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Vol. IB.
CRANBROOK, H.C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17,1007,
No. SS,
THE RESOURCES OP
CRANBROOK DISTRICT
I
Mining, Lumbering, Agricultural.
Water Power, Coal anil Coke
are Wtallli Produoinci
Industrie**.
Tlio I't-siiiii'i'i's nl' Uraiihrnnl
Dislriel. unil Soiiiheusi K'nolc
nuy, Un wi' realize how mini
iii,-si- ail-/ We tiro |iroiiil of llu
progress iniiili' in Iiieii- ili'Vi-ln|i
tin-til, imi iln we recognize llm1
we liuvt' mil exploited five pei
rent of llle urea ol tin: district*:
I'lniiii nf theexlenlof lis mineral
wealth in the shupe nf coul, ol
gold, of silver lead, and nf copper
nf the baser inelals anil of nil
which Iimi' been proved In
exist in llie few square acres
whicli have been developed and
inquire what there may be in the
thousands of square miles whieh
have nni had a dollar of expenditure. Think of the hundreds of
square miles of timber in the
Kootenay valley awaiting the axe
and remember that of the thirty
sawmills now in operation only
two or three are using logs cut
more than five miles from the
railway. Think of the large
area of arable land and
remember that we are importing
grain anil vegetables from the
Northwest Territories, and fruit
from the Okaniigan country.
Think nf lliu magnificent water-
powers on fifty streams and
remember Ihal only two, Hull
river and llie Sl. Mary's are now
iu process of being developed.
The actual development of three
big silver lead mines, the largest
producing mines in Canada,
entitle us to a respectable
position among the mining districts of the American continent.
We see what the development of
a small fraction of the areas of
llie Crow's Nest Pass have done
for the district. We know what
the operations of the St. Eugene,
Sullivan and Nortli Star have
meant to us. and the whole province can see the result of the
opening up of the vast coal
areas, the steady increase in the
lumber Industry, and the building of the Crows Nest railway,
but can any of us realize the extent of prosperity to Cranbrook
when the coal ureas of the Flathead are developed, and the
Kootonuy Central railway, in
operation y What shall we do to
induce capital to take hold of our
yet undeveloped coul areas,
water-power, limber and mineral
resources? This is a question
whicli effects us all, for we have
the mosl valulihle, and largest
undeveloped resources of any
district in llritish Columbia.
Political Gossip
ll has been generally understood thai if a general election
does mil take place lhis fall il
will he because Leader llorden
obtained a promise frum Sir
Wilfrid Lnurier Ihul lliere would
he another session of parllamenl
if Mr. Hni-ileu would not bring
on the graft charges at thai lime
and so necessitate tlm premier's
absence from Ihe colonial i'iiii-
ference. Considering all he did
while in London, Cuniidu would
have suffered no loss if Laurier
had bene compelled to remain at
home, The reason for his
absence would have disgraced
Canada in the eyes of tho other
colonial premiers, but even that
would have been no worse than
the humiliation lo which llie
country has already been subjected. To have kept Laurier
homo would have been no worse
lute than he deserved. R.
llorden, however, ruse above
mere polities and felt Unit it
would never do for the Dominion
not to be repiesenled  hence  the
compromise on the assurance of
another session.
Now comes the   rumor   that
Laurier tried lo wiggle out of
keeping his end of the agreement
thut lie had the personuel of a
neiv cubiiiel  practically decided
upon uiul waited mi Iho governor
general, ami  dissolution was  In
immediately follow theniiniiiinci'
tnt'iit     Laurier,    however,    Hi
riimoi' goes,   inckoneil   wil hnm
his  linsl    in oilier  words  Eni
Ci'i'V   hulked      Tl„-   giivornoi
,'eiiiTul  Innl  been  Informed   ol
he ngrccuioul In-' w ri'ii I In'  two
uiailers nnd silggcsled In Llllirici
llllll in Hie i-Vi'lll i-T an l.illlli.'diuli
lissnliition the oppnsilion ii'ildei
nusl lu- n eonseiiiiin- parly
Prom lln- ticlivily displayed h\
iiu- iinl uuu Inu, in lioliliu^'
meet ngs and hustling oul ciindi
lules lhe sign un ilnnlil wns
passed iirouiul in he in readiness
fnr lhe final word, ll also seems
likely ihe Conservative leader
would unl put inn much trust in
Luurior's mere promise, perhaps
only Implied, und he would be
showing exeellenl judgment in
having Earl Grey ael as referee.
As Mr. Borden has mapped
out a trip across tlio Dominion it
is hardly expected he will consent
lo dissolution and thereby dis
arrange his plans
WEDDING BELLS
Kearney -Stapleton.
Joseph Kearney, of Macleod,
and Miss Agnes Stapleton nf
Cranbrook were united in
marriage, nn Saturday lhe llllli
of August al St. Mary's Church,
Rev. Futher Cholnoll officiating
Sebillc Lemoigne.
GuillnumeSebiUeof Cranbrook
and Miss Josephine Leinoiglio of
France were united in marriage
on Tuesday August 18th, in llie
Chapel of the SI. Eugene
Hospital, Rev. Father Choinell
officiating.
Among the Craft.
Tlie twenty-fourth annual
assembly of the Sovereign Great
Priory of Canada was being held
al St. Catharines on August lilh
and 15th.
The Great Priory was opened
ot 0.80 a.m. on the Uth, After
lunch the usual parade took
place under command of Grand
Marshal, Right Eminent Sir
Knight ft. A. Andrews, of London, assisted by Sir Knighl Ll.-
Col. John S. Campbell, Every
Preceptory In Canada was represented, und a large number of
Sir Knights from the United
Stales were in attendance.
Pliintageiiet Preceptory held
a reception in Masonic Temple.
Hugh De Paynes Cntui.iandery
of Buffalo, N. V., aud Richard
Conor de Lion of Londou also
held receptions during the
evening of the 141 ti.
A regular monthly convocation
nf Rocky Mountain Chapter R.
A. M. was held iu tlie Masonic
Temple nu Tuesday ovonlug.
There wus a number of sojourning
companions from Fori Sleele,
Kimberley and Moyie in
utlcuiltiiicc.
Lipton Cup Race.
Chicago, Aug. 17. The first
of the Lipton cup races on Lake
Michigan was held this uftor-
noon, all of the leading yachting
clubs of lhe lower lake being
represented by entries, Tho
linal races will bo held Monday
and Tuesday.
C. P. Plans New Rooky Routo.
According In the plans nu
nounced by the Canadian Pacific
thai company within lhe next
two yoars expects to have two
liitcrcliungeublo lines through
the Rocky mountains, (>u uc
count of heavy grados nver ihe
present line Irulllc will hodlvoi't-
ed tO the Crow's Nest puss line.
A line will he bul 11, from Golden
whicli will connect with the
Crow's Nest Puss and through
to Lethbridge, Alborla. The
contract   for ll  hUioI  bridge  ill
Lethbridge has  In  let.   The
structure will enst jH,500,	
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Here and There   Peoph*
Who Come to Cranlirook anil
Thoso Who Go Awuy.
.1 Siauniirl nf Fori Steele wns
mi llu- rili Monday.
Wn. Wesl, who has beet
-ngilged in developing lho I'm
Roll iiiiiii' wus in mu ii |i'i'iila,\
.-v.    ll.    Fenwick    nm!    .Im'
I' limits, r i.l' Fill I Sleele   wen
I'riiiilirinili vi-ilinva Tuesdny
Public Imili. uml furnished
rniiiiis in runi in llu- liunil
111111111111'
.1. II Green of Raymond. Alia..
I). A Liilhiiiii nf Winnipeg, uiul
li. 11. Harris of Vancouver wore
at lhe Cninbrook Tuesday.
P, Lund, manager of ihe
Crows Nest Lumber Co . nf
Wardner, was transacting busi'
ness al Cranbrook Tuesduy.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Burge of
Perry creek were in town  Mon
day.' They look lhe llyer  for tt
Spokane visit.
Mrs. Sondon of Rosalia, who
lias been visiting Iter sisler Mrs
Lester Clapp, roturned homo nn
Monday lasl.
Another big attraction nn
Labor day will be the hub race
between lhe lire fighters of
Fernie, Moyie and Cranbrook.
Most of lhe farmers in litis
dislriel are busy cutting buy nnd
grain. The grain is tint ripe
iiul will make exeellenl feed.
Tlie Cranlirook celebration nn
Labor Day will afford on opportunity fnr a glad reiininti of nld
timers.
Mr. Hanna, of ihe Carmen's
union, was at Cranbrook this
week, adjusting, if any.
grievances in the car department.
F. A. lllain of Saskatoon,
Fred Rooney and (1. McNab of
Lethbridge, R. A. Chapman of
Nelson were guests at tlie Cranbrook Wednesday.
