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Vol. 18.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, hBBJiUARY O, I907.
No. 6.
PEUPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitor.; Horn and There   People
Who Oomo to Cranhrook and
Those Who Uo Away.
A Anderson of Wardner was
iu town Friday,
G. Trasher came down from
Kimberley Thursday on husiness.
Paliiinrn Urns.. Tinners ami
Plumbers.
A. Krappel of Klko was In the
city Thursday.
The "Scarlet Mysteries"at the
Wentworth Hull to-night.
Prank Clapp was up Inun
Vahk Kriday. lie reports Ims
of snow in ihni vicinity.
"Jim" Bales lefl Friday oh
a visit in Vancouver aud other
coasl cities.
The Wilier Supply Co., colli-
inonced thawingoul frozen water
pipes by electricity Friday.
Robert and Duncan Dewar of
Marysville spent several days
this week in Cranbrook.
It was  Kin}
and  MoBrtdo
l'l! seats.
• at Cranbrook—
al   Victoria  with
F, 6, Pursier Calgary, and C.
Cartwright nf Waldo were guests
at the Cranbrook Priday.
Mr. anil Mrs. L. M. Mansfield
of Hosuier were visiting friends
at Crunbrook this week.
"Dili''" Mclnnes to the Ottawa
machine- "They shot us full of
holes" nt Vancouver on February
2nd.
Selkirk* Preceptory aud Priory
held its regular monthly assembly in the Masonic Temple on
Thursday evening.
WANTED a situation by a
lady to iiu chamber work or general house work. Apply al this
office.
R H. Carley of Nelson was in
town this week making the necessary arrangements to locate at
Cranbrook,
Tate k Sun havo a tine line of
"EYE OPENERS." Iluy one
of their alarm clocks and you
will realize that tbe above statement is true.
G. A. Mclntire, A. Scott, W.
J. Brown anil G. R, Green, all
of Vancouver were registered at
the Cranhrook Thursday.
J. Volume of Fernie was in
the city Thursday. He returned
on the local early Friday morn
ing.
James (Ireerof Edmonton was
shaking hands with Cranbrook
friends fur several days tbi:
week.
"Dill" Forest, au old time resident of the Kootenays, now a
prairie rancher in Alberta was
in town Friday lasl.
The olHcial couut of the returns uf the Cranlirook riding
was held in lhe council chamber
oil Tuesday.
J. Staples nf Indian Head and
C. P. Tlsdale of Viltoria, Ont.,
were shaking hands witli their
many friends in Cranbrook
Wednesday.
W. Jackson of Creston, J. M.
Bureh. of Butte. Mont., A.
Musser. of Kimberley, 0. A.
Gaskell, of Kimberley and W.
Clayton of Nelson were guests
at the Royal this week.
Dave Newell who has been at
Porl Simpson for lhe past two
years arrived at Cranbrook
Monday. He says that the Conservatives will win outiaSkeena.
.1. P. Fink, uf llie Fink Mercantile Co., who has been visiting nl llie enlist fm* ilie pasl two
weeks is expected  home  today,
We havo n great name inr sell
ing   lhe   besl,    -STEWARTS''
Chocolates uml  Iluu   Bons aro
niule    fur    those    who  desire
nuillty   pure and delicious,    II
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
Whole Force Resigns.
Fertile, Peb. 7 (Special) •
Owing in a dlU'oreucc nf opinion
between Iho new ly elected mayor
Dr. Ronnnll, and the city police
force, lhe hitter which consists
nl chief Walker, oonslnblas
Diitble, Culled mul Johnson,
have resigned in a body. If. S.
Raslidnll is chief nf police pro
tern.
MARPOLE SPEAKS ON B. C.
(1. P.  R.  Official Predicts   Great
Things in Development During
the Coming Summer.
Winnipeg. Fell 11--Inan interview last night with regard to
the future of British Columbia,
Mr. Marpole spoke in the most
optimistic strain.
"Tlie West motto was, 'Live
and lei live.' There were piles
of gold awaiting iu British
Columbia for young men with
grit who were prepared to rustle.
Eveiything in the province was
thriving, fisheries,mines, lumber
and fruil industries."
Questioned with regard to
coolie labor from British
India, Mr. Marpole considered that the Indian coolie had
been a failure and he was little
hopeful of that class of labor.
"The Indians," said Mr.
Marpole, were not reliable and
through of little use on fruit
ranches they hud a much stronger instinct for fishing and would
travel long distances to gratify
it."
For Vancouver Mr. Marpole
prophesied great things. He
believed it would soon have a
population of 100,000. He was
noi sure the real estate boom
was not overdone.
Victoria and Vancouver Island
would always be popular on account of the delightful climate
and the natural beauty to be enjoyed theio. Victoria and its
surroundings greatly resembled
the Welsh coast and the shores
of Southwest England.
We have just completed the
semi-annual inspection of C. P.
H. watches for the Crow's Nest
Pass division and are now in a
position tn give you quick sor
vice in watch repairing
St Son, lhe jewelers
Tate
A   MAJORITY   OF   TEN
Triumph of British Columbia Conservative Party
Results Now Known in all hut Two Ridings,—Returns to Date Show
Twenty-Seven Conservatives, Twelve Liberals and Three Socialists
With Two Constituencies to Hear From—Skeena Will Probably
Elect a Conservative.
THK   SUCCESSFUL   CANDIDATES
Constituencies
Conservative
Atlin |Dr. Young
Alberni	
Cariboo, No 1
Cariboo, No 2
Chilliwack.,.
Columbia |H. G. Parsons
Comox |B Grant.
Cowichan |W. H. Hay ward.
Cranbrook
Delta	
Dewdney    |R. McBride.
Esquimau
Fernie    |W. B. Boss.
Grand Forks
Greenwood .
Islands A. R. McPhillips.
Kamloops. F. J. Fulton.
Kaslo N. F. McKay.
Nanaimo..
Nelson ...
Newcastle
New Westminster   JT. Gilford.
Okanagan |P. Ellison
Revelstoke T. Taylor.
Richmond    F. Carter-Cotton
Rossland	
Saanich  D. M. Eberts.
Similkainetm    L. W. Shtttford.
Skeena 	
Sloean Wm. Hunter.
Vancouver No I R. G. Tatlow.
"    No 2    .7. F. Garden,
"      "   No 3 A. H. MacGowan.
u      "   No I W. .1. Bowser.
"      '■   No 5     Dr. McGuire.
Liberal
Socialist
II. Brewster.
H. Jones.
jR. Yorston.
0. W. Monroe.
IJ. H. King.
J. Oliver.
J. Jardine.
G. R. Naden.
I. Mclnnes.
IG. A. B. Hall.
Hawthornihwaito
P. Williams.
I. A. Maedonald.
No 1          .     .
Hon. R. McBride
A. B. Thompson.
H. Behusou.
F. Davie.
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Lillooet elects C. VV. Monroe. Liberal, and Skeena will go Conservative.
Japan's Denial.
Paris, Feb. 0—M. Kusino, Ihe
Japanese minister, today formally denied the report Unit, Japan hud presented uu ultimatum
on the subject of lhe Sun Francisco school question to the
United States, declaring thai
Japan was satisfied with the attitude of llie United States governmenl and was confident that
the whole question would he
settled.
Among the Curlers.
Local curlers were busy during the past week. Several important games have heen played.
The Henderson and Wilson
rink are in the finals for the
Fink Mercantile trophy.
Dined King Edward.
Paris, Feb. ti—President
Fallieres gave a luncheon at tho
Elysee palace today in honor of
king Edward.
Collision at Fernie.
Feruie, Feb. ti. -A collision
occurred on Monday at 10 o'clock
on the Morrissey, Fernie St Michel railway at-Coal Creek, between a light engine and a coal
car, with the result that the engine wus badly damaged and the
car was put out of business,
while the engineer had a narrow
lust week. "Hill" saysIesoape from death or severe in-
\,i„.'(.iitTar,l, the returned,.1|ry|  m||y   ^.^   MmM  ,jy
jumping,   The   accident     wns
caused hy a misplaced switch,
Win. Venables of Medicino
Hat was enjoying " visit to Cranbrook
that. •	
Conservative member for New
Westminster is a "dandy," and
"Hill" always speaks the truth.
