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CRANBROOK, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 19QG.
No. 8.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
Of Interest to Those Engaged in
the Development of the Mining Industry of Southeast
Kootenay.
P. Burns St Co. are arranging
for the purchase of another mining property, the Broadview,
situated near Ferguson.
The gross mineral production
of British Columbia will not fall
far short of $20,000,000 for 1905,
a gain of better than a million
dollars over 1904.
It is reported that the North
Star mine at Kimberley will
onoe more be placed on the list
of shipping mines.
Work has recently been commenced on the Mystery claim,
which is situated on Whitefish
crook. It ft being done at a
point at which it is believed will
best demonstrate where to do
the main work. The railway
outlook for the St. Mary's district is now looking brighter
than over. ..    .    ...
Information has been received.
from Perry creek, of an^ Important strike of rich gold quartz.
The property is owned by M.
Schilling and others.    . ...
Because of the upward'trend
of copper, as well as the promising of many partially developed properties in the St. Mary's
district, a remarkable interest is
being taken in Southeast Kootenay copper properties.
Indications for mining activity
in Southeast Kootenay during
1906 are exceedingly bright.
New companies are coming in,
antl extensive preparations are
being made to commence active
wurk. und the older companies
are gradually extending their
operations.
Clias. A. Mackay is expected
home from Nelson next week,
when he will begin at once doing
some work on the submarine
mining proposition of which he
is one of the promoters. The
company will soon be organized.
—Moyie Leader.
When the ice on the lake gets a
little thick several carloads of
ore will be hauled across from
the Aurora and shipped to the
smelter. The property is looking well and the small force of
men is making good progress
with development.-Moyie Leader
Lead has declined two points
on the London market since last
Friday. Silver is unchanged on
both English and American
market since Saturday, being
still quoted at 65 5-8 cents.
Copper has grown Hrmer but
made no advance.
There is no shortage of silver-
lead ores at the St. Eugene or
Sullivan group of mines. Those
two proportios are considered to
be the largest silver-lead producing mines in Canada.
The K.C.R-A Correotion
Kdituk Tim Prospector i
Sir,- 1 lliink your "grapevine"
lo'egraph lino must have hud un
I'XIrii kink in it last week,for tln>
pretended quotation from a letter
of Sir Thos, Shuuglinossy is
reully no quotation at all. The
words used were not such as you
have published;and atany rateit
wa-* scarcely fair to me to make
t appear, as your article does,
that, .you had the information you
have given from 'me, or given to
ynu by my authority. I cannot,
without, permission of the writer,
give you a corrected quotation:
but it will be no breach of
confidence lo say that the letter
as far as il goes is quite satisfactory to the people of Fort
Steele; gives no countenance to
the deceptive map business; and
is altogether fair to Cranbrook.
"Cast not your pearls before
swiuc." It seems though I huve
. been doing thut; for both your
fellow editor, he of the Herald,
a id yourself, sir, have by changes
in punctuation *nd lining,  been
trying to "got tlio laugh" on me
in the republication of the
concluding paragraph of my
recent letter to the Nelson News.
The quarrel was between tho
Herald man and myself; aud he
might fairly have been considered
entitled to try his little trick of
misquoting, since he had no
other defence; a trick to be
thought "smart" south of the
Line perhaps, but scarcely
honorable among Canadian newspaper writers. Why though
should you have "chipped in"
and improved upon, or rather
made worse the sorry trick of
your fellow editor.' I had hopes
that your long residenoe in Fort
Steele had given you a better
editorial training.
Yours always for a joke when
a good one.
Hugh Watt, M.D
Re-Sir Thomas Shaughnessy's
letter, will say that our informant had the pleasure of reading said letter, and that tho text
of said letter was as reported in
The Prospector. As to why
we "chipped in" we can only say
lhat us a citizen of Cranbrook,
acting upon the advice contained
in your letter, we retired to the
privacy of our closet, turned on
an electric headlight of a coming
Kootenay Central locomotive,
and the panorama, "that we
saw" was several "hogs" not
residents of Cranbrook—Ed.
CRANBROOK  GITT   ELECTIONS
Aldermen  and   Sohool  Trustees
Eleoted   for 1906.
The election of six aldermen
and three school trustees was
held on Thursday which resulted
as follows:     ,   •
VOTE FOR ALDERaMEN
J, P. Fink 1(12
James Greer 147
D E. Murphy 151
Jos. Jackson 17(1
G. P. Tisdale .127
James Ryan 143
H. Hickenbotham lift
A. Doyle 112
Vote for School Trustees
Jas. A. Harvey 155
W. T. Reid 144
E. Elwell 137
P. D. Hunt 123.
E. D. Johnson 9S
The total number on the list
was 300 names, of these 249 cast
their  ballots, the remaining 51
electors being non residents or
absent from the city.
The old council wilh tho single exception of H. Hickenbotham were re-elected. The new
member being James Ryan.
The election was keenly contested, a number of aldormauic
candidates being early at the
polls and remaining there until
the poll were closed. A huge
number of sleighs wore engaged
in conveying lady voters to aud
from tho polls. The result of
the election disclosed a number
of surprises, especially to tho
"Csar" and his friends.
The personal of tho council is
all that It should bo, Bvery member being largely Identified with
the upbuilding uf Iho oily, and
thorough business man, The
new council has received the un-
qualified approval of I huso who
have llie besl, Interests of llio
city al heart, they are in,mi that
are above petty jealousies, men
that will give to the oily a good
clean and wholesome government
Mayor G. T. Rogers was elected Tuesday by acclamation, Mr.
Rogers, who was elected as first
mayor of Cranbrook. and who
now succeods himself as mayor
for a second term, is well qualified for the office. Ho is a
thorough business man, and has
been a resident and merchant of
Cranbrook for a number of years,
and his re-election by acclamation is a proof of tho high esteem
in which ho is hold by the citizens of Cranbrook,
For candy sweets of all kinds,
fresh every day, go to the Sugar
Bowl on Armstrong avenue.
FINISH CITY BUSINESS
Last Regular Meeting of City
Council—Report of Finance
Committee.
The City Council of 1905 held its last meeting on Thursday
evening, January llth, and completed their work. All accounts
up to December 30th were settled, and a small balance remains in
the city treasury.
Minutes of adjourned meeting of the Council held on January
11'h, were read and approved. There were present His Worship,
Mayor Rogers, Aldermen Fink, Greer, Murphy, Hickenbotham
and Jackson.
The Board of Works submitted a report showing work that
had been done by this committee during their term of office, with
suggestions for the incoming committee.
It was moved by Alderman Murphy, seconded by Alderman
Fink, thut the report of the Board of Works be received and tiled.
The Health and Relief Committee then submitted their report
which was received and filed.
The Finance Committee submitted their report, receipts and
expenditures for their term of office, with other information for
the incoming committee. On motion this report was received and
filed.
The fire and police committee submitted their report.
It was moved by Alderman Jackson, seconded by Alderman
Hickenbotham that the accounts submitted by the Finance Committee, amounting to $(i59 be paid.
Tho Council then adjourned.
Report of Finance Committee.
The Hon. Mayor and Council:—
We beg to submit the following report. From November 22nd, 1905, to January 12th, 190ti, there were held eight
regular and five special meetings of the Council.
The receipts and expenditures between the above dates were
as follows:
RECEIPTS
Rebate from Government accouut Trade Licenses     %
91.67
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Liquor
" "
333.33
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Real Estate taxes
488.90
Trade License issued by City
437.00
Liquor   "           "       "    "
1075.00
Police Court
10.00
Interest allowed by Imperial Ba:
nk on bal
ance
2.65
t
2438.55
EXPENDITURES
Police Court
* 312.35
Incorporation and first election
771.52
Salaries
419.15
Furniture and Fixtures
050.41
Printing
4.00
Stationary and Postage
147.80
Expense
40.20
Police Supplies
74.02
Insurance
10.00
Fire Department
67.25
Fire Equipment
59.50
Balance in Imperial Bank
282.35
t 2438.55    $ 2438.55
The City Officials and salary of same are ns follows:
Clerk per month $ 85.00
Solicitor "      " 75.00
Treasurer "       " 15.00
Chief of Police        .        "       " 85.00
One Patrolman "      " 70.00
One Jailor "       " 35.00
Polico Judge "       " 40.00
The Fire Brigade is composed of eighteen volunteer men and
chief, they receive compensation as follows:   Chief l|fi.50 for each
cull or practice, tiromeu $1,25 for each call or practice.
Respectfully submitted
.1. P. Fink
Chairman of Finance Committee.
The Coal Output.
Tho output of coal at the minos
for the weok ending Friday,
Ian. 12th, was as follows:
TONS.
Coal Creek 11,539
Michel I',,l!14
Carbonado 1,808
Total 18,016
Have Bonded Mining Claims.