D. Breckenrldge, timber
cruiser for tlie Crows N'esl
Lumber Co", was ill town Tuesday. "Dave" wauled a cook for
the Sheep creek camp.
(l. Glasford, deputy muster
mechanic paid an ollieinl visit this
week lo Ihe shops at Cranbrook,
He found everything in Hrsl class
order.
W. A. Wilson of London, J. S
(lusly of Feruie. .1. Bai.il
of Minneapolis. (!. Vi. Adams of
Vancouver were guests ui lhe
Crunbrook Thursday.
The Labor Day Commit loo
meets regularly every Saturday
evening nl 8 o'clock in Mighton's
Hall. A full attendance is requested noxl Saturday evening.
'I'he remains of Thonms
Thomas one of the moil wlio was
drowned in tho St. Marys river
near Marysville several weeks
iigo, was found near the Mission
Sal unlay lasl by an Indian,
.1. Reed lias gone lo lite cnnsl
.in ll visit. He will be uway for
several weeks. A McPllOI'SOll
will uel as fnreiiiuii nf lhe our
department during lite absence
of Mr. Reed.
ll is probable thul ull the
mines, and lumber mills will
close down on Labor Day. .lusi
give the boys a chitnco nnd thoy
will all come in Craubrooli nn
Ihul Duy.
A meeiing of I lie lumbermen nf
il»> Mountain districl was held
in Nelson on Monday. A .1
Krapfoll, W. I''. Curd. A Lellcli
ami A. 13. Walls all of Craubrook
were in atlondliuco.
Waller Miller, ami Geo. Mead
of Croston were in lho city Thursday. Ilolli gentlemen are gnnd
luili players, uml were in Iho
Cro'sioii bunch who worn defeat
ed by Cranbrook.
A. K, MacNeil of Lclbbridge,
.1. Campbell nf Spokane, 0, T,
Mi-l'rogor of Moyie, I), Klmpton
of Winder 'o,  and  'I'-   McNab
nf liolden were registered nl the
Cosmopolitan Thursday.
R. Friisor   wn
Friday nu busim
in   Marvsvili
I iiiriu-v I'ul iiiiiii- was til
lend I liis week nn business
Mm
BA*-*K BALL AT CRAN'RKUOK
I loo Laurie nl' I Irosl'on was it;
iho oil*  Friday "" business
i: W Morgan of Pincher cily
va-. in Craubrook Friday.
I1'  IJ  Anderson  Hie  principal
-.1* ll,.' i'ul.li.- sohonls relumed
I'hui'Kiltiy li'i'in ii \ ii-ii Ini 'algary.
Tims, stall, relumed Tuesduy
ft in extended  visil   lo  llm
coasl
Mr ami Mrs II. R. Chiincoy of
Moll I lull I ui-io ''nests al llle
I'osmopolilun Thursday
Received In lav n shipment of
G ru pes and oilier fruits Hush
Slowart.
Cranbrook Lodge A. ft. & A.
M . lield its regular monthly communication nn Thursday evening
in llie Masonic Temple.
ft, H. Pearson of Jaffray was
in the city Friday, lie loaves
today for liisnld hniiio iii Sweden.
He will be uway several mouths.
Rov. Mr. and Mrs Boulton
from Moyio have been guests al
the Methodisl Parsonage during
the lasl few days.
I. Mighton, of Woodstock,
lint., wus visiting' his brother
iliis weok, Mr. and Mrs. S. .1.
Migli'nn.
J. P. Fink,president of llie Fink
Merctinlilo Co., was nt the coasl
lhis week on company business,
He is oxpocted home Monday.
Miss Mabel Corey of Medicine
Hal was n guest nl lhe residence
Of Mr, uiul Mrs. W. T. Reid litis
week.
The Fink Mercantile Co. have
a. mosl attractive show window
this week, li represents an
ouling scene, lent, lake, camp,
lire nnd lunching nul lil is
lepicted.
Fred. Smyth, editor of the
Moyie Lender was in the cily
Tuesday. "Fred" visited lhe
new Opera House, saw tho
Bostonians, and suid to a representative of the Prospector Hint
lie was on a slill Imnl for Pock
MiicSwniu."
Lillian Leask celebrated her
.'ourtoenth birthday on Thursday
evening by entertaining u large
number of her friends. A
pleasant evening wns spent, the
programme* consisting of music,
games etc. Among thoso present
were Mr. and Mrs. Jock uud
.lean McFarlane of Scotland who
came in on llie "Soo Flyer" from
the eusl on Thursday morning.
Wlien oy os differ wo have un
equal vision, tills will often cause
headaches uml nervousness,
Ihese    ure    symptoms    of    eye
strain, We correcl unequal
vision with scientifically ground
lenses. We do mil charge for
examination. W. ft, Tato, .lew
eler and Optician,
Labor Day colobrution al
Oranbrook is ihe talk nf lho
dislriel. Moyio, Ferine. Kiniber
ley, Murysi ilie nnd Fori Sleele
will liivndo Cninbrook thul duy.
Conlldonco is tlto Imsis of
business,
Will Ship Oro.
Arrungenietits havo been co in -
pleled by Hie ownors of llie Pny
Roll  minora!   claim,   which   is
Incut "il ul I'uliiii'i's llur In ship tl
carload ni nre nnxl week. Tito
nre is nf high grade currying
Icllurides, and will go In llio
Trial .smeller.
ll. L. Honlcn's Visit.
Information received horn
sillies ihul Mr. Ilordon's iimi'
through thisprovlncu will oxleiid
from SopiombiT ~'l in (lutolior I
The following itinerary litis boon
outlined. Sepliiinlior :.'l Vancouver! -'-"' Virlnrin; L'li Now
WoslinitiNier; :.'7 Kuinloops! :.'*•
Nolson; 110 Grand Forks;
October Isi C! run brook, All
arraugoiuoiils for meetings will
be iniiili' liy   Inriil  I loiisei'Vllllves
111   llie poilltS llllll'll.
Fast Ball in City League Series
Cranbrook Ibfents O.-oston.
I'.isl hall was iho cull, in th,
cily league games played nu
Monday       nn.l        Wednesday
'Veilings     'I'lu' Clerks wmi fr	
llu- Town hy a score nl 1*. in I I.
mnl the i ilin,-s d   ih,. Shops
lip In lho Iiiiii- n|* III tn I',.
The ..ul\   displeasing  feature
"I lh,- i leswiislhnd pchilly
weather, hnl when lho games
gnt started, the boys played such
snappy hull ihut oven body was
pleased
Iimi       in:: l 5(17 i:
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'I'.™ n ,;i8 l 11111:1    1,.mi     11
I 2 fl-15 II 7 It
«lui|ifl I 02 I 200     lollll       11
Ollli-i-s       ....200111 .'.•_'     1,,ml      lu
Creston vs Cranbrook.
Tho game bolwoon lhe Creslons
nnd Craiibrooks wns Inst from
the start, several sonsalinunl
stunts being pulled oil' nn both
sides. In two innings lhe gnino
wus close, tho Cranbrook pulled
to Ihe front in lhe insl half nf
lhe game. A double play of
Wilson, Reid uml Fulton wns tho
Holding I'iiii ure nl* the game.
Tho summary lolls ihe rosl nf
the story.
Croston.
a. 11.    II.     11.
lion Mi'iul. '.'ml Iiiim-       15 I 2
■I s, ... 1. 0 -j 1
Mi'Killi'ii'k, 8nl liumi     I 2 I
Miller, -s I ;i        2
(Irmly, I-. 5        2 I
l.n.-iis. If. 6 :, 2
Sti'lkur, rl. 6 :i
WiiNiilnglnn p. I 2 11
llirai'N. 1st Ino..' I 2 11
11 2:. 11
Oranbrook.
.\. li.     ii.     it.
I'l'lii'i'k. rl. li 2 I
.1. in-iil. ilni li. 6        I)        I
Mlllur, uf. r,        1        :i
Knit  1st li. fi | 2
Johnson, ir. .-, :i 2
.loi'goiiBlon, 38, fi I I
Wilson, 2inl I,. 0 -l 2
Mni'iilliiiii. p. .", :i 0
Harrington, 11. 5 I 2
li; :il 1-1
I 2:1 I 5i*.7 sn I!.
Croslon I u.*l I 1111211 1 mini II
■Jriuilironk .1 5 0-1 2 0 0 3 0 mini 15
Umpli-o .1. Union.
The standing nf Hie city
lengiio is ns follows:
Win,      I.IWI      -i I. s      [.,,■, -.-,,,.
Town I 2 I (Wi
Clerks :'■ :: I iiOO
unices i' ;; i inn
Shops 2 '■', I -li 111
Cabinet Reconstruction.
