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Vol. 12.
CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, WOO.
No. S4.
PEOPLE YOU MAY KNOW
Visitors Here and There   People
Who Come to Cranbrook and
Those Who Go Away.
(1. E Hubbard of Halifax was
a (Iranbrook visitor Kriday.
M. II. Kins; of llie King Lumber Co. was at Kernie Monday.
Ile   a   visitor
Labor Day.
al   Cranhrook
.1.   Cholditoh   returned   this
week from a coast visit.
1).  Breokenrldge is  in town
this week ou business.
Clias Elwell of Beale&Elwell
was at Marysville Friday Oil
company business.
V. Hyde linker expects to
leave Monday lor Spokane on
business,
Win. MoDougal of Moyie was
in town Thursday,
J. A. Broloy of Fernie was in
town Thursday.
At Chas Keid St Co next week
The Seven Sutherland sisters.
V. Hyde Baker and C. M
Edwards spent Sunday last at
Fernie.
Choice Grapes, Pears, Tomatoes and Apples at Stewarts today.
Born—at Cranbrook Thursday
Augusi 23rd, a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. E. Dilso.
A. Lawrence of Fernie was
registered at the Cranbrook
Friday.
Born—at Cranbrook Friday
August 17th, a boy to Mr. and
Mrs. A. McKimmon.
Wm. Dean, a lumberman from
Olds, Albt., was in tho city
Thursday.
B. F. Werden of Fort Steele
was taken to the hospital this
week. -
The day we
Day",
celebrate  "Labor
Fresh every day, at the
"Palm". Homemade candies.
Try them
Get your orders in early for
Labor Day banners and streamers — B. H. Short & Co., will do
them right for you.
F. C. Malpas, manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce
was at Marysville Thursday on
business.
H. S. Clark of Fort Steele was
taken to the St. Eugene Hospital
this week. He has an attack of
typhoid fever.
E. Doberer of the Fink Mercantile Co. was at Ashcroft and
other Okanogan points this
week
Fred. Jones, J. F. Pringle and
A. P. Chenette of Marysvil'e
were transacting business at
Cranbrook Monday.
Miss H. P. Sinclair who has
been spending her holidays at
the Parsonage left on Thursday
for Grand Forks.
Messrs Sherman, VanDecar,
Cole and Pettigrew left on Friday on an outing to Monroe's
Lake, party will bo away for
several days.
Mr. .1. Harris left on Monday
for a business trip to Edmonton
and other places in Alberta.
He will be absent about ten
days.
Mr. W. McSwoyno came in
from Ryan on Tuesday with an
injured knee. He was taken to
the hospital and is doing well
under the careof Dr. Connolly.
There will be a pure food demonstration by Miss Erma B.
Nicol at the store of the Fink
Mercantile Co., Ltd. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
August 27th, 28th and 20th.
We have a great name for selling the best. "STEWARTS"
Chocolates and Bon Bbns are
made for those who desire
quality—pure and delicious. H
Stewart, Armstrong, Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McKowan
returned from their honey-moon
on Sunday last. They have had
an extonded trip through eastern
Canada and the United States.
They will take up their residence
on Armstrong Avenue.
To tho Gentlemen—It is a
gentleman's pleasure to give
pleasure. It can be done in no
hotter way than by calling at
Prest's Stlldo and securing one
or more of thoso beautiful Wall
Pictures, thoy aro soiling at
Straight Cost, in order to make
room for a large stock this fall.
Mr. and Mrs A. York und
children ol Edmonton were
guests at the Oranbrook Friduy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Plnro of
Werden, Man., were visiting
friends at Cranbrook lhis week
F. Powell was up from Ward
ner Kriday transacting business
it Cranbrook.
Keep your eyes on Crunbrook
come yourself and bring your
wife and children to   see   the
sports on Labor Day.
J. P. Fink returned Friday
from a holiday visit to the far
east, he reports having a very
pleasant trip.
J. Breckenridge of the Crow's
Nest Lumber Co., at Wardner
was in the city Friday on business.
Mrs. Wm. F. Tate, and C. Ross
Tate returned Friday from an
extended visit to Toronto und
other eastern cities.
R. A. McBurney wont eust
Wednesday, and his friends suy
that when he returns he will be
accompanied by Mrs. McBurney.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. A.
C. Nelson entertained a number
of friends in honor of her sister
Mrs. Inglis.
Contractor Geo. Leask wus at
Marysville Thursday on business
connected with the building of
the new school house in that
town.
A. A. Macneil, principal of
the public school returned Monday from his holiday visit to
Winuipeg and other eastern
cities.
The showers of this week have
been welcomed by all. The dry
weather of the summer had prepared field and wood for fire but
now all danger is over. The air
feels fresher and everything puts
on a healthy appearance as a
result of the rain.
You are invited to come to the
Methodist Church next Sunday
Evening and hear Rev. J. P.
Westman give his address   on
What will save Cranbrook and
what the city will then be like."
Good music will be furnished by
the Choir.    Come along.
Patmore Bros, have about
completed the extensive "Blower" plant for the East Kootenay
LnmborCo's. large planing mill
at Jaffray, and arc now busy enlarging the plant at the King
Lumber Go's, new Planing Miii
here. Patmore Bros. Tinners
and Plumbers.
Rev. B. (ioolield will next
Sunday night in the Baptist
Church poach upon the important subject of "Salvation:" the
preacher will make direct reference to the criminal carelessness
of those who are responsible for
the shocking moral conditions of
our town. All interested in
noble living and heroic doing
are invited to attend.
Now is the time to clear up
and get ready for Labor Day.
The Carpenters are busy on
Baker street which will be much
improved by Sept. 8, Tho residents might well spend a few
hours in beautifying their residences and yards. The City
could put the teams to work by
pulling otf stones etc and thus
assist the rate payers. Let
every one clean up.
The exocutive of the foot ball
association met in their Committee room In the gymnasium
on Wednesday evening of this
week to wind up the affairs of
the season and discuss matters
relating to the Kerrigan clip.
After much discussion it was decided not to form a league this
season owing to the lateness of
some of thoentreos. The season
being far advanced it was
deemed advisable to shelve the
question until next year.
Mr. and Mrs. F. ('. Malpas
opened their home on Monday
to a number of friends iu honor
of Iheir visitors.
Mrs. Gaffney of Wardner
called on Mends this week and
made a short visit at Ihe par
souage.
Mr. uud Mrs. A. B. Fenwick
und Mrs. Fred Binmore of Fort
Sleele were  Cranhrook  visitors
Thursday.
Mrs. Eriokson and her two
daughters lefl for a three
week's visit ut the coast on
Thursday. Thoy were accompanied by Miss McDonald.
Mrs. G. T. Rogers was at
homo last Friday evening to her
friends visiting in Cranbrook.
The visitors thoroughly enjoyed
Ihe evening.
J. R. Anderson, deputy minis-
tor of agriculture, and Frank
Smith, chemist of the Dominion
Experimental farm, were regis
tered at the Cranbrook Friday.
F. E. Simpson returned
Thursday from West Kootenay
where he has been engaged in
rounding up the Liberal organizations.
Bryans advance agent is working overtime these days, and
what is more he is earning his
money, says the Herald. And
so is organizer Simpson.
Messrs W. D. Hill of this
place and T. A. Hill of Moyie
left this week for the coast
where they will spend a short
vacation.
G. L. Podlar of Fernie, principal of the public school of that
place was in town this week
visiting Mr. A. A. McNeil, principal of the public school of this
place.
C. Hungerford Pollen, President of tho Kooienay Central
Railway Co. arrived in Cranbrook Thursday. There will be
a meeting of the directors of the
company on September ilrd.
Mr. C. M. McHardy of Nelson
was in town Wednesday. He
was on his way home from the
Prairie provinces where he has
been in charge of the fruit exhibit of B. C. at the several exhibitions. He reports times good
on the prairie, but states that
fruit prospects of B. C. are a
great attraction to the money
men of the grain belt.
Superstition and distrust, with
which all societies known as
secret orders were at one time
viewed by a large number of
people, was, happily long ago dispelled, and today the lodge
stands as one of the champions
of the home and family. Where-
ever society has reached a high
state of development, secret and'
fraternal orders have their
greatest stronghold. j
If there is a great question
pressing for solution, the influ
once of which is to affect the
homo-life, the women of our city
are ever on the alert to see that
it is correctly solved. Thus
working, they've formed a nucleus around which have been
erected institutions that stand as a
living monument in theirdefonse
of the home. All hail, then, to
the queenly, whitesonled women
of this community!
EXCURSION TRAINS.
doing East and West to and From
Cranbrook for Labor Day
Celebration
The following is the time
Schedule arranged by the Labor
Day committee for regular and
Special trains over Ihe Crow's
Nest branch for the transportation of exou rsionists to the Labor
Day celebration at Oranbrook,
September 8rd.
TRAINS PROM THK HAST.
Stations.           I.t-iivc.
liu,-.
Mlohol          A-IHIa.n
♦4.70
Pernio          1-48 , ,
8,50
Mori-lHoy      H-10 , ,
2,00
Klko               H-211 , ,
2,40
Galloway       Wll . ,
2.10
.lairniv           8-58 . ,
1,80
Wardner       9-21 . .
1,20
Mavoiik          H-10 , ,
Sll
Porl Steole     0-51 , ,
55
Arrive at Oranbrook
10-11*
TRAINS PROM WEST
Slitter            0-80 , .