Mr. F. LeVlck has bonded the
following mineral claims situate
on White Fish creek, a tributary
of tho north fork of tho St,
Mary's river.
Surprise, Mystery, Alice and
Thistle mining claims from
Robert Dewar. Tho Good Hopo
Two lips, Blue Peter, Rose,
Maud, Wheel of Fortune und
Amster from C. H. Pollen, and
the Atlin from Duncan Dewar.
.Mr. Levick is acting for a syti-
tlicu'.e of Colorado capitalists,
who are all mining men of ex
perienco,
A force of six men arc al, work
jOii the Mystery claim, and the
force will be increased as soon
as tho necessary supplies can be
put in.
Mr. Thos Rookes, the popular
und efficient manager of the
Fernie hotel, is resigning Ins
position lo lake effect about the
end of the month. It, will be a
long time before the Hotel Fornie
secures a better man to look
niter llie comforts of its gnosis
than Mr. Rookes. Wo hope Mr.
Rookes will remain a Fernie
citizen and keep his sunshine with
him.—Fenie Ledger.
("Iood skating at the Columbia
rink.
Market Conditions.
A good crop of ice is being
harvostod.
The lumbering industry is pro
gressing and a considerable
amount ot lumber is being
shipped to the new provinces.
London quotations for silver
continue to advance.
A fair amount of business was
transacted in the city during the
past. week.
But little trading was shown
in the stock market.
Future development work in
mining is regarded as encouraging-       	
Fraternal Order of Baglei.
Cranbrook Aerie No. 9117,
Fraternal Order of Eagles hold
their regular weekly meeting in
Patmore Hall ou Thursday evening. Tho following officers were
installed:
W.P.—C. Ross Tate
W.V.P.-L. Theobald
W. C.-J. Bam brick
S.-A. M. Black
T.—C. E. Moffatt
W.C.—W. Stewart
I.G.—B. Lind
O.G.—T. Cole
Trustees—J. E. Davis, J. Bam-
brick and George Geuogon.
Aerie Physician--Dr. Connolly
After the installation, the retiring W. P., J. h. Davis, was
presented with a handsome gold
chain.
The regular weekly meetings
of the F. O. E. are held every
Thursday evening in Patmore
Hall. '
LOCAL NEWS.
F. D. Becker of Calgary was
in the city Thursday.
G. E. Fisk, Portland, Ore., was
in town Wednesday.
J. McNeil, Lethbridge, was in
the city Wednesday.
D. R. Yates, of Bayard, was a
Cranbrook visitor Wednesday.
J. A. Harvey was at Fernie
Thursday on legal business.
F. S McMahon of Moyie was
in the city Wednesday.
J. A. Arnold was at Marysville Monday on business.
E. A. Hill of Moyie was a
Cranbrook visitor Sunday last.
T. T. McVittie, P.L.S., of
Fort Steele   was  in  the  city
Thursday.
Wm. Stewart of Morrissey
was a Cranbrook visitor for
several days this week.
Superintendent of roads D.
McKay was at, Fernie Friday inspecting roads, trails and bridges
A. J. Campbell of Port Arthur
was a guest of P. M. Carruthers j
during the early part of this
week.
Frank McCool, proprietor of
the Royal hotel at Fort Steele
Junction, was in Cranbrook
Monday.
Alex. Lucas, assessor for the
Kootonoys, who has been at
Cranbrook for several days, loft
ou Friday for Fernie to attend a
Court of Revision.
If your Sewing Machine turns
hard, drops stitch, breaks
noodles or stitch. Those wishing machines examined leave
trilers at clothing department
CC, Stores.
Wm. O'Hrien, Lethbridge, B.
Gordon. Nolson, R, Forbes, Calgary, J, Wilson, Toronto and R.
B. Wright of Nolson, woro registered at tho Cranbrook Sunday
lasi.
The first annual ball of the
Order of Railway Telegraphers
was held at Wentworth Hall on
Friday evening of last week,
some fifty couples were present,
and all say that it was a most
enjoyable event.
Special re-opening services
will be held in tho Methodist
Church next Sunday morning
and ovening. Rev. G. W. Dean
of Nelson will bo tho speaker.
Tiie choir will render a few
special anthems und a general
song service will bo held. New
pews have been placed in the
church and a few alterations
made and is thereby much im
proved. Sunday will be a special
duy uud all are invited.
His Honor Judge Wilson lefl
on Thursday train for Nelson.
J. F. Doble of Vancouver was
a guest at the Cranbrook Friday
The uew city council will be
sworn in on Monday evening.
St. Eugene stock is now selling on the Toronto market at
61 ceuts.
J. J. Binns of Vancouver was
registered at the Cranbrook
Friday.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. F.
Simpson, entertained a large
number of friends to a tea party.
Born At Fort Steele, Friday
January 19th to Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Chisholm a daughter.
K. W. Wright of Nelson was
registered at the Cranhrook
Friday.
Constable Corey Dow of Wardner was in the city Thursday on
legal business.
Don McKay drove over from
Fort Steele Thursday on business.
G. Thompson, Boston, Mass.,
was a guest at the Cosmopolitan
Wednesday.
H. E. Martin, and C. M.James
of Vancouver were at Cranbrook
Wednesday on business.
M. Durick, come down from
Marysville W'ednesday on business.
J. F. Pringle, Spokane Junction, was doing business at
Cranbrook Wednesday.
F. W. Godfrey, Calgary, was
registered at tho Cosmopolitan
Wednesday.
H. E. Stockton, A. J. Bates
and W. Kennedy of Fernie were
in the city Wednesday.
Born—At Cranbrook, Mon
day January 15th to Mr. and
Mrs. B. Goodfield, a daughter.
A. P. Chenelte of the Royal
hotel Marysville was in the city
several days this week.
M. B. King left on Thursday's
train on a business trip to
Alberta.
James  Cronin,   of   the St.
Eugene mine  was  in the city
during the early  part  of this
week.
Finches have bought oul the
Vancouver confectionery store
and will put iu au oyster parlor
in addition to their present
business.
Geo Urquhart of Wilson Creek
Wash., was in tbe city Friday.
Mr. Urquhart was in the district
io the early days, and is the
owner of mining property in the
St. Mary's district.
A very pleasant time was
spent on Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Nobles when
about twenty invited guests assembled and were entertained by
tha hostess. After a couple of
hours pleasant chat, songs and
readings, refreshments were
served. All thoroughly enjoyed
themselves.
Hooky at Fernie.
A series of friendly games has
been arranged between Fernie,
Moyie and Cranbrook Yesterday afternoon a strong aggregation loft town to play Fernie, at
8 p. m The boys are fooling
confident of victory. The lino
up is as follows:
LUMBERING
>. McConnell
goal
W. Greer
point
K. Patton
cover
C. Prest
rover
C, Graham
Center
P. Chapman
loft wing
T. Gnllon
right wing
A. Hamilton went
with thorn
as spare man.
The Metal Market.
Staples Company Opens Tarda in
Territories.
The Staples Lumber Company
has opened a yard at Calgary.
The manager told the Herald:
— "We have organised a lino
yard company to engage in the
retail business in Alberta in
rather an extensive way, and
have now about fifteen branches.
Our headquarters will be
Calgary.
Otis Staples is Ihe president
and principal stockholder in the
new compauy. His interests are
largely in British Columbia,
controlling very large timber
limits in the Easl Kootenay
district, also an up-to date sawmill and thoroughly equipped
logging railroad, several locomotives and a train of cars.
It has been Mr. Staples, idea
from the time that he first engaged in manufacture of lumber
in this country, that the best way
to servo the consumer was to become interested in yards in the
territory that furnishes the
market, "It is our intention to
meot tho demand of the consumer
and with that idea in view wo will
handle in connection with
lumber products, lime, brick,
coal and in some of the towns
wagons, carriages and agricultural implements. We will also
buy the product of the farmer,
either his grain, dairy product or
beef, and what he does not care
to take iu what we have to soil,
■we will pay cash for. This part
of the business will bo handled in
a wholesale way at our Calgary
headquarters. I have visited all
the principal towns of Alberta
during the past three months,
aud when I started on my trip I
thought that the chances for the
lumber business next your were
very fair, but now I know that
they are good. We will handle
the product of other mills as well
as that of the Staples Lumber
Company."—Herald Revelstoke.
New Looations.
The following locations were
recorded at the government
office this week:
The Notre Dame—Located on
Huckleberry mountain, recorded
by N. McLeod Curran.
Wellington Fraction No. 1—
Located on Sullivan mountain,
recorded by D. Roy.
Moyie Stnr—Located on the
west side of Moyie lake, recorded by Atmie Fortior.
Cranbrook Industry.
It is not often that a city of
the sise of Cranbrook can compete with old firms but the Sash
and Door Factory of this place
has won a high position in the
minds of good workmen, this
woek, when they placed the new-
pews iu the Methodist Church.