Basket Ball.
The basket ball series is now
organized. There are live teams
in the field and the schedule is
arranged. Two games will be
played each week in the "gym,"
Tuesday and Friday evenings of
each week, commencing at I) p.
m. sharp. The following teams
are registered: Fire brigade,
Hanks. C. P. B., Town and
"Gym." Each team plays
each oilier at least twice and by
the end of the season il is cer
tain some fast games will be
witnessed. The boys will charge
10 cents admission to each gume
to defray expenses. The first
gamo will be played next Tuesday evening.
Shareholders Meet at Wardner.
The annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Crow's Nest,
Pass Lumber Co., Limited, was
held in the company's office at
Wardner on Monday The
annual report showed that the
company had been very successful during the past year. Among
those present were, John Breokenrldge. president, D. Brocken*
ridge, Wm. Carlin of Fort Sleele
and A. Doyle of Cranbrook.
A Wind Bag.
A former machine pillar of Ihe
Liberal parly in this province
said recently that he once believed Willie Mclnnes to be a
brainy man but now he is con*
the machine man smiled like one
that had been deceived. "Pa*
jama" William deceived no one
at Cranbrook. The only party
that was deceived was the Ottawa machine and the G. T. P.
Earl drey's Bereavement.
Ottawa, Feb. li.—Telegrams of
sympathy and condolence from
all parts of Canada and cables
from Groat Britain continue to
pour into Government House to
Earl Grey over the death of his
daughter. The funeral will be
conducted with simple ceremony
al Government House before the
body is entrained for St. John,
where it will lie placed on board
the steamship Empress of Britain for interment in Great Brit*
uin.	
Gas Explosion.
Clias. Farrell, an old time resident of this district, who is now
located at Pincher Station in the
Hotel business, was budly injured
last week by an explosion of
acotyltno gas while making repairs on u gas machine. Mr.
Parrel came neur losing both
eyes,
Lost in British Columbia.
rails, making possible u speed ut
Iwo miles a minute, I1 is -nai
ihal Vi. Vi. B. M„ is counting
lies nu the dead line at tiie same
rate of speed,
A Liberal cry We won 10
seats without a leader lasl elec
tiou, We will win out this time
with our party organised, They
may have a dozen raw.
Richard is the 'Brideof British
Columbia.
.1. A. Macdonald's chances for
the premiership of this provhice
looks about as good us Fred,
Simpson's to be the nominee of
tbe Liberal party in the next
Dominion election.
The Liberals had one yell ou
Saturday night the bulauce of
the night was disturbed hy the
constant yelling of tlie victorious
Conservatives.
Where is the man who predicted an open winter? llu is lhe
same specie of the long eared
animal as "Mclnness" who predicted a Liberal land slide in
British Columbia  last Saturday.
The people have spoken und
there is no appeal—except in
your conscience.
The word on every tongue,
Sunday morning. "I told you
so."
Last Saturday was "Ground
Hog" day and the hibernated pig
saw his shadow, so according to
the ancient proverbial saying.
we will have six weeks more
winter. Last Saturday wus also
Conservative duy in this pro
vinco, and that party had the
exquisite pleasure of seeing the
Liberalist shadow us that is
about all that is left of the party
—So accordingly we will have
four years more of peace, plenty
and prosperity.
The voice of tlie people has
been heard in this province,
Also in Ottawa. There was
something of unusual interest in
the voice, to the "Ottawa Machine" and the G, T. P. It was
hurled in tones of thunder, from
the Pacific to tlie Atlantic
' Hands Off, of British Columbia.
MEETlNli UF COUNCIL
Eleotion Aftermath.
It is reported that Sir Wilfrid
is retiring. We wonder if it is
on account of T. Eaton's death,
or the McBride victory in British
Columbia.
Willie is wandering buck of
the dead line- somewhere. A
few like Mclnues would kill any
party.
Saturday was a cold day in
British Columbia, the coldest in
its history for Ihe Liberal party.
Patterson thought that he
would be Mayor of Victoria and
member for the Island. He Is
neither.
Where there is life there is
hope- Hut there is not much of
either in the Liberal parly just
now.
Good times for (our more
years.
Does flic Ottawa machine need
auy more evidence in regard to
better terms»
We will not belong lo the (i.
T. P., for a few years yet.
"Weary Willie" the tie counter
—I could win any seat on Vancouver Island we have eight
now.
At  Cranbrook.
Dr. King,  tliu Liberal candidate,  won out.   The following
table shows   the  result in  the
different precincts:
King   Harvey Kelly
Cranbrook 298      202 70
Standard     12         8 ::
Wasa            8         ti 7,
Wattsburg
Ft. Steele
Wardner
Kimberley
Yahk
Ryan
Crothers
Moyie
Marysville
Total
298
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spoilt
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ballots.
I did hot choose an easy riding,
Beports reached Craubrook on' but chose Vancouver City n  red
Saturday last, that a number of"
Liberals were lost in the tall
timber of this province. Wheu
last seen they were heading for
tbel.i. T. P. They each bad a
hundred dollars up that they
| would reach the line, "the dead
hot Conservative nest, and I
will win.tbere. says "Bill" of lhe
Yukon.—Did hut He got badly
scorched.
There were 21
On the Crow Line
Travel has been Interrupted
to n large extent on the Crow
line during tlie past week. The
following wus tlie "menu" served
on No, J which wns thirty hours
making the run from Medicine
Hat tn Cranbrook:
HOTEL
Pe La Baggage Cafe
Soup Off
Cold  Meats
Cornell    a   La   Beefu,   Tinned.
Boiled i ix Tongue
Hot Ments
Oil
Soda   btiiseulls    ;i   I,a   Tinned
Pastry   i Iff
Coffee Tea
No meals under Old
Laurier Will Retire.
vlnced that he is nothing but a line'   They found the line,
wind bag from top tohottom and tho hundred "thanks."
lost
S|it-i-li,l lu ttle I'i ua|ii-i-u,i-
Montreal, Fob. 4   La Canadian
says: - "We persist iu the al'fir
Tho editor of Ihe Nelson Daily jmation thnt the news nl llie  re
News must be a swift guy,  who i tiremeut of Sir Wilfrid  Laurier
is only equalled by the G. T. P. j which we  published  last  weok
who accordine to tlie News editor, are laying 100 pound steel
is  founded on  Ihe  precise   ex
presslon of Sir Wilfrid himself,
What the City Dads are Doing to
Promote   the   Wolfare
of the City.
A mooting ol iln- city council
was lii'lil nn Wednesday evening.
There wen* present, his worship
mayor Finlay in tin- chair and
aldermen Ryan, Mil ownn and
Gill.
Minutes ol iln- meetings held
nn January 21st, unii 28rd, were
read and on iiiotinu adopted.
Communications from Harvoy,
McCarler nml Maedonald, iv
Stewart's account, nlsoono from
Rossland Cily council, inviting
council in intend tin- carnival at
Rosslund, woro read und tiled.
\V. i; Bouttio prosonted a pe*
titlon us It iug the council lo grade
ce'rliiin portions nf Van Horn
Avenue, pel ii inn was referred tn
Board nl Works,
ll wus moved that the cily
treiisiirei-.be rci | uesi ei I.in arrange
till' 11  new   llllllll.
The question nf salaries was
carried ovor lo the next lull
meeting nf the council.
li was moved that Iho court nf
Rovision of the corporation of
tin- city .nl Cranbrook. be held
mi the IStll duy iif March, 11)07,
ui tin- hour nf In a. in. iliii-iil
time) ul iln- council chambers,
Cranbrook, nml that notice
thereof lie inserted in !!. I'.
Gazette, Tho Prospector ami
Cranbrook Herald. The courl
nf revision will consist nf the
following members of the council: 'I'lu- mayor uml aldermen
Fink, dill. McCowan uml Hickenbotham.