4,:i5
Creston         ~-oo , ,
3,70
KUchnor        7-3U , ,
3,00
Curiam            8-00 . ,
2,35
Yulik              8-04 , ,
2,20
Ryan               8-12 ,
1,115
Toohty             8-22 ,
1,711
Aldrtdge         8-117 ,
1,15
Moyie              8-52 ,
1,10
Swansea          9-07 ,
55
Loco                11-17 ,
35
Arrive at Cranbrook
D-'M
NORTH STAR BRANCH
Kimberley       7-45 ,
1,20
Marysville       8-16 ,
IKI
Wvoliffe          8-40 ,
70
Wunklyn        8-50 ,
45
Arrive at Cranbrook
11-15
After the celebration the west
bound train will lea\
e Cranbrook
at il p.m.
Train  going  east   will leave
Cranbrook at 845 p.
m.
Leave for Kimberley at 9-15
The above rates are for
round
trip tickets and are
good
going
September Snd and
ird, retum-
ing Sept. 4th.
Southeast Kootenay Ore Shipments
The week's output of South
east Kootenay silver-lead mines
were as follows:—
WEEK YEAR
St Eugene.... OUR 20,808
Sullivan     500   10,420
Total      1,108   37,288
linaiicial district in this and other
cities, that Ihe Union Pacific had
been put on a in per cent,
dividend basis and the Southern
Piieilic on a r> per cent, dividend
class. Winners of millions in
the Harriman lines coup: V. 11
Harriman (15,000,000; King
Edward VII, *8,5O0,0O0i Wm.
Rockefellew, #l,H00,niK); Alfred
G. Vanderbilt, fcl.OOO.OOO; .lames
li. Keene, (_,000,000i John
W. Gates, (11,000,000; H. 11.
Rogers, (11,000,000; William K,
Vanderbilt, $1,000,000! James
Slillnian, (1,000,000, One of tho
most interesting developments
of yesterday was the fact that
King Edward of England had
made a "hog killing" out of the
boom on a tip from Jacob H.
Schiff, delivered to the monarch
through his New York financial
representative, Sir Edward
Cassei. There is no doubt lhat
King Edward and a group of
friends who operate with him in
the New York market, have
made au enormous amount. He
is usually represented iu Gotham by Sir Edward Cassei,
who makes his headquarters at
the offices of Jacob Schiff. He
learned soon after Mr. Harri man's
Hying return from the coast that
Union Pacific was about ready
to pay handsomely and his royal
backer was at once advised.
The Blaok-Maokay Co.
Chas. A. Mackay, manager of
the Black-Mackay Mining Co.,
owning the sub marine mining
proposition on Moyie lake, is
again in town nnd is busily engaged doing assessment work.
Another test will be made to
ascertain the depth of bedrock
on tho St. Eugene side of the
lake. Where the sand pipe was
driven last spring it showed an
alluvial deposit, of 80 feet. This
was near the edge of the shore.
Tho new test will be made some
distance out in the lake. The
company recently purchased two
lots from J. C. Drewry upon
which will be built a warehouse,
office buildings, etc.—Moyie
leader.   	
As Others See Us.
cruisers, composed of the Maryland, iho Pennsylvania, the Colorado and the West Virginia,
under ihe command of Rear Admiral Wlllard 11. Brownson,
sailed to-day lor Manila li lias
heen decided  by   llie   Navy   uml
Stale Depart its thai the iieei
of the Asiatic station should be
materially increased. The four
armoured cruisers, eaoh as
powerful as u Hrst-oloss battlo-
ship, but having ihe advantage
of greater speed, will relieve in
the Orient the only two battleships there, the Ohio uml the
WiSCOIISln, These      will      lie
ordered home, the Wisconsin to
be extensively repaired on tho
Pacific coasl. probably ui llio
Bremerton Navy Yard, mul the
Ohio lo come lo lhe At'tintic
const to join lhe Atlantic lleol
under the command of Rear Admiral Robley I). Evans. When
the armored cruisers reach tin;
Philippines Rear Admiral
Brownson, who for so many
years was superintendent of the
Naval Acadamy, and who was
severely criticized by the House
investigating cominillee on account of the hazing at Annapolis,
will relieve Rear Admiral C. .1.
Tram in command of the powerful fleet on the Asiatic station,
Admiral Train will he ordered
home lor other duty.
LABOR DAY COMMITTEE
Damage To The Illinois.
The Rev. J. P. Westman,
Methodist minister of Cranbrook,
and chairman of tho East Kootenay district, is what we may
call " a mixer" that is, he makes
it a point to be pleasant to all
New York, August 25. —Ac ordinary, as well as extraordin-
cording to the official report of ary folks, but we are surprised
thooxpertsit will cost about*10- | to learn of his being recognized
000 to repair the damage done to as a shady character. It seems
the battleship Illinois in tho re- that on entering ono of the local
cent collision with the Alabama. : hotels at Coal Creek, just after
The Illinois will take part in the 'going through the mine, that a
President's review and will then little trap door tender ol tho
he sent to the Navy Yard for ro- mine shouted   out,  "Say,    Ma,
Longpre—Ouelet.
One of those events which
brighten the world and make
lives happy transpired on
Wednesday morning of this
week at H a. m.. at St.
Mary'schurch, when Rev.Father
Choinell united in marriage Mr.
George Longpre and Miss Laura
Ouelet of Marysville. Mr.
Harry Robichaud, uncle of Miss
Ouelet, gave the bride uway, and
Miss Annie Ouelet and Mr. Peter
Robichaud acted as bride and
best man.
After the cermony was performed the wedding company
repaired to the home of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Robichaud where tiie
wedding breakfast was partaken
of.
The bride presented a very
attractive and graceful appear
ance in her wedding gown. The
bridesmaid was attired in white
organdie, and carried a boquet
of carnations and sweet peas.
The wedding presents were
many and beautiful, and as a
mark of high esteem in which the
young couple were held in the
Smelter City, they were presented with a beautiful cabinet containing a silver desert set from
the boys of tho smelter city. A
silver fruit dish and mamalade
jar from P. Robichaud, silver
cakedish Annie Ouelet.silver egg
stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Robichaud Silver fruit spoon Mr. and
Mrs. J. Hall, cut glass vase Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Beattie, pearl
handled butter knife, Mr. and
Mrs. G. Lewis, silver fruit knife
Miss Kennedy, silver butter
knife Miss Hall, silver sugar
bowl and cutlery Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Pringle, clock Mr. and
Mrs. J Brault, table doilies Miss
Barnhardt, tray and water set
J. Lellau, table set, Mr. Curou
silver biscuit jar Miss Groenier,
groom's present to bride, cheque,
Mr and Mrs. Longpre left on
the afternoon train for Nelson
and other points in East Kootenay and on their return will
make their home in  Marysville.
Will Improve Manchester Canal.
Manchester, England, August 24.—Herbert M. Gibson, the
chief traffic superintendent of
the Manchester Ship Canal Company sailed to-day for America.
This is Mr. Gibson's third visil
to America and lie will visit the
leading ports and cities, as improvements are under way for
increased tonnage iu the New
Orleans-Manchester service and
the Galveston-Manchester service, and there are various mutters awaiting his attention in
connection with the service from
New York, Philadelphia, Boston aud St. Johns, N. S. to Man
Chester. Mr. Gibson will visil
the ship canal office in Toronto,
Out. und spend some time in
Montreal, Que., from which port
there is a direct line to Manchester.
pairs.
Spokane Visitors.
It looks as through the business men's excursion lo British
Columbia may be a big affair
this year. With the largest
crowd Iho chamber has taken on
sucli a trip and the evident cuthu
siastn with which the delegates
will bo received in the towns
they visil, it loi>Us as through it
should be a profitable trip.
tough" that was
today,"—Pernie
M-iet  and  Transact    Business -
Judges Appointed.
Lui...I- Day committee held its
n gular weekly session on Tuesday evenlug. Mr. Billings was
appointed leinporary chairman,
1'ocortls ni last meeting were
then read and adopted,
Correspondence from E. llll"! S  ol   the   Easl    Kootenay
Mills, (Ieo. Wules of Wardner,
I). K. 'iute> ,,i* Wycliffe, T. K.
K.-lly Moyie and F. E, McConnell of Haynes Luke, were read
ami mi motion placed on tile.
Tin- report of the transportation committee was then read
uml adopted. Speeiui train will
eave Sidar al tl a. in. on the
morning of the 3rd, uml visitors
from   Cl'OWS   N'esl    points    will
ue on regular passenger train,
witli specials from Jaffray and
Wardner if needed. The fare
will he one und one third from
ull points wesi nf Pincher Crook
und easl of Sirdar, good on all
trains
The secretary wasinstructed to
secure the Cranbrook Brass
Bund for Labor Bay.
The following gentlemen were
then appointed us judges for the
voral events:-
For parade uml floats-
Cameron, Moyie: D, V.
Fernie; 11. B. Dulmagc,
brook.
For  Horses    Br.   Bell,
brook; R. A. Kimpton, Winder-
mere; J. Grant, Moyie.
Decorations Pred Smythe,
Moyie; S. Speers, Creston: R.
Benedick, Mavook.
Caledonian sports, Horse racing and Indian sports:—J. P.
Pringle, Marysville; A. K.
