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CRANBROOK, B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 19O0.
No. 88.
INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACE
Will    Race    Today    For
Canadian  Cup
the
Rochester, N Y . August 12.
The tilth series of races lor Ihe
i anadian Cap whieh is at pres
, i.i held by the Rochester Yacht
Club will begin today on Lake
Ontario, oil tha harbor of
Charlotte, This is tbe greatest
yachting event on the great
lakes and bus drawn tbe largesi
number of yachtsmen from all
parts nf the country to this city,
Everything Is In readiness for
the first race to be called this
afternoon and excitement over
tn iming contest runs high,
The Canadian Cup was lirst
offered by the Toledo Yacht Club
,M i-.,ii,, The Royal Canadian
Vnchi Club challenged for it,
with il"' PI fa designed sloop
Canada She won it from the
Chicago yacht Veneedor, at
Toledo, bul in 1ft '-• the cup re-
turned to the United States, the
35 fool yacht Genesee, from
Rochester, representing the
Chicago Yacht Club, defeated
ihe Beaver, representing the
Royal Canadian Yacht Club, in
1001 the Canadian yacht Invader
defeated the Cadillac of Detroit,
winning back ihe cup. Lasl
year Ihelrondequolt, a forty foot
yacht, representing the Rochester Yacht Club, won back the
trophy by defeating the Royal
Canadian Yacht club's defender
Strathcona.
Under ihe rules ol the cup
race the victorious yacht must
win three out ol five races. At
the races for the cup, beginning
this afternoon, the yacht
Iroquois, a Herreshotf boat, will
t.c the defender, while F.
Nlcholl's 'lVmeraire bag been
selooted challenger by the Royal
Canadian Yacht Club, The
Temeralre was designed by F.vffo
the Scotch expert. The designer
will be on board during the race
The   Iroquois  will  be sailed by
Captain Lorle G. Mabbett.
The Iroquois is fitted with jib
and slay sail instead of the two-
piece standing canvas customary
of craft of that kind. Her Im-
mouse forward triangle made
possible by the long bowsprit
gives her n big advantage In the
size of her spinnaker, the base
of which is 23 feet ll inches.
ini; took place at Mr. McCulluin's
residence Tuesday evening to
bid good by to tlu> Rev Mr.
Luodlo who occupied the pulpit
ul the I'ri'sbyteriiiii Church during  the lasl  two months.      Mr.
I.uiuiii' is able, clear and original
and all ins sermons were marked
by ability and earnestness His
Stay in Kimx Church was highly
appreciated by those who had
the privilege of bearing him.
Mr. I,midie left for Kelowna
Wednesday where be will remain
for a lew weeks. A vote of
ilianks was tendered to Mr. and
Mrs McCallum for the hospitable way tho reception was
given. Ai t lie close all joined
in singing that parting hymn
"Auld Lang Syne".
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
Sni.'iiil Gatherings
\: iiu- residence ol Mr. and  Mrs, V.
II;.I- Baker
A very fine time was spent
last Tuesday afternoon at a garden party given by MrF. V. Hyde
linker at her residence on the
kill The feature of the afternoon was a flower show, which
I was held in a large tent, The
entries were numerous, and
| ihere were four classes.
1st.—The best put   plant,  was
won by Dr. P. K. King.
2nd, - The best collection of
Iporenlals, was won by Mrs.T. T.
I McVittie of Fort Steele.
;ii'il—The  best   collection  of
:iiinmils., was won by Dr. J, H.
1 King.
1th,—The  best  collection  of
sweet pens, was won by Mrs. A.
|»'. McVittie.
Refreshments was  served  in
cuts,  on the verandah and  iu
| ihe house.
The judges were Mrs. Shedden
|iiinl Mrs. Hutchison.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Pred
Simpson.
Mr   and Mrs. Fred Simpson
entertained a number of friends
■nt   a   card   parly   on   Monday
'•veiling. Among those present
Iwero: Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Tale,
[Mrs. Erickson, the MissesLnitch
■the Misses Taanhauser. Miss
I'himieson, Miss Moffatt, Miss
■Richards, and Miss Hansen.
IMessrs Moffatt Tate, Atchison,
] Latch, Patterson, Bradley and
iMcSweyn,   A  good   time was
enjoyed by all.
At tlm residence ol Mr. MoOslhim.
A very pleasant social gather-
Of Interest to Those Engaged in
the Development of the
Mining Industry.
Ai   present  there  Is a good
demand for copper and lead, and
it is the impression of western
mining men that the market will
continue Stiff during the remain
iler ,if the current year.
The annual assessment work
is now lining dune ou a large
number of mining properties in
the districl.
A better reeling now prevails
among the stockholders of the
Sullivan mine, as a result of the
success of the Marysville smelter.
A number of men went up to
the St. Mary's river country Monday to work on several mining
properties In ihal neighborhood.
A number of Fernie business
men have located a large number
of coal claims on the head of Elk
river.
John lJ. Larsen with a small
force is engaged In developing
Ihe Tiger Poorman group of
claims which are situated on the
north fork of Wild Horse creek.
The supply of coke from the
Crow's Nest collieries is now
sufficient to enable every smeller
in the Kootenay* lo extend operations on an extensive scale.
Hank Eller who returned from
Perry crook last week reports a
big find Of gold quarts. He
brought in some fine specimens
which contained gold.
The advance In lead and comparatively high prices are creating great interest in the silver-
lead  districts of the Kootenay.
It is seen in the papers every
day where some person who
knows what the conditions are
and who know how lo advise in
the matter of investments are
advising young men to go to
Southeast Kootenay.
Cranbrook will Celebrate
Labor Day, Monday Sept. 4th.
MINING AT ST. MARY'S LAKE
A   Copper Bonanza   Now  Being
During the past two months
development work on the Uncle
Sam and High Peak mineral
claims has been progressing
steadily, and the showing of ore
in the tunnels is very encouraging.
This group of claims is situated north of St. Mary's Lake
and is owned by Kriss Kohl of
Kalispoll, Mont., who has been
in charge of the work. The vein
outcrops on the surface and has
a width of li feet. No. 1 tunnel
has been run 100 feet on the oro
body, and has a depth of 90 feet,
and Ihe estimated value is from
eleven to thirty eight per ceut
copper
No. - tunnel is now in 3)0
feet, a crosscut run at this point
shows the vein to still hold its
width of 12 feet, the ore slightly
increasing in the average of its
copper values
Cranbrook will Celebrate
Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.
LOCM. NEWS.
D J. Elmer uf Movie was in
lown Friday,
Bayard Btaplea, Bayard, B.C..
was in town Friday.
11. Hyers, Nelson, was a guest
at the Cranbrook Thursday
Win. Walsh, Fort Steele, was
in tiie City on bisiness
V. Hyde Baker was at Crow's
Nest Landing this week.
Just received, a car load of
tine oats,   Harris Bros,
E. J. Cann of Port Steele was
in town this   week.
Dr llanic. Movie, was in the
city Tuesday.
A. C. Fleishman, Vancouver.
Was iu town  Friday.
A. Clii-nelte. Marysville. was
in town Thursday.
J. H. Brownlee, Montreal, was
a guest at the Cranbrook Friday
I. H. Hunter, Pincher Creek,
was in town Friday
W. J. Tiinlick of Ferine was |rj
town Friday on business.
Mrs. J, Anderson, aud children, Calgary were registered at
the Cosmopolitan Friday.
The lrial of James 11 ill for
embezzlement bus been trans
feired from Fernie to Nelson.
F. Becker,   Bayard, returned
from a business trip to Calgary
on Friday.
J. liaies and F. Dickenson
were at St. Mary's lake Friday
on a fishing trip.
.1. Pringle, manager of the
Spokane Junction hotel, was in
town Thursday.
N. C. McKinstry. Marysville,
was a Cranbrook visitor Thursday,
Doc. Bell went to Spokane
I unci ion Friday on official busi
ness.
You need your picture—Come
and see our sepia work. Prest's
Studio.
W. E. Fowler, Montreal, and
O. H. Eaton of Winnipeg, were
in the city Thursday.
I. C. Carruthers, representing
Turner, Beeton & Co., Nelson,
was In town Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. A. Agnew left on
Friday for Elko where they will
reside.
il. F. Pownall of Fish Lake
was   in Cranbrook   Friday   on
business.
Oats! Oat!! Just unloading a
carload of oats. Harris Bros.,
Armstrong Ave,
Several families have taken up
their residence ut Cranbrook during the past two weeks.
Crops all over Southeast
Kootenay are looking extraordinary well
Southeast Kootenay Is a
mineral district in which gold,
silver, lead and copper are found
in paying quantities.
Mrs. de Vere Hunt, who has
been visiting nt the coast for the
past five weeks returned to
Cranbrook on Saturday last
Do your eyes tire  easily, or
burn, if so you   need glasses
consullation free at W. F.Tate St
Son, Graduate Opticians.
School holidays have been ex
tended until August 21st. in all
parts of the Province east of the
Cascade range.
L. C. Beckwith, advance agent
for Cozad's animal show was in
town making arrangements for
an exhibition on August 18.
Fred Smythe Editor of the
Moyie Leader was in town Monday, and called at the Pkospec
tok office.
Monday was the hottest day ot
the summer so far, the mercury
climbing to M In the shade during the afternoon.
W R. Wilson, manager of the
Imperial Coal and. Coking Co.,
was iu Cranbrook on company
business Thursday
J. Robinson, Nelson, H. \V.
Krous. Cowley, J. Aldwell, St
Paul, were guest at the Royal
Monday.
The CPU is pulling in new
ties on the Crow's Nest branch iu
ilus vicinity and reballistiug the
roadbed.
Do you suffer from Irontal
headache? if so, glasses will help
you —W.K.Tate 4 Son, Graduate
Opticians.
Senator Turner, Barney Lay-
ton and party returned from
Kimberley Thursday and immediately left for Spokane.
Tin-Cranbrook Water Works
Co. placed a new hydrant, for
fire purposes, on Hanson Ave.
Thursday.
We have a full line of views of
the Perry creek hydraulic placer
mines, call and se" them. Prest
Studio.
Mr. R. H. Janiiesou, representing a teahouse, is on his
usual round from Victoria and is
slaying at the Metropolitan.
D. R. Avers of Moyie, was at
Cranbrook Wednesday, having
his hand repaired which was injured while at practice with a
hose reel.
.1 K. Pollock, U.S. Vice-
Coiisel at Fernie. aud Al Mutz,
manager of the Fort Steele
Brewing Co. at Fernie were at
Cranbrook Friday.
Mrs. S .1 Mighton received a
telegram on Thursday, stating
that her father. Mr. D. Maefar
line of Toronto, died on Wednesday night.
Kris Kohl and Frank Williams
were at Cranbrook Friday.
They have been developing a
copper property near St. Mary's
Lake.
LABOR DAT CELEBRATION
Admission   to  Grounds—Sale of
Booths—Speoial Train Service
It has been decided by the
"Labor Day'' celebration committee to charge a fee of 115,00
for the privilege of selling cigars
soft drinks, ice cream, etc.. ou
tho grounds on Labor Day, and
to sell the booth now erected on
the grounds by sealed bids.
Therefore sealed bids will be
received by the undersigned,
until 4 p.m. August 8$, IMS for
rent of booth ou grounds for
Labor Day.
H. W. WniTK. Sec.
I.A1IOK   HAY   ADMISSION.
Admission lo grounds, men
50c-   Boys over 8 and under 16,
•J'ic     Admission to grand stand
25c.    Ladles and children free.
No entrance fee will be
charged for any event.
H. WHITE, Secretary
J. S. Carter, C.P.R. districl
passenger agent was in town
Friday, and to a representative
of the fROSPKOTOR said: "That
all the arrangements with the
committee for special train service had been arranged. That a
rate of a fare and a third, from
Feruio, Creston, Kimberley and
Intermediate points would be
given. Tickets can be secured on
September 8rd and 4th, good to
return on September 5th".
A special train will leave Ryan
at 7:80 a.m.,-fare 11.95: Moyie,
8:16, fare $1.10; arriving at
Cranbrook at 11:110 a.m.. and
leaving Cninbrook at 0 p.m. for
the return trip.
From the east people will come
on the regular train arriving in
Cranbrook at 10:10 a.m., and if
there is a big crowd a special
will take them back that evening
These arrangements will give
everyone an opportunity to get
to Cranbrook for the day and return home at a reasonable hour.
to prairie chicken, grouse, ducks
'and geese, The season will open
September. 1st. The penally
; for a non compliance before that
I date is *:." and costs.
Does the type blurt
if   so.
, .. iu reading
you   need   glasses—wo
if so. you need glasses — we
guarantee satisfaction and ease,
W.F.Tate St Sou,Graduate Opticians.
W. J. Goepelt, inspector of
provincial offices arrived at
Cranbrook Thursday. He left
on the Windermere stage Friday
for Golden.
Hubert Haines, manager of a
branch of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce at Treherno, Man.
arrived at Cranbrook Monday to
join Mrs. Haines who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0.
Nelson for the past month.
Tom Wellmtin of Vancouver
was a guest at the Cranbrook
Thursday. Mr. Wellniati is an
old time resilient of Cranbrook,
and was quite busy Thursday
shaking hands with his many
friends.
James Greer, who has been
visiting the Northwest Territories for the past month returned to Cranbrook Thursday.
Mr. Greer says that Cranbrook
as a business city is equal lo the
best.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Walker who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Reid for Ihe past week
left on Wednesday for Victoria.