For comfort and appearance and
workmanship those compare
favorably .villi the very best.
They have proven thai there Is
no longer any need of leaving
East Kootenay for church pews.
They may well be proud of their
work.
After two days of falling
pricos, silver and lend both
advanced yesterday. Silver
giiined three points on both
London and Now York markets
und is now quoted ut 1151-2 cents.
I Lead recovered two points in
| Luudou aud if quoted at £1612s lid
Opening of Gymnasium Boom.
The above room will bo for-
uially opened on Monday evening when an exhibition of basket
hall (Banks vs. C.P.R.) will be
givon and a hand hnll mulch,
Fire Brigade vs. ,1. Fink and J.
P. Westman Club swingiug by
Mr. Sairllo, and several other
items of interest. An orchestra
of ubout 15 pieces will furnish
music. His Worship Mayor
Rogers will open the building.
Refreshments will bo served und
u general good timo spent. From
then on the noms will run with
full swing. Lot all come and inspect the working.
Mon's meeting Sunday afternoon at 3:15, all men should attend.   Orchestra iu attendance. THV. PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK   B.C., JANUARY 20, 1901!
L. CLAPP
W. ROLLINS
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
Cranbrook) B.C,
Lighted   By   Electricity
Heated By Hot Air   -
jj»yi        >»,-»                    ■ sisrhl "! Ihe fncl thai  Southeast
OttjC ^rO0p«aOt, Kuotuuu*    with   ....   wonderful
established ta*.-. mineral and lumbering resources
■ A. B. Grace-, niusl <-..ii,<• to tho front.
PUBLISHER   AND   EDITOR ...
 i    The proper facilities ol  trans It will pay those who are
«t,ein»s<«ct<.v. s":::rr,",z„« ~'n8""" '	
make successful mining possible,
and without which  inuuy   losses     Jim    McArthur
.mmnimiiiiiwwimaaan«m.iimmmmiaaimuiiimmmin.
SATUKDAY, JAN. 20, WOO.
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ON'T   kick     Tho   newiy are incnn-ed, which under favor
elected   t-iiy  council   is
.ii,!,.   circumstances   mmlil    '»
Comfortable Bedrooms
lirst Class Dining Room
HEADQUARTERS   FOR TOURISTS AND OLD  TIMERS    Ijust the men  to faithfully pur-
_ _ — ,        ^=^^——    form their duty, without fear oi
composed    of    gentlemen,   the[tul'nea ,n,° P1'0"
choice of the olectorate,   Wo are
,, ,,..     .,  . .. kussiu, in accordance with tlio
ure thai our  "City  Duds  are   ,
Juliiin  calendar,   is  celebrating
New Yours Dav
Central
Hotel
lie .-.in Bocuro you a job and
also iii you oul In
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Clothes, Shoos,
Hals, lite.
ON BAKER ST.. ONE DOOR WEST OP
HILL  St   CO.     Tho only plnco In town
a*   that nan niakt- lift; worth the living.
FOUND
am,   t Imt oan make lift: worth the 1
oie
E. H. SMALL, Manager
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ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor
♦    Marysville, B.C.    ♦
The leading Hotel of the Si,  Mary's Valley.
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished    Table as good   Wi
ii* any in Kootenay.
W GOOD   SAMPLE    ROOMS ffl
Patmore Bros.
Stoves, Ranges      Blower Piping
Furnaces      Sheet Metal Work
Enamelled Ware     Plumbing
The Hungarian  parliament hi
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menl connected with the ro ope ■    ,. .
Hanson  \
mi; ol  the  session,   and it.,' ses
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BRAYING
favor, and be just to Ihe besl in
terests of Cranbrook.
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Lei tho galled "Czar" wiuce
The newly elected city council
remain  unpledged   lo  part}   or
t'lii|ue.
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With  the approach ol spriujj.
there will be an influx of prospectors .mil  miners to this section.    The   fame   of   Southuasl
Kootenay Iiu*   untie  abroad    ■
mining  men who :>■ ep  n  i
with   iiu- diftereni
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should   take   advantage   ol  tin   Pianos, ivi uai d, the work n
changing . onditions
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The man who does noi boliev,
in a hell is about the firsl am,, io
reach the cyclone cellar when e
cloud come.s up.
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technique, phrasing ami
grading of studies,
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9 be made by the Board,  and  the 5     s ralng UiuhjuuIohs  tiro  t
♦ Provincial Government to foster   :  ■ lull;   nvitea. ;
-> and encourage the miniug indus ! s ii, m. burhow, Surlbo E.  5-
♦ -]\ <it tiie province. %»,»,..m,,,,,,,,,,,*,„„,„,,,,„.,,.i„.,„^
for imrtluiilui-tt upply to C. B. Hold ,a
I Co., The Ili'iiauiMa,.
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meet, lifts:   -ml Tuea-
cii   month   at  eight
rHANDLEY'S
LIVERY
TEAMS and DRIVERS
♦ We trust that  Ihe   Provincial] ANCIENT ORDER? FORESTERS
9 (.Tovornmeut will encourage r.t !
♦ way building in  Ehm   Kootemiy
9 by  grouting a substantial suhsi-
furnished for any point in the
district.
.ii st  \i:tii\ i'.h
Best In Quality
■Most Artistic In Design
Lowest In Price
Painters,   I'aperlianger.s  I  Decorators
Sign Painting a Specialty
dy towards the construction
,
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Ml l.'t'S   .'Nit   ANla    cni   Tl'HSU \
IN PATMCKK'S HALL
the  Kootenay Central  Railway | vi^itinje   bretiiern  uoicliull.v  Invited
during the present vear. °-'.*••   A- *••&>**J-
1 ' smiretary,  J. SIMS.
A livery man won iti make a
good politician for he would
have good stable qualities and
plenty of horse sense.
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N'.'iv Work .Mail,- to Moasiii-e
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iticians who are like leaky boats i      - —
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Y. LEBEL .V: t:t)„ May and <• ain.
Ultl timers predict an early
spring; was il because of the
new January full moon.-' or thai
wild geese are Hying north.
* » •
It is fortunate that the new
January moon is what the
weather prophets call a dry
moon, coming us it does during
the municipal election, an abtior-
1 inal thirst was engendered by
j Ihe torrid nature of the campaign
upon enthusiastic partisans.
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Solicitor, Etc.
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JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
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G. H. Thompson
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We have this week unloaded a ear of each kind
QUALITY THE VERY BEST PRICES THE VERY LOWEST
Special I'uick por Ton Lots, Call ami see us before
buying elsewhere.    We also carry a stock of
CARNEFa'S stock and foultry food
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£    Live Stock THE PROSPECTOR. CRANBROOK, H C, JANDABY 20,  1906
NOTICE.
Notloe 1b hereby iflven thai I intoud
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for lk-enoe to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a poat
planted ul the northeast corner of
Morrissey townsite, thence south one
mile followlni; the general trend of the
Elk Itiver, thenco west one mile,
thence north one mile, thence oast one
■lile to the point of commencement.
Kernio, B.C.. December «th, 1905.
.1. J. Cowdoray
51 Per J. H. Ferguson
notice.
Notice is heroby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner ot
l.niula and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
planted at the northoast corner uf
Morrissey townsite, thence west one
mile, thence north tint, mile, tlience
oast to the Klk Hiver. thence south
following the general trend uf the said
river to the point of commencement.
Pernio, B.C., December nth, 1906,
J. H. Seukler
51 Per J. II. Forguson
NOTICE.
Notice Is horoby given that t intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works tor liconce to prospect fur Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands! Boglnnlng ut a post
planted ut the southwest, corner of J,
H. Settklcr's claim and marked W. A.
Maclenan's northeast corner, thence
soulh one mile, thence west one mile,
thenco north one mile, thenco cast one
milo to the point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December 6th, 1905.
W. A. Macleiian
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice ie hereby glvon that I Intoud
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal antl Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a |iost
marked VV. A. Maclenan's northeast
corner, thence west one mile, thence
north ono mile, thonco east one mile,
thence south oue mile to the point of
commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December llth. 1905.
Helen Ferguson
51 Por J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby glvon that I will
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands anil Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning at a post
marked .1. B. Ferguson's northeast, corner (planted on the wost shore of tho
Klk Hiver one mile north of coal und
petroleum eluim N'o. 11174) thence south
one mile, thence w it one milo, theuce
north one mile, thence east one mile tu
point of commencement.
Fernie, B.C., December Hth, 1905.
51      - J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for liconce to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands beginning ut a post
marked R. A. Welsh's northwest corner, tlience east oue mile to tho Klk
River, thence north one milo following
tho bank of the Elk Hiver, thenco west
one mile, thence south ono mile to
point of commencement.
