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%    SEP 5.1905     tSJ
V<tl.  II.
CRANIiKOt)K, /i.e., SATLW/aM V, H/?/JT/5.\l B»R 2, 790».
No. 8&.
LABOR DAY
Will  Be Celebrated In  Cranbrook On
Monday September 4th.
A    Cordial    Invitation    Is    Extended    To    Everybody    In    Southeast    Kootenay.
THK ECLIPBB Or'TIIK SUN
llDsciiralioii Vrosented a Wonder
ful and Imposing, Spectacle
Selkirk, Man., August,   "...
'Pii, Ijpse of Ihe bun was ob-
si'.-v.-ii here ni siiin-is.' by nearly
III,        I'll I ll"' •       pOpillllliOll aSlllllH
H-ll'si l)|ll's,     op.M'll      glasses     lll|,|
nlnin smoked glasses wore in
■.'-i-iit demand anil thoso who hn.1
prepared thanwwlves I'm tha
,,..oul I.- laying In b atook of
ii.-iii nmi opera glasses did a rush
iu business during the iii-inf
nun ,i |.iiijj which tin- eclipse
mil    1111   observed   here     Tin-
nn phoric    i-iniiliiioiis    were
ii -.iiisUu'iovv, bul tin' faoi
Im nn- Bun wan close to tin-
iiunzoii  line   win.n obscuration
llURIW    Ullll     Will.    Vl'ill'll     10  slllllr
extent ii\ tin moisture suspend
nl in the lower strain ol the air
iimdi' tin- observations here of
Inn little value for .scientific
purposes Mo satisfactory pbo
tograpli .'..tiId in- taken.
. up.-    St.     Louis.     I.liliriiiloi.
Augusi DO   -Huonessful obsorva
nuns 0!  tbe eclipse of tiie 8 un
v  intuit- this morning by  the
-scientist* ol tin- various expedi
ihis sen: to laiilinidor for tins
oooaaion AH hough detailed
reports are si ill lacking, it issafe
to say thai highly valuable ma
:• rial Deluding ocular observa
lions ol i,be various phases of the
■ ....   ei  ipse,   photographs and
aspectograpriB ol the oorrma. etc
,..- I i co acted bj the seien
■ ists   s .altered   ot er   n   limited
|in.|ii"i thai sunn' observer would
be fnriiiniit" enough io (Hanover
or to rediscover1 the elusive plan
i'i. inii ih.. hope was never realised    No reports have arrived
from   tin-    various    r-xpi'ditions
scattered along the Labrador
i-oiisi to tin- present Wine which
vouchsafe tin- statement ihni
Vulcan h;is been obiefved, but
il is possible ihni some of the
nioi-i'   dlstani   expeditions,   far
from any telegraphicrommiinii'ii-
lion have been more lot-iunai.- in
that respefii than iheOarrwrtghl
expedition. There are abotii 10
or I'J expeditions from Ihe I'nitcd
Slut,', and i'iiiin.hi stationed
along ih'To.ist,,.• Labrador One
of ilil'.., is in charge of th.. seieu
llsls    from    Ihe    United    States
Naval Observatory In UVaihiog-
ton     another    is    composed    of
scvi'rai professt ii astronomers
and amateur observers from
Hartford, Gotin Another party
headed by W !•' King, clitef
astronotnei' for the Canadian
govuruineiii
Tbi' approaeb of tin-  Obscurtl
tHHa wns ii wonderful and Imposing spectacle Prom a high elevation the slindow ol the iiiooti
i-oniii be Rotui rushing over the
RUl'fane ol the etivth like un "nor
nions ibuntlor cloud with n i.'rri
iii velocity, approaching 2,500
mill's un lie iii i The complete
obscuration lasted aboul three
minutes and 50 s.-.-miiis
Blll'gOS,   Son in.   Angus! B0.
Tbe totnl .'f-lir.str- of the Son wan
observed ftbotil noon today with
fvi'i'llfiii   sucoess and under the
iocai. Nfws. |\V    t'litii.,   .1.   Woods  and A   I:
i intca wen. at Perry Creek Sun
Mrs. .I.Tii..nhaiis.-rdrov,'ov,.,'day  lasl      They   returned with
to Steel,. Friday 8boul '"' l,n" "'"'"
A   Nelson oi Montreal was in! ,-v   U-   Williams.   Vancouver,
Cranbrook ibis week. Provincial game warden, was al
'( ranlii-ook  Wednesday  on busi,
.   ,    ., , . ,.,,,. ness connected with his flepan
.1.   I,    Mcintosh   ol  \\ iiiinpe.''
was in town Monday
' i nient.
Win. Hnn.ly. Wardner, \Vas
town Mondav.
i„i if yon are btitnShg to Cnn
!brook Labor Pay nnd requin
! anything in the jewelry line, you
.1.   Aldrifh.   Hi.   Paul,  wns »|g™H  "«"   *$*>  WI'' Tale ,v
gUeSl a! the Ci-nnhvool; Monday, l'
ll   I''   Hayne of   Ashion. Oul.,
wns in the fitv this week
Are yon in the advance line
for weekly news? If not, sub-
Scribe for the Pi.'osr'iirTtiu. Ihal
area   ol   the   Eastern   ooasi  ..I  most favorable conditions by an
Labrad expedition beaded by Miss Mary
The most important aswononi Proctor, oi Brooklyn, N. Y.,
ical expedition stationed in tjhis daughter of l.he famous British
region for the purposi nfobserv   astronomer K   A   Proctor,
ing the eclipse was sent mil by
ih.- Lick Observatory oi OeJifor
nin It w.is headed by Dr He
her Curtis and Prof. Joel Stcb-
liins who wen- assisted by ■
large force of competenl and ex
I" i ii -in -eal scientists.   The expe
Madrid. August  80:   Reports
from   Valencia, Btrgos, Sara
gossa and other points al whieh
observations ,,l the   total eclipse
were taken by parlies of scientists from all parts Of the world
nidi, ate ihal Ihe  results of Ihe
you  may keep  Moated   on   th.
.1    T   TbOfrtpSOU,   Vaticouu'r. I news of the distinct
was in town Mondav 	
  Mr and Mrs  H. Kershaw, si-.,
Maurice Quain was visiting tit who have been visiting at th"
Movie Sundav lasl. residence of Mr. and Mrs. I.. \\
'  Pat-more, returned to Steele last
Arnold's Circus  will show IbfFHday.
Cranbrook September 7th 	
Mr. and Mrs. Eager, and Miss
Prank  Fowler.   Grants  Pass,   Wilson   returned   on   Thursday
was registered ai the Cranbrook from an extended eastern  visit.
Thni-siiuv. ''I''11' flirty bad ah enjoyable time
  and was glad lo see Cranbrook
Dr    .1    rl.   king  and  .las. T. ! ittrftin
Lnidlav. drove over   to Steele on 	
business Friday. All are invited   to service  in
                     i Baptist Church Sunday evening
Harry White, csloms officer, W ^;- s"hlprl '1,,|n^ "A (i,1!1'
wns at Movie Tnesdav on offieial "i°«s Sunrise StrfengerS With-
uus|.,e8l,  ' " put a church honte We specially
I invited.
Unv Staples,   of   Huvunl.   has "
gone to Mlniiesot,, where he will:. W. D. mil wartaken^ddenly
enter a mlhlng Institute. Ill Tuesday morning.   DrsKing
and Green were  in attendance
T7T •    His many friends will he pleased
1     ''     : "'"      '•'     n'l'to  learn   that   He  is   Itrijjt-oving
and  is  now  on  the  road to re
cowry.
I. B. Lnhirlcv, i-ustoms olli.-er L
hi   ilatewav.   was    in    -he   ,-„v      M*tt VicJJOjl IU Xfr.lH
,,,     ,       ' Frank Dickispn, P.  E.Simpson
' ' S"HV | and  T.   M.   Uoherts vere al Si.
I-' B Moran. Everett, Wash., Mary's lake fishine; on Saturday
was a -nest al the Cranhi-ook! last. Ph-y reliirned Monday
Monday. *611 (Men With^fish
11,,,-lors   ftdVise"   eatine  pure'    ATTENTION!    I'A'eryhody thai
candy     Vbn gel them pure and j jvams furniture repaired or  np-
freshatihe.-(c'andv-fnake,s. holstenne done,   or  uew  work,
i would do well to come and see
,s    .      n.     ,.   ,,.    -,i     i   j-„    |me     N'ew samples on hand.   My
R    la   T.   i.amvaitli,  radian   h ,,,,,,    ,r:0d„,,at„       A
agent, o   Poi-1  Steele   was  m Gta*I|n, Avmsti'bhg Ave.
business Tuesday
town Tuesday taking orders for
HShittg tackle
peditiou had esUbltshed Its sia-!(lbsi,n.nu,n, „,,,,, hlghly  ^..g.
tion   at   Cartwright,   a Hudson a,^,.,^, ,,„,,  would prove of the
Hav
in Sand
As
hush" s
Ihe   l.r.
laVllOll
Company's   post  in oanu- .jr-oatest value to science
wich Bay, Labrador,  aboul  150
n.il.-s north of Belle Isle straits j Th() Iiadv „• ,iVOng
So far as ii is possible io judge
the atmospheric conditions were I
favorable at that station, but the
positive results of the obsena
lions will mil be definitely known
for some time, as  no  efl'orl   will
 mule  to develop   the   plates
while ihe expedition is In camp.
One  ol   the  most   Important
tasks whieh this  expedition had
undertaken, was ihe rediscovery
of    the    inlriiiiieri-urial    planel
vulriin, the existence of whieh is
-still doubted by many astroi	
era. lu the early purl of the
Seventies t.e Vcrrier. ii French
astronomer, expressed the opln
ion that there must be a planel
town on
.1. ii CuminihgB, I-Vrnie. was
in Cranhrook Monday on busi
ness.
A .1. Devlin. Wimlnev. Idaho,
was in town Thursday On impor
taut mining business.
(food    wine    needs    no
any   panegryle   upon
iaui  writings oi  Lord
nil who will always  he
heller known and   spoken  of  as
"Hulivi't"   Sir   Edward Lytton
Blllwor) is perfeelly unneeessniy
"The Lady o( I iyons" a Blory of
love aud pride nnd which  is Ibis
filled  author's  mosl   brllllanl
elloll will he presented n' the
Opem House, I 'innhiook Priihiy
Sepleiiihei   ir.tll
li is a triumph of a master of
construction, and in this particular instant   serves   lo  introduce
hotweon Mercury and the Hun,as
that was the only explanation of
certain peculiarities in the move
m.-nts of the planet Mercury
At   lirst   his  theory   found   few
adherents, During the ecltpse
..r is?* two American aslronom
.-is, Prof, Watson, of Ann Arbor
in   Colorado,   and   Dr.   Swift, of
Rochester, In Wyoming, observ
.-.I whal they believed to be several small interinerciirin,! planets
but their claims were discredited
by astronomers in general,
Since then careful search for the
planet, which was named Vulcan
wasmade hy astronomers in all
parts of the world.
'Miss Margaret  Mevllle  a cele
brated  English actress  who is
making  her first   stellar tour of
this country.
It is said that this particular
production of this classical
drama is a most noteworthy one,
both as regards the ability of (he
players producing same', and the
attention that has been paid to
I he details of cost inning, scenery,
etc . ete
Wedding Ralls.
Married     In the IVeshyterinn
Church on Saturday. Antiusl, l'II.
l''or
h'"'  S"   ''','•; lasl hy  the Rev, W. ft.   W
1 tl* •'
without success. The proximity , ^ 0g|r|| Rfllmob ^ Hi,|!_r,1
of ,he planet I., ihe Ehw made i« mn, lm||io(, W|ii,(|n(M,
practically   impossible   to  see It)    '
even with the most powerful Manual Al Ihe Manse on
inst.rnmcn.,s, solone-as i.hehin, Mbndliy, (Vilglisl ffljth. hy lite
inonsdiskol'lhc Sun was not liev W. Ri « H'ortntie. A.
ohsi-ured Whenever Ihei'.'Was Tozer. ol ( r.'ii.hrook, „, ,|„mii(,
atuui ..dips* of tiie SUU it was^CboU ofBlaoU Lards, N'   it.
