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 JUN 13 1905      cZ ]
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uilr. 'if reasonable 4
THE JEWELER I
/;.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 19Q6,
Lt'»r»!>* •( L«f AN
£***♦**•>***♦»«*****•*{
S //i/ou want your Watch |
* properly repaired       •
* fate it to $
WILSON THE JEWELER f
No. 24.
Ing on the
uppek kootenay
lion Feet of Logs Enroute
j Wardner Sawmill.
»er operations in ihe [Coo-
alley have been active
te past six months.
4.' and progress of the
mluslry was one of the
features of theyeor 1904
the current year tiie In-
iromises to make a much
howlng.
Crow  Nest   Lumbei Co,
bed   logging   camps  at
ami   Wolf  creeks, also at
n Chuck,  and have cut
H nun nun feel of logs.    In
to the above they have
id from  ranchers ahoul
m foot.
eiL'ht million feel of logs
iv in  the   Kootenay  river
.   way tn the sawmills of
,iws Nest   Lumber Co. al
ir,   A boom has been eon
i near Hale's ranch where
number of logs have been
Id, mill  will be reluined
e high water is over,
ird   l.uiiiliii.   who was in
noli Tuesday, reports that
lliii.nnn was cut in his camp
milium Chuok, ami is now in
loleuuy river    They were
nisi'ii by  the ('row's Nest
lior Co.
lere are suftieie/iil reasons tn
im.' thai the mil pul of lumber
Si mi hoasl Ktiotena.\ will be
I'iimhI 1 bis year by al least
or ihal of lasl year
1st 190D ami May 1st IDlltS.
There is no doubt but that a limited aiiount of work will be done
I this year, and that m-xi year
will see ihe road completed.
Expert Iron Properties
Mr. Kolund Kirb.v will visil the
McMillan -Robinson group of iron
properties aboul the tirsi ol July
and expert them In the interest
of his company. These properties are situated on the East
Pork of Hooker creek, and all
the tests thai have yet been made
of the product reveal an excellent quality of iron. The Mon-
tauk Steel Company has made
several tests, mid are so well sat
istied with ihe.grade and percentage, ilia! they have decided lo
uake further examinations with
a   view   of    purchasing    Messrs
McMillan   and    Robinson's   in-
teresl.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Building Developments Now doing
on in Cranbrook
LOCAL NEWS.
s. M. Armstrong was holding
court al Cranbrools Friday,
Today is payday al   Ihe Si.
Rugene mine.
Moyie will celebrate Dominion
Day, ii good program has been
arranged.
The  St. Eugene mine is earn
Ing on an average nearly (80,000
a month for its owners.
.1. Laidlaw. P.L.8, returned
from a business trip to Moyie on
Thursday.
Win. Cai'lln and Roborl Little
came over from  Steele  Friday
on business.
John  Kinley,   superintendent
of Ihe Sullivan mine was in town
Thursday ou business.
There was a small tire at
Staples mill last Monday, it was
extinguished with hut little damage.
offices show unexpected good
form in their coming games the
contest for the silver medals will
centre in the O.P.R Shops and
Fire Brigade, with however, a
possibility of either teams tin
ishitig in tirsi plane; ihis how
ever is hardly likely in view of
the consistent work to date of
the Town Team. The line up of
the teams was as follows:
Fire Brigade: Coal, Johnstone; Backs, Grimmond, Ait-
ridge: Half Backs. Greer, Stark.
Bennett: Forwards: Nicholson,
Brum well j Harrington, Graham,
Staples
C.P.li.   Offices Coal,   Kolsell.
.Backs,     Pntton.     Home;    Half
I Backs. Wilson.   Uyckman,   Met
1 eer:  Forwards,   Elwell,   Bailey
! Walsh. Gallon. Kelly.
MARCONI  WIRELESS
AT CRANBROOK
An Interesting Leoture on Wireless Telegraphy by 6. H. Robinson — Messages Flashed
Aoross Wentworth Hall.
BIG FIRE AT FERNIE
John   Broiiiinei-   has resigned
his position with the Cranbrook
Electric Light Co. He will go
to the const in a few days.
At the Traps.
SWKKI'BTAKKK    Tllllll   IttltlW.
'In-1 Iratibrook Bod  and  I Inn
li  held   11 practice shoot on
Inesday evening   The follow-
scores were made:
bon    iwikjo 11100011000 noooo it
1       mono uioociotoi oiuoootoo w
1        1.ui.. icuui nun oooio nun.     .   11
tlniii      Hull 1010001001 <omhi 111111 I'.1
iouoio00001 mi.iiloom 1 mm   .    . 10
I
Hill        In .)
"
10 new shooting grounds are
h approvnd of by nil taking
■t in the sport. The next
nlur sliiiul will lake place
[ lll'terniMili.
Jap3 Celebration
.lames Greer, sold his
Collage which is situated across
the creek to R. Clark.
"Hutch" sold the Con.    Lellel
pre emptiou,  820 acres to F. A.
I'vatt. of Hampton Court, Surrey
England
James Greer Is now engaged
in building a new warehouse for
Fink Bros.
I). .1. Johnson has a contract
in build n small collago for A.
Bale.
.lames Greor has just com-
pleted a new,residence I'm- Barney Leigh.
James Greer has secured a
contriiei in build a cottage for
A. B. Grace,
A large aiuiiiini of Calgary
sandstone has been received ut
Cranbrook thai will In- used for
the construction ol' the Canadian
Bank of Commerce building)
in
'he   Japanese    residents    of
libi-nok, mi Monday colohrut-
1 he greal naval   victory of
niiral  Togo.    A   limit   re pre
nine  iiu-  Admiral's  flagship
Scasii was  drawn through Ihe
neiple  strnots,   a   lull length
■trail  nt' Admiral Togo was
fin",   against   the   foremast,
P>n the government  offices on
Inbrook avenue was reached.
procession was stopped, and
•i-iil Japs indulged In speech
iting, while the balance cried
|)'/,iu,    After  tiie   parade  the
s spent   Ihe  balance  of the
in having a good  time,   and
Ttnining their friends.
Kootenay  Central Railway
[William Whyte. ol Winnipeg,
pond vice-president of the C.
. U. in an interview at Nelson
eUnesila.v said: "The Koo-
nay Central will be begun this
■in-. I cannot say how soon it
ill be finished, Thai will de-
•ml mi circumstances, chiefly
1 Ihe rule ill which the country
rough which ihe line is to run,
developed and peopled. The
instruction  will   begin  at the
illliei-n  end.     Yes,    from   Gol-
.'11.
Iii connection with the above,
is learned from private source,
nit 1160,000 will be spent in
instruction work between Aug.
At The Sullivan
Operations at the Sullivan
mine was resumed this week,
when the working force was Increased lo thirty men.
The new compressor, and
boilers have been installed, and
twelve drills arc in operation,
Daily shipments of about 125 tons
are made In ihe smelter at
Marysville.
Captured a Sneak Thief
Constable Baron, nu Tuesday,
iirresled 11 sneitii thief for stealing a roll of blankets at Wardner, Upon investigation it was
found that he had stolen a quantity of clothing from Hill & Co,
at some time during lust week.
He was up before S. M. Arm
strong on Wednesday, and upon
being found guilty was sentenced
tn four months hard labor,
Commenced Grading
(! railing commenced Mondti)
on ihe Spokane Inlerualiotiii
railway.
Breckenridge & Liiml have secured the contract for grading
thai portion of the line north of
the International Boundary, mm
have some sixty men at work,
Operations were commenced at
a point two 'nil one half miles
west of Vahk station,
In order to secure a weekly
change nf advertisements, all
copy must be in by Thursday
noon of each week,
Frank VanDeoar came in on
Friday's train   from  the  east,
lie  will   remain   with   us   11 few
days.
II. II. Miniroe drove over to
the Mission mi Monday afternoon. He expressed himself as
well pleased with the scenery
and surrounding country.
'Pile many friends of L, B
VanDecar,  who has been ill for
I the    post  week,   will   be   pleased
to learn that  he is improving,
land will be nut in n few days.