Foruie, B.C., December tttb, 1805,
J.E.Miller
51 Per J. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works lor licence to proB-
pect for Coal and Petroleum ou tho
following lands: Beginning ut it post,
marked H. A. Welsh's northwest corner, thonco wost one mile, thenco north
one mile, thenee east one milo, thence
south one milu to tlio point of eom-
moncoiuent.
Fernie, B.C., Decomkor Oth, 1905.
H. E. McKochnlo
61 Per al. B. Ferguson
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given lhat 1 intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands ami Works tor licence to pros-
perl, for Cittil and Petroleum on Ihe
following lands; Boglnnlng ut a post
marked It. E. MiiKeuhlno's northoiwt
corner, Ihenee eust one tulle to Elk
Rlvor, thence north one tulle following
Ihe bunk ol Ihe Slllil river, thence wesl
one mile, thence smith one utile, lo the
poinl of I'liuiiiii'tii'einciit,
Pernio, B.C., Doooirtlwr lltli, 1908,
W. Hurl, McKtirg
r,i ,l, ll. Forguson
NOTICE.
uuuu is hereby givon that I Intend
lu,tpply lit the Chief Ciiintitissliiiim- of
Lund* uiul Works for licence to prospect for Coul anil Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning ut u post
marked IL E. MoKeohnlo's northeast
corner, thence wost one tulle, thence
-. ,ri>i ...e mile, Ihenee east, one mile,
, ia- mile to point of com-
,   Di'Ci'lllberllth. 1905,
Goo, Macdonultl
Per.I. B. Forguson
-IOTICE
■    . hornliy glvon thut I will
-iu! I'hltif Commissioner of
a ii id Works for license to pros-
f,r Coal ami Petroleum on the
iwlng luii'ls:   Boglnnlng at u post
Idil .1. II. Furguson s nnriheitst. I'or-
, lh,nice ',, tin' wustono mile, thence
I,  , mill,, thence   to  the  west
_ if Elk Hiver following the snltl
r suuth to the point nf commonoo-
it.
irnie. B.C., llccinbor llth, 1903.
11. .1. Thome
51 Per .1. B. Ferguson
pool
full,'
nort
shor
rlv.
men
I'',
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby givon that I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for licence to prospect for Coal and Petroleum on the
following lands: Beginning ut u post
marked R. A Welsh's northwest corner (one mile west ol tbe Elk River),
thenee smith tine mile, thenee eust one
mile, thenee north one mile, tlience
west one mile to the point of commencement.
Fernie, ll.c, December6th, 1903.
H. A. Welsh
51 Per.I. B. Ferguson
•She Inspector
SATURDAY, -JAN- -"-J- 1901).
SAWMILL IS SOLD
-BJ Start the New Year ^
well by having your
PICTURE TAKEN
nt
rrest Photo Go.
Studio.
Baker St,
Cran l)rook, B.O.
NOTICE.
Notion is horoby ittvon that, ::„ days»ft,*
aiiitu. i Intend tn apply tn tin. Hun. Cblef 0 m-
nitssliHxar aal   I.mius ttntl Worka fair a, spfiRlat
lire,!,',- tn t-ut ,111,1 curry uwuy timber Irom Iln-
following deiorlbod lands in Must Kootonay
Dlstrlot, llritish Columbia: Conuuoiiolni- in u
post planted »t .1. Wirtti'a soutb-oast eorner
No. ll olalm; thenoe north nm ohains, thenco
oast 40 ohalns, thonoo souilt UtOohnius, theuce
west 40 ohalns to plnoo ul beginning,
umeal this 94tli tiiay of Nnvombor, 1905.
II. KICKSHAW.
Locator,
NOTICE.
Notice  la hereby Riven that. :tt) aluys inter
date. I intend to upply to the Hon, chiel Commissioner oi i.iiini-a it.a.i Works for a special
llcenoe tn c,,t and curry uwuy timber Iraitii ilia,
following ileacrilacd lumts In Buat Kootonay
Dlstrlot, Uritfsli Columbia:—Commonelng st a
post planted nl A. T. Collwell's southeast corner, tlience north Ita, chuins. tliance eaat 111
chalna. thence soulh ISO chains, thonoo weal 10
chains to place of bcitfnliing.
Dated this '.'lib day of November, I'.m.v
H. KERSHAW, J»„
Locator.
NOTICE.
N'nlicu is hereby givon Unit, :»> duya after
date, I Intend to apply to tin, Hon. Cblef Commissioner of Lrtiuls and Works for a special
licence to cut and curry uwuy timber from the
following described luuds In K.usl Koolcriny
Dlstrlot, British Columbia:—Commenoing nt u
post planted ut H, Kershaw's south-east earner
No. I licence, thenco tutrtli 1IW ehulns, tlience
eust 10 chains, thence south MO ehaius. thonoe
weat 411 chains to place of beginning,
Dated this 'illb day nl November, IMS.
.1. VVIHTH.
I.,'',1*01'.
NOTICt.
Notice is hereby glvon that, III, days ultcr
dull., 1 intend tn upply tn the Hun. i hier Com-
mlasloner nf [.anils und Works tor u speelnl
licence to cnl una! curry uwuy timber from the
following described hands in Kust Kootenay
District, British Columbia:— ('ommeneing ut u
posl planted at J. McNeil's uorth>wost corner,
thenee south 100 chuins. thence wost 10 chains.
tbenee north 160 ehulns, thenee east 40 ehulns
tn piuco of beginning.
Dated this 2llh day of November, 1005.
J. MARTEN,
Locator.
Moyie Lumber Company  Changes
Hands.
Word has reached Moyie that
the sawmill and vast timber
limits of the .Moyie Lumber Co.
have been sold to some Winnipeg
capitalists who are heavily
interested in tho lumbering
business. II. Cameron, manager
of the oompany, has been in
Winnipeg forsevoral days assisting in making the deal, and lie is
expected home the early part of
noxt week, probably Monday or
Tuesday, When he arrives the
full particulars of the deal will be
learned.
The Moyie Lumber company
was composed of men who live in
Fairbault, Minn., and Chicago.
Donald Grant, the railway
contractor, wns president of the
company. The mill is one of ihe
largest and liesl on the Crow's
Nest line, aud it is estimated
that the oompany own timber
belts sufficiently large to keep it
running for 20 years.
The intentions of the new concern lire not known, bul it is not
likely that the purchase would
have been made if they did not,
intend to operate the plant.
Later—Mr. Cameron returned this morning and said over
the telephone: "The mill has
been sold to J. D. McArthur of
Winnipeg and the papers have
been signed, a man will be here
in four or five days to look after
starting work. It is t he intention
of the new management to get
out 3,000.011(1 feet of logs on
Lamb Creek as quickly as
possible. "-Moyie Leader.
I
Before   Starting
On Vour .lonrnoy
Gail at Finches
Ami tiavo VOUK LCNCfi put up
All   Home   Made
Bread. Buns,  Cakes,   Pies,
Etc.
COOKED MEATS Ready for
Slicing.
Hanson, ftve.,  -   Granhrook
NOTICE.
Thut 1 Intend thirty dnya aiUir da to to
upply to tin* Cblof Commissioner of
Lands und Works for u Speolul Licence
to eul nnd curry awuy timlier from
the following described lunds:
Commonelng ut a post plunted on tho
BOttth side of Moyit- Crook one and
it hulf mllea up tho ureek from C. P. <*■
Hail wuy Bridge, tllQIlQu IW chuins
south, thonoo *«) ehains west, thoucelQO
cltultifl north, thonco 4<) chains oust to
plaoe of Iwginntng, containing 040
utu-oa,
Datod i.'7tli Docotnbor, 1005,
53 William Schmook
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NOTICK.
Notice fs liuroby (jlvcn that, ,10 duys after
date, t intend toapply to tho Hon ohiof Commissioner of Lands nutl Works fur n spodal
Uotmut; to cut und curry uwuy timber from tht'
following ik';-mill'ii lands in Kust Kootonuy
Ulatrlut. British Columblu: —Commouotng ut u
pom planted ut A. A. Ewln'H north-west corner,
thuueu south IH) chains, thence we.si 10 chains,
thenoe north niu chains, thenco husi 40 chains
to plaoe of beginning.
Dated thia -Mth day of November, 19U5.
,(. Mi'NKlt,,
Locator
NOTK 1,
Notice is heroby glvon that. SO duys utter
date. 1 intend toapply in the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
liconce to cut und carry away timber from the
following described lumts In Bust Kootonay
District, llritish Columbia:-Commencing at a
post planted at Jacob Nelson's north-west corner, thence south ItiO chains, theuce wost 10
chains, theuce north IM chains, thenee oust 10
chains to place of hegimiitn*,
DRted tills Wtb day of November, HMfi.
A. A. KWIN.
Locator.
NOTICt.