Yesterday the school flag wa
kept llying all day in honor of
the creation of the two new
provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, It is titling that
when the sister provinces rejoice
that we should rejoice with them
PffWitC SCHOOLS.
Cranbrook Schools Report for the
Moi.lh of Augtist
liivtsuriN I. A. A. Mncneil,
principal: Enrollment 'J\ Average :'l ■'.". r'.-rf.i-i attendance
mad.- hy ,\nnie Tlsdale. Victoria
rTillier, B'ii'dle McDonald, Tlella
llruiniiiond, Hazel Cline, Cecilia
McCOniiell, Nellie Hand ley. Ethel
Culver, .'foan Jones, Adelaide
Richardson, Daisy McCallum,
MandieShort, Minnie Armstrong
Louise Rollins, A. McCallum,
Charl.-s MeO'nwan and Colin
Leitch.
Division II. Mrs Brock,
teacher. Enrollment 40, Average attendance |fj,88. Perfect
attendance: Sybil While, Lilian
L'-ask. Jessie Kennedy, Gertrude
Ma.Donald, George Kerr. John
Welch, Eric Tale. Joe. Bbur-
roine. Prink Pyatl. Charles
Laurie, Rliperl Jell'are. Joseph
Burkett, George riurkett, Ruth
Harvey. Inez Smith, Jessie
Mil '..wan. Winnie Deacon, Grace
Welsh, Myrtle Mc.Vell.
Division IV. .MissCartwright
teacher. Enrollment 17. Aver
;ige attendance 4.1.77. Perfect
attendnnee: Magi..ire Hrault,
Marcus Deir, Robert Derr,
Katharine fjiittibnt, Vlttle Don-is
l-'i-ancis Diiimuioii.l. Gordon
Fowler. Wilfri.l Hnnler. Willie
Laurie. Irving Leask, May Pyatt
Laura Richards, Marguerite
Hai w.y. Earl.■ Welch.
Division V Miss Williams,
teacher. Enrollment Hi. Aver
age attendance 38.78 Perfect
attendance: Gladys Ardell, Wilfred Hiault. Agnes Colo, Helen
.lardine. Oracle Higgins, Dora
Maycock. Norman Fowler, Andy
Patterson, Brownie Jardine,
Douglas McGoWan, Edith McDonald. Rainsford Parks, Frank
PatterSon, Annie Pallon, Pred
Wardman. George l'atton.
Arthur Spragg. Russel St. Eloi,
Mac Welch. Harry Doris.
Ed. Elwell was in Marysville
and Kimberley litis week On
business.
I,ill.     the    ilelaiiltin
will have his I rial next   Tuesday
t  Nelson
Miss Rhode Leitch, will render
a solo in the I'lpshylerian Church
next Huniliiv
John Hutchison,"Hutch'' will
use n uiegophone in anuouneing
events on Lttbof   Dav
The  special    features  of   thi
services in the Methodist Church
next Sunday will be an lllnstrnt
ed talk In the morning when all
lcrk, children are invited With theil
parents and friends, and in ibr
evening it special address on
■■Labor Day' bv the pastor. All
are invited Monday will he
better if all go to church on
Sunday. Let all come and try
it
,1. A.  McGowan,   M.P.P.   of
Vancouver, spent a few hours m
jtown Tbursilnv.    Mr   McGowan
Forest   (11f>s  were  burning in  ,3 on h|s  way  to  Calgarv.    He
the Vicinity of Cranhrook dining j, „„.j,.,,s   general   prosperity   all
this week through   the   country   and   the
i prospect of good crops especially
Barrister   G     H.   rhttrtipson 0f f,.,,|t.   Business in Vancouver
moved into His ftef* qattrtern iu l|jj flcidrishih^.     Mr.   McGowan
the Reid block. tm., wit|, ,)n7tr> a few old friends
  iu  f.'WII
Reid ,*  Glo'. placed   new   signs 	
over Ihe entrances to their stor- [(    ^     r(-M¥   °"   Frkla>'
on Thursday     The signs  were .               ^   Wj|     hotn| m
leltered ,n gold hy Hnuiley A I o.   h    - ,      Ml.   fT,„.,fnrr|.
Passing Settler..
The 1'nion Jack was flying on
the Royal Hotel Friday in honor j
of the birthday of the new prov :
ince of Alherta. A nnmhor ,,r settlers, from the
r,      ,.      .       T        ut TJnlted   Stales   passed   througl
fl.      Ir.'Ckenridge     Wardner. i' ,.   >.      ,    .  „
represeming the Crow's NCs, OrestOb and f.ateway. during
Lumber Co. was in lown M,,n the past week, on then- wav lo
day ,11-ie Northwest. Among them
  'were M. Hendriclten and family
R     D.    Wilnioit.     \(   p    ol^R.   E-   »'11'"   •>»'1   family, K. A.
Oronoclo.   Nil   was  in   Crnn k'ole and family. A. P Cole and
brook  during   the  early pari ol'j |-j,,miiy,   W.   S.   Charlaine   and
,,,is vv,"'lt ! family. B. I'harlaineand family.
  Al   Gateway,    Ed.    Welch  and
Miss IinU'onr. of Lennoxville, fitlillly, John Campbell and
was a  guest   al   the Cl'allhrOOk\(nm\)Vl ijf; A, Scoll. and A. Vro
Monday.    Miss Balfour is  visit .,,      ,      ..,„,..„   „.,„,„,|
, ,     .i ,. n-iiii       .in     ine   ,ino\e   uatueii
ing    her    brother    My.   James: "•""'       , 	
BniroUl': wer'd well provided  with a large
annum'   dt   settlers ell'ects and
A tlsliiug parly consisting ol'lstock.
eral, accbriipanled bj T.ad\ Grey
and a large and brilliant party
of slalf officers aud government
officials arrived here last night
and wen- present today at tlie
civil and military celebration,
Two hundred men of the Mounted Poliee and four tield pieces
formed their escort. From here
the Governor General and his
party will go to Rogina, where
the autonomy celebration of the
new province  of   Saskatchewan
will be celebrated on the Ith of
this month. After the celebration they will continue their
tour. The Governor (h.-ueral
will lake a hunting and sightseeing trip through Manitoba
and Ihe Territories aud Lady
Grey and Ihe other lady members of Ihe party will enjoy a
holiday under canvas al
Qu'Appelle Lake, where Lady
Minto used lo camp.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
At the Traps.
The members of the Cranhrook
Rod and Gun Club held their
regular weekly shoot on Saturday last, al whlcli tiie following
score was made
Ma,ffa,l Ullll   lull.)   1U11AI   tun   UWll . t:>
Ana.-tr.-iia:   l.aJOO   Itulll   IHXIW!   1)11X1]    iK)l*H       :
King iiioiii iiii.iiiiiuui.il oiioi  io
rjiinlMii boww ....ii   ti lie .'nu  ixxoi il
i--,,- ia-, Hum ii ioi  inii mum uiiu i.-,
Qnicc ioi io una   luuii   lull  nu.' If
Plnthmii ..mi Willi  nuiu uiiu. Inn, is
K,.. |, 11110 11101 lillOOIttfi III!.. in
The   next   regular   shoot   will
lake place this afternoon al :'• p.
m.
Of Interest to Those Engaged iu
the Development of the
Mining Industry.
Much quiet excitement has
been caused by Ihe recent strikes
of rich ore in the North Star and
Stemwiuder mines on Huckleberry Hill.
The Tiger Poorniun mine, near
Ihe headwaters of Wild Horse
creek is in a prosperous condition, ahd Mr. Larsen, Ihe owner
has been working with a small
force of men, and will commence
shipping next. year.
There arc the best ol reasons
for believing thai there will lie
much mining done in Southeast
Kooteuay as soon as the Kootenay Central railway is completed,
.Assays of ore from the Tlluff
mine, which is situated on Tracy
creek, went 160 ill copper, lead
|3.15, silver *1.L'H, gold 11.83.
The smeller al Marysville has
blown in a second lead stack. It
now has a capacity of over 2a0
tons. This means increased
activity in the Sullivan mine as
11 as in the smeller
Train Schedule.
HAS A FATHERLY CARE
Dominion    Government    Studies
British Columhia Politiofl.
Those   who   are   behind    the
scenes, and those— they are uoi
many—who can sue a thing when
it   is  in   front   of   their  eyes,
chuckled not a little over the (dispatch from Ottawa on Thursday
morning which announced thit
W.   tl.   K.   Clement,  of Grand
Forks,     had     been    appointed
County court ju Ige iu Kootenay
in  ihe  place  of llio late  Judge
Leatriy.    Hereby  hangs a tale.
The vacant office  was to have
goue to Brown, Liberal member
for Greenwood in the provincial
bouse,     Moreover, . Brown was
plenty good and willing to have
it.    And furthermore, he would
have got it had Alberni yielded
to the combined rye and reasonings, cash and cajoleries, of Billy
Sloan and   Ralph smith.     But
Alberni didn't.    And Sir Wilfred
Laurier is afraid to open another
provincial  constituency   to  the
Conservatives by giving Brown
his     judgeship.     Four      bye-
el.vi'ions   carrie I   by   tiie Conservatives in a year and a half
ure making Otlawa very nervous.
To givu another certain victory
to Mr. McBride's government is
uot to be thought of.    So poor
Brown must stay   where he is.
Tough luck isn't it?-   But how
pretty to  watch  the care with
which   the   Dominion     Liberal
government      -Indies      British
Columbia politics!—Toe Week.
Married at Moyie
A i|iiiel wedding was solemnized ill Ihe lown of Moyie on
Thursday evening of this week
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.C.A.
Hill. The contracting parties
were Mr.  JnO.   William Fitch, a
prominent merchant of that
place and Miss Louisa Leonora
Jefferson of Goderich. (Int.,
sister of Mrs. C. A Hill. The
ceremony was performed al s.flO
by Rev. J. P. Westman Only
the immediate relatives were
present,the bride was given away
liy Mr. [fill. After Ihe ceremony
was over and the usual congrat
illations tendered, all sat down
lo a sumptuous repast and joined
in wishing the bride nnd groom
many years of happy life.
ih.
W.-sl.
l.-.ov It.Ulll 	
Loave Mojie       	
Arrive ut Ci-anbruob	
Rel in-nttiaj loitve i 'ranbrook
North Star   Branch.
Leave Kimberley 	
Leave Mury-vill.-
La-iiv.- Iliiyanl	
Arrive al Craubrooli	
ftel truing Ine,- Craubrooli
From the Ku-i.
1  a.Ml,'   [Villi,-     	
Leave Muiii-a.-y       	
Leave Hike .
Leave .lullno
Leave Wiu-ilm-i-   	
Leaven Port Steele.
Arrive at Cranbrpok	
ftolui'iilne leave Cranbrook,.
7.80
. s.i.^
H.l.-a
.21.15
7.nil
8. tli
S.4II
8.30
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7.8Q
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s.;iii
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9.25
U.45
22.011
LABOR DAY ADMISSION.
Admission to grounds, men, aOc.
Boys over 8 and under 16, 26c.
Ladies and children free.
Admission to grand stand ,15c.
No entrance fee will be charged for any event-
H. White,   Sec'y.
K. C. R. Rumors.
From th. Wilmi'r Outcrop.
Actual railway construction
news continues scarce, but many
rumors are rife, and some of
them are regarded as being
reasonable and possibly true.
The small force ot men put to
work grading lust mouth are reported to be still at work. This,
of course, is regard as being
only for the purpose of comply
ing with the conditions of the
subsidy.
A private letter received in
Wilmer from a prominent Golden
business man states that a rumor,
apparently well-founded, is in
circulation there thai within a
month a big force of graders will
be put to work and construction
pushed as rapidly as possible,
Another report hails from,Calgary to the effeot that Messrs.