Liberal politicians nnd others
uro now on llie qui vivo as to who
will lie lukoil into the Federal
Cabinet. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Ims
intimated, so ii is reported in the
Eastern press, Ihul lhe re con-
siriK-ibin of iho Cabinet will be
completed during lhis month,
Tlie lid is oil' the tnroon, and the
delicious nnd savory Fumes com
ing from ii uro making lho
mouths wator of many men wim
llOpO Ihul thoy will lie the
I'lil'fuUtile niios Iii ladle oul sonic
of llioolficiulcontents. Probably
Sir Wilfrid Liiurier wi 1 not have
un easy 1 inn- in adjusting lho
ili'liinnds nf lhe dllToi'Olll Clllllll
dates fnr oflico, nml reconciling
competing claims, Hnl the tusk
inusl be completed, us tho pros
out Cabinet is sillily   iu   need   of
repairs uud additions in cniinoc
tiou Willi souie of  the   most  im
porlaul doptirtn is of ihe ml
ministration.
Love Feast for Sovereigns,
London, Aug, 11 Two no
inliii meetings hoi ween Ring
lOdwat'd uml nml 111.'iilnl snver
oigns, whicli may have profound
effects in llm diplomatic and
political world, will lain- plnee
within llin nexl few days, At
Wllliolmolic, noiir Cassei, King
Ell wn I'll will moot Kaiser
William, It is siuied thai tho
itrraiigeinnnl is 11 purely social
nne. The klllsor will return the
visit In England early In Novom
her. ami will be accompanied b,\
the empress.
The meeting between King
Edward and Emperor Francis
fosoph al Isi-lil, in ripper Aus-
irlii, is scheduled ror the Inltor
purl of the week [mmedintelj
iiflnrwtiiil King Edward will continue llie journey lo  Marionbiul
The 11 ling of the sovereigns ol
Ureal Britain uml A usl r in is
looked upon here as being of the
highest political importance.
In addition In discussing ninny
inipnrtunl questions of slate
Francis Joseph is oxpocted to
add ihe Iimii touches lo lho
rociiiii'iliatuin already effected
bolwoon     King     ICdwiiril     ami
Emperor William,   li is, shier
ed probable that iho recnnciliii
lory policy will culminate In an
endeavor to establish an ontentn
between tho two groups of
powers, bended hy grout Britain
and Franco on tho ono side and
Germany uml Austria on the
other, for which purpose King
Edward is seeking llie assistance
nf tlie two emperors,
Mining News,
Thirty-four hundred tuns of
nre wus ti-ouled nl lho Mnrysville smeller during ihe month
nf July.
It is reported that tlie demand
for coul uud coke in British
Columbia is Increasing much
more rapidly Ihan lhe supply.
'I'he Marysville smeller is slinrt
of coke, unless lliere is 11 supply
received this week will have in
close down
Mining in Southeast Kooienay
seems slew lo develop lo the import unco so freely predicted in
llio past.
In Southeast Kootenay coal
mining hus greatly Increased and
hus now readied a pace that
should make Iho Crow's Nesl
collories a shipper In the extent
of a million and a half tons this
year.
Laid to Rest.
The funeral of li .1. Murga
Iroyii,    uud   J.   J.   Keelor,    wns
held Thursdny uflernoon
from tho Church of England,
Rev. Flewelling officiating,
assisiod by .1  ft Ai'mslrong.und
wns the   llll'gosl   held   ill   Cl'llll
brook. All of the buslnoss
houses wi'i-n closed during tho
iiftoriioon. After the services,
tlio finioral corlego procoded lo
llie cemetery, where tho remains
were laid to rest. Floral
tributes from the trainmen and
friends covered lho caskets.
Tho pall bearers from tlie
Brotherhood of Railway
Engineers woro Chas Yoandle.M,
Barney, M. Gillls, J. Warnock,
E. Roberts, and J. Roberts.
li. McFarlane, BJ, Meller 11.
Robinson, 0, I'i. McCurdy, I''.
Taylor und J. McLean were pull
bearers frum lho society of lire-
mon,
Tlie I'eiiinins nl A. H. Perney.
the   lireiiiuii   wim   was  killed 111
the Son Spokane  wreck,   was
llllll'll In the depot nil Friday
afternoon tn 1,0 forwarded to
Now Vnrli, the homo nf his
pill'OlllS, A large number nf
trainmen followed iu procession
tn the dnpnl.
Will Develop the Victor.
CRANBROHKS   NEW  THEATRE
Spokane Parties wim own Hie
Victor iiiinn which is loculod nn
the divide between Mints nml
Lllsl ereek, hnve let u inn
Iran Inr Inn loot of funnel, Tho
Victor was forinnrly known us
lhe Keyslone, uml has 11 strong
showing nl silver lead nre, nl a
high griide,
Meeting of Ot its.
Formal Opening By the Juvenile
Bostonians   And (j. T. Rogers
Cranbrook's new opera house
ivus formally opened lust Tuesdny by Mr 1; T Rogers, ex-
mayor of 1 Iranbrook, in u very
nenl   an.I   appropriate  s| ,-h.
Thou r.iiii,- ii„. opening perforin n by tin- Juvenile Bostonians nt the comic opera, Ollvolle
liver six hundred 1 plo attend
ed the opening show The new
oporn house, according lo lhe
roporls ..! theatrical people who
huve seen it, Is ihe host play
house helween Calgary uud the
'•nasi The scenery was pninlod
by Mr Chns. Miner of Chicugo,
and is Hrsl class in every respect. The now opera chairs
ire modern and comfortable, and
the acoustic properties nl lho
new house are all ihal could lie
losired. Messrs S. .1. Mighton,
■I lirniilt. .1. C McCallum and
R, E, Health', who finuncod Husi home, an- to bo congriiliilalod
on  providing such n  complete
nml modern building for tl n-
lertninnienl of tho citizens of
Cranbrook.
Methodist Church.
Tho subjecl next Sunday night
11 the Methodisl Church will he
"The power of the Handshake".
Men's and women's Bible
Classes  ui pen   to   llll   every
Sunduy afternoon al .*: o'clock.
A Harvesl Festival will bo
held in September. 1 lilts nf
iiwors. fruit and vegetables will
be gladly received for this purpose at the proper time.
The quurlerly mooting of the
Sunday School management of
the Methodist Churoh wns hold
on Wednesday. Reports from
the socroinry show u healthy
state of affairs, und tho treasurers slate it wus satisfactory
Inasmuch as there wns cash for
all accounts rendered. The
superintendent, W. T. Reid.
made a few suggestions ro
furthor aggressive wnrk, in
whicli discussion Dr. Connolly
und the Pastor took pun.
Children ultoiidiug 110 oilier
Sunduy School ure invited lo
come along nexl Sunduy nl 8
o'clock.
The Mining Speculator.
The success of the American
milling spoculutor is proverbial.
He keeps his eyes upon, spots
llio needy prospeclor, nnd follows
In tho wake of tho gnnd.
Undoubtedly this is the wuy lo
gol In at bedrock, though lhn
mothotl is not always Infallible
The practice of a small cash payment for prospects, with 11 share
of prospective profits, is 11
loloruble fair and equitable
iirrnngemenl but allowing for
the objections wo know can he
urged in nil Instances where Hie
ntiddle man appears, the advantage of n prompt decision
wiih some cash down is obvious.
Ownors of payable mines oughl
to have nn troublo to tind a
buyer, why do they show as a
rule so littli! hesitation In closing a bargain?
Hunting Season Upens September
1st.
The opening nf Hie hunting
season, September 1st, will soon
he ul haiul. and huilloi'S are
already making preparations for
lho event. The young birds are
riiporled numerous uml  iu  good
' Hii mn.   lhe  envoys   running
from llvo toiidoxen on 1111 iivuriigo,
I'   Ims  I niiny years since
llinro was n  In* ling linn- ror
grouso, eliio.konsnnd ducks when
everything wus in their tuvnr.as
There  was 11  mooting of tho during tho pusi souson,
Provincial     constables    and
local association in Mighton's
Hull on Friday evening for llio
purpose nf electing officers, and
delegates In Iho VllllOOUVOI'  COD-
volition,
gn wardens nre nu  tho alol'l
for pot  Iiiiii lum wim tuko  advantage of n few days helnre the
souson opens lo pot 11 low birds,
The Provincial Liberal  Asso-I Any one ciiughl with bird out of
iatinn will iiieet Ii) Vancouver souson will bo prosecuted to the
ni ii.iiih.'i Dud, hull oxlonl of the law. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK li. C . AUGUST 17. 1907.