Notice is hereby given that. HO days after
date, 1 Intend to apply to the Hon. chiel Commissioner of Lands and Work.-, for a special
licence to cut and cany awuy timber from the
following donurlbud lauds in Kast Kootonay
District, llritish Columbia:   Commencing at a
post planted one-half milo west or tbe Nkook>
umeliuck Itiver. ou the tirsi creek un WCHt side
and close to tiie trail going up said creek,
ihenee south KHIchuhis, thence west to chains,
tbenee north W0 chuins, thence east in chains
to place of beginning.
Dated this IHI1) day (>[ November, l!Mtt
.IACOII N.OLSON,
Locator
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given lhat, ItO days il'ler
date, I intend toapply lo the Huh. Chief Coin-
inissioiiei of Lauds mill Works for a special
licence to cut and cany away timber f om llio
following doiorlboil IiiiiiIk in Bum   Kootonuy
District. Dill Mi Columbia: Commencing m n
pust planted at H Kershaw. Jr.'s south east
corner Nu- - lli't'iicc, thenee oitnl tu chains.
ihenee north I"" chutim, theuce west Id chains,
thenee south liW chains to plaee of beginning.
Dated this ■Mm day of November. IWh.
.1. WIRTH,
Locator.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby glvon that. IV) days after ditto
I Intend to apply to Iho Hon. (.'hler Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following donor.bod littitln in Kust Kootonuy
District. Drills!) Columbia: -Commencing ill a
post planted at Noi* Johnson's northwest corner No. 'i licence: theuce west in chains, thenn*
north IM) chains, thence easl in chains, tbODOl
south n:i> chains to place nf beglnulng
Dated this 31t.li day of November, r.Ki5.
• a A. Ti COLLWKLL. Lot r
READ.
Notice is horoby given that tWtliiya afterdate
I Intend toapply to the Hon. Clilof Commissioner ot Lands ami Worlu forn special licence
to cut find carry nwny timber from ihe follow*
lug described lands In Kast KnotOtlliy Dlstrlot,
British Coliiiiibbi:- Comnteiii lug nt a post
planted at II. Keisbaw, Jr.'s northeast corner
No. $ licence: thence west WJ chains, tlience
(forth HO chalni. thence easl Stl chains, tlience
untilh W chiilm t» the place of hegltilling
Dated tills unil Nnvombor, ItHHV
jj E. 11. SMALL. Lueatui
Keep Tooting Your Horn.
If you toot your little tooter
mid then lay aside your horn,
there's not a soul in ten short
clays will know that you were
born. The [ban who gathers
pumpkins is the man who plows
all day, and tlio man who keeps
a humping is the man who makes
it pay. The man who advertises
with short and sudden jerk is the
man who blames the editor because it doesn't work. Tho man
who pets the business has along
and steady pull, and keeps his
trade paper from year to year
quite full. He plaus his advertisements in a thoughtful, honest
way, and keeps forever ut it
until he makes it pay. He has
faith in all the future, can with,
stand a bankrupt shock, and like
a man of scripture, has his
business ou a rock.--Ex.
Items of Interest.
Infanta Maria Teresa, the
youngest sister of King Alfonso,
and Prince Ferdinand of Bavaria
were married at Mail rid, Friday,
with elaborate ceremonies and
in the presence of the entire
court and representatives of all
the other European courts. The
ceremony was highly imposing
and brilliant,
London- Parliament has been
dissolved, and the great issue-
will be tried at once by the electors of Groat Britain.
NOTICE.
Nohce Is hereby ulvcn that IU duy tlftor ililtC
wc the uti'lernlnnod, Intend to apply to iho
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Laud!- mul Worlts
(Of llSpeollll  License to cut and carry away
Timber from the following described hind* In
Southeast Kootenity district, Drltlsh Columbia;
Commencing fita post planted one tiutf mile
west of the Lund a Urcciteuridso timlier lease,
lietween the Kootonay and Skookum Chuoli
rivers, or about four miles from A. .1. Millers'
ranch at Sltimitum Chuck, thence east Ibchuiiis
thence south WO ehnlns, thenco wesl -Hi chuins
thonco north tflO chains to place of beginning,
containing tlio acres more or less.
V< Jensen, Locator
Dated Nov. S3rd, IBOft,
Commencing ut a post planted tit the northwest corner of 1*. JeilHOh timber license, thonco
eaat HI chuins.. thenco uorth tfiQ chains, thence
west HI chains, thence south 160 chains topbtOB
ot beginning, containing BiOacros more or loss,
I'. Person, Locator
Dated N'ov. )13rd, V.m. 7,
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that, 80days after date
wc the undersigned, intend to apply to the
chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a
special license to eut nml cany away timber
from tho following described lands in Southeast Kootonuy Districl. llritish Columbia.
,1. Kwin No, I.
Coininoucing at tt post plautod nt Hie south*
oast corner of P. Person's No. i limber license
on Cariboo creek, tlience south *l chains, Ltionce
west N) chains, thence north su ehains. thenee
oust 80 chains, to placa of beginning, contain*
ing I'll' acres more or less.
J. Kwin, Locator
Dated Nov. 24th, IttOfi.
,1. Kwin No. 1.
Commonelng at it post planted ai the soutb*
cast corner of.I. Kwin's No. I, Timber License.
thonee south 80 chuins, thenco west 80 chains,
theuce north 80 elm ins. i heuuo east 80 chuins to
place of beginning, containing 0-10 acres more
or less.
N. Johnson, Location
Dated Nov. 8llh, lOOfi. 63
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given that so days after dale
we the undersigned, intend to apply tho Hon.
Chief Commissioner Of Lands and Works for a
special license to cut mid carry awuy tlmbor
from tho following described lands .situate tu
Southoast Kootenay District, llritish Columbia
I*. Person No, l.
Commonelng at a post planted close to the
bank of skookum Chuck river, about where
Cariboo ereek runs into Skookum Chuck river,
thenoe south 40 ohains, thonee west 80 chains,
tiionce north 80 ehulns, tbenoo eust se chains,
thenco south-10 chains to place of beginning,
containing 040 acres more or less,
P. Person, Locator
Dated Nov.SHtii, loos,
P. Jensen No. I.
Commencing ut n post planted at the northwest OOrtier Of P. Person's .No. I limber license,
thenco wostSOchatiis, tlienoo south so chains,
theuce east su ehulns, thence north BO chains to
pluoe of beginning, containing Oio ueros more
or less.
P, Jensen, Locator
Dated Nov. ■Mill. IU0S,
P. Jenson No. *J.
Coinmonolngntn post planted at the north-
westooriiornl P. Jensen's No. I limbm license,
thenco west 80 chains, tlionoo south se ehaius.
thence oast 80 chains, thouco north 80 chains,
topaoo oi bogllining, containing um iieroti
more or less.
P, Jen-,
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a tor
Happy at Last
Uer Hrubud no loigfrgelt lnl»*lr»i«*d-
•Mftria TMlflen Bemedjr lured lllni.
Hit* l-ily ay*: " Vox th- tittx tm*.
:e 1 have t»tn in.irried I can
happy and eontsnt—my bus*
;iMiul i- rni-d Ol hll b»d habit
ni iiiinkiiii,.  fcvmlmonths I
.-£•> yOU ""I I"- » be- -Miii'ilc I
of your renifiiiy  at my «■
.(■mi, anrl uiihiral my inn   i
hand'* IcnowMit- t  cave tt
10 him in his tea ami food,
I then got .i full tr-»in<»ni \
and li-vr il ifjjiil-riy.     ll ll
..muWIul, .unil iafiiitil shITh ■
if Mly thank you lor lha Ll*".-«1
change it lias brought to my
borne,M
Frpp Pflrlranp »«cl nn m ptilet irlyltiir *"" f r,
gicc ratnayc particulars,testimonial
ami price scut iii plain sealed envelope,  Coi    I
rcspoiidcuc** sacredly eonndentlal, Address
Till',   SAMARIA   Itl-.MI'DY   C(l.    >U   Juiduir
Clutiuberi, joidau St., Toronto, Canada.
[i'or Sale by
C. K REIOtfeCO., DrugglstB
Dated NOV. Stth, I0M,
P. Person No. tl,
Commonelng ma post planted at iho noitli-
west corner of P. Jonson's No. J tlmbor license,
thenoe wost B0 chains, thence south se chains
thence east Kll rhallis, Ihenee lioj'lll BO chill tin to
place of beginning, containing oio acres more
or leas.
P. Person. Lo-ilter
Dated Nor. fUh, I0tt*>
P.Jonson No, :i,
Oomtnoneingut u post phiutod ul the north*'
wesl ner of P, PortOn's No. A limlwi Hconio
tlience west he ehulli-. ttlOllCO south SO chains
thonoo onsi bo ahiitns, thenee north Bo chains to
place of beginning, cotitolnlng mo acrea. more
or less.
c Jensen, Locator
Dated Nov.'Jtth lum, ..■:
SIMPLE
STRONG
Fhree & four Year Courses
iu Mining, Chemical, civil,
Mechanical nnd Kkctrlail
[inglncerlng.