The splendid ruins which prevailed in this vicinity I'm- the
past two weeks, has helped the
farmers to a great extent. The
crops are i.ll looking well.
We are in hotter position than
ever lo turn out your jewelry
and watch repairs promptly. All
work guaranteed to give satisfaction—Win. F. Tate & Son.
Loss of $25,000   Insurance Only
Renewed Yesterday.
The sash and door factory of
tho Fernie Manufacturing company was totally destroyed by
tiie on Wednesday night at 11
o'clock. It was built two years
ago by a compauy composed of
Pernio citizens. That company
did business for one year and
then assigned. It was then
bought by the Union Bank of
Mc.Leod. for debl and since that
j has lain idle. It was in good
condition and fitted with splendid machinery.
The lire started outside and its
origin is unknown. The insurance was for (18,000 and was
only renewed yesterday morning
by the Phoenix company of London for *WM hi, and by ihe Ixm-
don Liverpool Globe company
for (5000. The loss was in the
neighborhood of (25,000.
Silver-lead Quotntiona.
New York, .Iiino II:
Bar Silver	
Load	
Copper      15.00
Spelter       6.80
London, June 9, silver. -m ix-iud:
topper ott 17s 6d; lead, til' 18a ud;
peltur, t-.'i l-s Hd.
If     your     eyes      ache,       or
prim   becomes indistincl  when
reading we can give you relief -
Wm. F. Tate A Son, Graduate
Opticitius,
The merchants of Cranbrook
have agreed   to close their busi
ness  houses  and stores on July
1st.   They will  all attend Ihe
celebration al Moyleon that date,
Dr. Hugh Watl was at Cranbrook on professional business
on Wednesday, The Doctor was
much pleased with Mr. While's
interview, as reported in ihe
Daily Nelson News, and returned
I to Steele Thursday wearing a
broad-gauge   Kootenay   Central
smile.
Hill ,t t'o's grand sale still
continues and the crowds of
eager bargain seekers are more
than satisfied Willi Ihe reduction
of prices. Sal unlay will he a
record day as they purpose selling a big lot of Ladies and
Children's high class shoos and
slippers at loss tliiin one half
price. The store will he closed
on Thursday until one o'clock
P. M.
Football at Cranbrook
Through the untiring efforts
of John Hutchison, • '■Hutch", the
people of Cranbrook have been
enabled to witness two very interesting demonstrations on
wireless telegraphy, and to hear
a lecture which was worthy of
travelling many miles to hear.
Mr.   Hutchison    stated    that
some months ago his attention
was oalledjto the methods which
Munroe * Munroe of New York
were  pursuing to  educate   the
west on the subject of wireless
telegraphy, and he wrote them
stating that he   was   sure   the
people    of    Cranbrook    would
appreciate very much if ariange-
meats could be made whereby a
small allotment of stock could
be  placed  aside for  them here
and  a  couple  of lectures  given
such as the Miinroos were giving
in  large cities.     A reply letter
came to him  stating  that   Cranbrook   was too small a town to
visit,   but   this did   not   satisfy
"Hutch" he persisted iu his endeavors and a low weeks ago he
joined Mr. G, H. Munroe on the
prairies  and  after some discussion Mr. Munroe was persuaded
to  visit    Cranbrook,    and   on
Wednesday      morning's    train
Mr.   H.    G.    Munroe    arrived
accompanied by Mr. H. G.   Rob-
iuson and iwo Marconi Engineers
with two sets of Marconi instruments, such as are in daily  use
on all ocean steamships     These
were placed al each  end  of  the
Wentworth  Hall  and  messages
Hashed through tho air from one
instrument   to the   other,  and
58j j many names of our town people
4.50 I were sent and received  on the
tape and carried home as souvenirs.    The lecture was opened
by Mr. Hutchison giving a few
remarks and   introducing   Mr.
G. H.   Monroe  who  replied   by
stating he was much pleased at
having tho opportunity of meeting the people of Cranbrook in
their own town,  and  also of being the one lo introduce to them
the must wonderful Invention of
the ago, Marconi Wireless telegraphy,    Mr. Munroe is a young
one iu Cranbrook who were not
able to avail themselves of the
opportunity of hearing Mr. Robinson's lecture which may never
be placed before them again.
We are sure that we are expressing the voice of the people
of Cranbrook in thanking Mr.
John Hutchison Messrs Mun.ro*
and Munroe in this wonderful
opportunity.
Mr. Munroe and his party left
on Friday's train for Nelson.
Conditions that will Improve
The lowering of freight and
treutmetit charges on silver lead
ores, an advance in price of silver, lead and copper; the Marysville smelter in constant operation, and the reduction of transportation charges ou lumber,
will prove strong factors in the
development of Southeast Kootenay in lOOi) and 1906.
AMONG the MINES
A Banner Tear for  Silver-Lead
Mining   St Eugene Ships.
Market Conditions.
In London the copper  market
was lower, at New York the sit -
nation is unchanged.
Lead  was  higher in London.
but unchanged in New York,
Speller unchanged in  London
but    continued    weak    in   N^v j,,,',, aiwut !!()  V01il,s of .lJ{(>,   and
  although a Canadian born, is a
The Month's Output. typioal  American   having lived
,,,,        ,     ,    , .,     .,,    v, , in™ New   York  city   for the past
The output of the St,  Eugene • ■
mine for tho   month of May was I
8,500 tons of concentrates. This'
seven years where  ho has made
ii    wonderful    record    having
.  ., , ,        .       ..    .,   1 financed some large and impor-
is the second largest run tor the ,    , ■
1 tant deals.
Mr. H. ft,  Robinson  gave the
lecture and explained the  work-
mill, coining close to March, I
when the record run of 8,700
tons was made.    Moyie Leader.
Official Statistics
The following records have
boon made nl the government
office Cranbrook since Jan. 1st,
1005 mid up lo • I line 1st,
\..« Locations      -'»
tVriiiiciiii"* of Improvement!!      -'»
Cerlilii-iili'M of Work      33
Free Miner'* Cer).rttoates  268
Fire   Brigade    I.       C, P. R
Offices 1.
The above tenuis played to a
good crowd of spectators on
Tuesday night, The play was
rather one sided during the tirsi
half when the Brigade succeeded
in piling up 11 score of lour goals.
The second half however
showed belter play, the offices
jscoring once and preventing
their opponents from scoring 11
goal. The Brigade now move
kilo second place uud  unless the
Mining Notes
From Windermere comes favor
able reports of mineral develop
mollis. A large amount of rich
ore is now being sent down Ihe
river by steamboats to Golden,
The Perry Creek Hydraulic
Mining Co.. is pushing  work as
rapidly  us  possible.    The com ^	
pany have two six inch giants iniion Government which wei
operation, and are working two
shifts,    and   a   largo amount of
gravel is being moved.
In East Kootenay district
there are two or three companies
installing plants to work, by
mechanical means, placer ground
in  the   Immediate vicinity  of
iug of the instruments, which
were a revelation to Cranbrook.
Mr. Robinson stated that the
Marconi Station at Glace Bay
would shortly lie opened for
commercial messages between
Canada and the mother country
and Ihal within the past mouth
the Canadian Company had built
some 111 st a I ions for the Domin-
  under an annual subsidy and had
just received orders for lour more
which were to be completed by
September, and that stations
were to be erected through to
the Pacific Const. The comparison of the cost  of wireless as
It seems quite natural that the
placer fields of Southeast Kootenay should again revive the
spirits of enterprising miners
and capitalists.
Nineteen hundred and four has
I certainly been a banner year for
silver-lead mining, as well as the
coal and coke industry of Southeast Kootenay.
The big hydraulic companies
operating on Wild Horse creek
are in active operation and large
quantities of gravel is being
moved.
There is an ever increasing demand for more smelWr capacity
in Southeast Kootenay, and this
demand will continue, for the
reason that thousands of men
are engaged in mining and developing what is destined to be
one of the greatest ore producing
sections ot British Columbia.