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OUR LARGE. STOCK
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ESTABLISHED   law,
A. B. Grace,
I'llll.ISHEtt   AMI   EDITOR,
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WALL PAPER
IS COMPLETE
Remember we oarry the only stock of inn?
papers in Cranbrnnk.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
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DYE HOUSE!
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1W7.
THE anxiety of the Boundary
Creok Times, and other
Grit publications in reference to
nominees for the coming provincial election is truly touching.
These papers profess tn be in
terested in seeing thai the Old
Mun nf the Herald shall receive
the reward lo whioh, as they
claim, he is entitled to by reason
of his exeellenl   services  during
the provincial campaign of last
vour.
Por all kinds of
DYEING and CLEANING
Nothing  tine  or coarse, lur:
or small Ihul wo cminoi liandh
We fllM) Do Drii Dllt'.inii
Office J. Lbask, Tailor
GIVE I'S A TRIM,.
WITH   A
FAIRBANKS-MORSE
J GASOLINE   ENGINE
ft        It's tho mosl porfeot running engine you can gel.
if, hitosi equipment for sawing wood.
* TllK BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
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It looks us if iho difference
ft: between the candidates of the
Liberal party, now being
nominated, and who have been
In an office for a number of
years, is that Ihe Liberal caudi
dates are going lo gel oul, ami
the Conservali- os get in.
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9     li is up to the C.   P   R .  in
FERNIE, B.C. ♦  furnish more cars for the lumber
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA KINK    J 'ion. also more cars so that  the!
BEER §  PORTER
Granbrook
n uveru
OKAKl « DOYLB, PROP'S
Tennis nnd drivers furnish
ed lur unv point in the dis
I riot.
A. DOYl.E. Manage!
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SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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Fort  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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NOTICE.
l.u.l.i   llroi'n,    liohl    Cui'i',   VIWiib,
Northern Light, Ileal Thing. Call
llai'li. Koai'lnu I.im;. Sure
'I'llinn. I'lllll,,, l-'i-a.-liim.
Mineral I'liiiins.
siuiiit,. in iin- Porl Stoi'U' Mining Division nl
Ki,,i Kootenai I'i-uui.
# -eein.s tn   have   pots   of  gold   atI    WhereIocmmI   Onltii
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Il isC
district  which
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X      Some skeptic   lias written   a
X poem titled "The Devil is Dead"
X but this should  not  tempi  anv I ««ik oiimprovements.
a * -    taming n Crown Omnt
X one to board the "llyer"  for an
'I'uke Notice thai I
C. H 910 tut A-:eiit for J
Free     Miner s    C<
iiiti'iui.   sixty   days
ii> npply io ilia Mini
viUi'lu'h
i A.   Uur
¥.   M.
L. CLAPP
Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air
(Iranbrook. B.C,
Illiiin
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
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A line line of Trucks
lor special lumber work
PRICES   RIGHT
Flour and Feed of all Kinds Always on Hand
PHONE   183
¥ GRANBROOK TRADING 60.
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1    •'■"'• FASHIONABLE TAILORS    1
£ Always Up-to-Oate 3
£ zs,
£ Cranbrook. -      - B.C. 3
Inuuiauuiuiuiiiiiiuauiuiuiuiiiiuuuuanauiiliili*
plniH!!i!f!MHmn!n!ti!!!Mi!!i!!raH!nnttn!!nft!mn!tn!n|
£ ABATTOIR AND COLD STORAGE ~*
T excursioii to 1110 fai easi.
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X     The   gravest    injustice   has
* I frequently resulted from the Dominion government taking advice
W. ROLLINS I1'1'0"1 irresponsible sources.
Water power developments of
St. Marys and Bull river seem
sluw. it is estimated that over
100,000 horse power are now
running to waste in Hie Cranbrook district.
« • •
The    Cranbrook    suge    anil
politician    will  he looking   towards Vancouver nexl month.
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The edilor of llie Cranbrook
Herald lias u scheme in embryo
to purloin Moyie Lake and fix il
up al Cranlirook. says the
Sandon Review. The citizens of
Moyie, headed by Editor Smitl
nnd Hugh Watt, M.D.. are defy
Ing    Cranlirook    to     lake    a
thimbleful,
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Labor Day celebration at
Cninbrook is the talk of the
district. Moyie. Fernie, Kimberley, Marys* llle and Fort Steele
will invade Cranbrook that day.
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Confidence is the basis of
business.
■nh- No. lllllil
tin'   .Imi'   him-'o!
icorder rni Certill-
Llie purpose ol ob-
I'lK'll of tin- iibovo
CITY Oft CRANBROOK
NOTICE TO CONTRAl"rolls AND
OTH MRS,
BY-LAW Nn. ii.
Spoolal  attention   ia  drawn  to tlie
following auli-tM-tiuii nf III*-   hImivi-   liy.
l.iin:
"No |„-i'*.(ui ahull I'umnii'iu'u lln- oi-OO-
ti I unv  bnllillllK  within  tho .anlil
City muil :t '.'I'iiiiii,I up blook i'Iiiii nf
.iii'h proposed liiiililiiiir. with tho luvol
of lho .-'-Ultra or basement* thereof with
i-ffoi'i'iii','to th,' h-vel uf ihu uonrdit
adjoining Blreel ahull liuv,- 1,,-en dot
I Iml in ih,' nili.'i' nf tho City Pire I'lnifl-
1 r for tho limo licln-r nl tho City of
Cranbi k."
,1, l', Pink
Chlof l'"n'u Knj-iin'Mi-
Ami lurituT lulu- notice iluu notion, uniler
section -l*. must lu- ooromencctl before tin- issu-
aiH't- nl such I'tTiiiii'itti's iif Improvements.
liatt-il tins-.'ml ilny of Oetobor, A.li...l!H,i.
a .1. A. Harvey
CRANUIIOOK I.ANIi DISTUICT.
Dislriel of Knnu-iiuy.
Take notice unit Alvln s. Trow.ol Crnnbrooli
H.C occupntloii miner, intcnils tu npply
fnr a speelnl llmlii'i- license over tin- lollovlim
described Inuils:
Commenoing in n poat planted ut llie northwest comer of F. Hyron's tlmbor llconcn m-iu-
Perry Creeli unit on the south lino ol tlmbur
lloenoe 8339. thenco west ao i'liuins. thenco
am.tl, 1111 i'liuins. theuce ensl 30 ohains, thenco
north tin chains to point ol commencoineni,
ami ciiiiiaiiilnt; SMI acres, more or 1,-ss.
All in S. Trow
Dated July IMh, nmr. ail
CRANHROOK I.ANll HISTKUT.
liistrlct ol Kootenay.
Tula* notice thut Pred W, Mitchell, <>f 131k.
mouth, H.C, oceupnllon lumuorinun, luteiids
to apply lor permission 1,1 purolmse tlio follow
Ing descriheil lands:
Commencing nt u poBI planted nt tin- southwest oornor nl MIchAol lloesor's Pro-omptlon
No. isir. thonco duo chhI 10 the western bound,
ury of l.nLitM,. itienoo souui 111 chains, thonco
west u, th,' tisiik 1,1 tlm Kootonuy Kiver, thonco
following said bunk northerly to the plnoo ol
I'oniini'tii'i'iui'iii, uml containing 830 ucros, moro
or less.
t-'reil W. Mitchell
iiiit,"i July nh nm;. an
Uorilwood for Sale.
I am prepared to supply, good
CALGARY, ALTA^gjiiry stove wood, in any length or
~n a|| quantity,     Leavo orders   with
£ 3%\li, T Rogors, the grocor, Itoalo
£     FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER     1 Uuiw-.n.
Sz 2 R- S. Baron
£      A nice Roast of Veal      3 , , ,
tr _     _ , zS Tlm  Kootenay   Central  Railway
£      or  a  Leg*  01   Lamb      3 (;„,„pany
£
£
£
£
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(lOVRIiNMBNT CRRAMRRY IH'TTKR:
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1'iniNi: in
Tli,- Aniitiiil Oonoi'lll MonthiK uf tlm
731 Hhiireliuldoi-n uf Ilia Koiitiiniij Cunlral
3 Hallway Ciiin|iiuiy will ho liulil ut  lliu
3   lli-uil Hlllii'l riinlil'Miik. II. Cat 10 ll.lll,
«„ -.3  Mondaj Miiiilumlmr Mil,   1007,  fnr tin-
I P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.|;:-:::;::1:::;;:;;;,:M,:i:::h'	
£        Hood Offloo Main Ollloo lor Eaat Kootonay.        Z3      '"" " Ur""1" k* "'  ''*  ",is B,h
£        Calt-ury, Al'liortll Cranlirook, B. O \3 'lav '.
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W   A. Mtiiiluiiald.
•\2 SaoretHry
NOTICE.