They will visit San Francisco,
Portland and other coast cities,
returning via the Grand Cauyon
to their home in Rhineland, Wis.
In the Methodist church next
Sunday evening the pastor will
take for his subject "A great
politician." This is the third in
the series of character sketches
and all are invited to take part.
The service will be suitable for
Ihe warm summer evenings.
East Kootenay Licenses.
The East Kootenay coal and
petroleum license ease, known as
Baker and others versus Smart,
recently decided by Mr. justice
Martin, and in which it was held
that tho chief commissioner of
lands and works had no power
to issue the special form of
license used, has been appealed
and will come up for hearing at
the next alttinga ot the fall
court, j
Celebration Committee.
There will be an important
meeting of the Labor Day Cele
bration Saturday evening ut the
Herald office at 8 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired.     *
H. White, 8eo'y,
IMPORTANT  STRIKE
A Prospeotor Unoovers a Thirty
Foot Ledge
Mr. M. Phillips, of Elko, has
just uucovered a now ledge
measuring 80 feet in width on
one of his mineral claims located
near his old ranch now owned by
Geo. Scott.
There is u six fool vein of tine
looking copper ore in this ledge,
samples of which Mr. John Molt
handed to our reporter, and
which can be seen at the offlei
of Molt. Son A Co. Good judges
think that this ore will run at
least #100.00 in value per ton.
Mr Phillips is arranging lo ship
a few hundred pounds of his oro
to the Trail smeller in order to
get a smelter test. This is an Important find not only for the
lucky owner but to overy body
iu East Kootenay.--Fernie
Ledger.
The St. Eugene Mine
The July returns from the
Trail smelter show thai 8,880,090
pounds of ore produced 1,798,855
lbs. of lead. Of this amount the
St. Eugene mine furnished
1,708,825 lbs., of concentrates
which produced 1,000,072 lbs. of
lead. From the foregoing figures it will be seen that the big
silver-lead mine of Southeast
Kootenay produced 75 per cent
of the lead product of the ore
smelted at Trail,
Gams Uf        *'
Stringent  II
beon last
wantons to I
Extends School Vacation.
Victoria. Aug. 'J —The announcement was made by the department of education today that
the school vacation for all Hritis.li
Columbia districts   east   of   the
oast range had been extended
from the 14th to the -1st instant
This applies to the schools
from and including that of Hoi>e.
The     schools     of     Vancouver
Bland and the lower tmiiulaud
will  open on the original date.
he i it li Instant.
MINING AT KIMBERLEY
Sullivan   Output   140  Tons
Silver Lead Ore Daily.
of
Reports from the Sullivan are
that 10 'a 50 men arc engaged in
mining and that the daily output
is about 140 Ions.
Senator Turner and Harney
Layton were here on Wednesday
aud Visited the Sullivan group
ol mines They were much
pleased Willi the ilevelopmetr
now going on at the mine.
Ten men are engaged iu developing the Stemwiiuler claim,
which is owned by Mann .4 Mc
Kenzie.
Six men are doing prospecting work on the North Star
mine.
Among The Craft
Rocky Mountain Chapter, R
A, M., held their regular monthly convocation in  Masonic  Hall
on Tuesday  evening.
Cranbrook Lodge. A.F.AA.M.
will hold lis regular monthly
meeting at Masonic Hall on
Thursday evening August, 17.
Visiting brethren ure cordially
invited io attend.
LAUNCHED TODAY
Will Visit Cranbrook
A large party of Canadian
Pacific officers will visit Cranbrook next Monday. Among the
party are Robert Kerr, Passenger Traffic Manager; W. R. Mo-
tones, Freight Traffic Manager;
F. W. Peters, Assistant Freight
Tronic Manager; and C. P. Me-
Pherson. General Passenger
Traffic Manager. The party
will arrive at Cranbrook about
io o'clock Monday,
.1. E. Dickson, representing P.
Hums & Co., was at Moyie
Tuesday ou business. Mr. Dickson was accompauied by Mrs.
Dickson
A slight tire in theCrow's Nesl
railway Station, caused by elec
trie light wires, brought nut the
tire brigade on Friday evening
lasl. A second alarm, causeil by
a bush fire on Ihe hill, gave the
brigade another run later In the
evening.
Senator Templeman  arrived
al Cranbrook Tuesday evening,
coming from Fernie on Hie local
train. On Wednesday morning
the Senator called upon a number of citizens, and left on tho
afternoon train for Nelson. His
visit to Cranbrook, il is said, has
no political reference.
The tinning stuff at. .1 D.
Mc.Hride's have just completed
ill Ryan for the East Kootenay
Lumber Co., one of tbe largest
bloWerS ever pul in, in Southeast
Kootenay.    The pipe line is over
500 feet in length, consuming
4,000 lbs,, of 80 gunge galvanized sheet iron, Mr. MoBrtde
has another large contract from
the Mayook LumbW Co , which
will consume about one tnu of
iron.
The Rev. T. Albert Moore,
Associated Secretary of the
Lord's Day Alliance, wiH be in
CfWhroolt «B Tuesday.JbB 15th
August and will address a public
Ir.
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Big  OS. Battleship  Kansas  At
Camden. N.J
Camden, N.J , August 12 —
The uew I'uited Status buttle
ship Kansas will lie launched at
the yards of ihe New York Shipbuilding Company this afternoon
Everything is ready for the
event and it promises to lie one
of the most brilliant launching.*
ever witnessed in this city.
Governor Hoch of Kansas, Miss
Aiinatidoch, his youngest
daughter and his entire stuff, as
well us a large delegation of
state officials and prominent
citizens of the Sunflower state
arrived here this morning by
special train, lo attend tho
launching of the new battleship.
Miss Koch will perform the ceremony of baptizing the big ironclad.'
Nearly all tho naval officers
connected with the League
Island Navy Yard and many of
those connected with the navy
department in Washington will
attend the ceremony and there
will also be a largo contingent
of visitors from Now York,
Philadelphia and other cities on
the Atlantic const. Governor
Booh would have preferred the
use of waler for christening the
new battleship, but the uavtil
authorities demurred and tho
Governor yielded tho point.
Miss lloch will follow tho precedent by breaking u bottle of
champagne against the bow of
the ship at the moment when it
slides into the water.
The keel of the Kansas was
laid on February 1, 1004. The
Kansas is a sister ship to the
Vermont) now building at Quinoy
Mass , and will have sntno anna
menl as the Minnesota, launched
at Newport News a few mouths
ago and as ihe Connecticut, The
measurements of the uew battle
ship are us follows: Length
over all, lad feet I inclms; length
between perpendloulars, 450
feel; extreme beam to moulding.
70 feet ',\\ inches; extreme beam
to outside of armor, 70 feet 10
inches. Trial displacement.
10,000 tons. The warship will be
heavily armored, and her battery
will be formidable, the main one
consisting of four twelve inch,
eight eight inch and twelve
seven inch guns, while the
secondary battery will be twenty
three inch, twelve throe pounders, semi-automatics; six one-
pounder automatics, two machine guns of thirty caliber and
six automatic guns of thirty
calibre. She will be fitted with
twin screws and will be required
tu steam eighteen knots an hour
She will have accommodations
for son officers and men
Begins Lacrosse Team Cuming;
Malinger    McSw.ni    ,>r   the
Cranbrook    Ucn><se   Vmm   has
completed nrtMtjeimMi where
by Cranbrook wi. piny Regina
team on We.: s, , v.ignsl 10th
The Regina NMI an touring the
west and  « I     :.l   Nelson,
Rossland and coast cities.
At Tha St Rnsene.
Krt,n>     '-   „-,> <■   -,,»a.l>',
The July shipments from the
S; Kugvne mine amount to 2700
tuns of concentrates. \\\ of which
went to the Nelson ami Trail
smelters
Next Thursday will be payday
at the mine ami 128,000 will he
disbursed.
The new oom pressor H
running steadily and four more
machines have been -tiMcil The
uew machine drills will not be
here for three wuoUs or a month
yet. Some changes have to be
ttiwn before tliey urn
m the foundry at
8hert>rook,^ue.
1'WjLato Shore shaft is to be
put <HS| tapher 100 feet, jnd
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THE  HEAT KEEPS UP  AND
sn DOES VOI I! THIRST
How arc these for thirst quenchers:
Iced G.T.R. Tea
Montseratt   Lime   Juice
Buttons Raspberry Vinegar
These are the hesl known anil   must   popular drinks made.
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greatness of Southeast Kooteuny
is   !,, pn| yoni' shoulder lo the
wheel    The mountains are Full ihltijfi. niv now
of wealth,   hut   ilu-v   will   not
yield it up without nn effort "ti
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., i.     i. • tUtloti  "i  in.,  niuciiu*  llnlnu  ol tin   A
■ •!• i.-cnlnr.v    n. liir world,    li Is KuutacblnnTub.'    WI   n ll      tulw '-1™
ii    , writ ft bin   gut'dcn  of   wv.iiih. ItitlntiitHl yon linvc .■ rtm.UUntf miuihI ■
Craubrooh
I
UtOKOlher  Ihe pt-os) I foi a  m
-noil ol (tood   m rnme  H HOGGARTH & ROU.INS
„,s  piiiviii.-e ..,,,-   extremely11|Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors
.    ,    , -■>....    .s   ,.,.,,.,    ...........   .--,    ,.„.   ,„.,.,.,„,.„„.,,,„ „„   ,,.     9        .■W.r, -«. ,„,      , , rf~V 1»      9
FA.\n and >l VI'l-l- '.i'-'11' ERIF.S   tnd  CKOI Kl KY.
Cranbrook, B. C.
llniiH-rfeut liearin/. nml when  ll   - ■■"■
      -■        --_*—^-_.    _-.«_ —..   .--._--. —-•- with every pod-given ttdvuntuueHrl.ij   ,-i.,-.-.:. linum -   .- tin   ■
lie of the sfreutest!ui"!   -iil'-s- llu   iiillaiiiniulli.il  .-.in   Im
..--.- ,     ....... i.i..  itnk'-ii'"'! nt"' Uii- '■''"  real, in ■  m  It"
■^•Ss.-iSujSSt^i^uii. ^•Si.'Si'S-^iec^^^t,iki in  make ll one of the Krwitestlami  imm u
nhff -^ ^ ?7 <? <r <r sr .s? ,,   5  a?& i <="»{&,     iiisineis ,„   British   Colnmbia, „,„,„,, .„„,„„, ,„,,,-,.,,. ,,„, ,., ,„..   .
f;"- "7*T\/i   There   is    more   wealth     bore atrnvi-d fmvvpr; nine us in ill t»l   9
Waft at *m   a i •■% jit a fivM    ^w . <■ a
MORE BARGAINS |Hp ~ ^.^=.. t
A
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;     We ivlll Rlvii i    Iltlll.lt-
Our ohenp  hammocks are  m
all L'ni!" so now we otfer you
i-
f
6HEAP PISHING RODS
SHE THIS LIST
Uauiboo Poles, .: Piec-e.s lT..
>i.!i! (-bullion Knils, :; Joint
Spl ' liatnboo le..is, l! Joint. -Tips
Liu,im ant Rods, il -Ion i
L:iiiiev. no.. Rods, ".li.iiit. - Tips
i ireenheat' Iii. is. :' .fuiut    	
Ilreenheurl K".:s. :; .1 iiut, - Tips .
(ireeuheurl Rods, 1-1 Joint, i1 lips tiles-,    }
peopio,     ill    vviMviiiRiv., ",,.- ,„„„„,-',  law
\j*/ '       ' fill   an,   ,-:i-,-  ,,!   DeafllCsj    .-.in-,-.1   In-
^A>,|! 'ectipila  fur the dovelopinenl  catnrrb ilml eiuinnl !,  .-:...... Hull.
wW "—i!'' •"<"■» « ':':,',Vi\'-Hl^'v',;';;'rv;-;::l:.;;,:.r;r
W  '""d'-''"'''-   menus   and    modern|   s,,,,,,, „,
9   When   You   Think   Of {
r      I
1 Chtvf Cutttcliilonor 0( t&***•">mi trVofkstHl
Sp-i-iiil LlMAM |09Ut Ud B 'rv "Mill llmfj«r
ifjm tbi (oUmrtni dtneribtd |a*t4i in KtM
- KOOttOljl DlslflOt, Mr.t.*;. I uliimWo:
I  conunuwUti -*t n ;»"■' ptemod i mu- vnuu
tti- Akookuncbiiok rlrti enUitutw emh .«
im'm v.ilr rtOd 11"-« I*, nml |0l0| Up MUdrrfulL
ii,.'ii ■■ -oitiitjiM.. i,i,,.is :n.-ii,-. \\..i iQafatiru
Ibrnn Nihil i y,.hiiiii.-. ii.m-.   L" t i"-!eln
In phUOOl IH'«lll!l'-l4'
i iiii> i tbl  i lb  i.. "i Jum i'«i.
n Jobuon
• Locator.
NOTICE.
i'akk SOTIOH urn i Intottdu Kppiyiouu
I'lilfi i'uiniu.ss,uni'r ol  l.iiU'i- unit Work* (or a
Bpoolftl LlecoM lo out tnd tarry mytlmbw
from Mir follovtni dooerlbtd budi in Kmt
Kontcn*| DUtriot, inin-h ODlonbU
ti Miiiii'firlti/  :il  ii  port,   |>l<iul''.l al N' J.iUu-
Isoo'i  nimiii Wool wrnor  Ibone. smth im
|oba)D»,  ll.ft.t''   tVrit   M rliuinv tbODOO North
lAjehotn*. iboocc Rrnt MobMni to plooi ol bo.
ktaUhlUv '  *
Hit. 1 tl.l   t.'ll. .liiy ..I .'im.   \n
i;  i.itu...
