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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, WOO.
No. 4 7.
AN INTERESTING: CjNTRA&T
V
British Columbia and Western
Australia Seeking Better Terms
From Federal Governments.
Prom Diiti'i-np London, England,
Tlm Conference of Canadian
Premiers assembled to discuss
the linaiicial relations of the
central Government and the
various Slates came to an end
lasl week. Sir Wilfrid Luurier's
desire for a unanimous decision
on the necessary amendment of
the Confederation Act has been
defeated by the action of the
Premier of llritish Columbia, but
wilh that exception a general
scheme of financial readjustment
has been agreed upon. This pro
vides fora per capita allowance to
each province of eighty cents, to
be calculated on tliedecennial census, and a further allowance of
twenty cents a head for the
administration of justice, an
arrangement which will increase
the burden of the Dominion
Government by more than
£0011,000. British Columbia was,
however, to be allowed an additional claim owing to the physical
difficulties confronting its development and ils distance from the
manufacturing centres of
Eastern Canada. * Mr. McBride,
the Preinier.suggested Itseems
with reason—that the amount of
this claim should be decided by
arbitration, but his brethren refused to go beyond an offer of
±'20,000, which he considered
inadequate. It appears therefore
that before the Imperial authorities are asked to amend lhe Confederation Act oi. the lines agreed
upon. Mr. McBride will petition
Downing Street for a larger
'.itianeial concession to his own
jbrovince.
/     DISCIONTKNTEll  PROVINCES,
•The action of the discontented
province in the Canadian family
provides an interesting contrast
with a similar disagreement in
Australia, lit Canada the Federal authority has been supreme
for nearly forty years, and holds
undisputed sway in all essentials
of policy over the several States.
The Coiniuonwealth.on the other
hand, is barely five years old.
and the hand of every State is
against the Federal Government.
Western Australia, which refused to send its representative
to the Conference of Premiers,
has indeed gone so far as to pass
resolutions in favor of secession
from the Commonwealth in both
her local Houses of Parliament.
Due nominally to the refusal of
the Federal Government to
sanction her proposal for the
construction of a transcontinental
railway, her action is probably
calculated with more objects than
ono. Within live years the Federal Governmenl takes over the
whole Customs revenue ol llu
various Stales, and suggests
that repayment should be
calculated, as in Canada, on a
basis of population, Western
Australia has at present a Customs revenue, it is Stated, nearly
ten limes as large per head of
population as any other State,
and she may therefore not unjustly advance a olalm for special
treatment,
WON IF I El) PKOOISIIUni! OF II. U,
Her present behaviour is, however, puerile. Her connection
with the Commonwealth can only
be severed by the Imperial
Parliament, which sealed il. and
resolutions such as she is passing
now are simply resolutions iu
Iho air. Separation, if she really
desired it, could not be achieved
except by a difficult and protracted campaign of petition and
argument, which would nut lie
likoly for many years in secure
the attention of a llritish Government, Neither we nor the Federal authority iu Australia will
at present be much disposed to
regard her firework resolutions
with any degree of seriousness;
but they are nevertheless iiislriic-
tlve us compared wilh Hie wiser
ami moro dignified procedure nt'
British Columbia. She is nni
alone among the Slates nf lhe
Commonwealth in her tendency
in a narrow ami anti-national
particularism; for the Australian
('ninnies are far more widely
separated than the Canadian, aud
had reached a much greater
maturity on individual lines before the growth of the Federal
idea. Iliil the phenomenon can
only be leinporary. In lhe lung
run provincial discontents will
subside with the gradual but
inevitable self assertion of the
Federal power; but while they
last Ihey will point u hitler and
instructive moral on the virtues
of early federation rather than
late, which will not. we hope,
be lost on the statesmen of Soulh
Africa:
GUESS AGAIN
Eleotions in January  Says the
Nelson Daily News.
Victoria, Nov. 111.—(Special)—
The decision has been reached
by Premier McBride lo hold the
provincial elections early in January, ns soon after the New
Year as possible. There will be
nn session of the legislature before the elections. Notice of
dissolution may be looked for
my day now. This information
comes from an million! ive source
and will be officially confirmed
probably tomorrow, but at any
rate before many days elapse
unless some new and wholly unexpected incident arise in necessitate further delay.
From the above il will be seen
that the "Hot air" correspondent of the News has once more
interviewed tho machine leaders
of the opposition in Victoria for
the 22nd lime. We advise the
News io beware of "2:1" for it
will mean "skidoo."
Mitohel Orders Miners to Work.
On Monday, of this week,
Gladstone local union received
a message from President Milch-
el, at Minneapolis, informing
them that the International union confirmed the settlement
made by representative Burke
and ordering the men back lo
work.
The following is a copy of the
telegram received by general
malinger Lindsey and W. H.
Moore, president of the local union:
"Minneapolis, Nov. IH. lflOO,
Agioeinent made by Burke   recognized by  International union
and men will return to work.
(Sgd.)   John Mitohel.
PEOPLE YOU MAY hNOW
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
What the City Dads are Being to
Promote the Welfare
of the City.
A mooting of the city council
was held on Wednesduy evening
when the following business was
trii nsuctod I
There were present mayor
lingers iu lhe chair, und aldermen Ryan, Pink, Jnckson and
Murphy.
Minnies nf lasl meetings held
ou Nov. 7 (I Hi mul IJth were
read and on unit inn adopted,
A communication from A. C,
Nelson, re lhe building of a sidewalk In Iiie curling rink was
rend and ou million referred In
board of works,
Tenders lor Hie palllllllgof llie
lire  hull   was   refer red   lo   lire
nml light committee,
It was moved thai the council
he resolved Into n ciimniillee nf
the whole to consider bylaw Nn.
III!, witli alderman Ryan in the
chair. Un reassembling alderman Byilll reported that Ihecnni-
inillec hud discussed by law Nn.
iill, clause by clause ami riiooin-
iiieiiil lhe same receive ils third
reading as ami'iiileil.
Council adjourned ai II-la.
Mr. S, It. Snyder of Vancouver
is spending this week in lhe cily
iu the interest of Hie H. C.
I'ermaui.'iii Loan and Saving Cm
Visitor; Here and There   People
Who Gome to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
A. Krall'e nl* Elko was in lhe
cily Friday nn business.
13, Kelly of Spokane was registered ni the Cranhrook Friday.
Tlie Coal Creek mines took
mn 1,120 tons of coal on Tuesday,
A. I". Stevenson of Klko wns
in town Thursday.
Remember the "PALM" I'm*
your holiday candles.
\V. II.  (lillerie nf Kimberley
was in Ihe city Thursdny.
A. D. Palmer of Wycliffe was
a guest ut Hie Cosmopolitan
Thursday,
.1. It. Benson, and H. A. Black-
slonenf Fernie were al Craubrook
during the early part oft his week.
C. O. McNab, a prominent mill
man of Waldo was iu Oranbrook
Monday nn business
lleo. Watson of Furl Steele
was a Cranbrook visitor Wednesday.
L. Kennedy of Carlelon, (Inl.,
was at Cranbrook Thursday on
business.
H. Shaw came up from the
Yahk country Saturday last and
spent Sunday in Cranbrook.
A. Naslund, and A. D. Palmer
of WyclilTe were guests at the
Cosmopolitan Sunday last.
.1. W. Bennett of Nelson was
transact ing business al Cranbrook Thursday.
W. H. Vossand W. G. Uossof
Vancouver were guesls at the
Cranbrnnk Thursday.
D. R. Yates of Staples Milling
Co. Wycliffe was in the city
Thursday on company business.
N. McLeod Curran, manager of
the North Star mine was at Cranbrook Monday on business.
Cranbrook curler's are happy
these days. Ice is being made,
and curling will commence in a
few days.    "Soop her Sandy".
C. H. Pollen, president of the
Kootenay Central Railway Co.
returned from a business  trip
to ibe coasl Monday.
Peter Jensen of Wasa was in
towu Monday on his way to
Marysville. Mr. Jensen is a
mining man and holds considerable mining property in this
vicinity.
J. A. Maedonald of Lethbridge,
the architect in charge of the
new Fink Mercantile building,
whioh is rapidly approaching
completion, was in the, city Monday.
Harry McVittie, while survey
ing in the Skookuiiichuck
country met with a painful accident Wednesday. He fell
dislocating tho thumb of his
right linild and louring Hie llesh
badly.