Notloo is herobv ^Ivon thut thirty days
afterdate I Intend io upply totlioChlef
Commlssioiiei'of Lands and Woi'ks ut
Vietoria, B.C., foi'a licence to prospect
for Coal und Hetroleum un the following deserllied lunds situate in Soutli-
eaflt Kootenay British Columbia, Can-
utlu:
1. Commencing at a post planted
adjacent to the l-i milo post on the
('anadian Paelllc I tall road boundary
line between Hloek 4593 and Hloek
45HII und being the BOUthwest eor
post of Peter MuNicol loeution, thenee
north SO ehains, theuee east HO eliains
thence south SO eliains. thenee wosl SO
chains to pluee of beginning containing
010 neres more or less.
I ated Hi in Uth day of June l!K)7.
Peter McNicol, Loeator
floo. M. .Imlil. Agont
2. Commonelng at a post planted ad-
jtteoi.t to lhe l<( mile |H)Bl on the ('unii*
dian Paul Ilo Railroad boundary line
between I (lock 15911 and Blouk 4689 and
being tlie northwusl enrner posl of
.lames Dunbar location, thoncu south HO
chains, thenee eusl SO ehuins, Ihenee
nurth SO elmlns. tlienee west SO ehuins
in pluco uf beginning containing 940
acres more or lets*
Located this 14th day of June. 11)07.
.lumen Dunbar, Locator
(100. M, Judd, Agenl
'.1. Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the 15 mile post on the Canadian Pacific Railroad boundary Hue between Blouk 46911 uml Black 4589 and
being the sotithwesl eorner post nri
Charles French location, thenee north j
st) chains, tlionco ensl 80 chains, thenc
lOUth SO ehulns, Ihenee west 80 chain
lo place of boglnnlng containing 040
ueres more ur Ichh,
Located this I4lh duy nf.tune, 1907.
Charles rVonoh, 1 ator
(lull, M. .Imlil, Aguill
I. (loinmunciiig ut u pusi planted adjacent to the 15 mile post un the I 'unu-
illuu Paelllc Railroad iiuumlury line between Block 15911 und llluek 45S1) und
being Ho- northwest eoruer post Joe
Tuiinhuuscr location, thenee south 80
hulas, thenee eust 80 ehulns, thoncu
Kirtli 80 chains, theneu wosl 80 chains
lo place uf beginning containing 040
acres mure or less.
Located this I4lh day of Juno, 1907
Joseph Tannhausor, Locutor
28 (ieo, M. Judd, Agent
Wo haven new   1  of tha
iesi  mud.' hamu k« we have
•ver seen.    Not mih urollluso
i.iinmui'k- designed for com-
ui'i. bul -uve-ili uml iliii-ubil-
tj are insured l-> Lhe oxceii-
luiiul i|iuilit\ nl uuUorlalu used
ii their eousiruction.
\   Complete   Line
I u si thai there is.
Tu Bee these hammocks la to
waul oue, especially when yuu
learn how Utile mouoy will
make yuu the possessor. The
amount of comfort to tic derived from one will be worth
ten times the cost, funic in
uml bee them. Our prices are
frmu $1.60 to*!i.eO.
>1   Fishing Tackle,    The
g C. E. REID &  CO.,
g Phon€ 74     The Druggists. w
b Sinn' closes in li ii.m. ext'eplliitr Sntiirililv ulitlits nml nvunlliffs    \W
^,  bnfoi-e imbllii holidays. '
The Quality Store
FANCY  AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Two ihinjrs Mini I'un't In- lieal
GOLD SEAL TEA
AND
Huntley and Palmers Biscuits
| OMPBLLL & MANNING
\) Leave youi' order for Preserving Pruils at Campbell    il
St Manning thoy will protect you.
Professional.
Harvey, HoCarter it Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
ORANBROOL.,     -    B.C.
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Grailbl'OOk -   - Hntisli Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
RAttBISTKR, SOLICITOR
tuul NOTARY  I'IjHI.U'.
Oranbrook, B.O.
G. H. Thompson
-.*^*4t   IliMlltlSTKII A SOI.IOITOI
-~A~IS   NUTAIIV I'lllll.Ul
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Ct-aitbrook, ll.C
THOMAS   M c V I TT1 E
P.U.S. AL* C.B.
Porl Steele B.C.
DR, E, W. CONNOLLY
Phusician »»'i Surgeon
OFFICE AHMSTKONII AVE.
llllills:   II to 11 u.m.   S to I |,.ll>.
" to 8 p.m.
I'lniiii! Ollloo 105    Rnldenii-i HW
mimnn.mniiii
Dominion Meat Co., Ltd.
Phono iii. Head Ollire Calgary.
WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS  IN
All Kinds of Meats
Flour and Feed. . .
Our moat  is always fresh, as all our boor Is killed In
Cranbrook.
CRANBROOK
HOTEL -^
|jGuests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection |
n
Yt
Is,
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Hot and Cold limits
Ni'in'i'si in railroad depot,,   llus aceommo
iliiiiuiis   inr   Uir   public   iiiii'i|iinlli'il   in
0 ran brook,
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    |
Proprietors
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDEREA6LES
Mt'ot ovoi'J' t'l'liluy ut 8 p.iu.
Visitiii);   Hi-iitli,.i's  Oiii-iliull.v   Invllml
Chas. smith. \v. Pi'tmUlonl
M. II. Iln.i.ixiis, Sun)1.
Awl,' IMi.vsii-iiin. P. O. Box 28.
JMiMWiWIW^
Rocky Mountain Chapter I
NO. 128.   R. A. M, 1
Regular inoeltug-a:- 2ml Tiu-s- £
iluy In oaoli month ui olglil %
o'clock. *:
Sojourning Companions  un'
cordially Invltoil,
Wm. P. Tatk, Scribe E,
NII1I00K, ll. c.
LHox 4      l.•UA^
WW*MWfflWWW
ANCIENT ORDER % FORESTERS
Court Cranbrook 8943
MEETS  2ND   ANll  ITII   THU11SDAYS
IN WATTS' HALL
Visiting   brotlioi'ii   cordially   Invited
C. 1!..   IV. P. MACDONALU
Secretary, W. HENDERSON
*mnmmTn*ri-T'-imimmnm»»'n-mTiTn*
ITonsorial Parlor!
I     For a Cool and Clean Shav.i     :
| Or a Pertect Hair Cut \
A Bot or Cold Bath
P,,TO Walter B. Ulng ..ffifflj
Baker Stroot, Cranbrook, ll.ll.   ■
Geo. R. Leask & Co
W. R. BEATTY
Under! it Iter,
I'.iiilii.tini'r.
Mitnoml Dirontor
('ltANIIIMH)K, nr.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Mil-inn  lloll,irs uml I'lii'iiii,',. Work a
Spi'i'lully.
I'oKt und Slock Ksiiiiiuii's
Kiii-iiislinil U|hiii Applii'ii
tiou.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.C.
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
l'lliiNK III I'.ii. IUi.\ mii
I'linin, Spcciliciilions
and Estimates
I FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand.
D, J, JOHNSON
Carpenter -fej Builder
flood Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
[i****i«*9*-S(i»«*l«N^^
£3 Cline
hi Uu-ul,i Mniiihiiu, lUrltnr .Shu),
I'" W I"-' I Ill III llll!
MANI'I'IIIIA IKiTHI,
fi'lrslC'Ihsh Work liiall liraiiiilu
III Ull!
Tonsorial Art THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, H C, AUGUST 17, 190',
ORANBROOK I.ANH DISTRICT
District ot Kootenay.
Tiikr nuik'e ihni 1. Jutiii Swislii-r. of Spokt.no
occupation carpenter, Intends to upplv for •>
speeiui tliuuer Itoenoe over  the  following de-
M'rlbett ItUils.
Commenoing nt a poit planted at the north-
weit corner ot w. tt. Smith's timber limit,
tbence north 80obslns, tUence east s» ehuins.
tiiriu'i- soutb hu ehnlns. thenoe nesl no elmlns lo
point uf uommeuceroeut, und containing WO
acrei more or less.
Jolin Swisher
C. Unlcune, Aneni
Dated July unii, unit. so
CKANHKOOK  l.ANK IHSTIfliT
District ot Koolonny,
'I'uke notice  thut 1.  Mrs. John  Swisher, ol
Spokane, Intonils in apply for a special timber
licence over tlie following described lands:
Commencing at u posl pinuted on ibe east
boundary of Hloek 4IWI eommeuelng from the
No. ft mllO post, thei.ru 6081 160 i'liiiins. tbOHCU
auullt 40Clialns, (henee wesi ItHletiullis,  thenre
north xo i'liuins in point of commencement, uml
containing iM'J acres mote or lesa
Mis. .lohn SwUber
O.Unlcuue, Agenl
Dated July loib, l«)T. Bt>
fKANHItOlIK  LAND lUSTUK-T.