It is safe to say that, two of
the greatest silver lead mines of
the world are tributary to the
town of Cranbrook.
In Southeast Kootenay coal
mining has greatly increased
and now has reached a placo
that should make the Crow's
Nest collieries a million ton
shipper this year.
The oil industry and the development of oil ground in the
Flathead valley is receiving considerable attention. The oil
found is of the ttnest quality, it
has puratinc base and is a good
lubricating oil.
In the copper camps of the
St. Mury's river important improvements and developments
are being planned, which will insure a large production of the
red metal In anticipation of the
ore being bundled by the Marys
ville smelter.
The Marysville Smelter
The Marysville smelter is In
active operation, about 60 to 70
tons of ore is being treated, and
about 100 tons roasted daily. The
daily product of the smelter is
about too pounds of bullion, containing silver, lead and gold.
Ill    me     iiiniieui.ie.    ..>.....,.     ~-|180n   IM    ,,„„   ,:1)M   „,   wuomoono
ir round formerly   worked  bv in -1       .    ,     ,,        . , ,
gioiiiici 101 nu   i.i , against cable or telegraphy were
dividual miners,   in tnis aistrtct   ° .,.       wo.
 'certainly astonishing, Mr. Rob
bison was asked  where he ob
the effect of the "load bounty"
has boon most beneficial, and
may bo said lo be directly responsible lor the production of
"1 000,000 pounds of lend and
finn miii ounces of silver, which
could not have been produced
without it. and the product of
1905 promises to be ut least 50%
greater.
tainod these figures and he produced the statement issued by
different conipanys showing tho
figures mentioned where facts.
The lecture in detail was too
lengthy to give in this issue, but
we are exceedingly sorry tor any
Windermere Mines
Manager R. R. Bruce of the
Paradise mine has started work
upon the No 4 tunnel of; the
Paradise mine.
Additional men have been put
to work upon the Delphine, All
the ore brought down to the
waggon road last winter is now
being shipped by steamer toGol-
den thence by rail to the smelter.
It is reported that the Ptarmigan mine Is to resume operation in the near future.
o. 29.
noNiws
I Aft-Ottt-
in United
pto'.Comptto.
CTb* coming
if Duke Karl
Joburg   and
the occasion
ities in the
Duke, who ia
rman sorer-
Hilar among
1 celebration
quite unuau-
I on such oc-
I
July 15.—
ncies in the
j first half of
umbers ,and
tint of de-
Numeri-
ely any al-
on with the
correspond-
at year, but
decrease ap-
liabllities-of
lidered.
■An interna-
1 to the Ger-
atta which
through the
!e American
ulchay and
1 Americana
idy training
fere from the
fe high hopes
jod showing
tnan scullers
succeed in
under the
titles.
15.—Every
for the
antes' Build-
fifth annual
iition. The
unction with
tion of the
lof Electri-
be held here
Jcupy 83,000
a- space and
ige of devices
tg to electric-
i of working
'is far in ex-
Ier before as-
roof, includ-
bitlon of pri-
tallations and
triclty. Tho
rernment ex-
! entire outfit
Ing and tele-
ly war relics
Outhern Brit-
By impressed
r respondents,
riles de Con-
nember of the
■kis interven-
& dispute be-
jNorway.
government
captured an
found flah<
Ie three-mile
1, an explo-
the Khondba
led in the low
sraneh of the
Moved hyMcConneli;second-|trionas  oeninti  who wish mm j Rev. J. P. Westmam
■mrt I
The party of Washington, D.C.,
PROGRESS" AT 8T. EUQENK
*
m
fa the Cariboo
k Mining Co.,
Battel,
■ooiety etthe .
THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B C, jTXE 1". 1905
COOKED   HAM^JEL*?1*
Specially Prepared
A. B. Grace,
PI ;;: tSBER   ami   k irr -
industrial   center  of Southeast|^jjgggggg;
Kootenay
a   a   a
There are plenty of men who u(<
are victims oi mi>placed cmiti }$
denoe   in themseh es
j CRANBROOK
^ HOTEL
*^
for Family Trade    (the Itawcctor
."shipiie-i express fres
•reek.
Kept coo) in oar rel   -  I
Sliced thin and in any quantity
SATURDAY,      S     10. I • •'•
THK a, and most pros
ivrii.i^  town    in   .'south-
There is no question but what
• - vear is going to be a great
year in the industrial development of Cranbrook. It would
not K' surprising if the Cranbrook riding nearly doubled its
wealth ami population this year.
•   •   •
It looks un the  Russian  fleet :Mt
?;Guests Uomlort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connect
Always Ready
east   Kootenay   is   Cranbrook,
which ha- a |>opnlation of nearly
:' ' . during the summer months
thi> i> increased by ;, floating wasguilty of committing suicide, ffe
population of not less than one
tho isand .■   sp Mors and minors
Cranbrook  is the  town ol   the
Nearest to railroad depot.    lhis accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled  in
i Iran brook.
district where tie Dominion and
Always iaieiioiou!> m .iH.;iJeii   Tbe mosl Mntral
The Japanese are undoubtedly Hra
carrying everything before them, !—
and Japan is now the admiration
Of the World
Hot   >ni Colli Baths
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Proprietor]
G. T. ROGERS.
Cranbrook, B. C.
and nirst accessible point to and
from all mines Cranbrook is
the distributing center and the
source of supplies for the district, it is the banking, commer-
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES  and  CROCKERY, cial,    Inmbering   and   railway
center,  and  the County   Court
holds its sitting at Cranbrook.
•  •  •
The people of Cranbrook px
». tend    an    invitation    to    Ihe
;rO traveling publii-io visit the town
and district. A* a s unmer resort the districl is without a
rival and cannot bo surpassed.
It is a sportsman's paradise.
Game, large and small are
abundant, and the mountain
streams are  well  slocked   with
trout.
...
A
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WE CAN INTEREST YOU IN
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YOUR   WANTS
ancy boons
•••
•','■
OUR   AIM
Hammocks!    Hammocksll
'I'ak.- oar Hi ■ • ' these ' w :'■■• tahli
.v Useful articles. Warmanealhd -a.-
for them. Otn i*Ua-k includes eren
desirable style, shade ,,i ■■ rotor, ail
fa.»t dyes.    Splendid Hammocks, .it loa
We have everything in the way of
Dolls. Books, Toys, Leather Goods,
Dressing Cases. Pictures and Toilet
Articles.
Dispensing Our Specialty-
C. E. REID & CO..
#
\'A/i     Cranbrook has been very busy
NM-'   ail spring with its building boom
in the business pari of the town.
~.„  and    the    residents    are    now
awakening tn the importance of
getting the  residential  portion
in  shape.     A  large  number of
handsome homes are under construction,  and  many  more will
,  be   erected   before   the   snnw
W    (lie,.
...
.\  greal deal of attention is
now being directed  in this district through the ore production,
ami development of such   mines
...''   as ihe st. Eugene,  tforth  Sim-.
ftfi/1  Sullivan Group and others,  and
The Drug-gists. |? *££ :Z tZZn
CRANBROOK,    B. C. M <"«*■   «r»<>   Horse   and    Bull
/l.wyj.     river, mill there is ii wule spread
demand for accurate ami authentic  information      We  learn   of
many people of means who in-
"VMT'li f-al *-»w *11 <» tend coming here this year tt it li
Number of parcels are being
daily imported Into town from
the east, '1'" build up Cranbrook
you musi protect home indus
tries by purchasing your goods
from tin' home merchant.
...
The advantage of geographi
cal position is possessed i»\
Southeast Kootpnay in competing  tin-  ihe  trade of Manitoba
H.!"h^r^"S 20 Pair Mens Tan & Chocola'
and regrets in reviewing i li<-
pasl ye ir, and the outlook for
the present season is jusl as
good, .mil iln-i-e i.c im reason lo
fear thai Kootenuy luinberuion
will shnl down any of their saw
mills this summer for luck of n
market.
15 Pair of Mens America
Boots
Regular Prices From $5.00
to $6.50   To Clear at $3.75.