W. ll. Williams, of Phoenix,
representing lhe Canadian West
ecu ilil I'n., was visiting Mr. mul
Mrs. N. McLeod Ciirran ut the
North Star mine Sunday last,
nn Monday lie wonl oast on coin,
puny busiuess.
Methodist Church service will
he held us usual next Sunday
morning uud evening. The
pastor Rev. ,1. P. Wostinan will
cniilinue his address nn cily
Life. This week tho subject will
be "I lur cily inercliiinls." Snug
service al 7,110,
The Pnliuuticr Sislers will
make Iheir Initial appearance al
the I (peril llnuse, I'rnnhrnnli
lleceiulier ITlli., under llle HUB-
pices nf lhe Cl'ailbl'OOll Citizens
Hainl. The Sislers will appear
in snug, music nnd story, nssis
led by Mr. II. 13. Polinallor a
i specialist mul llulisl.
We lui vi' n greal name Inr sell
ling Hie host, "STEWARTS"
IChocolates mul Iimi linns are
.made Inr thoso who desire
'quality    pure nnd delicious.    II
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
Judge Wilson lefl today foi
liolden mi legal business.
I let your holiday candies ut
the Palm,
T. Martin, ;i C P. R, civil
"iistineer from Calgary wns ii
llie eiiy this week.
Mrs. A. Leitch entertained a
number nf friends on .Monday
evening.
Constable,Toe Walsh of Fort
Steele was at Cranbrook Friday
mi legal husiness.
.1. H. Hunter of Pincher Crook,
representing tlio Hudson Buy i'n.,
was in town Friday.
Wm, Carlin und his sister Miss.
Annie Carlin of Fort Sleele were
Cranhrook visitors Friday.
The Pringle Dramatic Co.,
were registered ni ihe Cosmopolitan Thursday.
Vi. ti. Whimsler of Fernie was
transacting business ul Cranbrook Friday.
Wm. Hendrickson and .1. A.
Hauey of Calgary were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Friday.
V Hyde Raker and .1. M.
Pinkham were at Waldo Ibis
week nn business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gurd and
Miss Muss returned from a visit
to the const Wednesday.
D. A Maedonald. proprietor
of I he Manitoba Hotel was on
the sick lisl this week.
Born nl Craubrook Sunday
last, In Mr. and Mrs A. 0.
Bowness, a son.
0, E. Hutchinson nf Nelson
was registered at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
The weather during the pasl
week has been such us makes the
wood man and ice men smile.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. O'Hearn
relurned from Wardner Sunday
last, and will reside at Cranbrook
for the future.
The telegraphers of this district will hold their annual ball
in the Opera House on Ihe
evening of January Oth.
J. Hanbury of Brandon, L,
Richardson of Victoria and D.
Godbold of Montreal were guests
at the Cranbrook Friday.
IndianAgenl Galbraith and Dr.
Watt of Fort Sleele were transacting business ut Cranhrook
Friday.
Rev. W. Vance of Kimberley
visited town Monday and was a
guest at the Methodist pnrson
age.
Government Agent Armstrong
and Assessor A. C. Nelson, were
at Fernie-Thursday holding a
court of revision for school tax
payers in that city.
P. Burns & Co. have placed in
commission a new platform
spring wagon for hauling beef
from lhe slaughter house to the
retail store in town.
From December Isi., future
sittings nf the Country   Courl
will be hold ill Ibe old school
building opposite the limern
ment buildings nu Cranbrook
Avenue.
A visil to Cranbrook's Greatest Store will be a great surprise Inr there is ou exhibition
many things for winter use thul
will iuteresl you.    Hill St Co.
Horn ul Oranbrook Thursday
November 22nd, to Mr and Mrs.
Harvey Dickson of Creston, a
son. Mrs. Dickson is Iho guesl
of Mr. nml Mrs. (1. Cartwright,
Wlien going down  Armstrong
Avenue gel snme of SlOWIll'ts line
Chnciilutes.
"Hit it This Timo."
(»n Wednesday of this week n
niecliii; nf Liberals was held al
New Westminister, which was
addressed hy ,1. A. iMiicdomilil,
.Iniin ( Hiver mul Robert Jardiue.
The lender nf the opposition,
Mr. Miii'ilnmilil. said: "Tlml be
did mil believe ihal the elections
Would   be  held    inilii   niter   Hie
close of file nexl session ni Hie
provincial legislature,"
iCOOTJNAY CENTRAL MEETING
vere therefore made in the usual
vav in subordinate parties for
lie performance ot the work,
which is now completed, This
irrangement, however, despite
iiiiny denials, appears in have
?iven Hie impression in some
pliirlers Ihal Hie building of Iii.'
remainder of ihe  railway  wus
insured,     li   has   now   become
lecessary  in bring  these  facts
forward, boih iu Hie  iuteresl ol I
ihe company ami in Dial  nl* Hie
public, seeing thai  such a  mis
ipprelii'lisinu is again   likely   to
prevent the company's claim he
i
ing considered ai ihe coming
session. Sir Thomas Shaugh<
liessy mi behalf of lhe C.P.R,
hus stated at length his company's reasons Inr declining to
•lid the construction of the line:
"Thai in the Hrsl plaee lhe
company's constructing department advise against ii, and further ihe extreme urgency nl*
other road building, which fills
the company's programme for a
long time, prevents il. Thill
such a line in ils present Condi
lion, without a provincial subsidy, would be un expense lhat he
considered the company was noi
justified in incurring, nnd that
the company now finally declined'
In go further in lhe matter.
It is not necessary In enlarge
on the various sources of revenue thai must Inevitably become
productive in the valley that will
far more than cover all the enst
nf ihe subsidy lo Ihe country.
I beg in conclusion In draw
your attention in Hie fact thin
the C. P. R. has sold the bulk of
its property in the valley. The
reason, put forward by the government that the 0. P. II. was
bound to construe) such a railway ill its own iuteresl is lliere-
lore weanencd.
II is now suggested thai lhe
matter should he officially
cleared up, and you are earnestly
invited tn assist in asking lhat
the governmenl take the matter
actively in hand and grant such
a sufficient subsidy as shall enable Hie roud In he built al mice.
or If it holds other assurance
thai will secure the building nf
llie railway these should be
made known to the Kootenay
Central Company and tn the pub
lie.
The following resolution was
moved by alderman James Ryan
seconded by mayor Rogers:
"Thai the Cranhrook Board of
Trade co-operate with the boards
of trade at Golden, Windemere
and Fori Steele in Inviting the
government of llritish Columbia
to look into thu question of the
Kootenay Central railway to see
if there is any possible way for
them to assist the company by
guaranteeing bonds or to assure
the public by publishing such
other guarantees ns they have.
Motion was carried.
Resolution by mayor Rogers,
that u copy of the above resolu
linns be forwarded to the secretaries of the Boards of Trade
mentioned thai Mr.  Pollen bo
ilill luil'izi'il tn secure   resolutions
from oilier Boards of Trade.
Million was carried,
Ouanbrook  Board of Trade  Meet
and Pass Resolutions re the
Construction of the
K. C. R.
A meeting of the Crnnbrooli
Hoard of Trade was held or
Thursday evening in the Council
Chamber for the purpose of considering mailers in relation to
ibe immediate construction nf
tho Kootenay Central Railway
President R. E. Beattie was in
the chair and C, H. Dunbar acted as secretary,
Mr C, Hungerford Pollen,
president nf lhe K.C.R.. was the
first speaker, and gave an Interesting history of the company
since its Inception in IflOI. Mr.
Pollen said:—"When my assoch
ates took Hie matter in hand in
11102, ii provincial subsidy of
ifJ-,200 per mile had been granted
to the railway, by an Act of 11)01
in conjunction with other lines.
Those formerly in charge of the
charter had failed to lake out n
special Act at the following ses
siou. not being aware such a
course was necessary, and the
subsidy therefore lapsed. The
Kootenay Central was the only
railway benefited under the Act
of 1001 which failed to gel the
assistance voted for at u subsequent session of the provincial
legislature. An appeal was
made in London through the
Agent General for the province
to the Governmenl of llritish
Columbia, and simultaneously to
to the Government of Canada
ihrough the High Commissioner.
Lord Struthcona. The following was contained in the
reply from the B.C. Government: "Although I cannot
make a definite promise I feel
satisfied Hull if substantial
people look the matter up the
legislature would renew the subsidy, increasing il to 1^5,001. per
mile, wiih this modification,
however, that in lieu of cash the
province would give H% fifty
year debentures in inscribed
slock of Ihe province pu'-uble to
the company entering into the
contract upon the completion nf
each 20 miles of rood."