Leitch, Cranbrook; .1. F. Hutch-
croft, Marysville.
Lumberingevents- J. Henderson, Cranbrook; H. Cameron,
Moyie; D. V. Molt,   Fernie.
lu drilling contest the contesting teams will select their own
judges.
The secretary was instructed
lo correspond with and notify
the judges of their appointment.
Committee Ihen adjourned to
meet ou Monday evening next.
Cranbrook Gets the Cup.
Monday last was the dale set
for the deciding game of lacrosse
between Lethbridge and Cranbrook, Frank being named as
the ground. The day has passed
and as Lethbridge refused to
play on the Frank ground the
game lias gone to Crunbrook by
default, and as a result ('ran
brook is now in possession of
the Levasseur cup.
Hugh
Mott,
Cran-
Cran-
An Open challenge.
The Secretary of the Labor
Bay Committee has received a
communication from Francis
McConnell, secretary of the
Baynes Luke football team,
which challenges any team in
Southeast Kootenay to play a
friendly game on Labor Day.
there goes the
in the mine
Ledger.
King Edward Makes Millions.
The most stupendous speculative triek ever engineered in
wall Street's turbulent history
was successfully put through by
E. H. Harriman, when without
an instant's warning the news
was Hashed into   the   exchange
Baron Lewis.
Married on August Kith, 1000,
at St Paul's church Vancouver,
by the Ven. Edwyn S. W. Pen-
treath, I) D., Archdeacon of
Columbia, Robert Stewart Baron
of Cranbrook, It. 0., oldest son
of Rev. R. B. Huron, of Douglas,
Isle of Man, to Edith, second
daughter of Thomas Lewis,
Esq., of Vancouver,
Adding To Asiatic Squadron.
New York,  August 24.    The
uud through every artery of the squadron of  four  new  armored
To Build Paget Sound Naval Dook.
Washington, D. ('.. August i',1.
—The Bureau of Yards and Docks
is completing the plans for the
only dry dock authorized by
Congress at the late session.
that intended for the navy yard
at Paget Sound. The borings
for the structure are now being
made at the Bremerton establishment, the location of the dock being near tiie present dock. The
plans, whicli have not yet been
approved, as to general diiuen
sion, will be among the largest
in the world. The length of the
dock will be 750 Feel, and lhe
lepth 87 feet. Much interest
attaches to the dock on nccounl
of thcdciimnds likely to be made
upon the structure nnd the yard
shops by returning vessels of
the Pacific and Asiatic stiitioi
The friends of the Mare Island
Navy yard are fearful thai il
means the withdrawal from that
yard of much of the work which
has always gone to Vullogo,
The completion of the big dock
at Bremerton will place the Navy
"yard there on a secure fooling,
and will add greatly lo lhe value
of lhe plant for naval repair
work. Incidentally il will mean
a great boom for I'uget Sound.
Don't forget that Oranbrook
will colebrnto Labor Day.
Lowery's Claim.
Sir—As the powers at Ottawa
have locked my journal out of
the mail sacks. I intend to stop
the Claim in September and hie
me to tlio South in order to chase
the red back to my lily-white
cheeks.
Liberty seems to be dying in
Canada, as il is the only country
on earth thul bus shut my paper
out of the mails.
If I wasa Grit and a giafter
lhis story might never have heen
told,
R. T. Lowery.
Nelson. B. O, August 13, 1906.
Worth Adopting.
Some one connected witll the
management of the Grand Army
encampment in Minneapolis had
un idea Ihal. was Utile short of
un Inspiration, It was simply
along the slreels of the city
during onciimpmonl week benches should he placed, so that any
one who was wearied could sit
down and rest. The benches
were merely leinporary rough
plunk affairs, bul they answered
the purpose as well as the finest
|benches would, and proved lobe
a great convenience lo the thousands of strangers who thronged
tho streets. It is au idea worth
adopting here al Craubrook
during Labor Buy Celebration. THE PROSPECTOR   CRANBROOK ti. C, AUGUST 25, IMS,
L. CLAPP
W   ROLLINS
V.   railway     Al
Will huvu iutorestlng
'time, and it inusl I,.- like an  In
Iterestlng entoriainmoni t<> hear
him  gel  around   those    points.
priu.isHKi:  and  EDITOR,      Those* people who have been told
for vears thai lliu Herald
KSTjVIH.ISIIKII    IhW.
A. B. Grace-,
Professional.
11AKVKY St  McCAKTEK
BARRISTE1IS AND SOLICITORS
CRANBltOOl.,      -      H.C.
Cranbrook, B.C.
■IIS'
Lighted   By  Electricity
-  Heated By Hot Air   —
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
"If a man can paint the hesl picture, preach the best sermon
or make the best mousetrap, though his house be In the wilderness,
tiie world will make a beaten path to his door "    Emerson.
We iln nni paint pictures, preavh
Bermoni or make inouao trui-
OUR SPECIALTY IS MAKING TllK BEST
Blower Piping Exhaust Systems
For Planing Mills
Doing the best SHEET METAL WORK .iml PLUMBING
Rather u prosai oupatlon with mighty little
sentiment  in   ii.  but  it  keopa  u-   humping
Our trade iu these lines has been very successful, which goes
to show that Emerson know what he was talking about.
Give Us a Trial Do It Now
QttpJ U*C00peCt0V.   dopeudont will now look to see I
*     *** r I,,, moans it ull or il ihe organ n
r W. F. CiLIRD
SATURDAY. AUGUST I
llKIll.
'strictly Liberal,
ThcToroiilotllolie is authority
lor Ihe rumor thai llie Dominion
Parliament  will he  called for
business on November :':.'iul uml
thai the session will   likely lusi
uniil June,
aaa
The   Nelson  Dail,\   News re
grets to announce that Hon, Mr
Liberal paper, throughout .lie p,e,ding] |in.uu.,, ,„:i,w„,,. ■„ ,|,e
province are sounding the tocsin | Laurier administration has been
THERE is noticeable unrest
among leaders of the
Provincial Opposition, and lhe
lesser lights ill this districl us
well as the public in general are
interestedly awaiting future
developments.
a     a      a-
and   if  they  can  be   relied  on,
Which we doubt very much, there1
fill
full.
a       ■      a
The Conservatives of tin. ,h
trict are enthusiastic und a  rosy I
view of the party is taken by tho ' .   .
leaders who declare that  In the     „ ls       ,Mo „,.„  Ml.   ,,„,,,,
next provincial election ihe (Jon   ,     m    ,„. ,vlll,,lril hv ;l ,.r,M
SPl'Vatives will curry the countc
unseated oil lhe s,v e of  I'Ori'Vip
i.weaoumverytuiicii. ,he,e  ,,„„,„,„.,,,,,,,,,  .,,„„,,   ,„   ,|„,
'A      "' ' :':    '      '■' s last federal campaign, bul hopes
thai he will In returned once
mure will, u iii.ij.mt j oveil grottl
or than  that  accorded him two
The mosl conclusive evideuc.
er majority, obtained in the sunn
old way,  thai  he got  ins mu
PATMORE BROS.
jority two years ago, und be nn
„    . hi   the seate(i „, thosamoold way
Plumbing, Roofing. Heating and [umber industry, is supplied by
Ventilating Engineers.        the number of'timbor locations r ll DI  Al/llClIT
— being made t M I   L U Y iW L M
Barrister
Solicitor, Etc.
Granbrook
British Columbia
B, H. SHORT & CO.
The Painters, Paperhangers, Etc.
"OUR UROt STOCK
wiiiriPER
IS COMPLETE
Remember we carry the only slock of 1900
papers in Cranbrook.
Sign Painting a Specialty
All kinds of Painting and Decorating
attended to promptly.
AGENCY
". I    It is evident that the McBride
h government will not be blighted        " wUI l'a-v those whu ;"v
*|this   year   by   the   opposition     looking for work to call and
C. H. DUNBAR
11 VUUISTKR, SOLICITOR
mul not un l'l uuiu,
Oranbrook, B C,
<?. H. Thompson
■ vy   IIAIIHIHTHH » snl.lel■roll
•; *w \,iiaii\ in - in.it-
oi I ii IB  RRID   BUIL.DIN0
On iiuk, in
THOM AS    Mc V ITT I B)
P.U.S.  eft  CE.
Port  Steele  B.C.
-frit ■»■>'■_ w-1 ■ t» i >■ i l<i».| «<«>*■<■ ■*" t« >■<■ ■*■'*" >■*
DR, E. W, CONNOLLY
Pliysldan||1"1 Surueon
Ol'l'li'K AlIMS'ritONi;   iVVl-'.
IK.IKs:    ll In II ji.in.   2 In I p.m.
7 to 1 p.in.
Phono nilliv 105    Roaldenno 100
FOUND
Tiie
ON BAKER ST.. (INK DOOR WEST OP
IIII.I. &  CO.    Tlio only pluee I" town
.   iluu ran muke Iiie "unii tlio liviu,..
DO
E. H. SMALL, Manager
Centrally Located
Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
,,     , . -si       When you want  a  good
Headquarters fur mining   v
tiu'ii and old timers. fi   '.,    .   ,
"•   Manitoba.
place to stop come to the
"frost" now  prevailing  iu  this
province.