Mlucrntogy and Geology,
Biology and Public Ilea It b.
write foi calendar to
The Secretin y,
School oi Mining,
DUlt
•lOOO New Booksf
I They Must Be w
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'  Call   and   Sec   Them f
Por ilniuili'il Information lirst'
class or tourist sleeper reservations apply to loenl itJirotit-s or
write
.1. S. CAKTElt, U P, A.,
Nolson, II. C.
SHORT LINE
BETWEEN
S'PAUL" CHICAGO
JOMAHA" CHICAGO
I KitoCilY" CHICAGO
Your attention   In called  to   the
Pluueer Limited" trains of tho "MU-
waukoc*& st Paul Railway," "The only
perfect trains in the world,"
You will lind it desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any point in
the Kant-en1. States or Canada, They
oonneot with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Agonta sell
tickets.
For further Information, pamphlets,
ete, usk any Ticket Agent or
K. U FORD, H. S, ROWIC,
Pass. Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
NOTICE.
Notice is horoby given that no daya rmtn dutu
I intend toapply to the OhlofCoiumlHBionor ol
huntlH und Win lis, Vlutorla. for a speolul
license to out uiul carry away timber from the
following UoBcrlboil lands sltuato northeast of
Kimberley In Southeast Kootenay District.
Coniuioiielng 81 ohalns north and 10 ohaiiiH
west ul tho noil Invest corner ot
Olin Staples timber license, thenee 10
chains tvost, thenee ni chains nortb. iheucc 120
chuins oa.it, theuce K) chalna south, thenco *wi
chains went, thonee 10 chains south to t>oiut ot
commencement.
Dnted '.uli January, 1000,
a     , c, m. i;ii'v,\i,i)s
C. E. REID & CO.,   I
phone 7*       The Druggists, f
l'1'UK DRUGS KINK STATIONERV
DISPENSING   OUR   SPECIALTY.
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FERNIE, B.C.
MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS ol EXTRA FINE
BEER f PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Kottlcd beer for family
use a specialty
Outside  Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
4 P. O. BOX 812     b
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Cosy and
iComForlable Rooms
Headquarters for
Mininft Men
Royal Hotel
Marysville, B.C. FRANK ANGERE, Manager
Tlio abovo hotol has been recently Greeted, and tumtiy furnish-
od throughout. Tho Bar is supplied with tho best, brands of
Liquors and Cigars.
NOTICE.
Noiloo itiliut'tfby iitlvoii thut 30 Uiiyn nftortlntc
1 tntutitl toupjilj' to thu Cliiut ComiiilHNlotiur ut
LuiuIh nntl Works. Vic to iiu, for 11 s'H.vinl
lluunco 'o "'iu and curry awuy timber on the
followlnt* ilosttrlbod lands nUuuui uorthuust of
KliuliLirli'V iu MoulhuHNi Kufltotluy District.
ComnionoluB atn iioni IW cbttlntj iiprtti unil
ignottultifi w«btof OlU StapluH nortliwoat cor
n«r, iliuiiL-u north wi chalttH, tljoima aiiMt hij
obnttis, tbuttro south BOchnttia, tliunca west wt
ohiiluh tu j.lm-u ot beffiutilug
Dntotlilth .liuiutiry. W<»),
•J 0. M.hlDW AKUS.
NOTICE.
Xotioc In hetobj glvou (hut thirty J*.vs atxar
'lilts I ititptid to apply to the Cblel CotnmtH-
hlotierof Litnds ant) Workn for periiiisKtoti tu
nut Mad carry timber from tlm following rio*
acrtbod Umls in Kasi Kooteuuy:
OommeitolriB •*■ a twal planted on Ihe north
boundary of Lauo'ii timber licence a|td about
twdnty uhnitia ennt of thu north west eoruer,
tlieiic'e nurtii eighty ohalns, thence t-'».ii olght)
chains, thonoe aouth eighty i-tnunx thence
»ett eighty ehaini to plaonof beginning,
H. H.Mi-VITTIK
January (Ui, IW6. t
e
Post Office
Store
The largest General Store in Marysville, when-miners
lean be supplied with anything the) wain at all times at
Cranbrook prices.
Groceries,  Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
NOTICE.
Noiloo I- horoby given thai titii iy ii»x« after
•Ulo l intend tu an-.il.,   in Ibo Chief Cominta-
-loiici of l.uiiiih unil WurliK for |ii'i'iiili-.toii   m
out and carry awuy tlmhsi from the following
ilOHOrlheri landi In Kail Kootonaj i
Oomnionotiig ut u poal iilnutcd, whore ih«
wml Ixiiindiiry Of  hoi   (ftRU croiaoi Miu iiurtb
i>nuiiiifii) ut i.ui fflU, Uroup i N'hioioen ohfllns
from tlio north weat uomoi ot hot iwi, thonee
nortli itlgltt) chalna moruur loan tn tho loutlt
ik of Klk rlvor. llioni'i'WOiteili
NORTH   STAR       J
a^^ HOTEL S
Kimberley,   B. C.
#   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.     _— _ . j
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January Mil. I*» !   Ijj
moticb. I 31   Marysville,   B.C.   *?-
N„ll,r Is li,.|,.|iy Klvtni Ullll, lliiuyiliiy nil.r   (X ,.,.
iiiihiiim ui n|,|.iy io ii,,. oiimi ciiiuinia '<* I no largosl  mul  bosl aqulppeo hotel in tin- St. Marys
alonur ul LftllilHuiul Winks lur iii-imlaaloii to  *t    v'llllny
mil mul nnry uwuy tlmbor from tlio fatldwlilK ! §
.ll'Sfrllit'il IiiiiiIk III KlIBt KdOIOIIIty, ^kilNIt**^*1
"JOMMODIOUS SAMPLE BOOMS,
l/<-w „_
SILENT 0masBitimm.Snm
Purohase   l'rioe  $3.00 a Month1
AHowiuioo Made For Old Maohino
Arnold & Roberts
Com iiulng ul n (kmi |)htntod ai the loutlt
ttflsi nnrnui ol Noi <i.vin. tlicuuu son Ui rorly*Dva
nhiiiiiH moruor Iohh to ihu nortli west earlier
oi 1,1.1 itM, ihuncu ubkl om.' liundrcfl
and twoiuy His I'lmiiir. moro ui Iuhh tutho nortu
eimtcornel of Lot rlftrt, thence 'tli tiiiuy IU*
••It a i it-, to tin- mm Hi uiiHi corner uf LotiiMV.
Thonco weat olght) cIuiIiin lo llio nouth wmi
eornu'r of hot tm ilici north bind idinjnn to
the south tji.ht. t-tu ii'T oi i,oi DAtO, thuue* weit
rort>.fivi'i'liititif imd I'Ulny -0g\n iiuki mul-«
oi Ittth io plnoo of hvgliiiillig.
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| LOCAL NEWS. j
*i*UUUm^UiiAHtUriit*f'rfHMUffUm4Utlii'v
(;. T. MoGrogor of Marysville
he city Thursday,
Beale   was  at   Moyie
Monday ou business.
£'    .1. Shaw Parker of Kurt Steele
Of    TJs  £111(1     21was a Cranbrook visitor Tuesday ''
When you gel a (rood old*
raahloned Qeaducho tbat makes
.vour hand throb; and your oyos
whirl and makoa .vou Blok to
youi' •Uinimi.h tv\
Dr. Scott's
Headache   Powders
Headquarters lor
FRESH FRUITS
NITS and CHOICE   'Jj.
CONFECTIONERY
ice Cream and Soft Drinks f
Also Tobaooo, Pipoti
nml Cigars
|THE  CANADIAN   BANK
OF   COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital. $10,000,000       Reserve Mind, $4,500,000
Mrs .1.  Prlngle  ol  Spokane
H3V6 It MdrKsd i'    —--i.,.uvi	
no  chance
Tou will take
irge then you will take
i  losing  it.
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OF US
GZ*L
Mrs. .1.   Heath,  Creston,  was
in town Monday,
K.   VV.   Kolsull ul  VVattsburg
*a\\ was in the city Thursday
.1 i.' Carruthers ot Nelson
wu.„ registered al the Cranbrook
Friday _
9 I-, ti, Knights ol Vancouvei
9 was u «ui'st at tha Cranbrook
ye Sundayjlasi
Jjr J. Uiiria, Bayard, was regis-
9 tered al the Cosmopolitan  Mon
They oan't hurl you and they
ln|i uny headache.
One Dozen In a Hox 25c.
Beattie & Atchison
Where It Pays to Deal.