Bals and Congress. Regular
Prices $3.00 to $5.00. Sale
Price $2.00.
Reid & Co
^Phone  74,
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury.
::,,:,'::i,'::„;,il',,;:;n;';,,,mi:;::;; :!:****♦*******♦:♦♦**********
raoge the whole system when unturlnu   j_ nil"     inn mr     ,,/,, ,
i:^^z*c:^4^ t   _ wt nsure you
preacrimlona from reputable nhyalelHiia  9 "'WUIIL)    LiiiM —«■"
as the daniace they will do la  ten   fold   *
tteT^&JrVt^^ f  ..Against an)   Accident and any kind of,
uhictm-ed   In   r.   I.   Cheney  &   ■ .. . *  SickltC>>  absolutely   l)<>  restrict Mill**   £F1 V1I1& 1
Inledo. <)., eontaina no mereurv. unci In jfc ... .  ' .
taken internally, acting clh t'l;   ii|ioii T   J'OU   "MO  a   WCCK   III   Case  01   Cither   lor I
the blood and mueoiia surfa  ol the * i
ayattim.      In   buying   Hull's  Catarrh A
i lire li.--iu-.-yoM l;.-i tho genuine,     li I
i^ taken Internally and mode in Toledo, *
i iliie.   be   K.   .1.   C'hcnuj & i ...    T.-ii- A
moniali, fi  JjJ
Sulil lie Dmggiats, 7*>c per bottle, y
Take  Hull'-  Knmllj   Pills   for  con- #  The-
stlpation. A
$20 a year j
Payable on Terms to Suit You        :
«€
• Ctiiiddidii Gdsuitu Go.
Professional.      *
 *      T
HARVEY & McCARTER       * ,
*
T Tf">
i
Of Toronto  4
i
T   1
lUvii \
LIQUORS
AND
a view to investment, und ii is
T C1 A T) O in'be interest of. the country at
I t A r\ >i ii"'-"' ,liat ""'>' should be
1 VJ ill , KJ supplied with sttch data us can
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Caljjarv Beer, Ale & Porter
T. REBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
^
•^;-
HOSE ,
U'K HAVE IT
3 ply     4 ply    5 ply
IX DIFFERENT QUALITIES
Sprinklers.   Couplings   and   Nozzles      2
Patmore Bros. |
m
I P. Burns & Co. I
be supplied by the Provincial
Government   and local govern-
mem nfticiiils, iilso by the leading mine owners in the district.
.  •  •
The   lumbermen   of    British
Columbia   lire   agitating  for   u
duly    ol Ifc! till   per    ll silllil on
rough lumber, and HO cents nor
thousand on shiuglos, li is u
mutter of regrol Ihnl ciui'tain in-
llueiitiiil papers in Munilobn unci
i he Mori li Wosi are still main
taining a vigorous opposition to
the proposed tariff,
' * *
I here   ure   persons  iii  every
community who ure ready for
the ueiurious work of sowin" the
seeds of discontent uniong the
'musses and stirring them to
jealousy, envy und hatred, passions which never gave comfort-
bui act ii- tormentors to the
breast that harbors them within. Such ure the force.-, ihal are
ever battling iijriiinsi domestic
peace.
BARRISTERS AMD SOLICITORS
C'KANBItOOK,    -    H.c
W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
1 U   1  V
t "HUTCH"
% General Agent for |
x Cranbrook, B.C. Hast Kootenay'
**************;******<K****
Granlirook
IM GLINE
#) |-H-i-H-H-j-{-;^-H-i-W-H-ri
lUltltlSTKK, UOLIOITOI
and NOTAIIY  ITlil.lc.
Cranbrook, B ('.
6. H. Thompson
 ' ^--ll'r     1 TISDflLE'S
\
ol iiir,,1,1 Manuolia ll i sin
an no,, i,i> round in Ihu
Watts' r.rii.n
C. H. DUNBAR
L
n:\c; \ f
5 +
J   l-'li-l ( Le- W„rk in all In-an.-U, -   l\    |Cf Cl'ficllll ,111(1  Stilt Dl'illtS
I "I   If
U^i   I1.MIHISTKI1 ,v soi.icrroii, I V  >
T^t   M IT !KV I'llll.lc B f    .1
i ronsorlal Art i .\
6S6969SSS969«i9Ci9««69SSS9s|; i
ll.-aili|iiiuii.|> In
I i;i:.s|| i i;i i is
\i i's and i IIOICI
i ii.\ii-:( riii.s'Kiiv
Alan Tobacco, Plpoi
unci Oleara
OPFIJCE   l.EASK    IIUI1.DINC
I i-aiiliriinli.  Ill .
T II DM AS    Me V I TTI |.;
Fort Steele B.C.
Baker St.    Cranhronk
*     QUESTION      » •M-hH-f-H-H-.'-H-H-I-H-.'-H
To-go or Not to (Jo?      The Illinois Central
ZZL Head Office.
^ Calgary. Alberta.
Cnililniiok.  B.C
^5     Placing your  tirsi advertise-
Main offic- for East Kootenay, z|  rjt is like laying the founda-
^ lioll to II  building—   il  is the   he-
3 ginning  of what may terminate
~» in ii greal enlerpri.se.
Wholesale Uticl  l-^ctttil is      Every now industry formed is
zz good for the districl und lends to
Meat Merchants s      ^   >
^J secure property.
Abattoir unci Cold Storaj,'n3     Prom a business polut of view,
it Calgary. Alberta.    ^ with mines springing into exis-
-2   U'liee oil nil sides, (Jrallhrciok   i.s
fc Dealers in
H    Live Stock
DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Physician »<"' Surgeon
oil'li-i. AKMSTKONU  AVB.
Ilnri.'s:   li In II a.m.   .' u, ll |j,nii
T 1(1 S p.HI.
I'llllllc Office 10",      liciil o lllll
■••••- ■•..••••.••■••"•"•■^•.^••..•««.....»..»..».,»..»..f„^.
P.  E.  KliNO
»:   DENTIST
i »i■ ii<•!■; Horns:   1) to 12 a.m
i in <■ |i in.
7 loS|i.m,
oi-i'ii'i; aiul Kksiiu \,-i;
Armstrong Ave    Cranbrook
• Prest Photo 60. ™s:,:
*     ANSWER     ♦
.MnlnliiliiB unexcelled  service d
To Go at Once For My Itho w-0*t*°th0DB*"-and south. Maid
limninai.    !>;,.<.....   4        '     '''""' Mll.-i-t 1..M-.    with    Iraill-   i'f
SllininCl   Picture  to      |iraii8Bonth,enUillinea. paaaencrer. •
Iflven their choice nf routcia tn i 'hk*
la unci NV«- lll-li'll
,  tnU tn iln- fari*
l'r,i-|ii-,-tiv,- Iravoloi-s tleslrlnj! i"1'
iniiiinii lis iii Ihe le-.c-.i 1,11,... ami I"'
ronton are Im lied  in em i-eniiomlcii1
«Hh tho rollnwlnjt rapi-OHenmtlveH,
l;  IL Ti:i-iihi:ij4, Comtni rcial A)-"'
HS.ThlMl St.. I'lii-llanl. Orcirii
'I. I'.   l.l\|iS|-1 . V.  |.\ A   I'   l,
li:.'Third si . Porllii-il. "|,|,;"
!'•   II. 'rilli.MesnN.  \\  ,\   |>    ',,  lllinM
I'.iliiiiin nidu-,, Seiiltlc, t\'n>li.
Studio.
CIRCULAR
FOR RAW FURS
To mcmiuan fur & wool co.
"-.!«.    MINN
X^.cy2X
Three & Four Year Course
M&rShi
. ui Mining, Chemical tW
aiivi uiir.r,
KXM
1   .M,.ii.,i,i,.,inuil i-: I™1
Bnxinwrlnn,
IN
yQjjpf
'   Mlnrrnlajry nncl Uc il" 1
Uloliify .in.l Public ll'-'"1'.