."• l..hMlitr
NOTICE.
iakj: NOTICI tnui i luii ni tooppti to tbl
Chi. t Coaunbolo&u ol Ludi utd Worka tor h
BpOOtOl LIOOPM tOOUt nlnl. urn   n**\   timtii'r
iit.iii iii.- tollowlaj doNribod loada  in K*ui
KOOtODO] Di'trirt. Itritinli r.ihii'ililH
OoBno&otlbg ot o pool pUotodtl n LltUt*i
Surti, Wn\ raruot ibotm Huuth uo obottii
tboooi Wi*ii 10 obalna, ibaooaNoHb UOobaloa,
tin in i. Rail to obalna to plaoo o(bi ilnalni
Datod tiii-. ifttb day ol Juno m
B Isooatoi
NOTICE.
#
development
and     Take Hull'. Kninllj I■111-
|patlun
I ,i-i
1 25
Railway   eoiislruction   in   tin-
vJJ^/   i'up )',:i ,,,i.i Kootenay volleys,
■:\Wi  iintl ihe buildiuu of tho Spokane
yK. , International       railway       u ill
v'  silniulate business subslanthiliy,,
™ | ami the Cnmbrook business men
W.   will surely reap their   share id
{//   busin.'sa. thus accruing.
..a..      If son "   "!   Ihe fariuers w In.
Ut
\ Tit ova la Your Chance.
pr.
ikine lor "■
#
', Phone   7-4
\A^ ! farm- would Hike <if• land in
..¥; Nii.iih..;isi Kootenay, espeeinlly
Nfy)/ int tin- vicinity ol ' ranbrook,
ffl where they would luivo
TllP    'DT11@,!?l«;r,«;  m>   !'':uMi";,liv   »°   competlthui  ror
xne jui uggiMfs.'^ ,,„,;,. ,„,„,,„..,,. ,|„.v ,v„„i,i 5how
j pood judpuient and :i.:.!,-.- nn end
ie' nionej
C. E. REID & CO.
|
9
9
1   1
9
J'1
You Think Uf
•HUTCH"
)HN HUTCHISO
TAKK Nl/TICK tbal 1 iHit ml to ftpplj l" tin-
Oblof Couunlaalooai ui Landa mi-i Worka lor a
Spaetal Llotnae to out and oarrj amy tlmbor
noii! ttf fi'tiowiuis dracrlbod landa la Baal
♦ IKootonaj Dlatrlot, Brltlab Columbia
.   I   OommoDolnB m n pool plaatad   i T. Roboru
Nortb Wool oomei tbonoo South UO ohaltu
tbence Whi tOobaloa, tbmoa Nortb IDOebalo*
tbtnoo Raal i" ohalni to plaon ol begmolof
Dated tiii'. 1Mb. day i»i Juoa iws,
.lullii Kkih.
■*■* Looatoi
PHONE
if thu f-v.1 wuit> Ffi'iii ■
The most  fuHtldlou-i
turn Up III* no-*1 :tt thi-
Kast Kootenay. Z
A. Mel lor **,...««-
General Merchandise
NOTICE.
i akk NOTICE tbal 1 Intoud to oppl) toUu
C'hloIComtolaalonerol Laoda and Workalora
Spfolal Moonaa to oul and carrj away uuitipr
n<>in iiu- followlnu deacrlbed landi In £*»-
Kootenay platiiel Brltlab Columbia
Commencing at a poat planted Imlb North
of J. Rirln'a North BmI eornor thenee Weal «
^T Cranbrook, B.C 	
W ^a _ ^^-^.^,-^Jto.jfc  f. *****. X I cbatiw, thouee North 160 ebalm, thenee Eaat 40
«£#-;r-;M£*£###*fc*****i**#***##** :„„,,,,.„,..
frlnnins.
Deled ibla 1Mb da) .<! Juno 1Mb
J  Nelun,
Loo*lor
^.
(B      CRANBROOK.   B.C.
'". DISPK.XSINCi   ' il II   SPBL'fAL'I'y.
*%(ft-t#tt €#€€§€§€•
v.nttiiiiiti'mnMtHiiimiitittiMi'ii'M'tii'i'ii'ftftttiHfH^
| LEflSKi HENDERSON j
FEED
nir" mil
'I'll.
•    •    •
•,,il of going  ha rein
|        FA! HIOj        :■:'■     3
■r Always Up-to-Oate 3
»•- --•
| Cranbrook, -      - B.C. |
^aii.jaiii.aiiualUUuHiuuuuiamimiiUuaUuiiuiu^
3 Nil
1: will ti nipt liiiu wl
s:it:-!,v um! hourinll liiii. iv-llen lie is "nu"
eil     li In hIm.IiiioI)  I'l'i'i- nml Iron Irom
iti snniinor is 'or newspaper | ^[j ^l"""!^;,^"' '" ' '"
iliseussi,,..    Some think  it 0...,.       QATs; GKA1N| MII L K1.KD
uw*m* ul jitHH} iM'ulih. mil hnir, hay. (etc.)
noi huu 1th. i>  ihu tuotivp ol the nl -''•'■ ln« ■■ niai-l.oi vat.-.
..ti.iii-'. who think I ho -.i . is the
hosl rt».stoi*or Uiiovmi  to  science.
'V'r.t    in*.mli v   -i'i,   the   Bluocimt
liiml intido ' h'w dis*
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICB thai I Inti od to upplj totbo
[Chiel Commlaaloner ol Landi aud Workx lur»
Special Moeuae to eul and earn awi; iimi>tr
from ti..  Folloirlnf deacrlbed lauiU In Raal
Kootenay DUlrtot, BrllUh Columbia
A'lTKKTION   PH0KPBCTOH8   AND   MJNKKK.    It Ih notLl^Slt^S^'^'i'S
(Ut'is&urv   10   froighl    VOUV   supplies   I Weill J    IB lie**,  When yOU Win j tbeuw Baal »«>' halna, tbence North W chaiui..
. . ■ \ti.'i  i it-l'**. tbcua Wi 'i *■•! i. mii- i<- pili.. of beginning
iirclit.ii- the  (roods, :.i ihe sumo prioe, it!   \ll-.U.oi,s. ,,„„.,„„,,„,,,.„,,.,:.:.,,,..,,
Millet,    .mi.. I ■ I". :.'--  -in SI. Mlil-v- rii.-r "ill lill.l il :i   !'"'-"•   <ttvlllg .1   V K«ii,,
„, ,,„...., ;,,,, v ...ptilii-(rum ''""'""
ft. Meilor
General Outfitter
MtirytHvllle.   K.C.
IIAHRIS BROS.
Cranbrook, 1
eover.t tnnii.v .veiir.i iigo, und one
ol the provision* ..i his endow-
menl was thul tl..- pupils nf ihut
school should eschew the head
jfenr III nil limes
^>...*..................ri..................
;f Kocky Mmiutain Chu
II    -wit     Illdlltli     til
NOTfCL.
. TAKIi NOriCK ihal I Intend toappU to tbe
Chief < omtnlhhloiii i ■ I tamls and *i>rk» tor u
, .-!■* rial Un- ii-.- I., .ui mm tirry away Umin-r
Ifrom il» followlni! deacrtbod landi tn F.u^i
» fc*»»*»»*^ *»-*»**»*n**»*»^»,n*»'^^»'^*a>'--'*»*»^^'^*^^*^a>'*»'>ia>-*1*a^ | kik.t■ • n»> Dlatrl I Brltlab Columbia:
ya\-   Comincnrini*ntupottp»«ntefl«i a. a Bwln'a
Nortb Wmi cornri tbence Nortli ItP ebalna,
; tbenoe Kaal 14ebalna, tt.. n< •• boutb llOcbalai
iliiMiii- w«mi wobalna to pin. -■ ol beginning
Bated *bt- 1Mb -ins »i .iiiiif una,
9 *-»*-»s»"»-i••***»'*^«»'*--**l*W-l-W*a^^^
If   F^LS VIEW HOTEL  j
it. nun-
':'*   Marysville,   B.C.
NOTICE.
v>.'irifitffifiii<i«fisfifiiivi«fi«fiHirr^
Do Not p4
urn in y   < oi»i*i
-S-^
l:l;,il\. Mi*r
til,
we i'
,,(„- .
!,.  ..
"Pi ll mi)::
.■■■.:...,     . ■               ..-;.,,.   •'.,■.. j. : ]
hut tin   li'il '■ .  i'i--   ,-■  ■      ...     '     Iftst i-elil -i <■'.: '
. ■ i   III- '.  1,111   I.I- ..,■■-.        :..   fl-i-.'i      .',!,..-- ,
.-ill ill ll                    nml..- ;. -:'■    i-illUI    .[>.-t. ■.-. I
SUNSHINE '
"1. -      i'-.-.--;- .!:    .llM-1 Ullll'S       !
Patmore Bros, i
!3
It   '.:- l-\|.e,-tl-ll  tllll!  till" Ollttirloll
provini'inl uuverntneni will re jj
.-.•iv iilioui *:,iii.i.ii"n in siicces- 3
sion dues from tho estate ,1 ti:'- is
late I leorjtn Gondorhnni,  » hlch ^,i.ltu»....»»u..i,».»»,ii.,.ii.,».i
it is said is- valued at Wi,-100,      _ -
• • • Professional.
There is a large area  "f  Imul "
in ti..- Ko.ii.'iiav -.aiici-nvflilflhip        HARVEY 4  MoCARTER
fi - -.■'tl'-iiieiii. either  lor  npr
culture or i/rnzins purposes,
i.   i
i '. CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
P    M	
L \        The  largesi and  hesl equipped 1 1 tu the St  Marys       s,„,„,i i.„.,.„...i„,-„i„n,i ,■„„-.■ ,-.»-,, untHi
if        ,, COMMODIOUS SAMIM.K ROOMS from im. inn»»lni Om-rltol lanrt. In Kmi
3   S Koot4tiax DUtrlct, nr.t.-i, ColumbU:
!.   ^»a»^-»»a»%a»fca^a»fcalfcs»%«fcf^a»^f^»lfc«<(«»«^*»'^<a^<^«^.^ Col.imrll.-lliu >l 1, |-OM  |,ll,lil..l  „l H. l.lltl.-H
I
Mi   TAKK Nt *\ ni. thai I Inland to apply i.» ih«
"§ IcblalCommlailonei ol l^andaaod Works lom
««««<s!^*«***********«****»
? NORTH   STAR
1111:1111.THUS AM' SOLICITOUS
IlUANItlilHIi..       ■      li.l
oofir.tr. Hunting and Ventilating Engineers?
^jjft>iis.i»i>.im»*:ij*iiiiaiimMiiiu»>
Cusi and
Coii-iinrtaLiie Rooms
Some ol ihose inimiiiraiils who
..':," ii,nt; ror good lands in | W. r*. CjUI^LJ
Un- Northwest can tin.i i!..- sane- Barrister
in ti„- Kooienny valley. Solicitor, Bic
•     •     •
Gl'dllfHOllk
i
HOTEL f
i
a Kimberley,   B. C. a
9 9
|   H. W   DREW. Proprietor.     ._,— _ t f
«ia**»««<»«**'»'>'»di**'»*'»«'»*««
lb Baatcorner NoSelnltL tbi nca Nortli 160
, obalna, tbenoe Kaal loobalni, theum Koutb IM
enataa. thenee weal i" ebalnii t.» plaoe of be
1 ginning
Dated tii.. Ifttb il*) .»i Juno 1906,
N Johnion,
IfOcator.
i
NOTICE.
TAKK NOTICK Mint I IntOUil 10 nop])' U* Hie
CblelCommUnlonerul Landa am) Worka lora
, s|hm- i Meeuae to oul nmi .urn nwaj  tlmbor
(from Hit! following deaorlbed landa In Kaal
i Kootenej DUtrlct, HrllUh Columbia
;   Commonefng ni j pout pinutedatJ. Kwln'a
I North Worn cornet thencu North icocbalru.
tbcfioo But 10 obalnN, thenco South lOOobalm
thenc   Weal lOrbalm *.» place ol beglonlni:
iii.i. i iiu- r.Hj day   : June ik:.*>.
T. Roberta,
!   *.**> fjoeatoi
Royal Hotel
Headquarters for
Minini! Men Itwasunol aid   •: .-oiirse,
who said thul inuri'luffe is lie-
■ S'|liei.ii .»; wotillinhood And very
liltely she WOtlld lie |rl;nl 'it IT" IO
S lier'.a il si,,- raiild.
Itrltish Columbia
C. K. UUNBAK
:; Utlll.sTKl!, S0l.lt I I'm:
nml MiTAIll   l't I'.l.li .
Criinhrook.  H t
Marysville. B.C
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
sue'""
Tl.uii! is  hul   llllli; doulil   --.ut
,,• ih.-story of n Oruui North  6. H. Thompson
The aboee | Iiks been r ntiv eret-.led, and in-at l.v Cin-nisli-!, ,,, ^yndionini iin.iiiL' the Doniin-
ed  11 ..*..-,-_■;... i      The  liar  is  supplied   with  the  best  brands of |jol] ;,.., ,^|.f i u,.,. jn .|,,, y   y  ^- j,-
Liqurirs and ' 'iitiirs.
i nn   lu
t i.nil'l
NOTICE.