Breckenridge & Lund, tbe well-
known contractors, have beon
awarded a contract lo build 40
miles of the k\ C. I{. and that
they will move their uion and
outfit to Golden so sooti us they
have finished a contract they are
working at on Ihe irrigation
ditch near Calgary This report
lias been presistenlly pushed
forward during the past two
weeks aud is strengthened by the
arrival of a man from Calgary,
who states he was informed that
this was a fact while in that city.
Celebrating Provincial  Autonomy
Kdmoiilon, Alberta, September 1.—The granting of provincial autonomy to Albarta is celebrated here today on a large
scale and intense enthusiasm prevails among all classes of the
population.   The Governor Gen-
Rocky Mountain Chapter R. A.
a\I. held uu emergency convocation on Tuesday evening last.
Messrs Hoggarth, Welluian,
Small, Bates and Dickison returned last Friday from a most
successful fishing nip to the Old
Man river. They caught iu one
pool over 60 fine trout, many of
them tipping the scales at three
and four pounds, with 'pounders'
as thick as hops. The fish rose
voraciously for "fly" of any de
scrlption.
Peaceful Amerioan Invasion,
Buffalo, N.Y., September 1.—
The 7-Uh Regiment N.Y.N.G.
commanded by Col. Georgu 0.
Fox, brevet brigadier general,
with arms and full field equipment, started from here today
for a friendly visit to Toronto,
Ont. They were accompanied
by a baud of sixty pieces under
tho direction of bandmaster John
Bolton. The band will accompany the troops on their trip and
will give concerts duriDg their
stay in Toronto. The American
visitors do not carry their tents
and other camp outfit, as they
will be quartered in the tents of
the Queen's Own Rifles. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOtf, It C, si-'.i'Ti-.MUI-'.l,'
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DOMINION IXHMT
190,-i      September 27  i<> October 7
%      t'n.l.-r the auspices of the Royal Agricultural
and industrial Society.
11)05
KSTAIII.ISUI'.n    ls»
A. B. 6rate,
I'lBi.isiiia;   ami  KiMTi.it.
Al  lust,   when Iii
nanaged    to    restore    order, M>
-Viwderly. turning toward Price, w)
^^i^cs^^^^i^s^sgiSii^SKS^s^^^
*%hs Utospector
■i CRANBROOK
fl HOTEL w
New Westminster, B.C.
Sin
bib
$100,000
Stupendous and comprehensive array ol   Ex
hibits representing the resources of all Canada
IN     I'lil/.l-.-s    AMI
tTTII IfTlUNS
mils
$h)il,0()0
ami
Eul urged    grounds,   nev
spacious buildings.
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS in Bowing mul LuiroBiu. Home
RBI-inn. Broncho "Busting," Military Paradea nml Bxerolaei,
ROYAL IRISH GUARDS nml otlmr Famous Bunds.
GRAND WATEK CARNIVAL Parade ol Frnsi-r river Hailing fleet,
pntrol honti.. H M   warahlpa, Indian war oanoaa, ato.
Indian sports.
For nil Information write W. H. KEARY. Baoretary  nnd Manager,
Nt'tv Westminster. B.C.
^^2? v? -^-^ v^ v.^ 't? \& *&'<
A TENDER SKIN
Always suffers from exposure lo extremes ol km
s temperature as much as from a cutting vX
S wind.      To all who are thus alllicted \||
\ wecomuienil v|
JParke Davis' Distilled       \
x Witch Hazel i
^ You will find it Delightfully Soothing   Jk
>.   in effect ami  Exceedingly   Pleasant  to   mv
i    use. *&
PRICE   25C.   AND   50C.       t|
C. E. REID & CO.,   I
| Phone ia        -pllLe DrUggists. v|
%     CRANBROOK.   B.C. \
'%, DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY. M
| LEASK & HENDERSON I
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SATURDAY, SKI'T. a, 1906.
J^ fTHK
FASHIONABLE T,
Always Up-to-Date
3
£ Cranbrook, -      - B.C. 2|
^Mimiiiiiiinuiiiiiniiiiniiimi^
HDpJSotH
5 tin. liu-i iliiu ih.- winter jii-i piwl is um llio lusl ™lil apell JC
^5 ive will ever experience, Iml prepuce lur tho Itiiriil ill - jg
3J | i-,, which will in hul n (.'« im.inn-ivuin it.nu upon un, Jf»
S bj |iiii-i-liu»ins from un mm   tlm imlulii-iitc.il SUNSHINE j£
^■FURNACE und have il hwtnllcil I.) I'ltii'ti'-iil Mi i-lniniiw.   tt.
| Patmore Bros. |
5piumbing, Hooting, Heating and Ventilating Engineers^'
^mmmhwmrwmmmmmm
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
Thu ul...v.- hotel lias been recently erected, unci neatly furnished throughout. The Bar is sunnlipd with the best brands ol
Liquors and Cigars.
CHRISTENING OF LABOR  DAY
THE recurrence ot labor's
annua) holiday this year
tiiuls the organized worklngmen
and workingworaen of America
stronger in numbers than ever
before, When it Is considered
that the trades union movement
on ibis side of the Atlantic has
extended over only about a century its progress is truly amazing. The earliest known trade
union composed of Journeymen
wns the Sew York Society of
Journeymen Shipwrights, which
was legally .incorporated In IK08,
In the siiuie city three years
later unions of tailors and carpenters were formed ami I"!!' a
union of hatters was organized.
Thus the history of the trades
union movement goes back a century, but the inception of Labor
Day is Of ll much more recent
.hue. And among the many
hundreds of thousands of workmen who. on the lirst Monday of
September each year, parade the
street in labor's cause it is safe
io assume thai of all llial vusl
throng not one in ten thousand
can name him who is, by right,
"Father" of Labor Hay.
Robert Price, once ;i well
known resident of Lonaconing,
Mil., is ihe man to whom all
honor of Labor Hay is due. And
vet his name is well nigh forgotten in labor circles, his whereabouts being uncertain. He was
lasl heard of iii Kansas, an old
man of seventy or mure.
Hut u quarter of a century ago
Price wns ii sturdy miner, bringing forth by the sweat of his
brow und i he brawn of his sturdy
arms the treasure of Mother
Earth. At that lime the Knights
of Labor was approaching the
zenith of its power, whieh con
tinned toincrease until IH8B when
the American federation of
Labor gained the ascendency.
One of the strongest workers
I'm- the Knights of Labor in his
own district was Price. Early
and late he worked for the cause
and when in 1**1 Local Assembly MR met to choose.a delegate
lo the general assembly of the
Knights nf Labor il was bul
natural that the choice should
fall upon  Price
The convention was held in
New York City. The typographical members of the order gave a
street parade and the convention
temporarily adjourned to witness
it. Stirred by tlufsight of tiie
inarching horde. Bred by the
enthusiasm of the participants
and glorying in the idea thai
ihe marchers were members of
the order.to which he had given
SO much Of his time, Price entered the convention hall, The
convention meeting was filled
with   the   life   and   spice of llle
pageant just witnessed nnd many
remarks were made on the occasion Al a inotnenl when there
was ;i momentary hush in the
babel of voices about him, Price
arose.
Tall, well formed mid In the
Hush nf manhood he stood erect.
He leaned far over the balcony
to their feel.
managed
Pi
asked: "Antl what do you Intend l(H
to call that day"r    Quickly and J}^
without a moment's hesitation
Price sprang in his feel and exclaimed "Labor Day". [IM , „.
Again was all seinblam f j^Guesls Comiort a Specially   Good Stabling in Connection |||
order destroyed, and the meeting
came to a sudden end, but not until
Price's motion  had  been curried
, with overwhelming numbers.       jijj
Poilav Labor Dav is observed
slipp
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BREWING CO., LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER | PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AM) PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
d P. O. BOX 812     fc
7\     TELEPHONE NO. I     J?
Port   Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
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I'oilay Labor Pay Is observed [IM
a legal  holiday   In  all   the W
Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   In
Cranbrook.
Hint
Cold n.iiiis
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NOTICE.
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union 'in,
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS    | ^FX^X'tSFZ
stales and territories of tha
United States except Nevada,
Nortli Dakota and Wyoming,
Its observance has spread across
the I'anadian border and Hi y  '^S^^^^p-^SgJ^S^J.^^.;^^^:.;
is now celebrated over a large
section of the Dominion. ###s$#-##.#.#.<t4{t##.'^
iiu each recurring anniversary. S. A
Ihe bone, blond and sinew of the   *        WllCll YOU T ll i 11 R       Of    #
Ml ,1,11
»'"hi.ln» .oum lo tho Bu™ „f |,
litlllllaK M0 a
la-ii il .Inl, ;a UMfcr..
Vina Wllaon  l.ia,„|
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Proprietors m i"' ■ ■ -.--■. >•«.«...... n„,„,,,,„„,    ■  «
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He m.
l)*U-(IJulj
«■ tiiiin' nr I,-
"".niiiir i,,n
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country abstains from all work
and, triumphant in Its might, i £
liles before the eyes of admiring! *
throngs the pioud banners <»!'I j*-
labor's worth inn) power, j.
There \* more < 'utarrah In thla
section of tha ooniury tban all othei*
(liseaaea jmi to^ethoi1. ami until the
last few yeara wiw supposed to boln>
uurable, Pop h rrreai many youra
floctors pronounced ii a local diseaue
ami prewsrlbed local remedies, and *>y j 2T
constantly falling io euro wltli local IJr
treatment, pronounced 11 Incurable. **<l
Science \mi* proven catnrrah tu li»* a ^t
con Btttuttonal dtseiiBQ and therefore ' "jgr
requires consiittitlonal treatment, jfe
Hall'- Catarrali Cure manufactured i>\ I **'
V. .1. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, i>j*V
the only constitutional cure on tht
market. Ubt taken Internalh in dose
from 10 drops to a Leaspoonful. h act
directly on the liluml and mucous sui
faces of Un- ayslum. Thej offer cm.
hundred dollars for anj case it falls t
euro. Send for circulars and test!
menials.
Address  ,!.   P.   t'HKN.'.Y   a   CO,
Toledo, ft.
Sold by DrtuftfisU, 75c.
Take fTaH's Family 1'ill- ror const!
pation.
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John K WIlmiAiMi
™»e'i»ln««ti.po.t planted noilZ.
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* Mi.  125.   R, A. M
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lingular meeting-is.   2nd Tumi-  |
lay   in   eucli   month   ill  oljrhl   Si
look,
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5   O'CIOCK
i      Sojourning
I! A. Mel lor dmi«
General Merchandise
in
f- \.TTENT10N   PKOSl'ECTOKK   AND   MINERS     li  is not
i'iniiiaiiiiii.il-  .in- a necessary to in-iirlit  your -,ip,»il,--s iwnnl^   milos, when you nan
^     rdlally Invited. | puvuhasp thn same goods, al the snine price." ill  MELLOUS
| H. M. BL'BHOW, Scribe. E.   I Mih,., ..„.,.,,.,    :     ,-l„ 81. Miti-ya i-it-.-r will lli.il ll a li
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Prof esslotia I.
HARVEY k McCARTBK
BARRISTERS ANO SOLICITOUS
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W. F. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Cranhrook
British ('uiiu
j  FALLS VIEW HOTEL
\ CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
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) B=C'   Marysville,   B.C.
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John p- tVllioD. Aienl
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a. re.  di li -.
l'nia-,1 th,.','.i|, Jajlj    | „,
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■l"li.a I    Wil.iaia Agiii
Commonrliuaiano.1 nianiedn iho  il '
oaatairnerof l.-i., II , ,„,.,    .
rMu.tlwiwe.»0chain. ».-. ii,.,,,.. a., ,i,„.,
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a. r.". mor. ,,r I,,.
Baled Juli -. isa,
j\ M Stewart l... .....