Allilu „
The Secrelaiy,
Uiitrn'*
Bcbcwl ui Mlninl
THE PROiCIOTOR
Onlv.r.li/
Kiwfsloic Ml Tin-; PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C, JTTNJS 10, 190?,.
rON'T   FORGET
"Coiooolitan lie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
inuuiHHHumunnuumuuunuumuuumumumnu.
ROYAL
HOTEL   *
THE! OLD REUABLE XEVKi; CHANGED HANDS
Van   always   on   hand   to
relcome guests.
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
For
Soft,
White,
Fragrant
Shin,
Use
BABY'S
OWN   SOAP
N'o  other   S)i:»   1«   Jut   •*   fDQd.    031
.V3EHT TOILET SO P CO.Mtn. MOHTRUl.
TUB MASTER MBCMA' ".* "'' rutKUH
i, ■ hi -uhI soften* ti»- -km. v i.iv (iramnoj pininMiu* n
,f irrfvn1. "ii '''"'. ■'     i ' '"'■ in"-: 'tif*.
i.i.n,-,. q/aivum, Pr#»tani|ii . rw ipi of Bo iu*
|...,i«g*.«)AUK-ri iuiiva NMu iu., utn, ItaiitftsU. ■>
®ijc ^ro0pector.
SATURDAY, JUNK lu. 1908
p, «. « 4>> > o > « ♦ ♦ ♦    ♦ o ♦ ♦ :♦.«• ♦ .♦'.♦'♦'♦ » ♦
■6. H. SHORT & CO.!
ARM8TRON0  AVENUE
Newest (lesions in
D
LOCAL NEWS.
I)    R,   Whitehead,   Toronto,
I wns iu the oily Wednesday,
See tho new MoOltvry ranges
I ui Patmore Bros,
James Gill drove over to Steele
cm Sunday Inst.
Leave your orders for fresh
I fruils of all kinds ill Tisdale's.
Frank   DeKusier,   of   .1 affray.
j wns in town Monday.
W. h\ Tate,   wns ui   Wiinlner
11his week on business,
For n good shave or hair oul
io in ('linn's barber shop,
aoers
Next week new potatoes ut
Kink Bros,
A large amount of develop
ment work is now going on in
the vicinity of St. Mary's Luke
Corsets regular prices !>1 to
$1.1*1 price 7." cents al Reid
& Co.
(Iver im i Different Patterns to Select Fron
♦
Painting, Decorating |
and Sign Work   *
Constable Morris went to
Kiraberley unil Marysville Tuesday mi oftloial business.
.0, BOX :;:'.
PHONE 111
« ♦..> '4 o> <,> o ♦ o ♦   ♦•.«:♦.♦.♦.♦:♦:♦.♦;♦'♦:♦ ♦
Constable Munis returned
from Marysville Wednesday. He
brought home a beautiful specimen of silver-lead bullion from
the smelter.
.1. Desmond, of Raslo, was in
the city this week. Mr. Dos
nioiid is in the hotel business and
is looking over Southeast Koote
nay with a view of getting into
business here, he was much impressed with Cranbrook as a
business center.
The Illinois Central
Maintain* uuexeellod service  trow
ihe wesi to the earn and south. Making
I..-,-  I'linni'i'iiuns with   train*   of  all
rauMi-iiiuiiu-nial Unci.,  pnatengSM arc
(riven their otaoloa »f routea to < Ibicago,
Louisville, Memphtiaad New Orleans,
mill tttrou(fh i lies.. |K)lnts tn the fareaat
Proapeotlvo travoleri desiring information as to the luwesl rates  anil   beat
routes are Invited n> aotTSspondanoe
with the following ri-|irt'seiilativi-s.
B, H. Trumbull,Oommorolal Agent
142 Third St.. Portland, Oregon.
.1. C, 1.1NUSKY. T.K. & I'.A.
142Third St.. Portland, Oregon.
P.B.Thompson, P.&P.A., Room
I, Cohuan Bldg., Seattle. Wash.
-M-I-H-M-I-M-l-M-M-M-M-i-l-
FRESH FRUIT
l-'ltKSII VE0ETABLE8
**♦
Choice Confectionery
*!"Hazel\vocid Ice Cream"
J   Hugh Stewart f
Phone 75    ftrmstronrj, Ave +
H-l-H-H-l-M-l-l-l-I-M-M-l-l-!-'
Sunshine
Furnace
Water-pan
Dry air is li^ht it lifts and
carries dust. Dry air cracks J'OUl
furniture, gives you a hendncho,
shrivels your skin, parches your
lungs.
The water-pan in most furnaces is n pleasantly. It has
no serious business In the work ol ihe furnace- it is merely
placed there for effect, because a water-pan is a good thing-.
And a water-pan i-. an absolute necessity to your health
and comfort, but ii iiui-i be properly placed to radiate
moisture evenly and uniformly throughoul the house.
The water-pan of the Sunslilno FurnaiS is the most
scientifically arranged water-pun iii any luni.uv in (he world.
:•.
It does the work a '.vater-pan should, and does it well
McCIaiys
UNMS. TOKOSTO MONT»:il.\,lli,-;iptr|. V1SC0UV:B, CT JOHN. N I    ffSSSjfl
SIMPLE
STRONG
»»•»**♦»*♦#♦■•■-'.■*«♦«*■«-*■*****
L. COHN
I
I Tailor % Importer of I
Fine Woolens.      *
FORT STEELE
BREWING CO., LTD, i
FERIMIE, B.C.
MANDPA0T1JRER8 and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK
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
si P. O. 1
'<l     TELEPHONE NO. I
, BOX 812
I
Fort   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
'♦:« $k <> \'4. o :♦' v$teyt :♦'• ♦ :¥' * '♦'♦:'4:\
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under  INew  Management
i        Winn
*    pi;ui-   lu
'•   Manitoba
11    i     . i      ,- ;«       When \ nu want a uood
l li;i'li|ii;iitcis ii if mining   ».'•                 -
  i   i,i ,. -i-   plact'  io stow culm- to tlic
turn and nlil llllic-is. •"     '                          '
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
K. ElWGll; of the linn Of Beale
,v Elwell, was nt Spokane this
week mi business,
Col. unit Mrs. Henderson of
Fori Steele wore guests at the
residence of Mr. uml Mrs. E.
Elwell on Monday.
Every pleasant afternoon, witnesses u small congregation of
golf players on tho prairie near
town.
The Kootenay river Is rapidly
rising, cm Monday it was ten and
a" hull' [eel abovo low water
mark.
A. W. Mi-Vittie, P L, S., left
cm Tuesday to survey several
mining claims in the Kitchener
district.
The weather throughout
Southeast Kootenay is delightful
We ure enjoying splendid wiirin
days unil cool nights.
Farming is improving in the
Oranbrook district. Large number   of    [mil    lives    linve   been
planted,
David Wilson of Nelson super
inteniieiii of schools was holding
ii high school   examination   at
Criinbrnnk on I'Yuliiy.
Curl Sinilh of Fori Steele has
accepted the position of electrician ni i lie Cranbrook Electric
Light Company.
E. .1. Clayton of Marysville,
who has been visiting in West
Kootenay during the pust week
returned to Marysville  Friday.
F. .1. Deane, edit or unci prop-
prietor of the Nelson Daily News
was in town Friday, Mr. Deane
called at The Piiospgctoh otttce
and had n lengthy chat with the
Prohpectoh editor.   *
m Cranbrook, B.C.  Armiitronif Ave Hi
* *
SHORT LINE
BlTWltN
VPAUL-CHICAGO
.OMAHA-CHICAGO
b^"
MX'
Your iiueiition is called to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains of the ''Milwaukee & St Paul Hallway." "The only
perfect brains in the world."
You will line! it desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any ]>oint in
tho Eastern Suites or Canada. They
lOnneol with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Agents sell
tickets.
For further Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket, Agent or
It. I„ FORD,     ,   H. S, KOWE,
1'a-s. Agent, (leneral Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
BY   USING
JAMES GREER
CONTKACTOK
und BUILDER.
ESTIMATES 1-rilN'ISIIKl) UN ,\l,l, WORK
JOBBING  I'KOMl'l'l.Y KXKItTTKD.