I \KI   NOTICK II,at I III), - .'   .   ,.,.,1, i„i!i,-
Cltlof i.\iii.iiii.-i,.ii,. ,-i i,„i. u ,.,..i Work, fur"
■•rill! I.;.,!,*.  I..,..!, ,u I   ..in,   „„.,  ilmla-r
I from Hi,- foltoirltiK iloKrlbn] land. In Ka.i
' tv'i„-..-ii:,y Ul^trli't. Ilrltlsh r„lumt>lii:
. '..n.u.rh,:!!,. nl a j.oal ptullh'tt ill T. Hi.IhtI-
Isouili Ka*i cornel   tbence Sorlh IM onatDi,
^^^^    ■ tbence Kaal inchntiw, tbanoe s..uii, ISOobalfii
I'llt-   i.H.'i-sl   (eil'l'.il   Stilli-   111   MiirVSVillt;,   IvIlCI'l   ininerh|llieuooW«i«chaln.U)plao«ollMslnnlii|i
,.     , .  , ,   . , ,1 . I        llnli.I il.l. !:,:!, .lie .il.l 1006.
supplied  with  anything  the)   wan I   at all nines at i ., Nl. ,
i  i,
liter-
1.11,111.
ess  is uli   wool and a yard
The   price   '.v.is   *•'..".. I r'ninlirnnk. 11.1
OI'FICE   LKASK    BUILDING
J      ■ i    ■ t^ ' i ■•    r>ri""
I ' "brewing CO..
H0R1 oihihiLh
NOTICE.
Tl1 n.\l AS    Mc V ITT 1 K
ii.,
.'i.!,i
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
NOTICE.
♦
i
District:
P.L..S.   A-   CK,
i'lll-t   Steele   '.',.\\
FERNIE, B.C.
♦ MANUFACTI1HBRS and BREWERS of EXTRA I'IN'K
\ BEER |  PORTER
\ SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
t Bottled beer for family
♦ use a specialty
2 Outside   Orders
♦ GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
a.-.~«.■.'...-»-..-»-»>•»-.».
r> I', vv. u
PhusiGiaii"«"'
NN01
T. «'• UINCIAY
.1. II   AmllThOII
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
,i P. O, BOX 8Iii     ly
yf      TELEPHONE  NO, I      $
Porv   Steele Brewing Co., I^td.
i ,;■-.-■',',  '     |ilin ||n»«J  'tit   foi
I n -   rnrliw -    »t plnillryl nt il," imrM
•■■-• iiirm-r •: I, ■■  r—. Clrnuf 1 lit tho i*nli1 •
!;■.-■ Is   ■■-■:.> rUstrlcti Ltmni'L'iqtst iMctiaith
;■.. ■-'■.   ."■■    *•'. bitiuH Ibutir'   w -i -' ft-, in-   "*
ucin nrl ■■ t-i tli ■ i > *.i bunts! u\ iiu.- i ik Utvcr.   I
I'jino ---vMb' n*:< i'i\  iilnii'   tin- wild •usitu'lv    I
s.,;.; ni •-.■■ tilk KlvurnlioutOOrliaiiihtatht   I
!lu,"'",,ri'- }    Ul-'I'ICl-: AH.MSTKONO   tVE
K.m itivi-r, »..■...( »ui. id •. { Hot'iis
; to «s j
,^^^^^__ Iflitmu nillce lu;,
rvoricK of ui.sstir.fTiON •
i Siri'l' i .'-ri ■ . rWoii I'm', ibi1 imrltiui
\ ■ l,|). . -■ ■■■! in -'iiivi*-'",.- in tweeti us \\\t>
j uuilcrvit; t» •:. UHTohoecoMyrcUnntfi:»tin; town
ofCmubriiok.tiatitbii* rlij Ivtu i1Imm)1vc<] by
i uiiitu'il cnQMiut,
\   All riehVi uwltn* to tbi ?'ilil )>.miicrr.bti>aro ttt
bu iittlO t'j tbt ~-,M Hauiuel 1, Mfgbton at
Cmohrutit, uloicwltl. iu«l all ultiluu aifnits-. QPKIOK llOflm;   ft to 12 n ..
tbymiil pirtuersMpQra to boprctt«tit«tl totbo , I ,(| .'* '
!iMi|r| Samuel J   Mlubtoti, by wboui tbo wiittt: - .   '" ■' :ii'
tt-linn'H'ttleil. '   '  " I'1"'
]    LialCilntCrniibrooli, iblBCiluloyof July liHC f>ll-,|f'L ui'J liUSIUKN'Cl
| WITNESS
TAKK NOTICB that I Intend tu apply totlic
Ublof Cotnmlulotiei nr I ,>mU anjr worlds to a
Siteclal Uoenie to out and carry sway timber
from iiic lYiii'-wiriK dnsorlticd Inndi in Kent
Kooletmy Hi.-iinci, llrltlib Columblai
fonunriHiiiK in H |M>«i planted mN. John-
 B ._^_ , ,  ' -mill Soutb Kftatcomei llionco Eaal 80 chains,
^tti*mtifii.niT!Ti.Tnnitttiiniitrmiremmi.,.i.tnmmtt(rmt,'f£"::::- 5"i'n.«:"','.',t,;::;r^^''^."„';,:i"''
1 P. Burns & Co. I
Head Office,
Oalgary, Albertn
3
=3
lla'.-Jlai. Iblh. ilny of Juno !«».
j. Bwln,
■?' Lin-iii'ir
The Illinois Central
M.-iiii Officii tm En.st Rootenny, "T3
Cmnbrook. B.C -*3
Wholesale iintl Retail
1 Meat Merchants
E
E Dealers in
B    Live Stock
»♦»<»»♦»■
J. A. UARVEV
S.J.MIOHTON «,
F. W. KJk.Ls,U.L «l
u Calgary. Alberta.   «.
mstronnAve.  Cranbrook t^UUiiUlUlUiUiUUiiUiUiUiUsUUUUUUUUiUUUmUaiUi44i^lc^»l
.Maintains, unoxoellcd Borvlon f.-oin
"-3 tin.- went, to the uasl and south, Making
-3 i-liitr coiiiieotlona with iralna ol all
C3 ii-Hiisoiiniiiii-iHii! lines, |ijt.s|.nii,.i-s ai-'-
ra ni vii their i-linii-c of routes t" Chlciifro
"3 Louisville, Mctn|lhis and Now Orli <
-3 and through those points to the fan
2     Prospective ti-avolors desiring infor-
2 tnatlon as to tho lowest raloa and Ik-»i
3 i routes are Invited to ootTuspondoucs
3 with tin. following roprcsontatives,
3;  B, II. TnuMflULt., Commorolal Atto.it
Ui.moii  and Cold Storat/e2 l«Third Su, Portland, Oregon.
K3H'Cl l.INIWRV, t. P, & lJ..\.
—' H2 Third St., Portland, Oregon
Thompson, i'. a- P.A., ltuum 1
Bliit.. Seattle, Wash.
1 RINK BROTHERS
But the Famous Carss Mi      airw  Olothing and You Will Have the Best on Earth
F
verubodu Knows),
KMUSUOTI
•*pi*m**i
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Geo. A. Slater
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John B. SlfilSilr.! m^#
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^lNVICTUS i
V.SHOE.-
cSsJ^Ei-?— sJ
-.:     thi i     ....... :     -.. ;..
\\' 'trying   OUI
direct , thu L'.. Uv..w so '.iu*v » >iu L .-»'. uu to mud
..-, in thit past.
Ciimc ni und See the New Styles we Just I
received. I
Sl> Ie, Ouali ;■    1 inlsh
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  Im inciNe    V\
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SATISFACTION
i im Stock is
Open for Inspection
mere \% No
SilCll Tlllllfl
K\ -i rul i. i ih.it i-.   "]u-1
Kings   Stub
Proof, tht ■   , .u make tht m
I'll.' las; two, winters we tried
two brands ol the "Juil .is good Irind" but .is we had so
man) complaint*, about thon wc cut them out and will
handle onh Stub Prool in the tuturc.
miss
MEN'S
Furnishings {
:.'■". BIG LINE  I
We      handle   \
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everything a man ?
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wears except I
clothing. We claim to have the \
largest and best assorted stock of ;
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Furnishings in East Kootenay.
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We also sell Blankets, Quilts, ;
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Pillows.    Grips,    Telescopes   and f
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Suit Cases.     Wo would  like the ;
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pleasure of showing you through j
and quoting prices.
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Stanflelds aqd Ellis' llmlci'-;
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\Vear a specialty, ?
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|TllO Mill]
I who wears
I      Gloves^
5    Finds it very
I expensive under ^"NS*.-
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I the best ol conditions.   Wc have
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;. a   glove  that  will  reduce  this
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r ,;ti3rcnicc   this    glove    to    give
.,$  ; satisfaction.     Wc have a largo
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IV-
-  I assortment to choose from.
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Groceries     Crockery     Glassware
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otilil  li.-sit.-.   .1   small unlet lor yom lions*-* .'i .1
■'        irlmiil (>>r vour mill ui mine will have out most eaielul iitnl
WJ/" ,j.t"  -Jr**"7"' '     i-t"!!.;-! .ii'.riiiiiin.    \\'  im   onli  the liesl Goods, «
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.iii.i .;im ntit ctislontcrs the hciiclil-
\s ni- stated above, we buy the very best ol everythi
wc use the ver) greatest caro in buying  canned  goods as it doesn't pay to buj   secondi
simply because they are rheap,     Try our teas, packed under our own label,   the best
teas in Canada [or the prit e.
We sell the famous Leitch Bros Anchor Brand and Lake of tho Woods Five R< 9es
flow no better to be had.    Wc carry a large stock of import srO,
ed goods such as C, & B, Jams, Jellies, Marmalade, Pickles,
Capers, Anchovie Sauce, Chutney, etc. ^wsSS    -."* I
Blue Label Catsup, Fancy California Fruits, Edam .\.
Limbercer Cheese, French Sardines, Peas and Mushrooms,
in  fact   tnything to l>' found in the big first class stores in        \ <V   •■
till- Citirs,
w
]Tn carrj' the Largest Stock of Crockery and Gluts      ftr"       '' '//A
itfnay. W£ ■ V^Mjn-JJHr-gl
III■!,-  you mil  find everything from  tho plain while *   - ~tX>
■;i.itnir in th.- fines!  English, German and French china.        AjL
We have a large stock ol dinnei saU,  .11 all prices and [•**-/        v- >
tn almost any dcenralion-
Fancj Tea and Watat Sets just the thing foi presents.     We .ire showing a big line
ut toilet sets i!..in tin- hurst .un! newest decorations down to the plain white granite.
Bar Glassware of All Kinds
Donl fail i" get our prices before buying your crockery
as we (in save you a lot of money.
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Oods   to  every town on the. Crow.    Give
an order anil be convinced that wc are Prompt and Care
ful Shippers and Big Money Savers.
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LABOR  DAY  HT
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Sept. 4th.
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LIST OP  EVENTS
Puradt- at  10 it. m
ON   1- Wl.UlK.
It.-. Union flout
lluit Merchant, l-'lmit..
Ilest Lumbermen'., l-'ioal
t'l.ii.i ivltli Is'St ..-i-n.-nii ;ij>i„-iir!iii,
I'llion with lai'if,"-"!  i-,-i,r,-.-,-!;'.a'.;..l
!>>•--. ilri.ing '.-inn.
li.-sl   'Ifllfl   '--Illll.
15.00
16.00
16.00
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Whin.
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■Ms. .,i„! $.',0,110
for Hub* Hulini
Tin- Hni-ilc.-i |. ton,
Hi   I" '■'-■    !>!»•••'    i
■s.ru.'..- ...i. IIhiis.hi A veil■■-.
i. i'..\i. -, r 'nn: .,!:
- mile ill,-'. ....- I .':...I —•
:•.„'.-. l-l. -K
• mil,- |Hiuy, 11' lnui'ls
or -j|ii),-r
In.llun pony i-u.-
Squaw i-u.---
Chopping ,"iii-
'[":.- UlUklllg ..-nil
sawing colli,-*,!
I.uading  It.i.-s..
Il.-rsof Wi-I T-
.'..---lia'.-h    all
1st, -_-.nl.': -I;
1st, !"..«.: 2l<
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1st, lal.lHJl 2u
CRANBROOK. B.C.
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LIST OP EVENTS
Drllllog content, opon
only  tn minora nl
Ka.i Km my 1st. 1160.00; 2nd, »75.00
100 yards, opon 1st, 120.00 silver cup:
Dad,  *lo.ou medal
I mile, open Ut, 120.00; 2nd, $10.00
Running broad Jump. Nt, 10.00, 2nd, -t.00
(tunning hii;li jump. 1st, 10.00; 2nd, 4.00
Floys race.undurlOyrs 1st, 6,00; 2nd, 3.00
Olrlsract'.uudnr IByrs 1st,    8.00; 2nd,    3.UO
i,200llw
l-i.    ii im: 2nd,    3.00
I nl,,ii mon's race, 100
yards, 20 to 85 years 1st,   10.00; 2nd,    6.00
I'lii.M,  men's race, 3.1
'.., 16 years. .  . 1st.   10.00; 2nd,    j.OO
Old ii . race, over
I.', years l-i,    6.00; 2nd,    3.00
CHrla race, under ten
years ... . 1st,     3.00; 2ml,    2.00
lluy. I'll,-,-, under ten
years . l.-t,    8.00; 2nd,    2.00
High pole vault Nt,   10.00; 2nd,    l.nu
Putting 10 Hi. ali.it 1st, 10.00; 2nd, 5.00
Winning  team,   trap
■hooting  Silver Cup
Tug of war, nn cleats,
10 men   nn   ti-um,
open to Kaat (Coote-
nay  1st, *35 Oil; 2nd, 115.00
No socond prizes wit limit three entries.