*    *    *
Jim   McArthur
.... , ,,      . He  C*U   secure   you u job und
Without exception  (.ranbrook:   ,
,, . also lit vou out in
is  the  most   important   City   in
Southeast   Kooteuuy.   and   next
year will have a most important
duty to perform  in  a  political
wuy. und that is the  election  of
a   .Member   to    represent    this
"J riding  in  the  provincial   legis
n Mature, and it   is safe lo assume
Clothes, Shoes,
Hats. Ftc.
Jim Muflrtliur
Hanson Ave.   CRANBROOK, B.C.
i
c,
I
_____ I
P.O. BOX llll     ABMSTKONli AVENUE    PHONE 111   &
0^ «.-%.-«.%-»• ««.««««■•%%.-%%'% «•*•**■■(§ %9*»*>
C. C. C.
jGaioaru Cattle Go.
♦ Fresh and Sa'led Meats
}       Fish and Poultry in Season
* Orders by mail will receive prompl uml careful attcntic
Order by Phone 4-5
iii»i>ii»i»i»^i>i»i a a**a**a ■ a**a »«..*-».--i..»i->..»-->..»..»..-...n..»..tin.itmM»i<i.^'
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Feet
We have this week unloaded a car of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Special Price pm; Tun Lots, Call and see ua before
buying elsewhere.    We also carry a slock of
carnefa's stock and foultry food
Harris Bros.
that    a    Conservative   will   be
elected.
*    *    •
While the world moves we
should move with it: but too
many men get the idea that they
are moving the world.
Some people get so skeptical
that if they were permitted to
reach the pearly gates thev
would want to chip off a piece to
see if it was genuine pearl.
...
It is our opinion that Gabriel
will not have the only trumpet
at the final wind-up of all things.
There will be a lot of opposition
slander mongers who will insist
upon tooting their own horns.
aaa
Wages here are good and there
is not an idle man in the district
from a lack or an opportunity to
work.
• •  •
You do not need to knock the
brains oul of common sense to
improve social and political conditions.
...
Organizer Simpson of tbe
Liberal parly in Ihe Kootenays
must be having an interesting
lime The Conservatives will
havea long rest if he will explain
to the satisfaction of the public
some of the "Grit" doings.
Think of the Preston Bureau.
An artic orgie, or the Saskatchewan land ring. These are
only u few of the topics he may
speak upon Or perhaps he will
deal with Mr, Duncan Boss the
member from Vale-Cariboo and
explain his altitude ill regard to
JOHN BULL
ii particular. That la what make**
him hu**Ii .force in the world. ltta
that Bimio particularity that enahlei
un to oiler you the
Best
Shil'ing Six-Penny Pipe
in the World
ONE HUNDRED SHAPES AND SIZES.
Every Pip. Guaranteed.
SOLD IN CANADA  TOR  35c.
THEY WILL NOT BURN.
rilEV WILL NOT CRACK.
Jual ri'mi-nitirr
"Shield Brand" '
G. P. TISDALE
The Tobacconist
I MUSIC |_
Mrs. Hislop ™Wt*WolH
Special.attention to touch,
technique, phrasing nnd
grading of studies.
For purtleiiliirs apply to ('. K. I told .!;
Co., The Druggists.
CRANBROOK  AERIE 9S7
F. O. E.
FRATERNAL ORDER EAGLES
Moot every Weilue-ility
at S ii.in. iu II.I..K. Iliill
Visiting  Brntliors Cordially   luvltcil
C, Ross Tate, W. Prenliloit
Chas. smith, s.-i-y.
1.,,,,,,l,..,,,VM.n......,.......r.V...V..miv
I Rocky Mountain Chapter
i| NO. 12fi. II. a. M.
1
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give Tou Tour Money's Worth
I LEASK k HENDERSON %
\_\\Z *T1IK
FASHIONABLE TAILORS    |
— Always Up-to-Date — 3
S3
-     -        B.C. i
^aiuinuuaiiaiUimuuiimuliUuiuUiiuuiiuui.UHiH?
£
£
£ Granbrook,
iaiavli'iVq^n^rijWp;^
Regular meetings:—2nd Tiles
'S day   in   ew-li   month   at eight
\ o'clock.
3      Sojourning  Companions   are
3 cordially Invited,
I Wm. F, Tate, Scribe E.
1       Box 4       CRANHROOK, U. C.
\*,*mmimmwm.**,*'mm*
wm'
mh.kftMt
*iimmiiiiiii,ii*iiiiiiiiiim****T'iTiin*i*'«
Tonsorial Parlor
NOTICE.
Take n.itii-i- Uml  thirty iluys ufler
um.-  I  Intend n. apply I" tin- Chlol
I'lllllllli-ailllll-r III   I,lUllla llllll   Wlll-ka    fill-
^^^^^^r-^-^a   a.   a..... ....a.     .aaa....>.«a   ^.aa.^^^ ......
permission to  <-ui   und   earry  away
============j================j=^— . .—   tlmbor (iimi thu following dosurlbod
?^^^^^^^^g^?^^^a^g^g^^^=^ j   Commencing at a past plant ,i the
" *  south nasi cornor of Lot IX1H8, thei	
-.null lu chains, iheneo weat, lilOcliithis.
Hi,-ti.-.-iimili IU ehulns, thonee east IIMI
chains to place of boglnnlng itainlng
(MOaorej, more or less.
Iim.-.1 .lull lllll. IIIOII.
•I'. A. T. I'AI.DWKI.I.. LocaUir
CRANBROOK
HOTEL e-
|Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connection y\
n
Nearesi lo railroad dopot.   Has accommodations   for   the   public   unequalled   in
Oranbrook.
HOGGARTH k ROLLINS    (I
Proprietors a
NOTICE.
Take notlnu Unit thirty days after
ilni.- I in,'ml to apply in the Chief
Cnininlsslonor nf I,iimla nml Works fur
permission   lo   eul   and carry  away
Umber fri he following dosorlheil
lands in I'lusl Kootenay:
Commonelng al it post planted at. tile
south easl "nor uf Lot 'ill-Ill. thoneo
oasl III chuins. llience north IflOelialns,
thei west 40 chains, thoneo south Inn
chains to plu if beginning containing
(HO acres more or loss.
lllll..I July Illli, IIKHI.
Sill ,\, 'I'. CALDWELL, I utor
1
For a Cool nnd Clean Shnvo
Or n Perfect Hair Cut
A Hot or Cold Bath
i,!,,T" Walter B. Laing pKfJ
linker sn i. Crunbrook, ll.C.    :
Till'. Kill>TKNAY CENTRAL HAIL-
WAY COMPANY.
Tin- Annual (lonural Mooting of tlio
sliiireliiihh-rs of the Konlenuy Contrnl
Railway Company will ho hold ut the
II,-nil Ollleo, Cranhrook, ll.C. at II u.tn.
Monday, Soptonihor llrd, IIIOII fm- tlio
election of directors uml for the iriin»-
actioii ol other general business.
Hilled ill I'rilllbrniik, ll.C. tills 110th
duy or July, Iimii.
ill W, A. Maedonald, Secretary
NOTICE
TAKK NoTu-K iluu i lntoml to apply to llio
Clilof CommlHsl i.i l.miila uml Works ror
pormlSHlot) Iiii-iiI nn.l .'.iirv uiviiy Un.In.I- (iiiiii
llu- riilliuvltii, ilnsiirllicil laii.ls mini' Mi-mli.iv
Crook in Simili Mum Kantoitay:
C. I.'N.'IIIK III ji |...al tiliiiilcil ill  tllO  Sillllll
west cor -..I \v. It. Iturviiy's UiiiIht llnoimo
llli-llii- wi-al WI i'liiiiiis, llionco Iiurlli  HI, i-liiilna,
llll'l st HII I'lmliiH. HlonUO  .Olltll   HII i'liiiiiis
ll. llllll'.' ..I ...llllll, IH'l'llll-lll.
Iiuli'it April 18th, cum.
DTK KMMA  IIAIIVKV
NOTICE.
ANCIENT ORDER g FORESTERS
Court Granbrook 8943
MKKTS   L'SII   AN'!>   4TII   T0ESDAYS
IN PATMORE'S HALL
Visiting   brethern   cordially   Invitid
C. I!.,   A. McCOWAN.
Secretary, T. MAltsllAI.I,
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
BY   USING
SEATTLE,  TACOMA
* AND ALL
Pacific  Coast   Points
ST. PAUL, CHICAGO. NEW YORK,
AND
ALL POMS EAST
Palace and Tourist
Sleeperl, Buffbtt
Library Cars, Modern
Day Coaches.
Dining Cars,
MEALS  A   LA   CARTE.
Best  Meals  on  Wheels
2 PAST  TRAINS r\
KAST AND WKST DAILY    at
For [iill particulars, rules,  folder,
etc, call on or address.
s.ii. Y|.'l!KE8,a.W.P.A.,
Scuttle, Wash.
('.  VV,   MAHONI'IV, 0,1'. ft T.A.,
Kpokune.
CRANBROOK
j Bowling Alley |
One of the best and one of the most
popular   recreations   in   Cranbrook
OPEN   FROM   9   A.M.   TO   12   P.M.
R. LASTIRI, Prop.       open for ladies i
Armstrong Ave.      Tuesduy and Priday afternoons  HI
JK(B«M«iM*<l«£Hl«ill«iWiMil«. iWiHIHIWIHiMIMIMir»IKiK
£ 3
i P. Burns & Co. i
tZ Head Office,
C- Culgury, Albertu.