Owing in ihe absence nf aldermen Kink and Hickenbotham,
wlin are on the finance committee
tlie regular monthly accounts
were noi passed upon, A
special meeting will be called
upon the ruliiru of Messrs. Fink
St Hlckenbotbum.
Council adjourned nt   I" p. in.
Yukon ''Bill"
A report reached Cranbrook
ou Saturday lusi that "Yukon
Hill," had been presented Willi
a "tie pass.'' ui Vancouver, by
the G, T. P., and is now counting ties from Kn-ien Island tn
the Alberta line.
Public School Report
Following is a  report   of   the
Cranbrook  public   schools    for
Hie mouth of January 1907:
Div.   1
[F*. H. Aniti'i'-oii, Toucher.)
Pupils attending      Ii2
Average attendance 27.J2
Perfect attendance: Charles
McCowan, Joe Bourgoine, Edith
Hall. Maud Short. Harvey Dickson. Kathleen Bridges. Jessie
McCowan. Robert Finlay. Jessie
Kennedy. Bella Taylor. George
Kerr.
Dn*.  11.
Mi- Caldwell,  Traoher.)
Pupils attending 41
Average Attendance Hii
Perfect attendance: Georgina
Cartwright, Melvit Cartwright,
Grace Finley, Arthur Fowler.
Sadie i iillis. Louise Haeg.
Charles Laurie, Lillian McCowan, l Hive While.
Div,   III.
Mi- I'm-ily. Teacher.
Pupils attending      18
Average ntteandauce  ",7 07
Perfect allendancn: Lauretta
Armstrong. Bong Uoarlie, Marcus Dorr, I lordou Fowler, Curl
(lill, Amly Pullersou, Robert
Reid.
Div,    IV.
iMi-.-. ttaii   Teni'lii'i'.
Pupils attending      17
Average ullondanco .       ,88.11
Ported    attendance    Wilfrid
Bran 11.   Rollo   Johnstone,   I	
Lniili.  Lottie   Leusl,.   1,'iiiusl'oi'd
Parks
Div   v
iMias Ki-n/ii-r. Timelier,
Pupils attending     41
Average attendance 28,4", THE PROSPECTOR CRANBROOK 13 I . FEBRUARY "• U"1"
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7\. B. Grace,
PUBLISHER   ANH    EDITOR.
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RETURNS from all ovor
the Province are sufficiently complete lo enable Conservatives and Liberals alike to
appreciate the splendid victory
with which the electorate have!
recorded their appreciation of
the work of tho McBride government during the pasl three
year-. The administration hus
lieea sustained by tbe }■<-,>jil>*
wlin desire al least four years of
prosperity, The rallying cry ol
the Conservative party, "Hands
off" ni British Columbia, Is  now
n riled in  letters of gold  for
the benefit of the i ittawn machine. The government's ap
peal wa> almost wholly on ils
record. The Opposition was
up against the real thing, "the
electorate," with nothing but n
campaign of slander. Willie
Mclnnes, the snow man ol tin-
Yukon, did not last twelve
hours in the mild climate oi
Vancouver city. He should sojourn in tbe "banana" belt with
the "Old Mun" of the Herald,
or both might migrate to the
■•dead** line nf the 6, T. I'.,
without being missed by their
party.
If the Liberal party of British
Columbia desire to know how '
"Billy" Mclnnes will bo missed
in this province, lei them go the
coast, put their hands in the
waters nf Puget Sunn,I, pull
them out, then look for the hole
aaa
It is up to tho-electors of this
riding to turn the searchlighl of
reason and consistency upon Hie
doings of the Liberal party in
Ihis city for llie past week. On
Friday night, "the Czar" was ui
the Canadiau Corral with tho
long green.
Twenty-seven   Conservatives,
eleven Liberals, and threoSocialist was the blow that   killed  the
nlil Man" of ibe Herald.
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Have decided to unload their mammoth Stock of Ladies and Mens Furnishings and Furniture and if prices count for anything- will do it very quickly
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\\ t- ,\ ill quote you
Mens'*- Boys' Shoes
Ai such prices that will
niuke ynn think we never did
intend to pay for them.
Imagine ;i man's K'\ Call Shoe
worth sj.50 which Ul* will sell .it
Si."5. A bunch nl odd line*, to
cleat   at   ii.il   worth   mi\   where
■: - :    5 -   O to $ 5
Vie bought 81 hi pairs of  tritvi -
samples ol   American Shoes.     This
line we gol Fr if Duty and  ni   2d
.*' for Cash,   -lusi come aud listen to
as talk shoes
20tn cenwiru
Brand Cloth
Ai 111  « about Clotl ng     Vi>    11 1
*■ •    . : tl  Cent ury Brand C
ing
Clothing ■ hat w sl ing tish  you
from -.'ii. *  mei    ij   the 1 St,\
and Appearance,
["his  Iii - for tli
ne> * twi 1 weeks only at  t
wholesale    cost      ■ 51 -*.
s 14.110. $ 16.no and >: v - -. K  _■
S2Q.I ",'■   S22.00,   $24.01 1 .illii  iiii.O
no
We have uoo Suits ul uther
makes ih.it we will sell ;it $3.50,
$5.50 and 57,50,  Regularly sold at
sti. -,< t 11. -;ii .unl  1 -;.. ii 1.
BOYS   SUITS
Wr have .1 lnnu h ol Hoys Suits
tn sell .it 1.75, Smile nf them
u-.ilU worth 5.00 .nul 6.00,
IN   BOYS   SHOES
Even the wholesale cost will be
In--! sight nl.
In Dress Goods, Linens, Table
I.mens. Sheeting, etc. we will sell
,11 even less than wholesale cost.
FURNITURE.    We will
In pleased to show you and quote
\nii pruts uu this particular lino
also Carpets.
The fuel is simply this: We are under
heavy obligations to the Bunk uud
Wholesale Houses and must dig up a
certain amount of money In 11 limited
length of time. Socome early and
listen to our army of good natured
clerks tell you the story of their lives
and how we turn over the cash each
day to the bank.
N.B. Each day we are putting on a
Special Line FOR THAT DAY ONLY
Come and see what it is.
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HILL   6c   CO.
CRANBROOK'S GREATEST STORE
Professional.
Harvey, MoCarter & Maedonald
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOK,     *    H.C.
W. R. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranbl'OOk *   * British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
unit NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oranbrook, B.C.
G. H. Thompson
******ja>  BARRISTER .*; SOI.ICITOIl
*^~3m)  NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Craubrook, H.C.
THOMAS   McVITTII
P.U.S. <£■ C.B
Port Steele B.C.
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DR. E, W. CONNOLLY
Phusiclan and Suroeon
OFFICE ARMSTRONG AVE.
Hours: h to 11 u.in. 2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
I'linin- Oflioe 106     ltoniileni*e 109
CRANBROOK AERIE 967
F.     O.     Ea.
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The editor of the Herald says
"The Herald elected Dr.  King."
The majority of tho  | pie in
Cranbrook think dilToront, tho
Prospoctor is of the opinion Unit
Mr. ^f^MnS was the prime factor
in this election.
According lo ti. 10, Simpson,
the ('. P. R. by usinu aMOii.OUfl in
Vancouver and Victoria, succeeded in electingovory < lonservalive
in those constituencies, The
"Old mun" will have lo guess
again. It was better terms I'm*
llritish Columbia that pushed ■-,-<
the Liberal machine to tin- wall.  Ln
NOTICE.
.Villi,-,- i- licruhy Riven llllll  Ho ilnys
.ill.-,- ,1.-11.- I   inl,-inI   I,-  upply   l"   Hun.
'I'I,,-1 ■|n,-i' (' mi-si r "f LuihIs ntid
Worlci, in Victoria, II, C, forn lleoiine
lo |,i,i-i i tm',-nul nml  [letroleiiui on
lllU fllllllH'illl!   llosl'l-tllUll    liiml-.   -illllli''
In liluult l-'iti.l. SiiiiiIi-iiiiiI Kootonay illa-
l.l-llltof   lll-itlsll   l.'oillllllliUI    I'illllllli'lK'-
Ihr ni ii pout   pliintuil utljiiuunt i" llu-
11,,.
eluim. loi So. i-siis uml  liulnu   thu  ini-
linl or inirtli-wuHl I'di'iici- posl nf -\. 'I*.
ruliltt-iill's   louiitlon,   ih,-ii, us', so
-•hiiliii,; lliunuo Boiuli so uliulns, iliunuu
wusl SO uliulns: ttioi uoi-tli SO i-liuins
in |,l;< f lu-- i iiiii mu  eiiniulniny IHO
minis ■ li—.
