. India, and the Far
East: thence journeying to China
and Australia.
The English. American and
Colonial Press are unanimous in
their opinion that the perfection
attained in this class of singing
by these highly trained vocalists
and their skill in the rendering
of a lengthy repertoire of
madrigals, glees, part-songs, etc.
far exceeds anything previously
heard. Mr. Edward Branscombe,
under whose direction these
singers are touring, is to be congratulated on having got together a party so well able to
maintain the highest traditions
of English part-singing.
To those who take an intelligent interest in that most beautiful of all forms of vocal music,
the unaccompanied performance
of part-singing, a musical
treat awaits.
Mr. Harry Ivimey, who holds
the highest position as a society
entertainer in England, will contribute two humorous musical
sketches in each programme.
and very fast time  is expected;
as high as 7,"i miles an hour,
Heath's Panhard and Tracy's
Locomobile attracted much intention, as also did their drivers,
both of distinguished merit, Mr.
Vanderbilt, as giver of the cup
and chief promoter of the great
race, was the observed ol all
observers as he moved around,
One of the Thomas machines is
reported to have made fractions
of a mile at thu rate of 128 miles
an hour. The following bets are
recorded. One hundred dollars
lo two hundred that tin- French
team win the race: fifty dollars
even tlml not more than um,
Thomas cur will be on the American team.
Curling Rink at Cranbrook.
On Friday evening of lust
week a large and representative
meeting of citizens was held in
the Council Chambers to consider the advisability of erecting a
ink for the purpose of curling
where all may take part ill the
"warm game." Judge P. E.
Wilson took the chair and gave
a few important facts regarding
the proposition of erecting a
suitable building. So full of
enthusiasm was he that all
caught the spirit, and when the
time came for subscriptions all
were ready. So far about £2,-Illi i
hus been subscribed which is
sufficient guarantee for the committee to go ahead. The building will be Itin feet long and (111
wide and will be situated on
Armstrong Avenue. This will
provide a long felt waul in the
city and will be a means of giv
ing a great deal of time and
pleasure to mid winter sport.
SPOKANE TO CRANBROOK
The Vanderbilt Cup Race.
New York, Oct. (I. — The
great automobile race for the cup
offered by Mr. Vanderbilt is on,
and before an immense crowd
scattered all along the course on
Long Island the reckless
chaufeurs, are speeding their
liveliest to gain the prize, no
matter at what risk of life or
limb. The most noted automo-
bilists in the world are here,
their ranks having been reinforced last week by the arrival
of Lancia, Navarre and Dr.
Wellscheff, E. F. Shepard, who
incurred a penalty of a serious
character in France for reckless
driving, is also here and declares
that he hus the fastest car, and
will drive it to the front by the
most reckless speed. Shepard
brags of his Hotchkiss cur, with
which he is not al raid to meet
such leaders. The first cup
winner George Heath expresses hope of winning again
to day. The following noted
drivers of autos were cheered as
thoy were recognized going
over the course. Dare Devil
Traeey; Lowell, in Prayer Miller
car; Shepaml, in Hotchkiss;
Earnest Kuslor, in Oldsmobile;
Westchcdl. in Fiat; Luttgen.
Mercedes: .lenatsky, Mercedes;
Christie in Christie, who says
he has got to win, as his girl is
to marry him if lie does; Lancia
and Nazarre, in Fiats; The circuit seems short to some spectators, il is made so quickly, al
though it is 29.71   miles around
Askey — Harvey.
On Monday evening of this
week a quiet wedding was sol
emnizedat the Methodist parsonage, Rev. ,1. P. Westman officiating. The groom was Mr. George
Askey, an engineer of the C.P.
R. of Ihis place, a young man
well aud fiivorab y known. The
bride was Miss Nellie Campbell
Harvey of England, who has
lately arrived and has spent a
few weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Hickenbotham. The wedding
was quiet only a few friends being present. The happy couple
will make their home on Hanson
Avenue. Their many friends
wish for them a long and happy
life.	
Picked up at Kimberley.
A C.P.R. Engineer came up
from Cranbrook Thursday to
look over the ground, and to estimate the cost of extending
the spur to the North Star mine,
to the Stemwinder.
Mrs. Taylor and child, left
Thursday morning for a visit to
Spokane and other points in
Washington.
Several new residents are expected here shortly, Kimberley
is a beautiful town to live in.
Last Saturday, we had a visil
from the General Superintendent of ihe C.P.R., who was accompanied by Mr. Erickson
superintendent at Craubrook.
A new wire cable was Installed al the Sullivan tramway
this week, its total length was
about 80,11011 feet.
Mr. A. II. Grace, on Sunday
morning last, visited the Stem-
winder mine, lie expressed
himself us being surprised nl the
ainoiiul of work being done, und
the quantity of ore iu sight.
The wild rabbit, or more correctly speaking the hare is ofleu
seen in the hush around Kimberley.   It makes very good eating,
stewed u la chicken, one can
hardly tell lhe difference ami il
loses thai peculiar gamcy flavor
that many object to. Deer
Mountain goats, hare uud grouse
make good sport for Iho hunter,
to say nothing of the fishing.
Kimberley makes an ideal spol
for a days outing ill the bush.
V   Hyde Baker Makes the trip
in an Automobile
Cranbrook   Is the automobile
ceil'"!' nf ilie Kootenays. The
arrival of Mr. Baker's new 40
liorse power, Uun,bier, making
tho third big machine to huveits
headquarters here.
Tin' following Is an interesting
accounl of the trip from Spokane
to Cranbrook.
"I inr party left Spokane on the
•Jlsi msl nn u In h. p. Rambler,
our pilot and ChafTeur was Mr.
•I. I' Siiuile win, represents
Messrs T, l: Jeffery A* Co. of
Kenosha, Wis. nnd who was
imi long iu landing us in Sand
Poinl where he opened our eyes
by calmly driving the machine up
two twelve nub planks und depositing n safely on a Hat cur on
whicli ii was taken in Rexford;
ihel.' mi its arrival our friend
Strode repeated the trick with
two plunks, only in this instance
he backed off ihe car. (the
above was aboul lis pretty a
piece nl business as one need
wish lo see. trick riding on a
bicycle is slow compared wilh
this, i Well: from Rexford we
started fur Gateway where we
had lo wuii while Dame Canada
made up her mind how much
there was in il lor her: ihen on
to Wasa the home nf our pioneer
motorist in ihis Neighbourhood;
we slaved wilh host Hanson for
a lew duys during which the
owner was getting ull the instruction he could both iii running the vehicle and also getting
what knowledge he could of
the working of the mechanism, -
On the morning nf the 27th,
Crimhi-nok was startled by ;i most
melodious tooting nnd round the
cnriier into Buker Streel swings
the new Automobile steered
hy ils proud owner \*. Hyde
Baker Esquire,  who had   with
him  the abov entioned   Mr.