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SPECIAL TRAINS FROM EVERT POINT IN TIE DISTRICT
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CELEBRATION   COMMITTEE.
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J. P. Fink, President       S. McDonald, Vice Chairman      H. White, Secretary
VICE PRESIDENTS:
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F. Huchcroft.   Wm. Oliver, G. A. King. R. Findlay, H. W. Drew, I. H. Wilson, J. Austin,
A. K. Leitch, F. Becker. I. J. Baxter, G. Campbell. S. Speers, R. A. Fraser, O. Burge,
N. Hanson. Thos Young, G. Leitch, T. Moran, w. W. Tuttle, E. C. Moran, C. C. Farrell
K)WBMIf«^il»^'^f*'*^^
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. sMfliMsWiiiHW^^^ THK r-RUSPEl fOR. CRANBROOK, R I
UV.tst ;■:
nmuumuiim,
FOUND "MffsS-sy,,^-
that can make- life -0-t :h* '.'.t-;-,-.
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an note
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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ROYAL
HOTEL
One Dollar Per Day
and Up.
The best and safest way
to keep Baby's skia
healthv is to use only
BABY'S OWN
SOAP
Purv,    D.inllr,    [V'...-il*.
Utwart ol Imitations.
.till' tXUT MIS W.
t-id and »•»> will stick kg tr.e saiuo
MKta bamfkat all '.hrotigh tho
■Man Tbi* is but OM of a
aur.irvd Intew.ics esp-Tieoe**
Prol Oami ooaH laUol hM pM
(bra lag pan alack IsttNM la
tving >»sc-'.t>x. by tho (orthtvtu
u .'sihibitton her.'
?CT
Cranbrook will Cele
brate Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.
®tje Ifroeycctor.
SAl'l'iiDAV. AUGUST 11 IM
Tha rxvottt warm woullior is
nuiWitip tho btMK'lt latiils; as ilry ■
M ttii.UT. und every prvcautioii
should ba taken ataiust fulfil.
ri rvs
Huvitig in llie Kootonay vallov
is n.'iirlv all iloiie. tiitd the most
Ol it is up in good  order
■ones.
SoTtrK  l. h.T.b» firm   ib.i lain. <1»*.
I .tlor aal. 1 impel lo tprl> '-' Uv t'hlaf Co»,
r.f r ol 1.-r..'.. .T.l ,V.-r tt t,-r a :.,-.'.-.-  W
L. B. VanDecar, Prop.
Could  Undet stand  Music One  11'*<*•**■* "'^ "**"****•**'*»'■>•
I      "'"     vuarni.ua    MUi.li.wu.:    "|m |leei||eell kaH ll llll ffllllm fllllllll
'   Cozad's Dogs Understood DilTer
ar.ee Between Tuuti.
IQOS
Nelson
♦     3  DAYS
Fair
3     *
Thai  dotrs luiv." Mats reason-
.  . I ing powers tin one who lias such
iqqe '» pot will ili'tty As .-in evidence
of :hi'. Prof Coaad of Cornel's
Dos;.   Pony,   Monkey
Commencing Sept. 20th
Larger und better thnii ever.
All kinds of open air attractions.
Vim will meet old friends there.
Everything new nnd up-to-date
K.n'h day something interesting
Single Fare On All Lines Of Travel
WRITE FOR PRIZE U.ST
J. E. ANN ABLE Sec
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, .>-i,".i.-i..- -... .1 t potl pLnlts! al tha DOrlt
...L-ornfrot .\lt,-*Tuttla »,ss.l.r,,lp.irttlriim
ol.lm on FU K,.i Uvui .. lull., north of l.oi
hie tlroup Oil,- K,vl«t-..i. l&riKf S.' ,-haln.
tfs: ihen,*^*>,-S.lu» north thru,-. Ik) rh.lna
a»»l. ltu-ll,-f *' tu.l&t aOlilh to Itt. pl.iS- of fca»
.- un-.u.- ,-or.t.lnlHf M.I a,-rr* mora or 1...
Italf-t Jul) -Sir,   let*
John y WllaoQ, Lot-etor
Coinu.aniilifi al . ta>l plan:«sl ai la,- north
...l   oornor  of Johr.   K    Wilson a ,-,vil   »n,l •
.... I    Qfso. ; ra-'rolrum ,-l.llr.  thoi,,-* stfi-L.ttl* Mo'l  IBMee I
a', Lain, north ihotior s.',-halnt ,-.m   thenro I
I. irC'.lS    tbal    Will exhibit  SOOIl  ill ;»i,-h»tr,a»,.ulr,l,'ltl.-[,l.o,- .1  Is-.ltlilinf  Nat-
this oily,   tells ii story of one of ■'*"""'••«"""-■"»••»»■
.      ■ :   li.ioj jui>-I nw,
his own  performing  dogs  lhnl| via. Wlujoo, io»i„r
besi   Illustrates   canine lntelll-1 jetaF.wn»e»,Aieai
..«...,       ,-,..,     * .1      . 1        • eonitu.oi-li,.-.1 a isi.1 i-'.auusl ,.n :l„- i-.orlh-
genua   One of the pleasing acta ,„, ,,„„.., „, Z. mmt mi u»
With    ihC    ShOW     IS   il     gfOUD    Of   petroleum riaim. thrniwR chain- M*t   tbMM
various kinds of dogs, ponies and ESSS-XT,^**^
monkeys   group   together  upon ' wlnlntWoorei nftttor tvs.
'    DtUdJuU '-* I**
lUHM Mull. Livrttor
Jolin ¥  W'ImMi. A^'fUt
QQOUMtMlftl •>' ** VK.st pUntcl nl thi* f.or'h-
,.,. , .f-rtst OOtflftT o(  V in*  WiI-imi- boaI Ud p#tro-
ihp pedestal la then  revolven ienmei(am,uiu«a-notuii« wast, the&w w
I chttu north, Umm* H ohilna wut, Uioqh ^l
otulni mwUi tn ihe piMN of biglonlni M>obU&'
tiiB Mu rtiTi'» oiorr or Irs*.
Kootenay
Steel
Range
YEMIUTED
ova
The   health  ol  a
family depends laK'.'ilv
upon ih,.' hygienic ns
ture  ot   Ihe  COOitiTi**.
The oven in the Kooienay Kangc is voiitil.tu.i.
end every dish baked in it b eniiiek hee from
the effects of pent-up cooking gises.
A perfectly ventilated oven i> one of the most
important features of i range, and yet it is given
veiy little attention by most mikers, end none
whatever in most of the chetply jolten-up ranges
now offered to the public.
Sold by all enterprising dealers.  Booklet free.
McCIar/s
J. M. DEEP
Boot'Siioe Maker
A.. '.VvV a, QWMMMI
Now Wt»r'fc ttkii ll **'**••«•"*•
Anmtrong Ave.    v^'*
mc*'.*'. t..>4«4
I  LCOHN  |
; i rallor % Importer of J
i       Fine Woolens.      »
Ot-sn^s'a,. H.l'     Vi-iii.tistti
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Loi
MolTnl        WlriM>»s.
st. Jo*». n. a.
Vat ll. Civ
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
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the music stai-ls up for
ARMSTRONG AVEKDE
Newest desions io
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Over 4CJ Different Patterns to Select From
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ular ouo, for one evening last j
iv.'i'li. the baiultniistof olitingad j
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Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
P.O. box :;;, phone in
Wholesale	
LIQUORS m CIGARS
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Beer, Ale & Porter.
T. REBEL & CO., Hay and Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
delay and ran to the front dooi
to get the do? lint the latter
could not seem to iiiiili'i-Maud tho
affair at all. Prof. Cozad, however reasoned it out and for fun
asked the bandmaster to install
the old music back again. Sure
enough at the next performance
Eureka pricked up his ears upon hearing the familiar music
and again ran to perform his
duties at the handle of the pedestal, the reasoning powers of the
dog wus evident,  said Prof. Co
. 190ft,
Mmmmm** ***9*9mmM***m
AITCHISON |
THE BUTCHER     1
9   Marysville, B.C.   * |
Our complete Cold Storage Plant onables us to lur-
uish our goods in perfect condition at all seasons of
tho yen !'■
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Centrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
tider New Manajsemerit
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steps of varying height until tbe
whole forms a pedestal of considerable height and attractiveness,
then revolved
slowly ami the motive power
used is a large dog named "Eureka.   The latter is a greal per I  °t<"i Jul> *- ""*
, .,..,,, •! Moll or--   1.0,-ator
sonnl  pet of   Prof,   l-'czad  ami JoanF.WUion.A|..l
when not in the arena is found   t-.,uiiu«cin««a po« pi.nmt.. u» oorm-
>on the front door of the tent •"'««»« ;" * M.-imvr,-.,ro.i«,ap.uo-
It'uni claim, tbi'itd1 » I'blin*. vu\si, Ihun m
with  liis owner  but  as soon as ohrUunorth,thaaoBMehtlni sui, ih«n« M
. "••wUtu wnlta t» tli*- pUit'of i..'»;uiim.,.- t'lMitalii
* Inn 640 ure.*. ictirt; or IBM.
ticular act he quietly steals Into   Dated juirit, ims.
tho tent nnd revolves tin* pedes-' ^*rt-£?.,Uo?w
' John i- W U«m, Attn,
tal.   This done he returns to the j Coiuull)noiiii »•»po-t ptutod it u» n«rtb-
door and again doses.   Of course w«tteornwotAHo«Mttti«'ioo»i»ni*peiroUuia
,, ■   i •   ■ i     -I'luini iht'tirvMrimitisvast, Uianoa wi obatoi
there is special music for eaoh of „„,„. ,h,-„-r»oi„(„. .a.,, mun to otutu
acts nnd evidently "Eureka soon wuth to me p1m« ol nwinnin.- oonuinlo, M
Uvnii:.' .amiliar wiin his pai'lk'- j    n<ll.(, July*, iws,
A. MmmhRti, Looatoi
Jolin ¥ WlUon, AfUt
r..ti.mt".uiiH)' at n ]iM |ilfttitnl *t   ttif norili-
tne  music    without   notice  and «Htcornero(A.FtlrO«l'riotmlMdpaua)«ttn
when it oaine time for Eureka tooUlm«UlMMWchlt,UWMl't,lc,1C<, m °J*!M
north, tttanot n eauu out, intiooi *o oauu
report he failed to respond, the south to the plieeottnilnuloi contKiniug no
rinifmaster was surprised at theI■»«•■■•«• octo»
,   , , ...... I    UetiMlJulyM. W
I.i lit. lt.'>.    LiA'lltUI
Jolin ¥  Wllatm, Aifiil
t'.'iiiun i.fi»K »t » |>i'r.t iilmiti'.i at tin* north
»kfl corner of A. MruintiHir*. ro«l miUpc.ro-
k-uui  flmm.  tlifiu'c IW ctiniiu nut, thi'tuutkO
u.uiii. tiirm-o michi.iiiH nmi, ttmuce iv ehnlai
-t>itili to tlic iiUcr ol l"ifc'liniliiK. contnluiill  MO
ecrei more or lew.
Dutect iiii'-jitih Juh. imv
¥.. Dober»r, (,oc»lor
J.iiui 1'. Wilson. Ayutti
Coiumi'iirlni* at n post planted nt the north-
eust corner ot l.clta Kokc' roul nntl iHilroIeum
ciuiii..tiii'ii.'i "lU'imius west, thonor m< i-tmlt."
no-tit. thenoa *■ oiuina teiti UtenoelOobeloi
-ouih to the pteoo ot beitnntni contAlnlos cw
•ores more or less.
Deted July n, 1906.
a. m Btewert, Looeior
John )■'. Wllaon. AtfUt
Commencing *t t post piloted *t tho north
west oornor ot K Doberer*s ooel snt) petroleum
rislm tbeueo U ottelnt esst, thenoe W ohalns
north, thenco BO oheloi wes^ thenoe ho ohoinn
•oiith tO the plSOO Ol Im^lntilntt romitlntns MO
sores more or less.
Dated Jul j w. i»06.
J. S. Alexander, Locator
John P Wllmm, A if nil
Cotnmonrliiri at a piiHl plantfit on tho noilh-
etstoornerot A> U. Stowtrt's ooal mui petm<
l-tim oiuim. thenoe N otmini west, thenoe "0
ohalns north, ihonoe W ohalns esst, thenoe w
•"Him-, south to the piacrof hetlnnlnii oontatn
• im '''i'1 acres inor" ut leal.