I ul-uil N'ov. Illli  IIIOII.
A. T. Caldwell, I Uui'.
II, M. .l,,.i,t. ,\ffunt.
<®
1,-11,-illL* Ul   ll   |10Sl     plllllll'il    itlij
tliu soiilll-uusl   uul-nul- ol   M. j
'- ,-liiiin lot illillT nml lining Hie
How to Build Up Your
System
Howard's
Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil
Will Do It
ELECTED
Moot evory Wednesday
lit S.I10 p.m. in B.L.P. Hull
Vlsltlug   Brothers Cordially   Invited
i'has. smith, W. President
M. I). Billinos, Sucy.
Dr.  I'ottiu. Aerie Physician, P.O.
box -.'S.
^WMMnMM,ui,,t,t,i,,i,Mi,,
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
$ NO.  125.   R. A. M.
3 Regular meetlngBi—2nd Tuus-
% ilny in oaob month nt oiRht
3   o'ulouk.
Sojourning Companions   are
cordially invited,
WM. P. Tatk, Soribe E.
Box 4       ORANBROOK, II. C.
^.'W.'.W.WMTOWW.MWV
T II E-
^ootenay Steel Range
mie
The must effeclivo  battle cry uliulns, the
of the Conservative  parly  was west so ehi
"Hands off Ottawa.''   li  should •" i'1" '
be written in letters of gold.
usl uornui' pi i-t ul i tun.
Ion:   thul u-i   su
i-th SU i-liiiinsi iln	
ii-nuu south -u uhiilns
I in. -i .Nov. tstli toon.
*     * I,,-,,. M. Judd,   I. in
The local editor of the Cran*    <'»i  - - itupnsi planted -.-.
brook Herald was kind  enough, '*' "; l"wl '
two weeks ago, to  refer to the
editor of the  Prospector as  h ;,   \|      ,,,        .-,-,,,   - 	
man nf small  calibre.    In   reply -•-   ■  . -.- n   «n ,-lu
we  would  simply  suy  thai   we * ■ ■ ■*    ..-.,,■.,■.    .,,-.  •.,,-
never made nuy ureal claim , to .......    ., ,
, . | -■ lu ;,'   '	
brains uny  more  than   lur. ins
' [ ■■- -.  ,0 , l.m ii	
enough to run our own affairs ....   | ,,,,
and   mind  our   own    b isiness
% C. E. REID & CO.,   <g
% Phone 74        Tlie Druggists.^]
flh    PUKE DRUGS PINE STATIONERS'    NJ
^ * DISPENSING    OUT!   SI'KCIAI.TV. %>
Is The People's Choice
l'p to the time of going to press tliere   has   beeu   no  equal
found of the Kootenay Range, considering price und satisfaction,
FOR SALE BY
patmore bros. 'nar
and
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I Gaioaru Game Go.
-iii,i,i
The public admits it and  so  *;,:
have been gnml  to  us and  one runt n
thingiwe can say "we  have  not  ''"'*-
yet been ordered out of town  to !,'.'
gel out of the way."
-I of Jo
p
QUONG YUEN CO.
Iil-'AI.I-'.IIS   IN
General Merchandise and Groceries
Employment Agents
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4 Orders by mail will r ive prompt anil careful attention    \
* t
Fresh and Salted Heats
Fish and Pounry in Season
ANCIENT ORDER % FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MEETS   2ND  AND  1TH   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   invlud
C. It.,   A. MuCOWAN.
Secretary, T. MARSHALL
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L.C0HN !
Tailor % Importer of I
Fine Woolens.      *
Crunbrook, B.C.  Armstrong Ave  !
The .Maeiloinilil-f-iinilsey candi
date ai Pernie lost his deposit,
Maedonald played the "Dickons"
with his party al the rocpiesl of
the dial Company lawyer.
a      a       a
It might be interesting reading
lo the puirun- of the llorald, for
ihe "(ilil Man in Inform lum
Mi-lnness wns defeated, nlsn why
seven Liberals losl their deposit,
j A. Maedonald win lead u.
corporal's guard to Victoria on
March 10th The member rrom
Ur&nbrook will help patrol tha
Opposition bi'lll'lies tn sllVr  thuin
from tbe Socialists.
Mill  owners can get Fifty lo Ono Hundred Men  by  applying in
this company.    HOI? YI'KN Agenl
Posl Office address Quong Vuon Co, linx W71,
-   iim iu»i. I'linin- '.ni. Cranbrook, H.C
NOTICE.
Tiikf nulii'i- tlml iifu-t- ililrly ,lays I llllenil
U,:,|i|ily lu llll'Cllli-I l'iililit)laai„t„'r nl l.ioiiK
uml Works lur ii aiiri-lul 11 u-i- to out ,111,1
i-urry uiviiy llmlior linn, tlmlollowliif'tlCRortlioil
liuitl in soutliouBt Kootoiiiiyi
Cumiiiunoliii* ut u pnst plunteil uu llu- „-,-.i
l,:ii,k of Klk rivi-r uliiiiit I inllo tlbovo Hound
L'mti-lo, tlionoo wusi ,n rhntim. tlience imrtli
IH'.vlijtliia. tl|,-ii,',' oust in i-llllllls more ur loan
lo tlto lintili ul' I'll k rivor, tllonce following anid
lunik ii,,,,,, st ri-nii, in plnoo ol tiointnonuomout.
Nov. >iih. UHHI
'. I,, w. eatmore,
Order by Plume 45
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ITONSORIAL PARLOR!
ininnj   i'.i'ii 1140
SI.  -I  .-Hi.     ''.;■
:, '■.'.li    Vi'!'!'  I.
Tuke Nntli ■■ thai I liaj nfifii ilftld I In- j
ti-ii.i in npply in tlii i in-*! nnmm.islotim «l !
Uiul   nntl Work   nl . iisiurln   M   i      Im   pur- |
nu--.iot, in |ii,i.iui*,*   [ e..nv' (li'Mirltji'tl |
luml  Iti i*..i l K'i. ii ■ n
Wmi '"Mi- r nl i. iKB on tli" Mmiih Unv nf !
Mmm, po  -south nru'«ni inun - thpm ■
l.ii-t   Lwnnl      ■ ■ i.       ii"'   Hoiuh   uvunt]
tm.n 'i ■ ■ ■. .\, tortj phiiln iriihi in Innl
Lo th<< i'.u-.i iniiiK i.i tlio Kootomij rlvi i thom -
North forts i hnlnmilnng lhn RbrI bittitt, nJ tin
in*, in tho .-uli pnmllijl, theuoo Knii twentj
Iml nn moro m loan to plnro orcrimmfliii'vineni
on to! nl nn iai "'I'''- moro "i low
■I'M'iMAs ItKRCKKNKMHIK.
Itnvlil MrookciirlilRH, \vtA.
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
U«der  New   Management
MINUHAI. ACT.
(,-,,tlM V.)
OKItTl-'IOA'I'K ,il' IMI'IUIVUMKNTH.
NOTICE.
Victoria   uml  Jubilee   Mineral
Claims.
Sluimlii In llu- I'VirlMliilliKlilvlHluii ,,l  IlilMt
K,„,t y IllMilrt..
\VI„>ri|liii'illi'il•--illi Suulli aiili' ill St. Mary's
For n Cuol nnd Cloiin Slinvu
Or a Portoct Hnir Out
A Hot or Cold Bnth
T"WalterB.Laing,,r^,ii
BakorSti i. Cranbrook, B.C.
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W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Sti-uiii  Itoilurs und t-'ui'iinuu Work u
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.G.