Strode and our esteemed fellow
townsman James T, ("Jim"
Laidlaw "
Fatheringham    Scott,
Mr. Edmund Fatheringham of
Nelson uud Miss Margaret Emily
Scott of Winnipeg were quietly
married in the Methodist Church
on Wednesday evening nf this
week. Mr. r'utheriiighaiu is a
young roan prominent in business circles ut Nelson and Miss
Scott conies from Winnipeg
where she has taken a leading
place in a large circle of friends.
She presented a very attractive
and becoming appearance dressed in a rich costume of Point de
Spey over White Taffeta. The
wedding couple left Thursday
morning for their honey-moon.
Kootenay Central Railway
It is reported* that the steel
gang will shortly arrive from
the prairie and work will begin
laying the truck sn ihe grade
can he carried across tlie slough,
it being the intention to use the
steam shovel on this portion of
the road II is also said that
work will shortly commence on
the construction nf the bridge
over the Kicking Horse river.
The sinres nn the Lang estate
have been secured for the purpose of storing supplies and
small tools, which are being
shipped iii continually,
The headquarters camp is siiuated ut Horse creek, aboul nine
miles mil.    Goidon Slur.
Don't llavo to Borrow Money.
I). A. Cli'ineiils, secretary
nnd treasurer nf the Sullivan
Group of Mines, has made the
following sluteineiil: "Interest
on the bonds of lhe company are
being paid us lusi ns presented.
The total interest   due   is   about
148,000, uml there is now 180,000
in the treasury, li will not be
necessary to borrow any money
to pity off this interest." \
THE PROSPECTOR   CRANBROOK B. C, OCTOBER 6, 1900.
"The Sign of the Slate
is the guide post to good shoes. It is the
sign that never misleads—that never points
the way to doubtful shoes.
"The  Sign  of the Slate"   marks   the
home of "Slater" Shoes.     It tells the passers-
by  that  this is  the  place  of honestly   made
shoes—comfortable   shoes—stylish   shoes—and   shoes   that
are vouched for by  a  Canadian company   that  lues  up  to
every word of its guarantee.
The man who takes the "Sign of the Slate1 as his
guidepost, is on the straight road to toot comfort, shoe satisfaction, and economv.
Every pair of "SLATER'    Shoes  has  this  trade  mark
label   sewn   on   the   lining.     Whenever
you buy—look for  it.     \n\  shoe that
has  not  this   label   in   il,   IS   NOT   a
"Slater" Shoe.
You will see the "Sign of the Slate" at
REID   &   CO.   Exclusive Agents   Cranbrook
t>
'liiM'lfi
times that lhe  electorate  inline ■
diatelv    recognize    it    us    a
"chestnut'* ami pay no attention
to il.
aaa
A feature of the past week in
Loudon, lint., has been the
scandalous disclosures as to ho*
lion. Chas llyuian purchased
IHI votes out of a poll of 801,
Cuba seems to be the storm
center just now. I'liele Sam
will have lo take possession in
order to keep the various political leaders I t cutting each
others throats   and   protecting
properly from robbers,
li. H. Thompson
.j,   iimikistkii ,t SOI.ICITOII
*;"TV   NOTARY I'l'lll.li'
There is no use disguising the
fact thut the old "llrll Machine'
agents  are   secretlj   at   work
everywhere trying lo bolster up
their party.
,     ,     , OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
The anxietj   ol   the   Nelson | cnmbrook, H.C,
Daily       News        and        olhei
l Inl publications in reference I
a coming i'1'O'luolal election
Professional.
HARVEY & MoCABTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOL,    •    B.C.
Yd. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
GrailbrOOk        Brltl8b Columbia
C  H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
a„,l NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oranbrook, B.C.
L. CLAPP
W   ROLLINS
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Lighted   By  Electricity
- Heated By Hot Air
Cranbrook, B.C.
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xtlje |tro0*pectca\
KSTABL1SHKO    :av*
A. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.
%%tye gtrogpector.
SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 1908.
truly touching, These papors
profess to ba interested lu the
affairs of the Province, bul In
looking over the proceedings ol
the lasl session of the Legislating
we have failed to timl anything
to the credit 11 the party wind
ihey support, uml if thereisany
thing thai the Grit puny hasdom
for the province, those papers
never uieutioued it.
"Old Man" Simpson seems to
have quit organizing, perhapi
he is through. Well! really In
had uot many to get together
Nearly all are Conservatives
now having seen the actions ol
the Liberal party. Or perhaps
he is home waiting anxiously
lor that call to run during the
next election. Which will win
out Dr. King or the "Old Many'
',.  THOM AS   McVlTTIE
l».L,.». <e CE.
Port Steele B.C.
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
"If a man can paint, the best picture, preach the best sermon
or make the best mousetrap, though his house be In the wilderness,
the world will miike a beaten path lo his door."    Emerson.
We Uo mil paint plutut'UB, proiich
si'i'iiiiuis nr miike mouse traps
OUR SPECIALTY IS MAKINC THE BEST
Blower Piping Exhaust Systems
For Planing Mills
Doing the lust SHEET METAL WORK and PLUMBING
IttitliiT il pi-osaii' (n'i'u|iiilIiiii wiili mighty little
Bontlinout   in  ii.  Iml   ii   keeps  us   humping
Our trade in these lines has been very successful, which goes
lo show that Emerson knew what he was talking about.
(Jive Is a Trial
Do It Now
Plumbing, Roofing, Heating and
Ventilating Engineers.
PATMORE BROS. _____
1 B.H. SHORT &_C0.t
The Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.
OUR large, STOCK
OF  9
Will PAPER
IS COMPLETE
jjv. Remember we curry the only stock of 1906
•' papers in Cranhrook.
fi
ft Sign Painting a Specialty
fr All kinds of Painting ami Decorating
u
d attended to promptlv.
S, P.O.BOX 88  ARMSTRONG AVENUE PHONE Ul .£.
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IT said lhat every man will
show what is in him, if he
only sets a chance. The •' Old
Man" has taken his chance once
more aud proves that his paper
is not independent, as he states
some times, but rather that it is
strictly liberal in politics. His
"Show me" article of last week
is characteristic of its author.
He has been trying to show to
the people of this riding what
the liberals want and he has
fairly well succeeded. All honor
to his ability. We believe in
giving a man credit for his
ability. He would ask the people to show him what is to be
gained or enjoyed in political
life, and then says: "We want to
get in" that is all. Yes he has
shown the people the real attitude of his parti' and just wait
until election and he will be
shown more than he has yet
seen.
* *   *
Those machine dupes of the
Leaders of the opposition are
wondering where they are at
politically, and wheu the provincial election is to be pulled
off.
* #     st
Grit organs, in this province
are making desperate efforts to
convince the people that an
election is to take place this
year, unfortunately they have
raised  this old  story so many
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c. c. c.
j Gam Came Co.