"In such event the Government would recommend to  ils
followers aid as indicated 	
The    Provincial    Governmenl
would confer with the Dominion
Government  towards   securing
additional assistance  from that j
quarter."
A satisfactory reply was also
received from the Dominion of
Canada whioh was followed
afterwards by the granting of a
subsidy of 18,200 per mile for
186 miles.
Satisfactory negotiations had
meanwhile been made with other
corporations affected bj Ihe proposed railway and charters for
the Kooteuuy Cariboo St Pacific
railway, which was lo be a
nortern extension of the K.C.R.
wus also obtained,
li was the Intention of the
Prior Governmenl to bring a
measure forward, but owing in n
change nf government it failed
In do so. The present Govern-
menl lli.'li en mc intn power, and
al the close of ils lirst session in
liniaieil that a summer session
WOllld lie held tn enusiiler rail
way mutters in lhe province.
No session was  held.     Nn rail
wuy policy was broughl forward ThoM " "!''" Monday
in IIKi'i, at which session ll  was! working In  I rs,   wl
rumored thai ihe C.P.R. wns
going In luiilil lhe railway wi'h
nut u subsidy, This session,
I however ended III nothing being
dnne In nssisl lhe K.C.R.
ll had now become necessary
under lhe Dominion Act Inr Hie
OOmplltiy In expend I.'i of ils
capital     Stock,    equivalent     In
iiii ai 1.1 im i Iii consi ruction,    Tn
meet  this ilillicully,  il   was  nr-1     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ranged In dn this work  through     London, Ont.,  Nov,   III   It   i'
the C.P. II. company, us being stated In llboral olrclos that Hon
the mily pnssible way whereby it iCharles llynuili will   resign   hisjwishini
ciiiild  hu iliniii  in time nr III it|seal here mul seek- i loctlon  as many y
W_AT'S THE MATTER
WITH CRANBROOK
Hockey Club Organized for Season
Want Kootenay League.
H.  Hall
'll   ill  Hie,
Dr. 0. A
UlOUsly viit
i liiiL' of  the hocki
slants lusi night In l-'il'i
.hop,   There »as a  v
was  unani
hair at the
tey enihii-
inrber
a   very  good
it tendance and the meeting wenl
wiih a swing thai promises well
Cor Nelson hockey ibis winter.
The officers eleoted for il i-
suing year are: President. Dr,
Ball; vice-president, John Bun-
van: manager, M R. McQuarrie
secretary treasurer, Arthur Pernor; executive committee, W.
Irvine. A. Bishop, Sid, Cuin-
miiigs. Charles Longhursl and
Roy Sharp.
11    was   decided   to   form   a
hockey club leng if al least
four or live cluhs composed of
Rossland, fernie. Phoenix, Spokane Uud Nelson, and the secretary wns instructed to write to
the hockey clubs of the cities
named uiul submit Hie league
proposition.
The membership fee was fixed
ai mie dollar and a committee
wns appiiinteii lo canvas lhe city
for members.
A lengthy discussion ensued
over Ha- plans Inr ihe season,
and after passing a hearl.v vole
of thanks to Mr. Fife for the use
of his simp, Hie meeting adjourned.   Nelson Daily News.
There is plenty ot good hockey
material iu Cranbrook, and ii is
to be Imped that a club will be
formed which will become one of
Hie contesting teams, mid no
ilniilil exists but that a club from
this city would be able in give a
good account nf Itself, and put
up a strong game Inr the chain-
piiinship nf the Kootenays,
St   Mary's Valley News.
Kiniberley Mr Fred. Austin
inel with a very serious nccidenl
al the mill ill lhis place Wednesday. His lefl arm gol caught in
the Iriiiinimer and was completely eul nil' below the elbow.
li was not long before Dr. Bishop
was in aiti'iiilaneeanil Mr. Austin
was taken down to the hospital
ni Cranbrook. Mr. Austins
friends al Kimberley sympathize
with him in his serious loss and
wish him a speedy recovery.
Marysville Mrs. S. Hudson
passed away after suffering from
a long and painful illness. Mr.
and Miss Hudson have the deepest sympathy of their friends in
this vicinity in Iheir sad bereavement. The remains of Mrs. Hod-
son was taken to Medicine Hat
on Tuesday for interment. Mr.
and Miss Hodson were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E
Feagan.
A carload of heavy draught
horses came up from Calgary
Thursdny for l-'eagan's camp.
Mr. Feagan lui- live lumber
camps mul has 200 men at work,
and more are being IftkOll nn
every duy.
Robinson Cameron.
Working Hours Reduced.
A reduction Iii working hoursiMisfi Ani|i,
has been given to the carpenters, | .,,or| S||1|1|
machinists and blacksmiths om
ployed nl the Si.   Eugene mine,
won
I hey
were Infoi'l I  Hint   lierenl'ler   I
hours wolild constitute u shift's
works, Tho change iilTocts bo
iweeii L'.'i ami il" inon. Tliis re
iliirliiiii nf hours I'liuie as a sur
prise In lhe men lis il
voluntarily by Hie company mul
luul mil been nskeil Inr.
About Tune He Did,
Wedding hells were ringing nl
Fori S le Oil   Wednesday.    I >n
this  occasion   the   contracting
parlies were Mr George Arthur
Robinsort   of   Kimberley,   and
Eraser Cameron of
The ceremony was
performed al tl hurcli of  Sl.
John lhe lieviue. by the Rev.
Flewelling of Cranbrook, A
number of Invited guests wore
presenl. Mr Ross Tine, of
Ci'iinlirnoli ncled as grooms mini
uml Miss Mather of Porl Sleele
as bridesmaid. Tho church wns
tastefully  deooratod,   mul   ihe
W,UI  ''"'"j ;l,riiliilp;irly:irriveil al ll Iiureli
ul  I  p. in.
After llu reuimiy, mul   eon
gralulatinns being over, all sui
down io a wedding dinner pre
pared by mine host, Mr,  H.  VV,
Wei'iien. al  llie  Imperial   Hotel
Speeches   followed,    ami     alter
lhe  bride   and    groom
rs of happy  life,  llin
satisfactory manner,   Contractu tho result of thobriheryohargon, 'happy couple lefl for Cranbrook. THE PROSPECTOR   CKANBROOK B C, NOVEMBER 24.  1906,
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR.
SATURDAY, NOV. IM, Won.
TH E advice from Grit head-!
quarters is that an dec-1
tion is to lake place in the near!
future, and for its aiders and,
and abettors to stand firm and
abide their time. All the work
ers for the organization have
disappeared, luu from holes in
which they have concealed
themselves the odor of bosslsm,
and corrupt election proceedings
is emanating ill strength sufficient tn nperute upnn the olfactory sense nf the vigilant search
er for power and spoils, ll is
this spirit the opposition accepts
lhe resull of the Premier's demand for hotter term- for this
province, and the supreme]
efforts of the opposition is now
being expended on Kaien Island.
The Montreal Star prints an
Ottawa despatch which says that
Sir Wilfred Laurier and other
members of the cabinet think lhat
■ Mr. Hyman should resign his
seat and be re-elected again before taking seat in the House of
Commons, and it adds thai Mr.
Hyman is thought to be only
waiting until the investigations,
now in progress, have beeu com
pleted before placing his resignation in the hands of Mr. Speak-1
er. In the interests of grindj
government it is lo be hoped that |
this is true.
*     *      a
Says the Cranbrook Herald:
Never in the history of llritish I
Columbia has a political  scheme
fallen as flat as has the "Better j
Terms" play  made by  Premier
McBride,    It was to sweep the
country like wild fire, but instead
it died aborntn'.
flf course, doctors have lhe
privilege of disagreeing, and
they avail themselves of It, as do
politicians. It is well to remember, however, thai the above
appeared In a Liberal paper,
the editor of which is also Liberal organizer Inr the interim'.
Phoenix Pioneer.
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The Nelson Canadian wauls to
know why Mr. Mncdonnld did
not find il cnuveilieiil Iniueel Mr
McBride iu tho forensic duel nn
better terms, which the Victoria
Liberal Association was so
anxious in arrange, Tlie answer
probably is thai Hie As
sociiilimi had no authority lo issue the challenge and
and thai Mr. Maedonald dues
nni ye! know "where he is ut"
as he told ihe Vancouver World.
TIMHKII NOTICK.