DstedJulyW, im*..
s p. Wallaon, Looatoi
John ¥  Wlhnn. Amut
i'..ii.ii.oiifini'»t M |i,.»i j.iHhi.ii nt th" north'
went oornor ol J S. AUsiunlor'i Oflftl hiii! pi iro-
1/      aa      a * C      441 ''oniii ilftlni. thonoe *) obeiOl SMt, thSHOOlO
V&nCOUVer     IO     96attl6     Viajotmlninorth,thenooMohtlns west, tbenoo N
rhnlna south \<> tho plm'e or hmrliinliitr remain'-
lUg 0(0 in'ron mott or Ifhs
rm+t -   ^g . i   Datedtttb July, IWO
ThrouKti Sleepins A. w. Dieisdeii. i^»uir
ar***. •% John r. Wilson, Agent
| Comtnonolnf at a p6tt planted at the north
eaii corner of &. V. Wallace'* ooit ami potro*
loum olalm. thence W ohetni well, thenio w
chnlns north, tbenoe 80 ohelni »"»-t. thenes «o
oholns south to tho ptaoo of besinnlnv oontnlD'
in(/ &to aorei more or i«i>k.
Dated Wth July, I00B.
I mi.i Willi uoe, Locuinr
John P, Wilson, Agent
Oommt nolng at a post planted st'tbo north*
West oormr »t A, V>-   Dlonsdell's uosl   ami
potroleum claim. thoncoN ohalns out, thencn
Headquarters for mining
int'ii and old timers.
When you want a good
place to stop come to the
Manitoba.
d. a, Mcdonald, manager
Wo Give Tou Tour Money's Worth
RAILWAY
$27.00
PortlaiKkRetm
40 Day limit
OllOlaaol n.Hies, nil mil till Suiiiasor
S. S. PRINCESS VICTORIA
to   Se
Victoria
Arrowhead to Vancouver
Sunday  Wednesday  Friday
I'm* full imrtiiuilitrs, tlt-st  olasfl  01-
tourint flloopot1 nisiirvut Inns, n;i|il,v lit
local agontfl or m-iti-
0. HILL1EK, Agent, Cranbrook
.1. s. DARTER,
D.P.A., Nelson.
E. J. coy 1.1-:,
V.G.P A   Vmicouver 80obalns north, thenee 88.olialoi mm, tbenoo
1 'sniiuiloasoiith lotlin ploci. of i-'iminont'omr-nl
 ~~*~- I ruiitulnlni. fill litres twin- or loss.
Deled 3Stb alulr, if>'-
M. M. M.rli„r. I.oc.loi
.l.il.n I*'. Wllaon. Ajront.
,. ., ,, ;   comnonuInK litu post plnnlrd nl thr norin-
V Al.l'AHI.K 1'KilT   KANCII, at met corner of M.M Berber1! eetl ud pMro.
Ores ton,    B.C.      Prloa   11,600. Ilonm olelO' ihonoe M etniln« eut, thenoe N
For Sale
,„ ., oii.insnorth,thoncom ohelni «.ai, ihenee M
rertDS misj'.     litis Is  withoutLmmiioiitbtothepUoeolbeelnnlttoonuilo.
doul.l ouo of tho boat t-oal estate : liifMOeoreimoreorlee*
Dated loV <■*■>. '•*
bargains on the market, iimhihi, Louur
Km- further ptiiticulnrs see 3uhar ""•**• *••■•
C.mmonclni nt i, po.t pl.nt.,1 tl the north*
ornerof Dore Welleco'e vonl end petro-
cum olelni. .hence eo ohelne weal, thonoe N
l,0ln.norat,«hoMi- m ohnlne eeel, thenee eo
PHONF TO 'ehnlneeir*to»«epieceollw«linin«»wi»ili.
ft*5 eeree eeece or 1,.,.
Real Estate and Insurance     »*■*.'«.•. ii>m.
riorence Orr, LwsMet
CRANBROOK. B.C.      i *M Jomr.wiieee,*»M»
ftrnoid & RoDensi
■'AMES GREER
'contractor
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES tfiixisiiii, un .u.i. ttniiK
JUIIIIIN,!   PROMPTLY   KXlll'l'TKll.
Houses and Cottages (or Rent
or S.ilr on l-"..is\ Terms,
l.lMl: ami sniNi;i.i-:s FORSALB
Telaphoue 88.
aiXNTA,TwtowwSt-lEDY
Purchase   Price   $3.00  a  Month
Allowance Made For Old Mauhine
flrnoifl & Roberts
MTNRRAL ACT
[FOAM r)
t 'KKI-.F1 'Alt   Of  IHPN.UKKIiMli
NOTlOm.
Flying Cloud Mhirral Ol&lm.
SttOttfl in tho Port Sli'i'lc MlnliiK DltrUlon
M Kast KOOMU) DlllHOl.
Whi-rr Iwntnl t»n MiirV: Crm-K OHO mil*'
from Klml-crU\\.
Tske notloo tbtl i.Tiiw. T MoVUUu, P.M.C
Nu uwno, ifeal tax j o Dnwrr. f.m.c.
No  H*mw. Jew. TmlDnor, K.Mi'. No BBOOI
tttitlJ. I'. AruiMtiiiiii (illlritil i.tl-ntnlairriUir foi
KvlltvK)*     UtAtQ     PfOO      Mili'-i'!*      OOtUfl
eut* Sit itT.tnh1. intdui, kIxo dtyi fromUia
iint« biroof. lo apply lo in- HIolui nooonlei
tor ii (vrtincitto oi tnprovunooUi '*>t ihe put*
pow of nb'iiiniiiH it Crown orma ol < t*o Rbovo
rlnlm.
Ami itiriiitT u»ko nut Un* Unit lotion, andw
utoilou **•. nnist in* oomnwow) btfott tha i!*fu-
tnri- oi iuoo OotttQOeito ol laipnTonontR
Duurd ihi* ir-in dVy ol April] \ l» tw.v
16 Tims. t. MoVltTIH
^ Cline
Of It,.- old Mallllobll Karl,, r Shop
.-i,ii now ia inn,.i in the
WATTS' BUILDING
FlrW I'lris* Work In all bratiolinri
.if th.-
LTonsorlul Art
,««K*^*e.*^*»^*^^*e><>e,«ei«>»j
-I I-t-l-M-l-I-l 1-I-t-l-l-t-l-l-l-l-M
I TISDftLES ii
It.-iiililiiiii-t.-i-M fur
i-'itiwii t-'iirii's
NUTS unil CHOIOH
rilNKIH'TKiNKUV
;: Ice Crcini .mil Solt Drinks ;;
Aleo ToIiHCii, Plpm
nnd Olgnre
Baker St.   Cranbrook  '.!
M-M"M-1-H"I"I*M-H-M-I-H-
D. J. Jl
Carpenter "W liuiUlcr
HihhI Work ui
Kt'iiMiimiiio Prion
Office and Workshop Lewis St
'IM 1 1 If.
HESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
- OK NONE AT ALL
The Newest Is Sure to
He Found at
Prest Photo go.
Studio.
J. Edgar Davis
A   llriekluver   A
^"■-Contractor w
Ktiniiu-.'. lloilor. Kutii;,' ami
Firuiiltaco Work * S|H\'i»lty All
daaorlptton Ol stoti.'-wurk untlor-
tak.ui.
0ith'4> Iclt ,H J. D. McBKIDttS
Will  Uo.vtv(>  t'lMlltpt   AUiM.iUtU.
The Illinois Central
Mtiim.iiii-. uiwAivUthi lorvUv  Iwm
llHQ QOBOMUoM wllh   trnliin  of  nil
UMMoatinuMl Uiu>*t, pmnnrjnn *w
|tVW \\uAv ohotQt Ol (OtttM loOhtQI|0|
LouituUc, Uttnphtl »n»l Now i»rlo»nt,
nml thiiuiiih IbttMl pol&tl lo tho fstvo**.t
PtQtpOttUvt* lravolt»i*» ttr^lvliiif htliip-
million its u> ilil- totrWd MtM *ml but
fOtttol iN iw ttml to MMLTMponft%mt
wlllt tho (oUowlng oopnw-ntrtllvo*..
B< H-'ritl'MlH'l.t.. I'ommoivlnl AnotU
Ul ThlmSl.. lVrll»mi, 0";'tfx-n.
j G. i.imv*fy. r.r. \ iv .v.
WiTMrd St., iwiiami. OrigoQ.
V. \\. TltOMl-st-N,  K.^IVA., Uwm
1. Column HUli-.. S«n»Ulo, Wu»h,
.-l-H-H-1-H-l-l-H'IMM llfl'
:: STEWARTS::
;; The  LKAD1NU STORK Kor ' \
'•'. Fresh Fruit. Vegetables, '.'.
Choice Confectionery
I'ui'.sii si'rs.
SOKTDRlNKa
. '"llar.i'hMiiHl Ion I'l-inim"
;; prompt ok.i.in I'.uv ;;
ii  Hugh Stewart '[
;; Plumr. 76    ftrmrtfoiiu. Ave
■Mt»Hll"H-lll-M»"l»H-M-H
GranbrooK
Uiveru
QBARV a i>OYLK, rROP'H
Tt'iinis .(Mil driven turulsh*
od for any point in tin* dti<
trlct.
A   DOYLK, MKimfftr
H.a>.aj,aj-<f.^.ia)m ■» «e.a>^».f*m ||| |»»
IN T1IR COUNTY COURT OK ROOTHKAV
HOr.UHN \v roi.T BTHHIiK
Non.
In I'rotmlt'
tliv BlVrni Unit on Ilii> Mli ii»v of
NOTICE.
Thirty rtajiBftor till* 1 IfitonAto apply to
Liu1 Obtof OODtOlUlOBBr nt t.nititH tm>l WorkH
for a HoottM u> out nurt Wet} »*h.v tbtttof
fnuu thn followlni: dworlbftl IboiIh Iu Poutli
KMt Kootonsyi •&nanonolngMftpoi» plin«
tnl it tho South Kimt cortipr of tiOHITfl, (Iroup
t. ihrtirtj woitL lOphultiB; ttionco north '.'Oobntm
thi'iirt? wnxt to I'lmlnrt; thonoe nouth w clmlii'*;
hentv ''ait Wtfifthiv, thenf. north WclmliiH to
nlrt(sf>of tHwInnlntr.
K.  M.  rMWICR.
leohlUMl thh 9th dny ot Jim*, INK.        '-!«
rkrHlFiirYNrtumt
In Mlulog, ChtnOMl, CWiU
M^bNttlMt'^lBWMoft)
IWftil mhn onion-it by J    A    Korln.  nq
.hull i> tit tin1 nltiOourv 'inn jiiini'* i''i'i«n«n*ii
AiniaLni.it:.  onii'nii   AilmlittntiHtoi'  foj  Hml
portion Ol IIm'I'oiiiiI)' ol IC00ttM| Im lii'l'xl hi
tho KliH-loml lllMilit ol Crutbnok nml fiTiiio
DQ iKliiiliilnlrinor ot nil mul llQlUltt tbl •■Mlnto
oi Junu MoLaufbllb rUu HntiMoblli di
OOMOd ltit''»t>il",
l.v. ia I'THon iiiiioimni iii tha mU rtooHMd
li ri'i.tiiivti to uutkfi pnyiDoni rorUiwltb to ih«
uoAonlinodi
Kvioy ponou liiivliin in pQMOHlon »iBbom N
looitUR to thadoooued l« nqulrad (brtbtrtib
to notify ibo undofititwL
Kvi-ry OnKlttOf W OUtOI   (MFWU hi»%-ln».- no?
iliilin n|h)ii or llitrn'«i In Un- dUtHbUltotl Ot Ul
QlUtflOf tlm hiiltl dMOUOd tl I'MilliT't N-t acr,,!
bdfON tbl l^li dtty of \UgUll nt"*t. by n>f/^t(>r<
mi lattofi lUMrwHtod to the uttdtrtbttted. iii«
itiiiiM' mul inlili«i« nml 111" fill! pMtlVUlAM ol
lila I'lnltu or Ililoh'Hl. mul i KtlUBUhll "I his
iiciHuini mi'i tbo imiurc of liK nottftt]  (tl Ittj |
ii.iiithy him.
AtMO   tbt  Mill   IMh  dfcj   of   AiiH'l-l   UNIlhtl
Aiiniiiiiihiiioi win tirotwd wiui 'io duttflbu-
tion Ol Um Htltfl Inivliiir HfOpd tO tti.im. lliUUl
niy oi nbloh bo ih»U bbvo iw<i noUboi
Drtioil Kt rmiiiiiook, thi* imh <ln>of .htly,
tw.-i.
.1. I\ AliM«THONii,
(iflk'lnl AdmiiilRlr«tor
NOTICE.
MOl'ICKlH hereby given Unit ulrtty days
attar dote 1 Intend to apply to tin- Chief Commissioner of Lftnda. and Work;, for porml^nlon
t* purcbue thu followlni: drncrlhod landn
iltMM In South u>t Kootenay: i-ommenclnf-at
tbe MrtiWMt corner of Lot No wj. Group 1,
40 obalnii, thenoe south m obatnn.
•Ut •> ebnlns, thenco north to chain*,
north 40 cl
t«t JprptelA*. UMnce south «0 chnttn.
t#Aan^.iiii^ wmtb « ehaltu
 ilMttnlntnirWOioirMMoro
SAVE TIME
ALL   THE    TIME
SEATTLE.  TACOMA
AND ALL
I'acil.c   Coast   Points
ST. MUL, CKICIBO. IEW TNI,
AND
ALL POINTS EAST
Pnletre and Touriet
Blppiwre. Buffet..
Llbrnry Cere. MMern
U*y OomrhM.
Dininy Cain..