'        Fresh and Salted Munta*
{       Fish and I'ouitry in Season
DRATIN6
Call up the City Transfer
whin you want your Furniture, Piano, or Baggage
transferred,
W. E. Worden
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that. :iu iluys after dato
l Intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner ol i.iui'is nmi Works for a special lioense
to cut and carry away timber from the follow*
Ing desorlbed lands:
L'oninit;iK'inifHta])iiis' marked'A, M'Dougall'a
T. It,, N.W. Cor.." uml planted on Hartley Creek
uboui ■>' chaiaa .limit uiul w) chains west ui the
ROiith'West corner o( Lot •i.'JWi. Qroup I: thence
soutb Tin eliuins; thtMcueust-tOchalits; thenc
north 40 eliatns; tbenco east'10 uualtis; tbenoe
north 10ohains; tbenee west 10chains! to point
of commencement: ooutalnlng U40 neres,
A. M'DOL'UALL.
.1. (i. CUMM1NQS, LOCATOR
Aug. 30th l9Wi. 40
TIMBER  NOTICE
Take notice tliut thirty iluys after .lute I Intend to apply to the chief Commlsslonor of
Landa & Works for a special licence to cut und
curry uway timber from the following Oe-
soribed land In South East Kootonuy, commenoing at a post planted 40 chains eust, of the
North-West corner of Lot 848, uroup l. and
murked David Breo ken ridge's South West
Corner, thence North E0 chains: Thence East
■m ohulns; thence north w chains: thence eust
B0chains thence north m chains; thence east 4ii
ohalns; thonco South 180 chains; thence West
8ii iiiuins to the plaoe of commenoement.
August 84th IWW.
3ft DAVID BRECKENRIDGE
NOTICE.
Tuke notice that iHtdays after date I intend
to apply to tlie Chiel Commissioner of Lunds
& Works lor permission to purchase the following land situated in South East Kootenay.
Commencing ut a post murked William
Br cc lien ridge s North East Comer, plunted ou
the west hank of the Kootonuy Kiver where the
South line of Lot -twin crosses the said Kiver:
thence West Hi chains: thence .Smith a) chains
thence Eust 40 chuins more or leas to the hank
of the said Kiver; thenee following the sulil
bank northerly to the place of commenoement
and ooutalnlng In all so acres more or less.
August 86 1900,
Bii WILLIAM BKECKENK1DUE
■  ni..    Hole nueiils Dank*
135.    head fittrtl Chni.
TIMBER NOTICK
Takf* notloo (hut thirty days nfter
flute  1  Intond to upply tn tlio Glilof
CommlKMlonor of Undmtnd Worb- for
to out  uml   I'liri'y   uwuy
i I tliulwr from iln-   following  IuwJh  In
nit)] I'Jiiit Kootonuy,
' 'iNii'iM'tU'itlj.'   Ut   ll   |10Ht    plllllleil    '!■'
j rlmlrih 1'nnt of tlio north wost cornor <A
} I Loi OHIO, F. K. Kint- HooiICO, nml
j inurkotl "' 'mili.TH Lrtitnbor Compiiny,
* \ Sniitii  west ooi'nor"i   thonoo   north
NOTICE.
I hereby give notice thut Sixty Duys nfter
dule, 1 Intend to upply to the Commissioner or
Lands uml Work- tor permission to purchuse
tho following described piece of laud: iickIh
uingut m post planted 011 the Eust bi'iik of the
Kootonay river at 11 point where the west
boundary of lot No. 68 Intersects the rlvjr
nonr the northwest corner of lot 58 thenoe following thu Euit bank of Kootonay rlvor lu a
westerly, southerly und easterly direction 11
w lie re the wesl boundary Of lot M Intersects
the Kooteuuy liver near the southwest corner
of lot Nq.MG. I, containing 180Httres more or
less.
Hated Silt Allguil  UHHI.
:I4 N. HANSON.
0 Ordors bv mall will rocoivo prompl and caroful attention J Light* chain..,   tlionco   out  oluhiy
i *   (dmlns,  tin-   smith  eighty chains,
{ t    then-jo wont ulghty chains to place of
A , . * ... fa   a. J        I'lllllllH'lll'I'llll'tll.
{ Order by Phone *5 {     s^mbor mi., 10011.
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WATKIt CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION  ACT
PUBLIC NOTICK.
To nil holders ol luml within tho
Limits of Lot I Group 1, Kootonay Di»-
trlot uml to all holdors of wator Records
on ,toMopha Prairlp Crook.
ApplloatlonB for tho apportionment
of part "I tho 800 Ini-lnw of water from
-uiil orook reooi'dod In favour of John
T. (iiillii'iiitli on tho 21lrd. day of May
1K7'_' nml for pormlBBlon to iiIiiiiikh tho
poinl. of illvorslon  and   tho   i bo
of llu' illiiih for tlm diversion of
part of Bald wator, will bo hoard hy mo
at my ullli',, on Monday the 20th, Day
of Oi'inliiir IIIIIII at olovutl o'clock In tho
foi'i'iioon under auj/horlty ofSoetlona in
'21 uml 21 of the Wlid Art.
OhJeutlenB Bhouid !»• Illod with moon
or hot the 22ml day of Onlobur, 1110(1,
Datod at Cranbroek, the I7t.li. day of
September IIKHI.
,1, P, AUMSTKONfl,
AbbIbIiiiiI CommlBBlonor of Landa and
Worka for tho Southorn Division of
Kust Kooienay. ;IH
ADVERTISE.
IN
THE PROSPECTOR.
<  . ua   .......1..   .IIIIIII
DR. K.W.CONNOLLY
Physician and Sui'Qeon
OPPIOK MIMSTIlONi: AVE,
Hours:   ntntlu.ui. 2to4p.nl,
1 to 8 p.m.
Phono OBioo 105    KoBldonoo 10»
I MUSIC I
Mrs. Hislop TMm8MH
Special attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing   and
grading of studies.
For partloulara apply to C. E. Reid A
Co., The Druggists.
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet every Wednesday
at 8 p.m. in H.I..F. Hull
Visiting   Hrothers  Cordially   Invited
V. Ross Tate, W. President
(has. Smith, Secy
Rocky Mountain Chapter
NO.  126. R. A. M,
Regular meetings:—2nd Tuesday in each month at eight
o'clock.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially invited.
Wm. P. Tate, Scribe E.
BOX 4        CRANBROOK, B. C.
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ANCIENT ORDER F FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS   2ND   AND  4TH   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invited
C. R.,   A. McCOWAN
Secretary, T. MARSHALL
SAVE TIME
ALL
THE    TIME
BY   USI NO
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Bleoperi, Butfett
Library Oan, Modem
Day Coaches.
Dining Oan,
MEALS  A   LA  CARTE.
Best Meals on Wheels
2 FAST   TRAINS fa
EAST AND WEST DAILY   ^
For full  particulars,  rales,   folders
etc., cull on or addross,
S. 11. VIORKKH.ii.w.P.A.,
Seattle, WaBh.