J. M. DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
New Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   fiBESSS no,.,
11' .ii|i|ii;irti'i*s for niiiiin;;    V
1111-11  Ullll  lllll -tillll-l'.'i. -,'|
VYIlCIl vmi   tv.ilil    :i
ICO   I"
«    Maiiiloln
."D. A,',McDONALD, Manager
Wc Give You Your Money's Worth
Tiilio nntiou Uml  I Tliol, 'I', MuVlttlo, 1-',,-,-
M -.- c-rllllcilt,' Nn 1111,1:1, HKOtll Inl- luillnu,
nil   Hrl-'nrli  I'.M.O. No. II7I11II llllll  l-lilwiir.l  A.
■     \v I,- l''ii-J-   Ml s l-i-rtllli-iiti' Nn.   1*17-11 UA
ice   Id   Stop   come tn llie! ,„,.   Hixi,y  dnyii Iroin tliu il  Iiorool
i ii.„|,|,ly mllu- Minim- lli-i-iuili-r Im- ,i (■iirilll-
,-;,l,-,,l IlliprnVOt Ua. Ilir tin-  pilrpOKO nl nil-
Jl music I
Mrs   Hklnn teacher of the
mi a. nisiu-j        pianopohte
Special attention to touch,
technique,   phrasing   and
grading of studies,
Kor pui'l.liiiiliii'a npplv lu (1. I'!. Ituiil A
i'n., Tho l)runi,'isi.s.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter fl& Builder
miii
i i'i
imnl •
Hll   •>)    till'
.vmi further uilcv notloo thai itctlon, ttntlor
colloTi :it. imisi, In1 DomttioitL'cd before tlto Itmit-
m-i'iif mii'ii i orttftcatoof Improvflmouts.
hiit'-ii thin if'tii ilny "r Nov., 1000,
T T. Mt'VITTIK Agoni
Good Work al
ReUHOtiablc Price
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having back yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
matter to be taken away, should
leave orders with me.
Louvo ordera at, tliu City C'lurks offlco
ui' ilrup u |Mintiil uunl in ftox 105.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICt.; that thirty daya
iiltiir ilutu I intend to upply to tho Chlof
1'iiiiiuiinnioiiiirol Limits uml Worka for
porinlHsion to out uml carry nway
timber from tlio following doeorlboil
lunils in South Euat Kootonay!
foiniiiunuliiif ut a post, pluntod at. tho
North-woat cornor of Pat Kolly'a pro-
iiiiiptlon on Four Mllu Crook, thonco
north 1 mllu, thoncowoBtlmllo, thonco
"iiiiiii l milo, thonoo ot»t 1 mllotopluco
1 ('iimiiinnuumunt.
Office and Workshop  Lewis St   !"1""' ',""'""'y"""',"07
I     ' A.M. Fen
enwlelf. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B C, FEBRUARY !•• 1801
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FORT STEELE
BREWING CO., LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWER8 of EXTRA PINE
BEER %] PORTER
SO!
<Y   !"l     i'
lioUk'il  hcci
lor laitnl)
use a specialty
Orders
Outside
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812     b.
<7     TELEPHONE NO. I     $S
Fort  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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•%he gtroopector
SATURDAY, FEB. tl, 1907.
I
I
I
JUST   OPENED
C. HARRIS
11., s ul K , , Est u- nul Fattn pmperti
LIST YOUR "ROPERTY WITH ME
Has Huyers
fur even
Employ * nnt
■ul vo   will get ;i job.
Offlee— Call at once
*
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fj
Baiter    i
Olli'.ie    Cniiihr
.Or.
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♦  ♦ 9  9  9 9 9  9ft 4'4 9
B.
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The Painters,, I'up.rha.igurs, I te.
PO.
OUR LARGE, STOCK
9  OF  9
WALL PAPER
IS COMPLETE
Remember we carry the only stock of 1906
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
BOX 33     ARMSTRONG AVENUE    PHONK 111    £
NOTICE.
TuUo Notice tlmt sixty dnys ufter date I Intend to upply to thi' Chief tJommlssloher of
Lands nml World, nt Victoria H.O. for permission to imrchmn tlie following d"8orlbeJ lands
in -mull    "■' Ko-ioimy:
  i c   i ii po»t   n ib** southern boun
duryof loi 832 G.duu north nf the nortltoast
eorni-rof Lot '061 U; tbence w st mi chains,
mon oi Irss tuklng In the (motions thinoii
mm ii li)i*i-iiiiiM iiu- ■-■ i Mnt **0 L'bnlnsi thonco
north liu'hiitns to tliu point of commencement,
excepting therefrom so much ns muy bo In thu
bound ii lies nf Lot 80(11 itforesutd. In short the
lunds (.miii -rly oovorod under pre-emption record "»:»rt contniulng 800 neres inon- or less.
Dated at Fort Steele this 21th day of
January   IW7.
Edmund Josoph Walsh,
f, Josi'pll WtllBll   A i'l'll I.
CANADIAN
, PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Excir*si°n
.'{t    s
Rossland
Winter
Carnival
Fare and One
Third for
Round Trip
Prom Revelstoke; Fernie
uiul all Intermediate and
branch linn points.
NOTICE.
Take notlco I intend to apply to the
Chief t'oiiimissionar of Lands and
Works at Victoria (or a special license
Ui im' an i ca ry awuy timher from the
following described lands situate in
Smith Eusl KiiDtenH) district B.C.
A Commencing at a post nlanled on
the North, j n buiiiidui-y uf L"t'l82ftt
the oiuli l-'ust corner o Lot 3010
thence eas* 120 chains, thence nortb 80
chalnB, theni-e west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thenc* west HO chains,
thence south 40 chains to place of ba.
ginning.
Dutcil February 1st. 1907.
A. B. Penwiok, Locator
11 ComniciH-ing at a post planted at
the northwest corner of License A on
the -asl- boundary of Lot 8040, ihenee
north HO chains, thenoe oust HO chains,
tlienuo suuth HO chains, thenc, wost 80
chains tu plucc of beginning,
Uat d l-'ebriiary 1st, 11107
fl A. 11- Fenwick, Locator
Viotory of Conservatives.
Spadlll ,0 TH* PROSPECTOR.
Vancouver, Feb. 4.—Cheering
crowds of supporters thronged
lhe streets of Vancouver Satur
day, und paraded Ihe solid  and
victorious live when  il  became
cerlaiii  that  Ihe   conservatives
had won the election and would
1 have a, sweeping majority.   They
'gathered around in front ol the
, newspaper  offices   and   watched the bulletins tell  Ihe tale of
McBride's victory.   They blocked the car service and  let off
ti reworks until 4 o'clock Sunday
morning.
A POPULAR VIOTORY.
The victory was a popular on
in lhe city. There was much
belling on the result, probably
*Mr*0,000 changing hands, until
late on Saturday afternoon, when
Ifiiglheniiig faces of the Grit
candidates showed that they
were losing hope. After the
P il had closed the central emu
nutlet- rooms of the Liberals
were shut up and very few sup
purlers nf Mclnness and his lieu
lenunts could be fou d down
town.
RETURNS INCOMPLETE.
Through all the results are
noi yet in the sever,- weather of
the List few days having completely disiirgiini*!'d the lel^ph-
nn- si'i'viceln theupi'orcouiitry.il
is certain that the government
will have a majority of eight independent of Socialists and
labor members.
< arter-Cottnn's return in Rich
mond is practically assured
Two isolated booths yet to be
heard fr *ui. but they are both
coinii ded to be Conservative
strongholds.
CITIES ARE SOLID.
The return of all four Conservatives in Victoria, the citadel
of Liberalism, was the first toll
of the funeral hell of the Ottawa
machine in British Columbia.
BLAME THE MACHINE.
Prominent Liberals were hard
to find to day, but one leader in
the local party gave it as his
opinion that the completeness of
their defeat was due to the re
sentment of voters to the interference of Ottawa in provincial
affairs, it was a set back to the
nachine, which would be felt all
over Canada and in the prairie
province.
One of the most notable facts
connected with a country newspaper of today is the large increase in the amount of advertising of local business houses.