£
£
Kain Office for East Kootenay, __J
Oranbrook, B.C *^_t
Wholesale and Retail 3
£ Meat Merchants 1
•?" •****}
E
^ Dealers in
£
Abattoir and Cold Storage3
Live Stock
iUiitiiiuiuiiUiiiiiiiniaaii^iuinuiiiaauiuiuiaiiiaUuK
at Calgary, Alberta,   zs
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
Headquarters For
Mining Men
R. STEWART
City Scavenger
TAKK NOTICE Hint I lllloml lo ll|i|il)' 10 Ilil
ClllOf I lllllltllaal r uf   l.miila   Dill Wnlks li.i
ItortlllHHlOII In,-ul nml i-iiriy invny t.llill..-i   In.in
iln- fullowliiK iloHorlboil lionli, iii-m- Mni.li.ii
Crook 111 Sillllll Milhl Kniili'lliiy:
CniiiiiionoliiK ill tliu iinriiii-i.at cornor nf wjm.lU(,r )() |1(, ||lp|(t,n awuy, should
il. llHrvoy'H ll.'.'i  iin'i  wesi inn i-liiilna. I
tlionoo north iiii'iiuina. tlionoo i-uai ii'i! olutltiH,  |i.;,.v,
llli'lir.. si.utll lll.-luiliiH lo llnlllt Of riillllll !■-I
Parlies  having   buck  yards,
ind closols to clean, and refuse
i in
rdi'i's with me.
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C.
A. P. CHENETTE, Manager
The abovo hotol has been recently erected, und neatly furnished throughout. The Bar is supplied with the best brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
Geo. R. Lmsk & Co
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
I'Inns, Specifications
and Estimates
il FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
um...I April ISili, iiiiii.
KM.MA IIAIIVKV
l.env .(lora ut llie City I'lerlisullle
or ilmp i, imaliil eunl in H"" 105.
All   kinds   of   building   material
constantly on hand. THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   U 0., AUGUST 25, 1006
SDttH-
STRONC
a^NTOr-K'«/ls«w.*ia;SPEnlY
Purohasa   Price   $3.00 a Month
Allowance Hade For Old Machine
Arnold k Robert
If you have Beauty
WIO Wll.l. TAKK IT
If you   have   none
WE WILL MAKE IT
Prest Photo Go,
Studio.
Picture Framing a Specialty
Baker St. Cranbrook, B.C.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
EXCURSION TRIPS
EAST
$52.10
Winnipeg Port Arthur
si   Paul Dulutli
Sioux City
Kansas City 857.85. St. Louis
$51) iiii.   Chicago $118.00,
On Sale August 7, 8, 11, Sept. 8
in.    Kiu.il limit Oel. Hist.
TORONTO $7625
Oi sale Sept. 8, H, 10. Limit
Nov. 80th.
MILWAUKEE $61.80
On sale August 7, 8, 0. Limit
Oct. 81st.
Through rates all stations
Ontario, Quebec, New York
New England Maritime Provinces on application.
For rates, berth reservations unil
complete information apply to loeal
agents.
E, J. Coylo,  A.li.l'.A.,  Vancouver
J. S. CARTER,   D.P.A.,   Nelson, B.C.
LOi'AL NEWS.
.1. H. >■ niiiliiy of Vancouver
wns In town "niiiliiy.
.1 I lu I ton r of Calgary wns a
Craubrooli visitor Suutlay last
II. F. Burgtlerfer of Nelson
spent Sunday last In Oranbrooli
il. U. White of Edmonton wns
in lh,1 city Sunday last.
A. P Maedonald of Moyie win
In town Monday.
W, Kay of Granby. Que., wus
a Cranbrook visitor Monday.
IJ. Puller was down from
Marysville Monday oii business,
S. H, II. Mncgovern, M.P.P ,
of Vancouver, spent severui
days this week al Cranhrook.
V. .1. McMahon of Moyie was
at Cninbrook Tuesday on business.
W. Greenwood, Spokane, wns
a guest at the Cranhrook Monday.
1). P. Davis of Toronto wns
transacting business at Cranbrook Monday.
The band was out practicing
Monday evening and played a
nice selection of music.
The Fire Brigade are out for
practice almost every evening,
and are doing excellent work.
Thos. Mayeoek came down
from Marysville Monday on
business, returning Tuesday.
M. Shilling, (lus. Theis, and
E, VV. Thrall of Perry Creek
were in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. A. P. Moffatt left for tlio
east Inst Sunday. She will be
absent about six weeks.
li. S. Wright and W. J. Nelson of Nelson were registered at
lhe Cranbrook Monday.
N. Hanson and J. Ewln came
down from Wasa Monday and
after spending several hours
in Cranbrook returned to Wasa
late in tbe afternoon.
Your utteution Is culled to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains ot the "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." "Tho only
perfect trains In the world."
You will Ibid it desirable to ride on
those trains whon goine; to any point ln
the '"'astern States or ('lunula. They
connect with ull Transcontinental
Trains und ull Ticket Agents sell
tickets.
For further Information, pamphlets,
etc, ask uny Ticket Agent or
R h, FOIID, 11. S, HOWE,
Pass. Agent, Gonerul Agent
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled service from
the west to the east ami south. Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago
l.oulsvlllo, Memphis und New Orleans,
und through these points to the fur east
Prospective travelers desiring Information us to the lowest rates und best
routes ure luvited to correspondence
with tho following representatives.
B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent
14'2 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
1. C. l.INUSEY, T. F. & P.A.
142 Third St., Portlund, Oregon
P. II. Thompson, F. X P.A., Room 1
Column Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
W. CRAIG
MASONRY
Steam  Hollers and Furnace Work a
Specialty.
Cost and Stock Estimates
Furnished Upon Application.
P.O. Box 834.   Granbrook, B.C.
3Dhe IMepector
SATURDAY, ATiil'ST '.'ii. limn.
The Joy of Poverty.
Prom Harper's Weekly: It is
common to hear people wish for
great riches, even common to
to hear fairly wise people, who,
having seen something of the
world, shrink from so unworthy
a demand, wish for a few thousands more than they have, fondly believing, against all evidence,
that they can buy therewith freedom from care and things; but
real freedom is poverty. The
best way to avoid the care of
silver and flue dishes and table
napkins is not to have them, and
the lifting of spirit, the buoyancy
of mind that results from even a
temporary release from ownership, ought almost to give us
courage to pray for a yearly conflagration.
The great things in the world,
the necessary and the truly
beautiful, are always 'Tis only
God can be had for Ihe asking
free.   As the poet says:
There is no price set upon ihe
air and sky, space to walk in and
water tobiitho in; tlieopen vision,
theunencumbered mind, these are
the gifts of poverty. Everyone
admits iu a half hearted way
that life is too complex to be
pleasant, but few lake stringent
measure lo relieve themselves of
the complexity. Por things
have power. If we live with
them too much we full unsuspectingly into their power, and as
old age conies over us, unless we
are vigilant and wary, we find
we cannot live without shelter
and blankets and three plentiful
meals a day. Think of all that
person misses in life who has
never known the joys of hunger
and thirst and weariness and
exposure! Pew gifts can rivul
them in benetlcenoe. Thoreau
never needed a fire because when
he got cold  he carried coal  up
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thut sixty
days uftor ditto I intend to upply to the
Commissioner of Lands and Works
Victoria, for permission to pureltase
the following lleserilieil lands:
Commencing; at southeast corner of
Lot. 8001, thence eust SO elmlns, thence
north 40 chuins, thenee west Sll chuins,
thenee south 411 chuins to point ot commencement, Including in ull 820 ueres
more or less.
July 2r,th, num.
30 .1. MoKENNEY
and down stairs till lie pot warm.
The real virtue of riches is tlml
they mill tothepieturesquenessof
life. Millionaires and even semi.
millionaires do a great deal to
wards brightening ihe landsoape
and we ought not only to suffer
them io live, hut to be grateful
to thom, who would willingly
miss tho guy pageant down Fifth
avenue ou n spring nfternooii,
and reduce the beautiful city
with Ils glad decoration of well
dressed people to the gray level
of the willing poor? No; the
world is best constituted as it is,
with all the varieties of people,
and all the varying scales of being and of dressing.
Only let the man not yet doom
ed to being a millionaire realize
that, like lhe purple cow, it is
butler seen than to be one. And
joy, nfter ull, is really and truly
not to be bought with money.
HOI' to be found iu any distant,
corner of the earth, but is, in
deed, as the sages have known
in all ages, the kingdom ot
heaven within.
XTSIssT-a*!***
DHATINB
Cull up the City Transfer
when you want your Furniture, Piano, or Baggage
transferred.
W. E. Worden
Office Phmio fifi.   Sotu ngcnls Hnnk*
U.-si.liM.cp - 135.   hend IliwICnnt.
J. Edgar Davis
#   Bricklayer   A
""Contractor  w
PHONIC 11'.
Piirnace, Boiler, Range and
Pireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stonework undertaken.
Orders leh at J. 0. McBRlDES
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
For Sale
BUSINESS BLOCK
On Armstrong Ave.
Por further information apply
to
J. M. DERR
Boot-Shoe Maker
Armstrong Ave.   SWiSaotei
	
Granbrooi.