Dlstrlot. of Kootenay,
Take notion tlmt Janum A. llurvey,
of Craubrook, It, i'. occupation Sollottor
intent.* to apply lot' a special timber
licence over tbe follow ing degoribotl
lands:
Commencing at n post planted on tlio
enst boundary ofC, H. K. Murk 4592 at
a poat marked "L 4602" lH.*in*^ tin1 '-'0
mile post, tbence smith IM rhaiiis,
ibenue eust 40 obaltts, tbenee nortli n>i>
ehains, thonee west 40 ohalns to point
of commencement, aud containing t»4U
acres, more or leas.
.lumes A. Harvey.
Dated June 8Ath, 1907, 28
CKANUUOOK LAND DIBTRKT.
District or Kootenay.
Take notice, tbat James A. Harvoy.
ofCraubrook, \l. O, occupation Solicitor'
lutQtiils U> apply for a Bpeeial tlmbor
lieence over tbe following desorlbed
luuds:
Commencing at a |k»b1 plunteil ui a
distance of 120 eliuins in an easterly
course from tho east houndury of C. P.
K. Mloek 4"»;i2 measured from the 2,1
mile post, tlienee south SO ehuins,
tbence west SOebaluB, thence north M0
ehains, tbence oast 80 ebalna to point of
commencement, ami containing G40
uores more ur lens.
James A. Harvey.
Dated June 20th, 1U07. 28
CKANUUOOK LAND DISTUICT.
District of Kooteuuy,
Tuke notiee that James A. Harvoy,
nf Cranbrook, It, C, occupation Solicitor
intends to apply fur a speeial timber
licence ovei* thu following desurihed
lanils:
Commencing ui u post planted on the
east boundary of C, l\ It. Block 4692 ui
u post murked "I, 45112" being the 21
mile  jhjsL,  Iheiiee  nortb  HO  chains,
ihem ast8Jchains, thenee .south so
ehuins. thonee west SO ehuins to point
nf commencement, und containing 640
acres, more or less.
.lames A. Harvey
Dated June 20th, 1007. 28
CKANUUOOK I.AND DISTRICT,
District of Kootenity,
Tuke notiee thnt Junius A. Harvey.of
Cranbrook, B.C., occupation Solicitor,
Intends to apply for a speeial timber
lioense ovor the following ileserlbed
lands:
Commencing at a post plauted nl a
distance of 120 ehuins In un easterly
course from the east boundryofC.P. H.
Hloek 459- measured from the 2:>
mile post, thouce uorth HO eliains,
thence west HO ehains, theuee Mouth HO
ehaius, thenee eusl SO eliuins to point of
commencement, uml containing 040
acres more or less.
James A. Harvey,
Dated June20tli, 1907. 28
CKANUUOOK LAND 1MSTKICT.
District of Kooteuuy.
I'ulto notice thin Robert H, McCoy, ut tiimid
porks, N ituiuitii occupation Lumberman.
Intends to npply for a Bpoelul timher licenco
over ibe hll lowing descrlbcil luntls:
Coinmeuctug utu punt planlod nboul ;. miles
iu u westerly direction from   the imuihwcst
enrner uf l.ol Kill). Ihenee t list Hll elmttis.lheiieu
suuth HUelmiiis, Hiei went Sll ehulns, llience
norlh nu elmhis io point of eoiutnuiicaiuoiit, uud
ciiiiiuitiini; mn acres more or lens.
Id i II. McCoy,
Dated .lulyifMh, liKi;, :u
CRANHROOK I.ANH HISTKUT.
DiHtriei or Kootonuy.
'I'iiUi' nutlet' Hint llulwrt McCoy, nf u rami
I'orhH. Nortli 11» imin occupiillon Lumber mini
intuiuls tn npply for it speolal llmbor lleenee
uver ibe following dexcribod binds:
I'liiiiini'iii'iiij- ii it posl pluntod about '■> miles
hi u westorly illrectluti from the Ron tli west
 imr of i,ui sun, tbence wusl KOolinlns.lbuncu
miii th so ehulns. ihenee eust sn ollllllll, HlflllCU
nurth Sll ehulns lu pul 1)1 of eoiuuieiu'euieiil. Ullll
COIlUtlnlllg <'l" Ueres mure ur less.
Robert ii, McCoy.
Datod July Mb, IW HI
(.KANHKiiiiK LAND DIKTKIUT.
Dlstrlot of Kuuieiiuy.
Take notice that Junius A. llurvey
of I't'iiiihronk. B.G- occupation Solielloi'
Intends to upply for a special timlier
licence over   the   Inllowlllg   descriheil
lands:
Commencing ut u post planted on the
east boundiiry of C. I\ It. Blouk 45112 al
a post marked "L 4/502' heing the 20
mile posl, theneu north HO chains,
thenco eust HO chains, thenco south ho
ehuhis, Ihenee west SO chains lo point,
of com men cement, aud containing Mft
acres, more or loss.
James A. llurvey.
Dated-I mie 2HI Ik 1007. L'H
CirANHKOOK LAN!) DISTRICT."
District of Koirtcnuy.
'I'ulii' iiiubr Hint John Rold offJnmliniotc,
It (!. occiipntion runebor, Inteiuls lo upply fm
liiiriulsHlun io purebnso tliu following ilOHcrlbcil
litiulni
Coiiiini-iiehi',' iii ll posl plaillflll nl Uie HOIltll
eiiHLeoriiei'of l.ul :tll, I). I,  K.D.,  llieiiee  west
elgtilyobalns, llicncasoulli forty chaltin, tlionco
eiiii sixty elmlns tbence north twenty elmlns,
Iheiiee essl tWOIlly (tllttlllH, IllOIIPf! Iiorlli IWOflty
I'liiiiiis lo puliil of I'liiiiUMuei'ineui. iiiiii euiiliil Iiiui' '.'HO ueres. more or less
.lohn Kent
Dated July Sllti, I'Ktf, C
CKANUUOOK I.ANH DISTRICT
Dlstrlot of Kootenay
Tube no'tee that W. K. smith, of Helena,
occupation doctor, tntendi to apply loraspeclal
timber lieeuee over ihe follow lag described
lauds:
ConnueuoIUK ui u post planted ou ibe east
hoimdurv of  Dlock   (Mil  euuiiueiieiiik' tttlheB
mill- mist, thence east KM eliuins thence north
4i< rhuiiis. theuce west itWohalns, ibence south to
ehuhis to point  of  ooinuicnoeiueut, ami eou-
tt.tul.iH GtO acres, inon' or i»-ss.
W. It Sinllb
('  liiieinie. Ageilt
Dated July IDtb 1907. Sii
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootenay.
Tube   notiee   tlmt     Muleotu    Melnues.    of
Mldnnporo, Aim,, occupation Mill Owner,
iutetuis toapply for u speeiui timber lii'eueu
ovor tbo lollowing described huul-!:
No. u. Commencing at a post planted onc-lntlf
mih'north oi ihe uorthwust corner of my llmbor
Lieeuee No. lir.iW. theuce unrlh in ohalns,
tllCtiuuoast IfM chains, thenee .south Ml ehulns.
thouce wost KM) chains tu point <>r commence-
uu'iit. uini uoutninlug mil acres, more or luss,
Muh-uiu Mulunes,
Hale I5th July 1007. ill
CRANBUOOK LAND DISTRICT
District of Kootonay.
'I'uke   notlco   thul    Mulconi    Melnues,    of
Mldnnporo, Alln., occupation Mill owner, inteuils iu apply tui a M|ioeiul timber lleenee
over thu following described bonis:
No. 6 L'oiiiuu iieiug al a post plumed at the N.W.
Cnrner or my Timher licence Nu. |03tl9, thence
nurlli -m ehulns. thonee eust UM chuius. thonoe
suiit.h tn uiiu ihk. thenee west KM chuins to point
of couiineiiceuieiil. uml containing HIO acre*
inure or less'.
Malcom Melnues.
Dated 1Mb, July 1607 ;u
ORANBROOK LAND DISTRTCT
Dislriel of Kootenay
Tuke   notice   thut    Mulconi    Mclnnes.    uf
Mldnnporo, Alta., ocouputlon Mill owner. Intends 10 upply for ii speeiui Umber licence over
ibe following ilcscribcii lunds;—
Ni).'.t> Commencing ul it post planted SflclmltH
west of the Crowing ot tho North Fori, of Michel
Creek by one of lhe Ninth boundaries of Hloek
1588, theuoo wost bin chuius. thence north 40
tliu ins, thenco enst nm cliuius. tlience suuth -Ul
ibuiiis to point uf commencement uml con lnt ti.
in-,' fHO acres, more or les?.
Mnlcnm Molnuoss.