<:.  VV.   MAIIONKY, C.I'. X T.A.,
Spokane.
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
I'lii'lics liuviiif; Imiili yttrds,
iimi cloBots to clean, and refuse
unit lor to hn taken uway, should
leuvo orders with mo.
Lnavo oi'llel'fl at the City (llerks olllce
ir drop a postal oiird in Mux lor,.
FOUND
ON BAKER ST., ONE DOOR WEST OF
HILL A  CO.    The only plaee In town
•   that can make life worth the living.
lit
Cosmopolitan Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
The above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnish-
ud throughout. The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
1 LEflSKJ HENDERSON 1
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£
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FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
— Always Up-to-Date —
£ Oranbrook-        -
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£ zs
I P. Burns & Co. I
tZ Head Office,
jj Calgary, Alberta.
Main Office lor Eaat Kootenay, ZZt
Oranbrook, B.C -3
Wholesale and Retail
£ Meat Merchants 1
£ 3
tsz —•
£ Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storage =3
p    Live Stock at Calgary, Alberta.   2
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Wholesale.
LIQUORS 3!e CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT  FOR
Calgarv Beer, Ale St Porter.
T. LEBEL & CO., Hay and (inun
Granbrook, Bad
NORTH   STAR
-sr-    HOTEL t
t
Kimberley,  B. C. J
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f    H. W. DREW, Proprlntnr. _       L 9
%
W.' hart! this wimk unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LO
Special Pbiob for Ton Lots, Call and sec its i<■■<
buying iilsewhero.   We also carry a stock of
CARNEFA'S STOCK AND F0ULTRY FOO!
Harris Bros.
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THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, OCTOBER li, 1906
STTRPN',
SILENT Omaitimmm sreEDT
Purohase   Prioe   $3,00 a Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold ffebem
DON'T it please you to have
Photographs of your
relatives nnd friends, possibly
some you have not seen for
years?
Now what about yours'/
We know you have not thought
much about it and that is why
we call your attention to a duty
you are neglecting. Come up
and see our styles and act in
good time for Christmas.
Prest Photo go.
Studio.
Picture Framing a Specialty
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Atlantic Steamships
ROYAL MAIL SERVICES
"EMPRESSES"
From Montreal and Quebec
to Liverpool
Empress of Britain Oct 19th.
LakeChimplaln Oct, 27th.
Empress of Ireland Nov. 2nd.
Lake Erie Nov. 10th.
Firwt I'liliiii $11.", ami upwards according to steamer: One cluss steamers
(Intermediate) $42.50: Second cabin
M5 ami upwards: Third class $211.50
und $28.75. Apply Monro for our Illustrated booklet descriptive of our
superior Third Class accommodation.
From Montreal to London
Like Michigan Oct. 17th.
Third class only #26.50.
Montrose Oct. 24th.
Carrying 2nd class only $40,00
Speeiui   limited   Train
"OVERSEAS MAIL"
Ninety-Six hour Vancouver to
Quebec.   Oct. 15th and Nov. 12
For detailed information and berth
reservations for train or boats apply to
local agents or write
E. J Coyle, A.G.P.A., Vancouver.
J, S. OARTER,   DP. A.,   Nelson, B.C.
SHORT LINE.
BtlWtEN
S'PAUL" CHICAGO
- IA-CHICAGO
CitrCMCAGO
Yuui'  attention  1« called to   the
"Pioneer Umitod" trains of the "Mil-.
>vtnik.-o & SUSaulRailway." "The only
ii.-i-k'i't trains In the world."
.  You will liml it desirable to ride on
'i. nn trains tfhon going to any point In
i-oi-ri! Slated or Canada.   Thoy
v-,.i   with)' all   Transcontinental
■   .il    Tloket   AjrentH   sell
ni I'lnlii'i' Information, pamphlet*.,
■  i ... anv Tlekot Agent or
:   i,  icoitD, II. 3, ROWE,
\.,'i'Mt. (iimoral Agont,
\'|.' PORTLAND
1
linois Central
i-    iii'xcoUod  Borvloe  from
ii tlio oast and south. Making
i.'.'imns  with   trains  of ull
i1   inun,  pu-iwnijoi's are
 i I'outos to Chicago
I Ve\\\ Orleans,
L*. to Iho fur mist
i ilosirlng In for-
■i''S   1111(1   bout
I't'uspbndehhe
I'i'i'rteiitatlveSi
i.iiineroltt) Atffiflt
um laml. ■ Oregon,
: I'.A.
1 inland, ' )rogon
" \., Uooin 1
, P.
V     RAIG
MASONRY
* '■ >rs and.Furnace Work a
■ i',,si nml Slock Estimates
Phrnisliud Upon Applica-
linii.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.G.
•She Uwwpector
SATUUDAY. OCT. li, luuu
Oar Timber Resouroos
Continued from Pago l>
what limits he may desire to
control. If that statement were
true what has become of tbe im
tnenae areas thu* ure within the
railway belt which is entirely
under control of tho Dominion
government? Have these im
mense tracts also passed into the
hands of speculators? If so, the
Laurier government is worse
limn the provincial government
for it has been but a few years
in control of the railway bell and
has lost no tituu in frittering
uway the public wealtb in its
timber resources. If there is still
timber area available in the railway belt it is not true that Vancouver island is all that is left
in the way of  timbered  wealth.
Furthermore, The News would
have its readers believe that just
us soon as a license fee is paid
the timber limits are the properly
of the licensee In fee simple
and are quite out of the control
of the government as producers
of revenue for the treasury. The
News knows, or oujfht to know
that the obtaining of a special
license that the fees it quotes is
but the first step in the process
of producing revenue from the
timber limits. It knows that as
soon as a licensee begins to cut
timber he begins to pay royalties
on whatever class of timber he
cuts and carries awuy and it
parenthetically admits this. It
knows that the government has
the right at any time to increase
these royalties to any figure,
the laws of supply and demand,
which regulate the value of rough
timber, may warrant. It knows
that the government has employed a staff of competent and
experienced timber scalers to
prevent any advantage being
taken, and that every log will
have to be paid for by those who
manipulate it in the process of
converting it into wealth.
The News is also well aware
th.it iis cry of anguish ubout the
timber resources of the province
falling into the hands of speculators is a canting cry and absolutely without sincerity. It
knows that the government has
the control of-the whole situation
and from its past record there
need not be any fear that the interests of the province will not be
full concerved.
Was it not the McBride
administration that placed an export duty on logs and spurs and
other rough timber, securing
thereby the development of the
timber resources within the province? Did not this legislation
add immensely, both directly and
indirectly to the income of the
province? Who can be harmed if
a speculator chooses to pay for
a special license to cut and carry
away timber? The News fears
that these licenses will never be
paid and states that they rarely
arc.   That is a false statement
on its fnce. A man must pay
application and registration fees
before he can obtain a license. He
must pay royalties as soon as
timber is cut and these royalties
may be determined at any time
by thesiovernment in power, as
to their amounts. No man may
begin to cut timber anywhere
without the payment of his
license fees and the whole fabric
of the News' article tumbles to
the ground because of its in
consistency and its apparent
sophistry.