Tuke Nulli'i) Uiul thirty clityx iifii-r
Uiil'' iv iiiii'inl tn upply in iln' i !|ilel
I'uunulssiiiMi'i'nl I.mills unil Wut-ks nl
Victoria, li. r.. fur permission to nil
uml curry uwuy liniliiT from tin- fnllow*
lllirilfSITll-I'll llllills ill Sillllll Kllsl KllOtl!-
titty, vi/..
COIUlllClldllK Ul ll ptlSl   |iliinli'il nil  Ihr
Soutli eusl I'lirn.'i' nt l.nl   lui.  I'linniiiir
south fifty chains moi ' loss in thu
northern lioittitlry of l.m liiil'5,  thenee
.'list   IIKI i'lniiii-   imu r   1"--  I"   Illi'
western  lioiiiiili'y "f  bul   ISI,   the ■
north eighty ehulns imu r less In l.m
2. iln-iii'i' wesl alxty i'liuins. Simili
Uvi-iii.i i'linin-. wi'si iiiii, chains tu phu'e
• if commencement, rontiiinlnif il-lllurri's
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From End to End of the store Stocks are Fairly Bristling with Newness
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do we have accomplished   tixed n that no matter whal
line of goods you are interested in, thai section answers
"Kkahv" with confidence.
LADY SHOPPERS
Will find mucll in Dress Goods ami
Mantles to interest them.
U'e'ie iie,ui particularly particular i" assure ourselves
lhat every weave ami pattern is whal will he llie
exactly !correcl thing for the Coming Season
There is ,i pleasing diversity "i fashion
ableness among all that peri.mis in Ladies
wear. All >'f these lines will he eut tn the
ven bone. 1*,>r ,;,"'.• cents we will give
vmi a line nt tweeds and serges the latest
patterns ami designs regular price 75 cents.
We have one linn nt tweeds we "ill sell ,il
25 cents regular 50 cent goods.
Beautiful wide-wale Dress goods hi Suit
lengths the ven latest a; $1.1x1 anil si.25
regular price si.75 and s^.oo.
We cannot quote you prices on all lines here, hu   ivil
cheerfully do su when vou Call at the Store
Ladies
Underwear Waists in Silk.
Wool and Cashmere all in
lie sold at wholesale prices.
Mens Wear
We will sell vmi Heavy Underwear all
sizes al  Si.10  per  suit   regularly sold   Im*
s Mm.     I'np shiiis will He sacrificed.
MENS   SHOES
We have llu- Frank Slater shoe, tlm
Kaglc Shoe Co.'s high class shoe, The
\11u1i1.111 Walk-over slioe and many other
hues. We will quote uui nni- or tun prices
whull will largely govern all;
We will sell you a $5.00 shoe for $2.90, a $6.00
shoe for $3.SO. a $3.50 shoe for $1.85.
MENS   SOX
We   have   300 dozen Mens Sox in Cash
mere .unl heav)   wool,     We  must  unload
them nt cost.
LADIES   FURS
All mu I.ailics Purs must go and the
assortment is most Complete at prices that
defy Competition.    We fancy  that   a   call
will salislv.
20TH CENTURY CLOTHING
See the prices we quote on 20th Century
Clothing. While Clothing made liy the
average makers will he sold at Irom $3.90 a
suit tip.
HILL & eo.
CRANBROOK'S GREATEST STORE
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HARVEY & MoCARTER
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBROOK,     -    H.C
W. P. GURD
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
! Cranhrook
British Columbia
C. H. DUNBAR
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
uiul NOTARY PUBLIC,
Cranbrook, H.C.
G. tt. Thompson
—T>   IIARItlSTEIi i S0I.IC1T0U
^Zt*t   NOTARY PUBLIC
OFFICE   REID   BUILDING
Cranbrook, B.C,
THOMAS   MoVITTIE
P.U.S. & C.LB.
Port Steele B.C.
leKootenaySteel Range
WILL I..AKT A
LIFETIME
And Gives Perfect Satisfaction
All the Time
WOU SAI.K AT
PflTMftPF    RRflQ    Plumbing, Roofing, Heating and
I II I IVIUIVL    DIMM.        Ventilating Engineers
B, H. SHORT & CO. i
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Remember we curry tlie only stock nt IIIOII
papers in Craubrooli,
Sign Painting a Specialty
All  kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended tn promptly.
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when you want your Furniture, Pian
transferred.
DR. E. W, CONNOLLY
Phusician »"<* Surgeon
OH--ICB ARMSTRONG AVE.
Uncus:   ll to 11 u.in. 2 to 4 p.m.
7 to 8 p.m.
Phono Ollloi' 105    Kosidoniie toil
I MUSIC |
Mr<!   Hklnn teacher of the
mru. msiup        pianoforte
.Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing ami
grading of studies.
l-'oi' piirlii'iiliii's upply toC. R. I li'iil X
i'o., The Drtiggtgts.
CRANBROOK  AERIE 967
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Meet every Wednesday
lit S p.m. In I1.1..I'*, Hull
Waiting  Brothers Cordially   Invltoil
('. lioss Tatk. W. President
.1. Hukchin. Secy.
Dr.   Collin,  Aerie Pltysliilllli,  P.O.
^sis!MH,\inMnWMnWiWMsMMsmtA ■
I Rocky Mountain Chapter   :
I NO. 1-25. ll. a. M.
or   Baggage
P.O, BOX
ARMSTRONG AVENOE
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I ruit  l)i>lie> ai
Curd (.uses
Uun Hon Sets
MAN III UlA   HOTEL
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Tonsorlal Art t
Glad tn show you these   goods.     The   prices
are righl as we houghl 1 ln-*-i  Inun llie makers.
i Gaioaru caiue Go.
Fresh and Sated Meats
Fish and Pouury in Season
4 Orilors by muil will reeeive |>i'nni|ii unci ciiret'iil attention 4
Uejriilur inoetlngal—2nd Tuesday in eiu-li month tit eight
o'clock.
Sojourning Companions are
cordially Invited.
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W. E. Worden
Office I'linin' iiii.   Hnltj nguittn llnlik
Uusiilrac- ••   135,    lieml liiml Clilll.
Order by Phone 4?
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter S, Builder
; C. E. REID & CO.,   ,
Phon,-   7 4 r^g   DrUg.giStS>(
Conil  Work :il
ki'iisniinlile Price
PURE DRUOH KINK STATIONERY
disi'KNsini;   iin:   SPECIALTY
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TIMIIHII Nol'H'i:.
'I'lillil   llllli.'.'   liml    llih'ly   iluys   nfli-i
iliitn, I  inti'ml i<> upply in iln-  i
missi i' ni I,mills um'i  Work* h
l-l'i'i'iiil lli'i'llai  In nil   innl   i'Hi'1'.i   iiwiij
in.ii. i   it  ii,.- hilliiwIiiK ili'si'i'iiii'ii
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l:.ii i'liuins Norlh uml IKI i'IiiiIiih mini ,,i
llin s. \\. I'oi'iier nl Km J'.ii.l. (1. I. HiuhI
^n'. I Hunt.'iniy:   ili.'i    uni'ili   su   I'IiiiIiih,
\W   thin well Ull ehllllm, ihi'ii.'i' s I,  HII
i'liuins. lliu usi mi i'liiiiiis iii iiiiini
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NOV. Mill, limn.
Ill \.  Mi'liini''iill.
9. oranbrook
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IIKAIIV ti DOYLE, PROP'S
Tennis iiiiiI drivers liirnisli
"il   I'nr  uny   pollll. ill Hie dis
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A. doyle, Manngor
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TIMI3KU   NOTICK,
Take Nmliw tlml :h> da,vn afUit
duto wo lntoml inukltijr lipiiltoutloii tn
tlio tTunoriililo iln1 Chtof CoiimiisHiuni't'
nf Lumls uml Works for u Sipoolill Ll*
I'ODHO t(> oul uml tmvvjf away tlmbor
from tlio follnwliin ileaorlhod I an ils,
ootitmoiiotny al a |>ost pluood at tho
NoHh-woHt flornei' of Lot "MRU, tlionoo
Soutli so..Imlii*.. thonoo Wosl 70i'lialiin
thonoo North sn oIihIiih, lliom^u KiihI
7l> i'liiiiiis  hi   placr   nf   OOMtmOIIOOllHMIt,
rnnlaiiiiiisx tioo acres moi'O or less
Duii'il. Ootohor 2ltth HHtii.
WiitldhiirK  Linnbor Co,
II \V. Dorln, A^ont.
TIMItKI!   NOTM'K.