John !■' Wllaon ut -
rommenclnir at a |a... planleilal the rtorsl.-
nvlnn   neat oornor of B lloborei ,1 antl pnrolinn
alalia, tbotlcaonahalnt eaal therxa » tt.lu
north ii.-.." Webaln. »eal Iheac ■ ,i..in,
-'"illi l.ill.a- lalar.'.il l.i'.-ln.iiiiK roa|a|DIaj nia,
!■> rea re ," lea.
nate.1 July '"' it"'-
.1  s .11,.,., ,i,., l,...\„,
Jolin I' w i-nii ami
,».»....*•••**•*•*..**.,**.>•        'on holQtf a' a poat putntaOd mi ll.'' H..I.1.
I   enat eortisr of A  M  Stewart*, eoal and faeini
• leum ,l.,im ti,,'...■.'*. chain, aaal taoD . H
7^ ' ...ili.s .a..rtl. iii,..,,',. m ohalnl oun thcai-eal
a   . 'ii,,-.. so,,,i, in in., place nf twelnnliigeoaulB
illll l*.|fl a,ara>s ,||,.,.■ i,r ],'..
I'ata'al July 30   IMI
S  I-  IVaillaa'''. I,,.'iii.i.r
John y Wll.m, A«ent
llm 111 a laa.t planKd a, Hi- ii. :'
• «."t ...iii.i of J s   \!..,,a,nl,.i .a-iaal andia-tn'
General Outfitter
Marysville, B.C
Se. :
,,1,,., j The largest and  boat equipped hotel in the Si. Marys
 _8  valley. COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS
C. H. DUNBAR
IIAIIKI.STKK. SOLICITOH
unil NOTARY   PUBLIC.
Cranbrook, B.C.
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■       •« Ml ' ill ■■• i  ui y    ->    .. ii'iiiTint'i • rum atim ,f
wjii'iiin claim   tiH'i  10 chnlm «wi ibnc
at chnlm noitli thonoo BOobtiliu itmi   H>et*
m,\ ciiHino si.uiti in tbe plitrfs ot hpfrtnntn
fc*^«»*^^*l»%«*'*»»«%«*'»%*%*-»'»»-»»«»**'»%*
t NORTH   STAR       *
6. H. Thompson
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tsflf   S'HTAIlV  I'I 111.II'
OFFICE   LEASK   BUILDING
I'l'iiiilii'iiiik. li.. .
THOMAS   Mi'VI T TI E
P.U.S.  «A£ C.E.
Port Steel.' ll.C
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DR. E, W, CONNOLLY '
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HOTEL
Kimberley,   B. C,
J   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.    	
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Post Office
Store
PtiUoician i'1"1 Siirueon
OFI-'ICK AUMSTIfi'M,   AVK
llouiw: otn 11 a.in. atoiip.m, 1 The largest ('.oneral Store in Marysville, wneri. n.n -:
|.|,,,,,,.i,m,.',''iii-''"'ii,'si, .mi l|can  '"'  supplied  with  anything  the)   want  ,,i all time*
*  (ranlii'iiiik prices,
'•»."0-.«..«».-.«s«. I
I-.....' •..••■.■••■..•..
tl    III   I'J  II.Ill
I loll p.m.
7 In 1 p.m.
ill   which   In'   wns,   sealed   und
caught tin' eye of Mnsterworlt-I'*"
man Powderly.    Por a moment '
his voice wnshttt'dly hoard above ■•   "^,   .rvinHJ
iiu' din uf sounds,    Gradually &..   DENTIST
the noise uboul him became less!
ami s i his full  round  tones      iirfifin Honiw:
were heard   in   the   fartherest
recesses of the great hull.   At .»»--1-1.»-. ami rrbiobno,
the conclusion of his  address,;
which was filled with rhetorical Armstrong Ave.   Cranbrook fc
iiiiisis nf oratory, he stopped for i	
a um ii. ami with a voice    The Illinois Central
choked with emotion and show-, t H,.,M, ..,,.
.,       ,    ...     , .,    ;„„,:„„  !    Maintain, unoxuol   eervloo  fnnn t Hmul 0l,";l-
ng   he iii'iitii of Ins feelings „        , ..   .,,,  fcCnuiarv ai
1 .?     llu-wcsi In tin-,-nsi unil aiiutli. MaKlng fg-      i-".v. /\.
he said: "1 move you. Mr. 0|0BB O01inoflt,.om, witn in\m 0f all E
Chalrmnn, that it be the unan- tranncontlnontal lines, iiaBsongera are fc
imous decision of this ('(invention i tflvon tholv choice of rotiloa to Chicago Ife
that   hereafter one day  of the Loiilnvlllo, Memphiaanil New Orleami,|E
Groceries,  Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
1 P. Burns & Co. I
U.DHM I
', [ Mttl I
in'i'" more
Mrltr.l-llt Jill*,    100ft
\  w IllMwlell t/Kltoi
John I'". WiKun  AC'"1
Painlf)f 111*1 DR ill ii pfWI |ilitiil<'il  "il  tin" n'1"1'
fil-t QorilCI of B   !■'   \V;il,:ii'.' ■  PiO»l ntlil peU*
l< mu I'luim theneeMehftlnit mul U.w« '
rhnftm north, ihenro ROrhalni tm«l tntart *
rim I nn nouth u> tha plnofl ol hcftitinlni «»uli
ittf* 'viiui.-t.-. more oi low
l»Htl*ll '.'.'111 JU1J    l'"1''
iim;, Wnllnre, Ijonvn
.i.<i,n p WIImo Aim
Commi ni'iiik' hi it owl iiiiiiii'"' »i ii-1' """^
wt-Ht ■•on,<T or a w   itittwioiri '•»»! w'
potrolotim cUlra Ihcnpe SO chnlm etfl- lh*"w
BUchitlDK north, tbcnpo *•» rhitlni. ttait -IW1
Wi-hnlnn nouth to tha plao* ol romtnenMM1
cott tain Inn M0 norcn more nf Ibm
Dated Wth Jul) IMS
M \i llnrber, Deaun
John F Wllwn.An«i
I'.iiiii.ii'iicliHf nl n I'-i-t |.,.i il «I tin' 909
Men rornei "I M M nnrbor'n foil ind r*1'"
leum «l«itii  thonwi 10 cholnn Mttt,th»«Jj |
chalna north thoncn Wchnlm wmi thflM***
uhnlni aoulh m ih« plaeool baalnnlnfejai***
Inn ftlfl »orei morn or Ion
Datwl July '."Ml, I'm;.
Uberi Mu'/. '■,"'lll"r
jnlin F Wilton •''"rl
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I an in f hum   Ut.'no- wi phnlnn ir»l l||,ri"
I'lmlii* north, tin a w> ohriliw anal. Uiat*"* '
rimiiin M.utii to tho piit if boglnnlnn ''•,»u:s
ftlOBoruji mora or Ipm
Un toil Nth .July. IBM
PlornncoOrr !*•■"
S3 John F. Wllnoh W"
Three & Four Year Cosrsts
,. MitiitiK, Chei
Mechanical anil W"1"
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Mlncraloiiy ami Or*"
.;.,uv mi.! Public ii'.11^
Write for cnlcmlir tn
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Bciiooi oi mm
K.iiH-l"11 "',l
Mnin Office lor Eaat Kootenav "5
Ciiiiibiiii.k, n.c
3       05 I'ACIES : WEEKLY I lLL«rtWW
1 INDISPENSABLE TO 1
year shall bo sul aside and on
,111,1 llii',,.,'.-h Um
pilillls til I III' (lll'I'llKl     J»t.
that day  labor
l'rii»l live tai'rivalet'a ilefilrlng lnfor- g;
hall noi  labor 1 TOl)o„ m t0 lho ,nw08l mo, ana i„,M*?-
but go forth and show thai it is routors are Invited tn correiiponilenct
free and glories in the right of with thq following roproannUltilveSa        CT
its prowess'1. "• H. trumbuli., Co, rclal Agont
lie sal down and the cheering
which followed bis remarks and
Wholesale nnd Retail
| Meat Merchants 11
13 PER YEAR POSTPAID.
-S'.NII ITOIt MAMI'I.Ki^H'V.
I:     lii'sal down and the cheering I ,       '« Third Su Pot-thind, Oregon.
,,     ...... , , . , ,  .l.r. U.NUSKY, 1. P. & I'.A.
,, I which followed his remarks and ,t, ,,,,,.,.„ Sl   ,.,„.,llint(. 0l,ef,0n
motion made the building fairly    h. ll, Thompson, P. ,1 I'.A,, llooml 15;
1 Minings Scientific Press
^ I   MO MARKET ST., SAN FRANClMO, M*
Abattoir and Cold Stcirage3
M Calgary, Alberta." 1
J££ Dealers in
£    Live Stock
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR, PINK BRO
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Buy the Famous Carss Mackinaw Clothing and You "Will Have the Best on Earth
EveruDodu Knows
John 13. steison
Every hat maker on earth
knows him too, he is the one
man the) all try to imitate
bul they don't seem to
succeed.
We are buying our  hats
lirect linfii lohn U. now so the, wont cost vou so much
!
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a
■ .is iii the past.
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f received.
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Geo. A. Slater
Makes the best shoes in Canada
When you want
Style, Quality,  Finish
and Comfort
All combined buy the Invictus
Brand, they are just about what the name implies -Invincible—We guarantee
every pair to give
There is No
Suoii Thing
MEN'S
Furnishings
IS OUR BIG LINE
♦ clothing
OT e     ha ndle
everything a man
wears except
We claim to  have  the
| largest and best assorted stock of
i: Furnishings In East Kootenay.
I
v       We also sell Blankets. Quilts,
I
I .Pillows,   Grips,   Telescopes   and
'I Suit Cases.     OTe would  like the
I
| pleasure of showing you through
yg)
,1*
j and quoting prices.
.
Stapfields and Ellis' U^der
I Wear a specialty.
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As a rubber that is "Just
as good" as Kings Stub
Proof, they .lout make them
The last two winters we tried
two brands ol the   "just as good kind" but as we had so
many complaints about them we cut them out and will
handle unlv Stub Proof in the future.
TUB Man
I who wears
Gloves
|   Finds it very
I expensive under
\
i the best of conditions.   OTe have
I
I in the
I
E1SENDRATH
glove  that  will  reduce  this
\
',. expense to the lowest point.  OTe  i
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\ guarentee   this    glove    to    give
!
\ satisfaction.     OTe have a large  i
i
\ assortment to choose from.
They stand fire, water and
lmt:\^.''\i?X Uteam and will wash.
m
Groceries     Crockery     Glassware
w
1
'E have, everything in the line of grocaries that one
could desire, a small order for your house oi a
carload for your mill or mine will have our most careful and
prompt attention, We buy only the Best Goods we
buy only in car lots. we pay spot cash for everything
and give our customers the benefit
As we stated above, wc buy the very best ol everything,
wr use the very greatest care in buying canned goods as it doesn't pay to buy seconds
simply because they are cheap. Try our teas, packed under our own label, the best
teas in Canada for the price.
We sell the famous Leitch Bros Anchor Brand and Lake of the Woods Five Roses
flour no better to be had.    We cany a large stock of imported goods such as C. & B. Jams. Jellies, Marmalade, Pickles,
Capers, Anchovie Sauce, Chutney, etc.
Blue Label Catsup, Fancy California Fruits, Edam &
Limberger Cheese, French Sardines, Peas and Mushrooms,
in fact anything to be found in the big first class stores in
the Cities.
J E earn the Largest Stock ol Crockery and Glass-
wai e in East Kootenay.
Here   you  will  find  everything from  the  plain   white
granite   to  the  linerft   English,   German and French china.
We have a large stock ol  dinner sets,   .it all prices and
in almost any decoration-
Fancy Tea and Water Sets just the thing for presents.     We are showing a big line
ol toilet sets from the finest and newest decorations down to the plain white granite.