It is this method of political
warfare that has gained for the
News a reputation for unfairness
I that is deplored by its political
j friends and foes alike, but that
is none of our business.--Nelson
Canadian,
DRAYING
We have beon in the business
for several years, we have the
best equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
nbout thai Piano
We aro the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason & Risch
Pianos, we can do the work without risk. Also Household Furniture.
PERRY k FITZGERALD
Proprietors of tlie
Granbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
Otlice opposite
C.P.R. Depot. Phone «3.
LC0HN  j
Tailor %J» Importer of |
Fine Woolens.      $
Cranbrook, B.C. Armstrong Ave I
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Granbrook
n Uverii
OEARY « DOYLE, PROP'S
f >
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Hanager
For Sale
BUSINESS BLOCK
On Armstrong Ave.
For further information apply
to
J M.DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
Armstrong Ave.   SgflS HtjM
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
purchase a certain piece of land situate
in the District of Kast Kootenay, and
being an islund lying in the Elk River
adjoining the northerly boundary of
Lot <M»7H Group 1, Kootenay District,
containing 320 acres more or less.
Dated this 21st day of August, 1H0«.
115 A. M. STEWART
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty
days afterdate I intend to apply to the
Commissioner of Lands and Works
Victoria, for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at southeast corner of
Lot 3001, thence east HO ehains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains to point of commencement, including In all 320 acres
more or less.
July 25th, 190(i.
30 * -T. McKENNKY
NOTICE.
Notice In lierby given that, HO days nfter date.
1 Intend to apply to tbe Hon. Cblef Commissioner of LamlK anil Works for n special licence
to cut and curry away timber irom tbe folow-
lug desi'vlbcit litndf*;
Commencfnitat a post marked ■ A. M'DoilKall'B
T. L.. S. K. Cor.," and planted eust of lake on
Hartly Creek Trail, about iWU chuins north und
Si) chains west of tbe south-west corner of Lot
8,9fll, Uroup 1; thence north 80 chalnH. thence
west SU rhaliis: thenco aouth SO chains, thence
east sn iihuins lo point of commencement,
Dated Hllth Auuust, HMO,      A. M'Dougall,
lis J.a.Cummings, Locator.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that, 30 tltiya utter date,
I Intond toapply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works fnra speeiui licence
to cut und curry uwuy timber from the following
dcHcrlbeillundis:
Commonolng at a post planted nt the southwest cornerof LotUWll. Uroup I, and mttrked
"A. M'Dougalla T. Ei.. S. K, Cor.": thence
north SU chains; thence east -IU cliatlis; ihenee
north -III obalna, thence wost so chalna,
thenco south I'M ehnlns: thence eust
■In chiiltiK to iinliil of I'oiimieiii'i'iiH'iil: i'on-
tiiliiliik'iiiii acre*-,
Datod :ioih Auguat, hkhi. a. M'OmiKuli
:ts j, G. Oummlngs, Locator
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby glvun thut. 80 days aftor
date, I Intend toapply to the Hon. Chief Com-
mlNHlouor of Land's und Works fur m speclul
licenco to cut and carry away limher from the
following described lauds:
Cnmiiiencint' nt a post marked "A.
M'Dougalt'Bl1. L., N. W. Cor.," and planted
ou Hartly Creek, about -"«) chains north uml HO
chains west of the tmuth-west corner of Lot
8,001, Group 11 thence south MOoltlllnHl theuce
east 40 chains: thence nortli 10 chains: thence
east 40 ehnlns: theuun nortli -10 chains;
llience west 10 ehulns to point or comiueuee-
iiieiil; contulnlng Old acres,
Dated .(Olh August, IlKW,      A. M'Doiigall.
:w ,|, (1, Cumming*, Localor.
NOTICE.
Notice Is horoby (riven Unit, :«» days after ditto
I Intend to apply to the lion. Cblef ('oininis-
sloncr of Lauds and Works for, a special ItCOnOO
to out and earry away tlmbor from the follow*
lleserilieil lands:
Com monolngntapost marked "AiM'Dougnll'H
T. L.. N Vf. Oor.," and planted went of Lake
on Hartly Creek Trail, atioul 880 chains north
and 180 ehulns west of Houtliwesl cornor of Lot
8,001, Group I: thonoo south W chains: thenee
eait U0 chains: thoneo north 80 otmlnsi thonod
west SO ehains tn point of   cntuiliunrmnmit;
containing (M0 acres,
Dated rtoth August, iwe.     a. M'Doiigall,
iw j. ii. CuiuuiIiik*, Loeator.
/
MClarys
t/The oven in
the Kootenay Steel Range
is ventilated
Kootenay
Ran$e
London-Toronto-Montreal
sjjjfjnr. ipe£ -Vancouver ~5r.John.hra
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
English Importation
JUST   ARRIVED   A   BEAUTIFUL   LINE   OF
English Vase?        Card Cases
Fruit Dishes nnd Bon Bon Sets
Glad to show you these  goods.     The prices
are right as we bought these from the makers.
C. E. REID & CO.,
phone 74        ip^e Druggists.
PURE DRUGS                       FINE STATIONERY
-   DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY.     	
9****XlKmmMl9**99**99Wt9***
% CENTRAL   HOTEL
If        Marysville, B.G.       COLE & HANDLEY, Prop.        S
8 1
if The Leading Hotel of the St. 9
m Mary's Valley.  Nice airy rooms
_a newly   furnished.      Table   as
good as any in Kooienay.
GOOD    SAMPLE    ROOMS
SwM.^tlat3aBK^Wjtf^^?itM{Mta^a^M)^)^)fc)KMM)l
CRANBROOK     *
HOTEL »e
| Guest* Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection IS
Ll VA
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Nearest to railroad depot.    Has accommodations   for   th,.   public   unequalled   in
Cranbrook,
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors j
PWWWW WWW WTVTTWWWWW '
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO, LTD,
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of 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
d P. O. BOX tit     fc
5?     TELEPHONE NO. I     p
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
Gto. R. Leask & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'lnns, Specification*;
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
OUR SPECIALTY IS
I
1 HOME  MADE CANDIES 1
FRESH EVERY DAY I
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"The Palm"      C. E. Buck 1
BAKER STREET,      GRANBROOK,.B.C. $
mmmmm*m*mmm***m*m
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters for mining   i!       When you want a good
men and old timers. *   ?!   Place l" st"P come.to the
tt
Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give Tou Your Money's Worth
W*9999999.****W******99**99
l   "THE PALM"   I
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As the Ice Cream season litis about closed, I am now 9
^ prepared to furnish the liesl Candies, and best Fruits W
MM    tho market affords.