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME AND SHINGLES FOR SALE.
Telephone 88,
NOTICE.
S..IIH   Mini is WAII tiAWII cibaht Aof.
riKAS'l'Sol i.in.i mndu lo VolciiiioorB. thptr
(i   -,,i,.. ..I irwini". ii"'1"- uiiiliorl vol nils
\,l     in-  -.illiii'i'l   Iii   III'- riiliilltli'M   ll'Ul   suull
|.,.l I linvi' I II M'l.-rll-il I'V Un-   H-H1IW0S
,,', ,,i n,.t..ii- lliu lli-l ilttV "I July. 10*, Nulluo
i. iii.-r.-inii- Ihti'Iii yiirli linn ajiplloatloas
ii'.i mii-Ii lim.l. miiM in-Mli-il nt " Hon'i-nrai'iii
omeobyiual-laiu.    |(  ,,,,.,iKKN
I'liii-i r iniiihsli'iii'ii'l l.iinils* Worki,
I  mill., lind  Wll   IIS  |lr|i:llllll''lll.
'"'"  viclirlil. B cv. -Jitu May. HH» M
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers. Butt'ett
Library Oars, Modarn
Day Coaches.
Dining Oars,
MEALS  A   LA   CARTE.
Best Meals on Wheels
-» |.'ANT TRAINS tS
2    MAST ANU WEST I1AII.V   <C
for hill  part leu lai's,  rates,   folders
etc., cull on or address.
8.n, VllKKKS,ci.W.l',A.,
Soitlle, Wash.
U. DHANDT, C.P. * T.A., Sjioltaue.
SILENT ft,;fisto)a(attSPEEW
Purchase   Price   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold &'Roberts
MINERAL ACT.
IKUHM  f.)
(JKHTiriOATK Ot IMIMtnVKMKNTH.
NOTICE.
Plying Cloud Mineral Claim.
Situate In Uip Fort StOolfl Mining Division
of i".;i>t Koounuy Dlstriet.
Wimrt' located! On Murk Crook one mile
troiu Kimherlfy.
Tftke-notloe that i.Thos. t. MoVlttle, l*'.M.c.
No. U73T10, agent for .1. c, Drovrry, P.M.0.
No, iiHtiiiNt. Joe. 'frolnnor, F.M.C. No. usrmo;
and .1. v, Armstrong official ndmlnlitrntof for
Kellogg estate Free Miner's Oortltl
onto No. U7IH03, Intend, sixty 'Ih.vs from the
date hereof, to apply lo tho Mining Recordot
for u Corttttcate of iraprovementt, for the pur'
pose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho above
claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
section .tr. must be commenced before the iM«-
Miitv of suoh CertlAoate or ttnprorduonyi.
Dated ttltl ldtb iluy of April, \.U. l»Cf».
10 TMOS T. MoVlTTIH
NOTICE.
NOTICE In hereby given that sixty daya
after rtato 1 Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permlaalon
to imnhiise the following described uiuis
situate In Southeast Kootenay j commencing at
ihe norlhwosl corner of Lot No 89(18, Oroup X,
ihenee oast 10 ohalnt, thenco south 0) ohalna,
thence oust 00 chains, thenee north 10 chains,
thetiee west *'sii ehuins. ihenee north   10 I'tmlns
thenoo *<>st so ehiiins. thence south to chains.
IbOUOO enst 40 chains, thenee south 40 eliniiis
io place of beginning containing '*'& acres more
or lots.
Rosa M. Ltnthaoutn, Locator
Dntod this 8Ttb, day nf M»y I'.hvv N
NOTICE.
N«»T1CI0 is hereby given that sixty days
afterdate i Intend to apply lo tho Chtof com-
iiiUxioiierof Lundsand workani Victoria for
permission to purchase the foilou lag described
landa situatod in Southeast Koootenay district
Commencing at tho soutboasi cotnof of Lot
No. 840, Croup 1. Kootenuy district, thOnce west
B0 ohatns,ihenee south 80 chains, thenee east
80 chains, thOttOQ ROUth 80 oltalns, Ihenee east
SOohalns, thenee north DO chains, thenee oaM 4i)
ehiiins, ihenee north W) ehnins to place of be-
ginning containing iwt acres more or ions.
Charles i',. Linthueum.   Locator,
Dated this sttn day of May. lOOis. 88
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
(ioocl Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
SBALED TENDERS addressed to the under
sinned, and endorsed "Tenders for Post
Offloo at Vancouver. B.C.," will be received at
this offloo until Friday, June *t, lWn, IncluHlve-
ly, for the ereotlon ot a Post Onee imiidtna: at
Vancouver, n.i \. aecording to plans and
Bpoclflcatlons to be seen at the Department of
Public Works. Ottawa, Ont.. and «t the van-
eoover Armoury. Vuncouver, H.C
Tenders will not Ih> eonsidered unless.made
on the printed form supplied, and signed with
tho actual signatures ot tenderers.
An accepted ohOQUO on a ehartered bank.
payable lo the order of the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per cent
iiu p.o.) of the amount of the tender, inuM
accompany each tender. This cheque will b#-
forfeited if the party tendering .'.eeJtne the con-
tract or fail to complete the work contracted
for. und will bo returned in case of non accept
nnoo of tender.
The Department docs not hind Itself to «<•-
eept tho lowest or any lundm*.
By order.
PRBD. OELINAS
Secretary.
Department Of Public Works,
•*1 Ottawa. Msy IS, ItSfi.
FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.
N > AOBI ; WUKLY : ILLUSTsUTID.
IWISPr^SABLETO MINING MEW
91 MR YEAR POSTPAID.
HMD rOH NAHPLH COPT.
Mining—Scientific Press
IM MAMttT IT.. IAX »AHOWCO, 0AL
READ.
THE PROtPBCTOft.
J. M, DEER
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work (Juai'iinU'fd
New Work Made to Measure.
Armstrong Ave.   JM Hot„,
■•^•■^■■■■i>i >..t..t..t..t.it   tug   »..».l.«ii«l«lii»»oa»
GranbrooK
n Liveru
OEARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers fumish-J
ed  for any  point iu the dis-'
I rid.
A. DOYLE. Manager
^.■•■.■■■t"«">.l>«t'^.^'H"t"t"tl^.l>»»ll<I^HtM»..t.
•0  YIAM'
fXPCRIKNCI
Tram Marks
Ocsmns
COPTRMMTS iC.
An.oMMiiltlig ••tMrhH.4iMMT.Hla.. Ml
ruTemVin Hpn*«hlTl*ool«bS_<om«liiiii™.
ikiiii.trirllrriMiMantUl. HMMMI « Pt-ala
.,.,1 lr.«. IHilr.l imi »IMniilM''L
Puumi taken ihrnuth Mann A (n. rti^m
lytciol nulla, without ciu.,ii«, In tin
SckRliflc"
A Iwnthoniolr illnttnM* «MM:
o. 29..
ncwwB
f Aft-Oim-
• ii Ustttd
:t«;oomptu.
rh# coming
tf Duke Karl
oburg and
theoecaaton
itiea in the
>uke, who is
■man sorer-
ilar among
r celebration
hulte unoau-
I on such OC'
I
July 15.—
icies in the
first half of
umbers ,and
int of de-
i. Numeri-
cely any al-
>n with the
correspond-
at year, but
lecrease ap-
liabilities-ot
idered.
>mpete.
An iuterna-
l to the Ger-
tta   which
rough the
e American
ulchay and
Americans
iy training
re from the
high hopes
jod  showing
man scullers
t succeed in
> under the
lition.
r 15.—Every
jss for the
anics' Build-
fifth annual
iition. The
unction with
tion of the
l of Electri-
be held here
cupy 83,000
»r space and
ige of devices
ig to electric-
of working
is far in ex-
er before as-
roof, includ-
bition of pri-
allations and
;ricity.    The
eminent ex-
entire outfit
ng and tele-
ty war relics
a.
outhern Brit-
Hy impressed
r respondents,
tiles de Con-
nember of the
Ats interven-
A dispute be-
jjNorway.