The change has taken place
gradually, and has been marked
especially during the past year
or so. It is highly significant,
and an inquiry as to the cause of
it is of great profit, not only to
those in the newspaper business,
but to every business man and
citizen of our town as well The
change in brief, means that local
merchants have found it neces
sary to call attention to their
goods because of the immense
competition they face the most
deadly i-lemeni of which is   that
from the great stores of the
large cities. These gnat estab
lislimi-uts advertise their wares
mosl lavishly, and the metropolitan newspapers which contain their advertisements are
distributed over the country,
some one paper of which enters
nearly every home. The result
is that these nn tropolitan establishments hnve built up an
immense mail trade. In our
lown, and indued iu most of tbe
towns hereabouts, there is no
occasion for this out of-town
buying The duty of citizens
in the matter is plain, and where
other things are equal support
should be given local dealers.
Our merchants have invested
their capital, have erected buildings, which are the pride of the
city, and have established concern" which are almost metropolitan lucliaraoter. They have
built up our little city, and it is
only a fair return that they have
the city's trade, to turn trade
otherwise, even in the line of
small purchases which are great
in the aggregate, is to invite the
d cline of property values in our
IIWU.
WHO PAYS THE DUTY.
Is the Money Lost to the Buyer
when the Government Gets it.
Over seventy million dollars
inns' he collected in Canada to
ineel the Government needs for
nine months    That is a lot of
in y    for   carrying   on    the
country's business.
Mosl of the money comes from
lhe customs duties paid by Canadian buyers. Who pays the
duiyf
When a man buys a pair of
American shoes he contributes a
dollar to the fund. Does he get
vaiue for it? The Slater Shoe
at H is made of the same leather
and in good style, and wears
justas well as the American Shoe
for which the dealer must get $5
for the buyers pays the duty. It's
a dollar thrown away—of course
the Government needs the
money. But need we pay it.—
Reid & Co. exclusive agents,
Cranbrook, B. C.
NOTICE.
To Joseph P, Schmueli, and to any
other party or parties to whom he may
have transferred his interest in the
"Black Horse" "Besslmer" "Masaba"
"Iron" and "Creek" Mineral Claims
situate on Ha Ha Creek East of Baker
Mountain In the Fort Steele Mininj*
Division of East Kootenay District, in
the Province of British Columbia;
TAKE NOTICE that you are hereby
required within ninety days from the
first publication of this notice to pay to
the undersigned the sum of $300.00 the
amount expended by him on your Interest in said claims for assessment
work up to October, 190(1.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE,
tbat unless Bald payment together with
all costs of advertising, 1b paid within
the time above stated, your interest in
said claims Bhall lapse to the undesigned
on account of said expenditure.
This notice is given under Section 4
of tbe Mineral Act Amendment Act,
1900.
Dated this 27th day of December, A
D. 1900.
62 Harry Melton
S***^N»eSt«9ti*MMS«*MS.. --.
Cline
ON SALE
Feby. 11 to 16.
LIMIT
Feby. 18th I
Par detailed information
apply to local agents,
Goo. Mill.it. Agent Cranbrook.
K. .1. Coylo, A.O.P.A.) Vannouver
,1. s. CAIM'KU, IM'.A., Nelson
COLUMBIAN  COLLED
NEW  WKSTMINSTEtt,   B C
Receives both Ladies am)
Gentlemen as Resident or as Day
Students. Has a complete Commercial or Business Course, Prepares students to gain Teachers'
Certificates of all grades. In
affiliation with Toronto Uni-
veusity gives the four years
course for the B. A, degree, and
the first, year ot the Toronto
School of Science. Has a
special "Prospectors Cour.se1'
for minors who work in B.C.
Instructions pivon in Art.
Music, Physical Culture and do-
qutlon,
For Calendar etc, address
"Columbian College".
Terra opens September 17th,
1900.
MANITOBA HOTEL
'•'intt Hash Work In ull branuhon
of the
Tonsorial Art
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To Whom It May Conoern.
Notice it. hereby (flveti to the owner
01 owners of the hornes a t! cattle ile
scribed herein, that the Httiek mentioned in this notice have, ^tra* ed upon and
now are on the premNeu o' tho under-
signed, and the owner or owners are
requested within ten days from the
ifote of this notice, to remove the said
horses and cattle from the said
prcmtHet-, after paying the undersigned
the expended incurred by them in advertising and in feeding the naid stock;
failing which tbe undersigned will deal
with the said Btock according to law:
1 colt, color bay, 2 hied foet white.
1 cow, color black and white, hrmd
ed "O" on each hip.
I steer, color d-irk bay. about three
years old, no brand.
Dated this 8th day of February A.D.,
1907.
(Signed) The Robin son- McKenzie
Lumber Co., Ltd.
t'> Cranbrook, B.C.
NOTICE.
Take Notice that, 1 intend to apply to tho
Ohiof (nmmlsiloner .ot Lotidi and works at
Victoria foruBpt'cial license to cut and carry
iiwh.v timber frum tbo followltiK described
lands in Soutb Kaat Kootenay:
Net Commencing at a post planted at the
s ¥. corner ut T. Rookes' llconie being soctmini
i-ast of the Houibeatt corner of Lot MH; thenoe
1'iiht ho chnlni.: thonco south SO chains: thenee
wentflOctMlnf.; tbence north hu chains to place
of commencement.
Dat-d.lHn. Wth. 1»7.
J. P. Bridged,
A. II. Fenwick,   Agent.
Tuke Ni LliM that I intend to npply to tho
Chief OotnmiBitonttr of Lands and Works for a
apodal license to out anil carry away timher
irom the fallowing described lauds situated in
xnilli   Kast Kootenay:
No. 2 Commencing at a pom planted at the
north wmi corner of license No. 1; thence nortb
HOehultm: thonco Oriit hu chains; thence south
BO ehnlns; thence west 80 chalni to plnct of
beginning,
I ia led Jan. Wtb, 1907.
J. V. Hrldgeii,
A. B- Ken wick,   Agent.
Take Notice that I intend  to  apply  to the
Chief CommUstonor of Lands and WorkH for a
upocl | license to out and carry away timber
from the following described lands Ntiuatoln
I South Btt»t  Kootonay:
|    so, a  Commonolng at a post planted at the
i N. ¥.   timer of T. Rookes'   limber  lieennt;
thence oast Bn chains; thonee north ho chains;
thonco wost so chains! thonco south ho chnlni.
to placo ul iicKlnnlng.
Imted .Inn tftth, 11107.
.1. ¥. Bridget*,
h A. II. Fenwick, Agent.
NOTICE-
Take Notice tbat I Inieftd to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of I,t»n»i« nmi Workl for a
.special Llcenoc to cut and -carry awav Umber
from th* following deacri oe<) lunds in Kast
Kooteuay District. Brltlab Columbia:
L1CENCI;   A.
Cotumeucing at a post planted about t mih* I
wesl of White rWer.cIosr io No. -£i mile poat
of C. P. il*. east ttoandary of blook4596; thence
north 80chains; theuce«ait 8U chains, thence
south 80 ehaius, tbenee west so chalnH to place
of beginning.
Dated thla 30th. day ot Dec. IM*;.
I*. JcnscTi. Locator.
Take Notice tbat I intend to apply to the
Chief CammlHnloner of Lands ami works ror u
Speolal Llcenae lo out and carry away timber
from the following deacrlbed lunds in East
Kootenay District Brltlab Columbia:
LICENSE  C.
Commencing at a post plunted on the west
■Ide of White river. Joining llcenae A, on tin*
south; thence south 180 chains, tbence east 4u
chains; ibence north 160 chains, tbenee went
40 chains to place of beginning.
Dated this 8lst, day of Dec. 1900.
4 P. Jensen. Locator.
Take Notice that I Inteud to apply to the
Chief Comisslonerot Lands and Works lor a
Special License to cut and carry awny timber
from the following described lands in East
Kootenay District. British Columbia:
LICENSE  D
Commenoing at a post planted at the southeast corner of lioense Ci thenc south 160
chains; thenoe west 40 onatns: thence nortb Ittn
chains, thence east 4U obelus to pUue of beginning.