7*
.ivera
OBARY A DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVKN thut
altar thirty days I Intend to apply to the
Ohiof Commissioner of Lands and
Works ut Vletorla, II. O., und to the
Deputy-Commissioner of Lunds und
Works ut Cranbrook, II. 0., for u
License to prospect for Coal and I'etro-
loiini lu the following described lands,
situated in .South Must Kootonay, ll.C,
on Alilrldge Creek ulsiut three miles
from the Klk River;
T. It. L. Hurt-is' south rust corner
post. Thenee 80 chains nortli; thence
8(1 chains west; thence SO chains south:
thence 80 chains cast to the place of
beginning, containing 1140 ueres.
Located July 25th, IIKHI. by
A. L. Anderson, Agent.
(leorge H. Llbby's south west corner
post. Thence 80 chuins north: thence
80 chains east; thence 80 chains south:
thence 80 chains wost to the place of
beginning, udjolnlng T. It. L. Harris'
eluim on the Kust, containing (140 acres.
Located July 25th, loon, Isi
A. L. Anderson, Agent.
Henry K. Sorg's north east corner
post, south of and udjolnlng T. It. I,.
Harris'claim, Thonoo 80 chains south j
thence811 ehulns west: thenci. 80 ehulns
north; tlience 80 chains oasl to the place
of beginning, containing Mil acres.
Located..!uly 25th. IIKHI, I'.v
A. L. Anderson, Agent.
Robert Miller's north west cornoi
poat, east of and adjoining Henry P.
Sorg's elnlm. Tlience 80 chains south:
thence HO chains east; thence 80 chains
north: thenee SO chuins west Us the
pluco of beginning, containing (HO
acres.   Looated July 25th, IIKHI, by
34 A. L. Anderson, Agent
fici^if $1,11 PRIZES
Labor Day
CELEBRATION
Kootenay
Steel Ran^e
prates are made
extra heavy and strwy
Keotetw
Range
London- Toronto* Mon rre«l
Winnipeg -Vancouvtr-ShJohn N.B.
Patmore Bros. Sole Agents
IMPORTANT  NOTICE!
Seven Sutherland sisters
Bog to announce to tho ladies uml gentlemen nf Onflhl'OOk uml vli/mity thut
thoy   have   made   utTangomonts   with
C. E. REID & CO.,
j Phone 74 rp^g   DrUggiStS^
I Ami  will  hold   Daily  Demon-
i Bti'tvtions commencing Monday.
9    AUGUST   27TH    9
Regarding treatment of the Hair and Scalp. They
respectfully invite everyone to call and consult with
them. Come and see the Long, Beautiful Hair, grown
by the use of the
Seven    Sutherland    Sisters'    Hair
Grower and Hair and Scalp Cleaner
Canadian Head Office, 11 Colborne Street, Toronto.
J. H. Bailey, Foreign Manager.
NORTH   STAR
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FORT STEELE
BREWING CO,, LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTUHERS and BREWERS of EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812     h
*l     TELEPHONE NO. I     p
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltd.
♦♦♦♦♦«
Wholesale
LIQUORS as CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Galgarv Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. LEBEL tit CO., Hay and Grain.
Granbrook, B.G.
The Committee in charge of
the Labor Day Celebration have
decided to carry out the Celebration Programme within the
Corporate limits of the city.
There will be no admission fee.
Everything will be free. It will
be a grand re-union on the main
street of the visitors and townspeople.
The following programme has
been arranged:
PROGRAMME
THK PARADE,
1*15.00
15 00
15 00
Hesl Merchants Flout	
15.00
Union with largest representation	
25.00
Union with best general appearance 	
25.00
15 00
liesl Draft team	
15.00
15 00
25.00
15 iW
Hose Reel Race, wet test, Harvoy Cup and	
150.00
Hub and Hub race, Silver Trumpet.
First
Second
* 8.00
10,00
20 00
5 00
10 00
10.00
10.00
5.00
Cow boy race, four barrels	
5.00
Indians, wrestling on horse buck	
10.00
5.00
Teepee building contest, for Squaws   	
IO.OO
5.00
30.00
10.00
75.00
15.00
50 00
20.00
85.00
15 00
Drilling contest, open to minors only of Kust
Kootenay	
150.00
25.00
10.00
One half mile foot race	
20.00
10.00
10.00
4.00
10.00
10.00
4.00
High Pole Vault	
4.00
10.00
4 (XI
Hoys race, under 1(1 years	
5.00
2.00
Girls race under 10 years	
5.00
2.00
Union mens race 85 lo 15years I'"' yards	
20.00
10.00
Hoys race, under P > years	
8.00
1,00
8.00
1.00
Shooting contest. Silver C'up.
ONE DAY
No Admission Pee
SPECIAL TRAINS
From East, West and Nortli
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BIZES TllK PROSPECTOR, ORANBROOK   H.C, AUGUST 2;.. I'M!
"°™* #oo****>»»********^*r****#* 91 ©he Uwettcctca*.
No. 1.   Tkln uotloe thM 1 intend to .!»■•  — ^^^_ „ •«■■■■■■■•-,.« ■
TIE STIFF OF UFE
Kootonay District, ll.u.        * ap-      ^|    T *Q   Made  I'lOIll Y
.•ini: ui 11 poai planted uboul ; • |      \\__4 \J *\^J r*%. Ulll   .T 9
oust of Sheep Creek and 2 will. A I *Wa
9
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upply to the < 'hiei Commissioner 01
1.amis anil Works lor u special liconoo
to i'lll uml carry nwitv tinilx-r from the
(o'.lowina described lunils aituutc in
Smith Ka>t Kootonay District, B.C,
1 'ouinii'ii
40   I'llllilla
uIhiui '.'ii ohalns ivosl uf Sheep Creek 1 J_t
Uko and uboul ono mile .1 u~i of J —,,-,   , .m jt-i niti-i
the oastori undary   ol  l.o.   IBM;Id   Hi"''™ FLOUR AND FLOUR
thenoe somli IHO chains, thence cast 40
chains, thonoo north 100 chains, thenoe
west 40 ohalnB to plaoe ol oouimenoe-
moot,
Juno 1st I,. liKlii.
A. II. Ki'invli'k. LocatorIW
Take notice that 1 intend to MR
No.:
apply to the chief Commissioner »f
Lands und Works for u special lloenoe
to oul and curry awuy timber from tho
followlni; desorlbed lands In South Easl
Kootonay:
Commonolng ui u |mat planted on
the west bank of Sheep Creok, ali""t 30
ohalns bolow the mouth   ol   Coyote
Creok, thonoe south 80 ohalns, thenco A
oast so chains, thenee north 80 ohalns,  ^
thenoe woBt 80 ohalns to place ol i-uri-iS
meucement. _\
.Line lsili. 11KM, ' 9
A. 11. Fonwlok, Locator ■   .*. r
No.x   T,ke ,,..ii,- thai I  Intend  to fi  1/UR IJOODS   ARE
apply to the Chluf Commissioner of X /"|||ftpAMTf.pr)
Unds and Works for a si Ial licence J VJUHH-MH I CCU
to cut aud carry away timber In.in the
following dosorlbod lunds in South Kasl
Kootenay:
Commenoing ut a poat plunteil on the
west bunk of tloat Cre.-k. uboul 10
chains from its junetlon  with Coyote
Greek, thenoe west 100 cliuius. thei	
south 40 chuins. thenee cast Hal ehain-.
thence north 40 ehain- of pluee of commencement.
Juno isth. 1000.
A. 11. Fenwick, Locator
No. 4. Take notiee thut I intend le
apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands and WorKsfora special licence
to cut und curry uway timber from the
following describod lands in South Kust
Kootonay:
Commenoing ut u post plunteil ut tli.'
northeast corner of   Licence   No.  -i.
thence north lliu ehains, thei ast 40
ehains, thenee south 100 chains, ihenee
wost 40 chuins lo pla .f  imence-
ment.
June 18th, 111011.
A. II. Fenwick, Locator
No. il. Tuke notice that I intend lo
apply to the Chief Commission.-r of
Lunds und Works for a speeial lloenoe
to cut and carry awuy tlmbor from the
lollowing described lunds in South Easl
Kootenay:
Commonolng at u post planted at the
northeast corner of Licence No. II.
thoneo south SO chuins, thence oust HI)
chains, thenee north HO ehains, thenee
west 80 ohulns lo plu f commencement.
.lunu 18th, 1000.
A. II. Fenwick, Locator
No. 0. Take notice thai I intond to
apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands und Works for u speeiui licence
to cut and carry away ti,niter from the
following lleserilieil luuds ill Soulh Lust
Kootonuy:
Commonolng ut a |mst. planted on the
southern boundary of Liconce No. 5
where suid houndury crosses Coyote
Crock  on   the oust side of the creek,
thence south HII chuins, thom usl  HI)
chains, thenee north HO ehains, thonco
west 80 chuins lo plu f Imglnnlng.
June IHth, WOO.
A. II. Fenwick, Locator
No. 7. Take notiee thai I intend lo
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lunds ami Works for a special liconce
to cut and curry away timlier from I he
following dosorlbod lands In South Fust
Kootenay:
Commenoing at a post, planted ut ihe
southern boundary of Liconce No. 0
where said boundary crosses Coyote
Creek on the east side of the ereek.
thence south 160 ehains. thenee west II)
chains, thenee north KtOchulns, thonco
east 40 chains to plu f unienee-
uient.