MKII.S   A    l.»   . »l»T»
Beit  Meals  an Wheels
2FA.«T   rttADITI r,
K,,t.T   tNll  ivirm- i,,tll \     j£
For full pflft'''"1'.". ratee,  fotdan
fir*., .-all o,i ,.,' 'itLlrcj...
-1.   TtRKTM, .: H  l-.A.,
M.'ntilp. Wseli.
ii im.vMir..' i> st.a.. H|ioknnu.
Yoin- attuntloii   Is  uallotl  to    the
-Pioneer Limited" trains of Mm "Mft-
waukeeA .st lJ«nl lliiilwtiy '' "Thp iStitif11-   *
parteut li-aiiw In I lie woi>Wj"      Ctetlt Of
You will tlnd it Uoeirablu lo nu>nn -
thoiio trains whim \'iiitiir to any point lu
the Eastern .Stai.'s or Canada.   Tlmj
ooanect   with    nil    Tranecontlnontat
TiafaM aad all Tieket   Ae^nw sell
fat ra.«BM iaronaaHau,
atavaakaaji-Tteket Afentor
n k tmm,     h. s,
*,
m
!
p
I THE PROSPECTOK  CRAtfBROuK
AIK.U8T
rnniinnn/uiruinririnnnnnnjs^nrinnnjin^^
Imperial Bank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED   14.000,000
CAPITAL .paid upi W.000,000
RRST ACCOUNT J3.000.000
Mc .ici    OfHc«-    Toronto.
T. K. Ml.r.ll!Tl'. l'i---i'l'-nt   IL1: WII.KII-.. \ i.-.-l'r.
\t,i:.\"is   IN   ORKAT   RKFTATN   Lloyds   Bank    ,i
London.
1  I„l„'ll|l   Ullllkllll!   ItUsill.-s- 'I'lllli-lli'li-il
®he ympntoir. The Man Who
SATURDAV
IB
Likes to Fish
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COKlMERCE
l-.THK.MA>.      Jjg-
^*"f    ,,li„    It ill   la-    In-    *Wr-
♦1?TlflTlf|t|f|ltf||friTII1fl"ltlflTIHWIMT'tl1'
I   rtf*-AI     MCUUC     II   *T1**"5 „i„,   will i»-   in-  7*C~ wriajte-
L-WriL   IX6I1W.    3|   ^                   ^                               . „..,:.,,.. ..I i..,i s,-'tiei'i'-'ut to chiiiii
tallymAllelUilliamialalll"""!1*1"''- - ot llio Kootenai rtvel .,.". rttuniii]  10 rtiuine
am.       *      •                          mrm             sj     st ...-.-    -" ,i-,n.-    lOUth    W i ii.iilis j-.,-l. II	
Cranbrook  *ill   Celebrate'x 1S11H1&'    JL91CK16 noithMoim m.-i...... -i..............-..,-r,.
O ' -,i,u,i ,- in ell AM) acre, more oi leee,
Labor Day. Monday Sept. 4th.  ;    ..    .       ,,   ,      ■ ,.   ,    . wssiaBRscKENHttwa
'                '      r                      WtJ n.tw tvi'ils .mu Ivtils'H |M, ,,| ,. ,. i,.,,,; ... .vjeni,
different siaus and  the latest J^ '""'^!^         ;"
I  V.ll'lull
NOTICE.
I     un the  to I •Ul-
.-r-.cr,.--! inir-nti to ..j>piv to the Chiel Com-]
ni»lonerof Landaatut Woraeet  I'lotorta, n
:... •  . : ;,.. oartj -.-..iv
...i.    ....-I tto follovlnff .1. .!.....-. lenoj  In
Kaal Kootei "
ipwi narked.wai, ■      Paid-up Capital. $8,700,000 Reserve Fund. $3.S00.0(I0
HKAD OFFICE, TOKONTO
K E. WALKER, General Manage.        ALEX. LAIRD, Aeit, On i m...wk«
Couetablu  Dow  ot   Wardner.
was in town Friday,
Savings Ban! Department,    lni.-r.-s! allowed on di
Cranbrook Branch.        J. F. M. MNKHAM. M
c\rtn/uinriJuu\/uuu-./i/ui/tJinjuu\Juuuui^
DOMINION EXHIBIT
1908      September  27  to October  7
Km al Atrri.-'iltiiiin
i.nn Imlti
1905
John McDonald, Bayard, ..as
' in town Wednesday
.it'  Caaipbell, Victoria  was
iu tin- i-itv Tuesday
Otlo  llniiyli. 'it l-.ilt'n. was lu
ton .i Tuesday mi business,
,-... Jewel ,ii .Ini'ii'in   »,.s hi
iiu-,",i. Muiiilat ..a business,
sit l.-s. strong I ..it. s
weights,   'I!   kinds   '>t
and  lli'.'ks ,-t,.     Ml
right prices,
,- auspices ui t In
si via1 Society
New Westminster, B.C.
Stupendous atiil comprehensive array ol  K\
iiihits representing the resources ot all i lanadtt
:.   ,00i ,?t2TSio?-        S1
'1'i.t    'I'm.
. juii printing.
Prospec ton
It Church,  was registered nt
the Cranbrook Sunday last,
NOTICE.
FHeS     SottoD . boreby given that ilurii tley efier
il m i  Inl i to applj i" iii-- Uhlel Comtiils-
ll the .lonet ot I...U.... end Worka and tbi ,\a»l..tout
i-.>uii.i: • I'.n.-i "i Land, "ii'i Work, foi ibi
Dletrlei ot i mi Ko itona) for . li, i n*. lo
mi--," I foi i ■'.,.i nd Petroleum nn ihe (ollot.
P.S.   Lei us serve you by mail ins ,i.--i-i.. ..,...!- aiiueiod,.., .u.1,,.,
, :,-,'l.      l.i.-l  ....■       IJollllB!    ..    I.    :;	
'liv A '1""!L-   P.     ^TTUlOrtM   Llceont-SomtK   II ■!.:■■•    IMU. Soutliisnii-rn
DC.A111C.  Oi   rtlCnlOUi-   port tHrUl.bOoIu «
U/hnro    |.   DauC    In    Itoul . ..li; 1.,,-,n I r i; ., I planted li,-.r III, .small,
nnere  It rays  IO  Ileal. Kootenai PaeeTrell  end  nl ibree mil."
ir.ia, tbe need -i   Ikarolne en ok    tteli
_  .,«rtm     '   Ul I PO  ' .-'■:.. I. ■'    t*. l-i -■■-. s . iu,-.,    :,t.,l
ONLY THB BE8T FOR THE WEST -,„....m,,,,.. .-., ,.,.. ,.:.....- ra«
post   tbeneo j. iii, si chain,   theno. eeet -.'
cheiii*, ihettoi aolltll - n.   ibi - i*e treel si
MoOlary's Kootenay stet-lr- Ktmge ebeinitoun i :•..- »oi «•
n 0 D   ,:„i,   0 Ina In thi   whole ovn       bund) l
i   Huge   Saooess   in    British ,„.,
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ibblll ll AT  THE FOLLOWING nATES
115 and under..        1 cenrt
Over  S5 end not e.ceedinE $10     litems
-   Slu " S30     10 cente
"    $30       " " $50.,.,      15 cente
rtieac Onlera art-  I'llMlblc lit  Par .tl .Ml) oflls-.: Ill luliajlt ,)l a llluttcictl
llank, (Yukon axceptad) .mil at tha prfaGlDal banking polnti in the I'.illcil
Mates. eaaotuau .. i ran .... .,
THE CANAUIA> HANK OF COJUllRCB, LONDON   BMG.
They lurm an ticcllcut u.cthud ol rcuilltlnx auuill <unu ul uiuuaji
with siil.-n and at email Mat.
I'oluuibia.
W
nlMoni
11    Trumbull,    HuusdaU
. was in town Sundttv last.
Enhi
spac
grounds
lilditijjs.
now,    han.Is..in.
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS In   BOWlsg
Bating. Br.mthu "Bustmu-." Military ParnU,-
ROYAL IRISH OUAKDS „u.l Other Fauioua Bnmln
GRAND   WATEK   CARNIVAL    P»r«.|,    jl   Prilfci-r    rivvr
patrol  bout.. H M    wtrahiiis. Iiidinii war i-*iiio,:». ft,
Ind-.nn Sports.
For all Information writs W, H   KEARY. Secretary
New  W.-atmilist, i. B C
nu  baeroase,
-.11.1   Ex.-rriB^e
T. ii. Proctor,  Nelson
Cronbroolt Monday,
.1   Stevenson, Cri
Home I ■' atevenson, i restou, wns it
igut-ii nt the Cranbrook Wednesday
Harry Drew, proprietor of tbe
- North Star Hotel,Kimberley wns
■ ti town mi buslnoss Wednesday.
Manage
Cozad's Famous
California Show
Will Exhibit In Cranbrook On
FRIDAY. AUGUST 18TH
t * ml.-r Mammoth VVnlorproof Tents
.1 W Beelan, Spokane, nas
registered at tin- Cosmopolitan
I Monday
	
.1  Gouplll,   proprietor ul   the
IManhattan Hotel,   Moyiewasin
on business.
.1  i;
[anhr
iCranbrooli Monday
Grand Street Parade at 12 O'clock
Be Sure and See It
Mr, and Mrs. J. ti. Scott, Win
nipeg, were guest al the Cranbrook Monday.
Oliver BuiaiK was down from
IPerrj creelt Wednesday on business,
i.iuii!   Ai      Cranbrook      on
Monday lo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
. Leask, a daughter,
liuail Superinteuduul .\lu.-l<i.y
sat s thai In- will have the streets
1,1 Cranbrook m a presentable
condition before Labor Day.
.1. S i.'.uifi-.ilisti-i.-i passenger
auniii for C P. R, with hi>nil
quartet's at Nelson, teasatCran-
brook Wndnesday.
Mr and Mrs. W T Ried, ..ud
Mis D. 11. Walker, Mrs, Prest
and Cecil Prest were outing at
Perrv creek this week.
Willi
Mfg. •
their Range advertising for the ] a«;
fal
are s|,.-
I,.HI"    •!   I    ' |l    ',   i.    IDti "
,i I ..iv. ,t j Pi ten ii Uocetoi
\. n, .-i... nl. en tbal &0deye eliei 'i^n-
! In- M.t'la I'V   ' Intend !•■ apply to ttieCklet Commti lonei
''   Laii'i-. end Work.end the aaetetanl Cno	
i . ut   London. Onl   stm-i   ,.„„,,,,.,     |» end Wnrtu lor ine Dletrlei ol
'in,   ;,.:  .i  t.li --ii-,- to proenocl foi
i'i..,!; i.  pL-troleuinon llii tollovlnBdoaerloetl
trsiil.- ami wc notice thai lh",V
lend.      muted  on   tkemlna ,-r.-.-!:     tlelns
.ali/.iiiL- "ii their famous aOuttiotendadlolnlnBEdia-inJ.Potenwn-eolaln
illia ;   r i:    - -ri.    .i-i. ■ ti   [itirt ...i   il   llrillal.
Kootenay   Stoel   Rango.   This i„|Umi,i„
Range wns built for the trade of   oomniem.ii  i-..-i ptenim u,-,- me
s,.i.ii; If ii ■ ]•...   i-ri .1 ;,:.i .' Hn. i   mlloe
the   nesl   aim    takes   Us   name from tni   .. .„, .,,   tkamlne oreek. oelnBtm
from the West    This fact alone i."""1 .-•■ ": :■'-"■ '■ Kerr, cieim, .....
. .    innrln .   !•!   .-   l.   Ken -   norlhwi '   i orni 1
proves   the    Itnportiinc.!    «itii ,,..,  .,.„,,   . ,., „, ,i,h,„. ,„,.,„ , .1
wli-i'li I'liini'la's l.il'l-'i'.si ii.aiiiilit'--  l'1,-;!-   ;-""  -tlisoeiioln.   1.in.-      ■ 1
turers in the   lvi-i   i- -uar.l
province.
Tim   • • K111.t, • 11:11" is indeed a
handsome and substantial look
ing range and is built to stand
ih
th
WEAK
ii;..it-u-ih- [il twdj beginntuti   -n-i noi ex-
""*'  di odd .   •-■ tin    '-1 -■     ii  hundi tl unil
fort] ri re
I...-  1 ■  I 1 .:■   IPlll   li":
' . . ■   I.   !m   1    UiMIUUil
Kilwlu J i'- lowon Aftent
Tin:
,.    KOOTKNA*!    l> NIK Al.    RAILWAY
v.m.-i h-inu nl work and at company.
line time  posj-t'sse.-- pvery     nu m
■ ■' uft ni iho Share-
modem iraprovHmenl  known in »' '     :';''"""»' "»n«*ciom.
1 pan) trill li    . Id .  Ibi In nd offlc. . 'nn brool
the  stove   world     It's mukers,  n.c etito.m m      - mu     im itos
the McClury Manufacturmsf Co . '" "™ ""■'"'"'-w ' '"" ,r"n-
action "1 other -■ ueml huiluce.
are well known in Br'.tish Uoltint     1,1 in .,.-,i,,,...i. n.c mia nih ,1.15-01
bia, httving tor manv years hod  *'
■     ■ IS    ...  'IM li'.NAI.l.   -ii ,. .', r v
a branch warehouse r.mi nfHt-n 111	
Vancouver.   This     branch    i
managed   bv   Mr. W. K. Drakt
(jltt.sses il worn  when first
...-. 1.-11. - ill save trouble.