Dated this Snd, day of Jau. wot.
4 P. Jensen, Locator.
Take Notice that I Intend to apply to thu
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka for a
Speolal Llceuse to eut and oarry away Umber
from the following described lands tn East
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
LICENSE   B,
Commencing at « post planted on Cedar
creek, joining licence 1>, on the west side;
thence nortb 160 chains; thence west40chains;
thence soutb 160 chains; thence east 40 chains
to place of beglnleg,
Dated this 2nd. day of Jan. 1907.
4 P. Jensen, Loeator.
Take Notice that I Intend to apply to the
Cbief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
Special License to cut and carry away Umber
from the following decrlbed lands In Eust
Kootenay Dlstrlot. British Columbia:
LICENSE   P.
Commencing at a post planted on Jensen
creek, about li miles soutb of license K: thence
nortb 160 chains; thenee west-in chains; theuce
south 160 ohalns: thenue east 40 ehaius to place
of beginning.
Deted this Sod. day of Jan. 1907.
P. Jensen. Locator.
Take Notice that I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a
Special License to cut and carry awuy timber
from the following described lands in East
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
LICENSE Cl.
Commencing at a poat planted at tbe southeaat corner of licence to; thence north m
chains; thence east 40 chains, thence smith
160 chains, thence west 40 chains to place ot
beginning.
Dated this Snd, day of Jan. wot.
P. Jensen, Locator.
Take Notice that I Intend to upply the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
Speolal License to cut and carry away Umber
from tht following described lands in Eaat
Kootenay:
LICENSE H.
Commenoing nt a post planted at the southwest corner of license G; thence aouth 160
chains; thence east 40 ohains; thence north
180chains; thenee wost 40 chains to place of
boglnnlng.
Dated this Snd, day of Jau, 10O7.
4 P. Jensen, Locator.
Take Notloe that I Intoud to apply to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for a
Special Licence to out and carry away timber
from tbe following described lands In East
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
LICENSE I.
Commencing at a poot planted at the southeast corner of lioense Q; thence north 60 ohains;
thence east 80 chains; thence soutb 80 chains,
tbence wost 80 chains to place of beginning.
Dated this 3rd, day of Jan, 1007.
4 P. Jensen, Locutor.
LICENSE NO. I.
Commencing at a post planted ah>iut 'i miles
from east boundary of C. P. It. Block 4t>06, ou
tbe northeast side o' White river; thence
north 80chains; thenue east SO elmlns; thence
south 60 chains: tbence wost 8(1 chains to plaee
of beginning.
Dated this Sth, day of Jau. mil.
4 P, Jensen, Locator.
LICENSE NO. *.
Commencing at a post planted at tbe southeast corner of license No 1; thence north 80
chains; tbence east 80 chains; thence south 80
chains; tbenee west 00 chains to place of beginning.
Dated this 5th, day of Jan. 1907.
4 P. Jensen, Locutor.
LICENSE NO. 3.
Commenoing at a post planted about at the
southeast cornor of license No. 2; thence
north 80ohalns; thence east HO ohalns: thenco
•outb Wchains; thence west 80 ehaius to place
of beginning.
Dated this Mb. day of Jan. 1907.
4 P. Jensen, Locator.
LICENSE NO. 4.
Commencing at a post planted about 4 mile
soutb of northwest earner of   license No. :
tbence south 160 chains; thence east 40 chain:
thence north IflO chains; tbenee weat 40 chuins
to plaee of beginning.
Duted this nth, of Jan. 1007.
4 V. Jenaen, Locator.
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COLE & HANDLEY. Prop. 9
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The Leading Hotel of tlie St. 9
Mary's Vallt-y. Nice airy rooms
newly furnished, Table as
good as any in Kootenay.
KOKT HTI.KI.K. ASSKSHMKNT DISTRICT,
Notion ta In-M'liy Klvnn, III iicciinliini'i- Willi
iln- Klutuiia iiiiii. Provincial H.vimui! Tti nml
asMUJ-i'il tllXOH mill llli-iitlli'Till iiaaiiaaiJil unil
lev Iii, iniii'i- llio AMi'Miinuiit Ant'Hm'Inn anil
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I , iln- Inn SIHllO Aaaiaatni-tit llt.trti-t ire
..wilin mill pitynblL* Ht my oflloo et tbn itov-
i-rlinii'tit nllli-'i'N. craliliniiil*. H. C.
'I'lila notloo, In lorlM ol lew, In i-qulvuliin! to
„ pore, mil ill-main! liy mo upon oil poraniiH lla
hll- Inl t-tXttH.
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Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE. Manager
The above hotel has been recontly erected, and neatly furnished throughout. The Bar is supplied with tho besl brands ol
Liquors and Cigars
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dations   for   tho   public   unequalled   in ?J
Cranbrook.
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We Want You
To come into uur store and be convinced
that we sell the best of meals
MANY
<if the Cranbrnnk people are doing this
now. and arc unanimous about the quality
of our meats; but we want Y()(' to come
in and see us
Dominion Meat Co.
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Dealers in Abattoir and Cold Storages
at Calgary. Alberta.
£ Livestock                         ai«„g.,,iniun„, ^
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£ day February 13th wc have in 3
5; stock and in transit a line supply of 3
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W. ROLLINS
SKA1.RU   TKNDKKS   sdilress.-a in Un* un
derttlgned, nnd endorsed "Tender (or Pon
Officio. Fertile. H.C," will be received ut thlf
offlfe until  Monitiiy   February   ik, iout. In*
rlnslvuly. for tin1 ronHtriii'lliin uf a  posl ulTli-r
&r.. bulldinir at Pernie, H.O,
1'lnns and npeel flee Hon eun bo Been and forms
of tender obtained at this Departtnont nnd on I
application to Robert A. Kerr, Esq , Clerk of
Works, Ferule. B. C.
Persons tendering: am notified Unit tondorn
will not be considered unless umdn nn Unv
printed form luppllod, and •,it*i.i'', with tliolr
tictuul Hliftmturm
Kucli tender mast lie acoompaulod l>y un accepted <'t.i!i|iin nn u chartered lunik, mado pay.
able to tbe order nf the Honourable tbo Minister of Public Works, equal to um pur cent:
(10 p, ii.) of tbe amount of the tOtldur, Wllloli
will be forfeited II the party tciidi-rlnif doellnu i
to outer Into u contract wben (-ailed Upon to do ;
so, or he fall to complete the work eon true tod
for. If the tender bo not aticopteil tbo ebeque
will be returned,
Tho Department doen not bind itHoir to ne
ii'lit tin1 lowest or any tender.
Hy Order,
l''KK».   GtttilNAB,
It Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January ih, W07,
Prompt settlement on the part
of oustoraors has much to do with
tho ability of our merchants to
swing their business in ho able ft I
manner. On the other hand, too
liberal a credit without regard
to whom, has beon known to put
many an honest merchant out of
business.
i Hole
Baker Street,     Cranbrook, B.C.
Illi
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air ■
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
FOUND
IN IIAKKK ST., ONE liiiolt WEST OP
IIII.I.  a   rn.     Tlm only  |il iii lown
ihni .'Jii, iiiului sir.- wniili iln- iivlnir.
The
losiDolitan Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B. C, ri'.l'.KI'AKY il, H>07
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[ I*' she buys her Groceries from us;   if sin-
does she will lell yuu of  reliable goods,
A houesl prices anil systematic delivery, all of
mr which you muy not begetting.
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m -.11ist;ut-m"\ Grocer) Buying
A ijivc us ;i trial order,
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J "OKI lloniesteacl Canned Goods
9 The psychological moment to  buy eunneil
9 goods  is  now, never did we handle su tine n
■sfft line,   never   surli   rich   red   ripe   Tomatoes,
A never such  sweet,   lender corn, never such
delieiitoly llavored peas, never such delicious
pears, pineapples, strawberries and nil fruits Mf(
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f   faVsiiii^ii'     and   vegetables  taken  jusl  at   .In-
nature
luul        ripened      thom,    and jf
rauiied    them    Just    ni   th>-   psychological S
moment   when  nature had givon them their
most delicato, richest, luscious  llavor   right
from  the Held  or orchard into the cans and 9
.ii    thus for you.    And thej were canned  scion j,
titically, under  the most rigid simitar) regit 9
lations   su iiiiii thev are noi only ivsdelicious ^
but ;is wholesome a- if ynn luul plucked lhem J.
uiul cooked i hcni vourself 9
No. llll or
Cold Cure Tables
They do the work and arrest
the most stubborn cold.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
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THK   i.r.WUNi.   HTOUti   VOW
Choice Gonlectioneru
Kivsli  Nul- I ahltH'uin tirupi*-.