Tako Notloo thul Thirty daya aftor
dttto wo lntoml making applloatlon to
Iho llonovahlo tho Chlof Com in I hhI on or
of I .iim Is ami Worka for Hpoolal Hooiiho
In oul ami nirry away Tlmltoi' from llu*
following iloiiurlboo* land situated iu
i-liisi Kootonay Olntrlot: Ooinuiuuoliii;
at a post plaooil at tho Houth-WoHl
oornor of Pro-omptloti (174, rutinIny;
thoncu HI) elmlns North: thonco 4()
cludiis (Oust: thonoo MO chains Soutli:
thonoo III chains West to point of commencement.
Dated, Soplemhor 24th. llllHt,
Wiittsluu'"" IjIiiiiIh'I- Co.
44 A. K. Wall--.
I.AM)    NOTICK,
Take Nolloo I'm'   ulxty days after
date wc iuloiiil niiilclujj' application to
lhe l( 'ilbtn fhiiClilul C iiihsl"	
of l.amls nml Works for permission to
purclnisc the followluirdOHorlhoil lauda,!
(toinnioiM'lliK al a post placed af lhe
North-Kast corner of l.nl 5210. rillinllltf
thonoo KH) chains West. Iholiuo 10
chains South, tlionoo   Mil) cluiliia Kast,
thou in chalna North to thu pnlul  of
uoinmonooinont,  uotttaliiliifl (Mfl iinroH,
moro or less.
Dated Mils'JlUh day of Ootoltor   IlKJII,
Wiiltshnr^ LnnihorCo,
II A, K. Wutt-. .Inr.. Agont,
ANCIENT ORDER',' FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MKF.TS  -JN'll   AMI  4'1'H   TUESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
VtaltlOK   lirethern   eorilhilly   Invited
C. !!.,   A. MoCOWAN,
Si tary, T, MAHSHALI,
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam Bollora und Fiirmioo Work u
Spi'i'llllty.
Cost mill Stock Kstiuiukis
Purnlslied Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Cranbrook, B.C.
Lime for sale
Fresh burned (row's
Nest Lime in any
quantity.
Inquire ut P'ink Moroantllo
building,
Kerr •» Campbell
J. M. DERR
Boownoe Maker
All Work Guaranteed
Now Work Made to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   ffiirliS ,-„,„
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
Parties having bank yards,
and closets to clean, and refuse
mailer to bo taken away, should
leave orders with me.
I iiiiivo onion ut tlio i 'Ity i Dorks nlllao
I or drop ii -himuI oiml In Box 108. THK PROSPEOTOR, CRANBROOK, li C, NOVE.MBEB 24, 1006
fciMHHUWW^ ^he Inspector
"THE PAL""   "'
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the nuirkot affords,
OUR SPECIALTY IS
HOME  MADE CANDIES
FRESH EVERY DAY
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'The Palm"
BAKER STREET,
C. E. Buck
CRANBROOK, B.C.
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BREWING CO., LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Buttled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
^ P. 0. BOX 812     fc
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Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
Winter Excursions
E A S T
$67.45
CRANBROOK
to Montreal, Toronto
and all points wesl thereof in
ONTARIO und QUEBEC
Quebec, St. John, Halifax
Maritime Provinces
KATES ON  APPLICATION
Tickets on sale daily Nov.
24th to December 81st.
Round Trip     First Class
THREE MONTHS LIMIT
Old Country Rates
$78.45 Re.tiiTi
Halifax or St. John
RETURN OCEAN FARES
Saloon     Second   Steerage
1(195,00    (1711.00      C54.00
and up according to steamer
For ilvtiillt'il Inloi'iniitlon suilini;*
lu't'iui Btofviitot'fl lii'Ml oltisb or tour-
IhL Bieupor roflorvtvtloiiB upply In
local iim'iits. or write
Coo. Hillii-r. Agont f'rtllllll'Ollk.
13, ,1, Coylo, A..G.KA., Viuiraiivcr
,1. S. OAKTRIl, 1).I'.A., Xolmm
2*tCm*mmmnn*BS2Smm
ITonsorial Parlor
For a Cool and Clean Shave
Or a Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
' Walter B.Laing
WAIT
lllMI.I'IN't!
:    flakor Stroot, I 'ranlirook, B.C.    3
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SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
THE
BY   USING
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
AND ALL
Pacific  Coast  Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Bulfett
Library Cure, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Cars,
MEALS  A   LA   CARTE.
THE   FOLKS AT  HOME
Would rather huvo your
PICTURE FOR  XMAS
Than anything elae
Better have it taken early us
there is always u rush the last
lew weeks.
prest rnoto Go.
Studio.
Picture Framing a Specialty
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
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Best Meals
2l"AST  TRAINS
BAST ANIi WKST IIAII.V
on Wheels
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Por [nil pill'lliilllni'8,  niton,   folilrr
oio,, unil on or address,
S.ll. YK11KKS,ii.w.i*.,\.,
9oiiUlc, Wiisli,
(!.  W.   MAHONEV, O.P. ft T.A.
Spokuuu.
DRAYING
We have heen in the liusini'ss
for several years, we have the
hrsl equipment in B.C. ami wo
guarantee satisfaction,
flDouii thai Piano
We are the authorised agonts
tor the removal ol' Mason St Hiseh
Pianos, we oan do the work without risk. Also Household Furniture,
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of tlio
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
< IIIloo opposlto
C.I'.K. Depot.
Phono 08.
TIM llllll NOTICB.
Tuko uollco Unit thirty days altordntu
I lntoml to apply tn tlio Ohlo( CoinmlK-
sioner of l.iinils and Works al Victoria
II. I', [or a H|ioulal lloonce to oul mnl
oarry away titnlior from tlio following
(I,,m,.|'IImmI lamia In Kiwi Kootonay:
i !oiiiinonulng ai a post planted twenty
ohalns soutli of the South west oornor
if tho Isabel minora!nlnlm, tlionoo oast
eighty olialna,   thonoe north  olglily
ilmlns,thonoo wost oiglity ohnlns,thoi	
south eighty ulmlns to phuiu of nniti-
oneoment,
Datod Novonibor IStll, IlKW.
Crow's Nesl Puss tamilier Co., Mil,,
in Bii. I'Vu-jtiu. Agenl,
Southeast Kootenay
Prom Victoria Week.
WAHIlNKII.
Twenty two miles wesl uf
Cranbrook is Wardner, the home
uf llu' Crow's Nesl Pass Lumber
Company, li was rounded by
the lulo ".lim" Wardner during
the construction ot tho railway,
and fur u briet spell enjoyed considerable prosperity, Today it
can truthfully boast of having
the largest and most modorn
lumber mill in llie Crow's Nesl
region, where 1"0 men Hud employment in tin1 plant and yards
and during iho winter season ?5H
more in the neighboring lumber
camps, lis product is shipped a>
far east as Winnipeg, and ihi
season a goodly portion found a
ready market in Saskatchewan. |
aloug the Cuniidlaii orthern line
Equipped without regard to ox
pense, having adequate tire protection and electric lighting, the
enterprising owners have gone
farther and provided for their
employers u social hall and
library, known as the Employees'
Club, whieh was made possible
by the good hearledness of Mr.
Peter Lund. Besides the tminii-
factureof lumber, the mill having
a capacity per 10 hours of from
li'iii.ooo to 150,000 feet, and the
manufacture of laths, the company also makes from 20,000 to
25,000 ties por month, .lust now
it is installing an entirely new
planing mill, the power for which
is heing supplied by the Will:
erous Engine Works and the
Berlin Manufacturing Co. Wardner boasts of three hotels and a
well-supplied depart mental store
owned by the milling company.
MAUYSVII.I.K.
Wycliffe, Marysville and Kimberley arc reached by a spurline
of the C. P. R. At Wycliffe is
one of the largest milling industries of the East Kootenay.
Marysville is the home of the
Sullivan Group Mines, Ltd,
smelter, which employs some
130 men under the superinten-
deutship of Ed. 1). Dolph, and
distributes, roughly, 'MO.OOO a
month. The town is hustling
for recognition through the me-
Hum of its Board of Trade. A
considerable amount of literature
has been sent out to the world
regarding the local mines and
the possibility of the' investment
of capital In this direction. The
Traveller was greeted on his
arrival al Kimberley by Harry
Drew, mine host of the North
Star Hold Since Harry grade
ated from lhe broncho-busting
establishment ou the plains east
of the Rockies, he has become
one of the mosl genial landlords
111 the Kootenays, and while
Fortune has been chary of her
smiles he holds firmly to the
belief that sonic day his efforts
will be rewarded. Kimberley
is in the heart ol lhe rich mining
country, where the Sullivan.