Bar Glassware of All Kinds
/x':"™'^\\ Dont fail to get our prices before buying  your  crockery
/AT       'v^V-*\
(\M     as we can save vou u lot of money.
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We ship goods to every town on the Crow. Give us
an order and be convinced that we are Prompt and Careful shippers and Big Money Savers.
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Kii.'i Kiait'tiay Im, HSOOO:Sad, 176.00
\.\.  190.00 silver oup;
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Ut. 120.00; 2nd, IIUOO
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lit.   10 Oil; ''nil,    5.00
t.t.     6.00; 2nii.     3.00
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i tl<: moo ■> racfli over
(5 years,
Girl*, race, n dec
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Bo*,« race, under ten
yaan ■ Ut,    3,00; 2nd,    'J.on
High pole rault Ut,   10.00; 2nd,    4<0
Puttlnx 16 H>. shot       Ut,   10.00; '-'nd,    S.00
Winning  team,  trap
-liootinii      Silver Cup
T in of war. on cleau,
io  mi'ti   on   team,
open tw Baal Kodte*
uay     Ul, 135.00; 2nd, 116.00
No "p^otnl prizes without three entries.
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CRANBROOK. B.C.
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J. P. Fink, President
CELEBRATION   COMMITTEE.
S. McDonald, Vice Chairman
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H. White, Secretary
VICE PRESIDENTS:
A. King. R. Findlay. H
Wfw» »i»»^^ i> .,
F. Hnclicroft.  Wm. Oliver, G.
A. K. Leitch, F. Becker. I. J
N. Hanson. Thos Young, G. Leitch. T. Moran. W. W. Tuttle.
W. Drew, I. H. Wilson, J. Austin,
Baxter, G. Campbell. S. Speers, R. A. Fraser, O. Burge,
E. C. Moran, C. C. Farrell
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th.' soi.io sii.vEH skv. tvliliili will In: given in *
the holder of tho !ai'j£"s- numbor nl coupons oq
January, l-i, 19011,
A COUPON "''11 I"' ifivi'ii with ovory  C'ljpar
or |!ii»*,,ii_i' i,i  I'i^ai-i'tt'is puroliiued  botweon $
Hrptombor 1st, 190BamlJunuai'j'  1st, im. j
S. J. MIGHTON, ;
Tobacconist, I
liAKKIC STHKKT.               CRANBROOK, ii.d. I
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WILL  BE
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8 the SOLID SII.VEH SET   ivllii'li   Ifttl In-  sivi-li to  S
S the bolder ul tbe latKWt imjulwr (,f coupons nn .J.
;J January, lit, 1900. ft
,- A COUPON will Im, iflvmi with evory ULgar £
I in- paokuge ol Cigm-uiio. pur-hiued between •§
I September Int. 1905and January   Im. 10CW.       3
S. J. MIGHTON -
Tobeicconl-il *
CkANDUOOK, 11. C. 1
Baker stbket.
GIVEN   AWHY
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A   HANDSOME
Set of Table
SILVERWARE'
Valued at $75.00
Consisting of 56 Pieces
One Dozen Dessert Spoons ~     *"       ^^■- ™~^-~
One "   "   Tea Spoons
One Dozen Table Forks       t
One   "   " Dessert Forks    ¥
I      One-half Dozen Table Spoons One Butter Knife
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| One Sugar Spoon
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Guaranteed to be Solid Silver,
In a Handsome Oak Cabinet.
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A Coupon will be given away with every Cigar or package of Cigarettes
purchased -The person holding the largest number of coupons on
January 1st, 1906, will receive this handsome Silver Set.
S. J. MIGHTON
Tobacconist
Baker Street
Cranbrook, B, C,
NOTICE.
No. I.
Take W'tici.- tlint thirt: days afier
date I intend to apply 10 the Chief
C<»iHmiV*i..nep t.t..Land*; and Worka at •
Victoria tor a. ipedal- License to cur.-
ami t*aiTy:a\vav timber from the follow*
Iti^doflcrlbod hinds in -southeast Koote-
uay District.
Comment.'in # at a post planted on the
north  ijuni; 'of  the  Skookum  Chuck
Paver, uIm>ul one half mile north of
Cariboo Creek, thence north 20 chains,
thenee »*a»t HO chains, thence nouth 80
clu-ins, thenee  west SO chains, tbenoe
north QO chains to the place of beginning containing 040 acres more or less.
P. Jensen, Locator
Dated AugutO, l_lst, 1005
-.   i 'timmencing at u  |»i->t   planted
one half mile wont of P. .lenson'b tim-
bei   clitim.   thence   BOttth   80  chains,
thenco ea**t 40 chains. thence north ItiO
c.'iaiii.-.. thenee we>:   K) chains, thence
jutli so dUuittti to |>1im-- of beginning
containing 04U acre-, motv or loss.
Kulda 1.und in. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 81, MM
8." Comment-iug at n,|*rst   planted
one mile west of Kuldit Lundtn'tf timber
claim, thence uOUth Hi) chains.,  tbence
cant Hi) obalna, thenee nortli He chains,
thence went 80.chalnu to place of beginning, containing IHO acres more or
lew;
P. Wit.feUU, Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated Augua: -IU 1900
4.   Con -in* -neing at ;t post planted at
the i o 'thwuflt corner of  1*.  Winfeldt's
timber claim, thenee north SO chains),
thenee cist Hi).eliam*. thence south 80
•haitiH, thenee west Hi) chains to place
of beginning containing 540 acre*, more
or less.
P. Pearson, Locator
'■' P.Jensen, Agent
■ Dated August 21, 1005.
■■&. Commencing ut a jX-.it planted
one mile west of P. Winfeldt's Umber
claim* thence smith fiO chain*., thence
east tHf chains', thence north HQ chains,
thence west SU chains to place of be-
•'ming containing 1.40 acres more or
leas.
B. Lundin, Locator
■ P. Jensen, Agert
Dated August 21, 1905
6. Commencing at the northwest
'iirner ot It. Luiidiu's timber claim,
thence north HO chains, tbenee east 80
i-tains, thence south 80 chains, thence
West 80 chuins to place of beginning
containing 640 acres more or hiss,
P. VVinfeldt. Locator
P. Jensen. Agent
Dated August 21, 1808
7. Commencing at a i-ost planted
one halt mile west nf !■. I.undin's corner post, thence south '160 chains,
thenee ca<t 40 chains, thenee north 160
chains, thenee west 40 .-leiins to place
of beglnoi Ig containing 640 acres more
or loss.
Wilhemiua Miller. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Datod August 21, 1005
k.  Commencing .at a RP*-.  planted
one half mije west of \V.   Miller's corner   post,   .thenco  south   100  chains.
thence east 40 chains, thence north 160
chains, thence west 40 chains to place
ot beginning containing 640 acres more
or loss.  .   .  -,
,\. J. Miller, Uicntor
P. JenwMi, Agent
Dated August gL 1606
ll,   Ouintnonctn^ at a   [.est  one half
mile west of A. J. Miller's corner post,
thence eolith 160 chains, thence east 40
chains, tbence north 100 chains, thence
west 40 chains to place of beginning
Containing 640 acres more or loss.
N. Hanson. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated Angust 21, 1906
10. Conmioncihy at a post planted
at.iho northwest corner of N. Hanson's
timber claim, thence south 100 chains,
thence west' W ohalns, thenco north 160
chains i e ice oust 40 chains to place
of beginning contain Ing 040 acres mora
or less.
Wilhemiua Milter. Locator
P. Jensen, Agent
Dated August 21. 1005
11. Commencing at a ptt.-t planted
at the northwest corner of \V. Miller's
timber claim, ih i <v west 4n ohalns.
thence north 40 chuins. thenee east 100
chains, thence south 40 chains, thence
west 120 chains to place ol beginning
containing 640 ncres more or less.
A. J, Miller. Locator
P. Jensen. Agent
I    Dated August 21, 1U05 36
NOTICE.
Notict1 Ik hiTcliy given [t>nt thirty Uays iftvr
clKlo I lnu'iid to apply to tiit- Chlnt ConnnlH*
Blonor of Lauds and Wurkt, nt Victoria for a
Llceime to proipect for Cost u mi Petroleum on
the following described lands In Soutbeaat
Kootenay.
CommeuelDR at a'pont planted about (IB)
eighteen miles pact of Morrlwy In Block No.
4S9S, ami in fchc lOUtbwMf oornoi- of Mary
Ffthsy'sflnfii., LhvQM mcuitli 80 olmlns. thSafiO
caist W chalu^. tb-iiu-e nortli s» clmlni, thenro
wrsi so dhulns to plii'c nf tn'gininii(t. TI'U
ctAlm wan at onu time Ini'utPil bv p. S llviltn
or Spokauo. Winei, nnd known as one of tbe
Hnckett group,
A. MATt'SKAY     i
JUOBNK MOKDH   f Locators
JOS. OAt.t_. Atfint.
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2, thence weat 100 chains, thenee north
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thenoe south 40 ehaius to place of com-
menoement.
Dated this 11th day of August, 19J5
G. Geary
No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains west of G. Geary's northeast
corner parcel No. 2, thenee west 100
chains, thence north 40 chains, thenee
east 160 chains, thenee smith 40 ehaius
to place of commencement.
Dated this [lth day of August, I .tuft
A. M. Morriee
No. 2.
Commencing at a post |ilanteil 20
chains west of A. it. Morrice's northeast corner parcel No. 2. thence west
100 cmuns. thenee north 40 chains,
thenee east 160 chains, thence south 40
chains to place of commencement.
Dated this 11th day of August, lih)5
Ben W'erden
No. 2.
Commencit-g at
chains west of Ben Warden'• northeast
corner parcel No. 2, thence west 100
chains, thenee north 40 chains, thence
east 160 chains, thence south 40 chains
to place of commencement.
Dated this 11th day of August, 1905
Irven Shedgivick
No. 2.
.,o-Ke m hereuy given that thirty
days after date we intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for special licences to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in North-east Kootenay
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile from White River Lake and
about one-half mile from White River
on the south side and about 2ft miles
from its mouth, thence east about 160
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
west 160 chains, thenee 40 chains to
the place of commencement.
Dated this 8th day of August, 1905.
J. P. While
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at J. F. White's southwest corner jiost parcel No. 1, thence
east 100 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 160 chains, thence north 40
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated this 9th day or August, 1906.
C. A. Chapman
Parcel No. I.
Commencing at a post planted at C.
A. Chapman's southwest corner Parcel
No, 1, thence east 160 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 160 chains
thence North 40 chains to the place of
commencement.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1905.
Wm, Carlin
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted at
Wm. Carlin's southwest corner parcel
No 1, thence east 100 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 100 chains,
thence north 40 chains to the place of
commencement.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1905
A. Doyle
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at A. Doyle's northwest
corner post parcel No. 1, thence south
100 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 100 chains, thenoe east 40
chains to tne place of commencement.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1905     \KOra9r >mrcel No- 2
Wm. Walsh
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted on the
southwest side of White River, and
about too chains northwest of J, H.
White's northwest corner, parcel No. 1
thence east 40 chains, thence south 100
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
..orth 160 chains to the place of commencement,
I) i url iiH;. 10th day of    ugust, 19J6
F. Blnmore
Pa   ul No  1
Commencing at a post planted at F.
Bifimore's northwest corner parcel No.
I, thence north 160 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 160 chains,
thence east 40
commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905.
G. Geary
Parcel No. I.
Commencing at a post planted on the
northeast side of White River and
about 20 chains east of K. Binmoru's
northeast corner parcel No. 1, thence
east 60 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence west HO chains, thence north 80
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905.