Dnted Ifilb July, 1907. Rl
CRANBROOK LAND DISTUICT
Districl of Kootenay.
Tuko notlco thut Malcom Mclnnes. of
Midnnporo, Altu, ocouputlon Mill owner, intends lo npply for n speeiui timher lieeuee over
the following described lands:
Nu.il Commencing ul ti post plunteil ut S.V..
Corner of application No.3>i Malcom Mcluues.
llience wost UM elmlns, thenco north 40 ehnlns,
ibence eust 100 ehnlns, thenco soutli in chuius to
point or commencement, uml containing 010
hitus. more or less.
Mulcom Mclnnes.
Dated 1Mb. July bHir. :tl
CKANUUOOK LAND HISTKUT.
District of Kootenity.
Notice is hereby given that I Cloorge Hell of
Kurs, Out., funnel'. Intend to upply to the Chief
iinissiotier of Lumls uml Works fur pentlls
i to obtain u speeiui Timber License uver
ihe (olIowhiK dosorlbod  In nil   In   Southeast
Koutcnuy:
Commonelng nt n post pluntod ut the south-
west corner uf Lot SHI. liroup One. Thence
nurlli eighty (80.00) chains. Ibence west eighty
(80.00) chains, ihonee south eighty (80.00) chains
tbence east eighty (80.00) chuius to Ihe plnee of
beginning,
0 oor go iteil
PortK.H. MaVIUIe Agent
Datod this SHh day of July, r.1117. ___        :it_
CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuko notice tlml  1 Wllllum Staples o' Wycliffe B. O., occupation lumberman, intend to
npply for permission to purchuse the following
dosorlbod land; Commencing nt n pnst planted in clialns west of the west boundary of Lot
-.'iHii. theuce north CO elmlns. theneu east 4fi
ehulns mure 01 less 10 lhe western boundary of
Lot '-.(Mii theuce  south Ml chuins more or less lo
the hunk ur the St. Marys river, theuce following tho St. Marys river in 11 westerly dlreellon
tn the pluee of beginning uiiii containing U00
ueres more or less.
William Staples.
Dated July flrd. 1007. HO
CRANHROOK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootenay.
Tuke notiee thai c. A, QsHltlll or Kimberley,
II.C.11 buriuiiii. Intends to apply forn special
tlmbor lieence over ihe following described
lumls:
Commencing  ut 11 pout pluuleil :m ehulns
north uiul ."iu 1 luiliis west of lhe southwest corner ur Lot 1870, thenee BOUtll 188 cliuius t hence
wesl fW ehulns. tlienee nurth 188 chuins. thenee
ensi M) elmlns to place or beginning contain ing
UK) ueres more or less.
C A. Qusltlll
Duted June 8,11)07, -J7
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Bul Id inn, Cumberland. H.O. will bo reooivod
at tills otlleo until Monday, August 19, UfflT, Inclusively, fur tlio coiistruotlon of u J-ublii'
Building, Cumberland, ll; 0.
I'luns nmi Hpouifleattoii can W seen and forma
of lender obtained at this Department uml un
npitlk'uiiuu to tliu I'ustiiiiisU'r iii Cumberland,
Persons tender ing aro nottlloil that tenders
will uot be considered unless mude un tlio
printed form supplied, hiuI signed wilh their
mi Uml signatures.
Eueli tender must be accompained by un
pceepted cheque un it eluirtered bunk, id title
payable to thu order of the Honourable the
Minister uf public Works, equal lo ten por
cent (U) p. ci of tliu uiiiuiiiii of the tender,
which will bo forfeited if lho party tendering
decline to enter into contract' whon called upon
to do so. or if hu tail to complete tho work contracted for. if tin' teuder bo not ncooptud the
chequi will be returned.
Tho department does nut bind luolf to nccept
Uu- lowest or any tender.
By Order,
r'KEU. Q13MNAS,
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Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, July 19,1907.
CKANBKOOK I,AND DISTRICT,
District uf Kootonuy.
Take notice thst Kmma Jowitl uf Wardner
R, ('.. widow intuiuls to npply for permission to
purchase the following Uoscrlhcd land!
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
west cornor of Lot i. Group I. Kootonay District, thence south su clintim, theuce oast 20
chains, thenco north 80 chains, thonco wesi -.ni
chains to point of commencement, mul containing liUl acres mure or loss,
Kmiiiii Jewitt.
Dated Juno 11 tli 1907, n
CKANHKOOK LAND DISTUICT,
DISTUICT OK KOOTKNAV.
Take notice that William Nelson ur Wardner
oeeuptiiloii labourer Intends lo apply for permission to purchase tbe following described
land:
Commenoing at a poet plunteil nt the northeast curlier of Lot DIM. thence north W> ehuins.
thenee wesi in ehuins, thenee south HO chains,
thetiee east -to chains lo poln [ of eutuiuencetueut.
unit containing KM acres, more ur less.
William Nelsou.
Dutcil June tltli, 1907. 24
CKANUHiioK LAND DISTRICT.
District of Kootonay,
Tuke UOtlco thut Kilwurd Covell. of Ciim-
bruok, occupation, prospector, Inlands to npply
torn special timber licence over ihe following
lleserilieil limits:
Commencing at a post planted at the nortli*
enst cur - uf Alex McKcii/.tes Timber Licence
aboul in chains enst of lho upper ond ur thu
canyon on lho Utile Movie  lllvor, thtmee
south lo the southeasl corner of the sulil
lieeuee. thence west su chains tu the Uttst MllO
uf  W   S.   Hell's lieeuee. theuce soutli  to llle
iiorlli line of Wilson's lleei , thoneo east to
the Mr mi ll il Ki Holme's licence, thonco
nnrth I9i ehulns. thonco west tn tho plu f
beginning contaliiiiiH mu aires, more or |osb,
Kdwant Covell
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With some
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The Celebration will open in forenoon with a big
Labor parade "Entirely different to former years"
headed by Brass Band.
Afternoon Sports will be held on Recreation
Grounds commencing at 1 o'clock.
See Posters for full particulars.
S. MACDONALD,      T. J. DORIS,
President 1st Vice-President
H. WHITE,
Sec.'y-Treas.
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PATMOUB HAM,
Sunday Sorvices:
Aflei'iioou   -   -   3 o'ulouk
l'',v,-iiinn-     .     .    .s (,'i'ltick
Stiniluy Si-lmol ai 1.45 p.m.
Moolings lii-lil t-vi-i-y iii<rlii   In   llie
vvuok uxi'L-|)t. Monday ill d p.ni.
tyhe tyKozpertot
SATURDAY. Al'<il\ST 17, L907.
CKANIIIUHIK  I.ANH I'lNTKUT
Lilnrleiuf Knot iy.
Take uotluo iimi, 1,1-shT Clapp, of
I'l'iuiliiniik ouuupution liul-olkuuput',
intt'iul* lo apply for ii spi'i'iul lliu bur
lli'i'iuv ovot* the Follow I n tf iloHcrlbud
IiiiiOh!
Oouuuouuintf iti it posl pliininl HO
ctiaiiixiiiiHlof Ihu 2U Milr I'onl un lhe
Kual Miiu ore. I'. K. I Hi ir k  IBOii  l-liwt-
Kootunay, iiliom iwt io uliultui-tihoiiuQ
nurlli luo I'lminH. Miunuo wchI 40ulialu»,
Llmnuu Moutli UK) i'liuins lo polutofuotii-
iiiiMii'i'iiii'iit, mul I'liiiluiiiinu UlO mu'Ufl,
mora or Ions,
Lontor Clupp.
Iluli'il July lilt. 1007. 28
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
1'iii'iii's  havlni*   IiiibIi yui'ils,
luul closnls to r.lriin,  mul n-fiiM1
iiinlli-i* In ln< Iii1<i-h iiwiiv, should
loilVU ui'ili'i's Willi mi'.
1,1'IIVU lll-lll-l-S III, lllll I 'Il-.V I 'll'l'lia I'llll-,-
or drop il postal nurd In lion 105,
Mr. Borden's Tour.
The visit to British Columbia
of Mr. ll. L, Borden, the loader
of the opposition in tlie Dominion
House, is an event of more than
usual interest. It, is gratifying
to uole the appreciative reference
which havo appeared In the press
generally to the character and
ability of the conservative leader.
In playing the great game of
polities it is porhapsnatural that
individuals and papers alike
should criticlso loo liercely and
unfairly the men who lead the
party to which Ihey are opposed
anil who direct its policy. Hut
Canada is somewhat more than
a struggling colony at the present
day, and if in connection with
Canadian affairs, we insistently,
and rightly, urge the use of the
word "national," it is time that
we treat, wilh something like a
wholesome respect tho leading
men of the mil ion, regardless of
party,
Should public men of the stamp
of Sir Wilfriil Laurier or Mr.