\.,   - ,ii\ |...i 11 oil and put it oil:
If the Eyes Need Glasses, the
Sooner You Know it the Better
1-1,1-  la,III   \ 1.111
■ nil.I your l>ia'k..-l la
There is nothing gained in delay
-,.'.■ lis riL'nl awaj
Thmli   this
carefully
Jcwclcrw ni.I Graduate Opticians*
Ofllolnl Wui.-I. liisi„-,-:iii-s i'i,".'. N,-i ":,-, Dlvlsli m.l'.H
1. F. Tate & Son
I J. D. McBmde s
Shelf   / Heavy Hardware ♦
NOTICE.
S'utl .        ... i.-. : Iven Ihni r\xiy iluj - nfter
flnti   1  lbt< in: :■• nppls   i" 'I"' Hon the ' hlel
who is well and popularly known ,.,,,,.,, «-,.,,,,., ,,.„„..
to the  trade und  lias   built U|i tl   alotito purctiuse MO noresotlnndtntiioKntft
1 Kra.i. 11.1v uutrlct end ii..'." purtlrulnrl) .1. ■
tcrlbt-tt in    tollowi,    Commi niilns   a n jant
large    trade
McClary linfs
th.
annus
Slonk Quotfttioni-
t-'urnistiod   l.v   lifflif   .t  Kl«
Cranbrook, B.C.
Marconi Wir, I,.-.- ICeundlau)
Merconl Wtretce fAmcrlceui
Deforest WlreloSB reli rnptii
N,.rili Stnr
SUUlVBO 	
SI. Kiii;'-iii-	
RnmbterCerluoo....
Weetere Oil ai.u .:.»b'.	
tnternetlonel Goal .f-.k,.
Snltf.
Mr.   I'. T. McVittie  nf Kurt
Steele was a guest of the rpsi-
PRICKS:    Children n()c      Ailult> 7.->c. denoe of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mc
"     .^_ ^^,—= _—.  .— 1 iVittie this week.
■rM-I-l-t-t-t-M-l-:
•r
-:-
-l-l-i-l-'.-l-i-l -l-i I"l-M-
\
BUY
Western Oil and  (>o;tl
Also Sullivan Stocks
-        SEE        -
Beale & Elwell
Baker, St. Cranbrook, B.C.
For Lowest Quoutionis
W.   H      Robinson,     "Monte
•J* Carlo" who   lias   beon   visiting
% friends at Port Stoolr, returned
10 Edmonton Wednesday.
Tin' n*'\\ Presbyterian church I
i under construction is now framed
up and boarded in. It already
'has nn imposing appearance.
Stock Quotations
Furnished bj John iiimni-on I
brool;. D.C.
Thu folloirlnK are current prlcen
stoctu named ouii !>« [urnlahod.
Wltfiless Hitilwiiv.
Miiriotu (Csnadlnn)...
st. Eugeno	
Sorth St;ir	
Sulltvau. ....   ,
War BarIc    ,
Center Stnr
.lutubo (Itosaland.....
K     !
Mi
l-'ori Steele
I ns;.-in ror McConaiob Harvest-
j.,iniv Machinery. Those wanting
1 mowers, rttkes or repairs will bo
3.. supplied on application.
Chicken and grouse will be j
ripn on September 1. Dontgotl
um gay before that ilate, if you
iii. in,tl gel caught,  ii .vill cost
VOU   f."'11
Ii  is  reported that  Brecken-
ridge and Lund bnve secured a I
contract for iiu- building of sev- j
I'm! grain elevators iu Alberta, |
and :i IU.ni- mill at LubbrsoK
I MUSIC I
Mrc    Hi^lnn  teacher of THE
mrs. nibiup       pianoporte
Special attention to touch,
technique, phrasing nnd
(trading "t studios.
planted to mark the «outb wi k| eoniei ol T.W
Hingaj        .. ula 'i mid in>v 1 elufi two wllefi
northollm \f&r gtoop I nndaltouibnU amllfl
.-u-t .ii Elk riven thenee eaal 10obalna: thenc
■.':. M 1 bain -   them ■■ vn  ■ i ■ i lmlni, theuco
.   1, .     north ■■   ' Bins to Iho polm ol i-« frltintne.
' 1 Kit Rivr-i n «    June '.'it!. ; on
,1. ii. 'in.'Miri.i.
.1. n. Andcraou,   ivgeut.
NOTICE.
r'i TAKE NOTICE Ihal I Intend lo appl) u the
i;'        11,,-! Cnmmlatloner ol Lauda and World lor »
bpeolal 1. eonec to i at and carry away timber
from tho followluti deicrlbcd landa In South'
■•' 1 lati Kootenay DUtrlct British Columbia:
Commencing at a poat planted rorty cbalua
Eaal tithe Southwcatcorm rol C llungerlord
pollen's timber tlcenct thence south olghty
; chnlnai  thence   Weal   torty ehalni;  thence
Soutb forty chnlna; ihenee Wosi lortyebulns;
Co.  Criiu i thence Nortb eighty > bolns; ihenee Kust forty
i chains; thenee North forty chains tht net Eaal
u wni''ii tin-! fort) I'Uiitns to place ol beginning.
Dated thti S8th. 'Ihj ul.Iiir.i-. 1906.
*.jj,i P. (lungerford Pollou,
',,. 2H Uocator.
NOTICE.
TAKE NO! IOE tlm! l intend to apply tovhe
| Chief Commissioner o( Lands and Wroks for a
Sjh i Inl Lleence lo i ut and carrj away timber
from ihe following deacrlbed landa In South-
eaai Kootenay District; Britlfh Columbia.
;   con.nu Qceln*' nl .• poal planted nt the 7-mllo
; post on Ui- woatt m boundary <>f im l(Wl Qroup
l, thena   Worn  eight)  ebalna;  th*:ticf» South
,, bl)   . bains;    tbeni t   Easl i Ighty ehalni;
tbcnrn Nortb elfrhty ehain* i" place of begin-
1 nine
Dated tin- 84th. day ol June, lfllfi
*.'. Hungerford Pollen,
s9 Locator.
HoT WKA'I'MKK GOOUtS
Oil     Sto%c»,
Freezers.
Ice      C renin
i
*
i
,i (iniinti v..ui-.    Cooking I tonsils    a
Foi I .i.'lu Cooking.
t
Imperial   oil   Co.   Lubricating  mul a
9 Illuminating oil?.. 9
^♦♦*****«****»t»-***«****»**
Central
I Hotel
KObtRl JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦    Marysville. B.C.    ♦
The leading Hotel of tha St. Mary's Valley
Nice airy munis, newly rwnished Table as good
us unv in Kootenay
GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS
L  CLAPP
W.  KOI.UN'S
NOTICE.
I 1KB MiTH'l  Ihi ■ I n.i-iiil loeppl; lothej
For tiarticularr,npply toC. K ll--i-i >v ,' ..!■:.'.ji.it.ji—,,.t..-r.,: i.;nn. ..i,,i \\,.rns ii,rn
Th   !>■■•.,'-i ''''*'  ll1-"1"  l ;"M1 corry ewiiy tlmbet
.... in,-    rujrffie -. from tbo fotloitlne ... .nia.i lend. luSoulli-
— . .:, ■ 1....1, iui, lii-'ii.-  Ilrll! -, ■ ii-  .i.i.;.,
ConunonetHK ol a post filnntod forty chaini
outhoi ni s,.nfl .....oornor -•:.' Hangerford
Pollon    t *'■ i.:,--:,'-- ihonei   North eignty
\ ibalnei  thenee  Woet oighti  chetne; thence
-i;i;v    ■ Southetghtyt hnlnei tbonoi  i-.n-i elghtj ehaim
',. pll I '« 1-lllllillU.
Dstod in!- .-ni.   .;., ol June IWS
ilil note
.-, lontli
!•
..: iSin.f.i.N-n
STOCK
,.,n-l tn l|,c
Baker Street,      Cranbrook, B.C
III
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hoi Air
I
"I** r*i**i   ."• •****"*» **1*
HILL 6c CO.
li you wani ii refrigerator buy
May cook's dry air patent Refrigerator guaranteed to keep pro-
].]„].|„;-;,.|.|.,]..l„;.j. i visions better   than any other
j soM ii. ( ranbrook.
We challenge to ;i lest trial
our refrigerator agalnsi any
other :" the extenl o!' 850.00.     '-
Splendid troul   Bshing is
re-
Ladies' and Mensii:        :
Furnishers.
THE
Great Sale
IS STILL ON AT
GranbrooK's Greatest store
HILL. St CO.
S«. 17of the Flortipnltural Board .\c\ whloh
rt« a - follov ■
So ... i-.p, flrui ■ i t»ri>orotloti thai] • unagt
■.,- contln it in the bualnaati ■■( ■-• tllne tu
"princloal, .f.'-nt. fotloltor. ni othontlstj,
'■within tiif Province, (mil ireos, plants, nr
"nursery atook, or of importttii] foi »alo, fruli
"trooti, plnnta or nuraory stock into tiif I'm
v:i,t,. viihi.-ii amt ha>lnRObtaIo*(l n licence
"to carry on tmoh hualnrxs in tht Provinen n-
"ln ihif Act providcU' ■
\ I u ■■-..).- :.mi"fnizHi in H'H numery stock
In this Province aw-riHiulrtHl by their princl-
palf, or by thcniKolvoh to ilnpoiit bontlK. In the
Dopartmnut ol Am-lculturo, Victoria, ror On
Wm. It Harvey,   Looato
NOTICE.
TAKE SOTII B that I Intona to apply to tlio I
i llili I Commlaaionor ol Lmids and Worki for a
Special rJcen, b to cm and carrj away timber:
from tho following doaorlbod landa in South*
eaai Kootenay Ulatrlct, British Columbia:
Commenclnn ai n \hm plnntcil lorty chains
v." i ..' ih.- Southeast corner of Wm. tl.
Ham j - '.ii '-i . in. m c thence Wi si aldhty
chalna; thenee South oighty chains; ibenoe
laaatelahtychains: thonco N'orthcliihty ohalns I
to plaec ol beginolng.
iv if! this Wh. das of Juno, WOfi
r.lllan Harvey,
Ucatoi
Comfortable Bedrooms
First Class Diniut; Koom
HEADQUARTERS   FOB TOURISTS AND OLD TIMERS
U   St. Alary s j faithful performance of their obligation*. Tho
Thi:   tish   ftrs  public is thorcforc prarnod not to purobaauJ
Larcre and numorous and take the hurwty*l0Cl(BM0,H ,rm",lnIy iU'L,"'""i per*
ii        -. i • i*4 i sons.
fly with ffreal avidity. „.., )fUl,.M,mr,, rtiouiture
-■~— i)*i|tiirini*:m ni fa ricnltun
,.-      . .   , • id *n..»,      Vb'torla. 88th July, lWtt,
W.   Atohisoti  and Koss  into j.n.axdbbson
won1 at Bull river  this week ou, r>cputj Mintncc"otAb-rkmitun
afishingtCip.    They report hav« ill Secretary,
Ing good tuck aud returned with'
a ftne string of trout. notice.
Notice U hareby (fivon tbal thlrij dnya niter
date i mum. to apply to the Chief Commts-
-inni-i ofLandffftnd Wotla nl Victoria for :t
Llcenu to ptoapoct for Con 1 and Petroleum on
the follqwlnu tlmcrtliad  landa   In  ■ tbefttl]
Kootenay.
«'inimtii'iii" nl ti I'i'si planted nimtii  08)
•TiBiii.-i-i. mllnAonstot Moni-tv .it niook No.
iwa, and nt the Routhwost corner or Mary
Fanny's claim, tbenoe south 80 ohnlni., tiicnco
Kinoeu   head  f)i work horses, ! east Wehnlnr, thonoe north mi ohalDH thonco
,   ,- , „.-,-.        \i        1-   weal bo obalna to piacr ol hrKtnntt.il    *Phl«
woiglit l,1S0to 1,680.    Also 15L„lnwoil ,lim„„^08lcJ ■ „'"« ^       PERRY & FITZGERALD
m>l   ul    httfllOSS.       For   turthor »t Spotami. WMh„ um known a. one nf tho 1 p,.,„„.|,.in,. ,.i,,,.
Baokott urouti, .      i ...i'i.. n.i-,111 nn-
„^Vs^T','SKAV ■ Cranbrook Cartage and Transfer Co
108. n.it.1. Agont      i Oltlcu oppusit.
THE
The   King   of  the   Road
DRAYING" overalls
OSs
For Railroad Men
tUcltanles, Pntttiora, Sportatuonl
To hool ;itii! softoti ili«- t-iitn and remofi
greuae. "il and ruit .-.talus. ;;:ini andoorth
etc   ■'•■ -Tin-   MaBtcr Mechanic'**'  Tar Honp
: Albert Tnlloi Soap On.. Vttn
Horses Tor Sale
Wo have beou in Lho business
for several years, we have the!
jbnst oquipmoni in B.C. and wo
| guarantee -satisfaction
About mat piano
Wo urn the authorized agents
for the removal ofMaaontS Bisoh
Pianos, wo can do the work without risk.     Also Household Pur-
tiutiii-i'
Union Made
|pai-ttciilfti's apply t"
UK. C W. CROSS,
Cranbrook, B.C
ii
Uncd Horrltny Mine. Aiju'tsm. iguj    as ! C-P-K. Depot,
I'lium.- (13.
MEN'S STRAW HATS
At Half Price
Reid & Co.

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