I;i|i i ti-iitu-i's I'nrnUti Dittos
Mtilu^ti tIrupu**       * Inner Uutmnus
We don't want to pack away our
Winter Mills and wovis
A   We carry the largest and most up to date stock of Chinaware, Crookeryware and Glassware in British Columbia   Uoine in and Bee it -$  immuu Appi™   ukumiipw ivum
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Suitable tn wear any time anil all at
Less Than Cost for Cash
0tlRGO0D5 AR&
lUARANTErlrD
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$     Stewarts l'tnr t hucolate.s
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
Iff HlHill   S'l'KWART       '(uI Glass,  ''""'ls'  Shoes, Rubbers, Mitts, Gloves, Hosiery
9  Phone 78      ftrmMrono, ftve. | ■"■■"
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agency The Quality Store
li will pay those who are      f|^j
looking for work to rail ami       l((4
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Sullivan     HOO    11,000
Total "09
lioo/.e.  boodle and pea   soup
earned the day in Cranbroolt.
He ran  secure
also lit vou out in
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats, Etc.
Jim MGflrtliiir 11
Hanson Ave.  Chakhkook, I--1'. |I/h
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$   Gold Seal Tea BEST ON THE MARKET   § k,1  Feagan came down  from I    P. Doborer, of Macleod was in
K                                              m Marysville Tuesday on busiuess. |town several days last weok.
m   "First-Class Goods and Prompt Delivery," Our Motto   jjjrj Gasoline engines, the "Fair-
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Don't forgot that besides r-ur Confecti ry.           8ll ;    .,   ,             ~~
(III I    l'. Jensen ol Wasa was iu  Ih
ml city Monday
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J.  C.   Pidgeon  was  up  from
i In TV.
Fruit ami Tobacco Department, iuwich we are
easy the loaders, wp have a full line of Staple
ami Fancy Ur rios.     Phone us  your order
and il will reeeive our careful attention.
Artistic Picture Framing
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Prest Photo
Studio. r
Halter Si. Crunbrook, B.C.       j~
CAMPBELL k MANNING
Co I LEflU HENDERSON 1
Yahk Momlay on business.
E  A. Elton of Calgary spout
several days las: week  in Cran-
Vi, ii. Boss, and H. S. Key.
imiiis of Pernie were transacting
business ut Cranbrook Tuesday.
High grade acetylene gus generators, uono hut tho highest
grade handled by Patmore Bros.
Mrs. T. Cavin  lef'.  Thursday
on n visit to friends ul Vancouv-
The World's Only Dustless
Floor Brush for sale by Patmore
Bros.
 , ,,      , ^S I     Prod.   Smyth  of    the    Movie
FASHIONABLE TAILORS 3 !j*-**.,««> tow,, Mo»d,V
., .,   .   _ . zS | His smile equalled Si-ll-ll.
Always Up-to-Date —
DUTIN6
Call tip the Cit)  \ ransli
when \"ii want your 1*mni
ture,    Piano,   or   Btifwngi
transferred.
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A. C. BOWNESS
W. E. Worden agent for
Galgarv Beer, Ale A: Porter.
T. LI-BEL tS: CO., Hav ami Grain.
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Geo. R. Llask & Co
P. DeVere Hunt returned
Monday from a husiness trip to
Winnipeg,
C. E. Smith of Montreal, rep
resenting Dawson & Co., was in
towu  Thursday    on   company
husiness.
The service in the Methodist
church next Sunday evening
will partake of a speeial nature.
A larjre chorus of twenty voicos
will give a musical programme.
An orchestra of eight pieces
will assist, and the pastor will
give an address on the subject
of "seeing things aright." The
song service commences at 7:30
sharp. These tervtces will be
continued each evening of next
week. The public is invited to
atleud.
Basket hall games in connection wilh the Wilson cup series
will be played in the "gym"
every Tuesday and Friday
evenings until the series closes.
The lirst game takes placo next
Tuesday between Ihe C. P. R.
and Fire-brigade teams. Five
teams are entered In the league
ami some exciting games will bo
played. The admission fee will
be In cents each to cover expenses. Those holding season
Vi. IS, Zwioky of Kaslo. und |tickets admitted free,
lames Plnlay  returned   from  a
Prank De Hosier of Jaffray was
in the city Weudesdtty on husiness.
Indian Agenl R, I.. T. Gal-1
brail li of Porl Steele was at!
Cranbrook Monday on business. !,
P. KolT and K. Ross of Vancouver, und .1. \V. Hennelt of
Nelson were registered al Ihe
Cranbrook Tuesday.
Vi, Howell. Creston. B, K.
Taylor of Kimberley and R. A.
Webslor of Moyie were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Tuekday.
Our watch Repairing
Is iii lhe hands of Competent Workmen
who thoroughly understand the mechanism
ol a watch.
We use the best of materials and unreservedly guarantee our work to give satisfaction
wm. F. Tate k son
Graduate Opticians
Cl'.II. WiUi'Ii Inspectors Crown' Xcvt "am Division
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where you can get the most for
the least cash.
THIS WAY, LADIES
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♦ Crnrtbrook. B.C. HARDWARES
visit Iii the Sullivan  mine  M,ni
day.
R. Morrison of Showville, and
Nexl your will  bo ll huminor
In Cranbrook, suys  the  Herald.
Yes, wo know that,   hut nothing
win lie humming around the Op-
II, R, Atkinson of  Regina were position benches at Victoria  for
guests al tlie Ciiinlii k Thurs- \0w next four years.
day. 	
Dan" Murphy, engineer, who
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'l,in . S|in ideations
.unl Insinuates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
All   kinds    of    building    material
constantly on hand.
.lolni Breckenrldge, of Calgary
president of the Crows Nest
Lumber Co., was iu the city
Monday.
Win, Carlin, A. B. Penwlck
and I ieo. Henry of Fori Steele
woro iu town Saturday night,
taking in the newsof the Consul*
vative victory.
The Herald says "Three can
iliilales saved "Hilly" Ross ill
Kernie " Tin: Pkohi'Kijtou is
of the opinion thul if lhe Liber
ills had put up unv other man.
but the Munliiiiald I,unlsoy candidate, thej mighl have saved
their deposit, that's all.
NOTICE.
came oil No. e Thursday, was
seriously cut around the nock
by glass whicli had been broken
from the cab window by the
wind, while coining up from
Medicine Hal Thursday.
NOTICE.
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tun |i|ity to tliu CIllL.fcolilliliMHloliuroM.Hiiiliimill
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:
lOvei-yhody looks iorward lo our Annual
January Sale.   Its n grnal help to oconotiiy
lit a lime when everyone needs to make each
dollar go as lur us possible, lis an Inv
portunl Sale because it is not conIInod to
any ono department, and no matter what
you want, thoros a distinct Saving in buying Iii January ul Keid St Co.
Note a Few of the Following Prices •
A Snap In Blouses
X 20., discount olT all Fancy Silk Blouses, Flannel,
J Ulster, Flannel!, everything in the line of Waists will
J?      he sold ill L',j     Discount 9
9     Suits! Suits!!        Suits!!!    t
Any Sail up lo $lo.nn, foi' . $4 95    S
i nher liiiin "Fit Reform"
Any Suit from $10.00 to $118.00, for
$9.95
I I'litnli'il : ill
111 lV|t| ml
L   VV   I'muui ■:      . j
These Suits are all well 'HUMMED and made hy  the 9
host milkers, such as W. R, Johnson & Co and John W 9
I'cck St Co. ' 9
f REID & CO. I

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