-♦ PETE S ♦■-
BARBER SHOP '.
Baker St.    Cranbrook   '•'*
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B E  WALKER, General Manager.     ALEX. LAIRD, Aast. Gen'l Mannger
,.
NOTICE.
\otire la horoby glvou that i will apply to tho
t*hi.-ft'iii»inis,i.iti.i ..f UhtlKauO Worka bra
special llcoueo ta pnwpeei tor Coal and I'otro-
lotitn hii iho followinit tloaorlboil land situate
tn iiin District ol South iinsi Kootonay
Coinmnni ni« 160 chain* uorth aud in ebalna
,.,■•,.,.' n |H»t planted 16.00 chalna wont uf tho
croailutt of thu uorth fork or Mlohol croolt by
one ol thu northern bouudnrlw ot Lot *5W,
Uroup i. ihtMit'o wwii DOohalua, thonoe south *'
liuiini  tln'iiri'>'.iii ".I rlutiiis. 11)6000  nortli  HO
i halun to ti«- place ot beginning,
■ur i im. mth day ol December, 1906,
)l v Thomnion per
C M Bdwarda, Agenti
Has opened the to si il op li
Cranbrook   tin      u*auti oa
Mttlsf&oUoU      ill      **!kII iilt;.
llatpi  iitlno
NOTICE.
< la hereby given thai i will apply to thi
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING RATES:
iWS uiul under      ,'l oolite
Ovor W mul not oxcoadlng $10    li conta
•• wo    "        "      *:in  in, is
"   $30      " "       AM    15 cents
Iheio Ordure ur<> Payable nt Par at any offliw ia Canada of a Chartorud Bunk
.Yukon excepted., mul m. tho principal banking points in the United stiitea
NKOOTIADLE AT A FIXED RATE AT
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENQ.
Thuy form an exoollout  method of remitting small sums ot monoy with
anfoty and at small coat.
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9  BOOST  * !
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t   FOR    CRANBROOK
 in,1 i „i i.:,ii,u jiii.i Works fur " i !■¥
III  I J... I  tot Colli   uiul   I'rlniloillll ! ,t.
■ FolloH,,.« .1,'
Ml lands altintto in I T
Next   door   to   .V   i'   Uuwilt'tls    ■■■   iNirlcio[South Ks»tKoolensy. I
J"     ' mi Criiubrool, Strei i
Ml P   1!   Wallace of Vancouver ^ftiSS"*'       P. I. Leithauser
X was in the city during  the early
9 pari .i: this week.
4jr Mrs   0    S    Seotl arrived in
Hi ,kii,l '.a.' I'liiitus
„ !a   ul , (SHI |.l„iil,.l ICOO fliHIIIa   ,v„at „r tllt' j IS
cp,,      ...   nu.: It.   ii.'iil, Mik „i Mlohol i-icL.lt lly   1,
Send  Your  Friends a
Souvenir of Cranbrook
We Have a Large Assortment In
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. . i chullts lo tht] place ol In•.ttinllu
M    .\hl ii  oi  Wilmer was a town ""  Ml,Ili-*.v  from Alberta    U)ltfiuyd iUm ,„,„ Amf
luiarlesot uf mi iw»,
1 chains, ihoooe woat au
oust in
Kuest    al
Thursdav
Cosmopolitan :'"'' t;* >,*i>iMi-r •*' the Canadian
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N    Hanson
  A  K  Uniiiaui W'attsburg hiis
M  YoungofRed  Deer, Albt.,  beou appointed a Justice ol the
was '.a tbe city for several  >i.n > Peace In and for iln- province of
■li tmlamtmimtLmtmlmtatim
pi n *™~"i r
BVid
t   \V;i»!i    «;l>   ill
iv nu importaut
1 Beale & Elwell I
HAVE FOR SALE
BUSINESS 10T
ON llIEIl STKEET
I See then for Price and Terms
Baker. St. Cranbrook, B.C.
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British Columbia.
llovernmonl Agenl Armstrong
and Assessor A. C Nelson were
it Pernie Wednesday holding <i
court of revision.
M McNully ol
j:wa.^ ,i guest at ii
•{• j Monday
Vancouver
Cranbrook
A meeting uf those interested
n   forming   a brass band   will
  meet in the Council Chamber on
Mr and Mrs  VV. A   Lovely of Tuesday evening of next week.
Bayard were registered at the! 	
Cosmopolitan Monday. V. E. Watt of Wattsbnrg was
  at Cranbrook Thursday.    In the
Malcolm Molnnes and son of afternoon he went to  Pernie on
Elkmouth  were  in the city Fri- business.
  A  regular   monthly    meeting
The balance sheet of the City of of Cranbrook Lodge, A.P. St A.
Cianbrook for the past six weeks M.. was held In Masonic Hull on
I makes n very creditable showing Thursday evening.    There was
  n large attendance.
K. Benedict and  F,   Robinson . "~
were Cranbrook visitors for sev- i    A meeting of the congregation
era! days this week, i "' ,ilH Knox Church is failed for
 _' ion   Tuesday    evoning   next  al
W. S. Lucky of Montreal  was | s "'clock,
a gue.st at the  (.'ranbrook  Tiles-1 ~"	
day. Ice twenty-four inches  thick
! is being cut by Lester Clapp of
VV. B, (Intnl. K. I!. McDonald,
ami VV. M. Walker, all of Nelson
were registered al the Cranhrook
Wednesday.
the Wentworth, from  Ihe Water
Work pond,
Quebec Legislature.
Re
Diiu'l. put  oil  until  tomorrow i
the ud that could be written  to-     Quebec, Jan. IH.-The Quebec
day, for you may have the head-1 legislature was opened this after-
ache, jnoun hy his   honor   lieulenant
Doo'l   forget  that  the purest, governor Jette,
uiul best candies in   lown   are
made fresh   every   day   at the
Candy Howl on Armstrong Ave.
THE GREAT
SIAI6HTER SALE
Is still going on and will
continue until our immense Stock has been
cleared out.
ot Oocombor, IWB.
UWiUmlit Khvoll por
v. M ttdwartls, Agent
NOTICK.
N'niico Ih horoby Riven tlmt [ will upply to
iltQOhtori'oiuinlasUtiU'r o( Lunils and Works
.or n lit: hit to proitputH tor Cool and Potro-
louin over iho folluwlnu doaoribod lutid sltunto
in iho district ot South Kust ICootoimy:
CuutuieilCinK till)fhiltim nortli hihI 15 rluiins
wpm nr» post plnntctl lfl.iiflohiilna weat ut tho
iTOHsIng ot tho uorth forlt or Michel ereoif by
one o[ tin- northern boundaries ot Lot WW,
i; roup i, tbence north so ultaliis, thenoe weat HO
1'huin.s, thence south 811 chiiius, thonoo oust w.i
■ hulns if the plnee of beginning.
i.tuuU'il this ism day ot Ueeombor, iwis.
.\l. A, Ilcnlo por
■■'•> (', M. Edwards, Agent
NOTICE.
Notice i.s horoby giveu thut 1 will upply to
the Chief Coinuilsslonorot Lands and Works
tor a liconoo to prospect for coal and Petroleum ovor tho following describod bind situate
hi Hit; District of South Kust Kootonuy:
Coirtineuoing 100 chuins north and (W chalna
wc«t of a post planted Ul.66chaliw west oi the
crossing of tho north forh of Michel crook by
one ot the northern boundaries of Lot 1588,
Group I, thonco couth 80 chains, thonee went ho
chains, thonco north 80 olialun, thence eust 80
chains to the pluco ot boglnnlng,
Located tills itith day ot December. lWft.
Agnos Elwell pur
53 c. M. Bdwfcrdx, Agent
;: Spoons,  Belt Buckles,  Brooch-
fes,   Hat   Pitis,   Stick   Pins,   Etc. |
. F. Tate & son
Jewelers   and   Opticians,
!■] Ofltutal Wuti'li tnspootors C.P.R, Crow's Neat IJusa Division
Simonds   Saws
Black Prince Axes
Decking Chains
Wedges % Hammers
Everything tor the Loo Gamps
NOTICE.
Notlco Is horoby glvon that I will apply to tho
Chief Comujleslonor oi Lands rind Works for h
liconoo to pronpoct for Coal mul 1'iuroii'um
over the following doaoribod land situate in
tin District of South Kust Kootonuy:
Cointuouclng 100 chains north ami GO chalnt
west ot u post planted IB.fW chains west ot the
orosfclngol the north fork of Michel creek by
Mm- of the northern iioumlttrioH of Lot ibnn,
iii'tnip i. thouoe aouth ho chuins, theuce eust iw
chains, thonee north b0 ohalns. thouoo weat w*
chuiuB to tiit* pluce of beginning.
Lucatod thih isiu duy oi December, W05.