Pioldlng i-iiini" Ibis way it is cor-
tain that llriiisli Columbians nf
all kinds would bo glad to see
thom, It is pleasant to behove
liml in'lie ruse of Mr. Borden
also, his character and ability
will be cordially recognised by
all, ami lhat he will gol a hearty
OKANBROOK LAND DISTRICT,
District ol Kimli-iijiy.
TAKK iiiillri- Uml 000. Ki'imuily nl I'riin
brook oi'<-iipulton lilnukmnlili, lntoml to uiiply
l„rilK|lt','illl lllllil,','   Ill-UllOO ,HIT lln- IllllllUillll
ili-arrtiii-ii IiiiiiIk:     (.'oniinonolnu m n pom
iiiinn il in iin- Hontiiwoi,! oornor ol llmlior limit
1 No Willi, UK-IK-,' WOHl III I'lllllllH. IIii-i  snlllll in
j I'IiiiIiih. 11,,-,  mat   HI i'lmlna, iln'iii'a tioi-lli III
joliiihiH iii poinl ol i'niil nii'iii'i'iiu'iit. uml ,'iui
tllllillill iminri,-.. in,„-,',,t ll-HS,
lloo. Ken l.v
llllllll AllltUHl. IhI   IIHJT, IW
welcome lo this great province.
Mr. llorden is not whal is popularly called a shoiVy man. He
has no ready command of catch
phrases, nor does he make those
exuberant appeals to the crowd
which are sometimes so disappoint ingon analysis. It bus been
well said lluit those who know
him best esteem him most. He
will visit several of lhe inland
cities afler leaving tlio coasl towards the end of September and
we believe that liis tour here will
have excellent results -Nelson
Canadian.
Where is all the Money?
Toronto Telegram: Toronto
asked tlie great political quest ion:
Where did tho money come from?
Echo continues lo answer:
Where?
Canada is now asking llio groal
commercial question; Where
has the inouey gone to?
Down easl the bankers explain
lliiil the greal necessities of
development in llie newer
portions of the Dominion are
drawing the money to tho wesl.
Out west the people say tbal
the bankers are keeping the
money down east.
The scarcity of money and the
causes thereof bring poople face
lo face with a mystery as Inscrutable and defiant of explanation as other greal mysteries
ol life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness.
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Because they ar* tempered
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CARBO-MAGNETIC RAZORS
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SATUIlDAV, AUGUST 17, 1907
CANDY KITCHEN
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NOTICE.
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Have You
Detective Euesioiit?
Half   tin,   .-.,,-    n l'l.'-   .'mii''   Iniin    negluct.
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ynn |i,.|-r.-i-i vision in lln- wnl nl' jour lliu,
Wm. F. TATE
THK JEWELER
Cl' ll, Wal.'li Inspectors Ui-owh1 Nesl. ua»s Division
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CUTLERY
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♦Crunbrook,  B.C. HARDWARE^
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flcciflent Policies a STEWART'S I
Fresh Cantaloupes al Stewarts,
Dave Elmer was up from
Klngsgate Tuesday on business.
Chas. Pinch of Jaffray wus in
the City Monday.
Mrs. P. Jones of ./affray wus
shopping in Cranbrook Tuesday.
P. Jensen, a Wasa, timber
cruiser was in the city Monday.
Cucumbers   and  tomatoes at
Stewarts.
Harry Bradford of Wycliffe
was in the city Thursday on his
way to the coast.
C. C. Jennings and P. Whyte
of Toronto were transacting
business at Cranbrook Monday.
I. Biut'li of WyclilTe was a
guest at the Cosmopolitan Sunday last.
R. fi. Bedllngton, Fred (.'.
Watson anil ,1. II. Smith of Calgary spent Sunday lusi in Cranbrook.
Constable .1. Walsh. Win.
Carlin and Rev. (1. E, Carlin of
Stillwater, Minn, were gnosis at
the Crnnbrooli Monday.
.lames White, u Porl Steolo
timber cruiser was in the city
Momlay mi business connected
wiih Hu- location ol a number of
limits in iln- northern pari of the
district.
A regular monthly assembly
of Selkirk Preceptory and Priory
was held in the chapter rooms of
the Masonic Temple on Monday
evening. A number of Sir
Knigliis from Marysville and
Kimberley wore in attendance
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►7.011 pur year i-on-ra   j irulnsl
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Tin.  i.i.aihm;  nil IT' HTOUK
Arriving Today:
PLUMS, PEACHES, GRAPH'S
CANTALOUPES
WATERMELONS,  I'KAKS
APPLES, 'I'i iM ATI IKS
IJAZELWflOl) IOIC CREAM
Stewarts Fine Cbornlatos
Fred. W. Swain
IHHTRIOT   MII'INT
LOCAL, ACKNT WANTED
i Unil,nml,*, ll.C. Armstrong Av. , I'llOlie 75 ftrillhtl'OIIU, r\W.
Hugh Stewart
Frank Byron, manngov of tlio
Cnmbrook Reich Co. chiiic down
fre»ni Perry Crook Thursdny
Ho reports thai thu company
havo a largo iiuiuboi1 of Iwi.fl.n^
blocks, ns wi'll as n kiln of bricks
mi liunil.
OltANItltOOK I.ANII IHSTI.HT
IHhti'li'lnf Snnili Kimi Koilll'llii)'
'I'ulii' unlli'.' Mini I'niil ll'iiiilli'v. nf Pi iiiiiu in.I,
ll c . iii'i'ii|>iitiini iivi'iyiiiiin, IiHoikIh in n|i|ily
fm il s|ii"i'l.il tlinln'r llii'iii'i'over tllll   folltttt iin;
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CuiniiifiiinliiK nt■" imnl iiliuili'ii Lwnnml h liuir
milt's snnili of Itlni'li :i:u. tlimieu ensl HIuIiiiIiih,
tlii'ii.'i' uortliHO .-Imiiis. iln'iiiT nisi •lOaliiiliiu i<>
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Dated June 901b, W
T R Y
Dr. .Scott's Prescription
No. Ill) or
Cold Cure Tables
They ilo the work and arrest
the most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Boost for Labor Day.
Watermelons nl Stowarts.
flus. Thois of Perry crook
spenl several days this week in
Cranbrook.
The cool weather and showers
of the past weok havo made quite
a decreaso in tho grasshoppers.
Train Master Joo. MacNab,
who has been oast on n vacation
is back al work again.
Attention miners don't for
get the groat drilling contest,
open to llio Cranbrook-Pernie
district on Labor Day.
The Labor Day Cominitteo
havo been working faithfully
and have arrangements aboul
complete. No paius i.-- boing
spared to miiko provision both
for ihe pleasure nml comforl of
the visitors.
1 TOBACCOS I
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Paces Twist /
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Wastover f
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1IOOTH TO LET
Booth on Grounds Labor Dny
lo be lot by tondor. Sealed Bids
will be received up to ii p.m.
Saturday Aug. 17. 1P07.
II. White, Soc.'y.
Methodist Church.
Kinii'itT llruijs. I'listor
Sunday Morning Soi-vlne at 11 n.m.
Pulton-ship mootliig - - 12-15 a.m.
Sninluj Si-lnuilami BibleChwsS [l.m.
A special invitation is given to
young men to attend tho pastors
bible class.
Mens' Shoes for Street Wear
WITH WELTED SOLUS
THAT ENSURE COMPORT
Quality,   is   a   Step   Forward
Cost,   a   Step   Backward
G. T. ROGERS.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
Cut Class, Boots, SIhics, Rubbers, Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery.
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CIGAR STORE |
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I'ltANIIIlOOK  LAND DIHTIUOT.
District nl Kiinla-iiiiy.
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Still Continues
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Dliiii'nr k'*H In I Inili'T Iin nn' Nn. I.ImI.. Uli'HCU
ivuhI >'■ i>Iiii I iii'i'iiitiiiii:.Kiivlur iiii'i'iTini iimi
jiorlloii covuroil ItyChilili I'ro utniiUmi No wio
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Datod Augusi i-'iili. I0OT. n:\
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9 For a Few Days Longer we Sell 9
Men's Fit Reform Suits at a discount of,.. 25
Straw Hats at   HALF PRICE
Regettn Shirts, mill sizes, worth $1.00
to S1.50   75cts.
A lew Skirts left  Half Price     f
Bloiist's  ONE THIRD OFF      "
I .mlies I 'niliielliis iiiiiI I'.iiiisiils... .One Third Off
Ready to Wear Millinery  Half Price
Carpets by the yard  One Third Off
All  Carpel   Squares  25    Off
NO CHOI'S CIIAI'IIKI) AT TIIKSK PRICES
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