9 For  Quotations On
HAY and GRAIN
IN   CARLOADS
WRITE TO
S     Hembling & Eubank
#   DIDSBURY, ALTA. Satisfaction Guaranteed   *
J. Edgar Davis
A   Bricklaver   A
^'Contractor  *
•HONK 115
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. 0. McBRiDtS
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
TIMBER NOTICE.
Ttihe notIpetlmt thirty tluyMufU'i* ilnto I Intern) to upply to the riimi.ii-,ioii,>i of Lands
unrt Works for m H'wctul licence to eut uiul
lorry uwuy ilmbor from the following denerib
od lands.
Conimenctiii* nt it point marked A. Mo-
Dougntl'l Timber Lloenoe. S. W. Corner.
pliintod nbout itflOobatnt) nortli and hii chalna
went of tbo Soutb weat Cornor of Lot soai. u
I., thetiao nortb80obalni, east 10 ehains. south
id chiiliis. oast loi-tiatriH, "outh 80 olintnt. wesi
(0 ohnlns, north (0 obalni. weat \« obalni lo
point of com men ooraont.
A.MoDOUUALU
Sept. ilnt, 1000. BO
TIMI1BH NOTICE.
Tnko notloo that thirty dayiaf lato, I in
tend to apply to the Cominlialonor ol Lands
ind Wurki- for h ipoolol licence to cut Htui
nrry  uwuy  timlier  from    tlie   following   do
.fiii.nl lands,
i ommonclng ut a point marked a. Mc-
[Jougall s Timber Lloenoo. n w cornor. uml
planted S8flobalna north and k*i chains wost
of the South Wost Cornor of Lot itftit. thonco
hoiiill io chains, Wom lOobalns SouthBOohalna
i-nsi 401'hulijH, North lOohalns Kasl K) clialOH
North sn I'liulim Wi-ht in ehaina lo point ol
toiiiiiieiireiiii'iil.
A   MrlXII'llALI,
Si'pl, KlHt. Illli. BO
NOTICE.
'i'ftku llotlou Unit thirl} 'lays uftui'
ilnlt* ■ Iniuiitl i<> apply lo iln: f'hlul
(:niiiiNi«MUnii'i' nf Llltl ll a mul Workn tttV
n spiTinl 1.1(1011(10 t<» rii! mul nxvvy HWiiy
tlmbor from tho following iloarrlhotl
lunds in Kiimi Kootonay.
(!oilimOII0lll|{ lit It pnsl ill Hill I I'M rlniin-a
nortli from Wild Morao witffffon roud
nd iibniii HO ohiiltis weal from Urowory
Croolct tltumio ISOnhalna north, thai	
40xthaltifl ontt, thonoo 80 cliuius aouth,
thonoo 40 ohainii oaat, thonoo in ulmlns
aoiiiii. thei 80 ohalno wesl to plaoo <>f
ooinnioneoiuont,
LnuHtocI 28th August, liton,
:n; Sird. ltohi»rt Llttlo
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
It will pay those who are
looking for work to call and
see
Jim  McArthur
He can secure you a job and
also tit you out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim McMur
Hanson Ave.  CRANBROOK, B.C.
COLUMBIAN  COLLEGE
NKW  WKS'l'MINSTI'ltt,   II.O,
Receives both Ladles and
Gentlemen as Resident oraa Day
Students, lias a complete Commercial or Husiness Course. Prepares students to gain Teachers'
CertlHcates of all grades, In
animation with Toronto I'm-
VDUSITY gives Iho four years
course for llie II. A. degree, and
the lirst year ol the Toronto
School of Science Mas a
special     "PrOSpOCtOl's   Course"
for miners who work in B.C.
Instructions glvon in Art,
Music, Physical Culture and elocution,
Por    Calendar    etc.   address
"Columbian Collego",
Term opens September l"th,
1000. THE PROSPECTOR. CRANHROOK   B, C, OCTOBER li, t'.Mi
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£
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'EMARKABLE isent it, when some fellow yets out something good how man) others try to imitate it.
Take for example Carss' Mackinaw Clothing there are
many kinds made in Canada and all claimed to be just AS GOOD
as Carss'. Funny isent it. that all these fellows .single out Carss and
tell vou they can beat him all hollow, they never seem to worry
about any one else. The truth is they know Carss makes the best
and they are afraid of him come in and let us convince you, by personal
inspection, that these fellows who talk about Carss have good
grounds to talk. Carss don't ask any more for his goods than the
other fellows do but guarantees his to i<v the best and will he glad to
hand vour money hack if vou don't get satisfaction with his stuff,
He makes Coats,  rants.  Mills and Socks, we have them all.
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Our Goods are
lUARANTtED
Rally Rally Rally
to the
Annual Rally Services
in the
Methodist Church
Next Sunday
Rally  means for all  lo come
so come and take pari.
Come    Come
SATURDAY, OCT.
+nnTTnimmrt?nmmm?nnnniTnm"n.'.
| LOCAL NEWS, j
+UlUlUUUliUUUlaUUUUUUUUUUUUUt'
li. .). Elmer oi  Moyie was in
the city Thursday
Um  iilicni o(  Wardner was
in to« ii Wednesday.
Jas  McEvoj i I Kernie  i\ .i> .i
Cranbrook \ ii.it, r Friday.
Mrs.   .1    li    N.irthcy   lefl   iii
i v sit lo Wiuni'io*:,
Sheet iron  stoves  for shacks
al Piitmore Bros
MONEY
lo tin
name* have been added
.'i*'s list in the Cran
UK ih ;. year,
IT   YUU   HKL    % hlwk
NOT SATISFIED. $  Choi
«##1^|K«#^^**«*^««^»«*«»«««**<IH»««»««^^«^
toes aud Apples at Stewarts to-
SALE   OF   LANDS    FOR    UNPAID    DELINQUENT   TANKS    IN    THK    PORT
ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT,    PROVINCE   OP   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
........ ..      Dau  McDonald  spent  several
'' M'*'**'* i days this week at Perry Creek a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Burge.
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Friday, the Twelfth day of Oetober, AD. 1900, at the Gov-     Tom Cavin is at tlie coast  tins
ernment Offices, Cranbrook. B.C., at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell at   Public Auction week taking In the  big fair al
the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent  taxes *   B Westminster.
unpaid by said persons on the 8Lst day of December, 1905, and for interest, costs and  expenses,   in
eluding the cost of advertising this sale    Lands unsold will be forfeiter to the Crown.
LIST  ABOVE  MENTIONED
Delinquent  Taxe
NAM]*. Ill--   I'KltSHS   ASSr.SSKl).
sm HIT DESCRll'TIOS OP PKOPRHTV
Taxe
Interest
at date of
statutory
■oat- and   Total
R. E. Beattie returned Tuesday from Calgary and other
points in Alberta.
Head
Splitting
When you got a (rood old-
fashioned Headache tlmt makes
your head throb; and your oyos
whirl mul makes you sick in
your Btoinaoli try
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
They caul hurl you and   Ihey
slop any headache.