; government
; captured aa
i found fish*
lie three-mile
fe
an explo-
tha Kbondtaa
in the loss
j
•ranch of the
i the Cariboo
r Mining Oo.,
Moved by MeConnell, second-1 trienas  oenitid  wno wisn mm THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, R C, JUNE 10, 1806.
/HOI
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uinnnnon r-*vu^"-r-r"-"r-~-r-"'J":-r,l*v J'XJ-.rjwve
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Imperial Ban* of Canada JSggg. WE olid SUREf The Canadian Bail* Ol GMHffl
When «'« ii 11 your   \.
CAPITAL AUTUoKIZhi'D   J4.000.000
CAPITAL (paid up) $,1000.000
REST ACCOUNT      ■   ■    5:1000.000'
s.VTntll VV. .II'M    1". !'. ".
: nrmtinnminiiiiimnimnmtfTnniTn
~^u     Wh.-ii «■■ [ill \inir  Jfr«—*
—^T> prescription    you    ^-
Head   Office   Toronto.
T. R. MKRRITT, I'rvskl.-nt   D. R. UlLKIK. \*fce-Pn -. and Gen. Man. *  1qw|j ^
AGENTS   IN   GREAT   BRITAIN—IJoyds   Hank    ■:' Lombard St.. g
London. Si    l;. M. Smith, <if Montreal wa
I LOCAL NEWS. I
-. uuuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuu.iuiiuuuu:
H. Becker, Nelson   was in suits    the best drugs correctly
maj feel SAFE we nuke no errors here
You may feel SURE ol re-
A General Bukins RnsineRi Prssaecti  .
Savings Bank Department.- -Interest allowed on deposits
in town Thursday
] W   R.   Ross, Ml'. l>. Fernie,
* wa.s m town Wednesday.
Cranbrook Branch.        J. F. M. PINK HAM, Manafter.   g
§uuiriiuuuwiAnAriruin.-uwuwu^^ in low    Wed"   "p  •      ''""''   "^
tiEAt) OPPICR--TOBONTO,
Paid up Capital ts.TnO.nue,: Reaerve Fund 13,100,000;
Tumi Ki'-o'iiv,- 161,000,000 Nov. 30th, 1WH
London office: no Lombard street, R. C.
\c» VntK OfflMi 10 riehangc Clacc.
and scientifically compounded
is absolute insurance ol lull
medical    value. Ask     tin-1*
1  f   Cranbrook Branch. F. C. MALPAS. Manai
An.I 113 branchM In I'anuila and lln' United Static
TOUR MONET BACK
it you flre Not Satisfied
This sentence has a world ol meaning when backed bv a reliable house.
R   H     Ksterbrook,   Cowley,
Aiiit.. was in ii>« ii Wednesday.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
. H IXHHOOK I.IiKN'i'K DISTRICT
Special rate for businesstohle , T'"' l,;".' *'"r'v ""■""" '" ""  °°!	
,)"'" rs«H ihe Wiljra !„„„„.,   ,,„ „.. ,„.,., ,„ „„. ,,,„„ „	
 ■ i niniiri.nl,. on Thursday Jun»- i.Mh. i,hl.. ,\ ton
Two hundred boxes i»r apples 10'p|cc* '" :1"' r°f*ao;>u, when Ow following
very cheap al Pink Bn
Steve Wallace of Pernie was
applldaUotm will rotac before tin* Hoard
U. S. MntliiTs   Windsor Hotel   PortSteele
i:  A   I'Mivr. sujtiiiiniit
.,.                                             A. P. Cnentuo, KoyiUHotel. Port Steele Jet
in    town    Wednesday    on     blisi       \ii. Hmi-on w.iw< ll UWaaa
: ''" t it Mi .iri.i.iN
t llirf l.ii i-fn-t- IiIsjhiIiii
*««♦♦♦♦*-♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦*«-*♦»•■« «■♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦»****•*****♦♦•*■♦♦♦,
11     i .
I'ni \ears and \ears
|u-i think ui ii
How   naeful a 11, i •,^ » WATCH Is.   We aell ihem and
iviirranl  thorn.    We repair them und utinrant iur work.
When neodlnn anything it r line
Try   Us
Marconi Wireless
mm. p. Tate & sou
Jeweler** ami Optician**
IT MEANS that we handle the Host Goods 	
..    . i nut"third nil' mi all  trimmed   —
that monev can buy. and read vlo-wenr hats   atReid
\& Co.
IT  MEANS  that  our Mens' Wear must he 	
perfect fitters and good wearers. A J. Claver was at Cranbrook     On account of so many friends *4***4**«**++++*++*«++4h
pcricci  nnci> rtiiu guuu  "witia. Friday and loaded  nine ears of <>f mine, and others,   who have fy
.™ >«<*. »to   .       »u    i *     •   i        i   i -it    i horses for the Northwest. expressed a desire to subscribe jfc
IT MEANS that the best material and skilled  . .     ..     .. ...      .1 9
Havim,   (trst ,.i„„„.„„,.,„,,(>lk„,„ .. if("   'he  Marconi   securities;   I A
workmen are employed. »»«"»peemootii. a w.wenien. in.S have arranged  with Munroe A A. |
„, ,. .    ,       „.       »•»»'• P»«s«e.e. a c. Munroe managers of the Marconi I •
It Means 1A)W PRICES because m handling    Dr  Hugh ^~  n t)me „„,,,.,.«.,,„,.,.,.. ,lf New york, „, J       I
good  goods   We  do  not   have to charge extra to resident of Porl Steele, was in allow me an   additional  small £
make up for losses. '"u" MontlaJ' allotmenl     for   the   i>eople  u! £
Constable j  . u-. i 1     >  ,■      Cranbrook.    This  i>  done   by A
It Means that VOl'   ARE   PROTECTED   IN Steele, was in town Monday tTn tuk,D? the allotment orifrlnally ^ .
iVERY WAY because J'OU Can get   your  money 'eg"' business. intended for other towns. These ^ NIlCllS       1 licit   11      lilt       CI11
... ..*...   •■ i-.l    ll. .11     , .IV....,., I    t. ...       nnkonittnlUit .A*
I
0P
E\
back if you are not satisfied.
IT MEANS that   we   haw the confi- j(]
dence of 75    of the working men ol this
district and we are after the other :;   .
are now offered for subscription     A
H.    M.    Bnrrow    and   John in   amounts from   one   loone     A.
Chamming.  of Steele,   were atL     1 . -      ,-,.'"
Cranbrook Monday on  business '""""'",l  shw'es :"  W each'    "
                        inable lo call at  my office, do
Jake Kink returned Wednes ,|"' delay in mailing me your
day from a business trip to Wesl check or Post Office order for
K""'''";'v- the number of shares you desire,
Tl   rooms   vacant  at   the ««* subscriptions are Hied in  Ih
11D. lie
Cranbrook, B.C.
WilL'a" doulilii   r   suiiahln order of their roct'ipt. and  there      i{i
wo friends lerms iiiodernt.: bi'in;: a very siniill iiliotlmeiii   it      A
...     .vee-.TThnw..,,     li:1   ,. '' '■',"," '"'.""" J/'"' ^   """l   "">'       *^***t{f*****^^ .>-Jrr)r*»Jf***<r*^
ii'llf.l       ill •!«    1.1     ll.,.
iii III- Km ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Beale & Elwell
.It IIIN III' I't'l 1-' IN ,\ '
l I (• ll   Aifl'llli        '   1   .l.liii.n;..   III'.