North Star and Sleniwinder
mines are located, besides scores
of good prospects. A little be
low the town is the plant of the
Kimber'ey Milling & Manufacturing Company, which employs at
the mill and Iwo camps between
SO and 100mon. C.Gaskill manager.
MOYIE
At the St. Eugene mine I was
ii formed by Superintendent W.
P. While that they were extracting from 18,000 to 15,000 tons of
galena ore a month, and reducing
from 2,500 to 2,000 Ions of concentrate. Previous to the present strike iu the Crow's Nesl
Coal Held the product was sent
to the Trail and Nelson smellers
but at present it is going to St.
Louis, Mo. To dule there is
about eight mllesof underground
development and the mine is
being opened up at the rate of
1,000 foot per month. The
monthly payroll at this mine
averageBover!W)2,000, there being
some lion men employed. Business conditions at Moyie, as elsewhere through the East Kootenay show signs of betterment,
anil Messrs MacMahiiii Bros,
lhe original owners uf the town-
silii, are still lining business at
ilie llnlel Kootonay, Moyie nut
only boasts nf llie niagnilirent,
scenery, bill excellent hunting
and fishing is also to be had. As
a slimmer rosoi'l few places in
the district surpass this pretty
little town nil llie   pllll'ill   Waters
Mnyie Lake.
THE TRAVELLER,
Slat,. Madcl 7*0, To..
t-aat  life |, ol
Paum Collikii, V.mp.
Dull Kid Blucl,<t
lap. pa,en, I,  in-,,
* anian, itnubU
atupc |o, mtn.
Gentleman's
Full Dress
Street Shoe
Slater Model 721
Patent Coltskin
Tourist Last
Berlin Blutcher
Price, - $5.00
For Frock Coat and Afternoon Walking Occassions
and   for   Stremious   Wear.
CRANBROOK
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fe Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection fj
Nearest to railroad depot.   Has accommo-
•„ illations   fur   ih,.   public   u pialled   in
m, Cranbrook.
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"Get an advance, skin the shoes, or lose money!" This
was the slogan of the American shoe manufacturer at the
opening of the season.
Canadians who buy imported shoes pay one dollar duty,
a quarter of a dollar more in higher wages, or $1.25 in all for
their lack of perception. They fine themselves 33lj per cent
and get shoes which the made-in-Canada shoe can defeat on
even terms in foreign markets.
Then the imported shoe may have been "skinned"
of value to partly meet that handicap of $1.25.
Follow the shoe market, and you will find that the
honest United States shoe manufacturer has either withdrawn
from the Canadian shoe market or raised his price too high.
Money cannot buy, nor can artisan devise a better shoe
than that upon which are stamp this "Seal of Certainty"—
a.t*>it£kA
Slater Shoes for Men,     $5.00 and $4.00
Slater Shoes for Women, $4.00 and $5.50
REID tii CO., Exclusive Agents, Cranhrook
Kootenay
Itange
Kootenay Steel Ranges
Burn all kinds of fuel
tTClafji
London* Toronto
Montreal-Winnipeg
Vancouver-SK John N.B.
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters for minin»   i!       When you want  a good
men and old timers. *,   lllace l" st0P come to the
'■   Manitoba.
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
T?f^TTTVTTl     ON I1AKBI1 ST., ONE DOOR WKST OP
£\JU1\U        IIII.I. a   in,    Tho only piano tn town
Um inkc lil.- mirth the li
Till
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E. H. SMALL, Manager
L. CLAPP
W, ROLLINS
Hii note
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C.
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Lighted   By  Electricity
Heated By Hot Air   -
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Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   POR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS
i'mmmmmmmmmmmmmntmmmmmmnim*
ILEMKJ HENDERSON I
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£ Always Up-to-Oate 3
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£ Granbrook,        -     -        B.G. =|
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Dominion Meat Co.
Wo have n new mini In our Sausage kitchen, nnd ho
certainly knows his business, ii keeps us hustling to
keep up wiili Un' orders. Gel .youi Sausage from us,
never mind where you gel pour other meats.
fl Pointer!
Dominion Meat Co.
lift your SAUSAGE, where in
creasing orders   COMPEL   the
butcher to make them everv tin v.
Wholesale mmw
LIQUORS *s? CIGARS
j   A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT  FOR
Calgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBEL St CO.. Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.G.
I P. Burns & Go.
Hotid Office,
Cul^iuy, AllHir1.il.
Mum Ofll
for EiiHt Kootonay,
(Iintihrniik,  ll.C
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31 -w--    HOTEL J
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X Kimberley,   B. C. *
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9   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.   ..^mm^,^
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mining Men
WholcHalc and Retail
Meat Merchants 1     Royal   Hotel
Dealers in
Live Stock
Abattoir and Cold Storage3
at Calgary. Alberta,    zs
s •VWiryHvllle, H.C. A. P. CHENETTE.
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Tho iiiinvi' hotel has boon rocontly orociod, nnd neatly rurnlsli-
•■il throughout. Tho Bar is supplied with tho in'si brands of
Liquors and Cigars. THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK   B. ('., NOVEMBER 24, UHiB
WHEN  MAKING  A
atiH**********^****^ Head
|TEA   AND   COFFEE I  spHtti«g|Pj|j  rn[ hm\m
9 [t is estimated that HO   of the English speaking people drink oithor Tea or Colt 'both.   So £.       itwhlonou Hmdrwho thai makes        il       ll 1     Ul Will   IU llll WU
s
speaicing peo|
universal is their use, sn greut tho deiniiiul for satisfactory qualitios iimi groeors uml dealors ovory-
wlu'i-i' are constantly >tii\*ing to obtain thoso choice varieties whicli please lhe palate of thoir patrons
your lioml throb; tuiti youi- eye
whirl   nml   uuik.'s yu
your stmuueh tr>
a , Nothing you would give would be more appreciated  than  :i
IF WE HAVE fl HOBBY '" "K.™, ■-.. ITS TEA AND 60EFEE I:   *LX-L I   ^^^sSlSs^roff-
*£     They i'iin'1 Innl vmi ami  thoy
X stop any hoadacho.
9 The many uew friends these lines ar ;il*iu*: for this store is evidence thai our oltorts are succosstul $      J IH; Do"''" "V ^0X '?5("        In Wedftewood wo can sell vou u little Jug al 40c  or a Sugar,
£    Tr=A rricpcr; 9     hKATTIH Oi  ATl'HISON ' " Crown aud Tea pot Set for $5.00 and a host of
Uur selections are most carefully made with u view n
9   Combining  a   Reasonable  Price  with   Rich   Cup Quality   9
and all Cut < ibiss were prohibitive as far as
the ordinary  mortal  was concerned,
Nut   So   Now.
TEA
COFFEE *
To those who are looking for something ven i boiee I
Where It Pays to Deal.
other limits in Wedgewood at prices betweon
these quoted.
^ Wr have very special lims in Teas viz:   (lur "No, i
A    Blend" at ioc. ner pound is we believe the best package        in Coffee we recommend our "Golden \\ est Mend" in Sil __ . _., , „      , _ ~    , , , ,    , ,,. .
9 , *       '     '      ,       . ,,,,,■■ i    n        i   i a- i      ti T TVl1vH«2t   tnimvr>Vi Royal Crown Derby wo haven lot ol  things yon can choose
£    tea on the market at the price.    Our "Deckajuhe  al i and : Ib. sealed tins al 50c.  per pound.      Ihe more (| .tJtiptiat   V^IJ. Ill l> 11 f),0|n Ml|irs ,lt jj^q  0n,,s Sam s llm,
exacting you are the bettei you will like this coffee.        9       Special  Sermon Series Plates.    Vases ni differem prices or a
75c. per pound occupies the pinnacle in the tea line:
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IUARANTEtED
MONEY
NOT SATISFIED.
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for November.
Sunday    livening,   Nov    Ith,
A        "Mugiilllconl   Mlnorllios of
^ lhe World."
m Suiulai   Kvoning, Nov   llth,
A "KtllllOlls I'':iiIiii*i'n of Histo I
neal Intli' pair of Rose Jars for $7.00.
Royal Doulton .Tugs,  Watchman pattern $1.50, Ten Sri $5 00,
I'Inn 1 nes $2,50.
Limoges ive keep a full Una of this handsome pattern,    You ran
make up full dinner set buying just whal yuu can afford.
Odd pieces in Bon-Hon dishes, Fmll Plates. After dinner
9        iv " CoITi ups.    Tele 11 teto set.