One Do/en iii (i box 25r,.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
.1 MoSwoyn, Cranbrook's
popular tailor, was at Elko ibis
week on business,
Mr Samuel McDonald, accompanied his family lo Vancouver
on Monday. Mrs. McDonald and
children will remain there for
one year, bul Mr. McDonald will
iciiiin iii two week.s and resume
in-, work unl. ihe imm;
\ i iioriinco mooting will be
held iu i|ii- Methodisl Church on
Sunday evening Oct. 7. at Ihe
close nl lli.' regular service, The
public arc cordially invited to
attend Kev s .1. Thompson,
former pa-tor, will he asked to
address I he meeting.
Mrs flowness, mother of Mr.
A. (,,'. liowuess is at present
visiting in lown witli her son.
she trawled from New Brunswick au ! in spite of her years is
feeling quite active.
nnimmmnimmn"nnnnn"mTmin*
"onsorial Parlor I
Foi a Cool and Clean Shave      :
Or a Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
CrowB Nest   t.iitul   iiiiii    lluvuloi
in.. Ltd  nii'i...
Crows Nesl   Land   and   Durulo|iimint* Lots 27118, 27111) nn
Co., Ltd         iiu.v District
111  LllU, 2117 llllll  10HII,   I'.   I.    K""l'
37110 uml  -SHU.  i.. 1
>:!■.'.! i()
711.50
$35.-16
September 12th, lomi.
A. C.  NELSON, Collector.
l-'urt Sleele Assessment District,
Cranbrook. B.C.
SALE  Oh' MINERAL CLAIMS IN THE PORT STEELE ASSESSMENT  DISTRICT.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE thai on Monday, the 5th day of November A.D. 1906 at the hour of
twelve o'clock noon, al the Governmenl otlice. Cranbrook. H.C. 1 shall offer for sale by public
auction the Mineral claims iu the lisi lioroinafter sei out, of whloh Crown drams have been issued,
for all unpaid taxes accrued and due and payable on the 80lh day of .Tune, 1906, and for the expenses
of advertising Ibis notice.
If the taxes and expenses of advertising, as set out in said list are not paid to me on or before
the day of sale, the claims may be sold lo lhe highest bidder, and a conveyance executed to the purchaser of all right and interest, in said claim legally alienated liy the Crown by the Crown Grants
thereof.
In the event of lliere being no purchaser, or if lhe price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the
taxes and expenses of advertising, tlie land shall absolutely revert to the Province aud the Crown
(irants thereof shall he deemed void.
LIST AMOVE MENTIONED.
Unpaid
lxpense-8 of
NAME op PKHSON.
IlKSI'lillTlllS   nl-'   l'l.AIM.
Tuxes
1
Vdvertistng
Total.
Kiii.ii'iiiivl'i'irvCi kjtiold Mil
»Ltd Pearl, L. 30:t5, <;. 1. Iiu. Usi        . ..
tl2 75
*2 00
IM 75
••    iKIklliiril. 1.. l*''!'!        ...
IL' 25
2 on
14 25
-■    Reindeer, L, 1003	
II 2n
2 Ull
11 25
■•    Running Wolf, L. 1054, O, 1, Kty, Dst.
12 IHI
2 IH)
14 00
■■    Ruby I'Viii'liim. L. 1056,	
3 (HI.
2 UU
5 00
.*      ii
Last Chance, L. 40tl'',      	
i ■*;*
2 IHI
0 25
..
"    Sovereign, L. IH03,	
7 25
2 mi
II 25
"    Crlffell, 1.. 0404                	
li 75
2 IHI
11 75
Highland Chief, L. 0405	
10 ."ill
2 011
12 50
"    (ioTdenC'rnwnPrac. L. 0400,0. i. Kty D,
4 7.i
2 00
0 75
Iiivi.-lu < li.l.l Mini- I.nl	
.Jerome Stanley, L. .">■*>'■'	
b M
2 IHI
7 .'HI
    Evans, L. 52P....              	
: :.o
2 00
II 511
Peraeverai , 1.. 58F.           	
:t 76
2 DO
5 75
,.
 Sohtoodor, L, 63F	
I 26
2 IHI
0 25
Payroll Mining Co, Ltd
Paymaster, 1.. 3501,        ll, 1. Kty. Dst.
III IHI;
2 IHI
15 (HI
Payroll, 1.. 3502,
11 26!
2 Oil
13 25
s iiii-cMi'.-iiil.-iit. 1.. :'..**♦       '
n 00
2 00
11 IMI
Arthur Phillips....
 Surprise, 1.. 3600,             	
13 ui)
2 (HI
15 00
\. ll. i.i-ii'-".           	
i...Iil.'ii Coin, L. mis        	
ill IHI
2 IHI
21 IHI
t.'olumbiin M. I'lirk'T
King Solomon, L. 5461      	
13 ml
2 00
15 IMI
i.i.i,..-ii ..( Shoba. 1.. 6482	
III 50
2 nil
12 50
lliu Hond Hoy, 1.. H53      	
r: .*.n
2 UU
14 5(1
Hiioi-j I ..ml.. 1. 6464       	
■ HI,. 1901),                       A  c  NELS
26 60
2 IHI
27 50
Cranbrook*. H.C, Octobe
IN. COI.LE
'TOIL
Por
Sleele Assessment 1
hstrict.
Lime Por Sale
Fresh burned Crow's\m
Nest     Lime     in     anv iK
quantity.
mile
Inquire   al   Pink   Men
building.
Kerr 6i Campbell
D.J. J0H1
Carpenter % Builder
Hood  Worl< al
Reasonable Price
WHERE    IT   PAYS   TO    DEAL
FRESH   FRUITS
The Quality Store
Choice Cigars
and Tobaccos
CAMPBELL k MANNING
is
ime 56 and we will <
olivet yum o
rder promptly.
Office, and Workshop  Lewis St ^^^g^^^^^^^^^^^S^i^l
Fred. Smyth, editor of the
Moyie Leader, was in town Monday.
B. P. Cooke, drove over from
Fort. Steele Monday to see what
the boys were doinj; at Cranbrook.
A. Carney, government timber
Inspector, - and S. Keeling of
Kaslo were guests at the Cranlirook Sunday last.
Mrs. J. F. Pringle of Marysville spent several days this
week visiting friends at Cran
brook*.
A.  Vi.  Haydcn,  representing
the Canada Paper Co., of Mont
real was in Cranbrook this week
on company business.
P. Lutid, manager of the
Crow's Nest Lumber Co. of
Wardner was in the cily Wednesday.
Miss Clark lelt on Monday to
attend Columbia College in New
Westminster. She was accom
panied by her mother.
Mr. P. Uyckman who has been
attending a medical college in
Toronto is spending a week with
his father Mr. Seth Ryckman.