.lime 18th, lOOti.
A. II. Fenwick. I ulor
No. 8. Tuke notice thut 1 intend to
upply lo the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a speeial licenci
to eut und curry awuy Unitier from lie
lollowing desorlbed liiml- in South Easl
Kootenay:
Commonolng at a post planted at th,
northeast  eorner  of   Lloei    No.   1..
thenee .-outh 100 i'linin-. thenco east 0
chains, ihenee north 100chains, thenci
wesl 40 chuins to plu. f beginning.
June lsili. 1006,
A. II. F.-iiwi.'k. Looatoi
No. 9. Take notiee lhat I intend ti
apply to the Chief Commissioner o
Lands and Words for a special llcenc,
to eut and carry away timlier from tin.
following desorlbed land.- In South Easl
Kootenay:
Commencing at a |K)st planted at lh.
southwest  corner  of  licence   No-   '-'
thenee soulh HO ehains. Iln :   easl  HO
chains, thence north HII ehains.  thei	
west 80 chains to place of commonoi
ment.
Juno llith. loon.
A. II. Fonwlok, Locate
No. ID. Take notice thai. I Intend I.
apply lo the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for n special licence
lo cut and carry uway timlier from lhe
following dosorlbod hinds in South Fust
Kootonay:
Commencing ut a |«i-t planted on lhe
west   Imnl:   of   Sheep Creek where the
southern boundary of LIcol  No, 0
erosBos ii.  thonoo south   luu  chains,
thenco w.-ai in ehains, llionco nortli 100
ehulns,  Ihenee oast.40 ehains to poinl
of oommoncoinont,
June mtii, 1006,
A. It. Fenwick, Locutor
No. II.   Tuke notiee lluit I Intend to
It must liave occurred to overy {.'mul Itousekoeper lhat  9
We handle tha Hour
made  liy  the  liesl   and most approved process known to
man, from the kernal ul' the  wheat  grown  iu  our great   %,
North West   the hesl in the world. *
It's called Lake of the    J
Woods' Five Roses
t         Since no article how.v.r much it muy excel all others, will satisfy
everybody, and this is us true of Hour as of anything, .■!-.■, luu when 110
.   out ot every hundred who oi try tho 1AMOUB STVH  ROSES  In-
m   -i-t on having it again there must be exceptional tnerll attached to it
9   Don'l   you   think   -..''     When   wo  sell   it   lor  the   wmu price :,-
9   ORDINARY FLOURS don'l ) ink you -holihl use il'.'
\\ i are bus\ catering to ihe 99 and Ii.iihIIc 5 Host
SATURDAY, AOCIUST -'•'. IBM.
barrel
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Dispense with
tne Druiioery
OF WASH DAY
llY   THE   USE   OF   A
Machine Washer
THEY MAKE WASH DAY A PLEASURE
Dozens of pleased customers In our own town
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O.D.McBRIDE*
J Cranbrook, B.C. HARDWARE t
$ 9•.*■ 9 :'♦; 9 *♦:: * ::♦': •» :4:»;^$ <^:&:*^^^
upply to ihe Chlof Commissioner of
Lands und Works for u special licence
to cut und carry uwuy tlmbor from the
following desorlbed lunds In South-Cast
Kooteuuy:
Commencing at a post planted on tho
west bunk of Sheep Creek u short distance north nf whore the limn Creek
Pub trail Btrlkos It, ihenee BOiitli 80
chuins, thenee west 80 ehuin-. thence
north 80 chains, thenee east 80 chuins
to plnee of commencement,
■tunc r.uii. inon.
:iu A. 11. Fonwlok, Locator
a STEWART'S a
The Leading Store
for
Choice Confectionery
r'KK.sH    NUTS
Fancy Oranges and  Bananas
Choice Oganogan Fruit
Hazelwood Ice Cream
STKWAHTH  IIM    i Hi .1 'nl..VI I-.-
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75       ftniistrowj, Ave.
L, COHN
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S Tailor % Importer of I
|      Fine Woolens.      1
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* Crunbrook, B.C.  Armstrong Ave m
* 9
«S*W8asS«SeS«i
m CLINE
(if the I'M Manitoba Harbor Shop
nn now In- fouml In t!i"
Woodsmen   Wanted
Wanted Sawyers, Axe men
und Swampers al Crow's Nesl
Pass Coal Co.'s timber camp,
Wardrop's Siding.
Apply to A. Campbell, Foreman, Wardrop's Siding (near
Spnrwood, B.C, i
MINERAL ALT
IK.mu r i
UKIITIFI. a IK O,  IMI'llOVkllKNIH.
NOTICE.
"aollnth." "Hiimiulto   ' Hnrculaii   " K.i.i
AJiht," "Tcmpcm.1 ...ni   snowdrift" minora
'■liilms. slliiiite ill it..'  Port  St.•.•!<■   Million   In
Vision of Must Kooli'liu.v Dlatrli'l.
Where local.'.I     I in I'VnwI.'k Mountain  no.
iiiiii Hirer.
■I'hIi.'tuu tlml .lum.- A Harvoy l-'roo Mlu
ITV L'urtllli'iili' No, II'MO luctlng ll- ..cent   In,
.liooi'a']'. I.iililluw. "free Minor itCcr'lllcjilo No
MANITOBA HOTEL
'•'it'st Class Work in nil briinchCE
of lhe
Tonsorlal Art
ta***.*****ai*****aS*>aga>ai*as*t
DRAYING
We have been in the business
lur several years, we have the
liesl equipment in B.C. and we
guarantee satisfaction.
About mat Piano
We are the authorized agents
for the removal of Mason St Risch
Pianos, wo can do the work without risk*. Also Household Kur-
niture
PERRY & FITZGERALD
Proprietors of the
Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
"" opposite
iri:. liepoi. Phono63.
I LOCAL NEWS. |
-*-aiaii»*Mumiiiam.iamiiin*'*n*n1""*''
Don't forget that Oranbrook
will eelehiale Labor Day.
L, Viol of Kamloops was in
the eiiy Kriday.
J. liaker of Ellio wus in llie
city Wednesday
Choice I'eni'he- and Plums ul
Stewart's today.
.Iuil,!,'i' Wilson lefl mi Weilnes
day lor Nelson oll business.
Headquarters for school books
Chas Reid A Co
Miss liosotta Cou/uiis of Ward
ner was visiting friends al Ct'lill
brook this week
w ,1 Ogllvie ei Revolstoko
was al Craubrooli Wednesday ou
business.
\V   .1    S,'iml..1- nl SpokllHO   WUS
rogisloroiltil the Cranbrook Weil
nusduj
Mr uml Mis I' I'Vuhii'I, of
I''.ul Sleele were shopping in
Ct'ttubrook* 'I'm s.l.t\
Mr aud Mrs I' A Brady aud
children of Montreal were Cranbrook visitors tins week.
Prepare for School liy par
cbasihg books ai Chits Keid
& Co.
leeii refreshments, Cotno in
and try .iiy Iced Drinks, all
flavors, at the "Palm".
C. P. Mcllardy of Nelson, aud
K W. Simmons of Vancouver
were guests at the Craubrook
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hook-
waiter and Miss Bookwalter of
Marysville were guests ut the
Cosmopolitan  Wednesday.
Chas. Armstrong left on Tuesday on a visit to his old home in
Toronto. He will be away
several months.
Mrs. T. Mayeoek lefl on Monday for Scott Buff on a visit to her
brother B. Pearl Stone. She
expects to return by t Ictober 1st.
The mountain tops in the
main range of the Rockies was
covered with snow Wednesday
morning. This is the lirst snow
fall of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Harvey
returned from the east ou Sunday last. They have been
absent for about six weeks. Mr.
Harvey looks much improved
after his vacation.
One third of a housekeeper's
life is spent in her kitchen. One
half the labor of housekeeping is
at the cook stove. Your range
can double or halve the cooking
slavery of housekeeping. Oot a
"Kootenay" range and take no
chances.—Patmore Bros.
Rev. Chester McRoberls and
Rev. C. W. Coulter, both of London Conference Ontario, are
spending a few days in the city.
They took charge of the service
in the Methodist Church last
Sunday evening.
To Ihe Ladies Two of the
most charming things about it
home is an even-tempered wife
and Pictures on the walls Cran
brook ladies have the lirst and
they can get the latter at
Straight Cost by coining to
Prest's Studo. Come quick for
first choice.
Lost - White Pox Terrier
Hitch, white and yellow on face,
blending to block at ears, extending down right side of neck,
black spot on right side of saddle
like figure 8, and small round
black spot size of silver dollar
on root of tail, answer to name
of Spot. *i>fi reward for her
return to D. McLean, Cranbrook,
ti. 0.
NOTICE.
Iborobyijlvo llotioo Uml Sixty liaya nflor
duto, I lntoml lo upply to tlio Commlsslonor ol
LhihIs uml Work, n.r pormtHBton lo nurolitiau
till-following il.'s.-i-llie.l pious of lutiilj tlogll,
i.l UK in a poal pliuitttll on lliii Kaal li-nli ol tin-
Kootonay rlvor ul a point wlioro tlio wost
lioiiinliiry ol loi No. :.s inti.i-si.cts tliu rlVir
near tlm itorthwoit enrner of lot lis llionco foi-
lowing Iln- Kaat lunik of Kooti.lmy rlvor III i.
westerly, KOlltllorly mul oiialorly iliro.tloii to
Wlioro llu- west lioiiinliiry of lot Its InturHOOO,
Iln- Kootonay river llliur lhe aoiilliivesl eoim-i-
nf lot No. .'mil. I, eoiiliilnlni, CIO iieies moro or
Mil..
ill. -ll, I
i  In
 iiy i
i in
no
li.- Mlnlni- ll.-eorili-r for ii Ceriltl.
iivi-iiieiila. [or Un- purpose ..l ol,.