Ben Werden
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted at
Ben Werden's northwest corner parcel
No. 1, thenee east 80 chains, thence
NOTICE. NOTICE
.AU.-NotA, .bail intend to apply to th*!   TA-■ SOTIC   thaiVlajnd'wapplylutfta
chief tommlsaloner ol Lands and Woi k, foi 11 ■ '*■"■■' ommUalonar o. Lauds and w orka toi i
. - mi„  „ , , J special License to cut and oarry away Umber \ 8P"W Ll,vm'1'w «" "J ■«*» »"* Umb»'r
Commencing at a post planted on the I ^      (oUowlni described .and* La test I,rom <h<' blowing ds«»lbed mod* in south-
sourt side of White River and at F.! Kooteuay District, British Columbia taat Kootaaay DUulotj British OolamWa.
Blnaore'a northeast corner parcel No. |   rw_n_m*n..ing at a pott planu d at j wirtb s
South East corner No a claim thence NortM ISO i
i'.'iJin.i'tu'flUK at a post planted at Nels John
>n'» northeast comer No. t lloens*, thenee
chains, ttiuuce East to chains thence -.outh 180
chains, thenee west *) chains to place ot be.
glantug.
Dated thla iflh day ot August, 1SU5.
36 ii Kershaw, Locator
eaai -ai i-lialiis. ill. nee south M chelna. thenee
west SO ehaius. tbenoe north £0 chains* to place
of ...ginning
Mated this 12th day of Augum, 1906.
E. H Small
St. Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that 1 Ititeiid  o apply to the
Chief Com mission er of Lands and Works fur u
special Liceii.se to cut and oarry awuy Umber
from the followlni described landi   in  East
Kootenay District, lirhish Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted ai   A-  T   Coll-
wells* southeastoornor thence [forth iSQehalnt
thence Kaat io chuins. thenee south MU) ohstttS,
tbt-uce West to eliulim lo place of beginnlBffi
Dated this IHU, day of August, i»i*
ii. Kershaw, Jr.
36 Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTirb ihui i Lntettd to apply to th«
Chief Comutl-sioi.t*r of i inuls and Works for a
speeiui Lloeuse to but and oafry »*ay'Umbsr
ir.,m tne fuiioH-iuti desorlbed Und* iu Kast
Kootenay District. British Columbia:
Coutui-ucliii.    :u    a    post   plumed   at    H.
Kershaw's South Kast corner -No. i license
thence Ndi in HHI chains, thenee Kast 40 chains,
post   planted 20  tbouce south 100 ohalns, thenee West Mthelttl
to place of beglnuint.
Dated this lath, day ut AUfUat. IVUb.
J. Wirili.
3C Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 30 days after date I the un-
derslgned intend to apply to the Chief Com-
| mlssloner of Lattdl and Works at Victoria, M
Id, (Or a special licence to out and carry away
' timber from tin following deacrlbed lands, in
I Bail Kootenay.
: Comnu QOlng nt u i>ost planted one half mile
i lOUthOl the northwest corner of A. T Collwell
thence west BO chains; tie nee north 80 chains:
thence rust SO chains; ihenee south Si)chains to
I place of beginning,
Dated this £!th day nf AUgUlt, lOtlfi
Johti Kwln,
i   » Locator
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK Hint 1 intend to apply to th*
Chief Commissioner of Lands aud works for a
special Lloeaie to cut mid cirryaway timber
Commencing at a post 20 chains west  irom the lollowing  described lunds lu Kaat
of Irven Shedgivlck's northeast corner Koott4*"-y *-•■<■■<■•'
pus! pttrcel No. 2, thence west 80 chains
thenee north Hi) ohalns, thence east ku
chains, thence south 8(1 chains to place
of commencement.
Dated this 11th day of August, 1006
John Glen
Pareel No. 2.
L'onmencing at. a post planted '-iO
| chains west of John Glens northeast
thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
eastBO chains, thence south 80 chains
to the place of commencement.
Dated this 11th day of August. 1906
Willis M, Violette
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at a post planted about
four miles northeasterly of O. Geary's
northeast post parcel No. I, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains lu the place of commencement.
Dated this loth day of August, 100..
J. P. Wnite
Parcel No. 2.
Commencing at  a  post planted  40
tirltisli Columbia
ComiHi'iii-iiK.' at a po.%1 plant d at J. McNeil's
North West corner thenoe Sou ii IW chains,
thence West 40 chains, th nee North IMehalni
thence Kast tu chains to place of heKinuiiiK
Uated this iath day of August) 1905,
3fi J. Marten, Locator
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that I Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lauds uud  Works lor u i
Special Liceuse to cut aud earry away timber
from tbe following desorlhod lands  in Eaat
Kootenay DUtrlct. British Columbia;
Commenceminn a poslplantedut A A.twin's
North West corner theme South 160 chains,
thence West40ohttini, thence Nor'h lOOobslpi,
tbence Kust to chuins to place of bi ginning.
Dated this rUi. day of AUgUst 1K05.
J. McNeil
36 Locuior.
NOTICE.
TAKK N'DTiCK tnat I intend to apply to
the Chief Comnlsiloner of Lands and Works
for a license to cut and carry away timber
I from Ihe followinit described lands in South
1 Kast Kootenay; - Commencing at a post planted one mile north of J. McNeil'* northwest
corner, thenee east so ehalni. theoce south SO
chains, thence west so chains i hence north so
chains to place of beginning.
Dated tins 23th day of AUgtflt. IMS.
:«. Nels Johnson
NOTICE.
Take notice that I Intend toapply to thei'hlef
Cominissioiiers of Lends and Works tor a
Speeiui License to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands In South
•sat Kootenar "M< Ct lirltlah Columbia
Commencing ut a post planted one half mile
south of J- Martens northwest corner, thence
south tflO chains; thouoo west 40 chains, thence
nortli  ItW ohalns, thence east 4(1 chains to the
place of beginning.
Dated this Wth d ty of August, UWft.
Nels Johnson
■AC, Locator
NOTICE.
Take notice that 1 intend to apply vm
the Chief Commissioner of  Landa and.
Works for a special license to cut an_
NOTKT-.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief toniniissioner of Lands und
Work* for ft special license to cut and
carry away; timber from the following j carry away timber from the followinf
described lands In Southeast Kootenay described lauds in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia: district British Columbia:
Commencing at the southeast corner     Commencing at the northeast corner
of Jas.    Highwarden's No.   1   timber 0f Thus. Roberta timber license, thence
license, thence west 100 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence east 100 chains.
thence north 41) ehaius to place of com
tuencement.
Dated August 11th, 1005
30 Jas. Ulghwardeu
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in .Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia.
Commencing at the southwest corner
of Jas. Highwarden's No. 2 timber
HceOHO, thence HO chuins west, thenee
HO chains north, thence SO chains east.
tbence HO chains south to place of commencement.
Dated August llth, 1905
.1. Taenhauser
HOTTCE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut aud
carry away timber from the following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing one and one half miles
west of the southeast corner of J
Taenhauser's timber license No. a
thenee south HO chains, thence west hO
chains, thence north HO chuins, thene
east Hd chains to place of commctict
ment.
Dated August llth, 1.K15
.10 J. McNeil
NOTICE.
TAKL N iTiOB that I intend to apply to tbe
chief Commission ei of Lends and Works lora
Special Ltctnse tu out and curry a wuy timber
ftom the following described lauds in Kast
Kooienay District, British Lolumblu:
Commeuciiik' ut a po.st pl-tnte.l at Jucoh Nel
son's North West  corner, tbenee Sjutb I6u
chains, ihenee West   '(> chains, thence North
UVU ehalni,. thence Kast 40chains to place of be.
chains west of J. P, White's southeast finning
'bains to the place of Icori,er P-***1 No- ^ theuce south 100
{chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
north IHO chains, thence east 40 chains
to the place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905    |
(,'. A. Chapman
Parcel No. 2.
Dated this 12th. day of August, i'j-'.v
A. A. Ewln,
36 Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK that 1 Intend   toapply tothe
Chief Commissioner of Lan Is aud Works for a
Special License to cut and carry away timber
Commencing at  a   post   planted 40 from the r0ilowia»e  described lands in Kaat
chains went of J.   F. White's north-  Kootenay District, British Columbia:
east   corner    parcel    No.   2,   thence     Commencing at a post planted Vi mile west oi
north 100 chains, thence west 40 chains  the Skookumchuok river, on the first creek en
Nt aide and close to trail gointt up said creek.
thence south 100 chains, thence east 40
chains to the place of commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905
36 William Carlin
Take
NOTICE.
notice that thirty days after
thnnce South ttSU chains, thence West Hi chains
thence North IW chains, thence Kaat ♦Ocbuins
to plaoe of bi'Kinnintf.
listed thla 1'ith day of August. 1906.
Jacob .Nelson
"X Locator.
north HO chains, thence west HO chains dalu J inlend to apply to the  Chief
NOTICE.
Commissioner of Lands and Works at
Victoria for a Special Liceuse to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands in Southeast Koote*
nay district:
ll,   Commencing at a post planted on
the west line of the Crow's Nest Lum-
dar Co.  lease, thence west HO chains,   beginning,
thenee south 80 chains, thence east 80 ;
chains, thence north 80 chains to place
of beginning containing 040 acres more
or loss.
H. Lundin, Locator
P. .Jensen, Agent
Bated August 21, 19u5
2.   Commune ng at a po.st planted at
TAKE NOTICK that I Intend to apply to the
chief CommiPsioner of 1 ..nds unl worlcmo a
Special Mcenae to Cut nnd carry away timber
from the following described lands lu Gust
Kootenay District, British Columbia:
Commencing at a post planted at H. Kerahaw
Jr"a .Southeast corner No SUcense, ihenoe east
40ohalns. tbence North IW) chains. tnenceWest
4"c.ii.!ns thenco Soutb 100 chains to place of
thence south 80 chains to the place of
commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1905
John Glen
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing  at  a  post planted at
John (jlen's northwest corner parcel
1!, thence east HO chains, thence
lorth 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
'thence south 80 chains to the place of
commencement.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1906
Irvin Shudtrivick
Parcel No. 1.
Commencing at a post planted on the
northeast  side  of   White   Kiver and
about onchulf mile north-easterly from I the northeast corner of il.   Liu.d
Oeorje Geary's northeast corner parcel | timber claim, thence west 80 chains,
No.  1, thence east 80 chains, thence t thouce north HO chains, thence east 80
north HO chains, thence west 80 attains,  chains, thence south >S0 chains to place essHOrhain.
thence south HO chains to the place of of beginning containing 040 acres more ofbeflnnlai
commencement- j 0r less.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1006    i u, Lundin, Locator
A. Ji. Morrlce j., j,.,1Hett. Agent
Parcel No. 2. \    |)at4;d August 21, LOOS
Commencing at u iMtst planted on the !    .,    ,.„ -	
ido of White Kiver and Hh....t 10 Commencing at a post planted one     TAKE N0T10B that I intend to apply to tho
ido or White Kiver and about 101 h||lf mUe wwt ()f th|; Umi Q( U|(j Cpow.g ohlef Conmltilonflf 0, Uodl Brt Workl fcp tt
Nest Lumber Co.  lease, on the north  Sp«cl»l UWn« tn cet and oarry away tlmear
line of B. Lundin's timber claim, thence
east 40 chains, then00 north UK) chains.
Dated this 12th day of Auguat. 1W.V
J. Winh.
*» Locator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICK th»t I inten'i to anply to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
Special License to out end oarry away timber
from ihe following described lands in Kast
Kooteney Dtjtrlot, itritisti Columbia:
Commcni'liiK at a txiitt planted nt Nels John-
lon'i northwest corner No. -i lieen.se thence
W6SI 40 QbainB, thenee north ISO -hiiln .. tbence
thenoe south Iwobalni to piaes
Dated this i-'th day of Atigunt, IDCft.
A T  ' o'lmell
I'i Locator.
NOTICfc.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend toapply to
Take notice that I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds ami
the Chief (' i/crilssioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lai da in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at Thus, How's south
line on Cariboo Creek, thence east 40
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August 3rd, 1905.
36 Joe Tuetihuiiser
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from tho following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British ('olumbia:
Commencing at the southeast corner
of A. A. Ewin's timber license, thence
lMl chains smith, thence 40 chains Wesl
thence 160 chains north, thence 40
chains east to place of commencement,
Dated August 3rd. 1006.