* s""ll;lv  h'v"!l,n*" Nov.;  |s"' Cut Glass Wo have jus!  Imported a lot of English Cut Glass.
9          Kingship of Men. -— i;iiowol, Vnsos lluit are very neat in shape and ronsnn-
A Suuiln.-   Kveuing,   Nov.  •.iilh able In prloe runiiing from 7fic in $2.50 eaeli.
A          Kingship ol Christ,
9     Special music   Sankey hymn!
m Warm welcome.
9 l>   ti. Stevenson ofMichol-was
3* 111 lown Monday.
a —
*V .is  Patterson  wus up  from
9 I'jlliiiiiiiith Monday on husiness
G. T. ROGERS.
:eries u
,'ks. non
Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS, GLOVES, ROOTS uml Sill IKS
TIMIIKI* NOTICE.
Take N..ti,-.- thai  thirty iluys after Kg
date we lntoml to upply to the Chief W3
Commissioner of Lands and  Works :i' ,',f
atVietorla,   II. C,  for permission to &
uttt and   earry  uwaj   timher on the JIM
«R^i^^.K.^-^^ ®ltC JlH%l©l1CCtOV,
lollowing deserllied   lands   in   houi
East   Kootonay,   commencing   nl  'I'
N'orth-Wes rnor of Liu *>sil running   •((/
South   eighty   ehains.   Wesl    eight,
chains, North eighty elmlns  more a.     .„
loss in the righl ol way '" the  U. V, S,   fjl/j
Hallway f'-i  In an Easterly illrei
along the   said right of waj  eighty   }{(jj
I'liiiin.a iiiiii ■ less 111 plaee of commencement, L-ontninlng   sin    hundred
ami forty neres more or loss,
Crow's Nesl Puss Lumber Cny,   Ltd.
Nov. ~ 1 li 1000. 15
TIMIlElt   NOTICE.
Take Notloo that thlrly days after
Hut,. «,. Intond 111 apply  In il"' Chlol
Commissioner of Lauds and  Works at
Victoria, 11. C, lor permission t" cnl
uml carry uwuy tlnili in llie following
il loud hinds In Suiilli Easl Kooienay, 1 mionelng nl  Ihu  poal   planted
oiglity chains South nf the Suiilh-Wosl
oornor uf Lot Ui'is. running Smith
oiglity ohalns. West eighty chains,
North  oiglity   chuins,    l.n-i    eight}
chains to plai I citinmcncoiiionl n-
tabling six   hundred anil  fort}   ueres
mure ill- less.
Crow's N1-1   I'ii*- Lumlior Coy, Ltd,
Nov. 7th Itiiiu. IB
WHERE    IT   FAYS   TO    DEAL
FRESH   FRUITS
The Quality Store
Choice Cigars
and Tobaccos
1
iATURDAY, Ni i\    -'!.  19011.
I
nnTTntmrninTmnTTmrnmrnnnnniT-;
LOCAL NEWS. 1
.1   Neil of  Wattsburg  was in
: he cil v Tuesday.
I., ii. Henderson of  Winnipeg
W   was u Cranlirook visitor Monday,
WIJ I- VV. Patmore relurned Mon-
«B day from a business trip In the
{}}]   Crow's Nest Pass.
| nflMFBLLL k MANNING
I'linin- 56 and we will deliver your order promptly,
f>r<       Mrs, J, P, Pink  uud  children
left on Monday on it visit in the
A AV laV m- m^ A A, As \A A A As % Sm Ar Ssli. m- At AV Im- Ar At Ar * *
ir A\^^a m\ "^ n\*\^^K.^n,*\ ^K nt s*t n\ nt nt *a\n\,^Kns^m, ^t ^ .^a,,.^v
1 CENTRAL    HOTEL I
i I
9 Marvsvillo, B.C.       COLE & HANDLEY. Prop.- 9
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9 The Lending Hotel of the St. 9
9 Mary's Valluy,   Nice airy rooms 9
*_[ newly   furnished.      Table   ns JT
9 9
_* gootl ns tiny 111 Kiinleliuy. w
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*   GOOD     SAMPLE     ROOMS   *
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a STEWARTS a
THK I.KAIHNi;
Fruit  Store
No wonder overybody buys
CHOCOLATES here. They
gel Hie most delicious, perfectly I £
pure kinds, thai il is possible to
make. Try a pound of
"Stewarts" Pine Chocolates, Il
will convince you that we sell
the best.
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftrmstrona, ftve.
TIMIIKll    N'oTHl:
Title- Notlco liml llililv il'iv- ttltur il  I hi
tend to u|>|ily w "n- Chlol c mls.lnnur oi
Lunds uml Worki nl Vliitorln  r.n pormlaalon
Inn or mi. in iiu- cm Kmitonus
con nulnu ul n po.1 plaiiiMl ju ii. nor
„M.iii Kim iili'iui •£' '-In""- ••".i'li »--i  "I Hi-      ,ft,f.
- I i oornor nl Ul '..:*.   thonoo N Ijijjj
l,,ii>,li,,in. ih.nooKoalturonlj plmlni tlianeo
s,„iih limy iliniii. Hi,-i l-i-' iwoill) i'llllilla
u, ,.s,,tuii tony I'hidtia us iiii Nortli ' (!•
:;:,;;::;;;::;:,:;':::;r!,;:,';;:;::v;:;,::;:::   ah kinds of building  material
i;:;:::;;:::;;,',:;:;::;:.:'\\\:;'::;..;.rz constantly on hand.
Geo. R. Lwsk & Go
hak
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Plans, Specifications
and Estimates
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
ii i   i,,.i  am, Uionor Si»rth  r«rtj  i twin
mom or iwui Along tho lino of Loi mat
-ut nf hum r*oi'wiia iiii-iii'-' i-u-i twmit) ''imi
more nr Iokn i" plinw "t uomincnooinent
CHOW -    N1>T   PASS   1,1'MHKK li
Onvltl Hraolienriilifu
Sav, 'uli ii*"'
; EMPLOYMENT!^
MINKUAI. ACT
iki,iim r i
CKIITI ritSATH "I' IMI'lC'VKMl.NTa
NOTICE.
Vieloriu   and   Jubilee   Mineral
Claims,
NOTICE.
ij.  nni in1 I lull I Inlotid in n|i|ily tn
lllnl    I  iiMillii--i 'I'    ill    Llllllla ,V
il'ka r.il' p.-i-ii.ia-iiiu ll ml   L'lll'I'J
nlmr rrom lliu fnllnwliiii ilumirllf
in S li Ku-l  Km in ■Mill .  -< UMI-
 i,'■in-.' iii  ji  |'n-i  iiliintud  'Ju i'IiiiIiih
, .,, ,-j,-l    ,,l    till'    miiI'IIi«i-I    lllll'lllll'   III    Llll
11 wil y  tl,0SB  wl1" '"''■      IKI ,,".-  '11,  WI .' „-:l	
luokinji; for worli to call und      .,., -,,,.-i,i,i,,-,i,..,,,-.  i, soei,nin~:
see iiu ii ,i-i mi i']iiiiii« tu tliu imliit ni
AGENCY
Slumlolii Hi" 1'orl Mil
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i Whoro I iii-ii    "n So
l.jik,'
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Minora ivinl.i.iii' No lliun*l nn  lor Di	
MiCiiilmii- l M i   Nn il:ii"iniiii Kilnnnl
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HUOIIOl aili'h IVrllllr nl lli.|.liivi'lli.-llla.
l.ui.-.l una nu I* of Nov.*. lom
T.T. MoVIT'l'IB, Annul
Jim   McArthur
lie run  Koeuri! you u joli and
also lit you mil in
(.IlltllU-,, Shoes,
Hats, lite.
 llll'lll-L'IIIOIll,
I lill.nl N... .-I i  I-l. Illllli.
t'nillium I .innl.,-!' i'
I*. niii'.l. F. Ili'ld
NOTICE.
'I  Ullll  I  lllll'llll llllipillj   III
Iiiii  I lili'l   I n.nun- r  nl   Llllllla  A
Unil      Inl     '"Mill
ul
Provincial Assessor, Alex.
Liieus was til Craribrooli Tuesduy
on official business,
Mr. <iillis|iip. manajioi' for P.
Burns & Co., sponl Sunday lasl
ut Lethbridge.
W. .1. Hupell and I). Itolhwick
of [nnlsl'ail, AJbtti., were guests
at the Cranbrook Tuesday,
Mr. und Mrs. K. Peafrau of
Mnrysville were visiting friends
ai Cranbrook Tuesduy.