...vu Drum ot
.rl.  i,I  tie nine
lllitiltm
olaltnn.
Anil funli.-i  tali' notiee that action, 0
seetloii :l,", OI.I-.1 I Intiien I liofflro llie .
an. e of siii-li I e.tillenle 'if llli|.oiveti..-nls.
Illlli'il Ihl-.-.altli .lav of .1  till.;
27 .1   A   IIAII' IA
]). J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
fiood Work al
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
Head
SpHttiHg
When you got u jt«hh1 old-
fushi'int'ii ttottduohe that mukofi
your |it-uil thi'oh; uml your oyes
whirl uml makes you .sick to
mum' aUomuol) try
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
They I'au'l hurt you and   Ihey
stop any hoadaoho.
One Dozen In a Box 25ii.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
Don'l forgot thai Cranbrook
« ill .yli'lu'iile Labor Day.
Mr  uud Mrs.   II.   Ilui'kle  left
l.'r'uliiy on a visit lo Spokane
lllll'1'y I trad Innl of WyelilVe
wis in town Wodnosday,
lien.  I.lllll'ie of Ol'OStOll  Wits ill
lhe iilv Wednesday.
Tito Seven Sutherland Sisters
II,ur Ton la ill I'lias Keid A Co.
iiii  ii)  Stewarts  fur   choice
I Illiniums und oranges.
Thos. Caven lefl on Friday
for Cnlgary in visit  his mother
Willi  I:-  ill
Dr. S. K. Harvle of Moyie was
nl Cnmbrook Thursday on  pit
lessiinial business.
Editor Fred. Smyth of the
Moyie Leader is sick at the St.
Eugene hospital this week.
W. E. Davidson and ,T. M.
Donavan of Toronto were registered at the Cranbrook Thursday.
C. A. Williams of Vancouver,
and P. C. Winkler of Nelson
were registered at the Cranbrook
Thursday.
A poor range adds worry as
well as work, and worry multi
plies the housekeeper's care
Get a "Kootenay" Range that
reduces the work and eliminates
the worry.—Patmore Bros.
Mrs. Nobles and family left for
Edmonton. Mr. Nobles went
there about two weeks ago, they
will reside in the future in that
city. They will be missed in this
city. Mr. Nobles was in the employ of the King Lumber Co; Mrs.
Nobles was a prominent worker
in the W. C. T. U. and in all
charitable institutions she was
always found where she had
opportunity for doing good to
those in need. Her large circle
of friends will be sorry that she
has gone. Many wore al the
station to say good bye, and
wish for Mrs. Nobles many
friends and a happy life in her
future home.
IJlUOll IMal Annual   IWHI,
N. HANSON.
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in.I W.u
NOTICE.
Unit 110 llayH nfter 'lull' I lllloinl
ei'hlel I'oiinnisalom'i' uf l.ionis
>. IUINIIIhsIOH Io piirellliso tile ful-
IIM lleserilieil Infill 111 Soulh l-liisf Ki.oletiiiy
uiou-neliii: ntii Jinst iilatile.l at tile north*
 -tier of l.ol Tin. llroii|i I. iiisHlilillHirlet
 uai HO elialtis. Ilielme north llll elniins.
ee Wesl HU I'llllillS. llu niltll IW i'llllllia
e  plnee or eoiiinielieelnelll mill eolilliinltie,
I UUI HITI's.
Ililsl llllll. IIHHI.
I'KT llll Wm 11 IS
NOTICE.
No.l. Tuke notice tlml we llie undetalgned
lntoml lo apply to the Chief Commiaaloner ol
hamls nml Works for a special lleeuco to cut
uml earry away timber from the following de-
serllieil limits slluute It, Southeast Kootenay
district. H. C.
Couilneuolng at tlm north weat corner of K
Utile's No. 1 lice  theuce north   UUI chains,
thonoo east 40 climna. thence south It'al chuins.
tlionoo wout 40 chains to place of commence,
moot, containing IVIO acres.
A. II. 11 race Locator.
llnlel .Inly Slnl. UHHI.
No.'.'. Commonolng 80 ehaina aouth ofA.U
(I races sonthweat corner thence south IflO
chalna, thonoo weat 40 chains, ihonoo north ino
chains, thenco east III eluilus to place ol commencement containing i'lll acres.
A. Hale Locator,
Dated .Inly fflrd. IIHHI.
No. il. Commonolng ut Uie northeaat corner
of A. II. Unices No. I locution, thenee easl Ml
chlllllH, thenee noitli KOchiihis, thence west HO
ehnlns Unmet, soulh BOollufm, to pluee of cm
mellecmclit. containing i'.4l> ueres.
A. II. 11 race Locator.
Iluui.l July mini. 10011,
No. 1 Oommenolng ul the southwest corner
of A. II. uracoH No. 2 location, thonoo HU ehulns
north, thonoo 80 clialna weal, theuee Ml chains
aouth. ihenee so ehaina easl to place ol eum-
moticcmout, containing run acres.
A. Hale Locutor.
UatodJulylMrd, inon.
No. I. Commcnclnc ut the nortli wesi corner
ol A. 11. Unices No. il location ihem-e wesl Ho
eluilus, tbence south HU elmhis. tlience east HO
elmlns. thence nortli ail chains to place of coin
mcncoinciil cnntulnlng 040 ueres.
A. Ilule Locutor.
liuteil July Stlrd, UHHI.
No. j.. Commencing ut u poat murked A.
Holes No. I license, Hilunlcd about Iwo miles
south of Skoiikiiiueliilck river, nnd about throe
miles west ol lot 110:1:1. tlience soiitli llio chains,
theuee 0.1st III chuins, thenee nortli lito chuins,
tbeneo west 10 ehaliiH lo pluco of Commence*
ment containing mo ueres.
A. Ilulen Locutor.
Dated July sard, MM
No. it. CiiinmclicluK lit llie northeaat corner
III A. Hull's No. 1 local!  tin.,  south 1110
i'llllllia. thence dial III I'llllillS, thence 11.11 It, Ilk)
elniins, thonee weal liiehalns 10 plnee of com*
iiicocciiiciii, containing mo ooroa.
A. Hale Locator.
limed .lulyimrd, 1000.
No. 7. eiinioieiieln'.'ul Hie oorlliwi'Hl corner
of A Itnloa Nu. li location, thence nouth P',11
eluiius, IholICO oil.! II) Chilian, theuce north IHU
eluilus. tliiuieo west III chains tu pluee ol com.
Ilieiiei'llieilt. OOlltUllllllg HIO seies.
A. Hall- Locator,
Ilui,,I July Slnl. IIHHI,
Nn. H.   Coltllliulielllg III Hm liiirthcnst corner
01 A. Hales No. r. location, thou .nsisti < luiins.
llionco HOtttll Sll ehul'iH, llience west HO ChalnH,
tllOIICO tu.till HI)eluilus to plaoo ol ci.miiieuce-
nteiit, containing mn neres.
A. lllllil Liient,
Killed July Slrd, UHHI.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO
II. K. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Ass,. Gen'l Manager
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA. AND IN
THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND
BANKING  BY  MAIL
Business may bo transacted by mail with any branch
of the Bank. Accounts may be opened, and deposits
mat.e or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid
to out-oi'-tow u accounts.
HALF    THE   PEOPLE    HAVE
DEFECTIVE SIGHT
How is yours? If you have never had
it tested you cannot tell, but a call at our
optical parlor will satisfy you. We do
not make a charge for examination.
. F. Tate k Son
Jewelers and Opticians
OlhYial Watch Inspectors torCP.R. Crow'e Nest,
pa88 Division.
G. T. ROGERS.
Fresh Fruits
We Receive Daily Fresh Consignments
uf   Fruit   for   Table   and   Preserving
Plums, per crate #1.25 Pears, per lb    $ 12$
Plums, per lb      10 Tomatoes, per lb        12J
Peaches, per lb      15 Cantelopes 10c. and 12£c.
Apples, per lb       5 Melons, each, 50c, 60c. and 75c
Apples, per lb       0 Crab Apples, per lb         10
Pears, per lb      10
G. T. ROGERS
Fancy and Staple GROCERIES and CROCKERY
MITTS, GLOVES, BOOTS and SHOES
Cranbrook,
B.C.
■HI>HHIl».I]*lH!W!*i)*i)*IMI*^^
A   SUIT
TUTS OIFFERENTi
.j. We are now ready to show our patrons
£ the finest line of Men's Suits in
" Fit Reform Clothing"
We have ever had the privilege
of offering our trade
The man who wants a suit thats different
from the cut and dried styles that greet him
at every turn will do well to com j here and
f see what we have to offer.
our Suits Are Different
[■]      Tlicy are made by Skilled Tailors the
ii best in flic trade.
,jj. If you want to get away from the common *■*
T        sort of Ready-to-wear Suits come here for yours       I.
I REID St CO.
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