36 John Kwin
NOTICE.
Take net ice that I Intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to out and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the southwest corner
of Joe Taenhauser's timber license,
thence west 40 chains, thenee north 160
chains, thence 40 chains east, thence
160 chains south to place of commencement.
Dated August 3rd, 1005
36 A. A. Ewin
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands iu Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at J. Marten's south
line on Cariboo Creetf, thence east 40
chains, tbenee south 80 "bains, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
thence east 40 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August 3, 1906
36 Thos. Dow
NOTICE.
north
miles from its mouth, tbence east ho
chains, thenee north 60 chains, thence
west 80 chuins, thence south HO chains
to place of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 100.1.
A. Doyle
Parcel No. 2,
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains cast of A. Doyle's southwest
corner post parcel No. 2, thence south
80 chuins, thence east 80 chains, thence |
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
to pi-ice of commencement.
Dated this llth day of August, 100.".
Wm. Walsh
Pat eel v .*-'.
Commencing at a post planted at  A.
Doyle's northwest corner parcel No. 2,1
thence west 160 chains, thence no th j
40 chains,  thence   east    160   chains.
thenoe south 40 chains to place of com-1
JBuncemeul.
from the frillowintf   inscribed  Inn-Is   In Kaat
Kootenay DUtrlct. Brltlah Columbia:
Comtneneinii at a post planted at H. Kerahaw
thenee West 40 Chains, thenoe SOUth 160  .Irs northcaat corner So. 2   license,  thenoe
chains to place of beginning containing ' west so chains, thence north M chains, thence
640 acres more or less esstSO chains, thence south 80 chains to the
I.   1   _    „   ,        , ■ plaoe of beginning.
,,,. ' * ;iernBen' LuCUtor     j    Dated this 12th day of AuKus,, 1006.
Dated August 21, 1905
4. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of P, Jenson's
Umber claim, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence south 160 chains to plac
E. H. Small
Locator
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICE that I i-.tend to apply to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Land and Workl for a
of bogluning containing 64J acres more ! sPecl111 Licence to cut and curry away timber
from the followinit deacrlbed  InndN In South-
Dated AUgusl 21
j. .Main, Locator
1*. Jensen, Agent
11)05 ;;ii
READ.
THE PROSPECTOR
I east Kootenay Diatrlot. Hritinh Columbia.
Commencing at a post planted at E, Small's
HoutheaHl   corner,   theme    north   80  chalna,
I tbenoe eaat ho chains, thence south so chains,
thence west eighty chain" to place of beRln-
nlnK
Dated this llth day of August, l»0ft.
ll. i'. Cook
36 Locator.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissi oh Of of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away t imb*-r from thu following
described lands In Southeast Kootenay
district British Columbia;
Commencing 20 chains smith of the
southwest corner of A. A. Kwln's No. 2
timber license, thence west 160 chains,
thenee north 40 chains, thence east 160
chains, thence south W chains to place
of commencement.
Dated August lllh. 1906
36 Jus Highwarden
MINERAL ACT
irony r.)
OKUTtriCATE OF IMPHoriUKMls
NOTICE.
Bruce Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Fort Steele Mining Division
of East Kootenay Dhitrict.
Where located: -On the went fork of the St.
Mury'ft Kiver and tying nouth of the "White
Star" mineral claim.
Take notice that I. John U. Cummlnga, F.M.
C. So, B.48S76, acting us agent for Joseph
U. Wright Free Minor's Certificate No. B738M. Intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, toapply io the Mining Recorder
for it Certificate ot Improvement*, for the pur-
pose of obtaining a Crown (irant of the above
claim
Anil further take notice thai action, tinder
section XI. must be commenced before the iaiu-
ance of such Cortlfloato of Improvements,
Date*? this S7th day of Aoguat, AD, ma.
30 JOHN U. CUMMINOS
NOTK&
Taki- notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber frnni the following
described lands in .Southeast Kootenaj
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the southeast corner
of Jas. Highwarden's No. 1 timber
license, thence south 60 chains, thenci
west HI) chains, thence north 60 chains
thence east 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated August llth, 11*06
3H Thos. Dow
NOTICE.
Take notice that i intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands am
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Koot.-nay
district British Columbia:
Commencing at the northeast corn
of J. Kwin's timber license, thence east
40 chains,  thence   south   160   chain
thence west 46 chains, thence north 160
chains to place of commencement,
Dated August 3rd, 1905
36 Thos. Itoberts
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lund*, and
Works for a speeial license lo cut and
carry away timber from the following
described lands in Southeast Kootenay
district. British Columbia.
Commencing at a port planted about
60 chains south of Hkookum Cluck
Creek, on Cariboo Creek, on the south
line of Pete Jensen's timber license,
thence cast 40 chains, thenee south HO
chains, thene*1 west HO chains, them
north 60 chains, thence eaat 40 chains
to place of beginning!
Dated August Urd, 11616
66 J. Marten, Locator
MINERAL ACT
(Foaa F.t
CIRTirtOATS or IHPIloVKMRNTS.
NOTICE
Victoria Mineral Claim
Situate in the Fort Steele Mining Division of
Kaat Kootenay District.
Where locnied.-On the west fork of the St.
Mary's River und lying to the south of the
"White Star" mineral claim.
Take notice that 1 John (.}. Oummlngi Free
Miner's Certificate No. "B4BWB" acting
as iifrnnt for JtlPph H. Wright. F.M.C. No.
B788SS nnd 0. I*. Coon. F.M.C. No. B788M, Intend
ilxty day« from the date hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Cert If) ate of Improve,
menu* for the purpose of obtaining ft Crown
(J rant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
•ootlon 37. must be commenced before the liiu<
•nee of Mich Certificate of Improvement*.
Datod thla t7i ti day of AngUat, AD, .tor..
M JOHN Q. CUMMINUS
east 80 chains, tbence south 80 chains,
thence west SO chains, thenee north 80
chains to place of commencement.
Dated August Urd, 1905
•'■6 Jacob Nelson
NOTICB,
Notice is hereby given that olxty
days after date l intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner ol Lauds and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described luuiU situate In
Southeast Kootenay.
Commencing at ihe southeast corner
of Lot 8047 Croup one, thence
north HO chains, thenee east 60
chains, thenco south 80 chains, thenco
west 40 chains, thence south Lt) chains,
thenoe wesl 80 chains, thence north 20
chains, thenoe west 20 ohalns to place
of beginning, containing 680 acres
more or less.
36 John A. McDonald, Locator
Dated this I5ih day of August, 1005.
NOTICE.
Take     Notice    that     thirty     days    after
date i intend to apply to thi Chief Oommis*
-.loner of Laudfe and Works at Victoria fori
License to proipect for coal und Petroleum on
'he following doiortbtfl landa. situate on Fording Kivei in south But Kooienay
Commencing ai a posl pi uitod uear the north
west corner of John Brown's licence and on thu
east Hide nf Work No. 4388, tbenee north HO
.bains. Ihi'iii'u east SO Obalni, them.e south SO
i'hains. tbenoe irsst so obalni to place ofbn
ginning,
Dated Augual 18th, IMS
Maud Kvutis. Locator
M John Brown, Agent
NOTICE.
Take Notloo that aodiya after date I intend
toapply to the Chief Com in Un loner of Landi
and Works at Victoria lor a License to proa-
peot for Ooal and Petroleum on the following
lourtbed landa, iltuato on Fording River in
South EMI Kootenay:
Commencing at * poll planted titer the
northoaal turner uf B. Harvey's ooal and
petroleum   licence   thenee   south  SO   chains.
thenoe eaat 60 chains, thence north 80ehaius,
thence west SI) ohalns to place of beginning.
containing fiio sores more or leaa.
Duled AUgUSt l-'th, llWi.
Violet Bvsns, Locator
88 John Urown, Agent
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby glron that I intend thirty
days after date to apply to the chief Oommts-
doner of Lands and Workiof the Province of
Ornish Columbia for a Licence to prop.*>cci for
Ooal and Petroleum on the following desorlbed
lands situate in Southeast Kootenay:
Commencing at u pon planted live mile*
lorth and about one und  three fourths miles
■vest of tbo north-oast oornor ol Lot No. iiwa,
-hence south MO chains. He ncc Kast SO chain*.
fhin*c north SO obalna. tbenoe went so chains
o place ol commencement.
Diue<l August llth. 1906
88 Jobn Brown, Locator.
NOTICE.
takk NOTICB nmi thirty days after date I
intend to apply to the Ohlef Commissioner of
Lands and Workl for a Lloonce to prospect for
Coal and Petroleum on the following land, lu
South Kust Kootmiay
Oonuaonoiflg at the southeast corner post
dented on the north line ot I) Moore's ooal
Hcencu, thence north so chains, tbenee woat
I1.S6 Ohalns more or less to tbe east line of c.
H.olii'sooal licence, thence south 80 ohalni
to the northwest corner of I) Moore's coal
licence. tbonoooast-ll*SB ohalns to place of be-
glQnlng.
Dated August iflth. una
James T. Laldlaw, Locator
■L'' John Itrown, Agent
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICB that thirty days after date I
i Intend toapply to tho chief Commissioner ot
-and., and Works lor a Liceiiao to prospect
or Coal and PotroloutO oti the  following lauds
ii South Bad Kootenay;
Coiiimcii. n>ual a post plained  at  Ihe  north-
treat corner, boing tbe northeast comer post of
1»  Moore's coal licence, Ihenee east II 'JAebalna
tbence south SO obslni thenee west n .Wobalns
thence north so ohalns to plaoe of beginning
Dated August loth, 1906,
Andrew Laldlaw. Locator
86 John Brown, Agent
wr^kwrwt ^vfiraviv
UCtNOTCS FOB SRLLINO Nt BSBRY
STOCK.
Attention la directed to the 1'rovisloni of
See. IT of the Horticultural Hosrd Act which
rendh as fOltOvrs
"Ho person, Bra "i corporation xhaii engage
"or continue in ihe bUslUSSS of   selling   an
principal   egenu  Koiicitor.   ot   otherwise,
within iho Province, (run trees   plants or
"nursery stock, or of Importing for sale  iruii
■trees, plants or nursery stood into the pro
'Vineo. WithOUl lir-t tin. Ing Obtained n   licence
'to oarry on luob business In the Province as
"in ihis Act provided".
All persons authorised to sell nursery stock
In this Province are required by tbeir principals, or by themselves i« deposit bonds, in the
Department ot Agriculture victoria, for the
faithful performance of their obligations. Tbo
public  Is  therefore  wm lied  noi   to   purchase
nursery stock ozoept from duly licenced persons.
Ortlcc of the II. hi id or Horticulture
Department of Agriculture.
Victoria. BOth July, lltft.
.1. It. ANDKK.SON,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture,
81 Secretary.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that Italy days after
date I Intend to apply to the Hon. the Chief
Commissioner or Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase the following described
lands, situated In Kant Kootonoy Districti—
Commencing at a post planted at tho north
est corner of Lot 1688, Ctroup I. In the said
Basl Kootenay District! thence east f» chains,
thenee norih EO chains, tbenoe west W) chains
■8 or less to the KhsI bank of the Klk Kiver.
thenoe>southoastorly along the naid eaaterly
hank or tho Blk Rlvor about 90 ohalns to the
place of eointneneeineni, there bnlng 4S0 Boron
more or leaa.
Elk Rlvor. II.C, June iMth, 1906,
T. W. BINOAY
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FOUND
uHniiHHnumuuuuuuuuuHmum
ON BAKER ST., ONB DOOR WEST OF
HII.l. at CO,    Tli. only plage In town
a     lliall  ,'_li IIIMk,' lifr Willi |, ill,- |ivi||aa.
rue
an Hole
E. H. SMALL, Manager
®tje gfroepectev.
SATIiliUAY, SKIT.