The Prateral Order of Fugles
held their regular weekly meeting in Watt's Hall Wednesday
evening.   .
N. A. Hill of Montreal, and I
Wilson of Vancouver were regis
tered at tho Cranbrook Wednesday.
H.     Pullerton,     representing
Wilson Hros, of Victoria, spent
several days this week in Cran
brook,
The Phoenix Pioneer, wonders
how many times the Vancouver
World and Victoria Times will
announce a provincial election
as imminent, between now and
spring.
Road Superintendent Don.
Mackay was in town Monday.
He reports that lhe wagon load
up Wild Horse Creek has heen
completed to Brewery Creek.
Provincial Mine Inspector,
Morgan returned Monday from
Moyie, where ho lias been engaged inspecting tbe working
mines in that vicinity.
Kev. VV K. Jones of Loudon,
England spent Monday in town,
on liis way to take charge of the.
Creston Mission in connection
with tbe .Methodist, Church.
NOTICE.
'rule'uiitli'ii Unit mi iliiva iilli'i 'lull' I Inliinil
l'l ll|.|lly In Um Olllflf (liilllllllNaliilliil- III LiuiiIh
llllll Winas l.ii |i..ri.ilnal.ill I... 1.1.i'lul".' Ill,' Fill
IiiwIiik ili'ai'rllii'i] luml III Siilll.li I'luaL Kniili y
eiiiiitiii'iii'lnu in ,i |,„al iiliinli'il ill  Ull'  linilli-
woM cornor ol Lot 710, Clrowti I. In mild illm-rlol
tiii'ni'i'i'iiNi mi,'i,ulna, tlionoo north ~n olinlim,
llllllii'i'ivi'Ht HII rlinllia. llll.mil' Hiullll j.*i| i'llllllia
tiillii. iiIhi'i' iif I'liiiiini.iii'i'ini'til unil rntiliiliiliii:
In nil Iim ituri-a.
it nuiiai intli. mm;.
tm I'HTHII wm ins
|00TO Walter B. Laing „ffifNOj
E    liaker Street, Cranbrook, H.C.    :
ui.i..tmiiu.u..iimuiuim^fHaitUi^
i STEWART'S a
The Leading Store
for
Choice Confectionery
FRESH   NUTS
Fancy Oranges and Bananas
Choice Oeanogan Fruit
Hazelwood Ice Cream
STKWAKTS PINE   CHOCOLATES
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75      ftraiotrotiQ, Ave.
Stock   Taking
Means a complete overhauling of
stock and rooting out from corners
Odds and Ends
Odd Plates, Dinner Size, Per Dozen 50c.
Limoges China, <>d<i Pieces, at Half Price
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MTTTS, liLOVRS, BOOTS and SHOKS
Cranbrook,
B.C.
HEADACHES
90%
CAUSED HY   EYESTRAIN
CURED
Cured  without drugs,   and cured permanently.
BY GLASSES
wm. F. Tale k son
The Jewelers
C.P.R. Watoh Inspectors Crown' Near. Pass Division
TIMBBR NOTICK
Tuk** notlco that I intend to apply to
tlio Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission lo cut and curry
away tlmbor from the following described lands in .South Kast Kootenay:
Commenoing at a post planted at the
south east corner of (i. A. Laurie's
timlier licence Number .1807 near Booth
Creek, thence west 100 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thenee east UHH'hains,
Ihenee south 40 chains to place of be
ginniny, containing 040 acres.
Dated September 12th, 1000.
The Crothors Lumber Company.
Limited, 37
TIMBER NOTICK
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works foi- permission to out ami earry
away timber from the following described lauds in South Kast Kootenay:
Commenoing at a post planted at tho
south eust corner of Lot 2070. being the
licence originally held by A. K.
('rot hers, t hence south one mile, theuce
west one mile, thenee north one mile,
theuee eusl otto mile to place of beginning.
Dated this 14th day of September, A.
I)., 100(1, 117
Ol'Othors Lumber Company. Limited.
TLMItKIJ NOTICK
Take notlco that I intend to apply to
the'Chiet Commissioner of Lands and
Works for portnlsslon to cut and carry
awuy timber from the following de-
M'ribed lauds In South Kast Kootenay!
Commencing at a post planted at the
south cast corner of the < Vothers I Mm*
her Company. Limited, licence application, notice dated September 12th,
lUDii; tbence south one milt1, thence
west one mile, Ihenee north one mile,
tlience eusl one tulle u> place of beginning.
Dated this Uth duy of September, A.
>., 1000. ill
Cl'Othei'S Lumber Company. Limited
MINK1.AI. ACT
(VOIIM K.)
UKUTHTIOAl'M ol-' IMI'Ui'VKMKNTH,
NOTICE.
■lioiiuili," "Homstlto," "HorotiluH." "Konl,
■ Ajitx, I'liiiiiiiiHt," ami "Snowdrift" mlnorHl
I'll.llHs, Hltllimi IN Mill  Klirl  HtUOlO   Mllillii!   Di
vision nt Kasl. Kootuuay UlHtrlui,
Whom I ilni,  On i-vnwirii Mountain nmi
nmi itlvor,
'I'mIn- mil in- Unit .pitmen A, IlllfVOy, Vtee Mill
oiV IVntlli'iili' No, H.ilii. iim'Uiik uh ukiiiii fur
.liiinoB'l\ l.iUdluw, I'Tou Ml "sCurlllluiUuNo,
in uui. lntoml, sixty iluys from tlm ditto horuof,
loiipjily in tlm Minim' Uuuortlor fur u Cortlll-
Miloof liii|irovoiiiuiitfli for thu imrtmHO nr oii-
UtlultiK it brown < j mm nt unoli ol tlio ntiovo
rlilllllH.
Ami further lit It u nollootlmt itutlon, nntler
Hootlon '.n, must in' ooinmontiuil bofnm tho Ishu-
huou of huuIi Cortlllonto ol ImfrovomcntSi
liatril tlllHlWtll ilny of .1mm. 101)11,
21 ■>■ A. MAItVKV.
Heating Stoves!
We have the |
HEATING  §
STOVE     x\
You are |
looking for |
J. D. McBRIDEf
Cranbrook, B.C.
HARDWARE S
ft Been here since 189S—Liable to stay longer ft
ft*:* 9. ftxft * :4v*-ft:<fttft*:1^y(ft^.ft *:ft »cft * ft
^Hr^pl»iWl»l»W»W«W"«W«Mi'»li)«fiM^
■I
I
ne Loats ms
The Fashionable coat is the Tourist style
in plain doth and shadow Tweed effects
LOOSE  SWAGGER  COATS
Some with pleats and buttons, others with
cloth strappings, but all our models are exclusive styles made for our trade and we are
sure they will please you.
$7.80,   $0.00,   $10.00.   $12.00,   $14.00
.    and Upwards.
I    Our Opening  Display of
I Fall   Millinery,   Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, Oct. \
4th, 5th and 6th.
1>
REID St CO.
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