Several building   in town are for .Mi'Mau-; tS  Mi Man.
u'f .ii'.\ improved in   appearance ;N,.U  Vurk
by :i roat of paint.
t . I              "7~~ . ,,     , II.   0.   Kobinson.   .1   .1. h'elh
X A larpre number ol  Cranbrook Bnd  j,   R   uHI:., v.   all  of New
, people  were at  Steele Sunday V„rk. „,  ,,„.  Mai-coni   Wireless
J. last, they report havn.a a  very ivie^raph staff were  registered
X. I,let,!mnl ,,in<'- at the Cranbrook Wednesday.
&$   Are Offering   ^v
j. 1,    I.   Rogers has an English T. R. Case, Winnipeg, was in
. mat vinegar bottled inaglass „,W11 Tuesday.     Mr.  fas- is a
.1 water bottle thai Is very suitable prominent lumber dealer of that
* f'"1 table use. Jjt     .„„,  wftfj   do,       Dus|ness
Some magnificent real es
J
T Perry creek Wedne
J. taking in tho town,
I            V In .11111 'I'l 111 i'.i lo\i
.. with Cranbrook lumbermen.
1 ill-   I neis    wa.s    ilnwn    I rum
'erry creek Wednesday.    After     w. .1. Goepell, Provincial Gov-
H,      •!   .     '    II  'I" J  'I" I  1 ,       1       I   \*  \     I   I I I      1,11    1    I I  I '
"'"' '"' n'"ir ' ernment auditor,  was in Cran-
TI homo Thursday. |)(.(|()|.   lh|§   wtM,1;    enpaged   in
, —— ,       t     ,,., ,        uutlltina tho books at the gov-
tate investments.     Now is tl.,T£wr™reianS.7te
I worn,  Hall on Wednesday oveie     Tlll,   |.i;,)SIM,,t<>k    printing
4.     ■"' plant   is  now  in  lino condition
T     e    .    .» 1-   ,       , LetaUs estimate  on   your  job
t     S,  A.   Kearnevi   Ku.sH,  Gov-        in       1 .'    , . \   •
, ,,,. work, all work guaranteed to he
erumenl limber inspector,   was ,-,  ,   1,
... ... ' lust class,
ai    ( ran brook    \\ eduesday   on
nfticia -»"~_ Harry  Bradford was In town
¥     K. K  Beattie lufl on Mondays W",ll"^lil>-     '^"^  '»  ;"' "'''
J. ,   ...,    ,,     , . .      ui.,.   t iim-r   in   Southeast    Kon oat
T   Irani for KeVQlstOKe on husiness,
the time to get in.
ALSO FOR SALE
1 War Scrip
before  relnruiug  ho   will   vi-ii
ayeral of the cousi citie
'^^t■^''t^M^^»l^^^l"M■H^'l^H^^^H"H^'MW"^■M4^MM^^M"l"^1^^^^^1»^^M^j      Chns   Pinch,   of Sand   ei k,
and is said to be on the road to
prosp-rit v and a fortune,
Mighton & Kt-is.ii 11.    received
r 1 ' -   w....l;   h
mill     :lll.l     I IIU
HILL 6c CO.
uif  in   lown   WediiHftdav.    Mr,   1 , . %.      . ,
...   , , , ■       ,     billiard table from May & Co. ol
• iinh inis o\-r I'M. uc res  under ,, .    .... ■    ,	
,,■     ,. Li     u      1 Montrco       I heir    new    hi hard
en t'va   nu   011   h s   Sam     creek ,     ,   •    ,,     ..       . •    .,
, parlors, whic   is the 1 -1   1 the
ranch. -    , , ■ .   1
Kootenay, was opened today
Ladies' and Men's
Furnishers.
Kev. .1. S.   A.    lientieli.   J,
Klweii led fJranhrook Monday
io attend a meeting of ihe Epis
copal Syuotl at Nelson.
Hill. X  CO.   placed   ,,„   the   tnarket   their L^rnSffon  -h-, ra:
Armstrong.' Chas CockVnd K.  v,K'll,"l.'.,,,''n"1    ^"jpson   ami
:..     To gel  acquainted   wiih. and ,"f n,l(l |,'"I||IWS'
Mort. Billings of the Herald
will leave on Sunday morning's
train Cor Vancouver to attend a
convocation of the Grand Lodge
ENTIRE   STOCK   of $60,000 worth of General SDdUioni^f^uV,h^t"KSot;.'I wft^™™t~^^0Sg,Jh^ay^
nay, von should subscribe   t,,ri " '"    •WHI
-■■-■- |s ih,,  largest   and   bosl    ever
brought into Cranbrook.    It will
pay to inspect our slock before
Merchandise at   Prices  Never Before Thought the Phospkctoh
Of In This Country
•'('ouiin-  events   cast   their
vou    buy   Reid   &    Co,
shadows before ilieiii    residents  Dupgists
of Cranbrook are making eon
siderable Improvements to their
properties this summer,
Mens Suits at -.r.'/s    worth mh.i>i
I ndenvear at .1st'   worth oik: '"■ ■ ""■ "■'}■•■■ "■"     .,..     ,   ,,    „■      ■,
.    ,   ,,     ■                  ' properties this summer,                 The new office fnrnilure fo
12 pair ol all wool sox lor si.00 the Imperial hunk has arrived
t\ iviir ni' mii„.,-t,.,i i.i-iii , , inn,.,..    .  1 ,• ...      and is now being set up in the new
O ])il!l   ill   imported   III.II K   1 ,|s|||lle|e si,-..   |u|   s|..xi I >,.[,.,-    \|-,| hl'slill     III     the      in              i    i     111                                 ,- ii
.        ' 1 lu 1  .vi.iuii son. ui   im   im   hank building corner ot Hanson
Silks in all shades at 161 per van!    worth .'51 & 50c penal Hotel, met with a serious Avenue nnd Raker Street    it is
Best English prints at X'ic worth 1 si- and 18c. iwcident on Monday.    He.was fill-ls,„.(l   „,  ,,.|„,,s,„ll   Anltqm.
> riding  a horse   which   fell,  in ().,|, antl pPpgeDla a  Imndsoini '
some    unaccountable   manner, appearance
All other goods in the same -.;rSSX%. Z»^  , ' '„ '—
proportion. SSiTJl'SSr '"',h" !*««- aSJTS
HIUU & CO.
6raiiDrooK's Greatest store
inu Mr. Fortune's absence alien
ding  in the meeting of the 1 fen
M" •-. ImttK-ts   spi.nstncn: ,,,..,,     A>s,.,1)|)iv     vvhi(.|,    „„,,    .„
T.. 1..-.11 ...u -lilt.-., ti,.- .urn Him ramow  Kingston,   Onl    .Line   "th    Mr
k,.w .». »,,d,.w .,;„„.  p.1,.11.1,i '^Fortune    will     be   absent    two
fit   uUTne   Mas rr Mi-clianle I    T«r noap
Ailti  Toilet ft*? Co.. MffK 1 ruOflUJS-
Free   Return   Ticket To
The Lewis &  Clarke
Exposition al Portland, Oregon.
This  ticket to Portland Exposition and Return
is given absolute!) free being one  of our  advertising
mediums.  Out stmk is strieth first class, and up-tu
date,    comprising   Pipes,1 Cicaks,   Tobaccos   and
Smokers Si sijkies, prices to suit am kind ol taste 01
pocket I k,  N'o complication in this  Frei   Tickki
Contest.  Every customer given the same privileges,
with even pureliase ol j; tints  worth ol   goods  vvi
give  :i coupon,   the duplicate ol which is placed in a
scaled box,   On Feb. isl the liox is opened the cou
pons placed in a   large  box  and   thorough!)   niixei
then  draw  the  coupons,   the   15th being the luck)
number and winner of the ticket, 1 (th is second, 1.;''
third and so on down.    The number on  tiie  coupoi
advertised and the ticket gi en to the winnei on  re
ceipt ol the duplicate coupon,    Should the holdei 0
tin-  winning  numbei   i.ul  to  notify  us on 01 befon
the   1.'th  ni   September  then   we  award the ticket
in the holder of the second coupon and so on   unti
tin  winner is decided,     Keep your coupon it m,i\   1"
the  winner.    Competition  under  the supervision ol
representative  business  men. the night of the drawing ,1 committee to be chosen bv the coupon holders.
The value ut ticket will be given in cash to the winnei
it preferred.
MIGHTON & KELSflLL.
Tobacconists.
Cranbrook, B. C.
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