IWJI
ROYAL    |
HOTEL   i
One Dollar Per Day
.    and Up.
L. B. VanDeear, Prop.
1905 I90B
Nelson  Fair
9     3  DAYS   3     9
Commencing Sept. 20th
Larger and better than ever. Everything new and up-to-date
All kinds of open air attractions, Kadi day somotlilng Interesting
Yen will meet f.lil friends there,
Single Fare On All Lines Of Travel
WRITE FOR PRIZE LIST
J. E. ANNABLE Sec.
LOCAL NEWS.
,1. C. MaoBeau, Jaftray, was
I a guest at the Cosmopolitan Mun |
day.
Sec Short .»• Co. about you|
banners al onee   time is Hying.
I'. Jensen, Wasa, John Bwln
I Fort Steele were registered at
ili». Cosmopolitan Tuesday,
Mrs. and Miss Farrell, Moyie, |
were Oranbrook visitors on Frl
day.
Wanted, at Royal Hotel,a dining!
room girl, for further particulars
inquire at the hotel.
S. Mtghton has opened a fruit,
oonfsottonary and oigar store on
Vim Hfiiiit' Avenue, opposite the
C, P. R, Depot.
I inn i fuil to gel around in the
Candy Makers on Amstrong
Avenue when you feel the desire
[or candy The candy is mad,'
fresh every day, of the best
materials, nnd you can't get u
hotter article any whore.
Do you  want  something to j
l« J-      JI   ft
Kootenay Steel Range
A GOOD BAKER
The oven in the Kootenay Range is scientifically proportioned to the size of the fire-box, so that no more fuel can h_
burned than is absolutely ■ecessary to heat the oven.
The oven is lined with heavy sheet steel, which is -. (pval
radiator of heat and Insures
a uniform heat throughout
the oven—no danger of :.
loaf of bread being half done
on one side and burned
the other.
The Kootenay R.ui.,. I-
built on scientific prlnciplc-
throughout, and should Iv
carefully examined bet'.:,.
buying any other.
Sold by all enterprising
dealers.
Booklet free.
McCIaiy&
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver.
St. John, N.B. j.
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
brook   on   Labor   Day   without ]
visiting Prest's Studio and seeing'
the fine line of framed and un-
framed pictures they carry every
picture marked In plain figures.;
Come in anyway.
The  hunting   season    opened
yesterday, and a largo number
of local sports left Cranbrook in
the early morn for St. Mary's1
prairie and Bummers Flat, welli
supplied   with  guns and aminu- ,
i B. H. SHORT & CO. j
3                          ARMSTRONG AVENUE ,Q,
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* Newest desions in •
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Over _|ck i Different Patterns to Select From
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&   Painting, Decorating A
1 and Sign Work   S
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Q       P.O. BOX 88 PHONE 111      $
m&p* ;*: r$. o $;»:«>: ♦ :*:♦:«'♦:<>:♦.»%x$yd*pd&
Wholesale
LIQUORS m CIGARS
A. C BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale St Porter.
T.KEBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
jnition   to  commence   the  cam-
ipaign.
If you want a refrigerator buy j
Maycock's dry air patent Refrigerator guaranteed to keep pro-1
! visions  holier   than  any other!
sold in Uranbroqk.
We challenge to a lest trial
our  refrigerator   against    any,
other to the extent, of 160.00.    *!
The Plaoe To Go
Does your wife love amuse-
menl? Then send her out for an
evening, or what is the matter
with escorting her to the Opera
House, on Friday evening September 15th, to see Lord Lytton's
splendid play. "The Lady of
Lyons". You will enjoy it. and
it will remove the tired look
from her face. You will both
be the bettor for it.
.   The Nelson Fair.
The Directors of the Nelson
Fair were very lucky this year
arranging the dates as the Fair
is to be one week ahead of the
Dominion Fair   at   New   West- j
minster    also     ahead    of   the'
Spokane Fair and North Yakima,
Fair and Secretary Amiable has j
been able to secure a number of
good   attractions   that   are  en-i
gaged  for  the  other big Fairs
that follow.
A new grand stand is being
erected and the preformances
will all be held in front of the
grand stand.
(..."tfr-
Oats! Oats!!
We are just
now unloading
a oar of the
finest.
Harris Bros.
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The Illinois Central
Maintains n&axcelled service from
the wesl tothdoasl and south. Making
close connections with trains <>f all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago,
Louisville, Memphis and New Orleans.
and through these points to the fareasi
Prospective travelers desiring information as to the IowgbI rates and besi
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Agent
14- Third at., Portland, Oregon,
J. C. LlNDSEV, T.F. & P.A.
142Third St.. Portland, Oregon.
P. h. Thompson, k. & P.A., Room
1. Colman Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
SHORT LINE.
BETWEEN
y PAUL" CHICAGO
OMAHA-CHICAGO
I tea .Cur CHICAGO
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|     AITCHISON 1
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Our complotn Cold Storage Plant enables us to fur- S
nish our goods in perfect condition at all seasons of y,
the year. m
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THE BUTCHER
#   Marysville, B.C.   •
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Manageineiit
. .      -U       When you want a good
Headauarters for mining   5     ,    •   ,   ' ...
"I" *    place   to  stop  conic to tne
men and old timers.
''!    Manitoba
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
Your attention is oalled to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains nf the "Milwaukee a St Paul Railway." "Tho only
perfect trains in the world."
Vou will find it desirable to ride on
those trains when going t0 any point in
the Eastern States or Canada. They
oonneel with nil Tranrtwntioental
Trains and ull Tieket Agents sell
tickets.
i-'tir further information) pamphleU)
etc, auk any Ticket Agent or
to. \.. FORD. 11. s, ROWE,
i'a-is. Agent,        ponorfll Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
THB MASTER MECHANIC'.0. PCUB 1 Ut SOAP
tie*.! Mini •otlt.li. tliv nl-iii, wliile l""iii|illv clnuHiin-it
of irrmr, oil, runt, rlo. Im I'ttiUilii lor ii.i'i'lmnn'a,
ruriiicv* ■*Hirt"Hicti. Free hiuh|iw 011 iweljil m .v 14
IH.fltit'ta'tA-bert Tulle, bo*p Co., iiti% to.mi.ual. •
,i**r**r"r*>r,W"i*,I"I,,W*
STEWARTS I
± The  LEADING STORE  For \\
<
? Fresh Fruit. Vegetables, ..
Choice Confectionery    $
FRESH NUTS,
SOl'T DRINKS
Haswlwood Ice Oream"
PROMPT DELIVERY
J   Hugh Stewart
Phone 75   ftr.nstrono, ftve
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M-H-M"1-I-I"I"!"1"1-1-M"1"1"1"1"1"1'
TISDflLES
•!•   FtoAclqiiartaOi'b for
PltESH FRUITS
NUTS und CHOICE
CONFECTIONERY
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks
Alio Tobacco, Pipes
and Cigars
H;iker St.    Cranbrook
W-M-H-H-M-I-I-l-l-l-l-H-H-l-
Traoc Marks
DltlGNS
Copyrights Ac.
Anronoa-l'lll'il aaaa'lrl, ataalalnaarlf,'!,'!
uUloklr aucerta.ln c,r ,,,,,,,,,,,, fr«,« arfa.-t la.-t
anai'iiU'"' aaprrahal,]-,>HtanIa.tale.   (aaiainmii
I,::,. .ilf;'-;.n.l...,,»J.MHO_0<II ,",l'aa.'.,a.
' '       qia,-*l»
. . I    In.otalV
lent fr,'". "I'l"« aainticr faaraDcuntiR imla'iai..
I'ata'iaia lia-,'ii tnraiUKh Miinn A Co. recite
tpfdat aiaaf lay. without chi; 'ate, In the
Scientific American.
A hB*-{l>omt>tr UlitntrntPd wooklr.   iJinroit  <lr-
OttUtUOJI of ■'■? «'leiitlfl(! Journiil.   TcraiR, #.1 it
i    rwtr: tour tnoiutu., $1, Sold by nil MWMMwn.
Purchase  Prioe  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Made For Old Machine
Arnold & Roberts
J. Edgar Davis
♦   Bricklayer   A
"""Contractor  9
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work under
taken.
Orders left at J. 0. McBRlDtS
Will Reoolve Prompt Attention.
OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER I5TH
Mr. Edward K. Salter
respectfully announces the first appearance in this city of tht
Celebrated English Actress (for five years a valued
member of Henry Irving's suberb company)
MISS MARGARET NEVILLE
iintl a most effectivo cast in an elaborate production of
SIR  EDWARD  BULWER   LYTTON'S
Beautiful Romatic Love Story
The Lady
of Lyons
"It isn't often that you leave the playhouse feeling better thai
when you entered it. But you will it you see this company and play.'
Reserved Seats will be placed on sale
one week before the date in this city
at Beame & Atcmsons dpuq store
 Reserved Seats $1.00	
Arnold's
Circus
.KKK^K~XK~W-t~W~t~>,X"WM>,M,<~X":~><">'J'>*X":~><">,W«,X»>
Will Appear On
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER, 7til 1905
The Greatest Sensational Performers in the air as well as on
the ground.
A moral entertainment, soliciting the  patronage of Ladies,
Gentlemen and Children.
The largest show ever under
canvas, for the money.
Admission Adults 50 cents
Children 25 Cents.
S9SSS9S9SS<^S<s«<a«9<*_«SI_S
SAVE TIME
ALL    THE    TIME
ay using
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Palace and Touriat
Sleepera, Buffett
Library Cart, Modern
Day Ooachea.
Dining Car*,
MEALS   A   LA   CARTE.
Best Meals on  Wheels
2 KAST  TRAINS O
BAST AN1. WKST 11AII.Y   _C.
For full pR-tlouha-S, mien,  foldert
utc, call on or Luldresi..
s.c. YBRKBS,(I.W.I.A.,
Scuttle, Wash,
LkIIOY TUCKER, C.P.   4   TA„
Spokane.
Royal  Hotel
FORT STEELE JUNCTION
Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Those who BaTS weitry unci thirsty,  drop in, and
Alex will do tho rest.
ALEX McCOOI-,,   Prop.
PHONE 08
P.O. Box 62
Crow's Nest
Steam L,aut-idry
Flannels, Blankets, Curtains, Carpels, Etc.
We Make a Specialty of Washing C.P.R. Overalls
No Chinamen Employed
ALL   WORK   GUARANTEED   FIRST   CLASS
E. H. SLATER,  Proprietor
W'*   W'*   V*'*
Gaioam Game go.
FreBh and Salted Meats
Pish and Poultry in Season
Orders by mail will receive prompt
and careful attention
9    Order By Phone 45    9 "HI  PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   B C.   SKPTt '
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Imperial Bank of Canada j'   ......  .      .     '"J" M FISH
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OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capita1. S8 700 000 Reserve Fund S3 500 OK
HKAD  OFFICE   TORONTO
S  E WALK: ■      \      > -      <■'_-»{_,
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Si     .s Ba  s Department - [uteres epostts
[   Cranbrook Branch.        j. f  M. PINKHAM. Manager
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Labor   Day
Announcement
.1. Jo,   s is a guest j ,
at the <   .                 ... • .s,iay   dtnere  I sizes -'
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Where It Pays to Deal.
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THt CAXADIAX HANK OF COMMERCE, IiiMhis   ESC
Thev ft.nn an excellent mc-h-sl ol rctmrtini; »mu.l «un_» of ujudc)
witb «_<tl''i>   and at MiiaH **>*%t.
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Our Store «ill be open m the
Morning Till Noon. In the
Evening from T t.> 9 o'clock.
in town T iesd»y
W J. Curtis   \'.,- • out-r. ■».>>
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. -   .-■    - Cal. • •
We will have a Teut on the -„,...,
J5    ' 111) .."ranbrook s Big Day,
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grounds in the afternoon when _
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which we invite the ladies
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY   i>d STAPLE IES
Cranbrook. B. C.
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