Edward Elwell per
IW C. M. Edwards, Agent
Mrs. Sopor, Movie, Wm.
Carlin, Fort Steele, H. Wright,
Vancouver, J. .J. Murphy, Moyie
,1. A. McDonald. Nelson und P.
Corrlgan Moyie, were registered
ai the Cranbrook Monday.
VV in. McKeussie, of RobhisouA
McKenzie,  returned    Irom   the
Nortli Wont this  week,  and  re
ports   tine   woathor  and   j;ood
prospects for tiie coming season!
ami a great demand  Tor  lumber!
is looked for,
The remaining portion ol thei
Meat back.-, for kno.x Church have !
arrived and adds much to the j
appearance of the iuterlor of the
c] urch us well as the comfort of
'i n ntmirregation,
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given thut 1 will apply io
NOTICE. I the Chief Commissioner of Lauda und Works
Thut l lutond UOdayBttftor duto to upply to I for u lleeuoo toproapootforCoalnnd Peiroieum
the Chief Commlsslonor of Unds and Works over tho following described lands situute iu
for permission to cut and curry uwuy timber the District of Suuth Enii Kootenay:
from the following described land situated two     Commeuolng 400 chains north and flo chuins
milt's above c.l'. Hallway  bridge on Moyie wont of a post planted 16,8fl chains wesl 0t the
rlvor and oommenolng ut a post plumed on  crossing of tho north fork of Michel creek by
noi Hi cast corner, tlience <V) chains   south, [ouii of the northern boundaries of Lot-IMS,
thenco U0 ohalns west, thonco 80 ohulns north,  Oroup i thenco north 80 ohains, thonoo weit w
thenoe 80 chains easl to plnee of beglmitug,        cIiuIub, thonco south 80 chains, thonoe east 80
Located ^'itii day ot Docomber, 1903, I chains to tbo place of beginning,
lt> David Irvine Millar      j   Located this 18th day ol December, won
X
| J. D. McBride |
f CRANBROOK, B.C. f
LINCOLNSHINE
Green   Peas
•••	
Cheaper Than Canned Peas
and Just As Good
»♦.
"♦«
h^
M
Wlllhim West. Agoui
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Ituildcr
Good Work ul
Konsonablo Price
John (.'liolilltcli |icr
0, ,M. Kilvviirds, AKdilt
All   Must   Go
Hill &, Co
The Acknowledged Leaders in
Ladies' and Men's rurni§iiiiipjgS
GEO. R. UflSK * C0.ia STEWARTS a
NOTICE.
Th.it I Intunil in apply lo Dm
sinner ol Lands nnd Works ir
cut    it ml   fiiny    mini     tun
Ruv.O.W, Denti who preaches | Office and Workshop  Lewis St
mi ihe Mi'lhodisi Churjoh next
s.niiiav  is spoken of as otic of
the strongest pruaohers in B. C.
lit! speni three years In Calgary
mid was ai one time president of
Manitoba Conferonuo,     IW is u
forceful speaker aud also pleas*
hi.'    His talk ou Monday oven-
In/a  in  Ihu gyranasiuui upening
taken from railroad life nml is
pokeu   '<f.      All
ir Iii in speak.
inniin
purmlsslon t«
or ut ;
rolmtvlnndiwerlbeil hind
j/O't .'tt tho Houth oust oornor,  nnd jolnli
David IrvlnoMlllar'H limit so. i on tin- tion
llllllll' llllllll no OlllllllH, liioili'i' WOHl   Ni  Ulllllll
thenco south HO ehulns, thonee oinl Motmlns
pliiinot iiiyiiuiinii.
Loonttnl '.'Hili du> of Docomber, lOWi.
My I ni vid Irvine Millar
vi William Wont, Airent
NOTICE.
N'otlco Is horoby givon Lhut l will upply to
the Ohiof Commlsslonor of Luuds mut Works
for a llcouoo to proNpcot for Coal and retro-1
tan mover tho rollotvlng doscrlbod luuds situ* |
alt in the District Ol South KtMt ICOOt«llll>:
C'ommonulni' iini chains nortli und r»u ihaitiN |
woHiof a poHtplunteil 10,ntlohalns west uf the
I crw«lii|*of the north fori* or Mlohol ereolt by I
i oue ul tlio northern boundurlus or Lot xm,
I Uioup l, thonee north HOohnliiR, thenco cast M' ■
\ rh.iln*. ihenee south nu oIiaIiih, thonco west in I
| Hulas to tho place ol Ik'hIiiiiIiik.
|   Located this iRth duy id Doeoutbur. ihom.
Maluolm Mclnnos por
j    . : C. M   I'.dwiirdh. Aj-oill    |
I	
NOTICE.
Take notice Hint thirty days after date I III-
ti'iui to apply io thu ciiiot CoinmlHSlonor of
Lnmls nml Works for pormlsslou to mi und
miry uwuy timber from tho following de-
mrlbod In mis In South Kiwt Kootonay i
uommciielng ul tho north wost eorner ol K. K.
llnrvey's llecnoo, tlioueuhoulhoiie milo, thonco
wi-»t ono mile, thonco north one mile. Ibenoe
ohhI one milo to place ur hofflnnliitr
patod Nov, ttfltli, ISOfi,
;,.j A, H. Ponwlok, Lw'iitor
The Illinois Central
Tha Leading Stun
BUILDERS
AND
CONTRACTORS
Choice Confectionery
Fresh Nuts
Malaga Grapes
Plans, Specifications
unci Estimates'
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION
MaintaliiH unoxcollod Borvluo fpom
j tho weBt tu tint oiiHt und south. Mukinj-
oIoho coniiuctiotiH with tfulnn nl nil
triuiKronliiM'iitHl liiii'n, piirtsuiiscrft uru
(Civon tholr oliolco of rotiloa u> (Ihiougo I
! Loulsvlllo, MomphlH and Noiv OrloaiiB, i
iiiul thrniigh tlioHo points to tho fur o«Bt
Pi*o8])otillvo travolorB (U'slrlnif Infoi*-
Ki *     _ i iiiiitinn uu to tlm lowonl 1'iit-tw ii ml  lii-Ht '
Iayel Oranges, tigs!. **.*» mm .0co,to»Po,.,io,iuoI
Bananas, Etc     ,!"""""" '"- " '
B.C, Apples and Pears
.1. O. LINUSIBY, T. K & i',\.
NOTICE.
Tiiko notice that thirty days altor duto I in-
Lend to appl) to the Chief Cotomlmdoner of
Landi mul nml Works for permission to otil
nti< onrryn*ny timber from >ii*> followlni* do-
scribi'il lands hi South iraat Kootonay;
CiimiiMielnKUtn post planted nt the Intersil'um ur llio Western boundary of Lot, «o:w
snd iiorihori) houmlary of Lot 608ft, thenoe
ton hi 1'iniii.v olmliis, thonoo wost olghty ehaina
ilii'ini! hutiih olithty ohulns, theueo unat olirhty
ciniiiis mplncoof liDKliniltiff,
Hutuil N'li-'i'iiihoi'Mlli, IIWB,
,,,, A. li. I'onwioii, Locator
NOTICE.
leu that thirty dnyunflor date I In-
'' tund in upplv io "h- Chief Commliislonor of
, LnndHtiiiil Woi'lts lor pormiHsinu to out and
enrry uwny tlmbor from tlio following ttonorlt)-
\i. ][. TRUMHULh, OonillJCrulul Aycni   nliumMn South Kitut Kootenay:
US Third St., Pftrtlund, Oroirbn.'   niminenrlnic.*tft|H*1 planted on thowoitorn
n.ltnv o( Loi ISOJW, nun tnllo north or Lot
iiifin'O hot'ili "ii'btv ehulns, thence west
ii\ dirt Ills,   tlli'i    ""uth   cfiHiijr ehtiim,
-, .*   m« «. s« fT,f/,M     i',,,n,,r. -..« W6 i niru nt., ruruiiim. uruifon     ■■"'' ...     ,   ,
All   kinds   of   building   material      HUGH STEWART       ,..,.,. Thompson,V.*.'.A.,tu  "•;ZX:^ZZ.im,.
constantly on hand. Phone 75       flnnstrono, ftve. coiuiunBiag„8ii*tu<i, w»»u, M au,i.«.iru»i«
143 Third St., Poi'tliinil, Oroion ''!"'
One package is equal
to two tins and the
price  per  packet   is
Only  Ten  Cents
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCKERY,
W'«aWi%lHl^»H^!»il*|i>(i«
New Curtains
and Cwrtainings 1
We have just Placed in Stock
some very pretty curtains in
Tapestry, Chenille and Lace, also Madras
| Muslin and Bobbinett Curtainings.
* ROLLER   BLINDS
Brass and Oak curtain poles with trimmings
to match.
REID St CO.
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