W. A. Maedonald of Nelson
wus iii the cily this week on legal
business.
K. Anderson, manager of the
Sullivan group of mines wus in
town Monday.
Constable A. A. Ward of
Marysville was in town Tuesday
ou legal busiuess.
Barrister J. A. Harvy of Cranbrook was registered at the Hume
Hotel Nelson Sunday last.
.las. Weighty.of Seattle, and
H. II. Sparing of Toronto were
registered ut the Cl'ailbl'OOll
Tuesduy.
II. II. Itiilinrt, proprietor of
llie Wardner Hotel, Wurdiier.
was ai Crunbrook on business
Tuesday,
K M ■, .1.  Clark,   II.   KIhU,
CI, W   Adams and  Uoo, A.   Mclntire   ll'l   ol     Vlllll'OUVOI'    were
guests ai lhe Crnnbrooli Sunday
last.
A 15, drupe of Toronto spent
Sunday last in Cranbrook.
Prank Johnson  proprietor of
[the Moyie Hotel   Moyie was in
lown Thursday.
II. Chapman of Victoria, and
K A. Smith of Quebec spent
Sunday lust in Cranbrook.
C. V, Jones, and F. N. Conway
of Nelson  were  at   Crunbrook
Monday.
HAY, OATS, WHEAT; FLOUR.
We have unloaded three cars
Ibis week, and have several iu
transit for next week. See us
before buying elsewhere. Our
prices are righl. aud we have
yet to hear the lirst complaint as
to Uie quality of our hay ihis
season.
Dominion Meal Co.
Cranbrook Licence District.
Tliu half yearly meeting ul the Mutinl
nl l.ii't'llt'e   1'iimniH.slimui'S.   I'fUllliI'lilik
l.i.'i'ii.'n liisirii't. will be held at the
I'liuri Ilni**' *sCi'anbt'untt un Stitut'duy
Deeemliur the 10th, lOOH, al 10 u'oleuk
in lhe furetinnn, when llie fnlluwinn
:L|i|ilii'illiiilla will I'limn liefore the
l.iniril. vi/.:
Pittii llamlluy, Mnrysville, Central
Iliiinl.
A.  I'. Chenette,  Marysville,  llnynl
llnlel,
Chnrlea K. I'Muuh, Mnrysville, Kulls-
vlew llnti'l.
IV, II. Ilnulfiiril. Wyi'lill'i'. W.velilVe
Hotel.
Nils lluii.aun. Wttsit, Wasii Hotel,
Oliver (J. HtU'ji-e. IS'i'i'y Creek, I'l'l-ry
Crook llnlel.
Il.s. Mather, Port Steele, Wluilsor
llnlel.
N. llalisnn, Purl Steele, imperial
Hotel.
McDonald X Gourley, Fort Steele,
transfer to James Buekman, Strath-
eona Hotel.
James Hrowii, Wardner, International llnlel.
John Ityun. Wurdiier, Central Hotel.
li.  II.  Unhurt,  Wiirilnur,   Wni-dner
Ilni,'I.
II. W. Drew, Klmlierloy, North Shir
llnlel.
.h a M. I'lirrnll, Kiiiilii'ili'v. liuilii'i,i Hotel,
I*. II, MllllltIS,
I   lliel I.i  lllS|HjelUI'
t'l'lllllirnilll l.li.'uilcu HUirii't
Corporation of the City of Cranbrook
DKI.IM.U'KN'I'  TAXI-'.S
I'lll'tii'llhll'lltti'lllillll i-ililvrln.il,i Ilir
The Eye
ol'TKN differs friini the nther III slronirth r.-.|iiii-
: ailiirnrniii   louse.
We exumiiii:
lii-npi'i- stlnss.
e|iiii'iiloly   nml    lit   the
We Giiiiroiuee Goinlortahle Vision
No Guess Work.
. F. Tate k Son
Graduate Opticians
C.I'.R. Wat uli Itispeiitors Crows' Nest "ass Division
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We have just received a large assortment of Hockey and Acme Skates
nl the very newest patterns, also a
line line of Hockey Sticks and the
prices arc right.
t CALL ^d INSPECT OUR STOCK  B
ft   I
J. D. McBRIDE*
HARDWARE
^Cranbrook, B.C.
Been here since 1898   Liable iii slay lonjjci
I
if
T.  ('.   Doiltflus   was   110   |m„, "'"ll"''i''«"'i"''"'" ►1"'1 W.etiup.11
hu Hull rlvur country 'I'uusilay, ,ti<:} 'I""""" •'"*'', I
ft *ft;»:ft, * ft 9 ft:*ft:*.ft,%ft: 9 ft* ft:« ft 9 ft 9 ft: 9 ft
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lie rupoi'ts worli oil the bl^llltcll
of lhe Hull Kiver I'ower I'n.. us
progl'osslng I'liplilly.
Hiinauus   are   oul   of   season
I'he rillus and tlixurt nu  laud  ur un
'lllipi'livi'llli'llla.   a| inl   nr   ntlierwiae,
which aro unpaid uu tin- :11st day of
Hi mlit'i' iu niu'h year shall  hear  III*
lorosl llinrefrnin. until paid In  lull,  nl
llin niln nf i'i|.> |||    |„-|'   relit    pill'   11111111111
one Third Oil
i
Ladies
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I til"   lill"-   Ml    ■■If.' II I      | ll   I       I Ull I      J"   I       iill IIII III      ,*jt W
now,  ihi'   MiormotnGter havhiff *],utl „■•• \*j 11
''''"l'l J°, slx . ''"-'."i",  ll"'"w Cltv Clerk's I 111       Thus. M. It Jf        , \fa,l'Jt\l ""'u at c a',' r" "T V'iS gVmt T,|,ilmned i
noro on VVGilnosilay night, •     , ,.,,       I an   K.'iiily to Wear HAT SALE     Its  he greatest bargain T
 , j T SlUO ol Stylisli heailwetir over ollereil in the city of Oan- W
I,ANII    NOI'll'l;. I IS Ill'Ollli. ,„,
I.ANII    NO'I'II'I'
Tlllui Notli'ii Hint Blxtyilliys lllllil' it   1   I
I
Jim Moflrtiiyr
il i' ii.nili HII i'linin-: Ihenee ei
rl in 'Im i'li I .-..nun.- n
Hated Nnvn 'i' I-l II	
I   ll.ll.rl-   I. Imi l'l
llunson Ave.   CkaNIIUOiik, IMI      i:, r, i i  I   iimi
*N '" Ht.VUH.VSI I'    I   III        T„k,'lii,ll,',. Uiul alMy.l.iya llll.T lillll' I   III   ilij    V,,|,,    .,     '.,',,..•    .,('   Mill-    Pl-il'OU-
i ,.|.|.ly  in Un- I'lil.'l rniiniil-a in* nf l.'ii.l l„ ,i|,|il.v In Un' llili'l  I'.iiiiinlaali.lii'l' i I    J    i*(,li-   *'    > *-"    *■'•    "HI     IlllvtS.
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 kloii '" 1'iiruliino itm  iiiviin; ii.-a,'ii  mianioii iii'iiiiiuni   u.ii.nnni rlliii.l   T
li * I" Kind KoiiIoiiiij | i„„,k iM |!llHl |{,mioniiy: HI
''"I inn-Inn Mil oust'iliuiuiil nl U"' North     c,,, tii'liiif al n |iml iiliuituit ill tliu Sniitli-   ,J.
Win i"-i*"H Will  Sin i I Lost eor 'Ul wrlli'lil ii'r HSU nml   'J
inr    mum ii,,   fulluwlut!   de-   ' '''" '''" I Thoinin llruukeiu'lilmi'B to  hu Must lino of Lot iwit'i,iiiiili'iilluil Slinnii  [al
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,    ,   . ; '    Kiwi   wwiiy rlialiu,    n'u  Soutli  is s [iirlyulinliia, tliuiiooKiiMlwniil.y i'IiiiIiik.iIioii™  fil
 H "I-'I imsi   I'liiiii '      ......... < iVnst forty ohalii.  ' li*. s. Wye ns, Um Kast twenty rlialm,  1
sl,','i!!ln!r,i!!L,l''l'':'"i'''",m" *'"''0' '■'•'' 'Iln'XiMhr'K»!, iNini!'l!i"hr 1',',^™,,,"" CmnoTiwm eiiTi'Lo tine 11       ""K0 hm ^'00 lo W 5n   Sale Prloe 50 Cents eaoh
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